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Welcome to episode one hundred and thirty two of the General PODCASTS, my guess is week or Jimmy Connors and his son Brett together. They host the advantage Connors podcast and I am pumped to how both of them sitting together and taking a break from. There's in order to do mine this week. Jimmy of course absolute legend. He won eight grand. Slam titles he. He also held the world number one spot for a total of two hundred and sixty eight weeks. He's still has the record for most open era tournament wins ever. Jimmy's got stories for days and Brent ads, the perfect color and perspective as somebody who grew up all around it, so let's get this thing started episode. One hundred and thirty two is coming at you right now. Jimmy bread is so good to have both on the podcast. Jimmy let me start with you. It's been a little while since you got caught up, but you and Brett have busted out with your own podcast. It's called advantage connors. Jimmy at this point in your life. You can do whatever the hell you want. Why did you want to jump into this space? And what are you looking to do with your platform? Jimmy Yeah you know Jimmy. Yeah. Thanks for bringing that up. I, it's I. I've always you know. Kinda wanted to do something and on the radio or You know to to have a voice and talk about tennis and a lot of a lot of. Things that go on over the course of not only my day, but everybody's Day and And bread and I were sitting around I. I guess a bread. Correct me if I'm wrong I think it was during the Australian Open and all of a sudden. He says you know. Why don't we sit down and talk a little bit about you know gambling and which is starting to come into tennis now a little bit and start. Start talking about the Australian, open and the odds. And who do you think's GonNa win? Who's the dark horse? And you know so? We we kind of sat down and talked about it and filmed it a little bit, and and you know came up with You know a pretty good project so You know it's fun. It's fun for me, but To do, but it's more funding. I get to do it with Brad. and. He's on his own down in San in Santa Monica and and you know I don't get to see him as much as I'd like. And this is kind of it brought us together a little bit more and You know so I can see him, and and also you know. Hear his views because you know his time around tennis with you know. His businesses in production and and for tennis and. He watches more tennis than anybody, so he kind of keeps me up the day. When I'm falling behind Brent let me just jump in Brennan. Got Ask you because I want to know what it was like not only growing up with Jimmy Connors. Your Dad but. Your Godfather, because it sounds cool shit, was it? Oh Yeah. I mean definitely cool, you know. I think everybody knows. Those guys are all their antics on the court. And then the personality and the bad boy stuff, but you know to me growing up, he was just dad. He's just just my pops, and that was just uncle nasty. You know I didn't even question why you know. His name was uncle. Nasty I was a little bit older. but yeah man. It's just It was great. I had a privileged childhood growing up around all those guys able to travel the a part of the tour. And have that during my upbringing I think you know it's benefited me and my career, doing stuff and tennis production and you know able to do this with POPs it's been really cool. Just because you know. He's got the the old school on lockdown. And you know he knows all the old players, and the old styles and everything, and and I'm able to kind of. Bring the bring the new school in a little bit of what's going on today and I think it's a good mix. Let's not love this Jimmy. I want I don't want this. Don Loses point because I think that when you what you said about Brad I, get this because I've got a couple of teenage sons right now and I literally can't wait until they're old enough for me to throw back a couple with them because I. Know It's going to be a great time now. The bread is a little bit older. What's it like to hang with him and then to collaborate on a project like this with your son? Hang on. I'm learning things you know I'm I've been kind of away for a while. Jim, and and you know to to get back into it and. You know get the feel of You know really a ten, not not only just tennis, but you know the way things really are and and I I've kind of kept mostly to myself over the last number of years and and have enjoyed that, but you know hanging with Brat and you know I. I'm not afraid to say it. Brett's forty, and you know time of. Hey, that's okay, you know. Time has passed. Quickly and For me I look back and You know I was traveling awful lot while he was growing up, and even though my family was able to come with me quite a bit I certainly did miss a little bit along the way and and So you know catching up and and figuring a lot of things out you know from now from then till now has been great, but you know Brett is He's modern. Day and in in more things than just tennis, and and You know to to sit down and into talk with him, and and to get his views and you know, get a different perspective in a in a different understanding of you know the way things are, and so as you know, it's good for me because he keeps me up to date and you. You know keeps my mind sharp, and you know with being under quarantine. That's a that's been an important thing to try to find a way to keep busy, and he certainly has kept me busy. You know bread I can I can just tell the affinity in the love and the respect that you guys have each other. It's very obvious like Brett one of my favorite topics is this? Notion of nature versus nurture like you said you had kind of privileged upbringing pops came up gritty e Saint Louis. I'm Kinda curious like your dad. Jimmy was running on some crazy rocket fuel his whole career like. If you could bottle that stuff, it'd be the best thing ever. Jimmy was so fierce. I'm kind of curious. Do you think that's nature or nurture for instance? When you came out, you hard wired the same way. How much of that bread is environment and culture like? Do you have that same fire on your good that he did? Yeah I mean I definitely think I have some of it in me I'm super competitive with anything I do I. Mean I grew up playing off and some tennis when I was younger. But I, I think I'd have to say. Maybe it's a little more I. Don't you know what I mean? I think as being around him and. Absorbing, you know his way of attacking things and looking at things and the way you know how hard he worked and hardly practiced. Train with them when you know when he was in the off season I go run these hills with them when I was, you know nine ten eleven years old, making halfway up the hill, and he just keeps going leaves it does. You know I think it's a little bit of both, but you know I think I picked up a lot of it just from being around him, so much traveled a lot with them probably a lot more than most kids, my age or able to, and you know I think some of definitely rubbed off. Jimi you of course one hundred nine ATP events eight Grand Slams you a top ranked player in the world, but you've been really clear about this that the best weeks of your entire career involved a tournament that you didn't win. Of course that was ninety one US Open for those who do not know or remember the extraordinary circumstances Jimmy of those two weeks. Why were the most memorable of your career? I think most of the one thing that that really stands out from those two weeks. Jim is is is the noise that the crowd made? and and that's that's what I. wanted my whole career that the fans would. Would get into it like that like a hockey game or a baseball game or a football game or a basketball game, and just you know really really lose it, and and and get involved and feel like they were down there playing and you know I I played for over twenty years on the tour, and and even though I was striving to to to try to get that throughout the course of those years, I never really figured that I had found it in until those two weeks because the noise there was deafening. And you know whether they. Liked me they didn't like me. They wanted me to retire. They wanted me to stay around. The idea was that they were there and that they were they. They could identify with a guy that that truly loved what he did, and had the passion for it. Every time he walked out on the court in was not afraid to show that. and and that I think that caught on to the point where you know after after so many years that. Of leaving my DNA out on that court and and you know and you. Mind with that JAM is in New York you leave your DNA there. They like that you know Wimbledon. They ask you to clean it up. Yeah you know, and but the New York crowd in what they gave me and and the. The the noise and the feeling of of of of welcome that that they had given me because I had missed it the year before I had reconstructive surgery and didn't know if I was GONNA play. ever play tennis again and and the welcome that they gave me back and then the the way they got behind me and pushed me. Because let's face it. I mean I should have been out in the first round. You know if if it wasn't for that crowd, and and you know all along the way you know. They pushed me in the harder. They pushed me. The more I wanted to play for them, so it was. It was beyond a perfect match. You know throughout the course of my career, but those two weeks was. You know was perfection or speaking of the surgery Jimmy. You may remember this. I'm sure you do breath. I don't know if you know this story, but I think as somebody in the media business bread I think maybe you'll related this on the way up when I was I was in Santa Barbara because I went to UC Santa Barbara and Jimmy. I'm sure that's not who I was because I was a young reporter on. On the way up, but we actually had a mutual friend. If you can believe this, and that mutual friend was a guy named Dr Rich Shamburg and he was the one that did the surgery on Jimmy's wrist, and the reason I knew him was I knew another guy named Kim Olson, did I used to play tennis with because I played tennis in high school in the Valley Brett, so we used to go to. Some of the mansions in Montecito, because my Guy Olson owned insurance company, and he tried to hustle business, so we would get on these courts with these rich guys as you guys know. Sports is the great equalizer, right? These rich guys sucked and none of them can play a lick. We used to tank all these matches, Jimmy so, my guy could get business, but he would never get any business and we'd get our asses kicked on. Like what are we doing here? It's the biggest waste of time and Mike I would say to me. Hey Man shut your mouth. We'll go to Harrys Plaza cafe. We'll get a couple of bloodies all pay for it. And this went on and on and on, and we never got anywhere. Point of the story is the DOC says to me one day, guys. He says Jim you know I did. Jimmy Surgery Doc. He's kind of laid back and quiet on. Michael you kidding you did this was because there was no social media. This wasn't news and Jimmy. You're very private and I said. That's amazing. He says to me. Would you like to interview him on Mike Yeah Yeah? That'd be great. You think he would do it. He was I think he would meet us at Santa Barbara City. City College on the track. He's working Jimmy's wargin. So we did the interview. I mean like fun fact, my goal with this nowhere other than to say Jimmy. That's how you and I met initially, but that was he did your surgery. HOW THE DOC! The DOC said you'll one point Jim. I I need to have a conversation with you. What was the conversation with DOC Sheinberg? Yeah I mean you you. You mentioned that storage I remember that story well and and You know going You know after I. Did that I I've been through a year of just nothing and I couldn't play. My wrist was bad. I would sporadically go out and try to play a tournament and. You Know I. Just you know I wasn't myself so if I, wasn't myself. I didn't really WANNA play. As I, wouldn't try to an event in Europe and and got hammered and got on a plane and came back and I. I remember calling doc and I said Jesus doc I, said you know just just not working out. He says he says you're you're you're back home and I said Yeah. I'm back home. He says you're seeing me tomorrow at nine o'clock. And I said doc I just got home. He says you're finished. If you don't come in you, you. You can't play. I said you're not you're you don't want to go play like that. You're not you're yourself. You're not playing up your own expectations. So, I went in and and and he went in and I went in to see him. He went in my wrist and You know tried to find out what was wrong and and I. I was awake while it well. The whole thing went on. Jim I mean it was an incredible thing and. Talking to him, and and after after about an hour and twenty five minutes, he says I got a close up now. You can't you can't your I'm can't be like this for any longer. He closed up and he and I. I'll never forget the words he said. He says it says either GONNA. GonNa work for for the rest of your life, or you'll be done in five minutes. And, you know that's that was a little. Little heavy. Yeah, yeah, and you know, but it was right so I, mean I. I went home and and was depressed You know it was down. I mean every everybody else out training and playing tennis and you know which was my job, which is what I wanted to do and you know so. I really didn't You know didn't figure out anything for for weeks. and. Until until dot dot finally knocked on my door because I know he'd been talking to my wife, Patti, and and just you came in, and he says this is unacceptable. You says get up, get out, and he says because at this works I'm not going to you know. Go in and take a chance on. You know doing all this having to be successful and you'd be out of shape. So you know I got up and you know. We went over and he started training with me. and. Got Me up every day and and you know work the into it, and you know the more, the more I did it. The better shape I got into the more. My mind got right and until. He finally you know, told me after I. Think it was like eight or nine weeks. He says he says I'm. GonNa Change Your cast and he says I want you to go hit on a backboard. You know or have or have bret an Aubrey. Throw your balls like you know. When when I first began as a beginner, and and and that's the way I got back into. It it was. It was an incredible experience. I mean do what I want to go through it again. No 'cause I waste of the year and everything else that that I had to go through to do that, but the the experience to get me through there, I knew then just how precious that time was. You know that to give up a year especially at that age I was in my late thirties thirty eight something like that then to have to give up a year then. You know was. Was A was a total waste and and and to be able to go out and play again I. I was not going to let that go by if if I was able to play and and From the very first day, the I'll be out there. I said my mind got straight, and I had one goal, and that goal was that if I could go play was to to to make a make some moisture, some noise at the US Open and you know. I played the French had some success played Wimbledon success, but you know once I got to the US Open. I felt if you know if I could win a mattress so i. I get stuck in the tournament. Maybe I could make a little noise and a little noise came my way, which was which was pretty good. It's amazing Jimmy. The thing I'm struck by with that story is at that age at thirty eight. Given what you've already accomplished. You didn't need to do that. You didn't need to put yourself out there. You go through the pain, the Rehab the surgery, but then again. That's always been your entire life solaire. Did exactly I was GONNA go there. Answer that for me. Why did you have to do that? Well I I didn't want to be told to go. You know if I was going to leave I had to go out on my own terms, and and know that that I did everything I could to to get back into to try to be what I thought I could be. and and if I wouldn't have had that surgery, and I just accepted that you know, and and kind of just kind of gone away with a whimper You know that wasn't my style. I was going go. I had to go. You know trying everything to to get back and and You know once Once I hit. That I ball once I played that my first match, coming back and I got hammered. You knows no, no, it wasn't a problem. I wasn't there to. You know to win. I was there to experiment You know to to figure out if if I kept going and got a little stronger and what I had to do to. You know to make the risk better. You know I I was willing to try anything in in at thirty eight. You know you look at that and you say you know you're not. And and you know I I live. My life played my tennis being nuts. And there was no time to stop now because you know, my time was running out anyway and to have one last shot. You know it. I'll I'll never forget you know when I when I got through. One of those matches my friend Stasi was watching and he he came up afterwards and he says he and it's. Been told many times, but he told me he says you got what everybody else wants Jimmy. And I didn't know what he meant. But. You've got one more chance. And and and you know I said. You know what he's saying that you know. How how do I? How do I? Step around that and say well. It's you know. Give Up. No, there was no no give up. Then then it was just let everything out, and you know hope for the best and never give up. Your whole thing was if it takes five hours seven hours ten hours, I'm not leaving this court until they drag me off the court so all this work Jimmy and you set it up because you want to make some noise in. In New York and you go to the US, open and hilarious in a way you drop Patrick. McEnroe in the first round given your history and rivalry with John that was kind of curious, but then all of a sudden Jimmy again you're the epitome of not dead can't quit, but then you suddenly down two sets to none to love two sets down three love in the third. What are you thinking in that moment I know you've never given up on anything. But truthfully. What were you thinking in that moment? You know. Things happened so quick. you know I I said all I need 'cause. I wasn't playing bad tennis. I was playing some pretty damn good tennis and and. At that time just getting beaten. And so I figured that you know one one something has got to happen here to change this whole the whole momentum whether it was. You know shot or a fan or a call or you know something was going to have to switch some of the momentum, and and you know to be honest with you. I wish I could remember. Go back and figure out what that was because I. Don't remember, but you know all the sudden. You know my my whole mindset, my whole attitude, my whole game changed. because it had to because you know being down that far I, mean it. was you know in doing what I was doing was not GonNa win that match. So once my you know, my game changed I became more aggressive. I became more confident in my shots I became. I became what I always was It's it seems Kinda crazy to say that, but but I finally found that feeling of what it was like to be me. and You know that you know if that wants that caught on then then I felt that just staying there and keep Ryan and you know I I made a living off of being grinder, and and you know got into it and got stuck into it, and I got more confidence. You know. Patrick might have felt a little bit of the pressure coming his way and. You know I ended up. Know coming out on top six, four, hundred fast, but yeah I. Mean it was a it was a story beginning to to Alaska had run, which led to the most amazing two weeks of your career like bread Jimmy. You and your mom and your sister home. You guys were not there for that, so you're at home. Are you watching this? What were you thinking pops was down two sets to love three Oh. Yeah I mean I definitely was watching Yeah, he'd send his home the week before Roy. Interesting story you. Got a second, please he. He played the Hamlet Cup, which was a tournament that that happened a couple of weeks before the US, open, you know one of the prelims, anyone. A couple round I can't remember what round it was, but he. I think he drew Stefan Edberg, and like the quarters something like the quarters i. think that's right up. He's upset and maybe even up a set and a break, and then all of a sudden. Stops doing what he's been doing the whole match. And I'm like I'm looking at the hill. You know what's going on, you know you know. He's been dominating Edberg the top two or three player at the time. And he ended up losing in three sets, and then we're driving back in the in the limo back to the city to New York. And I'm like what happened. You know like you had a suburb. Semi at us, and he's just sitting there. Almost with this kind of calm look on his face now like Kinda, just telling me like it's okay. It's all good you know, and now that I look back what he was doing. He was testing his game. You know he was up a set and a break on the top three player. You know in in I think what he wanted to do is make sure his game was okay. You know and then he didn't WanNa waste all the energy by making another round or making. Send me the finals. You know. He was saving himself the US. Open you know so much his. Year and a half before that had been focused on the US Open. And, so he figured he'd had his know. Game was an order. You know if you can get up the set and a break on the top three player. Then you know he's definitely ready to play the US. Open. So that always sticks out in my mind that you know two weeks before you know he was already thinking about. You know this first found the panel. A great story because Jim you never. That's the thing I mean like any other great athlete. You'RE GONNA. Go out there and get hammered sometimes, but you were never not prepared i. mean never ever not prepared. And I talked to Kurt Warner earlier today on my radio program and I think both you guys could really relate to this Jimmy especially you. Kurt was talking about. About how he's loved, he loved the film work. He loved the mental game. He loved to think his way through a game and I know you love to think your way through around around a match in a figure it out. If I were to ask you Jimmy what was your strongest tool then? Was it your game? Was it your mind or was it your heart? yeah. Right yeah, I I feel that you know. The intangibles are one thing that you know especially in tennis. Don't get enough credit. If you look at the game you go out there. Everybody plays great tennis. They hit the ball well, and and but it's it's Those who have you know the the will the strong mind and the heart the guts and you know and You know to to understand what it's like. When you get in a situation, you know how to handle it out to go about it. You know. Don't waste your energy. Don't waste your time. You know everything is done for a purpose and You know you asked me what was good. Certainly you know to to win tennis matches and especially Grand Slam tournaments which are two weeks so. You know playing three out of five sets. You've gotta be doing everything well, playing the game and and being a good mental state, but. If you, if you leave out that that that intestinal fortitude, you know what you have inside that That can never be let out left left off the table because you know when you got somebody who's got. That is willing to go out there and stay in play five six hours with you. No matter what you know, that wears on the other guy as much as it's wearing on, you know what would wear on me, and and but I was prepared for it. And, you know to you know I hate to give you a flip answer that yeah was all three, but you know to. You know especially at at you know getting later on in life and missing a you know in my career and and missing a year before you know I. I had to to adjust. To go into that tournament if I was going to. Stay in play into the second week and I did a few things very well and and was able to bide my time well on the courts I became more aggressive, and and didn't stay so much on the baseline, so I tried to get into the net a little bit more. But but What I had inside. I wish I. I wish I still had that in a lot of things I missed that. and and and I WANNA. You know I I I love the rocky movies. Jim and you know anything to do with sports, but there was one line. Into last rocky. and and he was gonNA. Just go in and I. Remember Him saying he says. Sometimes I. Just can't breeze. At, because because it's down there, because you never really get get that out of your system. You know and and to to you because you missed the training and you missed the travel you the matches you miss the glory. You missed the you know the getting hammered. You know till you missile that you know it in sometimes in in unless you are lucky and and I have been very lucky because I was able to to play, you know until I was fifty, so I got it all out of my system, but if I wouldn't have been able to come back and play after that rich wrist surgery I would have had that in me. That that I. I can't breathe because I wouldn't have gotten it out of my system. And I'll never you know I? I go back to that line because it's true I and and To have that in a movie, because you usually wouldn't hear that from somebody unless they were one of the guys out there doing the grind in playing and being one of the players, but it was in a movie, and I've never heard anybody else say at that way, but but I could identify with that because it's a you know walking away from something that you put your you know your, put your whole life into and and your whole being to try to be the best at something, and all the sudden it comes to an end, and and you know sometimes that's tough to take and a lot of a lot of these young athletes today. I hope they understand that you know this could be over in the blink of an eye also. That things happen and and You know so appreciate every day, and in work at it every day and give it your best every day. Because when it's over, it's over and There's no there's no going back and say I wish I could take that again. So, You have to live with that and and my my My what if I don't have one? What if and that and that's a pretty good for my mental state lots amazing. What a powerful message! So Brett ultimately picked Gulf over tennis. So what was it like playing golf? With Your Dad on the way up, and what was it like the first time you beat him on the golf course? Yeah I mean I played tennis till I was about thirteen, fourteen and I tried to play both sports for you're in high school and it was too much. So I? I was definitely better at Golf. I went with the golf and You know. He took me every day. Pick me up from school. You know once you know once. He was little once he was done on tour and we'd go hit balls and then play nine holes before dinner. You know and he would always beat me. beat me. beat me and. I can't remember how old I was. Maybe you know fourteen something like that. You know and I finally beat him and. You know part of me was excited. The part of me was almost like you know Oh you know. What I beat them all now isn't gonNA. Kill saggy or something like that and you know. I looked over and you know he was more proud of my accomplishment than I. was you know so? That just seemed like something that you know wasn't still from him from his mom. I think. She was probably similar when she taught him tennis and Kind of had the same story with him when he her the first time. It didn't take him long to be a he's. He's a little modest gem. It didn't take him long. He's you know. He learned right from the very beginning and you know took took the lessons and you know had had everything from the basics down. And learned it the right way and there's there's no substitute for that You know it was like you know. Be With the tennis you know I. I got the good basics early. And then you go on and spread your wings wings, and do other you know and move on and try to become better, and that's exactly what he did, and and You know all through high school. He got nothing but better, and and it was. was. Fun. You know when he'd take me along with him. Saying you know come on out, play with me once in a while dad, and then you know was kind of fun for him to still you know, tag me along and get in the games, but he. He had a good game from the beginning, but you know he also You know had had talent in tennis, too. You know he was a good athlete he was. A good basketball player, and you know, play tennis, play, Golf, and a good athlete, and and you know when when he didn't pick tennis that that wasn't a problem for me because I wasn't going to force him into that. You know it's a you know as as a tough enough game. You know he didn't have to live up to. You. Know what what what he would think. My expectations were of in, but even more important. You know the the world's expectations of email that would that would be unfair. You know so. When he went to Golf, I was actually Kinda happy about that in in in proud of him for picking his own way. I I think that bothered me a lot more when I was younger, the tennis aspect and trying to live up to his name, and that probably helps kind of push me into the Gulf War. You Know Kinda gave me. My own thing. To have is mine and. I look back at the time. You know those early days where we're both learning how to play it. You know some of the fun time in my life, just because you know spending hours at the quarters trying this and videotaping each other swing and going home, you know watching it on slow mo on the old. Records and Stuff like that was great i. mean you want your own guy to be sure and I know you're proud of your dad. Obviously, but I I remember even like growing up southern California and you know that that's a hotbed for tennis. I remember the junior tournaments. I can only imagine obviously the Bozize that must have been on your back. His Jimmy Connors kid coming up in the ranks, right playing junior tennis i. mean you probably ensure away from probably went after it, but that will wear you down. Wear anybody down. Yeah I. Mean I think you know I? Think when I was younger, I was a little too sensitive to it. You know almost where I would put too much pressure on myself and get to someone. beat me. I'd be like you know you didn't beat. You didn't eat my dad awesome, beat me! I Shit compared to anything compared to him. But you know I think it frustrated me earlier but I still use that. Competitive Drive, and and everything that he instilled in me. You know as a kid growing up in my golf game and played throughout high school, and I played a played a little bit in college and. Try and still get out there and hustle the old man once in a while to. Get over does that work? I don't know you know you gotta ask him. What his Andy CAPP is from day to day. It seems to fluctuate. It's got to play against too many Bantus out here. Right right, you guys, you guys hit Sam Piper. What are you planning these days, Jim? Yeah I mean the The courses are open up here. the Montecito Country Club is is not open and and the gentleman that owns that club also and Sandpiper in Rancho San Marco, so the those courses aren't open, but number of the other courses are open now, so we get out, get out and I play. You know try to play a day maybe two week if I can which is good, but you know I I enjoy the golf Jim it's a it's A. It's a good replacement. But it's it's not tennis. You know to me I, mean I! It's I, mean my heart, my love. My everything is still to that game and into. You know and and you know. Somebody asked me the other day says do you miss it and you know I? My only answer to that is every day. I Miss I miss everything about it I missed the traveling this the practice I missed the training. You know most of all I missed the matches, but you know time has certainly caught up with me many years ago, but but it's It's just that feeling of of of still thinking that that hey, give me half a shot and let me go out and try it again. You know that that this kind of fun to to to think about or talk about once in a while, but I, certainly don't harp on it, you know my past is my past and. I loved it and I lived in in. every day that I played it but you know it is my past and I have you know have such a great family? And and you know my life now is You know every Sunday I told my. Telling my my family, my mom and my grandma, and my GRANDPA and my dad, I I, thank them for this life. They've given me and and I'm so I'm such a such a lucky guy. Such lucky guy. It's so amazing. Jimmy whenever I talk. Athletes about woody miss most inevitably, though say the Camaraderie, the Camaraderie, the Fellas, but these guys from team sports. is so different like I'm really curious for instance like in that fourth round of the open. You played Aaron Krickstein another famous famous famous match? You guys were good friends. You guys. We're tight, but the world's different I'm curious when you watched the last dance with Jordan, and you could see that this guy did not want to connect with or Fratton is with the opposition. He wanted to rip their throats out. This is the way it was when you played. Played in the such amazing rivalries, but that's not say that your friends. I mean you were tight with Vitas you retired witnessed Taza humor France. How did you approach that? Could you fraternize with those guys or was it all business all the time? Know wasn't all this all the time I mean. It was when when it was on the court. It certainly was you know and and you know I I'll tell you the story of of. He was such. Such my best friend from from day one. He really took me under his wing and and We were under the same manager. Bill reardon at the time and so he took me and and and really showed me the ropes at a young age. You know a good ropes and bad roads, and which was fun, but but I. I don't know I I. Think I WANNA. Say Ten Times that we played. He beat me. And the reason being was because. I was too good friend, or he was too good a friend to me. You know an and at that time I was young and I couldn't separate the two he could I couldn't. You know so I remember one going home and I just lost in the stars, and my mom said you know you better beat him, or you're going GONNA lose him as a friend. You know because he's GonNa. Lose respect for you, and and that was that that got into my head so quick that that said you know you're right. And and from that time on I think we became better friends. You know when I. When I started beating. but but I say that. Only, because from that point on you know once. I walked onto the court. It was all business. I could I could let loose a little bit after the you know to get away from it and all that, but when I. When I was in it I was in and out in and I wasn't going to. Alber screw up and and even though I did a few times, I couldn't afford to be. Too many people invested too much in me. My mom my, grandma my. GRANDPA my dad. Pancho Segura my wife Patti my two kids. I I couldn't I couldn't afford to screw up to the point of of never giving it my all because you know, they didn't invest the money. It wasn't the money. You know it was the you know the love and the care, and and you know the the allowance to me and go into to take care of my business. and and so yeah, once once I walked onto that court. You know I. I was a different guy. There's no doubt about it and and you know I I like that I love that attitude in me, and and I miss that because I'm older now and I. Don't have that release and so I. Don't have that but I I certainly missed that every day. I mean Jimmy was so much more than money. They invested your your mom. Your grandma, your father, your GRANDPA, the invented. They invested so much more than just money. Their life, right life I'm new move to southern California to train with the right coach and went to Ucla. You are national championship as a freshman like you mentioned your mom. Your mom famously taught you to play. She taught Brett to play like what was your mom like? Well, have you she? You know she was you know the. She handled me my whole career. Really and so you know she was You know a woman dealing with men in a in a in a man's game. You know to. You know to deal in back then. That was pretty unacceptable. You know so you know she? She was beyond gentle beyond kind. but at the same time she was tough. But she knew when to be tough. and I don't mean just on on me and and playing tennis I, mean in you know in everyday life I mean you know. She was not want she. She was five foot at the best one hundred and five pounds at best, but you know she wasn't. GonNa take anything from anybody. And you know from from my standpoint I think I learned an awful lot just watching her. You know the way. She handled her students when she would teach him The way. She dealt with people the way you know. She was around the game of tennis and then the way she was when she wasn't around the game of tennis, and so she and and my grandmother. You all of them, my grandfather, my dad, you know what I picked up from from. All of them was was instilled in me. And and You know to to say that that that just to say well, you know. My mom was tough. She was a stage door, mom, she was none of that or she was all of that. You know it's just it's a matter of how you looked at it and. And and felt about it, but I'm am going to say this gym that she was from me one hundred and ten percent. You know no matter what you know that that that that she was for me, and and once I got out there and and was was having a chance to make it. She let that be known. And people didn't like that. You know they they didn't want to hear that. You know that that she was so far me like that, so you know she got the well. She never made it, so it's more important for son to make it now. She was none of that. She made it on her own, but but she instilled in me. You know the the what that what she meant to me that loyalty that that she had towards me was something that was you know you could never get in between fascinated by that I? Want to ask you about the podcast and one second just one quick follow and believe me guys. I could do this all day long. I'm going to wrap it up. Up So I don't do this all day long, but Jimmy I guess in a sense like I totally accept that and believe that embrace that she was not living vicariously through you. She had a life your extremely important to her, and she gave you everything she had. I wonder it must have been hard for her to watch you play. Did you finally get a sense of what it must have been like for her? When you yourself started to coach? She called me more every day when I was coaching with with Andy. You know what what you're telling him. Now I think if you did this telling you. That would help you know Did you think this? Maybe we should? I'll call you later. You know I mean it, was she? She was as involved. From a distance as she could be and and Andy success that he had along the way when we were together. She loved it. She she kinda live through that a little bit because she. She has gotten housebound, so she got to. You know to to know what it was like to almost you to. Be Their only on the television again and and she was, she was so happy because. Two people in the World Jim that that love tennis. Was My mom and Pancho Segura. They would watch tennis nonstop. They would talk tennis nonstop and anytime you give them a chance. They'd been earier on it and and that was You know I knew. then. What was what it was like when she watched me because when I was coaching, Andy I want I think I was in the stands wanting wanting him to win more than he wanted to win share and it was just that was in that was my nature, and and and he made me proud so many times it was It was a fun couple of years. We had I can hear it. It in the family, the whole family thread the thing I like about you guys and I've never spoken to your mother. I never met your mother, but you could tell it just missing a sound, and not we flip, but it's a no haters zone you guys are. There's nothing weird you guys are it's it's pure unadulterated love. You're pulling for each other. Nobody's better than the other is his family. This is. Is Blood like an brings me back to the original thing that you get to do this project together like bread. I think probably it's not a big deal to you because you grew up with your in the business. It's always been like this, but the fact that you guys pulled Mike Tyson as your first guest is something I've done this for thirty years. This is not an easy guy to get to. To this is not an easy gotta turnaround, and he's certainly and I've had my moments with Mike some good and some terrifying. He's not the easiest guy to be with. Either when you get good Mike, it's it's amazing. Mike is like the most charismatic guy but Mike's not in the best way. Look the hell out Brett. What was it like to be with an interview Mike for your first on the podcast. Yeah it was. It was pretty ethics dude, I mean. I've always been a fan loved the guy you know growing up watching him play and in the fight. You know and the CNN kind of have some troubles in life, and then pick themselves back up in You know seeing them build themselves the way. The way is now. He's you know he's backed up on top almost It was a little intimidating. At first you know 'cause you. You know the first time I've interviewed anybody. That was you know. I've done some stuff and my job, but never you never with real hard hitting questions you know usually it's more soft fluff in you know week. We little softballs that you. You know you love the Guy, but you know he was open to anything I mean you know ten or fifteen minutes into the end of the interview? He was tearing up. And you know we're talking about family and ego, and just you know he might be one of the most interesting guys in the world, but it was. It was awesome. I mean Jimmy you're as a world class athlete Jimmy. You know what makes take what makes guys go. How Eager Jimmy you to sit down with Mike, and how'd that go for you? Have you? Brought up the storage, and I was playing tennis in Europe and he was fighting, and and they, they tape the the fight for me, so that I could instead of staying up until two or three in the morning to that I could could get up the next day and watch it I mean you know He. He's the kind of guy you know for me. I mean I love Dali I love Frazier and you know Sugar Ray Leonard, and Tommy hearns and you know Marvin. Hagler I to see so. Many of the greats fight over the course of the years. But Tyson was was a different breed, a different character He walked in the the ring. He you know he had You know shorts on shoes on. Yeta torn towel over his neck, and he and he was no frills, he just he just wanted to get down to business, and and I love that you know he I asked him. I said Do you study? Study you know because I never really studied my opponents I. Just took my game out there. You know if that work that was good or try to adjust, but he said I study. You know before I walk out there as I'm walking out, I'm looking at one last thing always so I know exactly what? I'm GonNa, do you know and and to hear that from? You know from the champ you know. And you walk in and you're. You're expecting. You know somebody that's you know six six, and to sixty or whatever he's not. He's five ten five eleven, but you know he's a truck you use. The tank is just GonNa come at you and just give you everything that he has. You know from from the minute that bell rings you know that that to me I mean that's that's. That's my Kinda Guy. You know that the. Dahl in tennis and and You Know Tyson boxing where you go out there and you're going to have to bury the guy to to get him off there. And and he was, he was fun to watch man, but the to talk to him and bread set it right. He has one interesting guy, and and You know to to to picked himself up and you know and got back in the game like he has and and become. You know just as a problem just as popular if not more than than he was back then she's you know what a story that is, and you know nothing but the best one Jimmy One last opera I want you. You to make sure that everybody knows how to find the podcast and where to find you guys on social. I'M GONNA. Ask you that one second Brett Jimmy to your point about Mike saying when you ask them, did you study? How did you prepare? I can remember that era very clearly and Mike Jimmy had so. Many guys beaten before they step through the ropes because he was so terrifying and he was so intimidating. Tennis is so unusual. Jimmy like, did you? Could you win matches in the locker room before you took the court? Were you able to kind of intimidate guys getting their heads before you even played them, but it was unintentional Jim. Yeah, come on, come on. Me Doing. Awesome, anyway but. You know that that wasn't allowed in tennis. Come off, so we're tight shorts. Shoes. You know you know tennis golf. Tennis Change Jim Tennis changed in the seventies and the eighties. It went, it went from a country club sport and you know. Every everybody Love the game. You know she seems to just WanNa. Be a part of it. They you know we we were losing. You know the Real Sports Fan you. We playing in front of five thousand people was great. Great Fans and all that, but you know we needed the hockey fans, and and I've talked about this many times to to build Tennessee to where it has become now and and they. The those fans weren't gonNA put up guys hitting tennis balls. You know and granted we were you know we were the wild west back then there were no rules really, and and did we step over the line? Sure we did, but you know it was. But we had to you know we. We had to to to try to get the tennis on a different level. in and the guys that that I came up with and the way they handled, andled it, and you know the charisma and the characters, and the excitement that the that they all brought to the game and their own way. forget just the tennis, but even you know just just as much vitas off the court. Life was just as important as the way he played tennis. And that and that's and that's what sold. That's what was selling. You know not just Tennessee. You know you wanted to know. Where did he go to studio fifty four after the? Five, hundred match at the US Open. People wanted to know that because we were real people, we were real. We were them, you know. Down on the court you know playing for them. That's an and I. think that's what a what caught on for tennis in the seventies and eighties that that that they that they felt like they were off down there, playing and You know what a fit. Illinois. Now any man get it out of the country club. Give us some personality. Give us some rivalries. It was so awesome like I got tired of asking the question of like. What do we do how we get that back? Is it technology? Do Guys had played the Jack? Kramer's and go back to the wooden rackets is just too much. Serve Volley. Point survived point. Where's the personality, Jimmy? What was it like? Dat vetus with you in that run at the US Open Ninety one well I. You know. He was a good outlet for me because he was doing the TV. so I had a. you know I'll always felt that. I had a friend up there booth and I talk. Even though I wasn't getting an answer back, but I you know Kinda quit. Say a few little quips to him and and you know. Kinda relieve a little bit of the tension. You know you know to to go through that and and you know it's Vitas traveled with me for a couple years even before that US Open and Europe we play doubles at the French together and then after that he played the senior tour. With me for a couple of years and before his passing, and I mean he was, he was the the ultimate for me anyway, he was the ultimate. Not only player, but but for for the cocktail parties in in the pro ams and. His his what writer? He was the guy, right. There was nobody better I mean he he would walk in and he'd. He'd be a part of everything right away. and he was I I miss him every day. It's it's funny. I mean I say that about a lot of people, but but his personality, and in in what he brought the tennis and then everything else that. Did he got around was was pretty special. You brought one thought about Vitas like it's easy to get caught up in him. Being the guy in the look and the hair bright, he could play now like Vitas set-asides number four right in the world. He could play. Yeah he he won well butter you. You'd know more than I, but he he wanted. He I want. Australia was in the finals of the French is in the finals. The Open Semifinals Wimbledon. Davis Cup. I mean he's. He's had a a hall of fame career, and he's not in the hall of fame. Come on! A lot of guys in there with a lot less you know that are that are in the hall of fame that and and not to have vitas in there's It is a sin. It Brett I normally. Don't keep guys this long and you guys are now in this game. So you know how this goes, but that's how much fun that wasn't i. so appreciate it bred. People WanNA find podcast. Where do they go to find it? And if they WANNA find you guys on social where they go to find you guys on social? Yeah! We're available on all the major off cast platforms podcast spotify Google podcasts Yeah on twitter. You can follow us at a DVD connors and instagram. All you can spell it all out at advantage, connors and we have a youtube channel advantage connors, so you can follow us with all their and check out the podcast and give us some feedback. We'd love to hear from I. Love that. So, how is your photography business? It's good man. It's tough right now. Just not being able to travel and do so much, but you know I I still get out there. You know I love love. Taking pictures in door I got thrown. AIRFLI- that around? I can get a chance and you know it's fun I love doing it. It's and if I could make a little money on the side you WANNA to. Blast Jimmy. That was so fun I again. I didn't mean take so much time. It was so great to get caught up to meet Britain have him on the program, Jimmy. That was so much fun print. Appreciate you, too. That was great. Thanks, guys! Thanks, thank you. My thanks to the Connors Jimmy and Brett, both what amazing conversation that was that was an absolute blast, and make sure you find their podcast advantage connors wherever you get your podcasts. Hit them up on twitter. Let them know what you thought. What you just heard I'm back next week with another episode like I. Always Am so make sure you get subscribed right now until then here or your coveted voicemails I. Miss Eight. Thirty three years old African American male, he gets together with small, but as long beach where he was one of the only black person there they get together, and they had a brunch last year, and to make a long story short, the homeowner had to take off for a minute and my dad. He goes into the backyard to pick a lemon off of his friends, and I'm intrigued and his neighbor season. She calls the cops. They cordoned off the block and Yeltsin, my father, a megaphone to come out with his hands up. He's on the ground, handcuffed the neighbor. The homeowner sees a block away comes out. Police know what's going on, and they let him go. This is not nineteen, sixty, nineteen seventy. This is last year blows me away around. That's just kind of a sense as to what we have going on. Appreciate doing this show man this a great. We need to talk about these issues. Thank you. Massive saved next message Romi. Might. Have you know and you just want? Let you have me and the FELLAS. We're going to go out made it to not. Some cat I join daily going to be with US I mean you're gonNA, call multi and get some cash. Set up in here. You know what I mean like any ice. You know the number you may ring. Eight. Message deleted next message Trim Rome. This is Jim from Ohio. I'm laughing my fucking. What she did to Fabien Territory Larry. It was the best yet you've done I'm crying. I'm dying Dude I love it. I'm glad you can make me laugh during the pandemic. Keep up the good work for other. Message saved next message Jimmy Johnny in Texas. What's going on? Am pre-state the show today? Thanks for hitting that topic I'm totally on board and any clone doesn't WanNa, follow you because they don't like you. Have Marines social issues? Sia, don't let the door hit you in the ASS. Peace I'm out, brother. Massive saved next message Romaine just. Hey Brock congratulations on having I mac off from a video, but you said offense. You said you're going to be watching that thing from your hot tub. Favor staying tub. It don't make that phone call that day. In fact, the. Bra I WANNA be hearing from is fake ship introducing once again? Joe Paul Mary hotdog take a May come home. Message Deleted Next Message Jim Twenty one year listener to show I live in Kansas City Missouri and I. Just want to thank you for the show you've done today. I think it's actually the most important show done I know you say that you're a sports. Talk show host, but you have a big microphone and I think you're a very intelligent and FIFA person, and with intelligence, and the microphone carries a big responsibility, and you've carried out that responsibility very well. I've never called you show that I felt so strongly about this I was compelled to call. Thank you very much. MASSIVE SAVED NEXT MESSAGE HEY JIM ROME! My name is Tina I live in Lamesa where the riots happened and I'm telling you, they're small businesses. Crying in freaking out because businesses were looted and vandalized. It's ridiculous. Something's gotTa Change in Nineteen Ninety two. If they would have prosecuted those that be Rodney King that was live on the air for the world to see. Would've been different now. Thank you, I'm out! SAVED NEXT MESSAGE JIM FOGGIN. Rome just want to say thanks for the Brandon Boyd. PODCAST dowse fucking ethic I can never call show 'cause I have a mouth that makes crackers flushing since sailors running the bar, covering their ears, but I got a set fire to my source, because they didn't even know good in that interview, I do want to get on the Brandon Boyd and Jim Rome mailing list for your guys and book. Club out would be fucking awesome. I believe there's nobody you can't interview although I think the one air you haven't have you got interview someone from the adult film industry make it happen. Nothing saved. You have no more in that suggest. 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Windows must massive. Pillow and they. Said I need some some about the. Snacking. Had Long Hair. You know come Michael Jackson. started. Clad as Africa. Over the last five years Grammy Winning Producer Camera Obe has the direction of Chicago's hip hop more than anyone at least anyone that I can think of, and it's almost unfair that this guy not only produced the most phenomenal beats, but also lay down some killer hooks purses, and as we talk quickly realized we're both grown ASS. Kids as we reminisce about old Disney films new Disney Films Video Games suburban Life School, quitting your job the following your dreams. If there was ever an inspiring story, it's all within. Within the pages of Cam, story and I am pleased to present a few chapters of that book to you as we dive into the ten thousand hours of his work ethic, which leads to his new album. Before we get to that, though I just want to say, may's my favorite month of the year. In fact, it's my birthday and the boss man Jay. 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Good up to a good afternoon cam. How you doing I'm good. Man I'm good been A. Man Things went left. In the world, and how are you hold on this whole isolation social distancing manner you hanging in there doing the best that I can actually. The making the best of it, you know. I've cut like a nice stride lately in life, but also creatively. And it's it's really got me thinking about just creativity in art on and the purpose of art as a whole. Getting me to rethink all that productivity. How glad to hear that because I thought you would be up your old world of warcraft account and just wasting time, but. I mean I've been doing so. I! You know I have. It's been fun I haven't even. Man. There's this game agent. I haven't played in years. I. Don't WanNa play again. I've been listening to video game soundtracks all morning. Thanks to you! Listen to remain heroes soundtracks. Man I forgot how much of a jam that stuff is. Oh, well. Yeah, they had you know I was into. I just Kinda did a slight comb over some your old interviews and I was like man me and him. He's like times more talented than me, but. I was GONNA? Ask you so you're into video games. I'm definitely into it. I and you know what since I've been doing this podcast. I've I would say half the people I interview credit streets of rage, two as like their inspiration for even getting an C. Whoa really day and wet generation are they come thirty, one eighty nine. I like the same age as me to about the same, so like Brandon DJ early staffer Joey Bad ass, and the whole pro era that was often streets of rage two they they were just smoking, playing video games and college and now. We love this stuff and let's start making music. You gotta listen to that one because I, Know Brandon Shaming. He's he's a good dude. He showed me around showed me how to use the train in New York when I visited. Yeah, I think my vision of this podcast was kind of how you discovered Connie from a twenty year old XL magazine, I want people to go through my guest list, and maybe they'll find a producer older young. That has an interesting stories. They never heard before. It's kind of same formula you know. Hell Yeah I feel that Yeah. That's so cool. That's so cool and I'm glad to be able to to provide. There's somebody out there if you're if you. Do you. Do you have Disney plus by any chance? My sister does so I use her account, but but I watched dumble the other day. Did you re watch the three Caballeros? Yes. How you know that one never been. I if you like the film checkout the legend of the three caliber, it's also a Disney plasma. Oh I didn't even know it exists. So. Okay I'm definitely GonNa because you know the company. Also. When I was a kid man, I used to watch that. Like on VHS religiously like all the time, and it was so interesting. I don't know. I just loved it. Man Like it was so amazing and washed a request. Don't between sixteen, so that was like four years ago. You know at in addition to all the feelings that I had as a kid coming back when I was watching it. which is all like a crazy thing watching stuff from your childhood, but? I realize how. Damn trippy that. That movie was. Out like. Crazy was in psychedelic. End Just wacky was. And but so cool still, and it's like anime in the eighties. It was just there wasn't a blueprint for it, so they could just be as crazy as they wanted to be. With the narrative and the animation and every day is Egli. Dance I'm definitely GONNA. Look at that though. I'm putting you on some stuff you put you put me on. This man I watched this interview, did and you? You came across this album called Sky Islands. And I was like that album has one of my favorite deejay premier samples of all time, but it was called pitch-black there's. Over relies over Pitch Black Maria. Pitch Black relies. One to. Kiss! On my God, like like who's GonNa put Marley Marl sample with with. A Sky Islands in the ancient source I mean it's it's insane. I know. Yeah Premiere man like it's Craig's all those hip hop. Brokers like that one particular. by a Z. There's a song by as e I. Think is produced by Premiere. AIZIE. Who is the format? Yes, the format. dudes that we're kindred spirits right now. Yes though that beat so that be? And the pitch black be the real be and diddy Bob. no-name. To me like they all draw from the same Palette of the same. Kind of Texas seems sort of. World in New, York City Cameron It's like there's something about those. If you're like if you're feeling it the similarity between those for songs, but that sound that is in the format filling us in the format, and in all real like inspire me tremendously. and. It's also in that sky. Highlands sample that a that a Caldera simple. Ancient source it's in there and it's a lot of jazz fusion records in like And it's also in video game. Music is a lot of music is very jazz fusion esque like Hedgehog. Greenhills on Mike Barrowman's sixty four, which is to me? The best game ever made. It's a tragedy because they never made another one like that since. Never made another one like for it, either it's the only game of its kind. That exists and the music is insane. and. There's this common thread through all of those all of that music to me. I never thought we would love Cameron in their two, thousand and four, I was in college, and I remember I had a nineteen eighty nine Honda accord with four fifteens in the trump, because that's just what you did. In two thousand four right and Cameron's purple haze came out, and those are track on their called Killa Cam. Do you remember that Song? Yet. School? The base in that song hits so obnoxious. -Ly Crack my back windshield. Purple Haze just came out I'm not really big on sequels but I don't know. What was your take on it? I didn't even know I didn't even know probably. Last year! His comeback and I think a lot of Oji rappers. They do that when they want to revisit the well or become relevant. They'll just slap on a to to their old records. On it, yeah. I don't like cigarettes, either. Because of the fact that like sometimes you can get away with sometimes it can work, but like it's usually a branding thing so and then do with the music and the energy in the VIBE. That was there the first around. They just are like taking the brand. Identity brand the strength of the brand from the original thing. In an slapping the to on it so that they can use the brand to bring to bring the same audience it it would. It would be I, hate people do that because it plays are emotions as As fans of music, because we know like you said, we're tied to the memories and. And the feeling of that of that classic. In so, you kind of playing with us like I'm doing another one doing it again. But you're not really doing it again, you just. You just put it in that package again. You know one of the first ten minutes. We've already talked about like animation and video. Games music. Your sister, though was the one put you on musically, but she's not. With the say she's, she's for lack of a more finesse words. She's more than you. She's yes creative and and visually imaginative. Is You correct yeah? It's funny I think she is the way she expresses herself. Is this you would another that? I kinda like 'em. Moore the. I kind of have this I guess image when people. Meet me who soon as this nerd? You. Know this all like most people when they see me. They asked me if you're an artist on. You know like and I'm like them is really that allow. Me But like. But with my sister is is not as obvious but. I. Get all of this like a lot of that from her. You know an older brother to motor. Brother was always that to me to like grown up, and he was sort of like my sister, but a little bit more Nerdy, but you know he was out. Running the streets, he was like a genius. archetype this architect by made up, you know how young has architects? Have the have this one archetype that that that I made Mehta based on my life experience. This type of person I call hood genius in its people that I meet them met in my life who are from the from the ghetto who are hood who do things? Like, sell drugs and shit. But should the associate with with the hood live in, but at the same time there's something about like culturally. They are also like. They're exposed to all these other non hood things. And like they're also like. They're usually very much into anime. There's very. Hyper intelligent philosophical stuff that was like my big brother and an athletic like like very good sports can probably draw azoff really good at playing an instrument or some sort of creative thing like that, but also. Sales, we also like is in a gang. You know yeah, I like that. It's just like on your parents. I have three kids, and they've all spiderweb into very different human beings all from the product of your environment because when I think Vegas. Jerk reactions thing about the strip. People don't know that there's a hood in Vegas. There's there's real life. There really is an and I'm one of six actually as a big family. I'm GonNa Credit your older sister to with. With listening to the Neptune's before people were listening to the Neptune's hell yeah. was maybe sister was a big music fan man like? Nan like she was a real big music fan, and she she has so. She had it all and she was listening to the music. You know for the pure love of the music. You know that s w v. when this feeling was her jam, she put that on. That was her cleaning music. Too, but they don't repeat it. I remember like. Plane Remember sitting down the Hallway, listening to that Song repeat which Nixon was produced before they were like a big name, and I love that song, but it just every time I hear this song. Bring back the memory me. Her plane I repeat missing in the hallway playing with these glowna dark mega blocks which are like. Oh, those are blake legos weren't the I remember those. I remember those. We! Where are you from? I'm from central Texas near Austin I'm not too far. Texas is a big state. It Yeah I. Have family in East Texas. On my big brother lives in damn. It isn't Kaleen now. Oh, my God, I live in colleen. What's up only? Up Lean. Right I think he lives there. I don't know if he's there. He's somewhere I. Remember he was back into places in one of them so group in Killeen. My whole life. Dan has crazy. Here's what's even crazier. The Neptune's didn't produce that. They Co produced it and the guy that co produced it. His name was David. Nick turn I think he's like he's seventy years old now. He's working with a with a twenty year old ferrall and he went on, and and he got nominated for ten daytime Emmys for his work on soap operas, and nobody knows this guy is oh. Hell. Yeah, that's so interesting. He's the guy last night and I c.. H. T. E. R. N.. He's working with a ferrall. WHO's barely drinking age at the time and you can leave commercial music and reinvent yourself as a musical director on one life to live cats so crazy. 'cause you know. It makes me think because that song uses a sample. It makes me wonder if he. Had any part in that original sample I would imagine that he had i. mean because this guy was fifty at the time in forever twenty I imagine that He. Probably was mentoring him. And because when I listened to that song, it doesn't really sound like commercial. Neptune's yet. It seems like they're still trying to. This is like the rump Shaker days. Yes, yes, it is like 'cause. Yeah in the early nineties. Like I'm okay. Okay, I'm looking. That song that. Sample voices by Maria Dr Written by David Nick Turn thirty though I mean. If I'm going to compare that to you, it'd be like Oh. Yeah, this cam, the cocoa butter kisses guy, but now he rap sings. He produces his own albums, which is a creative leap, a lot of producers either can't take or won't take You're right. You're right, man. That is such a crazy thing for me to. To Take that leap like you said a lot of them. You can't take it or won't take it for me. It was for a long time. It was luther, both, but it was like the the former more so than anything I always I wanted to. But I was so afraid that I couldn't so I didn't for a long. You know 'cause I was like. I was putting myself in this in this box. I was telling myself down. I didn't realize it, but I was like. You know I'm just a producer. That's all I. Do is just make beats I help people get their vision. You know like I was telling myself that in which is a crazy thing about identity, and how we identify cels in things like that, but just them this label of producer on myself, not even really knowing really what that is all the way, but yet doing that kind of kept me in that box. For good for good reason now because a time it led me to to really like go deep into being a producer and get really good at that you know and I started on eleven and been doing that since then I'm thirty now so like. Nearly twenty years, but in the process. There was more that was coming to me than just. The duties of a music producer in an anomaly that like I'll be being the studio making artists. And I'm not just making the beat. On just I. Don't I I never really? Sent beats the people. My whole life I do it sometimes, but I really come alive on. I'm in the room which? We're building a song coming up with the concept coming up with the lyrics you know coming up with the. Vocal melodies you know I'm given a lot of rappers rap flows. You know because like they're writing in like manner trying to figure. And I'm and I'm like I got something I'll just like gibberish. Averse. And they'll take by parts from it that they like incorporated diversity I was doing it for a long time so I guess it was always in me to be able to do more than just make the be. Is that limiting? Because it seems like you don't make one hundred beats and let people choose your motor. Craft beats like you said with people in their studio. Is Limiting. Yeah, I mean you could make five beats a day and sell it a thousand a piece, but instead I mean because what's cool is like you say you produce for Kendrick Lamar even if he jumps on one of your productions, and you don't find out until the song is done, it doesn't matter your. That's going on my resume I don't care is Agley absolutely. You know 'cause I gotTA. You know I got A. I got to go myself. We are in America. But but I would say. It's interesting because. Man I'm so happy that I'm able to I got in to the to the industry in a very nonconventional because I came up like my first big break was chance rapper INVINCI- like that movement basically. Being one of the architects for that whole Chicago sound that they were calling it at the time. I in it. It was just us. Making records making this having fun making songs with these local artists who I just met because I. I'd never adding grow up in Chicago, just went out there and twenty twelve. Took a made a fateful decision to quit my job. Go out there only knew one person was working out his studio. In living at his studio and A VIC Mensa within that month, and then from there everything just blew up on the Internet, but so I got in a very unconventional way, but it's interesting. Because of the way I got in I. got into doing things I. WanNa, do them. So as I started to transition into the music industry tried to like. Continue that tradition. That we're working when I'm like a meeting with major labels, and it's funny. 'cause I would ask them. They would wanna get me in a in a session with one of the artists like I remember One of the NR'S AT A. Things vice president at the time. At Atlantic, records, He had told me. That after chance blew up and everything and I'm meeting these guys. He told me that. Hey, yeah, so we've got these artists. Atlantic that are looking for records like you know you mentioned like Wiz Kalifa. Bruno Mars. CEELO, green and I was like. He's in some beasts. Send US Americans and I was like. Can I get in the studio with them and like? You know makes them from scratch. That's how I did it with chances and you know and they're like. He was like so not about that news. I own like he told me basically. I gotta be like for real in the sense of like I got to have his already. On the billboard nor to do that. And I remember that being like very disappointing. For me. And also. That was like me. Discovering with the industry was all about it was not about music to me, and so I was like okay. but it's funny I I. I did anyway every time I. Did did it that way? Nothing ever got placed like a lot of those songs made. Those guys ended up using from Ireland album, but I ended up eventually getting things my way when j Cole at a hit me up directly because he had heard something I did. a beat. I did for one of his artists boss. and. he asked me to send visas like same spills I. Hey! You know I normally don't symbols I. Do my best work when I'm like in the studio with the artists like. Would it be possible if I can I get studio with you in this bill from scratch? And he was like hell. Ya and so he. flew me out. On his tour, and in from that point on I never had to. Ask, again you know what I mean like. It was kind of like a thing or if I ask no one ever said no again to me. It was always just a matter of scheduling. From that point. There's a lot of impact that the first thing I want people to know is in two thousand twelve year, folding shirts, department store, and a year later on acid rap, which is amazing. Number two I mean that's. That's that's a big bowl of inspiration for anybody who's listening, but number two I want to talk about growth because I know you make beats for artists. Jay was an example. You just brought up and there's been instances where you've created beats, and he didn't WanNA use it now. You can harp about how much work went into a beat, or you can start asking yourself ten questions why he doesn't want it. You can take it personally. You can become bitter, or you can understand. You can move on, and you can figure something out and I think that's the human side of things that people don't really talk about. Absolutely absolutely because I went to all of that. I went through taking it personally. And went through being bitter. Do all those things you know human. Before I arrived on like you said like. It's not any of those things. All those things are just. Made Up. You know reasons in my head, but at the same time it's not to be judged, either you know people have the have the right to do what they WANNA do. And at the same time all of those. Experiences did give me something. You know I got something out of all of those experiences whether people use my music or not, and that's the beauty of art. Because just the act of creating the art is valuable in itself. You know because it's exploration if you're doing it right. Then, you're exploring and you're exploring. You're never gonNA come away from any creative session with the same way that you were when you entered it. You always going to have learned something from that. experience, and that's one thing I can say about whenever I get in the studio. Whenever I do something I'm always, art gets back to me. I love writing and I love crafting songs because. It'll always just make me. It will always give give back to me in very concrete way sometimes, because like for example. I'm right. Okay, if I write a song that that makes me think about a certain. The macy think about I. Don't know like cars, motorcycles or something and I wanNA. Make this song. I WANNA paint this picture of. The this this motorcycle race or whatever? I don't know anything about motorcycles, so I have to go and spend time researching and the different parts of the motorcycle, and I start to put together a Word Bank Mussa cycling related terminology. And so that I can pull from that my song, and then by the end of the song I know all these. I've learned all these things about motorcycles sometimes been researching. Why did school make you hate writing where you're not able to have that same process? You know I think it was because they made us. Just do busy work worth more than anything it wasn't about like. Using your your writing ability to create a world or or to? To to do something that was that I found interesting. It was always about you know how to do book reports you had to write. They know they give you minimum requirement. Minimum Word Count Requirements. You know imposing that I mean that's like A. Lot of times it was very long sometimes. You don't have that much to say about something. You just have to just, but if you don't make that as many whereas it is supposed to be, you're GONNA get a bad grade. That's going to hurt you in life. And so as this, this is pressure. Pressure sometimes can be good, but I think you just was. It was no aim to. There's no direction that they were trying to. Trying to do. Is Get us through so that they can get their test scores. So they can get their keep their funding. So they so that we can go in. Graduated in work at you. Know some star anything suspecting. At McDonald's or something, they didn't give a damn. I enjoy piano, but once my parents signed me up for lessons, and then it became a chore then I hated it and I have two kids that are in elementary school, and it's a very restrictive environment and I wonder because I have two small kids, five and eight sometimes when we get in the car, I play hip hop, but it would, if I played an audio book. Maybe if I played where the wild things are where the sidewalk ends will do more. More for their creativity and imagination than just music. Maybe I'm every time they get in the car. Think about maybe I'm wasting time that I could utilize you know like I think both good is good, too. Because you know. Their kids are GONNA be absorbing. Thing you you expose them to, and that's what makes me think as an artist about the music that create you know like it's GonNa. Be absorbed no matter what it is is going to be absorbed and You can put anything out there and so I feel like why not? Why not put something out that wants absorb is going to contribute something positive to the person who absorbed it, and this is my way of like my naive goal changing the world through music. Because if you do that I feel like you can. You can change the world for for person one person at a time. With music. If you so choose to do that, you can especially in this days climate of our music because. Music is only about being a product now. Art is like the art world you know in selling these baskets for hundred ten million dollars like ridiculous amounts of money 'cause the art is not even about art anymore as about it being a commodity now. and seeing how much we can make off of it, but anyway so in that climate, it's actually radical to create art that is not for consumption capitalistic. Is Radical to Kinda like go against that and make it different, but I do think you missing your your kids. makes me it reminds me of why I think it's important that that the music has some high is made unto some higher purpose than us. You know that's what's so cool about sacred religious music folk music. Gospel Music is that those songs that music is made? In service to something greater to an ideal. You know it's transcendent. You Know I. Don't know if you've been in church but me I up going to church Black Christian churches, and there would be these things praise breaks. Where people will just dance, you know like in people. Falling out crying speaking in tongues does lose in. Just, dislike I've witnessed that actually witness there, right? And I always thought there was something wrong with me because I'm not falling on the floor with my eyes rolling back of my head. I didn't understand that as a kid to be honest, but I got older and I realize I understood it I started to look at I. Got I got this obsession with just watching those? Those price breaks on Youtube like for hours due to be sitting there, watching it, and I will be feeling what they finish the I I'm fascinated that these people are just regular working class people in releasing all the hidden. In life and they're and they're celebrating. A lot of them broke. A lot of got problems working class. The proletarian would call it, but they're in there celebrating. Like state like nobody's been such like you've never seen anybody celebrate beforehand. All celebrating is life essentially. They're celebrating their thankfulness for. Everything that they've been through in life in that guy has got them through in their life, and like they're celebrating something more transcendent than themselves and I thought that that was so. Amazing in that realization hit me. I mean we're already made a music like that anyway. Not Necessarily Gospel. I think there's just I think beyond. The religious aspect of it is that it's made for something higher. I like that because I think if we're just talking hip hop, it's strictly generational, because a because of the social distancing a lot of people watching these Timberland versus Swiss beats instagram battles, and it was trending the other day that these these young audiences think that Kanye is better than Quincy Jones, not because they're comparing catalogs, but I really don't think people understand the extent of Quincy Jones's re they really. Define the whole role of producer as we know it today like he's one of the main cast that did that like he's an Impresario. He did so much more than just music even. He started. I mean he helped start the grandma's. But. He also started all these put music publications like Spin Vibe and I think the same for a lot of people with you. I love his Z. stuff, but you don't realize is. He produced on the backstreet boys album. You know what I'm sayin'. And then and then he produced for the clips and then Jay Z.. Back to Britney Spears Quincy could do Michael Jackson and then produce on the boys in the hood soundtrack. You know over the next ten years. We could see cam on Amelia Island Song. You know it doesn't need to be in a box, you know. I grew up. You mentioned where the sidewalk in another play that in on cassette in the car. You know that will probably blow your kid's mind if you did want to. So he said Oh. Gary, those I don't know if they can handle it, but we'll see. It is Gary Yo but I I got less savings, so we can do anyone can i. don't know if I wanNA. Teach my zero about death and loss yet, but we'll we'll. If there's any way to for for them to learn it. I think the way shows oversight, does it? And what else I walk INS, such amazing metaphor like to me. It's like it's so deep. You know talking about the. The certainty that is you know the to me decide. What's I walk ends represents like. That path! Into Hill that leads you. To Heaven I think that's something that everybody has to go through an lifetime to go through. The reached the point where the sidewalk ends where everything you know. Is No more. To go through this. This. Gary Place dark unknown, which is what the is going to do right now incidentally. To me but In it's so amazing. He put that in this in a children's book. That concept and I think the thing about those intentions in those messages and all that I think a lot of them are subliminal. 'cause I wasn't thinking about that as a kid, but it subliminal because the subconscious mind like you have to trust in the fact that this causes mine is always picking up on all the symbolism of all of the subliminal messages, an all of the stuff that you put in there even when the conscious mind is not aware and. A lot of people are like afraid to go over people's heads. You know people are like. When it with when it comes to art like they're like well, I don't want over their head. I WanNa just be understood. And the thing is like you always understood even when you're not understood. Even when people don't know that they still understand, they get it. Yeah I. Think you do psychedelics and read Shel Silverstein your minds. Iowa just opened up bigger than you ever thought it would. All my goodness. Yeah, like looks to shut. It was like. A. A big part of my life I mean I don't like I'm not like one of those psycho nuts out there to. Do that all the time, but something that. Delegates -periences something that. has influenced my life. Hasn't to the unconscious. Some people that are that kind of believe in the universe kind of pushing a narrative on you, and if you pay attention, it can kinda work in your favor. Absolutely, absolutely, that's what symbolism is all about every the? Of course I have absolute. That book I love is about. It's like the guy that goes through the. Following through the story pretty much gets to the story by interpreting the symbolism in his life, and just leaves them right back to where we started yet you which is was I. Love that it's like. You know I started to develop an interest in. Sacred! Art recently I'm really into art in general, but you know the I realize guiding in Pajot. Who A has his youtube channel all about symbolism me, but he talks about The symbolism. Of Death and birth at are like happening simultaneously and a lot of religious art works in particular, the native seen. the birth of Jesus how he's shown like as as a baby in a major 'cause you know born in a manger. The major is is the is this little? This thing that animals eat food out of. But he was on that, but like the the way that the manger in this particular painting was painted, it was painted with ornaments on the side, and which is not typical of a manger, but it is typical of the casket, because major is supposed to double as a as a resting place as a coffin. So, but so in the fact that the the baby was born in this major, that also looks like a coffin. It symbolizes the simultaneous nature of death and birth, and how they're both the same and that's like. The end is the beginning. and. You know that's represented on the NFL. Commissioner's represented on the acid. The end is the beginning. I think that's that's why resonates I think that's. Probably why resonates with people so much like why? It just blew the fuck up? It's congruent with this basic truth that we see all the way in the Nativity scene. In all this religious work, it's the same basic truth to end is the beginning my album in the same way as called with a song called. The Moon becomes the day, so there's there's album though it's it's been leaked. It's been talked about for years and finally. GonNa come to fruition. This is the type of. Symbolism in detail the you want people to pay attention to the album comes out. You don't want people to just listen to Lucy's navy. The vinyl works where you want people to listen to beginning an end because that's the way the story needs to be told. Absolutely, it's it's Nathan deep listening, which is something that we will stop doing? And not only that, but there's been a stigma about jazz, being old and uptight and how? Game Changers are breaking these perceptions and reigniting in interest in jazz among younger audiences, and you have people like Ben Shepard adding layers to your work as well. Either In black holes Egypt. Claims. Yes been! Then Ben's several man incredible. You're right, and you know my thing is what I'm trying to do. Is something. That's pretty radical and making. Making a hip hop album is. That is designed the same way like. Kill people tend to think. Party. They think that it's deep listening. Anything. Deeper in there, but at the same time. Even, the old, his even the Golden Age of hip hop as much as I. Am inspired by my thing is I'm always trying to listen to things and just pool. What I can from it 'cause. My logic is. I exist you know, I'm here I have this gift of music, so I need to do something I need to take it to a new place. Were hasn't been before. That's my responsibility and I think it's interesting. 'cause it, it can be controversial sometimes for me to express this to my peers over the years. 'cause a lot of them, they insist. that. There's a greatest producer that they will never be better than or they'll never be able to transcend, or there's a greatest artist you know there's they insist that in this idea of a perfect music. and. the golden age of hip hop kind of represents that for hip hop for some people and I think I. Don't look at it that way I look at I listen to it and I love it and I and I'm trying to find how it could be better, but with that said that the biggest compliment that I can afford you is you could've took the t pain approach like hey, look. I sang the hook for Y'all now I've got a song album and I'm calling in favors. And I'm sure anyone you've collaborated with. They'd work with you, but you want this to be more about you. Rather than all star cast is going to this kind of twist that narrative taking ownership of this project and I love the absolutely, it's it's. Like And it's not just about me. but it's more so about me having the. The creative control over it can be what it's supposed to be because I think that the record, the music makes itself, and it uses us as an instrument me. Personally I'm trying to make I'm trying to direct people to some higher than me. You know like that's why I chose. I decided a long time ago. Against doing you know photographs, myself portrait of myself as the album. Are you know I? I decided against that because I because I realized that like. Doing that points back to me. And I don't WanNA point to me. You know a lot of podcast, Kinda talk about hey, you know. What studio equipment did you craft this album? But I think learning about you and your philosophy. In your thought, process is going to get more people interested in an album than anything else. That's on I'm kind of hoping I. Did that and I? Do want to end this podcast by saying. It really was my dream to have you do the soundtrack pixar soul coming out because I think you paired up with a Pixar movie is definitely. It's going to happen and I'm going to put them to the. Thank you, thank you. That's crazy. What is this soul? It's the one where they're finally featuring black people. It's about a jazz musician and he dies, and he comes back to try to figure out the meaning I guess it's that whole deeper thing. Let the trailer Yeah Yeah, okay. I'm GonNA definitely take that. Crazy says that the music's done by res-. Ner Atticus Ross see that doesn't make sense, are you going to nine inch? Nails will do that doesn't make sense. It doesn't make any sense. Why didn't you get terrace Martin or Robert Glass for been incredible? But you know that's what my album is. GROWN ASS. Kid To me is is an animated is the animated musical you're talking about is the animated musical that I always wanted to see as a kid in never saw. But it was an animated musical that is made. where the music is made. From my perspective. But not only that, but the story even is made from my perspective I. Think they wouldn't like pick even if they tried him they wanted to. They couldn't do this, they can't. They can't do this because they don't have the The perspective in a life experience necessary. To do. What I'm doing, we're GONNA. Ask You. To me is a musical is just the score to that musical as they don't have the resources to actually make it. At least not yet having music resources actually make the movie that goes with it, but it's literally animated musical. You can imagine Tamblyn and Randy Newman coming together and scoring a musical about a you know a kid. Who has to save music more mean. We've covered a lot of ground in our. Cam, you're a scholar and gentleman man. Thanks for being here. Thank you and same to you same to you. Man I love that that you created the space for us to have this conversation because I don't really get to talk about these things anyone and I'm in like you've you've doing something right because you created the space for it to happen? Yeah I love that and I would love to talk to US Mormon. Door's always open man always. Definitely come back in the fall and we can talk about the album. We will. We will. This is a guided meditation on parenting. 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Help US take back America go to our American rights. Dot Com brought to you by the American Media Council. Thanks for tuning into Classic Radio Theatre here on your favorite station, a Barrie Craig. Confidential investigator detective drama heard on NBC from October one. Thousand Nine hundred, thirty one to June of nineteen. Fifty five Berry Craig worked alone from his Manhattan Madison Avenue Office Rather and Mike is Contemporary Sam, spade and Philip Marlowe craighead very laid back personality, cutting against the popular hard boiled detective stereotype, gargling a William Argon Plays Berry Craig. Also starred in the same role in an unsuccessful. Pilot written and directed by Blake Ed works a few years earlier Garg and played a similar character in the program. Martin Kane private eye, another show which I don't have many shows of at all. Let's hear this episode of Very Craig confidential investigator has was originally broadcast June fourteenth nineteen fifty-three. William Goggin Stars as Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Buying yourself a murder and run into pretty big money, but after that you've got nothing to worry about. The only charge for the chair you're invited to sit in. Is Electrical. Broadcasting Presents William Goggin in another transcribed drama, mystery and adventure with America's number. One Detective Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Mattie Craig speaking. been a confidential investigative for long enough. You don't surprise easy anymore long. Man named Adolf that Hanjiang. Couple of hundred bucks to help his wife by a hat and you don't lift an eyebrow. You take the couple of hundred and you meet Mrs back the next morning at the Beck apartment. Eight gone to work, but you don't miss him. Very, great very great. You wait sure. I S I couldn't very well go shopping this could. Not, unless you wanted to hold up traffic. You wait where the lady changes into something that won't hold up traffic. He decide you're being overpaid. Given the chance you'd watch. Mrs Becky where there wasn't a Nicholas. On. Traffic will be safe now. Sure I don't know about myself though. I'll hold it. I'll take a look outside face. Alice. Street looks novel. Let's go. Right such a lovely day. But that's my car. Can't we walk the shots not very far. Well. All right, but striper this way. I. Don't know exactly what you think. You'll protecting me from I. don't either. Your husband wasn't very generous with his information. Well, then it was generous with his money though I'm trying to own it. Would you believe me if I told you I didn't need any protection? Joel, but I believe your husband harder though. He's my client. I always believe my clients hotting all right, you go ahead and protect me then. Where's the hat shop? Keep right on a weight slowdown for that shop window. Yes! She's always got wonderful things in it. Oh Mr Crane. Stopped the car at once, okay? At bathing suit. Red. Looks like a bathing suit. Can, you imagine it on me? Yeah! What do you think? It's going to be a hot summer. I've got to try it on. Come on. Whatever you saying. I love to go shopping with a man I. Don't get much of a chance. Let with your husband eight Oh. He hates shop. Money. But. Can I show you that bathing suit? You have in the window. Madame has magnificent `test. It is an important, too. I hope I. Have Your Mom says? Oh. Or to get bought only three such suits. GM's Yo. It satisfies the law. No, I wouldn't know. How important it satisfies the eye of the husband. If of course, the white he's so charming as Adam charm is exactly what a girl needs for sued like that Oh maybe not, but madame has it no. She has got to try this on when. These. But I will find. Comfortable I think. I must congratulate Monsieur. There are not many women who would even dare to think of wearing such a suit. He's of course ridiculously expensive. It is, but monsieur will not mind paying. At USC woke I guess the kind of deal he's got. He pays likes it already. Way Pretends to like it. Madame Flora wasn't quite sure how to take that. So she shrugged her shoulders Jami, lay the way the French do and shut up. Kaime went by and I got restless. Miss Your looks forward to seeing his wife in the SUTA. Sure has been looking forward to it for too long. She's been in their over fifteen minutes. Plenty women always keeps her husband waiting. No I wouldn't know about that. I still think she's been there a long time. Would you mind Harare each Messrs inflation is? Yeah, then I go to advise mme. What's the Meta. The door she looked. Let me. Locks automatically to magic. No, it is necessary that one moves the latch. has moved the latch. SPEC Mrs Back. Mandatory, we get back of it I'm going to break the door down. Explain later right now. I'm in a hurry. Back he's been sued. SCAT. Nobody home. Not even in the closet. But that I won't go. The back of the shop was stolen. Daro? Nobody. Home Area I do not understand me both. You always keep that window open. One cannot because of the deeds. That's open now. Yeah short dropped the alley outside. She could have managed. The Opinion Madam Fleas. That could be the opinion. I'm Oh. Come on. They bathing still yeah, shave left behind. Goes. Fixing that door up. It's going to cost you a few bucks here ten. What the bathing suit back in stock! I've got a feeling much as Beck isn't going to return for it. There was no occasion for yelling for the police. Suspect had a right to use the back exit. She wanted deal. And there's no law against making a confidential investigator. Look Foolish. I took my foolish look over the becks office and let 'em stare at it, but. You shouldn't have let her back. Yes, you had to be a couple of hundred bucks to go shopping with your wife or the next week or so. You told me you worried about of course and the first thing you do, slip out of your thing. I never had them on. You didn't bother telling me. My job was to act Jalen I. Assume do realize the only thing I could realize what the you figured. She was in some kind of danger. Well, maybe she is maybe someone knowing. It was no anyone could have known. She was going to stop it. Matt employees and use the dressing room now. Disappearance had to be our own idea. Rupture right. It's a little too early to call in the missing persons bureau. She's been gone only for an hour. But I know some of the boys downtown. They might stretch regulation for me. No. No I don't want. The police involved she. She may simply have returned home. She did it the hard way or if she didn't. Craig. I want you to find it. Meaning you don't really think she went home whatever she went, you find her. The police do that kind of thing a lot better than a one man out that like I don't care. Okay your money, but I'll need a few leads leads. Left Mr Back New York's allies place also it's finished with trains, planes and buses leaving it every few minutes. I've got to have some idea where she might be heading. And why are else? I'm like I understand, but we'll do it the highway. Who was your wife before you marry? Her name was Lila Lilo. Lilo lawn. It sounds phony. It was her professional name by profession. She Sang. She was a club singer. She last date before giving it all up for a home and kitties she. She was singing the Romani Rendezvous Romany rendezvous each party. Fine Before marriage, wife was a singer named Lana lawn singing at the Romney rendezvous. Now. You tell me the rest what rest? You know somebody listening in would think I was working against you instead of foil. I had to drag this information automobile why? There's nothing wrong with the girls singing in a nightclub. Nothing to explain it disappearing acted. You're Shrewd Creek. Isn't that why you hired me? I didn't think shrewdness would be necessary. Way You talk people might get the idea. You didn't want our file I do. Okay then, what's the rest of it? Before. Before Lila married me she. She was sort of engaged to Eddie myron. What does he do pitch for the dodgers? He owns the Romney. Keep going well. Myron was very angry with Lila. And myself I suppose. I've always afraid that he might. Do something. That's why you hired me. Yes. Myron didn't grab your wife nobody did. That flight out of the back window employers with both unscheduled, and strictly on this understand many. Maybe she decided money wasn't everything luckier, Craig. This is terribly difficult for me and I'm not helping. All right, I'll get started. Only one thing yes, suppose I find it and she likes it where she is. All Beck had that was stricken staff. Didn't look good on them, and I didn't waste time admiring I got out. To William Dargin starring Barry Craig in just a moment. 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Lila Whigham Lila. FRIEND OF YOURS MR, Craig right good. Forget I ask. Mr Martens offices down the Carta. You can see the door from here, thanks. Take the SAT I don't show. I'll take the set. Thanks! I get so tired of being hit on the head. Out Say it we'd both be shocked. You're a little obvious. Friend asked me to walk in front of you. Go back to the dirty Napkins I'm sure you'd up now. Okay. Craig's made another friend. What I forgot to knock I'm terribly sorry. The name's Craig. I also forgot to shut the door behind me. Excuse me Mr Myron. Wonder if there's a luck. Now I feel better. I'd hate to have anyone. Walk in of my back was turned to him. got a permit. That gun got any power to ask no. No that makes us even. Now puts me one ahead. I got the gun. Some days I can't keep score with a done this some fancy kind of hold them. You wouldn't keep your dough and here I wouldn't. But. You might know that very craig. Stand. Your remember I'm a confidential investigator, which makes it unlikely I'm after your Joe and maybe I haven't got as high in opinion of investigators. You had your misunderstanding me hurting my feelings. All I'm after as companionship Mine Lila. Lila You took too long on that one fella. Your Business has got something to do with Lila Lawn. The name's familiar so is the lady so what I'm looking for him. Know any better places? Try to beck residents I already have. Then we both don't know. I don't know a thing. You Do scintillating dialogue, but William Guardian made it work Berry Craig confidential investigator from sixty seven years ago. Today June fourteenth nineteen, fifty, three here on Classic Radio Theatre we'll have the news of that date sixty seven years ago, coming up next here on this Sunday edition of Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. 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Thanks for tuning in on this Sunday edition of Plastic Radio Theater and episode the Berry Craig Confidential Investigator starring, William, Oregon has was originally broadcast. Sunday June fourteenth nineteen, fifty three in the newspapers of that Sunday. Sixty seven years ago. These were some of the headline. Republican. Senator tapped has thrown his weight behind the move within the Senate Appropriations Committee. Should slashes substantial amount perhaps more than a billion dollars off the Eisenhower Administration's five point four seven four billion dollar foreign aid request. This puts tapped at odds with the secretary of State John. Foster Dulles Mutual Security Director Harold, e, Stassen, and presumably with President Eisenhower himself. A showdown seemed imminent today between the UN Command and south. Korea's president. Syngman re in a race to end his opposition and get him in line ahead of the signing of a truce with the Communists at Panmunjom, but as developments pointed toward a quick armistice, the seventy eight year old South Korean leader, prior to new blast, eat announced the impending truce as a play, grit sellout and called for an immediate mutual security pact with the United States to placate his people. Meanwhile street demonstrations in career, raging through the fifth day in mounting opposition to a truce reached the point. Point yesterday where US soldiers fired carbines over the head of stone, throwing youths more than ten thousand demonstrated in Seoul, another ten thousand demonstrated in Poussin and from Bern Switzerland changed her mind yesterday, and decided to serve on the Korean armistice in prisoner of war commissions, regardless of whether South Korea accepts the terms hammered out by the communists and the United. Nations Command Divisional. Colonel Fritz Reiner retired sixty two appointed the leader, one hundred man military mission from this traditionally neutral country join missions from Sweden Poland and Czechoslovakia in supervising the armistice as soon as the armistice is signed. East Germans red boss Walter old brick. Faber and trusted agent in the stalin-era reportedly on the skids last night for opposing new soviet-backed efforts for unity of Germany, such action runs contrary current dv Soviet. Policy undertaken in east, Germany in the maneuverings of the post-stalin regime of Premier Georgy Malikov in Moscow. Leading West Berlin Socialist newspaper said Albright was denounced by his own, so we zone polit. Bureau. Is Now we're appeared yesterday to have won enough key votes to extend the excess profits tax, but it was uncertain whether the votes could ever be cast congressman. Read of New York Republican chairman, the House Ways and Means Committee assailed the Levian new, and gave no sign of calling the committee together for a showdown vote winding up two weeks, appearings read declared the administration failed to make a case for the vicious excess profits tax. He renewed his campaign and let the let me die as scheduled on June thirtieth and to reduce individual income taxes by ten percent at the same time. A Negro physician who was accepted for seven years as a white man and experience at four on the basis of the motion picture lost boundaries has been dropped effective July fifth as radiologist at Elliot Community, hospital in Keene, new, Hampshire Chester Kingsbury President of the hospital board of Trustees said the hospital was let go for neglect of duties and said was race did not enter into it. Kingsbury saying the only bone of contention was the amount of time Dr Albert, C Johnson devoted to hospital procedures, the doctor who came to the hospital in one, thousand, nine forty, said the board objected the amount of time he was devoting to private practice. He said he would not thank request for his resignation. While the Navy Postmaster General, Summer Field said yesterday, the post offices powerless to four Senator Joseph McCarthy, the Republican. Wisconsin to pay for mail. It said he sent free and should have paid for. Our Walter, the assistances summerfield in charge of public relations, said former Postmaster General Jesse M. Donaldson notified McCarthy last October. He should pay for male. He had set out under his congressional franking privileges. Speaking of Senator McCarthy the Republican Wisconsin said yesterday. The Justice Department should go all out to investigate those individuals guilty of treason or of sleeping at their posts of duty during the Korean War in a speech delivered for a prepared for delivery before the Wisconsin Republican convention Senator McCarthy said these individuals whom he did not name must be guilty of one or the other. In those some of the day's top new stories is reported in the newspapers Sunday June fourteenth nineteen fifty-three on your radio, Barrie Craig confidential investigator, which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. Thing you do. What makes you think that I tossed line along the name and your head way is? Try to toss this blackjack at. That wasn't very nice. Have he missed? How does he feel about it painful? I hope it doesn't show too badly. I wouldn't want the place to get a bad name. We're getting away from Lila, lawn. I haven't been near and months. That's why you're headway was so sensitive. I could pry loose from him. Okay. Maybe, I could use you on my side. Maybe even I might need you. Yeah I got a call from Lila early this morning. First Time, I'd heard from us and she got married must've been a surprise. A pleasant surprise, she wanted me to meet A. She was upset. Beck was running short of money. Well Beckett seems was running after another blood. That's what Lila said. Ask what she said. She wanted me to meet a rapid creek dam what's creek. I got a kind of Cunty jet there maybe an hour out of the city. She wanted you to meet her up there this morning. You agreed agreed. I drove up there. The carnage was van and Lila. No Hung around for maybe a couple of hours then I started thinking. Somebody was playing something. I made fast time back to time I worried. Boy Let's ahead with you. Tank with guys instructions. He'd been with me all day in the apartment. While you're breaking down and telling me all will partially, because boy lost his head when you mentioned lawn, that would make him a good witness and partially. Because I don't even know what I was being set up for. I'd like you to find out. I've already got a client. Bank yeah. What's your job for him finding his wife? That won't have to conflict with anything. I want you to do one client at the time. All I can handle, but if I find anything that might interest you. You'll hear from me. Or maybe from the police That was thrown into. Worry him. He was already worried, but maybe not about the right thing. Even at that he was ahead of. I didn't even know what the right things were. were. I checked with back. His wife was still out. That left me a choice I could do nothing. You could try the Creek Dale and According to Myron, that was a dead end, but he could be alive. Even the naming you're the sheriff me. I guess they tell you right. I'm very Craig Potential Investigative. New York. I saw that so I am figuring on setting up business and Greek Dan not exactly something else. I came up here to look through Eddie Myron cottage. Yeah! I thought I might find something there. I drove to the cottage before stopping here at up. The college wasn't very good shape. Somebody was careless with matches. Look at I, don't. Place was burned to the ground. When did it happens? Sheriff is half known I don't know the exact time started couldn't have been later than twelve or all any ideas about why it started, or who started it Figuring on maybe fine and in the cottage Michigan. Something, that might lead me to a lost lady. I saw. What my! For, namely, Lila Lawn perhaps recently Mrs. Adolf Beck. amp. Okay. have. You found it. In the cottage. Like I. Couldn't have identified. All you can tell us that she was blonde. Enough of the skin on her fingers left to get half dozen prints. No doubt about her dentist. She's Lila Lawn. Michigan's back. He was pretty watch yeah. Sure could fire, but said earlier the noon say. Thank. Dr Peabody. He's got no idea she was dead or not. GonNa find out. Over. You got ideas. I got I did. Names attached to them not yet. Wow. You'll get in touch with me if you get around to Tachin names. I'll get in touch with in goodbye, sheriff. Just minutes? Yeah? DACA peabody couldn't swear whether she was alive or not when the fire got to. Swear something. What's that? You had a couple of bullets in our law. Sheriff didn't have any expression on. His face could read when he let me have it. I held the post from. It couldn't think of anything else got out. I didn't mind a long drive back to the city. I needed it. Stayed Off Beck hadn't been lovely to look at. Shopping. Boil it's not boiled. We were finished for the night, not exactly. What do you want now? I've been up to Creek Dale. And I hope you got more out of the trip than I. Did this morning I got more. Tell me about. Your cottage is never going to be the same again termites. What time did you leave that this morning around twelve? Wait a minute. At sounds like somebody's checking alibis. Maybe somebody is. Alibis for what are some for one thing. I send. Your cottage was burned to the ground sometime today. Maybe you're Kelly with cigarettes I don't. Think you get Outta here? Okay, but nobody really worries about Austin in connection with a cheap summer cottage. What do they worry about? Lila lawn is never gonna be the same again either. The Conclusion Berry Craig confidential investigative from sixty seven years ago, June fourteenth nineteen fifty-three comes up in just three minutes on this Sunday edition of Classic Radio Theater. This weight L. Root for the Megamall magazine Goal Dot Com the megamall. Is Your one stop online shopping mall for great MAC and trump caps. Flags facemask coins, jewellery, and other products. They even have magic cowboy hats. 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Stream. If you miss a day, you don't have to Mrs Show now. The conclusion of Barrie Craig confidential investigators starring William Argon from sixty seven years ago. June fourteenth, Nineteen fifty-three. Them I didn't give him much of a chance to respond to that. I walked out. Ever give him an opportunity to figure out what his response would be. I had another job. I. Coming thanks! Well. It's very late. I hadn't noticed. I hope you've got something to report I. Have you found? Yeah, splendid word is Coming back to me. I don't think she's got any choice in the matter. I hope you didn't fully reason. She's got no choices because she's dead. Yeah. Shortest way sometimes the kind of She was shot, and then burned to death in the summer. Cottage belongs to Eddie Myron. She got back to him for awhile. It seems like. Maybe a shorter while she figured on how they arrested him not yet. They'll get around with once. They tighten up a few things. The way it goes? Your Wife Duck made this morning phone Myron and met him at cottage shortly before twelve. What happened and why right after that? We don't know for sure. We do know is that Myron headed back for the city sometime after twelve. And sometime after twelve is also when the cottage started burning. Then it's it's not really proof though no. That's why Myron not under arrest. He's a suspect. You could be one to me. You're joking. You've got a funny sense of. Motive. Another woman! According to myron anyway. But that doesn't matter. Because I saw you ten minutes after your white ducked out. I spent time with you. You couldn't have made it up to the cottage and time for the shooting in the burning. Not, after I left you, Oh, then you were joking. Just showing you how tricky these things can be. Anyway the main reason I came to tell you my jobs over. Wife's and. I walked out. He didn't see me to the dog. Loved to aided. The fact that she was dead, meant something. I got out into the street and started walking. Not Far. Somebody else's walking behind me. I stop. He stopped. This wasn't my idea of fun. But it didn't matter because still another guy showed up. He didn't notice either of it, but we noticed him I would after him. They hired man when after me? Must have made quite a procession. He turned off the pavement and walked into one of the small houses. They still keep in new. York City to prove at once upon a time. It was a nice place to live in I, gave them a few minutes and then. I waited for the doorbell to be answered. I scribbled a note on my card and dropping. Give the man following something come on. These. Police. Let's shut the door. I don't want. To, know impersonated the COP this. Mrs! Beck, who sounds? Like. Maybe you're embarrassed. By the way you duck me and Madame flurries this morning. I never did get to see how you looked in that red bathing suit. Terribly, late, it hasn't even begun to be laid Mrs Beck. I've got a problem bothering. According to the police in two fingerprints which never lie. This beck is dead I. You're not dead, are you? Know, which leads me to a very funny conclusion. You're not. Mrs Back. You don't think that conclusion is very funny I. Don't know what you want. What's your thing Ontario? Eddie Myron, said backwards, running after another blind. Your Blonde. So as Mrs back I figured he's still haven't. Maybe you were holding out for marriage. I would no I'm not asking. But back decided he'd have to get rid of his wife. Yoga or make a date with Eddie Marlin. She was scared I. Guess. So, we went to work. got. Hold of me hired me to go shopping with his wife. Got Hold of you got to pretend you worries wife until he could Duck Creek Deo kill his actual wife. Wait Myron left the cottage and discussed then set fire. Silly got back to the city by twelve. You were still alive according to what my testimony would have to be. Then you disappear. So I think becky couldn't have killed his wife. But he did. You prove it I'm not doing anything myron. Put himself at the scene of the murder at the time of the murder one. If. He'd killed the girl. He wouldn't have done that. Therefore the rest of his story has got to be believed. That leaves you. I followed back here. If you turned out to be someone I'd never met before fine. becks and the clear, but you're not. saw what else do I need killing Craig. They came out of the woodwork back. Why don't you introduce me to the lady who's going to hang with you? Excuse me they go hanging when. Stop It. I didn't know about his plans to kill Lila. He just told me it was a gag for a divorce a that's not bad any jury with men. This side of the on it go for that. Back it looks like you take it along, I don't take anything. I can take care of her. Only trouble is back. Getty Myron was worried about me. He trail meteoric place the trail both of us here. I dropped a note to him when I came in advised him to pick a good seat. He's outside that window. I'll take care of you. You. I wasn't lying. myron winged boy put. Police, thanked him. They tossed me a polite nod to. They didn't seem to mind finding the lost lady either. Headquarters would be a brighter place for a little while. I wouldn't be hanging around waiting for her to come out though. I don't like bathing suits. You're listening to William Goggin in another exciting transcribed mystery drama from the adventures of Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Story the Lost Lady was written by Liu Bits and there you have the announcer. Of course. Yes, that is Don Pardo June fourteenth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three Berry Craig, confidential investigator. Right around classic radio. Theater, would you do me a favor? 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Lion Lo and behold I find out. I'm forrest. Says the footnote the Taurus. Girls get married very young. Far as I'm concerned now. I know why the sign is referred to as Taurus the bull. Believe me, I'm not getting any younger and every June. I look at the wedding announcements in the newspapers and you know something. My name is fair. And as far as Richard Rhinelanders concerned I've tried everything from pulling pedals off the days sleeping on a piece of wedding cake, all I ever got out of. It was a house full of ants. Not The only one who does a bit of moaning. Of June, even Irma's affected right now. She's looking at a picture of a June bride and the newspaper. The look on her face is a complete blank. Irma, yes, Jane! What's fascinating? Look what it says about this bride in the paper. When Miss Doors Alber walks down the aisle, she'll be wearing her great grandmothers lover around her neck. Let me, see this. Permit that's livelier. Got The other words right. Aren't. Just. Yeah lovely and lucky especially this one. Isn't she adorable? Yes, and our babies are cute to. Babies yes, an artist is drawn their pictures all around the bride's photograph. Those cupid's. If Richard, ask you marry him. Where would you go for the honeymoon? The nearest sanitarium for shock treatment. Albany, where would you like to spend your? Oh Allah has already made reservations. We're going to stay at eight to to wall. Street eight to to Wall Street or maize Mr. Clydes Office at eight to four. Yes, when we're on a honeymoon AL doesn't want me to be late for work. That's surprised me. Your wedding ring will probably have a built in alarm clock. Jane this is out. He's Irma just. Permits for you. Give a hint. It's the one person in the country who celebrates three hundred and sixty five holidays a year. Wow honey. And got a couple of free tickets to a show. How would you like to take Hark? I take anybody it will be you. Know Chicken. Hobby is a Broadway show. Would you go to the matinee this afternoon? Well chicken pick you up late and look chicken since we're going to the theater mingling with that classic crowd. That's going to stop. Sandwiches. By? O. Janice wonderful else. He need to see Harvey. We show is well. It's a comedy I haven't seen it yet. They say it's very good. It's about a rabbit called Harvey on. You can't see them no wonder else getting the tickets for nothing. Well, as long as I'm with Al, I don't care what I don't see. A wonderful. In June off Fellas seem wonderful includes my. Richie Practice saying I do, but so long that when I walked down the street, mumbling to myself, people say. Do you realize you're out of your mind and I say I do? Jane wouldn't be wonderful if the floor of us were married, live right next door to each other. Richard Coming home from. The office AL coming home from a hard bench in the park. But. It would be so nice for our children. The children thought of that I guess there would be. A Little Jane Little Irma would be asking little Jane. Questions all day. I won't have it. Jay Because I would want my daughter to be prematurely grey the age of four. You're just kidding Jane. Isn't that wonderful daydream like this? He have our judge. Propose by the wedding. Ring myself by your own wedding away all. No, you wouldn't. That's one thing I. Will you do so now? You may have to work after you're married, but you'RE GONNA start out like lady. G You know I can't wait to go to the theater. What did you say Harvey was about about a man with drink and imagine he sees rabbits. Me Professionally. My little dishes, one food for thought the other food for squirrels. Little. Joke I picked up in the. Morning. I! Came down here to get too little information is the word witch an adverb preposition well the word, which is a Pronoun Tori, maybe you. How do you WANNA use it. The Mrs O'reilly? You out an old rich. Besser. Why don't you stop teasing for Mrs Riley after all? She's the kind of person who likes to live and left. The things she lets live in my room. Why why don't you forget? Mrs? O'Reilly as landlady just think of her as a woman. But they had to stop it either way I. Find Myself Hating my own mother. What the older stuff for! Your Matt. Harvey. Yes Grigson imagine he sees man. Yes and pink psychiatrists. Come in. I love girls. They, professor. Mrs Iraq. No, please don't get excited Mrs. Set you girls. Look at you, think of a man who takes to the playground in the at night. Let's go up and down on a seesaw for two hours. I think that's very romantic. Well, that's what I thought. I got off and found a tighted the other end the board. I'm sorry Mrs Alley. Wasted by use of the. Do you think after how nice to me I could play a dirty trick like that done. Mr Riley. What did you do for? Just a few little intimate touches for his room. You know the leak in my bathroom pipe extent. Around And you know that old fashioned gas though I got the one the gas escaping from or she gain you a new stove. She gave me a gas mask. Well. This is all very touching. Will be here any minute. You better be ready to go all right Jane? Who Do you? Ask taking me to the theater to see. Oh. It's been such a long time since I've been to see A. Little Hot. To forget all that excitement and shooting you see. She was sitting right next to Mr, Lincoln. Ship. Owner I almost got came here for. Lips got called. The office and she wanted me to tell you the. Back again at one, o'clock Komo, Mrs, O'Reilly I'll take you to the movie around the corner. The showing do pictures today, the emperor volts, and the story of Your Life So, evil my love. Girls. Go to Lima Pakistan it'd be around that obnoxious girlfriend of yours calls. O. J. Why can't you get along with Amber Irma honey I I know she's one of your best friends, but tell me. Why is it the minute she gets here? She has to take off her shoes strut around barefooted. I would mind if for feet were shapely. The believe me if they had is each one of them could pass bearskin rug. That's not ambitious. Fault for her feet hurt her. You see she's employed in a brewery. She's a barrel kicker. Kicker yeah, she walks around the brewery barrels, seeing which ones are empty. Listen to those stories. She makes your friend, amber lip Scottish, just a clumsy lazy with a temper and I. Don't want anything to do this. Yes amber this is Jane. He WanNa talk to. What Why do I have to answer the phone? I happened to live here. Why do I have to live why? Give it to me Jane Hello. Amber, this is. How am I going to keep our living with someone beneath Me James Love Beneath Mitch lead right here in the same room. Thanks wrong. What is it amber? You sound excited. You can't tell me that you'll be right over. All right. I will leave goodbye. I wonder what she's so excited about. I don't know honey personally I. don't want to have anything to do with far as I've been searched. He's the car. Sis. Vocal person in the world. Never heard sounds so thrilled I. wonder what it can be probably wrestling gorgeous George next week. COMMU NOW Jane Hi Chicken. Hello L. Honey. Sorry, I'm late. Chicken was trying to interest a banker in my latest deal. Another one of your deals. When is it this time putting windows and cigar boxes selling for television sets. Nothing so. This is a special device to eliminate backseat driver. How do you do that ASS imple-? The car has to exhaust pipes. One of them goes into the back seat. Chicken, take my own off to the matinee. Can't go go. Why not well Ambra live Scottish coming over to discuss something important and and I promised I. be here chicken. After all the trouble I went to to get these tickets I'm sorry how such a shame to waste could see. Cain yes Jane in the past. You and I and had many differences, but this could cost based on heredity. Well in your family to be ambitious is considered the virtue. Family, it has come to be looked upon as Z. Outside of this slight difference Jane. Had And I've always hoped. It was sort of Youtube. Why are you driving at out? Well? I was wondering if you'd like to go. Outside of chicken, there is no one I would rather take. Ally? I never had anything personal against you and send you. Put it this way and it Burma WanNa Jack. Why won't you know what they say? Share the well. Well, what do you say Jane? Be Delighted. Let. Let me tell you I may not be able to take your long pocket. You like your boyfriend Richard Does, but believe me on our way to get a hot dog at the waterfront. We will cross pocket. This is the living history the by any. Yes, along chicken. When we get back, we'll tell you the whole plot. You don't have to have I trust you. 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Go to our American rights dot com brought to you by the American Media Council. An outstanding cast on my friend, Irma, not only Marie Wilson, but Kathy Lewis's Jane John Brown as Al Marie Wilson Boyfriend and you know John Brown who also played Digby Odell? Vo Friendly Undertaker also Hans. Conrad is Professor Pumpkin and Glory Gordon Portraying. The landlady a fun show more of my friend. Irma from June fourteenth, nineteen, Forty, eight here on Classic Radio, theatre. Here that Lady's The music for the stance of a lovely. And the violins whispering a beauty. Swan has that. That's important Swan Hill does give you something. No other so can offer. Swan differs from other sources. You know it does because you can feel the difference just by running your fingers over a cake and Swan. You can feel that extra smoothness. The direct result of Swan Super Dream Land and One term super clean. Feel that Rich Bill Away Swan. Lather a special that no other soap can give you because no other soap has gone super dreams bland. This one leather cleanses so gently stole thoroughly and then rinse away so completely that it leaves your skin looking softer. Smoother. Younger. Has you'll find out that the swan looked is a young. You'll teen beauty in your skin, so please don't forget. Ron Has Bats Super Green. You would Richard takes me to the matinee. He hails a cab picks up a box of candy hands me corsage. Watching the show from in the third row, but this is. So. He hailed a cab driver what time it was! Found out, we had time to walk. He picked tootsie. Roll handed me the rap earn. We ended up watching the show from the third balcony. Where we are sitting, not only harvey. The rabbit is invisible, but so is the cast. I must say allies enjoying himself immensely though he hasn't stopped smiling since he went to sleep. This whole thing is a mistake. I was FRY oh. Hugh Jackson. I don't like to interrupt your dreams, but I paid a dollar twenty tax on those free tickets of yours. I like to have you seen the show Sarah. Jane just can't keep away. Don't Dame's on the show. Last. You have chorus girls look Jane as much as I love chicken, I am still normal man. I'm prefer watching course an animal. I got the feeling that once. You've seen one rabid. You've seen him all. Talk No do by all means. Allows here to your roommate out, yeah! That's good I can't stand that snooty girl. You mind if I take my shoes off, it helps me to speak freely. Amber hope you have something important county because I passed up going to the theater with how have I got something important? You know my boyfriend Gerald the Jackie O amber. Don't tell you finally hooked him hype. Wound is the word. I got him clean, dressed and on ice or get married this afternoon. After the seventh race. Amber! I didn't know what to say out. To happy all thanks. Everyone's been surprised at the track. They gave a party for Gerald and me. They put us in the winner's circle draft horse horseshoe flowers around my neck and weighed me in. Sentimental. Tell me how you come along with al every time I I ask what's holding up our wedding? He says Magnon Ah. That Spanish for money. To tell me I went to school. On. Honey. Oh Hi Hello Hey. You Austin await, didn't you? Drive. To isn't easy were. Wait until you hear the wonderful news ambush getting married this afternoon world congratulations. was nothing he knew he'd have to do it sooner or later. Right crippling. What time does a wedding cake place at five o'clock at my apartment, and that's why I dropped by. You GotTa, do me a favor. Certainly ever. What is it well? I'm going to be tied up with the makers until four thirty so I wondered. If you take this fifty dollars with this slip to case, jewelry store and pick up my wedding ring. Glad to do you want us to come to the wedding? We'll of course I do honey. You're my friend and I don't care what kind of a wedding present to bring me just so long as united of it. We'll get the ring for you. Shall I bring Jane along to know thanks? They'll be enough crumbs around after we cut the wedding cake. Thought, we should try to understand jayme underneath it all. She's a wonderful person. That's where I'd like to see your underneath it all. Not Getting my way too long honey. Let's see what happens here. This is getting interesting June. Fourteenth thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight, my friend Irma here on Classic Radio Theater. Don't forget if you miss a day. You don't have to miss a show. Just go to my web page over it. Classic Radio Dot Stream back in a moment. SEATTLE! Introducing the her journey around, the world started in are overflowing bathroom sink policy from American family insurance insure carefully dream fearlessly. Get a quote, find an. Visit AMFAM DOT COM for homeowners policy information. 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Start Your journey to better health today by calling one, eight, hundred, two, four, six, eight, seven, fifty, one, or by going to balance of nature dot com again that's balanceofnature dot com, and make sure to receive this special radio offer by using Discount Code USA. Thanks for joining us here on Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. Now the conclusion of my friend Irma came fourteenth, nineteen, forty, eight fifty back. Amber gave that honey for the ring? I'll put it back on the table. You misunderstand. Chicken was merely thinking of getting the most out of this money rambler. Maybe I can get a better ring for less money and with a Dole I save we her wedding. And there's only one man who can help them. Who Else but hello? Got A problem want to pick up a wedding ring cheap. What shall I do? Shake hands listened McHugh. She's been on a diet. The ring is loose. At no no joe must be like. Stop calling you about things that legitimate is giving you a bad name voice. Understand your position goodbye noble. I look out. Forget about getting bargains. Let's just go out and get a wedding present fram version. Take Long Slip Grandma's ring. No, we might lose it. Leave it on the table until we come back. Chicken ti which we were getting married like Amber Gerald. Chicken oh Allah, if you if you knew how dream the day went, I'll hold our Senate my arms. Chicken. How do you know it'll be a boy? Oh. You don't know about those things you're so naive. I wrote to the stark. Fast. Food that's too bad I. wanted to tell him that I like the way she so the button on my shirt, but that I can't get the shirt off the table because you're so shirt, the. Well! You know this is Joan and Irma is very much. Love struck that before I left for the theater Emma was in such a romantic mood that she said how would marry her. She'd by the ring herself well, lots of people are desperate to get marriage. Amy Take Mrs O'Reilly she says I will marry her. She will have her face lifting. But I'm terrified that the thought of what they might find underneath. I know that are just exaggerating and she wouldn't. Oh my goodness. What's on the table? There? Kay Jewelers one wedding ring balanced fifty dollars. No, she said she would, and now she's done it. She's buying her own wedding ring. Show album area. Nature was very cruel to her gave us such a big heart. There was nothing left to put in her head. Well not going to get away with. This works too hard for her money to go spending it on a wedding. Heavens without wants to marry. Let him by the raid. Bank deposit this money right back in her account, but the bank calls no well I'll put it in the night depository professor. I'll see you later. This'll teach your lesson. Nobody here. How can you better get dressed? If you WANNA get in time, don't forget. We gotta pick up Amas ring all right now. For the ring is gone can meet. You. Can I come in with you. Gene, guess what happened I know what happened that money? You're going to spend on a wedding ring for yourself so this low ver could marry. You is back in the bank where it belongs. In the bank. And the bank is closed close. Why are you to acting as though someone had just gotten killed? We said that Jane. Sounds like a pretty good ringside. Description of what's GonNa. Happen to you. To me. What are you talking about Jane? That fifty bucks belongs to amp ellipse cut. It was for her weaponry. If her wedding is called off on account of your meddling, she may hit the ceiling. It'll be, would you? Know what am I GONNA do? I don't WanNa get involved terrible monster. Owe! If I can only get fifty dollars, you could get the ring. Let me see I, think I've got four dollars you're. How much have you got? What he twenty eight thirty to forty one dollar. mind. What have you got? going. Know Mrs Riley? Your Voice. She misses a rally. Have you got fifty dollars? You should have asked me this morning before I went to the beauty parlor. Spent all that money and the beauty parlor. It big I have to is I don't. Won't work. Come me. Well. I guess this is. Kids might as well get ready to face. Now it's a matter of time nothing more. On and I'm just sitting here. Waiting for the inevitable. Alanon has been very solicitous keeps humming and singing Jeremy. The. Thinking is a little worse than anything. Amber could do me. Ask for Allah's really concerned. He keeps glancing through my papers to make sure all my insurance policies are paid up. After five o'clock, and by now ambers either married without a ring on our way over here with murder in her heart. Oh. If only I hadn't put the money in the bank. By Jane Coming. Now look for. Let me you don't have explain, but that's the kind of person you are. What you don't have to talk, you just see those same thing. Dot Nacho enough with the ring. You didn't want me to be married. Now. Hold it amber. You stay out of this nosy. I'm saying is what makes you still clever psyche psyche? How did you know Gerald was already married to somebody else? I mean. You stay out of this. I'm so glad you didn't show up. An embarrassment and I'm so glad you didn't buy the ring if I told you about the money Jerrell gives me What what about the money? You? My worst enemy should try to pass that money it's of. Say That what you girlfriend in Lyon on the floor. I don't know. Jane I wish you would go to sleep when we have company. This is one time when I know how Irma Spiel all the time. Why because I have pulled the Boehner of Boehner's. Fortunately I got to the bank in the morning early to stop the counterfeit deposit and everything's taken care of, but it just can't stand being a position where Irma feels. She sympathized with me back I just go crazy. When says Oh Jane? Don't feel so badly about making a mistake. Sometimes I even say some things that aren't exactly brilliant. Not Really, oh, sure, but who cares six? Or Ten of another. All adds up to twelve. Twelve is just a little higher than the I. Q. of my friend Irma. My friend Irma presented by Swan another product of lever brothers. Company was produced and directed by CY. Howard tonight script was written by Howard. Park, Levy, folks next Monday evening, listen again to. Swan with my friend Irma. Starring Carey Wilson. Candy Lewis's Jane the part of Professor Kropotkin was played by Hans Conrad. Ladies Listen. The shortage of fats and oils is still very serious, and it's worldwide, so please keep on saving. Every drop abused kitchen fat. Your budget will pay you for every pound. Frank Beckmann speaking. Of Counterfeit, June fourteenth, nineteen, Forty, eight. My friend Irma here on. Classic Radio Theatre Balance of nature, changing the world one life out of time. The opthamologist for my eye exam I, usually go yearly is this. What are you doing and I told them about the nature. 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I'll Friday lomb discovered that the seat had been robbed, and as we look in on the old fellows today we find Squire skimp on the circus lag serves as their office and headquarters, talking to Lome from narrow conversation. The disappearance of the money is still a mystery. Listen. Or Rome dishes anxious to find stolen money as you are I. Don't want you thinkin entre. And nobody all I know is i. put the money in the Thursday night and you're standing right here. Friday. When I went to get it out and it was gone where yes, that's right with. That is no sign. That I took Heinsohn you did I'm just saying that me and you and atvs, the only ones that knows combination of that save and you know me and avenue ain't GonNa steal nothing from ourselves that. Area just the reason I'm anxious to get. This thing cleared up. Yeah me, too. You Abner Been Asleep and right here in a wagon wagonload. If I had to call in air, you surely would have known. Yeah. That's right and I don't know the lock on nine save ain't been tampered with tall, so whoever got the money bound to note the combination? Is it sure looks like it? Where did you get that faith on? He'd come with the circus when we taken it over. You ever seen a species character hanging around the wagon here in the last few days. I've known just us is all I. Mean not no strangers who don't know where what about federick. What about him where he hangs out around the wagon here more. Oh, it, amy. Cedric I know square he's is honest, as is on. What young away! heasley influence on somebody else Mayer to put him up to it, you know. I please centric don't even know the combination save. He couldn't open it if he wanted to. Well, he's been hanging around here quite a lot long and seeing you open it. He might a memorize that combination. Cedric memorize a combination. He Ain't through working on the twinkle twinkle little star yet. Oh Long East where I just assumed Taylor Hendrick quite the combination news. He couldn't recollect it long enough to get back here and things. No ways I'm trying to think of all the possibilities you WANNA. Talk to him. Ask him about it, but I know it ain't him. He has a hard enough time recollecting what day the entities we're on a case like this. Just about half to consider everybody guilty. You Reagan so I. Know About it never took it away. Didn't leave that what? I can't understand how anybody could have come in here and broke in this wagon an open to say even. Without Waking in one or the other of us up well, of course it might have been during the daytime Rahm. There is that possibility you know we always keep the wagon locked up less than mere abner ones right here with it or you sure about you either that or I leave somebody here with into watching firming. I know Friday morning. I was gone for a few minutes, left the north brother here to keep an eye on save. Laura's brother. Also careful about it. Here, on over here that mourns. They wanted to see me round back the big top right quick, so I got him to stay here away from. Our and gone more than minutes. No way where now. We're getting somewhere. What do you mean, square? At Villa ahead of pretty shifty I owning snow late I manage your fixing accused him. You're getting off on the wrong track. Here's what makes you thankful goals. In the first place, the north brother wouldn't know more think a stealing in would've fly and second and third blazey. Don't even know the combination to the safe, and we know that whoever took the money didn't know it. Folks like it let out all right. Of course it does flom. Are you sure you put the money into faith third tonight I? Sure I put it in. Wait a minute. You Ain't. No, why I thought to motto hit the money. Don't place also forgot about it? I've got proof that I put the money in the safe right after the show closed Thursday night. Got Proved right after the show is over the, nor was complaining about being hungry and I told her I'd take her over the town there Envir- somebody, but we come by the wagon here for me to put the money up I on account of didn't WanNa. Be Packing that much cash on me. And Did she wait out? Tried voyage. No, sir, she said right down that Sharon, seeing the open the safe and put the money in that shoebox, nine groove at her sold, or in here when you put them on up yes, or not improved by where loam wouldn't. It have been mighty easy for her to watch you work? The combination and income come back here now. Wait just a minute score. Discover rod where you're at. Don't you? Start using that little woman I haven't anything to do with it. Areas is fine, a little woman who's ever growed breath where I'm not saying that she did, it may just seems to me. Her name out of this I can tell you right now. She never had a thing to do with it. All right. Loma Germany, but we feel about it Dole. Right would leave directly the way I feel about it every time. Anybody's name has been brought up. You've tried to pint species Adam. I'm getting good entire. What's going on in here? Come on in abner about time to open up and take it off as long as a big crowd gather around the front of the tent there. Expect I better? Get out there and make my field on June. I'll be around their quickest. I get the money out of the safe for chain. Overhead and get the crowd gathered all all right. Hey, what's the matter? are down like he's arguing about something else now. He's trying to today's neuro was in one to taking that money out of the save well. What's as reason for saying? She done it who he's the only one that knows the combination outside I mean you and he's got a key to the wagon and more likely. He's reason. Maybe it's old, but I still don't think it was Hamlin. What got me more vicious than ever I've been cross-examining here SORTA and everybody's name that was rung up. He tried to make me think they was the ones that done it well. Maybe he would get interested in trying to help. But I've been trying cases in my gestures as a Peace Corps for failure years now they won't mind oceans on it when you see a better fighting these fingered everybody else using them. You Better Watch out for him. All. squires drawn lay. There's on everybody else's doorstep set and he's on. Cues nor very addy's. Swedish little moment you can't even force her to take a little favor. Hardly he can't. Just a shame that a pretty little thing like her has to go out and reform in front. All people in that were out costumer hers shadow with. It looks all right to me. All the spangles is getting rusty. things the shorter, but she'd never seen anything about getting a new one. Oh, I'm sure she would well, she wouldn't. I had to argue with her ten or fifteen minutes for CD. Her major men's. She wrote down. What for for a new costume, I watch her. She here. He's going to be surprised when she sees a new and ordered for. Yes, you more likely be over overcame. Just how much did this new costume cost? Not. Much Eh on recollect right now sixty dollars ninety dollars. How much did it cost alone I? told you I don't regret. Is Now the summers in that neighborhood? Though let's up pretty fancy neighborhood. Did you tell us more about this? No I shoulda. Here's business side. It's good for the show more of a invest. You might say yeah. He's might well anyway I don't like him using somebody likes a neuro. Taking that money and I told him so to. You said he's accused of everybody. Who else did he mention? Well, you just fame. Excuse me there once. More. No of is your i. put the money in. There already got up right then. Wait a minute. Hey, cedric, come here a minute. I WanNa talk to Sadri Squire was using him to. Watch, he never done it on. My course, not he don't even know the combination on their say. Well. Where were you going to drink? Why. I was gone whole, carton. No place I don't even know who just walking around shorter. Come on down. Aware standing I wanNA have a little talk with you this. What are you WanNa talk about? Cedric you might not have noticed, but there was money took out of the safe here either Thursday night or Friday or yes, ma'am. I note about that four hundred thirty dollars and seventy cents. Yeah, that's right. That's what it was. Yeah, you don't know who took it or nothing like that. will or he don't long. You know never took it noting reason you didn't myself. Saturday but there's another fellow around here that sorta accused and you have it. I wanted to cross them and use those. I proved him that. You don't know nothing about it. Small. Were you just tell us that cedric don't know nothing about it long, and you'd better get on. An Front to folks will be wanting to buy tickets on can't get into the show. To get my tickets and change together here. Run around front there abner entails choir to keep these going to get to. Hurry up now. Yeah I will. See now. Let's see if again recollect the combination. SORTA slipped my mind. Starts here at no, I know that there's bomb and around the right, the seventy and back to. Back, to back the twenty, yeah, twenty, in fact, a forty five recollect. And in. The seventy again. Yeah, that's right seventy. And that order over. Yeah got it. Take about twenty dollars per to wait a minute here, which motorists alone it's gone. It's gone again. Put Two hundred and eleven dollars in here last night. Somebody's robbed this safe again. Now wait a minute. It appears that cedric has a better memory than some people give him credit for. A. Air Long ways from the Johnnym down store right now, June fourteenth, nineteen, forty, eight lum, and Abner here on Classic Radio Theatre Visit Our web page classic radio. Dot Stream. If you miss a day on this station, you don't have to miss a program. 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This story you're about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnet. This is classic Radio Theatre Guy. I was a communist. Light so. Everybody. Now. Here's your host why it talks. We go back to tune fourteenth nineteen fifty five. Jack Webb Ben. Alexander starring in dragnet the Big Fall Guy. Own! Ladies and gentlemen. or about to hear is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. You're a detective sergeant. You're assigned robbery detail. The owner of a small delicatessen reports that he's been rob, he says the thief casually walked out of his store and disappeared. Your job find him. Dragnet the DOCUMENTA drama of an actual crime. For the next thirty minutes in cooperation with the Los Angeles Police Department. You will travel step by step on the side of the law through an actual case transcribed from official police fires. From beginning to end from crime to punishment, dragnet is the story of your police force in action. Sunday! October ninth! It was overcast in Los Angeles. We're working the day. Watch out of robbery detail. My partner's Frank Smith, the Boston tickets. That Brown my name's Friday was on my way back from communications. It was three forty eight pm when I got the room twenty seven eight. Robbery. Robbery Friday. It is second. Pan. I go ahead, please. All right I haven't what happened. How long ago! All right right away, thank you. Guy came into a delicatessen run. Sunset took out a pretty big order. Sack full of money. Four fifteen pm Franken to small combination delicatessen grocery on the corner of sunset third, the owner of the store and Mr Paul Klee told us that the robbery had taken place approximately twenty minutes earlier. He said that the patrol car officer who had answered his call at left to make an immediate search for the suspect Gabriel real description I did yesterday you said that kept my wits about me all the time, young. Story I was studying him didn't let him catch on of course, but I was making mental. Note I wonder if you tell us just what happened Mr Capable. How's that? We'd like to hear about the robbery. Right from the beginning Oh checking up on me sir. Making sure I you. The same story I gave another cop on. So that's not the idea. I told him everything that wants to. We like here to. That's you ain't GonNa hear nothing different one he did. What would you tell US anyway? Well, if that's how you want it, is she? A CROOK? Fellow came walking into my store biggest life. Begun I was about twenty minutes ago wasn't who might be twenty one or two, but now depends on. How long been talking to me? Yes, what do you say when he came out? Bandit fellow? That's nothing. Nothing. That's what he said not a single solitary word I say. Even open his mouth just handed me an envelope. Yeah! Seal it was sealed up shop. Go ahead struck me as being kind of peculiar. What do you mean well? Lots of my customers being list of things as opposed to buy it. Don't know enveloped icing. My instinct show was right wasn't the grocery list as far from it presents note inside hand-printed is saying. Well. No one said. That would be nice Yasser. Take all of the money out of the cash register put, but the paper bag and hand it over. That wasn't all you want to hear the rest. If you would please, don't do any talking. Don't try to stop me. If you do I'll give you. The end of it. Do you still have this note Mr Klay? Pool idlewild Ashley and all the register. What we please well, that's up to you I guess. Other cops said I wasn't a handed on the of fingerprints. Try to be careful with it, so he might take. No chances destroy invaluable evidence. Well had it right the. Word for Word S. are you sure did after you read this? Note what to do Clay Pu? I Don just what a chance to give him the money from the registered. That's right for the paper bag and number eight, one, thousand, eight, hundred that that was the size of the bank. How much money did you give them? All the laws unable to fifty dollars most of it in bill. Most I'd say couple of Tansu four or five someones respites change right. What happened next fellow took the bank and the grid and walked out. Look real pleased with himself. Did you see where he went? Left the store guests there I mean after that turned down the street who get into a car I didn't see you didn't try to follow him. NOPE I didn't aim to stick out. My neck non figured that was up to you. Fellow. That's right mcclay pool enough. The Robert had a gun most. Did you see Haute? But that said he'd kill me if I gave them any trouble, yes. must've had a gun. If aimed to kill me, stands to reason yesterday. was there anybody else in here when he came in? Just me I don't do much business time noon and not on Sunday. Had you ever seen this man before. No, not directly I wonder if you could describe them for sure, I told you I give him a real good ones hold. Yes, Sir I always young fellow right around twenty I'd say Husky about five ten. Maybe ways one seventy. Not Attach understand you just Husky. What about his coloring well? I'm coming to that. Brown hair medium. Brown Kinda Gray is medium, complexion, remarks, scars know. How was he dressed? Pants DOT colored surge more than likely losers, a looked like it was part of a suit. Couldn't see shirt. They had on a sweater yellowish with of them. Callers choke show. What's Eh if it's all around your neck? Like sold turtleneck sweater? What was that what you call yesterday? Well. That's right good name. That's just what it looks like. Turtle poke nodded his neck. Anything else you can tell us about this man. What do we got in mind? Anything that would help us identify well could real funny almost like he didn't know what he was doing. Kind of look at me funny to. Know How to put it into words exactly. One of command the City Hall for a few minutes. Michigan Label City Hall Yeah, so we like a mugshot saving and make an indication force well, that'd mean closing the store or we'll take very long. Well Oh, I guess, it will help. Catch this. Follow appreciate appreciated. Excuse me Sir. Labels out. I'll that? Who? Friday that's for US A. Oh a are. Thank you. This Friday. That's right. How long ago. Yeah I got. Well! We won't need you. Downtown. Just yet will change your mind. Yes, you're. What's that flower shop will run phone. Yeah, sounds like the same guy. Franken I, told Mr Klay. We check with them later we'll have. The delicatessen drove out to the bringer floor shop on Fountain and Selma Four Forty Two, pm we. The victim is Norma Devereaux. She seemed to be extremely agitated. She told us that a man had walked into the store about four thirty, and gave her a sealed envelope. She showed us the note the envelope, but contained and appear to be a duplicate of an old Mr Clayton will have been given this man saying I think to Mistero. I don't remember I. Don't think so. Did you say anything to him? I was too scared how much money to take. I gave him all. It was everything the register. Honestly, but about. How much would you say? I'm not sure you see I. don't work. I was just helping out. The store belongs to my sister and brother-in-law. To take their children for a ride this afternoon, so I said I'd look to shop. Never should have offered I might have known something like this would happen I'd had a funny feeling all day long. It's a bad week for me anyway this whole week. According to my horoscope. and. You don't have any idea. How much money was stolen. Mistero I don't think it was very much a few bills and some coins. Do you happen to know what day this is. The date I mean this is the mind and I I might have known. She said to be especially careful on the ninth and the eleventh white and I pay more attention to that last reading. It certainly cost me enough. You notice where this man went when he left the shot. Did you notice where he went all? I didn't pay any attention. I was just so relieved that he was gone. You described before us, please. Well! I'm trying to think. It just comes up a blank face everything about him I was he dressed? Terribly. Sorry I just can't remember we can help you. Was He wearing a kotor sweater. That's right a sweater I. Remember the sweater. Wasn't. Lightish I think I'm not sure. What kind of a sweater would you call it? Just a sweater I guess how about his hair? Is. At several. Well. There's one thing I don't know whether it would do any good or not. As man I feel like such a fool, not being able to remember where it was or when, but I'm almost certain about. That I've seen him before. Franken I continued to question the victims. She insisted that she had met her seen the suspect sometime before the crime, but she was unable to recall the circumstances. Five! Thirty API, we drove both victims down to the city hall and ask them to go through the mud books for the purpose of identifying the suspect. In, eastern other books, yes, ma'am. Thank. You're sure have enough of them. Only think for what. I signed before. I get you folks from coffee. House like a right good idea about you. Would you like some coffee to? Deborah that's. That's IT I. Remember now his face everything about him. It's the same man I'm positive. It was when you mentioned coffee. That's what brought it back to me Ma'am I just. Wasn't you saw this man? Let's see. Last week when I went shopping for a new co Tuesday. Yes, that's when it was Tuesday I was having lunch the fairway cafeteria in Hollywood well. It was crowded and sitting alone. He came by and ask if he could use the same table gland I nodded, and he sat down. I didn't pay any attention to him. Not really I just went on and finished my lunch. He was still eating when I left anything else. You can tell us about him I. Think. He had on the same coast. He was wearing today the sweater anyway. I remember the sweater real plane now. This was the same manner Raja Oh. Yes, I know why, sir, that'll help wanted my remembering where I saw I'm. I'll bet. He eats there all the time at that same cafeterias man. We'll check on that. Oh, he does I feel certain of it. You'll see surged. It was think that made me go under that restaurant, and it was fate that made him sit at my table. Was all part of a big plan meeting like that and then him robbing me. Today was part of a big plan so that you could catch him. Yes, that's right and you will catch him. Don't you worry about that? You'll catch. Him Fades against him well. It makes us even than what we. Now that you remember seeing suspect performance devereaux confirmed Paul Klee booze description. We asked the victims to continue going through the mud books. They weren't able to come up with an identification. Sixty one PM Franken I drove him home and we went off duty. Next Day October tenth ten five Am. We interviewed the day cashiers at the fairway cafeteria? They couldn't recall any specific customer who answered the suspect's description? Levin Forty Six am. We went back to the office? Robbery Friday. Well thanks anyway. Sloan! Says, he can't give us. A lead from those notes were printed. About nearly nights to them with me where you WANNA go. I don't care how much you the main difference to me. We'll suggests them. I told you doesn't mean difference. I don't know why it always has to be up to me. where, we why don't you decide once in a while all right fine? Let's go to that new Chinese place on Broadway for launch. Will. Why not you don't want Chinese food for lunch I don't. What do you got in mind? Mine. And end up making the choice. Sure is a problem, isn't it? 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Who told you that? Tony, who stony. That's all I know him by Stony. Collecting money for him. And you expect to buy that, too, don't you? Know I guess. Why don't you try giving us the truth? When look now may I'm not the brightest guy in the world, if I was I wouldn't in this mess. Come to you and my own accord deny all. Maybe you got scared. Maybe figure, go easier with you gave yourself up is not. A I can't blame him for thinking that. Show was dumped trick. Why'd you do it? Then because I didn't know 'cause he told me it was just a job. I was doing. Stony told you yeah. Yeah, that's right. Now, let's hear your way. You know well, you know He. He said he worked for kind of collection agency. You know where they go after the deadbeats. He said he had to have somebody to help him. Only part time with the pay would be good. Offered me to work. On ETA steady job lately. Sound kind of good to me. Go ahead. Well I suppose to meet him yesterday afternoon. Three o'clock picked me up in front of the place where I live now. Goma pass at grocery store parked around the Corner Gimme envelope, and he told me take greenside. Hand it to a fellow who worked there. He said I was to make sure. Nobody else's in the store on a county. He didn't WanNa make the old feel bad by collecting the debt in front of somebody else you know. So done what he told me. Give, the old guy note you give me the money and I took it back to stoney. Where was he while? You're in the store? Around the corner like I said. Why didn't you go in with? You wanted to see if I could handle it myself on my own. You know that's what he told me Well, then we. We drove over to that. They're flower place. Same routine. Yeah, only this time I got kind of suspicious you know. She acted so scared. Lady didn't seem to me that having to pay up dead. Make somebody so scared I told Stony afterwards. He said it was just act that they all put on like that Well I. Didn't exactly believe him so next place we stopped opened up. The envelope for went inside. Now Dan Ok-. You know well. I didn't know what to do. Finally. Back to the car and I really told him off stony. I told him I was a new thing I told him he had to return all that money. When he say he just laughed at me. He said our biggest pigeon. He ever met I said he didn't take back the door I. Go to the COPS. He told me you throw me in jail at you. Never believe a word I told you. What happened in? Got Out of the car, I said I wasn't a crooked was gonNA. Make me be one. Heading right for the police station and I. got to thinking I seem like maybe he was right that nobody would believe a story like this. So I went home. All Right? Why did you come in today? Well. I didn't sleep none too good last night. Kind of worrying me what I'd done I figured. Maybe he'd find some other sucker like me and pull that same stone over again. I didn't want him to get away with it so. I decided to take my chances on you guys. I'm going to get a short count Emma. Stone lives. No. He never said not to me and you don't always last name either Oh award UMEDA. Henley's Jim or on Olympic I. Hang out there sometimes. You fight. or Some about you. How'd you? Get acquainted well. I. Don't know it just start talking one day last week. He come in for steam bath and afterwards. We're both watching some of the guys workout. Here's there again on. Saturday. That's offered me this job. Kind of a is he drive Chevy Sedan. Coupe hardtop last year's model. You know the license no. Pay No attention. wouldn't matter if I. Did I remember and things? Can you tell us what stony looks? Why is a big fella? Shop Dresser Allergy thirty, five, maybe forty. What color his hair short read anything else scars anything like that. No. That's the whole story Yeah you didn't know you were robbing those stores. You didn't have any idea honest. I sound crazy, don't. Does Joe Nazi from. Right there till you okay okay. We're done expecting us to fall for line like that live. Once he takes for I. Don't know. Couldn't be true word. Heckuva this. Such darn full starring. John just can't help believing allure though do I. Uh Franken I continue to interrogate the suspect. He maintained his innocence and we were unable to shake him. We ran the name Harvey Tilden through. They had nothing on them. We also ran the name stony through the moniker filing. We came up with two possibles. We pulled mugshots and show them to tell them. He tentatively identified one of the photos James Brightstone, but he wasn't positive. We telephone bright stones last known address, Small Downtown Hotel. They told us he'd moved during the summer, and they had no idea of his present whereabouts. We. CHECK DMV and our own vehicle records. They reported that a late model Chevrolet was registered and bright stones name. Arby Tilden was held in custody for further questioning. 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Now on Classic Radio Theater the conclusion of dragnet, the big fall guy originally broadcast June fourteenth nineteen fifty-five, Mulvoy. Don't ring a bell in a fight game we are. About a Harvard tilling. Tax York sure I know. Off and on you, still little boxing. Record six six Cao's. He was before I got. Dylan says is where he met. The stone could take a look at this picture winning. Seen this guy before. Mile. Swear to guy looks something like this. Lately works out. Takes esteem by getting. Around Day. No not so fun. When was the last time remember? The last week Friday Saturday talking to. I don't know maybe guys come in here. Friendly type guys all. Right here's our guard so this Pelicans! Want to talk to him. Okay becomes. Thanks sure I'm a real obliged and I feel. I got no be, will you? I'll be a waste of time. Though calling you, you want to see this guy ought to turn around me. Just walk in the door. Franken I talk to the man George, gently pointed out he readily admitted that he James Brightstone. He also admitted knowing Harvey Tilt Them. He said he'd spent the previous afternoon in his room at the Jackman. Hotel. We telephoned the hotel, but the Clark was unable to confirm bright stones alibi. Five. Thirty one PM we drove a suspect down to the city hall and continued aren't irrigation I look. Why don't you guys tell me what it is you WanNa know. Spell it out real big litters, and I'll give you the answer same size. Where were you asked? Afternoon thought we already covered that. Let's go over it again. Okay, boy! I was in my hotel room while a clerk doesn't back you up? What does he say I wasn't there? What was the last time you saw? Him Saturday over the gym, not yesterday. Jim is an open on Sundays tilting lives. No, you pick him up rooming house yesterday, didn't you can? Why would I be picking a crime up like that? Did you offer tilting the job? Whole pretty funny. WHAT'S THE JOKE I? Ain't GonNa jump myself. Did you ever take them for a drive? Boy I'm telling you the only place. I ever see the guys Jim. Yeah, he knows what kind of car you got all make and model well. Maybe I didn't see him I. Love This Still Valley's screwball. Don't even know what time it is. Whatever we told you can forget it. All are couple of things we can't forget. Telling says you put them up to robbing stores yesterday you can. He says you hired him to work for you to collect some past due bill. This kid is really office rocker, isn't he? Maybe Well, as is supposed to be what he was doing me, these favors outside and your car waiting for 'em. Go Boys. You interest me well. That's about it and you'd pick up a guy in a phony story like that. It look I'm getting Outta here till at the only guy who sit down brightstone. All right jokers prove any part of it. We're GONNA try to like know how we got a team out right now, checking neighborhood of both robberies. If anybody saw your car on those stores yesterday afternoon, you've got trouble. I got news for you. Guys that don't matter where I was yesterday. You can't time into these job. We'll see matter of fact I'll give you a hand. I might have been driving around those stores yesterday. Is that right? Yeah, come to think of it I went for ride along about two. o'clock slipped my mind before. You're not that I. Know where Tilden pulled his heist your Doda. Sure, of course, then what makes you think you were in the vicinity? Saying might have been. Just where who knows it took me a real long time. Do you leave Your Hotel two o'clock? Maybe what time did you get back later on much later? All Right I. Tell You what I'm GonNa. Give you guys a break. Good now. I know you can keep this up for seventy two hours and I got more important things to do so. Let's get it over with. Up to you, okay! Okay. Tell them was given square. He was just the. dumbest pigeon ever ran into. Yeah, go ahead. Let's. You got it now. What are you gonNA do about it. What do you think? If you're smart, Termi loosen Let me. Give you a little advice. Free, so tilden was a fog I already admitted to you guys. But to nobody else anybody else asked me I. Deny it the whole thing, so you might as well play smart. You figure on sticking me with this rap. You GotTa have a signed confession. I ain't GonNa give it to you. Well now. MAYBE WE WON'T EAT IT boy. You got the biggest rocks in your head. Children was in those stores I wasn't. He took the money I. Didn't you go into court? You come and dumber and he does. It's my word against his. You'd think anybody right? Mine's going to believe this boy. You think he'd stand a chance to convince the jury. Willie might. Chad's. CONVINCED US The Star you just heard is true. The names were changed. Protect the. On January, eighth trial was held in Department Ninety Eight Superior Court of the State of California in fall, the county of Los Angeles the District Attorney failed to issue a complaint against Harvey Tilden James Hill. Brightstone was tried and convicted of robbery and the second degree to counts robbery, and the second degree is punishable by imprisonment and the state prison for not less than one year. You have just heard dragnet the series in both cases from official files. Technical advice comes from the Office of Chief of Police W. H Parker Angeles Police Department of Technical Advisers Captain Jack Donahoe Sergeant. Marty wins Sergeant Brazier. Heard tonight where Ben Alexander Vic Rodman for Gregg Eddie firestone script by Frank Burt Music by Walter Shuman Hal gibney speaking. June fourteenth nineteen fifty five dragnet on Classic Radio Theater are us. Constitution is amazing. It's full of what's called. 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It's just a pain in the neck. Worth, a half million bucks, because he was fool enough to write an insurance policy on your life, but not to me my brain on you as a fast three cents. Give it a couple. Sure and that's why I'm here, but yesterday, when I tried to get you to cooperate, you called it a practical joke. About now. No! Cost bullet you last night and scared. The living pants off of you well called. Captain Baramulla the police. Look I need another hour sleeps. Don't fall in my room again before nine o'clock good bye. Tonight and every Weekday Night Bob Bailey. And the transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed expense account. America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator truly Johnny Dollar. From special investigator, Johnny Dollar Location Ensenada Mexico. To the Home Office Union states casualty. Company, Hartford Connecticut's assignment. The laughing matter expense account continue. WHO. Tend Fifty Cents Room Service on a glass of orange juice. Another hours sleep was out of the question, just hearing his voice on the phone left me to man to relax. One of America's most popular comedians living legend. And yet his whole cast the people down here with him on location hated the ground he walked on. Personally? I was on this side. What? was to protect his life from some unknown enemy who sent him a threatening note? And last night, the threat had become action in the form of a shot fired from the darkness. It was my job to see that the killer didn't get a second chance. And that's what I was being paid for and the fact that Charlie Burton class-a. A stinker was irrelevant. Frank malts executive producer of the Charles Burton show, and practically the only early patron of the hotel breakfast Rome was sitting at a table alone. Warning Johnny, I left him sitting in almost the same position at two o'clock in the morning. Only the table then was in a backstreet Cantina in town. He was apparently remembering avoided my eyes until the waiter brought my coffee and gone away. I guess. I made quite a fool of myself last night. I was A. Nice of you ask Johnny. Let's good coffee. Oh. You've been making the rounds last night. For whatever reasons and you feel like talking, but I I wouldn't call that making a fool of yourself all right, thanks. Silver enough when I left you. Should you just sat there and let me talk it? Where'd you go anyway? I came out of the CANTINA. Later you disappear captain. Parral police picked me up in a pro car. He'd located at made from the hotel here. We went home and talk to her so. Well For the moment at least you and Al and Gloria dealer apparently off the hook. Oh, the made says Burton was always annoying her. Whenever she was on duty, he was. I told them to lay all her husband found out and came out here to the hotel yesterday evening I saw him and his wife arguing out there on the terraced after dusk. But I didn't know what it was all about at that time. Anyway. That's the last she saw he didn't come home last night and he's still missing. I just talked to parral on the phone. I've got half the police force looking for a new figure. He's the one who took a shot at Charlie. Last night China adds up, doesn't. I guess so. I hope they find him. Johnny before he finds Charlie again I'd hate to see a board that'll take a rep for killing allows who isn't worth an and I you mean well the chances are they didn't neither one of you. Fellows ever get the bed last night for long morning I'll oh, goodness, frank look, awful man, you must the slept on your face I looked the same as I look every morning. Want some breakfast and our thanks. I'm skipping going to try to get dip net pool before a blubber tummy uses out of his featherbed. I don't think he'll be using the this morning. Not If you remember is what we're shooting today, said castaway sequences, and we'll get that first, but later this afternoon at the light on the water is okay. I want to get those shots at him swimming ashore. Good keep him on retakes till he gets waterline. It's kind of a slapstick desert island thing johnny. You, see Charlie, and is supposed to have been on his yacht, and it sank and I just disappear, but some stop shots at Charlie swimming like crazy in shot of a deserted South Sea Island, and finally Charlie comes crawling up onto the beach. That's the sequence. We're going to shoot this morning. I see, he's pooped. He's dying. You know then I step out from behind a Bush and I'm wearing a full dress, suit, white tie and tails. He thinks he's crazy or something. It starts building from there then. At the East thirsty see so I reach into my coat and bring out a soft drink and ice, cold bottle and I open it and give it to him. It says cut quality beverages on the bottle COTR. Yeah, so Charlie, is it any good and I say it's cut man and he says so nice. Say So. It's got to be good. So Johnny it's out and out slapstick, but it works pretty well on camera. Keeps building you see I, keep producing things out of the bushes, a table and chair, tablecloth dishes and silver caviar bottle of wine roast Turkey then a string quartet, and finally a line of dancing girls, and the payoffs shaggy dog. He says look. We were shipwrecked together. How you doing all of this and I say it's easy. I got a cousin in Congress. It's a lot better on film. Johnny a lot better than it sounds stripped down this way. Yeah well I'm not exactly a fan of burdens. He's got some good stuff. And this missed MR dollar. In fact, he's got all the good stuff. I'm in their forced to feed him the lines as usual of course. If I ever get a decent role in his show, I'll drop dead all relay A. Show. That's not funny. Addy's I said. It's not funny. You thought it was when you did it on the show last month May I. Remind you that your service is going to be easily dispensed with good. Fire me how? I could get out of this lousy contract with you could start on the. Tomorrow and at five times. What's your opinion? I think it easy. By all main, they'll set me up in my own show, and they'll put it in a timeslot right opposite yours and three months Charlie I could bumpy a clear off the screen. You don't say how beat it. Okay Frank. Sar You to get caught in the crossfire Mr Dollar. Nothing personal forgetting. See You later gentlemen. You'll be on that set in the half hour, not a minute later. Yes, sir. You certainly are one big happy family, aren't you? That was a nobody when I picked them up a wrong charlie. That kid is a real talent. Kneel at this C.. You'll see what I have to deal with. He's done as much for this show in the past years. You have you see. I'm forced to live in the very presence of Miami. Who made them your enemies burden look? My only concern has always been the welfare of those less fortunate than myself. Those who depend on me for their professional careers in their lively understand. There's some difference of opinion about that well, let's envy nothing but envy. Would you like some more coffee joining? No, thanks I've had about all. I can stand syllabi. May I ask what you're doing to protect my life Mr Dollar. If anything all hyped taken the usual routine precautions teen I demand more than routine from me. You don't demand anything I'm working for the insurance. Company. Complain to that good good. Why don't you cancel your policy at the same time then I can get off. This assignment couldn't cancel it if I wanted to. My sponsors wouldn't allow it. It's for their protection, not mine. I know that. I think you'd like to see me murdered on. You're wrong there. That would mean I'd lousy up an assignment and I. Take Pride in my work, but you wouldn't care personal a. No comments demand protection from the local police. You've already got it. Captain. BARRAL had two men on duty the last night after that shot was fired. Watching your room I didn't see them didn't intend for you to see them relaxed Burton. If the worst does happen, ballistics can probably identify the killer after we get the slug out of your body color. This is no laughing matter. then. Why did you treat it like one? Why did you tear up threatening letter? Why didn't you call the police in right then? Why didn't you cooperate with me yesterday when I got here? Why the Devil Jamaica Pass at an eighteen year old girl in the first place and get her husband out gunning for you. You mean you know who's trying to kill me. If it's any satisfaction to your Burton, just in case he gets passed as you probably have been killed by a man named. Joe Morales is wife is a made here at the hotel as you no doubt know. That little. Native Yeah. That little native girl looked. Both of you know. I was wrong I. Admit it I. Just lost my head. I guess when a man's under pressure all this time as I am doesn't always think straighten on I didn't mean any harm toward her ab. It'll be able to convince not your that if he waits long enough to listen. Don't don't please I I know you hate me all of you but. I'm not as bad as you think you just don't know. The load is star has to carry. Why don't you tell us about it? You Frank? You don't think I'm being fair without you think I'm holding him back. Not Getting a chance while you're wrong, I'm actually carrying him teaching him things. I've learned over the years. He knows quite a bit Charles, so you don't believe me. You don't think I know what I'm talking about. Let all right. All Right, I'll show you. Alison written down today's sequence. He said that I. I had the great role. You heard him say oh. I'll trade with him. You mean that yes, I mean. Let them change any line. He wants to fit his style. You can play at any way he likes. I'll take that role he says is so bad and I still come out to stall right all right all right. Charlie we'll have a go at it. Fine I'll see you on the set. An somebody manages to kill me I. The morning gentlemen. I never thought I'd live to see the day. Yeah, that's shot. Last night must have really shaken them up. All of that kid will make him look sick, Johnny. He doesn't know what he's in for. His way to find. Johnny. I've been thinking about something you said that made Morales's wife. Does she speak English now? Just Spanish what about her husband? Same deal only Spanish. Well, but the no johnny, the Murder Threat Charlie got that was written in English. Yeah I know. In an. Sea Island set built on the beach the far end of the bay. The technicians and the rest of the cast were already there when I arrived, and they started shooting fifteen minutes later. Gloria Deo wasn't in the sequence, so she slept in at the hotel. Some of captain paroles men Ron hand on the lookout for not marines, but he didn't show. By three in the afternoon, they were nearly finished. They shot the last seen once, but malts decided on a retake. So. How sat down again at the fully table on the beach, and they started to roll and poured himself another glass of colored water from the prop wine bottle and began to carve the roast Turkey. WHAT EXCHANGE LINES WITH BURTON? Then suddenly Al Mist Q. Folded, online and molds cut the cameras Al Push back on the table, stood up slowly than staggered and fell. I rushed toward push through the crowd was gathering and kneel down beside. But he was already did. Now. Here's all star to tell you about the final intriguing episode of This Week Story Tomorrow, a frantic game of musical chairs with every player desperate because the loser in this game gets the electric chair. Join US, won't you? Yours truly johnny dollar. 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As you know I'm pretty sure you're aware. Things are spiking up here incredibly bad in Arizona at this moment in time. As well as Florida and you know with that, being said that means that some spring training has been already started and already shut down. We've talked about this so much basically at Nauseam to be honest with you, but you know what we have to continue to hypotheticals. Any chance that. Baseball completely screwed this thing up and we do not play baseball this year. Yeah I think there's a big chance of it We've talked about this a couple of times and. I made a comment yesterday. On social media that seems that the closer these guys get together to get get together on a deal the further they get apart because. Every time you look at it. this you know this. Have proposal has been made. This counterproposal has been made. No, we don't like this well. Maybe we'll like that if you do this. Time is moving on here and you know we're. We're fighting things. one of them is time, and of course the other thing is this awful virus and. I looked at the stats yesterday. It was very interesting graph on Covid, nineteen cases in the state of Arizona and it goes back. I believe to March the third. And, the graph just keeps. Ramping up up up and up and The numbers now are worse than they are in a lot of places and. You've made the comment. A couple of times that things have been pretty loose down there. Certainly they were little late coming to the party, compared to a lot of other states and Canadian provinces. Obviously the people that make those decisions thought they were making the right decisions. The time we can look back on that now and say hindsight is twenty twenty, but. Florida's much the same way, and you've made the comment. Several Times that things are different in the state of Florida. They've had the MMA and they seem to be a lot laxer down there in terms of public gatherings. You know maybe there's some kind of a message here, but it's very very concerning to see the number of major league baseball players that have tested positive now I. See. We've got eleven. NHL Players have tested positive and the Tampa Bay lightning have shut down their camp and I'm assuming that they're training right in the state of Florida. So not a pretty sight. Whichever way you look at it. Yeah I mean at the end of the day. People that want to just ignore or be blinded that there's nothing going on. Your sorely mistaken. I mean there's something legitimately out there. That is making sports life, everything extremely difficult at this moment in time, and when I think about it, it's insane to me to think that. At one point in time Arizona was spot that people were thinking. We would bring back all these different sports to it's just mind boggling and now obviously, there's no chance in hell for that with the spike. That's happened here in Florida it's it's extremely. They're the same. I mean these these things are really really bad at this moment time, but yet we're going to bring more people into that or those environments it. It makes absolutely no sense to me. Go ahead, Mike Sorry. No no I appreciate what you said the rainy, but you know John Tell me on a scale of one to ten. Ten being outstanding Decide the job that rob Manfred has done with all this I mean to me, it's. It's staying. Pretty tour to say the least but what? What are your thoughts with? Manfred I mean that's the whole. Is he going to hold onto his job or you know? Is this going to be something where he his stick around, but? He's GonNa. Have to work to get to kind of good players back on on track. Well I I. Guess if you're looking for a rating out of ten I'd say probably about somewhere between four and a half and five. just don't think it's been handled very well, but. We have to remember that while the Commissioner is the guy in charge of baseball. He really is an employee of the owners of the thirty Major. League teams, the MVP to the best of my knowledge has no input whatsoever as to who the commissioner is or even the. Process of the appointment process so as long as the owners think that he is doing a good job. I would suspect that he will day, and if the numbers are to be believed that owners are pushing for a shorter season, because there's a huge financial loss for each game that's played from a business standpoint, it would make sense that no season is actually better for the owners. I have to wonder if this is his His way of doing things to make himself look good with the people technically are his employers, and that's the thirty owners of Major League Baseball team, so in a lot of ways Mike it doesn't surprise me The system is a little bit flawed. When the guy that runs, the whole show is elected or appointed by one of the two parties that are the two main negotiating parties, and we've made it very clear over I don't know how many weeks we've been talking about this, but these got these two sides have a history of not liking each other now. This certainly isn't helping things. I agree one hundred percent. That's the voice of John. Paul Professor of sports break down the situation for Major League Baseball Right now, which is looking pretty awful to be honest with you and by the days that go by I keep losing faith that things are going to happen in a positive way, but with that being said out of all these four major sports just out of curiosity, since Mike brought up his feeling about Manfred. Which one of these guys do you think has the ear of the players and the owners? The best at this point in time. have. Asked me that question two weeks ago. I probably would have said Adam silver. I think now. It's probably Gary Bettman because although there are some bumps in the road in terms of worthy. Nhl is going according to the game plan that Bettman laid out a few weeks ago. They probably seem to be closer to getting something going i. mean these these positive Cova tests I think there's been eleven since the eighth of. June was the number that I read and that was yesterday afternoon it. Perhaps it's changed since then. I understand that some pretty big names also have been diagnosed, but at the end of the day surprisingly I gotta think that Deadman is probably the guy that's put his sport in the best position here and. Is he doing a really good job I'm not sure he's doing a really good job. Maybe he's doing the best job of four guys that are in some pretty tough situations. So. Surprising comment. Perhaps if we'd have looked at this a month ago, hockey we probably would have said would be the last of the four major sports. Come back to normalcy, but. I gotTA. Give the Guy Credit. been a big criticism, big critic of his over the years, but I think he's done things reasonably well here. I think he's fighting a losing battle. Because I still think there's viruses is going to be bigger than anything that these guys think they can do and want to do i. just think that's reality unfortunately. Hey just with what you said about a certain players getting. The covid nineteen and obviously being affected by it. Do you think in any way? If some of the major stars from from all the four sports wind up going down contracting this virus that they they would cancel the season because the best of the best on out on the fields of the ice whatever it is. I think they have to. For two reasons. The obvious one being individual safety be at players team personnel training staff coaches, maintenance workers but on the other hand you know these guys are in the entertainment business. These sports leagues are in the entertainment business anytime. You're in the entertainment business. You do a better job of marketing your product. If you're stars are out there. And if somebody like Lebron James or somebody like the Tom Brady, just pick two names off the top of my head as major players in their sport. If those guys are down, we talked a little while ago. About Aquino does the Stanley Cup have an asterisk because of the way that it may be played this year and maybe. The answer is if you don't have your best players on the ice on the court because they're sick, I. Why wouldn't that generate an asterisk because well? How, could you possibly look at a an NBA hypothetical NBA final and involved the La Lakers if Lebron James wasn't involved. You. Know to me it would be an asterisk and I. Just I just have a feeling that. The time has come for these four sports to sit down and you know, let's let's be. Blunt about this is a four sports us. Four words than those four words are see you next year. I like a real good solid I. 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Canada, get Addis a couple of different ways. Call us one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine, hit us up on twitter from Mike pigskin opinion. It's going to be defined. Sports John Kind of shift the conversation. A little bit too NHL Hockey, and like you said there's been some guys who have tested positive. As of late We were just praising. Vet Men for potentially having the best scenario or Best Plan of attack for how you advance with the covid nineteen and the situation that we're in. Just in life in the reality of what we're in right now, but let me ask you this. Hockey here in the desert has always been a little bit of a challenge. With the coyotes, having a chance because of the way that they're setting things up. Do you actually think that this helps? Grow the game of hockey or Am I just on some weird wavelength on my own here, but but I ultimately think when you incorporate all. A few more cities I guess is what I'm saying. You build that interest a little bit better. Does that help hockey? Does it hurt hockey? What do you think? Well Arizona's an odd spot, a peculiar spot for the reasons that you have pointed out, but also if we do see hockey again, I think it's fair to say that? phoenix the Greater Phoenix area is not a candidate to be one of the two hubs. Cities Vegas and probably one of the Canadian city Toronto Edmonton Vancouver. Being the favorite ones would end up being the two of the four hub city so anything that the coyotes. Gain from this is through additional fan interest, which obviously will have to be by way of TV. We all know that people in warm climates don't like being inside watching sports on TV in the summertime I mean this has been a problem with baseball Florida. This has been a problem to some extent with baseball. In Arizona except of course they complain Night Games. which helps it a little bit, but there's just so many other things to do in the outdoors and those warm climates. I'm not sure that there's enough of a following in Arizona, to generate the amount of fan base that they would be looking at or looking for to watch hockey on TV in July and August I. Just think it's a nonstarter, unless if the only sport that is on the table, and if there's no baseball in there's no college, football and NBA Basketball and people need a sports fix. That plus the curiosity of watching a game where there's no fans and watching the coyotes and having a little bit of state pride. May. Maybe that helps I. I think that's an interesting question whether it would help them or hurt them. I think it would hurt them. In some respects, I think it would help them. In some respects so I hate to sit on the fence but I. Really don't have an answer to that. Because like everything else around this it issue we're in uncharted waters year there is no template. We're starting with a blank piece of paper with everything we do. I agree go ahead, Mike. And all that point you know my question is the same free is the same for Batman that was for Manfred like you know. We were like we were saying we were trailing Batman. You know last week and the week before now we got some you know outbreak, something teams you know so. Great him on the same scale from one to ten in terms of his job during during this and just trying to you know trying to get the Chelsea back out run. Well I probably give bettman seven. And and I say that with bated, breath. Simply because Maybe it should be higher because quite frankly he's working to some extent with his hands tied. He's working from the standpoint that there's obviously going to be fans in the stands. He's working from the standpoint that he's going to be playing that the best games of his season in what should be the off season so again. Did waters blank piece of paper. Let's you know. Put it with whichever way we want. I think he's done a very good job. In terms of setting this up and if it fails I think it just means that it was never meant to be I don't think if if it fails. It's not going to be because of what Bettman did wrong or what he didn't do. Right I think it's just going to be one of those situations. They gave it a good go, but at the end of the day it just wasn't meant to be as I said earlier I still think the four words we should be looking at our see your next year and that refer that that is every sport. Not a bad point at all. That's the voice of John Paul Professors Sports. Let me ask you this John. You know to me this. What's the most crazy? Idea and concept of this whole thing is that. When we don't think it can affect the younger generation, but yet most athletes in every profession are going to be twenty something years old, maybe under their thirties, and then some insane cases like Tom Brady. Obviously he's in his forties, but I think you get. My point is that we've always said Oh. It's not affecting the younger generation. It's the older people. The people that have their immune systems are compromised. They're the ones that are the targets. I I think the point that's being missed here is that the future of this world is those twenty something year old people that are playing these sports and my biggest concern and my biggest question is why in the hell would we wanna put that age group at any risk at all so I really think at the end of the day. This is incredibly dangerous. This is incredibly irresponsible and money is taking over everything, and you can basically throw your values, morals and everything out the window, because money's more important. Is that how you're seeing it? Oh I think we've agreed right from the get goals at. This is a business. It's not about sport. It's not about people thought about health. It's about money, and this is why the baseball owners are being so strong I in their opposition to. Their disguising it a little bit, but I mean those of us that follow. The game can obviously see through this. They're they're basically trying to shut this down and they're trying to shut it down because they've said that they're losing on average six hundred and forty thousand dollars US per game. That doesn't played. We all know that these guys are in business to make money. They're not at business to lose money. I I just think that the owners want this to be shut down completely the players, obviously on the on the other hand. They want an opportunity to make money and put up. Some numbers towards getting a better contract, but you know there's one thing that we haven't talked a lot about and I. We haven't even heard a lot about is if. If, there is no season and I I don't mean to sympathize with one team specifically. It's just the team that comes to mind if you're the Los Angeles dodgers. How do feel that? There's no season you've given up a good chunk of your future for a star player to come and play for you for a season, and if there's no season, he could walk free agent without him ever wearing a uniform and a competitive game is that due to the future of the dodger organization that all of a sudden a guy that they thought was going to lead them. A world series walks out the door without ever having a bad for them. That's an issue that's going to have to be addressed at some point if I'm the dodgers I complain. I'm the Red Sox. I just sit there and keep wiping my bra and saying. Wow, you know. Let's what this what I but boy. We dodged a bullet here. That's that's another issue that's going to have to be addressed and I haven't heard anybody. Even talk about that yet and given the severity a and the safety issue here. It's obviously something that's way way way down the list, but at the end of the day. It's something that's probably going to have to be addressed. No, but I've even thought about that. In a different way I mean when you think about earning potential for these athletes right and if you take away, you know half a season or whatever it is in some cases, and then obviously in major league baseball or the NFL that maybe they don't even get started and I also think you have to be prepared to start stop, and maybe not even finish what you're doing. Either and with that being said like I'm saying these guys have a certain amount of time for their earning potential. They have a certain amount of time to put up those numbers and cement their spot in the history books I mean. How. How bad could this be? When you think about things? In those terms well, it could be just the same as a strike year. I guess Andy We've seen the baseball. Players on strike for you. We'll see the hockey players on strike for a year both of those issues cost all of those players one year of earning power one year of potential power. This is probably no different the only differences, perhaps that out of their control and the safety factor. How factor is is a big override in my in my opinion. I it's it's not the perfect situation, but you ask any NHL player any Major League Baseball player would rather give up a year of earning power for. Another, fifty or sixty years on the face of this earth, that to spend with his family and his grandchildren. I think I know pretty quickly what their answer would be. All right, so we'll leave you with this then if you're an athlete whether it's you know any any of these major four. Do you WANNA. Come back and do you WANNA play these games? From the strictly from a health standpoint You know I if I can't go out and be in a group and and on talking -Tario here I don't know what the numbers are in Arizona, but we can't get into a group of more than ten people here on -Tario. IF I can't get into a group of ten people and I'm a hockey player. Why do I WANNA be in a hockey rink with forty-nine? Other guys to me. I hear Ya. I hear Ya John I. also hear the music means we gotta run. Appreciate your time. We'll catch up with you next week. Yeah, my pleasure is always guys. Stay well, and we'll check next week John. Paul Professor Sports Breaking Down Man and sounds pretty bleak to be honest with you. We gotta take a pause for the cost. We'll come back on the other side and continue to rap about what's going on in the world right now Mike. Wilson Andy Dwarf. It is the door font sports weekend edition. Hello and welcome back to the Ronnie do. Each tax program on the line is Paul from California Hi Paul. 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Welcome back pain everybody Mike Wilson Andy door getting you through another door sports weekend edition, you can get at us. Let's wrap. Let's talk. Let's let's work this thing out together. People one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two nine. You can always hit us up on the twitter for Mike. It's pigskin opinion for me. It's going to fund sports and check US out on the social media stuff as well. On facebook or Sports Mike does a great job of. Coming up with some. Great comments great posts every now and then I help him out I had a pretty good addition to the The page the other day and Mike actually was like yeah, those are good names, man, good job, but you can always check us out there. You can always check us out on instagram as well on instagram. It's the real door fund sports and Hey. I. Mean at the end of the day which which of those three guys that we were talking about for the hall of fame. Down the mcnabb Philip Rivers. And then the third guy if I'm not mistaken was who has my third guy that day? Mike I Forget. You're not getting on. I'm I'm forgetting to look it up real. Quick here, but. Just kidding around with you, Bro! Come on now and that was me to. There is no way that you were kidding around. That is the man that is the classic. Yeah, no I looked it up and. I would I was talking about what you think you know, so. Hey, I don't have JOE FLACCO on this list I don't have Mike Vick on this list. I've got Donovan mcnabb. I've got. Philip rivers and I've got ally. Manning and I'M GONNA. Tell you what I'm. GonNa make a case for all three of these guys to be hall of fame. Guys when you think about the run that Donovan mcnabb had with the Philadelphia. Eagles Bro. I know they didn't win. A Super Bowl but I'll tell you what I was covering the eagles at that moment. In that timeframe okay, and I had a really good relationship with dominic nab I had a good relationship with Andy Reid. I always got access to to the Philadelphia Eagles. I got access to all the Philadelphia teams to be honest with you. Man Steve Mix I. think that guy so much. What he did for me with the Philadelphia Seventy Sixers, a great guy to me a great mentor and there's many guys that helped me in. In that Philadelphia area, but but the truth is I can make a serious case for Donovan mcnabb being in the hall of fame when you think about the great run that they had yes, they never won the the all mighty, but but a great run and a great streak for several years. There I think it was four years. If I'M NOT MISTAKEN GETTING NFC championship game finally, getting over the Hump and the Super Bowl. mcnabb throwing up in that huddle, not feeling well Te'o. Going off on I remember it all. Okay, you lie manning. We've got two great years with Eli Manning where he went super bowl rings, and then there's a lot of garbage in between Philip rivers. You got a guy that can toss up numbers left and right like crazy. Has. This guy won anything and at the end of the day I think they all wind up getting in the hall of fame, maybe not first ballot and the guy that does that is probably ally, but the other guys eventually do they wind up getting in what say you Mike Wilson? I'm with you on mcnabb, and I've and I've always been there with mcnabb. I think he's a hall. Favor you can. You can certainly like you said make an argument for that the other. Excuse me the other? you look, you can make an argument either way with ally. and. Rivers rivers goes through numbers in a Lotta Times I. Think People get caught up in the numbers instead of looking at what what he's really what he's accomplished in his career. I mean you could. I could grow for sixty thousand yards and most of his be like okay. Those big numbers are hall of fame numbers, but as he got to the playoffs as he got to a conference. You Know Multiple Conference titled Games the got to the Super Bowl heavy, won the super bowl, but the MVP's and but you know all those kinds of things so you know you I. You lie would be a tough one for me. Even though he has two super bowls, I and like I said you know. Does he have the superbowl been conference thing, but like you said any. There's there's a lot of. Lot of math you know in between all of that with you I, so that would be for me I be a little tougher call. rivers I. I'm not there yet with him, but now yeah, I'm I'm there with now? Look. Again this is all subjective stuff I. Love Best is the comments we get from people so. Seriously check out the door funds sports page on facebook people and. Seriously like get involved with us. Talk to us about things. And I got another one for you. Which Division Are you liking? Better, the NFC? West or the NFC south, and obviously the players are the rams the cardinals. The forty niners, the seahawks and the other side. You got the panthers Tampa Bay now with Tom Brady got. Atlanta and you've got drew brees their New Orleans. I Dunno man. I have to go me personally. I have to go with the NFC west right now. Because I think the quarterbacks are slightly better, and that's only because we don't really know what's going on in Carolina Yeah. We know about Tom Brady new guys. Maybe the best best set of weapons guys ever had drew brees. We know that this guy can do, but will there be any dissension from his teammates. With, obviously what he said Atlanta Mattie ice. I'm not sure this guy's recovered since the super bowl from a couple years back I, don't think Atlanta's covered in general, and then you look at the other side, right? You Got Jimmy Garoppolo the quarterback there with San Fran and Obviously he he's. He's coming up in his own rights. You Got Russell who's amazing. We love this guy. I'm not. I'm not sold on on on jared. Goff and I'm not sold on Kyle Maria, but I do like the upside on both these guys, so I'm GonNa. Say the NFC west. No I'm I'm with you at the NFC West Guy. You know out here in Arizona at Kyla Murray, who's a young up and coming quarterback and everybody? Everybody seems to be on the Collar Murray Bandwagon in the last five or six months after what they saw last year. I think he's good. I am not completely on the train in terms of cuyler because he's you know, he's only played one year you know you guys. I mean the extra quarterbacks Jimmy Jean and Ross and The Rams. quarterback name is slipping my my member. Else Jared Goff Yeah thank you yeah I'm just you know I'm almost fifty? So it's you know ages sticking and I guess but the. quarterback. You're the guy that's not kidding. I'm when I when I mess up. I'm kidding just so you know you're the one that when you mess up. It's legit brother. Good. Okay all right. Everybody out there. Listening DORF got jokes today all the sudden. Okay Speaking of jokes let let's let's this is not a joke. Let's jump out to the phones. One, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two nine. Let's hook up with our good Buddy Mitch in Santa Monica Mitch and Santa Monica the MIC. Is Yours how you doing today, my friend? I'm doing just great any Mike. By the way, by the way before you get on your rent, happy Father's Day to you happy father's Day to all the great dads out there man. Thanks thank you very much. Of A ramp rampage is more of a just more of a discussion first of all Philip. Rivers I think the most the greatest underachieving quarterback in the history of the NFL but let's move on from that topic. When I found interesting, was I wanNA talk about yesterday's La Times was a fun page article in the main section about the UCLA players having thirty US UCLA players, having demands the school before they come back to practice and even more so in the front page of the sports section. HOW THE NEW BLUE CHIP! Chip recruits are starting to dictate to some of these schools that really haven't conform to the social standards that we now are expecting of ourselves, and this country to live up to and that they may not be going to come since of the world. You know you have you know guys like Mike Gundy who are still trying to atone for racial slurs that he threw as a quarterback in nineteen, eighty, nine at Colorado. And how is he going to recruit guys to come into Oklahoma State? You know when these guys. Are Coming. Out of high school. Their greatest leverage they have is before they signed that letter of intent after that they're basically at the mercy of the school, so they're starting to realize that you know what if they're gonNA. Make some change in in the world in college sports. You know they may not be looking at Texas so quickly anymore. He may look at and you know telling them. You know what you want me to come there. You'RE GONNA need to take down this sign here. You'RE GONNA. Have not have this building named this way you know. Know there's a lot going on right now. These these days you gotta look at the power of these kids coming out of school are going to have. They're gonNA help create some sort of change in the environment, especially a lot of these other schools and then like I said. The UCLA players aren't coming back so quickly on Monday because they WANNA. Have a third party cove in nineteen. You know moderator in granted. They have one of the best medical facilities in the world. You're UCLA, but still I could give them. Gives them any guarantees, and then you have chance for Chris and Berkeley. WHO had a? Online chat or discussion tunnel how? UC BERKELEY IS GONNA. Bring back their population and not really let kids congregate in any. The question was posed. How do you see life at Berkeley? And and she said along with the associate. Chancellor. There would be kind of more than twenty five. There would be in room classes for under twenty five, but you're large lectures would have would would all be online and so? I began to wonder it's like well. How does that translate to like a football team? She got eleven aside. That's twenty two plus you. Have you know the others your special teams? Essentially you're suiting up about sixty plus your trainers plus your coaches. You got about one hundred people are involved I mean you've got to remember guys and just taking cal, which is not a football powerhouse last year, Ashton Davis Jalen, Hawkins and Evan we were. Drafted the NFL I mean the practice field, and the weight room was basically classroom and examinations were on Saturday. I mean what's the difference between those guys who basically were majoring in football although their degree doesn't say. They got a job. They majored in football. Much like a lot of kids are doing majoring to try and get. This your chase carver's trying for the next two years trying to parlay itself into potentially being. You know a NFL quarterback. This is just cal. You know this isn't a football powerhouse. Look at that as how you GonNa let them congregate. Even with, and they said well, we might have full without fans. You can't have them 'cause. You just told us. Twenty five in the classroom. Even it's outdoors I. Just don't get the hypocrisy that some of these challenges at schools are giving to us all in the name of the mighty dollar and I know that you're you know Mitchell Santa Monica. He's the he's the doomsday. You know. He's Debbie Downer. And all that. No, I I'm actually Ritchie realist when it comes to all. For a long time. Dr Fauci said the NFL wasn't coming back. You know who it was. It was your main man mentioned Santa Monica Ritchie. Realist here telling you that there was no way you can have a bubble mentality for the NFL any college sports. The only thing that you might have some sort of bubble going on is what we've seen horse racing yesterday. Anyone watched the Belmont yesterday that was exciting. Not and then you have you know, go fast, turn left I. Mean You know NASCAR? A little golf going on, but you know when you get down to it. Basketball might have a chance at disneyworld although. I think Florida's doing their best to actually mess up everything that anyone trying to do along with the state of Arizona and there's no way football's coming back. Hey Man you know that was unbelievable. Stuff like always from Mitch and Santa Monica, and you bring up so many good points, and you make me feel extremely disappointed and depressed about the reality of the situation man. So you know what thank you for ruining my day. Happy Father's Day to you, brother. My pleasure Andy Mike. His father's Day to you. Happy Father's Day any, do you? Your father Happy Fathers Day to myself. 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He's Mike Wilson Amando, or if it is the door font sports weekend edition, get at us a couple of different ways. Call us one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine, hit us up on twitter Mike Pigskin. Opinion for me. It's door fund sports check out the social media, stuff or sports on facebook. The real door sports on instagram. Mike, our number one flown by like it always does. My friend obviously We talked to John Poulter a little bit about the situation in Major League Baseball and hockey and You know as the days go by I just think sports become. I? I don't want to say less important, but I think they become. Less. Less realistic I guess. Taking a I'M GONNA, Steal! This from Ritchie. Realist, who just got off the phone with US Mitch in Santa, Monica, I do think it becomes. The reality becomes a little bit more difficult all the time, doesn't it? Oh, yeah, absolutely you know I've. Been in Mitch's camp there. Richie realises camp. in terms of you know football, college, football, NFL, coming back or just any of these sports really Kelly back with I think we're just setting ourselves up for failure. I really do It's just and not the new upset that I'd say. It's just so complicated. and there's so much nuance with with. Bringing these sports back I just don't think it's possible in twenty twenty. It's crazy man. I just don't know if we ever thought we'd be in a situation like we're in right now. Where we don't have answers, we have more questions than we know what to do with and time just keeps going by in. It's the more does less likely. We are to having those sports. Come back, so reality is. Is this going to hit us in the face at some point in time I hear. Hear the music I know. We gotta take that pause for the cause. Keep a close everybody. Our number one of the books that means our number two on the Horizon Marquette certain. 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Listening to Dorfman sports here on your favorite APP, now here's Andy All righty, everybody welcome back in Mike, Wilson Andy Dorf, Guinea through another door for sports weekend edition. We're now going to hook up with our good buddy. Mark Sutton who is the man behind the? Don't shoot the Messenger podcast many different things. This guy's got his hands into, but extremely happy to have him joining us today. Mark how you doing brother. I doing goodfellas! Thank you for having today. Always a pleasure talking to you and you know what I think. We gotta discuss some things that have gone on in the world. Are you down or you would? All right all right so. There's a lot going on man I'm I I don't even know where to start to be quite awesome man, but there's so much going on in the world right now. and obviously I wanNA talk to you a little bit about social justice, and what we're seeing here in America, and and honestly all throughout the world, and the support that that that people have given for George Floyd and others that have. had their lives taken by. Terrible, police officers police brutality. You know when when we think about Colin Cap for Nick and the message that this guy was bringing to us a couple of years ago. How does it all kind of come together man like? What goes on in your head when when when I think about all this stuff I'm saying to myself. Wow, we could have avoided a lot of problems. Had We not listen to this guy a lot sooner? How about you? Yeah you know what Andy It's one of those situations that until you see it I. think that people don't understand what's going on and I think that Colin Cabinet he was on, he was just trying to bring awareness to the situation. Because you know, it was happening more than people realize. It before games after Games just wanted to bring that awareness and we had listened to him with this Still be going on. Yeah, of course it would have, but I think that you know the message that has sentenced Sports X.. We need to make sure that it's very diverse, and we have people that look like minorities that are in these positions that can definitely make a change forties. Players when you talk about policy and laws make sure that those are equal across the board, but also trying to find a solution. You know not just people in jail because you did say okay well, how do we really? What's going on? What are the punishment for those who abuse their power? Know like you said they're great officer. They are a lot of break people in the world, but sometimes you officers that abuse that power and you know they're the ones who are usually on the good and of that, but you know what Cabernet was doing again I think that people are realizing. He just wanted to bring awareness of what's going on, so we can have a conversation and move forward that change I agree. Go ahead Mike jump in. Yeah, my questions Mike Wilson. It's great to talk to you, It might be the thing that thing that I'm seeing with with college athletics now is. College athletes. They don't have a platform of blonde. James or late, or you know you know the football, the football guys but. They're starting the platform to speak out on things on campus. Is that an encouraging sign for you as well? Definitely is you know it's? It's one of those situations where a lot of campuses and diversity are allowing. These kids are allowing these talk and you know when these kids talk. We need to have university back. These kids you know really saying. Hey, we are here for you and actually show an action because a lot of kids are scared of talk because you know a lot of them, come from impoverished backgrounds, and there's usually the first. First to come from their family to earn a degree, or you know to try to painted a degree, so they're like. Hey, if I say this, what would be ramifications and if universities are saying? Hey, you know freedom of speech. We have your back. You have a right to do that. it will be very comfortable, and it'll be a great thing, and that's where we need to have this escort. Players want to protest and show. Players want to you know. Bring awareness of social injustice I think that the League should let them you know with that. Being said we talk about social justice. Be have to make sure that we have minority NBC's positions. GM's president hopefully one day owner of NFL team. That's where to change. Come at. It will also trickle down to a Lotta. These cities where a lot of major sports are played at to help all these communities as well. I I agree one hundred percent. That's the voice. From. The don't shoot the Messenger podcast. And I agree with you. Totally. At the end of the day I've said this before what it's GonNa take is it's GonNa? Take some of these older white people to either pass away right and honestly I. Don't want anybody to die, but they're going to have the pass away. They're going to have to step down from their position like you said to have people of minority wind up getting those jobs, and they're and they're deserving of them as As well so so with that being said I've always said. Let's hire the best person the best candidate. It doesn't matter to me if they're red, blue, green, black, yellow white, it makes no difference man. You hire the best person for that job. I think you said something that that I think extremely important and Mike. You said something that the message here isn't just for my quiet. It's for all. All of us to be honest with you, we we all need to be aware of what's going on in the world so so when you ask him. Hey, are you happy about seeing that? We all should be happy about seeing a change and to me the biggest change is this younger generation man that the people that are out there protesting right now though they're young at least from what I'm seeing, I'm. I'm seeing younger people for the most part, and the movement is only as strong as they continue to make it. Am I right about that mark? Let you are totally right. They're young generation again. Not just African african-americans or you know Spanish, but you see a lot of white young people who I say, these are my friends. We are tired and you're absolutely right. The young generation will lead the way. I agree I just think it's so important for those people to continue what they're doing because they're building momentum all right whether whether whether people want to admit it or not, they are building momentum and I'm not. I'm not putting the looters and the rioters in this category. That's not doing. Nobody is none of us want that peaceful protesting is our right, and that's something that that has been done for for for for a long long time, so it's something that that is acceptable, and it's something that you do to help. Hopefully provide change, and if you stop the movement, then then you lose it so I, think it's extremely important for this younger generation to continue it all right mark I gotta ask so with all this being said. Is there a safe way to bring sports back, or are we throwing the dice? No matter what. Other the Safeway to bring sports back. I think again going consistent testing with that and also to. Give the players that voice you know, because not only are we having a lot of protesting throughout the world, but we also are in a pandemic. Don't player safety and players voices very important. When you talk the NFL baseball They're having a issues, but players have to be I. have to see what do the players and that is the most important thing, but even when sports resume given that platform to let everyone speak out against social injustice. So. Where are you on, guys kneeling? Because quite frankly, it's going to happen and I think it's going to happen across the board so if you don't like it and I'm not meaning you per. Se I'm talking about people in general. If you don't like it, turn the TV off for a couple minutes, and then bring it back because at the end of the day. We all need and want the entertainment, and this is this can and will be an escape. How important do you think sports are to helping with social injustice? That's happening right now. How will it bring people together? It will bring people together because a lot of the athletes you know. Are you know the minority community? You know they have a voice. They have a platform, so they're experiencing these things on a daily basis once they leave the court sealed or any play arena. They experience these things that people don't like them or speaking out and I think that what they should do is talk to someone who is other minority and say hey, what can I do to help? What can I do to make things better or again we? We don't WanNA. Do you know we don't want to say? Hey, help help us. We shouldn't have to say that what we want us to be able to play. Sports is a safe haven and safe. Haven should be hey i. am your brother or sister and arms? Let us work with you also coming from a fans, even if you don't understand axe questions, because that's what's going to help change, you might not understand. Get to understand so we all can do our part to help this thing, and and I'm talking social injustice. Yeah I. Mean Look we we we. We've come a little ways, but we still have a long long way to go and this this to me is is extremely powerful and I'm all about it and we're doing our part where we provide people a form where we let them speak their minds. We're trying to do other things as well as far as in the community Mike and I so at the end of the day I think we all play a part, a major part and a major role in making this world, a better place and everybody's just gotTa take it upon themselves. Agreed Grief, all right mark, let so pop pump-pumping yourself a little bit. How can people check you out a little? Okay, you can check me out on facebook. Mestre cash, you also check out my personal page mark quit, and they are you e, t sutton, as ut co, and and also I'm on Apple, spotify or to other platforms. Don't you domestic podcast? Thank you guys so much for having. Again, not just coming from the American House but white males and this change our previous. Hey Man we're going to have to keep doing this and obviously you've filled in for Mike. You feel then for me and you're always welcome. I'll keep reaching out to you and I think that like you said. It's extremely important to talk and communicate. That's the only way we're gonNA figure this out and we're going to figure it out together. My friend have a great day. Happy Father's Day to you too as well. Thank you guys. Mark Sutton from the don't shoot the Messenger podcasts get rid of ours wealthy knowledge. Of Really Intelligent Guy. We gotta take a pause the cause we'll come back. And Mike and I will continue rapping about the sports will Mike Wilson Andy Dwarf it is the door Font sports weekend edition? If you were a loved. One is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work. Then listen carefully. 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If you can tell for me, it store font. Sports I guess I love myself. If you can't tell and obviously the facebook pages fun sports, you instagram is the real to our sports, and you know what Mike You can't laugh at yourself. You can't laugh at anybody, so we laugh at ourselves a lot and appreciate more quite certain. Our good buddy from the don't shoot the Messenger podcast coming on talking to us about social injustice. What's going on in? America right now. What's going on all over the world? some of us get it some of us. Don't you and I are both white and I think that we get. We, get it man. We understand what's going on. And there's a lot of white people and I'm talking to that. Don't get it. They don't understand what's going on. And they have this thing called white privilege, and they're just stuck with it. We get it. We understand, and you know what I'm willing to share it. I don't know about you, but I want to share some of those privileges with everybody around the world, and that's the way we make this place a better place for everyone. Yesterday and You know like like you said and we've said it even on our local show here in Phoenix. We need to sit and talk with each other and try to understand where everybody's at shows, empathy for people that are going through struggles that are having difficult times, and and That's the bottom line. to me is just communication and showing empathy to others. Speaking of communication. I'm I've been looking a few different scenarios obviously with the NFL because I. Think that the NFL, has the best shot at making things work most recently, we heard Dr Fauci. Who is kind of being shut out by everybody right now and everybody hates the guy because you know he's he's. He's telling you things that you don't want to hear to be honest with you. At least that's the way I see it but he says that he thinks NFL football needs to come back in a bubble and. Look Mitch and Santa Monica brought up a great point. There sixty seventy. Whatever our many players coaches and. Trainers, and this and that and the other that are going to be out on that field. At the end of the day, social distancing is going to be incredibly difficult. It's not going to happen. Okay, so with that being said you bring these people back. You do your testing as much as you possibly can. But with that being said. I think that were. Foolish naive. Maybe a little slow to think that it's not going to affect the best players in the games and when that happens. What does that do to these sports? So if you take if you take Lebron James if you take Yanna Scientific Kubo out. If you take James Harden out. If you take Tom Brady out. If you take Lamar Jackson, have you take Patrick mahomes out. You get where I'm going with this. How do you accommodate for all of the negative? That can happen. Do you just proceed and go on or do you have to be prepared to start? Stop and not finish. I think you have to be prepared to start. Stop and not finish. I I just really do because the plug is if Lamar Jackson contracts, it or Lebron James or Janas. Saying If those people can get it then. The twelve guy on the bench can get it then the third string cornerback and get it and that's just that's just rolling the dice on people's help. against the virus that can kill you and that to me. Personally. If not worth the radically. Trying to. In a nutshell trying to? Convince players that. The black lives matter movement is more important than playing the Games and to me I. I feel like. I feel the opposite I'm sorry, but I feel like you play those games. You have your your place to. To do what you WANNA do. and. I'm telling you what? There's no way there's no way that people aren't. GonNa let people protests, or taking the or do whatever they wanNA. Do Right now. Before Games happen. Am I right, you think. Do you think there's any violations? If players wanted. Take a knee right now. I don't think there's any ramifications other than that. You're going to be bringing awareness to what's happening in the world and again like I've said if you don't like it, turn the channel for a couple of minutes right? Right, right mean that's that's all you gotta do it. It's the same thinking when you're listening to the radio, and you hear a song that you don't like what do you do you change the channel? Then you come back, you know once once you figure. The song is over the same thing in sports if you don't like it. Turn the volume off, turn the TV offer. Keep three minutes and then flip it back on, and you're going to be just fine. You sit there and watch the game, so Kyrie you know you can say what you want about Kylie in terms of basketball leadership on the court. All that kind of stuff and I, mean you know? I'm I'm selfish fan so I. I would have a lot of things to say about how you know maybe destructive. He can be inside the locker room, but it least with this. You know the NBA is reading have present that other side of the argument and Lebron letting him because let's face it. You know. Lebron has a really good relationship with the commissioner and. You know they're letting all sides beer now I. The thing with me is is Kyrie just presenting this just to be? just to present the other side. She truly believe this in terms of you know the movement. Black lives matter all that Kinda stuff I tend to think that With you anti that you know, you have the perfect platform and visual with TV medium, the TV. To keep the the movement going by taking a knee by speaking out before the game, and even maybe even post game interviews knows but it's the platform is still going to be there to keep the keep the movement going. He's even suggested that the players somehow figure out a way to step away from the NBA and form their own league I mean. Look. I'M! All about bringing awareness to what's going on in the world, but If your career irving, you gotta realize that. There's a lot that goes into having a league, and it's not like you can do. This isn't like a pop-up League. You get what I'm saying. you go out there and all of a sudden say. Hey, we're GONNA pop up our own league and we're going to start this up. It doesn't work that way Kyrie. A lot that goes. You need places to play. You need arenas Y-. You need to pay people to to sell tickets. There's so much that goes into this stuff that when a guy suggests something like that. To me that that that. That's him. That's him on a totally different wavelength again I'm all about the social injustice that's happening, but but again to to say like. Hey, we. We should just create our own legal walkaway from the NBA. I'm not so sure that guy should follow this, Mike. Or another way it's just a stupid that that ain't going to happen, and Kyrie was with that anyways. It was way off base in terms of you know putting that out there. I'm sure most of the players in the NBA or smart enough to figure out. Yeah, you just like you said Andy. It's you just can't pop it up and just start going with another, and it takes planning. It takes. It takes months. Maybe even years of planning to. Be something like that, but you know diary. Is GonNa what he's to. All Right I. Hear The music I guess we gotta take another pause for the cause When we come back on the other side, we're GONNA hook a wealth of knowledge and I I can't wait to hear what he has to say, because obviously it's. Extremely PAS. From him fight. We're getting that. We gotta make a move. We'll take a posture the cost. It's the door font sports weekend addition. Keep a closer. Right back Is Door for. Sports. Here. 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Addition Mike Wilson hanging out with me as always I'm Andy Door. You can get at us a couple of different ways. Call us one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two nine. You can hit us. Up On twitter for Mike Pigskin. Opinion for me store sports check US out on social media facebook. Instagram it's the real door on sports and speaking of real. We got the real bret boone with US former major league, baseball player Second Baseman during his career. three-time all-star four time gold glove winner in a two-time silver slugger award winner Brett Good Morning. My friend you buddy. Guys! Is. What's GonNa was Bret Boone doing today. Breath. Up in the middle of the night, taking his son to the airport up, who got the door sport Shogun. We're. Eric sightings love it I. Love It, man, I! Love it so basically what you're saying is you didn't get a lot of sleep last night. You're a little cranky. Your little, your little vice morning and Just doesn't get ally. I just really adapt. So, I'm not cracking all actually. I'm good I'm good good. Tell us your latest and greatest feeling about Major. League baseball right now when in the hell are cooler, heads prevail. And when are we going to see these guys take the field, and with that being said obviously, the last couple of days have been interesting as far as some people contracting the virus, and obviously the dynamic, and the situation is beyond difficult, but we need it. We gotta have it. How does it happen? I'll tell ya it's. It's starting to wear me out I. mean this is getting old. We've been talking about it for two months and it's like. I've been the optimist and. I'm looking at the deal. You know and if you just go by what is reported, you know which I trust, the the guys I look to for how it's reported you don't. We. Don't get to see what you know the. The In the Italic in the small writing, but we pretty much have the gist of of what the. What the deal is now what's on the table and from what I read? Sixty game schedule at full pro rated salaries. Well from. From a player's perspective. They got a Helluva deal sitting there right now. You Got Sixty Games now from the FAN's perspective. I don't know if they're happy with only sixty games I think most fans would like more than sixty games scheduled to legitimize it a little bit more. Because you know because of the normal hundred and sixty two, it's tough to go from that to sixty and then crown somebody a world series without after have the fans going come on? That wasn't really you know. A season that really wasn't a chest of who should have been in the postseason. Who won the world series? That being said from the players perspective. Sixty Games full pro rated. With with as of now, Alex, how it sits zero fans in the stands so that whole revenue stream not going to the owners I. Don't know how you get a better deal than that per game. So I I wouldn't see if they're okay. They went to sixty. You've heard and there's been some positive tests I think especially in in Phillies camp at a Fluffy. Sarah them. We got much speaker going off, Mike State. That's my alarm case. I slept to long there we go. That's all right. That's fine. I mean I. I think we all heard what. You know what was reported in Phillies scam five players. From staff members I think the Yankees had some staff member from sources. All, we're GONNA we're. GonNa delay the vote to the players because. When when it comes down to play, and you can get all the sentiment can get all the players saying the right thing, but it does come down to a vote and soon as the vote, it's very, you know it's a quick thing where yeah you got this and can't be at my team votes. Yes I've talked to. Everybody, so it's it's more procedural, but there has to be a vote. And now what I'm hearing is they're gonNA. Delay the vote to. You know find out what's going on From the. Virus standpoint so. I don't know I think at this. Stage I think. Fans are Kinda been negative that being said. If something's done. They get on the field. It's a fun exciting season. This will all be a footnote like it never happened. Just like everything is as long as you go out and give give them a good show. And Win and and. Know. People tend to forget about all the the May leading up to it. Bread I I asked this. I have to early in the show in terms of mapping. And I think. I think that'd be a nice. I think that the gas that could that could have been avoided. Easy, you know. Hey, we're. We're GONNA play. We're not gonNA play four days later. I understand that from A to go sheeting standpoint I understand that behind closed doors when you're. Negotiating with the other party, but to put it out publicly in, do then it? It looked. I think it shed a light on him like I'm not the right guy for this job. Now I. Don't Know Rob. You know I'm sure that job which is. You know I think people don't. And I don't know if we covered this last week or not pickle. Rob Manfred is not the independent arbiter in the middle of the players and the owners. ROB MANFRED IS A. Basically an employee that is paid by the owners to carry out what they would like to be. Care you've got an extension of the owners, which is the which is the commissioner of Baseball. I don't know. I I wouldn't think that would be an easy position because. Probably owners can be fickle and go back and forth really quick so when he took them. took the MIC and said we're GONNA. Play a hundred percent, and then four days later said. And not optimistic about slaying, the complete opposite of what you said I. Don't know I just doesn't I. Don't think it sits right with the fans with the fans out there hearing two different things. Thanks from from somebody in a very very important position, because when you say one hundred percent and then backtrack. It's not like you said I'm looking. It's very optimistic that we're going to play. And then you know. My optimism has faded a little bit. That's one thing, but just say a hundred percent. And then probably not. it's almost like you're playing with people's emotions, and and quite frankly I'm getting to the point to where it's like you know. This has gone on for so long. It's like a soap opera. Get on with it already. People are tired I'm with you, that's the. Does he have any respect from the? Players laughed or is. Mike said this earlier. That does Manfred make it through this. Does he continue this job? If if things blow up in a majorly bad way, which? Looks more and more like it each and every day as they go by because like we're talking about this window of time is closing on us, so The players respect to the owners respect him, and then also does he make it through this I if. If. This goes in Vlad wet keeps his job. And if the owners team that he did a bad job and make the game look bad or Shed a negative light on the game, then no, he doesn't survive this. It's pretty. It's pretty clear cut. from a player's perspective for the standpoint. They're not dealing. You know only the top guys who usually you got a nationally representative. You got an American like representative. Direct negotiations there on the front lines with. The lawyers that the Union employees and and Tony Clark. They're the guys closest to Tony. Getting that feedback, the rest of them, and then it trickles down to the individual. Player reps which trickles down to the players so so not in the majority, ninety nine percent of the players or having no interactions with rob Manfred. They're seeing what we see. So what would as a player right now? You know I'm GonNa. Put you in that position. What would you be thinking about? He's handled it so far, so no I don't think the. Their interpretation of his reputation right now is voting too well for them. Being, said He. It doesn't matter you. Know I shared I, shared with you on several occasions. Since my interactions with bud ceiling. You know when bud ceiling was named a commissioner. The first thing everybody said was oh. That's a conflict of interest. Of course, it's the conflict. Of interest. He owned the Milwaukee brewers. He was the. Can't switch, but that's why I, said rob, Manfred, it's not like he's in the middle of the fair guy. He works in the owners. But after twenty years of bud ceiling all the once we got past that night. Before striking work stoppage. The things she implemented, and there was a Lotta, illwill coming from the players side towards, but but I just have to look at it as a as an honest player that lived. Through. That time period with him, and when he retired looking back at the game and what happened. I have to say that bud. Seelig was was a positive for the game of Baseball I. Think he moved it forward and I've got to admit I think he made some good moves and made the game. Better and grew the game, so things can change over the years. This is the bay now it's at what does the players think about ceiling I don't think you'd have very good. Feedback coming so time will tell but you know unless you just get through this thing. The heels there you know. Let's get it done I mean there's too much and now with the Kuroda I understand. Health is at the forefront I it's it's very important. but dour delaying the vote. Vote it's like hell. Part of it's going to get worked acting correctly, but the deals there. Let's not put it off anymore. Now that's a great point like I. Don't want to steal your thunder, but we've only got a couple of minutes and I I think I'd be remiss if I didn't get these these couple things in. With Brad before he lets before before we let them run and I agree with you on Bud. Silly 'cause I always thought it was a conflict of interest and you know me. I am from the Great State of Wisconsin. I'm a brewer fan. A sit well with me when he was the commissioner and the owner, but I do agree, did some great things for baseball and most most notably the wildcard bringing that second wildcard, so I saw this picture with the Boone boys bringing home some dinner and that's the. Thing up for what we did. We did it last night. We've got so much meets. You know I've never landed a fish like that. I've been a lot of charter boats. I've fished a lot in my life you know. Let! Let me not mislead your listeners. I am by no means an angler. Fish the. You know I've been out a lot of the deep sea boast and you know when I was a kid. We catch flounder and sea, Bass, and and King Fish and. I've had a lot of great times on both I've never seen a fish that big come onto the boat. And it was a long day we. Live in the. No saying failure minutes. That's going across. All three of the boys man like that. That's a big fish. She got there. How how was? I didn't forty. With this because I think this is pretty cool, although you probably should be higher on the list, you guys came in at Number Ten on Colin, cowherd. Best. Father Son combinations. So that? That's pretty cool, but being number ten. You guys are number one in my book Brett. Got Thank, God. The cause Mike and I will come. Back like we always do with parting chats. Keep a close every. But you never WANNA. Miss that it's always interesting, always exciting. Repairs. Do you have tennis? It never seemed to make their monthly payments. How about code violations? Do Taxes or maintenance costs. You just can't afford them. Call my friends right now with quick cash offer. They specialize in buying any home. No matter how ugly this at home headaches. Wherever, they by the. Houses with. Instant, closings. Instant cash and huge savings, plus their no few more houses in you. 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Thank John Poulter for joining us today in our number one obviously talking about Major League Baseball and hockey, and then our number two. We gotTA thank quit Sutton for joining us from the. Don't shoot the Messenger podcast, and then our good buddy, Bret Boone from obviously former major league baseball player, Seattle Mariners Mike parting shot time my friend you are. My point shots. If we go out to all the DADS out there, that are doing the right thing. They're being a dad. They're spending time with the kids. there. Be there for their kid. They're showing their kids how to be empathetic showing them how to listen. Directions Direction just in general, be a good human being. All right well, good good. I'm glad you finally came back to me there because you were kind of distant. For the start of that, but I got the gist of what you were saying and. Dorfman is GONNA piggyback. 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Now what's crack in episode one hundred and thirty two of the Jim Rome podcasts my guest this week or Jimmy Connors and his son Brett together they host the advantage Connors podcast, and I am pumped to have both of them sitting together and taking a break from there in order to do mind this week Jimmy courses an absolute legend. He won eight. Grand Slam titles. Titles. He also held the world number one spot for a total of two hundred and sixty eight weeks. He still has the record for most open era tournament wins. Ever Jimmy's got stories for days and Brent ads the perfect color perspective as somebody who grew up all around it, so let's get this thing started episode. One hundred thirty. Two is coming at you right now. Jimmy bread is so good to have both on the podcast Jimmy. Let me start with you. It's been a little while since you and I got caught up. But you and Brett have busted out with your own podcast. His called advantage Connors Jimmy at this point in your life. You can do whatever the hell you want. Why did you want to jump into this space? And what are you looking to do with your platform Jimmy? Yeah you don't Jimmy? Yeah thanks for bringing that up. It's I I've always you know Kinda wanted to to do something and on the radio or You know to have a voice and talk about tennis and a lot of a lot of things that go on over the course of not only my day, but everybody's Day and And bread and I were sitting around I guess a bread. Correct me if I'm wrong. I think it was during the Australian Open and all of a sudden. He says you know. Why don't we sit down and talk a little bit about you know gambling and which is starting to come into tennis now? A little bit and And talk about the Australian Open and the odds, and who you think's GonNa win. Who's the dark horse? And you know so? We we kind of sat down and talked about it and filmed it a little bit, and and you know came up with a you know a pretty good project so You know it's fun. It's fun for me, but To do, but it's more fun than I get to do with Brad. and and He's on his own down in San in Santa. Monica and I don't get to see him as much as I'd like. And this is kind of brought us together a little bit more and you know so I can see him, and also you know. Hear his views because you know his time around tennis with you know. His businesses in production and in for tennis and. He watches more tennis than anybody, so he kind of keeps me up the day when I'm falling behind. He let me just jump in Brian I gotta ask you because I want to know what it was like not only growing up with Jimmy. Connors is Your Dad, but illness dossiers your godfather because it sounds cool as shit, was it? Oh. Yeah I. Mean Definitely Cool. You know I think everybody knows. Those guys are all their antics on the court. And the personality and the bad boy stuff, but you know to me growing up? He was just dad, and it was just my pops, and I was just uncle nasty you. I didn't even trusting y you know. His name was uncle nasty. A little bit older. But yeah man I mean it's just It was great I had a kind of a privileged childhood growing up around all those guys. You know able to travel and be a part of the tour. have that during my upbringing and I think you know it's benefited me and my career, doing stuff and tennis production and you know being able to do this pops. It's been really cool just because you know he's. Kinda got the the old school on lockdown. And you know he knows all the old players, the style everything, and then I'm able to kind of you know. Bring the bring the new school in a little bit of what's going on today and I think it's a good mix I love. Love, this Jimmy I want I. Don't want this I want loses point because I think that when you say what you said about Brad I get this because I've got a couple of teenage sons right now, and I literally can't wait until they're old enough for me to throw back a couple with them, because I know it's going to be a great time now. The bread is a little bit older. What's it like to hang with him? And then the collaborate on a project like this with your son? You know hanging I'm I'm learning? Things you know I'm I'm I've been you know kind of a way for a while and you know to to get back into it and. You know get the feel of You know really ten, not not only just tennis, but you know the way things really are, and and I I've kind of kept mostly to myself over the last number of years and enjoyed that, but you know hanging with Brad and you know I. I'm not afraid to say it, but that's forty and you time. Hey. That's okay, you know. Time has passed very quickly and. For me I look back in you know. I was traveling an awful lot while he was growing up, and even though my family was able to come with me quite a bit I certainly did miss a little bit or along the way and and so you know catching up and figuring a lot of things out you know from now until now has been great, but you know breath is. He's Modern Day and in in more things than just tennis, and and You know to to sit down into talk with him and to get his views, and you know, get a different perspective in in a different understanding of you know the way, a lot of things are and and so. Good for me because he keeps me up to date and you know keeps my mind sharp, and you know with being under quarantine. That's a that's been an important thing to try to find a way to keep busy, and he certainly has kept me busy. You know I can just tell the the affinity in the love and the respect that you guys have each other. It's very obvious like Brett. One of my favorite topics is this. Notion of nature versus nurture like you said you had a privileged upbringing pops came up gritty e Saint Louis I'm kind of curious like your dad. Jimmy was running on some crazy rocket fuel his whole career like. If you could bottle that stuff, it'd be the best thing. Ever. Jimmy was so fierce. I'm kind of curious. Do you think that's nature or nurture for instance? When you came out, you hardwired the same way much of that bread is environment and culture like same fire on your gut that he did. Yeah I. Mean I definitely think I have some of it in me. I'm super competitive. You know anything I. DO I mean I grew up playing golf and some tennis when I was younger. But I think I'd have to say. Maybe it's a little more. You know what I mean I think as being around him and. Absorbing his way of attacking things and looking at things the way you know how hard he worked and hardy practice and You know I used to go train with when when he was in the off season I go run these hills with them. When I was nine ten eleven years old. Make it halfway up the hill and he just keeps going leaves me with us. You know so I think it's a little bit of both, but you know I think. I picked up a lot of it just from being around him so much know I traveled a lot with them probably a lot more than most kids, my age or able to and you know I. Think some of the definitely rubbed off. Jimi you, of course, one hundred nine ATP events eight grand. Slams you a top player in the world, but you've been really clear about this that the best weeks of your entire career involve tournament didn't win. Of course that was ninety one US Open for those who do not know or remember the extraordinary circumstances Jimmy of those two weeks. Why were they the most memorable of your career? I think most of the the one thing that that really stands out from those two weeks him is. is the noise that the crowd made. and and that's that's what I wanted. My whole career is that the fans would. Would get into it like that like a hockey game or a baseball game or a football game or a basketball game, and just you know really really lose it, and and and get involved in and feel like they were down there playing and you know I played for over twenty years on the tour, and even though I was striving to to to try to get that throughout the course of those years I never really figured that I had found it in until those two weeks because the noise there was deafening. and you know whether they. Liked me they didn't like me. They wanted me to retire. They wanted me to stay around. You know the idea was that they were there and that they were they could identify with with a guy that that truly loved what he did, and had the passion for it every time he walked out on the court and was not afraid to show that. and and that I think that caught on to the point where you know after after so many years that. Of leaving my DNA out on that court, and and you know, and and you know my my line with that Jim is New York. Leave your DNA there. They like that you know Wimbledon. They ask you to clean it up. And but the New York crowd and what they gave me and and the. The noise and the feeling of of of of welcome that that they had given me because I had missed it the year before I had reconstructive surgery and didn't know if I was GONNA. Play ever play tennis again and and and the welcome that they gave me back and then the way they got behind me and and pushed me. Because let's face it I mean I should have been out in the first round. You know if if it wasn't for that crowd and you know along the way they pushed me in the harder they pushed me more I wanted to to play for them, so it was. It was beyond perfect match. You know throughout the course of my career, but those two weeks was. You know what perfection or speaking of the wrist surgery Jimmy. You may remember this. I'm sure you do Brett. If you know this story, but I think as somebody in the media business breath, I think maybe you will relate to this on the way up when I was I was in Santa, Barbara because I went to UC Santa Barbara, and Jimmy I'm sure that's not who I was because I was a young reporter on the way up, but we actually had a mutual friend. If you can believe this, and that mutual friend was a guy named Dr Rich. Rich Sheinberg and he was the one that did the surgery on Jimmy's wrist. And the reason I knew him was I knew another guy named Kim Olson. Did I used to play tennis with because I played tennis in high school in the Valley Brett, so we used to go to some of the mansions in Montecito because my Guy Olson owned an insurance company, and he tried to hustle business, so we would get on these courts with these rich guys and you guys know sports is the great equalizer. These rich guy sucked. None of them could play a lick. Tank all these matches Jimmy, so my guy could get business, but he would never get any business and get our asses kicked. I'm like what are we doing? Here is the biggest waste of time and Mike. I would say to me. Hey Man. Shut your mouth. We'll go to Harrys. Plaza cafe we'll get a couple of bloodies all pay for it. And this went on and on and on, and we never got anywhere. Point of the story is the DOC says to me one day, guys. He says Jim you know did Jimmy, surgery and you know the kind of laid back and quiet on Michael. You kidding you you did. This was because there was no social media. This wasn't news and Jimmy. You're very private and I said. That's amazing. He says to me. Would you like to interview him on a yeah? Yeah, that'd be great. You think he would do it. He was I think he would meet at Santa Barbara City College. College on the track. He's working Jimmy's wargin. So we did the interview I. Mean Like Fun Fact. Where am I going with this nowhere other than to say Jimmy? That's how you and I met initially, but that was he did your surgery now? The doc the DOC said you at one point Jim I I need to have a conversation with you. What was the conversation with? Doc Sheinberg Yeah I, mean you? You mentioned that storage and I remember that story well and and You know going you know after. I did that I. I I've been through a year of just nothing and I couldn't play. My wrist was bad. I would sporadically go out and try to play a tournament and. You Know I. Just you know I wasn't myself so if I wasn't myself I didn't really WANNA play. So I, went and tried to an event in Europe, and and got hammered and got on a plane and came back and I remember calling doc, and I said Jeez. Doc I said. You know just just not working out. He says he says You're you're you're back home and I, said Yeah. I'm back home. He says you're you're seeing me tomorrow at nine o'clock. And and I, said you doc I just got home. He says you're finished. If, you don't come in. You can't play, said you. You're not you're you? Don't want to go play like that. You're not you're yourself. You're not playing up your own expectations. So I went in and and he went in and I wouldn't see him. He went in my wrist and tried to find out what was wrong. and and I wake while it well. The whole thing went on Jim. I mean it was an incredible thing in. Talking to him, and and after after about an hour and twenty five minutes, he says I got a close up now. You can't you can't. Your arm can't be like this really longer. He closed up and and I'll never forget the words. He said he says this is either going to. It's either gonNA work for for the rest of your life, or you'll be done in five minutes. And That was a little. Little heavy and you know, but it was right so I mean I. I went home and and was depressed You know it was down. You know I mean everybody else's out training and playing tennis and you know which was my job. which is what I wanted to do and You know so. I I really didn't You know didn't figure out anything for for weeks. And until until doc dot finally knocked on my door because I know he'd been talking to my wife, Patti and and just you came in, and he says this is unacceptable. You says get out, and he says because if this works I'm not going to you know. Go in and take a chance on. You know doing all this having to be successful and you'd be Outta shape. So you know I, got up and you know. We went over and and he started training with me. And? Got Me up every day and and you know work the into it, and you know the the more the more I did it. The better shape I got into the more my mind got right and until. He finally told me after. Let's say I think it was like eight or nine weeks. He says he says I'm GonNa Change Your cast and he says I want you to go hit on a backboard. You know or have or have bret an Aubrey. Throw your balls like you know when when I first began as a beginner, and and that's the way I got back into. It it was. It was an incredible experience i. mean do what I WanNa go through it again. No 'cause I wasted a year. You know everything else. It that. I had to go through to do that. But the the experience to get me through there I knew then just how precious that time was. To give up a year especially at that age you know I was in my late thirties. thirty eight something like that then to have to give up a year then. You know was. It was a total waste and and and to be able to go out and play again. I was not gonNA. Let that go by if I was able to play and then From the very first day that dot gov out there I. Send Me On my mind got straight, and and I had one goal, and that goal was that. If I could go, play was to to to make a make some some always the US Open and you know played. The French had some success played. Wimbledon little success, but Once. I got to the US Open I felt if you know if I could win a mattress. Oh I! Get stuck in the tournament. Maybe I could make a little noise and a little noise. You know came my way, which was pretty good. It's amazing Jimmy. The thing I'm struck by with that story is at that age at thirty eight. Given what you'd already accomplished. You didn't need to do that. You didn't need to put yourself out there. You didn't go through the pain, the Rehab the surgery, but then again. That's always been your entire life. Without the did exactly I was going to go there. Answer that for me. Why did you have to do that? Well I didn't want to be told to go. You know if I was going to leave. I had to go out on my own terms and and know that that I did everything I could to to get back into to try to be what I thought I could be. and if I wouldn't have had that surgery and I did just accepted that you know, and and kind of just kind of gone away with a whimper You know that wasn't my style. You know if I was going to go I. You know I had to go. You know trying everything to to get back and and You know once Once I hit that I ball wants I played that my first match coming back and I got hammered You know it was not. It wasn't a problem I wasn't there to. You know to win I? WAS THERE TO EXPERIMENT You know to to to figure out if if I kept going and got a little stronger and what I had to do to. You know to make the risk better, you know I. I was willing to try anything in at thirty eight. You know you look at that and you say you know you're not. And and but you know I I live my life and played my tennis being nuts. And and there was no time to stop now because you know, my time was running out anyway and to to have one last shot. You know. I'll I'll never forget. When I when I got through one of those matches, my friend Stasi was watching and and He He came up afterwards and he says eat, and it's. Been told many times, but he told me he says you got what everybody else wants Jimmy. And I didn't know what he meant. But he says you. You've got one more chance. Right and and and you know you say. What he's saying that you know how how do I? How do I step around that and say well? It's. Give Up, no, really there was no no give up, and then it was just let everything out, and you know hope for the best and never give up. I'm your whole thing was. If it takes five hours seven hours ten hours I'm leaving this court until they drag me off the court so all this work, Jimmy and you set it up because you wanna make some noise in. In New York and you go to the US Open and hilarious. In a way, you drop Patrick. McEnroe in the first round, giving your history and rivalry with John. That was kind of curious, but then all of a sudden and Jimmy again. You're the epitome of not dead can't quit, but then you suddenly down two sets to none to love two sets down three love and the third. What are you thinking in that moment I know you've given up on anything? But truthfully. What were you thinking in that moment well? You know. Things happened so quick that you know I said all I need because I wasn't playing bad tennis. I was playing some pretty damn good tennis and. At that time just getting beaten. and so I figured that you know one one something has got to happen here to change this whole the this whole momentum whether it was. You know a shot or a an a fan or call, or you know something you know. We're going to have to switch some of the momentum, and and you know to be honest with you I wish I could remember. Go back and figure out what that was. Because I don't remember, but you know all the sudden. You know my my whole mindset, my whole attitude, my whole game changed. because it had to because we're to being down that far I mean there. was you know in doing what I was doing was not going to win that match. So once my you know my game changed. I became a more aggressive. I became more confident in my shots. I became. I became what I always was. It's it seems Kinda crazy to say that, but but I I finally found that feeling of what it was like to be me. And you know that you know if that wants that caught on then then I felt that just staying there and keep grinding, and you know I I made a living off of being a grinder, and and you know got into it and got stuck into it, and I got more confidence you'll patrick might have felt a little bit of the pressure coming his way and. You know I ended up coming out on top six four in the fifth, but yeah I mean it was. It was a story beginning to to Alaska would run, which led to the most in two weeks of your career like bread Jimmy had sent you and your mom and your sister home. You guys were not there for that, so you're at home. Are you watching this? What were you thinking? We'll POPs was down two sets of love three Oh. Yeah I've DEF definitely was watching He's in his home the week before an interesting story, if you. Got a second, please he. He played the Hamlet Cup, which was a tournament that happened a couple of weeks before the US Open. You know one of the prelims. And he won a couple. I can't remember what round. It was, but he. I think he drew Stefan Edberg and like the quarters something like the quarters I think that's right and he's. He's upset and maybe even a set a break, and then all of a sudden. He stops doing what he's been doing the whole match. And I'm like I'm looking like what the hill you know what's going on? You know you, you know. He's been dominating an effort at the top. You know two or three player at the time. And he ended up losing in three sets. And then we're driving back in in the limo back to the city. New York. And I'm like what happened. You know like Mad Feber. Shimmy. And he's just sitting there. Almost with this kind of calm look on his face now like Kinda just telling me like it's okay. It's all good you know, and and now that I look back. What he was doing was testing his game. You know he was upset. A break on top through player you know in in I think what he wanted to do. You know make sure the game was okay. You know and then he didn't WanNa waste all the energy by making another round or making semi finals. You know he was saving himself the USO. Year and a half before that had been focused on the US, open! And so figured he had had his. You know game was an order. You know if you can get out the set and a break on the top three player. You know he's definitely ready to play the US Open. So that always sticks out in my mind that you know two weeks before you know he was already thinking about you. Know I found opponent. See it's. It's a great story because Jim you never. That's the thing like I mean like any other great athlete. You're going to go out there and get hammered sometimes, but you were never not prepared I mean never ever not prepared and I talked to Kurt Warner earlier today on my radio program and I. I think both you guys can really relate to this Jimmy. especially. You Kurt was talking about how he's loved. He loved the film work. He loved the mental game. He loved to think his way through a game and I know you love to think your way through around a match and figure it out. If I were to ask you, Jimmy, what was your strongest tool then? Was it your game? Was it your mind or was it your heart? Yeah, right right? Yeah, I I. I feel that you're. The intangibles are are one thing that you know especially in tennis. Don't get enough credit. You know if if you look at the game. you go out there. Everybody plays great tennis. They hit the ball well, and and but it's it's Those who have you know the the strong mind, the heart, the guts, and you know and it. You know to to understand what it's like. When you get in a situation, you know how to handle it. About it don't waste your energy. Don't waste your time. You know everything is done for a purpose and You know you ask me you know what was good. Certainly you know to to win tennis matches and especially. Grand Slam tournaments which are two weeks so. You know playing three out of five sets. You've gotta be doing everything well, playing the game and and being a good mental state, but. If you if you leave out that that that intestinal fortitude, you know what you have inside that you can, you can, that can never be let out left left off the table because you know when you got somebody who's got that willing to go out there and stay in play five six hours with you. No matter what you know, that wears on the other guy as much as wearing on. You know what would wear on me, and but I was prepared for it. And you know to. You know I I hate to give you a flip answer that yeah was all three, but you know to. You know especially at at you know getting later on in life and missing. Yale in my career and and missing a year before you know I. I had to to adjust. To go into that tournament if I was going to. Stay in play into the second week and I did a few things very well and was able to Bide my time well on the courts. I became more aggressive and and didn't stay so much on the baseline, so I tried to get into the net a little bit more. But but What I had inside. I wish I. I wish I still had that in a lot of things I missed that. and and and I went to you know I I love the rocky movies Jim and you know anything that has to do with sports, but there was one line. Into last rocky. and he was gonNA. Just go in and and and I remember him saying he says. Sometimes I just can't breeze. Because because it's down there, because you never really get get that out of your system. You know and and to to you because you missed the. The training and you missed the travel. You missed the matches you miss. The glory missed the you know the getting hammered you missile that you know it, and sometimes in in unless you are lucky and and I have been very lucky because I was able to to play, you know until I was fifty so I got it all out of my system, but if I wouldn't have been able to come back and play after that Ritz wrist surgery I would have had that in me. That that I can't breathe because I wouldn't have gotten it out of my system. And I'll never I go back to that line because it's true and and and To have that in a movie because you usually wouldn't hear that from somebody unless they were one of the guys out there, the grinding in playing and being one of the players, but it was in a movie, and I've never heard anybody else. Say it that way, but but I could identify with that because it's a you know walking away from something that you put your you know you put your whole life into and your whole being to try to be the best at something and all of a sudden it comes to an end, and and you know sometimes that stuff to take, and and a lot of a lot of these young athletes today. I hope they understand that you know this could be over in the blink of an eye also. That things happen and and You know so appreciate every day and work at it every day and give it your best every day. Because when it's over, it's over. And there's no. There's no going back and saying I wish I could take that again. So. You have to live with that and and my My what if I don't have one? What if and that and that's pretty good for my mental state amazing? What a powerful message! So Brett you ultimately picked Gulf over tennis. So, what was it like playing golf? With Your Dad on the way up, and what was it like the first time you beat him on the golf course? yeah. I played tennis till I was about thirteen fourteen and tried to play both sports. Where you're in high school. It was too much. So I was definitely better at Golf. Golf and you know. He took me every day. Pick me up from school. You know once you know when he was little once he was done on tour, and we hit balls and then play nine holes before dinner. You know and he would always beat me. beat me! beat me and then I can't remember that was. Maybe you know fourteen something like that? You know and I finally beat him and. You know part of me was excited. The part of me was almost like you know Oh. You know I beat them? All now isn't GONNA! Feel sad or something like that and. You, know I looked over and you know. He was more proud of my accomplishment than I was. You know so. It just seemed like something. That wasn't still from him from his mom. I think she was probably similar when she taught him tennis and Kind of had the same story with him when he beat her the first time. It didn't take him long to beat me. He's a little modest gem. It didn't take long. He's you know. He learned right from the very beginning and you know took took the lessons and you know had had everything from the basics down. You know and learned it the right way and there's there's no substitute for that You know like you know me with tennis. You know I I got the good basics early. And then you've got to go on and spread your wings wings and do other you know. Know and move on and try to become better, and that's exactly what he did, and and You know all through high school. He got nothing but better, and and it was fun. You know when he'd take me along with them. Saying you know come on out and play with me once in a while dad, and then you know it was kind of fun for him to. Still you know tag along Get into games, but he. He had a good game from the beginning, but you know. He also had had talent in tennis, too. You know he was a good athlete he was. You know it was a good basketball player and you know, play tennis, play, Golfing, a good athlete, and and you know when when he didn't pick tennis. That wasn't a problem for me because I wasn't going to force him into that. You know it's A. It's a tough enough game. You know he didn't have to live up to. You. Know what what what he would think. were of him, but even more important. You know the the world's expectations of email that would that would be unfair. You know so always. When he went to Golf, I was actually Kinda, happy about that and and in proud of for picking his own way. I I think that bothered me a lot more. When I was younger, you know the tennis aspect and trying to live up to his name, and that probably help out of push me into the Gulf War. You Know Kinda gave me my own thing to you know to have as mine and. Now I look back at the time. You know those early days where we were both learning how to play you know some of the Fundus time in my life, just because you know spending hours at the quarters trying this in videotaping each other swing and going home and Watching it on slow mo on the old. Recorders and Stuff like that was great I mean one of your own guy to be sure and I know you probably your dad obviously, but I I remember even like growing up at southern California, and you know that that's a hotbed for tennis I remember the junior tournaments I can only imagine obviously the bulls eye that must have been on your back. Is Jimmy Connors kid coming up in the ranks right playing junior tennis? I'm probably insured. Way from you probably went after it, but that would wear you down. Wear anybody down. Yeah, I mean I think you know I think when I was younger. I was a little too sensitive to it. Almost where I would put too much pressure on myself and get to Ma-. You know someone. beat me like you know. You didn't beat me and he didn't. Do My dad. Just beat me? I ain't shit compared. Anything compared to him. But you know I think it frustrated me earlier, but I still use that. Competitive Drive and and everything that he instilled in me. You know as a kid growing up you know in my golf game I played throughout high school and I played. played a little bit college and. Try and still get out there and hustle. The old man was so good, and do you get over his at work? I don't know you gotta ask him what his Andy CAPP is from day to day. It seems to fluctuate. Too many Bantus out here. Right right, you guys, you guys hit Sandpiper. What do you play these days Jim? Yeah I mean the some of the courses are open up here the MONTECITO country. Club is is not open and and and the gentleman that owns that club also and Sandpiper in Rancho San. Marco, so the those courses are open, but number of the other courses are open now, so we get out, get out and play. You know I. Try to play a day maybe to a week. If I can which is good, but you know I, I enjoy the golf. Jim It's it's it's A. It's a good replacement. But it's it's not tennis. You know to me I mean it's I mean you know my my heart, my love? My everything is still to that game and and to. You know and and you know somebody else me the other day, so do you miss it and you know I? My only answer to that is every day. I Miss I miss everything about it I missed the travel and the practice. I missed the training. You know most of all mismatches, but you know the time has certainly caught up with me many years ago, but but it's it's just that feeling of of of still thinking that that hey, Gimme, Hafer shot and let me go out and try it again. You know that this kind of fun to does to think about or talk about once in a while, but I certainly don't harp on it. You know my past is my past and. I loved it and I lived at in and every day that I played it but you know it is my past, and I have have such a great family, and and you know my life now is You Know I. Every Sunday. I told my. Like my family, my mom and my grandma, and my GRANDPA and my dad, I, thank them for this life. They've given me and and I'm so such such a lucky guy, such a lucky guy. It's amazing Jimmy whenever I talk athletes about what he missed most inevitably those say the camera the camera with a Fellas, but these guys from team sports. This is so different like I'm really curious for instance like in that fourth round of the open. You played Aaron, Krickstein famous famous match. You guys were good friends. You guys were tight, but the world's different like I'm curious when you watched the last dance with Jordan, and you could see that this guy did not want to connect with, or Fratton is with the opposition. He wanted to rip their throats out. Out this is the way it was when you played in the research, amazing rivalries, but that's not to say that you didn't have friends when you were tight with vitas tight with the Stasi. You increase humor France. How did you approach that? Could you fraternize with those guys or was it all business all the time? No, it wasn't all this all the time I mean do it? Was You know when but? When it was on the court, it certainly was you know and you know I I'll tell you the story of of the Stasi. He was such. Such my best friend from from day one. He really took me under his wing and and We were under the same manager. Bill reardon at the time and so he took me in in in really showed me the ropes at a young age, a good ropes and bedrooms, and which was fun, but but you with the first I don't know I. I think I wanNA. Say Ten Times that we played. He beat me. And and the reason being was because. I was too good a friend. He was too good a friend to me you know, and and at that time I was young and I couldn't separate the two. He could I couldn't. You know so I remember one. You know going home and I just lost in the stars, and my mom said you know you you. You beat him or you're GONNA. Lose him as a friend. You know because he's GonNa. Lose respect for you. And that was that that got into my head so quick that that I said. You know you're right. And from that time on I think we became better friends. You know when I when I started eating. but but I say that. Only because from that point on you know. Once I walked onto the court, it was all business. And I could I could let loose a little bit after the you know to get away from it and all that, but when I when I was in it I, was in and out in and I wasn't going to. Aber, screw up and even though I did a few times. I couldn't afford to because. Too many people invested too much in me. My Mom. My grandmom my GRANDPA my dad. Pancho Segura my wife. Patti my two kids. You know I. I I couldn't I couldn't afford to. Screw up to the point of never giving it my all because you know, they didn't invest the money in me, it wasn't the money. You know it was the you know the love and the care, and you know the the allowance to me and go into to take care of my business. and and so once once I walked onto that court. You know I was a different guy. There's no doubt about it and and and You know I I like that. I I love that attitude in me and and I miss that because you know I'm I'm older now and I don't have that release, and so I don't have that but I. I certainly missed that every day I mean. Mean Jimmy was so much more than money invested. Your your mom your grandma. Your father grandma the invented. They invested so much more than just money like life their life life I'm new move to southern California to train with the right coaching. Ucla you are national championships. A freshman like you mentioned your mom, your mom famous. We taught you to play. She taught Brett to play like what was your mom like? Who Well She, was you you know the? She handled me my whole career really, and and so you know she was You know a woman dealing with men and I'm in a in a man's game. You know to you know to deal and then back then that was pretty unacceptable. You know so you know she? She was beyond gentle beyond kind. but on at the same time she was tough. And but she knew when to be tough. and I don't mean just on on me and playing tennis. I mean I in. You. Know and everyday life I. Mean you know she was not one? She says she was five foot at the best one hundred and five pounds at best, but you know she wasn't going to take anything from anybody. And you know from from my standpoint. I think I learned an awful lot just her. You know the way. She handled her students when she would teach him The way she dealt with people the way you know. She was around the game of tennis and then the way she was when she wasn't around the game of tennis, and so she and my grandmother, all of them, my grandfather, my dad, you know what I picked up from from. All of them was was instilled in me. And and you know to to say that that that just to say that well, you know. My mom was tough. She was a stage door, mom, she was none of that or or she was all of that. You know it's just. It's a matter of how you looked at it and. And I felt about it, but I'm going to say this gym that she was from me. One hundred and Ten Percent You know no matter what you know that that that that she was for me, and and once I got out there and was was was having a chance to make it. She let that be known. And and people didn't like that. You know they. They didn't want to hear that. You know that that she was so far me like that, so you know. She got the well. She never made it, so it's more important for sun to make it now. She was none of that. She made it on their own, but but she instilled in me. You know the the what what that what she meant to me that loyalty that that she had towards me, was something. That was you know you you could never get between are now fascinated by that I wanna ask about the podcast and one second just one quick follow and believe guys. I could do this all day long I'm gonNA wrap it up. Up So I don't do this all day long, but Jimmy I guess in a sense like I. totally accept that and believe that embrace that she was not living vicariously through you. She had a life your extremely important to her, and she gave you everything. She had I wonder it must have been so hard for her to watch you play. Did you finally get a sense of what it must have been like for her? When you yourself started to coach? She called me more every day when I was I was talking. With Andy, you know. What would you tell him? Now? I think if you did this telling you. Would help you know Did you think of this you know? Maybe we should call you later, you know. I mean it, was she. She was as involved. From a distance as she could be and and Andy's success that he had a long way when we were together. She loved it. She she kinda live through that a little bit because she. She has gotten housebound, so she got to. You know to to know what it was like to almost. Be Their, only on television again. And she was, she was so happy because. Two people in the world that love tennis. was my mom and Pancho. Segura. They would watch tennis nonstop. They would talk tennis nonstop and anytime you give a chance, they they'd been cheerier on it and and that was You know I knew. Then what it was was like when she watched me because when I was coaching Andy I. Want I think I was in the stands wanting wanting him to win more than he wanted to win. And it was just that was in my that was my nature, and and and he made me proud so many times it was so it was a couple of years that we have it in the family. The whole family throughout the thing I like so much by you guys and I've never spoken to. Your mother. Never met your mother, but you could tell it. Missing a sound and not to be flip, but it's no haters zone you guys are. There's nothing weird you guys are. Pure unadulterated love you're pulling for each other. Nobody's better than the other is his family. This is blood like an brings me back to the original thing that you get to do this project together like bread I. Think probably not a big deal to you because you grew up with it, you're in the business is always been like this, but the fact that you guys pulled Mike Tyson as your first guest is something I've done this for thirty years this. This is not an easy guy to get to. This is not an easy to turn around, and he's certainly and I've had my moments. Will Mike some good and some terrifying? He's not these got to be with. either. When you get good Mike, it's amazing. Mike is like the most charismatic guy, but if Mike, not the best way, look the hell out Brett what was it like to be with an interview Mike for your first guest on the podcast. Yeah it was It was pretty epic dude I mean it was I've always been a fan loved the guy you know growing up watching him play and fight. and GM kind of have some troubles in life, and then pick himself back up in You know seeing them. Bill themselves the way you know the way is now. He's you know he's back up on top almost It was a little intimidating at first right. You know because you know the first time I've interviewed anybody that. I've done some stuff and my job, but never you know never with real hitting questions you know usually. It's more soft fluff than you know. Weak little softballs that you you know you lob the guy, but you know he was open to anything I mean you know ten or fifteen minutes into the end of the interview? He was tearing up. And you know we're talking about family, and then ego and you just you know he might be one of the most interesting guys in the world, but it was. It was awesome. I. Mean Jimmy. You're a world class athlete Jimmy. You know what makes guys take what makes guys go? How Eager Jimmy to sit down with Mike? And how'd that go for you? Have you. Brought up the storage and playing tennis in Europe and he was fighting, and and they they. They tape the fight for me, so that I could instead of staying up until two or three in the morning that I could I could get up the next day and watch it I. Mean You know the he? He's the kind of guy you know for me. I mean I. I loved Alley I. Love Frazier and Sugar Ray Leonard and Tommy hearns, and you know Marvin Hagler I I, I got to see so many of the greats, fight, and over the course of the year is. Tyson was was was a different breed, a different character He walked in the ring. He you know he had a you know. Shorts on, he had issues on a torn towel over his neck, and and he and he was no frills. He just he just wanted to get down to business, and I love that You know. He I asked him I said Do you study you know because I I never really studied my opponents I, just took my game out there and you know if that were that was good or try to adjust, but he says I study. You know before I walk out there as I'm walking out, I'm looking at one last thing always so I know exactly what I'm GonNa. Do you know and and and to hear that from? You know from the champ you know, and you walk in and you're. You're expecting. You know somebody that's you know six six, and to sixty or whatever he's not. He's five ten five eleven, but you know he's a truck. He's a tank is just going to come at you and just give you everything that he has you know from from the minute that bell rings you know that that to me I mean that's that's. That's my Kinda Guy. You know that you know that is like an adult in tennis and and you know Tyson in boxing where you go out there and you're going to have to bury the guy to get him off there. And and he was, he was fun to watch man man, but the to talk to him and bread, said it right He. He has one interesting guy and you know to to to picked himself up and you know and and got back in the game like he has and and become. You know just as probably just as popular if not more than than he was back then she's you know what a story that is and you know nothing but the best one. One Jimmy One last. Stop Right, I want you to make sure that everybody knows how to find the podcast where to find us on social I'm GonNa ask you that one second. Brett Jimmy, but to your point about Mike saying when you ask them. Did you study? How did you prepare I? Remember that era very clearly and Mike Jimmy had so many guys. Guys beaten before they step through the ropes because he was so terrifying and he was so intimidating. Tennis is so unusual Jimmy like, did you? Could you win matches in the locker room before you took the court? Were you able to kind of intimidate guys and getting their heads before you even played them, but it was unintentional. Jim Yeah, come on, come on. I don't buy tell me. But. That wasn't allowed in tennis. Come off! GITE CHARGE I You. You know you know the tennis. Tennis Changed Jim Tennis changed in the seventies and the eighties. It went. It went from a country club sport and you know. Every everybody They love the game. You know. She seems to just want to be a part of it. They you know we we were losing. You know the real sports. Fan you know we playing in front of five thousand people was great. Great Fans and all that, but you know we needed the hockey. Fans and I've talked about this many times to to to build Tennessee to. Become now and and they they weren't. The those fans weren't gonNA. Put up with guys hitting tennis balls. You know and granted we were. We were the wild west back then there were no rules really, and and did we step over the line? Sure we did, but you know it was. But we had to you know we. We had to to try to get the tennis on a different level in in the guys that that I came up with and the way they handled, handled it, and you know the charisma and the characters, and the excitement that the that they all brought to the game and their own way. forget just the tennis, but even just just as much vitas off off the court life was just as important as the way played tennis. And that's and that's what sold. That's what was selling. You know not just the Tennessee. You know you WANNA know. Where did he go to studio? Fifty four? After the he just WanNa five match at the US Open know. People want to know that because we were real people, we were real we were them. Down on the cord. You know playing for them. That's the and and I think that's what what caught on for tennis in the seventies and eighties that that that they that they felt like they were off down there playing and and You know what a fit. person was a personality man. Get Out of the country club. Give us some personality. Give it some rivalries. It was so awesome like I got tired of asking the question of like. What do we do how we get that back? Is it technology? Do guys have played? The Jack Kramer's and go back to the wooden rackets is just too much. Serve Volley points survey point. Where's the personality that? Jimmy? What was it like that vetus with you in that run at the US Open in ninety-one. Well, I you know he was a good outlet for me because he was doing the TV. so I had a you know I'll always felt that I had a friend up there in the booth and I could talk even though I wasn't getting an answer back, but I, could you know kind of quit? Say a few little quips to him and and you know Kinda relieve a little bit of attention. But you know to to go through that and and you know tr-. Vitas traveled with me for a couple of years, even before that US Open and What do Europe we play doubles at the French together and then after that he played the senior tour with me for a couple years and before his passing I mean he was, he was the the ultimate for me, anyway, he he was the ultimate. Not Not only player, but but For the cocktail parties and and the PRO AMS and and His his. What better guy right, yes. There was nobody better I mean he? He would walk in, and he'd be a part of everything right away. and he was I. Miss Him Every Day. Yeah, yeah, it's funny. I'll say that about a lot of people, but but his personality in in in in what he brought the tennis and then everything else. Did he got around was was pretty special. You Bet one thought about Vitas like it. It's easy. Get caught up in him. Being the guy, the look the hair Brit, he could play now like vitas see gotta size number four right in the world. He could play. Yeah, he won, he will better. You know more than I, but he wanted. He I went Australia was in the finals of the French is in the finals. The Open semi-finals a Wimbledon. Davis Cup I mean he's. He's had a hall of fame career, and he's not in the hall of fame. Come on! A lot of guys in there with a lot less you know that are that are in the hall of fame that and and not to have Edison there is is. It normally. Don't keep guys this long and you guys are now in this game. See how this goes, but that's how much fun that wasn't I appreciate. It bred people WANNA. Find the PODCAST. Where do they go to find it? And if they WANNA find you guys on social where they go to find you guys on social. Available although the major podcast platforms, apple podcasts by Google podcast Yeah, on twitter, you can follow us at a DVD, connors and instagram all you can spell it all out advantage connors and we have a youtube channel at advantage connors, so you can follow all there and check out the podcast and give us some feedback. We'd love to hear from you got I. Love that. So how is your photography business? It's good man. It's It's tough right now. Just not being able to travel and do so much, but you know I I still get out there. You know I love taking pictures and authority I got thrown. Fly that around when I when I get a chance and. It's fun I love doing it. It's and if I could make a little money on the side, you straight blast gym. That was so fun I again I. I didn't take so much time, but it was so great. Get caught up great to meet Brett. Have Him on the program, Jimmy. That was so much fun print. Appreciate you, too. That was great. Thanks so much. Guys, thank you, thank you. Very Long! Thanks the Connors Jimmy and Brett both what amazing conversation that was that was an absolute blast and make sure you find their podcast advantage connors wherever you get your podcast. Hit them up on twitter. Let them know what you thought you just heard. I'm back next week with another episode like. I always am so make sure you get subscribed right now until then here or your coveted voicemails I knew missy Eighty three years old African American, male he gets together with small Haskell Buddies Long Beach where he was one of the only black person there they get together, and they had a brunch last year, and to make a long story short, the homeowner had to take off for a minute and my dad. He goes into the backyard to pick a lemon off of his friends, and I'm intrigued and his neighbors season. She calls the cops. They cordoned off the block and Yeltsin. Yeltsin to my father, a megaphone to come out with his hands up. He's on the ground, handcuffed. Funny, the neighbor the homeowner sees this block away comes out. Let's at least know what's going on and they go. This is not nineteen, sixty, nineteen seventy. This is last year blows me away around. That's kind of a sense as to what we have going on I. Appreciate me doing this show man. This is a great. We need to talk about these issues. Thank you. Massive saved. Next message. Romney issue might. On you just want to let you have me and the fellas hear we're going to go out date. It's not your cat I joined dailies going to be there with US I mean you're gonNA call Montlake soon. Get some cash. Set up in here. You know what I mean like any ice. You know the. You may ring. Eight. Message deleted next message Jimmy Rome. This is Jim from Ohio. I'm laughing my fucking. She did to Fabien in parity Larry. It was the best yet. You've done I'm crying. I'm dying Dude I. Love it I'm glad you can make me laugh during the pandemic. Keep up the good work for other. Massive saved next message Jimmy Johnny in Texas. What's going on and appreciate the show today? Thanks for hitting that topic I'm totally onboard and emmy clone. Who Doesn't want to follow you because they don't like you have rain social issues. See You. Don't let the door hit you in the ASS. Peace I'm out, brother. Massive saved next message rummage. Over pay North Brock congratulations on having I mac off from Virginia. Ben, you, said you're going to be watching that thing from your hot tub. I do favor staying tub. It don't make that phone call that day in fact, the only draw I wanted to hear from is. Introducing once again Joe Paul Mary. Tina may come home. Message Deleted Next Message Jim Twenty one year listener to show I live in Kansas City Missouri, and I just want to thank you for the show you done today I. Think it's actually the most important show done i. know you say that you're a sports. Talk show host, but you have a big microphone and I think you're very intelligent encyclop- person and with intelligence, and the microphone carries a big responsibility, and you've carried out that responsibility very well I've never called your show I felt so strongly about this. I was compelled to call. Thank you very much. Massive saved next misset Hey Jim Rome. My name is Tina I. Live in La Mesa where the riots happened and I'm telling you. They're small businesses, crying and freaky now because their businesses were looted and vandalized. It's ridiculous. Something's gotTa. Change and nineteen ninety two if they would have prosecuted those past that beat Rodney King. That was live on the air for the world to see would've been different now. Thank you I'm out. Massive saved next message. Just want to say thank for the Brandon boy podcast. That was fucking ethic. 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In the world in how are you holding up during this whole isolation social distancing matter you hanging in there doing the best that I can actually. The making the best of you know like. I've cut like a nice. Stride lately in life, but also creatively. And it's it's really got me thinking about just creativity in art in the as a whole getting me to rethink on that productivity, but how glad am I hear that? I thought you would be firing up your old world of warcraft account and just wasting time. I've been doing that. I have it was. It's been fun because I haven't even. Man. There's this game agent. Mythology haven't played in years. I don't WanNa play again. I've been listening to video game soundtracks on morning. Thanks to you listened to remain heroes, contracts and man I just forgot how much a jam that stuff is. Oh, well, yeah. I was into. I just Kinda did a slight comb over some of your your old news and I was like man me and him. He's like one hundred times more talented than me, but. was going to ask you so you into video games. I'm definitely into it and you know what since I've been doing this podcast I've. I would say half the people interview credit streets of rage two as their inspiration for even getting an empty. Really Day and what Generational Day come thirty, one, eighty, nine like the same age as me to about the same, so like Brandon, who did early? Bad as the whole pro era that was often streets of rage to they. They were just smoking playing video games in college and now. We love the stuff. Let's start making music. You gotTA. Listen to that And I know brandon the shape he's. He's a good dude. He showed me around showed me how to use the train in New York when I visited. Yeah, I think my vision of this podcast. Was Kinda how you discovered Connie from a twenty year old? Xl magazine like I want people to go through my guest list, and maybe they'll find producer older young. That has an interesting story. The never heard before. It's kind of the same formula. You Know Hell Yeah I feel that Yeah that's so cool. That's so cool and I'm glad to be able to to provide that for somebody out there if you're. If you're cooped up, do you? Do you have Disney plus by any chance you know my sister does so I use her account, but I watch Dumbo the other day. Did you re watch the three Caballeros? Yes. House in an Ele-. Ever, ever! I. If you like the film, check out the legend of the three boroughs. It's also a Disney placement Meridian recommended. I didn't even know it exists so. Okay I'm definitely going because you know the the yellow when I was a kid man I used to watch that. Like on VHS religiously like time. and. It was so interesting I don't know. I just loved it. Man Like it was so amazing, and I washed a requested as an adult between sixteen, so that was like four years ago. You know it in addition to all the feelings. That I had as a kid coming back when I was watching it. which is are all like a crazy thing watching stuff from your childhood, but? I realized how. Damn trippy that. That movie was like you know how. Crazy was in psychedelic. Inches wacky was. And, but so cool still and it's. It's like anime in the eighties you know. There wasn't a blueprint for us, so they could just be as crazy as they wanted to be. With the narrative animation and every day is. Dance I'm definitely. GonNa look at that the there. I'm putting you on some stuff you put you put me on the something. Man I watched this interview you did and you? You came across. This album called Sky Islands. And I was like that album has one of my favorite deejay premier samples of all time, but it was a group called pitch-black. There's. Real relies over. A REAL! Pitch Black lives. Wonder. Like. How like who's going to put a mall sample with with? A Sky Islands an ancient source sample. It's insane. Right you know. Yeah, Premiere, man like it's crazy. hip hop records like that one particular. Is a little by as E. There's a song by as e I. Think is produced by Premiere. AIZIE. WHO's the format? Yes, the format. dudes kindred spirits right now. Yes though that beat so that be! And the pitch black be the Zara it'll be diddy Bob. no-name. To me like they all draw from the same Palette of the same. Kind of Texas seems sort of. World in welcome. New York City Kamron. It's like there's something about those. If you're like if you're feeling the similarity between those four songs, but that sound that is in the format filling us in the format in all real like inspire me tremendously in like. And it's also in that Sky Islands sample that a that Caldera Ancient source it's in there, and it's something that a lot of jazz fusion records in like I. Also in video game music because a of music is very jazz fusion esque, like like sonic the hedgehog. Green on Mike Barrowman's sixty four, which is to me? The best game ever made, and it's a tragedy because they never made another one like that since never made. Like it for it either it was. It's the only game of its kind. That exists in the news is insane. There's this common thread through. All of that music to me. Yeah I never thought we would love Cameron. In their two thousand and four I was in college and I remember I, had a nineteen eighty nine Honda accord with four fifteen in the trunk, because that's just what you did. In two thousand and four right and Cameron's purple haze came out and those attractive. They're called killer Cam. Do you remember that Song? The face and that song hits so obnoxiously. Crack my back windshield. joked. Purple Haze to come out I'm not really big on sequels, but I don't know. What was your take on it? I didn't even know Iraq know. Came last year. His Comeback Album, I think a lot of Oji rappers. They do that when they WANNA. Revisit the well or become relevant. They'll just slap on a to to their old records. On it and I and I don't like the sequels, either because of the fact that like sometimes you can get away with it sometimes can work, but like it's usually a branding thing, so had nothing to do with the music and the energy in the vibe. That was there the first go round. They just are like taking the bran identity brand, the strength of the brand from the original thing in an slapping the to on it so that they can use the brand to bring to bring the same audience it would. It would be people do that because it plays our emotions as. As fans of the music because we know like you said we're tied to the memories in in the feeling of that of that classic. In so you kind of playing with us like I'm doing another doing it again. But. You're not really doing it again, you just. You just put it in that package again. You know one of the first ten minutes Lena. We've we've already talked about like animation and Video Games and music. Your sister, though was the one that put you on musically, but she's not I wouldn't say she's. She's for lack of a more finesse work. She's more hood than you. She says creative and and visually imaginative is Ukraine. Yeah, you know it's funny I think she is the way she expresses herself. Is this. You wouldn't know that I kinda like 'em more the. I kinda have this I guess image when people. Meet me a WHO Sumi as this nerd. You know create all like most people when they see me to ask me you're an artist on. Like and I'm down is really that allow? ME. But. My sister is is not as obvious but. I get all of this. Like a lot of that from her, you know m brother to motor. Brother was always that to me too growing up, and he was sorta like my sister, but a little bit more Nerdy, but you know he was out. Running the streets, he was like a her genius. archetype, this archetype by made up, you know how young has archetypes. Have the have this archetype that that that I made a based on my life experience. This type of person call hood genius in its people that I meet that met their life who are from the from the ghetto. Who are hood who do things? Like sell drugs and shit. But should the judicial say with the Hood Hood Living But at the same time there's something about culturally. They are also like They're exposed to all these other non hood things. And like they're, they're also like they usually very much into anime. There's very. Hyper intelligent, philosophical and stuff that was like my big brother and and Athletic V. Very good sports can probably draw as of really good at playing an instrument or some sort of creative thing like that, but also. Shows we also like is in a gang. Is that. It's just like your mom. Your parents I have three kids, and they've all spiderweb into very different human beings all from the product of environment. Because when I think Vegas. Obviously people there knee-jerk reactions is thinking about the strip. People don't know that there's a hood in Vegas. There's there's realized. There really is an and I'm one of six actually as a big family. I'M GONNA. Credit your older sister to with a with listening to the Neptune's before. People are listening to the Neptune's Alia. Oh yes, she was my. My big was a big music fan man like. Nan like she was a Rubik Music Fan, and she she has so. She had it all and she was listening to the music. You know for the pure love of the music. You know s Wbz when this feeling was her jam. She would put that on. That was her cleaning music. To repeat, I remember like. Playing Ashley played that loud remember sitting down in the Hallway, listening to that song on repeat, which was produced before they were like a big name and I love that song, but it just hear the song. Bring back the memory me. Her plane on repeat missing in the hallway playing with these these. glowna dark mega blocks which are like. Oh, those are blue legos wants to remember those. I remember those. Where are you from I'm from central Texas near? Austin I'm not too far as Texas state it yeah, it is I'd have family in East Texas. My big brother lives in damn. Kaleen now Oh, my God! I live in Coleen. What's up, Oh yeah? Right right I think he lives. There I don't know if he's there somewhere. I remember he was back in two places in the claim was one of them so group up in killeen, my whole life then as crazy. Here's what's even crazier. The Neptune's didn't produce that. They Co produced it and the guy that co produced. His name is David. Nick turn I think he's like he's seventy years old now. He so he's working with a with a twenty year old ferrall and he went on. And got nominated for ten daytime Emmys for his work on soap operas, and nobody knows who this guy guys. Oh! Hell yeah, that's so interesting. How? The guy's last name and I C. H. T. E. R. N.. He's working with a ferrall. WHO's barely drinking age at the time and you can leave commercial music and reinvent yourself as a musical director on one life to live dance so crazy 'cause you know. It makes me think. 'cause that song uses a sample. Makes me wonder if he. Had any part in that original sample I would imagine that he had I mean because this guy was fifty at the time and frail was twenty. I imagine that He. Probably was mentoring him, and because when I listened to that song, it doesn't really sound like Commercial Neptune's yet. It seems like they're still trying to like the rump Shaker days. Yes, yes, it is like 'cause. Yeah in the early nineties. Okay okay some looking. That song that. Samples Committed Oasis by Maria Dr Written by David. Turn there. You Go, so I mean. If I'm going to compare to you, it'd be like Oh. Yeah, this is Cam. The cocoa butter kisses guy, but now he rap any sings. His own albums, which is a creative leap, a lot of producers, either can't take or won't take You're right. You're right man and it's that is such a crazy thing for me to because to take that leap like you said a lot of them either can't take it or won't take it and for me. It was for a long time. It was looted, both, but it was like the the former more so than anything I always wanted to. But I was so afraid that couldn't so i. didn't for a long time. You know 'cause I was just like. I was myself in this in this box. I was done myself down I didn't realize it but I was like. You know I'm just a producer. That's all I do. I'm just just make beats. I help other people who division you know, and like I was telling myself that in which is a crazy thing about identity, and how we define ourselves in things like that, but just stepping this label of producer on myself, not even really known really what that is all the way, but yet doing that kind of kept me in that box. For good for good reason, though because a long time spent, it led me to to really like. Go deep into a producer and get really good at that you know and got started living in been doing that since then I'm thirty now so like. Nearly twenty years, but in the process there was more that was coming to me just. The duties of a music producer only that like I'll be in being studio making artists. And I'm not just making the beat. On just I don't I never really. Sent beats the people. Maho life I would do it sometimes, but I really come alive when I'm in the room, which like we're building song, you know coming up with the concept coming up with lyrics. You know coming up with the. Vocal melodies. You know I'm giving lot of rappers rap flows. You know because like they're writing in man I'm trying to figure. How's IT and I'm and I'm like someone just like gibberish. Averse. And they'll take. Part from today like incorporated diversity. I was I was doing it for a long time, so I guess it was always in me to be able to to do more than just make be. Is that limiting? Because it seems like you don't make one hundred beats and let people choose your. Mo, craft beats like you said with people in the studio. Limiting! Yeah I mean I. Mean You could make five beats a day and sell it for thousand a piece, but instead you I mean because what's cool is you can say you produce Kendrick Lamar, even if he jumps on wanting to productions and you don't find out until the song is done, it doesn't matter that's going on my resume I. don't care is aggregate absolutely. You know because I gotTA. You know I got a I got us. Oh! I got to sell it myself. We are in America. But but I would say. It's interesting because. Man I'm so happy that I'm able to got in to the to the industry in a very non-conditional way because I came up like my first big break was just rapper INVINCI- like that movement basically. Being one of the architects for that whole Chicago sound that they were calling it at the time in it. It was just US making records. No, I was just making just having fun. Making songs with these local artists wide, just meant because I, had never I didn't grow up in Chicago I just went out there twenty twelve. Took a fateful decision to quit my job. Go Out. There only knew one person that was working at studio. In, living at his studio and did not meet. A VIC Mensa within the month, and then from there, everything just blew up on the Internet but so I got in in a very unconventional way, but it's interesting because of the way that I got in I, got in doing things away. I WANNA do them. So as I started the chances in the music industry tried to like. Continue that tradition. That we're working when I'm like meeting with major labels, and it's funny because I would ask them. They would want to get me in a in a session with one of the artists like I remember One of the ANNA'S AT A. Things Advice. He's vice president at the time at Atlantic records. He had told me. That it was after chance blew up and everything and I'm meeting these guys. He told me that hey, yeah, so we've got these artists Atlantic looking for records like you know, thank you mentioned like Wiz. Khalifa at the time in Bruno Mars. CEELO green and I was like. He was like yes, in some beasts. Send US burqas and I was like. Can I get in the studio with with them in like make? You know makes them from scratch. That's how I did it with chances you know, and they're like any was like so not about that. He was like. Oh, not. He told me basically. I gotta be like for real in the sense of like. I gotTA have hits already. On the billboard in order to do that. And I remember that being very disappointing. For me. And also very, that was like that was like discovering what the industry was all about, and it was not about music to me, and so I was like okay. but it's funny I I I I did it anyway. Every time I did did it that way. Nothing ever got placed like a Lotta. The songs are made for those guys ended up using from Ireland album, but I ended up eventually getting things my way when j Cole at. Hit me up directly because he had heard something I did. beat I did for one was artist boss. and. he asked me to send Beeson was like same spills i. You Know I. Normally don't symbols I do my best work when I'm like in the studio with with the. Would it be possible if I can get to deal with you in this bill from scratch? And he was like hell yeah and so he. flew me out. On his tour and from that point on I never had to. Ask again. You know what I mean. It was kind of like a thing or if I ask, no one ever said no again to me. It was always just a matter of scheduling. From that point. There's a lot unpacked at the first thing I want people to know is in two thousand twelve year folding shirts, the department store and a year later on acid rap, which is amazing number two. I mean that's. That's that's a big bowl of inspiration for anybody listening, but number two. I WanNa talk about growth because I know you make beats for artists J. Cole was an example you just brought up and there's been instances where you've created beats and he didn't WanNa. Use it now. You can harp. About. How much work went into a beat or you can start asking yourself questions on why he doesn't want. You can take it personally. You can become bitter, or you can understand. You can move on, and you can figure something out and I think that's the human side of things that people don't really talk about Absolutely absolutely because I went through all of that other, just mentioned I went through taking personally. And went through being bitter. And went through. All of those things know I'm human. Before arrived on like you said like. It's not any of those things. All those things are just mile made up. You, know reasons in my head, but at the same time it's not to be judged either. People have their have the right to do what they WANNA do and at the same time. All of those experiences did give me something. You know. I got something out of all of experiences whether people use my music or not, and that's the beauty of art, because like just the act of creating the art is valuable in itself. You know because it's exploration if you're doing it right. Then? You're exploring and you end, so if you're exploring, you're never gonNA come away from any creative session with the same way that you were when you entered it. You always GonNa have learned something from that. Experience and that's one thing. I can say about whenever I get in the studio whenever I do something. I'm always art gets back to me. Like I love writing I. Love Creating Song because. It always just make me. It'll always give back to me in very concrete way sometimes, because like for example I. Am right okay I if I write a song that that makes me think about a certain, the think about I don't know like cars, motorcycles or something and I wanNA. Make the Song I. Want to paint this picture of. The, this this motorcycle, race or whatever? I. Don't know anything about motorcycles, so I have to go and spend time researching and the different parts of the motorcycle, and announced start to put together a Word Bank. Of Cycling Related Terminology. And so that I can pull from that in my song you know, and then by the end of the song. I know all these. I've done all these things about motorcycles sometimes. I spent hours researching why why did school make you hate writing where you're not able to have that same process? You know I think it was because they made us. Just do busy work more more than anything. It wasn't about like. Using your your writing ability to create a world or you know or to. To do something that was that I found interesting. It was always about you know had to do book reports you had to write. They know they give you minimum requirement. Minimum workout requirements. You know imposing that I mean that's like A. Lot of time very long, sometimes, you don't have that much to say about something you just have to just, but if you don't make it that as many whereas it's supposed to be, you're GONNA. Get a bad grade and that's going to hurt you in life. And so this, this is pressure. Pressure sometimes can be good, but I think it just was. It was no aim to direct at. All they were trying to do. Is Get us through, so they can get their test scores. So that they can get their. Keep their funding. So they so that we can go and. Graduated in work at you know some starbucks evenings suspecting. At McDonalds or something, they didn't give a damn. I enjoyed piano, but once my parents signed me up for lessons, and then it became a chore I hated it and I have two kids that are in elementary school, and it's a very restrictive environment. I wonder because I have two small kids five and eight sometimes when we get in the car, I play hip hop, but it would. If I played an audiobook. Maybe if I played where the wild things are where the sidewalk ends, will it do more for? For creativity and imagination than just music. Maybe I'm every time they get in the car I think about. Maybe I'm wasting time that I could utilize you know like I think both is good is good, too. Because you know, their kids are going to be absorbing anything you expose them to, and that's what makes me think as an artist about the music that create you know like it's GonNa be absorbed. No matter what it is is going to be absorbed and You can put anything out there and so I feel like why not? Why not put something out that who wants absorbed is going to contribute something positive to the person who absorbed it. and. This is my way of like my naive goal changing the world through music. Because if you do that? I feel like you can. You can change the world for for person one person at a time. With music so choose to do that. You can especially in this days climate of our music because. Music is only about being a product now. Just like art is the art world you know. Selling these baskets for hundred ten million dollars like ridiculous amounts of money, because art is not even about art anymore as about it, being a commodity now and seeing how much we can make off of it, but anyway so in that climate, it's actually radical to create art that is not for consumption. Capitalistic consumption is radical to Kinda like go against that, and and make it different, but I do think you miss your kids. makes me it reminds me of why like I think it's important that that the music has some high is made unto some higher purpose than us. You know that's what's so cool about sacred music, religious music folk music. Gospel Music is that those songs that music is made. In service to something greater to an ideal. You know it's transcendent, you know. Been Church. ME GOING TO CHURCH BLACK Christian churches, and there will be these things called praise breaks. Where people will just dance, you know like and people be falling out crying. Speaking in tongues does losing. Dislike have witnessed that actually witness that right and I always thought that there was something wrong with me because I'm not falling on the floor with my eyes rolling back in my head. You know I didn't understand that as a kid to be honest, but I got older and I. I understood it I started to look at I got this. I got this obsession with just watching those. Those price breaks on Youtube like for hours do to be sitting there, watching it and I will be feeling. What the Finnick! I I'm fascinated that these people are just regular working class people in they're releasing all the innovations in life, and they're and they're celebrating a lot of them broke. A lot of got problems the working class. The proletarian would call it, but they're in there celebrating. Like. They like nobody's been such like. You've never seen anybody. Celebrate before had all this. Celebrating is life. Essentially they're celebrating the thankfulness for. Everything that they've been through in life in that guy has got them through in their life, and like they're celebrating something more transcendent than themselves, and I thought that that was so. Amazing in that realization is what hit me. Already made a music like that anyway. Not Necessarily Gospel. I think there's just I think beyond. The religion aspect of is that it's made for something higher. You know I liked that because I think if we're just talking hip hop, it's strictly generational, because because of the social distancing a lot of people are watching these Timberland versus Swiss beats instagram battles. was trending the other day that these these young audiences think that Kanye is better than Quincy Jones not because they're comparing catalogs, but I really don't think people understand the extent of Quincy. Jones, re they really not. Defined the whole role of producer as we know it today like he's one of the main cast that did that like he's an Impresario. He did so much more than just music, even he he started. I, mean he helped? Start the grammys, thank. You. But he also started all these put music publications like spin and vibe. The same can be saved for ferrall. A lot of people with for I love his Jay Z. Stuff, but you don't realize is. He produced on the first backstreet boys album. You know what I'm saying. And then in any produce for the climate and then Jay z went back to Britney, Spears Quincy, could you Michael Jackson and then produce on the boys in the hood soundtrack you know over the next ten years we could see CAM ON A. Song, you know it doesn't need to be in a box, you know. I grew up. You mentioned where the sidewalk ends. Mother played that in on the cassette in the car. You know that will probably blow your mind if you want to do that, yeah. Yeah, he finally said Oh. Those I don't know if they can handle it, but we'll see. It is scary, Joe but I. I got unless siblings, so we can get. Anyone game I don't know I wanNA. Teach my five year old about death in loss yet, but we'll we'll. But if there's any way to for for them to learn it. I think the way shows overseeing. Does it man where the sidewalk ends such a amazing metaphor like to me? It's like it's so deep. You know talking about the. The uncertainty that is you know the to me, decide. What would I walk ends represents like. That path. Into Hell that leads you. To Heaven. I think that's something that everybody has to go through their life to go through. The reached the point where the sidewalk ends where everything you know. Is No more? To go through this? This guy. Gary Place dark unknown, which is what the world's going to do right now incidentally. To, ME, and. It's so amazing that he put that in this in a children's book. That concept and I think the thing about those intentions, those messages, and all that I I think a lot of the Mars subliminal 'cause I wasn't thinking about that as a kid, but subliminal because the the subconscious mind like you have to trust and the fact that this causes mine is always picking up on all of the symbolism, all of the subliminal messages, and all of the stuff that you put in there even when the conscious mind is not aware and. A lot of people are like afraid to go over people's heads. You know people are like. When it when it comes to art like they're like well, I don't want to go over their head. I WANNA to be understood. thing is like you always understood even when you're not understood even when people don't know that they still understand, they get it. psychedelics read Shel Silverstein your mind's I just opened up bigger than you ever thought it would. I know. All my goodness, yeah like. Shows like a w another A big part of my life I mean I. Don't I'm not like one of those psycho nuts out there to. Do that all the time, but something that could delegate experiences something that. has influenced my life. To the unconsciously some people that are that kind of in the universe kind of pushing a narrative on you, and if you pay attention, it can kinda work in your favor. Absolutely as Luke. Symbolism is all about every. Of, course I have absolute awe that. I love about about. It's like the guy that goes through the. Referring to the story pretty much gets to the story by interpreting the symbolism in his life, and just leaves them right back to where we started yet. You which is was I. Love that it's like. You know I started to develop an interest in. Sacred Art recently I'm really into art in general, but you know I realized as guiding Johnson Pajot. Who I has youtube channel all about symbolism talks about The symbolism. Of Death and birth that are like a happening simultaneously in a lot of religious art works in particular the Nativity scene. the birth of Jesus how he's shown like as as a baby in a major 'cause you know born in a manger, and the major is is the. Is this little? This thing that animals eat food out of. But he was on that, but like the the way that the manger in particular painting was painted, it was painted with ornaments on the side. which is not typical of a major, but it is to cool off a casket because major supposed to double as a as a resting place as A. Coffin! So, but so in the fact that the baby was born in this major, that also looks like a coffin, it symbolizes the simultaneous nature of death and birth, and how they're both the same, and that's like The end is the beginning. and. You know that's represented on the NFL. Commissioner's represented on as. The end is the beginning. I think that's that's why resonates I think that's. Probably. Why resonates with people so much like why? It just blew the fuck up? It's congruent with this basic truth that we see all the way in the Nativity scene. In all this religious work, it's the same basic truth. End Is the beginning my album in the same way. It's called with a song called. The Moon becomes the day, so there's there's album though it's it's been leaked. It's been talked about for years and it finally going to come to fruition. This is the type of. Symbolism in detail that you want people to pay attention to an album comes out you don't want. People just listen to Lucy's navy. The Way Vinyl works where you want people to listen to beginning and end, because that's the way the story needs to be told absolutely, it's Nathan deep listening, which is something that people kind of stopped doing. And not only that, but there's been a stigma about jazz, being old, uptight and how? Game Changers breaking these perceptions and reigniting interest in jazz among younger audiences, and you have people like Ben. Shepard, adding layers to your work as well. Planes Bent. Then seven. Incredible. Think. Right and you know my thing is what I'm trying to do. Is something. That's pretty radical and making him making album that is. That is designed that same. What like a? Joke with tend to think. Party music they think. Steve. Think anything. Deeper in there, but at the same time. Even the old heads, even the golden age of hip hop as much as I. In fire by my thing is I'm always China listen to things in just. Pull what I can from. My logic is. I exist. I'm here. I have this gift of music. So I need to do something I need to take it to a new place they were hasn't been before. That's my responsibility and I think it's interesting 'cause it, it can be controversial. Sometimes. Express this to my peers over the years a lot of they insist. That there is a greatest producer that they will never be better than or they'll never be able to transcend, or there's a greatest artist you know there's they insist that in this idea of perfect music. And, so the golden age of hip hop kind of represents that for hip hop for some people and I think I. Don't look at it that way I look at it I listen to it, and I love it, and I am trying to find how it could be better, but with that said that the biggest compliment that I can afford you is you took the t pain approach? Hey, look sang single hook for Y'all now I got a song album, and I'm calling in favors. and. I'm sure anyone you've collaborated with. They'd work with you, but you want this to be more about you. Rather than all star cast is going to this kind of twist that narrative like you're taking ownership of this project. I love the absolutely it's it's an like It's not just about me. but it's more so about me having the. The creative control over so that it can be what it's supposed to be because I think that the record you know the music makes itself in a uses us as an instrument me. Personally I'm trying to make it, I'm trying to direct people to some higher than me. You know like that's why I chose. I decided a long time ago against doing. Photographs of myself portrait of myself as the album art, you know like I, decided against that because I felt because I realized that like. Doing that point, Spec to me. And I don't WanNa to me. A lot of podcasts kind of talk about hey, you know. What Studio Crimen did you crash this album? But I think learning about you and your philosophy in your thought, process is gonNA. Get more people interested in an album than anything else that's. GotTa Hoping. I did that and I do want to end this podcast by saying. It really was my dream to have you do the soundtrack for pick soul coming out because I think you pair that with a Pixar movie is destiny. It's GonNa. Happen and I'm going to put them into the. Thank you, thank you. That's crazy. What is this picture soul? It's the the one where they're finally. Featuring black people mance about a jazz musician and he dies, and he comes back to try to figure out the meaning. I, guess, the whole death and rebirth thing. Let the trailer Yeah Okay I'm GonNA definitely take that up crazy. The music's done by Trent reznor attic is Ross see that doesn't make sense. Why are you GonNa? have nine inch nails. Do that doesn't make sense. It doesn't make any sense. Why didn't you get like terrorists? Martin or Robert Glassberg. Incredible, but you know that's what my album is. GonNa kid to me is is an animated. Is the enemy musical? You're talking about is it? Is the musical that I always wanted to see as a kid in never saw. But it wasn't m many musical. That is made. where the music is made. From my perspective, but not only that, but the story even is made from our perspective. I think they wouldn't like so even if they try. They wanted to. They couldn't do this, they can't. They can't do this because they don't have the The perspective in a in a life experience necessary. To do. What I'm doing, we're going. To me is a musical is just the score to their musical as they don't have the resources to actually make it. At least not yet I'll have. The resources actually make the movie that goes with it, but it's literally enemy musical, if you can imagine timberline and Randy Newman, coming together and scoring a musical about A. A Kid. who has to save music more. We've covered a lot of ground in an hour cam. You're a scholar and gentleman man. Thanks for being here. Thank you and same to you same to you man like. Man I love that that you created the space for us to have this. Conversation because I don't really get to talk about these things that anyone and I'm in like. You've doing something right because you created the space for it to happen. Yeah I love that and I would love to talk to you some more men. Door's always open always. Definitely come back in the fall. We can talk about the album. We will. We will. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot heartland. 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Also starred in the same role in an unsuccessful nineteen, fifty two pilot written and directed by Blake Edwards a few years earlier and played a similar character in the program Martin. Kane private eye another show, which I don't have many shows of at all. Let's hear this episode of Very Craig confidential investigator as was originally broadcast June fourteenth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three William Goggin Stars as Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Buying yourself a murder and run into a pretty big money, but after that you've got to worry about. The only charge for the chair. You're invited to sit in. Is Electrical. Broadcasting Company, Presents, William, Goggin in another transcribe drama, mystery and adventure with America's number. One Detective Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Craik speaking. When you've been confidential investigative long enough, you don't surprise easy anymore. Man named Adolf Beck hand you a couple of hundred bucks to help wipe by a hat, and you don't lift an eyebrow. You take a couple of hundred, and you meet Mrs back the next morning at the Beck apartment. Adolph's gone to work, but you don't miss him very. Very. When you wait job. I couldn't very well go shopping in this could. Not unless you wanted to hold up traffic. You wait while the lady changes into something that won't hold up traffic. He decide you're being overpaid. Given the chance you'd watch Mrs Becky, there wasn't a Nicholas. Ready on. Traffic will be safe now, sure. I don't know about myself Oh. Oh hold it. I'll take a look outside I. Oh! Alice Street looks normal. Let's go. Such a lovely day. But that's my car. We walk the shops not very far. Well All right, but striper this way. I don't know exactly what you think. You'll protecting me from I. don't either. Your husband wasn't very generous with his information. Then it was generous with his money though I'm trying to own it. Would you believe me if I told you? I didn't need any protection? Joel but I believe your husband heart though. He's my client. I always believe my clients hotting right, you go ahead and protect me then. Yes, there's room. Where's the hat shop? Keep right up. Wait slowdown that shop window. Yes. She's always got wonderful things in it. Oh Mr Crane, stop the car once. A. Bathing, suit the redwood. It looks like a bathing suit. Can you imagine it on me? Yeah! What do you think? I think it's going to be a hot summer. Got, to try it on come on. Whatever saying. I love to go shopping with a man I. Don't get much of a chance with your husband eight. Oh he hates shop. But. Can I show you that bathing suit? You have the window. Madame has magnificent. It is an important. I hope I have here Madam. Size Or to get I bought only three such suits, but. That's all. Is Your it satisfies the lower. No I wouldn't know what these. And satisfies the eye of the husband. If of course, the white. He's so charming as Madame charm is exactly what a girl leaves for suit like that Oh. Maybe not, but madame has he'd no. She has has got to try this on this way. But I will find advising comfortable I think. I must congratulate Monsieur. There are not many women who would even dare to think of wearing such a suit. Is Of course ridiculously expensive it is, but monsieur will not mind paying. I guess the kind of deal he's got. He pays likes it. Anyway pretends to like. Madam Flurry was quite sure how to take that. So she shrugged her shoulders charmingly the way the French do and shut up. Time went by and I got restless. Mr Looks Forward to see his wife the suit. Assure has been looking forward to it for too long. She's been in their over fifteen minutes. Let's picky women always keeps her husband waiting. No I wouldn't know about that. I still think she's been in there a long time. Would you mind hurrying era each misusing station these abrasion? then. I go to advise Meta. What's the matter? Play the door. She's looked. Let me save. Locks automatically. Not necessarily that one moves the latch. On has moved the latch. Mrs Beck. Mandatory, we. Break The dawn. Explain later right now. I'M GONNA Hurry. Barbaric. Scott. Path. To. Nobody home. Not even in the closet. Door there. Where does it go to the back of the shop a stolen? Doral. Nobody home area that I do not understand me both. Always, keep that window in no one cannot. Because of the thieves was open now. Yeah short dropped the alley outside. She could imagine. The Opinion Madam fees. That could be the opinion I'm up. Tonight on. They bedding still yeah, she's left behind. Goes. Door, it's going to cost you a few bucks here's. The bathing suit back in stock. I've got a feeling Mrs. Beck isn't going to return for. At. There was no occasion for yelling for the police. The suspect had a right to use the back exit. Is She wanted to build? and. There's no log as making a confidential investigator. Look Foolish. I took my foolish luck over the becks office and let 'em stare at it, but. You shouldn't have let her back. Yes, you had to be a couple of hundred bucks to go shopping with your wife or the next week or so. You told me you worried about it. Of course the first thing you do slip out of your thing, I never had them on. You didn't bother telling me my job. Which Actors Jalen I assumed? You realize the only thing I could realize what the figured. She was in some kind of danger. Maybe she is maybe someone no. It was no way anyone could have known. She was going to stop, but Madame flurries and use the dressing room they're. Disappearance had to be our own idea. Rupture right. It's a little too early to call in the missing persons bureau. She's been gone for an hour. But I know some of the boys downtown. They might stretch regulation for me. No I don't want. The police involved she. She? Simply have returned home. She did it the hard way or if she didn't. Craig. I want you to find it. Meaning! You don't really think she went home whatever she went. You'll find her. The police do that kind of thing a lot better than a one man like me I don't care. Okay. It's your money, but I'll need a few leaves leads. Let Mr. Back New York's allies place also it's finished with trains, planes and buses leaving every few minutes. I've got to have some idea where she might be heading. And why are else? I'm like I understand, but we'll do it the highway. Who was your wife before you marry them? Her name was Lila, Lauren. Loyal alone sounds phony. It was her professional name by profession. She Sang. She was a club singer. When she had her last date before giving it all up for home and kitties she. She was singing the Romani. Rendezvous Romany Rhonda who each party. Fine. Before marriage, wife was a singer named Lana lawn singing Romany rendezvous. Now you tell me the rest, but what rest? You know somebody listening in with think. I was working against you instead of for you. I had to drag this information automobile why? There's nothing wrong with a girl singing in a nightclub. Nothing to explain a disappearing active. You're shrewd Craig isn't that why you hide me? I didn't think shrewdness would be necessary. Way You talk people might get the idea. You didn't want her I do. Okay, and what's the rest of it? Before. Before married me, she. She was sort of engaged to Eddie myron. What does he do pitch for the dodgers? He owns the Romney keep going well. Myron was very angry with Lila. And myself I suppose. I've always been afraid that he might. Do something. That's why you heard me. Yes. Myron didn't grab your wife nobody did. That flight out of the back window admit employers with both unscheduled and strictly her own. I did I understand many. Maybe she decided money wasn't everything. Look here Craig. This is terribly difficult for me and I'm not helping. All right I'll get started. Only one thing. Yes, suppose I find her and she likes it where she is. All back. That was a stricken. Didn't look good on him, and I didn't waste time admiring and. Out. Own. To William. Goggin starring is Barry Craig in just a moment. The old expression. It's a small world has new meaning today. The world has grown even smaller impact in some ways. It's too small for comfort with modern long range aviation enemy planes could reach the United States from any part of the world in a matter of hours devastating surprise attack could occur at any time of course our nation has taken steps to protect us. There is an extensive rate on at work to detect the approach of planes, but radar can't do. Do, the entire job that's up to us as individuals citizens right now. The Air Defense Command needs three hundred thousand more volunteers for its ground. 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Hey, wait a minute Catholic gutters beginning to show. What makes you so tough, clean living? Well you didn't mention eight all careless up me Barry Craig, how's that Craig? Private Eye, confidential, investigative more syllables Haya Fees Class. Let's go. Okay. Lila Whigham Lila. A friend of yours Mr Craig very good again I asked. Mr Martens offices down the car that you can see the dog from here, thanks. Take the SAT I go sure. I'll take the set. Thanks. I get so tired of being hit on the head. Young out, say it. We'd both be shocked. You're a little obvious friend asking me to walk in front of you. Now go back to that dirty Napkins on sure now. Okay. Made another friend. I forgot to knock I'm terribly sorry. Who are you the names Craig? I, also got to shut the door behind me. Excuse me Mr Myron. Wonder if there's a lock. Now, I feel better. I'd hate to have anyone walk in. One of my back was turned. got a permit for that gun got any power to ask no. No that makes us even. Now, it puts me one ahead. I got the gun. Some days I can't keep score with done this fancy kind of hold them. You wouldn't keep your dough and here I wouldn't. But you might know. Barry Craig. Standing Saloon. You'll remember I'm a confidential investigator which makes it unlikely I'm after your goal, and maybe I haven't got his high opinion of investigators. Is You have your misunderstanding me hurting my feelings? All I'm after this. Ship Mine Lila. Lila whole. You took too long that one fellow. Alright? Your Business has got something to do with Lila Lawn. Names Familia so as the lady someone I'm looking for him? Here. Known better places. Should Try to beck residents I already have. Then we both don't know anything I. Don't know a thing you do scintillating dialogue but William. Guardian made it work Berry Craig confidential investigator from sixty seven years ago today, June, fourteenth, nineteen, fifty-three here on Classic Radio Theatre. 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Mutual Security Director Harold e Stassen and presumably with President Eisenhower himself. A showdown seemed imminent today between the UN Command and South Korea's president. Syngman Rhee in a race to end his opposition and get him in line ahead of the signing of a truce with the Communists at Panmunjom, but even as development pointed toward quick armistice to seventy eight year old, South Korean leader fired a new blast. Eat announced the impending truce as a flagrant out and called for an immediate mutual security pact with the United States to placate his people. Meanwhile street demonstrations in career, raging through the fifth day in mounting opposition to a truce reached the yesterday. Yesterday, where US soldiers fired carbines over the head of stone, throwing US more than ten thousand demonstrated in Seoul another ten thousand demonstrated in Poussin and from Bern Switzerland changed her mind yesterday and decided to serve on the Korean armistice in prisoner of war commissions, regardless of whether South Korea accepts the terms hammered out by the Communist, and the United Nations Command Divisional Colonel Fritz Reiner, retired sixty two appointed the lead hundred man military mission from this traditionally neutral country to join missions from Sweden Poland and Czechoslovakia and supervising the armistice as soon as the is signed. East Germans read buzzed Walter. Kremlin favourite and trusted agent in the stalin-era. Night for opposing new soviet-backed efforts for unity of Germany such action runs contrary the current. DV So we are. Policy undertaken in east. Germany in the maneuverings of the post solid regime of Premier Georgy Malikov in Moscow, leading West Berlin Socialist newspaper said. Out By his own, so we zone polit bureau. President Eisenhower appeared yesterday to have won enough key votes to extend the excess profits tax, but it was uncertain whether the votes could ever be cast congressman read of New York Republican chairman of the House ways. And Means Committee assailed the Lebanese new, and gave no sign of calling the committee together for a showdown vote winding up two weeks of hearings read declared the administration had failed to make your case for the vicious excess profits tax maneuvres his campaign and let them be die as scheduled on June thirtieth and to reduce individual income taxes by ten percent at the same time. A Negro. Physician, who is accepted for seven years as a white man and the experience that formed the basis of the motion picture lost boundaries has been dropped effective July fifth as radiologists at Elliot Community Hospital. In keene New Hampshire Chester kings very president of the hospital board of Trustees, said the hospital was let go for neglect of duties, and said his race did not enter into it. Kingsbury, saying, the only bone of contention was the amount of time Dr. Albert C Johnson devoted to hospital procedures Dr? Who came to the hospital? In one thousand, nine, hundred forty, said the board objectives the amount of time he was devoting private practice. He said he'd done Not Thank request for his resignation. One eight the Postmaster General Summerfield, said yesterday. The Post offices powerless to force Senator Joseph McCarthy Republican of Wisconsin to pay for Male, said he sent free, and should have paid for L. Are Walter. The assistances summerfield in charge of public relations, said former. Postmaster General Jesse M. Donaldson Notified McCarthy last October. He should pay for male. He had set out under his congressional franking privileges. Speaking of Senator McCarthy. The Republican Wisconsin said yesterday. The Justice Department should go all out to investigate those individuals guilty of treason or sleeping at their posts, a duty during the Korean War in a speech delivered for a prepared for delivery before the Wisconsin. Republican convention Senator McCarthy said these individuals whom he did not name must be guilty of one or the other. In, though some of the day's top news stories is reported in the newspapers of Sunday June, fourteenth, nineteen, fifty, three on your Radio Barrie Craig confidential investigator, which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. Thing you do. What makes you think that I trust line of Lonzo? Name and your head is lap. Try to toss this blackjack asked me. That was very nice. He missed. How does he feel about it painful? I hope it doesn't show too badly I wouldn't want the place to get a bad name. We're getting away from Lila Lawn. I haven't been near and months. That's why you're head was so sensitive. I could prior loose from him. Okay. Maybe I could use you on my side. Maybe even might need you. Yeah. I got a call from Lila early this morning. First Time I'd heard from us, and she got married must've Venison Brian Enemies even and pleasant surprise. She wanted me to meet A. She was upset. Beck was running short of money. Back, it seems was running after another blown. That's what Lila said. Ask what she said. She wanted me to meet her up in Creek. Dan What's Crypto L. I got a kind of Cunty jet there except maybe an hour out of the city. She wanted you to meet her up there this morning. You agreed agreed I drove up there. The cottage was Dan the Lila. No. Hung around for maybe a couple of hours then I started thinking somebody was playing for something. I made time back to time. I worried. Boy. Let's the Hedwige tank with got his instructions. He'd been with me all day in the apartment. While you breaking down and telling me all this will partially, because boy lost his head when you mentioned lawn that would make him a good witness and partially. Because I don't even know I was being set up for. I'd like you to find out. I've already got a client. Back Yeah. What should job for him finding his wife? That will have to conflict with anything. I want you to get one client at the time. That's all I can handle. Anything that might interest you'll. You'll hear from me. Or maybe from the police That was thrown into. Worry him. He was already worried, but maybe not about the right thing. Even at that, he was head of. I didn't even know what the right things were. I checked with Beck. His wife was still out. That left me a choice I could do nothing. I could try Creek Dale and. According to Myron, that was a dead end. But he could be alive. Aiming you're the Sheriff Tommy I guess tell you right I'm very craig. I'm a confidential investigative from New York City I saw that so. You figured on business and Greek dam. Not exactly something else. I came up here to look through Eddie Myron cottage. Yeah! I thought I might find something there. I drove to the cottage before stopping here if you're up. The cottage wasn't in very good shape. Somebody was careless with matches looks at I, don't. Place was burned to the ground. When did it happen share half noon? I don't know the exact time started couldn't have been later than twelve all and the ideas about why it started or who started. Figuring on maybe finding in the cottage. Something that might lead lead to a lost lady. What might. Her Name Be Lila Lawn perhaps more recently Mrs. All Beck. Long. Okay. Is On. You found it. In the cottage. Like I I. Couldn't have identified. All you can tell us that she was blunt. Enough of the skin on her fingers left to get half a dozen prints. No doubt about it She's Lila Lawn. Mrs Back. She was pretty. Once yeah. Shove! Earlier than noon say. Thank. Dr Everybody's got no idea. She was dead or not gonNA find out. You got ideas. I got I did. Names attached them not yet. Wow. You'll get in touch with me if you get around to attach names. Those ideas I'll get in touch with you. Goodbye sure. Just minutes. Dot P. Body couldn't swear whether she was alive or not when the fire got to. Swear or something? What's that? You had a couple of bullets. interlock. Sheriff didn't have any expression on his face. I could read when let me have. Held a post from minute. Think of anything else got out. I didn't mind a long drive back to the city. I needed it. This fatal. Beck hadn't been lovely to look at. It's often. What do you want Knob oil? It's not boil. We were finished for the night got exactly. What do you want now? I've been up to Creek Dale. And I hope you get more out of the trip than I did this morning I got more. Tell me about. Your cottage is never going to be the same again termites. What time did you leave that this morning around twelve? Wait a minute. That sounds like somebody's checking alibis. Maybe somebody is. Alibis for what are some for one thing? I send your cottage was burned to the ground sometime today. Maybe. You're callous with cigarettes. I don't. Think. You gotta get Outta here. Okay, but nobody really worries about arson in connection with cheap summer cottage. What do they worry about? Lila lawn is never going to be the same again either. Conclusion oberry Craig confidential investigator from sixty seven years ago, June fourteenth nineteen fifty-three comes up just free minutes on this Sunday edition of Classic Radio Theater. I. This is Wayne Allyn root for the megamall. 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Actually Joseph Kerns has done some fine dramatic work, and you'll hear that on Monday Huron Classic Radio Theater Suspense, and if you go have us with you on, Monday, he can always find our programs on demand. Classic Radio Dot Stream. If you miss a day, you don't have to miss his show now. The conclusion of Barrie Craig Confidential Investigators, starring William Goggin from sixty seven years ago, June, fourteenth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty three. I didn't give him much chance to respond to that I walked out. Ever give him an opportunity to figure out what is response would be. I had another job. WHO, is it? Coming thanks. Very late I hadn't noticed I. Hope you've got something to report I. Have you found? Yeah, splendid way is. She coming back to me. I don't think she's got an choice in the matter. I. Hope you're in bully. and. She's got no choices because she's dead. Yeah. Shorts way sometimes the kind of She was shot and then burned to death in some cottage. That belongs to Eddie Myron. She's gone back to him for a while. It seems like. Maybe a shorter while and she figured on how they? Arrested him not yet. Not they'll get around to it once they tighten up a few things. It goes. Your Wife Duck made us morning phone Myron and met him at the cottage shortly before twelve. What happened and why right after that? We don't know for sure. But we do know is that Myron headed back for the city sometime after twelve. And sometime after twelve is also when the cottage started burning. Then it's it's not really poof them. No. That's why Mayans not under arrest. He's a suspect. You could be one to me. You're joking. You've got a funny sense of humor. Motive. Another woman. According to myron anyway. But? That doesn't matter because I. saw you ten minutes after your white ducked out. I spent time with you. You couldn't have made it up to the cottage in time for the shooting and the burning. Not After I. Left. You owe joking. Just showing you how tricky these things can be. Anyway the main reason I came to tell you my jobs over. Your wife's been filed. I walked out. He didn't see me to the door. Love eight of the. Fact that she was dead, meant something. I got out into the street and started walking. Not Far. Somebody else was walking behind me. Stop! He stopped. Is Wasn't my idea of fun. But it didn't matter because still another Guy Shoda. Notice either of us, but we noticed him I went after him. They hired man when after me, it must've made quite a procession. Turned off the pavement and walked into one the small houses. They still keep in New York. City to prove once upon a time. It was a nice place to live. I gave them a few minutes and then. I waited for the doorbell to be answered. I scribbled a note on my car and dropping would give the man following me something. These. Not Police Now let's shut the door. Ho Streets to know I impersonated a cop. This is Beck Mrs. Back sounds. Like maybe you're embarrassed. By the way you duck me, madam flurries this morning. I never did get to see how you looked in that red bathing suit. Terribly late, it hasn't even begun to be late. Mrs Beck. I've got a problem bothering. According to the police into fingerprints which never lie. Mrs Beck is dead I. You're not dead, are you? Know which leads me to a very funny conclusion, so you're not never misses beck. You don't think that conclusion is very funny. I don't know what you want what you're thinking. I'll tell you. Eddie Myron said was running after another blonde. Blonde. So, as Mrs Beck. You still haven't. Maybe you were holding out for marriage I would. No, I'm not asking. But back decided he'd have to get rid of his wife. Yoga. Date with Myron she was scared, I guess. And so he went to work. He got hold of me hired me to go shopping with his wife. He! Got Hold of you. Got You to pretend you worries why until he could duck up to Creek Deo kill his actual wife. Wait till Myron left the cottage discussed then set fire. Silly got back to the city by twelve. You was still alive and according to what my testimony would have to be. Then you disappear. So I. Think couldn't have killed his wife. But he did. You prove I'm not doing anything and put himself at the scene of the murder could time of the murder with no alibi? If he'd killed the girl. He wouldn't have done that. Therefore, the rest of the story is got to be believed. That leaves you. I followed back here. If you turned out to be someone I'd never met before fine. becks and the clear, but you're not. So what else do I need killing Craig. came out of the woodwork back. Why don't you introduce me to the lady who's going to hang with you? Excuse me, they go when. Stop it I didn't know about his plans to kill. Lila he just told me it was a gag for a divorce a that's not bad. Any jury with men this side of Elodie on it. We'll go for that. Beckett looks like you. Take it along. I don't take anything. I can take care of only. Trouble is back, getty. Myron was worried about me. He told me to your place the trail both of us here. I dropped a note to him when I came in advised him to pick a good seat. He's outside that window. I'll take care of you. I wasn't lying. myron winged up I put. The police thanking. They tossed me a polite nod to. They didn't seem to mind finding the lost lady either. Headquarters would be a brighter place for a little while. I wouldn't be hanging around waiting for her to come out though. I don't like red bathing suits. You're listening to William, Gog and in another exciting transcribed mystery drama from the adventures of Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Story the Lost Lady was written by Lucas and there. You have the announcer. Of course. Yes, that is Don Pardo. June Fourteenth Nineteen Fifty Three Berry Craig confidential investigator right here on Classic Radio Theater. Would you do me a favor? 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"Hockey lockout no four, zero five, but the next year there were still people going to the OCOEE Games and it's still a very popular thing, so at the end of the day. I can see surviving year without sports I think it's going to be awfully tough, but I think we can do it. My, jump on. You know you talk about baseball there, and you kind of touched on the question that I had for you in terms of. You take a look at the last week or so you know, and and I'll be in the players trying to negotiate right the the compensation. Are, they gonNA. Screw this up and over. I. Don't know I. Forget what the number is, but in relative terms it would seem like. You can come to an agreement on the money and get the product out there, but it just seems like they're such an impact in the players, and and he'll be just really don't like one another right now, so you know. Do you think they're gonNA? Screw this up and not have a season. Yeah I do Mike to be very honest with you? You know we. We've got millionaires fighting with billionaires here and they're they're. They're fighting over dollar bills and. That that's a great recipe for trouble where where I look at it and I just think the longer this goes on as I mentioned before the longer this goes on the longer, it will take them to get into shape, and the longer it takes them to get into shape short of the season. It's going to be and then at what point do you say? Playing, forty, what's playing fifty games? What's the point in playing sixty games? Let's just have a year off. If the numbers are correct and I think the last number I saw was that the average major team will lose I think it was six hundred forty thousand dollars a game, and and that's a number that I. I've seen two or three times. I don't know whether it's the best estimate. It's gas, or or whether it's an accurate figure based on on baseball books as a whole but. At the end of the day you gotta understand the onus situation here. WHY DO THEY WANNA lose six hundred thousand dollars a game, just for the sake of putting their team on the field, risking injury to star player, and maybe that player, not being able to play in twenty twenty one. When hopefully things are back to normal, you look at it from the players standpoint. We all like to be paid for the work that we do. if the those of us in a regular job as opposed to a sports job, if we're in a regular job and we only had to work part time because of the virus. We'd expect to be paid part-time. If we work twenty hours a week, we'd be expect to be paid for twenty dollars rather than forty. The baseball players don't seem to understand that, so they've dug their heels in. And the owners are digging. There's in because say hey, guys. We've got no revenue. Why would we want to pay? So you can kind of see both sides, but what makes it very sad from? My standpoint is as I say. We've got millionaires fighting with billionaires yet. We've got the average. Joe In in North America and frankly throughout the world that can't go to work to put money on the table to feed his family and his kids, so it's pretty sad. Situation at the end of the day It's something that we really should be all that concerned about other than our personal gratification of turning on the TV to watch a baseball game or a basketball game or a hockey game. That's divisive John Poulter. Professor Sports, breaking it down Mike. I know you have a follow up, but I just have to throw this in because. I. Feel like you guys are on the same page about things and I'm going to be the opposition on this, and I'm gonNA. Tell you that. Two or three hundred million dollars sounds like an awful lot of money to you and I and the common man, but when we're talking about businesses that are built multibillion dollar businesses, two or three hundred million dollars. Isn't that much and I think there's way too much at stake for these guys to blow off the season we need sports. I'm sorry, but we need sports right now and cooler heads will prevail, and I actually think both of you guys are. One hundred percent incorrect on this I do think baseball's coming back. And I do think cooler heads will prevail might go ahead with your follow up. There John. I was going to ask you know. Obviously, the damage to two baseball would be would be massive if they don't come back and and and they can't figure this out. I mean you know back in nineteen ninety four strike you know did. Almost. Irreparable damage to two major league baseball and it wasn't until mcgwire Sosa had their thing that Kinda brought baseball back, but can you speak to the damage that this would cause major league baseball. I think it would do an awful lot of damage for the reasons that you point out to Mike and the second bit of damage it would do. Is that over the summer months? Baseball is usually king. It's usually the only for a couple of months. It's the only one of the major four sports that is active and regular season all of a sudden. If they come back now, they're going to be fighting with. Baseball basketball hockey in September the NFL so That's two straight as far as I'm concerned it's critical that if if this thing is going to succeed I think they do need to come back, but whether they should or shouldn't isn't a story. Alrighty, I hear that music means we've got to take a pause for the cause. John is always a pleasure talking sports with you or quite. Frankly just talking about anything man have a wonderful day. My pleasure as always guy says, stay safe and we'll chat next week. John Poulter professional sports breaking down and you guys are a little negative man. I'm sorry, but let's have some positivity. Man Sports a come back whether you guys like it or not keep a close everybody. We gotta take a little pause for the cause, and we'll come back and continue rapping about the sports world. He's Mike. 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We want to hear your opinions. We are always for the people by the people and because of the people. That's what sports radio means to me. It's about getting the interaction with you, the listener and hearing your thoughts and your opinions about what's happening, so speaking of which let's jump back right out to the phones and hook up with our good Buddy Mitch in Santa Monica Mitch got the Dorfman. You Got Mike, Wilson, what is on your mind today, my friend. Warning guys. Spend quite a week of couple things, but let me just get right to it and just allowed to points. Maybe we can discuss them. I want to circle back and the things. We were discussing with professor first off Adam Silver, the number, one commissioner and all the sports. He was the guy who I take control. This whole pandemic situation set the league down, and it hasn't looked back and I was looking for creative ways, and now a specifically in Florida to kind of bring it back in a very unique way, and and I think he's he's a smart guy. He's really done it. He hasn't really talked to the players in terms of classing Money the way baseball is completely blowing it and He's he's our number. One Guy Number Two I'm sorry, but we'll get into the John I. John this millionaires versus billionaires idol by it because you know you need star power and you gotta pay for Star Power Mean Mike. Trout should not be taking eighty five percents salary. Cut where you're third string catcher is going to be basically making about what he's made all along. I mean that's just work. The two are at inequitable. I mean the reason why talk has a contract like that way. Reason are starting to have a contract is that is because they're the reason the game is. Is. Popular people pay to see those guys. They're not necessarily paying to see the third string players, so you know. Basically baseball had a deal. They messed it up because it didn't realize answer going to be there. And now they're trying to blame it on the players you know this sport is not GonNa go away. They can easily. Amateur is the payments over a number of years. We talked about this last year where the players could still get their money, not necessarily now, but guaranteed over the course of three or four years. You know so that you can. L. Space out those payments. The owners aren't taking such a big hit right, so you know they're still gonNA make money. There's a bait the there there's they still own these. Clubs. Because, they're very profitable Second call or third of all university Wisconsin coming back tomorrow to allow their players because their practice great, but what about the rest of the schools in the AA? There's no PAC twelve school that's to be able allowed to bring their kids back. In what kind of an equitable those bowl potential with their beat we've got. Past where you have Wisconsin is already starting practice, but no. PAC twelve schools are able to get there and lastly I'm of sick of go faster lasts without fans and I'm so happy. That Golf was coming back. So you know which is GonNa, be really fun by the way not having fans on the course and I was listening to commentary yesterday. Where you know you're not gonNA, have the roar of the crowd on the golf course when someone is making a charge at the leaderboard, so players who have never really watched leaderboard before bike kind of get a feel I. Don't know if. If you've ever been to a golf tournament. There's a field you get it. You can hear and when something screens across the way you know that tiger dropped went in. You know the kept gut. Just you know. He wasn't stiff from you. Know Two fifty out. He's ready to dropping eagle on the par-five. So you have all this leaderboard watching by the cat he's. He's GonNa. Be a completely different game. It's fun to see how these guys reacted. Who react to it and then also who comes back prepared so that'd be. Tough week super tough week here in Santa Monica as you all know and I guess the one more thing. There's a difference between protesters and criminals, criminals, writers and looters. They aren't protesters. Address protesters so. My and The biggest wall is Roger Goodell Nice for saying for apologizing, but you had just mentioned capper nickname, and that's the topic that I really would like to talk about is like. You go and say that they were wrong. Three years ago and not match might mentioned Kyle Catholics name, and if the NFL does start, Thursday, night, or a Monday, night or Sunday night. Does he go in the middle of the field, take a knee with all the players I mean. What would that look like? Interesting so so okay, let's break this down. A Little Bit and Mitch is obviously talking about Roger Goodell coming out and. Changing his statement about how he feels when it comes to protesting, and what guys do. The national anthem on on the heels of drew brees, also retracting his comments about what he said and also Throwing out an apology on instagram and other social media platforms after his comments that he made on an interview last week. If I'm not mistaken as well. Look. This is, this is something that that that I'm really struggling with because quite frankly. They made a statement a while back and now you're going to tell me that all the sun something has changed in their hearts. Because quite frankly, that's that's to me. That's what this is all about. You either have good or bad, and it's in your heart. So when when drew brees came out, and made his statement a while back about kneeling, and how he doesn't appreciate that when it comes to the national anthem, and then Roger Goodell made his statement I guess. Is it enough to say that. They've learned from what happened to George Floyd and now they feel a completely different way Mike. You go first, and then we'll let Mitch attack this as Well. When it comes to grieve, I think you and united talked about it deals, and we talked about context of the comments You know I I truly think that threes You know he's a good guy like. Let's not let's not. Think anything else of breed. Diddy diddy say the way that he wanted to know, and so I think that was a bit behind his his apology now the the question that he was that. If you listen to the whole thing and the question before his little Camille Misspoken was you know dealing with. the protest George Yang and and and he came out and anyone like look we. We need to come together as a country I mean. He was saying saying the things that you would expect him to say. And, then he gets asked by the out in finance guy You know. What do you think about the protesters and in in the kneeling? That's probably GONNA happen there. The NFL season and twenty wins his. You know my grandfather's fought in and so I I'm GONNA. Stand any goes. I completely disagree with anybody that you know against the flag and I think So so. He's so quick question for you. You're feeling like what he said was taken a bit out of context, or do you think that on this one? He misspoke and he should've just said you know what. I'll go with my first answer that I gave you on the other question, right? Right okay. Agreed. Stupid guy a guy, purdue guy. You know you gotta be smart got purdue Maybe! Yeah should've went back to the previous. fancier from the previous question, and he and none of this none of this would happen. None of this, you know. They apology all that all that kind of stuff would never would've never came up. I love eighty. What's that we will see what's in his heart by action going forward? I agree I agree, and and this is a guy that's donated over thirty five million dollars to different causes throughout. His life, and obviously he's a very generous guy, and I'm going to read this quote for you. Guys from Charles Barkley and then let let's have a mitch jump in. And give us his thought. Charles Barkley says I've never heard a bad word about drew brees in my life. He made a mistake, but we've gotten to the point in society where everybody on social media thinks they are God judge and the jury drew. Brees made a mistake. I think that it's cool when you see guys like Charles Barkley come to the understanding of where drew. Brees may have made a mistake here and misspoke a little bit and I think that. We cannot question you know I. I mentioned about what's in your heart well quite frankly, if you ask me drew, brees has a good heart. This is a guy that has given and given. To the tune of over thirty five million dollars for different causes, he misspoke exactly the way the Charles Barkley just said, and if Charles, Barkley can understand it, and he can accept the apology. I think we all should be able to accept the apology and just move on. What say you Mitch Mitch. I. I don't think that he actually missed misspoke. Andy I think he was very sincere that kneeling to the flag. I think everyone would say my kneeling to the American flag is inappropriate. What he didn't realize it wasn't kneeling against the American flag who is kneeling in support of black, a suppression, the time or now it's in support of black lives, matter and when friends of his. a made him aware of that. That's when he was like. You know what you're absolutely right? I was I was wrong. You know maybe I should've gone to calendar. Purdue you know, I would have been a little bit. In that in that. So I. Don't necessarily take that it was it was a missed. What he was saying without what he thought, and then we in like most people. This is all about education guy. You know it's about the more you get educated. You're able to maybe change your opinion. You know about things that you know what you're right. You're absolutely right. I was wrong about that. You Open I to something here. something. That's super real, and that's something that you're that now. I get it now. I totally get it now. Against the play. Okay, so so with that being said. I I. Hear You. I'm having a little bit of trouble. Being on the same page with you, because I I think it's hard to think that they've changed their minds one hundred percent, but but that's beside the point. This is my next question for you. Colin Kaepernick. You mentioned that. Will he be out there on the field kneeling my question for you is. Will he be on a football team in the NFL this next season? It wasn't that will come cabinet beyond the field I've met with Roger Goodell. Go out and take a knee after saying that that was wrong I mean. Comments! You know that's where I was saying that you hit. Just he was staying with the. How kaffir Nick and the rest of those players were really I didn't and as we see right now, Catholic is still out there, so it's going to see what's going to happen. You know he needed to be. Go a little bit further. I think a lot further and say you know what cows right I understand that what he was kneeling for. This is not about the flag. This is about support of black Americans, not being equal, not being treated fairly like the rest of the people and you're right. That's why we're taking an eight. We're not taking it against American flag. Okay so give me a quick answer. Just Colin Kaepernick. Play in the NFL this upcoming season, yes or no. No I don't know if he's fit, I don't be ready and. I don't think it's going to be A. The mood point. Wow, no season well. The NBA's coming back and everything else is coming back I. Think you're probably alone on this one, but we gotta take a pause for the cause. Appreciate Mitch and Santa Monica Love that guy. 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It kind of makes me think about Brett Farr Kinda makes me think about other people that have not been able to say goodbye, and then obviously they father. Time gets some and they wind up. Having a bad loss or something happened that they're really not very happy about, but if you can go out on top I think that's a good thing. Anyways, I hear the music I. Guess We gotTa Take a little. The cost will come back on the other side. We'll hook up with Brett boom former major league baseball player. We'll talk to him about. Baseball for sure because I know, you've gotTA question. Ask Him and I. I told you John Paul would answer the question the way the poulter answer. anyways, let's take a break. We'll be back. He's Mike. Wilson I'm Andy Dornan. It is the door on sports edition. And now today's Ben Hogan Golf Tip WanNa hit your long irons crisper and longer. It's important to take the club back. 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We'll talk to him about whatever's on his mind, and we'll kind of try to ask him about Major League Baseball and how he thinks that plays out too so I know you got an opinion about? Major League baseball not, necessarily coming back but. I think that would be a monumental mistake, my friend. I really do. Oh Yeah. For Baseball, not to come back after it appeared that it was going to be the first big. Big Backs would be just I you know been for me. It'd be a disaster that'd be hard to Kinda get back from, but we'll see I. Mean I i. I'm with you. Man I mean I. Really do hope that it comes back and they. had to prevail, but man the the perception that's out there right now is not a very good one. Well I'll tell you what we got a guy right now. WHO's GONNA probably be able to change your perception. At least in my mind, and he'll be able to change your perception, and that is obviously Bret Boone former major league baseball player second basement during his career. three-time all-star four time gold glove, a winter, two times, silver slugger, award winner, and now on the phone with us Brett enlighten, Mike and let them know that. Two or three hundred million dollars sounds like a lot of the common man, but in baseball world in the sports world, two or three hundred million dollars is. Pretty easy. It's like it's like going out and having a sandwich with a guy and make something happen but I really think there are a lot closer than people think they are. What say you Bret Boone? was morning guys. Mortar. Sorry about jumping on a little late I'm still really optimistic. I, think I think what you're hearing is is. Normal negotiation. but because it's major league baseball being played out in the media, and there's bits and pieces that go to the media that. That both sides want the other side to here. So, of course you know. The first thing that happens when when the players. Give back to the two major league baseball there counterproposal. What's let's first answer? Oh, no, we don't like it and we're not going to counter that. That's that's just posturing on on. You know in my opinion now. When I come on the show and I and I give my views. This is not. This is a factual stuff. This isn't. Like. I have insider information that I'm sitting in those meetings I'm just giving you just my opinion on on past experiences and what I've gone through and I see how these things play out. And That's that's why. Because it's major league baseball. Obviously, it's going to get a lot of play and it's going to get a lot of media play, and it's a sound bite here and it's A. A little clip here all you know sources inside the meeting. Say this and. MC negotiating several. Yes, they're going to leak to the media. Guys. They want to that date. No, WE'RE GONNA put it out there on ESPN or wherever the venue may be. They're gotta leak what they WanNa hear. They're not gonNA. They're not gonNA. Give you exactly what they're thinking in their mind. It's posturing in. It's You know we've talked about this for weeks now. The Fan I'm sitting there going just save all the rhetoric and all the bs that I gotta listen to just get it done behind the scene. I'm optimistic I still am you know I've got? Family members that are very close to the. But. They don't know what is actually going to happen. I'll be honest with you. My Dad you know runs the Minor League for the Washington nationals and he does believe me if I knew what was on the inside inside and really GonNa Happen Today. He would tell me and honestly he hasn't. And it's not because he's played in close to the vest he he's. He's like us. He really doesn't know. So I'm I'm I'm remaining domestic? You know I think when we start delving into these forty eight fifty game season I. Don't think that's realistic. You know I don't take. The public's going to like that I don't think I. Don't think the fans are going to buy into a fifty game season and and crown legitimate world series champion. You know I think what they have in place right around the eighty two games and I know that's what the owners want because that was their proposal. I think happened season some somehow some way legitimize it in the mainstreams minds like you know. Would they did what they could? Because of what the country went through this year, but they did play you know at least a half a season, so somewhat legitimized it I think when you start talking fifty forty game. You know that's like a sprint. who had a good month? You know the in? In in the catbird seat for the playoffs, and I and I don't think anybody wants. I agree. Go ahead, my. No I you know. I'm. I'm with you. In terms of you know just like you. You hear these things and you're like. Get it done like. quit quit kind of going back and forth, and they just get it done, but you know my question was what Wyden think Major League Baseball rejected one hundred and fourteen game plan What? What was the thinking there? Well I think the players main motivation is to get paid per game. Yeah so the more games they get out there the better chance they have of. Of You. KNOW GETTING MORE MONEY PER GAME I. For me, it's a and I think we covered this last week. It's gotTa be a deal where we're both sides. Come out and don't really feel that great about it. They didn't get a great deal, but they. Yeah I think I. think that's the ultimate. In this scenario. You know this scenario. It's different. It's an and we talked about it last week. There are things in life. That are worth fighting for their things in life that are work in I'm sure you've had these talks with with your kids with friends. Is that really worth? Sacrificing in going to the mat, For that or should we save that for another day? When something more is on the line? I think that's the case here. I think this is not a time to go to the Mat. This is the time to get something done. There's so many positive things. Come out of it, not only do you have an eighty two game schedule near the only game in town right now on TV, but you do so much good for Major League Baseball. There's good blood you know. I believe the next big basic agreement comes up after the two thousand and twenty one season going into that you got good blood. You feel good about each other. There's no hostility. There's no anger. You got this season down. And this is gonNA affect the next two years of negotiations. And the relationship between the owners and the players, which is already riddled with a history of mistrust. I just think getting this done and get their short season done is going to do wonders for the game, and and we'll really be smooth sailing. it's moves. It can be for negotiations going forward getting the more important things like a basic agreement. That, that draws you out five seven ten years If you have a lot of goodwill on both sides going in those negotiations, there's a good chance that that baseball will continue to go through without a work stoppage. It has now for twenty six years last time it stop was ninety four. Going it's going to do nothing, but continue to grow the game. Continue to bring in fans. For months from other genres. And just make this as global international phenomenon and I and I think. You know obviously everybody knows that but. Easier said than done. You know I agree I. I that's. That's the voice of Bret Boone hanging out with us here on the door sports weekend edition. I agree one hundred percent I just think there's way too much at stake right now with what we're going through with the pandemic I. Think what you're really saying. If I'm reading, you correctly is that both sides need to realize that they're both GONNA lose, but it's a matter of. Let's not. Not Lose everything. Let's let's take what we have right now, and let's move forward. Because if we don't like you're saying we're GONNA. Lose everything this year we may lose everything next year, and and if they have good faith like you said, can they make payments and defer them for maybe two or three years? Can they do? Can they get creative with how they pay guys out? Without a doubt, you can't and I brought even to a different level of. You know months ago probably when they started talking about this how they were going to reopen it or or Three four months ago. It? It's like these agreements that were kind of you know talked about in kind of agreed to you know who the handshake or or whatever I think it was. We weren't thinking. There's GonNa be no fans in the sense. Okay, so now there's no fans in the stands. Obviously, the owners take a big hit point actually from that. What, but there a numbers guy out there that are much smarter than we are. Living so, it's like okay. Let's get the basic premise in position basic agreement stuff in position. Okay, we. We both agree to do that now, so we ended the season the opens up and they decide to start start allowing fifty percent capacity. Okay well, that's that's do the numbers right now and if that happened okay, the players get a percentage of that. What what percentage like I said I'm not smart enough to run those numbers, but there's guys out there that do this for a living in a very simple for them. And, so it's on a pretty okay now all the sudden. We're in You know we're in September, and we've got eighty percent. Occupancy at the Games well. That's GONNA be reflected in percents that goes to the players, so the players have. Have have something in. Hey. The fans do get come back. The owners are getting those those You know that money at the gate of the players are going to share in that, and now slowly over time case all right now we're get bonus on top of bonuses. Fans are coming back things like that. Your meetings each. You know! It sounds completely rational to me bread hopefully obviously like we're all saying cooler heads prevail. We gotta take a quick pause for the cause. We'll come back and we'll continue this conversation with Bret. Boone on the other side Mike Wilson Andy Dwarf it is the door font sports weekend edition. We'll be back. You're listening to Dorfman sports here on your favorite. Now here's. Have you written a book? 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Somehow some way some shape in our lives, and I know from experience of talking to baseball players throughout my career in broadcasting that racism has definitely been a part of America's pastime. What. What have you seen as far as obviously racism? And what have you seen as far as change being made in a positive way about racism? As far as the sport does, yeah, absolutely I I. Think you know And I can just speak from my time in the game You know baseball's very racially diverse you know. Culture especially in that locker room. You know those are my. Are My boys, my guys that I that I go to battle with every day. And you know I can just speak for for myself and my friends in the game. You know from all different ethnic backgrounds it's it's was never an issue for me and it was never issue for. Any of the players that I played with that I know now I'm not gonNA. Sit there and try to get into the minds of other people. I just know when when. When I walked in that locker room. We have one common cause and that was beating the crap out of our own Dan. And it didn't matter where you came from. And what the color of your skin was it was it was all about the common goal, and that was going out and kicking. You know what we're going through Today and and. In modern times with with the A, lot of tension out there is is. You know definitely my heart open to that and I see what's going on, and I talked to my friends and colleagues. Around the game and and You know we talked to each other as friends and an guys that have that have been through a lot together, and so this is the United States of America and slowly. This. Is brought up. This is how we move forward. This is how we learned. This is how we heal to talk to one another love each other love. Our friends love our neighbors I and it doesn't matter where you come from, or what colors skin you have and. You know a lot of progress is made through. Through certain trials and tribulations that we go through in the country's going through that now, and and and hopefully we come out of this as better in and making progress and you know I think everybody's just opened a learning and talking and figuring out what makes each other tick, so I think we're going to retire and I think we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA be better for it in the end. Mike, I know you want to jump in, but I just want to say something I think you hit it on the head with the last statement learning and listening you know. I think that it's really important us. All being white people for us to listen to black people about what they've gone through and the struggles that they've had and how difficult it has been. I think that that's the key is being able to listen with an open ear, and not have any judgments or anything like that. You do this time for us to just listen and hear the message that people are saying. Go ahead, Mike Sorry. That's fine, I mean. especially with baseball, the only the African American community, but Hispanic community and what they've had to go through and deal with you know coming up through the game, but. You know I my question here is you know Kinda with? Wants the season gets going if it does, is they're? They're not out there that you think is better. Students get out of the gate, and and get off to a quick start. better than other teams. I. Don't necessarily think so well. I mean from a strictly from a revenue standpoint of course, the the the big companies in the end the. TV STATIONS WANNA. See the Yankees and they WANNA see the Boston Red Sox and they wanna see Chicago cubs where the biggest dynamic fans are and the biggest. A number of dollars are I think you know to have the most exciting thing? You want it. You want the biggest. The teams that have the most fanfare the most coverage where the money is. La. New York lost in. CHICAGO. so that's strictly from I. Think what this Fort! I it's like in any sport. You know when the Dallas Cowboys win newer ships always up. You know the Lakers the Celtics In anything, but but as far as. You know I I. Don't know from addressing your question what you meant or Or. Tell me if I am I'm not. that. On one point, and then maybe on a just a talent, you know, player standpoint are there. Is there a team? Pitching and that kind of. This is this is just. It's going to be a different animal for everybody out there. Every team gone. So you'RE GONNA. See the most emphasis. You've ever seen put on a game two weeks into the season that you've ever seen whereas normally we're used to. You know April fifteenth that that. That Friday night game between the royals and the brewers wasn't really that big of a deal well now with this new schedule wherever it may turn out to be, you're going to see the emphasis. It's almost like you're going to be in a playoff stretch. Right out of bed. which will be interesting it'll be. It'll be different there'll be. There'll be a lot more exciting so or excitement. Much much earlier than we usually do in the course of the season. Somehow someway. You always find a way to pick fun and Milwaukee. Brewers but I love you anyway and I. You know what I want to ask you this because I think it's an interesting. Proposition that these guys are in. You know they started. With reporting. To Spring Training. You know they they started. They stopped now. They gotta get back into that groove. How does that work like? How difficult is that for you to get your body going and the way that they're going to do this now? Obviously is going to be a little bit faster quicker than normal so. We'll be I guess my question is. Will we see? Baseball right away, or is it going to take some time for that? I think you should definitely take some time because you're going to be on a fasttrack schedule. You'RE GONNA. Say All right. We need you to get ready and we need to get ready really quick now. So. Basically, it's in three weeks of, but you're thinking this. It's two thousand twenty. The Athlete in two thousand twenty is different than the athlete in one thousand nine hundred. These guys are. Year round trainers These guys are going to come in the spring training. If they're called the spring training tomorrow, they're gonNA. Come there and peach shape so I don't worry about the modern day athlete being chased, they take care of themselves and their maintenance every day pretty much year round so as far as the physicality th. They're gonNA. Be Ready to go. You still need that day-to-day baseball. and that yeah, it's GonNa. Be a little rough. It's GONNA be no different than than opening day April first the first couple of weeks. You're feeling out. Guys quite don't have their swing. Some guys or midseason form. The good thing about this is nobody has an advantage the they're all on equal playing ground. They're all have been offered two and a half months, and they all need to get ready three weeks. So I don't think there's an unfair advantage to any to anyone It, it's GonNa be what it is, and everybody's going to get their their midseason baseball legs whenever they do it. They gotta get him a little quicker right now. I think it has the potential. Threat they fan the playoffs and they do it right. To be really exciting being short schedule, you're going to be in playoff mode. Who Weekend? And Right, he'd be intuited a different level than they normally would be. Totally agree practice a big week for you and your family wishing Jake and you a lot of good luck this week back I appreciate it. Thank Guy! I'll, we. Believe me I'll be in touch. We'll talk. We'll talk later in the week to see how that all played out, but Bret Boone hanging out with us as always great gas love that guy and obviously son has a big opportunity to be a major league baseball player. 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I think we got to address some of these. White people that have been coming out in the NFL and we've already talked a little bit about Roger. Goodell drew brees, but I I also think we need to talk a little bit about the Denver Bronco Coach, and what he said, and you know it kind of echoed a little bit of what Bret Boone said in what he was saying about that he hadn't really seen racism. In the game and the locker room, he mentioned the locker room, and that it was a bunch of different guys that came together for one common goal, and I understand that I see that and I can appreciate that, but I think if you're a head coach in the NFL and you can't see the racism all over the NFL then quite frankly, my I think you're blind They have a Rooney rule in place for just that fact, alone I think that that speaks volumes to me as to. Yes, there's racism in the sport, but we're trying to do something. To to give guys an opportunity, and then you had what happened over the past few months with. You could improve your draft. Pick by having by hiring a person who's black in the front office or head, coach, or or something along those lines so I guess what I'm trying to say is is. Is this Guy Blind? Is this guy just that Ono, where or or what's up with him because? For him to come out with the statement that he had to me, it's completely ignorant. I'm sorry, but there's no other way to say it. It's completely ignorant and this guy's just unaware man. That, that's how I feel. Now I feel the same way and I i. think he backtrack a little bit and said that you know he was speaking to the locker. Room when when you think of, but when you think about the NFL I, don't think about the locker room. You got to think about positions of power places ownership. General Manager Spots head coaching spots, and you mentioned Bruni rule that there was talk you know a few weeks ago A. A month ago that maybe they they, they get rid of the Rooney rule because a lot of owners and this is an example of racism. They were just using it just to say that they interviewed someone of Color for a head coaching position when all along they knew who they were going to take as their next head coach, and it wasn't going to be someone of Color I think the Rooney rule needs needs. To stay, obviously, because that's how society progressing, you get different people in there that don't look like you in positions of power that approach things from a from a different point of view, and and look you and I. Both know that that the NFL the NBA ownership I kinda stuff. In any postwar. It's kind of like the good old boys you know Kinda Kinda Group, and there has to be a way that we break that cycle and look the Pittsburgh. steelers use the literal named after. You know that one of the the owner that they've had for years. and they use it to their advantage the higher their coach Mike Tomlin at pertinent African American coach, and he's had tremendous success at the head coaching level and is something that I've just never understood. in terms of why people of color are not in the positions of power and you know to look to the NBA credit is the NBA has been. You know a Pretty Progressive League. They've always Kinda. Put the change in there, and you see people of Color and power position but the NFL has some catching up to do. In terms of that for sure. Well with that being said first and foremost NFL players are wearing a mask. NBA Players. You can see their face so that that's a that's a huge difference right there, and for obvious reasons. You gotTA. Wear a helmet. When you're playing at NFL football in for obvious reasons, you're not going to be wearing a helmet. When you're playing basketball, you might wear some goggles. Things along those lines, but you. You get what I'm saying. I think the NBA has done a great job of of of having their stars be visible. Whereas in the NFL. You're hiding a little bit behind a mask, and it's all for protection and safety so I. Understand it look. The only way for us to get better, the only way for us to improve the only way for us to actually see some change is for us to listen for us to hear the message and for us to really want to make a change. And I think you said it. In your in what you were just saying. Systematically, there is an issue. All over the place, it's it. It starts at the top, and it goes all the way through. Everything, throughout our lives, but with that being said. Change only takes place. If we're willing and we're ready for that change to take place you can you can. I stand for this one one thousand percent. You can have these marches. These protests which hopefully remain peaceful which they've gone that way over the past few days. Which I love and I think is great, and which makes me say to them. Continue this and keep going. If if the rioting and looting was still happening I think we all would not feel the same way, but but protesting is our right I. It's something that we are able to do as long as we're doing it in a peaceful manner. I want that to continue? I want that message to continue to resonate and it has. It's now gone. Global Right I mean it's happening all over the world now, so I think this message is out there, and now it's about what do we do with what we've built right now and we have built a movement. We definitely have built a movement. But it doesn't stop with just that movement right it's. It keeps going by by US actually making change in society. and to me, the way that that happens Mike is I've already said listening hearing the message, but it also happens with people that are in positions that they're in power right now, they either. Retire they get. Taken out of that position so that somebody else can move into that position, because otherwise. How do we have changed if there's no pieces of this puzzle that have been moved around right? Right Yeah and The other thing is you know these people that are physicians the power? You know they don't necessarily. Have you know? I mean they can be voted out. They can retire like said. But they you know if they are staying in that position of power baby to implements. You know a change within their organization at the county level at the city level at the federal level. They have to do it and like you said I'm all behind the the protests and marches and all that But after this. There has there has to be some hard looking in the mirror in terms of implementing this change that. Obviously the country is is wanting right now. and you and you have you just have to do it? And and you and I know that change is tough. It's difficult it can be messy. Okay. Bring it on it if that means that more people of color get into positions of power. think can help this country progress. So be it. High turn so yeah, bring bring it on, and like I said it's going to be messy. Are Their mistakes going to be made absolutely along the way, but you know people that like you said, listen to one another help each other. We can figure this out and it makes this country, even even better and more equal Kinda like under the law than it is right now. All right I wanNA. Touch on this real. Quick before we get Outta here. NBA Coming back or at least plan to come back July thirty first We're excited obviously, and you know you ask thread about a team that come out of the gate that you know quickly. WHO's your team? That could come out of the gate quickly with the way at the NBA is GonNa go back. into business and You Know Lakers Bucks Clippers those are your favorites to win it all in in. Nothing's really changed their, but do you see team that this helps you see a team that this hurts maybe. Obviously if your team if your team is Yang Data helps you. Can you know young people just adapt better to to change getting out the gate, a little better than the older team? I work at your team than the walking box as a team that can get out the gate pretty quick. I think my team. In the Boston Celtics who they're very young team and like they're almost the a position was basketball Keep get out to get out the gate early I think the. Lakers are going to have a little bit. You know they they may have a little bit of a problem because they're little older, you know. Lebron's been around for you know eighteen years now something like that. He may need a little bit to get out a couple of games kind of get warmed up and and get moving, but I think the box Boston and I think the clips. The clippers 'cause they're so deep and making of mess with lineups a bit and see who's. Who's WHO's ready to go, and WHO's not making kind of you know, go with that for a little bit, but I i. just think you're you're even Mike. Team are are best suited to get out the gate pretty quick well, just say you know the Milwaukee Bucks. Actually have the oldest roster by age average age twenty eight point seven three is what the average age of the Milwaukee Bucks is so They're not necessarily. They're not necessarily young. They're not necessarily all then. I think that they have great players. Where they need to have those great players. I think a team. This hurts quite frankly is the Utah Jazz. They were kind of getting things going deep it and then I'll. Really go bear and this and that and the other and I think that that's a team. It hurts. The Milwaukee. Bucks are a team that can win anywhere so as far as the bucks go I think that they're in a good position in the sense of. Home, they don't. Eat that home crowd to win games. 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May, now, what's cracking welcome to episode one hundred, thirty, two of General Podcast, my guess, week or Jimmy Connors and his son Brett together they host the advantage Connors podcast, and I am pumped to have both of them sitting together and taking a break from there's in order to do mine this week. Jimmy of course is an absolute legend. He won eight Grand Slam titles. Titles he also held the world number one spot for a total of two hundred and sixty eight weeks. He's still has the record for most open era. Tournament wins ever Jimmy's got stories for days and Brett ads, the perfect color and perspective as somebody who grew up all around it, so let's get started episode. One hundred and thirty two is coming at you right now. Jimmy. Bread is so good to have guests both on the podcast. Let me start with you. It's been a little while since you and I got caught up, but you and Brett ed busted out with your own podcast called advantage connors Jimmy at this point in your life. You can do whatever the hell you want. Why did you want to jump into this space? And what are you looking to do with your platform Jimmy? Jim. Thanks for bringing that up I. It's I. I've always. Kinda wanted to to do something and on the radio or You know to have a voice and talk about tennis, and you know a lot of a lot of. Things that go on over the course of not only my day, but everybody's Day and And bread and I were sitting around I guess a bread. Correct me if I'm wrong I think it was during the Australian Open and all of a sudden, he says you know. Why don't we sit down and talk a little bit about you know? Gambling and which is started to come into tennis now a little bit and talk. Talk about the Australian Open and the odds and who thinks going to win. WHO's a dark horse? And you know so? We we kind of sat down and talked about it and filmed it a little bit and you know came up with You know a a pretty good project so You know it's fun. It's fun for me, but To do, but it's more fun than I get to do with Brad. and and He's on his own down in San in Santa Monica and and you know I. Don't get the same as much as I'd like. And this is of brought us together a little bit more and you know so I can know see him, and and also you know. Hear his views because you know his time around tennis with. His businesses in production and in for tennis and. He watches more tennis than anybody, so he kind of keeps me up the day. When I'm falling behind you, Brent, let me let me just jump in. Brian I gotta ask you because I want to know what it was like not only growing up with Jimmy Connors is your dad, but Illionis dossiers your godfather, because it sounds cool shit, was it? Oh Yeah I mean definitely cool. You know I. Think everybody knows those guys for all their antics on the court. And then the personality and the bad boy stuff, but you know to me growing up, he was just dad. He's just just my pops. And then that was just uncle nasty and I didn't even know why you know. His name was uncle nasty. That was a little bit older. but yeah man I mean it's just It was great I. I had a know kind of a privileged childhood growing up around all those guys able to travel and be a part of the tour. And have that during my upbringing and I think you know it's benefited me and my career and doing stuff in tennis production. You know being able to do this with POPs. It's been really cool just because you know he's. Kinda got the the old school on lockdown. And you know he knows all the old players, and the old styles and everything, and then I'm able to kind of you know, bring that. Bring the new school and a little bit of what's going on today I think it's a good mix, not love this Jimmy I want to I, don't want this loses point because I think that when you say what you said about Brad. I get this because. A couple of teenage sons right now and I literally can't wait until they're old enough for me to throw back a couple with them because I know it's going to be a great time now. The bread is a little bit older. What's it like to hang with him and then to collaborate on a project like this with your son? You know, hang on. I'm learning things. you know I'm I'm I've been kind of away for a while Jim and and you know to to get back into it and. You know get the feel of You know really a not not only just tennis, but you know the way things really are and and I I've kind of kept mostly to myself over the last number of years and enjoyed that, but you know hanging with Brad than you know. I I I'm I'm not afraid to say bridge forty, and and you know time a hey, that's okay, you know. Time has passed very quickly and. For me I I look back. And I was traveling an awful lot while he was growing up. And even though my family was able to come with me quite a bit I certainly did miss a little bit or along the way, and and so catching up and figure in a lot of things out you know from now from then until now has been great, but you know Brett is He's Modern Day and in more things than just tennis, and and You know to to sit down and into talk with him, and and to get his views, and you know, get a different perspective in a in a different understanding of you know the way a lot of things are, and so as you know, it's good for me because he keeps me up to date, and you know it's my mind sharp, and you know with being under quarantine. That's an important thing to try to find a way to keep busy and he certainly has kept me busy. I can tell the affinity in the love and respect. You guys have for each other. It's very obvious like Brett. One of my favorite topics is this. Notion of nature versus nurture like you said you had kind of a privileged upbringing POPs came up gritty e Saint Louis I'm kind of curious like your dad like Jimmy was running on some crazy rocket fuel his whole career like. If you could bottle that stuff, it'd be the best thing ever. Jimmy was so fierce I'm kind of curious we do you think that's nature or nurture for instance when you came out? We you hardwired the same way. How much of that breadth environment and culture like? Do you have that same fire in your gut that he did? Yeah I mean I definitely think I have some that in me. I'm super competitive anything. I do I. Mean I grew up playing golf and tennis when I was younger. But I think I'd have to say. Maybe it's a little more environment. You know what I mean I think as being around him and. Absorbing his way of attacking things and looking at things the way you know how hard he worked and hardy practice. You know I used to go train with them. When when he was in the off season, and I go run these hills with them, and I was nine ten eleven years old. You don't make it halfway up the hill and he just keeps going and leaves me and it does. You. Know so I. You know I think it's a little bit of both, but you know I think I picked up a lot of it just from being around him so much. I traveled a lot with them probably a lot more than most kids. My Age are able to, and you know I think some of the definitely rubbed off. Jimi you of course one hundred and nine events eight grand slams you a top ranked player in the world, but you've been really clear about this. The best weeks of your entire career involved a tournament that you didn't win. Of course that was the ninety one US Open for those who do not know or remember the extraordinary circumstances Jimmy of those two weeks. Why were they the most memorable of your career? I think most of the the one thing that that really stands out from those two weeks is is the noise that the crowd made? and and that's that's what I wanted. My whole career is that the fans would. Would get into it like that a hockey game or a baseball game or a football game or a basketball game, and just you know really really lose it and and get involved in and feel like they were down there playing and you know I played for over twenty years on on the tour, and even though I was striving to to to try to get that throughout the course of those years I never really figured that I found it in until those two weeks because the noise there was deafening. and you know whether they. You know liked me. They didn't like me. They wanted me to retire. They wanted me to stay around. You know the idea was that they were there and that they were they they could identify with with a guy that that truly loved what he did, and had the passion for it every time you walked out on the court and and was not afraid to show that. and and that that I think that caught on to the point where you know after after so many years. Of leaving my DNA out on that court, and and you know, and then you know my my line with that Jim. Is You know in new? York you leave your DNA there? They like that you know Wimbledon. They ask you to clean it up. Yeah, you know, and and but the new. York crowd and what they gave me and the. The the noise and the feeling of of of welcome that that they had given me because I had missed it the year before I had reconstructive surgery and didn't know if I was gonNA play ever play tennis again and and and the welcome that they gave me back in, and then the the the way they got behind me and pushed me. Because let's face it. I mean I should have been out in the first round. You, know if if it wasn't for that crowd, and and you know all along the way you know. They pushed me in the harder. They pushed me the more I wanted to play for them. So it was it was beyond a perfect match. You know throughout the course of my career, but those two weeks was. You know was perfection and speaking of the wrist surgery Jimmy. You may remember this. I'm sure you do breath, I don't know if you know this story but I, think as somebody in the media business breath I think. Maybe you relate to this on the way up when I was I was in Santa Barbara, because I went to UC Santa Barbara and Jimmy. I'm sure at that time you had no idea who I was because I was a young reporter on the way up, but we actually had a mutual friend. If you can believe this and mutual friend was A. A. Guy named Dr Rich Sheinberg, and he was the one that did the surgery on Jimmy's wrist and the reason I knew him was I knew another guy named Kim Olson. Did I used to play tennis with because I played tennis in high school in the valley. Brett so. We used to go to some of the mansions in Montecito. Because my Guy Olson owned an insurance company, and he tried to hustle business, so we would get on these courts with these rich guys, guys know sports is the great equalizer, right? These rich sucked and none of them could play lick. Tank all these matches Jimmy, so my guy could get business, but he would never get any business and we'd get our asses kicked. I'm like what are we doing? Here is the big time and Mike. I would say to me. Hey Man. Shut your mouth. We'll go to Harrys Plaza cafe. We'll get a couple of bloodies all pay for it. And this went on and on and on, and we never got anywhere. Point of the story is the DOC. Says to me one day, guys. He says Jim you know I did Jimmy Surgery and you know the DOC. He's kind of laid back and quiet on Mike. Are you kidding you you did? This was because there was no social media. This wasn't news and Jimmy. You're very private and I. I said that's amazing. He says to me. Would you like to interview him on Mike Yeah Yeah? That'd be great. You think he would do it. He was I think he would meet us at Santa. Barbara City College on the track. He's working Jimmy's Wargin so we did the interview. I mean like fun fact where my goal with this nowhere other than to say Jimmy. That's how you and I met initially, but that was he did your surgery now the doc the DOC said you at one point Jim. I need to have a conversation with you. What was the conversation with Sheinberg? You you mentioned that storage and I remember that story well and and. You know after I did that I I've been through a year of just nothing and I I couldn't play. My wrist was bad. I would sporadically go out and try to play a tournament and. You know I just you know I, wasn't myself? So if I wasn't myself I? Didn't really really WANNA play. As, so I wouldn't try to an event in Europe, and and got hammered and got on a plane and came back and I I remember calling doc and I said James! Doc said you know just just now working out. He says he says you're you're you're back home? And I said Yeah I'm back on me, says. You're seeing me tomorrow at nine o'clock. And I Jesus. Doctor just got home. He says you're finished. If you don't come in you, you. You can't play I, said you. You're not. You don't WanNa. Go play like that. You're not you're yourself. You're not blowing up your own expectations so I went in and and and he went in and. I went into see him. He went in my wrist and You know tried to find out what was wrong and and I I was awake while it well. The whole thing went on Jim I mean there was an incredible thing and. Talking to him, and and after after about an hour and twenty five minutes, he says I got a close now. You can't you can't. Your arm can't be like this any longer. He closed up and I'll never forget the words he said he says is GonNa. It's either going to work for for the rest of your life, or you'll be done in five minutes. And you know that's that was a little. A little heavy. And you know, but it was right, so I mean I I. I went home and and was depressed. you know was down, mean every. Is Out Training and playing tennis. And you know which was my job. which is what I wanted to do and You know so I I. Really didn't you know. Didn't figure out anything for for weeks. And until until doc dot finally knocked on my door because I know he'd been talking to my wife Patti. And and just you came in, and he says this is unacceptable, says get up, get out, and he says because at this works I'm not gonNA. Go in and take a chance on. You know doing all this having to be successful and you'll be out of shape. So you know I. got up and you know. We went over and and he started training with me. and. Got Me up every day and and You know work the into it and you know the the more the more I get it. The better shape I got into the more my mind got right and until. He finally told me after. Let's say I think it was like eight or nine weeks. He says he says I'M GONNA, change, your cast, and he says. I want you to go hit on a backboard. You know or have or have bret an Aubrey. Throw your balls like you know. When when I first began as a beginner, and and and that's the way I got back into it. It was. It was an incredible experience. I mean do what I wanna go through it again. Oh, I wasted a year and know everything else that that I had to go through to do that, but the experience to get me through there I. I knew then just how precious that time was. You know that the to give up a year especially at that age. You know I was in my late thirties thirty eight something like that then to have to give up a year then. You know was. Was a was a total waste. and and and to be able to go out and play again. I was not going to let that go by if I was able to play and and From the very first day. Dhabi out there I, send me on. My mind got straight, and I had one goal, and that goal was that if I could go, play was to to to make a make some noise at the US Open and You know played. The French had some success played. Wimbledon a little success, but you know once I got to the US Open? I felt. If you know if I could win a match or so I get stuck. Stuck in the tournament, maybe I could make a little noise and a little noise. You know came my way, which was which was pretty good. It's amazing. The thing I'm struck by with that story. Is that age thirty eight? Given what you'd already accomplished. You didn't need to do that. You didn't need to put yourself out there. You go through the pain Rehab the surgery, but then again. That's always been your entire life. Did exactly I was GONNA go there. Answer that for me. Why did you have to do that? Well I didn't want to be told to go. You know if I was GONNA. Leave I had to go out on my own terms, and and know that that I did everything I could to to get back into to try to be what I thought I could be. in if I wouldn't have had that surgery and I did just accepted that you know we're in kind of just kind of gone away with a whimper You know that wasn't my style. You know if I was going to go I. You know I had to go. You know trying everything to get back and and you know once Once I hit that I ball once I played that my first match coming back and I got hammered You know it was no, it wasn't a problem I. Wasn't there to you know to win? I was there to experiment You know to to to figure out if if I kept going and got a little stronger and what I had to do to. You know to make the risk better you know I. I was willing to try anything in at thirty eight. You know you look at that and you say you know you're not. And and but you know I live my life and played my tennis being nuts. And and there was no time to stop now because you know, my time was running out anyway and and to to have one last shot. You know it I'll never forget. When I, when I got the through one of those matches my my friend, nostalgia was watching and and He He came up afterwards and he says. And it's. Been, told many times, but he told me he says you got what everybody else wants Jimmy. And I didn't know what he meant. But but he says you. You've got one more chance, right and and. How. You know what he's saying that you know how how do I? How do I? Stop around that and say well I. It's you know. Give Up. No, there was no no give up. And then it was just let everything out and hope for the best never give up on your whole thing was. If it takes five hours seven hours ten hours, I'm leaving this court until they drag me off the court so all this work Jimmy and you set it up because you wanna make some noise in New York and you go to the US Open and. In a way drop Patrick McEnroe in the first round, giving your history and rivalry with John. That was kind of curious, but then all of a sudden and Jimmy again. You're the epitome of not dead can't quit, but then you suddenly down two sets to none to love two sets down three love and the third. What are you thinking in that moment I know you've never given up on anything. But truthfully. What were you thinking that moment well? You know! Things. Happen so quick that you know I all all I need. 'cause I wasn't playing bad tennis I was playing some pretty damn good tennis and. I it at that time just getting beaten. and so I figured that you know one one something has got the happen here to change this whole the whole momentum whether was. A shot or Fan or call or you know something was going to have to switch some of the momentum and know to be honest with you I wish I could remember. Go back and figure out what that was because I. Don't remember, but you know all the sudden. You know my my whole mindset, my whole attitude, my whole game changed. it because it had to. Because you know it'd being down that far I, mean it was you know doing what I was doing was not going to win that match. So once my you know, my game changed. I became a more aggressive. I became more confident in my shots I became. I became what I always was It's it's seems kinda crazy to say that, but but I finally found that feeling of what it was like to be me. and you know that you know if that wants that caught on then then I felt that just staying there and keep Ryan and you know I made a living off of being a grinder, and and you know got into it and got stuck into it and I got more confidence. You Know Patrick might have felt a little bit of the pressure coming his way and. You know I ended up coming out on top six four hundred V, but yeah, I mean it. It was a it was a story beginning to to Alaska would run, which led to the most amazing two weeks of your career at like bread Jimmy. Had sent you and your mom and your sister home. You guys were not there for that, so you're at home. Are you watching this? What were you thinking? We'll POPs was down two sets of Love Rio. Yeah Def definitely was watching Yeah, he'd send his home. The week before interesting story if you got a second, please. He played the Hamlet Cup. which was tournament that that happened a couple of weeks before the US Open. You, know one of the prelims and he won a couple round I can't remember what round was, but he I think he drew Stefan Edberg and like the quarters something like the quarters i. think that's right and he's. He's upset, and maybe even up a set break, and then all of a sudden. Stops doing what he's been doing the whole match. And, I'm like I'm looking. I'm like what the hell with what's going on. You know you know. He's been dominating Edberg top through through player at the time. And he ended up losing three sets, and then we're driving back in the in the limo back to the city New York. And I'm like what happened. You know had a separate go to made the semi done it out, and he's just sitting there almost with this kind of calm look on his face now like Kinda. Just telling me like it's okay, it's all good you know and now look back what he was doing. You know he was testing game. You know he was up in a break on top through player. You know in I think what he wanted to do is make sure the game was okay. You know, and then he didn't WanNa. Waste all the energy by making another round or make send me the finals you know. For the US, open you know so much of his. Year and a half before that had been focused on the US. And so he figured he'd had his game was an order. You know if he can get set and a break on the top three player. Then you know, he's definitely ready to play the US Open. So that always sticks out of my mind that you know two weeks before he was already thinking about you know this first round opponent see it's. It's a great story because Jimmy you never. That's the thing like I. Mean like any other great athlete. You're going to go out there and get hammered sometimes, but you were never not prepared I mean never ever not prepared. And I talked to Kurt Warner earlier today on my radio program and I think. Think. Both guys could really relate to this Jimmy. Especially you Kurt was talking about how he's loved. He loved the film work. He loved the mental game. He loved to think his way through a game and I know you love to think your way through around a Rod, a match and figure it out, if I were to ask you Jimmy. What was your strong tool? Then? Was it your game? Was it your mind or was it your heart? Yeah right right. Yeah, I I i. feel that the intangibles are one thing that you know especially in tennis. Don't get enough credit. You know if you look at the game you go out there. Everybody plays great tennis. They hit the ball well, and and but it's it's Those who have you know the the will the strong mind and the heart the guts and you know and and You know to to understand what it's like. When you get into situation, you know how to handle it out to go about it. You know. Don't waste your energy. Don't waste your time. Everything's done for a purpose and You know you asked me what was good. Certainly you know to to win tennis matches and especially Grand Slam tournaments which are two weeks so. You know playing three out of five sets. You've got to be doing everything well, playing the game and and and being a good mental state, but. If you if you leave out that that that intestinal fortitude, you know what you have inside that You can. That can never be let out left left off the table because you know when you got somebody who's got? That is willing to go out there and stay in play five six hours with you. No matter what you know, that wears on the other guy. Wearing on, you know what would wear on me, and and but I was prepared for it. And you know you know. I hate to give you a flip answer. Yeah was all three, but to especially at at you know getting later on in life and missing A. In my career and missing a year before I I had to to adjust. You know to go into that tournament if I was going to. Stay in play into the second week and I I did a few things very well. and was able to Bide my time well on the courts I became more aggressive and and didn't stay so much on the baseline, so I tried to get into the net a little bit more. But but. What I had inside. I wish I I. Wish I still had that in a lot of things. I missed that. and and and and I I WANNA. You know I I. Love the Rocky Movies Jim and you know anything that has to do with sports, but there was one line. In the last rocky. and he was gonNA just go in and and and I remember him saying he says. Sometimes I just can't breathe. Because because it's down there because you never really get get that out of your system. You know and and to you because you missed the. Training and you missed the travel. You missed the matches. You Miss the glory of the you know the getting hammered. You know you missile that you know it, and sometimes in in unless you are lucky and and I have been very lucky because I was able to to play you know until I was fifty so I, got it all out of my system, but if I wouldn't have been able to come back and play after that Ritz rich surgery I would have had that in me. that. I can't breathe because I wouldn't have gotten it out of my system. And never know I. Go back to that line because it's true and and and To have that in a movie because usually wouldn't hear that from somebody unless they were one of the guys out there doing the grinded in playing and being one of the players, but it was in a movie, and I've never heard anybody. Say it that way, but but I. I with that because it's a you know walking away from something that you put your you know your. Put your whole life into and and your whole being to try to be the best something in all the sudden it comes to an end, and and you know sometimes that stuff to take, and and a lot of a lot of these young athletes today. I hope they understand that you know this could be over in the blink of an eye also. That things happen and You know so appreciate every day and and work at it every day and get your best every day because when it's over, it's over and there's no. There's no going back and saying I wish I could take that again. So. You have to live with that and and my my My what else I. Don't have one what if and that and that's pretty good for my mental state lots amazing. What a powerful message! So Brett you ultimately picked golf over tennis. So, what was it like playing golf? With Your Dad on the way up. And what was it like the first time you beat him on the golf course. yeah, well I mean I. I played tennis you know till I was about thirteen fourteen and I tried to play both sports for a year in high school. It was too much. So, I definitely better golf. With Golf and you know. He took me every day. Pick me up from school. You know once you know. Once. He was little. When he was done on tour and we hit balls and then play nine holes before dinner. You know and he would always beat me. beat me! beat me and. I can't remember how old I was. Maybe fourteen something like that. You know and I finally beat him and. You know part of me was excited. The part of it was almost like you know. Oh, you know. You Know I. Beat them all now gonNA kill sad or something like that and you know. I looked over, and you know he was more proud of my accomplishment than I was. You know so that just seemed like something that you know wasn't instilled from him from his mom I. Think she was probably similar when she taught him this and Kinda had the same story with him when he her the first time. It didn't take him long to beat me. He's a little modest gem. It didn't take him long. He's you know. He learned right from the very beginning and you took took the lessons and you know had had everything from the basics down. And learned it the right way, and and there's there's no substitute for that You know it was like you know tennis. I got the good basics early. And then you GonNa, go on and spread your wings wings and do other. And move on and try to become better, and that's exactly what he did, and and You know all all through high school. He got nothing better than it was fun. You know when he'd take me along with him. Saying come on out and play with me once in a while Dad, and then you know it was kind of fun for him. Still Tag me along and get in the games, but he. He had a good game from the beginning, but you know he also you know had had talent in tennis, too. You know he was a good athlete he was. You know it was a good basketball. Player and play tennis, play, Golf, and a good athlete, and and you know when when he didn't pick tennis that that wasn't a problem for me because I wasn't going to force him into that. You know it's a know as as a tough enough game. You know he didn't have to live up to. You. Know what what what he would think. My expectations were of him, but even more important. You know the the world's expectations of email that would that would be unfair. You know so. When he went to Golf I was actually Kinda happy about that, and and in proud of him for picking his own way I. Get i. i. think that bothered me a lot more. When I was younger, you know the tennis aspect and trying to live up to his name, and the probably helps. Push me into the Gulf War you know Kinda gave me my own things to You know to have his mind. You. Know I look back at the Times. You know those early days where we're both learning how to play is some of the time in my life. Just because you know spending hours at the quarter trying this videotaping each other swing and going home, you know watching it on slow mo on the old. Recorders and Stuff like that was great. You want to be your own guy to be sure and I know you're proud of your dad. Obviously but I. I remember growing up in southern. California and you know that that's a hotbed for tennis I. Remember That Junior tournaments I can only imagine obviously the bullseye that must have been on your back is Jimmy Connors. Kid coming up in the ranks right playing junior tennis I'm you probably ensure way from you probably went after it, but that would wear you down where anybody down. Yeah I, mean I think you know I think when I was younger, I was a little too sensitive to it. Almost where I would put too much pressure on myself and get to you know someone beat me. It'd be like you know you. Didn't. You didn't eat my dad. beat me. I Shit, compared to or anything compared to him. But you know I think frustrated me earlier, but I still use that you know competitive drive and and everything. He instilled in me. You know as a kid growing up you know in my golf game and know I played throughout high school, and I played a played a little bit in college and. Try and still get out there and hustle the old man once in a while. Good, and do you get over? Does that work? Well, I don't know you know you gotta ask him. What his Andy CAPP is from day to day. It seems to fluctuate. Got To. I, play against too many bandits out here through the. Right guys, you guys hit Sandpiper. What were you playing these days Jim? The some of the courses are open up here. the Montecito Country Club is is not open in and and the gentleman that owns that club also and Sandpiper in Rancho. San. Marco so the those courses aren't open, but a number of the other courses are open now, so we get out, get out and play. I try to play a day maybe to a week. If I can which is good, but you know by I I i. enjoy the, Jim. It's a it's. It's It's a good replacement. But it's it's not tennis. You know to me I mean I. It's I mean you know my my heart, my love? My everything is still to that game and and to. You know and you know somebody else me the other day. Do you miss it and you know I my only answer to that is every day. I missed. Miss Everything about it. I missed the travel and this. The practice I missed the training. You know most of all I missed the matches, but you know time has certainly caught up with me many years ago, but but it's it's just that feeling of of of still thinking that that hey, give me half shod and let me go out and try it again. You know that this kind of fun to to think about or talk about once in a while, but I. certainly don't Harp on it. You know my past is my past and. I loved it and I lived at in and every day that I played it but you know it is my past and I have you know have such a great family, and and you know my life now is You know every Sunday I told my. Tell my my mom and my grandma, and my GRANDPA and my dad I I i. thank him for this life. They've given me. And and so I'm such a such a lucky guy, such a lucky guy hit so amazing Jimmy whenever I talked athletes about woody, miss most inevitably, though say the Camaraderie, the Camaraderie, the Fellas, but these are guys from team sports right? This is so different like I'm really curious for instance like in that fourth round of the open. You play Christine, another famous famous famous match. You guys were good friends. You guys were tight, but the world's different like I'm curious when you watched the last dance with Jordan Jordan and you could see that this guy did not want to connect with. Fratton is with the opposition. He wanted to rip their throats out. This is the way it was when you played in the research. Amazing rivalries, but that's not say the friends. When you were tight with vetus, you retire with the Stasi Creek Steamer France. How did you approach that? Could you fraternize with those guys or was it all business all the time? No, it wasn't all business all the time I mean do it. Was You know when? When it was on the court, it certainly was you know and you know I. I will tell you the story of of nostalgie. He was such a such my best friend from from day one. He really took me under his wing and and We were under the same manager. Bill reardon at the time and so he took me and and in really showed me the ropes at a young age. You know good ropes and bedrooms. which was Latin, but you the first I don't know I I think I wanNA. Say Ten Times that we played. He beat me. And and the reason being it was because. I was too good a friend or he was too good a friend to me you know, and and at that time. I was young and I couldn't separate the two he could I couldn't. You know so I remember one you know going home and I just lost in the stars, and my mom said you know you you better beat him, or you're gonNA. Lose him as a friend. You know because he's GonNa. Lose respect for you. And and that was that that got into my head so quick that that I said you know you're right. And from that time on I think we became better friends. You know when I when I started beating. but but I say that. Only because from that point on you know once. I walked onto the court. It was all business. I could. I could let loose a little bit after the you know to get away from it and all that. But when I when I was in it I was in it, and and and and I wasn't going to. Ever screw up, and and even though I did a few times I couldn't afford to because. Too many people invested too much in me. my mom my grandmom GRANDPA. My Dad Pancho Segura my wife Patti. My two kids. You know I I couldn't I couldn't afford to. Screw up to the point of of never giving it my all because you know, they didn't invest the money in me. It wasn't the money. You know it was You know the love and the care and you know the the allowance to me and go into to take care of my business. and so yeah, once once I walked onto that court. You know I was a different guy. There's no doubt about it and and You know I I i. like that I I'd love that attitude in me and and and I miss that because you know I'm I'm older now and I don't have that release. So, I. Don't have that, but I certainly missed that every day I mean. Jimmy was so much more than money. They invested your your mom. Your grandma, your father, your grandma, the invested so much more than just money like life their life life I'm new move to southern. California to train with the right coach went to Ucla National Championship as a freshman like you mentioned your mom. Your mom famously taught you to play. She taught Brett to play. Like what was your mom like? Well, have you she? You know she was you know the? She handled me my whole career. Really and so you know she was You know a woman dealing with men in in a in a man's game. You know to you know to deal in that back then. That was pretty unacceptable. You know so you know she? She was beyond gentle beyond kind. but on at the same time she was tough. And but she knew when to be tough, and I. Don't mean just on on me and playing tennis. I mean I in you know in everyday life I mean you know she was not one she? She was five foot at the best one hundred and five pounds at best, but you know she wasn't GonNa. Take anything from anybody. And you know from from my standpoint. I think I learned an awful lot just watching her. You know the way. She handled her students when she would teach him The way she dealt with people the way you know, she was around the game of tennis and then the way she was when she wasn't around tennis, and so she and and my grandmother. All of my grandfather, my dad, you know what I picked up from from. All of them was was instilled in me and and You know to to say that that D- just to say that well, you know my mom was tough. She was a stage door, mom, she was none of that or are. She was all of that. You know it's just A. It's a matter of how you looked at it and. And felt about it, but I am going to say this gym that she was from me one hundred. Ten percent. You know no matter what you know that that that that she was for me, and once I got out there and and was was having a chance to make it. She let that be known. And and people didn't like that. You. Know they they didn't want to hear that. You know that that she was so far me like that, so you know she got the well. She never made it, so it's more important for a son to make it now. She was none of that. She made it on her own, but but she instilled in me. You know the the what what that what she meant to me of that loyalty that that she had towards me, was something. That was you know you you? You could never get in between now. Fascinated by that Brent I want to ask about the podcast on one second just one quick follow and believe me I could do this all day long. I'M GONNA. GonNa wrap it up so I don't do this all day long, but Jimmy in a sense like I totally accept that and believe that embrace that she was not living vicariously through you. She had a life your extremely important to her, and she gave you everything she had I wonder it must have been so hard for her to watch you play. Did you finally get a sense of what it must have been like for her? When you yourself started to coach? She called me more every day when I was going. With Andy, you know. What would you tell him now I think if you did this telling you. Would help you know. Did you think of this you know? Maybe we should. I'll call you later. She! She was as involved. From a distance as she could be, and and Andy Success that he had along the way we were together. She loved it. She. She kinda live through that a little bit because she. She has gotten housebound, so she got to. You know to to know what it was like to almost. Be Their only on the television again and and she was, she was so happy because two people in the world that love tennis. Was My mom punch girl? They would watch tennis nonstop. They would talk tennis nonstop and anytime. You know you give them a chance, they they'd been Jerry. You're on it and that was a you know I I knew. Then what? It was what it was like when she watched me because when I was coaching and I want I. Think I was in the stands wanting wanting him to win more than he wanted to win. Sure and it was just that was that was my nature, and and and he made me proud so many times it was It was a fun couple years that we have it in the family. The whole family threat the thing I like so much guys. Guys and I've never spoken to your mother. I never met her mother. You could tell that the missing sound, and not we flip, but it's a no haters zone you guys are. There's nothing weird you guys are. It's pure unadulterated love. You're pulling for each other. Nobody's better than the other family. This is blood like and it brings me back to the whole original thing that. That, you get to do this project together like bread I. Think probably not a big deal to you because you grew up with it, you're in the business is always been like this, but the fact that you guys pulled. Mike Tyson as your first guest is something. I've done this for thirty years. This is not an easy to get to. This is not an easy gotTA. GotTa turn around, and he certainly and I've had my moments where Mike some good and some terrifying. He's not the easiest gotta be with. Either when you get good Mike, it's it's amazing. Mike is like the most charismatic guy, but if not the best way, look the hell out Brett. What was it like to be with an interview? Mike for your first guest on the podcast. Yeah. It was It was pretty epic. Dude I mean it was I've always been a fan. Love the guy you know growing up watching him play and fight. You know and then CNN kind of have some troubles in life and then pick himself back up in You know seeing them build themselves away way. The way is now he's you know he's back up on top almost It was a little intimidating at first. Because you know, it's the first time I've interviewed anybody that was you know I've done some stuff and my job, but never. Never real hard hitting questions, you know. Usually it's more. Fluff than you know we. We've little softballs that you. You know you lob the guy, but he was open to anything I mean you know ten or fifteen minutes into the end of the interview. He was tearing up. And you know we're talking about family and then ego, and just you know he might be one of the most interesting guys in the world, but it was. It was awesome. I mean Jimmy. You're a world class athlete, Jimmy you know what makes guys take what makes guys go? How Eager Jimmy were you to sit down with Mike? And how'd that go for you? Have you? Brought up the storage I'm I was playing tennis in Europe. and he was fighting and and they. They tape the the fight for me so that I could instead of staying up until two or three in the morning. That I could I could get up the next day and watch it. I mean you know He. He's the kind of guy you know for me. I mean I I. Love Alley I love Frazier and you know. Sugar Ray, Leonard and Tommy hearns and. Marvin Hagler I. I got to see so many of the greats fight. and over the course of the years. But Tyson was a was a different breed different character He walked in the ring. He had a you know shorts on shoes on a torn towel over his neck, and and and he was no frills. He just he just wanted to get down to business. And I love that you know he I asked him I said Do you study you know because I I never really studied my opponents I just took my game out there and. That work that was good or try to adjust, but he says I study know before I walk out. There was walking out. I'm looking at one last thing always so I know exactly what I'm GonNa do you know an end to hear that from? You know from the champ. You know and you walk in and you're. You're expecting. You know somebody that's you know six six and two sixty or whatever he's not. He's five ten five eleven, but you know he's a truck. Use a tank is just gonNa come at you and just give you everything that he has. You know from from the minute that Bell Rings. That to me. I mean that's that's. That's my Kinda Guy. You know that you know that it's like an adult and tennis, and and you know Tyson in boxing where you go out there, and you're going to have to bury the guy to get him off there. And and he was, he was fun to watch man man, but the to talk to him, and Brett said it right He. He has one interesting guy and and You know to do a picked himself up and you know and got back in the game like he has an and become. You know just as probably just as popular if not more than than it was back, then she said you know what a story that is and you know nothing but the best smart. Jimmy One last operate. Want to make sure that everybody knows how to find the podcast and where to find you on social. Ask you that in one second. Brett Jimmy to your point about Mike, saying when you ask them. Did you study? How did you prepare I? Remember that era very clearly and Mike. Jimmy had so many guys beat before they step through the ropes because he was so terrifying and he was so intimidating Tennessee, so unusual Jimmy like, did you? Could you win matches in the locker room before you took the court? Were you able to intimidate guys and getting their heads before you even play them down, but it was unintentional Jim. Yeah, come on, come on. Tell me do. You know that that that wasn't allowed in tennis. Come on! Shorts I. Choose. You know you know the tennis. Tennis Changed Gem. Tennis changed in the seventies in the eighties. It went. It went from a country club sport and you know I mean every everybody That love the game you know. She seems to be a part of that. They you know we we were losing. You know the Real Sports Fan. we plan in front of five thousand people was great. Great Fans and all that, but you know we needed you know the hockey fans, and and I've talked about this many times to to to build tennis to to where it has become now and they they weren't. The those fans weren't gonNA. Put up with guys hitting tennis balls. You know and and granted we were. We were the wild west back then there were no rules really, and and did we step over the line? Sure we did, but you know it was. But we had to. You know we. We had to to try to get the tennis on a different level. In the guys that that I came up with and the way they handled it handled it, and you know the charisma and the characters, and the excitement that the that the brought to the game and their own way. forget just the tennis, but even you know just just as much vitas off off the court life was just as important as the way played is tennis. And that and that's and that's what sold. That's what was selling. You know not just the Tennessee you know you want to know. Where did he go to studio fifty four after he's just one five hundred match at the US Open. You know people wanted to know that because we we were real people. We were real we were them. You know. Down on the court. You know playing for them. That's and I think that's what What caught on for tennis in the seventies and eighties that that that they that they felt like they were off down there playing, and and you know what a fit. The personality man get it out of the country club gave us some personality. Give us some rivalries. It was so awesome like I got tired of asking the question of like. What do we do how we get back? Is Technology to guys have played the Jack Kramer's and go back to the wooden rackets. Is it just too much? Sir Volley Point Survi- point. Where's the personality like Jimmy? What was it like to have vetus with you in that? Run at the US Open in ninety one well I have you know he was a good? Let for me because he was doing the TV. So I had a a you know I'll always felt that I had a friend up there in the booth and I could talk. Even though I wasn't getting an answer back, but I. Could you know Kinda quit? Say a few little quips to him and and you know kind of relieve a little bit of attention you know, but the you know to to go through that and and. Vitas traveled with me for a couple of years even before that US Open and We went to Europe. We play doubles at the French together and then after after that, he played the senior tour with me for a couple years and before his passing, and he was, he was the the ultimate. for me, anyway, he he was the ultimate. Not only player, but but For the cocktail parties, and and the pro-ams and and His, his wife, he was the Guy Right. There was nobody better I mean he he would walk in and and he'd be a part of everything right away. and he was I I miss him every day to. It's funny I mean I'll say that about a Lotta people, but but his personality in in what he brought the tennis and then everything else that. that he got around was was pretty special. One thought about Vita like it. It's easy to get caught up in him. Being the guy in the look and the hair break, he could play now like Vitas is number four right in the world he could play. Yeah he won. He will better. You know more than I, but he won an open. Australia was in the finals of the. French is in the finals the open. Semifinals a Wimbledon Davis Cup. I mean he's he's had a a hall of fame career, and he's not in the hall of fame. Come on you. Guys in there with a lot less you know that are that are in the hall of fame. And, not to have Peterson there is is is. It Brett I normally. Don't keep guys this long and you guys are now in this game. You know how this goes, but that's how much fun that was and I so appreciated. British people want to find the podcast. Where do they go to find it? And if they WANNA find you guys on social where they go to find you guys on social? Yeah, we're available and all. Although the major podcast platforms, apple podcasts by Google podcast Yeah on twitter you can follow at. Connors and instagram all you can spell it all out advantage, connors and we have a youtube channel advantage connors, so you can fall all their check out the podcast and give us a feedback. We'd love to hear from you guys. I love that. So how is your photography business? It's good man. It's It's tough right now. Just not being able to travel and do so much, but you know I still I. Still Get out there. You know I I love love taking pictures and on my door. I got thrown and I fly that around when I when I get a chance and you know it's fun I. Love Doing it. It's and if I could make a little money on the side, due to very or blast, Jimmy that was so fun I again. I didn't mean take some time, but it was so great to get caught up. Greats meet Brenton. have him on the program Jimmy. That was so much fun. Appreciate you, too. That was great. Thanks so much, guys, thanks! Cutie. My thanks to the Connors Jimmy and Brett, both what amazing conversation that was that was an absolute blast and make sure you find their podcast advantage connors wherever you get your podcasts. Hit them up on twitter. Let them know what you thought what you just heard I'm back next week with another episode like I. Always Am so make sure you get subscribed right now until then here or your coveted voicemails, I knew message. Dad Fears African American male gets together with small hassle, but as long beach where he was one of the only black person there they get together. They had a brunch last year and to make a long story short. The homeowner had to take off. 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Beethoven's were notable music makers breakdown stories accompanied by songs and melodies, documenting growth through their ten thousand, our journey and me. My name is cello your host. Before, you check out this episode of bedroom, Beethoven's hi I'm in my podcast. The motion is about the intriguing world of copyright, lawsuits, music, history and entertainment law. Have you ever wondered about what happened with the blurred lines lawsuit? And how Marvin Gay's state won that case against Robin, Thicke and Ferrall, or what's going on with Taylor Swiss rights to her songs Masters from Scooter Braun. How much do artists actually earned from streaming platforms on this show? We'll be taking a closer look. Look at those topics in the entertainment. Industry will find out how the outcomes of trials and settlements can modify laws and standards, and how those changes could affect the future for artists and audiences alike we'll also get into definitions of legal terms, delve into details of record deals and a lot more. If you enjoy going behind the scenes of entertainment lawsuits in pop culture, listen and subscribe to the motion wherever you get your podcast and let me tell you a story about copyright. A bedroom Beethoven. It. Hey everybody welcome to episode of the PODCAST My guest this week is. Own. Name is cameron hosting, but I go by CAM. I've. Produced for. Chester episode off PREUSSEN WITH HIM IN Chicago and? Then that that spread to more Chicago hardest like. Named Saba. Emit Jenkins. And Snow. In Jayco Kendrick Lamar Mo- somebody, but that's that's a good young but it. Does massive it's. My pillow and they. Said I need some some about the. Snacking. Long, hair. Like with Jackson. started. Cried as? Africa. Over the last five years, grammy winning producer Cam Obe has influenced the direction of Chicago's hip more than anyone at least anyone that I can think of. It's almost unfair that this guy can only produce the most phenomenal beats, but also lay down some killer hooks in verses, and as we talk quickly realized we're both grown ASS. Kids as we reminisce about old Disney films new Disney Films Video Games suburban Life School quitting your job the following your dreams. If there was ever an inspiring story, it's all. All within the pages of story and I am pleased to present a few chapters of that book to you as we dive into the ten thousand hours of his work ethic, which leads to his new album. Before we get to that though I just want to say, may's my favorite of the year. In fact, it's my birthday and the boss man Jay fifty seven. Has Jamile Gang this week? I mean the air smells better. I just think that you know where rebounding a bit from social isolation, right? But either way, let's put some good vibes in the air visit bedroom Beethoven's dot com there you'll find all the episodes social media channels, and if you want to support, you can rate Communist. Subscribe on all the places you get podcast with spotify or apple podcasts tune in cashbox pocket cast. It does not matter, but going to patriotdepot dot com slash. Bedouin Beethoven's does matter because in order to keep food on the table and keep the show ad free. It's a great intersection of both as you can donate a few bucks to the show, and in return you get access to early episodes, stickers merchant more. And my undying gratitude. But without further ado episodes sixty six is creeping its way into your headphones car, Speakers and Bluetooth Cammo will be stopped by the podcast shed light on this crazy thing. We call life. Enjoy. Good afternoon, good afternoon, Cham how are you doing? I'm good man, I'm good been A. Man Things left. In the world, and how are you holding on this whole isolation social distancing? You hang in there doing the best that I can actually. The, making the best of it, you know. I've cut like a nice stride lately in life, but also creatively. And it's. It's really got me thinking about just creativity in art on and the purpose of art as a whole to rethink all of that productivity. How glad of might hear that? Because I thought you would be up your old world of warcraft account and just wasting time I. I mean I've been doing so. I have it was. It's been fun because I haven't even. Man This is Asia mythology I haven't played in years I. Don't WanNa play again. I've been listening to video game soundtracks all morning. Thanks to you! Listen to Bob Remain Heroes Contracts Man I just forgot how much of a jam that stuff is. Oh, well. Yeah, they had you know I was into. I just kinda did a slight comb. Over some of your old news and I was like man me and him. He's like one hundred times more talented than me, but he. Said I was GONNA. Ask you so you're into video games. I'm definitely into it and you know what since I've been doing this podcast? I've I would say half the people I interview. Credit streets of rage two as like their inspiration for even getting 'em PC C.. WHOA, really day and generation are they come thirty, one, eighty, nine I like the same age as me to about the same so like Brandon early star, joy, bad ass, and the whole pro era that was often streets of rage two. They were just smoking playing video games in college and now. We love the stuff and making music. You gotta listen to that because. I know brandon the. He's he's a good dude. He showed me around. He showed us the train in. New York when I visited. I think my vision of this podcast was Kinda. How you discovered Connie from twenty year old. Xl magazine like I want people to go through my guest list, and maybe they'll find a producer older young. That has an interesting stories. They never heard before the same formula. You know, hell? Yeah I, feel that Yeah, that's so cool. That's so cool and I'm glad to be able to to provide that for somebody out there if you're if you're up, do you? Do you have Disney plus by any chance you know my sister does so I use her account but I watched Dumbo the other day. Did you watch the three Cavallero? Yes. How. Did ever met. I if you like the film, check out the legend of the three boroughs. It's also a Disney plasma recommended. I didn't even know it exists. So. Okay I'm definitely GonNa because you know the company. Also when I was a kid man, I used to watch that. Like on Vhs, religiously like all the time, and it was so interesting I. Don't know. I just loved it. Man Like it was so amazing, and I watched a request. Don't between sixteen, so that was like four years ago. in addition to all the feelings that I had as a kid coming back when I was watching it. which is all like a crazy thing watching stuff from your childhood, but? I realized how. Damn trippy that. That movie was. Out like. Crazy was in psychedelic. Inches wacky was. In, but so cool still and it's. It's like anime. In the eighties. He was just there wasn't a blueprint for so they could just be as crazy as they wanted to be. With the narrative and the animation, and every day is Egli dance I'm definitely gonNA. Look at that the. I'm putting you on some stuff you put you put me onto something, man. I watched this interview, did and you? You came across. This album called Sky Islands. And I was like that album has one of my favorite deejay premier samples of all time. It was called pitch-black, black? Black over relies, over Pitch Black Maria. Pitch Black lives. One of. My God like. Like who's GonNa put Marley Mall sample with with a sky islands and the ancient source sample. I mean it's it's insane. Right? I know. Yeah Premiere man like it's crazy. 'cause autos hip hop records. That one particular. by a Z. Song by as e I think is produced by premiere. Who who's the format? Yes, the format. Dude, we're kindred spirits right now. Yes though that beat, so that be and the pitch black be. The is already be and Diddy Bob no-name. To me like they all draw from the same. Palette of the same. Kind of Texas seems sort of. World in an welcome New York City Cameron. It's like there's something about those. If you're like if you're feeling it the similarity between those for songs, but that sound that is in the former filling us in the format, and in all real like inspire me tremendously in like. And it's also in that Sky Islands sample that a that a Caldera simple. Ancient source it's in there and a lot of jazz fusion records in like I. is also in video game music because a lot of music is very jazz fusion esque like Hedgehog. Green Hill Zone. Like Barrowman's sixty four, which is to me? The Best Bam game ever made. It's a tragedy because they never made another one like that since never made another one like for it either it was. It's the only game of its kind. That exists and the music is insane. and. There's this common thread through all of those all of that music to me. Yeah I never thought we would love Cameron in their two thousand and four, I was in college and I. Remember had a nineteen eighty nine Honda accord with four fifteen in the trunk. Because that's just what you did. In two thousand four right and Cameron's purple haze came out, and those are track on. They're called Killa Cam. Do you remember that Song Yeah? Yet. The Bass in that song hits so obnoxiously. Crack my back windshield. Purple Haze to just came out. I'm not really big on sequels, but I don't know. What was your take on it? I didn't even know I didn't even know probably came last year. was of comeback and I. Think a lot of Oji rappers. They do that when they want to revisit the well or become relevant, they'll just slap on a to to their old records law on it. Yeah, and I and I don't like the sequels, either because of the fact that like sometimes you can get away with it. Sometimes it can work, but like it's usually a branding thing, so had nothing to do with the music and the energy in the VIBE. That was there the first around. They just are like taking the brand. Identity brand the strength of the brand from the original thing. And then slapping the to on it so that they can use the brand to bring to bring the same audience it would. It would be I hate. People do that because it plays our emotions as. As fans of music because we know like you said we're tied to the memories and and the feeling of that of that classic. In, so you kind of playing with us like I'm doing another one doing it again. But you're not really doing it again, you just. You just put it in that package again. You know one of the first ten minutes we've already talked about like animation and Video Games and music. Your sister, though was the one that you on musically, but she's not. I would say she's. She's for lack of a more Vanessa. She's more than you. She's yes creative and and visually imaginative. Is You correct? Yeah, you know it's funny. I think she is the way she expresses herself. Is this, you wouldn't know that you know. I'm I kinda like 'em more the. I kind of have this I. Guess Image when people. Meet me who soon as this nerd? You know this created all like most people when they see me to ask your an artist on. Like and I'm like damn is really that allow. Me But. But with my sister is is not as obvious but. I get all of this like a lot of that from her. You know m older brother to motor. Brother was always that to me to like grown up, and he was sorta like my sister, but a little bit more Nerdy, but you know he was out. Running the streets. He was like a her genius. archetype, this architect by made you know young has archetypes. Have the have this one archetype that that that I made based on my life experience, this type of person I call hood genius in its people I meet. That met life who are from the from the ghetto who are hood who do things? Like sell drugs and shit. But should the with the hood who live in? But at the same time there's something about like culturally. They are also like They're exposed to all these other non hood things. And like they're also like they're usually very much into anime. There's very. Hyper intelligent philosophical stuff that was like my big brother and an athlete. like like very good sports can probably draw their ass off, really good at playing an instrument or some sort of creative thing like that, but also. Know we also like is in a gang. You know yeah. I like that it's just like your parents. I have three kids, and they've all spiderweb into very different human beings all from the product of your environment, because when I think of Vegas obviously people's. Reactions thing about the strip. People don't know that there's a hood in Vegas. There's there's real life. There really is an and I'm one of six actually as a big family. And I'm on a credit your older sister to with. With listening to the Neptune's before, people were listening to the Neptune's Alia. Might be. It was a big music fan man like. Nan like she was a real big music fan, and she she has so. She had it all and she was listening to the music. You know for the pure love of the music you know the s w v. when this feeling was her jam, she put that on. That was her cleaning music. Too, but they don't repeat it. I remember like. Plan I? Remember sitting down the hallway. Listening to that song on repeat, which was produced before they were like a big name, and I love that song, but it just something here to song. Bring back that memory me. Her plane I repeat missing in the hallway. Playing with these goals Glowna, dark mega blocks which are like. Oh, those are blue legos weren't the I remember those. I remember those. We, where are you from? I'm from central Texas near Austin. I'm not too far. Texas is a big state. Yeah I it is. I've got family in East Texas. On my big brother lives in damn. It isn't Kaleen now. Oh, my God. I live in Coleen. What's up owing? Lean. Right. Right I think he lives there. I. Don't know if he's there somewhere I remember. He was back hoping to places in one of them so I grew up in colleen. My whole life Dan has crazy. Here's what's even crazier. The Neptune's didn't produce that day. Co produced it and. The guy that co produced it. His name was David. Nick turn I think he's like he's seventy years old now he's so he's working with a with a twenty year old ferrall and he went on, and and he got nominated for ten daytime Emmys for his work on soap operas, and nobody knows with guys. Oh! Hell, yeah, that's so interesting. He's the guys last night and I see H. T. E. R. N.. He's working with a ferrall. WHO's barely drinking age at the time and you can leave commercial music and reinvent yourself as a musical director on one life to live. That's so crazy 'cause you know. Makes me, think because that song uses a sample. It makes me wonder if he. Had any part in that business sample. I would imagine that he had i. mean because this guy was fifty at the time in frail was twenty I imagine that He. Probably was mentoring him, and because when I listened to that song. It doesn't really sound like Commercial Neptune's yet. It seems like they're still trying to the rump Shaker days. Yes, yes, it is like 'cause. Yeah! early nineties like I'm okay okay I'm looking. That song that Sample Oasis by Maria Dr Written by David, Nick turn thirty girl, so I mean if I'm GonNa compare that to you. It'd be like Oh yeah this cam, the cocoa butter kisses guy, but now he rap sings, April, he produces his own albums, which is a creative leap, a lot of producers, either can't take or won't take. You're right. You're right, man that is such a crazy thing for me to cause to take that leap like you said a lot of either can't take it or won't take it and for me. It was for a long time. It was luther, both, but it was like the the former more so than anything I always wanted to. But I was so afraid that I couldn't so I didn't for a long time. You know 'cause I was just like. I was putting myself in this in this box. I was done in myself down. I didn't realize it, but I was like. You know I'm just a producer. That's all I do I'm just I just make beats and help other people get their vision, and like I was telling myself that in which is a crazy thing about identity densify cels in things like that, but just stop them this label a producer on myself, not even really knowing really what that is all the way, but yet doing that kind of kept me in that box. For good for good reason, though because a long spent a it led me to. Really like go deep into being a producer and get really good at that you know and. I started I was eleven and I've been doing that since then I'm thirty now so like. Nearly twenty years, but in the process there was more that was coming to me than just. The duties of music producer in an anomaly that like being studio artists. And I'm not just making the beat. On just I don't I I never really. Sent beats the people my whole life I I would do it sometimes, but I really come alive when I'm in the room which you, we're building a song coming up with the concept coming up with the lyrics you know coming up with the vocal melodies you know. I'm given a lot of rappers. Rap Flows. You know because like they're writing in man I'm trying to figure. How's IT and I'm and I'm like I got some I'll just like gibberish. Averse. And they'll take by parts from it that they like him incorporated diversity. I was I was doing it for a long time so I guess it was always in me to be able to to do more than just make the be. Does that limiting? It seems like you don't make one hundred beats and let people choose your Mo to craft beats like you said with people in the studio. You say is limiting I. Mean you could make five beats a day and sell it for a thousand a piece, but instead I mean because. You can say you produce for Kendrick Lamar even if he jumps on one of your productions, and you don't find out until the song is done, it doesn't matter. That's going on my resume I. don't care is Agley absolutely. You know 'cause I gotTA. You know I got a? I got a so. Go myself we are in America. Would, but I would say. It's interesting because. Man I'm so happy that I'm able to I got in to the to the industry in a very non-conditional, because I came up like my first big break was just rapper in Vic Mensa like that movement basically. Being one of the architects for that whole Chicago Sound, they were calling it at the time I in it. It was just making records making just having fun making songs with these local artists wide just met. I'd never adding growth in Chicago. Went out there and twenty twelve. Took a made a fateful decision to quit my job. Go out there only knew one person working out of studio. In living at his studio and did I meet. A VIC Mensa within that month, and then from there, everything just blew up on the Internet, but so I got in in a very unconventional way, but it's interesting because of the way that I got in I got in doing away. I WanNa, do them? So as I started to transition into the music industry tried to like. Continue, that tradition. That way working when I'm like meeting with major labels and it's funny. Because I would ask them. They would wanna get me in a in a session with one of the artists like I remember One of the NR'S AT A. Things Advice. He was vice president at the time at Atlantic records. He had told me. That after chance blew up and everything and I'm meeting. These guys told me that. Hey, yeah, so we've got these artists. Atlantic that are looking for records like you know you mentioned like what's Khalifa. Bruno Mars CEELO green and I was like. He was in some beasts. Send US Americans and I was like. Can I get in the studio with them and like make? You know makes them from scratch. That's how I did it with Janssen. and. They were like he was like so not about that news I own like he told me basically. I gotta be like for real in the sense of like I gotTa have his already. On the billboard in order to do that. And I remember that being like very disappointing. For me. And also very that like that was like me. Discovering with the industry was all about it was not about music to me, and so I was like okay. but it's funny. I I I. I. Did anyway every time I did did it that way? Nothing ever got placed like a lot of those songs I made. Those guys ended up using from Ireland album, but I ended up eventually getting things my way when Cole at a hit me up directly because he had heard something I did. a beat I. Differ Artists boss. and. he asked me to send and I was like same spills I hey! You know I normally don't symbols. I do my best work when I'm like in the studio with the artists I. Would it be possible if I can get new studio with you in this bill from scratch and he was like hell and so he. flew me out. On his tour, and from that point on I never had to. Ask again. You know what I mean like. It was kind of like a thing or if I, ask no one ever said no again to me. It was always a matter of scheduling from that point. There's a lot to unpack that. The first thing I want people to know is in two thousand twelve year, folding shirts, department store, and a year later on acid rap, which is amazing. Number two. I mean that's. That's that's a big bowl of inspiration for anybody who's listening, but number two I want to talk about growth because I know you make beats for artists J. Cole was an example. You just brought up and there's been instances where you've created beats, and he didn't WanNa. Use it now. You can harp about how much work went into a beat, or you can start asking yourself. Why he doesn't want it, you could take it personally. You can become bitter, or you can understand. You can move on, and you can figure something out and I think that's the human side of things that people don't really talk about. Absolutely absolutely because I went to all of that. I went through taking it personally. I went through being bitter. I went through all of those things human. Before I arrived on like you said like. It's not any of those things. All those things are just mile made up. You know reasons in my head, but at the same time it's not to be judged, either you know people have their have the right to do what they WanNa do, and at the same time all of those. Experiences did give me something. You know I got something out of all of those experiences whether people use my music or not, and that's the beauty of art, because like just the act of creating the art is valuable in itself. You know because it's expiration if you're doing it right. Then you're exploring and you end, so if you're exploring, you're never gonNA come away from any creative session with the same way that you were when you entered it. You always going to have learned something from that. experience and that's one thing I can say about whenever I get in the studio whenever I do something I'm always either argues bet to me. I love writing. I love creating songs because. It'll always just make me. It'll always give back to me in very concrete ways sometimes, because like for example I. Am right okay if I write a song that that makes me think about a certain. About I don't know like cars, motorcycles or something and I. WanNa make the Song I wanna paint this picture of. The this this motorcycle, race or whatever? I. Don't know anything about motorcycles, so I have to go and spend time researching and the different parts of the motorcycle and I start to put together a Word Bank Mussa cycling related terminology. And so that I can pull from my song. And then by the end of the song know all these I've learned all these things about motorcycles. Sometimes I spent hours researching. Why did school make you hate writing where you're not able to have that same process? You know I. Think it was because they made us. Just do busy work worth more than anything it wasn't about like. Using your your writing ability to create a world or you know or to. To to do something that was that I found interesting. It was always about you know have to do book reports you had to write. They know they give you minimum requirement minimum word count requirements. You know imposing, I mean that's like A. Lot of times, it was very long sometimes. You don't have that much to say about something. You just have to just, but if you don't make that as many whereas it is supposed to be, you're gonNA. Get a bad grade, and that's going to hurt you in life. And so as this, this is pressure. Pressure sometimes can be good but I think it just was. It was no aimed to. There's direction that they were. All they were trying to do. Is. Through so that they can get their test scores. So that they can get their keep their funding. So they so that we can go and. Graduated in work at you, know some starbucks anything suspecting. At, McDonalds or something, they didn't give a damn. I I enjoy piano, but once my parents signed me up for lessons, and then it became a chore than I hated it and I have two kids that are in elementary school, and it's a very restrictive environment and I wonder because I have two small kids, five and eight sometimes when we get in the car, play hip hop, but it would, if I played an audio book, maybe if I played where the wild things are where the sidewalk ends. Ends will do more for creativity and imagination than just music. Maybe every time they get in the car I think about maybe I'm wasting time that I could utilize you know like I think both good is good, too. Because you know, their kids are GONNA be absorbing you expose them to, and that's what makes me think as an artist about the music create like it's GonNa be absorbed. No matter what it is is going to be absorbed and You can put anything out there and so I feel like why not? Why not put something out? That wants absorb going to contribute something positive to the person who absorbed it, and this is my way of like my naive goal changing the world through new music. Because if you do that, I feel like you can, you can change the world for for person one person at a time. With music if you so choose to do that, you can especially in this days climate of our music because. Music is only about being a product now. Art Is the art world you know. Selling these baskets for hundred ten million dollars, ridiculous amounts of money 'cause the art is not even about art anymore as about it being commodity now. and seeing how much we can make off of it, but anyway so in that climate is actually radical to create art that is not for consumption. Capitalistic consumption is radical to Kinda like. Go against that and make it different, but I do think you mentioned your your kids. makes me reminds me of why like I think is important that that the music has some high is made unto some higher purpose than us. You know that's what's so cool about sacred music, religious music folk music. Gospel Music. Is that those songs that music is made? In service to something greater to an ideal, you know it's transcendent. You know on your. Church. But me grew up going to church black Christian churches, and there would be these things called breaks. Where people will just dance, you know like in people. Be Falling out crying. Speaking in tongues does lose in. Just dislike I've witnessed that actually witnessed A. And, I always thought there was something wrong with me because I'm not falling on the floor with my eyes rolling back in my head. You know I didn't understand that as a kid. Be Honest, but I got older and I realize. I understood it I started to look at I got this I got this obsession with just watching. Those price breaks on you to like for hours due to be sitting there. Watching it and I will be feeling what they finicky I I'm fascinated that these people are just regular working class people in releasing all the innovations in life and their in celebrating a lot of them broke a lot of them got problems working class. The proletarian would call it, but they're in there celebrating. Like state like nobody's been like you've never seen anybody. Celebrate before had all this. Celebrating is life essentially. They're celebrating that thankfulness for. Everything that they've been through in life in that guy has got them through in their life, and like they're celebrating something more transcendent than themselves and I thought that that was so. Amazing in that realization hit me I. Mean we're already made my music like that anyway. Not Necessarily Gospel I think there's just I think beyond. The religious aspect of it is that it's made for something higher. I like that because I think if we're just talking hip hop, it's strictly generational. Because because of the social distancing a Lotta people are watching these Timberland versus Swiss beats instagram battles, and it was trending the other day that these these young audiences think that Kanye is better than Quincy Jones. Not because they're comparing catalogs, but I really don't think people understand the extent of Quincy Jones's re they really. Define the whole role of producer as we know it today like he's one of the main cast that did that like he's an Impresario. He did so much more than just music even. He started. I mean. He helped start the grammy's for. But he also started all these put music publications like Spin Vibe It could be saved. A lot of people you ask for I love his Jay Z. Stuff, but what you don't realize is he produced on the first backstreet boys album. You know what I'm, and then, and then he produce for the clips and then Jay Z.. Back Britney Spears Quincy. Could Michael Jackson, and then produce on the boys in the hood soundtrack you know over the next ten years we could see cam on really Irish Song. You know it doesn't need to be in a box. You know I grew up. You mentioned where the sidewalk ends another play that in on cassette in the car. You know that will probably blow your kid's mind if you did. He said. Gary those I don't know if they can handle it, but we'll see it. Is Gary Yo but I? I got less siblings so we can get. Anyone game. I don't know if I WANNA teach my role about death and loss yet, but we'll. But, if there's any way to for for them to learn it. I think the way shows overseeing. Does it all man what else? I Walk Ins such a amazing metaphor like to me. It's like it's so deep. You know talking about the. The certainty that is you know the to me decide. What would I walk in represents like? That path. Into Hell that leads you. To Heaven I think that's something that everybody has doing their life to have to go through. The reached the point where the sidewalk ends where everything you know. Is No more. Any other go through this. This scary place dark unknown, which is what the world's going to do right now incidentally. To me but and. It's so amazing that he put that in a in a children's book. That concept and I think the thing about those intentions in those messages, and all that I I think a lot of them are subliminal. 'cause I wasn't thinking about that as a kid, but it subliminal because the the subconscious mind like you have to trust in the fact that this causes mind always picking up on all symbolism of all of the subliminal messages, all of the stuff that you put in there even when the conscious mind is not aware and. A lot of people are like afraid to go over people's heads. You know people are like. When with when it comes to art like they're like well, I don't want over their head. I WANNA. Just be understood. In, the thing is like you always understood even when you're not understood, even when people don't know that they do understand they get it. Yeah, I think if you psychedelics and read Shel Silverstein, your minds just opened up bigger than you thought it would. All my goodness, yeah, like looks to shows like Adele another. A big part of my life, I mean don't like I'm not like one of those psycho nuts out there to. Do that all the time, but something that. Delegates -periences something that. has influenced my life. into the unconsciously some people that are that kind of believe in the universe kind of pushing a narrative on you, and if you pay attention, it can kinda work in your favor. Absolutely, absolutely, that's what symbolism is all about ever the. Of course I have absolutely absolute. That Book I. Love About is about it's like the guy that goes through the WHO to the story pretty much gets to the story by interpreting symbolism in his life than just leaves them right back to where we started yet you. Was I love that? It's like. You know started to develop an interest in. Sacred art recently. I'm really into art in general, but you know the I realize guiding Johnson Pajot. Who A has his youtube channel all about symbolism, but he talks about The symbolism. Of Death and birth that are like happening simultaneously and a lot of religious art works in particular the Nativity scene. the birth of Jesus, how he's shown like as as a baby in a major 'cause you know born in a manger. The major is is the is this little? This thing that animals eat food out of. But he was on that, but like the the way that the manger in particular painting was painted, it was painted with ornaments on side, and which is not typical of danger, but is typical of a casket, because major is supposed to double as a as a resting place as a coffin. So, but so in the fact that the baby was born in this major, that also looks like a coffin. It symbolizes the simultaneous nature of death and birth, and how they're both the same and that's like. The end is the beginning. and. You know that's represented on the inaccuracies represented on the acid rap. The end is the beginning. I think that's why resonates I think that's that's probably why resonates with people so much like why? It just blew the fuck up. It's congruent with this truth that we see all the way in the Nativity scene. In all this religious work, it's the same basic truth. The end is the beginning my album. In the same ways called with a song called. The Moon becomes the day, so there's there's album though it's it's been leaked has been talked about for years, and it finally come to fruition. This is the type of symbolism in detail. The you want people to pay attention to an album comes out. You don't want people to just listen to Lucy's navy. The vinyl works where you want people to listen to beginning and end. Because that's the way the story needs to be told. Absolutely, it's it's May for deep listening. which is something that we will stop doing? Not only that, but there's been a stigma about jazz, being old, uptight and how? Gain changes are breaking these perceptions and reigniting interest in jazz among younger audiences, and you have people like Ben Shepard adding layers to work as well. Even. Black holes heated? Planes. Yes been moved there then then several. Incredible. Right and you know my thing is what I'm trying to do. Is something that's pretty radical and making. Making hip hop album is. That is designed the same way like. People tend to think. Party using. They think don't think that it's deep listening music. Don't think anything. Deeper in there, but at the same time. Even the old, his even the Golden Age of hip hop as much as I. Am As far by my thing is. I'm always trying to listen to things and just. Pool, what I can from it because my logic is. I exist. You know I'm here. I have this gift of music, so I need to do something to take it to a new place. That were hasn't been before. That's my responsibility and I think it's interesting 'cause it, it can be become sometimes for me to express this to my peers over the years. 'cause a lot of they insist. That there is a greatest producer that they will never be better than or they'll never be able to transcend, or there's the greatest artist you know there's they insist that in this idea of perfect music. and. the golden age of hip hop kind of represents that for hip hop for some people and I think I don't look at it that way I look at I listen to it and I love it and I, and I'm trying to find how it could be better, but with that said that the biggest compliment that I can afford you is you could've took the pain approach like Hey, look I sang the hook for Y'all now I got a song album, and I'm calling in favors. And I'm sure anyone you've collaborated with. They work with you, but you want this to be more about you. Rather than all star cast is going to this kind of twist that narrative like you're taking ownership of this and I love the absolutely it's. It's in in like And it's not just about me. but it's more so about having the. The creative control over so that it can be what it's supposed to be 'cause I think that the record. The music makes itself, and it uses us as an instrument me. Personally I'm trying to make trying to direct people to some higher than me. You know like that's why I chose. I decided a long time ago. Against doing you know. Photographs of myself portrait of myself as the album art you know. I I decided against that because I found because I realized that like. Doing that points back to me. And I don't WanNa. Point to me. You know a lot of podcast Kinda talk about. Hey, you know. What studio equipment did you crash this album? But I think learning about you and your philosophy and your thought process is going to get more people interested in an album than anything else song I'm of hoping I did that and I do want to end this podcast by saying. It really was my dream to have you do the soundtrack pixar soul coming out because I think you pair that with a Pixar movie is destiny. It's going to happen and I'm going to put that into the. Thank you, thank you. That's crazy. What is this soul? It's the one where they're finally featuring black people man's about a jazz musician and he dies, and he comes back to try to figure out the meaning I guess it's that whole death and rebirth thing. Let the trailer yeah. Yeah. Okay I'm GONNA definitely take. Crazy says the music's done by res- Ner Attic. Is Ross see that doesn't make sense? Going to nine inch nails will do that doesn't make sense. It doesn't make any sense. Why didn't you get terrace? Martin or Robert Glass? been incredible, but you know that's what my album is. Grown as kid to me is is an enemy. Is the animated musical you're talking about is the animated musical that I always wanted to see as a kid in never saw. But it wasn't a animated musical that is made. where the music is made. From my perspective. But not only that, but the story even is made from my perspective. I think they wouldn't like Pixar even if they try and they wanted to. They couldn't do this, they can't. They can't do this because they don't have the The perspective in life experience necessary. To do. What we're going to ask you. To me is a musical is just the score to that musical as don't have the resources to actually make it. At least not yet I'll have linked resources actually make the movie that goes with it, but it's literally animated musical, Figgy Magin Timbaland and Newman coming together and scoring and musical about a you know a kid. who has to save music more I mean. We've covered a lot of ground in our cam. You're a scholar and gentleman man. Thanks for being here. Thank you and same to you same to you. Man I love that that you created the space for us to have this. Conversation because I. Don't really get to talk about these things. Anyone in I'm in like. You've doing something right because you created the space for it to happen. Yeah I love that and I would love to talk to you more men. Door's always open man always. Definitely become back in the fall and we can talk about the album. We will. We will. Where the rubber always meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means. To you speed radio network live heart news feeds dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on Facebook, twitter and INSTAGRAM's. This is the liberty. Beat your daily source for liberty. News and activists updates produced in partnership with the S, Ls, network and listeners like you. Online at SNL S NETWORK DOT com. 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It is the one hundred thirty first day of Twenty Twenty, two hundred thirty five days remaining until we get to the new year, representatives from the thirteen colonies of us, meant Philadelphia on this date in seventeen, seventy five and raised the continental army to defend the new republic. They place it under the command of Cavalier George Washington of Virginia new. York, city's banks failed on this. This date in eighteen, thirty, seven and unemployment reached record levels, the first transcontinental railroad, linking the Eastern and western US completed at Promontory Summit Utah Not Promontory Point as was reported with the Golden Spike in eighteen sixty nine mother's day observed for the first time on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eight at Andrews Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia J. Edgar Hoover appointed the director of the US federal. Bureau of Investigation back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, four, one of his biggest wars was against communism. The Communist Party of America doing everything in Powell June steal the minds and the souls and the hearts of all young people. Have never worked so feverishly as I have in the last two years in some of all colleges and institutions. To enlist used of this country in the faith and loyalty jaw, foreign power, the Soviet Union J. Edgar Hoover served under six presidents until his passing in nineteen, seventy, two in Germany on this date in one, thousand, nine, thirty, three. The Nazi staged massive public book burnings. 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Because of his relationship with one staff member Giuliani roundly criticized for not telling his wife about his plans before it was publicly announced their divorce finalized in July up two thousand, two in two, thousand, two on this date FBI agent Robert Hanssen given a life sentence without the possibility of parole for selling US state secrets to Moscow for one point, four million dollars in cash and diamonds. A hand grenade allegedly thrown by Vladimir. Artillerymen landed about sixty five feet from President George W Bush while he was giving a speech to a crowd into Georgia, but it malfunctioned, and it did not detonate. The one trade center became the. Building in the United States. Western Hemisphere, the six tallest in the world on this date in two thousand, thirteen, the main building of the rebuilt. World Trade, Center Complex in Lower Manhattan of new. 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We leave for the Church are rented limousine at Twelve Oh. We marched down the aisle at twelve fifty, and the groom will be kissing the bride at one o'clock on the nose Mitt Romney nervous as I think he's going to be. That's where the bride going. GET KISSED ON. What is it Leroy? What your cream has no ride. Good. Only three hours away Leroy. Ice Cream isn't the most important part of the wedding. Are you kidding? I'm. Not About you, my boy I have everything under control. I walked down the PVC and check on the ice cream. Why don't you ongky? Walk down in a top hat and tails. All the neighbors will see you. Why do you think he's walking? Hello PV. peavy. What about the ice cream for the reception? I, married. It hasn't been delivered. Nike carry home and hat. No Room for jumping up. They can't. Top? Hat TPC for the wedding. Well. We WanNA. Do this thing up right I. Guess Everything's in quite a turmoil around your house today, not at all. Everything's running like clockwork. Planned this thing rather well. Gain. Certainly. One wedding that's coming off without a hitch. I didn't match you anything without a hit. ooh, brother Andrew, witticism. Weddings sometimes referred to as I know. Like hitching heart. Give me my ice cream TV and I'll be on my way. Cleveland I answer your phone. Go right ahead, peavy! There's no hurry. The wedding can always be postponed. Firmly. Yeah, Yeah! Yeah. Yeah what are yes-men? Your Ni-. who was at Pva your wife? Bernie broody. Why didn't you give me the telephone network? What does she want? She wanted me to ask you a hurry home. It seems you manage derived with seven passenger limousines later. My thought, giving a limiting to the church to you bet look magazine will be there to take pictures and Bhai. George they're not gonNA. Regret See you later. have. You heard anything from broncos. Paris, they're supposed to ride with us in that limousine. The top SAM showed up yet missed guilty, but I get on the ball. We should be starting soon. Photographer wants to take pictures before the ceremony. Yes. A guilty. Yes, Betty, I know there's a lot of important people in this win, so you can tell that look photography. He don't have to take no pictures of me. Watch this Birdie. All I did. The wedding was basically. Kate make the punch press address bar all the neighbors dishes, but he don't have to take take Jimmy. You'll have your picture taken very well. You don't have to take it. All I did was baked a cake. Make the part. Whereas Leroy. Rudy I plan to have him. Take a picture of you throwing rice after the wedding you. Couldn't. Wait a minute. Where's Leroy? News went out to play. Well, do my goodness. Leroy, Where are you? In your new blue suit. That turtle at a time like this I'll take him to the church. Take that Turtle Church. I've can't get married without the whole family being there. Leroy, just because you share, the same room doesn't mean. Elmer has been admitted to the family. You come out of that house and go wash again, okay? What was that I didn't see the nail. That beautiful sixteen dollars suit. Things are beginning to fall apart. Now Hold Still Okay imagine a city water commissioner, showing up pants and a cut away coat. Bad Birdie doesn't have time to do this why? Long. Pants upon my coat covers the rig standstill Roy. You're nervous. Don't let the wedding upset. You be more like me. You will never get this job done okay. Don't you have the threat the NATO. Must be the thompsons at last broncos absent minded Father Leroy. You shouldn't say that about Mister Thompson. He's a fine man. You just can't remember who's getting married. It Very. Wonder why Mrs Thompson and with it? We never off the church. Well Mister Thompson Kim in L. O. Gildersleeve. At last I found your house black. You moved having you know. I've been living here for nine years, but the last time I came to your house, there was a car in the driveway. It's out in front now Mister Thompson. Oh that explains you. Soon be time to go to the church. Where's Mrs Thompson the whole? She went by to check the church. The church was checked at nine zero five this morning. Whale Ma the likes to double check thing. I know. Oh Mister Thompson. Mr Thomson you remember Marjorie Course. She's going to marry my son Bronco. Now. He's clicking. You Remember Bronco. School everybody knows everybody. Now I'll tell you I came. She now why did I home? Could it be that you're going to ride the church with us. That's IT and Martha thought. I might come over early and help. There's a wedding today you know. Marjorie isn't it time you got into India? Wedding vast right away, ocoee. Hook me out. Confusion now, Gildersleeve don't get nervous. Watch that need along. Stop twitching. Busy with Leroy birdies busy with Marjorie I think I'll wander into the dining room and look at the cake good. House Bronco Loading Up Yeah How many times was he fainted? All broncos in fine spirit in fact when we left him, he was shaving singing. Happy Bridegroom. The prisoner's song. Sorry. Say This is a beautiful wedding cake. ooh, three-storey! That's right Bernie. Big That Cake Leroy standstill. Too Bad, beautiful white cake like they should get dusty. Gildersleeve. How would it be if I covered coveted with his long piece of Muslim? You're right ahead, Miss Thompson. Just keep yourself occupied. and. Protect. Rush things a little sticky. Always Watch the Muslim. Yeah, I'll throughly ride. Hats it another emergency map. Everything's running like. Yes birdie. Bridal. Guru Stop the clock. I have to launder Brian. The Great Gildersleeve. We'll be back in just a minute. May Tenth Nineteen Fifty? The Great Gildersleeve on Classic Radio Theater. We! Encourage you to participate in the Gift Card Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business that is struggling to adapt to the current realities. 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Today Wednesday may tenth nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Wednesday seventy ago. These were some of the headlines. Federal mediators in Chicago early. They fighting for an agreement to keep eighteen thousand brotherhood of locomotive firemen, and in engineer men from striking for the nation's major railway systems, no sign of progress in their conference between the carriers and the Union to resolve the union's demands for an extra firemen, a multiple unit diesel electric locomotives. The Senate Postal Office. Committee voted nine to nothing data direct postmaster General Donelson to cancel the cuts and mail service. He ordered in a recent economy move before twice a day home mail delivery could be reinstated that other postal service reduction set aside, both the Senate and house would have to agree to two bills in a resolution approved by the committee. From Washington Secretary. Johnson has banned slot machines from the officers club in the Pentagon in anticipation of an upcoming law, prohibiting their use in federal buildings. dixie week Crosby, one singer. Herself lifted her voice today. The backup crooner husband brings denial of a rift in their marriage that according to the Los Angeles Herald Express she says it being says there's nothing to it. There's nothing to it. If anybody thinks differently, they can take it from there. President Truman last night accused the Communists of starving China to help Russia in a move interpreted as a sign that this country will not soon recognize the communist government of China, the president said the fate of the Chinese people is tragic, but he made it clear that the US working through American private agency still in China will do whatever it can to feed hungry people there, your respective of their form of government. President Philip Murray today. Pledge the CIO to continue its fight against communism, working toward get together with the American Federation of Labor, and to seek election of liberal minded congressman, Murray addressed the convention of Cio Steelworkers Union, which he also heads, he said the union must itself Seton and Union. Organization of all salary. Persons in the steel, industry and improvement of company paid pensions and insurance. And checks have been mailed to almost ninety five percent of the fourteen and a half million veterans who applied so far for Gi Life Insurance Refunds Treasury officials say that thirteen point seven million checks totaling almost two and a half billion dollars, an average of more than two hundred eighty dollars each had been set out by the close of business today. Those, a few of the day's top news stories is reported in the newspapers of Wednesday. May Tenth Nineteen fifty on your radio? The Great Gildersleeve which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. Well there's a wedding. Everybody concern seems to get a little excited. Let's look on the bright grow. He seems to have things under control. The girl that I marry. Will have to be. As soft. His paying has a nursery. Well. He seems a little nervous, too. Now, let's get back to where the nerves are really jumping birdie that veil dry. Johnny with the and there that does it that'd be haven't optimize room. I take it up for you. Know Mr Thompson. I take no chances. All right. It still looks like Muslim to me. Sorry about the usually don't worry about him. It's the Thompson Birdie patched it up. She took the frosting off the back side and put it on the front side. The front. I'll. Get cheated on sisters. I can't imagine what keeping. Mazda. She was invited. Yes. Let's. Module gone. Gone Birdie? What are you saying she's? Gone Jane in a roller which she go. She knows she's getting married. Dozen Jimmy please Mister Thompson mega she. Walk to the Church in her wedding off it Leroy. Walked downtown in your Jr.. The other. She probably went outside for little layer actual article. Come in Marjorie. Sleep. My Name is Martha Oh. Is it mother Thompson and We've been waiting for you. I had to rearrange flowers. Is Everything here in order to Gildersleeve? Marjorie is missing. Missing you don't suppose she backed out to you. Could Heavens fruity? She wouldn't back out right before the wedding. Back out of the WED right before the last change you got. I did want what Auburn was playing. Mr Gildersleeve I had a feeling I should be here to take charge. I'm sure my upstairs someplace now. Everybody becomes the S. Because? You must be in a room. Marjorie. Not here. Little Marjorie. Where's she gone? Say the door to my room was closed. Marjorie. There you. Don't you look beautiful, you dress. We've been looking all over for you. I'm sorry. What's matter nothing? Just felt like coming to your room and being all alone for a little while. For. I have to leave you. My little girl. You've been a wonderful uncle. I'm going to be happy with Bronco but. I've been happy your to. My dear I pretty is. It. The people are leading at the church. Well, it's just. We'll see. You're the only father I've ever known. What the heck let them wait. This is Harold Perry the great. Guilder sleep five more films all herald. Perry had to be Gildersleeve before he moved to CBS and Gildersleeve didn't move with him. May Tenth Nineteen fifty the Great Gildersleeve on this? Sunday additional Classic Radio Theatre. Maybe you can relate to this. People think they're stuck with their health plan. It cost too much or for whatever reason they don't like it, but great news. You're not stuck with it. There is a choice it's called Neta share and you could save so much. The typical savings for family is five hundred bucks a month major difference maker. This is the affordable alternative health insurance and just to. To give you a little more info about medishare. 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June fourteenth nineteen fifty, and when the show came back, on September six, nine, thousand, nine, hundred fifty Willard Waterman would be the great guilder sleep now the conclusion of the Great Gildersleeve from seventy years ago, today may tenth nineteen fifty, and it's time for the wedding, so you finally got here guilty. Where's my address? She's gone in judge. Don't you have something to do i? Recall you're the best man. Yes, indeed, but I had to check seen. The bride arrived Bronco was getting. Don't have to worry about this wedding. Judge I've got everything under control. Baby Floyd's to commissioner closed up the barbershop just to see if you trip coming down the aisle. Of You gentlemen will excuse me I'll rejoin the groom in the best. Hey, commissioner now the judge has gone which one's a getaway car well is look what Lucky I wanNA. Why of this bomb? Floyd they'll be none of that won't hurt nothing. Just blow off the hood and stink up the car. Which one is floyd? You'll get no such information outta me. Music starting. Thanks and when administered asked. WHO gives this bride? You Say I! Do I know that TV coming Marjorie? How do you feel Walter? Who? You Ratko Oh me. That's right. My name is Walter. Nervous are. Nervous me Oh? Judge Rooker. Yes Banco! I'm scared to death. L.. That's a good sign. Lavar it shows you're taking this seriously and marriage is a serious. I'll say it's the most beautiful venture given to mankind, the dedication of one life to another. Yes. Oh yeah the ring judge now way Banco I. Haven't so it in my pocket? That reminds me. I better take my pen knife out and clip the threads. What time is it? Judge won't be long now. Advert is getting. Ready to sing them. Marjorie, really getting ready to sing the Selo. Glad you're with me, so am I. I. Know. WHO. Really. With this. Auto, With St? You? When I. Lose. All right of you. Turn. ocoee all the people are turning around. Look at us. Fast my dream piece yourself. Walter. Without have this woman to I? Waited wife to live together. After God's Ordinance The Holy State of matrimony. Without love her comfort her. Honor and keeper. In sickness and in health? And forsaking all others keep the only onto her so long as you both shall live. I will. Marjorie without have this man to wedded husband to live together after gobs ornaments in the Holy State of matrimony. Without love him comfort him, honor and keep him in sickness and in health. And forsaking all others keep the only unto him. So long as you both shall live. I will. Or as much as Walter and Marjorie have consented together in holy wedlock and have witnessed the same forgotten his company. And bad to have given in pledge their trough each to the other. And have declared the same by giving and receiving a ring. And by joining hands. I pronounced that they are man and wife. The name of the father and of the son. And of the Holy Ghost. In. Marjorie. Shoes? And now the groom make is the bride if he sold his is. Omar. Handkerchief. Walk up brother-in-law. Rather. Mr and Mrs Thompson. Relatives! Let's get in the car I had all right Mr the sleep. Well we lost a son, but we gave the daughter. And she was beautiful. Editors leave. Lost a daughter, but to gain decide. Well, we're all one big happy family. Let me help you and Mrs Thompson. Thank you Mr. Give you get in the bag with me Leroy K.. Lucky stuff is over. Let's go the. Mr Gillis. Let's leave when I arrived this morning. I was inclined to be a little critical. You Mother Thompson, but I must say. Everything went off perfect. Yeah, just like clockwork. Even kept floyd touring with the kids by all. I wouldn't tell him which one was there. Wrong. That's all of you were invited the Mars wedding, but for those of you who couldn't actually be at the church, the complete picture story in the current issue of Look magazine now on the newsstands. Love those thompsons. Dom is guilty receptions over Margarine Bronco on their way to just the three of us left Brady you and I and literally Roy in a sink full of dishes. Rather. This couch feels good. Day. One piece of cake Lift Duncan I. Go ahead. And I. Don't think I want. To bed now Leroy I know it's temptation to letdown after it's all over, but let's get. The House straightened up. Then Get all the furniture back. Wash. The dishes vacuum the rugs. Wada characters. What A FAMILY GOODNIGHT FOLKS! Gildersleeve is played by Herald Peres. Home John, Elliott. Jack. Mary Lee Robb is Marjorie and big plays broncos. This is Dave Stewart saying for the kraft foods. COMPANY MAKING PAYMENTS LINE OF CRAFTS quality food products. These listening next Wednesday and every Wednesday for the further adventures of the Great Gildersleeve. Great. 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This dotted line on the map of the world dotted line. Oh, that's the international dateline. Isn't that wonderful? The boys and girls from different countries to go out with each other. Well that's what you can expect. You listen to my friend Irma. Should. Justify think. event. Lever Brothers. Company Makers Swan with the exclusive super creamed plan presents. I've Seen Swanwick my friend Irma starring Mary. Wilson's Irma and Kathy Lewis this Jane. Well. What has happened to me Jane Stacy shouldn't happen to a dog. A big one, a little one couldn't handle it. You see my boss in the Guy I'm in love with Richard. RHINELANDER suddenly decided to go to England on business. He says it's business. There's no reason to doubt him except that. His mother and father look so happy about his leaving me. Why I don't know, I'm just an innocent bystander. Under the impression that I want to get engaged to him. They're wrong. I just want to marry him. What's more? Let's face it. I don't mind shipping money out of the country to help I'm in favor of that, but it's going too far when they ship are men. But then that's the problem Richard. Sailing, on the Queen Mary, so today I'm moping around. I'm not eating. Lost my appetite. Thank for lunch. I'll put a little salt on my heart and eat it with a dry piece of Melba toast. Oh Jane I. Have a feeling Europe upset. Aren't you? Me Says. Be. The only reason I'm shaking like this because I'm getting ready to make a malted milk. Janai I. Know why you're so nervous. You're thinking about Richard Going Gangland, aren't you? Yes, Erma. Even though he hasn't left yet I. Miss Him already. You know he's going to be over three thousand miles across the ocean. Well, it could be worse worse. How could it be worse if you only went? Two Thousand Miles drone? I hope he does Oh. What am I saying? Oh, Jane listened to me I'm your oldest friend and this trip might be very good for both of you now you can find out how much you miss each other yeah! There's something that they say that separation is a great test I'd like to believe. Well. It certainly is what's Alan. I were separated and we had a miserable time. WHERE DID AL go? No, where we were in the movies in. Between us. I know what it is to suffer. Yeah, I can imagine having to split a bag of popcorn three ways. Oh It's you, Richard. Oh Richard? Why must you go? Why don't you send your father instead? He'd loved the trip the old dear. You have to go, but you love me. that's. She come down to see you off. What? You want Irma an hour and Mrs O'Reilly and the professor to come to. Well, that's Nice, if you Richard, but it's not necessary. You want them to come. All, right, dear I'll tell him goodbye. Tell us what Jane. What do you think Sweetie Richards invited the whole gang to see him often about tomorrow night at. A party in state room. ooh, that's wonderful. I got worse slacks. slacks. Yes, Jane if I. Fall off the boat. Someone will yell man overboard, and if I'm wearing address, I can run while I looking for the man. Don't worry honey. You won't fall overboard. Hope that doesn't fall in love with any of those English girl. Don't worry Jane. Reggie would fall for any of those English girls are all bowlegged. Yes. They say a lot of them are cockney. Yeah. Well, thanks thanks for straightening me out honey I suppose they're also poor. They have to live in the House of Commons again. I I don't know anything about the real estate. Come in. It's only me professor impact. allegany and Adam my two little teapots. One with a fancy top one, the loose slid. Gypsy. I don't know what it is, but you look so different. Yes. It's your eyebrows. I've never seen them so bushy bushy. Mirror. But how'd you like that? I be no I know last night and I kissed Mrs O'Reilly must have slipped. These are eyelashes. Well, you should steal kisses in the dark. In the daytime. Nightmares. Jamie, what are you going to do with yourself? I'll Richard Survey. Keep busy, incidentally professor. You're invited to Richard's Farewell Party on the Queen Mary. Agreements and what both it's really a hotel on water well to me. That's no novelty when it rains, my room is the same features. But I'll go this Richard Good. Come in. My so riley girls have some aspirin I. Think I'm getting a cold in my head. Of course, you can be my imagination. Imagination here eyelashes off. Thank you. Professor Girls Lately. He's been so sweet to me for instance. Last night we had a snack into kitchen and he turned out the lights. It helped me. Was that your hand reaching for the colds. Go along with your professor. At Jamie Wendy's Richard leave for England night Mrs O'reilly, and you're invited to his Farewell Party on the Queen Mary. Him I'm going right upstairs and Bacon Nice cake and tissue gets hungry on the trip. Or in case, ship needs more balanced. Hush media professor come upstairs and tough to me while I bake a cake. And if you're a good boy, I'll give you a picture to hang hangover that whole in your wall. No, thank. You don't want to cover that all. It overlooks a beautiful view. Well, you can see out of there. Is The city dump compared to my room? It's a beautiful view. Tomorrow night. Jane what honey while Richards away maybe has a friend who will date you? That's very sweet Irma, but I don't think the warden would let him out just for that. Come in. Jane Hi Chickens Hi Al.. Well honey when you looking so happy about chicken you looking at a millionaire. Jane your hair back out of the millionaire? Al There are three people in this room. One of them is a very big skeptic. will explain happened to have a big deal. Yeah. Wow, what is it? It's confidential. Believe me. I'll keep your secret. In fact, I'm not even going to hear. Vile. Sarcastic shrew. Would like to Taimur. Al Don't look, so don't look so sad. Don't let a look. Don't let Jane hurt your feelings. Tell me your new deal. I'm not septic. All right. Allie I think it's wonderful at can't miss? Chicken I like it. I have confidence in me, but you go overboard. must hear the deal I. It's report COD with a real low ticket. Put It on the back so when a kid gets bad, Moxie can leave town. You know I like that can stamp out all juveniles. Chicken, what's the use? I just heard myself say and nothing and James Right. I'm nothing. But out to me, you're everything, no chicken. It's about time I face facts. I can't get any place in New York. L. Maybe you should go to a larger city. This is the biggest chicken, but it's good for me. This town has got me down. I gotTA move on. Need new worlds to conquer Al You just depressed. You'll feel better when you go to the party tomorrow night. See Richard off to London Richard going along. Hey Chicken. That sounds like the spot for me in that fog. A guy can get away with anything I mean. Nobody is poking their nose in his business. You'll be on the other side of the ocean and our mission so. Every time I go to coney island I see something washed up on the beach. I think a you. Ten the thought chicken now I got to figure out how I can get to London without pay. And there's only one man who can help me. Who, who else but Lou joke? got a problem got to get to England on the Queen Mary, no funds. What's my move? Contact Saltwater Sam. who works very close with lime? House Louis. How am I know him Joe? When I go down to the Queen Mary, I'll see a head sticking out of a porthole have there's a lot of hood on the Queen Mary? Throw a rock at the head. If it doesn't duck it'll, BE SALT WATER SAM? To work at the Coney Island Baseball Concession Oh. Yeah I remember him. The guy was always complaining. His feet hurt him. Yeah, but Joe. How will you get me over? uh-huh! uh-huh! uh-huh! he'll pack me in. A sealed can fill the top oil. 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And Kathy Lewis is portraying Jane and Jane's boyfriend is trying to move to England. Let's see what happens. May Tenth Nineteen Forty Eight Well, we're all set to down to the Queen Mary to see Richard Off. Believe me Jane. Stacy is one great actress. I won't tell him what my real feelings are. The casual indifferent blase. Think I'll take four hundred along in case I crack. I. I can control my emotions. I'll just say have a nice trip. Richard and you'll kiss me. He'll kiss me. And I'll report immediately to the captain and asked to join the crew at no salary. Oh. What's the use of kidding myself? As far as we women are concerned, baseball is not the national sport. Can have enough on my mind. Irma alar acting very strangely. They're behaving very offbeat manner. Irma! Look, we better get to the peer honey. The boat will be leaving soon. What's going on between you and now don't worry about. US Jane we'll be there. You'll meet me there. I don't understand. You two aren't up to anything. And why are you staring at each other? You heard that expression. Drink to me only with Diniz. We're on a binge. Only, trying to be helpful well I haven't had time to discuss it now. See you on the boat and be sure that nothing goes wrong. Okay, chicken we gotta have fast got to promote an angle that will take care of my passage on the Mary. L. I I've got thought, but I don't think you'll like it. Chicken many great thought has come from the mouth of a child. Why don't you work your way across? Kid You bottoming? I. Don't know what other what other way there is going, but one thing I insist on appear going to God has to be honest. See what you mean, chicken. You can trust me. Got The angle will stowaway in a lifeboat, but that's not honest. What do you mean chicken? Does anybody else going to life food? No well then. If I'm not taking anybody else's place, it's honest. High Apologize Down you know for a moment seemed crooked, but when you explain it it, it still seems crooked, but you said so honestly that I know it's not crooked. Like that in you chicken? If were only the district attorney doesn't Progressive City for a man like me. Now? Chicken getting into the lifeboat is simple, but the main thing is. How do I get food and drink that simple Algebra ring for room service. Chicken, don't you understand? No one must know I'm in the lifeboat, so must depend upon you to get the food to me at the two days I'll come out. They can't throw me off but Allah. How do it easy chicken? So they won't suspect me when I get on board, you bring a suitcase full of and assesses of life more casually along the upper deck with lifeboats are slipped me the suitcase. Blow me kiss and then walk nonchalantly back to the. Out How will I know what lifeboat Syrian well put question your walk along. Knock twice on each light lifeboat like this. When you hear to Knox back. You know I'm under the canvas all right, al.. Chicken Field uneatable rehearsal. Now you're on the boat and someone comes up to you and says what are you doing with that? What do you say you got that my boyfriend in that lifeboat star. Chicken, don't you see they must have no him in the lifeboat? We'll tell you what to say. You are fashion designer, and you're taking some sketches over because you're putting on fashion, show as you understand a lot of women over there have nothing to wear got it. Got It. Just to be sure I'm sailing with the wind behind me, repeated for me. How had philly give it back to me? Chicken right Al. I'm putting on a show over there for group of women who are sketches and they're going to be a show without wearing anything. To repeat it. took him. We'll give you a simple phrase. You can't miss if anyone talks going over with a convention of the daughters of the American revolution. You've got it. Yes, I'm going over with the daughters of the American revolution. See on the boat and don't forget the suitcase to Knox where a signal. Okay daughters have American revolution suitcase and do knocks. Well I'm Richard Stateroom on the Queen, Mary. He's driving me crazy. He's taking one last look at the New York skyline, and I'm girl I'd like him to take one last. Look at my waist line. But he's not gonNA. Leave before I plant a kiss on him. Richard. haven't you forgotten something? I don't think so. I've got my tickets now. I didn't mean that. There's my trunk in the large suitcase and my visa Richard. I'm not talking about the things you're taking with you. I'm speaking about something. You're leaving behind all I. Know what you mean. Jane all your darling to think of it. The Kennel said they'd take care of my dog. Richard for your information. I cannot bark. Also leaving me behind. I've been an awful fool I. Apologize Waste Time apologizing boats sailing. Richard. Oh murderer. Whoever you are just slip it under the door and go away. It's only me professor project. Loaded should I came to video good today I came along with the professor to give the best. She's Richard Darling. Genuine, not interrupting anything we. Know no well Allen. They'd along Richard here's a little going away present for you. It's a cake well faint you. Recipe, she used to make it from his father. Richard. You'll be interested to know that Mrs. Riley was an orphan when she was to. Professor, he's such a boy at heart, always trying to amuse me with little games like when we came aboard he. Hyatt's blindfold. Let me walk the gangplank. So I'll think of something else. I'm glad you're here I. DON'T WANNA say without saying goodbye to you. Where's? he'll tell you later Richard I like in a couple of days. Oh have an ice trip Richard and when you get to England. Will you stop off at Oxford and bring me? Some of those shoes at the students make their. Our. Don't be ridiculous. Honey. What's the idea of a suitcase? Jane I WANNA. Take a look around the both of those Roy is Richard. That's French I I didn't want to use it because this is an English boat, but you'll understand. Thank you and goodbye? GotTa find a life, but we're Alice. Trip across with this. Now. General Gas partway. I mean my boyfriend I mean. This is nice. Boat General Mother General I'm a captain. While you work hard. You'll get a promotion. Where the lifeboats right up here on the top game, the I bag miss on all. Thank you. Is this your first trip abroad? Yes I'm going over with my daughter. She started revolution. Vote for MIS. Knock, on Wood Sure haven't you any work to do like throwing out the anchor checking Moore's? To do that. Nobody knocking for I'm sorry I thought. I heard someone say come in. Your pardon. Lady will you please stop knocking on those light votes? To be rude, but it's just against the rules. Yeah, would you like cigarette? Thank you? If, you don't mind with my pipe. 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Now on Classic Radio Theatre concludes the my friend Irma May Tenth Nineteen Forty Eight, and it seems that captain is right next to where we have stowaways. Does knock out some of this BECO-. That here pipe may nickel. That's ridiculous I think there's somebody in that light vote for. Allergies out. Lose out my boyfriend man the lifeboat. You're talking over tons of law. lebas. Come, out. Awful. This is ridiculous. Stowaway, now just a minute. Your honor I got influence I know the captain. You do. The captain had a very good friend of mine I see! Chicken I was hired by the captain to inspect the lifeboats. Chicken then says the captain. Captain. This is a fine way to treat an old friend. Did you recognize me? No, but I do know that you'll be thrown off this ship. You could be locked up for the thing like this now. Wait second there. I'M A friend of Mr Richard Rhinelander Oh. Yes, well, we just see about this. Come with me. G Richard we have to go now. Please take good of yourself. Darling, Jane, have, Goodrich, bless you. Don't wait chain. You give him a great big kiss. It's an old customer kiss. People are leaving goodbye. That get tickets to someplace. Save you money Mrs Riley. You could go around the world six times and I wouldn't shake hands with you. Shepherd professor go on Janey. Give him a big kiss I think I will and thank you I think you've been a grand audience all afternoon. Oh Forget it Richard I'll mail you a kiss. Come in. I'm sorry to bother you Mr. Rhineland. Do I'm Captain Pearson I've found a stowaway who claims he's a friend of yours. I`Ma and now she. Wanted to make contacts. Bother. Don't bother explaining. We're getting off this boat and you're not getting out of my sight. The two of you goodbye Darling Beauvoir. Jane Long Guy. Short. Follow me in this elevator. Quick. Mrs Riley has my arm and she hasn't played since. Now let's make sure that everybody's here. You. My goodness. WHERE'S IRMA? which was just here? She must have taken the wrong dog. That's going. Go to heaven, she'll be stranded on the boat. We've gotta find her everybody. Look everybody, look in different directions. Come along. From I can't. These new long skirts wide. You bothered long skirts when it's along half uni. Come on. Very Stewart. We've been looking high and low for friend of our. She's a blonde in a red sued. Red Oh. Yes I believe she's the last person we let off the boat before we sailed. The far, we sailed. isn't that the young lady? You mean waving down there on the pier. Well we were taken off by the pilot boat. Except for the fact that I got soaked to the skin, and so sick I couldn't walk. It was a delightful experience. But I'm forgiven for the trick out. Tried to pull so I said Irma. What in the world ever made you believe that our would do any better in London than he does here and Irma said well. AL is very handy with tools and I heard that the London Bridge is falling down. Maybe he could fix. 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House your room into a digital version You can share with people on share on facebook. You can share it on Youtube. You can share it in a private link if you want to. And you can, of course use that, then if for you want to rent out, let's say you WanNa. Do It on the RPO or AIRBNB and so on. You can use it. certainly if you sell your home when we have. Data that shows that homes with three tour for example sell twenty percent faster, and had nine percent higher price, and the listening price, and then homes who do not, but the idea is simple. You can use your phone and you can create a fully immersive three. D Choice, not a panoramic image that you can take on your phone. It's a full three hundred towards. You can't walk through the rooms as if you were there. I just got a text last night. Night from a friend of Mine Lives York who said I bought a home in Mon- Montana without ever stepping foot in that home. Because on the website they were using which was rats, and that was listed with three talks, and now what we're doing since we announced matter portfolio just last month may you can now do the same for your space? Your Vote Your House your basement. What everyone do because you're now can do it for free on your iphone. That now that you've explained it that way. That's actually fascinating and especially if you are trying to sell a home or buy one, you'd hope that folks would use three d rendering at that point. If. You could get more money for for. A home, that's or just the fact that you could sell it faster. I mean I recently sold a home, and I'm thinking boy that would have been handy I probably could have gotten a few more bucks for it. If I had posted that way and more people could see and react to it, so maybe that's another advantage right there. Exactly that's exactly right and we are partnering with all the major real estate firms in the US including. Of course rematch, realtor DOT COM red Fin. Sotheby's you'd you name it that we partner with but most of them, and we're expanding really rapidly, and even in the pandemic, overseeing as more and more for real estate firms are going to three stores because it allows people to really. Go through how you can measure it, you can tag. You can insert different information that you could say. Oh this new countertop. Last year the chimney here or service about three years ago, so you can put an informational tax, but saves you a lot of time, but of course you can also use for fun purposes. I'll tell you last week was my son's fourteen th birthday, and of course you couldn't have birthday party because of social distancing. So what we did is here. We created e virtual escape room, and it was ten kids came together all over soon, and then we did a virtual escape room, using matter ports of the kids all together. They had to solve clues. In House. They would go walk through the House. And once they got the clues right then unlocked naturally for them, and they could go into the next room and it was all done with matter forces. It doesn't have to be just for commercial reasons. You could also use the fun. For, letting people into your space having fun with their kids, you name it and that's great I mean I like that whole concept about You know the whole escape room idea. Let kids have some fun with it or Dulce for that matter can do this. But I also can't help Robin. Maybe it's the former police officer in me. That is also a little bit concerned, but you've got to be cautious about where this goes. Because now you know for pictures worth a thousand words of three D. Picture must be worth a million words or something, and I think I think that's terrific, but do you want to give someone that you may not have control over a complete tour of the inside of your home? That could be if it's not used properly could be dangerous. No. Great question and we take privacy supercenters because it's it's not an uncommon question that we get so when you share something with someone, even if your family or to share more widely on social media, you can math, of course the address and the location. Pacific that not only can you do that? We also have featured. Let you blur faces, so for example if I'm doing a sore of my house and I've pictures on the wall. You could blurred the faces up. Those pictures 'cause. You don't necessarily want to give that away so. We think a lot about A. You're absolutely right privacy. It's super important then especially, as this is going more mainstream, we WANNA make sure that you don't give away the characteristics. You know your personal family, or or necessarily the address of where you're staying and so on, because that would not be good. Okay, and but I do absolutely see the advantage is not only as you mentioned for fun, but the virtual tours for real estate and an AIRBNB scenario that kind of thing it just makes so much more sense especially if it's. It's like an AIRBNB thing. It's a sight unseen, and you're taking a chance. And hopefully the pictures are nice, but my gosh, if you can actually walk around the house virtually than that acts on which more sense I'm getting a note from Chris in the Control Room. Can I use use it to give people a tour of my garden and I wandered. Yeah, why couldn't you right if it would work aside? I guess it would work outside to. Issues at the camera on your phone and of course. The new song you have the better the quality and be but we work with ice iphone six, plus and above, but if you have a iphone, eleven of course the quality of that zone. It's GonNa. Be Me much higher again. You can do inside. You could do it outside. We have a lot of people without since we launched US last month. Taken at tours and done scans of some of these you know things that are happening in the world. You're monuments and and galleries and museums that are both inside, and outside a lot of times and been super fascinating to watch, and it's a way of leading the world. Come closer to you, for example we. We lost a a site called destination everywhere dot world, so it's destination everywhere dot world, but we've just been posting a lot. Lot of great museums tour of different places. You could go, because we are all in lockdown and we kind of missing seeing the world ourselves, so you can go to a museum in Italy, or in Sydney Australia. If you want, you can go see home in different locations in the world very fascinating, and that's great to see museums and statues and pictures before they're removed Maybe that's another good thing to be able to at least. Get in there now. What if I'm not an IPHONE ANDROID? Is there any hope for me to be able to use matter point, great question and I'm happy to say that they're working on it I'm sad to say it's not there today, so today's only you have to have an iphone or an IPAD, but we are. We are working on an android device. Come out later this year. Okay, well, what? What was the inspiration robin overall before you actually launched matter port for for iphone at the moment at least. We always wanted to be a leader tweedy, sweeping selling a CD Campbell for many years and provided the software, but of course it meant that you have to have the camera yourself in order to do it. In which made for a lot of people very prohibited to be able to actually go into three D. scan of your home or your space, and so on and so by. Being Billion iphones you know maybe billions of android devices. We enable anyone to be able to do this anywhere. Either for commercial reasons, WANNA rent out their space or sell it, but also for personal reasons to share with your friends and family I think we're all looking for connections to each other and bringing each other into each other spaces is a really great way of doing that. And I like how you refer to it as your digital twin, because that's Kinda unique, it puts it in the right perspective. You know it's a it's a twin of your garden or your home or Whatever the case is that? You're trying to use it for an and I can see where that can help. Drive the point home. Is there a cost involved? There is no cost if you WANNA, try it out and use it. You can get one space for free for life, so you can sign up if you WANNA have more than than space. Let's say you have three homes that your time to rent out. Then we start charging. It costs ten dollars a month for up to five space, but if you just want one, it's. Okay, and that's good, and you may find that it's so handy or so much fun, or what have you that you end up subscribing? If you will or or getting more spaces as you call it, Robin, do me a huge favor and hold on for just a moment. There's so much more I want to get into this fascinating. If you'll hold on, we'll take a quick break. Come right back and continue our discussions with the chief marketing officer with matter port at matter report DOT Com. Brave blind on to tomorrow. Guys by now you've heard the great news if you've wanted to try. Viagra or CIALIS, but we're worried about the price. Blue Pills direct can finally give you the results you've been looking for why pay almost fifteen dollars per pill. When you can get the same result you need for only two dollars per pill. That's right. Call today and receive fifty blue pills or fifty yellow pills for only ninety nine dollars. That's only two dollars per pill and save you almost five. 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That's eight, hundred, six, eight, nine, three, zero, zero, five, eight, hundred, six, eight, nine, three, zero, zero five. Into tomorrow continues I'm dave grave language chatting with the CMO of Matter Port Robin Daniels I'm noticing on your website a dollhouse view. Whether, it's an actual dollhouse. I mean there are those that have some pretty large doll houses or I imagined. Train set or any number of things where you can simply pass your phone around. And actually accomplish this. How complicated is it? Do you have to be very still or careful? As you walk, so you're shaking I mean when you? What advice do you give to people? How hard is it to do so? You should hold still positive for the way it works. Explain that really quickly. You stand in a spot in your room and then the application. Application the APP on your phone with automatically tell you to take photo, and then it tells you to turn around and take another photo. You take about five or six photos because you have to do a whole three sixty now, having said that, of course, it's better if you have a tripod because the tripod will is still for you, so the secret is either. A tried fog. Which is the ideal scenario, but I totally recognize not. Everyone has when I don't have one Fort Campbell so you just have to hold the phone still that that's the secret. And then you know you, you stamina spot near room and then say take five photos there. Then you go to another spot near room, you take another. Let's say five or six hundred and the magic of medical we. We put it all together. We provide the sore plan to the tour. We provide that tall house. You're talking about what you consume out and look at it like it's a dollhouse and jump into any room in your house anywhere you want, so that's that's pretty cool. We do all that for the only thing you have to worry about taking the photos, so you do all the stitching together if you will. Is that what you refer to it as you would stitch together a panoramic picture, you've got the same way only it's three d. that's exactly right. That's exactly right. The reason we can do this tweety and that nobody else does because we hit now. Can you know thousands and millions of spaces? We've actually scan or five million square feet of space, which means we have all the data analytic, and our our our artificial intelligence engine that uses all that telemetry to stitch all this together. So when you take a couple of photos in your house, we know the distance between different points, even go in and say I want to measure the length of this window, or just the the the the the with of this picture, and so on, you can do all that through the application, because we have enough data now to do which makes it pray for interior design. Pickle redecoration you name it. You know what a lot of people are using our technology for. That's very cool. I am noticing a measurement for example where you can measure any aspect of your space including walls does furniture lots more that in and of itself may help a lot of folks. It's like no. I'm not planning to sell. Okay, but you want to renovate you WANNA knock that wall. Wall down and move this here changed the kitchen around and imagine being able to do that with all of this, and especially if you can do it for free, and then you realize the benefit, maybe WANNA buy a couple of edgy referred to them as spaces, and and you mentioned a cost. If you WANNA buy more spaces in that sense, so the Cossack you WanNa buy more spaces it's. It's ten dollars for five spaces. And then we had plans to go even further, and if you WANNA have even higher quality than your iphone five him. We sell a matter for called pro to camera that gives you a incredible resolution incredible. And high-quality, basically, if you WANNA, do to really you know professional reasons, but if you want to do a small space phone is a great choice, or unless like you're an android. You'd have to send me one of those cameras. Until such time as you make it available for Android, well, I'm going to insist that Chris does that with his garden. He since he asked that question because he can I mean we'd get physical tours when we go over and go to the back yard up and down little rows of things, identifying got little pictures or Green beans. This is radish. Whatever I think it would be Kinda cool for him to do and even posted on our site to show people what we did a little something different, and so now you go I'm holding you to it Chris A. He's looking at you with that. Look Great. I'M GONNA LEARN TO STOP MAKING SUGGESTIONS A. Shared with me, I'd love to see it. Yeah, for sure I think it'd be yet another way to utilize Matt report and you want to visit matter port dot com meat. Peo- RT, Matter Port Dot Com Real Quick Robin Y. that name how that come about. Good question I, don't know. I only joined the company three months ago, I even joined during a pandemic I've never met anybody in the company I've only met. Third Virtual Communication so the question I have not after founders, but I'll be sure to do so well there you go so now you can say the interview Dave asked a question I couldn't even answer. How did we come up with that name? Does it matter? Is it a port? Whatever. Love, it or Robin continued good luck to you. Guys I think this is really cool. Virtual tour features sharing all sorts of neat stuff will link you to matter port dot, com, when you visit us at into tomorrow Dot Com and get Robin. Thanks for spending a few minutes with us. We'll touch base again soon. Out Great thank you? I'm Dave. Grave Line will bring you further into tomorrow. Right after this. Right here on the advanced media network. This is a guided meditation on parenting. 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It doesn't make a lot of sense to me when I think about it to be honest with you. That's why I gotTa bring in my tag team partner in crime to make some sense of this whole thing Mike Good morning, my friend, how are you? I'm doing and it is. It is one of those things when you look at it. things are coming back in the one thing that we know is going to come back. Is the corona virus and people are tested positive like you said and it's. It's hard to kind of wrap your head around Why do this exactly I mean I know why we're doing the Almighty dollar? But in the end you gotta look out the player safety. Yeah and I think safety's been thrown out. The window and money has become extremely important. We've gotta take a pause for the cause. I know it on the other side. We're GONNA hook up with our professors. Sports John pulled through all the way from Canada. Keep a close everybody. Mike Wilson Andy Dorf just getting loose. Just getting warmed up it is the door font sports. 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Professor of sports none other than John Poulter who comes to us all the way from Toronto Canada John How you doing today carrying well, thanks Andy You. How about you? Know complaints obviously the the heat is here here in Arizona and We've been trying to escape every now and again going up north a little bit flagstaff area things along those lines, but for the most part obviously Arizona's spiking with the Corona virus cases over seventy thousand people now have it. It's not a pretty sight to be honest with the John. Doesn't seem like we're taking the necessary means to keep ourselves protected, but yet we're finding ways that we can bring sports back. And you and I have obviously. Chatted about this over the weeks over the months, and it's very difficult to to realize that there is no safe way to do this. and I've kind of gone through my head so many different ways so many different times thinking about things. And and alternately it it is no longer about safety John it's about money. It's about trying to act like things aren't happening. That are really happening. It's dangerous. It's irresponsible, but it's what's going to happen, and it's going to happen all over the world so. I don't know what to say other than. I'm disappointed that. Money trump's just about everything and pardon the pun there, but it's true money takes over. Money becomes so important that we forget about values and things that are extremely important to us like our own personal health. It's unbelievable. John It really is. It's extremely unbelievable. As you say you and I have chatted about this a number of times over the months and Quite frankly I just I. Just have to wonder why we're going in the direction only. Last week. I, Kinda us a little bit of a catchphrase. That I thought was very meaningful. And very descriptive of the situation that we should be, and that's four sports for words. See you next year I I just don't understand why we're doing this. It! Know what what this? When this all started back in I guess the Second Week of March March tenth. Eleventh twelfth somewhere around there. But whole sports world, and eventually most at the normal day to day world as we know it shut down because of this virus and one of the reasons that the NBA shutdown was one player had tested positive for the virus, or had the symptoms for the virus and subsequently tested positive. Now! We're talking about leaks. Getting back into active participation, and let's exclude the NFL because they're not into training camp status yet, but that is obviously looming on the calendar, but let's look at basketball, baseball and hockey, and here we have three sports that are all sports that involve players being relatively close proximity to each other, and in some cases contact with each other, and all of a sudden were now saying that all the rules are out the window social distancing. Say Goodbye you know. How when was the last time a home plate on fire stood six feet behind the catcher. When was the last time a first baseman stood six feet away from a runner at first base. When was the last time to centers stood six feet away and have A. Central core tip off to start a basketball game. When was the last time to hockey? Players stood six feet away to face off a puck. Clearly, the answer is, it's never happened and It's not going to happen going forward so. Like you, my question is why are we doing this and the obvious answer is money. But when I look at the fact that there's no butts in the seats. I have to wonder where the money is coming from. So have the TV networks anti-death more money for these TV like tournaments that were obviously to see those three sports. I I can't believe it's coming from anywhere else. And when greed overtakes commonsense I think that's the time for us all to stand back and take a long look at where we are. Great Point go ahead. Mike jump in. Yeah, no, that is, that's A. that's a phenomenal point in my question is much question in terms of of this, but they just your personal opinion. we have you know in the states here I'm sure you've heard. We've had the virus spike and a bunch of sunbelt states. Different cities What's what's MLB going to do you know these spikes continue to happen, and and it affects the play. It gets to the players, and you know a couple of players like you know. Get Get the virus because of these spikes in these particular cities. What is the team do had? The delay shut it down. I mean what what do you think's GonNa? Happen because of these spikes and these different major league city. Well Mike I think it's inevitable that with these spikes. It's going to happen that somebody is going to catch this. You're talking about right health staff. You're talking about the guy that drive the bus to drive the players from the hotel to the stadium. You're talking about the guys that do the work at the stadium. In terms of getting the ground ready putting batting cages up putting the bullpen. Mounts up that kind of stuff. We're not just talking players. UMPIRES here. We're talking. Let let's call them. Support Staff, because these people will all be an integral part in keeping the players segregated and the mass number of players that you're going to have in. Anyone spotted anyone. Time to me is quite frightening. Whether it's going to shut the game down. Commonsense would stay say that it should We've seen spring training sites shut down on one or two players tested positive. We've already talked about the NBA situation where one case shut the league down. How many does it take to shut this thing down I mean I last I saw. We're going to start off with in baseball. We're going to start off with thirty man rosters. Then it will drop to twenty eight, and it will drop to twenty six, and there will be sort of a quote taxi squad if I believe up to sixty players now whether you can activate to any thirty for any game. I I haven't seen the fine print on that so I don't know whether the taxi squad only comes into operation if somebody on the top thirty. Actually goes down with this virus, but. It's absolutely frightening to think that you know. When when one person catches this they could inadvertently spread it to somebody else, and a very good friend of mine said to me yesterday. What's the difference in losing these players to a virus than on losing them to an injury, and my response was I think there's a tremendous difference because an injury, really in the most part cannot be prevented unless a guy to something absolutely stupid. It's not gonNA. Get prevented, but this is something we can prevent I. Just don't understand why we're going forward with it As I said before it's greed overtaking common sense, and we've all known for a long time, and we've talked for a number of years on this show about the fact that there are no off seasons anymore. Their business seasons sports is no longer sports. It is a business. The players WanNa make the most money they can. The owners want to make the most money they can so clearly. This is about money. Again, it's greed overtaking commonsense. I can't think of a better way to to position it quite frankly. I think that's extremely well said that's the voice of John. Paul Gerald Professors sports breaking down the return of sports in general to be honest with you whether it's NHL Major League Baseball. NBA they're all coming back. We know, but at what cost we don't think it's safe. We know it's not a factory. We don't think we know as the testing continued. More cases are happening so. It tells us. It's not safe. 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We're not really talking about much other than hypotheticals with that being said the hypotheticals are coming into reality within the next month or so and. We are all bracing ourselves for a huge failure, and if you aren't bracing herself for a huge failure, and you think this is GonNa, come back and everything's going to beep. Peaches and cream apples imply however you wanna put this. You know the. Perfect picture I think he got another thing coming and I think that the reality of the situation is what we've already seen. Start Stop. Don't finish I. It's just the reality of what we are dealing with right now. You can think about things happening. We can put a plan in place, and then you know what you can probably throw that plan right out the window as soon as things hit the fan. It's again beyond dangerous beyond. Irresponsible and money has been something that. Obviously has taken over. We've got it. We get it so with that being said John. Is Coming back. We've got to deal with. The player's got to deal with it and we've got to live with whatever the ramifications are. People are GONNA get sick. We know that already. We absolutely know that, and they're just GONNA go for it. They're GONNA do what they're gonNA do. With all that being said. Do we have something to look forward to with these sports coming back. John Is there a positive. Is there a silver lining? Is there something that we should be looking for when sports come back? Well I think it's GonNa be a different world for all the reasons we've pointed out and let's look at baseball. Right off the Bat because that's the season has not started. The NBA and the NHL are picking up seasons. partway through, and they're actually going to start at the playoffs. I guess but. Clearly the be the game of baseball is going to be significantly different whether we're going to see players. Players intensely as we have in the past is another story I guess we won't know until these guys get on the field, but. I guess looking forward to it. Maybe one thing we might see is, we might see a team that is normally two things actually from a team standpoint, we might see a team that is not normally competitive, one hundred sixty two games. He's an. Might be competitive over a sixty game season taking a look at the MLB website this morning, and they listed each major league team. Each Major League teams best sixty game span over the last I think it was twenty years, and there's an awful lot of teams had one somewhere between forty and forty seven forty eight games. Over over sixty game span in that period, so all of a sudden we might have a team come out of the woodwork that we didn't expect and go on a tremendous run and go forty three in seventeen, forty, four and sixteen something along those lines and find themselves in the in the postseason. Mix that if we have sat down in March and said. We're going to play a hundred sixty two games. She's an. Think ex team. We'll be ended in in September October. Our answer would have been no. That may change now and the other thing that I think is going to be a little bit fascinating and might create some interest in terms of something to follow, and clearly if the record is said, it will be set with an Asterisk, but that is, it's not uncommon for hitters to. To go on streaks at the start of the season over or over a two month period, which is what we're looking at here with sixty games, and have a tremendous run and bat for one hundred, and that's something we've been looking at sixty years to see somebody that four hundred. I know George Brett got to. I think it was three ninety one about twenty years ago. that's the closest we've been. So My. We see somebody hit for one hundred. Yes, it will be with an Asterisk, but something like that might generate some interest in the game if somebody goes on a hot streak and you know. Goes fifteen out of his first twenty or something along those lines all of a sudden we might have something to be interested in, so it could well be that something like that will trigger interest, but you know obviously. We're working with a blank sheet of paper here we really are. No. That was my John as well I took down myself. The mariners last year got off the real hot start on the first month month and a half, and then they just faded, but now it's. You know anybody can get hot. You know from like you said. The batter's to the team. for the is two months even, but but my question now is you know we've been talking about the virus and. But we. I. Don't know if it's really getting put on the back shelf. Though what are these players do with all this social justice stuff going on in this country and around the world have have or has major league baseball. Come out and said how they're gonNA. Handle that or they're going to allow players maybe to take the need. Those kinds of things What's your? What's your thought with all that? I haven't seen anything on that in terms of. Mike I can tell you that in the last three or four weeks at the major soccer leagues of Europe have reopened specifically the two big ones, Germany and England. And in all cases, players have taken a knee for. Seven to ten seconds before the initial kickoff I suspect that that will continue through the rest of the season whether Major, League baseball will do the same thing if it's if the decision that's been made. I certainly haven't seen it or read it or. been made aware of it, but I think for me political correctness standpoint. It's probably something that has to happen is going to happen and will happen. A Lot of different races in baseball the same way that there are a lot of different races and other professional sports. There's there's nothing unique about baseball from that standpoint so yes I think I think it will likely happen and I I think this is going to continue for quite some time until some of these issues are fully resolved, and we all know that things like this. Don't get resolved quickly. That's true. That's the voice of John Poulter professors. Sports comes to us all the way from Canada. Talking Baseball Right now John. Let me ask you this and I want to say I think the greatest thing and the worst thing about the return of baseball is that it's a sixty game season, and for all the reasons that you have said where you know teams that shouldn't be there could be there. Teams that should be there may not be there. It definitely provides for some A. Very interesting sprint and I think that the thing that. We're GONNA. Miss his the marathon because it's all about being able to produce for six months versus producing for two months. You know I I think it brings a lot of teams into the equation, but I also. It it takes them teams out of the equation as well and you know for different reasons that it's not about a sprint usually when we talk about baseball, it's usually about a marathon with that. All being said They are going to try to shorten the game a little bit. Do you like them putting a runner on second face if the game goes extra innings? No I think they're I think they're playing with tradition. I can understand the issue about the D. H. in both leagues, because clearly the schedule is going to be interleague as much as it is within your own league I did a rough calculation this morning and If they play each within their east, and West Sorry East national and East American and sort of one division I think you could play Ten ten games against your division rivals and four games against the eastern division from the other League or the Western Division, whatever division your in, and that would work out to thirty home games in Thirty Road Games. That's probably the way that it will. It will slice out. at at the end of the day we're going to see some new rivalries, which also might might be a positive, but. We're going to have some challenges here I mean let's let's face it We're GONNA. Have guys hanging around airports? We're GONNA. Have guys on airplanes, so we're GONNA have guys checking through customs if they come into Canada guys going through security the contact points are endless. They really are. Yeah I agree it's going to be very interesting to see if we wind up actually getting through any of this That's why I said be prepared. Start Stop maybe not finish and. I really think the likelihood of that is extremely great at this point so again I. I think we're playing with fire. Let's find out if we all get burnt right, John Yeah exactly and you know you talked earlier. about Florida and Texas and Arizona having spikes, and here's a pretty scary stat for you. Florida has a hundred and thirty three thousand cases with a population of twenty one point four million. Canada. Has Twenty thousand less cases at one hundred and three thousand, but has sixteen million more people at thirty seven point seven does that. Tell us at Florida's making a mistake. Does that tell us at? Canada's done a really good job on this probably a little bit of both. either set of numbers is tremendously scary. I I know that the population of Arizona's about seven point two million I'm not quite sure what the current. Rate of current pop positive viruses is You guys would be much more up-to-date on than I than I am, but I still think the ratio is probably a heck of a lot higher I mean we talk about to Canada being in a good situation at one hundred and three thousand, but let's be honest. That's one hundred and three thousand to any so. You know what's an acceptable level. I don't know they've never been through this before as I said before. This is a blank sheet of paper. Who deems what's acceptable and you know it's. It's scary. It really is. It is I. Agree it's It's troubling. It's scaring. Scary, it's dangerous. It's irresponsible we we can come up with all kinds of adjectives for what we feel that the current situation is, and you know what nobody's listening to us. John and Mike and We just gotTA continue to proceed with caution and make sure that we are safe. Make sure that we are keeping everyone around us safe and I hear the music that means. We gotta get the heck out of dodge. Appreciate your time as always John. We'll catch up next week. Yeah, my pleasure. Always guys stay safe and we'll chat next week. Absolutely John to a professor sports. Breaking it down does a fantastic job. I mean in all honesty. We can't do this safely and we're just trying to tell you be prepared because it's GonNa. Get scary. It's going to get really scary. We gotta take a break Mike Wilson Andy Dorf. It is the door font sports weekend edition. This is thor phone sports. I. Guarantee You this no problem. We are the debt destroyer network any debt. You have credit card tense student loan debt. Call now for free information that helps you destroy your dead. It's great advice, plus when you make this free call now we have debt. Destroyer experts ready to help. They can show you how to destroy your debt and get your life back on track debt. 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Extremely one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine, those are the digits hit us up on twitter from my pigs campaign in for me. It store funds sports, and just so you know Mike. I was just talking to myself, Bro. You didn't have to jump in I know. He felt obligated to help a brother out when you felt like I was in need, but but the truth is. We are extremely foolish as as a as a nation as a world as A. You can't do this safely and if you think you, can, you're you're fooling yourself. Now you can jump in Michael. Half brother. No I I. Want WanNa. Sit there, and and so you know you know or check that box. I mean even the baseball hall of fame, welcoming visitors again. I mean we're not only bringing back in the game. You can go to the history of the game if you want and that's kind of silly. You asked me as well so. I don't know. I don't think this country is fully grasped or certain segment of the country does not. All. Does not have not fully grasp the The gravity of the virus what it can do, and and what it can raise through a community, a person look. We've talked about a couple of times on the show very briefly I mean you. You've had to deal with this in a very personal way with your mom and you know all too well. What this can do, to individuals and the families and everybody around that so. Intelligence governments that we have. And I use that term loosely wise. And really takes this seriously I don't I don't think we the country whole will fully grasp and be able fully deal with what this virus has done. It will continue detail until we get something that can combat it. Yeah, no and I'm I'M GONNA go on a slightly different direction and I'm GonNa say that. As much as I. Appreciate as much as I feel the protesting of certain things that are happening. In Our world are. Extremely Necessary Mike. but In a global pandemic. I think that. It's. It's showing us that. People are putting their lives on the line at risk for a cause that they feel is greater than their own health. and. When you when you when you digest that for a moment and when you really think about it. It. It's. It's scary. Man It it, it's. I again I, I appreciate I, understand and I want people to have their rights and part of your right is getting out there and protesting. But I also want people to realize that when you are in large gatherings when you are out there and you are screaming and you are. Exchanging you know your? Whether you know you are? You're not you are that that's what's happening and you're breathing in other people's air that they may wind up have been. Sick or contracted this virus. You are putting yourself and you're putting your family at risk. So at what cost are you willing to go out there and protest? At what cost are you willing to go to games? At what cost are you willing to continue to put yourself and your family and people that you care about in harm's way? And Again I. I understand what people are doing is extremely important for change. But Mike. People are dying. People are getting sick. and. I would have to I would absolutely have to. Think in my head. That a lot of the new cases that we have seen. Are from people that were out marching for that purpose for that 'cause I am not saying they did something wrong. I am saying that they put themselves in harm's way. For something that they thought was more important than their own safety and their own health. I'm sorry man, but I i. don't understand that part of it. I understand the movement I understand the want to get out there and protest but I don't understand risking your health to do it. Can you explain that to me? I don't you know I think that might be above my pay grade here? Big Guy, but Once again I mean you and I are on the same page with a lot of stuff, same page with this pandemic and putting yourself or trying to avoid putting yourself In harm's way and you know you're talking about these people put themselves in harm's way. I mean we always gotta remember the doctors and nurses. The. Medical Tax all those people doing that and They're not. They're complete. They're complaining about the long hours and what it's doing, but you know. Let's not forget those truly heroes that are are doing that, but there nothing in this world that I treasure more than my own health. and you know and once again I understand just like you andy. What you know, the black lives matter movement is all about what they're doing. What they're. Trying to accomplish with their peaceful protests and I'm not talking about the rioters and looters obviously but the peaceful protests. of this movement. But you would have to pay me a lot of money. And and there's not money in the world that would make me go out into a large gathering and risk my health because if you don't have your health. You got nothing in my book. I mean that was something that that's always been drilled into my head's thousand. Guy You know back in Wilsonville, Oregon. You know my parents and stuff, so it's. It's just not something I'm wanting to risk. I haven't gone back to the Jim. I'm not getting on a plane anytime soon. I am keeping my you know what at home as much as I can but yeah I I couldn't risk my health or anything I. You know I I WANNA. See My. Kids get married graduate from College High School. That kind of stuff I don't WanNa miss out on that. If I! Put myself in harm's way. I'm putting that at risk, and that's just not something that I'm a risk. I think as extremely well, said man. You sound like a responsible. Father, a guy that knows his role in society a guy that understands that. He has to set an example for his own family and you know. Let that that's exactly what we've been doing. It's been I'm not gonNA. Say there hasn't been any resistance, but you know. What at the same time You've heard me say this before. I'm the president of my own. Katie's the vice president of our home, and we make the decisions for our family. And you know what sometimes it. It's easier than other times and we've had the struggles, but. At this moment in time I think everybody's completely on the same page and we understand that we're here for each other we need to. Take care of each other as well. We need to realize that there's something out there that we don't still don't have a lot of information about and at this point I. I'm just telling you if you're not. If you're not buying into what's happening, then you might as well just go hide out loud, underground somewhere and separate yourself because the more you put yourself out there. The more you put yourself at risk to catch this virus and spread this virus throughout your community so. That that's always been my my my biggest issue with this is that. When. Everybody was talking about being shut down and they can't do this. They can't do that. We were never really add a shutdown here in Arizona. I think now we're seeing the ramifications of that. You know. We've exploded over the last couple three weeks. As far as our cases go we've made news for all the wrong reasons whether it's the wildfires whether it's the cove nineteen. It's just it's really not a good look right now here in Arizona and I. I think you know we. We've talked about leadership. I think the lack of leadership throughout this this country is it's it's alarming. Mike it really is, and you know it. It starts at every level you know, and obviously it's at the top, but it goes from the top all the way down to your states to your communities nobody's on the same page with this I. think that's ultimately been the. Biggest issue in the biggest problem is that you got one person saying it's the worst thing the world, the next person saying. Oh, it's not that serious. You know you've got someone in the middle, so you? You just don't know what direction to go and again I. Think the direction that people should be airing on. The side of caution you. We don't have enough data. You can't believe people that are telling you. This isn't serious, and maybe it's not as serious as the people that are nutty about, but you know what I'd go with the nutty crowd on this one more so than the lax crowd Mike. Oh, yeah, like if if you are you know taking this. You know just like you're getting coffee in the morning Kinda thing then yeah, you got a problem and you know if if the statistics in terms of number of cases in this country and the number of deaths that best that meet had. do to the virus in this country. Don't alarm you. I mean you can ignore anything else, but you can't ignore numbers numbers numbers. Tell you what number Salvia and you're just living under or in some kind of weird denial than I just can't understand you know when you see you know. Approximately a hundred and twenty five thousand people die from this. You know were well over in in terms of cases. I haven't seen the last taste, but I know you know we'll. We'll wait out there. Well over a million and it's just. It just boggles my mind that there are people that they're getting their panties in the wide they're. They're clutching their pearls over having to wear a mask. Having to wear a mask. Where some people just I guess, that's the limit. That's the freedom. That they're just can't do it. This is different government overreach, but you know. You and I are just more level headed in my opinion, and just for educated been a lot of people. No I agree with that man and again call us crazy for airing on the side of caution but I'm not wanting to get this and I. Don't think you do as well so we gotta take a pause. We'll come back and wrap up this hour. He's Mike Wilson. I'm Andy, DWARF. It is the door for sports weekend edition. We'll be back. This is. Sports. Attention to anyone that's written a book. A wants to write a book. The process is not that complicated. Take a first step. Even if you write a page today, you build momentum and your book will become a reality. The hard part is getting it published. That's when you need to call page publishing. They've got hundreds and hundreds of thank yous from different new authors. Just like you. They make the process of publishing your new book and getting it sold online a simple process. 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In the sense of I guess there was no ill intention of the news being in bubble, Wallace's garage but with that being said I. do think it's just another way to bring light to the situation, and for people to understand that there is the social injustice. It's out there and again a little bit of a false alarm, but with that being said. I think it's ironic that this type of apparatus was found in bubba Wallace's garage. Right. Yeah, I. Mean it's. It's a little A little weird with that you know for me. It's still a new. Like what what Carnegie is, you know? Yeah, a little bit of false alarm the Ellen No. It's still a new, so you know that there's no, there's no place. For. Literally hanging around. Yeah, and I just think it's way too ironic. That had happened to be in trouble walls garage all right I know. We gotta take a pause for the cause. We'll do that. People our number two on the rise. Mike. Wilson Andy Dwarf. It is the door foxsports weekend edition. Where the rubber always meets. 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Bret Boone former Major League baseball player to talk about the return of Major League baseball the return of sports in general. It's coming. I don't think it's safe I. Don't really think it's GonNa work that well, but you know what. Let's prove the Dorfman wrong. Please and thank you. It would make me really happy and I. Know That would make Mike, Wilson happy as well. Mike how you doing brother. Doing Great Yeah I. Would they be happy? But also make me happy that none of these players that are putting themselves I kinda in the fire so to speak. Not only don't get it. Know I don't want any of that I just WANNA. Smooth transition I wanted college football I. WanNa see the NFL like. So you know there are things we gotta do, and and Takashi gotta take. What you want, and what may happen could be completely different, so let's hope it. Is a perfect world, and that perfect picture that you're painting. Keep a close everybody. Just get loose. 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A former major league baseball player Bret Boone now joins us to talk about the return of Major League Baseball Good Morning Brett. How are you buddy? Well I feel like L.. I'm excited. I'm a little nervous am. I've got a bunch of different emotions right now to be honest with you Brad because I am happy that the game is coming back I'm happy that sports are coming back, but I'm also saying to myself. This is a little scary. This is a little dicey because as we've seen from the testing of. Major League baseball NBA basketball all the different leaks. Guys are coming back and they're testing positive for the coronavirus which everybody says they expected. And I I don't I. Don't know if I believe that one hundred percent as far as them, expecting a bunch of people to have the coronavirus, but with that being said it is coming back I again. I'm excited, but I'm going to proceed with caution because I. don't necessarily think we start and finish this thing. Smoothly. We may start. We may stop. We may never finish. I don't exactly know but. I'm happy I'm excited because. We. Do have sports coming back and that is something for us to. Have a little bit of hope that something for us to be excited about. But I I I hope it I hope it goes smoothly. I really do Brett. How are you feeling about this? I think it's a it's something thrown and to the scenario. Kinda wild card. You know something that nobody's ever had to deal with before I. Think it's GonNa be tough enough with with sixty games sixty games so. Keeping your players healthy is gonna be a premium more so than any other year on record. you know in the past? If if if one of your big guys goes down, and it's a ten day dealer fifteen day deal whether that storm one hundred and sixty two game schedule you got sixty games and it's really important to keep those guys healthy, not only from injuries, but now you have that wild wildcard with the corona. And you know because of the regiment, and and how thorough major league baseball I know is going to be on on the testing and the protocol. I believe these guys are going to be tested every other day. So not only. Do you have the injury? You know that could impact the team, but now you've got the corona situation, so if two or three guys. Tested positive now. You know my understanding is if that happens You Quarantine and then you. You're not allowed to play until you test negative twice. It's GonNa. Be Really interesting you know, and it's The slightest thing going to the grocery store picking it up somewhere. At least likely places and you come in to get tested and all the sudden. You're positive that day, and you're kind of looking around. Like what did I do so I think it's a wildcard thrown into the scenario I. I think they're going to start I. Think they're gonNA finish? But you know it's GonNa. Be Interesting to see if you finished with the guys you started with you know depending on how this testing and how the Corona virus reacts as the summer goes on, and it's going to be interesting I. Don't want thing and we've discussed this before. Major League Baseball. With all the people going back to work in our country, and from CEO's to to schoolteachers, you name it across the board People that are employed They're all going to be taking precautions. They're all going to be doing things that their workplace right now. It's about the safest thing to be doing coming back to work I. Think would be being a major league baseball player. 'cause I just know how First Class MLB is how they're gonNA. Run it. they're gonNA. Have every precaution possible. They're They're going to have the best. Best Medical. Personnel on hand so there in about as good a hand as can be, but nobody's nobody's. Exempt from from getting this, so it's GonNa be an interesting summer and then see how it plays out. Now I think that you're. You're extremely right man. This this thing doesn't care who you are. Novak. Djokovic the number, one player or number two player in the world as far as men go. winds up contracting the virus, so it's extremely real. It's extremely serious. It doesn't care who you are. You could be the best athlete in the world, and it's coming for you that and by the way you're. You're listening to the voice of Bret Boone a former major league baseball player second basement during his career, three-time all-star four time, Gold Glover winner and a two time silver slugger award winner go ahead. Mike you want to jump in. I would you know? First of all the morning. Hope all is good. New Your family, but not always byways. Worry about you know the other social justice stuff going on in this country, and and I just wanted to get your take on. You know how Major League Baseball handle this. You know players taking a knee or doing. Another kind of peaceful protests with all of you know the black lives matter. All those kind of thing. How do you think Major League Baseball game to handle that? Well. It's going to be interesting and and with kid gloves I. Think just what everything's going on in the country You know personally from a player's standpoint. When I was a player, I keep my. My beliefs to myself when I'm on the field when I'm wearing my uniform I I. I represent I play baseball and I give you three. Three of the hardest hours I can play, and then I take my uniform off and I go about my life and I. Speak Up for causes I, believe in, and but that's my. That's my private life When I'm on the field, I stay away from all that It's GonNa, be interesting. You know and I don't speak for everybody. Everybody's an individual. They're all. They're all grown men and they're going to do what they wanna do I think. Man Once again. It's unchartered waters. And I think. Ultimately whatever happens in major league baseball, as far as as people speaking out the fans will ultimately decide whether they liked her. They didn't and that will reflect not only this year, but years to come. Now I agree. I think it's it's one of those things where. All. This stuff is so unchartered we we don't know what's going to happen with the game if it's GonNa, wind up starting finishing starting, stopping, finishing starting, stopping and not finishing. With the black lives, matter movement I. I would assume that we're going to see players taking a stand whether it's something on their jerseys whether it's them taking a knee. There's going to be some sort of unity I think that the players will ultimately be together on this I. I really do Bellamy. Ask you this because I. It's such a weird dynamic right. I mean sixty game sprint. Whereas normally. We have this six-month marathon and it's about. The survival of the fittest to a certain degree, but it's also about being able to to last, and how this longevity of of getting through a marathon season. I I love it and I hate it off the same time and I, think you'll understand where I'm going with this. I think that a short season brings a bunch of teams into play. That maybe wouldn't be into play normally because they won't be able to withstand the the six months that they have to be good for so if you only have to be good for two months, could we have a season where? The completely unthinkable winds up happening. You know and I'm just throwing this out there like the marlins playing the Tampa Bay rays for the world series. You get my point. Could we have something so bizarre where a team that normally would be completely out of the mix is in the mix this year and a team like. Just using this off the top of my head, a team like the Yankees we know can win one hundred games with their eyes closed. If they get out of the gates and their slow I, I mean honestly how crazy your could this be. Well I, think I think you make a good point. I. I think it's virtually impossible for a mediocre team to be standing at the end of the season. That's just not going to happen now. Some some five hundred, some five hundred ball clubs on a normal year, because of this sixty games, and they and they stay corona free and they stay. And they stay injury-free Could they make a run? Sure One of the one of the teams lower on the ledger, one of the the Like I said I think the word is perfect. A Mediocre team and Major League Baseball I. HE GOT Sixty Games. Yes, you could put yourself in position. Have a chance. But, but then you gotta get to the postseason, and there's a lot of landmines in the postseason, and you're just going to be a mediocre team and to be able to get through all those landmines to get to the world series. Let alone when the world series so now I see that as a very very low percentage chance of a team. That's not very good to be standing in the end doesn't mean they can't. They can't make it exciting. When in a normal year it wouldn't be an exciting run for that particular city once again I. Think this this this cove it. Is really a wild card. Who's who knows if it pops up all the sudden you see you know. California Angel. Were positive. Well, that was exactly. No I with you. We gotta take a quick break. We're GONNA. Continue the conversation with Bret Boone former Major League baseball player on the other side. Keep close everybody Mike. Wilson Andy Dwarf. It is the door font sports weekend edition. This is Dorfman sports. Most of us like to be out in the Sun. That's my sunscreen and other safety measures are key to protect your skin from aging and cancer. 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We I think we were discussing. Basically you know the the teams that have a chance to teams that don't have. Go ahead, so go ahead. Well I guess I, just think. You can, this isn't I. Don't think it's rocket science. What's GonNa, come down to now it anytime you know, and I use the angels as an example just there in my backyard. It's like. What if they came into the yard one day and you know eight ten guys tested positive all of a sudden. Wow, that might be half starting lineup, so that changes the whole dynamic of your team and your chances going forward and I say the could be any team could be multiple teams that have that, so it's definitely going to be something different a an enemy that you haven't had to fight before you know using for for a team going forward. You gotTA. Have you know a great team? And you gotTa Have Dept. The depth will will take care of the injuries that the guys that get ganged up through throughout the season of gotTa Miss Ten days here ten days there, but if you got that good depth, you can weather those storms all of a sudden now. Not only do you have to worry about the injury that you have to worry about this? Kobe and I just think it's something we'd never dealt with. It's GonNa. Play out. It's going to be you know she is. We go type thing, but it's definitely going to be a factor. I think in this season, and and how everything shakes out, so should be really interesting, talking about just the regular season. I think it goes off and Major League Baseball Rolls. This outright rolls out really. Good format. I think you could be a great year. You know you've had all this back. And forth from the last two three months with the union and the owners Fans are fans and they just WanNa see their favorite team. And I think we get back to this. They roll it out. They are going to roll it out. Good these. He got the best players in the world going at it. It's going to be sixty games. Not Everybody's going to like that, but it's GonNa. Be Very entertaining. It's GonNa be exciting, and you're going to have a great postseason exciting postseason, and you're going to create a world series champ. you know I said this on a show earlier. It's Yeah, of course, it's going to be different. There's going to be an asterisk quiet, but I'll tell you if I if I'm from a guy that's that's played a long time and got a chance to go to one world series and ended up losing. I'll take that ring this year I'll take the sixty game ring, and you guys can debated. All you want about how. It is or how not just. It's GonNa. Be Fun Season I. Think it's going to be a good show. And and I think it's going to be good, not only for the country and for the world. But it's GonNa be good for. Baseball going forward into the two thousand and twenty one collective bargaining agreement. It gets essential that this is successful and. Has a lot of excitement in the fans are happy at the end of the day. It doesn't matter. It's what the fans thing. If the world series is is is a great world series, and and we get a winner, and the fans are excited about it. This whole, this whole thing will be a home run. Ultimately, it sounds to me like what you're saying is. The winner of this whole thing were baseball comes back whether it was forced, or whatever however however came back the ultimate winner, which it should be in my humble opinion. I think we're all going to agree on. This will be the fans. The Fan is going to get what they want. They have baseball back. Yeah, they can't go in the stands, but they get to watch their favorite sport on TV. They get to root for their teams. And like you said sooner or later, someone's going to be crowned World Series Champ and with all that being said. I've got ask you your thoughts on what they plan on doing with games that go into extra innings by putting a guy on second base. I think that you have to be creative in these times, so with that being said, do think baseball is being creative enough, and do you like the creativity of putting somebody on? Second base in extra innings to to make the game. Go a little faster. Does that hurt the tradition of baseball? Well I. Don't know if it helps at all over it hurt. I don't see any reason for. Can you please give me a reason why we need to put a round second go to little league rules, so the California rules the reason we do that in in travel ball for the twelve and thirteen year olds is because we've got a tournament with twenty teams, and there's only six fields in the next. Teens gotta get on the field. So. If it's a tie game Yankee Stadium. What's the hurry do? What's the time restraint? Are The brewers coming on the field next? We need to be done in the next half hour I. Don't understand the reason for it so jealous. Someone explained to me what the reason is for the time restraint. 'cause we need to save time. I don't understand. Why is this different than any other season, or is this just something? They WANNA do in the future to cut down on time. I don't know I. I'm not a big fan of changing rules I. Think a lot of the rule changes have been a detriment to the game I do like if you of the rule changes. I I. I like the instant replay on the fair foul home run I liked the Bang Bang play at first base that determines the outcome of the game I liked that being reviewed, but but the you know I'm I'm an old I'd like you know. Part of the game is taken that guy out at second base. That's what makes a great second baseman. A great second basement I like to play at the plate when the when crush the catcher I like that that's been the game for a hundred years and all of a sudden. It's not I understand. There's there's a lot of money out there and a lot of capital on these players, so as an owner I understand protecting your product, but I think it takes a little bit away. I don't understand the fake to third. Throw to first. Let's eliminate that for. For what because I do it once every three days and it takes twenty seconds. I don't understand, I don't understand the just put him on Bass instead of having to throw the four balls, because if you watch games on the intentional walk is what I'm referring to. If you want throughout the course of the season one time somewhere, somehow, they're gonNA screw that intentional. Walk Up, and they'RE GONNA lose the game. That's a wild card in the game baseball that needs to stay, so that's the view. I'm coming from so to put this runner on second and and Kinda. I Dunno little leagues it up a little bit for me, so I'm not a proponent, but guess what the people making the rules in two thousand and twenty really don't care what breath has about their new rule. I. I like the fact that I just got you extremely fired up Brad in. For a guy that was saying you know you didn't think messed with the tradition. It sounds to me like it definitely messes with the tradition and the rules of baseball and I got news for you. Man I! Am with you. One hundred percent I think a little league it up a little bit here and this. These guys are the big boys. Why do that and we do have someone that's listening to us and Jim and taxes? This is what he said he says. I'm listening to you, guys. Tell Brett. They're doing this because they're trying to limit the amount of time. People are around each other to protect against the virus, and my my answer to Jim. That's telling us that. If that was really the concern, then we will be going back to playing baseball or any of the other sports in general so I I almost think that that that argument gets thrown out the window and like you're saying what's the difference about five or ten minutes and I also got to ask you. Why do you always pick a Milwaukee brewers? When we talk about baseball? You're always somehow you figure out a way to pick Milwaukee brewers. Handy calls me as I got a brewer symbol. In my brain I have no idea but I. don't necessarily think I was picking on them. They were just the next team to come onto the field in this thirteen year old round Robin Games Yeah. It's all good another touchy brewers Fan. Threat always a pleasure talking to you. My friend have a great rest of your day. We'll catch up with you next week. Thanks. Fred Thune Man. 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I know what I stand for immigrate family man have great values core values basketball stuff is a game at the end of the Royal Listening Dorf on sports here on your favorite. Now here's an. Did that guy really just compare himself to Martin? Luther, King! Come on now. You can't do that. I'm sorry man I mean. I got a lot of love for you, but you are not am okay, Bro, you're not an okay man I'm sorry. Welcome back, everybody. It is the door font sports. We can't addition Mike, Wilson and Dwarf, hanging out with you always get at us a couple of different ways Holler at US call us one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine, hit us up. Follow us on twitter for Mike. It's pigskin opinion for me. It's going to be dwarf on. Sports can always check us out on. The social media's well It's door Fon sports on facebook gets the real door sports on instagram and. We got to address a little bit of the NBA. And what's happening there? We got to address a little bit about what's going on in the NFL because they're getting together and practicing guys like Tom Brady and his teammates, and the NFL's trying to push him back on this stuff. Here's the point man. If you'RE GONNA, get together and you're gonNA. Work out with people quit putting it out there. Like how stupid are people man? If you WANNA go break rules if you WANNA get together, leave your damn phone in your pocket. Leave your damn phone in your bag. quit taking pictures taken videos quit being so stupid. I'm sorry, but that's just the truth. Mike Wilson and my Google's is reacting to me because it's getting excited as well so look. Stupidity that's that's a common theme right now, Mike Stupidity. YOU'RE NOT GONNA get much argument for me. In terms of stupidity yeah me, who leave their. Own Cameras Whatever you know at home and and stop filming this, but you know some of the you know. The media is is keen to game they're. They're taking helicopters flying over high school fields and parks looking. You know looking for these people as well so out that. one way or another. It's going to get out the players. The NFL players are working out and you know something we haven't really talked about. Is The college football season? you know and how? That's all GonNa, that's all going to shake out. Because just about every power five conference is back in some some form or fashion now I know that the big twelve Kinda, Different schools in the big twelve have have kinda. Shut it down a little bit more than than other teams. We all know that the SEC they're just. They're going forward. Because why because they're the SCC and they just do what they do. Tax well as a whole different ball lacks to California schools. Aren't there aren't back I? Don't think they're practicing. No, the the the Oregon schools are practicing, but it's kind of a modified. Kinda practice in Corvallis and Eugene Washington Washington Washington state as their team out there Washington was a bit more delayed with their reaction. So you know once we get to this college football season and then I mean you're GonNa have some states where you're just not practicing, and that creates an unfair You know advantage for other teams in other states that are more open, then say California you know, so it's it's just GonNa. Be Really interesting to see how all this football whether it's college whether the NFL plays out because it is a violent contact, you're not. Social distancing kind of sport You know whether you know on a Saturday afternoon or Sunday afternoon. All right so just just listened to like what you just said. Okay Man! I mean and then think about. How impossible this whole thing is okay, you just said to me. Well you know certain parts of the country are spiking. Certain parts of the country aren't spiking, so here's what happens, man, right? It's everything goes in trends, sports going trans. You have good teams. Bad Teams certain teams are good for a long time. Certain teams are bad for a long time, okay? But with what you're saying, it's the same dude except we're talking about proximity. We're talking about where you may be your current location. Right so currently. It sucks in Arizona. It sucks in Texas. It's in Florida and here's my point to that. Bro Is that we're talking about to places that are in the South West, and then we're talking about a place that is on the other side of. The country. So what I'm really trying to save you is. There is no rhyme or reason for where this thing will spike up other than when you take people out of one place, and then you put them into another place. It's going to spike up, so there's no way to make this work. If you take right now, it looks great and Wisconsin okay. There's not much happening Wisconsin. The cases are really low. Okay, we'll all the sudden. Wisconsin becomes a place that we should bring all these. These teams to and then what happens then Mike everything spikes up and Wisconsin gets crazy. Oh, well, you know what? Hey, now it's great in Arizona. Let's push everybody back out to Arizona now the Games gotta take place out. There I'm sorry, but this is just stupidity on every single level. Man It just because it's OK. In one part of the region doesn't mean it's going to be okay and another part of the region like. Dude, what are we doing? I guess that's my question. What the hell are we doing? You don't know either do you? Got Nothing to say to me. Do you nothing to say because? What we're doing is absolutely insane. This is in my humble opinion. If you think about this, okay think about this for a second, Mike. What is the definition of insanity. It's doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. All were doing here is doing the same thing, so we switched. Shut things down and now we're going to bring things open because we just have to. We just have to bring things open now. Nothing has changed if anything's changed, it's gotten worse. What we're doing makes no sense. I'm sorry, but that's my opinion. That is what I feel. It makes no sense where justice siding to carry on and move on because. Because money is more important than health. Money is more important than safety. It's it to me, I I really sit here and I wonder what the Hell we are doing as people. Why in the world are we putting people in harm's way. Do you have any answers, Mike. Have you got the answers for me? No you don't. You don't have any answers so still well. Look good. If I had the if no, if I had the answers. You know I'm not place a better to vegas on that. And make some money but look. The. It's. All you gotTA. Do is to say out loud. That money is more important than our health. And just let that ruminate inside your brain. Yeah the Almighty dollar. The the green is more important than you staying alive and stay well. You know and if we need anything, Sake, and if you say yes to that. You know look. Don't hang around me because I'm on the other side of the fence on that one. Might help it when he more important than than money. Okay so we're getting some good comments from people by the way and I'm GonNa Continue Jim Jim in Texas. This is what he says. Okay says money is definitely a big part of it. Okay, and he says what we're trying to do is prevent insanity because people are tired of looking at their own walls all day and look I. I understand that I can appreciate that I. Get it okay, but. As I'm saying this. My girlfriend is looking at me like I'm insane and she's. How crazy are these thoughts that people come up with? And and she says if you're not alive, then you don't have your wealth and I. That's what I've been preaching, Mike is that? If, you don't have your health, you can't have any wealth. It doesn't make any difference, and are we going to go out? and Are we going to do these things you and I personally know man I'm not going to games right now. I can cover games, not games. You can cover games now being again so. That that's the beauty of what we do now. I mean quite frankly that that is the beauty of it, so is my life. GonNa Change all that much right now. No I'm going to continue doing what do. Are there people that? That exact look Jim Jim, said it again. He says mental health is is part of this as well I agree with him that that I agree one hundred percent. Mental Health is definitely part of this. Okay, so with that being said, go outside. Take a take a hike. Take a walk. Go play some tennis because. That happens to be one of the safest exercise is one of the safest things you can do right now for the social distancing is called the door man and try to figure out how you can set up some time with me to play some tennis. Mike not not even kidding like I'm kind of kidding, but I'm not kidding. Because you can social distance on the tennis court very easily, and and you can keep your sanity by getting out there. You can watch your mental health. Look I I understand that I am one hundred percent in agreement with that mental health is definitely a huge issue right now so. Take care of yourself by getting out for hikes. Getting out with your friends, your family, I should say not necessarily your friends 'cause. You gotTA. Keep that to a minimum as well. Get Out with your dog. Did do things like that? Get in touch with yourself is what I'm saying Mike. Yeah, just go out and you know. Just because we have Kevon doesn't mean you just. Not Walk Outside and like they take I take a walk or even. Go play tennis with you. You know which you know. I played tennis with you. It'd just be the ugliest thing known to mankind, but the the one thing that I. That I, just don't understand and I know I, said it before and I know I've said it today. If you got your health. You got nothing and like you said. If you know if you don't have your your health, you got no well. So It's really put a spotlight. On our society, especially in this country of what we value, what we think is important, and in some of those things that a lot of these people in this country think are important to me. They're just not that. Not that important anymore because now we have, we have something that can kill you. regardless of age, and it's just one of those things where I just. Yeah and I'll say it again if you're not. If you don't get your health, you got nothing. We'll and and this is the last comment that I'll I'll read from Jim because he keeps writing comments and we appreciate. Any and all participation, he says being alone with no one to see nothing to watch that you're interested in is tough again. Man I. I feel. I feel gyms pain. We all feel gyms, pain, and what he's saying makes a lot of sense, but. What I've done in these trump troubled and tough times is my girlfriend and I. We get out for hikes. We get out. We walk the dog. you know we go up north? We spend some time together. Just you gotta figure out different ways to keep yourself going and to get your mind off of what's happening and I understand. Sports are a huge break from reality for all of us I get it I totally get it and you know what I want him back. But at what cost and how safe is it really going to be I know we gotta take a break for the final time we'll do that. We'll come back and wrap things up like we always do parting shot time. Keep it close. Everybody Mike Wilson. Andy Dwarf. It is the door sports. We can a dish. Attention to anyone that's written a book. A wants to write a book. The process is not that complicated. Take a first step. Even if you write a page a day, you build momentum and your book will become a reality. 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Now, what's cracking welcome to episode one hundred and thirty two general podcasts, my guest this week, or Jimmy Connors and his son Brett together they host the advantage, connors, podcast, and pomp to how both of them sitting together and taking a break from. There's in order to do mind this week Jimmy. Of course is legend. He won eight Grand Slam titles. He also held. Held the world number one spot for total of two hundred and sixty eight weeks. He's still has the record for most open era tournament wins ever. Jimmy's got stories for days and Brent ads, the perfect color and perspective as somebody who grew up all around it, so let's get this thing started episode. One hundred and thirty two is coming at you right now. Jimmy bread is so good to have both on the. Jimmy let me start with you. It's been a little while since I got caught up, but you and Brett have busted out with your own podcast. It's called advantage connors. Jimmy at this point in your life. You can do whatever the hell you want. Why did you want to jump into this space? And what are you looking to do with your platform? Jimmy Yeah you Jimmy. Yeah thanks for bringing that up I. I always you know. Kinda wanted to do something and on the radio or You know to have a voice and talk about tennis and a lot of a lot of Things that go on over the course of not only my day, but everybody's Day and And bread and I were sitting around. I guess a bread. Correct me if I'm wrong I think it was during the Australian Open and all of a sudden. He says you know. Why don't we sit down and talk a little bit about gambling and which is starting to come into tennis now a little bit, and and start talking about the Australian Open and the odds. And who do you think's going to win? WHO's a Dr Cars and We kinda sat down and talked about it and filmed it a little bit and You know came up with You know a pretty good project so You know it's fun. It's fun for me, but To do, but it's more fun than I. Get to do it with Brad. and he, he's on his own down in San, in Santa Monica and and you know I. Don't get to see him as much as I'd like. This is kind of brought us together a little bit more and you know so I can see him, and and also you know. Hear his views because you know his time around tennis with you know his businesses in production and and and for tennis and. He watches more tennis than anybody, so he kind of keeps me up the day when I'm falling behind. Let me. Just jump in. I gotta ask you because I want to know what it was like not only growing up with Jimmy. Connors is your dad, but Illionis dos your godfather, because it sounds cool shit, was it? Oh Yeah! I mean definitely cool. You know I think everybody knows. Those guys are all their antics on the court. And then the personality and the bad boy stuff, but you know to me growing up, he was just dad was just just my pops, and that was just uncle nasty, and I didn't even know why you know. His name was uncle nasty. Little bit older. but yeah man. I mean it's just It was great I had a kind of a privileged childhood growing up around all those guys able to travel them the part of the tour. And have that during my upbringing and I think you know it's benefited me and my career, doing stuff and tennis production and. Being able to do this with POPs. It's been really cool. Just because you know. He's Kinda, got the the old school on lockdown, and he knows all the old players and the old styles and everything, and then I'm able to kind of. You know bring bring the new school and a little bit of what's going on day. I think it's a good mix. Listen I love this Jimmy I. Don't want this down. One loses point because I think that. When you say what you said about Brad I. Get this because I've got a couple of teenage sons right now, and I literally can't wait until they're old enough for me to throw back a couple with them. Because I know it's GonNa. Be Great Time now. That bread is a little bit older. What's it like to hang with him and then to collaborate on a project like this with your son? Hang I'm learning things. you know I'm. I've been kind of away for a while Jim and and You know to to get back into it and. You know get the feel of You know really a ten, not only just tennis, but you know the way things really are and and I I've kind of kept mostly to myself over the last number of years, and and enjoyed that, but you know hanging with Brat and you know I I'm not afraid to say it reg forty. And and you know time. Hey, that's okay. You know. Time has passed very quickly and. For me I look back and you know I was traveling an awful lot while he was growing up, and even though my family was able to come with me quite a bit i. Did Miss a little bit along the way and and So you know catching up and and figuring a lot of things out you know from now from then till now has been great, but you know breadth is He's modern, day, and in in more things than just tennis, and and You know to to sit down and talk with him and to get his views, and you know, get a different perspective in a in a different understanding of you know the way, a lot of things are and then so as you know, it's good for me because he keeps me up to date, and you know keeps my mind sharp, and you know with the being under quarantine. That's a that's been an important thing to try to find a way to keep busy, and he certainly has kept me busy. You know bread I can just tell the affinity and the love and. And the respect you guys have each other. It's very obvious like Brett one of my favorite topics. Is this whole notion of nature versus nurture like you said you had a privileged upbringing. POPs came up gritty e saint. Louis I'm kind of curious like your dad like Jimmy was running on some crazy rocket fuel his whole career like a bottle that stuff it'd be the best thing ever. Jimmy was so fierce I'm kind of curious we do you think that's nature or nurture for instance? When you came out, we hard wired the same way. How much of that bread is environment and culture like? Do you have that same fire on your God that he did? Yeah I mean I definitely think i. have some of it in me? I'm Super Competitive Do I grew up playing golfing and some tennis when I was younger. But I think I'd have to say. Maybe it's a little more I. Don't you know what I mean? I think just being around him and. Absorbing his way of attacking thing and looking at things and the way you know how hard he worked hardy practice and You know I used to go train with them. When know when he was in the off season. I go run these hills with them when I was, you know nine ten eleven years old it halfway up the hill, and he just keeps going leaves me, and it does. You know so. You know I think it's a little bit of both, but I think I picked up a lot of it just from being around him so much I traveled a lot with them probably a lot more than most kids, my age or able to and you know I think some of definitely rubbed off. Jimi you of course one hundred and nine ATP events eight Grand Slams you a top ranked player in the world, but you've been really clear about this that the best weeks of your entire career involved a tournament that you didn't win. Of course that was ninety one US Open for those who do not know or remember the extraordinary circumstances Jimmy those two weeks. Why were they the most memorable of your career? I think most of those the one thing that really stands out from those two weeks Jim is is is the noise that the crowd made? and and that's that's. Right, these rich guys suck and none of them could play while the whole thing went on Jim. I mean it was an incredible thing and home and I said Yeah. I'm back home. You says you're seeing me tomorrow at nine o'clock. And I said you just got home. He says you're finished. If you don't come in, you can't play. I, said you. You're not you're you? Don't WanNA. Go play like that. You're not you're yourself. You're not playing up your own expectations so I went in and and and he went in I went into see him. He went in my wrist and You know tried to find out what was wrong. And and I I was awake. Well it well. The whole thing went on Jim I mean it was incredible thing and. Talking to him, and and after after about an hour and twenty five minutes, he says I got a close up now. You can't you can't. You can't be like this for any longer. He closed up and I'll never forget the words he said he says is, says either gonNA. It's either gonNA work for for the rest of your life, or you'll be done in five minutes. And you know that's that was a little. Little heavy. And you know, but it was right so I mean I I. I went home and and was depressed. Was Down I. Mean everybody else's out training and playing tennis? And you know which was my job? which is what I WANNA do and You know so I. I really didn't You. Know didn't figure out anything for for weeks. And until until Dr Dot finally knocked on my door because I know he'd been talking to my wife Atty and just you came in, and he says this is unacceptable. You says get up. Get Out, and he says because of this works. I'M NOT GONNA. You know, go in and take a chance on. You know doing all this having to be successful and you'll be outta shape. So you know I got up and you know we went over and and he started training with me. and. Got Me up every day and and you know work into it, and you know the the more the more I did it. The better shape I got into the more. My mind got right and until. He finally told me after. Let's see I think it was like eight or nine weeks. He says he says I'M GONNA. Change your cast and he says I want you to go hit on a backboard. You know or or have bret Aubrey throw your balls like you know when when I first began as a beginner, and and that's the way I got back into. It it was. It was an incredible experience. I mean do what I want to go through it again. No! I waste of the year and you know everything else. It then I had to go through to do that, but the the experience to get me through there. I I knew then just how precious that time was. You know that to give up a year especially at that age, you know. I was in my late thirties, thirty eight something like that than to have to give up a year then. You know was was A. it was a total waste. And and to be able to go out and play again I was not going to let that go by if I was able to play and and. From the very first day, the DOC I'll be out there I. sent me on my mind got straight and I had one goal, and that goal was that if I could go, play was to Jamaica. Make some noise that the US Open and I played. The French had some success played Wimbledon had a little success, but you know once I got to the US Open. I felt. If you know if I could win a match or so, I get stuck in the tournament, maybe I could make a little noise and A little noise you know came my way, which was which was pretty good. It's amazing Jimmy. The thing I'm struck by with that story is at that age thirty eight. Given what you've already accomplished. You didn't need to do that. You didn't need to put yourself out there. You go through the pain, the Rehab the surgery, but then again. That's always been your entire life. You did exactly I was GONNA. Go there answer that for me. Why did you have to do that? Well? I I didn't want to be told to go. You know if I was GONNA leave I had to go out on my own terms, and and know that that I did everything I could to to get back into to try to be what I thought I could be. and and if I wouldn't have had that surgery and I did just accept that you know we kind of just kind of gone away with a whimper That wasn't my style. You know if I was going to go. I. You know I had to go. You know trying everything to to get back and and You know once Once I hit that I ball once. I played that my first match coming back and I got hammered. You know no, no, it wasn't a problem I wasn't there to. You know to win. I was there to experiment You know to to to figure out if if I kept going and got a little stronger and what I had to do to you know to make the risk better, you know I I was willing to try anything in at thirty eight. You know you look at that and you say you're not. And but you know I live my life and played my tennis being nuts. And and there was no time to stop now because you know, my time was running out anyway and and to to have one last shot. You know it I'll I'll I'll never forget you know when I when I got the through. One of those matches my my friend Nostalgia was watching and and He He came up afterwards and he says he and it's. Been told many times, but he told me he says you got what everybody else wants Jimmy. And I didn't know what he meant. But, but he says you. You've got one more chance, right? And and and you know. How. You know what he's saying that you know how how do I? Do I. Step around that and say well. Yeah, that's you. Give Up, no, really there was no no give up, and then it was just let everything out. You know hope for the best never give up. Your whole thing was if it takes five hours seven hours ten hours. I'm leaving this court until they drag me off the court so all this work Jimmy and you set it up because you wanna make some noise in new. New York and you go to the US Open and hilarious in a way you drop Patrick McEnroe in the first round, giving your history and rivalry with John, that was kind of curious, but then all of a sudden and Jimmy again the epitome of not dead can't quit, but then you suddenly down two sets to none to love two sets down three love in the third. What are you thinking in that moment? I know you've never given up on anything. But truthfully. What were you thinking in that moment well? You know the things happened so quick that you know I said all I need 'cause I wasn't playing tennis I was playing some pretty damn good tennis, and and know it at that time just getting beaten. and so I figured that you know one one something has got to happen here to change this whole the this whole momentum whether it was. You know a shot or a fan or a call or you know something was going to have to switch some of the momentum, and and you know to be honest with you I. Wish I could remember go back and figure out what that was because I. Don't remember, but you know all the sudden. You know my my whole mindset, my whole attitude, my whole game changed. It because it had to. Because you know it'd being down that far. I mean it was you know in doing what I was doing was not going to win that match. So once my my game changed I. became more aggressive I became more confident in my shots. I became. I became what I always was because it's Kinda, it seems kinda crazy to say that, but but I finally found that feeling of what it was like to be me. and you know that if that wants that caught on then then I felt that just staying there and keep Ryan and you know. I made a living off of being a grinder, and and you know got into it and got stuck into it and I got more confidence. You Know Patrick might have felt a little bit of the pressure coming his way and. You know I ended up you know coming out on top six four in the fifth, but Yeah I mean it. It was it was a story beginning to to Alaska had run, which led to the most amazing two weeks of your career like bread Jimmy. Sent you and your mom and your sister home. You guys were not there for that, so you're at home. Are you watching this? What were you thinking? We'll POPs was down two sets of love. Three Oh. Yeah Def definitely was watching He's his home the week before interesting story, if you. Got a second, please he. He played the Hamlet Cup, which was a tournament that that happened a couple of weeks before the US. Open you know one of the prelims and he won a couple round I can't remember what round it was, but he I think he drew Stefan Edberg and like the quarters something like the quarters I think that's right he's. He's upset and maybe even up a setting break and then all of a sudden. He stops doing what he's been doing the whole match. And I'm like I'm looking. I'm like what the hell you know what's going on? You know you know. He's been dominating Edberg the top two or three player at the time. And he ended up losing the three sets. And then we're driving back in in the limo back the city to New York. And I'm like what happen. You know like you had a suburb made the semi. and. He's just sitting there. Almost with this kind of calm look on his face now like kind of just telling me like it's okay. It's all good you know, and now that I look back what he was doing, you know he was testing his game. You know he was up a set in a break on top through player. No, in in I, think what he wanted to do is make sure his game was okay. You know and then he didn't WanNa waste all the energy by making another round or making the finals. You know he was saving himself. The US Open you know so much his. Year and a half before that had been focused on the US Open. And so he figured he had his game was an order. You know if you can get up the set and a break on the top three player. Then you know, he's definitely ready to play the US Open. So. That always sticks out in my mind that you know two weeks before he was already thinking about. You know this first round opponent see it's. It's a great story because Jimmy you never. That's the thing like I mean like any other great athlete. You'RE GONNA go out there and get hammered sometimes. Not Prepared. I mean never ever not prepared. And I talked to Kurt Warner Today on my radio around, and I think both you guys can really relate to this Jimmy especially. You Kurt was talking about how he's loved. He loved the film work. He loved the mental game. He loved think his way through a game and I know you love to think your way through around around a matching to figure it out if I were to ask you Jimmy. What was your strongest tool then? Was it your game? Was it your mind or was it your heart? yeah, right right. Yeah, I I I I feel that the intangibles are one thing that you know especially in ten. Don't get enough credit. You know if you look at the game I mean. They're everybody plays great tennis. They hit the ball well, and and but it's it's Those who have you know the the will the strong mind and the heart the guts and you know and You know to to understand what it's like. When you get in a situation, you know how to handle it out to go about it. You know. Don't waste your energy. Don't waste your time. You know everything is done for a purpose and You know you asked me you know what was good. Certainly you know to to win tennis matches and especially Grand Slam tournaments which are two weeks so. You know playing three out of five sets. You've got to be doing everything well. playing the game and and and being a good mental state, but. If, you leave out that that that intestinal fortitude. You know what you have inside that you you can, that can never be let out left left off the table because you know when you got somebody who's got. That is willing to go out there and stay in play five six hours with you. No matter what you know, that wears on the other guy as much as wearing on. You know what would wear on me and but I was prepared for it. And you know you know. I hate to give you a flip an answer that yeah was all three, but you know to especially at at you know getting later on in life and missing a ill in my career, and and missing a year before you know I I. I had to to adjust. You know to go into that tournament if I was going to. Stay in play into the second week and I did a few things very well and and was able to Bide my time well on the courts, I became more aggressive, and and didn't stay so much on the baseline, so I tried to get into the net a little bit more. But. What I had inside. I wish. I. I wish I still had that in a lot of things. I missed that. and and and I wanna you know I I love the rocky movies, Jim and you know anything that has to do with sports, but there was one line. In the last rocky. and he was gonNA. Just go in and and and I. Remember Him saying he says. Sometimes I just can't breathe. Because because it's down there, because you never really get get that out of your system. You know and and to to you because you missed the. The training and you missed the travel. You missed the matches you miss. The glory missed the you know the getting hammered. You know to you miss all that you know in sometimes in in unless you are lucky and and I have been very lucky because I was able to to play you know until I was fifty so I got it all out of my system, but if I wouldn't have been able to come back and play after that rich rich surgery, I would have had that in me. That that I can't breathe because I wouldn't have gotten it out of my system. And I'll never you know I go back to that line because it's true and and To have that in a movie, because you usually wouldn't hear that from somebody unless they were one of the guys out there doing the grinding in playing and being one of the players, but it was in a movie, and I've never heard anybody else. Say it that way, but but I could identify with that because it's a you know walking away from something that you put your you know your, put your whole life into, and and you're being to be the best at something in all the sudden, it comes to an end. And and you know sometimes that stuff to take and and a lot of. These young athletes today. I, hope they understand that you know this could be over in the blink of an eye also. That things happen and and you know so appreciate every day, and in work at it every day and give it your best every day. Because when it's over, it's over. And there's no. There's no going back and saying I. Wish I could take that again. So. You have to live with that and and my my My what is I? Don't have one what if and that and that's pretty good for my mental state parts amazing. What a powerful message so Brett! You ultimately picked Gulf over tennis. So, what was it like playing golf? With you dad on the way up. And what was it like the first time you beat him on the golf course? yeah, I played tennis till I was about thirteen fourteen, and I tried to play both sports for a year in high school. It was too much. So I was definitely better golf I went with the golf and you know. He took me every day. Pick me up from school. You know once you know once. He was a little once he was done on tour and we'd go hit balls and play nine holes before dinner. You know and he would always beat me. beat me. beat me and. I can't remember how old I was. Maybe you know for fourteen something like that, you know I finally beat him and You know part of me was excited. The part of me was almost like you know Oh, you know. A Lot I beat him. Feel sad or something like that and you know I looked over, and you know he was more proud of my accomplishment than I. was. You know so that just seemed like something that's instilled from him from his mom I think she was probably similar when she taught him tennis and Kind of have the same story with him. When he beat her the first time, you didn't take him long to baby. He's a little modest gem. It didn't take him long. He's you know he'd learned right from the very beginning and you know took took the lessons and you know had had everything from the basics down Ellie and learned it the right way and there's there's no substitute for that You know it was like you know me with the tennis. I got the good basics early. And then you're GonNa go on and spread your wings wings and do other. And move on and try to become better, and that's exactly what he did, and and You know all through high school. He got nothing but better, and and it was fun. You know when he take me along with him. Saying you know on play with me once in a while, dad and you know it was kind of a fun for him to still you know tag along and get in the Games but He had a good game from the beginning, but you know he also You know had had talent in tennis, too. You know he was a good athlete he was. You know it was a good basketball player and you know play. Tennis Played Golfing, a good athlete, and and you know when when he didn't pick tennis. That wasn't a problem for me because I wasn't gonNA. Force him into that. You know it's a you know as as a tough enough game. You know he didn't have to live up to. What what he would think, my expectations were of him, but even more important. You know the the world's expectations of you know that would. That would be unfair. You know so when he went to Goff, I was actually you know Kinda. Happy about that and and in proud of him for picking his own way I get to I I think that bothered me a lot more when I was younger, but you know the the tennis aspect and trying to live up to his name and probably helps push me into the Gulf more you know. Kinda gave me my own thing to have as mine and. I look back at the time. You know those early days where we were both learning how to play you know some of the fun time in my life just because you know spending hours at the quarter trying this and videotaping each other swing and going home, you know watching it on. On the old. Recorders and Stuff like that was great. I mean one of your own guy to be sure and I know you're proud of your dad. Obviously, but I I remember even like growing southern California and you know that that's hotbed for tennis. I remember the junior, and I only imagine obviously the bullseye that must have been on your back is Jimmy Connors kid come up in the ranks. Right playing junior tennis I mean you probably insurance from you probably went after that would wear you down where anybody down. Yeah. I mean I think you know I think when I was younger. I was a little too sensitive to it. You know almost where I would put too much pressure on myself and get to you know someone beat me I'd be like you know you didn't beat me and he didn't. Do My dad. Just beat me? I Shit compared to anything compared to him. But you know I think it frustrated me earlier, but I still use that. Competitive Drive and He instilled in me. You know as a kid growing up you know in my golf game I, played throughout high school, and I played, played a little bit in college, and I try and still get out there and hustle the old man once in a while. Good do get over at work. Oh I. Don't know you know you gotta ask them. What his Andy CAPP is from day to day. It seems to fluctuate. Got I play against too many bandits out here. Right right? You guys, you guys hit. Sandpiper what were you playing these days Jim? The. Some of the courses are open up here the MONTECITO country, club is not open in and the gentleman that owns that club also and Sandpiper and Rancho San Marco so the those courses aren't open, but a number of the other courses are open now. So you know we get out I get out and I play. A day maybe to a week. If I can which is good, but you know my I I enjoy the Golf Jim. It's a it's A. It's a good replacement. But it's it's not tennis. You know to me I mean it's I. Mean You know my my heart? My Love? My everything is still to that game and and to. You know and and you know somebody else me the other day, so do you miss it and you know I? My only answer to that is every day. I Miss I miss everything about it. miss the traveling this the practice I missed the training. You know most of all I missed the matches, but you know the time has certainly caught up with me many years ago, but but it's It's just that feeling of of of still thinking that that hey, give me half a shot and let me go out and try it again. You know the the the this kind of fun to to think about or talk about once in a while but I certainly don't harp on it. You know my past is my past and. I loved it, and I lived at and and every day that I played it but you know it is my past, and I have have such a great family, and and you know my life now is you know. You know every Sunday I told my. Like telling my my family, my mom and my grandma and my Grandpa and my dad I. Thank him for this life. They've given me and and I'm so such a such, a lucky guy, such a lucky guy. It's amazing Jimmy whenever I talked to athletes about what he missed most inevitably, though say the Camaraderie, the Camaraderie, the Fellas, but these are guys from team sports. This is so different like I'm really curious for instance like in that fourth round the. The open you played Aaron, Christine another famous famous famous match. You guys were good friends. You guys were tight, but the world's different like I'm curious when you watched the last dance with Jordan, and you could see that this guy did not want to connect with or fraternize with the opposition. He wanted to rip their throats out. This is the way was when you played in the research. Amazing rivalries, but that's not say the friends I mean. You were tight with Vitas. With the Stasi, creeks team of France. How did you approach? Could you fraternize with those guys, or was it all business all the time? No, it wasn't all this all the time I mean do it was but. When it was on the court, it certainly was you know and know I'll tell you the story of of nostalgic, and he was such a such my best friend from from day one. He really took me under his wing and and We were under the same manager. Bill reared at the time and so he took me and and and really. Showed me the ropes at a young age. You know a good ropes and bad ropes, and which was fun, but but you the first I don't know I I think I. WanNa say ten times that we played. He beat me. And the reason being was because. I was too good a friend or he was too good a friend to me you know, and at that time I was young, and I couldn't separate the two he could. I couldn't. You know so I I remember one you know going home and I I just lost in the stars, and my mom said you know you better beat him or he's you're gonNA. Lose him as a friend. You know because he's GonNa lose respect for you. And and that was that that got into my head so quick that that said you know you're right. And and from that time on I think we became better friends, you know when I when I started reading it. But. That Only because from that point non. Once, I walked onto the court. It was all business. I could I could let loose a little bit after the you know to get away from it and all that, but when I? When I was in it I, was in and I and and I wasn't going to. Ever screw up and and even though I did a few times, I couldn't afford to because. Too many people invested too much in me. my mom, my grandma, my Grandpa, my dad Pancho Segura. My wife Patti my kids. You know I I couldn't I couldn't afford to screw up to the point of never giving it my all because you know, they didn't invest the money me, it wasn't the money. You know it was the you know the love and the care, and you know the the allowance to me and go into to take care of my business. and and so once once I walked onto that court. You know I I was a different guy. There's no doubt about it and and you know I I like that I I love that attitude in me, and and and I miss that because you know I'm I'm older now and I don't have that release. So I don't have that, but I I certainly missed that every day. Jimmy was so much more than money invested. Your your mom, your grandma, your father, your grandma, the invented they invested so much more than just money like life their life right life. I'm new moved to southern California to train with the right coach. You went to Ucla National. Championship as a freshman like you mentioned your mom. Your mom famously taught you to play. She taught Brett to play. Like what was your mom like? Well have you she? You know she was you know the the. She handled me my whole career. Really and so you know. She was a woman dealing with men in a in a in a man's game. You know to to deal in that in back. Then that was pretty unacceptable. You know she she was beyond gentle the kind. but on at the same time she was tough. But she knew when to be tough. and I, don't mean just on on me in playing tennis I. Mean I in you know in everyday life. She was not one. She was five foot at the best one hundred and five pounds at best, but she wasn't going to take anything from anybody. And, you know from from my standpoint. I think I learned an awful lot just watching her. You know the way. She handled her students when she would teach him The way she dealt with people the way you know. She was around the game of tennis and then the way she was when she wasn't around the game tennis, and so she and and my grandmother, all of them, my grandfather, my dad, you know what I picked up from from all of them was was instilled in me. And and You know to to say that that that just to say well, you know. My mom was tough. She was a stage door, mom, she was none of that or are. She was all of that. You know it's just. It's a matter of how you looked at it and. And and felt about it, but I'm going to say this gym that she was from me one hundred and Ten percent! You know no matter what you know that that that that she was for me, and and once I got out there and and was was having a chance to make it. She let that be known. And people didn't like that. You know they. They didn't want to hear that. You know that that she was so far me like that, so she got the well. She never made it, so it's more important for Sunday. Make it now. She was none of that. She made it on her own, but but she instilled in me. You know the what what that what she meant to me that loyalty that that she had towards me, was something that was you know you could never get in between are now fascinated by that breath. I want to ask about the podcast and one second just one quick and believe me. Guys I could do this all day long. I'm going to wrap it. It up so I. Don't do this all day long, but Jimmy I guess in a sense like I totally accept that and believe that in embrace that she was not living vicariously through you. She had a life. You're extremely important to her. And she gave everything she had i. wonder it must have been so hard for her to watch you play. Did finally get a sense of what it must have been like for her. When you yourself started to coach. She called me more everyday when I was. Coaching. With Andy, you know. What would you tell him now? I think if you did this telling you. Would help you know. Did you think of this? Maybe we should? I'll call you later. It, was she? She was as involved. From a distance as she could be, and and Andy Success at that he had along the way when we were together. She loved it. She. She kinda lived through that a little bit because she. She has gotten housebound, so she got to. You know to to know what it was like to to almost. Be Their only on the television again and and she was. She was so happy because two people in the world that love tennis. was my mom and punch girl. They would watch tennis nonstop. They talk tennis nonstop and anytime. You know you give them a chance, they they'd been Jerry. You're on it and and that was a you know I I knew. Then what it was what it was like when she watched me because when I was coaching Andy I. Want I think I was in the stands wanting wanting him to win more than he want to win. And it was just that was in. That was my nature and and and and he made me proud so many times it was It was a fun couple years that we have here in the family, the whole family throughout the thing I like so much you guys and I've never spoken to your mother I. Never met your mother, but you could tell that. Missing a sound and not to be flip, but it's no haters zone you guys are. There's nothing weird you guys are. It's pure unadulterated love. You're pulling for each other. Nobody's better than the other is his family. This is blood like it brings me back to the whole. Thing that you get to do this project together like bread, I think probably not a big deal to you because you grew up with it, you're in the business. It's always been like this, but the fact that you guys pulled Mike Tyson as your first guest is something I've done this for thirty years. This is not an easy guy to get to. This is not an easy. Easy to turn around, and he certainly and I've had my moments with Mike some good in some terrifying. He's not these be with. either. When you get good Mike, it's it's amazing. Mike is like the most charismatic guy, but if it's not in the best way, look the hell out Brett. What was it like to be with an interview Mike for your first guest on the podcast? Yeah it was. It was pretty epic. Dude, I mean it was I've always been a fan loved the guy you know growing up watching play and in fight. You know and the CNN kind of have some troubles in life and pick himself back up in You know seeing them build himself the way you know the way he is now. You know he's back up on top almost It was a little intimidating at first. Because you know the first time I've interviewed anybody that was. Are you know I've done some stuff and my job, but never you never with real hard hitting questions, you know. Usually it's more. Fluff than you know we. We little softballs that you you know you lob the guy, but you know he was open to anything I. Mean You know ten or fifteen minutes into the end of the interview? He was tearing up and you know we're talking about family and EGO and. You know he might be one of the most interesting guys in the world, but it was. It was awesome. I mean Jimmy you're a world class athlete, Jim. You know what makes guys take what makes guys go? How Eager Jimmy were you sit down with Mike, and how'd that go for you? Only, have you? Brought up the storage and I was playing tennis in Europe and and he was fighting, and and they. They take the fight for me so that I could instead of staying up until two or three in the morning that I could I could get up the next day and watch it I. Mean You know he? He's the kind of guy you know for me I. Mean I I love Alley. I Love Frazier, and you know Sugar Ray, Leonard and Tommy hearns, and you know Marvin, Hagler I. I got to see so many of the greats fight. over the course of the years. But Tyson was was a was a different breed, a different character He walked in the. He had you know shorts on? He had his shoes on yet a torn towel over his neck, and and he and he was no frills. He just he just wanted to get down to business, and and I love that you know. He I asked him I, said Do you study you know because I never really studied my opponents. I just took my game out there and you know if that worked. That was good or try to adjust, but he says I study before I. Walk Out there as I'm walking out I'm looking at one last staying always, so I know exactly what I'm. GonNa. Do you know and and to hear that from? You know from the champ you know, and you walk in and you're. You're expecting. You know somebody that's you know six six and two sixty or whatever? No, he's not. He's five ten five eleven, but you know he's a truck. You use a tank. He's just going to come at you and just give you everything that he has. You know from from the minute that Bell Rings. That to me, I mean that's that's. That's my Kinda Guy. You know that you know that it's like an Dahl in tennis and then you know a Tyson boxing where you go out there and you're going to have to bury the guy to to get him off there. And and he was, he was fun to watch man man, but to talk to him, and breadth said it right. He has one interesting guy. And you know to to to pick himself up and you know and got back in the game like he has and and and become. You know just as probably just as popular, if not more than Then he was back then she's you know what a story that is and you know nothing but the best one. Jimmy last brand I, want you to make sure that everybody knows how to find the podcast and where to find you on social I'm GonNa ask you that one second Brett Jimmy, but to your point about Mike saying when you asked him, did you study? How did you prepare? I, remember that era very clearly and Mike Jimmy had so many guys beaten before they step through the ropes because he was so terrifying and he was so intimidating. Tennis unusual Jimmy like, did you? Could you win matches in the locker room before you took the court? We able to kind of intimidate guys and getting their heads before you even play them. Yeah, but it was unintentional Jim. Yeah, come on, come on. By that? Anyway but. You know that's that that wasn't allowed in tennis. Come on! Charts I. Choose. You know you know ten. Tennis Changed Jim. Tennis changed in the seventies and the eighties. It it went from a country club sport and you know. Every everybody That love the game you know. She seems just want to be a part of it. They you know we we were losing. You know the Real Sports Fan You know we plan in front of five thousand people was great Great? Fans and all that, but we needed the hockey fans, and and I talked about this many times to to build tennis to where it has become now. and and they they want. The those fans weren't gonNA put up with just guys hitting tennis balls. You know and granted we were you know we were the wild west back then there were no rules really, and and did we step over the line? Sure we did, but you know it was. But we had to. You know we had to to try to get a tennis on a different level in in the guys that that I came up with and the way they handled, handled it, and you know the charisma and the characters, and the excitement that the that they all brought to the game and their own way. Forget just the tennis, but even you know just just as much vitas off off. The court life was just as important as a way. Play tennis. And that and that's and that's what sold. That's what was selling. You know not just the Tennessee you know you wanNA, know. Where did he go to studio fifty four after he just WanNa five hundred match at the US Open you know people wanted to know that because we were real people, we were real we were them. Down on the court. You know playing for them. That's an and I think that's what what caught on for tennis in the seventies and eighties that that that they that they felt like they were down there playing and and You know what a fit. The personality man, get it out of the country club. Give us some personality. Give some rivalries. It was so awesome like I got tired of asking the question of what we do how we get that back. Is it technology? Do guys have played the Jack Kramer and go back to the wooden rackets just too much Sir Volley Point Sir Volley Point. Where's personality let Jimmy? What was it like that vetus with you in that run at the US Open in ninety-one. Well, you know. He was a good outlet for me because he was doing the TV. So I had a a you know always felt that I had a friend up there in the booth and I could talk even though I wasn't getting an answer back but I. Could you know Kinda quit? Say a few little quips to women and You know Kinda. Relieve a little bit of attention you know, but you know to to go through that, and and you know tr-, Vitas traveled with me for a couple of years, even before that US Open, and We went to Europe. We play doubles at the French together and and then after that he played the senior tour with me for a couple years and before his passing and I mean he was, he was the the ultimate for me anyway, he was the ultimate. Not only player, but but ah for the cocktail parties, and and the pro ams and and. Here's his. What Better Guy Right. There was nobody better I mean he? He would walk in and and he he'd be a part of everything right away. And he was I. Miss Him Every Day. It's it's funny. I mean I'll say that about a lot of people, but but his personality and in and what he brought the tennis, and then everything else that. that he got around was was pretty special. Visas like it's easy to get caught up in him being the guy and the look in the hair, it br, he could play now vitas. This is number four right in the world. He could play. Yeah, he he, he will better. You know more than I, but he won an open. One Australia was in the finals of the. French is in the finals and the open semifinals Wimbledon. Davis Cup he's he's had a a hall of fame career, and he's not in the hall of fame. Come on! Guys in there with a lot less you know that are that are in the hall of fame that and and not to have vita. There's is is. It Brett I normally. Don't keep guys this long and you guys are now in this game. You know how this goes, but that's how much fun. That was nice. So appreciated British. People, WanNa find the PODCAST. Where do they go to find it? And if they WANNA find you guys unsocial where they go to find guys on social. Yeah, we're. We're available on all the major. Platforms Apple. PODCASTS, spotify Google podcast. yeah on twitter. You can follow us at add connors and instagram all you can spell it all out advantage connors and we have a youtube channel at advantage connors, so you can follow us with all their and check out the podcast, and and give us some feedback. We'd love to hear from you. I love that. So how is your photography business? It's good man. It's It's tough right now. Just not being able to travel and do so much, but know I still get out there. You know I love love. Taking pictures and Doric I gotTa tone and I apply that around when I get a chance and you know it's fun I love doing it. It's and if I can make a little money on the side during a two it's. A blast Jimmy. That was so fun I again. I I didn't mean to take time, but it was so great to get caught up to meet Brenton have him on the program Jimmy. That was so much fun. Appreciate you, too. That was great. Thanks, guys! Thanks to thank you. My thanks to the Connors Jimmy and Brett both amazing conversation that was that was an absolute blast and make sure you find their podcast advantage connors wherever you get your podcast. Hit them up on twitter. Let them know what you thought of what you just heard. I'm back next week with another episode like I am so make sure you get subscribed right now until then here or your coveted voicemails I, knew Miss H, mmj, eighty three years old, African American male, he gets together with small Haskell, but as long beach where he was one of the only black person there they get together, and they had a brunch last year, and to make a long story short the. The homeowner had to take off for a minute and my dad. He goes into the backyard to pick a lemon off his friends. I'm entry and his neighbor season. She calls the cops. 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