17 Burst results for "Pat Patrick"
"pat patrick" Discussed on WTOP
"Debt ceiling and prevent what could be a global economic meltdown. This morning TBS news chief Washington correspondent major Garrett who also hosts the takeout podcast with his analysis of this situation. You always are kind enough to mention the takeout podcast for that. I sat down this morning with pat Patrick mchenry, who is the chairman of the House financial services committee. A key player in all of the conversations in the House Republican conference on this very topic. I said, will the country default? He said, unequivocally know it will not. I said, how can you be so sure? He said, we will find a way to avert a default scenario. I said, do you know what that way is? He said, I don't. I said, well, how can you be so sure? He said, it just can't happen. That's his perspective. He said, if it were me, Patrick mchenry, I would separate this conversation between spending cuts and raising the debt ceiling. He said, but I'm not the majority in my conference. Plenty of my Republican colleagues want to use this as a point of leverage. The question is, how strong a point of leverage is it? The White House is in a position. We're not negotiating over this. And Mitch McConnell will send a Republican leader not incidental to this conversation is not really warm to the idea of using the debt ceiling and the threat of default to negotiate. So House Republicans who want to do this are going to have to pursue this for quite a number of weeks to prove their point. Each and every week we get closer to that June deadline where default looms as a real possibility increases not only the political pressure on them, but the risk to the underlying U.S. economy. So we're in for a pretty unsettling set of weeks, if not months. And at what point does the rest of the world look at the United States and say, what the heck is going on and can we trust you anymore with being essentially the keeper of the world's economy? Right, the default currency, the reserve currency for the global economy. That is what the United States has and prides itself on that. Part of our economic clout in the world depends upon that. And it's a great question. It's the question that lies at the heart of this entire standoff. If you threaten the good faith and credit of the United States, you create systematic risk for everyone who is an investor in the United States who buys treasuries. That's what Patrick mchenry was telling me the risks are so great. I will tell my colleagues on the Republican side. This is simply not something that you can toy with. There can be other ways. I said, what other ways could this be resolved with? You said, how about we set up a commission? I said, pat mchenry, we had a commission before. And I know your hard line Republicans won't go for that. He said, you're probably right about that. So he's hopeful. He's optimistic. He's not alone in that sense, but he doesn't know the way. And what has to happen in Washington is
"pat patrick" Discussed on WTOP
"Enough to mention the takeout podcast for that. I sat down this morning with pat Patrick mchenry, who is the chairman of the House financial services committee. A key player in all of the conversations in the House Republican conference on this very topic. I said, will the country default He said, unequivocally know it will not. I said, how can you be so sure? He said, we will find a way to avert a default scenario. I said, do you know what that way is? He said, I don't. I said, well, then how can you be so sure? He said, it just can't happen. That's his perspective. He said, if it were me, Patrick mchenry, I would separate this conversation between spending cuts and raising the debt ceiling. He said, but I'm not the majority in my conference. Plenty of my Republican colleagues want to use this as a point of leverage. The question is, how strong a point of leverage is it? The White House is in a position. We're not negotiating over this. And Mitch McConnell, the Senate Republican leader, not incidental for this conversation, is not really warm to the idea of using the debt ceiling and the threat of default to negotiate. So House Republicans who want to do this are going to have to pursue this for quite a number of weeks to prove their point. Each and every week we get closer to that June deadline where default looms as a real possibility increases not only the political pressure on them, but the risks of the underlying U.S. economy. So we're in for a pretty unsettling set of weeks, if not months. And at what point does the rest of the world look at the United States and say, what the heck is going on and can we trust you anymore with being essentially the keeper of the world's economy? Right, the default currency, the reserve currency for the global economy. That is what the United States has. It prides itself on that. Part of our economic clout in the world depends upon that. And it's a great question. It's the question that lies at the heart of this entire standoff. If you threaten the good faith and credit of the United States, you create systematic risk for everyone who is an investor in the United States who buys treasuries. That's what Patrick mchenry was telling me the risks are so great. I will tell my colleagues on the Republican side. This is simply not something that you can toy with. There can be other ways. I said, what other ways could this be resolved with? He said, how about we set up a commission? I said, pat mchenry, we had a commission before. And I know your hard line Republicans won't go for that. He said, you're probably right about that. So he's hopeful. He's optimistic. He's not alone in that sense, but he doesn't know the way. And what has to happen in Washington is Republicans, Democrats, possibly even The White House, have got to work on finding a way because not finding a way. And defaulting is really not something that we can contemplate, let alone experience. We will all be watching this very closely. Thank you for joining us. CBS News chief Washington correspondent major Garrett. And we'll talk about the NFL and the big turnover in offensive coordinators coming up. 6 14. I
"pat patrick" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here, let's Mongo santeria and yes, that is the original. Yeah, yeah. I know. You thought it was Georgie fame. No, Georgie fame, a year later, got some words to it that we'll talk about when we play that and I will play it next as Fran wanted to hear it. But I thought we should go with the original first and mago Santa Maria. Cuban zone and that was the original and as far as I know it didn't chart, but who knows? I guess I could look it up. I did not bother. It was on battle. And battle was an interesting story. Joe battle in Detroit was quite the record man. And originally had JV JVB records for Joe van battle. Van was nowhere in his name, but he thought it sounded classy. So yeah, and after a while, he changed JVB into battle. But he did a lot of independent production in Detroit back in the 50s. Anyway, Rogers grant and pat Patrick wrote it and Mongo Santa Maria recorded it and nobody was the wiser until Georgie fame brought it back with lyrics thanks to John Hendricks. So 888-876-5593 we were talking about radio with Rick and this is the passing of blau remains rest in peace Lowry 87 years old and in some ways a very unlikely fellow and in other ways maybe not unlikely at all since his background was financed. But to me, there is a very simple equation and that is, if your lone payments are greater than the amount of money you could possibly earn, even if you had no expenses, this is like hitting control alternate delete. This doesn't work. And literally, that's what happened, as you know, Rick and when you ask about, why do they operate stations this way or that way? You really are talking about people who are treading water and have no idea what to do. You know, the reason they changed clear channel to iHeart, they wanted to say, well, we're not a radio company. We're an Internet company or what have you. And on and on, they're looking for the Holy Grail. They're looking for whatever will get them out of this mess and the only reason that nobody has come in in foreclosed on all these companies is very simple and that's that there's no greater fool. There's no one else who could operate it at this rate. And so therefore anything they do to close it down would cause a lot of people lenders to lose a lot of money. Gotcha. And I noticed that they had been trying to more and more, along with Odyssey, getting people to get more onto the Internet and promoting their streaming stations and along with their podcasts and trying to sell those. I noticed that they are doing a lot of promotion and I guess just the a.m. and even the FM is just there for those who are going to be the longer posted. You know, this goes back to, of course, when dot com was everything before the big dot com bust. You kind of think that you'll interest people in this in this technology. But when it really push comes to shove, let's look at the available dollars and what you could possibly get now. What do you have to pay for your debt service and what do you have to pay for minimal expenses? Not even going out and doing whole hard full service. And the dollars just don't add up. Well, there's so much out there. I mean, that's why I don't know why the FCC or I mean lets him turn in their licenses more easier. I mean, just actually, if you could just redo the realign the whole a.m. band because it's suffering it sounds like it's been it's on painkillers and it sounds like it was a bad date over the cell phone companies if you can do something on that frequency in the medium wave. Could you possibly, but is that likely no, the reality right now is, yes, you can easily turn in the license, but you're basically not going to get anything for it. And of course, if you're talking about trying to sell the station, if it's a stand-alone a.m., you can't get financing. So you got limited opportunities there. And since in today's technology, it doesn't really cost you a dime to operate in that explains why you're hearing what you hear. It just sits there while they look for plan B elusive plan B and that's what it's been sounded like over and over doesn't matter if they go talk or even the satellite distributed oldies or country classic. I mean, it's just sounds like it's in a past misery. The good old days. They can't afford to do anything else with it. The only person who could is a hobbyist who doesn't have debt service. So of course, you're hearing the results of what over leveraged gets you. Well, I mean, I just felt, you know, when you
"pat patrick" Discussed on Past Gas
"Bernie Madoff, Bernie ecclestone, Bernie Mac. No, no. Do not besmirch the name of Bernie Mac. Bernie max, my favorite comedian of all time. Stand up. Are you scared of you motherfuckers? And he's got like this Bill Cosby sweater on. It's the funniest I scared of you. I was watching Transformers the other day for some reason and Bernie Mac is in the first one. It's a car dealer. I gotta watch these so good. RIP. Also, I know who you were thinking. I'm not going to get political Nolan. I'm trying to think of another Bernie. That would be a funny tag on that. But I can't. But American people. All right. That has nothing to do. The American people need to know. Ellen, let me hear your Bernie. Let me be clear. Hey, at least you guys recognize. That was great. When you do burning, you have to just let your jaw go loose and you do a little bit of Lisp and you do a little spit, spit a little spit when you talk. We're master impressionist here. Anyway, gurney essentially calls for an advocacy group that represented team interests and helped promote you sex national championship. He also hoped the group could help negotiate television rights sponsorship agreements and race purses. See, that song very prudent, yes. Very good. Yeah, yeah. In November of 1978 November. Is there any info team? Gurney and fellow team owners, Roger Penske, and pat Patrick presented this proposal to the very same you sack board that they thought we're going to do a horrible job. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was rejected. Pat Patrick isn't pat short for Patrick. Patrick Patrick? Well, yes. Well, the thing is yes. No, you're right. You should not hold any politicians on any sort of pedestal. That's inevitably let you down. At some point. And because of either who they are or the system that they must act in. So in order to determine. Gurney, Penske and Patrick and three other team owners officially broke away from yusak to found cart, not only as an advocacy group, but as its own racing circuit. Well, that's like a weird way to put the weird term circuit. Racing authority? It's on series, basically. But it's serious. Not as an advocacy group, but as its own racing series. This was the beginning of the most popular and recent contemporary use of the term champ car. Since it was the name given by the governing body of cart. What? What? What? Well, I think this is where we should mention to the listener that this is one of the most confusing stories in motor sport here because of this terminology. Yeah. And if we do get anything wrong, we're not the first ones to get it wrong. But also you can email at us. Or send a letter via balloon. Yeah, the first kart race was held March 11th, 1979. Yusak was not pleased. The organization responded by announcing that each of the breakaway groups entries for the Indianapolis 500 had been rejected because they were, quote, not in good standing with yusak. That's their right. It was a bold move. Since it affected 19 cars, including entries driven by Al Unser, Bobby Unser, Johnny Rutherford, and Gordon johncock. Oh, not Gordon johncock. Gordon. Two names are penises. Put together had won 8 of the last 11 Indy 500 races. Dang, that John cut. Pretty good, man. The cart owners went to court where you sack was forced to hold an additional qualification round on the day before the race for the rejected 6 as they were called. Wow. They sued you, sack, and you sack had to hold another round of qualifications for the you sac teams that they had banned from the track. Gotcha. Okay. Peace was only temporary. In total, 20 races were held in 1979, with 13 as part of the new cart championship. For the 1980 season, the new president of the brickyard John Cooper tried bringing you sac and card together to jointly sanction a series called the championship racing league. The agreement lasted for four races before falling apart. Cart proved to be the more successful organization of the two. Well yeah, I mean you got like all those big guys. You got gurney. You got the OGs. You got the heart. John cocky. Gordon Bobby, bob. Nice to meet you man. Gordon John Koch. Ali, you do the work. Okay, go. You're out of cart. Okay, go back to you. Quickly, the you sac championship trail of other races was displaced by the cart series. By the end of 1981, the only use act sanctioned asphalt championship race was the Indianapolis 500. Everything else was cart. Wow. From there, cart used that leverage to effectively seize control of Indy, even though technically you sac remain the sanctioning body for the 500. Wow. Dang, that's my position. Through the 1980s and into the mid 1990s, kart racing was the most popular auto racing series in the country, behind star drivers like the answers, the andrettis, and Bobby Rahal. Ironically, it was during this era that fans began referring to the cars as IndyCars, despite the strife between Indianapolis and cart. In part because the American open wheel championship had been officially renamed the cart PPG Indy car World Series. Oh my God. Or CA RT PPG ICW S okay, so before we were talking about cart series and how the cars were quickly known as champ cars racing in IndyCar, even though champ cars were what you sack drove before cart was around. And now, the cart series is IndyCar. And they're driving champ cars. But people call them IndyCars. It's all just, you know, nomenclature at this point. People switching around names. We're just swimming in an open cliche right now. In the open Claire. Open Claire. I'm in an open Claire relationship. Cart soon tried to emulate the overseas popularity of Formula One, adding an emphasis on road courses and street circuits in addition to oval track. Smart. No, cart. The different courses were initially popular, but also called for a new kind of driver. Americans who had built their skills on the paved oval tracks were pushed out by Europeans, South Americans and Australians who'd been trained from childhood as road racers.
"pat patrick" Discussed on CounterClock
"No. The police never came by and talked to you since you were a next door neighbor? No. So just to recap here, Martin hollingsworth is the only person I found in this entire case that heard a gunshot in the window of time that we know John was killed. What's more, Martin lived steps from the crime scene, and according to him, not once has law enforcement ever spoken with him. How it's even possible that no one ever thought to interview John's next door neighbor to find out what he heard saw or knew is beyond me. I mean, there were two agencies working this case, the sheriff's office and FDLE. So how did Martin hollingsworth slip through the cracks? I find myself asking an even more concerning question. Did local deputies who were initially tasked with going door to door, intentionally overlook Martin and possibly a lot of other important information and evidence in this case. I mean from the very beginning of the investigation in O three, everybody knew everybody. The suspects, the police, the victim, now that's to be expected in a small town with a small police force, but for one, pat and DeSoto county detective Kim Lewis admit during their July 15th crime scene walkthrough on the VHS recording that pat new Kim and her father and her family really well. Just as an example, if that was the case, I don't think Kim should have ever been the lead detective conducting pats interrogations. I'm not saying Kim should have recused herself entirely from the case, but she certainly should not have been the main person dealing with pat, which, from all indications, she was. The second thing I can't wrap my brain around is the fact that DeSoto county sheriff's office never seized pat's clothing from the day of the murder. The only items of clothing law enforcement ever took from pat were a pair of white tennis shoes. According to police reports, the day after John was found, deputies went back to pat's house and asked her for the clothing she'd been wearing on July 8th. But she told them that she'd done laundry the night before. So deputies just dropped it. But I want to stop and break that down for just a second. Pat told police that mere hours after John was found dead, on July 8th, and she's reeling with grief and hosting people in and out of her house all evening that she found time to do a load of laundry. Why that didn't stick out to DeSoto county investigators as just odd is strange. Regardless of whether she said she washed her clothes or not or did actually wash them, deputies should have still taken that clothing for testing anyway, just like they did for skip and Patrick. The third thing that's always seems strange to me is that skips phone call records in police reports are visible. But every number that pat straight are called on the afternoon of July 8th is redacted. If pat was just as much of a suspect as skip, then why has the sheriff's office protected her calls from public record, but not skips. You can't argue with any of the facts here, and maybe it's not enough to convince you, but before you ride off a connection between pat and dcso as just coincidental, keep listening. The last thing that I think is probably the most glaring oversight police made back in 2003 is the fact that they did not impound or process the blue green Ford explorer that they knew had been driven all around the crime scene by one of their prime suspects. Nowhere in evidence logs or police reports can I find a shred of paperwork that states authorities impounded that vehicle and searched it for clues. They did, however, as I've mentioned in previous episodes, and pounds skips pickup truck, and they tore it apart. The results of that examination, though, have never been reported. And just to be crystal clear, I don't think the importance of the explorer can be overstated. That SUV belonged to pad, but John drove it the most. He had driven it to Walmart an hour before his death. Pat had driven it to get gas and her and Patrick wrote in it to the trash pile. John's gun, holster, thigh strap, and belts were placed into it. Pat Patrick and skip all rode in the explorer right after finding John's body. This car is a critical piece of evidence. Patrick skinner thought the same thing when I interviewed him. In fact, after his first few interviews with investigators in O three, he said he never heard what happened to the explorer, or any of the vehicles that were known to be on the property when John was killed. They never seized the explorer or impounded at a process it. Did you ever know that? I did not know. Does it surprise you to know that they didn't? Well, I didn't know they impounded skips. If they tore that apart, I would have, I would have to think they would have torn this apart if they think they had probable cause of terrorist truck apart. Do you think of the two vehicles? This one should have been looked at since. Well, that's the one that we actually took over there. I mean, this was what John drove for the most part. John did not have really his own vehicle, everything belonged to his grandmother, but John drove this more than anyone. And this is what we were in. When we found him and what the gun went into. So it's, I guess, yeah, that's a little odd to me. So why.
The Autosport Podcast
"pat patrick" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Alongside Michael at imola and just kept constantly taking digs at Michael for basically running him off the road of the toes of hairpin. There's not many people on the planet who would sit next to Michael Schumacher and literally takes it in during a press conference, but you get the impression as a sort of stuff that max will do now. And he's in afraid to wind up the opposition. I think there's one key difference. I agree with that, I think there's a lot of parallels. I think Verstappen is probably a more complete driver in F one terms, perhaps. Except I think there's one key difference in that is, I don't know whether it's down to one problem on tour's character or the fact that he had to be disciplined because of running at 240 miles an hour at superspeedways. But he was generally a fair driver and gave people, I think, space and respect in wilter will contests. Which is why he would flag when Michael Schumacher didn't do that for him, but I feel like that I don't think we've yet seen that for max and that's been I know that I sound like a broken record. That's been my consistent criticism of him over the last few months, but I stand by that. I think we need to see him sharing a bit more respect to the other drive. And I do think Montoya did by and large do that. Very, very quick aside on that clip of Montoya having a drive at Michael Schumacher. The journalist asking the question in that press conference is much more dot com as Jonathan noble, who confessed that he completely forgotten about it until the clip resurfaced on F one's social media channels recently. Let's get on to the next driver on this list and it's the first Williams world champion that we've got on this list at number 7 is Jacques Villeneuve placed the team between 1996 and 1998, one 11 times and of course took that title in 1997. Kev, why is Villeneuve at number 7? In one sense, it's because he's world champion is crew and said, although actually I would argue that perhaps he's least convincing season at Williams was the one where he won the title, rarely has someone made such heavy weather of winning a world championship with a car with that revolution superiority. The team contributed to that as well. Starting on slicks at Monaco in the wet and that sort of thing. So I think that 97 could have been better, although it was obviously great as a rookie in 96 and actually he really showed some of his feistiness when Williams lost its way a little bit in 98 as well. And then there were some there were some great moments, obviously, and his championship win a year, and going wheel tour with Michael at her. That was a great movie. He made, I think. And he caught markup by surprise, and you can see markers obviously initial reaction is to get out the way before he then turns the wheel again. Williams world champion. I'd like to know what would happen if they hadn't sacked Damon hill and put hunts out fences in because I think you then might have a greater chance of holding on to Adrian newey. You've also got someone who knows how to set up the car because the French and really was a bit of a lot of the time in that season really not at the races. So it'd be interesting to see what would have happened with his next two or three years if they had not made that decision. But he did win the world championship. That was the main reason to get him up in 7th. Yeah, I broadly agree with that. I think certainly I remember Jacques alive in 1996. It was really exciting. You know, he would do these audacious moves like going around the outside of Michael O del at the last corner and it was exciting to watch, you know, it was I always thought it was cool to see a driver from IndyCar come to Formula One and be competitive. I remember being hugely disappointed when Michael Andretti, his transition didn't work out in 93. I was a big fan of Michelangelo in IndyCar and I thought this is going to be great and then it just didn't happen for him. So I was really excited to see Jacques come back to come to F one and be competitive in 96. The 96 Williams FW 18 was head and shoulders above the opposition and he did a great job pushing daemon hard for that championship and I think in 97 there were some really odd situations, wasn't it? I mean, you had the Suzuka penalty and you had, as you said, Caviar, the nice and Monaco where they started on slicks, but you know, you got quite badly our qualified by friends and already on in Monaco dining on that day. So he was already further behind on the grid. I think, yeah, Jacques, he delivered what he came to do, which was he delivered the world championship. He, I think, a 98 on thinking of races like hockenheim and places like that where he drove very well in the Williams, but the car sort of peaked on the whole. He had a good impact on the team. I felt when you again speak to engineers, people like that. He was quirky. He was different. He wasn't afraid of butt heads with people like Patrick, but he made a on the whole of positive impact, I think, on the team. They certainly enjoyed having him in the team and in that environment. If you look at his working relationship that year with Damon was really positive, they got on very well and I think yeah, on the whole that's 70s probably right. Well, let's move on to number 6. And I think number 6 carefully affair example of a driver where you say this is all about what impact do they have on Williams as opposed to where they rank in sort of a debate about who's the greatest driver because the number 6 is Alain Prost, only Joe for Williams in 1993, won 7 times and of course the title, but of course everyone famous four time world champion Nick everything else he achieved. But number 6, why is he there? Is it purely because he came in, did the job? That was sort of it, really. Yeah, absolutely. If I was doing just a list of the greatest racing drivers of all time, he's ahead of anyone else on this list, right over across what they've what they did in their careers, but it was one year. And it's not like he was there developing the Williams right now into a superior package prior to that. He very much worked his way into that into that seat and he did deliver. So he delivered a Chapman chip. I know that Patrick apparently in mind that I think Alan was probably past his best really by then. There were still some incredible silky smooth, very rapid qualifying laps and I think pat Patrick was quite impressed with that. And actually there were some there was some good race as well. I mean, people forget one remembers donnington, but actually he also, you know, he did beat it and sent it and Damon in the other car in the wet at imola. He wasn't a complete, it wasn't a complete just cruise and collect championship. He did put in some good races. I don't think you can go any higher than 6 because ultimately it was a superior car. He didn't develop it. He had a very inexperienced teammate and he was just there for the one year before he retired. So I couldn't really justify moving up ahead of some of the other drivers on this list. Williams always thought of Prost as a McLaren driver who came in for a year, did his bit, didn't really integrate himself with a team, came saw conquered and left, basically. You know, he never truly became a Williams Williams driver. I think he and also, and I remember speaking to Alan about it, we went for dinner once, and I were talking about different cars and his favorite cars. And he never really liked the feel of an active suspension car. He didn't like the sort of movement that the active car gave him. It felt unnatural to him. So.
"pat patrick" Discussed on No Agenda
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The Adam Carolla Show
"pat patrick" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I don't really know chiefs. I know the roles commute. She's hall of famer o on what the hell was his name. Yes way wasn't the guy who drove. Oj calendar cowan following. Is he in the hall of fame legend. So does it make sense. Gary is apoplectic. Shaking crying was not there are enough. We play the chiefs that connection. I don't know he was a great Usc trojan favor. All right to the scores are dawson and i are tied at five same. Brian tied at four. Oh good dawson keeps taking the under name any current. Nfl player who isn't in a national ad campaign questions questions. Like what's a sack. This kind of new ones like you'd have to. You'd have to get it actions. Let's he's pat patrick mahomes. He's an ad veith who's not who's not in the question. I mean patrick mahomes kelsey internet. Yep oh is he would know chelsea's in ads. I mainly see. Mayfield rogers orders. Lot lot of quarterbacks hold beasley who kelsey. yeah. I agree with that point. Name the person you know what. I mean any player players know what do you say i say yes i agree i gotta go. I gotta go off the board. Say now think you can stop the question at name any. Nfl say no would love to do this with brian with musicals allow foreshadowing at okay so now someone. I would know from a commercial.
"pat patrick" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Bad body just had to get it out right on. The main floor should've had no chance. There's this one waitress. When we very first one to austin. But i thought she was vibrant me at the bar. We always get kicked out of the The thirty two ounce beers and I went there for lunch with one of my buddies who moved a long long time ago. And i ag- astor out at the lunch. Because i thought i thought i had it. And she's like Sorry cava boyfriend and our friends wrote like Like fuck you comment on the on the receipt and i was like. Oh you can't leave that. So i'd like i'd like grab it or crumpled up into a ball and that thomas no t longtime ago screaming he got any fallen on your face. P cast more than i'd like to recount so tough tough all right all right. Well royce mills. Yes yes better for it for sure. i had one more picture here Because we found out this week that you could leave us a review. Not just on apple podcasts. But also you could leave us a review on audible so wax shutout wax. 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GSMC Football Podcast
"pat patrick" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"And he's had the best quarterback in the nfl for the past three years but there are some cases where he's truly unguarded will because he's the fastest man in the league and Because of his speed. I might take him over. Julio and like the overall effect he has on defenses and having to shade coverage over. It's it's so tough and it's really just an unfair combination that he happens to be with patrick mahomes because it only works as well as it does. If you have a quarterback that can throw it sixty to seventy yards down the field at any given time right on the dot like mahomes can but at the same time terry kill is still shown his ability to get open and shorter routes. He's shown the ability to make touches contested catches over players. And really at some point. I think you have to acknowledge. How good these receivers are relative to the rest of the league. Because they can't choose who their quarterback is they just go out there and play and we want discredit that fine. I see see the argument looking at the nfl from a totally subjective standpoint and putting different guys in different scenarios and thinking they would do really good lecture oto by junior. We'll be doing fantastic. If he had pat patrick mahomes he'd be putting up crazy numbers. If you switch those guys but again. I re kills just the perfect fit with patrons devante atoms. He's the other guy that i think. Consider here but he has like the most favorable setup within rogers in terms of what do unto adams is good at getting off. Line of scrimmage. Incredible release is really. That's where he kills. Corners is right at the point of attack getting separation. Right there in the air rogers being able to see that sect that in pick teams apart in the red zone is how good it's worth davante adams thrives and that. Just how good air rogers's but you can't argue with eighteen touchdowns. I mean eighteen touchdowns last season. He's the best in the league in the red zone. The route running is incredible. The hands are there. He doesn't drop the ball. But i'd argue like i said odell could do what he's doing. If he was with aaron rodgers who would bring up crazy numbers. If with aaron rodgers all these years. But i see both sides. I see the argument for tyreek hill and davante adams just because of the production. I mean terry kill. Had twelve hundred yards fifteen touchdowns in fifteen games last year. Just unreal production And then you devante atoms with his eighteen touchdowns. I don't like to discredit guys for their positions. Earn or where they are in the league but again. I can't argue with jalen ramsey. Either because that's what he's seen. That was his opinion And yeah. I really like that jalen ramsey doing this in showing another side of what it takes to be the best quarterback in league and kind of offering a little more vulnerability to himself because he's normally the guy that's like knowing knowing i gordon. Everyone no one does anything against me. But he talked a lot about his Performances or john hopkins performances against him. He noted else performances against him. And just how truly hard is to line up across those guys and be like. I'm going to stop you because it's such a tough position. I mean you're you're you're having to read and react at such at such a high level you got to have speed yet have shrinked. You'd have instincts yet to have a knowledge of the game to some extent in. You have to watch your film all that stuff so Memorial news chatto cinco he Praised tear maclaurin. He thinks a fifteen hundred yards season. Incoming he said he guarantees that fifteen hundred dollars would be incredible season for terry maclaurin would really put him. Top at the top of wide receivers in the nfl. Then he had another tweet. he said. Remember this tweet. This was this week this making some headlines he said terry maclaurin and curtis samuel are gonna go crazy with fitzpatrick at the helm and aggressive. Qb that takes chances. And we'll improvise. At the lot of scrimmage these to have the skill set that makes his job so much easier i guarantee their production is bananas. No hat he said no hat instead of no cap which i liked but first of all i just love china i mean he offered some serious praise here. These worked out a lot with terry maclaurin. But i love how he is overall with the younger members of the league because he's always training with players. He watches the nfl a lot. He builds relationships. He's a huge fan. And sometimes you just don't always get that you get older players kind of distance themselves from the league dismissing the newer generation being too stubborn to acknowledge how good some of these guys truly are and You never know. But i love to see guys like childcare cinco. Do he's doing technical or he'd eleven hundred yards last year. Four touchdowns with alex. Smith taylor heineke kyle allen dwayne haskins inconsistent quarterback that we talked about with the andre hopkins. We need to see him get some more consistency from the quarterback position and ryan. Fitzpatrick can provide some of that in terms of knowing who you're going to get week in week out in knowing you're you're you're going to get the ball at the right place more often. 'cause fitzpatrick is a true gunslinger. He's going to give him the plenty of chances to make place. And although that might result in some batter sections layton games at some points it also is going to result in a lot of good and a lot of consistency with ball placement. And just more knowing what to expect because you you add curtis samuel to this mix which is just a completely new element to this offense. I mean takes so much pressure off. kerr same. Eight hundred fifty yards in a crowded received room last year and carolina is very impressive. I think that's very hard to do. When you consider having robbie anderson and dj more both the thousand yard receivers in use still had curtis samuel able to produce as a number three option and that offense This year he'll be a true number two and that will help out tear maclaurin so much because that's something that he hasn't had since he's been in washington now again. I'm very excited for this combo. I think this cowboys washington football team battle for the nfc east is going to be so good to watch. I give the cowboys the edge because of the season i think that is going to have and how impressive that offense can be but i can't. You can't argue. That washington has the most complete roster right now heading into the twin twenty one season and if guys like tear mcmoran curtis samuel playing at their best. That offense is going to be scary to watch because you still have a great running game solid offensive line and ryan fitzpatrick with that defense. That young playmaking defense. Now what is the deal with aaron rodgers. I mean there's more news coming out. There's a slightly growing sense in the nfl. Circles that aaron rodgers going to resolve differences with green bay But again there's these these kind of sources in in rumors have been going on for a while Espn's jeremy foul reported that spoke to as many as twelve people involved with different teams and more than half feel that rodgers will return to the packers because of his competitive nature and the fact that he has few other options. If you want to play football in two thousand twenty one which is true but because we get closer to the season and we it's just less and less likely as we get closer training camp that teams will make a trade because at some point yet to know peyton. Manning said this this week he said my gut is that he's not coming to denver one of the trade options. That rogers has been rumored to go want to go to. My gut is denver's going have drew lock or tape bridgewater to be their quarterback at this point of the off season. You got to kind of know what your plan is. You can't be having a new quarterback three weeks before the season. I'd you can if it's air rodgers but at the same time that's not the ideal scenario that coaches want to go through I could still see the raiders making a move at some point. Just because jon gruden. I think deep down deep deep down you know. He wants to have a quarterback like eh rogers To fall back on. But i've gone back and forth on this i. These are similar reports to..
The Red Box Politics Podcast
"pat patrick" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Today it's wednesday so it must be. Pm cues. i'm pat patrick. Mcguire and i pulled the action live from the house of commons to analyze. What's going on between boyce johnson and kissed. That's up in just a moment. But first columbus panel. Today it's thompson. Say their morning alice. Hi this hour. We also acting editor at city and so vegetables. I'll ask you if you got particularly bad. Examples of poor customer service being blamed on covert. I've had eleven to two banks. I have to say the queuing up for hours. We have one bank with mine in the whole of london that you could go to directing us all to so there was a sort of four q breathing does he's about you. Add and mainly on transport services. I have to confess so slutty. Arbitrary constellations zeh often involve staff members Not quite making it all the way to acting degrees of skepticism about that particularly when it was august last year in the vanishingly few cases in the country but whether it was very nice i remember if he's not quite. Customer service is particularly amused by the so the cinema a couple of weeks ago. It was only my wife in the cinema. Nobody else there and they kept coming in with night vision goggles to make sure we weren't filming it. They came in three times and each with the goggles. And then got a cloth. Out and white all one bannister watts across the back of the then wiped the other balanced all the way that three times what they thought we were doing to the bonuses. They thought you were doing anyway. Maybe weren't it just don't know but anyway the bonuses were despite the fact that has been repeatedly suggested you can't catch co off about us anyway but you know maybe it's a good thing that klay anyway. This isn't why we're here. Let's not let's let's let's talk about gareth southgate's the ultimate middle aged crush. I'm afraid he is. The problem is even. If you don't like football you've ended up loving him. That's not and i think there was a great threat on twitter a couple of days ago. saying that gareth southgate is the kind of person that if you were going for colonel. Skopje would drive you there and then sit outside and quality. Aegis shake and not say anything. The one i'm not sure about this and scotch eggs. I was but it would know But on the other hand it's that sense that he would just look after and that is what women are exhausted. At the moment i think a lot of them and if you look at the polls they seem to be much ball exhausted the men and todd and rundown on they have. They've been picking up most at the childcare. And i knew michigan stop complaining but statistically they have the onus figures show that doing a lot more children cleaning home cooking And you just want the you want a man like is southgate. Southgate's just gonna come along in stock out the dishwasher in the right way and maybe make a meal to look after your bit to take you to your appointments even get you an appointment so difficult get one. Yeah most of the complaints. We've heard about customer service will be will just moaning about their gp surgeries Who gareth thought that wouldn't he is not really him. It's just we want someone who's just going to be and is a winner at the same time. So that's the thing is we don't want we want one of those men he's gonna nor john leconte but also be quite successful tallorder if you if you got the hasegawa south guys well under i. The my song on on the possible sidewise on sudan so onboard uss point because yeah suggests that particularly women. I'm young than hardest. Hit actually on economic sciences bill on health taxes really. We'll have a conference in you know cats and they will have to be a reckoning students. I think i think is going to be afraid. Tacit at how you come out as kind of recognize but he's groups that have been hit hardest. Those groups that the mice I've been a menu run on this program on data and on the pages of city. Yeah yeah about generation feet long not say to forty and you have essentially given up significant amount of fine. The and laced in this little sideshow might Trump doesn't necessarily really on a health out. Some safe i think they will have to be arrested afterwards. Woods as you come out. I'm going out to government look softer amongst showing put it that way on this leg up or is this something about just sort of emotional intelligence that you were talking about alistair actually just even a paving to give. A monkey's is politically goes quite a long way. That just being able to sound like you understand and appreciate these things and obviously you know you want some policy the to sort of flow from that but sounding like your your you appreciate. The reality of people's lives is such a crucial thing in politics. Isn't it well. That's the problem with this government party. It's very male-dominated and a lot of the press conferences happy. Well we know that my eighty nine sentiment bean mailing. So you've got very male dominated government going on and ministers and then you have the sense when with childcare or with the over the or the all the big decisions. You're making the government's just not that. You know that fasting. Around by roy awards. And there's a lot of mixed messages that we you know we've been given the whole time and you know families are trying to work out what to do. They're trying to work out whether or not they go on holiday. They're trying to work out. Whether or not that. You should be at school that trying to work out. Whether the elderly parents can be visited. What you want is really clear concise message which is the one thing you're not getting and i think particularly women find that really exhausting when they're trying to plan and organize and get on with that day and then suddenly child back again because they've had to be in a bubble you just you just don't know what's going to happen. I think that's the real problem. And i think that's why they look at someone like southgate. Who's very clear by his aims on what he wants to do and it might be boring and dull and pedestrian in your possible. Ford's without much happening but at least you where you are with him. And i think that's what they feel like. Boris johnson is too much of a game. It's just not a up. I wonder as well whether the he seems like a nice man..
The Money Advantage Podcast
"pat patrick" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"Yup on the on. I'm prem the university is teaching. It's an online course. Teaching people in business so people who have a job on how to start a parallel business while they test it out and then move and tests the concept and all that so. It's it's more of an online platform there that's excellent. I'm really excited about these new businesses that you have and i'm really excited about the prophet recipe. I know you've been doing this since at least before i met you In so tell me who is this. Four what is the ideal business in. What is their stage right now. What type of challenges are they experiencing that you are solving for them in what. What is the ultimate outcome of working with you in the profit recipe got it. Yeah so the prophet recipe. We're looking for entrepreneurs who are who feel stuck in some way it could be stuck on. I just sold my business. Not sure what. I wanna do one. What's next. I don't know what's what's next in life. I don't know what i want to be when i grow up. Or they're growing their business but there it's taking too much from them like i don't people aren't doing what they're supposed to be doing. I'd have no clarity and visibility in my company. There's no like we all operate in silos and it's always laid feels like we're always putting out fires and we're not the firefighters were just putting out fires and we're not the fire station looking above the trees and you know kind of making sure so if you're feeling that you're overwhelm of you know there's no there's no true accountability rhythms meetings. You know what's what's going on. That's that's that's kind of our sweet spot. And then also you know people who want to have a community of of entrepreneurs who or leaders because it could be a leader with an entrepreneur leader within a company on i. I want to move the company forward. But i'm not sure how and i don't i want to have a voice. I want to bring health and team you know. And how do we create a conflict. You know pat patrick lynch yoni kind of concepts on how do we create functionality. And a team..
WGBB Sports Talk New York
"pat patrick" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Pat patrick their stock staff at oakley dot rivers. All guys. a lot of guys have just taken the time to come in and speak to the guys. I've had doctors lawyers. But you know i like to see the stars but in the real world. We know that it's one in a million that you can play in the nba. Right but you know i. I just tried to teach them to be good fathers mothers son. You know students people in your back to the community. A lot of them are women..
Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!
"pat patrick" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!
"In fact the day he had a lengthy post talking about jeff from ge and was kind of critical of him because he didn't follow this moral compass and kind of take ownership for some of the things that happened to ged. So i would. I would put bill george the top. I mean if you ever asked that question you if you can have dinner with anybody alive who would it be. He often comes out of the one person one person i would want to have. I've i met him briefly in a senior talk and he just exudes of all of the all of the traits that i think are most important in a leader and i think it should be a cross industry. I felt fortunate that i worked at the company. That that he that he was a big. A big driver of but Yeah he's he's somebody that that stood out and then the other is. I'm gonna talk about a collection of leaders. This isn't an individual. But i don't know if you've ever read the book small giants no. I was going to ask you about a book so this is perfect. The book and now say i'm not sure the titles right. He's got a fishbowl on the cover anyway. it's a story about all. i think. Ten twelve companies that all chose not to scale and grow for the sake of growth. And i found it fascinating. It was probably one of the most influential books. I've read about talking about this. This role of companies isn't just mindlessly. Grow forever on now. I sound like i'm at odds earlier. I if we want to treat as many patients get that. But i just really. I really admire people who run businesses for an intense other than maximizing growth and profit. I mean those kind of are synonymous but you read the stories of these people like the one ones stands anchor steam brewery like. He decided not to grow when he could have the reasons why he didn't do that. Why chose not to grow made a lot of sense. So i always look back on it just again. It's kind of in the same light as bill george but make decisions that are right for the stakeholders be at the employees. The customers be at the leadership. Whoever and it's not always about growth and it's not always about unbridled expansion The collection all of the people that were in that book always. He has people that. I that i admired and i would love to emulate in terms of just stop process being true to themselves not falling into the group think and being very deliberate so that that would be probably one of the books that i that i would put on that on that list. I got reading assignment then. Yeah pat patrick. Any other questions. It's been a really really nice conversation. I've really enjoyed kind of the mix of tactical programs that you're working on and some of the strategic. So thank you very much..
860AM The Answer
"pat patrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"pat patrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Through Friday night from eight until midnight. And a historic day in Washington today, we're gonna talk about The on trump impeachment trial. 2.0 it began. I guess you could argue today. Maybe it begins formally tomorrow. These these things they're sort of fluid. Today. The argument was a redo of the motion that I believe it was. Send a rien Paul filed a couple of weeks ago. Basically trying to knock out the trial is being unconstitutional and it went down. By a vote of 56 to 44. There were six Republicans who joined all Democrats who all 50 Democrats, along with six Republicans, Cassidy of Louisiana. Collins of Maine, Murkowski of Alaska, Romney of Utah sass of Nebraska and Toomey of Pennsylvania. That number six is well short of the 17 Republicans that would be needed to actually Convict Donald Trump. So we're gonna do is gonna open up the phone lines. I have a lot of sound that I would like to play from that It was broadcast on all of the Major networks, the main NBC, CBS and ABC, as well as CNN. And I'm assuming MSNBC, although I didn't check them out and Fox, so there were a lot of people who could have watched today, obviously. It ran from around one o'clock until I don't know fourth, well pretty close to five o'clock, actually, the Democrat House managers who are carrying the argument For the Democratic side played about a 30 minute video, which was put together very effective emotional video for the senator's tow watch. Of course, the senator's themselves who are the jurors on this trial. Would never be able to sit on a trial in the real world because they would all be stricken as jurors because they would have not only have formed opinions, but they would have been impacted by the trauma. Of January. 6th. In addition to be some questions raised about Theo, the one of the senators who's actually sitting In lieu of the chief justice of the Supreme Court. John Roberts has either decided not. He hasn't said anything as far as I know, but he is conspicuous by his absence. It has been explained away that the presence of this chief justice of the Supreme Court is only necessary when it is a sitting president. Who is in effect in the dock, and Pat Patrick Leahy, the 80 year old senator from Vermont, who has spoken out in advance on basically saying that Trump is guilty of incitement, insurrection. He is sitting as judge and conceivably, I guess will be one of the 100 jurors who would cast AH vote. Obviously, he cast a vote today because it was 50 50 Democrats and six Republicans who upheld The constitutionality of this this this event. Republicans going to call it a circus, and I'm sure Democrats going to see it as nothing more than justice delivered in an expeditious fashion, so Before I want to go to phones. That's what I want to do. Um, I do need to play a little bit. So let's let's just for those of you who missed some of it. Okay. Uh, we're just going to run through a couple of these very quickly just to give you a sense of it, so The lead manager of the house, the 17 members of the House who are carrying the ball for the Democrats. Eyes represented Congress men, Jamie Raskin, a Democrat of Maryland. Um, he after showing the video, and I think we've all seen the video of the day. Hey, this is what he had to say. This is cut 91, Rob cutting anyone? The president was impeached by the U. S. House of Representatives on January 13th for doing that. You asked for the high crime and misdemeanor is under our constitution. That's a high crime and misdemeanor. If that's not an impeachable offense than there is no such thing. Needless to say, the Republicans, the lawyers for much of the Republicans, the Democrats, but the lawyers for the president, including an attorney The former prosecutor out of Philadelphia. Bruce Castor, Um, see it quite differently, as you would expect. This is the president's leadoff lawyer, Bruce Castor, cut 101. This trial is about Is about trading liberty for the security from the mob. Honestly, No, it can't be. We can't be thinking about that. We can't possibly be suggesting that we punish people for political speech in this country. And if people go and commit lawless acts as a result of Their beliefs. And they cross the line. They should be locked up. One other well there. Several Democrats who spoke and this is a congressman Joe. No goose, I believe is how his name is pronounced his Democrat from Colorado, and he Addressed the the argument that now that Donald Trump is out of office, of course, the sanction in the Constitution is removal from office. If someone is convicted after the peach Mint, he made the argument that it is absolutely appropriate to try this case. Even though Donald Trump is now no longer in office. This is cut 94, please Rob Article one. Section two gives the House soul power of impeachment. Article one section pre gives the Senate Soul power to try all impeachments now based on President Trump's argument, one would think that language includes caveats. Exceptions. It doesn't It doesn't say impeachment of current civil officers. Doesn't say impeachment of those still in office. The framers didn't mince words. And again just to get a little bit of back and forth here, So you get a sense of it, asshole. What's going on here? Um, one of the president's other lawyers who spoke David shown I believe his house. Last name is pronounced. This will finish up with him for this segment Cut 1 11, please drop it is again for pure raw, misguided partisanship. Makes them believe playing to our worst instincts somehow is good. They don't need to show you movies to show you that the riot happened here. We will stipulate that it happened and you know all about it. This is a process fueled irresponsibly by base hatred by these house managers and those who gave them their charge, and they're willing to sacrifice our national character. To advance their hatred and their fear that one day They might not be the party in power. So here we are, Um, the impeachment trial. Uh, Trump impeachment Trump. Whose 2.0 is underway. If you have an opinion on it, and I suspect there will be very few of you who are ambivalent. The number 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. Is this long deserved justice. Or is this um Something less than justice. You. You tell me. I just want to give you the microphone. Open up an opportunity for you to say what you'd like to say. All points of view are welcome. I think that my feeling, as which I've expressed is this is an unconstitutional trial. Um I side with Alan Dershowitz and others. Who Who I respect immensely. They were citing some of the Republicans who Uh, who favored, uh, came down on the other side of the the argument on and one of them who they cited was former Solicitor general under Ronald Reagan. David Freed, Hey, is a unhealed early. I mean, a very elderly at this point, Um, a former law professor at Harvard. And freed has been wrong on a number of cases, including one that I was involved in in the same body case. His argument was that if the government put someone away Inappropriately and that individual can produce new evidence to prove his innocents within two or three of four years. That's wonderful. But if they don't produce that new evidence for 20 or 25 years, the longer they're away before they discovered the new evidence that.
"pat patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Yes, That's right. Getting up. That's right. I had nothing to do with it. All right? I just like to steal the credit from other piece head in his knee. Yeah. Watch where you post that new cap. The new coach of Detroit might just jump it off to you. We're gonna have a grace. Look, I'm grace pedo. Bye. All right, Super Bowl 55. I believe last week we were talking about what would be the what is the best match up? And I said, did we both say that bucks Chiefs is the best. I know you had a little glimmer glimmer in your eye veto for the bills making it But, Yeah, you got Patrick Mahoney's best player in the game. You got Tom Brady the best player of all time. It's in Tampa Bay home game for the Buccaneers. Insane. The chief's opened a three point favorites. It is depending on where you look been bet up to 3.5 in some spots. They is a rematch from week. 12. I believe that was a game. Okay, well, it was a close game at the end, but you remember that was the game. That wasn't it Wasn't that the game that Tyree kill just had 270 something yards in the first half first quarter? Yeah, he was going that's in the chief's kind of had the pedal to the metal in the first half, and then they're like, all right, well, just do enough to win in the second half. Are you going to have a limited Patrick the homes in this game? How much is the home field Advantage workout for the Buccaneers, who are going to be in front of 22,000 fans their home? I don't care what the number is. I'm betting Patrick homes in the chief's because that offense looks unstoppable to me. Me too. I just don't think there's any way even though He's the greatest of all time. I think it showed to me after a few weeks of the Kansas City offense sputtering, you know what I mean? When Pat Patrick Mahomes went down Gets Cleveland. We thought all what's wrong with this office? There's nothing wrong with this offense. There's nothing wrong with this offense. They look as good as last year. And when Buffalo's that night nothing Did anybody out there say? Yeah. Buffalo's gonna win. No, nobody did because they know what Patrick Mahomes can do. You can't just think you're gonna be able to score field goals against that Patrick Mahomes team and have a chance in hell. I think the chief's looked good enough. Even you said they spotted this season to be in this same situation for the next five years in a row. I just I don't look out there and be like, Oh, man, they've You better watch out for this team or anything. So I think you pencil them in there right now until somebody gets hurt your toe That word to me was an issue even though they said that you know, I was just wondering how that would affect his place. Got what? Another month to heal Jason. They don't play for weeks. I don't think that that's even gonna be a thing. I think it will be miraculously. But you also give Bruce Arian sometime to game plan and everything to the two great coaches going head to head. I hear where you and enter coming from. It's just the crazy side of me thinking of history and just who Tom Brady is and what he can will that team. I know. Maybe not eat strawberries. I'm just not. I'm probably gonna be on the box. She That's the thing except thing. This is this is not just Tom Brady and some other guys, you know? Look, look how they played yesterday. Especially that swarming defense. You're exactly right, Vito. I think we're underestimating the entire other members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. We really are. I think it's gonna be a real good game on disagree with color. He said that they think boring that Kansas City just going to run away with it. Let's go to Pflueger Ville and talked Steve on Caleb E. J. What's up, Steve? Hey, guys. Hey, I'm gonna tell you why Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are gonna win the Super Bowl. And it's not because I'm a Brady fan. I'm anything but I'm a little bitter is a matter of fact, because I'm a diehard Ram Stan. History has a way of repeating itself. And you guys remember the greatest show on turf? Yeah, that was that was my one highlight of the room stand and we had this all powerful offense that nobody could stop. We win the Super Bowl in 2000. We go to another Super Bowl. And what happened is this guy named Tom Brady, who's never wanted Super Bowl starts his infamous run by beating the Rams. They just so happen to be ST Louis Rams from Missouri, they ate the exact same situation in Kansas City. You got an offense that nobody thinks they can beat and he's going to end his career. His this It's run that he's had the same way that he began it. He's gonna spoil the kids into the city. Keep dreams, just like he spoiled us Ran's dreams. Yeah, he's gonna pull me up like the way you connecting like it stays there, Steve. It's really good. Your Ram's head transferred to Los Angeles. He's still a fan, or what do you do now? Was a ran stand back when Roman gave Rose Stone sex No in Los Angeles, and they already Louis, That's fine. I'm a big ST Louis Cardinals fan. Tears moving back to l A. I've just always been a fan. Always let me take. Can I tell you something? Sad Note? A friend of mine passed away A couple of days ago, Howard Hale. It was a defensive lineman for the L A. Rams. Remember him? He would. He played it. Howard Payne. He was with the Rams and the in the early eighties and then play for the USFL team in Los Angeles passed away. His son played it off tonight with Ferris Great great defense of linemen. Giant of a man sadly passed away a couple days ago. But now the Rams are interesting team because the Rams played Pittsburgh in Los Angeles. They played in the same town, but they didn't play at the same stadium where the Rams play. What's the weather out there right now? In Los Angeles. Yeah, beat on glad you asked that question in front of 05 nineties. 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