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"rammell" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

03:51 min | 11 months ago

"rammell" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"How do you change where you you just in jefferson as a draft. Pick this year. Well you have to wait for more. Legitimate injuries specifics. And you know as coaches don't really have to give their injury report to until before the game but in a situation like this The last person you want to believe is player so Look to see how quickly the player gets back and how he's moving you know and it doesn't really matter how it looks. I saw a lot of commentary coming across the twitter verse and and facebook and in some of the chat rooms and and really They're they're just is not that we've had so many non contact injuries that can put a player on the show just the way injury looks. It's not the way to decide how you can expect your player availability. So keep a close close. Look at what you're hearing out of that medical staff and how it's being reported in minnesota. I still want this flare. If if anyone tells me that this player is going to be less available early but it's still going to come back and be at full strength by week. Three or four. Then it's not gonna affect my draft position at all. There's no way he slips out of it third around because he used a b- best wide receivers in the nfl. And i think steel in the third round gene rammell who has a Steel as far as medical advice goes in fantasy football from football guys dot com We heard his His Diatribe on michael thomas yesterday. in the audible podcast and he said no basically. You're looking at michael thomas if you drafted you're drafting him to be a starter later in the twenty twenty one. Nfl season now. If that is the case you would think trae kwan. Smith is going to be a big player however he down on Tuesday this past week in new orleans and he has malpractice in his stead marquez. Calloway has looked great. And as the number one receiver. In fact luke johnson. Who covers the saints for the new orleans. Advocate says that. Calloway has quote taking ownership of being the top dog at receiver for the saints. Know thomas no smith and and that makes calloway essentially defacto number one. Why no callaway. Tonight is selected in the Football guys players championship live. Nature have draft at the six teams ten by Christmas and zab cap as the number five receiver if you were drafting. In the ftc main event and the football guys players championship here on august. Six twenty twenty one. How do you value a guy like marcus. Calloway when the injuries for thomas and smith are quite frankly an unknown or both he and trick on smith or such values double digit values. That you can afford to gamble so to speak with callaway. This is probably not that big. A gamble is counted receiver and last year. He had a breakout gain it. He is a player that His stepping forward when given the opportunity. But hey i can grab hold of number one receiver running back tight end position. Whatever it is they can grab hold of that physician when you're in the single digit dates of august. Let me see the guy. That's grabbing hold of that physician when we're in the room watching thursday night football at the f..

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Unvaccinated Snow Leopard at San Diego Zoo Catches Covid-19

Red Eye Radio

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Unvaccinated Snow Leopard at San Diego Zoo Catches Covid-19

"Diego Zoo is contracted Covid 19. Zookeepers noticed the nine year old Rammell had a cough and runny nose on Thursday and tested positive. Have been giving its animals vaccine shots, but Rommel hadn't been inoculated yet. I'm Derek Dennis

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"rammell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"rammell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"By. You Wish you could sex? I love this song like he was pointing stuff next days function. All right, joining us now? Well, you're listening to him. Young M C joins us on Katya er he's going to do the halftime show for the sun Stop you Young m c sub. Get us and shit. How you doing, man? I've listened to you guys. I know who you are. No, I know what you do. So it's all good. Now you know what I do you? Actually you actually listen to this show Young M c, not not daily, but, um, you know, so I didn't know lie like that. But I didn't listen to you from time to time. And you guys, you guys, you guys are fun and your thought provoking. Thanks, man. Wow. Well, I'm both of those and there's ghettos. So that's all that really matters. Yeah. So 1989. That song comes out your life changes like that You get a Grammy awards where? Where's your Grammy? By the way. It is in a box in my studio room. I've taken it out, like once or twice to make my, uh, my zoom background height because I have my plan and records of my zoom background so I want I want to give it to actually touch I put the Grammy on top of something. So somebody who's staring is like Oh, no, that's a grandee out there. So Yeah, I did the same thing. I take out my Grammys and Emmys, right when I want to make everything Hi. Hey. How long have you been living in Scottsdale? I have been here since. How can I was the mayor of Oh, six. Alright. Yeah. So, so 50 15 years I'm close to being a native. So you've been a sunshine either lighter skin. So when I moved that some man that son So you've been a Suns fan since you got here and and you know you you've watched this team and now you get to now you get to go and play the halftime show. That's awesome. Yeah, I mean, man, I won't lie. I grew up in New York. I spent 20 years in l A. So you know, the New York stuff never leaves your blood. You know, so I was watch my New York teams, but but I've grown into being a son span and they And the Cardinals fan, so it's been cool. So when did when did the sun's contact you and say Young, M c? You gotta come and hang out with us and played halftime. Okay, we're going to take you into the I'm going to take you into the sausage making. I love it. You've been talking. We have been talking about me doing a half time since the Nuggets series. Okay, but the sons have been too good. So they sweep the Nuggets. They don't get back here for Game five. So there's nothing not to do or game. I guess it was. Yes, it was too. So like it would have been Game six. Okay, so there was no game six. Then they talked about Game seven of the Clippers series, and they wanted in six. So now you know, I looked out and they got it for Game one here, but I've been in touch for a few weeks. And I did. I did a regular season have time for them A couple of years ago, like three years ago, did you? I've done quite a few NBA and several NFL half times as well. Did you do the Cardinals recently? Did the Cardinals. Hold on a second GT GT. When did I do the Cardinals? 18 or 17? That I did the Cardinals against the Cowboys being Montell Jordan? I forget what year was I was either it was either, too. Yes, I think it's 2018 Remember that. I remember that Montel like that? Yeah. Yeah. So are you Are you literally as I had to walk from the center of the In the center of the field while doing lyrics. And I think the amendment, the gym and everything like that. But that's a lot of steps, dude trying to do that on beat 170 beats a minute all you know. Yeah, you know, young M C middle age EMC, as were saying earlier, So trust me. I'm all what you get You get one of those jokes. Okay? I got funny. Don't worry that we're going to move up. And then after that, all of a sudden my signal gets bad and I gotta go. I gotta go. That's okay. Just remember. My name is gay does no no, no, not talking to young M C is going to be performing halftime today. So are you kind of excited, though they got through the series. Sorry. Masked. No no vermin to see my friends. I ran into Katie Rammell. I haven't seen Katie Ramelan years and and just to see her and how happy she was. She's broadcasting from here. We stopped taking Selfie. She puts it up on her social media, and I thought, you know, it's a big deal. She's an anchor and I've known I've known her literally. Over a dozen years here and and it's you know, just to see how happy my friends are, Um, and the people that are in media how happy they are. It's It's really It's really cool, let alone the athletes. You know, Because look, I travel all the time in 2016. I did 110 shows and out of those 100 intentions may be Four or five of them, Whether we're in driver within driving distance of my house, everything is out of town out of town, Sky Harbor, so to be able to come to something local, knowing that I've been here through the ups and downs this team for the last decade plus It's just It's really cool, you know? So I'm looking. I'm looking forward to putting on a good one for the people here tonight. Young M C is joining us. He's going to be the halftime show at the Sun's game. Obviously a bus to move huge hit in 1998 No 1989 1989 1989 There you go. 1989 Uncle Buck. It was an Uncle Buck Go! That goes with this Alexia 98. He tried to kill himself by running the back of the bus. That's right. That's what he did. He was that that song wasn't Uncle Buck. I love that. Yeah, Yeah. Yes, I still get royalties from that. Nice evidently. Well, God, I forget the name of the director, but he was a He was a fan of the label and a fan of the music. And so it was busted move, and the flip side got more rhymes as they're not moving. And I still say, Well, these from that. That is nice. Do you? Uh, Do you have a do you? Do you have a personal relationship with any of the Suns players? Do you know any of them or no? Not really Not really. I'm not out. You know, I'm with my girl and I'm home. And if I'm not home that I'm on the road or, you know, hopefully getting back in the studio, so I'm really not out as much as I was, you know, years ago when I was first year I would like when, whenever, like Plumley was playing. I'd see him in places and a couple of guys out of clothes, But I really don't go out as much. So you know, unless they're going to be shopping in my target, I'm not gonna run into one. Hey, uh, young M c. We're talking to go and see tonight the halftime show going to rock it. He's going to bust a move for everybody, not just the valley but nationwide. You see the young kids now who get into the music and your music?.

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"rammell" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"rammell" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"Ch- yeah all right. Well we will keep it. Keep it for yield munitions call now not your now. Honorary brucke remember off of being a member of the show or guests on the show so horns. Please clap something. It is official official said once. She has the festival where we can dress up. That we're going to be guest. Were gonna get we'll get ready. Absolute will Six months notice on the six months notice. You know about love nitro. I need to be there for nitro festival. Dress up dress up. sorry. I didn't. I didn't have but i'm here for the beer. Were people dressed up so if you don't most people are kind of in slacks or something. Nice it's it's a beer festival. it's totally different experience. We have like acrobats. Fire shows leg and bill rammell pictures after this all seventy five percent. That's a lot of people you are the oddball avalon. Happy anniversary bevan. But we'll go signal. When i when i when i wasn't denver. It is literally like liquor stores and churches for breweries like it's breweries everywhere like a rundown sidewalk. Nobody knows is all vacant. And there's a brewery in the middle and there's no other buildings is everywhere. How how do you guys compete like. I'm never i know. I heard asheville. North carolina has a lot of breweries per capita. Like this. but like you guys have been around. Your guys are one of the first breweries in the area. How do you guys. Even 'cause. I know you guys are nationwide now. No bear so people people in them carse because they override. That's not a winning the upgraded navigation package. 'cause i'm going along the longmont you tell them you're going along monday already upgraded its mission. All-terrain all will drive heated heated seats. I think part of it to do with our history. We're one of the oldest in colorado and the oldest properties in colorado. I think business brings business. You came out here. Probably on vacation and more people are out more grease around us make her fans better bring more tourism And i think.

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"rammell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"rammell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Free and ethically made clothing kind of have everything covered under dining with seven just to show people that you don't need animals or animal by products you live a happy healthy life and obviously this is a huge passion of yours word of the action begins for you so I I first became a vegetarian when I was eleven years old because I made the connection that the animals that I love when they were alive were also the same ones that ended up on my plate at dinner time and I just mean that connection I was like I don't think I can do this anymore so stop eating meat an eleven and over the years learned about the different different aspects of the egg industry in the dairy industry and realized I couldn't really call myself an animal lover if I was still giving money to them so that kind of got me started on veganism I've always been very passionate about animal rights and as Instagram is growing I realized within the vegan Instagram community there was a place missing for somebody that was just kind of living a normal life not necessarily eating raw foods or smoothie bowls every single day just somebody that was having yeah I mean healthy easy meals that could be made by anybody and enjoyed by anybody and weren't necessarily all about carrots and broccoli and all that so that's how I got started on it never since then it's just been growing it's been such a fun ride so called that's one thing I love talking about with gases how do you differentiate yourself and not feel like you have to set the trend didn't fit the mold but you can really be yourself and stand out in your unique way it within an industry and veganism is a niche to begin with but then you further carved out a niche by like you said being able to enjoy those every day too so did you just do that because that was your passion or was that a strategic move tell me a little bit about your thought process behind creating this brand yes it actually wasn't really a strategic move at all I had a personal Instagram and I was sharing photos of the vegan burger that I made in the vegan mac and cheese that I made and I realize that I thought you know my friends and family were kind of getting annoyed about me always taking a picture of my lunch so I was like okay fine I'll start another in Rammell call it dining with seven and I'll just put everything there and I really actually didn't put that much thought into it for maybe the first like eight or nine months it was just on Instagram dining with Devin pictures of food and that was it and then I you know I started realizing companies were reaching out to me brands were send me products for me to try and review if I liked and that's when it clicked that I realized that this could be more than just a hobby just a profile on Instagram it could actually be something way more I love your story because that is really my advice for anyone who wants to create a business being themselves around their passion is start on Instagram that's a great way to test out your ideas for to find you're always you know started just to create content and develop a relationship with your audience because that's one of the biggest things is developing a relationship with your audience before you would ever even monetize company so can you tell me about those beginning you know when you're really developing that relationship in that audience yeah sure I've always maintained a very finely normal I think relatable invoice online you know so I would be talking about how gosh I'm trying to be on a diet but here's a vegan donuts I can't resist and like while you know kind of just trying to be relatable to the girls who are following me that are also my age I didn't want to be promoting like work out every single day like eat strawberries for dinner like that's not me at all a life where you're writing yourself exactly of deprivation is not something that I want anybody to feel on a vegan diet so I just try to show them how it can be super accessible and familiar and I think my my audience came to rely on me to provide them with honest reviews of products of the hotels that I was staying in or the different restaurants I was going to and I I always really do keep that I maintain that honesty if I don't like something I'm not gonna say that I like it just because they sent it to me I'm getting paid for it so just kind of you know being truthful about everything yeah and I think the temptation off and on Instagram when you're trying to build your brand isn't just to kind of find a photo you like an ATA generic caption that doesn't really suck people and doesn't create a connection I should say you tell us how you really make sure that through your caption you're taking it a little bit deeper and creating that connection yeah sure you know I I'm trying to think of like my captions in particular I usually just write what I'm thinking like the other day and I did a collaboration with purple carrot which is a mail delivery service and they sent me some other foods to make and I posted a picture of the homemade empanadas that I made I've never made homemade empanadas and my life so this is kind of a whole new experience and I was very proud of the way they turned out and so my caption was really just like oh my god you guys I just made homemade empanadas these are amazing you've got to try them because I really enjoyed them I gave them to my friends they really like them as well so it just kind of that's what I was feeling I was writing what I was thinking about it and that was the caption for that one sometimes also includes facts about veganism explanations every few months about why am vegan so that the people who were just following me kind of get a background but when I'm doing everything yeah it's really story telling telling your story sometimes educating like you sad truth backs and really just being normal which sounds like it would be easy but social media is a very a normal you have to kind of remind yourself just to talk to people how you would naturally talk to them if you were on the phone or in person exactly yeah I I treat everybody that follows me as a friend which is hard when there's so many of them but anytime I get approached in public it's always like will come with me at the restaurant now let's talk I don't want anybody to feel like I'm not who I am online in real life and that's what's so relatable I think sometimes the temptation is to talk down to people or to make it seem like you live in this glamorous life that's unattainable but I think what really resonates with people is that authenticity and that relate ability is that you do a great job of doing thank you so much one of the hardest part is when you decide you want to monetize it because it goes from being a hobby like you said to becoming a business and then you have to start treating it like a business not losing the heart and the soul the passion behind it but obviously making more strategic decisions so can you tell me about around about that time that you decided to turn it into a business sure yeah I think when I first head maybe three thousand followers I realized that I could provide a value for companies when you have three or four thousand followers you don't make a huge impact but I wanted to kind of get started so I reached out to a couple companies I already like tonight just ask them Hey would you want to send me some product in exchange for a post and it started out like that always a trade yeah yeah it was a trade and you know so I wasn't getting paid for it but I felt like having these brands in my post made me look a bit more legitimate as a person to work with and it showed that you were open to that because sometimes you really do have to spell it out for brands that Hey I do this kind of content definitely yeah I started I decided to start charging when I was putting in so much time in the making this post look really beautiful and to really write out the caption and incorporate these products into these entities posts and my time was just worth more than you know an eight dollar coconut water bottle so I started my price points really low brands are willing to pay it now as I grow every thousand or five hundred followers that a growing increased my price and it's been working really well and yeah that's great I think often influencers under valued themselves and it's important to know your value and what you really can charge for these different brands collaborations and I've heard actually that there are sites out there that will help you come up with that formula do you use anything like that to help you come up with a formula or do you just kind of go for talking your ear is instincts how do you measure what you're gonna charge so I did used to use those websites I think one of them was called social blue book and I did use that to kind of figure out where I should start my price points when I was first beginning and now I have a set income and then I increased and the more that I grow and I learned that actually from a friend of mine who's a huge social media influencer and he kind of gave me some guidance about how much I should be charging based on how many followers I have so that's how I got started with that you really have to be thinking about your audience here serving what they are going to want to see and making sure it's on brands right definitely on brand that's a word that I use all the time especially when I'm responding to emails like I just don't feel that your product is really on brands for me and it's true I mean I don't I don't use protein powders so I don't a protein powder is not on brand for me we're gonna take a short break and when we come back.

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"rammell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"rammell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is a huge passion of yours word of this action begin for you so I I first became a vegetarian when I was eleven years old because I made the connection that the animals that I love when they were alive were also the same ones that ended up on my plate at dinner time and I just mean that connection I was like I don't think I can do this anymore so stop eating meat an eleven and over the years learned about the different different aspects of the the ag industry in the dairy industry and realized I couldn't really call myself an animal lover if I was still giving money to them so that kind of got me started on veganism I've always been very passionate about animal rights and as Instagram is growing I realized within the vegan Instagram community there was a place missing for somebody that was just kind of living a normal life not necessarily eating raw foods or smoothie bowls every single day just somebody that was having yeah I mean healthy easy meals that could be made by anybody and enjoyed by anybody and weren't necessarily all about carrots and broccoli and all that so that's how I got started on it never since then it's just been growing and it's been such a fun ride so called that's one thing I love talking about with gases how do you differentiate yourself and not feel like you have to set the trend didn't fit the mold but you can really be yourself and stand out in your unique way it within an industry and veganism is a niche to begin with but then you further carved out a niche by like you said being able to enjoy those every day too so did you just do that because that was your passion or was that a strategic move tell me a little bit about your thought process behind creating this brand yes it actually wasn't really a strategic move at all I had a personal Instagram and I was sharing photos of the vegan burger that I made in the vegan mac and she is that I made and I realize that I thought you know my friends and family were kind of getting annoyed about me always taking a picture of my lunch so I was like okay fine I'll start another in Rammell collet dining with seven and I'll just put everything there and I really actually didn't put that much thought into it for maybe the first like eight or nine months it was just on Instagram dining with seven pictures of food and that was it and then I you know I started realizing companies were reaching out to me brands were Stanley products for me to try and review if I liked and that's when it clicked that I realized that this could be more than just a hobby just a profile on Instagram it could actually be something way more I love your story because that is really my advice for anyone who wants to create a business being themselves around their passion is start on Instagram that's a great way to test out your ideas start to find you're always you know started just to create content and develop a relationship with your audience because that's one of the biggest things is developing a relationship with your audience before you would ever even monetize company so can you tell me about those beginning you know when you're really developing that relationship in that audience yeah sure I've always maintained a very finely normal I think relatable voice online you know so I would be talking about how gosh I'm trying to be on a diet but here's a vegan don't I can't resist and like while you know kind of just trying to be relatable to the girls who are following me that are also my age I didn't want to be promoting like work out every single day and like eat strawberries for dinner like that's not me at all a life where you're writing yourself exactly of deprivation is not something that I want anybody to feel on a vegan diet so I just try to show them how it can be super accessible and familiar and I think my my audience came to rely on me to provide them with honest reviews of products of the hotels that I was staying in or the different restaurants I was going to and I I always really do keep that I maintain that honesty if I don't like something I'm not gonna say that I like it just because they sent it to me I'm getting paid for it so just kind of you know being truthful about everything yeah and I think the temptation off and on Instagram when you're trying to build your brand isn't just to kind of find a photo you like an ATA generic caption that doesn't really suck people and doesn't create a connection I should say you tell us how you really make sure that through your caption you're taking it a little bit deeper and creating that connection yeah sure you know I I'm trying to think of like my captions in particular I usually just write what I'm thinking like the other day and I did a collaboration with purple carrot which is a mail delivery service and they sent me some other foods to make and I posted a picture of the homemade empanadas that I made I've never made homemade empanadas and my life so this is kind of a whole new experience I was very proud of the way they turned out and so my caption was really just like oh my god you guys I just made homemade empanadas these are amazing you've got to try them because I really enjoyed them I gave them to my friends they really like them as well so it just kind of what I was feeling I was writing when I was thinking about it and that was the caption for that one sometimes also includes facts about veganism explanations every few months about why am vegan so that the people who were just following me kind of get a background about why I'm doing everything yeah it's really story telling telling your story sometimes educating like you sad truth backs and really just being normal which sounds like it would be easy but social media is a very a normal you have to kind of remind yourself just to talk to people how you would naturally talk to them if you were on the phone or in person exactly yeah I I treat everybody that follows me as a friend which is hard when there's so many of them but anytime I get approached in public it's always like will come with me at the restaurant now let's talk I don't want anybody to feel like I am not who I am online in real life and that's what's so relatable I think sometimes the temptation is to talk down to people or to make it seem like you live in this glamorous life that's unattainable but I think what really resonates with people is that authenticity and that relate ability is that you do a great job of doing thank you so much one of the hardest part is when you decide you want to monetize it because it goes from being a hobby like you said to becoming a business and then you have to start treating it like a business not losing the heart and the soul the passion behind it but obviously making more strategic decisions so can you tell me about around about that time that you decided to turn it into a business sure yeah I think when I first head maybe three thousand followers I realized that I could provide a value for companies when you have three or four thousand followers you don't make a huge impact but I wanted to kind of get started so I reached out to a couple companies I already like tonight just ask them Hey would you want to send me some product in exchange for a post and it started out like that always a trade yeah yeah it was a trade and you know so I wasn't getting paid for it but I felt like having these brands in my post made me look a bit more legitimate as a person to work with and it showed that you were open to that because sometimes you really do have to spell it out for brands Hey I do this kind of content definitely yeah I started I decided to start charging when I was putting in so much time in the making this post look really beautiful and to really write out the caption and incorporate these products into these entities posts and my time was just worth more than you know an eight dollar coconut water bottles so I started my price points really low brands are willing to pay it now as I grow every thousand or five hundred followers that a growing increased my price and it's been working really well and yeah that's great I think often influencers under valued themselves and it's important to know your value and what you really can charge for these different brands collaborations and I've heard actually that there are sites out there that will help you come up with that formula do you use anything like that to help you come up with a formula or do you just kind of go from talking your ear is instincts how do you measure what you're gonna charge so I did used to use those websites I think one of them was called social blue book I did use that to kind of figure out where I should start my price points when I was first beginning and now I have a set income and then I increased and the more that I grow and I learned that actually from a friend of mine who's a huge social media influencer and he kind of gave me some guidance about how much I should be charging based on how many followers I have so that's how I got started with that you really have to be thinking about your audience here serving what they are going to want to see and making sure it's on brands right definitely on brand that's a word that I use all the time especially when I'm responding to emails like I just don't feel that your product is really on brands for me and it's true I mean I don't I don't use protein powders so I don't a protein powder is not on brand for me we're gonna take a short break and when we come back we're gonna talk more about growing Igor following other revenue streams you can potentially too tight we are the biggest entrepreneur platform on the planet this is business rockstars trade pro what do you specialize in service or new construction Ferguson knows first hand how much work goes into a long day on.

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"rammell" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"rammell" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Will in the European Cup because he schooled big gulls particularly against bomb in the semi finals. And then obviously the goal against. Let's go in the final in this. Because I was kind of if you like kind of action man moments. I think he gets talked about much more than PK note because he's a defender even because comparible defend the star this tickly, but there is much more of this kind of study inspired at least this is something that just said well best if in a row. Rammell obviously and PK for too long hasn't even been in that conversation, and he should have been he should have been that conversation. Certainly we've in Spanish context, but also five six maybe even seven years. No, you love these either or type of questions up the end of the field. You can stop. I on this to South American strikers think roughly the same sort of age Sergio Aguayo Luis Suarez who you taking. Louis worth by miles. Why? Because he's better. Mean really like so here wet, and he was absolute stiff you're worried about away when he when he first broke through outlets, and he came to go, I think at the age of eighteen those first two threes. He was absolutely wonderful playing on almost on his own up front. A lot of time. The bull pump longtime making things happen almost entirely by himself. But I just think Luis Suarez as being in terms of looking for number nine loose worth probably being the best in the world. At least on and off for the last six maybe seven years strike is in the room. Do you? Concur. The movement of Louis WADA's is off the ball is better than that said. If you wait for that reason alone, I will take we also live what we brings not only to. But what he brings to his national team which said here has been able to do with Argentina. Impossible to separate when you look at what they've done from swatter, forcing you to separate. You can only take one you building a team. Gorrell taking whereas for the Golden Bear the last year for me, it appear goals go. Yes. We can talk about home applaud could talk with Lynn co play with Suarez. Why does this not up? You're going for. He also links very well. Right. So so then you're gonna you're gonna put him step down because links very well. If you let me finish. The trauma gouty did not trapped when he was at Liverpool the whether the trunks form so employers absolutely gone by the wayside. He's quite remarkable. He did image and continues to do amazing things. Just because I disagree with you. And Sidney doesn't really it doesn't matter to me. I'll go with the glare. Dr. I have no idea what? I what's going on. Shack. He can get no not moving. Last one. What song don't you ready for a big game? What song was? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Any music in the locker room. There was a really big game in you'll. The day. Nobody had this. Would that walkman? I was about this. Josh would then. Cassette track. Every. Woman on west. Let me say what was the moment. Neil Ruddock and yet, right? You should be Elvis was elevate. Paul Tobin when you played. Piano, piano. Has it against some heavy mental? DC bucking blocking blind. No Danja the penalty on Spotify. Whatever you do. It's still played everywhere in every state the answer. Extratime different events. Right. Everybody off. Hey, I've told this story before, but this Everybody off. Hey, I've told this story before, but this is stores NO my career where one team that I play for. We were not very good, in fact, terrible. So they used to play. Chiefs. Tonight's going to be a good night. Him back in the locker room. I don't know if it's going to be. Good. Cain to be honest with not really not going to. It really was a good night was with With cheese. the other team. The drama. We will hopefully joy, the pleasure of your company next time around ESPN available every day on ESPN, plus.

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