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"ripken" Discussed on WTOP
"Soaring cost of school construction. The bill, though, was not successful in a Republican led panel after some lawmakers said they didn't want to increase your tax burden Money news 25 and 55 with Android. This is a Bloomberg money minute. You can forget a lot of what you used to think about kids playing baseball. Youth sports, changed. When I was a baseball player in the early days, I looked at myself as a sportsman. A baseball Hall of Famer, Cal Ripken. You know, nowadays, it seems like it's more of a bigger form of entertainment. It's grown, the salaries of brown. The bigger the pro game gets, the more efforts to get youngsters interested in the game are needed. And to that end, youth sports company Ripken baseball run by Cal and is retired big league brother Billy is combining with youth baseball empire cooperstown all star village. It's a deal backed by two billionaire owners of NBA NHL and MLS franchises. Ripken says his top goal is to foster kids love for baseball. If they have the talent and they move through their developer process and now they have enough love for the game that has been burned out that they can pursue that at the highest level. Biggest key to success. I don't think there's any real shortcuts to it. You got to put your time in. Of course, Cal would say that. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Andrew O'Day on WTO. No Wall Street trading until the morning because of the holiday, but Tokyo stocks are lower by about a quarter percent Australia down nearly 1% South Korea's cost speed down a fraction. Coming up after traffic and weather, some analysis of President Biden's latest overseas trip a surprise trip to the Ukrainian capital today before flying to Poland tonight. Stay close to WTO pay money news brought to you by Progressive Insurance. Your small business keeps you on the go. Progressive commercial insurance keeps your policy within reach with their
"ripken" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"To him. Well, good evening. Oh, hi. You live here in the building? No, we're from the police department. I'm lieutenant Guthrie, this side and grand hour. I don't know if you were waiting for someone, mister briskin. I have to give you credit, lieutenant, and that initial on your tie bar help. There's been some trouble down the hall, mister Zimmerman's apartment. There, so I know that you seem pretty interested in that mister Ripken. Those little had my name, sergeant, so maybe in a while I'm interested. No, we don't. Well, you? Women will be so much of tenon. I expect it to be paid to lie close to $25,000. That's quite a debt. Well, it was my money in the first place. No profit. I don't promise. He was a broker and investment. I placed that money with him to be invested. And I found out he was trimmed on his last deal. He took an awful bleeding. I told him I was pulling my money out before it went too. Pulling up a smaller on the phone, he didn't like it, but he studies have it for me tonight. Zimmerman's been murdered. I guess you figured that. Yes, yes, but how did you get my name, do you mind? No. They find it on the Manila envelope in his bedroom. And the money over what a game will open been open. It was empty. What? That money strong? Lots of looks that way. Yeah. Yeah, that's the way it looks. Well, I guess not extraordinary. Just a minute. Where do you live mister rifkin? We may want to get in touch with you. Sure, I hope so. The beakman class of room two 20. The first named Robin, room two 20. Okay. Well, I smoked them and hanged. You've got to get back to the lineup, don't you man? We're pretty soon. You coming? No. And let me have that earring that. I'm going to look up a lady.
"ripken" Discussed on Riot Podcast
"In your gut your like We're being attacked. And so that's kind of when everything got real at first it was just like. Oh what's going on. But we were in california so we were three hours behind you because you were in florida. Yeah and we were. We got a call. It's my september. Eleventh is my friend's birthday. he was. When i was a youth pastor. He was our junior high pastor and so he usually call and we talk on his birthday or something like that but he calls me at seven. Am he's in atlanta georgia now at this time and he calls me at seven. Am and i got the 'cause hey did you hear what. Turn on the tv so we turn on the tv and we saw the first building and then we witnessed with everybody else. The second happened. And i remember that day we were it was the weirdest experience. We went to work Week christine i had a business at that time we were also use pastors but we went to work and it was just like weird eerie. We couldn't even work. I mean we actually don't think anybody we couldn't work and then what's really funny is the whole connie shop down again member that and just nothing was going and we're like oh my gosh. How do we survive all the businesses. Because we weren't in cash flow at that time. We're not really that much cash now but god provided for us to sell. American flags is the weirdest so we got The thousands of orders and we went to these thrifty drug drugstores in california and we started calling all the thrifty in every one of them took took flags from us and so we were distributing these flags. I never did distributing flags we had opera connections to that because of the marketing that we were doing and then we got a big huge thing from china. China's supplied us with a lot of flags to and esus such enough so fellow americans. Only buy flags made in america. Please weird but yeah that's how we got through those. Those three months is selling flags flags everybody everybody so some of my memories so we crystalline. I had already had a trip planned in new york city. She was a a big. Cal ripken fan and cal. Ripken was retiring that year. It was his last year so as a surprise for her i bought. I bought tickets to yankee stadium to watch The orioles and cal ripken come up and played his last time in yankee stadium so we already had tickets for the end of september original ironman..
"ripken" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Sahara on that no. I don't think so. I don't think so. He wasn't. how old is hana compared to jeeter. Well same age but -posedly five years younger and also very steroid. There was so many great shortstops a little bit before that time. Though barry larkin and omar vizquel. I mean there was was that was that was. Yeah but that was before that the nineties early two thousands was the age of the shortstop. Jeeter jeter was one of the first jeeter and a-rod we're one of the first big body guys there were other ripken was ripken was definitely The the guy leading the charge because live ripken was definitely a bigger than most and i think he kind of paved the way for some of these other guys anyway yet. They're the nomar jeeter thing. It's hilarious it's it's a good one. I'm glad the red sox out a little chuckle on that because it's not it's not close when you see the careers. Jeeter destroys always fun to remember number three dj three k. Church family kalamazoo one thing. Three two come three got together and written this script got told me to pick up three thousand hits the glorious history the charges you what david price stage everything he can handle two through some change. I think he finally drew a slider. What we've seen derek home runs. The other way we've seen a pulse of homerun juice. Some off speed pitches. Remember three thousand. Derek jeter this is another non. Playoff just isolated. This is a milestone moment for derek. Jeter his three thousand hit history with an exclamation point. I'm okay with that michael. Kay calls better than where fantasy becomes reality. Jeeter homerun off david price. I three thousand hit. He goes five for five in. That game ends up driving in the winning run in the eighth inning. This maybe you think it's too high. Maybe you think it should be higher lower. Whatever we all knew he was gonna get three thousand like you said barring a career ending injury he was gonna reach three thousand. Yeah but to do it with a home. Run as the first yankee going for five. After to that point in the season on july ninth derek. Jeter stat line was to fifty seven three twenty one. Three twenty nine yeah. He was struggling bad. That is dog shit. He was horrendous up until that moment and after the game he he said. I've been lying for a long time telling you guys. There was no pressure. The one time dirge feels pressure in his entire career is nothing to do with game importance and only do with like a personal milestone thankfully in the world series. He's he's cool. I'm good in the world series but in this in this personal moment when he was probably worried about detracting from the team. I got to get this out of the way so we can just move on with our season. He gets it off price and five for five. That was a to me that stood out as a moment and then he from there on out after that moment for the rest of the season hit three thirty eight three ninety two four two four fifty one so he was derek jeter again after he got that out of the way so again this one tells that tells the tale of why these moments are so different because of this. One is yeah. It's a it's a. It's a game in the middle of the year. But it's an it's an accolade that is huge and he does it in grand fashion. That's that's the thing with him. He's got that he's got the moment he's got the the i for for the big moment. He likes the dramatics. He likes all the the good stuff. It's not like you look at that guys like oh that guy is screaming for attention. Not like that kind of thing. She just likes the it seems like he's he's he's a magnet for big moments. It's just it's crazy how he does it in in fashion. And you can't even call it. We've had this debate on clutch for for a couple of weeks now like this isn't even clutch because it took forever to get there. But it's dramatic in the way in the way that it went down because everybody's trying to be at the stadium when this happens everybody's trying to get that one ticket to be at the stadium when this happens and it doesn't happen doesn't happen and people got lucky on that day. So the fact that he went five for five as as took boot with a home. Run to to to get that three thousand very baby. I mean there's that's just it's just you know a very big moment that epitomizes the who he is and how he does things he was only the second player in history to get his three thousand hit with a home run. The first is wade boggs and then obviously it a few years later. That always bothered me. Era did it as well. It just like really. You couldn't have just got a single up the middle a-rod you had to get a home run to. Yeah but wasn't it raining and there was nobody there which was that when he when it was raining in his final day is final game ever. It was a rain delay. Yeah that's right. And the next day was aaron. Judge day but no that was off. Justin verlander and i also believe justin verlander group fastball. Well again that's rice didn't groove derek. Jeter anything in his at bat. It was an eight pitch at bet and he hit a slider down in zone to left field..
"ripken" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Has it throws the first and Allen at first is their experience and Olive All senses has its major league Baseball's No hit game of this season NFL. Sanchez tossed the no hitter on this date back in 2000 and six, the first and major league baseball since Randy Johnson through one. In 2000 and four. Think about that. Considering which transpired this season. The 6364 games between no nose was the longest drought in major league history. There have been eight again so far this season, including no hitters thrown on back to back days in May two and two. Here's the pitch. On foot hole to right field hits one game 3rd 16 on ahead in 2000 and one Barry Bonds. It is 60th home run of the season in just his 141st game, fastest player. Had reached that number in a single season. This might be in weight. Yeah, it is. It's gone. Hey, 500 for it. Eddie Murray became the 15th player to reach the 500 home run plateau. He finished his career with 504 Long balls second most all time for a switch hitter behind Mickey Medal and finally, Major League baseball crowd. A new iron man on this date. 1995 What began on May 30th 1982 and continues September 6th 1995. It's game. The Angels trailing is now in the book. Let it be said that number eight. Cal Ripken Jr has reached the unreachable star. Yes. Three years later at Cal Ripken Jr sat out a home game against Lou Gehrig's former team, along with the fans of Camden Yards. The Yankees dugout gave Ripken a standing ovation history, ending with a record 2632 consecutive games. Played gym basketball. Thank you very much September 6th what a date in history. This is September 6th 2021 are thanks to.
"ripken" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Welcome back into the third segment of today's episode for the gmc baseball podcast. Now we are finishing up rate. Here are september hero for every club and we just ended on the nationals. Adam roach and the roach did very very well that year and finished sixth. The nfl mvp voting season or inevitable. Nl mvp voting. That season laroche hit in the month. Three twenty four average at three nine on base percentage and a sixty seven slugging percentage. That is fantastic. Great job for him and helped the help the nationals get to their second ever postseason appearance like we talked about but up next is the orioles. Cal ripken junior now. He was following up his stellar rookie. Campaign and ripken second. Half is one of the best in baseball history in team history too but he was particularly dangerous in september heating. Three ninety three with eleven doubles. Six home runs in one thousand. Nine hundred ripken also scored thirty runs and post eight. Ten twenty three. Opiates that helped the os the world series that year and also to the al mvp. We'll also talk about. That's a team. I'd like to talk about is the nineteen eighty-three orioles. Just because of how good they actually ended up being and they actually ended up winning the world series that year. Nineteen eighty-three if you didn't know but that is a fantastic fantastic story that we we should probably cover here in the near future. The padres the one thousand nine hundred eight kevin brown season the padres acquired brown prior to the one thousand nine hundred eight season with the goal of adding h. Who could put them over. The top and brown did exactly that. The san diego steamroll their way to ninety eight wins and the title brown posted a two. Oh six second-half era and in five starts in the season's final month. He struck out thirty five and walked only six. He foreshadowed a dominant. First two rounds of that postseason as well up next we have the phillies and vagus that this word goes to ryan howard from two thousand eight now. Howard always seemed to hit really well in the late season in two thousand eight. It proved to be no exception. He at three fifty two with eleven home runs thirty two. rbi's is and twelve. Seventy four in september ranked the fourth best opie s in september franchise history and helped the phillies overcome three and a half game deficit. The mets with sixteen games to play in the east the pirates in one thousand nine hundred to bury bonds. Now there is an argument for ralph connor who hits sixteen of his fifty four home runs and recorded thirty. Three of his one hundred. Twenty seven rb is in nineteen forty nine on after september. First but more and more recently garrett cole in two thousand thirteen j happened. Two thousand fifteen puts the pirates in the postseason with strong stretch performances the bonds who capped off his nineteen ninety-two. Nl mvp award winning season with an absolutely absurdly productive like final month bonds. That year slashed a three ninety-two average. A five thirty seven on base percentage in slugged an eight thirty three slugging percentage. That is nuts. He had eleven home runs. Twenty-seven rbi's nine steals and more than twice as twice as many walks had thirty three walks as strikeouts were fifteen. The as the bucks went twenty two and ten after september first to win the east that year up next is the rangers and they had adrian belt trae a twenty fifth fifteen. Now veltri fueled the rangers second half to division title by hitting three forty four with five home runs thirty eight. Rbi and a four zero three on base percentage after slugging a five fifty five percentage over thirty two games in september and october yet. Four twenty four with a seven of seven slugging percentage with a with thirty three. Rbi in the last twenty three games. That is absolutely nuts. Holy crap but texas didn't clinch the division title until the last day of the season when the rangers trailed the angels to one in the bottom of the fifth when trae put them ahead for good with a two run home. Run off of gear richards. Texas would end up winning that game. Ninety two up next is the raise and adair it'll be dot com is crediting randy rose arena last year for their push now acquired from saint louis before the season in trade that hardly made waves rose arena was called up on august thirtieth and immediately began putting his stamp all over the twenty twenty campaign. The young outfielder exploded with a two eighty eight average. A three thirty three seventy seven slash line or sorry on base percentage any six seventy eight to finish his slash line yet. Seven home runs three steals across twenty one september games to help the raise pool away from the yankees for the east titled. Somehow that wasn't just a preamble. To arenas october we set. Mlb all time. Postseason records with ten home runs and twenty eight and twenty nine till hits while leading tampa bay to the al pennant that year. One guy that. I want to kind of give some credit to is david david price In two thousand and eight. That was his like when he first made his debut. Now he use- fantastic that year absolutely when he when he joined the team and he made his major league game on september fourteenth which is one of the reasons. He didn't really pitched that much in that season but he did help. Get the the raise to the world series that year and i feel like it needs a little bit of a little bit of a talking point right here. But the first hit he allowed was on september fourteenth. Two thousand eight against the yankees and the first hit that he allowed was home. Run by derek jeeter and then jeeter would of course to get his three thousand By homering again off of david price in two thousand and eleven price pitched five and a half innings of relief. He made his first major league start with the race on september. Twenty second two thousand eight against the orioles. He was also the winning pitcher in game two of the oasis against boston. Earning postseason victory before winning a regular season game. Brace recorded the final four outs of game. Seven of the a out of the o. Eight ale cs a. Earning his first career saved regular or postseason. Our act i'm sorry regular season or postseason and postseason stats are technically recorded separately though and he eliminated the defending champion boston. Red sox and then price pitched to two third two and a third innings of game two in the world series against the vilis. He did give up to ron's but nevertheless he urged his second post-season day save that. I mean so. David price definitely deserves a little bit of a mentioned right there for sure up. Next is the red sox. And it's carlos crimsky in nineteen sixty seven to completely quote unquote impossible dream and get to the world series. The red sox needed a superhuman effort from you stransky in the final two games other agencies. Him both wins. Mutt both wins against both. I'm sorry both must win. Games against the twins. That's exactly what has provided going seven for eight with a double a home run and six. Rbi.
"ripken" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"And he's not going to get three thousand nine he he probably get two thousand to be honest with you and he is. He's the veteran on the mariners team. He's been with the club for tech for his entire ten year career and the fact and he's missed a little bit of time with injury but mostly he's been he's been there. Yeah he's been around he's been everyday guy but it. It feels like guys careers either. A they don't last long enough to get there or be because of days off. Those numbers are chopped down. Because that's the thing is that you know that that wasn't something we saw. There's a reason that The cal ripken was able to set the ironman record right because he never took a day off now a manager of cow. We sit down. You know we need to town here what you say. Yeah but he can't run out there and play you know no so if they're benching in for a day just to give recipes gonna he's gonna Today and And we see that a whole lot more now guys instead of playing one hundred six games. They're playing hundred fifty hundred fifty five. Which i think. Thirty cents on thirty even. Yeah so I don't know how many guys were actually going to get to see. Hit three thousand games. So tough yeah. It's it's crazy because only really cal ripken is at the bottom of the three thousand club with three thousand one and that was number nine on the list. Am i be last of Could be very well can be. Let's see let me take you wallow. Yeah we're gonna we're gonna talk home. Runs wins the is. We'll.
"ripken" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Those were the days I'm through bashing on Huey Lewis. I actually like Huey Lewis. It's just that they all sound the same. Cal Ripken Jr. Baltimore Orioles Rookie of the Year World Series. Played in more consecutive games than anybody. Lou Garrick held the record for decades in 2130. Cal Ripken played in his 2131st game in 1995, but didn't stop there. He played another 501 more consecutive, like another 3.5 years. Yeah. He finished his career playing in 2632 consecutive games. Think it goes without saying a record that will never be broken. Davey Lopes of the L. A Dodgers set a major league baseball record on this day, stealing his 38th consecutive base. That is hard to do. It's hard to steal three bases in a row. Much last 38. That was a record then it's not a record now. Record for consecutive stolen bases is 50 Five. Oh, wow! By one. Vince Coleman. Wow. Michael Palka hosted the pure of Palka podcast in one half hour, Otis so good to finally see my bay Bridge.
"ripken" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"And I think about Carl Yastrzemski just how great he was, you know, everybody was crazy and then, you know, you had the best hitter of all times a month was the was the amazing one himself that the Ted Williams ago tunnel named after the guy, you know. And, and the thing I loved was I think it was in. This is you can tell me the story and that he was at home or someplace in there and could have set out the game and said, and the manager said, you sit out in. Now you can have four hundred and you said no, no no, no. I want to play they went three months or three, four, five or something. I think you got like four hits that day but but he had a big day. He raised his average to 4:06 but he he was out there. He was out there and he was going to earn it right? Choice service going to hurt it. But think about the great years that yeah as had, right? And you know not not too many players these days Triple Crown. Yeah. But yep. With one Organization for their whole career. I remember we honored Cal Ripken at Fenway Park when Cal Ripken was retiring. And I said, here are two guys, very similar careers, right? Three thousand hits four hundred home runs and they played for one organization and you know, I think like I was saying my brother and I one team would be the Red Sox and one team would be the Orioles. So you had to imitate the batting stances of all the Great Red Sox players of the time. Rico Petrucelli, Crawley is Carl Yastrzemski and then for the Orioles bhupal, Frank Robinson. And and that's how we follow the Red Sox and and and and got to know the players. But in New England, I think I think kids still do Thursday. I think, you know, kids will still imitate the gray Red Sox players..
"ripken" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Here's here's the secret when it comes to college baseball crew. We've got guys like chris burke. Sec player of the year. He was at tennessee. Ben mcdonald national player of the year. Golden spikes award winner number one overall pick in the draft in a college baseball hall of famer from lsu than i think it was nine in the big leagues played for legend and skip bergman played alongside a hall of famer. Cal ripken junior cow peterson. Who is the face of college baseball perez who's fantastic and all of his baseball coverage we guys who love the game and they love to talk about the game. And i'm i'm lucky in that regard in i'm lucky to have the guys that i work with on the football side as well not to leave anybody out or any sport out but my guys jordan rogers and cole cubelic these dudes that can break down a blocking scheme in the next breath getting officials way and draw the ire of of all the officials and even the commissioner the sec and then we laugh about it and then we can go to dinner and will eat literally four plates of brussels sprouts. But i digress. The the idea is in the broadcasting industry is to surround yourself with people who have a passion for what they do and are good at what they do. I'm an said you know. I don't pay attention to the biggest lines. I don't pay attention to all the recruiting. Because i think some of that stuff can be dirty. Here's the thing. I don't want to know how the sausage is made in many respects right and i'm not saying you should have your head in the sand throughout life and ignore details that are important but when it comes to sports to me people want to watch the games if they wanted to watch the the news items than than those items would be a lot more popular get better ratings than than the games. That's not the case people tune in to watch the games and and my belief our job is to give you the game and to talk about what's happening on the field and why it's happening so i got a guy like cole cubelic. Who played off of line in the sec or jordan. Rogers who played quarterback in the sec. They can tell me stuff and teach me stuff that i didn't know or wasn't aware of if you start getting too far away from the game you get away from it. You can't do it. I can call a baseball game with ben. Mcdon- chris burke or cal peterson and chris. Burke and we can have an argument over why the saves metric. The save stat is is overrated in many ways. Irrelevant and chris. Burks gonna take one side cow. Peterson's gonna take the other and we can have a friendly discussion slash argument and then afterwards. We're gonna go get a beer and talk about the game and maybe go play golf the next day in and turn around and do it again. So i certainly appreciated. I'm observations in that regard. And i hope most of you feel the same way that when you tune in you wanna watch the game and we treat them in many ways in the last year. More than ever as distractions from the realities of our own lives. That's why we have fantasy sports because it's a fantasy to get away from it. All and to be entertained. Well watts the all star game tonight. Tom hart infra paul finebaum. We talk georgia football. We want to take your calls right after this and this is angry wars. Hausky check out my podcast with insight and analysis on the top stories in the nba adrian. Origin ascii are insider extraordinary reaction to the breaking news. This is the latest world and conversations with some of the biggest names in the leave. It again i'm good. Thanks i guess yes. Thank you always appreciate you. Me listened to the wolves off wherever you listen to podcasts..
"ripken" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"The goodyear hotline allan hahn infra zubin as we discussed some nba bring in an nba player. Right now miles. Bridges three player from the charlotte hornets. Joining us right now on the goodyear hotline miles. Good morning gotta start out with what happened last night with damian lillard player as a current player in the league right now when you see a performance like that do you even as a fan just sits there mouth open like. Oh my god like the shots. He's making when you're in a game you're worried so much about competition as watching. Do you get caught up like a fan. Does watching a player cook like that. If the sheriff i mean. It's incredible to see me a little. Do that type of stuff i mean. He's he's been doing this for years. and just shows the the work that he puts in Every day Mumford emmett for family job fifty five in the playoffs with tennessee's It just shows a credit to his work ethic your mouth. Let me ask you a real question. When you were at michigan state doing your thing. Did you expect your game to go to the next level. The way it's gone to the next level this year. I mean i mean working up to my game And and coaches that. I have to develop a system with the hornets I feel like. I just got better each year at michigan state. I know everybody. Everybody in college was demand But once you get to the nba on the kinds of changes. So i decided to work my way into into what i'm doing right now. She played instinet. You've seen them. You understand what that is and how difficult it is to guard those guys. What scheme would you put together to try to. I don't know take out one to all three if you can't i mean there's no way you can take out on three. I mean you have one of the best scores. Everyone katie on james harden on encourage the dynamic score two. So i'm just got to be on your ps and qs on on defense at all times trying to stay aggressive. It's tough to stop those three guys as you can see But i i think. I think the bucks down. Great data great defensive scheme for i'm up. They played in well all year. So i'm excited. For the season for this series dunk of the year miles. You're dunk mortar. Dunk of anthony edwards. What you got man what you got talk to me you. Doug was real real bad. Yeah i have to go with mine. Based on fact that clean capello shop bar having our overwhelming and was great. Can you name. Who exact on though so you can now. We know who that is. That's the you his name's youtube from the rockies right. Yeah exactly you god. That's the difference between that and clint cappella man. Clint capellas different. You see what it's doing to the knicks right now. Why'd you have to bring that up. Just he's the one that's necessary drag mel mouth. Mazdas go happen to my lakers. May think we sent home or we go rebound from me. I have a lot of faith in the brian. I mean you've been putting these situations A lot of times in he's delivered so for me. I'm expecting a game seven on besides looking really tough right now but i have a lot of trust and o'brien so we'll see how that goes miles bridges. Predicting the series will go seven. There's your first hot tag on. espn mile. So we're going to remember that while. Join us right now on the goodyear hotline i got you know what and to get your third year. You started each year just taking that. Step this year taking a huge step. A lotta is on you now. Everybody's gotta watch that hornets team a really good young core. Lamelo ball is somebody that a lot of people have watched this whole year. Some arguing about whether or not. He still could be rookie of the year despite the time that he missed. What is it about him that. We don't know that you as a teammate knows that you could tell us that that would make us appreciate it more. Just just just woody to the game i mean was the last time you see Say ben simmons but win last time you seen a player that create for his teammates on plant to pay steady. Does any quit a lot of work. That's what people don't know about 'em people just think he's talented but he he puts in a lot of work in summer And i can't wait to work to summer. But but the way the passionate he brings to the game and all that. You can't teach that. So i said i can't wait to work in the summer on angi better years. Come one of those guys that makes the game easier. would you say yeah for sure. Definitely mazda you concern would joel embiid. And there's been so much. Talk about. Ben simmons not being able to shoot free throws down free throws down the stretch. You think that's a major concern for the seventy sixers from like the seventy sixers have a lot of weapons. They have to buy a serious bench. Engine doing a great job of plan defense for them and doing everything for me. Joel beating us. A big is a big loss. But i feel like they have the tombs to to to to make it on warmer game until he's able to hopefully come back mean you hate to see you had to see a player go down like that but i feel like they have enough to to win their next game tom. We've had him as a guest on the show you all see played for him There's there's he's had interactions with players. That happen again this year that everything's made of it. We heard draymond green talk about how that's just the relationship you have with. The tom is a. We've talked to him about it. He also said the same thing. You don't know the relationship that we have can you. Can you talk about your experience with him. And your relationship with him on. A number of occasions would would coach his But that just shows his passion for game how much he loves his players all. He wants his players to succeed so bad that sometimes he just gets out of character and that happens. But i mean us. Players like jerry moscow special relationship with So there's really not a big deal for just shows how much he loves game. It's funny it says a lot about because they'll say old people like me say your generation can handle tough coaching like that anymore. That everybody has to be coddled hug. But that isn't the case you. You tend to respond to that kind of coaching. As long as of course it comes from a good place right. Yeah i feel like it's different for everybody That topic coaching in college did not win. The been as determined i was to to get better every day An awful lot coaches. He did a good job of of just keeping me motivated on and it doesn't work for everybody but for me and for players are successful nambia for michigan state after like their work for them. So we have you on record. Take on espn. Laker sons is going seven. Who wins addiction locked in visit. Oh yeah we do need that. That's too tough to call down. He's not gonna let it let them go on game six So so we'll see. I like it great stuff miles. Good to talk to you have a good rest of your day. Thank you miles. Bridges on thirty hotline. They don't go up and coming. I know the edwards dunk was impressive because of how high up he went. Not that don't capella was stupid. That was yeah. Yeah that was one of those like what were you thinking. And it's a good thing you got that one down what he said about lamelo though. Of course he does make fellow though. Only there was somebody on the nickel only gone cappella like that. You know we could use a little bit. Well i need to. He's he's kinda chirpin. Will too much how i need to change your voice. Do you new york. When i got to tell you when you start you. Don't wanna give mad talion new york coming up next. Eighty eight say. Espn plus we also had that huge development at has a breaking story out of boston. We'll discuss k. j. z. Usps radio and the espn..
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"ripken" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Baseball's one for each major league club there and plenty of other things as well To donate and be part of a cause and a very important 'cause but again cal. Your your story is amazing. When you think about like you said it was a record that people thought would be unbreakable. You broke it. And i know you've been asked this before but as you know sports is evolved and you know we see in the nba load management. We see in baseball. How pitches are handled. How players are handled. Rest has become such a big part of all of sports. We always talk about records. That will never be broken. Some things that you know again dimaggio's hit streak whatever you might want to consider yours to me now. Feels like the one that you even said. Lou gehrig's unbreakable. I broke it. No one's going to break your record. Not because known will try. Is that players. it's athletes. I don't think t- nobody will ever be allowed to break it. Do you feel that way. You know some ways you think. They don't want the everyday player to be defined as one sixty two anymore. I think i'll let me get the best one forty five or one forty out of you and that'll be just the same as one sixty two so if the mindset doesn't change and certainly management won't won't allow happen but there's been some guys that a push themselves And went to one sixty two realize that they they had their best year. It's not a matter of you're going to be tired during the season no matter what the the only time you're one hundred percent is maybe the first day go into spring training and then you play from somewhat less than that as soon as you realize that you can compete at the highest level and do really. Well it's finish strong month of september less than one hundred percent. You prove yourself you can play one sixty two innocent matter of just doing it each day if i can do it certainly somebody else can. And i think the value baseball seems to you know every ten years. Or so they kinda revisit something that they haven't revisited. As if it was new. I think the everyday player the value intangible everyday player will come back and i think you'll see some people have their own versions of the street. It'll take a little while to erase me though. Yeah that's that's i guess that's the big part of a streak is not only. Do you have to be durable enough to get through every game of every season. You gotta be pretty good. It's not like you were a guy that they were just pencilling in every lineup. You are a superstar that they needed you playing every single game. And i don't know i asked that question is i don't know if the way they value players where they use players today if we're ever going to see that again. That's the only reason why. I asked that question but if i can i'll stop now making that point but if i if i if i can add to that just a second so i would love to have a conversation with lou garrick. I mean i had the chance to talk to saggio keanu. Gaza throw interpreter. He had played two thousand two hundred and fifteen games in the japanese league and just talking about the grind and the approach and why it was important to him and really it was the same as it was important to me. Is that you. it's your job. You come to the big leg or come into a game ready to meet the challenges of today you know playoff can can come down to just one game and might happen in april may june july august. And you don't have to be willing to make to reset challenge each and every day. And that's what. Sasha did an uncertain after i've learned more about lou it was less about his own personal consecutive game streak and then look out strong. I am look look. I'm the iron horse. It was more that he had a responsibility to the team and the team counted on him. But it'd be great to have that conversation. I got a double barrel question for you. What can you make what. Jacob degrom is on the field for the mets in. Who if anybody that matter was a tough pitcher that you went up against in your day. Well it's interesting you have six no hitters already. I think in the league this year. And when i look from afar i'm not one of those players say it was better when i played because i think the athletes get better. You know stronger faster. Sometimes mysteriously but in other ways you got the power pitcher that used to be your power. Pitcher used Overpower you With his with his stuff and he didn't always have the most pinpoint control and now you're seeing power pitchers like rahm that not only can heated up to two hundred one miles an hour where they can hit loan away inside up they just have the control to go along with that power and when you get that going on you know the hitter innerspring much to feed it you have you have eight guys play defense. You know behind the pitcher pitcher a power pitcher has gone on. he almost takes your business all by itself. Do you feel like the game has has really gotten away from its roots. Though when you think about how much they've tried to make it appealing with the home run and then analytics have come in and told you. Oh yeah home. Runs and strikeouts. That's the way to go. You're seeing the way defenses are playing there's wide gaps in in certain areas of the infield and yet no one's sitting for contact. No one's trying to like. Oh you're giving me the whole left side. Let me hit their. That's gone away. There's some thought like you've said there's every ten years the game soda reinvents itself. Do you feel like that will ever come back the idea of taking that whole and putting through get on first base in move runners or has analytics taken over to a point where. There's no coming back. Well i think you already started seeing a little bit of a change. I go back to watch the world series. I have been away from game for a little while. But i watched every pitch of the world series last year and you start to see small ball come back in and a lot of teams have had success win the world series. I don't have the staffs in front of me. But they cut down on her strikeouts. They might have been the top. The top team were the second and third team that cut down there strikeouts so putting the ball in play the intangibles small hit and run moving a runner getting on base at crucial times. When you face the best pitcher in the league you have to figure out how to execute manufacture run. Look last year did that with his legs. The contact play the hit and run of the sacrifice. Bunt almost went away and there were times when they're appropriate in the course of a game need to execute at the highest level to beat those other teams and that's part of the game. So i see that coming back in small ways but i was analytical when i played without all the data but the important part is Take the data and learn how to apply it so you can be a better player and also be a better team and i think right now. There might be too much emphasis on. Here's what we think we got. This is a competitive advantage. Let's let's use it as opposed to really applying it on a day-to-day basis. I think the game's gonna come around and they'll see the value in those small little things that you do the intangibles the everyday player. You know the presence of eddie murray kishan you mentioned eddie. Murray anti-tory was fantastic leader by example. And if you're in yankee stadium and the crowd is going nuts. You've got a one run lead or they get a first guy on within The second guy on first and second house then. All of a sudden plays called. Andy murray had the ability to look around and see if everybody was on the same page. Sometimes he called timeout. Call people and say okay. It's simple successful. Bump place just to get an out you know. We don't have to get the guy out at third base. We'll still have options and all of a sudden you look like we had a rookie second baseman one time and you could see the look in his eyes like at that moment he needed to be calm down and he was that person and so. How do you play a measurable value on that presence of mind to do that. So you can execute at that moment and there's no analytic on emotion. There's no doubt about that but calor emotion is of this was A thrill for us. So thanks so much for joining us. Enjoy the rest of your day. Yes thank you so much for having me again hall of famer. Cal ripken junior on the good your hotline again especially been a dodger now bad for an oriole right not bad for oriole again lou..
"ripken" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"They will play the milwaukee bucks in the second round of the eastern conference playoffs. That begins game. One saturday night in brooklyn and i think we can all agree. That's probably going to be. At least you hope it will be billing to be the best series that will get in the eastern conference be just because of the matchup because of how compelling is going to be the bucks a team that has been on the cusp of championship contention for a couple of years waiting for them to make that next step. This might be their biggest challenge. And can they be up to that challenge. And there's the big three of brooklyn averaging eighty-five points a game in their first round series against the celtics and jay. You're not really taking the celtics seriously like as far as like. Yeah all right this now. This is the test for the nets of this is. This is their biggest test far. I fourteen that hasn't really jailed yet. That still has every team has to go through growing pains this year. You had katy. I was out for a little bit time. Kyri that's gone through different things. You james harden out for about a month and a half so now they're actually finding a rhythm against a team that is retooled and tucker bobby portis bryan forbes do holiday like bringing an element of toughness to this team and shooting to this team so matchup between jaanus and kevin durant. That's primetime that's primetime james harden. Vp's going ahead tonight. A special exactly. And james harden is the one guy that makes the offense he unlocks it for brooklyn so seeing. How coach bud. Who look i think how they play in this series. We'll determine if coach bud is the coach of the bucks next year. Wow if we would if we see clean smooth play from brooklyn where they're just kind of coasting along and getting it done in milwaukee on the other hand is what we've seen the last three years i think coast bud is done. No i mean what what. Not even necessarily the coach. The makeup of the team do you now. All of a sudden started saying. Oh here we go again. Honest well on your on his point. If this is a close series we expected to be scratching claw which means last two minutes. Big possessions bigshots. Who has the big shot makers is jaanus a guy that gets it done late even on the free throw line. No he hasn't proven to be that guy brooklyn's got guys that can do that. So there's the thing like if you get to the last two minutes of these games and it's a close game we think this will be tight series the the the upper hand and that's where again more of that jaanus criticism will come out is can you. Can you get it done in crunch time because he has to do that while he's not the time player. I think we've recognized that having. We saw that players. Chris middleton i mean he's been the guy who has the ball on his hands he was against. They need to make big shots. I mean he was even last year but they got three versus. One guys are talking to me. Like i'm picking milwaukee to win this thing. I never came out and said that. Just asking you for pro basketball expert about challenge. Saying he's a basketball. Experts are still have brooklyn winning. I just think that you know for anybody that thinks they're going to just walk in this series and win it.
"ripken" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We'll start today. Way back in 1925, where future New York Yankees Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig pinch hits and also get substituted into the game and a 53 loss to Washington. It's the first of a record 2130 consecutive games. He play a record that's stood for 56 years until Cal Ripken Jr passed him in 1995. Today In 1975 Nolan Ryan, pitching for the California Angels recorded his fourth no hitter, striking out nine. Ryan tied Sandy Cove faxes record by beating the Baltimore Orioles one to nothing. It was also Ryan's 100 Major League victory, He would go on to pitch three more no hitters in his career, the most in baseball history. And today in 1988 John Madden football. The first incarnation of the Madden NFL video game, Syriza is released for the Commodore 64. Apple Too Mad and a Hall of Famer who won a Super Bowl coaching the Oakland Raiders served as a consultant for the Games design, Syria's became a smash hit and made electronic arts or games. A household publisher. Baton was already a well known announcer. But the longevity of the game serious helped make madam one of the It's smart to stay informed. It's his smart Is you saying to your smart speaker Alexa Play kfbk on my heart radio 3 35 Tuesday afternoon. Cool 95 outside Kelly Brothers in four John McGuinness. Today we're talking a little bit about Yes. The Scott Peterson trial. When he almost 20 years after the assault took place, and it looks like he will never face the death penalty. On day today, prosecutors saying they will not seek the death penalty even if there is a new trial because of alleged drawer misconduct. But this was one of the greatest acts of evil ever perpetrated. In our region on no matter how you cut it, and you look at all the fax and the extramarital affair, and you know him telling her that he had lost his wife, and this was gonna be his first holiday without her. Um, So what? Just wanted to make sure that we had a chance to react to all that Pamela in Woodland. Thanks for calling in your on the John McGuinness show with Kelly Brothers. Hello. How are you guys doing? Good. Thank you. All right. Hey, I just wanted to let you know I hate to burst your bubble, and I don't mean that to sound rude, but he's not going to be put in general population. I'm an ex corrections officer and amends maximum security prison. And guys like him. He's going to go in protective custody. And so he'll be put in like what the child molesters and the pedophiles because anyone that does crimes against women and Children the way that he did in general population. He won't last a week. Have to even maybe a few days because they'll end up getting them which they could still get him while he's in protective custody, too, but they'll have him in a in a PC unit. Wow, that Z. That's good in for so s So what is the main difference between protective custody and death row? I mean, are they mean Is it is he still get his own cell or no? Yeah, he'll still get his own cell. But you'll have hill room with somebody, but he'll He'll have some other weirdo to room with. You know, the mother. Mm. Yes, I could say, you know, piece of you know what? That we shouldn't be paying tax dollar bonds, you know, because anybody that does crimes against Children and stuff like that shouldn't even be. You know, out in the out in the world, in my opinion, But Pamela or those protective units, are they in many prisons, or they all kept in one place. They're the protected units are generally in well, they're in a lot of prisons. Yeah, they have rejected units in in all prisons, but it just depends on the level of of custody that they're in and so if he is going to remain in a maximum security prison Um You know, they have another. They have a unit for those type of people. You know the prison that I was working at up in Boise. Um, you know, we had our own unit J. Ward, Tier two was all the On well was now J. Warner seaward. It's been several years. Um, anyway, either way, they had one unit. That was all the PC. You know for the Yeah, but you have been a few cells with all the Molesters and the pedophiles. And I mean that's got to be even worse than death row, right? I mean, in terms of a 24 hour living arrangement for the next 40 years. One would think you know, it all depends on you Know you're still you're around people that you can adapt to the whole thing. And you don't really have to worry too much about them wanting to kill you because you went and you heard a child. That's right, because they did the same thing. But now if he's down, you know if he's in general custody. I mean, even in death row he could still get he could still get touched in on death row. You know, things can still happen. Um, but if he's in general population, um yeah. The likeliness of him lasting in general population will be, um, living done very slimming and and so they won't put him in that position because of the fact that they still have to protect him. You know, while he's in custody? Sure. So I got shit. All right, Pamela. Thanks So much for calling in and enlightening us on that Kelly in plaster Ville. You're on the John Begin his show. Thanks for calling in Don't Kelly, don't break. Thanks for taking my call. Sure thing ate. You hit the nail on the head. Um, the previous caller speaks a lot from my guess. What? Is happening. Other other states, But I'm retired from Folsom, president and way do have protective custody almost in all prisons in California. Um it doesn't matter the level They have protective custody. Know that being said the notoriety of what this gentleman And lack of better words. Just say I'm sorry. Um did is You know? Yeah. Unspoken. You know, so the nun or notoriety of somebody that make a hit on him? You know, And there's a lot of people on during the same. Don't forget. Our governor just pardoned everyone on death row. So everyone who is scheduled to be euthanized by the state of California for their crimes within pardon. Well not pardoned, commuted right? Okay. Well, alright. Yeah, I know what you mean. Yeah, but I mean, they're still there. And as I mentioned earlier, Kelly, thanks for the call. Appreciate it very much. But as I mentioned earlier, governors change Attorney Gen attorneys General Change D A's change. But you're right once someone is sentenced to life without parole. It's really hard to then push that up to the death penalty at some later date, So I would say the odds. Of Mr Peterson dying via at the hands of the state are are pretty slim right now..
"ripken" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Want the state to use Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen as the mass vaccination site. Claiming the Kobe 19 vaccine doses are being stifled in their jurisdictions. After large scale vaccination sites open in Baltimore County and Prince George's county, the Baltimore Sun reports a letter sent to the acting secretary of Health says the stadium's proximity the interstate 95 route, 40 would allow Marylanders easy access to the potential vaccination site. County health officer Dr David Be shy, says Allocations of the vaccines to Hartford County Health Department have not increased in the past two weeks, and the Washington football team has reached confidential settlements with some of its former cheerleaders over lewd video shot without their knowledge. The alleged video shots were out takes from promotional videos made more than a decade ago that showed the women's private areas edited and saved without their knowledge. An attorney for the team, told The Washington Post. All matters related to those videos have been resolved, but no details of the settlements have been given. This is the team awaits the findings of an NFL investigation into its workplace culture and is the team considers whether to bring back the cheerleading squad in the future. The programs on pauses the team rebrand from its past as the Redskins John Matthews on W M a. L and W m a l dot com W M A L News time is 10 04. I'm sharing Reardon and now here's your W. M mail, traffic and weather from the Hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center. Interlude between Georgia Avenue and pulls little road There is an accident on the shoulder and in Chevy Chase Connecticut Avenue between Chevy Chase, like driving Man who rode the left Lane is closed because of the long term road construction and you'll find that left lane closure on both the North and South bound sides of Connecticut Avenue and in Fairfax eastbound 66 between 1 23 in the Vienna Metro station, left Lane closed through that long term work stone and eastbound on 66 at the Capital Beltway. There's long term roadwork on the ramp to the inner loop One lane gets by to the left. I'm r. J McCready now from garage door repair dot com. The W M A. L. ABC seven Storm Watch Forecast Know tonight Low 33 mornings. No Tomorrow high 35. Can you really believe.
"ripken" Discussed on WTOP
"Runs well between the Beltline Interstate 70 50 in great shape from 10 Worth Avenue Beyond the Beltway out through Bully Annapolis and out to the Bay Bridge, Bob Engler, wtlv traffic and now over to storm Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. Temperatures tonight will be falling into the mid twenties to low thirties with clear skies across the area and all sunshine out there tomorrow very similar to today with Eyes in the upper forties, too low fifties are average hide now 43 degrees, So we'll be running about 10 degrees above normal tomorrow, as well as Thursday with mostly to partly sunny skies on Thursday. Skies become cloudy on Friday with some rain showers Friday night. Storm team for media only just Amelia Draper. It's 33 degrees outside. Brought to you by Len. The Plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. 9 19. There's a new judge in the Capital Gazette murder trial, The Capital Gazette reports and Arrundell Circuit Judge Michael Walks will preside, taking over for outgoing Judge Laura Ripken, who was appointed last week to the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. Jared Ramos has pleaded guilty to killing five people. He maintains he was insane. When he blasted into the Annapolis newsroom with a shotgun. It's up to a jury to determine the merits of his climb the trial on Ramos his mental state. At the time of the attack will determine whether he spends the rest of his life in prison or is committed to a secure psychiatric facility. Starting tomorrow. Virginia lawmakers meet for the start of their 2021 legislative session.
Former Orioles infielder has authored a compelling book on baseball statistics
"These days you can't discuss old school baseball without mentioning the Redskins former second baseman bill Ripken discusses how old school baseball figures are beginning to co exist with sabermetric chins in this new book state of play the old school guided new school baseball but I do believe there are some change now borough president the big legs that have a front office it's smart and savor metrically driven and there's some baseball people down in the dugout and on the field that each one appreciates what the other one brings to the table and they know what they don't know Rifkin welcomes the new stats into the game but he maintains you can't use that information without also relying on the eye test that's all well and good if you've got a great spin rate on his curveball but if he hangs a few of them in the wrong time and gives up homers I don't necessarily know if I want that good spin rate curve ball or myself give up a Homer the wrong time Rifkin's book demonstrates there's not a great Gulf between old school and new school and that both sides of sabermetrics can co exist I'm Dave Ferrie
Vanity Fair, Annie Liebowitz And Keri discussed on Jason and Alexis
"Vanity Fair? Just dropped. A giant cover story on Star Wars. The rise of Skywalker. Beautiful pictures by Annie liebowitz of the cast, including Cal Ripken. And girl. I was quickly reading stuff through all the commercial breaks. They revealed a lot more than I thought they would reveal Lum. They confirmed that Jj Abrams. Good friend, and miss Felicity herself, Keri, Russell is in this movie. Rumors that she was ended there. She couldn't confirm it. Well, Vanity Fair, confirmed it and even showed her costume. It is a kick costume. She plays hold on a minute. It's a cool name to her costume is awesome. Let's see here there. She is. She plays a bad guy. She is a K. Russell masked scoundrel by the way. That's also what we call dawn masked, scoundrel, Zora, bliss who Zoe bliss and her mask is awesome. I want that mask. They also confirm that Kylo Ren. And Ray may have a deeper connection than has been previously revealed. Oh, which I'm shocked Vanity Fair wrote that hill. Richard E grant, people love him. He is a general. He's a bad guy. And now I'm really going out. And then I'll stop because mytalkers if you're not a nerd, you're like white Don, you'll love this. It is confirmed that the knights of Ren are in this movie there. The thought there, the elite guard that was mentioned in the force awakens. So they're in this to their favor. They've revealed some planets. Yeah. It's it's that's a lot. I'm shocked. And I know you're not a nerdy, rolling your eyes going. I don't understand the big deal. They are usually so secretive, but they gave a lot of details of light, basically what we can expect, and it's a lot, and they show a they even have a picture of the final lightsaber scene between Tyler and Ray it looks like they're in a body of water on crashed there on top of like a tie crashed typhi ter-. Oh, wow. They are showing a lot. They're showing the law, which are are beautiful, and Billy Dee Williams. Looks amazing shot of him in the cockpit of the millennium falcon. Annie liebowitz is so amazing. She's such a good photographer. Yeah. Oh, I'm just beyond
Possible 'Star Wars' Live-Action TV Shows In Development
"So h shows based on the following characters Landau Cal Ripken Kira from solo star. We're story fin PO Damran young Princess laya, captain fazah rose Tico the night. Of Ren and something called Darth bane, which I've never heard of before this. But is apparently a character who is mentioned in one of the Star Wars, I guess novels and then appeared briefly in the clone wars he was voiced by Mark Hamill? He's like an ancient sift character. So yes, that is the the latest rumor is that all of these characters have shows in the early early stages of development. I I don't have any of this true.
Creepy New Trailer For 'Slender Man' Movie Has Been Released
"We randomly talk about multiple weeks in a row, like always makes, yeah. Like what Willie walk had the long stretch that's currently the. That's the Cal Ripken of of running news stories, which we talked about Willie Wonka for a very long time. So that is Star Wars, and Charlie's angels. We were done with Star Wars for now, put a lid on it also by the way we're, we've been view in this episode what a great host. I am here not even setting that up. We have an interview with the Patrick Renna AK ham porter from the San LA, Kendrick, Jack, and I talked him for about fifteen twenty minutes. We don't have that in the middle of this podcast. So she'll be a fun one. Ken Jak admitted to him that he doesn't like the big green or like the big ring wasn't on his top ten list, and it was pretty funny exchange. And then let's move on next bit of news. Slender man, new slender man trailer. We kind of were anti slender man trailer when it first came out. This is a new one opinions changed. You wanna see more. You wanna see a less. I wanna see it even less. I think they're making this fucking movie after this horrific actual real life of that happened, not even half a decade ago. This is like. Exploiting it like another sound soft. You know, whatever. But I think it's stupid. I think just straight up stupid. It's dumb as hell. My opinion has not changed. You need a reference in this specific time code or talked about it before because I don't think we could summarize it any better. Fuck, fuck this movie. And I don't say that a lot. I do not say that a lot in this podcast, you know, I'm very careful with with saying bad about the brands in about the movies, but I just I do not like this movie. I do not like what they're doing with it. It's it's really fucked up. The stabbing was only like four years ago, like you're saying, it's it's necessary. It's not. It's not a famous event where you can whitewashed for the event of what for the profit of movie theater. It's silly like even Billy idea even like patriots day or they call it. The Boston marathon bombing movie, which was in sanely way too early to make a movie like that. There's actually been two of them because there is the stronger one, but that was don't hall on. Yeah, that was that was nice, but even even the patriots won like there was a. There's a positive story behind it. Right? Like the talked about the heroes of it in the moment of crisis. This is not that at all. This is just a fucking horror movie. Yeah, it's just it's, it's truly messed up. I big here. It's really, really easy to be cynical about movies and how movies get made and what movies they put forward. And I agree with a lot of that, and I think we do a good job on this podcast talking about the joys of the movies, but this is one of these where I am just so cynical against this movie, the concept behind it, why it's being made the character. I just I don't like it and it's not all due to what it's based off some of its that, but it also just looks like a crappy movie. And also what's up. I didn't see this new trailer. I didn't watch it because I'm kind of doing a self-imposed imposed a boycott. I'll get to it. Overlord there needs to be no, when the plane explodes, and then there's that affect. In just goes silent. I feel like that's used in so many trailers and an horror movie trailers. And I feel like we need to, we need to name that effect. Okay. Is in the moment to, I believe so plane crashing. Yeah. Okay. So it looked up you to know we're talking about and tweet us. We're going to name that because you know like the Wilhelm scream, you know the one that's always a movies, we'll we'll name it. All right. Lead us. Just try to find it here real quick and we're not going to do the editing, but I just want to play it. So people know this is the first raw podcast. Yeah, time minus splicing in the the interview. We have some point Argos here with us right here that. Put a closer..