20 Burst results for "Roger Craig"

"roger craig" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Pantheon

"It's it's a planet and the guy's laughing. He's like well, of course it is. What do you mean? He's like, no, we're. We're like we're on a planet in space lately Caselli you're that far out and you can look at Earth and see the moon and see the sun and see planets in the sky and suddenly you realize Oh my God we're suspended out here in this nothing he's like we're on a spaceship and we're all like we're on that fricken planet it's a planet you know. How many of us really ever even get to Even contemplate that you know. Visibly see it with the naked eye. So that sure that perspective thing it's a it's an interesting I. Forget why I got off on this diatribe sorry than blabbing. But Hey, Elon musk a car in space right? Does. And it's silly but it's like look at how many people were had that that impacted. So many people that day we all witnessed just again, the audacity here's a guy who was literally saying is long as it gets above the launch pad before it explodes I'm happy because he knew that if they destroyed that launch pad that was going to set back their whole manned space. Travel situation all that stuff because that particular launch pad is is crucial to their future plans. Not only did it clear the launch pad it went off both saw are both side boosters came back landed a almost like picture perfect at the same time and he got his payload out there with the little car and we were able to watch as as a as a as earthlings. This little car like tumbling out in space. It was just the you know how do you not I? Know it's kind of silly and it's the arrogance of one billionaire and that kind of thing, and it's his car and all that. But it's also kind of like, Hey, there's a bunch of kids that I'm sure. Were inspired that day to kind of you know go man or you could do that. Finally. Actually, probably a broader question is, would you ever be interested in space travel yourself? If you suddenly you know had a bunch of monster hit movies inside of you know I want to Want to take a trip somewhere. I would have to it would have to get and I think Neil degrasse Tyson. is of the same thing he said it would have to get to the point where it's as safe and communist commercial air travel to even consider it. But yes. It would be.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"It's it's a planet and the guy's laughing. He's like well, of course it is. What do you mean? He's like, no, we're. We're like we're on a planet in space lately Caselli you're that far out and you can look at Earth and see the moon and see the sun and see planets in the sky and suddenly you realize Oh, my God we're suspended out here in this nothing he's like we're on a spaceship and we're all like we're on that fricken planet it's a planet you know. How many of us really ever even get to? Even, contemplate that you know. Visibly see it with the naked eye so that sure that perspective thing it's a it's an interesting I forget why I got off on this diatribe sorry than blabbing but hey, Elon musk a car in space right? Does. Thing. And it's silly. But it's like look at how many people were had that that impacted. So many people that day we all witnessed just again, the audacity here's a guy who was literally saying is long as it gets above the launch pad before it explodes I'm happy because he knew that if they destroyed that launch pad that was going to set back their whole manned space travel. Situation all that stuff because that particular launch pad is is crucial to their future plans. Not only did it clear the launch pad it went off both solid are both side boosters came back landed a almost like picture perfect at the same time and he got his payload out there with the little car and we were able to watch as a as a as a as earthlings. Little, car like tumbling out in space. It was just the you know how do you not? I know it's kind of silly and it's the arrogance of one billionaire and that kind of thing, and it's his car and all that. But it's also kind of like, Hey, there's a bunch of kids that I'm sure were inspired that day to kind of go man or you could do that. Finally. Actually, a probably a broader question is, would you ever be interested in space travel yourself? If you suddenly you know had a bunch of monster hit movies inside of you know I wanNa want WanNa take a trip somewhere. I would have to it would have to get and I think Neil degrasse Tyson is of the same thing he said it would have to get to the point where it's as safe and communist commercial air travel to even consider it. But? Yes. It would be.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So but I think I always like a little kid I was definitely like a a big fan of like like airplanes and and fighter jets and all that kind of stuff. I was a total aviation buff and I think for a brief period of time I think at around age thirteen. I would've loved to have you know entertained the idea of becoming a pilot but again, I was a horrible student and once I started looking into what goes into the training and all these concepts seem so far. Outside of my realm I think just gave up on that and just like looking at, you know go into air airshows and that kind of thing but the you know it, it's a little different now that I'm older to kind of appreciate the the sort of like the blend of the the audacity of the human spirit to sort of like attempt to tame you know things like explosive energy and then not only tame it but put it. Into a you know a tube and then shoot it as one continuous controlled explosion at the back end of it so that we can get off this earth and go look at stuff with these super delicate instruments that you know that have to take this this crazy ride including the fragile human beings that when they go, they sit on top of this enormous bomb you know and get ourselves off the planet. So all all that stuff kind of. Started to have pardon the Pun a lot more gravity. Got Older appreciate it because there's a kid you're just kind of like, oh, it's cool. Looks Neat. NEAT goes fast and sound schools loud So I think you know the the astronomy and then what ended up happening too is I I was able to to watch from little cabin up into Hatch Abi. From well, over one hundred, fifty miles away I watched a out of Vandenberg Air Force Base where they launch a lot of these iridium. The next generation of iridium satellites They were launching rockets from there and I one night. I. I was sitting there like like just trying to take photograph of of the night guy and I saw this bright orange glow on the horizon. What is that? Like? That's weird and Austin this this bright fiery dot is going up off the ground you know way out in the distance and like. There's rocket launch going on, let's I can't believe, and then I just started researching. When do we get to see these things and there's all these websites that give you advance notice of rocket launches and Vandenberg and all that stuff and so it just all of a sudden it was it was like another thing to go try to photograph and then it was like, Oh, I can do time lapse of this or Oh, I can also get a really nice long Zumra. Long Range Zoom Lens and see how much detail I can pull out of it, and then it was so yeah it all kind of sort of part and parcel but I definitely was a fan of the space shuttle as a kid I mean we used to be I can remember it playing in my backyard and Orange County and watching the the glass on sliding glass door vibrate as the space shuttle landing it leaders March Air Force Base is whether they used to have a hobby. I think it was March Air Force Base. I could get the wrong but when they would have to do a west coast landing for the space shuttle..

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'He's the best ever': 49ers legend Roger Craig says Tom Brady is the greatest QB of all time

Murph and Mac

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

'He's the best ever': 49ers legend Roger Craig says Tom Brady is the greatest QB of all time

"Might your Craig was asked who's the greatest quarterback of all time right Tom Brady played in nine super bowls and won six come on you gotta save the best ever the whole if you're not given that that kind of process and he's he's not the best ever then you're just jealous this guy is amazing

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"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:54 min | 8 months ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We had a few minutes until we talk to Roger Craig I'm interested to hear what is the what he is thinking after getting snubbed once again for the hall of fame I don't think it's gonna go drew Pearson because Roger is so incredibly positive but I would imagine that he's probably going to be fairly disappointed with how do you think you'll be all yeah I think it was for Roger has forever upbeat version estimating he's the hum baby only with high name baby was always don't get your Dabur down so this Roger Craig is eternal light and everything is good and the so you know boy engine useful but he was a he felt like he told me several times both on the air and off the air that he thought this year was the year he would get in and he found out weeks before the Super Bowl was a hard weekend for the forty Niners not just losing the game in the way they lost the game and John Lynch did not go in the night before the Superbowl Brian young did not go in the night before the Superbowl and then the game itself and and I never really asked him about the fumble but you know it's hard is the the forty Niners before these last two appearances in the Superbowl were five for five yeah so you never really had the pain of losing the Superbowl that's right Joe Montana's legacy is so glittering because a Superbowl numbers are so incredible Hey it's almost like he never threw a bad pass in the Superbowl well he did lose other games before the Superbowl and I'm trying to come up with the this loss and I I listen to the whole game back last night I couldn't sleep in I watched it back obviously a few times that I listen to it back again and it was it was there it was there yeah I mean obviously I thought they would have I thought they won the game I thought they were going to win the game and then that that third in fifteen which is two three Jack watched is the play that the chiefs called and they had a special coming out of that overturned in a flip the whole game but to have a ten point lead was seven thirteen to go on the Superbowl when the opponents are facing a third fifteen is just beyond comprehension to lose the game so it's difficult so I you know which we compared it to the Superbowl forty seven loss on Monday in Miami John and I think this one is tougher and the only one that I could think of is you know when Joe got hurt the letter Marshall hit and Roger fumbled and a field goal yeah they they didn't give up a touchdown in that game I gave about five field goals to lose the game fired five he so that was and that was gone for three feet and all that was to win three in a row and no one's done that as so that one is really hard so I mean I outside of that law so you know what what was the most the obviously all the ones in the early seventies against the cowboys in the in the you know the onside kick they went or you know just terrible allusion what seventy two I think that one was so it just but this loss year having a Roger Craig is used to going to parades and I wonder how many forty Niners are a lot of the guys in Los Vegas I mean did you watch this parade today do you I'm watching it I'm watching it I can't tell you know I because that would have been our parade yeah so I I think you know is it as a competitor on what George get a lot to say about I was coming back with them and if MFN vengeance and I think it's gonna really motivate them like Kansas city I think they like watching knowing what's parade last year after they lost the AFC championship game to them and they they felt like they beat them here they don't line up offsides one time if they ever got the ball in the overtime would they have one so they had the same pain and they were able to bounce back in like the forty Niners they're young team but as far as just overall heart break of a loss I mean I think this one on Sunday night I I'd have to go back to Roger losing the ball and the fumble against the New York Giants there would be a you know a loss that is that that wasn't a Superbowl but that was to get to one to try to go three in a row which has never been done to this day so that one is certainly painful absolutely and I think I just think that it's like anything in life the deeper you get into something the harder it hurts when you lose so to me when you lose a super ball especially in that fashion it's it's got her a lot I did see this is far as numbers go numbers are just numbers you can Buck trends all the time but out of fifty three super bowls obvious we played fifty four but will play the next season the team that loses gets back to the Superbowl seven of fifty three times it's thirteen percent and wins it only twice the seventy two dolphins in eighteen patriots so it's very difficult in the super will hang over is it a real deal of the last ten only the eighteen patriots did it they lost to the eagles and they beat the rams obviously last season the rams missed the playoffs last season nine seven of the last ten one won the Superbowl to miss the playoffs too lost in the wild card to lost in the conference three lost in the divisional so you're going to make the playoffs seven eight eight out of ten made the playoffs to miss but it's it's hard it's just it's hard to go back to back bills did yeah I I lost it's hard I I I I appreciate all the work I don't care I mean that is just those are different team should have to go back to compare every single one I have the one that I would say would be the dolphins by the early seventy this seventy one dolphins loss to the cowboys and they got hammered they got beaten soundly twenty four three and that was a young team there was don Shula just come in from Baltimore they had some veterans wanna Connie was there and Paul Warfield but you know they they were they were rising and they dominate pro football for two straight years seventy two and seventy three and seventy two obviously undefeated one in seventy three went back to back and in seventy four they lost to the raiders Misia hands game so I you know it buffalo lost four in a row so they came back I wonder if they would have won one yeah I don't know what makes that kicked do they have the resilience to come back nine keep losing I don't know I think there's a certain age to losing that motivates you know I think they emit is jumping over sports San Antonio Spurs if Bosch doesn't get that rebound and feed ray Allen I'm not sure the spurs come back and win the next year's championship so you know it there was a time where the Super Bowl hangover was all anybody ever talked about it and I know it very well from the raiders after losing Superbowl thirty seven they were never the same but that was an older team that that was you know much older team so I I I I I just think this is a young team they're older a couple spots obviously at left tackle left corner but beyond that it should have some major the offense of line but you know to go back and look at every single Superbowl team that lost I think it's it only matters father twenty nineteen forty Niners respond and what they do going four to twenty twenty and I think based on what I saw from Nick Bosa and what George cattle had to say and the youth to the quarterback imagenes not started a lot of games him playing more and more and more we better I I have no reason to think I don't think it's like the Ramstein the rams team of last year I could sense was start to slide just because there are there other coaches brilliant there's no doubt but they they had to open up what they do when they were sober lie in on that one action which was there outside zone stretch run to the left by the way and what where did say he's coming back is not gonna retire so we'll see what the forty niner left tackles gonna do so we'll see right let's talk to Roger Craig he is we're gonna come in certainly which is great Roger Craig former forty Niners great to joins us cursive you may guess I'm Roger earlier you know Roger was runner because you guys are you know they will they will find their their their their their model what what what they need to bring to the table you know there's a couple of the other guys you know like I said Jimmy G. and look your sermon bill because they're a veteran a known what it takes to play at that level but they learned this is something that was a learning curve for them you know and next year they'll be off the charts milagro Bozo no guardroom all my gosh we gonna take you to the next level hi dear to you you know they they they got the right leaders around them right sherry hand it's rather won three super bowls you know I mean you know he knows what it takes to take it to the next level yeah you know you've got you know a lot of other players I Turner you know guy McIntyre all these guys around around those here so they're gonna be fun it leads to Lynch one one symbol at a temple he don't know what it takes to take it to the next level it's just it's just everyone buying into work and just plain hard and and just take it to the left not bring up that they have to start you know not hundred doctor I see this all the time you get three meals a day when you're hungry when you started you know when you get to go to when you get some milk so you you have to take it to that next level that day you're in the jungle and you looking for food go for the kill and so I think these young Bucks there didn't it they they they are getting there and I love what I saw in the game but I didn't like what some the referees did not you know kiddo that was suspect to me are you know it push all about I just don't think that when they're going for the ball that's crazy give us your thoughts on the stretch in and.

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Super Bowl LIV Analysis: Don’t pin 49ers’ fourth-quarter failure all on Kyle Shanahan

SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

04:21 min | 8 months ago

Super Bowl LIV Analysis: Don’t pin 49ers’ fourth-quarter failure all on Kyle Shanahan

"Ring and it was one heck of a ball game in these Kansas City Chiefs give him all the credit the world it look for you know for for for all the marbles here in the fourth quarter that you know Kyle Shanahan and and the San Francisco forty Niners who were putting consistent pressure on Patrick my homes all night long forcing them out of the pocket making him uncomfortable you know the sum of throws you could tell were under duress but when he needed it most more homes came through the big gun third down in fifteen conversion to tie re kill and how about Damian Williams shady McCoy tonight was a healthy scratch and if you ask yourself you know I wonder why what is in the sea that we don't see and I saw shady house in Miami during the week and and I swallow Sean during the week I didn't have the I knew because the it worded already started to leak out that he wasn't going to play he was a healthy scratch you know most of the post season and he wasn't going to to play in the Superbowl either and now you know why the the lead running back for the Kansas City Chiefs Damian Williams a quad side controversial as I mentioned touch down on the swing pass around the right side of a quarter of the end zone it was a third down play additionally called a touchdown as the the tip of a football broke the plane the question for some of you that are on the other side of the celebration going tonight is that the maybe the the toll was out of bounds before the ball broke the plane none the less they did not reverse the call the call stands obviously Shanahan loses a a Todd did you lose a time out there Jack was at a did he owe owed knows a scoring play so since it was a scoring play he did not have to use it I didn't have to throw the red flags we didn't lose a time out but the improper use the poor use I mean he committed el do you read like mistakes tonight did Kyle Shanahan and for the second time in three years he spent the bit as far as his play calling is concerned they were running the football down the chief thrown all night long and when they had a second five on that drive you chose to throw the football and second of five in complete third and five in complete punt and here come the chiefs it did the the momentum got swung to the chief side by the poor play calling and it's not just me some of the experts after the games of the same thing by Kyle Shanahan so interesting the way this all played out you can really rely on the run game to which was their strongest suit in that final three minutes like he had that qualifying you throw in the final three minutes even in that last drive and and I said you know yeah in years past and I remember the super bowls the all the great forty niner teams had the the big difference between those teams and the last two forty nine teams that have been in the Superbowl have been the quarterback position because Colin Kaepernick couldn't get it done against the ravens what was that's going back about eight nine years now yeah I think twenty fifth what we have technology like what the which super ball is the one in New Orleans at the lights went out and Jimmy go Rapallo tonight when most he needed to take his team down the field we have that one last chance to get the interception of the chief come up with the pick to just see all things but what are you what are your years back to a Joe Montana would he have gone down the field hit rice it Taylor you know he hit the the tight end hit baby Roger Craig out of the backfield this was Jimmy Garoppolo as the old a member in the in the political debates I know Joe Montana and Jimmy Garoppolo you're no Joe Montana AGL now if not Jody and I know Steve young and I guess what Jimmy Garoppolo you're no Steve young lady he played I mean by the way is twenty thirteen the lesson twenty thirteen that was with captain a good quarterback against the ravens he came up short and then I go rob Lowe comes up short to be is it these are very different times for the San Francisco forty Niners at the quarterback

Giants name Kapler manager, replacing Bochy

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:29 min | 11 months ago

Giants name Kapler manager, replacing Bochy

"Sports yeah the giants of named Gabe Kapler former Phillies manager and twelve year veteran the big leagues as a player as their new manager capital was one of three finalists for the job along with bench coach is Joe a spot of Houston and Tampa's Matt control the campers ties to giants head of baseball operations forums I ET in his previous manager to experience the last two years with the Phillies undoubtedly major factors in its hiring Phillies of course did not play well the last couple of years to Ms under five hundred a compile in those two brief years for Kapler there was so also some talk about his managerial style which shop according to some players according to some writers in Philadelphia was not received very well Capper also wonder some heat when he was with the Dodgers working with side he was the director of player development work closely with minor leaguers and during that time he was criticized for the way he handled allegations of sexual misconduct with two minor leaguers as instead of taking the matter to authorities camper chose to deal with the matters himself there some members in the giants organization reportedly had major reservations about is hiring but in the end for Huns IT decision the final one he's forty four years old US capitol twelve year big league career as a major leaguer played for six different teams and he's only the fifth manager for the giants since nineteen eighty six they've had four other ones of course very highly regarded Roger Craig dusty Baker for Lee Bailey when Bruce bocce and one would assume that probably tomorrow or the next day they would have a press conference to introduce Gabe Kapler at the sports desperate's McAllen

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"roger craig" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"But I think at the same time, you you can't be foolish enough to think that you're not movable. You just can't beat it. Just you can't be that way keys foolishness or is it just naievety. Is it just that haven't been through it before they they're foolish is you keep expecting something to happen different. Even though it's happened one way every time. That's foolishness naive is just I've never been through this. I thought everybody was going to kind of be cool. And it turns out that everybody's everybody is cool. But everybody's out looking for themselves. I'm not looking out for you. Or average looking out for me. But everybody else is cool. And I'm not looking out for me. I'm looking. For the organization, right. And they have for him better prospect that we get it. But I don't so I should know that you not Anthony Davis already know that. But you also came to me, and they told me all of a sudden I was playing football. You know, we're gonna move you for Jerry. Jerry Rice, we'll we're gonna get Jerry Rice in and and Roger Craig and we will package them up. And we're gonna move you. What I'm what you want me to do? Oh, I got you wouldn't but. Man, which we do. But there's also the factor that if you're Kouzmin specifically, and you're you aware about Anthony Davis. You do have that part down. But you also know that LeBron's showed up you've been balling out with him like those to mess together. Really? Well, right away. You look at BI. He struggled a little bit with them initially. He looked at Lonzo. He's to struggle with his shot. See looking around going. Oh, yeah. I'm good 'cause I'd have fit in really well right out the gate with Brian. And then you find out that while it is true that you fit really well with Brahman the gate. You ain't good your steel eight. They're still going to move you to that's got us thing a little bit. Because you doing everything you think you need to do to justify anything, you think you thank you do. But you may not necessarily be doing it the way that they needed done, which is you getting them over the top. They don't feel like you're a part of what can get to the next stage is a lot of times players of people in general think that because someone specifically have a certain type of numbers in sports that has getting it done doesn't mean it is getting done. Then just means that his points in this way or catches in touchdowns that way, but at the end of the day, I remember when we try to Curtis more than we got rid of age Maria. I couldn't believe like Adrian just rush for like fourteen hundred but it was a different type of fourteen hundred Carter smart rush for like thirteen which is same as fourteen but it was a different thirteen. It was a it was Curtis Curtis. Martin was a seven seven nine fifteen a loss to another seven seven seven eight nice run a forty eight. Morales was a sixty loss loss loss loss, forty gain a one loss loss, but with the the day the numbers. Added up till you look at it. He was like. I like a d but this do cars more. And if this difference between Emma's myth and Barry Sanders. Yeah difference. Yeah. Smartness top ten rushing still right? Which is all time. Always just one name. People miss when you're talking because he just didn't it didn't look a certain type away. But the -ffective is was just ridiculous..

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"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

"Europe. Dear. Oh, wait, hold on. You know, we hear the Michael berry show believed that at the end of a long hard week a work in romance manner would be top on a cold beer, and we do. So now. Debbie. Go ahead. Hey, mike. Chided my favorite band. It's finally come into play at my favorite country club RTC. Well, they're very happy. Are you gonna be there Sunday night at the grand ole Christmas show? I'm I'm hoping to I've got one thing to work out that I won't know on a sporting event on whether team wins or loses. But how that works out? I'm I'm planning on being there. Well, I hope it works out. Good. If it's your boys play in a hope they win if not I hope to see you there. I have your belated birthday present that I'll be bringing with me. I'll leave it with campus. You're not there. Well, there's fantastic. I appreciate that. And I do hope I get to see you come up and say Hello If I'm there. I will I have wanted this ban there. The bluewater highway bed. I am so excited I've been following them for about four years now stunned stumbled upon them at a Roger Craig or show. Well, I've never I've never seen this Christmas musical event that they're doing. But I am I it is I been in the Christmas season. My wife was away for three weeks. And I just kind of feel like we we're decorating the tree tonight, and we got all sorts of fun stuff going on. And I am just really really excited about you know, for me Christmas season is fun because it's fun watching the kids get excited about things. And I am in the spirit. I'm ready for my eggnog. I wish it would get a little colder here in Houston. My wife got all the decorations for the house. I mean, this is just this is a good time. Philip New Hampshire. Go ahead. Am I wanted to do quick to my little boy gun? He just turned four months today almost twenty pounds, which is crazy because it's huge. But more importantly to the shopping today and saw marines folks out there with the Salvation Army bells ringing and working real hard. And we wanna thank them so much for the work. They do because it does a lot of the folks that really need probably much more than a fantastic. Yeah. There's the Christmas spirit seven one three two one two five eight seven four Wayne you're up. Yes. Michael. I certainly don't want to just to sound smart. Anyway, I was not trying to be smart to correct you. But president Kennedy spent his last night in Fort Worth. Factories reason, I know that I made a photograph of the motorcade is they were getting ready to leave the hotel there in Fort Worth before he was killed over in Dallas. Then. I'm gonna check that on a bang. UK actually made a photograph is working for PanAmerican petroleum oil company. I was several floors up in the building there, and it's a distant shot it's hard to see too much detail, but it's president Kennedy's motorcade as he was leaving the hotel. They're going to Dallas. Well, I'll be damned. So I guess he stayed the mic before them the night before two nights before. Yes. Probably so, but he was there in Fort Worth the last night and. Anyway, I'm a minister here, and I do a lot of weddings. I need to come down and get you. You might need me some time to do a wedding at the country club. There you go. So it says November twenty first Thursday. And you know, what he did he left on that? And then he went up, so he stayed he stayed the Wednesday night in. Right. Yeah. I guess. That's right. Yeah. He arrived on the twenty second. You're absolutely right. I did not realize that. Okay. I wasn't trying to correct you. You're you're very intelligent, man. If I knew half of what you do. I'd feel real good. But I figured you might need. You would like to know that you know. So it was two nights before I had always heard by Houston. He spent this. You don't even have a great deal of pride in the rice hotel is a lot of history to this particular downtown hotel in this part of our downtown renaissance it began in the mid nineties, which Bob Lanier, then mayor deserves a lot of credit for and Michael Stevens. I'll say who was his dollar a year real estate guy friend of mine. Second Baptist deacon who passed far too young. From brain cancer. But but part of the downtown renaissance was restoring the rice hotel to its glory and opening it back up to the public and they did. And so I'd always heard that because there's a lot of pride from Houston. But you know, what I'm looking at. You're absolutely right. It was it was the night before the last night. So there you go Alyssa holding up. Sorry. Hold on. Will you're up. Michael. Yes, I'm the producer of that show on Sunday at the RC, and I just wanted to the grand old Christmas show, and I wanted to call in and just say thank you because we were at another venue, and we had to move in us, and we happen to be open and.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Yes. Jeff's awesome. That's a that is a lovely human being. But let me know if you're to gel Challah doesn't well let me know undercut your how dare you. Jobs. I jokes. You should be in it. I mean, you can play your fam- like you have that accent down because that is your family, then we'll we'll kind of Nexans very we speed like dis where denied Judy news video rough and yeah, so there's like a clear, and I appreciate that. Then it isn't just generic Nigeria. It isn't Will Smith and concussion. Oh, yeah. Shots fire. You know? We'll Smith come at me. I'll jump into the canyon to he's busy on Instagram. Right. Oh, that'd be rich. Exactly. He's literally going what if he say about? And then you have another sonic game. That's dropping twenty nineteen. We do we thought it was coming out earlier. And that's okay. Skier over fourteen. The official names on the team racing. Teams on a grazing. Thank you. Thank you cheese once again at Roger Craig Smith. But yeah, so we got another game coming out, and I'm not in it. But they've got the big sonic, the hedgehog CG movie that's coming out. And I think that comes out. Yeah. I can remember that summer. I think they're they're shooting for thing. It's November eighth twenty nine. Jim Carey will be playing crazy, man. I'm very I want to see his I wanna see that new show that he has on show. It looks writers Cody Heller it looks real dead. It was bizarre to even think that we're talking about CG alive action CG, sonic, the hedgehog film coming out like for a massive audience to think this many years later that the character is still. Connick? It is we gotta close. There's so many things that could talk about. I was gonna say you also were in the lympics right out sign versus the Olympic Games. Like this on a character. I didn't do anything. I don't think there was any voice associated with that on your is it really. Yeah. Oh, are you thinking about the go to the Olympic Games kind of thing? Like there there. There's. They might have been feel like he was one of them. Everywhere. I was gonna say because Goku Mario has been an Olympic mascot and Doku has also been Olympic mascot. And I think that they had I was looking on your IMDB, and it looks. Okay. I don't know if you got paid for it, Roger probably. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Probably not. Listed. Like a Macy's Thanksgiving Day balloon stuff like that. Right. Right. Right. And it's weird to think that like, you know, and it's really funny because I always say in my job that like when somebody if you get on an airplane. Somebody asks you what you do rarely do even say voice actor. Right. And you're only as legitimate and good is anything they've ever heard of. Ever heard of you be shocked because it depends on the person, man. Old ladies, I'll say, sonic, the hedgehog, and I go. Oh, yeah. Blue fowler. Yeah. And then it's like, my mom, and then it always falls out with this. He talks. So funny that is funny just about that commerce. I remember when I got hard for at midnight. I was so hyped to go on an Uber and be like just because you know, you'll be like, I'm a comedian. Yeah. So I was like, yeah. I write for at midnight on comedy central. And he was like what show is that?.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Everybody. It is me if you yet again pop it off ticket to another episode of narrative sent pants sitting across from me as always is Roger Craig Smith. Does. And we are joined up top by a man of a million voices. I think I can say a million voices a thousand boy, I bet you don't even know the actual count of all your voices. But we specifically brought him on today because we are covering sonic, the hedgehog who he is and has been for many years. It is Roger Craig Smith. Oh, do you actually know the number of people that you voice? It. Somebody pointed out like a long time ago. One credit on on the show regular show on Cartoon Network that the I think it was behind the voice behind the voice actors website. They they had it listed that. I had done one hundred seventy at characters on that show, which sounds impressive. But it's it's like eventually like taco vendor number four and like school bus guy, and you know, like random, you know, like mall patron, they all kind of stays like dude what the same thing. But it was kind of funny when well that's kind of crazy that was like that's gonna go on my bio it's like in one production line. But I have no idea. I have not yet. Did you focus on the regular show? I didn't I was a resort Fronton. Jobbers Thomas the intern. Oh, man. What's the now? I was going to say south desire, but is upheld. As are what was the alma others. There were so many. Yeah. Seven. Out of their eight seasons. I was in seven before they went to space guys survived. But so yeah, it was Thomas and like, oh, but just a whole Messa characters and so much fun. Yeah. Garrett Garrett Bobby Ferguson giant beard face junior. Yes. It was a blast. I love that show. So this is just a just nerdy. Almost insider baseball question. But when you started where you always Roger Craig Smith or where you Roger Smith and sag was like, we we got them knowing that was Roger Smith before sag because I went to go register my name when I was doing standup I want to go register my my website. And I was like I'll just go with Roger Smith dot com. That's a hotel. A hotel in New York City called the Roger Smith hotel sounds like regal. Gosh, I guess it is like a really nice place. I have to go stay there as McGill Cem choking in. But that was taken. And and then eventually when what ended up happening is I was going to go with like Roger C Smith..

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"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

"Clear by Texas singer songwriter. Roger Craig my good friend in a very talented very talented product of Corpus Christi, Texas. You know, one of the things that gives me great joy is when listeners will Email me and say, hey, I heard a song on your show. And I went and checked it out. And I ended up buying a music of, you know, the different artists that we play particularly when it's an artist that we enjoy, but it's not an artist that's on one of the major national labels because there are the it is it is humbling to think how much incredibly talented work is out there. That no matter. How many years we live in no matter? How much we listen to? Is still available out there. Can you imagine? When you get to the point where you say I've seen every movie I'll never get to see another one. There's no movie that I haven't seen people will tell me about a movie I liked to watch documentaries. And they'll say did you watch this documentary, and I'll say, wow. I can't wait to get to go. You know, what I can't wait to go. See won't you be my neighbor. The Fred Rogers store, I'm really looking for. I haven't seen Chappaquiddick yet. Have you by the way? I'll tell you how it ends. I haven't seen it. But I I I'll give you a clue how it ends by the way if you are a person that listens to podcasts season two of the podcast slow-burn season. One was about the Watergate. The whole Watergate scandal, and it goes deep into the Watergate scandal season two is about the Monica Lewinsky Bill Clinton scandal and the first episode of season two is out now, and I listened to it earlier today, and it is very very very interesting. And I would commend that. For those of you who listen to podcast, I would commend that to you for those of us who do not listen to podcast don't be intimidated because it some technological innovation that, you'll never figure out I figured it out rest assured, if I tell you about something in the realm of technology rest assured, if you are ninety years old, you will be able to figure it out technology is not in any way intuitive for me technology is very very frustrating for me. I'd I'd I have trouble figuring it out. But if I'm committed to it, I'll hang in there, and I will break down and learn how to do it. But if you've got kids or grandkids that can figure out a basic smartphone. Ask them set you up with a podcast, tell them that. You wanna listen to slow burn season one? I've already finished that one's about the I know you're going to say, well, I already know what happened to walk. There's a lot of stuff that they dig deeper, and then you can start on season two, by the way, if you ever miss our show, if you ever miss a show, you can go in and listen to any show anytime you want free on spreaker iheart. Apple I tunes are directly through our website at Michael berry dot com, and you can pick up any show that you want to go back to again or listen to for the first time Rebecca in friends, would I'm moving you to the front because my dear friends, Connie and Billy stagner ONA Corey diamonds infringe would. And I really really liked what you got. Well, I just wanted to comment I guess on the subject about men not being allowed to be masculine anymore. And I'm sick and tired of feminism. And. This idea that women have to be like men in order to be taken seriously and. Mentioned. Mentioned be tough anymore, and they shouldn't. That masculinity that something bad. Well, you know, what's interesting is men bought into that nonsense historically in this country to respect women because our original authority figures, where women are mother stayed home. Especially with a stay at home. Mom are mothers stayed home. Dad went off to work in. What did we do who potty trained us? It wasn't bad. It was mom who I taught us that boys. Don't cry. It wasn't men. It was mama. First time. We cried momma said, no, no, no boys are tough, boys. Don't cry. It wasn't because women were subjugated women taught men how to be men every mother raised her boys to grow up to be the man, she married. That's healthy. That's natural. That's instinctive mothers taught little boys. How to grow into men, and as they got older they started wanting to develop the skill sets of men, and that's when dad stepped in. He taught him how to tie he taught him how to tie a tie. He taught him how to be safe with the gun and hunt and to fish and to work and to be honorable. It's.

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"roger craig" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Nine traffic and weather every fifteen minutes new jersey what a one point five displayed down the drought do his doing new jersey one of five david talk mccann's roger craig allen the other day i was out for a walk and i saw a historical marker i'd never seen it before there were so surrounded by history here new jersey sometimes i think me miss him.

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"roger craig" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Roger craig yeah he's not in the hall of fame i think roger craig just because he has so many great pieces around it's not fair i know it ain't fair but when you think of barry sanders like you say we named one guy you know what i'm saying so i mean the forty niners back in them days had some lawler do the media who votes on who gets a gold jacket and all that sort of thing i do think that they do have i don't think that they announced each other that we have to draw a line somewhere we can't put all these guys on the hall of fame but i think somewhere in their heads it's like all right how many niners are we putting in here you know there's certain guys who serve it and they're kinda hurt by the guys that they played around it's sort of the opposite of the u of fat you know if you play at the you and your trying to establish as a scout like was this guy good or is he just doing well because he's surrounded by nfl level talent but do you think you're going to but then when you couple couple of of greenwood belongs in the hall of fame certain yeah i'll make some guy could make some cases where they get it right with lynn swann john stallworth the numbers don't live up to twenty first century so that's not even gonna talk about i'm not making that case if you now what i'm here me i'm just saying i i like those guys are you saying that the indianapolis colts are going to the playoffs you disagree with my assertion the door and then there's only one answer for that they'll make the play oh are you know this is being recorded understood okay i wanna make sure that's nothing wrong with the cameras or anything oh god is over now i have a very special is it ready for at the end of the twenty eight thousand season all right in the meantime so romo says the packers are the team to beat what do you guys think you guys have been in in both of you were on great teams not just teams like this this this team could make a play could go to the blast no no you guys at this very time late june early july on teams that were all this team better go james you better not do it you can declare that they're not doing i like you know what i think romo is probably wanted to smart as guy on the world today wherever that is absolutely true man thank you get the greatest quarterback to play the game we agree on air rogers back you get a guy a new toy jimmy graham you get a guy everything doesn't have to be everything guy mercedes you got randall cobb you have devante atoms then when aaron got hurt you realize okay we have two young studs at running back absolutely no so now you know you can go to the running game then you draft to corners who i've been told are some studs as well and you get your mom williams back and everybody's saying he's he's looking great so you know plus kevin king plus kevin king and then you got two very good safeties in jones and ha ha so i mean i think everything that's there i mean romo romo sees it and he's very smart don't you have number twelve behind the center at your autumn medically keep him nice and clean this year for your auto matic seem to be before he left last year they were foreign one i mean who knows where they would've been sitting so now you even get a better defensive guys that it's not going to be even a mediocre that's going to be a good muhammed wilkerson narrows will with mike dan clark and was seventy six out there yeah i it can be problems and i think romo being from wisconsin oh no he sees the roster and cheese who's behind center he's like men this team right here a lot of people don't want to say it but i think they are the team to be i kinda agree reggie though so.

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"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dodgers and being a giant might family kind of turned away from me a little bit but it was a great experience that i had here i got traded for gary lavelle back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and i came over here i got a chance to start for a little bit and then i was in the panel was hurt for a little bit we lost one hundred games for the first time in giant history so i'm proud of that i'll say that i've got a chance to make some great friendships and more than anything else just get a chance to be part of the giants history has been great what was it like being in san francisco the city of san francisco where'd you live what was life like we played eighty five was the first year we played all those day games didn't have great attendance because we were not a very good team and but it was really cool really again great friendships that we had the transition was made at the end of that year with al rosen and roger craig coming on and we kind of just saw what was happening we're going through that same kind of a resurgent here in philly right now but same kind of thing was going on roger craig out rosen robby thompson and chris brown and will clark and we just saw what was going to happen i ended up leaving eighty seven four johnny robinson i missed all of the action that was happening here but it was a good move for me to go to pittsburgh boy pittsburgh for the caveman donny robinson what a hitter what a hit or he was definitely a great hitter in but again it was it was a good move for me and it was a great move for the for the giants only robinson came on did a great job at the eighty seven got them into the playoffs hit a couple of home runs and the rest is history right jim god with us san francisco you mentioned some names i can't let them go past this mark grant atlee hammock or boy you mentioned that a tremendous lefthanded pitcher and of course grandma maker and mark davis davis and also my buddy bill ascii and bill you has just been a dear friend of.

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"roger craig" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie miller the stephanie miller show welcome to it coffee with cuddles house rocky go see him live he's fantastical i at flappers may twenty second with gregg lyle roger craig smith us voice over guys doing comedy and doing our voices for our fans come ask this question to show on a couple of surprises forget about it what's the phone goal is you take all right we're just talking about how extra mobbing trump administration is at set realize oh that's why this story about in political about a vodka reminded me she's the sofia coppola this whole thing daddy daddy travis elise was not implying that she's a great i mean she's a bad actress that's meant yeah godfather three very good director though the real reason muller hasn't called trump special counsel seems to be leaving the children's presence children for last oh saving the best for last the children often evenki saw this jared like in her best little girl boys sokaia let's go to peru jared who has extradition don't they start extradition yeah she was in dragnet music out she was in bedminster new jersey with trump rainy a judge june seventeenth weekend when he decided to fire james comey she was a passenger on the plane flying home strategizing how to manage the fall out of her brother ass donnie juniors meeting with russian loyal moyer peddling dirt with about hillary clinton she also spoke briefly at trump tower with that russian lawyer natalie ambitious this and lobbyists who was present for that meeting during the campaign yet the family member closest to the president woman who was a key campaign pig figure that helped lobby her father to hire paul manafort a man now under indictment of course on multiple charges has yet to be called in for questioning by bob muller she's involved in everything said moore one former white house advisor it's odd unless they consider her that tword tia's target she's a.

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"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well you look at both rotations as and giants i've never in my life i remember roger craig and eighty nine you kinda bandaid himself to the world series with with russell and crew go and drew becky and robinson who claim that he led the league and cortisone shots even even during the lcs roger was like working guys out on the wrigley field wound deceit with no tomorrow mike lacoste leave up mike i'm sorry i'm sorry i don't do that john and then your fast forward to three when felipe asia over for dusty and man was supposed to be on that team and i leave on broke down some guys and then never pitched again remember after the theories and get more years they contract but then philippe they won one hundred games and roger went to the world series so i mean those are examples of you just never know in april then all of a sudden you're in september and you're in it there's an article that i read about you and i'm going to get the book here by bob tewksbury called ninety percent mental and i didn't know that the giants had hired him as a mental skills coach but tell me a little bit about bob and what he's written about and and if you've had a time to read the book yet john well no i haven't but it looks like a fascinating topic because you know nowadays you see a lot more these socalled mental coaches and there's probably about twenty two to twenty four the big lakes chips berry is the only one of those who played the game at the major league level you know an all star with the cardinal back in it back in the day you know played ten plus years you know real good guy and worked many years with the red sox in the same capacity hired by bobby evans last year given a two year deal to do the same here in san francisco and so he's he you know for example i talked to some people in the clubhouse last spring and mac williamson for instance love the fact that he was there because he was going over to missions in.

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"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

"The miller stage and the garden including gree bagwell kevin fowler and roger craig her world war two veteran from clear lake is finally a decorated hero more than seventy years after mustering out thanks to us representative brian baben who took action when he heard that john gerald nicholson senior had never received the medals he'd won so nichols now has his sackful of medals including the bronze star the europeanafrican middle eastern campaign metal a combat infantry badge a goodconduct muddle and army occupation ribbon and the american theater ribbon for his wartime service rachel estrada newsradio 740 ktrh were there are indications of the florida schools shooter was about to do what he did broward county sheriff's scott israel's his scott peterson the officers stationed at the school failed to act before and during the shooting third new questions about missed warning signs abc news obtain the transcript of a tips drew who called the fbi last month the female caller telling the fbi the cruise was going to explode saying he was worried about him getting into a school and just shooting the place up the fbi has admitted to failing to follow up on that tip but that wasn't the first miss signed in february of 2016 the broward sheriff's office is told by an anonymous caller that crews had threatened on instagram to shoot up his school the information sent to school resource officer scott peterson abc's victor can nato in the park lane florida area in spring training the astor's beat the braves in palm beach fares twenty nine more in this season and beloved actress dancers singer an advocate for the daphne is dead.

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"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Know but ajit bet his he's it's undeniable eases his numbers are undeniable even though wide receivers of tough spot to get in i mean i bruce is also on this list is he going to get into me if if he gets in in front of those two guys something is really wrong yeah it's it's tough to uh lynn swann way too long time what was he ten or eleven years because you always look at these nayim brown is work tim brown did he way help but heated anyway at long i thought he only i'm shirts feels like i like and swan now but tim brown also had better citizen will resume than swanee the re thank you sierra zone from sarah high school year but that the reason that's one thing sticks in my head that was bill walsh's last statement to to roger craig said hey you're going to be like limbs juan it's gonna take a while but they're going to realize you i know people are tired anywhere were arguing farrah the roger craig i feel you know the only guy to make it two i believe the pro bowl zi fullback and a half back he was on the team of the now all you know the all decade team of the 1980s you could argue that the 84 niners where the greatest manner team ever in their pinnacle moment in the super bowl gatt stanford over a miami who was it that took centre stage and had three touchdowns and a huge day roger craig he was a thousand thousand before marshall faulk before it was sheikh to throw to the backs i n here's my biggest argument for roger jerry rice statistical resume is overwhelming and we all know partly why right because cherry i.

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"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This guy use he's just got so many were there stood surround him he's got amazing talent but he's never done it so for my perspective i want the guy who i could cause a sure thing and the stack them back in one chunk of change and you got hit in the face he went through a s spell there were he was buried mortal he wants a guy who was a good match scare you use a swing this guy and what he did last year you don't see fix just trouble in all of a sudden last year once he he starts you the ball better and he certainly had a better clay coverage he became monumentally secure and i i want that guy in the giants in the lineup like sacchi sets at all it takes pressure off everybody else you becomes the catalyst and so from the perspective of of experience and having done it before i would i would say i would occur to have step but perry say that i would love to have now uh autonomy just because i'd like to see what the judge to do them at the amazing does it feel like he's going to seattle though in your guy given the american league oh no no no no way nice crew a guy like that's a positive like mike yeah that's that roger craig again you don't get your diver down i like it either what if if neither one of those guys they are that we could always angelo all eastern creation right now oh my god what has a ucla bruin mike i think we've got the best of the deal we got lonzo for a year and he's the only real player and now we're done with them so i feel i feel great can we wash our hands yeah that's a good thing wash your hands global are well i know some people ever we got lonzo we enjoyed it a great bruin in now under the next so mike back to the the baseball the latest rumor in they're all rumors that's what we're doing it hot stove it's fun a christian arroyo in the package um.

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