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"I did it in LA. I did an Alabama and my goal is to next year, take it to England, take it to Germany. And wherever else I get booked going forward until Ring of Honor comes back I'll decide then what I'm going to do and what my future will be after that, I'm not sure if I will continue wrestling. I'm not sure if I'll join a bigger promotion. I'm just not sure. So you have the ability, shall we say, or they want you to go around the world with Ring of Honor title and continue to defend it as much as you can? They haven't given me any direction. This is something I'm taking upon myself to do. I'm not forcing it on anyone. Promotions are actually coming to me asking me to do it. And so I'm very grateful for that that the Ring of Honor world title still holds weight with a lot of people around the world. I'm just grateful that I'm in this position and you know with terminus and Ring of Honor going down for hiatus anyway, it's kind of presented me with a way to enjoy wrestling even more now because I love traveling. I love wrestling new guys testing myself. It's just giving me an opportunity to have more fun again because within the Ring of Honor locker room, there's only so many guys I can wrestle before. It's like, it's a repeat again. Right. Now I'm getting an opportunity to wrestle new people with different mindsets, younger guys with ambition and different ideas will eventually help me with my ideas. So it's a blessing in disguise, I think. Did you ever have any WWE try out or anything like that over the years? No, I remember I was in contact with canyon semen, maybe before my second contract with Ring of Honor. So that might have been 2018, but nothing came of it. Would you ever want to do that? With the way WWE has been, I would probably want to do that closer to the end of my career. Yeah. So let's finish it off with terminus once again. So it's a big show. It's exciting that you're doing this. Are you going to be working on the show? What's the main event of the show give us one last little kind of plug about it? Right now we don't have a main event we're still building to that. We have the players. We're just trying to figure out what the best main event can be after we put all the match together. At this point, we've already announced I believe four matches. I believe we have Lee Mario versus Jay lethal. Wow. My wife, Jordan grace, defending her digital media title from impact against Kira Hogan. Janaya Kai versus Pacific Northwest standout lies a hall and then we have, I think that might be it actually. I might be missing one. Moose. I got moose versus Alex Coughlin. Yes, yes, yes. We were really just going to wait and announce the rest of the matches. And I like listen to the fans just kind of see what they want to do. We get lots of talent too, which is great 'cause I'm looking through the list and it's like a bunch of guys, some of them I know some that I don't, but it seems like this is the graphics look good. The name was cool. You know, like I said, that's such a big deal in this day and age. Is it looks cool? If I was in town, I would go to this show. So it's successful, do you want to do some more? If it's successful, I think it will force my hand to definitely do more. Again, like my goal was to just help or encourage the independence to present wrestling the way that envision it in your mind 'cause this is me doing it now with the show and I've been doing it with my wrestling, but now I'm doing it with an entire show. Hopefully, if people want it in the demand is there then I will definitely move forward and do another last question for you. Which of all the matches you've had is the one that stands out as being your favorite? Oh, I just had this conversation. Actually, I just wrestled Alex Coughlin on a new Japan strong show. And I really like that because I feel like it shows my vision of what pro wrestling can be in the match. It tells a story. We don't kick or punch or strike at all. And it tells a story that I'm proud of. And it was a ten minute match and I've had 30 minute matches. I've had these big promoted matches, but this match in particular is my favorite. We don't use these new hybrid moves that wrestling have gravitating towards. We use wrestling moves. And we go out there and we tell a good story from bell to bell. And as a match, I'm really proud of. Is new Japan's strong so that you're working with regularly because they're starting to do more now, aren't they? Yeah, they are starting to do more. I'm not sure what rocky's plan is or what the office's plan is. I have been a part of a few of the shows. So if they want to use me more, I'm definitely into it, but as of right now, I'm just like a guy that gets you scared there. Well, dude, it's great talking to you man and best of luck with terminus. And I'm looking forward to meeting you face to face and Jordan too on the Jericho cruise. It's going to be a blast. Well, thanks for having me on the cruise. And again, thanks for having me here on the show. Appreciate it. All right, dude, we'll talk to you soon, man. Thank you. Take it easy. Cheers. Just getting started with rich eisen, has stories of humble beginnings and humbling moments from inspiring people. Michael Strahan I am scared to death rid the Oscars, man. I'm not supposed to be on that red carpet. Aaron Andrews. What is my next question gonna be because everybody is watching this and this is gonna go far away. Kevin Harley I'll let you in on a secret of all the things I do rich. It's the most fun, the most fulfilling, most challenging thing that I do. 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"Back and forth and we were at each other about decisions all the time. I love it. I love the relationship that we have. But I have a way that I look at wrestling. Mine is more so closer to if wrestling was real. The idea that styles make fights. And I feel recently in the last ten to 12 years, a lot of professional wrestlers now are at the point where they're all hybrid wrestlers. None of them have weaknesses. I believe to tell a good in ring story, you have to have a weakness. And then that weakness you can then tell a story or coming in. A lot of the men and women that I've approached to be a part of the first show I believe have that understanding. Basically, me just watching them over the years of working with them over the years, they've told me in their own way, you know, that they have a similar mindset of wrestling like me. So that's pretty much how I went and you know I went after the people. Barron might have another reason. But that's how I went after the individuals. So it was definitely a collaboration on booking. Because you're also calling this modern aids grappling, which is kind of like you said there's so much more of a hybrid style with a lot of the guys in this day and age. Is that where the idea came from? Yeah, so my idea is to separate the different styles of professional wrestling. And I want to just encourage men and women to promote wrestling to present wrestling the way that they feel for us for a wrestling should be. Instead of doing it just to get bookings. So I'm going after the people that do wrestling the way that they see that it should be. Also, my name is baffling is enforcing rules. I believe in modern wrestling rules are very relaxed. So it's very difficult to have a heel in the face. So if rules are promoted, then rules can be broken, meaning now you have a heel. If you look at any sport, whether it's soccer, I like to speak about soccer because whenever I see guys I'm in England watching the game, they get up in arms over a technicality that the referee call went and for wrestling we can no longer do that because there are no rules. So I want to help promote rules again, thus we have hills and faces. So marinade's grappling is also about styles, but also reinforcing rules, making the referee an important part of the match again. It's an interesting concept because you're right. And expand upon this a bit, when you say it's hard to have heels and babyfaces in today's wrestling kind of talk a little bit more about that. Why do you feel that way? Well, not everyone is going to be able to, and I'm going to use them because he's a very popular guy right now. Not everybody's going to be able to be at MJF right off the bat. Definitely coming into a company on the independence. A lot of the times you just get the match. You don't get a chance to do a promo. Right. You don't get a chance to use those words to manipulate the crowd. So you have to do it from bell to bell, because that's what you're giving. You're giving your ten venture 15 minutes. And so now we need the individuals to learn that you can also be a good heel from bell to bell by just doing things from wrestling's past, making it new again adding to that. But a lot of people will leave like an iPod or creating someone off and talking crafts as fans is enough being ill. But you have to do more now. The way information travels, the way people digest information, you just have to be more wittier. You have to be more creative now. And I feel like if you're not getting the opportunity to cut a promo, it's very difficult to get over. So now we have to use elements that are presented to us, which is the referee. The rules of wrestling. If there are no rules of wrestling, then the heel has nothing to really use to get over it. Right. You know, that's why I think a lot of the heels now are doing cool moves because they have no way to get over because there are no rules to break. So I want to help promote real heels coming back to the sport. I want to promote the heels playing their role because if you play your role, you're doing the job. You're doing the most important job, which is helping that face overcome something. You're being an obstacle for the face to overcome. It's very astute observation because a lot of guys don't pay attention to the rules. I mean, obviously that was one of the biggest things in AEW when we first started was some guys just had no rules whatsoever. And you know I'm a big proponent, obviously coming from 30 years of experience, you have to use your referees to your advantage as a baby face or as a heel. So it's good to kind of hear from your standpoint from being a guy who's been in the business for I'm not sure how long you've been visit but I'm assuming you're probably in your 30s, maybe. 33, ten years, 15 years on the job. 16. Yeah, so that's good, mad, because we have to everything goes in waves. First, it was all rules. Like when I started, then ECW was no rules. And then WW some rules and then WWE with Vince's kind of mindset was rules. So it's good to kind of see things coming around from your end too because you have to have them because if not, it does turn into one big giant high spot, which can be entertaining, but that only lasts for so long as well. I agree. With you saying that, you know, I like to use this fireworks. 4th of July come around, I can only pop so many before I give the rest of them off to somebody else. So it's also good to just have a.
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"All right, welcome to talk is Jericho, is the pot of thunder and rock and roll and I've got raining, Ring of Honor world champion Jonathan Gresham on the show. You'll hear the story about how he came to be champion at Ring of Honor's final battle show just before the company took a hiatus and definitely although we'll be coming back in April. Johnson's also talking about what it means for him as the champion, defending the title and what he thinks the future might hold for Ring of Honor. Johnson is also using this unexpected downtime to start his own promotion. He and AEW's barren black are launching terminus. I love that name this Sunday January 16th at the croc center in Atlanta, Georgia, tickets are available now in the card is stacked. Jonathan will be defending the ROH title against Josh Alexander and the main event. Baron black will take on bandito, other matches on the card include Lee Moriarty versus Jay lethal, moose versus Alice Coughlin, Dani Garcia and Adam priest versus invictus cash and JDX plus Jonathan's wife impact digital champion Jordan grace will be defending her title against skira Hogan. Jonathan will break down the card for us and explain what makes terminus different from the other ending promotions out there. He also talks about his final ROH show and shares his thoughts on what makes good heels and baby faces and what he thinks has been missing and pro wrestling when it comes to that a psychology. He's also got some great stories from his early days training and wrestling in Japan and some of the stuff he did to get noticed in the business. And of course, we talked about WWE and whether that was ever in the cards for him. It's a great combo with one of wrestling's newest promoters, Jonathan Gresham, and you got to come see fozzy's newest drummer grant Brooks on the save the world tour starting again on March 31st, the next U.S..
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"Were great. The friscos against Matt taven and Mike Bennett, you know, Dave Meltzer would probably give it four stars. Phenomenal. Phenomenal. And we had one blood and guts match, which not no blood, but a lot of guts would I don't know if you know these guys. Kenny king and Shane Taylor, I know Kenny. Yeah, Shane Taylor is excellent. And the women's title, as you very young girl, Roxy against willow, very good, everyone was represented on the card. And culminating with lethal aggression. You know, as the main event. And hopefully, you know what, if nothing else, when you have some time, YouTube to check out that main event because Jonathan Gresham is so good and lethal is so good and they're both scientific wrestlers. And it was just fantastic. And it was very emotional and towards as it was coming down to the end because the paper shoots going to cut off. The whole roster babyface heels. It didn't matter. Everybody came out to ringside and Jonathan Gresham kept the belt and it was a hell of a moment. And you guys said quite a few of those, that was the one kind of thing. Like you said, the melancholy side of it, but you booked it as if you were moving forward. I mean, having Adam share appear and having Gresham get the title and I think the Briscoe's won the titles again for the 12th time or whatever it was. The companies not it's being it's being reinvented, let's hope. As far as what I know now, these titles are going to be defended in other places. Jonathan Gresham, he's booked in a number of places, including he's doing a really cool show in Atlanta. The name of his new show or promotion is terminus terminus. I heard a very good a really good buzz. And you know, he's going to be there. The kid that's the pure champion, the pure belt champion, Josh Woods is going to be there. I'm not sure about the Briscoe's. But and I believe the girl rocks he's going to be there, but so these titles are going to be still be active despite the hiatus. Right. Because now everybody all the contracts are done. So everybody is free to go elsewhere. No, not necessarily. It is. Some guys have contracts that rolled over and once again, tip of the hat to Sinclair. They're getting paid. I believe through the end of the next four months. Gotcha. So, but yeah, so the belch or the title holders are alive and well. In name. As we start to wind down, there's some talents that now are available that maybe we're like, Jay, like Jay lethal was saying, I'll stay in Ring of Honor for as long as they'll have me something Ring of Honor and he has to go and come to AW. Are there some other talents that you think will show up elsewhere? Ones that you think, okay, these guys now that Ring of Honor is gone for now. We'll definitely move on. Well, I don't know if you're familiar with Mike Bennett. Sure. Maria canal, you know? Yeah. He and Matt haven are wonderful. I don't expect you to know some of these names, but Vincent Vinny Mars again perhaps as an ass name anymore, say, but Vincent, he does. Sort of like a harsh horror movie kind of gimmick, but he's great. He's great. The aforementioned Jonathan Gresham. He's going to move on. Shane Taylor, these guys are good, once again, Kenny king. These guys are all very viable talents. Not to mention the Mexican talent we've been using. This bandido wasn't phenomenal. Dragon lean, ruch, who had the Ring of Honor belt prior. And so yeah, you know, hopefully Tony Kahn. Some of these other guys we'll see what happens. And that's the thing is I had Ring of Honor, the very first Jericho Cruz was with Ring of Honor. I think you were on it, right? I was just okay. So I know a lot of those guys and work with Joe coffin with Craig, so once again, it's great to see the guys doing so well and great to see him move on. So last few questions for you. In your opinion, what are some of the greatest matches you ever saw in Ring of Honor? I'll tell you the greatest match. Okay. And if you've never seen it, watch it. Samoa Joe against kabashi. Oh, wow. In New York City, this is before there was our first New York City show. And where we had a building that was up in like Spanish Harlem. And it wasn't a bad building, but guess what? Something happened and they didn't pay the rent. So we're scrambling. And one of our dear friend of mine and he did it. He was at when you were in Europe, but he was made an appearance at AEW in a dark match as a manager. The prince nana. He found he's running around New York City. And he finds a building where the Hammerstein is and there's the Manhattan center on top, and there's that hotel. Half ass hotel. Well, they had a ballroom. And the ballroom fit like 500 people. I mean, jammed in. And we used that. And thank God things were the way they were, because you could duke the fire commissioner..
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"And borrow rates may vary. So when you finally sell to Sinclair, what were the major differences that you noticed right away? Well, the reason Sinclair boy was, at the time, they had 70 80 affiliates. So in other words, they had, oh, shadow 28 in Des Moines. A Fox affiliate. Channel 7 in Oklahoma City, a CW affiliate. But they were owned by Sinclair. So it was they're going to produce an hour of TV. To put on these 70 stations, which, by the way, is now 200. And they're going to be in the local markets. And that's why they wanted the company. And it's funny. I love Jim cornette. I'm probably one of the only guys in history that he never had to blow out with. That was a look. Jim Jim was a little when the deal was starting to go down. Jim says Carrie, do you know what Vince McMahon would pay to have 70 local affiliates? Well, that vote had left the station. And so the idea was well, now we're on in Des Moines. People are going to watch it. We can go to Des Moines, right? Right. It didn't happen. But so Claire got their hour of TV continued doing the live shows, still released DVDs in the beginning. And there were a lot of growing, a lot of growing pains with Sinclair. A lot of them, you know, they had a hot potato in their hand. And that's not necessarily good. Maybe it was a hot mess. But there were a lot of growing pains. But, you know, this is a multi-billion dollar company. And I love Joe cough, who is the corporate head of Sinclair, and I'm not going to, you know, there's been nothing, but gracious to me and nice the whole time, but unless they got on live TV, as you know, it's tough. Yeah, yeah. And we never were able to do that. What was Sinclair's kind of MO for buying Ring of Honor? I just want the original content. Well, no, they wanted that to produce an hour of TV for those at the time, 70 or 80 affiliates as opposed to buying three's company felt. And they garnered revenue from the advertising, I think. And what they got that hour of content. And it never was uniform. Like if they would have had every station play it Saturday morning at 11, like the old days when you would watch wrestling then roller Derby. But never happened. Yeah, you're right, because it was syndicated. Like you said, so it would be all over the place on the map. If it would have been, like you said, every Saturday at noon or every Wednesday at 9 on this channel because it was hard because I never heard of Sinclair. And you go to your channel. You have a thousand freaking channels who knows which one is which at this point, you know? So I always wonder if it turned out as big as they wanted it to. We certainly know the Springsteen song 57 channels and nothing else. Nothing on exactly 857 channels. But at the same time, they were trying we were doing pay per views along the way. Doing like four year, we also were trapped originally with the Internet pay per view thing, which was complete disasters. That's where Jim cornette lost it. If it happens. The feed would go out in the middle, you know, and there's nothing you can do. You were too busy with your career, WWE, but there was a company called go fight live. And they were the cutting edge, the cutting edge Internet technology, and it was garbage. But it worked sometimes. Eventually, we started doing the traditional on your cable on it also the website, which still exists, Ring of Honor's honor club, which is a good deal, and it had the old of the old content and you were able to watch the pay per views through that or like I reported Saturday night on my cable. I don't know about you, but I decided that chromecast thing I could figure out is just record it. So yeah, we would do like four year and then the pandemic came. You know, and I don't want to speak for Joe cough, but plan was going to be we're going to be doing weekly TV. Where it was going to be, I don't know. Even if it was on YouTube, like AEW dark, right? Right. But to get one uniform planks and then the pandemic came. That was it. That was it. We had 6 or 7 months off. We were showing best of content. And we came back with this empty arena stuff. We did the pure title division was part was a tournament. We did after the pandemic. The women's, we created women's division. And to their credit, they paid everybody. Yeah. Everybody got paid. Bro, this is unprecedented. Right. So you got to give Sinclair credit and when you're looking at the bean counters though, you know, because Sinclair, whoever's running the accounting department, probably don't care what shows which they just see a name of a show and numbers. And seeing how much money they spent on Ring of Honor during this and not getting anything really back, that probably Ring of Honor on the shopping block. I'm sure I'm sure. Maybe we'll be back in some maybe we'll be back in some form, you know, we're supposed to have a we're supposed to have a show WrestleMania weekend. Maybe it's not announced that it's breaking news for your thing. But so we'll see, you know, let's hope that that happens. Talk is Jericho is supported in part by nysa. You're hanging out with some friends and putting back if you drinks around this Christmas season. A few becomes a few too many as the evening comes to an end and people start to head out, you think of calling for a ride, but why bother you live nearby? You can make it home, okay, right? It's no big deal. What are the odds you're gonna get pulled over anyway?.
"roh " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And that was the two big flyers. Everybody else, once again, it wasn't my company. Everybody else were these New York guys. And then what's the guy's name? Rudy Gonzalez from Texas, right? Out of the Sean, they shipped up Brian spanky. They shipped up Paul London. They shipped up this one. I think dank, I think Christopher Daniels, but anyway, I was at that show. And the Guerrero match was fabulous. And Gabe made a decision to have, I think it was Daniel sin spanky and low key or Danielson low key and Paul London go on after that. And the three way match, which was ballsy. But that's why game was good. But yeah, to have any Guerrero was fabulous. And another thing I really enjoyed during my tenure, I'm a guy that likes history, whether it's wrestling, baseball, rock and roll, the Civil War, I like history. So I used to like to bring in legends. We had partly race. We had Bill watch. We had Bruno Sam martino. Jim carnett. Bobby hin, Ricky steamboat. And fully Mick Foley worked like 7 shows with us. I'm gonna tell I'm gonna tell a story. You might get mad. Mick comes in and this is after that little aforementioned scandal. We do a shoot interview with him. And I had read in his book that he just mentioned in his first book, how he was such a huge jethro Tull fan. So which I am, too. And so after the shoot interview, and you know him, he's a huge Christmas fan. You're right. But guess what? The shoot interview was in like September. Well, it is 2004. Tall releases a jethro tall Christmas album. You didn't know about it. And I had to CD. And I gave it to him. And that started our little connection. And then he agreed to come to make a live appearance. And he was expensive. I don't need to say the number, but he was very expensive. But it's Mick Foley. But he was a good wrestler. You know, he'll do some kind of legal angle, but anyway, and it was in the New York area. He enjoyed it so much. That the next loop for us, this is a loop, Chicago, Detroit, or Dayton and somewhere. I wanted to use them. And Ricky steamboat was coming also. But I couldn't really afford them. And I called them up. And he said, look, I love what I saw there. I don't tell anybody carry, but I'll do it for X, but you can't tell anybody. I've had them for like, we had him and Ricky steamboat for like 6 and 6 or 7 shows. And I remember it was in Dayton and they're sitting in the locker room. They're just talking and I gape fully comes over to me and he's like hitting me. Look, look, it's freaking big boys. Of course, but yeah, I love bringing in the legends. Whether it was and he turned out to be a dear friend bushwhacker Luke, right? I respect history. You know? And I'm glad that AEW does. Right. No, it's important. You can't, I hate when W does it bring in somebody a legend and then end up shitting on them or making them look bad. It's like, that's not what people don't want to see that, you know? And they have to talk about revisionist history. Yeah. You know, so I'm glad to see you guys, you know, carrying carrying on with that. It's very important. M1's title of finance super app is firmly unchallenged..
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"Right, there are a lot of things that nobody likes to do. Like calling somebody back when they text you, we need to talk or cardio every day or running the ropes when you're first getting started in wrestling. And I'm sure everyone can add scooping cat litter to that list as well. I know we all love our cute little feline family members, but the smell, the scooping, the scraping of stuck on mess. Nobody loves that. Problem solved. Thanks to arm and hammer slide litter, the litter that slides right out, leaving nothing behind. You still may not love cleaning the little box, but now you can just slide out the funk. Arm and hammer slide litter, more power to you. Two questions. How many shows were you running a week? And were you having guys under contract or were you just paying them for a show at this point? Yes, we had, I had a put guys around the contract. And I was very liberal. To your first question, we were like 50 dates a year. 50. Okay, wow. 50 dates. A weekend, you know, Chicago Detroit. Three weeks later, New York Philly. Three weeks later, I don't know, Boston, in Toronto. And I had to have guys under contract. So denials, the brians, the top name guys, the Seth Rollins, were under contracts and the rules of the contracts, but you could do anything you want. Except go to WWE, go to TNA, and you can't do any kind of these. The few independent pay per views that existed at the time. Gotcha. But along the way, a guy liked oh, I don't know. Let's just say Nigel in 2006. Amen, I got an offer to go to a tryout WWE. They just want to look at me. And I was like, go. Go ahead. You know? And I wasn't like, you know, if these guys got an opportunity, it's not like they just jump and run. But if they got an opportunity, I would allow them to explore it. Yet at the same time, I didn't want to lose them, but I'm a bad, maybe I'm too nice of business, man. I remember because what Ring of Honor was, like, you said the newer version, the modern day version of ECW. And when I was an ECW, once again, short time, I think 22 matches I had there. And when I got the opportunity to go work for WCW, I told Paul Heyman, I don't want to go, and then he goes, well, it's very simple. If you don't want to go, don't go. And I'm like, well, of course I want to go, but I don't want to go. I knew it was going to be a stop for me. In order to go to the next stop. And I'm sure you've probably found that from a lot of guys coming through Ring of Honor as well. Well, correct me if I'm wrong, but ECW didn't give you a full-time contract. No, no. I don't think they even had anybody under contract back then. But yeah, I mean, I did the best I could. We had a really good locker room. You know, it's funny the Young Bucks who are like my I called him my West Coast sons. Or sometimes I put on your show. I put on AEW or I would put on raw a few years ago or NXT. And I there's Kevin Steen. There's genera go. There's this one. There's that one. And it's like, it's like I put a picture or if I go visit them and show and my caption was over, was always all my children. My best children and my favorite guys were the bucks. And Adam pierce brought the bucks in, I remember Jim tell me, I go, where do they live? He goes, California. Because they're only 75 bucks a night. I go, but it's California. He goes, I got him on spirit airlines. It's only 8 stops. The books came in. I got to know them really well. I'm so happy for their success. I'm happy for everyone's success. You know, it's just been such a crazy, crazy ride. But you know, during my time at ROH, when it was clicking, it was clicking so well. And like, do you mind if I throw out a couple names please? Please. To this day, we still and it was up to this is this goes to the very last show. We have no disrespect to Justin Roberts. The best ring announcer in wrestling. My opinion, Bobby Cruz. The best. And we had the best referee in wrestling, Todd Sinclair. They weren't with us since day one, Bobby came in. I don't know if you didn't even know about this. Steve corino used to do these entrances with the ring announcer where you can answer and try it up your alley, a list. I think that's where Jimmy Jacobs got that idea. Steve carino. Yeah. Right. Right. And so yeah, but Bobby and Todd, I felt so bad for them this weekend. I mean, there was such a mixed bag of emotions, but yeah, you know, you know the feeling. It was that, you know, rig of honors always had, yes, there was always a bad apple here and there, but it had that down home family feeling come on. Let's go out and get it. You know, let's win one for the gipper kind of thing. You mentioned TNA a couple times. Were they more, 'cause I think you guys had a talent relationship agreement not a fan huh? I was gonna say well they didn't deal with us. I'll talk about it. Yeah. They didn't deal with us very nicely. Because you were supposed to have a talent exchange. Is that what you're talking about? Just in general. It was totally one sided. And I met and spoken a lot to Jeff Jarrett later on. Who knows when he was actually there and he wasn't. But you know, and I'm not mad at Scottie d'amour or this one or that one. But we didn't get treated very nice by them. Leave it at that. Gotcha. So before we move into the Sinclair, I want to ask you mentioned Eddie Guerrero and I forgot that Eddie came to Ring of Honor. And that was part of his reestablishing himself in the business after he got fired from WWE to show that he could be trusted. So tell us about how he came in and what it was like to have Eddie around. He was Eddie was on the very first show. I was there. I was there as a fan, Chris. And I hope I don't mess this up. I think it was Eddie Guerrero against super crazy..
"roh " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"In September, I mean, I had noticed both Brian and Nigel. Brian Danielson and Nigel McGinnis were leaving. And I'm like, what the hell are we going to do? And I pulled coronet who just got fired from impact or quick, one of the two. TNA. And I had Jim come to New York. As a surprise, I also had a homicide who the New York was, I didn't mention yet. I'm delinquent mentioning homicide. I had him come back for that show as a surprise. And it was sort of like a magic trick. As bad as it was, lose, right? As bad as it was to lose Brian and Nigel, when they saw harnett and the way he was presented to a homicide in the way he was presented. It was like, it put a band aid on it. And we went from there. Well, that's the thing and obviously Jimmy would know that Paul Heyman would know that. Is it kind of frustrating or is it just the way it is when you build the guys up? Do you kind of know at a certain point they're going to leave and go to WWE? Absolutely. And by the way, this has never spoken about. And I don't ever think I've mentioned it, even on my podcast. I think we were the only company that it might have been a 12 or 16 or 18 month period of time that provided insurance. Wow. It wasn't all of them. But the big names, we had an insurance policy in the office, but yes, he just, you got used to this. It was incredible attrition. I mean, the attrition rate was just ridiculous. Right. At WWE, even more than TNA was watching us and watching these guys and cherry picking along the way. You know, there's Tyler black. Seth Rollins really, you know, kicking ass. Well, they're calling him. And you know, it went on. It went on and on and on. Well, then here comes Adam Cole. And here comes Kyle O'Reilly and here comes this one in that one. And the Jay Lee. How can I forget him? Jay lethal got released. He came back. Cabana got released. He came back. So there was this revolving test. It's like an all star band. Right. Anybody can come up and jam whenever they're in town. Absolutely. All.
"roh " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"So going back to kind of free Sinclair because I want to talk about both eras. When you mentioned that DVD sales were one of the cornerstones of your financial situation was slowly getting smaller as the advent of YouTube started or was YouTube even a thing back in 2008, 9 where people still buying the DVDs rather than just being able to see them online, I guess is what my question is. They were buying the DVDs, but I got smartened up although I ignored the advice in 2005 and I'll tell you 6. I'll tell you a quick story. Ken gelman, the guy that put together the pay per views, brought us to these bigwigs in New York City. Skies had connections with Disney, this, that anyway, we go there. And the guy he brings us to says you guys are doing this backwards. You need TV before you do pay per views, even if they are pre recorded. We're like, well, we don't have TV. Anyway, within the course of that conversation, Chris, one of the guys there who was probably in his 30s is explaining to me, you know, Carrie in a few years, people are going to be looking on their phones watching movies, watching concerts. This is, again, this is 2005, 6. Well, when I left that meeting, I'm like, this guy's nuts. Right. What I know. So, but yeah, to your point, as the time went on, the DVD sales were shrinking and you know it was nice. I'm sure you have DVDs in your house. Sure, of course. Right. As a showpiece. But eventually they were extinct. So who is booking at this time frame over the 8 9 years that you owned the company? Do you know Gabe sapolsky? Yes. Gabe sapolsky was the original Ring of Honor Booker. Right. And you know that the life expectancy of bookers isn't very strong. But he lasted until 2008. You know, gave the game that a phenomenal job. But it's like he's the son of Paul Heyman. We inherited some of the negative angry traits of falling. Right. You know, like just you know like show piece kind of stuff. Just to get angry to get angry. Right. And I wasn't crazy about that behavior. His booking was fantastic. We had so many guys going through. But I had to make a change and that led to Adam Pearce. Okay. Who's now a big shot with a big mop or as my shoes? I would say. But yeah, it gave did a great job. You know, we got lucky along the way, Chris, because no one approached us. Pro wrestling. Japan. In 2005, and it was like, why do they want to talk to us? Well, they wanted a presence in the United States. We garnered a relationship with them. This is with Mary Fuji and kenta. And Maurice shima and it was expensive, but it worked. And it really elevated our stock. We got to go to the UK in 2005 and 6. And then eventually, with the help of Noah, and we were working a little bit with dragon gate, but that's another story. We got to go to Tokyo twice. 2007, 2008. This as a Ring of Honor tour a Ring of Honor with Noah? Yeah. Right. And it was that combination show. If it was short of the golden era, this is like when Tyler black, you know, Seth Rollins was elevating. Nigel and Brian were the cornerstones of the company. The briscoes were so well established and just kicking ass. And Austin Aries. I mean, Samoa Joe was gone, but overall, you know, our crew has always been good. And it was like they put they put the Thanksgiving for it and so many times. For example, we had these CM Punk Samoa Joe trilogy. Maybe you're aware of it maybe you're not. For that sort of after that rough patch we went through. And really got a lot of attention. And well, there goes Samoa Joe leaving for TNA. Oh well. And shortly after that, who the hell left after that? Oh, pump. We had pump. Punk was fabulous. Well, Trump gets a developmental deal in WWE. In 2006, bye bye, punk, but what I learned and what I saw happened right in front of my eyes and you've seen it a thousand times. It elevated other guys. It opened up space for other guys. So this way, the Jamie nobles. And the Austin Aries. And the Seth Rollins and the Kevin Steen slash owns and the el generic ghost Sami Zayn's and the Davey Richards and the Eddie Edwards and we can go on and on. It opened up spots plus we had, you know, I can't do my refugee. Not in every show, but on a lot of them. So every time this would happen, people are like, they're done. But the biggest one of all was in 2009. Because simultaneously.
"roh " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And we never were able to get it until Andrew Simon from HD net now access. Yeah, I know, Andrew. Okay. He approached us. And I was, you know, I was like, wow, finally. This is around 2008. So Andrew approaches us and he's funding for the chief to do the TV tapings, which was a big help, of course. But this was the problem. And no disrespect to Andrew. Little did I know that HD net only had like three or 4% of cable penetration. They were available on the DISH Network channel 822. So I thought the first time it aired, man, the DVD sales and the merch sales, the online sales are just going to take off and I was wrong. But still, I tipped my hat to those guys. I appreciate what they did for us. The deal lasted like two years, Jim carnet came in, helped reduce the TV, and he'd been in a number of Ring of Honor dates prior. And by having Jim there, Jim new Gary just and Gary jester who I guess we should tell the fans of the long time NWA WCW book the building. Yeah, booking agent, right, yeah. You know, Gary. Yeah, of course, from WCW. Yeah, from around absolutely. So Gary knew Joe cough who worked for Sinclair. Joe coughs was a long time wrestling fan. And back, back in the 80s, did you ever hear of or did you ever see the battle of the belch? It was like an 84 85. It was not in Florida. Sort of like a pre recorded pay per view, or maybe it was on some of the affiliates. Anyway, Joe cough like wrestling. And he went to the Sinclair brass. It took almost 15 months to get the deal done. And it wasn't like they were paying me a lot of money. But it was, you know, it was the corporate world, which I know you have familiarity with. They stick flight flashlights every which way and you know where they stick them in your mouth and you know what? And it seemed like it was never going to happen because I wanted to get out. You know, I wanted to get out, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it and not to be redundant. Thank God for the ticket business in that era in the early 2000s into the mid 2000s, was very good. This was before tickets where every ticket was for a major show is a minimum price of $300. It's ridiculous. But it funded ROH, but I wanted to get out. And it worked out perfectly because I was able to get out, but yet they still wanted me around. Because I was the so called face of ROH people figurehead, yeah..
"roh " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I'll tell you all about it again on Friday, but book your cabin now. Once again, we set sail in March 14th less than three months away, and it is the only cruise we're doing in 2022. All right, let's get to Carrie silicon and the story of Ring of Honor right here right now on talk is Jericho. All right, so end of an era happened just a few days ago a few weeks ago depending on where we're listening to this. Ring of Honor, final battle and I got Carrie silken is with us who was the owner of Ring of Honor for many years and has been synonymous with this company that really changed pro wrestling in a lot of ways. First of all, Kerry, how was final battle for you and were you still tied in with Ring of Honor in any other way other than just emotionally and legacy wise? First of all, thanks for having me on. I'm the current, I don't know anymore, but I was the current Ring of Honor ambassador. Okay. 11 years since I sold the since I sold the company. But yeah, I mean, Chris, 20 years, this February will be legitimately 20 years. I came in as a silent investor. You know, I knew Gabe sapolsky. Right. And there were a couple other guys involved. And I wanted to get in on the ground floor. Why? Because being a lifelong wrestling fan. And then becoming an ECW fan for when for me, 90s wrestling was in the shitter. Early 95. And I was a front row CW guy. And besides, you know, the bloodbaths, I loved seeing you. Dean malenko. Eddie Guerrero. You know, that was like, that was so cool. But when ECW folded, there was this void, and the original people that started Ring of Honor, I knew them, and I approached them, because I figured they'd be starting a company. And they were. But they didn't need my help. Well, about 6 months later, they came to me. You know what? They needed money. So I was fine with that. I got involved behind the scenes, and it's weird. And this has never spoken about. And as a rock and roll, or you'll appreciate this. As good as the early Ring of Honor wrestling was in a low keys in the Samoa Joe's and the spankings and so on and so forth. And bringing in Eddie Guerrero, bringing in super crazy. As good as it was, there was zero production. And I went to gate. Now, Gabe's favorite band is rush. And he's a rock and roll guy. And so I said, we need some lighting. I mean, he goes, you know, Karen, I don't want to waste the money on that. I go, Gabe, you go to shows, you go to rush. You go to this. He liked yes. He liked heavy metal. I said, what happens when any show starts? What happens when a movie starts? He goes, well, the lights go out. I go, what happens when the lights go out? Yeah, and people pop. So we brought in, I don't want to say rudimentary but sort of rudimentary lighting. And soon as we did that, what a difference it made to the whole environment. And some incidents happened in 2004 of a scandalous nature and people don't know what we're talking about to Google it. But it's funny, Chris, if that didn't happen, I probably would have backed out because the company was just bleeding money. But after that happened, and I had full control. I felt better. And then I just continued to bleed money, but at least at least you felt better about it. Well, well, what way was it bleeding money? As we know, it's hard to start a wrestling company. It's hard to run a wrestling company, but what were you coming up against budget wise that was causing you to bleed that money? The only real income we had besides the poultry Gates and was merchandise. And at the time, it was still the VHS era. In 2003 and four, the DVD arrow was coming in. So everything had to be converted. And when we started to get a little buzz and the shows were, you know, getting a buzz. People wanted to see them. And that was what would take in the money. Even though it was four, 6, 8 weeks late after the show, they wanted to buy the DVD to see what they had read about. And that was, but it did not cover anywhere close to the bills. Thank God I was single. Thank God I wound up being somewhat successful in the ticket brokering business because my ticket agency funded our Ring of Honor. And it was it was out of the passion for the wrestling. My ego, and I knew I had a good thing. I knew we had I knew we had a good product. But it was just impossible to make money. So who are the top stars kind of in those early years when you first started getting involved? Well, the original batch was low key, Ryan Danielson was on the first Ring of Honor show. Wow. One of the Briscoe's because the other Briscoe is only 17. He couldn't wrestle in Pennsylvania. Spanky, Brian Kendricks, Paul London. These were this was the original batch, which and then by the time I was more involved and eventually the full owner, this is when punk came in. This is when cult command came in. This is when Nigel McGuinness came in. And Samoa Joe and the list goes on and on. So it really is kind of interesting because you mentioned ECW, which it basically closed in about 98 or so. Obviously, there's no AEW at the time. And there's really no WCW at the time. I think on our business too. So there's really only WWE's the only place in town. So Ring of Honor really could bring something different to the table. The same way that AEW did almost 20 years later to differentiate this company from the WWE company. Wrestling is awesome. The guys are awesome. So how are you able to sustain the company when you just said earlier, it's impossible to make money? And what was kind of the first breakthrough where you did start making a little money? Well, believe it or not, it never, ever, ever made money. There was a fusion WrestleMania weekends where we had good Gates in Chicago, but if you looked at it at an annual level, it always lost money. But I was trying. And the first thing we did beyond the DVDs and it was we were doing it as backwards because we had no TV. We met a guy named Ken yeoman. And he was involved in at the time these recorded pay per views that were gone in demand. Right. Remember those? Yeah. Yeah, DISH Network. So we did we would record the so called pay per view, which wouldn't air till 6 weeks later. But did this, the first couple of them we did like, I know these are small numbers, but for us it was huge. We did like close to the 15,000 buys. It was over the course of days and weeks. But it was impressive. And but we needed TV..
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"All right, welcome to talk is Jericho. It is the part of thunder and rock and roll, and today we've got Carrie silk in the current Ring of Honor ambassador and former head of Ring of Honor. The owner of Ring of Honor, before he sold the company to Sinclair broadcasting in 2011, the company made news recently when they announced they'd be running one last show on December 10th, which was final battle. And then they were closing their doors indefinitely as Sinclair figured out how to find a path forward for Ring of Honor. The whole roster was let out of their contracts and as you know, former Ring of Honor champion Jay lethal since debuted at AEW, but today we'll hear the story of Ring of Honor from the guy who was there from almost day one, first as a fan, then as a silent investor, then his head of Ring of Honor and finally is brand ambassador when Sinclair came on board. Kerry's talking with the early days of Ring of Honor, some of the talent that put them on the map would let them selling to Sinclair, how Ring of Honor navigated the pandemic and the circumstances that led to Ring of Honor shutting down this month. Kerry also shares his thoughts on what the future may hold for the company and whether or not he might be involved. We'll talk to Carrie silken coming up before we do reminders. You've got some Christmas cash to burn. I've got some great ideas how you can spend it. Book yourself a cabin on Chris Jericho's rock and wrestling rager at see the four leaf clover. Leaving march 14th to 18th from Miami to NASA, go to Chris Jericho Cruz dot com for all cruise info. It is going to be the vacation of a lifetime. Or you can buy yourself or your loved ones a ticket to see fozzy. Save the world tour is headed out again March 31st. This time we're headed west and east, but we'll be in California starting May 5th in Los.
Mike Gallagher: The Sanctity of Life Matters When Debating Abortion
"You know, it's funny. I've debated abortion for years. I've been at this since 1978. I remember in 1978, arguing abortion on the radio. Think about that. Think about that. 1978 was at 40, 44 years, and most of my career spent in front of a microphone. And now we're arguing and I want to be careful here because we've heard these arguments forever. But to me, there are some fundamentals that matter. The sanctity of life that matters when I go to the ballot box and I pull the lever, I want to know if I'm voting for somebody who agrees with me on the sanctity of life or believes that an 8 or 9 month baby in the womb should be ripped out of the mother's womb. And here's what the federalist Eleanor barto writes about the raw ruling, highlighting the greatest logical flaw in support for abortion for abortion to be illegal at some point before birth. You got to pick that point in time. She says, but when? With roe? The Supreme Court first took a trimester approach to when abortion should be permitted. As the ro opinion was drafted, the justices disagreed on the stage at which abortion should be regulated. In the final form, row forbade all abortion regulation in the first trimester, allowing regulation only of serving the mother's health in the second and banned prohibition in the third trimester when a mother's health was a consideration. The justice who wrote the majority opinion in roh Harry blackman, even wrote in a memo to his colleagues that rose use of trimesters was
"roh " Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"For company j. p. morgan zoo management financial planning wealth management. Stuff like that. I did grad. School in cal- berkeley. I got my cfp. So i thought finance was route for me but what ended up happening. Is this in two thousand ten. I i had the idea that i wanted to be real estate right. So i went and i got my broker's license and at the time they would let you go immediately for the broker's license if you're out a college degree in metal the requirements so instead of just getting traditional salesperson's license i just went straight for the gusto win for the broker's license just in case a one point another. I wanted to start my own firm. Whatever gets you know was always like long term trump thinking so i got the license in. It just sat actually. Is that to the point. Where almost expired. 'cause i was the jp. Morgan was comfortable with paychecks. And stuff like that. I was getting what learning around but the job in general literally had for me for my personality style. In kind of what i take fulfillment than it just was not hitting the arc everyday. I was going into work unhappy. And i realized that you know what life is long but the same time it's short right so we're doing something and putting time and effort into something and asked to be something that the output is going to be really really rewarding something that you're gonna like doing every single day something challenging but also something that when you get home you love to tell your wife and your kids about or your friends about and Finance wasn't about for me so in two thousand twelve in april. I left a very comfortable jobs and paychecks all the benefits and everything working for very high end company and legal face. The one hundred percent commission position working in real estate in night. I began working at boutique firm in cisco everything is time based. Okay starting the business. Obviously you're gonna be doing anything right any deal. Any price point any location for the most part some people they they stick with the niche like right in the beginning right when they begin. That's not a way that you're going to help. Get your business off the ground right so up until this day. We don't have a price point to do stuff you know from five hundred thousand dollars to.
"roh " Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty
"The rivalry actually did not just take place in ouro. H throw in was also simultaneously going to emerge w while the auto edge field was one of the most deeply personal headed based in blood touchy in the company's history that ama- w one was heavily. Bullshit this review exams but components of their feud as to happened chronologically. Everything was completely awesome. We job this review to invite these doing invite you if they did this review. Invite you to check if you have to the fight against the face facing. I know the legendary feud seeing punk raven. The storyline was absolutely awesome seeing punk copper. More the two thousand three anywhere city show respect he saved. Raven dissolves nor respect because he does johnson. He's not an antiquated. Yeah so you can just believe that seem. Punks finger had a tattoo mode singles. Ten finger set of dental. That drug free ice is so very krista clearly free men. It's absolutely good. Would i think mud revenue was ed. He takes so much. I can say that and festival raven was completely and drug addict. Nobody can the safe that everything was completely dinner. Some debut styles is open danielson. And what getting say about that. I can just say well. The main thing is they a Issue tenable defense. That don't take Absolutely disrespected and not gonna promoting the ducks in my podcast. I know that if someone takes a dose. I'm not gonna promoting when i can just say do he's. He's the best man raven from the hardcore industry from a ec. W from the wcw leaving. I'm talking about leftover the many matches you can see. That was the scene cutting a promo about how punk reminds he murphy himself when he was breaking into the business. He didn't claims that he's in better shape than he's been obedient before. Okay i agree to that. And ringo on on march fifteen two thousand three see punk horses when he is sold that this was even through match while this was certainly an hour long brown especially from the i mention a field. It was still extremely affecting fuss jumping. Want to be one of the most celebrated filled sin putting off on a history the broad with intensity and physicality walked on fought like he wanted to prove something to himself punk walked and for the cheap on his shoulder he duels the perfect blend of real life and what he wishes informing they afford and story punk midge. Evan tapped out after cylinder effort case raven to miss an opportunity because we do see swaps match and he had a garden attacked him In ring of wonder much twenty two two thousand three. We got more premature palmos from this tool a good other than that child rape and homophobic wife..
"roh " Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Highest. It's not fun going through a divorce. It's not fun. No you kids not talking to you as a fun having no money like no none of these things are fun. Fun having to start again when you're fifty or sixty so i try and have small lessons as opposed to failures and the lessons might go into a meeting with someone and just be a little bit so that there was a who's a startup where i was super aggressive but i was very aggressive on because i really wanted to help them with their marketing and i felt that their marketing i felt they would just being a bit. We'll see with their marketing. And i wanted to push him on. But i moved too far into a mentor. Roh which was an unwanted world and we lost a startup that we could have had an easy investment into right. So do i see that as a failure. No she's learn. I mean you can't do everything perfectly during the day and some learns of bigger than other learns but you gotta take them all and you got daft them. Great people in this world are off the people who have failed a lot and they've not the people who failed the little great people in this world who learn from every single little thing that happens and then apply what they've learned into their execution. The next time i love that comes back in some ways to the mindset dozen to have that mindset of Will first of all. I will probably screw some things up. Secondly that's okay. As long as i learned from yeah and and also exactly look on one side of it. I truly believe that we are the greatest accelerator on the planet. And i'm not just saying i believe it. I really believe it because we built our hope programs. Aranda everything we built. We don't believe anything else happens. Does that mean that with the best accelerator plant. Yeah in my mind does but in other people's mind doesn't so that means is that every single day i need to go into their minds ninety to find like what is it that we're not providing that can become better that we can provide the next time rent by so you have to go part of mindset. Is your outlook on how you face every single day..
Joe Biden’s son Hunter says he is under federal investigation for ‘tax affairs’
"Elect Roh Biden son is under investigation by the top federal prosecutor in Delaware for his taxes. Hunter Biden said he's confident the inquiry will prove that he has handled his affairs legally and appropriately. The news comes as the Electoral college is expected to formally named Joe Biden as the next president on Monday.
Behind the Scenes of Tailwind CSS 2.0
"What's up with tail you guys I've been crazy busy lately and I guess like we've released the tailwind playground since the last one I think we. Got To see it early which, yeah perked perks of the CO host position. Yeah. So we put that out, that was like our big kind of release for the last kind of cycle of work and dot got a crazy ton of attention which is cool and People are making stuff with it like I'll one on a pull up the old database here and we can see. How many things are in there? There are. Two thousand, nine, hundred, and sixty nine playgrounds, which doesn't sound like a lot but we don't allow duplicates to be stored in the database. So if someone tries to save like something someone else's already made or they try to save the demo, it'll um it'll not store like a new crash. So sure those are all unique which is kind of cool and actually a lot when you think about it Yeah. And people seem to be liking a lot. We haven't done a good job of like linking to from the dockside or anything you. Get on eventually. Yeah. But Yeah. It's pretty sweet it's really slick I. Love. The intelligence integration is huge. I. Think that sets it apart from every other used browser. Yeah the live updating as you like hit up and down through the auto complete you don't even have to like hit enter to see like the change in color or padding whatever lets you just like like designing in the browser with your Arrow keys basically. Yeah. It's Fan. I like the experience you get that crow to the class panel but like best because it's in the right order and And it's only 'til you know. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty good. Pretty good. So Great Job Team Now we this last week we started working on like our next work psycho, which is basically. Released when to that's like the big thing so I haven't working on all things related to that. Of course, I underestimated how work it would be just to like. You know when you're hitting a breaking release, there's so much like My sure. That's every tiny little thing that I want to change because this is like my only chance to make a couple of little change is. What it's like. You're making A, we're not making many changes really No class names are changing at all I. Don't think except for the we changed like call gap to gap acts in roh-gap to gap Y, but we already changed like before two point. Oh. But we just have brushed shipping both versions for awhile but not documenting the old ones so I don't think that's Going to be like a racing change for most people, and it's like super define replace to change that one. We're not changing any other class names So the only other breaking changes are super minor. It's like in your configure file. You know how you could set like a default border color by saying like default and then the color that sort of thing it. Anyplace in the configured where we were using defaults to be like a special word that meant something like it meant like don't add a suffix to the class name. We've replaced that with default in all caps so that it stands out and. Johnston. And we did it because there's some utilities where you actually want use the word default. So like we already have class called cursor default, for example, that sets like the cursor to D- phones, defaults of real value for that. So was kind of weird that default meant different things depending on like the yeah. So this felt like worth it because it's just like a go through and opera case a couple of things and most people probably won't have to do anything because. It's surprisingly. Like it's surprising how few people actually customize like the FIG A lot. You know it's just me. Yeah. Most of the changes just like being changed automatically in the default can fig. So if you haven't over ridden them, you won't even change it anyways Let me see what other stuff we we do in here open the very, very logical breaking change for like two data. Yeah. It just makes it a little bit better. And more predictable. I we dropped I e eleven support. Actually that's like the biggest breaking. Jane? I applaud that yes, it's not even a breaking change in the way that. It's a breaking change, but it's like. Not. Like Oh, now I have to do a bunch of work to upgrade to tell him to buy. No it's like you either can upgrade and it takes no work or you can't upgrade right right or you can pitch in and build the I guess it wouldn't be Apollo but like a preset, right? Yeah. Yeah. So I've toyed with this idea that you can totally like this precepts feature until. When now where you can say like instead of extending the tailwind defaults extend like my own defaults and because of how like plug into the tail and stuff is you can actually take like one of our utilities that doesn't work in I eleven like transform stuff is designed in an eleven incompatible way. You could literally just like disable those Plug Ins as part of your preset and include your own plug ins. Eleven scale I eleven rotate I eleven translate. That are less powerful but actually work in eleven sort of doing nothing, which is what are currently do right. And those could still read from like the same theme keys and stuff you know. So you wouldn't have to you basically just be like ripping out the core plug in swapping in a poly fil instead, and if someone just builds maintains it in, you know it's like transparent to the end user. So Gotcha, we might do that or I might just say someone else do that. If you care because I don't care about my own sites. In smaller too because like we used to ship. For every color utility, we have to convert the colors to RGB as we can have a variable portion for the Passi because we use CSS variables to let you get changed the opacity on color but because that doesn't work nine eleven, we ship the HEX code directly behind him as a fallback and. The colors like the biggest part of the whole build. So all of it, every single color had an extra declaration and even with perch CSS, it would keep it because purchase that's only deletes the whole class. It doesn't like delete parts of the class you know what I mean. Sure. Yeah. So now it'll be even smaller in that regard although it's bigger in other ways because we're adding things to it. I A couple of extra cutler, a couple of a couple of that. We're actually being less colors. So Oh, you've extract you're you're extracting them and making them opt in right So that's what we've done. The new defaults are. Gray. Red Yellow Green Blue Purple and pink,
Hall of Famer, 49ers great Fred Dean dies at 68
"News today. The big story of the day. Fred Dean has passed away. The Hall of Famer and former former 40 Niner great at the age of 68 was due to Cove. It 19 And for those who haven't heard, I want you to talk a bit more about him. But the NFL hall fame tweet this out that it was great his Hall of Fame speech and you're gonna hear Eddie D. And here is well, take a listen. I could consider being born by the truck. But having a renewal life with 49 being would afford it. I found it on the other side of that bridge on the other side. Wass rainbow, true ending of a rainbow. You know, Fred never said much. He was a quiet giant. But when the defense needed him to make a big play way, look to Fred and never let us down. Never no matter what the situation Wass. It's come time to put Fred Deans spectacular career. In historical perspective. First off, he was a pioneer. He was the forefather of the great high Bridge edge pass rushers. He led the way from players like Derek Thomas. Our own Charles Haley. Great Andre Tippett was being inducted today with Fred. And I'd like to say to the returning. A lot of vintage players were winded, please. I'm honored to be with such an elite group of guys is so important. The bottom line is I know I'm not going to cry. Ladies and gentlemen, it is my great honor, which I carry out with enormous personal pride present for induction. Intothe Pro Football Hall of Fame. Quiet, giant natural, great friend. I like to say to all those Here from from rusting. From Beauty college free. I just want I want all my brothers and sisters in price. I was well done. Ah, Eddie here call him the quiet giant and he has such a great Hall of Fame speech. I love and that kind of stuff happens is great. Wow. On how much else to say Eddie was At the induction. Just the words were perfect and, you know When you lose people now can you even have Ah Memorial of Hyun Roh? Howdy eulogized people of so many of our great you're dying and all the sports and Kredyt directly from covert 19, which is Makes it really sad but And he said it all. I mean, he just changed football and you look back on that trade. There was made and in our friend Dan Pfoutch. Maybe listening. He never got to a Super Bowl. He came close, and probably the closest was that year. What if she incline does not trade Fred Dean? To the 40 Niners. For the 40 hunters, you know, go to the NFC championship game in the catch and all that. And in front of the other side of it If the Chargers keep Fred Dean You know, Maybe that game is not at the Ice Bowl in Cincinnati. Maybe it's in San Diego. It's a home game. So Amy look at who won the Super Bowl. That year. That was a trade between two of the top four teams that went to the final 4 40. Niners won the conference championship won the Super Bowl because of Fred Dean. And the Chargers did not. So that's just one of those trait. I mean, you look at it. It's one of the biggest trades in the history of pro football and that it set the 40 Niners upto win again and again and again. And he was on the first two. So it's just a change history. There's no doubt about it. Yeah, a great tribute, Tio, Fred Dean and again, you can see that online. You can see Obviously the audio's really moving, But you could go online Social media today Twitter. And you can check it out onto the NFL Hall of Fame and really well done in a tribute to Ah, Fred Deans. There
Ukraine plane crash death toll rises to 26, with 1 survivor
"Cranium and a tree and caught carrying twenty cadets has crashed killing everyone on board such as came in the area of the Croft found two more bodies a day off to the crash the plane was carrying a crew of seven and twenty students from the tree aviation school when it crashed and burst into flames were coming in for landing on the knuckle apples about two hundred and fifty miles east of the capital Kiev Ukrainian president roh to Nathan Skeete declared a day of mourning for the crash victims since getting this to the crash area the following day cool close to the session of the condition of the country's military equipment and said he wanted an official report on the crash by the twenty fifth of October I'm Karen Thomas
"roh " Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"T took the TV opportunities into that. You're and I didn't know that I would. Perhaps never getting a cup car again right like I didn't have that moment. A lot of guys homestead nails. They say okay. This is it I'm dumb, cop racing and they have that closure. I never had that closure. So when the opportunity came up, and at first it was only one race, and it was like okay. I'm going to go out there and joy for this one racist have as much as I can, and then it went to four races in. Five six on down Melissa's how many races it became a when we went to Charlotte and I forget the order. It was for the Roh forget which number of races into this was when we went there and appeared the Casey was gonna be approved a comeback, and it appeared that Casey was gonna hop back in the car. Dover and Charlotte would be the last race that I needed to run for them. Them they had to test schedule the next day right afterwards with him to put on track and see how he felt in in race conditions essentially so that race I made it a point to have not only my family there, but my wife, my kids, my parents inlaws were there made it a point to have everybody come in. I just say hey. Guys I want everybody to come to this race because. Number one nobody could come to the last one I ran for petty. which is it over number two? I? Just didn't know well. We get through that race in you know. We ended up having a decent day I think we've finished fifteenth or wherever it was, it was a fun race. The the Robles so challenging and so difficult I was exhausted afterwards I. do remember that because it is probably one of the most physically demanding racetracks that we go to and out of the car. And I went hopped in the car and drove home with Megan in Raton Elisa and I'm like. Yeah, this is awesome. I've got closure, and if that's the last one I feel good it and no problem I'm I'm happy as a camper. So. We get done with that and I think it was the Tuesday might have been the Tuesday. After that race..
Are You Bored and Tired?
"Going to have a great discussion here at Chad. Chad's got a kind of a different background. We're used to Dante and I when we come in here. We talk about men's issues kind of from the idea of being being husband of father and while Chad's a husband and father he also has another unique perspective. But before we do that Chad. Why don't you introduce yourself to listeners? Kind of You know who you are. How long you been married? Kids background where you're at in the country and all that type of stuff. Yeah my name is Chad Zouk. I am the Creator and curator of a new kind of man and you can find us on Instagram at that handle or on facebook with the same and actually I am a pastor of a local church in Dublin Georgia. But some of the best things about my life is actually. I have been married for twenty six years to my high school sweetheart. We got married at Nineteen. Didn't have a clue found out that we really still don't have a clue but we're working on it and we have to fantastic kids a twenty three year old son and then a sixteen year old daughter and my son is out of the House and my daughter is a junior in high school. So that is what I'm doing and we have been in full time ministry for fourteen years while this worked on airplanes and pushed a toolbox around the hangar and prior to that I was in the navy awesome awesome. And so you guys. You guys are closing in on the empty nest thing to that in a couple years out once your daughter gets out of the house right. Yeah Yeah it's surreal. I mean we're actually doing a junior college day a week from sat at her day. So this is. It's happening really fast. And she cannot wait to get out of the house. At least that's what she says. Now Yeah that's what I thought too. The kids left and then one came back for a little bit and it was kind of like okay and everybody told me they warned me. Like hey don't just because they leave doesn't mean they won't come back so yeah we'll we'll see we got the the sun's gone now for for good. We got rid of him now. He's he's out and then our daughters in college so we'll see We'll see if this is really for the the empty nest piece so so Chad. Tell me a little bit too. So what prompted you to to start a new kind of man? I know you guys You got a podcast doing some You do blog posts as well right and then just just developing this ministry bit. How did how did the new kind of man come about you know I? I have to say that my work way before a new kind of man was generated. My work Really began win. God taught me how to be a father by him by him. Bothering me in that was against B twenty four years ago or so since twenty three so before he was born really started my journey and then Just kind of learned things along the way and I started working with men at a local level probably eighteen years ago eight and so doing that and kind of walking people in walking through groups and all of this Roh is rooted in what was the catalyst for all of it was my healing as God. Healed me of some wins in my upbringing and I wasn't raised in a Christian home and just a lot of this and marriage in just all sorts of fear in confusion people pleasing just across his past as God started. Heal those wounds. I just couldn't help but a see those wounds in other men who I wanted to be an instrument of God to help heal those so in that work with a new kind of man it actually went public a year and a half ago or so in the podcast is brand new on out for a couple of months. Now it's picking up steam and Was Gracious to have you on. That has actually been the the podcast that has been downloaded the most so that to you. So but yeah it. It's being great in now is because of social media and podcasting as mother things that I'm doing Just a private men's facebook group called new man crew. Now have the opportunity to helping more men and I'm thankful to be able to do so. I WANNA I WANNA help men to become stronger to bring Lord God and bring good in the world just so everybody understands like you say you've been doing this for a long time almost eighteen years now but just recently kind of did you know coming into the social media and doing the Internet thing. But you've been you've been down in the trenches working with men for for good Almost two decades now. That's correct right. Yeah Yeah Way before I was actually in full time ministry which is doing it just again as a man and his God would show me some things. I just can't help stick my nose into other men's lives. It would wanNA listen and walk along with them. In God's really been gracious than he's allowed me to see some amazing things happen in other men's lives and any still doing work in me. Yeah a man. I'm perfect so my sanctification has done. So Nah Yeah I wish yeah I think we are all a work in progress. Some of US more of a project than others. Dante Dante's a huge project. So since he's not here all through that Al but anyways seriousness aside here but Chad so one of the things I wanted to really talk to you about an and I kind of luted. This in the beginning was Dante. Ni- we kind of look at. We look a lot of this through the lens of being a husband or father being somebody's sitting in the pew or or Lay lay leaders or or ministry leaders and stuff like that. But Chad. You've been blessed you've kind of You're in a unique position as a shepherd of the flock to to see what's going on with men from different perspective. So you know if you could from from a pastor's perspective kind of explain what what are you seeing right now. What are you know? Positives order negatives. What are some struggles? Maybe men are having in your congregation. Could you could you talk a little bit about that? Yeah for sure. I think I'll give one of the positives that I see happening with. Men and women also within American Christianity. Anyway is I think some of the denomination walls coming down and then some of the elements of spiritual formation instead of just being seen as is relevant to or being seen as to eastern or to. You know whatever new agey. I think that there there are people who are understanding the benefits of some of the neglected spiritual disciplines which is allowing people to really understand the value of their time in of their soul. In a couple of things. I would speak about it. As far as that goes is the benefit of silence. We we are in the noisiest time period in history. Yep So many things I mean you go to the gas station. There's no there's screen at the gas station. You know with an advertisement trying to sell you something for showing me something or giving the news about something. Of course we have television and we have our phones and we have all the social media things. Not many of those things can be great but they're vying for attention in. All of those things are kind of pulling us away from our purpose at times so. I think that one of the things that I see is is now other again. Those denominational lines going away to where it's not just the logical dogma in saying no. I can't do what you do because of this. I think there were actually starting to see some of the benefits of cross denominational in incorporating some of those bits of speech formation. That are are helping us to learn the value of slowing down so that we can be present in the areas that we need to be president in the
Miami Marlins 2020 MLB Ranking
"So I look through the entire National League will start with the bottom. It's going to be the Miami Marlins this year. Marlins a couple of interesting pieces in the lineup to wear their lineup went from That's just horrific to. Oh you know it could kind of hit. I guess I mean you've got Jonathan Vr. They added that amazes aggie Lars well and those two guys both should be over eight hundred s this year. Vr might get over. But there's just no big Bat Corey dickerson's GonNa back clean up clean up in this lineup we've got Corey dickerson. Banning CLEAN UP. It's just not a good look for the Miami Marlins so the lineup is at best. It's a below average lineup and major league baseball but it might sneak into the top twenty in terms of runs scored. Maybe if some of these guys pan out well if they hit more home runs than expected so maybe some of these guys and up in the top twenty and combine that with their puke or the rotation. They're number one as projected. This year is is a man named Caleb Smith who I'll be frank. I had not heard of Caleb Smith much before doing a lot of research on the MARLINS and the reason for that is. He's turning twenty eight. This will only be as fourth season in the big leagues and he has not had any. Ra below four a single year of his career his debut season in eighteen innings pitched seven seventy IRA sixteen games pitched his second year. Four one nine and last year in his first full season of four or five two and I just don't see a twenty eight year old starter. That's been unable to get under a forty hour that took forever to get a major league baseball getting much better than he is now. And that's pretty much the only hope for the Marlins in terms of any sort of competent rotation and then you go to the bullpen. And it's even worse for the Miami Marlins. One guy is projected under a four Yara and it's Brandon Kessler. Who spoke to be there closer. And it's three eight one projection by Roh world. It's not exactly impressive Kessler Guy. That's turning thirty five. Just coming off his best relief season. And let me ask you this. How many guys have had their best relieving season as a relief pitcher between the ages of thirty and thirty five? How many guys have the next year been just as dominant as a relief pitcher? It doesn't happen often. I The reds had a bunch of relievers that would have a great season at age thirty three and then you expect that type of production to replace itself going into the next year it never does. They usually find it one of the tank. Everybody gets a scouting report on them. They're fastball loses. Some speed they suffer some sort of injury throughout the year. So the fact that that's their best reliever a thirty five year old coming off. His best season is another horrific sign for the Miami. Marlins combine all those facts and that is why the Miami marlins according to pagoda are expected to be seventy one in ninety road. World has them at sixty nine hundred ninety three. They're coming off a fifty seven win season in two thousand
"roh " Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST
"Like I said sometimes it's not maybe he does want him there and I'm not saying you specific place. No he situation domino enter Andro but certain times like has she said before some men I south poker is not necessarily the not all men. Not necessarily it's so in his mind. I don't WanNa lock you in. So let's Ooh I like what he going not to cut you off but I wanNA ask about this. Because he kind of brought it up in recent weeks leaks were Dr Lamont Johnson Breakfast Club and he was talking about the black man the white woman having is Kinda since we have two black women in the room when it gets hot take on on black men with white women or women of other races. How do you feel about that in general as black women? Do you have a problem with that. Now I don't. I have a problem with anybody dating whoever they want to date. I think that there is it. I would be lying if I said that. Sometimes it's not jarring right like like the visual we'll have it is. Sometimes I might feel it in a moment but I would never be a person that makes a position on all damn heathen God on and he got him away. I don't care that much I think because because one I know people who it's not a symbol of success is just love them. They love each other. They happened to me just like I could have happened to meet them so I don't always think that it's a it's an intent behind. Let me go get this particular the race of of women and embiid with her because now I got it so no I think that sometimes jarring when I know for a fact that that's the thank you have a friend who had certain preferences that were questionable beyond just like okay like tall bowlegged guys. Those are like Roh preferences references. So those are preferences hall Bolliger Might Not Be Your Dude. He may not be and as far as I'm dealing with short now. Do you know what I'm saying. I'm open to it all but my preference would be that but I have a friend who's preference was things that were like. But how does that Eh. It became questionable.
Burkina Faso mourns dozens of victims after double attack
"President roh Cristian Kubota of Burkina falso has declared two days of national mourning after dozens of people were killed in two Islamist insurgent attacks on Tuesday the government said the militants first attacked a military outpost in northern South some programs before turning their guns on civilians the west African nation has descended into Sirius on rest through a home grown insurgency and jihadists spillover from neighboring
U.S. judge blocks Texas fetal tissue burial laws
"A huge victory for pro choice groups in Texas. A federal judge has shut down the state's fetal burial Bill. It would a forced abortion clinics and hospitals. To pay for burials. Currently they treat remains like medical waste Blake roh-kap. With neighbor. Pro pro-choice, Texas says the added cost was a backdoor ban on abortions court found up the law was so overly broad, and there was no plan or framework in place for anyone to comply, but during the lawsuit pro-life groups argued that the law was needed because it brought dignity to an undignified
Shark Week features celebs Shaq, Ronda Rousey conquering their fears
"Hey, I'm his Brown. And here are two stories you need to know about today. During his campaign President, Donald Trump repeatedly promised to nominate supreme court justices who would overturn Roe v Wade. Now that he's nominated judge Brett Kavanagh for retiring Justice, Anthony Kennedy seat, abortion rights, advocates, worried that the conservative dream will come true. Row for those of you who might need a refresher is the nineteen Seventy-three court decision that legalized abortion nationwide. But what needs to happen in order for row to be overturned is more complex than it might seem. First of all, Senate needs to actually confirm cavenaugh. This seems very likely but Republican senators, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins might be hold outs, but they both voted to confirm drums last, pick Justice, Neal, Gorsuch. Then it's a waiting game for the first lawsuit over abortion rights to reach the supreme court. If cavenaugh is confirmed, there are number of cases making their way through the lower courts right now that could end up before the supreme court. Then this prim court has to agree to hear them which doesn't always do even then rose fate may not rely on Cavanaugh alone, but if it is overturned, it would not make abortion illegal. It would just end that decision down to the state level current laws in states with liberal pro abortion rights. Legislators probably wouldn't be affected, but they might see an increase in people traveling for abortions from out of state. Abortion rights advocates are also concerned that the lack of supreme court protection for abortion. Laws could also increase restrictions, including bans on insurance that covers abortion the morning after pill or long acting contraceptive methods, whatever happens. It's extremely unlikely that the US will wake up one morning with its abortion laws entirely reversed, which is what happened. When RoH was decided, it's sharp wake yesterday, the Discovery Channel kicked off its thirtieth addition of the beloved series, and we can already tell it's going to be a good week, shark week spin the longest running cable, TV programming event of all time. So it's no surprise that Discovery Channel is going all out for its thirtieth last night's shark entertainment featured celebs like shack, conquering his fear of sharks and Ronda Rousey training with survival experts so she can swim at them. San's cage fun fact, she can front a shark punched in the nose Rhonda. This one's for you other programs, air. In this week include delightful. Crossovers, like shark week makes shark tank and naked and afraid of sharks. And then. On the latest stories, check out the bus speed news app and listen to our new podcast. The news I'm on this week's episode with my boss, Miriam elder talking about the absolute shit show that was last week's Trump Putin summit. Find it wherever you're hearing my voice.
Dan Mcgann, Brian and Donald Trump discussed on Politics and Public Policy Today
"Next we'll hear from dan mcgann's from planned parenthood good morning everyone thank you for being here as brian said we are here because donald trump must be taken at his word that he wants to overturn roe v wade criminalize abortion and punish women who have had abortions donald trump has clearly established his personal litmus test for potential nominees to fill justice kennedy seat on the supreme court and any nominee from the trump list without real evidence to the contrary must be believed to be someone who in president's own president trump's own words would automatically overturn roe v wade if donald trump and mike pence have their way millions will lose the right to safe legal abortion that has been the law of the land for forty five years during past senate hearings we've heard nominees answered these critical and fundamental questions by saying they will respect precedent but immediately after being sworn in those now justices turnaround and rule in ways that ignore precedent and would have a visceral our fundamental rights had those justices been in the majority clearly saying precedent alone can no longer be an acceptable answer or standard by which senators can accurately judge that's why today planned parenthood and our colleagues at this press conference are calling for a higher standard we are calling for a personal liberty standard that the senate less only confirm a justice who affirmatively declares that they believe the constitution protects individual liberty and the right of all people to make personal decisions about their bodies and their personal relationships including the right to use contraception the right to have an abortion and the freedom to marry who you choose the personal liberty standard require wires that a nominee affirm that the constitution's due process clause contain substantive protections for individual liberties that encompassed people's ability to make personal decisions about their bodies and their relationships including the right to safe legal abortion that is what the american people want to know we need nominees to meet this explicit personal liberty standard because trump has made his litmus test clear we need this higher standard not just to protect roh but for the whole line of cases that hold that the constitution protects an individual's liberty to make personal decisions this line of cases again affects our fundamental rights from access to birth control to abortion to freedoms for lgbtq people if a nominee doesn't meet this standard then they cannot be counted on to protect a woman's right to choose we know that meeting standard is possible actually as brian said justice ruth bader ginsburg made clear in her confirmation hearing that the due process clause of the constitution encompasses in her words a constitutional right to make basic decisions about once life's course starting today the planned parenthood action fund and many of our colleague organizations are launching all out.
India seeks death penalty for rape of girls under 12
"The american kendrick lamar become the first rapper to win the pulitzer prize for music he's been cooled the bob dylan of hip hop song writers has become the anthem of the black lives matter movement join me mark coals to find out how kendrick lamar has gone from one of the toughest neighborhoods in the united states right to the very top that's coming up in a profile of kendrick lamar here on the bbc world service right after the news bbc news with eileen mccue china via nited states and south korea have welcomed an announcement from north korea that is suspending its nuclear and missile tests and closing its nuclear site north korea's leader kim jong un said tests were being halted because the country had completed its goal of developing nuclear weapons the government of nicaragua says it's ready to begin talks with people who've been protesting against social security reforms the vice president made the announcement after three days of violent clashes between demonstrators and police at least ten people have died venezuela's president nicolas maduro has visiting cuba to meet the new leader of one of his country's few remaining allies he arrived a day after miguel diaz canal took power as cuba's president the un security council is holding talks at a remote farmhouse surrounded by pastures at the southern tip of sweden this meeting at the summer home of the former u n chief doug hammarskjold is a rare session outside new york it's expected to focus on the syrian crisis a baby girl has been raped and murdered in the indian city of indoor the latest in a string of child rapes that have been described as a national emergency for india the child had been asleep with her parents on the street when she was abducted the prime minister is due to chair a cabinet session to consider introducing the death penalty for the crime there are continuing efforts to restore order to the south african city of my king after three days of violent protests presidents roh ramaphosa who's visited the city has promised further talks with people who accused the provincial premier of corruption something he denies and italian conservationists seromba instigating the death of a rare brown bear during an operation to capture and fit him with a tracking device the bear belong to an endangered subspecies of which only about fifty remain that's the latest from bbc news.