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Meghan Markle Is Out for Asian Justice on Her Podcast

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:29 min | 2 months ago

Meghan Markle Is Out for Asian Justice on Her Podcast

"May again Markle hopped on her podcast today and decided to call some people out. So in a return to her Spotify podcast, archetypes, worst title ever, she takes on one of the most prominent stereotypes of Asian women on screen, the dragon lady. She said, movies like Austin Powers and kill Bill. They presented these caricatures of women of Asian descent as over centralized or aggressive. She's talking about fuku and fuk me in Austin Powers goldmember and Lucy Liu's hyper violent already she until Bill. She said that such characterizations go at least as far back as 1924 when Anna May Wong played a scheming Mongol slave opposite Douglas Fairbanks in the thief of Baghdad, okay? I wonder how she felt about Mickey Rooney playing mister yunioshi in breakfast at Tiffany's. Or even David Carradine playing Mark kwai Chang Caine in Kung fu. But Meghan Markle maintained that this toxic stereotyping of women of Asian descent. This doesn't just end once the credits roll. Oh, she feels everybody's pain. As a case in point, she introduces sociologist Nancy Wang yoon, who wrote about the dragon lady stereotype in her book real inequality, real with two E's. Everything is equality, equity, inclusion, you and told the story of being catcalled by a man using a line out of full metal jacket while she was traveling to an academic conference. She said, I myself have been proposition in an airport in Atlanta of all places by a stranger who said me so horny. He just yelled it out to me. Now at this point, this podcast should be a fun podcast. Who doesn't laugh at me so horny? She said, I knew why because I looked around and I thought, and I saw that I was the only Asian woman in that area. I knew he was talking to me, even though I don't even know if he ever saw full metal jacket. Okay, listen to me, honey. So because one idiot quoted a line from a film by maybe the greatest director of all time. Therefore, that makes full metal jacket a bad movie.

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A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:30 min | 3 months ago

A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney

"Let me tell you, Mickey Rooney obviously was at one point the biggest movie star in the world for the late 30s to the early 40s at the peak of his career between the ages of 15 and 25. He made 43 films. 43 films in ten years. I know Bruce Willis just did that, but that's because they propped them up and put on earpiece in his ear and he was able to it's sad what happened to Bruce Willis, but no actor does 43 films in ten years. But Mickey Rooney was one of MGM's most consistently successful actors, very versatile performer and, you know, Lawrence Olivier, once said he considered Rooney the best there ever was, which is insane because most people believe Lawrence Olivier was the best there was, and I'm gonna tell you, I never enjoyed anything Mickey Rooney was in. If I'm being honest, never got the attraction. The Andy hardy movies? No, they were corny to me. I know those were the times we lived in, but I'd rather see Jimmy cagney Humphrey Bogart in a gangster film. I enjoyed a few things he was in when he was an old man, like that movie Bill. Very poignant movie, Mickey played an old man named Bill who'd been institutionalized by his mother since he was a child, and he finally gets out and ventures out into the big city where a nice family takes him in and he finally feels what it's like to be loved in his 60s. Dennis Quaid was in it. A made for TV movie. And I'm sure he never got over the fact that he turned down the role of Archie bunker, that had to hurt looking back, but Nikki Rooney made millions in his career. As a matter of fact, the first Broadway show I ever saw was sugar babies with Mickey and Ann Miller and they did that show over 1200 times and then it went everywhere for the next 5 years and he never missed one single performance. The guy was making $65,000 a week. However, he was a degenerate gambler and he lost a ton of his life's earnings. And he applied for bankruptcy later in life, which is so sad when a movie star does that. By the time he passed, he had 18 $1000 to his name.

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Kane at the double as unbeaten Tottenham wins 2-0 at Forest

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Kane at the double as unbeaten Tottenham wins 2-0 at Forest

"Harry Kane moved up the Premier League scoring list and just missed a hat trick in Tottenham's two nil win over Nottingham Forest Kane scored in both halves but his run of successful penalty kicks entered at 21 Dean Henderson made the save giving him penalty stops and back to back home games Kane has 187 goals tying Andrew Cole for third on the league's all time list Next up is Wayne Rooney with 208 Tottenham shares second place with man city and Brighton two points behind arsenal Forrest has one win and one draw through four games I'm Dave fairy

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Kane scores milestone goal in front of Brazil great Ronaldo

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Kane scores milestone goal in front of Brazil great Ronaldo

"Harry Kane provided the only goal in Tottenham's win over Wolverhampton Spurs coach Antonio Conte He's a player that he has to make the difference For his quality for this kid for his ability Kane lost his marker near the back post to head in following a flick in from Ivan perisic at a corner in the 64th minute It was Cain's 185th Premier League goal moving him into outright fourth place on the all time list above former Manchester City striker Sergio Agüero Only Alan Shearer Wayne Rooney and Andrew Cole are above him I'm Dave ferry

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Scene? Again. Again, where her Brooks just like runs them to death. Or skates them to death in that movie with just like the up and backs. Yeah. So all this happy friendliness going on with Tottenham, they're waving to the crowd and then Conte just comes in and I thought he was going to kill him. I mean, there were players just like dropping to the ground at the end of the training session. So they had, I have it here. At the spurs web tweeted, spurs fitness coach Jean Pierre Ventura made the spurs players run 42 lengths of the pitch today in 30°C heat at the end of the training session. So they trained for two hours and then ran 42 lengths of the pitch up and back. In almost 90° heat in Korea and like sun dropped, had to be helped up. Matt Doherty dropped. It looked like it looked like war. Those are the old school stories you hear. So you used to hear about hill runs and run until he got sick. Yeah. And that in the first week of training, you wouldn't see a single ball. Like the balls weren't you wouldn't take the and players were so delighted to see the ball because they felt like it was a rest. I just found it funny because this was done in a stadium full of people. It was an opening. It was an open training session for Korean fans. They all got to watch. It felt very human. I didn't see that. He was standing up. Their son daugherty, who are the others. There were a couple players that were just like, that could not get up. It was something. So yeah, Conte, as a fan, I kind of love it, to be honest. Kinda love it. Oh no, you're gonna be the fittest team. Also, this team is a team that under Mourinho. Just fell off a cliff in terms of its fitness. So this is it coming full circle. Let's see, a couple other things before we get out JJ, I wanted to mention, of course, what's going on right now in Europe, the women's European Championships. And I wanted to mention England specifically. They laid a beating down on Norway a couple days ago that I still can't believe eyewitnessed. Every time I looked up, they were scoring. Norway are good. Like not just good. They're good, good. Like they're like, we can maybe win this thing good. To see them get just taken apart like that. I mean, I guess not since Brazil, Germany, and in 2014, have I seen a legitimately good team get just embarrassed that way in an international tournament. I mean, this was, this was unbelievable stuff. It was horrifying and it was so unexpected. And I tweeted before the game, and I wasn't the only one who felt this way. This was England's first test. You know, this was a really good Norwegian side, ranked 11th England meringue in. And add a heck of what's going to be up front. They could have had Zlatan Ibrahimović primes that an. And prime Alan shiro up front. It wouldn't have made a difference. They couldn't get the ball tour. They couldn't get the ball period. England ran riot. And they got them on the flanks through hemp. And they had mead was, I mean, she was just dominating Ellen boy got in on the act as well with some goals. But you could see what was happening and the way ingham were able to play through the lines and pick passes. And you're just screaming at the television for the Norwegian manager to do anything like go to 5 at the back. Drop a fullback or drop a central midfielder in front of a fullback for ten minutes just to try and stem the tide, Andrew, he sat there at the Norwegian manager, kept panning to him, obviously, after every goal went in. And he just looked paralyzed, absolutely paralyzed. He could do nothing. Absolutely nothing. And I mean, I don't know how Norway come back from that. It was a humiliation. Yeah. It was unbelievable. And you know, I was thinking about it more from the England perspective because we sat here doing this podcast a week ago when you spoke about, you know, I'm getting those England feelings again of watching a dour, dull, one nil, and then this happens. And I'm trying to reconcile the two of like, okay, well, who are they? This turnaround from game to game. I have like the comparison here. So obviously one goal versus Austria to the 8 that they've scored versus Norway. Their XG 1.9 against Austria, 6.2 against Norway. Chances created 12 versus Austria, which is actually a decent amount considering the only scored one, but 18 chances created against Norway touches in the attacking penalty area, 34 against Austria, 53 against Norway. Did something just get unlocked in them. I wonder. And are we going to see maybe in England that we weren't necessarily expecting coming into this tournament? Are we about to see one of the most fun teams in this tournament as opposed to what you thought they were going to be coming in? I just don't know yet. I think there are very good side. I think there are clearly shown why their favorites, although the best team I've seen so far I feel is Germany. They followed up their opening day win with a two nil victory over Spain. Yesterday, I like the Germans, the most because they're being more solidly consistent. And England but England Andrew, they've got such a lettuce and power. I mean, they could just bulldoze teams. It's so hard for me to know anything and I should know lots. After playing a team ranked as height as Norway. But Norway were so object. I just, I don't know yet. I don't know yet. I think England are very good though. Yes. They're up there with the teams I've seen so far. I would rank them and I've watched pretty much. I think nearly every game. I would say Germany or my number one englander joint number one with them in terms of favorites. And then everybody after that is significantly below them. Maybe I thought really fun game today between the Netherlands and Portugal. Awesome game. Three two Danielle van Gogh scored a great winner in the 62nd Portuguese I thought Portugal were the team in that game though Andrew. I thought they technically I thought they were so good like I'm in Jessica Silva,

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:49 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But he seems to have taken to it. And he's fiercely loyal and no pun intended. And protective of his players. I mean, I think, you know, the whole Colin Martin situation where he pulled his team off the field because of a homophobic slur that was thrown at one of his players. You know, I think that that resonated in that locker room. And I think it builds a lot of credibility that he was there for the long haul. I mean, and he was going to stick to his principles and stick to his beliefs. And so the team's doing fairly well this year. I mean, I think last I checked there in third place in the Western Conference of the USL. There were bounced in the first round of the playoffs last year, I believe, if memory serves. And but yeah, we'll see if he continues with it. We'll see how he does. Or if he pulls up stakes and gets back with the quakes. I mean, that would be utterly hilarious on a certain level. He went to San Jose because obviously the manner of his departure where he went back to labor coups and but then signed with the hated galaxy, the quakes archrivals, I mean, that's soured a lot of quakes fans on land and Donovan. And there was a great tweet that I retweeted about how it would be like Darth Vader throwing senator Palpatine down the shaft, like in Star Wars. It would be something if he went back there on one some things. That would be just quite the dramatic arc, if you will. Jeff, I need some information here. Is Gabby slonina going to Chelsea or not? I think ultimately he will. Last I checked and yeah, this is basically confirming my colleagues at the athletic, the deal is not done yet. There's still talks ongoing. But I think Chelsea are very much in the lead. I think it would include a loan back to the fire. I think he finished out the year with a fire and then they'd see what's next. Right. And I think this talk of him being like Chelsea's third string keeper. I really don't see that at the stage of his career. He needs games. You know, and I think for now, MLS is a perfectly good place to kind of earn that experience. You know, he's had some shaky moments this year. He's given up some absolutely God offs and you know, I think a lot of the talk about a transfer and like where he was going to put his international allegiance. I think that kind of did his head in for a bit there. And he seems to be stabilizing a little bit, but I think for the moment the fire finishing the season out with the fire is the place for him to be. Jeff, wanted to ask about bail, obviously, huge name, incredible resume. But there are question marks. Is he all in? He hasn't played that much over the last couple of years. How much will that impact him? Are you hearing skepticism around this? Or is it pretty much all excitement right now? It's pretty much all excitement. I mean, he has huge motivation to get on the field and get sharp before the World Cup. I mean, that is, you know, there's just no denying that. And given the way that LAFC has played, you know, they look poised to go fairly deep into the playoffs. So if not when the whole thing. So, you know, I think, I mean, I think there is some skepticism as to how much he can contribute, but I mean, you know, and let's face it, keeling and bail, there was a luxury signing on the part of the la C. I mean, they were doing really well before. And now they have even more depth. So, but I'm not really hearing a ton of skepticism about bail. I mean, you know, he's this is a big moment for Wales. I mean, what's the first time in 50, 60 years that they've managed to make it to the World Cup? So, like I said, he's got huge motivation to do everything he can to be out as sharpest when everybody heads up over to Qatar. Jeff, on the field, I watched them at the start of the season, was hugely impressed. And I'm going to say, maybe now it's time to ask the question in mid July. Our Austin the real deal. I think so. I mean, you can count me among the skeptics early on. It was like, well, who have they played? Who have they? Are they really, are they really that good? And I mean, I think, or that 17, 18 games, however many it is that they played, you know, I think that's a big enough sample size to say, yeah, they're the real deal. I mean, they've got an MVP candidate in druce. And I mean, I just love the way that guy plays. And he just strikes the ball so cleanly. And I mean, I think about that goal in one of their last games where I think it was a Rudy who hit a shot off the crossbar and for UC just first timed it in. And yeah, I mean, everything he does is just so clean. And so, but obviously they've got other pieces as well. And I mean, gabrielson is getting talked up for newcomer of the year. I mean, he's been fantastic in the back. I mean, Alex ring, I mean, he was kind of a known commodity when he was with NYCFC. So I mean, they've got pretty good balance from front to back and from wing to wing. And yeah, I mean, I think, I mean, do I think they'll win the whole thing? I don't. But they certainly made huge strides this year. And yeah, I mean, I think in terms of being one of the best teams in the Western Conference, they're absolutely the real deal. Jeff from the good to the bad. I wanted to ask about Toronto. Rough start for them this season. Carlos del sado is left going back to Mexico, but insignia coming in. Bernadette possibly coming in. I don't know if that's been finalized, but there's rumors of it. Is there still a pathway to a successful season for them? I think so. I mean, you look, you look at the standings

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:01 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Worked really, really hard. The turmoil in his personal life in the last few months in terms of the press and media attention over the Colleen Rooney Rebecca vardi court case where he was unfortunately front and center. He spoke in an interview to ESPN, I think it was, when he was a player, a D.C. United how he liked the anonymity. Where he could, do his job as a footballer and generally be left alone. An I think that is a part of things too. I really do think it's interesting. That he wants a little brick. Yeah. You hear about that as being kind of this like low key appeal to playing an MLS. Bail two, you know, that sort of like bail spotlight and Real Madrid and just like just the burden that it felt like that had become. He will not be the case in Los Angeles. These guys will get recognized, but probably they'll get recognized just enough where it will appease their ego. Like, okay, good. People still who I am. But it won't burden their lives, you know? And also the feral English tabloid media is not here. Right. And that's a big thing. Now Wayne, he did get recognized as soon as he stepped into the terminal off the plane at dulles. It's interesting seeing him now. He's only 36, JJ, I'm starting to think that he could be he could be submitted in the 80s aging badly football tournament. He's got stocky. He looks older than 36. Yeah. The graying and the beard plus the general what you call it, thickening or around the waves. He looks a little weathered. Like I said, I mean, I'd be weathered if I'd spent that amount of time at Derby County in those circumstances. And think of how popular how young he was when he came up. He was a star immediately. So he's been under that spotlight for 20 years. He's lived his life in it. Right. And the documentary, which we talked about a little bit about, I don't know if you've watched it yet. But yeah, the documentary kind of gave you a window a little bit of more of a glimpse into his life and that spotlight has been just it's been so bright for so long and I can totally understand where he might want to take a step away from it for a bit. All right, well, for more on this now and some other things happening around MLS, we bring in our own Jeff Carlyle of ESPN FC. What's up, Jeff? How are you? I'm doing well, guys. How are you? We're doing good. We're doing good. We've been talking a little bit about Wayne Rooney back in the nation's capital. It's fascinating to me. Can you give us any sort of insight to how this played out? How long this might have been in the works? How did this all come about? Well, I mean, to hear Rooney tell it, the talks have been going on for a couple of weeks. And I think what sparked it, well, I mean, was a few things. I mean, obviously he had resigned from Darby county, so he was available. And then, I mean, D.C. United's results have been pretty poor. I think they've got like 5 points from their last 7 games. And so, you know, the kind of the pavlovian response of firing a manager and then there's that uptick in results. I mean, that happened a little bit, but then, you know, water finds its own level and D.C. United kind of sank back to their previous level of poor play. And so yeah, that all together and I think Rooney stay while short was viewed pretty positive. I'm talking about his tenure there in 2018, 2019. And so, you know, it all just came together. And when he joined them as a player, they are in Dire Straits and now he's doing the same as a manager. So we'll see if he has the same kind of magic this time. What's the expectation, Jeff? In terms of what Rooney needs to do, I mean, how much rope is he going to get at D.C. United? Well, I think he's going to get a fair bit of rope. I mean, the talk is already that, you know, a lot of quality players that he has contacts with overseas expressed interest in coming. They have two open DP slots that they have to fill. I mean, they don't have to fill them, but they're there to be filled. And so, you know, I think he's going to be given a fair bit of latitude. I mean, I think the Rooney is savior angle is, I mean, there's some danger to it. There's some risks to it because obviously he can't play. Sure. And he's going to, he's going to have to do the business as a manager. And for that to work, everything around him needs to work as well. And that's the recruiting. And sticking to the style that they kind of started under her non losada where they were a high pressing team, very aggressive. I mean, I don't think it'll be quite the same under Rooney. I mean, from what I'm told, they're still going to press, but they're just going to do it in a different way. But I mean, it's still a course correction. No matter how you slice it. So I mean, I think he's going to, I think there's a lot of respect for him within the organization. I think he's obviously he's got a pretty high soccer IQ. I think he did a really good job at Darby under some incredibly difficult circumstances. So I think you add all those things up. And

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"rooney" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:01 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Worked really, really hard. The turmoil in his personal life in the last few months in terms of the press and media attention over the Colleen Rooney Rebecca vardi court case where he was unfortunately front and center. He spoke in an interview to ESPN, I think it was, when he was a player, a D.C. United how he liked the anonymity. Where he could, do his job as a footballer and generally be left alone. An I think that is a part of things too. I really do think it's interesting. That he wants a little brick. Yeah. You hear about that as being kind of this like low key appeal to playing an MLS. Bail two, you know, that sort of like bail spotlight and Real Madrid and just like just the burden that it felt like that had become. He will not be the case in Los Angeles. These guys will get recognized, but probably they'll get recognized just enough where it will appease their ego. Like, okay, good. People still who I am. But it won't burden their lives, you know? And also the feral English tabloid media is not here. Right. And that's a big thing. Now Wayne, he did get recognized as soon as he stepped into the terminal off the plane at dulles. It's interesting seeing him now. He's only 36, JJ, I'm starting to think that he could be he could be submitted in the 80s aging badly football tournament. He's got stocky. He looks older than 36. Yeah. The graying and the beard plus the general what you call it, thickening or around the waves. He looks a little weathered. Like I said, I mean, I'd be weathered if I'd spent that amount of time at Derby County in those circumstances. And think of how popular how young he was when he came up. He was a star immediately. So he's been under that spotlight for 20 years. He's lived his life in it. Right. And the documentary, which we talked about a little bit about, I don't know if you've watched it yet. But yeah, the documentary kind of gave you a window a little bit of more of a glimpse into his life and that spotlight has been just it's been so bright for so long and I can totally understand where he might want to take a step away from it for a bit. All right, well, for more on this now and some other things happening around MLS, we bring in our own Jeff Carlyle of ESPN FC. What's up, Jeff? How are you? I'm doing well, guys. How are you? We're doing good. We're doing good. We've been talking a little bit about Wayne Rooney back in the nation's capital. It's fascinating to me. Can you give us any sort of insight to how this played out? How long this might have been in the works? How did this all come about? Well, I mean, to hear Rooney tell it, the talks have been going on for a couple of weeks. And I think what sparked it, well, I mean, was a few things. I mean, obviously he had resigned from Darby county, so he was available. And then, I mean, D.C. United's results have been pretty poor. I think they've got like 5 points from their last 7 games. And so, you know, the kind of the pavlovian response of firing a manager and then there's that uptick in results. I mean, that happened a little bit, but then, you know, water finds its own level and D.C. United kind of sank back to their previous level of poor play. And so yeah, that all together and I think Rooney stay while short was viewed pretty positive. I'm talking about his tenure there in 2018, 2019. And so, you know, it all just came together. And when he joined them as a player, they are in Dire Straits and now he's doing the same as a manager. So we'll see if he has the same kind of magic this time. What's the expectation, Jeff? In terms of what Rooney needs to do, I mean, how much rope is he going to get at D.C. United? Well, I think he's going to get a fair bit of rope. I mean, the talk is already that, you know, a lot of quality players that he has contacts with overseas expressed interest in coming. They have two open DP slots that they have to fill. I mean, they don't have to fill them, but they're there to be filled. And so, you know, I think he's going to be given a fair bit of latitude. I mean, I think the Rooney is savior angle is, I mean, there's some danger to it. There's some risks to it because obviously he can't play. Sure. And he's going to, he's going to have to do the business as a manager. And for that to work, everything around him needs to work as well. And that's the recruiting. And sticking to the style that they kind of started under her non losada where they were a high pressing team, very aggressive. I mean, I don't think it'll be quite the same under Rooney. I mean, from what I'm told, they're still going to press, but they're just going to do it in a different way. But I mean, it's still a course correction. No matter how you slice it. So I mean, I think he's going to, I think there's a lot of respect for him within the organization. I think he's obviously he's got a pretty high soccer IQ. I think he did a really good job at Darby under some incredibly difficult circumstances. So I think you add all those things up. And

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:46 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Cup final viewing experience had it just happened over this past weekend. What that would have been like. We would have to cancel all any kind of live show plans or anything, all would have been out the door, or you would have known hazmat suit. I would have showed up in a hazmat. Yeah. Full kid hazmat W hazmat FC. All right, let's get into it. Like I said, Jeff is standing by, but I wanted to mention, obviously, the big story here in the United States over the past few days was Wayne Rooney, who spent some time with D.C. United. It's funny if I was making like my, if I was putting together like a YouTube compilation of Andrew gun's favorite MLS moments, I'll tell you what, man, I know it wasn't in the postseason, but the Rooney chased down tackle 50 yard assist in stoppage time to win it. That's like top 5. Easy on my list. And this moment is now D.C. United fans are going to get to kind of dust off those thoughts and memories as he'll be now patrolling the sideline for him. It's exciting. It is exciting. Just on that, that clip, I love that clip. I always watch that clip. I will never figure out what the goalkeeper was doing. Why he was up. How that week header could get past him, just everything about what Rooney did was amazing, though. Really amazing. Like superhero stuff. Yeah, this is such a strange move because I didn't see it coming. And I didn't see him leaving Derby. I thought he was there for the long run. For the long haul, and obviously things are so difficult there that he felt he just couldn't do the job. And I thought the next move would be a different job in England. D.C. United was not on my radar. I'm not sure where I'm at with this move yet. For him or the club? No, I think it's good for the club. I think you're getting a young cerebral something that probably hasn't been said much about Rooney. In his life, really, the way he's being portrayed, but the cerebral football manager. Who did an exceptional job? And albeit under the most unbelievable circumstances. If it wasn't for those points deductions, what we would be saying it was one of the greatest jobs that had ever been done, one of the greatest rescue missions in football, but I think it's a great move for D.C. for him, you know, putting aside my disappointment and the disappointment of a lot of people that he did stay in England. And take another challenge or continue the challenge with Derby. He's going here now. If he does well, first of all, it's low risk. He can't get relegated. He's not under that pressure anymore. He can build out his philosophies, build out his ideas about football, try and mold a team in what he thinks, the way football is supposed to be played. And he can't lose. He does a solid job, and he'll be back in England very, very soon, which I feel like the reason his family aren't going with him. You know, indicates that this will be a quick hit, getting be successful, ghetto. Taylor told me tweeted this, not sure I will understand her roomie leaves D.C. United as a player because family didn't like D.C.. Their words not mine in their own documentary. And now he is back as manager without the family, or care then. I think he's back because this won't be this won't be a very long appointment, but he'll aim for it to be as successful as possible. I mean, I would think it'll be a year and a half. It'll be, but it could be, he's probably looking up maybe Patrick Vieira, someone like that, whose man that journey, Jesse marriage, maybe a bit more circuitous. And he's saying, I can do that. And I can also get games under my belt in a low pressure scenario in terms of the complete opposite to what he had to deal with that Derby. I think it's probably a good move all around. If you can put aside, which I know a Derby fans are struggling with right now, the heart feelings because of the things he said. How he was committed. Remember that video of him in the car park. In the parking lot after the after Derby were relegated talking to the fans. We played it on the show, didn't we? We did. He was here for the long term. Here for the long haul and he really wanted to bring the club back to glory. I mean, it's got to hurt to see him then jet off to D.C. United nor disrespect to D.C. United. So it sounds to me almost like you started out skeptical and you talked yourself into it. Correct. Yeah. As I do with many things. We went on a journey there. Yeah. No Craig hope is on a more bombastic journey. Writing in the daily mail, he said, Rooney had done the hard yards at Derby last season, only to take what no fields like the easy option. His franchise may be joint bottom of the Eastern Conference, but they can not be relegated. There is no jeopardy. How does that tally with the fighter in him? What can he really prove within a league which in many ways adheres to principles and practices very different to those of English and European football? That's the consensus on this side of the water, Andrew, that he's taken a soft option. Look, I'm not going to say that I don't understand that. I get where they're coming from. I would dispute the notion that there's no jeopardy. You know, I do think, yes, I can't, I can't put up an argument to the jeopardy of relegation, of course. I wouldn't even begin to try to. But there's an embarrassment to not making the playoffs in the league where we talk about everyone makes the playoffs. So I'm not going to say that there's no jeopardy. Missing the playoffs is something. So I do understand what he's saying. And I don't know that I would expect journalists in England to be on board with this or to think that this is the natural progression of where his career was going. That doesn't mean that I think it's just because I understand where they're coming from. I don't know that I fully agree with them. I think that he can gain extremely valuable experience here. I mean, look, one way to look at it JJ, 10% of Premier League managers used MLS as a springboard to their European managerial careers. So I think some of those barriers are maybe being broken down. I think that, you know, whatever stigmas there were around the league, even as little as 5 years ago, I think some of those have eroded away a little bit. I think Craig's argument is more not being disrespectful to MLS, but more you don't need another path. To get to where you want to be, you're already there. You've cut out the middleman with the work you did at Derby. So you don't need to kind of launch pad of MLS. No. I honestly think Andrew. You factor in the past 18 months for Rooney. Complete turmoil at Derby.

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"rooney" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

07:46 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Cup final viewing experience had it just happened over this past weekend. What that would have been like. We would have to cancel all any kind of live show plans or anything, all would have been out the door, or you would have known hazmat suit. I would have showed up in a hazmat. Yeah. Full kid hazmat W hazmat FC. All right, let's get into it. Like I said, Jeff is standing by, but I wanted to mention, obviously, the big story here in the United States over the past few days was Wayne Rooney, who spent some time with D.C. United. It's funny if I was making like my, if I was putting together like a YouTube compilation of Andrew gun's favorite MLS moments, I'll tell you what, man, I know it wasn't in the postseason, but the Rooney chased down tackle 50 yard assist in stoppage time to win it. That's like top 5. Easy on my list. And this moment is now D.C. United fans are going to get to kind of dust off those thoughts and memories as he'll be now patrolling the sideline for him. It's exciting. It is exciting. Just on that, that clip, I love that clip. I always watch that clip. I will never figure out what the goalkeeper was doing. Why he was up. How that week header could get past him, just everything about what Rooney did was amazing, though. Really amazing. Like superhero stuff. Yeah, this is such a strange move because I didn't see it coming. And I didn't see him leaving Derby. I thought he was there for the long run. For the long haul, and obviously things are so difficult there that he felt he just couldn't do the job. And I thought the next move would be a different job in England. D.C. United was not on my radar. I'm not sure where I'm at with this move yet. For him or the club? No, I think it's good for the club. I think you're getting a young cerebral something that probably hasn't been said much about Rooney. In his life, really, the way he's being portrayed, but the cerebral football manager. Who did an exceptional job? And albeit under the most unbelievable circumstances. If it wasn't for those points deductions, what we would be saying it was one of the greatest jobs that had ever been done, one of the greatest rescue missions in football, but I think it's a great move for D.C. for him, you know, putting aside my disappointment and the disappointment of a lot of people that he did stay in England. And take another challenge or continue the challenge with Derby. He's going here now. If he does well, first of all, it's low risk. He can't get relegated. He's not under that pressure anymore. He can build out his philosophies, build out his ideas about football, try and mold a team in what he thinks, the way football is supposed to be played. And he can't lose. He does a solid job, and he'll be back in England very, very soon, which I feel like the reason his family aren't going with him. You know, indicates that this will be a quick hit, getting be successful, ghetto. Taylor told me tweeted this, not sure I will understand her roomie leaves D.C. United as a player because family didn't like D.C.. Their words not mine in their own documentary. And now he is back as manager without the family, or care then. I think he's back because this won't be this won't be a very long appointment, but he'll aim for it to be as successful as possible. I mean, I would think it'll be a year and a half. It'll be, but it could be, he's probably looking up maybe Patrick Vieira, someone like that, whose man that journey, Jesse marriage, maybe a bit more circuitous. And he's saying, I can do that. And I can also get games under my belt in a low pressure scenario in terms of the complete opposite to what he had to deal with that Derby. I think it's probably a good move all around. If you can put aside, which I know a Derby fans are struggling with right now, the heart feelings because of the things he said. How he was committed. Remember that video of him in the car park. In the parking lot after the after Derby were relegated talking to the fans. We played it on the show, didn't we? We did. He was here for the long term. Here for the long haul and he really wanted to bring the club back to glory. I mean, it's got to hurt to see him then jet off to D.C. United nor disrespect to D.C. United. So it sounds to me almost like you started out skeptical and you talked yourself into it. Correct. Yeah. As I do with many things. We went on a journey there. Yeah. No Craig hope is on a more bombastic journey. Writing in the daily mail, he said, Rooney had done the hard yards at Derby last season, only to take what no fields like the easy option. His franchise may be joint bottom of the Eastern Conference, but they can not be relegated. There is no jeopardy. How does that tally with the fighter in him? What can he really prove within a league which in many ways adheres to principles and practices very different to those of English and European football? That's the consensus on this side of the water, Andrew, that he's taken a soft option. Look, I'm not going to say that I don't understand that. I get where they're coming from. I would dispute the notion that there's no jeopardy. You know, I do think, yes, I can't, I can't put up an argument to the jeopardy of relegation, of course. I wouldn't even begin to try to. But there's an embarrassment to not making the playoffs in the league where we talk about everyone makes the playoffs. So I'm not going to say that there's no jeopardy. Missing the playoffs is something. So I do understand what he's saying. And I don't know that I would expect journalists in England to be on board with this or to think that this is the natural progression of where his career was going. That doesn't mean that I think it's just because I understand where they're coming from. I don't know that I fully agree with them. I think that he can gain extremely valuable experience here. I mean, look, one way to look at it JJ, 10% of Premier League managers used MLS as a springboard to their European managerial careers. So I think some of those barriers are maybe being broken down. I think that, you know, whatever stigmas there were around the league, even as little as 5 years ago, I think some of those have eroded away a little bit. I think Craig's argument is more not being disrespectful to MLS, but more you don't need another path. To get to where you want to be, you're already there. You've cut out the middleman with the work you did at Derby. So you don't need to kind of launch pad of MLS. No. I honestly think Andrew. You factor in the past 18 months for Rooney. Complete turmoil at Derby.

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"rooney" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on WTOP

"We had thunder, lightning, and Wayne Rooney. It probably wasn't a coincidence that a back bar at the wharf Wayne Rooney was introduced to fans as D.C. United's new head coach. The connection I've got with the club being here before the division another MLS team I would want to united so I'm proud to be as manager. Yeah, this time he's where he wants to be again as a coach after thrilling as a player, but now needs to deliver as that coach now in England he guided a team that was in very difficult circumstances and D.C. United owner Jason levy and noticed what I made of it was he was serious about his craft. He's not a guy who's seeking celebrity. He's a lover of the game of football or soccer and he really wants to manage and really wants to lead. And Rooney is already had players calling him. I want players who are hungry. I want players to come to this club who are hungry and who want to play the club so I've got a lot to give and capable of playing every game changer between sessions and adding high profile players in D.C. plans that you hope to get one this month. Now their home tight against Columbus Rooney will be watching while it waits on work permits. Nationals rained down last night, makeup game, first game 1205, so get going. The ballpark today Josiah gray will pitch 6 O 5 the second game, the Mariners have team they play riding an 8 game winning streak. No, as good as the Orioles who have a 9 game winning streak now after a four two win over the cubs, Elena delle donne, tighter season hour 26 as a mystic speed the LA sparks last night, 94 81. And I didn't know. I didn't know there were wild turkeys running around in Staten Island in New York. So the Staten Island ferry hawks, baseball team, have played a game this week as the Staten Island, wild turkeys. Dave Johnson, are you TLP sports? The top stories we're following for you on WTO P a surprising revelation at the conclusion of this year of this public hearing yesterday's public hearing of the January 6th committee, it was revealed that former president Trump tried to contact a witness in the investigation raising the question of possible witness tampering. Shocking and disturbing surveillance footage has been released, showing the Texas gunman entered the Yale elementary school where he would shoot and kill 19 children on two teachers. The video also shows police officers and body armor standing around in a hallway taking no action as children are being shot. Thousands of area residents have no power this morning and many are also facing significant property damage and debris cleanup after last night's powerful storms in person and remote instruction has been canceled at the university

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This is any way you want to look at it. Get lost or shots fired. Wow, he is eluding to the fact that he feels LAFC is cheating. I mean, he just pretty much said, hey, there's no way those players are playing for under $1.6 million. They're doing something sneaky like inter Miami did. Like, David Beckham Jorge masa's team did. And they've been sanctioned for it, and they were caught and fines and all these different things. He's pretty much saying that. He's saying there's no way these two superstars are making that amount of money. There's no way you should be playing in LAFC. What's the reason this is happening because they like the sunshine? So he's throwing some very heavy accusations without any proof. Now I know that in the history of Major League Soccer sep, things like this have happened. We've heard the stories we've heard the stories of MLS .1, you know, or one, excuse me, were these players were paid. Yeah, hold on, I'll get there. Claudio Suarez and a different bank account in Mexico. And yes. Here's a Tam player. LA galaxy, and that's not even MLS one. We're going on new age MLS. And he was playing here, yes, for that amount, but they also promised him half a franchise in Sweden. So we've seen things like this, but he is an official of the league. You can't do this unless you have proof. You know what? You think you'll get fined? You should. Really? 'cause I'm thinking if pan Ernst is willing to say this into a microphone and say this on the record, I wonder how much of the rest of the league feels this way and his questioning exactly what it is that LAFC did to get those guys to accept the Tam deals. Can we focus in on New England just for a second? Because I'm never going to criticize Bruce arena for talking about Yankee Stadium. It is an embarrassment that there are games being played there every image that I see, it seems of Yankee Stadium as a soccer field, gets worse and worse and worse. So he's definitely on to something there. But there is something happening in New England. There is a tension. There is a frustration. I think they're 9th right now in the Eastern Conference. They're below the playoff line. We saw reports of Josie out the door, getting into it with an assistant on the revolution staff during the game over the weekend. So I think there's something happening in New England. It's very different from the supporters shield team that we saw a year ago. Obviously, I mean, where do we start? We should not shy away from what is that soccer field in New York. It's an abomination for these players and there's abomination for leaks, a bad look. Those are the defending MLS cup champions, but to go from a historic team. In the regular season, to do what you did last season to be where you are at this season with that amount of talent with that coach, that is telling you something. There is something brewing deeper in New England than we are aware of. All right, well, before Bruce arena turned New England revolution around, he of course turned the LA galaxy around. Galaxy in LAFC herc. You of course, as we mentioned off the top

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:51 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Talking about it on ESPN FC. They are immediately more relevant, which helps you in a lot of ways. Relevant. Selling tickets to your point, the only way they stay relevant is if they win. And the last time he was here, they did win for a while and they were very relevant at the end of 2018. They got the playoffs. But it didn't, but it didn't last. I get your point there. To the point about whether he'll turn things around, no, in the long term work, I don't think he'll turn things around. But that's not necessarily based on what I think about Wayne Rooney the manager. There's a very thin resume and it's an extreme circumstances at Darby county as a really going into administration and losing a boatload of points. It's hard to judge him there. I don't think he's going to be able to turn this around because of what I think of D.C. United's ownership, right? I don't think that they're capable of providing him the tools that he needs to truly turn this thing around. But to your point, depending on where we draw the line for a turnaround in success, I think you could very much make the case that this will have a short term impact. I say that one. Because it's a thing I got wrong last time, right? I didn't think Wayne Rooney would come in and be a, the player that he was still. But more importantly, make everybody else around him that much better. He made bad players good. He made good players great and the team was good. If he can have that impact, I think D.C. United could go up in the short term. I'll also say this. I think he's got a very, very nice rolodex. And when you're Washington, D.C., it's an attractive city, but these united is not an attractive team. If Rooney can get some names attached to it, one of one of which is Luis Suárez, which we saw reported by Stephen Goff in The Washington Post. Then I think there could be a spark. There could be that lightning in the bottle, which right now herc for D.C. and I defensive about all week of hope for. Going to when you're saying about that rolodex, yes, I agree with you. If you went to a cell phone right now, there is a rolodex, a name of players, a plethora of very good players, expensive players who would come play for him, no doubt. The problem and you stated is ownership. His front office and those have been the issues plaguing D.C. United for who knows how long. They are of the lowest spending teams in Major League Soccer. They are cheap. They don't care about it and the product shows. Yeah, I'll tell you since when, since 2012, when Jason levy, who's the current owner, took over. D.C. United has really struggled to maintain relevance in the D.C. market. And when I think about this move, it's a desperate move from D.C. United, right? It's, hey, we tried this last time. It made us relevant for a very brief time, but it may not last long. Now, well, go ahead, go ahead. I was just saying, what happened? Two things. What happened to Seth? Because you said this move didn't speak to you when he was a player and speak to the D.C. market and two. What happened to Wayne Rooney? I thought it was his wife that didn't like D.C. all of a sudden they're back. Can I say, I'm shocked that they took that he took this job. I'm shocked that he took this job. He was linked to Everton. I know some people that didn't think he was ready for Everton job. But if there was a championship gig or even like a League One gig, and I'm sure he did enough at Darby county to get some interest, especially when you consider it's Wayne Rooney. I would think any gig like that would be better, not than any job in MLS hurt, but better than this D.C. United job. And I'll leave it at this. I'll let you finish up here. Wayne Rooney knows D.C. United intimately. He was there when they opened the stadium in 2018, and when he comes back four years later, he's going to find an unfinished stadium. With massive holes in what should be a roof. If these United's ownership can't build a stadium, how are they going to give them a good team around him so that Wayne Rooney can have success? And if anybody knows how important that is, hurt, it should be Wayne Rooney. He just went through it at Darby county where he did everything he could. He was paying the freaking players reportedly and guess what? And guess what? It still wasn't enough because the people above him were incompetent. Is he going to find anything different in D.C.? I surely don't think so. I don't know what to tell you, Seb. I'd hate to be a D.C.. This is the part of it. This is the part of the show where you're supposed to lift me up. Lift me up. All right, let's lift you up a little bit. Let's talk about some other

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"rooney" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Time Wayne Rooney rolling through doles with four brand new pieces of large, large upstairs. Rolling field what? Screw that up? Okay. They said, I was like, whatever it is. The name of the air imagining. We do know it's all about the dulles brothers, right? All right, I'm going to send you I'm going to send you. I got to send you guys some reading. Okay. There you go. Hit me up. So plane shows up with four large pieces of brand new luggage. He's not there. You know, on a trip, this is a long-term thing, Pablo Maya tweets the picture, Pablo was all over this thing, waiting at the airport somehow stayed under wraps, Pablo told you on him was today. Dave, that this has been going on for a couple of weeks, right? And that they've kept it under wraps. Once the reporting started, it just started running. And I believe that he will be introduced today unless there's some other special announcement that D.C. is going to make on this Monday. It would be pretty they're adding a new set of taps at the Heineken beer. We'll open a new coffee shop on the other I don't know what it would be. It seems to definitely be Wayne Rooney. Wayne Rudy's coming to coach at D.C. United's back, baby. He's a little grayer in the beard, understandably so after all the stuff at Darby county, but he has chosen to continue his managerial career where he was such an inspiration as a member of lucha roux. God, it's just wonderful. It's just so good. Charlie went on an epic rant on Saturday night about how D.C. we had given up on 2022. How they had just said, you know what? Screw it. We don't care. Whatever. We'll get through the season. Don't expect anything about us, then they go sign Wayne Rooney Dave. What do you think? I don't know that they actually saw this coming would be my guest. This feels like something maybe that Wayne Rooney on his side more was pushing for. And I can't guarantee that it's going to be successful or I'm not even sure, but it's more promising and exciting than whatever I thought this coaching search for D.C.

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"rooney" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

03:52 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ExtraTime

"A as of this time yesterday was very obviously as we be said, Joseph Martinez burning down the house. By midnight, one a was also Wayne Rooney coming in and being named the next manager of D.C. United as per Pablo mauer of the athletic has been since been confirmed by everybody. In a normal show, in a normal month, these are the lead stories. And we just had two of them dumped into our laps. On the same day. So what we're going to do is we're going to have David gas flip a coin to decide which one we go with first. I think heads is Wayne Rooney because I mean, come on. Entails. Look at him. He literally looks much else is justice Martinez. And Atlanta United. Which is Oklahoma, which is fitting as a connection. But the space Atlanta United existed right now is very Oklahoma. Oklahoma of your soul. Okay. Oklahoma just takes taking shots. All right, ready. By the way, I just wanted to be clear. Doyle did not hit his mark here in the rundown. There's a very clear spot for Doyle to hit this. He did not hit it. Flip the coin and then I've got one other thing we'll get to it. We got alcohol, baby. Take it Oklahoma. Oh, girl, home over the wing comes. I was just waiting for that moment. Before we get to Joseph though, I Doyle and I haven't done content this morning. We've got nothing. We're just about to MDR tanks, whereas Caitlyn, you've already been on Sky Sports. So I just need a little taste before we do Joseph. You know I need that taste. Luis Suárez says 5 to 6 MLS teams want him he'll make a decision in two weeks. He's talking playoffs and timelines and he got Rooney showing up with four bags, giant bags, and looking thick. What did they ask you about on Sky Sports this morning? And in what order and how Jack are they for Wayne to D.C. that feels like big news across the pond. We start wonder strike. Which was my favorite goal of the weekend. Then we moved over to Minnesota and Vancouver's Vancouver's home form to see if cause for concern. What should we be expecting over here? What do you think about Andrei kubas health? Is that going to be an issue long term? And then we brushed across Rooney and bail and the rest. But we actually didn't get to lingard, which I saw you guys smashed. So I feel like you're kind of stepping into sky's territory a little bit. So I like that. Yeah, watch out. Send a message. Situation going on. It was always out back. It was all Wayne, which is, it should be the lead a story. I didn't get to vote, you know? Not going up to me. It's randomized. Yeah, I think there's going to be a lot of attention on Rooney. And rightfully so. And hopefully some attention on D.C. wouldn't want the attention this week. So this is kind of like the ultimate what the opposite of a Friday news dump, this is just like the we need the Sunday save or whatever it is, which is just like, hey, look at it look over here. Somebody else. There was a dump taken on Friday by D.C.. 7 nothing, and you know, you lose 7 nothing. You probably if you're Wayne Rooney, you're negotiating position, got really good right after that. Really good. All of a sudden all the roadblocks just went away.

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"rooney" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Extra time is exactly how I find out what's going on in the MLS. Maybe this podcast is influenced me a little bit as well. Everybody up here. Every single day goes into the office into the laboratory. They're trying to cook up some great stuff for you guys. That's why he's here. From New York to New York you are listening to extra time, presented by AT&T 5G I am major weaving with my partners in soccer. David goss, Matt Doyle, Sky Sports owned kaelin Carr. This might be the most anticipated extra time of 2022 nay forever. What a weekend. We tried. I tried to like, you know, you have your inverted pyramid or whatever the heck that is in journalism, I'm forgetting already, it's been more than ten years since I got out of Jay school. How do you choose? How do you choose what to talk about? We had a full jam packed. We Suarez wants to come to MLS. I mean, you know, Joseph Martinez is burning down the house. El trafficker. Cascadia. All of it. And then Wayne Rooney rolls in with four bags to dull as and he's like, I'm gonna do D.C. manager, kick through the door. Why is going on? Energy. I've got it. Caffeine, I've drank a lot of it. Monday morning is here and by God, it's wonderful Doyle. It is. It's absolutely wonderful and I wrote my column yesterday and went through it, game by game, and I realized that the most normal game of the weekend was out traffic go, which was a typically great and engaging and well played and passionate el traffic out of three two LAFC. That was the most normal game of the weekend. Everything else just went completely off the rails starting with D.C., obviously, an on Friday night, and it just kind of stayed off the rails through achi ace debut in Houston with the madness late in that game. Everything that happened in Chicago. It was just one after another. So we have a bit. We have a bit that we're going to do in today's show because there are two one a stories, okay?

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Mickey Rooney's Love Life Was Legendary

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Mickey Rooney's Love Life Was Legendary

"Making running past at the age of 93. And he left the legacy that obviously includes a lifetime of showbiz, growing up in the spotlight, had its ups and downs, you know, he was Hollywood's real first teen star, and his love life was well renowned. He rivaled Liz Taylor in number of marriages. They both walked down the aisle 8 times. And let's talk about those 8 times. Ava Gardner, 1942, of all of Mickey Rooney's marriages, he first seemed the most unlikely match was Ava Gardner. He was 22, 5 foot two, the star of Andy hardy movies looked a lot younger, and everybody was only 20, and at this time it only played a little bit parts. But she just had this she radiated such a sultry sophistication, that was deadly the most men. And obviously, if you look at these two, you think, well, Mickey's out of his league here, he knew that as well. But they went in 1942 in January, but by May, it was

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Mickey Rooney Had an Affair With 14 Year-Old Liz Taylor

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 5 months ago

Mickey Rooney Had an Affair With 14 Year-Old Liz Taylor

"So Elizabeth Taylor had a passionate affair with Nikki Rooney when she was just 14 years old and he was a married man in his 20s. Imagine putting that scenario into today's society. A 14 year old girl and a married man in his 20s. He talked about me too. He would never see the light of day again. His career would be over. But Elizabeth Talbot was only 12 years old when she met making Rooney. He was then 24 and the time they met Mickey was 24 and married to his second wife, Betty Jane. And Mickey and Elizabeth Taylor starred together in national velvet back in 1944. That's the movie that made Liz Taylor a big star. Two years later, she was caught by Mickey Rooney's pregnant wife as she was going down on him. Yes, I know that for a fact because the great journalist, the late great journalist James bacon, who was a big part of our TV show mysteries and scandals. We used him a lot as an expert of what went on back in the day. He was the journalist that covered stars and James bacon was like a modern day me if you will. He went out, dated the people he covered. He got very ensconced in their lives. He stayed there late. He got mixed up with these people and James bacon told me himself that Liz was going down on Mickey Rooney when they were caught.

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There Was More to Mickey Rooney Than Met the Eye

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

There Was More to Mickey Rooney Than Met the Eye

"I don't really care for Nikki Rooney's old movies, the hardy boys movies. That's not my thing. He was never a favorite of mine. But I don't like sometimes because I get a kick out of looking at him and realizing that he was considered quite a cockpit back in his day. 5 foot two, but the word is and I got this from Red Buttons. The word is Mickey hum and 9 and a half inches long. Ladies. Would you like to be with Mickey Rooney? And he might not be fetching, but 9 and a half. It's quite a

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"BP sports I'm Josh rowntree in the NHL one eastern semis already over while the other one was evened up Tuesday night Correspondent Mike mancuso with more from New York Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the rangers knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika's advantage at old school to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team And I think we played a pretty good series so far And we're just trying to build off some of the momentum that we've created in these last two games You go to your search in 30 saves for the win the hurricane is over 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night In the western semis Edmonton grabbed a three one series lead over Calgary with a 5 three win Ryan nugent Hopkins scored a pair of goals for the oilers including the game winner with under four minutes to go Evander Kane scored his 11th and 12th goals of the postseason for Edmonton as well No sweep in the NBA's western finals Dallas able to stave off elimination with a one 19 one O 9 win over Golden State The Mavs hit 23 pointers and Luka Dončić scored 30 points grabbed 14 rebounds and dished out 9 assists to force a game 5 We got to believe you know I think our difference was way better today and I think we take the paint You know those two things are key And that's what we got to bring to San Francisco On the diamond Toronto took down St. Louis 8 to one as Jay's pitcher Kevin gausman got plenty of run support That's what we are you know That's what we normally are So you know it's been pretty quiet in there lately So you know for us to kind of get our mojo back I guess You know just have that high energy Everybody talking in the dugout It was nice to see And the NFL has expanded the Rooney rule again This time to include quarterbacks coaches in a further effort to diversify the coaching ranks The change was announced Tuesday at the owners meeting in Atlanta I'm Josh Brown tree AP

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Copp lifts Rangers over Red Wings in OT for 4th straight win

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Copp lifts Rangers over Red Wings in OT for 4th straight win

"Andrew Andrew Copp Copp scored scored one one thirty thirty four four into into overtime overtime to to give give the the Rangers Rangers their their fourth fourth straight straight win win five five four four over over the the red red wings wings Chris Chris Kreider Kreider tied tied it it with with his his forty forty six six goal goal beating beating Alex Alex in in the the delta delta between between three three thirty thirty eight eight left left in in regulation regulation R. R. temi temi parent parent had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists for for the the Rangers Rangers who who are are now now within within three three points points in in the the first first place place hurricanes hurricanes Carolina Carolina has has a a game game in in hand hand as as they they battle battle for for the the metropolitan metropolitan division division lead lead Ryan Ryan Reaves Reaves and and Filipino Filipino also also scored scored for for New New York York Adam Adam Rooney Rooney scored scored his his fifth fifth goal goal of of the the season season and and first first in in twenty twenty five five games games at at five five fifty fifty six six of of the the third third putting putting the the wings wings ahead ahead for for three three on on the the ferry ferry

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Caller: What if the NFL Hires Someone Who 'Identifies' as a Minority?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Caller: What if the NFL Hires Someone Who 'Identifies' as a Minority?

"I've got simple solution for this NFL thing. I'm ready. All I have to do is hire someone that identifies as a female. Or black, what can you identify as a minority? Because let me tell you something, the benefits I'd get if I were a minority big mouth on the radio, there'd be no stopping me. None. But if you had a biological male that identifies as a female, does that count? I don't know. I mean, I'm as baffled as you are. I'm so confused by all of it. Now, Derek is confirming. I don't see it as in the article you sent me? NFL, currently the Internet. I don't see in the article, but apparently Ignacio was right. These coaches are being paid from a league wide fund. Why doesn't the team have to pay the coach? So that the league can brag that we're all about the minority hires. The NFL went, where does it say, Derek? Spanner provide I remember, I don't see it. Defensive coaches, oh, here it is. The offensive assistant coaches who will be female or minority will be on one year contracts and be paid from a league wide fund. That's funnier than the patronizing idiotic condescending process of hiring somebody in the first place in a category that checks a box. The coach, the team doesn't even have to pay them? Why would that be? Well, probably because people like Jerry Jones are going to say, I ain't hiring her. But the Rooney rule says you must you must

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Caller: Will the NFL Create a Minority Quota for Fans?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | 8 months ago

Caller: Will the NFL Create a Minority Quota for Fans?

"I was thinking, 'cause this whole thing with the NFL, you do know that this is not only crazy, but the league is aimed for the employees. So I guess they're not team employees, but league employees, because it seems like the flip the bill, but if they're worried about inequality, why not go after a season ticket holders? Why not say, hey, we need more minority season ticket holders. We need more minority fans. Are they going to start limiting? What about players? What about players? Is there going to be a quota for players on the field? I mean, this is, but when I go back to your first point ignition, the league is going to pay for the league doesn't pay the coaching salaries. The teams do. Let me write, but the article, the article states that the league itself is going to pay for these guys. I don't know that that's true, but you might be right. Let me check it. I'll find out because I don't think that's true. I think there are forcing since 2003 NFL teams. I'm reading here from ABC News dot com. Since 2003, NFL teams have been required to interview at least two minority candidates when hiring for prominent positions through a policy known as the Rooney rule. But the policy was newly expanded to include women on all levels. Diversity committee. I don't know why the league would pay for an offensive coach other than to say, well, we'll pay for the black guy. We'll pay for the Hispanic. We'll pay for the woman offensive coach. Wow.

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NFL Says Each Team Must Hire Minority Offensive Coach

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 8 months ago

NFL Says Each Team Must Hire Minority Offensive Coach

"You got to hear this package. From ABC News. And the NFL has announced new rules to guarantee more opportunities for minorities and women. This comes after former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores filed a lawsuit against the league and three of its teams for racial discrimination. Trevor alt has more from outside NFL headquarters in New York. Hi, Trevor. Diane, these are really big changes from the NFL as the league has been facing increasing scrutiny and pressure from a lot of people who say they're minority initiatives simply were not doing enough and so beginning this upcoming season, all 32 NFL teams will be required to hire a minority or woman in a prominent offensive coaching position. The goal is to then create more highly sought after a head coaching minority candidates and then ultimately some more minority head coaches, which a lot of people say, there's simply not enough of those right now. This is a substantial expansion of what's called the Rooney rule, which up till now has only required teams to interview one minority candidate before they hired a new head coach. This is also the first time that women have been included. And of course, this change comes as the league is facing a lawsuit from former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores, alleging discrimination in the league's hiring practices, though the league denies those allegations. So I want to get this straight. This black coach feels he got passed over because I guess he's black. Think about that. Let that sink in.

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NFL Teams Must Hire Women or Racial Minorities for 2022 Season

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 8 months ago

NFL Teams Must Hire Women or Racial Minorities for 2022 Season

"That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. What happens on college campuses do not stay on college campuses, goes into corporate boardrooms. Goes into the halls of Congress and also into the owner's association of the National Football League. Breaking out of the NFL's meeting, NFL says all teams must add minority offensive coach expands, Rooney rule to include all women to include women. So every year, in March, there is an owner's meeting that happens

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Brian Flores Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against NFL

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | 10 months ago

Brian Flores Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against NFL

"Most interesting story of the afternoon was Brian Flores. Late last afternoon on the West Coast. It's early evening on the east coast. I'm starting to do my show prep, and I see Brian Flores, who was head coach of the Miami Dolphins for a couple of years, has just unloaded on the NFL. Alleging discrimination against black coaches. And he shot at the NFL and his complaint, and he hit it, but he really took out Bill Belichick. Because Bill Belichick thought he was texting somebody other than Brian Flores. And he was texting, I think Brian did all telling him. Hey, the fix is in. Don't worry, there's the paraphrase I don't have in front of me. Don't worry, Brian, you've got this job, you're gonna get this job. They told me you've got the job. Good for you. You're gonna do great with a giant Brian Florence was in the about to head off to interview at New York Giants land. He had to go through a charade because of the Rooney rule. The Rooney rule requires that you hire at least one African American. You interview at least one African American for every opening for GM and head coach. I think that's the Rooney rule. Now the browns have actually lived by the Rooney rule. They had Hugh Jackson as their head coach. They got the amazing Andrew Barry, who's maybe the best GM in football, both black men who are great professionals. You didn't do so well. But but you can't pretend. And I think Brian Flores, we've got to payday

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Brian Flores says his Giants interview was for show to satisfy 'Rooney Rule'

The Larry Elder Show

01:12 min | 10 months ago

Brian Flores says his Giants interview was for show to satisfy 'Rooney Rule'

"Bill Belichick, the coach of the New England Patriots, mistakenly text this guy, Brian Flores, congratulating him on getting the hit coach job for the New York Giants. The problem is, he didn't get the head coach job for the New York giant. There's another guy named Brian. So he takes the wrong guy, and by the way, it was three days before this Brian interviewed for position with the New York Giants. Apparently, complying with the Rooney rule, meaning they'd already decided who they wanted to hire. They already were going to hire another guy named Brian. Brian Belichick didn't Bill Belichick didn't know that. Congratulated this guy for getting the job. Three days before he applied for the job, interviewed for the job, which apparently had already been given to somebody else. Now, in the lawsuit, he says, I'm standing up against systemic racism in the NFL. Says this, the league is rife with systemic racism and it is akin to being run, he says, like a plantation. The Colin Kaepernick draft the skies complaint.

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Fired Miami Dolphins coach sues NFL, alleging racist hiring

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 10 months ago

Fired Miami Dolphins coach sues NFL, alleging racist hiring

"The the the the former former former former coach coach coach coach of of of of the the the the Miami Miami Miami Miami Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins is is is is suing suing suing suing over over over over alleged alleged alleged alleged racist racist racist racist practices practices practices practices in in in in the the the the NFL NFL NFL NFL Brian Brian Brian Brian Flores Flores Flores Flores was was was was fired fired fired fired by by by by the the the the Miami Miami Miami Miami Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins last last last last month month month month now now now now he's he's he's he's filed filed filed filed a a a a lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit in in in in Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan federal federal federal federal court court court court seeking seeking seeking seeking damages damages damages damages against against against against the the the the NFL NFL NFL NFL dolphins dolphins dolphins dolphins the the the the Denver Denver Denver Denver Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos and and and and the the the the New New New New York York York York Giants Giants Giants Giants the the the the lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit alleges alleges alleges alleges that that that that the the the the league league league league discriminated discriminated discriminated discriminated against against against against floors floors floors floors another another another another black black black black coaches coaches coaches coaches denying denying denying denying them them them them top top top top positions positions positions positions and and and and creating creating creating creating a a a a segregated segregated segregated segregated system system system system to to to to profit profit profit profit from from from from the the the the labor labor labor labor of of of of NFL NFL NFL NFL players players players players Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's Mike Mike Mike Mike Tomlin Tomlin Tomlin Tomlin is is is is currently currently currently currently leagues leagues leagues leagues only only only only black black black black head head head head coach coach coach coach the the the the lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit alleges alleges alleges alleges Flores Flores Flores Flores was was was was treated treated treated treated badly badly badly badly by by by by dolphins dolphins dolphins dolphins owner owner owner owner Stephen Stephen Stephen Stephen Ross Ross Ross Ross after after after after he he he he refused refused refused refused an an an an offer offer offer offer for for for for one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars a a a a game game game game to to to to take take take take during during during during his his his his first first first first season season season season to to to to secure secure secure secure the the the the top top top top draft draft draft draft pick pick pick pick Flores Flores Flores Flores claims claims claims claims he he he he was was was was forced forced forced forced to to to to sit sit sit sit through through through through sham sham sham sham interviews interviews interviews interviews with with with with the the the the Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos in in in in the the the the giants giants giants giants so so so so that that that that the the the the teams teams teams teams could could could could appear appear appear appear to to to to conform conform conform conform to to to to the the the the Rooney Rooney Rooney Rooney rule rule rule rule created created created created to to to to give give give give more more more more opportunities opportunities opportunities opportunities for for for for minority minority minority minority candidates candidates candidates candidates in in in in a a a a statement statement statement statement released released released released by by by by his his his his attorneys attorneys attorneys attorneys Flores Flores Flores Flores says says says says the the the the need need need need for for for for change change change change was was was was bigger bigger bigger bigger than than than than his his his his personal personal personal personal goals goals goals goals and and and and that that that that in in in in filing filing filing filing a a a a class class class class action action action action complaint complaint complaint complaint he he he he hopes hopes hopes hopes others others others others will will will will join join join join him him him him in in in in standing standing standing standing up up up up to to to to systemic systemic systemic systemic racism racism racism racism in in in in the the the the NFL NFL NFL NFL the the the the league league league league says says says says the the the the claims claims claims claims are are are are without without without without merit merit merit merit I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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How AJ's Mother Got Him Hooked on Gossip

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:09 min | 1 year ago

How AJ's Mother Got Him Hooked on Gossip

"When I was a little boy, my mother never read me children's books. She read me the gossip pages from the four dailies. We had delivered to our home. And as she licked her thing is through the pages of the New York Post, the daily news, the Long Island press, and newsday, she exposed me to a world that I knew I had to be a part of. Now, what could a little boy possibly have in common with Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli, Tom Jones, or Cher? Well, apparently everything. To me, those big names in bold print who were always in the news weren't people as much as they were invitations into a world. I knew I had to live in, or at least visit from time to time. So before I bolted out of the house to play with my friends in the schoolyard, I would sit at the kitchen table with my mother as she read out loud the papers gossip columns to me. Cindy Adams Liz Smith, wrote a Barrett. I love to hear where movie star spent their summers. What films they were making, where they ate, and who they were in love with. And of course, some of the gossip artists would have just fallen flat. Had it not been for the comical side of my father who would sprinkle in some jokes now and then. You know, a simple mention from my mother about, say, Joe DiMaggio would turn into a detailed screed that my father would deliver from across the room. He'd say, he was the greatest ballplayer in the world, ruined by a Hollywood whore. And as soon as my mother took the side of mala Monroe, he digging deeper. Look, the guy goes to surprise his wife with roses on a movie set one day. He gets there. He gets there and sees 5000 people staring at her panties while they're blowing wind up her ass from under a subway grating for half an hour. And that was that, three weeks later, he filed for divorce, and he was never the same man. Is that true, man? Unfortunately, yes, on this set of the 7 year rich. Yeah, she had literally all right, my father would say. And everybody scratched it. Mickey Rooney, you will bring a Tony Curtis brandel Monty cliff uncle mill to even Ruby Rose is scratched that itch. It was my mother who made me crazy about gossip. Without her, there's no gossip column. There's no book. There's no podcast, no nothing. Who knows right?

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Lt Col Dan Rooney, Founder of Folds of Honor, on God Putting the Right People in Our Paths

The Dan Bongino Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Lt Col Dan Rooney, Founder of Folds of Honor, on God Putting the Right People in Our Paths

"News for you I've got a great guess A personal friend a patriot an American hero although he's a humble guy and he'll probably deny it but I refuse to let him deny my friend Dan Rooney who runs folds of honor Dan Welcome to the show Dan thanks I'm blessed to be with you And I'm praying the good lord will bring us lots of peace in 2022 Wouldn't that be an honest amen That's the only thing Yeah I know Your life and we just got to help each other out And I think we can get to a way better place Well you do a lot of that And you know conveniently it was not some setup We read your spot in the last hour You know they booked those way in advance She was like wow this is convenient Here's a folds of honor spot So FOH dot org slash Dan is the link if you want to donate to this amazing charity We're going to talk about now So Dan I was telling the story before the break just on a personal note What a small world how you and Ryan happened to be very good friends and I went to business school with Ryan Another believer believer in the lord a guy who really cares about this cause but I guess that goes to the theory that you know if you want to fail in life surround yourself with bad people If you want to succeed in life surround yourself with good people which kind of speaks to the importance of your charity and getting some of these the children of these heroes into educational institutions where they can surround themselves with success Yeah bro I couldn't agree more And I use this term synchronicity I call it chance with a purpose right Just how everything is connected and God puts people and experiences in our paths and you mentioned Ryan loel and that connected connected us and we broke some bread last night and we're telling Dan bongino stories So there's a great Kenny Rogers song and the title is you can't make old Friends It's a beautiful thing These relationships that we have in our lives and that's really folds of honor you mentioned but it's just an awesome ministry as we head into this holiday

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"rooney" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"rooney" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

"To our podcast. Thank you hello nice to speak to nice to have you and i suppose we should probably start with who are you. What do you do so we know that you are julia rooney. But what is it that you do here at cardiff matt. You're one of our esteemed colleagues. Tell us about what you do Well i work on the youth and cuba programs. So i'm one of the senior lecturers who teaches cohorts of students youth and community work. So we have three different programs foundation program fro students. We have a degree program fro students and then we also have postgraduate programs for our students. all on the theme of youth and community work. So while we're clear obviously over in our world we j- in generally work on the pg see we know people mostly go off to become kind of mainstream secondary or primary teachers. What sort of roles do alumni of your wonderful programs actually ended doing out in the community with the youth. Yeah i mean not so really really good question. Actually tom Using community workers work with young people in all sorts of different satins in all sorts of different contexts both within local communities and across all sorts of different environments. So you might find using community. Workers traditionally work in a youth center or a youth club And these might be an fully paid fulltime members of staff or they could indeed be volunteers But you also find a number of youth workers and indeed we have gotten a number of graduate youth workers who work in the sentence so we have youth workers who work in schools they work alongside teachers on a one to one or a group capacity And we also have youth workers working in schools where they are mentoring or guiding facilitating young people's informal education. We have youth workers who might work in community settings which have opportunities for families in local communities to access we would have youth and community workers who might be working in residential settings. These might be Traditionally what people might have called children's homes and we see a lot of our youth workers work in that.

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"rooney" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"rooney" Discussed on The Book Review

"So publishers weekly wrote an article about calling hoover's recent success broke down some of the numbers pre and post talk before the tech talk influencers discovered it so when it first came out in august between sixteen at sold pretty well twenty thousand copies or so in the first month. That was out but as usually happens. Sales can flattened after that. And you know they've been studied but nothing remarkable and then this year. Twenty twenty one. There was this enormous surge end so far this year. The novel has sold more than three hundred thousand copies just largely through word of mouth. It built on talk and publishers. Weekly also put the audience for books and take into some perspective. There is this now. They call it book talk. Of course there's a term for it their entire Nobles that display books that are popular in talking. It says book talk books according to publishers. Weekly videos that have that hashtag book talk have accumulated a combined eighteen billion views. Wow this really does suggest that there is an audience for books on take talk and it's kind of delightful because sometimes we olds as i will count myself one. We'll think uptick talk as this place. I funny short videos makeup tips. Maybe superficial content. Maybe something more serious but not a place where necessarily people are going to have deep conversations about books or think about longer form content like bucks and it's quite the opposite it turns out there's really big audience on until talk for people who wanna learn about new books. Publishers of course are seizing on this opportunity. They're finding ways to get galleys into the hands of the top book. Talk influencers in are seeing some really big hits come out of it so he carts. We were liars as a wii novel and i'm curious given. The youth of most talkers are many of these books. Books for kids books for teenagers or does it weigh heavily towards adult books. And is there kind of any way that you can generalize about the kinds of books that are taking off.

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"rooney" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"rooney" Discussed on The Book Review

"I guess and yeah. I mean it's sort of a classic sally rini novel in that way. It's all about the relationships in the will they won't they of at all. I think it's clear you're a fan but you did have some criticism of this novel in particular in your review. Tell us about that. Yes i am. Avowed rooney tune at all salad. Rini fans and i did enjoy novel but i did feel a little. You know there are these moments in the novel where alice who's sort of the spokesperson for the writer. She she says writing a novel today as so vulgar like yeah. It seems like a waste but isn't but also isn't important to make art enta- like had relationships aren't human relationships important to an felt a little bit like a dodge view like it felt a little bit like the novel had raised all of these interesting questions about the function of art in an age of systemic collapse in climate change and threats against democracy but instead of really really dwelling in the material reality of those fashions if dodges faints is like but relationships are important because after all we're all human and i you know as a reader i was like yes. That's true but it feels like you're not really answering the questions. You're raising not that a novel knee do that but you know i wanted a little more of a satisfactory engagement at least with the terms of the debate and also sally is so good at dialogue that sometimes it felt like the cleverness was being used to get her out of a jam in a sense to dodge the real thorny questions of class power that are raised by the knowledge. And so yeah. I was a little underwhelmed by the novel's dodging us regarding the moral of its project but as a sally rooney fan you love the dialogue on you. Love the relationships. You've love the great pros in the the great settings and the apartment decoration that's described as a reader left having enjoyed myself but not entirely satisfied..

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"rooney" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"rooney" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"Three and three quarter lengths. But it's not like mischievous alex is bad horse. He's a great one winter and then he was beaten by basin by only a length in the sir shackleton so he's had some good runs in in stake races at gulfstream shipped up to laurel for the first time leaving florida since he ran in an allowance at saratoga in the earlier in the middle part i should say of history old campaign so i definitely like what i've seen from frosted grace at gulfstream and i felt that it was worthy to take a shot against favorites in this race. I already said my pick in the princess. Rooney is going to be hiawatha. Eric's pick is going to be laura's light The southern california turf really turned dir. Turn dirt sprinter industries. This is going to be her first. Start on a race. It is not going to be a turf. Stay coming off turf definitely very interesting to see how she shapes up in here And obviously my pick is hiawatha. The favorites will likely be a steeler talent so and pacific ale with probably getting some name value. Play in here as well but i think the favorites are beatable. So i'm going to be seeing against them now. We're gonna move onto race number nine at belmont park on july fourth independence day. And this is the manila stakes. This is a very competitive stake. Race at a mile at belmont park. And you know this is a race could end up going all over the place There are some notable horses in here. That will likely take a lot of money. You have annex is a multiple stakes winner and then also public sector who had a really nice allowance victory in his second back near second. Start back off very long. layoff For trainer chad brown. It is worth mentioning the horse city loss to in his comeback allowance off the layoff from the breeders cup. is a horse. Who both eric and i do like in. That is safe conduct so you know public sector only has one bad start in his career and at the end of the day running bad into breeders cup. Races always something that a-3 especially as a two year old and a breeders cup races always something that a three year old can overcome but a both of us are going to be trying to beat the favourite in here. We're actually going with the same horse and that straw into gold four trainer christoph lamont to this is a war. Sue has been very good against new york bread company. This is a horse who hasn't tried open company in his career but he has been very good in history starts against new york breads. It will only loss was ahead loss in a state going or an allowance. Excuse me going a mile at belmont park so this was certainly has a lot of upside for him. I think he could stay around that four to one. Maybe go higher depending on how much money the two favorites take in here. But regardless of that both myself and eric are going to try to beat him in this race. Moving onto race number ten. I already talked about that. My pick eric's pick is also going to be forensic fire in this race and now we're going to move onto belmont park on sunday. There's a pair of very interesting stake. races I will have a preview for the great three dwyer as i already talked about and looking at the other interesting race on this card it is the grand couturier stakes. This is a mile and a half turf race. And if eric was on here today eric would how the perfect opportunity to go on a vigorous defensive cathal once again. I don't have the undying loyalty to guff. Oh that eric has so. I will be looking against cafo in here. I have not been a fan of the to ride. Since y'all rosario has put on dafoe he gets back dafoe in this race. Oh i'm gonna look against him. I i'm looking for an upset in here and i'm going to go back to an angle that has been used on the show several times before and that is tied of the sea of for trainer mike maker. I'm looking for some speed in this race to potentially be able to carry in here other are a couple of other horses in here. That do look like they could show some speed. but i'm going to hope that tied to the c. Is going to be able to get to the lead. He's done it before in a great state going a mile and a half now albeit. This isn't graded but you get the idea. He's done it before in a steak going mile and a half. You did that in the wwl mcknight. And then he ran a very good second in the mac drama at gulfstream park when that race was a merry go round. He trailed the horse who led the hallway and he was second the entire way around the track so he's had a couple nice races his running. The alcorn left a lot to be desired. But i think that he's better than that effort and then he ran last in the belmont gold cup. I don't think he wants to miles. He's horse at wants to go very long distance. But i think even two miles is a little bit too long for him. So i'm tossing out the belmont gold cup and i think he's better than the alcorn and at the end of the day. I'm also kind of reaching to try to beat some of the higher lower. Excuse me lower priced horses in here. Because they don't really love anyone else in this race moving onto the dwyer this race. At least for me really isn't too difficult. I captain has been very good in his first two starts. I have been expecting a lot of big things from him. I think that we're going to see some nice runs from him up at saratoga in the later part of the summer and this is only this is only going to be the first step towards some of those stake races at saratoga. So he's going to be my pick. I don't have the pick from eric for this race. But i assume that that he will be joining me on first. Captain would echo the sentiments. That i have for him and then the final race that we have to get to is another race for fillies and mere sprinting. And that is a great lady. M stakes at los altos. This racist headlined bike mean. And frankly i don't really see a reason. Gombeen loses his race. So i certainly will not be going against her. She will be my pick and here a aside from everything else in here. You know there are decent horses. It's a lot better than i was expecting this race to be but at the end of the day You know this isn't going to be too too great of a field outside of gasoline and the number four horse edge way so the last part of this episode was a little bit abbreviated again. I had to do the last twelve or so minutes of this episode solo. Eric will hopefully be able to join us next week. When we will be previewing. The grade one belmont derby and belmont oaks very excited for those races Those those races look like they're shaping up very well we will have to previous for both of those definitely. Make sure to check out the youtube previous that. I have for some the breeders cup challenge races to get my full thoughts on these races. We'll see you next week. Have a good one and if you are playing these races..

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