35 Burst results for "Rudolph"

Bergeron gets 1,000th point, streaking Bruins beat Lightning

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Bergeron gets 1,000th point, streaking Bruins beat Lightning

"The Boston Bruins extended their win streak to 7 straight with a 5 three road win over the Tampa Bay lightning but trees bergeron notched as 1000th career point as a Bruin assisting on Boston's fourth goal of the game by Brad marchand It means even more when it's a guy that I've been has been on my side for such a long time and has such a big impact on the team but also on my career Nick Paul scored Tampa Bay's first and third goals the bruins answered with tallies from David crece Nick foligno Charlie Coyle Marshawn and David pasternak Rudolph bolsters also scored his first as a lightning Tampa

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Why AJ Can't Like Maya Rudolph Anymore

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:53 min | Last month

Why AJ Can't Like Maya Rudolph Anymore

"The other day, I came across what seemed like a meaningless article. It was a former SNL player, Maya Rudolph, looking back on how David Letterman made her feel embarrassed and the key word here is humiliated because he mispronounced her name Maya instead of Maya. But now it is Maya and it's not Maya. Like the whole Demi Demi bullshit, this is back in 2009. Her first appearance on Letterman. I let this article. I'm like, what's wrong with this asshole? I always love her comedy. I think she was brilliant on her SNL years, but I said to myself, shit, now I can't like her. But I thought four or 5 days ago, this is too small a story. To bring up on this show, I'm always getting mad. I'm always telling people anger I am. Maybe I could just bypass this one, I just thought it would go away. But it didn't go away. Nothing just goes away today. And once some Internet slews picked it up, they began to let her have it. And mindfully so. But can you imagine, did you see this story when it first came out? She said, he said my name wrong. And I just sat there. I grew up my whole life in love with him, and now my heart is broken. I'm sitting here embarrassed and humiliated. I didn't know how to come up with something funny to say? My public persona muscle wasn't destroying yet. Public persona must I asshole. And by the way, David Letterman quickly apologized. And said her name the correct way. It was a brief moment in time.

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Carter Verhaeghe scores twice, Panthers beat Flyers 4-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Carter Verhaeghe scores twice, Panthers beat Flyers 4-3

"Carter verige scored twice against his former team and the Panthers used a two goal third period to beat the flyers four three for he gave Florida a two zero lead scoring twice two 22 apart in the opening period We got a couple early ones and it was nice to get on top right away at home Rudolph's balsas put the cats ahead to stay and Sergei bobrovsky stopped 31 shots in the Panthers third win in four games Josh Maher also scored for Florida Travis connecting James van reem steig and Nick sealer provided the flyers scoring Felix sandstrom turned back 31 shots for Philadelphia which has fallen behind in each of its first four games before tying the score I'm Dave ferry

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Caller: Today, Evil Is Loose in New York City

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Caller: Today, Evil Is Loose in New York City

"I live in New York and living here my whole entire life, 66 years. So I know when it's been good and when it's been bad and I lived through all of this, what I see, how happening in the streets is that the evil is loose, there's no restraint on them because they feel like they're complexion is that protection and they do whatever they want because once they get in front of the judge and the prosecutor or whatever, they play the victim card and then you got the little legal aid hugging them and robbing them and it's sickening. It's sickening. There's no discipline. There's no restraint. And Kathy hochul. She's just, she don't care. She don't have to live a day by day. She don't have to take the subway. So you don't have to walk the street, looking behind the scene, who's walking around with a freaking pipe who's walking around with a freaking axe. She don't have to live this way. It's terrible. And you say yes, back in the days, the people came out and they voted for common sense, Rudolph Giuliani, but tacky those people are gone. They moved away. You know, you know, Kathy, I have got to talk about on a personal level. You have to understand something. As a kid in Ohio, I dreamed of living and working in New York City. To me, it was like going to Oz. Getting to work and live in New York City was like visiting Oz, it was seeing the best in the world, the best restaurants the best theater, the best professional sports. There was nothing like getting to New York for a broadcaster. Kathy and it breaks my heart to say this. I can't get out of here fast enough.

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"rudolph" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:58 min | 5 months ago

"rudolph" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry Rudolph, you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio, my extra special guest this week is Jonathan Miller. He is the cofounder and CEO of Miller Samuel, a real estate appraisal and data analytics firm, some really interesting data points came out. This week, existing home sale prices hit a record of $407,600 in May. And at the same time, home sales declined 3.4% in the face of rising interest rates, is it sort of contradictory that prices are going up even as sales decline, or is that more about the mix of higher end homes and lower in homes? So I think it's more about the lag in closing information versus actual autograph contract activity. If you can think of home price trends at the caboose on the end of the train, I always use this analogy, even though there's no caboose on ends of trains anymore. But really the initial impact you should really for trends you should be looking at sales heading home sales contract activity in general. And then new inventory entering the market. That's much more fluid and in front of the prices occur after the dust settles. So for example, we publish monthly research in four different regions of the country. And new signed contracts were already beginning to cool back in March. And eventually that leads to an uptick in listing activity, which then eventually levels off our cool sales. So I don't think the prices rising is a result of a shift in the mix towards higher property. I think it's really just a lag in the actual data itself. So where are we in this housing cycle? I noticed that more supply is coming online. There was a great chart the other day at calculated risk, showing the most single-family home completion since I think O 7 is like a well over a decade, are we seeing that many more new homes and existing homes come on the market as supply or is it really just been down so long it looks like up to me? I think the latter so the way to think of it and this is my analogy just using my hometown in Connecticut. My town saw 200 listings pre-pandemic for the prior four or 5 years plus or -20 listings. But it was straddling the 200 threshold. A year after the pandemic, there were 50. Wow. And so you look at and go, wow, that's a real drop. And then the beginning of the year before the rate increases, there were 12. And so that's where I would call the clap. So now, inventory has quadrupled. So there's 50. It's still 75% below pre-pandemic levels. I look at that and say, yeah, inventories rising and that's a good thing, but I don't know if people are realized how insanely low inventory became our began. And one of the things that I think is going to be apparent in the coming year or two is that we have probably built too much multi-family rental product right now it's all sort of responding to this surge in rental prices, but part of that search and rental prices is because the surge or the rising rates are just the fact that lenders are not fast and loose that they are not going to have a banking crisis on the other side of this because lenders are tighter than they were in the decades prior to the housing bubble. And so people that don't qualify. They tip into the rental market, right? I mean, they're not, we don't have we don't have financial engineering like we did in the mortgage world. Circa 2005, 6. What a funny coincidence that mortgage lenders were much looser before the housing crisis. I mean, you know, sometimes these coincidences are just just amazing. Amazing. And since the financial crisis, it's become much harder to get a mortgage and I'm not talking about all day or subprime. I mean, prime borrowers really had to jump through some hoops in the years after oed O 9, is it still that tight or as things normalize it a little bit? So the way to look at it is underwriting standards, mortgage underwriting standards during the housing bubble, you just had to have a pulse or fog your mirror. In the year subsequent, it has the restrictions have deteriorated, but we're still not on par with sort of pre housing bubble era lending standards that lending is generally more conservative and there's less sort of maybe on the margin, but there's really less sort of alternative workarounds for financing. I think it's much more sophisticated. I think some of the restraints with Dodd Frank have helped to a certain degree, which makes us in a much less vulnerable vulnerable position. But that has helped create much more tightness in the rental market in general. And I think we have this large response and multi-family rental development being created and I suspect over the next year or two that that's going to be it's going to be apparent because people, when they look at the rental development being created, there's assumption of more units, lower rent, but just like new home construction, new rental construction SKUs to the upper half of the market. It doesn't address the entire market. So you're creating a lot more rental units, but you're creating not necessarily the right distribution of rental units. And I think that's the challenge for the rental market going forward. I was just going to say just in New York, we report every month the rental. Rental market and in Manhattan, the median rent was $4000 cracking the 4000 threshold. For the first time in history, average rents are just shy of 5000 a month at 49 75. And 49 75 is still at all time record. And we're not even to peak leasing season, which is in August, the rental market sort of peaks at the end of the summer. And so there's still a lot of pressure in the rental market going forward over the, you know, whether or not we have rising inflation. It's very tenuous. And this is not unique to much of the U.S.. Really quite interesting. Coming up, we continue our conversation with Jonathan Miller, CEO and cofounder of real estate appraisal and analytics firm Miller Samuel, discussing the state of real estate appraisal today. I'm Barry Ritz, you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio. Bet

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Andrew Giuliani, Son of Rudy, Is Running for Governor of New York

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Andrew Giuliani, Son of Rudy, Is Running for Governor of New York

"I warned you that I would have a Giuliani as my guest today. I wasn't making it up. Here he is. Andrew Giuliani Andrew welcome. Eric always great to be with you. I got to say my interview with your father, mayor Rudolph Giuliani. I don't know, a month or two ago. It was so much fun. People just loved it. And I knew I've loved your father for decades and stuff. I only got to meet you a few months ago, but I'm happy to say that you're running for governor of New York. And the reason I'm happy to say that is because as I've gotten to know you, I've gotten really enthused because there are a lot of people that maybe they're on the right side of some issues or whatever, but there are very few people that I think have the zeal, the fire, the joy. To run and to win and to be a good governor and because I've determined that you do, I'm particularly thrilled to have you on the program. Well, you know, we met probably about ten days, two weeks after my daughter, my first child, daughter, my daughter, grace's birthday. And I got to tell you, you are the first book that was ever signed for my daughter, grace. But that brings up really what we're doing this all for. And I have to tell you, every single time that I look in her eyes or give her a kiss and see that toothless grin, I realize what we're doing this all for and it gives me conviction every single day to make sure that we're fighting for New Yorkers. And we're fighting to make New York a better state. Unfortunately, you know this well, Eric, we're leading the country now migration, their whole lot of reasons why. Okay,

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Spurgeon scores in OT, Wild beat Sharks to take playoff spot

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Spurgeon scores in OT, Wild beat Sharks to take playoff spot

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"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:09 min | 9 months ago

"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Let's pull up a bridge. Let's pull up one of those rich. You're in the seat right now. It's nice flex that you're not also going through security there. That looks like a nice FBO. Out there. That's how you travel. I'm sure. On the PJ. Yeah. You step off the step off the thing. That's me. It's feet never touch the ground. That's me. No, I don't do play by play. I'm a studio. Different, different. Different way of traveling now in the NFL. But very nice. What do you got on today? What are you wearing today? We got today. Together. Thank you. You're welcome. Yeah, some zany islands and some jeans. Okay. Nothing too crazy. I love it. I didn't want to make you want to be relatively casual. You can feel the heat from the cheeks over here. He's very uncomfortable talking about this. To feel the heat from the chase. It's tough to stay humble when you're stumped. And when you're stunting on the rich eisen show, right? No, mason, the more you mention them, that's the more packages that come to the crib in a few days, you know? There you go. Some free pub, you know? What restaurant? Is that the one we were thinking? I just remember it. What are we talking about here? A restaurant. Let me answer from Pittsburgh. Yes, we've talked about a restaurant earlier and all. Great spot. Wow, here goes mason. Here he goes. He's not, I mean, he's from Altoona. You know what I mean? Well, he told me Pittsburgh. Well, yeah. I was born and raised in altuna. I grew up in Pittsburgh because I liked the scene. And I moved to LA. When you say what does that mean is you'd like to say I've said it before. So he says he's from the east coast. Do you consider Pittsburgh and east coast town? It's from the east. South Carolina who went to the heartland of this country before starring in Pittsburgh PA. It's east coast. Time zone. Eastern Time zone. All right, so I don't know what we've accomplished with my Instagram account other than the fact that I need to be more aesthetic. I don't know what that means. It's my life. If it's not aesthetic, I mean, okay. You only get one of them. Also, mason, be honest. Nobody is taking down any of your Oklahoma state records for a long time, right? Oh, I don't know. Well, the kid there that Spencer has done a good job. So I think he's got another year, so he may be, you know, I don't know. We'll see. But you've doubled him up and passing yards. I mean, don't be humble here, bro 13,600 career yards. You're 4400 clear of Brandon whedon and 92 career touchdown. Yeah, we kind of had the two years because he played baseball. That's right. Yeah, he's also what he was 35. When he graduated. I think. Thanks for coming in, man. I appreciate it. I hope you enjoyed the experience. Yeah. It's great. Okay. Thank you. Very good. Good luck to you. And in your competing and latrobe. Thank you. Okay. Is that what they've told you? You're competing for this job? Yes, that's what they've told me. And that's the way I'm going to approach it. Okay. Thanks, mason Rudolph. Congratulations on everything going on and you being as aesthetic as you are in person as you are in your industry. So you are the you are the epitome of I appreciate that. Thank you, sir. Greatly appreciate that. That is mason Rudolph here on the rich eisen show. Okay, we're back with more on this program in a moment, don't go anywhere. Back here on the rich eisen show 8 four four two O four rich is the number to dial. Okay, so our guests are done for the day. And during that second hour, deshaun Watson was introduced as the new quarterback of the Cleveland Browns. And while I was interviewing Deion Sanders and interviewing Christian Kirk an hour, number two of this program, I kept looking up and I kept seeing the video on the screen. The live shot on the multiple networks covering it, my own and my former one, NFL network and ESPN. And it looked like a funeral. It didn't look like anything of like, we're introducing the biggest acquisition in the history of the team. It did not work. We didn't look like we're introducing the highest paid player in the history of the game. It was not a happy moment. We are an introducing the newest member of the community that you're going to love to meet. It didn't look anything like that. It looked like a funeral. And part of that has to be because deshaun Watson hasn't said a word publicly. Like you forgot what his voice sounded like. A lot of that may be forced by his lawyer to don't say anything. But it's also, you know, hey, the situation that you have created that has been created around you, but you also let the void be filled by the one question that I keep coming back to and I'm somebody who is all team Desean Watson from the minute he started playing at Clemson to the minute I got to interview him to the minute I first met him to the minute I started watching him do what he did when he showed up in Houston and gave his first paycheck to the people who were ravaged by the hurricane and the damn near blue the town down. Flooded them out to everything that he did in every single way that he conducted himself and absolutely on team deshaun Watson when he said I don't want to play for the Houston Texans anymore because I don't like the way things are done around here and then all holy heck broke loose with all of the civil suits that were slapped on him and all of the questions about his criminal liability that have been out there all the way up until last week and this week when two different grand juries, two different. Entities had an opportunity to leave him criminally charged and both declined to do so. And with all of this, there's always been one question that has remained for me that I said earlier in the week, I hoped would be asked at his press conference and apparently it was. Why, so many masseuses. Why? 'cause it goes to a lot of whether these civil cases are viable. Why? What's up with that? I know so many athletes. When somebody touches their body, it's a temple, like you've got to know their body. You've got to know them. They have to know you. This is the way it works. And when you find somebody who works on you and gets it right,.

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"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"No, I'm not proud of that. I'm actually, here we go. Favorite crown. Start bench cut, crown jewels of England, crown royal whisky, or The Crown of your own helmet. Mason Rudolph. You start bench or cut one. Well, you know what I'm cutting. We're starting, we're starting crown. We're starting crown royal. Crown royal is a start. Okay, and we're benching jewels. And we are cutting the helmet as we said. Yes. That was good. You've been approved that one, you get for the cap. Just wanted to throw that one out. The great stark bench. That was very good. Very good. All right, so now you came out of the green room and you heard my conversation with Christian Kirk an hour number two about Instagram. Because he was saying that he's all about the aesthetics of his Instagram. I don't understand what does word, right? Because my son uses it all the time. He's like, he said, that's so aesthetic. This is aesthetic and what have you. I don't understand. Did you get a good definition? Just pleasing to the eye. Okay. Anything that may be pleasing to the eye. But it's my photographs. I mean, how does one think you're pleasing to the eye? I checked out your profile. You had some GQ material in there. Do I? You had some soup pictures that you were, you know, you look sharp. Okay, thank you. That's why I asked you what, you know, what design are you wearing? Okay, thank you. So you look like a Tom Ford guy. Actually, now that you've asked. Brunello cuccinelli. What about you? Because you see your Instagram because I knew that you were going to be busting my balls about mine. So I looked at yours and it's a lot of you coming off of the plane. It would goodwill. What is it? Goodwill. What does that mean? What do you mean? The goodwill store where you go and you buy old stuff. No, sir. You look outfitted. I'd say. I mean, this one, if you just want to go to mason's page, Rudolph two mason. The 5th one down, you look like James Bond. I'm not gonna lie. The black suit. And the white shirt bag is that. Is that a Gucci or vet? I'd say Louis bag and then I usually, I have some zany, I try to stay in this thing. Oh, here's a look at that, man. I mean, it's looking sharp. Yeah. And let's get rid of that..

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"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Know, we'll benchmark. Okay. And we'll cut KG. Oh my gosh, you can't even cut his own coach. He goes so Gundy, you and Gunn do you still tight? We are. How often do you guys talk? You know, he's very busy during the season. We'll check in with each other. You know, every once in a couple of weeks. Okay, so. Anytime you have a coach, it was the Alma mater played it as Alma mater and played quarterback. I think it was very valuable for me. What is his Molly come from? With that molecule. Where did his mullet come from? And one day he came into practice and had it, and kept working. And I think did you never say anything to him? I did. I liked it. I mean, my nickname from his big daddy. So I'd say big daddy is, I think it's time maybe we get a little trim. Yeah. That's in our hand. And he listened to me, he eventually cut trimmed it. I think he had it my senior year only. I don't know, I'm not sure, but either one or two years, but he trimmed it eventually after I left. All right. All right, next one. Next one. Here's another one for mason Rudolph start bench cut. Best Pittsburgh cuisine. Peppy's number 7, which is the Roth less burger. From anti steak sandwich or Allegheny's sandwich shop roast beef. What do you got for me? Yeah, I got a good bench cut. Start for mayonnaise. That's a Pittsburgh staple. Of course. Love it. Big time favorite. Okay. Pepe's Pepe's rather. Bench and then we'll cut Allegheny. You're gonna cut, okay, you're gonna brush the roughest burger? Have you ever had the Roethlisberger? I have not had it, but I've been to peppy's. Okay. It's great. Okay. So I need to have the Roethlisberger or something. Do you really? Are you just saying that? No, I'm just saying that. No, but it's been epic. Do you know if Ben has been ever had a Roethlisberger? I'm sure he has. I don't know that for a fact, but I would wouldn't you ever sandwich if it was named after you? You know what? I would not if it was not what I'd like. You know what I'm saying? Like they'd have to England. You want input on what the sandwiches. Damn straight. Yeah, of course. What would the eyes and sandwich be? Yeah. Oh boy. Yeah, what would they? What would be the eyes and sandwich? It would have to be some sort of an Italian concoction. It would have to have some red sauce. Man, I have to meatballs of chicken parm with maybe some meatballs on top, like a big old a beef chicken situation. Of course, breaded with the bread. So it's multi breaded. Multi layers of the bread. A lot of gluten. That's my problem. I'm too inflamed. What's.

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"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:47 min | 9 months ago

"rudolph" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"This is the rich eisen show. Live from the rich eisen show studio in Los Angeles. But when it all comes down to it, you gotta wonder. Is it going to be a moment? Rich eisen. Where Tyreke is like, yeah. I'm open and tot would have known that. And then he'll go back to the huddle and think about the zeros in his account. Earlier on the show. From Westwood one sports, PJ carlesimo, pro football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders. Jaguars wide receiver Christian Kirk still to come. Steelers quarterback, mason Rudolph, and now. It's a rich eye. All right, everybody. I'm at number three of the rich eisen show is on the air, our final hour of a very busy week here in sports entertainment, so on and so forth. We're here on the program in Los Angeles, California here on NBC sports on peacock, NBC sports audio SiriusXM channel 85, this rich eisen showed terrestrial radio affiliate smart enough to have us. Everyone listening on Odyssey, our YouTube page YouTube dot com slash Richards and show we say, hello to all of you. And I say hello to my in studio gets to kick off our number three, never met. You, sir, but a pleasure to have you here in person. Thank you for having me. Quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers, mason Rudolph, good to see you here on the program. Thanks, rich. Thanks for having me. Good to see you here, man. So what's going on in your world? Do you live out here? In the off season I'll spend some time out here training down in Newport Beach and there's not a bad place to be this time of year at all. Back and forth from pit, so yeah, trying to get better, trying to fine tune some things. Okay. Fundamental wise. All right. Yeah. How do you do that in the middle of March? Just working on things like arm slot, throwing on the run, nuanced things, I think you don't have a lot of time. During the season to always work on the fundamentals, your game plan and your watching film and so I like this time of year to kind of pay more attention to those things. How much better would you be if you get every rep? Every rep. I think it's experience is the biggest teacher, right? So I got a lot of practice reps here, actually. Sometimes he practiced half Thursday, Friday, sometimes. So I'd have the Wednesday Thursday reps to keep myself sharp in case I needed to be sharp. Well, I don't want to put I feel like I might have just put you on the spot a little bit right now. Put me on the spot. No, no, that's okay. No, it's all right. It's all right, because you know I don't want to have you come across the saying that you deserved more reps or anything like that. You just asked me, so I said reps are great. Who wouldn't want reps? Okay. I will take the reps. Look, I would be much better doing we had Trey Lance on the week of the Super Bowl, okay? And he's just like, yeah, if I had more reps, I'd be better. And people are saying you're not, he might not be that guy. What do you think your status is for the Steelers as you and I are sitting here right now? My status is finally having the ability to compete to be the starting quarterback. So I'm excited about that. You know, I think there's a lot to be excited about the pieces around us. You know, we've had some bolstered the O line, got a couple great young receivers. A young running back who's a workhorse. So a lot to be excited about. What's your relationship with Tomlin like? He's had my back, you know, for a long time and we have a lot of informal conversations that are fun. He's a master of psychology. What do you mean? He's got relationships we've all been on teams where coaches are CEOs and they kind of hang back in the shadows and he does a great job of connecting to me asking you, hey, how's your brother doing? Mason and Hollywood house has his acting. So he's just master psychology, as I said. And very personal with this players. Okay. So he's kind of messing with your head a little bit. No, no. We both give each other crap. How do you give Mike Tomlin? He'll talk about on those days where I would get the reps. Wednesday Thursday. Let's go Rudolph this is your day. This is your dental always wear a ball cap and a practice and he'll go through individual period with just a hat on instead of the helmet. And so that's just what we did. We all started wearing ball caps when I got here. Older guys, quarterbacks, and so I'll mess them with the ball cap on just for a little bit. But I'll put the helmet on quickly and you'll say, oh, you got your ball cap on that I root off and you think it's your day. So that's your way of mess. We've got a great relationship. Okay. That's cool. So your brother's an actor? I don't know. He played college football at Clemson, actually, and has been out here in Hollywood for about a year now. What's he doing? He did a movie with lifetime. He did a lifetime movie about 6 months ago this fall and he did a lifetime movie. I did. Can you IMDb is sure. Logan Rudolph. Logan, Rudolph. Give me give me his 'cause I've played various roles. As male reporter and a CSI Miami. What'd you say? He's got a great head shot. I mean, with a killer rivalry, was that the name? Yeah, that's the one here you go. It's in post production. It hasn't come out yet. Does it come out yet? It sounds like a lifetime of a lifetime movie. Like somebody's going at each other. I want the description here. Yes, please. All right, here we go. Give me the Charlie and Annika are volleyball rivals from opposing teams. Volleyball. So it's a killer as a shock. There you go. Not like every year, the two teams pull pranks on each other, but things start to get out of hand when Annika's volleyball partner is found dead. Oh no. Is that Logan? I think he could set up for the murder. But he's not like out front page. He's not the one who goes. He's not some murderer now. No, he's not the victim of saying. He's not the best. He's getting alive. Okay. Can't have mountain 5 minutes. No, we can't. It wouldn't be good. Okay. Yeah? This is great. All right, we'll take a look at that. Fantastic. See, now we're promoting your brother. Here we go. Appreciate it. Okay. You got it. It makes us more about me, right? No, no, it's okay. It's all good. We play a game here called start bench cut, mason. Where we give you three options. You have to start one. You have to bench when you have to cut one. Okay. It's sort of like that. You know what, Mary killed game, okay? You pretty much got that familiar. You're familiar with that from your old Oklahoma state days and things like that. Okay, very good. All right, here we go. Mike, do you have the ability to play this? Because I want to show mason. The lifetime movie, his brother was a killer production value. Okay, go.

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The Center for Security Policy's Michael Waller Talks Russia Strategy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 9 months ago

The Center for Security Policy's Michael Waller Talks Russia Strategy

"Earlier, Mike, you said the president's strategy on Russia wasn't the best. And then he got all sidetracked or derailed with the Russia hoax and Mueller and everything else. You so been living this for 40 years now, fighting communists across the globe. I know he's running, God willing if we do our part. He will be in The White House with no restrictions because second term is the only term he can fill, so he can do whatever he wants. What is the correct Russia strategy? And also, given your expertise, the correct counter ideology mechanism, whether it's Iranians, North Koreans, we need a new kind of active measures working group, at least, don't we? Sure, sure. To deal with not only Russia, but China, jihadists, you name it. So talk to us about the right Russia strategy. The right Russian strategy for now, if we had to have one right this minute, first you create a back channel into people who are around Putin right now, Biden and the World Economic Forum and everyone else have made it so it's impossible for anybody to talk to other Russians without being branded and Putin to it. Everybody's been shut out. Yeah. Okay, so you got to find people who you can talk to who could maybe help us what? Sort of Rudolph Hess kind of moment where we don't know if he was, he was a Hitler insider who flew to UK and the story was he was trying to defect or trying to arrange something separate. We never knew the truth about it, but you need that inside. Inside Putin's inner circle. The only change in Russia is going to come from Putin's from the top circle from the top.

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Svechnikov's late goal lifts Hurricanes past Sharks, 2-1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Svechnikov's late goal lifts Hurricanes past Sharks, 2-1

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As NYC Crime Surges, Police Focus Attention on 9-Year-Old Girl Without Vaccine Card

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 11 months ago

As NYC Crime Surges, Police Focus Attention on 9-Year-Old Girl Without Vaccine Card

"City, let me tell you what's going on in New York City right now. Every category of serious crimes, according to New York Post, in the city is on the rise so far this year, with police data showing an increase of 35% in a total increase in crime compared to the same time in 2021. Jessica Seymour, from inwood, Manhattan says, quote, I don't go anytime after dark right now, not safe. All my friends in New York are leaving. Or they are. They stay at home when it becomes night. A guy got stabbed and another guy shot right outside my son's window, said Seymour, whose boy is 7. We have two schools here, and this happens right here. My block has police on it all the time. There are shootings that are drug dealers on our corner right now. The fear is real, crimes are up. So what is the police force of New York City wasting their time doing? What is the focus of the New York police department that of course has our eternal respect after what happened with 9 11, but they've turned into an American version and I do not use this lightly of the Stasi. Play the tape, I'm going to narrate it. So here you have right here at a museum in New York City. That is a 9 year old girl. Now, I'm not trying to racialize this. Her name is jaila. I think she is a black girl. Is that right? So this is a black girl being escorted right there by two masked New York City police department, police officers, all the while crimes, murders, arsons, rapes, sexual assaults, are up, these two police officers are effectively arresting a 9 year old girl. Why? Because she did not have her vaccine papers at a museum. These two police officers now continue and bring the 9 year old girl into a squad car and put her in like she's El Chapo or Eric Rudolph or Ted Kaczynski the uniform. You know, forget the fact that gang activity is up and robbery and murders are up. This is a young black girl that has been put into a police department car and escorted up. Where is Black Lives Matter exactly? Protesting this? Now, what's her crime? Her crime is not being

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Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People say the Internet's a vast wasteland and sometimes there's some proof of that. When we're looking for things to talk about, we're looking for fights to be had. And I'm not talking about politics. I'm talking about the Christmas TV specials that have been on TV for the years. I mean, we can argue over miracle on 34th street or it's a wonderful life for the best Christmas movies. Yes, there are those people who want to talk about die hard. But somebody the other day was arguing about the Christmas specials that we watched growing up, starting the 60s, the Grinch, the Charlie Brown Christmas, Rudolph, all of those rank and bass Christmas specials. And talking about how they're really only two good ones, and that was the Grinch and Charlie Brown. They say if you look at the messages for some of the other ones, especially like Rudolph, they're kind of nasty. They're not very nice, and the message that's sent throughout all of them isn't necessarily say what you will, but it is an interesting thought. I got to agree we did watch the Charlie Brown Christmas special the other night on PBS and the half hour goes by so quickly and when you really stop and listen and watch and think it's powerful and it's fun too

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Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Holiday Specials (MM #3928)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People say the Internet's a vast wasteland and sometimes there's some proof of that. When we're looking for things to talk about, we're looking for fights to be had. And I'm not talking about politics. I'm talking about the Christmas TV specials that have been on TV for the years. I mean, we can argue over miracle on 34th street or it's a wonderful life for the best Christmas movies. Yes, there are those people who want to talk about die hard. But somebody the other day was arguing about the Christmas specials that we watched growing up, starting the 60s, the Grinch, the Charlie Brown Christmas, Rudolph, all of those rank and bass Christmas specials. And talking about how they're really only two good ones, and that was the Grinch and Charlie Brown. They say if you look at the messages for some of the other ones, especially like Rudolph, they're kind of nasty. They're not very nice, and the message that's sent throughout all of them isn't necessarily say what you will, but it is an interesting thought. I got to agree we did watch the Charlie Brown Christmas special the other night on PBS and the half hour goes by so quickly and when you really stop and listen and watch and think it's powerful and it's fun too

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Comedy of errors as Steelers, Lions slog to 16-16 tie

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Comedy of errors as Steelers, Lions slog to 16-16 tie

"The Pittsburgh Steelers had two players fumble in overtime resulting in the NFL's first draw of the season as the Steelers alliance played two eight sixteen sixteen tight Ben Roethlisberger did not play for Pittsburgh honoring Kobe nineteen protocol Saturday evening Mason Rudolph started in his place passing for two hundred forty two yards a touchdown and a pick not G. Harris ran for one hundred five yards but Mike Tomlin Steelers are now five three and one this too sloppy to win core fundamental things men you know we didn't tackle well enough throughout the game defensively and then in the most critical moments by we didn't maintain possession of the ball for the lions and head coach Dan Campbell is the first on loss of the season Detroit ran for two hundred twenty nine yards and Jared Goff passed for one hundred fourteen more yards the lines are now even one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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The Dinkins Effect Kicks in With the Biden-Harris Administration

The Dan Bongino Show

03:31 min | 1 year ago

The Dinkins Effect Kicks in With the Biden-Harris Administration

"David dinkins for those of you who don't remember the dinkins effect is this and it's kicking in right now with the Biden Harris administration He was the first black mayor of New York City He was a Democrat Eric Adams who's the mayor elect now about to take over for de Blasio is the Democrat as well Is going to be the second black mayor of New York City Again I don't give a damn about their skin color but the left is obsessed with it And is a part of the story The left media in New York He left this media which is basically all of the New York media There was radical left as you'll get They were obsessed with this story about dinkins being the first black man I mean it never stop It was like they didn't want to talk about it It was like dinkins was some caricature of a human being they wanted to be It was all about race so if they never want to talk about who think kids was what he wanted to do it was all about this historic but it just went on and on and he was lionized David dinkins Now again his skin color doesn't matter to conservatives but liberals are obsessed with it Everything to them is skin color The problem we think is was he was just terrible He was just a really awful mayor He was really genuinely bad Crime went through the roof The city economy tanked We had the bond market ready to leave Wall Street head over to London It was a disaster It was a mess This I don't think I can describe to you and paint a picture An awful enough terms How bad the city was during the David dinkins era It was so bad he managed to lose to a Republican many of you know Rudolph Giuliani To have a Republican when the mayorship of New York City which was like 8 to one Democrat the Republican Was an earthquake like we'd never seen before But when you saw and you lived the city and lived in the city Folks it was awful It was in a matter of if your car was going to be stolen Forget about broken into 8 cars were just stolen all the time It was like you came outside and you were actually stunned your car was still there You were like oh my gosh 7 days in a row I still got my car This is crazy It was that bad If you walk down the streets in the 7 5 precinct the three two you know certain areas and even in Staten Island It wasn't if you were gonna be mug that was gonna be like am I gonna lose one tooth or 7 Like am I gonna take a beating on this one or you just give up your wallet We need a matter of fact when you got mugged at the bus stop and people used to steal anything from you Money they'd steal like I used to buy wise potato chips Some guy combined ripped the bag out of your hand like that's just the way it was You didn't even file a police report It was just like expected Hey what happened at a Dan Hey mom my mom's name is Judy Hey Jude I didn't call it Jude I called her mom Hey Jude Yeah I came home They stole my wise potato chips in ten bucks Oh that's it Oh great awesome Only ten bucks today That's how bad the city was How does this relate to Harris Biden Because despite the fact that David dinkins became a God to the left being the first black mayor of New York City Folks things got so bad And turned around so quickly when Giuliani got an office that even the left wing media had to eventually say to themselves it's not because they wanted to do the right thing It's because they wanted to save the liberal movement and the Democrat party They eventually had to acknowledge that dinkins was just

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National School Boards Association Apology Is Too Little, Too Late

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

National School Boards Association Apology Is Too Little, Too Late

"The school board issue has now turned into the defining political issue. Of this year. The national school board association continues in their apology. Now, this is a very important thing. They're not apologizing because they regret what they said, they apologized with the political fallout that has resulted from it because they declared war on moms and dads across the country, asking the government to use the Patriot Act. And here's the most stunning thing that government agreed. Merrick Garland in front of the U.S. Congress, I don't even think he read the national school board association memorandum. We were mentioned in a turning point USA was mentioned in it because of our school board watch list. The national school board association continues with their Friday night apology, we're going to do better going forward. We're engaged in a formal review. Let me just stop. This is like vomit inducing consultant diversity equity inclusion. We're going to do better going forward. It's all like workshop. A formal review of our processes and procedures. Okay, so what was the review of how this came out? Was this some sort of 24 year old Brown educated double mask wearing non binary intern that was like, I'm going to ask the government to use the Patriot Act. Like, okay, that sounds a great idea. What was the process? We will announce specific improvements soon to ensure that there is improved coordination and consultation amongst our staff our board and our members across the country. The review will include not only the procedures or the proceedings leading to this letter, but also other related concerns raised by members, even before the letter was sent. We'll have more to share with you soon after our review continues. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. Thank you. They're not sorry. They're not sorry at all. They are in freefall. The national school board association got revealed as an organization that views moms and dads like Timothy McVeigh Eric Rudolph and the unabomber.

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National School Boards Association Declares Conservative Parents to Be Domestic Terrorists

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

National School Boards Association Declares Conservative Parents to Be Domestic Terrorists

"The national school board group wants biden to use a measure. That is supposed to be about spying on al qaeda isis and legitimate terrorists so it's an organization representing ninety thousand school board officials and they've now asked the white house to intervene against parents who oppose Virus restrictions and the teaching of racial ideology. The national school board association argued this week. That parents are engaged in domestic terrorism. You see that you're showing up to ask questions from your school board. You are a domestic. You are timothy mcveigh you are eric. Rudolph you are. Ted kaczynski the unabomber. You show up to ask questions about why your seven year old is learning graphically pornographic content while your eight year. Old is being forced to be segregate segregated based by skin color which is happening in atlanta. You show up and ask the question why. Crt you're the unabomber they've asked the white house to use the justice department the fbi and the department of homeland security against protesters and as even asked the white house to consider deploying the patriot act against parents and communities leaders who opposed mask mandates teaching of critical race theory

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"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"How do we a big mouth and your character on big mouth for folks who haven't watched big mouth yet. It's interesting big role. Well my character. Connie is a hormone monstrous and she began as the hormones. Just too young jesse a young girl who is getting her period. What why am i so so this is go back to sleep. You get killed in your sleep. Dummy actually yes. The hormone wants. This is really responsible for every hormone every feeling every just the guide to getting you through this time. So she tells you yell at you. T shirts repeat while you cut up all your t shirts you cry. Yeah and then on top of that. She's a monster so she's big beautiful hairy nasty stinky hormonal monster. So she feels everything. She's she's all your hormones in a in monster in sexy monster form did they bring it to you and if they brought it to you when you first saw where you like. What in the world or were you like. Yeah i get it. No they will. I mean technically. They didn't bring anything to me. Because i had started the show. Because i love nick kroll so much and I just playing his mom. Frank arnesen and i were hired to be his parents and so i did a few episodes where i was his mom and then i think early on you know with animated stuff they always throw you fun stuff to do and voice here there and they said nick is doing a hormone monster. Will you do the female hormone monstrous for this episode. And so we tried it and we all went like we. We all loved her she. We soon came to find that her name is connie and they kept writing for her because she was so fun to write for that it was. We were all kind of giving birth to her at the same time so we were all in on. It together fell lake. Did you draw from your adolescence to inhabit the hormone monster. There's i have no boldness in my adolescence. Okay connie's connie is bulls. No i was not thrilled about puberty. And i mean i think i think the nice thing is giving voice to that time. This is something that we all collectively go through individually. So we're all feeling this quiet individual shame and yet everyone is going especially like everyone in your seventh and eighth grade class is going through the exact same time as you are. You know connie is who you want to be. But you're you know you never are so she speaks up for you. She says the things that you would never say but then sometimes she does get you to say. Those things. connie's bolt coty would throw funky moist panties on connie would do a lot more than that with moist panties. Yes most definitely You know. I just keep thinking of that new york times profile view. Like where your god. Which is this amazing. But the writer. It was really great. I was like oh. I make sense. I could see that. I could see that. Will it was cool because she was talking about it from her perspective of growing up mixed in scenes on tv that was mixed in. I really related to that. You know growing up. I didn't feel like. I had a plethora of mixed role models and i fell in love with lisa bonet and i was like i know. She's mixed that grows mix and she's so beautiful like that also the gassing of the cosby show really. Y'all mean that's tv you know and that and that was like that but like my little radar was like i sense something. She's one of us. I'm one of her in like you find those people are like i used to keep a jennifer bills flashdance poster my room. I didn't even know she was mixed. But i'd like i thought she was so beautiful. You know it's always interesting when you reflect on the way that you gravitated towards things as a kid and found these things that you can identify with and it's just like this beautiful like south care that you know you see yourself doing as a younger person. So i really related to what. She was some of the stuff that she was saying in terms of seeing herself in someone on television. I just never imagined that. I would be that person for someone else. So it's so wild to grow up and then realize you can actually do that for someone else. You're someone's lisa bonet okay. What you just said. I'm gonna throw this computer. No one's ever said that to me. I mean i made the nicest thing anyone who were sent to me. Well thank you so much best. What the emmys in such and yeah thank you thank you so nice thank you. Thanks again to actress and comedian. Maya rudolph please come back soon. In the meantime. I will be playing princess on luke all right this week. It's been a minute was produced by unruly sassari andrea gutierrez. Liam mcbain are fearless editor. Is dan hopman. Our director of programming is steve nelson. And our big bosses. Npr's senior vp of programming. On your grandma. And i wanna take a little time now to thank steve nelson. He has been my boss for a few years now and he was the one in charge of making the show come together. He is quiet and patient. And genius and smarts and suffering at puts up with me. And i gotta tell you. I don't think i've ever felt more heard by a colleague. Thank you steve. For always listening. I will miss you but i'll still make you listen to me when i call you all the time for advice all right listeners. Till next time. I'm sam sanders. Be.

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"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Com slash promos for full offer details when i watch you. Take on all of these different roles. You've played lucy. Liu charro jaylo and you just slide into it and it is not any kind of meta commentary on race and performance. You're just like doing the role and it's fun and it feels like you're unencumbered by sometimes with feels like this pressure in the culture to like have something big to say about race or have something big gender. It's kind of just like my office having fun. Yeah and i think that that was also at a time when that was part of what was going on in the world i mean when i worked on the show we didn't have social media faint. God i think it's got to be really difficult to create content and to create comedy in a world when everyone's creating it immediately. I bet that's really hard and not to mention that the constant that's coming with it on a regular basis you know. We used to get letters when people didn't like stuff and lorne would tack them up on the wall museum office like yeah like if there was somebody was really disgruntled about a sketch or something. They'd write a letter and you get a letter and then you'd read the letter and that's the way it was before they could get in touch with you post it you know and then forum started when i was there and then things on so yeah i do feel lucky to have been there at a time when it was a time when you could really embrace the character because that's very much indicative of my personal sense of humor as opposed to doing something for someone else for the wrong reasons. I think. Yeah we gotta talk about big mouth before. I have to let you go because i'm sure you have some other interview to go to. You're busy but i have nothing else to do today for us. Yeah so.

"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"But of all the ones that you've done which is your favorite I i don't know if i have a favorite parent no favorite born. It's hard 'cause it's always relative. Like donatella was definitely one of the big ones for me. I felt that was the first true recurring character than i had. I felt like because it wasn't really an impression. It was a character monitor. Donatella was like this is crazy. I love and so i felt like those sketches. Were really fun. 'cause i've always been such Closeted fashion nerd. So i love getting a chance to like be part of that world and all the fun stuff in it and also just like we just made her into the craziest character possible and like she could do anything she could get electrocuted and keep going and that was really fun. And then getting to play oprah was like i get to be oprah for you know like you get to like speak to people in a way where they like their eyeballs. Look at you differently. Like they're like they're like among there. Were so many things. Like that i think geminis was probably the first leg. Yeah recurring thing. I ever really truly got to do that. Felt like wow. This is really like ours and we have so much fun writing those songs. Those goofy songs. What would what would like your one piece of like my rudolf impersonation advice the one thing. You must remember when you're doing it. What would it be for those that. Want to get better at their impersonations. I don't know that. I ever have felt like an impressionist But i know that my version of a is finding something about someone's personality or their mannerisms or their manner of speech and then taking that and finding the game in it and finding the goofiness or the joy in it. Because i i mean there. There are several forms of comedy. And i've never been a big fan of. I don't like watching comedy. That makes me uncomfortable. I don't like the kind of comedy that like puts people down or make some makes fun of them in a way. That's like look at you. You're a total idiot. I like the. I think it probably comes from a place of life in the same way that kids play and then once i'm able to find something that makes them 'cause like with kamla harris. I wasn't like oh here's my comma harris impression like. I don't know how to do her. But i wanted to find something that felt like what's felt like her to me which was like she feels very cool to me and very like feminine and strong and i just wanted to make her like somebody that you want to be in the room with unity seder tonight. We ask them for questions. How school did you eat. Why are you giving me grandchildren and with that haircut. So i think like there's just more than one way to an impression. Some people are just impressionists. Like they can. Just get the ticks in the vocal mannerisms down like those are all things that sometimes they come and sometimes they don't but i think if you've got something that feels like i don't know i always make the more of a character. I can't generally make them a real person coming up. More maya rudolph. She tells me her. Greatest inspiration support for this podcast and the following message come from carmax. These days shopping for car feels more like online dating with lots of swipes and no matches which is why carmax created the love. Your car guarantee so you can get to know your ride with a twenty four hour test drive before you buy and then take a full month and up to fifteen hundred miles to be sure. It's true love or simply return it for a full refund. Falling in love is easy with the love. Your car guarantee from carmax learn more at tarmacs dot com carmax. The way it should be this message comes from. Npr sponsor. monday dot com. If you're drowning and work instead of steering the ship you know. There's gotta be a better way with monday. Dot com work. Os your team can choose. How your workflow looks that way. You can stay on top of your work and say goodbye to work overload over one hundred and twenty five thousand customers get more out of their workday with monday dot com. So if you want your team to be more effective than ever visit monday dot com slash podcast for your free two week. Trial arrowheads in the walls. I'm wrong teen. I'm random and we're the host of through life. Npr's history podcast and for our special series this month the best of through life you know if we carry on us we have been. This might wind up with listening now to the through line. Podcasts from npr. When did young. Maya rudolph realized that she was into becoming larger than life characters pretty early. I've been doing shows in people's living rooms as long for as long as i can remember. I read that you used to write one girl musicals. Yeah i mean they were one go musicals if i was the only one around usually my friend. Jennifer standard was in them. We would reenact the soundtrack to the movie fame or we would do us dreamgirls or any Sometimes my dog was in there. Were that many actors available. What do you think it was about your child that made you want to do that kind of character. We're so young. I mean i don't think it's any mystery that i saw my mother on a stage and thought that that was normal And not just that but like you know she was commanding and performance. And i just thought she looked so beautiful and so in her element and yeah that just seemed very normal to me Just like anybody. You know seeing their mommy at work would think and me mike. My family's are very funny family. So i was definitely given that imprint of of comedy early on but i don't know why i'm the one that sort of just went down that path. I definitely think the desire to make people laugh. And not cry was a big a big impetus for me. And i was a kid. It was a great way to remove discomfort to disallow the pain of feeling like an other. Because i think growing up. I felt very much like an other. Not why mom not having a mom not looking like anybody else. Having you know different hair than a lot of the girls in my class you know the fill those beautiful bumps and bruises that come with adolescents. And and being mixed i think wasn't as seen and well known and no one was named maya like wasn't like like now people's dogs are named maya so wait who has a dog named maya i won't i won't say here but i do know. Yeah but i mean that's a good thing right. It's like more.

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"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

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NFL Preseason: Dwayne Haskins Has Big Night in Steelers Backup QB Battle

Behind the Steel Curtain

01:37 min | 1 year ago

NFL Preseason: Dwayne Haskins Has Big Night in Steelers Backup QB Battle

"Let's go right. Added with the mason rudolph at the quarterback position. He started the game. Eight for nine. Seventy seven yards eight point six average. He was sacked once for ten yards in a rating of one or two point. Three dwayne haskins comes in sixteen of twenty to one hundred and sixty one yards. Seven point three average one touchdown a rating of one eight point. Three joshua dobbs finishes up five of six thirty yards. Five yard average. He did throw interceptions. Pretty bad one rating of forty seven point nine the passing total twenty nine to thirty seven for two hundred and fifty eight yards one touchdown. One interception in one sack gentlemen quarterbacks. Let's talk about it service. you. Brian go ahead. I thought it was a pretty decent effort. From the quarterbacks i You know the one that one interception by joshua dobbs was was ugly but the guys. I was really looking at of course. Mason rudolph in wayne haskins and i thought they book showed up this week win. Haskins really needed to have a very good showing to not drop out of the conversation because last week was was not great for him and now dave did explain it that you know he was. He was going over the luxembourg. What the defense was getting them this week. He had more chances to throw downfield. He looked solid doing it. He did have that touchdown pass. He led them on a couple of of scoring drives so Very solid game from him. Dave and i were talking before the show on mason rudolph and thought he had a pretty good effort and what killed his drives was basically those

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"rudolph" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"So i think there really is a competition out whether or not it's for the qb to spot or qb three eight. I think that's Remains to be seen. The thing that gets me. I'm i was excited to see what dwayne haskins could do. He loves cautious with the football. Put it that way. He did not want to take the risk. You could see a couple of times. He was looking down the field down the middle of the field. And you just don't wanna make that bad play and put yourself in a hole in this competition. I get it but at some point and this is just my. This is always been my thing and you go back to eighteen. Landry jones will play some in then he would rotate between rudolph and dobbs as to. Who would get in next. I wanna see dwayne haskins. Actually get a look with some of those better players mason. Rudolph was throwing passes to deontay johnson. James washington although he didn't connect chase capable and then when dwayne haskins gets into the game. Who's the throwing passes to matthew sexton. Kevin raider and i don't know rigo was bussey bussey forever. It's it's not the same not dimension. The offensive line is different. If this is a genuine competition in my opinion you're gonna see tomlin. Say do what i just said. In that is we need to give haskins and opportunity to show what he can do with better players. The question i have for you necks is would it look any different. In your opinion if haskins did get a chance better players obviously. I think it would Having those more talented guys if you chase played pool field there's only so many six four four four forty guys in the nfl. So that's going to help I think as the weeks go on. We're gonna see exactly what you did say. The quarterbacks kind of switching up the rotation while kind of the depth pieces are around them kind of stay the same. I in terms of rotation just a quarterback position will be different so i think we will see these guys Kind of rotating around seeing seeing if they work with the top guys better. And what have you whether or not. They might struggle against the better corners. Of course that will see When games kick but as we get deeper in the preseason haired like guys like juju. Smith schuster should get some playing time. Hopefully pat farm us than eric. Hebron get healthy so there will be more opportunities to be throwing these better pass catcher but with it comes the better better. Secondary's better defenses So to a degree it does matter but on the same coin. They are playing against worst defensive players But as long as they still get those opportunities to try to play with a number of different guys. I think that's where the really the root of the competition comes down to so hopefully haskins gets a couple snaps with the ones and hopefully he gets them as early as next week. Yeah now you're on twitter as much as i am during games steelers. Twitter was a buzz. is the hot acri was just boy was thriving. And you know. I'm used to the we. The steelers should trade. Benny smell to the rams for i pig like that would ever happen anyway. There was a government housing. I'm as michael about this. Someone said on twitter. This is all based off of kevin. Raiders pancake walk. On the on the balaj touchdown what if they kept raider gentry infirm youth in cut hebron traded hebron and as a wow. I'm gonna ask michael about that. What do you think about that heartache. You know what that is interesting because it did pop into my mind for a second bud fit the system. Way better like eric. Hebron is not a blocker. and that's what this system thrives on they never made any sense when they signed To begin with except for the fact that he came way cheaper than anyone expected the problem is they added all those void years to his deal. This offseason i think that might throw a wrench in things. I'm not sure if they cut them all sudden all this money comes back onto the books this year or how that works. So i i think contractually. That's a bit of a bit of a hurdle. They'd have to jump eric ronnie. He's really just a big wide receiver. we saw him struggle so much trying to block last year. And all these reports coming out that zach drink gentry's been one of the best tight ends in camp especially when it comes to blocking kevin rader putting guys on their butts pat firm youth catching everything and then holding in all these drills. of course. he's out injured today. But still those three guys are probably fifty offense better. So if that's the the group steelers go with. I wouldn't be surprised by it but there might be some financial repercussions on this year. If they gave eric ronnie acts so hopefully they find figure out a way to train them. I i don't. I don't really know if there's any value there either but the fit is just never really made much sense since day one. Yeah that was just one of those weird things. well actually. That doesn't that doesn't there's onto crazy. That's not any snow for a first job. Picks but Okay the next time we talk actually after the next game. The eagles game. What do you want to see. This is the last topic for alleged. Go what did you want to see the steelers improve upon. And let's assume that. Ben rothlisberger is still not going to play in that week. One preseason game. I figure he's not gonna play until the week to which is the third game for the steelers but if he's going to play what do you want to see improve in any way shape or form for the steelers next week when they go to philly. Oh that's a good question. I think offensively. I wanna see them. Try to establish the run a little bit more. I think they're pretty successful at it today. But nothing. Really kind of eye-popping. They're able to turn the trains over but some bigger plays. That would be nice so that would be more double team blocking getting off to the second level in allowing the running backs to hit the secondary before they get touched. That would be huge especially if they're able to kind of get on that sort of chemistry level before we even get to week one. Dowd be really nice defensively. I think the big one is just the defensive backs covering better They got burned a ton of times as well as the inside linebackers with the old problem of being out on slots running backs just getting picked apart. I'm very worried about spelling yuji three. I'm almost at the point. Where were i'm thinking to myself. Could buddy johnson be the starter in week on because he was the other linebacker. That jazz tabasco. Hopefully those problems can end. When devon bush hits a field. But i wanna see those those second level players on the defense cover a little bit better. That is really the key to the end of this. Preseason and obviously Once the regular season they better have that ironed out. absolutely well. michael mr captain. Blue check mark. I thank you very much for your time. Hope enjoy your weekend..

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"rudolph" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"To the story on july tenth nineteen ninety eight. The roman catholic diocese of dallas texas paid a large settlement two former altar boys who were sexually abused by father. Rudolph costs but no amount of money could ease the pain. The priest had caused one of causes victims. J. lemberger died by suicide at age. Twenty one just before. The lawsuits were filed after receiving the settlement. Jay's father pat said i'm not jumping for joy no matter what they do how much money they give me. It's not going to bring my son back. The limburgers had moved to richardson texas. When jay was only nine years old. The boy was having some trouble adjusting to his new home and his parents thought being an altar boy for their new church all saints catholic. Church was a step in the right direction. They were overjoyed when their son seemed to bond with his new priest. Father rudy costs. J. even seem to have been accepted into a new group of boys who all gathered around costs after school after a while the limburgers even let j. attend sleepovers with the other boys at the priests home. The limburgers had no idea what was actually happening to their son. When jay was a freshman in prep school he started behaving radically and expressed suicidal thoughts even needing hospitalization for a six month stretch at the time. The limburgers were confused by jay's sudden hatred of tennis shoes every time they bought him a new pair jay would mutilate them but after learning of causes predatory acts they realized jay's behaviors stemmed from causes abuse in high school. Jay continued to need counseling. The family felt joy and relief when j after leaving town to work in denver seemed as if he'd shed a major burden he started to express interest in his future and make plans tragically. He died by suicide soon afterward. The first person outside the family they called after learning of jay's death was father costs he even preached at jay's funeral the memory of the priest delivering the homily infuriated the limburgers after they learned of the allegations against him just a few months later it was only after hearing the charges that the unsettling artwork jay had created made sense to them. He had one sketched. A young man bent under the weight of a cross in the background. Another man looked on with conspicuously bare feet while they will never recover from the loss of their son. The limburgers did at least get to see costs suffer consequences for his abuse. He was defrocked by the vatican itself. April nineteen ninety eight. He was sentenced to life in prison following the trial and sentencing. The second in command to costs monsignor robert ray. Kemper tried to shift blame from himself and the diocese to the parents of the victims in court attorneys for the victims argued. That ray kemper should have known. The abuse was going on and prevented it ray. Kemper stated that if the parents of the children didn't realize any abuse was happening than the diagnosis shouldn't have been expected to either today. Calls remains incarcerated in huntsville. Texas at the age of seventy six the public judgments against him and the diocese paved the way for hundreds of other cases involving the sexual crimes of priests but his most significant legacy maybe the loss of the trust and faith americans once placed in the catholic church. His was the first case that really lifted the lid on the depth of sexual abuse within the catholic church of the united states. The judgment led to many positive reforms. Such as prohibitions against secret settlements and additional training for clergy but not everyone believes. Those changes were enough on april thirtieth twenty 2021 father hans solar the president of rome center for child protection spoke to the catholic news agency he said you can have the best guidelines but if the institution does not live up to the ideals that are expressed in the guidelines for example if there are power structures that contradict what the guidelines for safeguarding.

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"rudolph" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The roman catholic diocese of dallas. Texas agreed to pay twenty three point. Four million dollars to a group of former altar boys who were sexually abused by fifty-three-year-old rudolph rudy 'cause welcome to today and true crime a spotify original from podcast due to the graphic nature of this case listener discretion is advised..

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Britney Spears’ Longtime Manager Resigns

CNN 5 Things

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears’ Longtime Manager Resigns

"A source with knowledge of the situation says britney spears manager of twenty five years larry. Rudolph has resigned in a letter to spears father. I obtained by deadline rudolph writes. His resignation was in response to the singers desire to retire. According to court documents britney spears said last year she would not perform if her father remained in control of her estate in a court hearing june. Twenty third spears said under the conservative ship. She was forced to perform. Another hearing is scheduled for july fourteenth.

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Britney Spears' Longtime Manager Resigns

Daily Pop

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Britney Spears' Longtime Manager Resigns

"Get right to britney spears. Her longtime manager. Larry rudolph is out. He says it's been over two and a half years even spoken with britney. Apparently this all had our best interests because he believes she will never perform again. We've learned all this t from a letter addressed brittany's father jody montgomery who are co conservatives. Now larry is with brady over two decades. Do you think this means britney is. I think it means something. I think. We can't ignore. This guy has stuck by her side through thick and thin through all helped build the thought. Break her so sent the fact that he has stepped away is a haze huge signal. One hundred percent agree. I mean this is not the this is not the first time that they've actually parted ways. And i do feel a lot of his decision. Making went into. There is such a storm around brittany right now. People are so concerned with her wellbeing. People are really on the freebritney train. I feel like in good conscious. He could not stand by her represent. Somebody who has vocalized publicly. I do not want to do this any

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"rudolph" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Didn't take him in the first round though. You didn't take him in the second round though you took him in the third round will you still available. Let's keep that. That's keep that in the back of our minds okay. Let's keep that in the back for minds so after the two thousand eighteen. Nfl draft mason rudolph comes in joshua. Dobbs was selected the year prior and here. You have this quarterback depth chart but remember and this is something brute off. Spoke about the other day to media. I wrote an article for behind the curtain about his comments and it was the fact that in his first two seasons in the national football league. He didn't even have a quarterbacks coach. He didn't have a quarterbacks coach. And this is not abnormal for the dealers. They have one of the smallest coaching staffs in the national football league. The randy feeder when he was promoted to the offensive coordinator position the for some reasons for some ungodly reason. I don't know why they would ever do this. Especially when you look at the depth chart you have mason rudolph rookie joshua second year guy. It's not like you have a seasoned veteran. Now landry jones mind. You was still on the team in that training camp. He was the one that was odd man out. However when you look at this you're why would they not have a quarterbacks coach randy feeder absorbed the quarterbacks coach title. And now you have to young quarterbacks that are sitting there saying okay. We're learning the best that we can but we don't have a coach this dedicated to just us. That's important in mason. Rudolph talked about how important it was that he has in two thousand and twenty will get to this. He had what he called. A confidant in mad candidate could help him in his maturation process in the national football league. So in two thousand eighteen with no quarterbacks coach zero statistics he made the team but he never addressed. And you have to understand. I know that a lot of people think the practice is just overblown and kind of the nfl. You're the professional. Football practice. means nothing. I disagree practice in any sport at any level. Does matter in when you're someone that's a third string quarterback rookie mason rudolph. You are seeing the bare minimum as it pertains to practice reps bare minimum and that still back when when ben roethlisberger would get wednesdays off they would say okay. Ben you're not gonna practice. You might throw around a little bit and so he would get more reps on that day but wednesdays are typically light days for nfl teams preparing for the next week. So mason going to go in. And he'll be in there with the backups. Or he's running the scout team in. That's it that's it so we're talking about a third round. Pick trying to get used everything. No quarterback coach and he's trying to kind of wing it. It's that's exactly the best way. I can describe it. So two thousand eighteen ends in. That's all he did. He did had no experience. Outside of the preseason none and limited practice reps to. let's go to two thousand and nineteen. We know that in week. Two against the seattle seahawks at heinz field. Ben rothlisberger just completely blows out his elbow and here real mason. Rudolph is injected into the game. And i don't think he played poorly in that game. If it weren't for dante moncrieff not being able to catch the football stat. Line would have looked a lot better than they probably would have won that football game but nonetheless here's complete season stat line from that. Two thousand and nineteen season ten games played a sixty two point. Two percent completion percentage. That's not a bad number. He threw for one thousand seven hundred and sixty five yards thirteen touchdowns to nine interceptions. He had an eighty two rating. Any had six point two yards per attempt. Now that's important. The six point two yards per attempt based on the fact that when he played he was ridiculed up in down from national media. Pundits all the way down to the local media about how he's unable to push the ball down the field that was the narrative surrounding mason rudolph. Who was essentially a rookie in two thousand and nineteen. He did not play a single snap in the regular season in two thousand and eighteen. So we're talking about a player that even in two thousand and nineteen was getting limited repetitions. The entire season leading up to that week to injury to ben rothlisberger. I'm not here to create excuses for mason rudolph. I'm just stating facts. So when benn gets hurt rudolph gets injected into the starting lineup. To say he was ready is foolish. He was not ready. But then you have all these injuries that happen to mason rudolph in not just injuries. Just crazy chaotic circumstances so we have the concussion against the ravens where he was literally knocked unconscious by earl. Thomas will never forget that game. He was actually playing some really good football in that contest. And i would go as far and i agree with the people that say that it took mason rudolph a while to get over that hit and i don't blame him. I wouldn't blame him for a second. He'll never admit that not at least when he's still playing. Maybe if his career is over he's done and someone asked him. Did that impact you. He might say yeah. I was a little gun shy. I i would not blame him at all if he said. Yeah that hit really impacted me and how i play the game. So he misses a couple of games. Devlin hodges comes in because you have to remember. They didn't have joshua dobbs on the roster anymore and devon hodges actually plays well he wins a couple of games. The most notable was the game in los angeles against the chargers on sunday night football. They end a find a way to win that game and they go to the bye week. And then you have you mason rudolph the myles garrett situation where he just wasn't like i said he wasn't comfortable the myles garrett situation was just awful. It was awful. Every which way in sideways i it literally was one of the most difficult things to talk about. Not just what happened on the field the accusations off the field. Everything about that was ugly ugly. I hated writing about it. I hated talking about it in podcast. After the game. I hated how it still talked about whenever the steelers in the browns play nonetheless you again. This is rudolph's first real action as a starter in the national football league in this is what it comes down to you get not cold knocked out cold at heinz field and then probably about three weeks. Later you get reinserted into the lineup. And all of a sudden you have miles gary ripping your helmet off at the end of the game on thursday night football and beating you with it and then the final his final game his final game not the final game at his final game against the new york jets when devlin hodges was playing so poorly they put mason rudolph back in. He's playing good football again. He comes in. He's seems like he is getting his mojo back and then because of a bad snap. Bj finney. i believe steps on his foot. He ends up getting hit tears his up. His shoulder require surgery that offseason it was a really really poor season for mason rudolph. But i gotta be honest. I don't look at this and save with rudolph's fault earl. Thomas hits him in the head and he gets a concussion. That's not his fault the myles garrett thing. I can't say that what happened. On the field that led to myles garrett ripping his helmet off. My goodness us never imagined that being something you have to deal with especially the accusations afterwards as a player and then the shoulder injury you have to think that mason rudolph at some point in two thousand and nineteen season said what in the world is going on. I mean can this get any worse for a young man. That's just trying to put his stamp on the national football league in the steelers organization and then twenty twenty twenty twenty comes around and that's a different season altogether. And we're going to talk about that more in depth right after this break. State support for this episode comes from locker room the app. That's changing the way we talk. Sports locker room is a sports fans. Dream come true. It's a live audio.

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"rudolph" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

One and Dunne Radio

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

"I star his episode. Talking about the recent news came out of michigan ribaud shin bike ler an apparently he knew about the doctors abuse going on at the university of michigan. I go into the details and then talk about mason rudolph in how his goal is to be the starting quarterback for the pittsburgh steelers which i don't believe in that finally ends show talking about jordan love apparently reports are. He's ready to start week. One is needed. Don't know how feel about that either but all that on the show. Let's go.

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"rudolph" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Who played college football and FS. You spent most of his life in Palm Beach County. He died in the town of Jupiter in September. 2018 at the age of 82, unknown as to why it took 2.5 years for Reynolds is remains to be buried. His niece settled the estates Legal affairs in December. Hurts in good company at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery buried near people like Judy Garland, Rudolph Valentino, Johnny Ramone and Soundgarden's Chris Cornell. I'm Joel Malkin with Florida's news. I'm John. The question came triumphs. I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News. Former president Trump releasing a statement expressing his gratitude for his acquittal and thinking his legal team and supporters the Senate voting to acquit the former president on Saturday. The vote 57 to 43. 10 short of 67 needed to convict seven Republicans voting to convict Mr Trump, among them. Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey to me, says the former president tried quote, dishonest attempts to convince supporters he won and then inflamed supporters here in Washington, D. C. The Senate Minority leader, Mitch McConnell voted to acquit Mr Trump but lashed out at the former president. In a harsh speech. The leader of the free World cannot spend weeks Wondering that shadowy forces are stealing our country and then fame surprise. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called McConnell's remarks disingenuous. Fox's chat program reporting, meanwhile, all eyes turning to the White House to see if the biting administration will still stand with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and light of new allegations of a covert 19 cover up in nursing homes. We did see the governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo here at the White House. He had a chance to meet with President Biden as well as the other governors as they were talking about this covert relief. Package this bill that the stimulus package that the administration has been eager to get past now Cuomo is no stranger to democratic politics. And during the 2020 campaign, then candidate Biden repeatedly praised him over his handling of the pandemic and said So, on multiple times. I think he's doing a hell of a job. I think he has been the lead horse here. I've talked to him frequently. He's a friend. Last month, the White House was asked whether or not they would like to see some sort of federal probe into what's been going on in New York, the White House saying, That was really a question for the Justice Department that they were not going to engage in. Missions like that box is Mark MEREDITH also knew tonight. White House Deputy Press secretary TJ Duck Low, has resigned a day after he was suspended for allegedly issuing a sexist and profane threat to a journalist seeking to cover his relationship with another reporter. America is listening to Fox News. Put the photos since Friday, getting homeless traffic.

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"rudolph" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"rudolph" Discussed on Swarfcast

"It's practical joke in half the time and messing with a glad. I don't have to put up with that time it's nice to. Have you know a couple of jokes in there. The if you don't wanna do it you can put your phone away just work but if you interesting view it gives you a little bit of a community absolutely. Yeah i really appreciate it. This was so much fun extra from today's machining world. This is worth cast. If you like this podcast please subscribe to the show on your favorite app and give us a five star rating and review. And don't forget to tell your friends. Follow us on facebook. Instagram and today's machining world dot com to join our mailing lists read episode summaries and watch videos of extended interviews. I'm newell graph. My occasional co host is. Lloyd graph are managing editor is rigidly done. Our audio engineer is william steffi for information on advertising or to submit an idea for a future podcast follow the contact information at today's machining world dot com..

"rudolph" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"rudolph" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"77 5791125 and 807 7 100 to 5. Yeah, Mason Rudolph says 1% falls. I'm sorry. 1000% falls. Boldface lie I did not and have not and would not own other racial slur. D just let it go there. Do you fight back? Can you look at film and see if anything was said. I've watched the film over and over the NFL's watch the film a budge, they said. There's no evidence of anything being said. You would think someone else would have heard it. They weren't the only two players around. Yeah, And I also think that, um It doesn't matter if you want to go and fight it in court, and I think it ultimately becomes for your own personal pride. Because the story was he called him the n word the people that believe that to be true. Probably aren't gonna change their mind. And if a court found him innocent, I don't think that changes anybody's mind either. The public of the Court of Public opinion has already made their decisions and you suing him and possibly winning. I don't think we'll change anything. So it goes to court and then Year, two years down the road. There's a blurb in a newspaper that says, Oh, Mason Rudolph won a lawsuit. It's not going to do anything for his public image. That's a good point, and they're not gonna be able to prove it anyway. So it's gonna be one dude's word against another dude's word. And who do you choose to believe? Right now? What is the justice that he wants for it right? I don't know who to believe. Myles Garrett seems very sincere and very contrite about what he did, but at the same time doubling down and saying, Yeah, this guy called me V n. Word said he called me the n word That's hard to believe that a quarterback in the NFL Is the NFL's What? 70% African American. I believe. It's really tough to believe that a white quarterback is going to utter the n word out there. I'll tell you, who is not happy is is Mike Tomlin because he's pretty much going on a media tour and he's He's upset Nazi Pittsburgh Steelers coach. Yeah, I got a little bit if you want it. Oh, yeah, please. I took offense to it to be quite honest with you when it first transpired during the season. We don't have a lot of time to pause and fight battles of that nature. We said our piece we were completely cooperative with all parties involved. The Cleveland Brown organization and the National Football League office, and then we had to move on way had another game await nous and when we're to be singularly focused, But when these allegations returned this past weekend, I thought was appropriate that Mason is properly defended. It wasn't thorough investigation done by us in the National Football League. I don't think that that was represented during that piece. Um these accusations are serious, not only in terms of Mesa, Rudolph's character, but his professional pursuits nobody on that feel a zoo member of the Cleveland Browns or the Pittsburgh Steelers corroborated what was said by Mao's guarantee that was founded by US in the National Football League. Strong words very strong, Very strong. I mean, you know he's not gonna He's probably gonna make sure everything's covered before he gets out. Makes such a passionate statement in defense of his player. By the way, it's okay. Not okay. Presented today by Commute Tampa Bay. If you're tired of that dreaded Tampa Eric every single day commute. Tampa Bay makes it easy to find a van pool or a carpool. Improve your commute at commute Tampa bay dot com. I'll tell you more about them and moments. Brad. What's up, Okay or not Okay to sue if you're being called a racist I think it's okay to sleep. But I think I think Garrett is almost forced to lie about this because what he did with that helmet is one of the worst things I've ever seen in a football game. He could have murdered him easily. Sin, and it's just so weird because, like he needs a way to justify the rage that he showed, But but from the vibe that I got He doesn't strike me as a guy who would do that unless there was an extreme reason for it. And that might be the white quarterback saying the n word, You know, I think when the adrenaline's pumping, you're going to do crazy things sometimes, and he knows that swinging that helmet. It's so bad that if he doesn't come up with some kind of reason to justify it, other teams and coaches and his future, his career are going to question if they can trust this guy to have him on their team. He's got to say something crazy to justice by that, because it's not just football, but all sports one of the worst things I've ever seen. Yeah, it visually. It's so it's just shocking to see a player picking up his helmet and going after a quarterback with it. Adrenaline is one thing, but like do you He does. I don't know. What the hell do we know about him? But he just doesn't look like the kind of guy doesn't come off as a kind of guy Who's going to chase a quarterback down with the helmet for no reason. And I mean, this is this isn't just some guy maybe you know will be Signed or not signed here. This is an all pro player. This is a guy who is really good and has a really good reputation around the league. This isn't a repeat offenses type situation. So, um You have to ask yourself. What the hell happened? 7275791125 and 807 71 wanted to five. You really do because he lost it. I mean, he absolutely lost it on the quarterback. And does a guy do that if he's if he's not called the n word. Scott. What's up? Welcome to grab alive. Hey, Thanks for having me guys. I'm gonna say it's not okay. Uh, sue anybody for Words, you know whether it's Myles Garrett suing for somebody saying the N word or it's Mason Rudolph soon for somebody saying he's a racist, you know, but then today is just where it sticks and stones, right. But then Johnson and I wanted to also say, I'm pretty sure if the helmet has a green dot on the back of it. It has a radio to the play calling box upstairs. I believe it's a one way radio. And this is this article that someone just sent me taking a closer look at Miles Garrett's explanation of the Mason route off incident. Goes into detail that he said. Um most quarterbacks where Mike's in their helmets, Garrett said, ignoring the fact that quarterbacks where speakers not microphones in their helmet. So I think it is. Think the middle linebacker on defense can too. I think you have Ah, play caller on both sides of the ball there. Um, but, yeah, I think it's a one way I think you're right there to the thank you. What do you think about public? Some not okay to anybody for the words that come out of your mouth Got you thinking. 77 5791125 and 807 71125 to grovel live below. What's going on, guys? You tell me, sir. Who are you? My name is Ken. Pleasure to speak with you Can we were unpacking the mess in Rudolph versus Myles Garrett situation. Miles Garrett claims Rudolph called him a stupid Edward. Which led him to swing a helmet at the Steelers quarterback May and Mr Rudolph is thinking about legal action..

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