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The Lates in Sports
"AP sports and Mike Reeves, Josef Newgarden won his first Indianapolis 500 passing defending champ Marcus Ericsson in a two and a half mile sprint to the finish. Major League Baseball, the rays defeated the Dodgers 1110, while the rockies beat the bets by that same score, Cleveland got a four three, walk off win over St. Louis, the Orioles were three to two winners over the rangers, Detroit down the White Sox 6 to 5 in ten innings, the royals were three two winners over the nationals, Toronto shut out Minnesota three zero, the brewers won 7 to 5 over San Francisco Cincinnati is an 8 5 winner over the cubs, Miami at two zero winner over the angels, the Diamondbacks defeated the Red Sox four two, Seattle gets a 6 three win in ten innings over Pittsburgh. The Yankees beat the Padres 10.7 and Houston beat Oakland ten to one with the braves downing the Phillies 11 to four emiliano grillo won the PGA's Charles Schwab challenge. You don't play off over Adam schick and Steve stricker was victorious in a playoff over podrick heritage in the PGA scene your championship at Mike Reeves AP sports.
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Rizzo delivers go-ahead hit, injures neck as Yanks chase Darvish early in 10-7 win over Padres
"The Yankees took two or three from San Diego with a ten to 7 win trailing three to one the Yankees blasted you Darvish for 7 runs in the third inning. Garrett Cole allowed 6 runs, but he survived for the win he 6 O. This was a good team win today for sure. I mean, being able to kind of subdue them through the middle innings and keep the momentum. I thought played in our favor, but it's just such a luxury to have the offense. The Yankees had 12 hits, they improved to 32 and 23, the Padres now 24 and 29. Mike mancuso in New York
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Navy contractor jet was on fire before deadly California crash, federal report says
"A federal report is shedding new light on a deadly California jet crash. I Norman hall, federal investigators say a navy contractor's aircraft caught fire before it crashed off the California coast early this month killing three people on board. The twin engine Gates learjet 36 a plunged into the Pacific Ocean near San Clemente island on May 10th while trying to make an emergency landing at a navy airfield there. That's according to a preliminary investigative report for the national transportation safety board. The crew of a second jet saw smoke from the aircraft. The two pilots and an additional crew member all civilians haven't been found in our presumed dead. The learjet's wreckage was located about a mile off shore, some of the debris showed evidence of fire before the crash. I Norman hall
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Soto, Tatis Jr. hit long home runs, Padres beat Yankees 5-1 in series opener
"The Padres hit two two out homers to defeat the Yankees 5 to one. Randy Vasquez making his major league debut for New York had held the Padres to two hits and no runs with two out in the 5th, but he then hit Jake cronenworth and Juan Soto followed with his tenth home of the year to put San Diego up to nothing. The next inning with two out Ron marinaccio walked off the nola Fernando Tatís Jr. then blasted his 8th home run for a four zero lead. We have been in the on the borderline this last series and Stein on series like this with a W, I feel like it's really huge for us. The Padres added one more run with two out in the 9th. Joe musgrove gave up one run in 6 and a third innings for the win. Tom, New York.
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New York City outlaws discrimination on the basis of weight, height
"New York City will outlaw discrimination on the basis of weight and height. I'm Lisa dwyer. New York City mayor Eric Adams has signed legislation that will ban discrimination based on body size by adding weight and height to the list of protected categories, such as race, sex and religion, exemptions under the ordinance include cases in which individuals height or weight could prevent them from performing essential functions of the job. Several other cities have also banned discrimination based on weight or on physical appearance, including San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Madison, Wisconsin. I'm Lisa dwyer
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Biden celebrates LSU women's and UConn men's basketball teams at separate White House events
"President Joe Biden hosted the NCAA championship men's and women's basketball teams at separate events, first the LSU tigers women's team that won its first title after beating Iowa in the April 2nd championship game. The final was the most viewed game in the history of women's basketball, more viewers than the NBA playoffs. And folks, we witness history. Then came the Yukon men's team, which claimed its 5th title after defeating San Diego state on April 3rd. There were four seed and you won every single game by double digits in the final blowout of the 5th national championship. Congratulations. Congratulations. Earlier this year, college football playoff champion Georgia skipped The White House visit due to a scheduling conflict. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
The Dan Bongino Show
Is Ron DeSantis' Team Going to Take on Trump Head On?
"The polls that basically saying Ron DeSantis down the polls because he was a conservative in Florida And Trump is up in the polls not because he's just a guy people like and had a really conservative presidency himself But because he really sucks and people can't find an alternative in the San Francisco conservative But there's another takeaway from this The desantis expected announcement tonight at 6 o'clock Pretty much confirmed at this point by the way The second takeaway is the biggest question I find that I genuinely don't know the answer I don't like talking about things on the air I don't have a solid answer for because I don't want to waste your time I mean imagine going to a whodunit movie and they don't tell you at the end Like who done it Oh I don't know just guess It's like that movie vanilla sky That movie drives me crazy because it's like they never explain what the hell happened The guy's like customer support What the hell does that mean Did this happen or not Can you just tell me I wish they would just put a footnote at the end None of this stuff really has like Jacob's ladder You don't know what the hell happened at the end of the movie I don't like asking questions I don't know the answer to But I'm not sure what the desantis team is going to do Are they going to take on Trump head on Or not Well that's kind of a weird question No no it's the only question Because nobody who's taken on Trump head on Has survived politically to tell about it No one They're all politically speaking I'm not a violent leftist Buried 6 feet deep Never to be heard from again At least on a national scale You can't You can't take the guy You can't He's The Lion King man He's the apex predator I mean who's going to beat the lion
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NFL approves emergency 3rd QB after 49ers' injury woes in NFC title game
"NFL teams will be allowed to play an emergency quarterback from the inactive list if the first two are injured during a game. The rule change was approved by league owners and stem from San Francisco's depth chart challenge in the NFC championship game. The emergency activation can only occur after an injury or disqualification, not for a performance related decision or other conduct. The forty-niners had to send Brock purdy back into the NFC title game with an injured elbow after four stringer Josh Johnson suffered a concussion. I'm get them cool ball.
The Dan Bongino Show
WSJ: Big Progressive Cities Continue to See a Declining Population
"So I'm just going to ask a simple question to the liberals out there Pay attention cotton out of the year stick it in your mouth for me If you guys don't suck if you don't suck see my premise is you suck Your premises no we don't suck We're really great So if your premise is accurate in my premise is wrong and you premises that you don't suck And I'm wrong saying you do suck Then how come the numbers marry up with you really sucking I'm just checking because The Wall Street Journal again no far right Alvin pretty down to center the leaning right but pretty down to center right They have this article on escape from New York Remember they told us oh all these people are leaving New York to go to Florida but it's just because the lockdowns and they're going to Texas Oh that's strange because the lockdowns they're kind of over right Last time I checked and it's so weird like people are still leaving It's almost as if my premise that you suck is real And your premise that you don't suck is fake Because the numbers are pretty devastating According to the latest census data New York City lost 468 people Oh no 468,200 Holy Moses That's bananas because the entire population of the city of Miami's only 449,000 Wow That's a lot of peeps man New York City lost 5% of its population So strange Here there's a little common thread with the other big losers too Remember the liberal premise We don't suck and the conservative premise Now you suck Other big losers include Chicago 81,313 people That's a lot of peeps LA 76,529 We're on in all these cities by the way And San Francisco 65,522
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Odor, Carpenter have big hits as struggling Padres beat Red Sox 7-0
"Root need odor went two for four with four RBIs leading the San Diego Padres to a 7 and nothing victory over the Boston Red Sox snapping a four game losing streak. Odors base clearing double capped off a four run first inning for San Diego off Boston starter Corey Kluber. I mean, great. I mean, especially after we drive those three runs in, you know, we need it and I was just trying to look for something up in the sound and try to stay on a big part of the field and then this guy did it. Michael walker through 6 shutout innings holding the Red Sox to just 5 hits to improve to 5 and one on the season. Cooper lasted just two and a third innings for the Red Sox who saw their four game winning streak come to an end. Philip gon San Diego
The Dan Bongino Show
GOP House Judiciary Pokes Fun at Rep. Linda Sanchez's 'Real' Twitter
"By the way touche to the House judiciary GOP account at judiciary GOP who found an account Linda Sanchez on Twitter with like two followers Linda sans three one three 9 9 And said wow I didn't realize the Sanchez was so magical because the account tweeted out Donald Trump is the greatest president of my lifetime Touche daddy O touche It's legit Yeah totally She says Linda Sanchez Jim What else do you need I mean Jim's like questioning It's not Linda Sam Come on Jim Get with the program I mean it says Linda Sanchez right there I mean no one else's named Linda Sanchez That's just her Like Marcus Allen I mean mark is no one in Marcus I mean Alan Albert last name Allen who has that last name It's like one of them out there I mean come on guy Marcus That was Eddie Murphy's name in boomerang Okay Remember earth they can't Okay I was like wow that she was rough
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Suspect pleads not guilty in murder of Cash App founder Bob Lee
"The suspect in the fatal stabbing of the founder of cash app in San Francisco pleads not guilty. A judge ruled tech consultant nimai is a public safety risk and should be held without bail, bob Lee was found with three stab wounds, including one to the heart last month in a San Francisco neighborhood. Brooke Jenkins is the San Francisco DA. Anyone who's capable of violently killing someone in society is a public safety risk, regardless of whether we think a murder was intentional or not. Prosecutors have not provided a motive, but say mommy stabbed Lee after dispute related to mome sister. Paula canny is mom's attorney. I'm going to say my defense is it is an accident with a
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San Francisco is naming the nation's first drag laureate
"San Francisco is fighting back against recent bans on drag performances. The city is naming the nation's first drag laureate, representing the LGBTQ+ community, Darcy drollinger. Having the drag laureate position takes what we're doing and really elevates it and gives it a deeper amount of credibility. Drollinger is a drag performer and owns the oasis nightclub. London breed is the city's mayor. I'm really proud of what San Francisco has done to really open its heart and its minds to accepting drag as an art form. Drollinger realizes there are people strongly opposed to drag performers. But I also don't want to live my life under the shadow of fear. The drag Laurie its goal is to make San Francisco sparkle. That is a sound that can't really be silenced. I'm Ed Donahue
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Pasquantino hits 2-run homer, Royals beat struggling Padres 4-3
"Vinnie past Guantanamo's two run home run highlighted a three run 6 inning, leading the Kansas City Royals to a four to three win over the San Diego Padres. MJ Melendez went two for four with a pair of doubles, his first driving in the first run of the game off padre started you Darvish. You look pretty good. Most of the most of the game, but we were able to kind of just chip away and get this big hit so we needed to. Padres first baseman, Jake cronin, with tied the score with a solo home run in the 5th inning before Kansas City chased Darvish in the 6th. Darvis would take the loss allowing four runs on 6 hits over 5 and a third innings as the Padres have now lost 9 of their last 11 games, Philip gone, San Diego
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Becky Hammon, Las Vegas Aces coach, denies bullying player over pregnancy
"Las Vegas aces coach Becky hammon denied Wednesday that former aces player D Erika hamby was bullied on her team for being pregnant, saying any ill feelings between the two came from hamby being traded. Hammond, one of the league's marquee figures said at a news conference she did nothing to warrant discipline from the WNBA, which suspended her for two games without pay Tuesday after a months long investigation into hamby's allegations. A former player for the franchise during their days in San Antonio, Hammond guided the aces to their first WNBA title in her inaugural season with the team last year. I'm geffen cool ball.
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The Wembanyama sweepstakes and draft lottery has a winner: It's the Spurs
"The San Antonio spurs won the NBA draft lottery and the number one overall pick on Tuesday night guaranteeing them a chance to select top prospect Victor wembanyama. When Ben Yama a 7 foot three French 19 year old is one of the most highly touted prospects in NBA history and will be expected to make an immediate impact on the league. The spurs were one of three teams with the best odds at 14% to land the number one pick. It's the third time they won the lottery. They drafted David Robinson in 1987 and Tim Duncan ten years later. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
The Charlie Kirk Show
NY Mayor's Laughable Response to Illegal Immigration Crisis
"I want to play a piece of tape here on New York City, which you should run for mayor Eric that would be that would be great. Let's play cut 28. Law of sanctuary city was in place long before I became mad. I'm following the law as a law enforcement person you know, we follow the law. We are now in court now today, asking the judge to revisit this law to deal with this humanitarian crisis because even when they decided to put in place that law, no one thought that they would be dealing with the humanitarian crisis of disproportion. So Eric, you know, this is interesting. There's a lot of news happening in New York, but what's your take as a New Yorker about the flow of the illegals just coming endlessly into New York? I laugh. What is there to say? It's all preposterous. It's all absolutely preposterous. The flow of illegals into this nation. The fact that we don't have the political will to stand up against this lawlessness, to stand against an attack on our sovereignty as Americans. The fact that we have innumerable anti American people in embedded everywhere throughout our government. So, you know, by the time they get to New York, I just laugh. It's like, are you kidding me? Now, you're complaining now because you don't want to deal with them. Well, you know, why don't you move to Arizona? I don't really understand what the issue got plenty of issues here. But it's ridiculous, of course, it's ridiculous. There's lawlessness. All of this is fixable, Charlie. You know, to have a city like San Francisco or Portland or whatever. To have these places, go to hell. It is all fixable.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Democrat Policies Bring Chaos and Crime to America
"Talking to John's mirac, you know, John, what I wanted to say was that what we're seeing at the southern border we're also seeing in places like San Francisco, which has become the human feces capital of the world. Thank you, Nancy Pelosi. We are seeing a breakdown of order of social order that we have never seen in America. It's absolutely astonishing that what we're, I was just talking to somebody yesterday who works in really, really super high end retail talking about wanting to have a footprint in San Francisco and realizing not a chance. There is no way we will risk having a storefront in San Francisco. So the Democrat policies seem sometimes intentionally and sometimes at least semi unintentionally to be bringing tremendous chaos and crime to the United States, which brings us to the story of the New York subway. Right. Daniel penny, who is a veteran of the U.S. Marines and he saw a psych dangerous homeless lunatic screaming yelling at threatening people on the New York City subway. And what he didn't realize is the new rules. The new rules is you don't do anything. You don't do anything to protect strangers. You don't even defend yourself. The new rules are America. You don't defend yourself. Because you remember the mccluskey's in Missouri, a mob of arsonists marched onto their front lawn. They wave a gun at them. They're charged with a crime and stripped of their law licenses. So they can't make a living. They're lawyers. They're stripped of their law licenses. It's like you forbidden to write ever again.
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"san well" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To the home stretch on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts. You've got double trouble in San Jose, we check it with Victor sponsored by Mancini sleep world. Yeah, and it's causing quite a bit of a slowdown in both directions a highway one O one. This would be the south side of San well south San Jose heading into Gilroy. First of all, southbound right after highway 85 before you even get to Bailey avenue, there's a report of a crash involving a big rig. It looks like they just made it over to the right hand shoulder, which is better news there, but you're still going to be on and off the brakes. It doesn't really ease up to get into the Morgan hill area. Let's say even before you get to Cochrane road in the northbound direction, after Cochrane wrote about a good half a mile or so that you're going to start to see some of the slowdown. And it doesn't really hit hard until you get right around Bailey avenue. That's where you have another crash that now sits in the center divide and very heavy traffic passing the scene there. Once you get past that for that matter, neither direction a one O one, then it's a smooth ride, as you continue northbound into San Jose, southbound into Morgan hill, and on the Peninsula looking at some slow traffic in both directions of one O one between Palo Alto and
Welcome To The Music
"san well" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Radical road brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of leslie. Bill find him at eleven. Seventy seven queen street east. That's radical road brewery. This is stevie solace. I am the executive producer of the film rumble. The indians direct world am tired. Players sometimes fools around a little bit with far. And you're watching. Welcome to the music. Sorry guys that's that's okay as long. Stephen all we ask is when the movies are done in the credits just put our names could be the end. We anything the smart play. You're right that's it. Two o'clock radio interview today to a rescheduled for four. I've just i've been solved frigging busy. I mean guys know where i've been in the last four days. Tell us tell us. When i was at the rock and roll hall of fame induction that addie smashing guitars busey collins for the opening of the cincinnati. Hard rock casino was in florida. I was in los angeles Got into toronto. Two days ago working here. She's been nonstop going on. That is nuts. How how was the rock and roll hall literally madness. Yeah how was the rock and roll hall of san. Well you know. I enjoy going. And you know we had like a table down in front and i got seal out of my old rockstar Suzanne hostile sitting. Behind me from the bengals and i used to write songs with heroin. You got the. Valentine was sitting next to me on the other cable. And she's into goes going and so it's really proud of her and she's also my my power for twenty five thirty years or whatever action more. I met her in one thousand nine hundred eight. When i was playing guitar for rod stewart as a kid so yeah Who i discovered took on his first world tour He got in the hall of fame playing with foo fighters and shows a lot of people i know was It's good to always get those kind of events demand letter. We remember that. I know a lot of people in the music business. Yeah yeah we we. Greg greg i have the story about taylor hawkins so we'll Maybe we'll say that you're the end of the iceberg. I made a movie rumble. We featured a guy called charlie patton. Who's rented really the pioneers of the delta city blue scene. But he's he's a truck native american and he was to Van zandt from you. Know the sopranos and bruce springsteen fan y- that was a big deal for us. 'cause most people related know who charley patton west before the movie rumble came out..
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"san well" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
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Tarik henry suffered a potentially season ending foot injury in that game. He will undergo an emirates day to determine the full extent of the damage and he was held a sixty eight yards. Twenty eight carries yesterday and came off a wanna say it was maybe first quarter of first half and they noted that he was working through what seemed to be some sort of foot issue and all the rest of the obviously didn't look right and it's amazing. He still carried the ball. That much now falls on ryan tannehill. They don't have anybody remotely close to derrick all free trade saquon right there bingo all lines up trade deadline. Saquon barkley to the titans. They're desperate. Maybe you get back a second round pick. I'm telling you this is all it's all lineup. Makes a ton of san fernando get them. They're the titans by the way. I was listening to him to little rutgers. Over the weekend touchdown mccarthy's rhode island right i. He sounded a lot like chris. Chris king at one point the announcer. Yeah yeah of course. And i don't know about was late in the game. I could find that. I don't know if we can play it. But i don't think we cut highlights widows. It was great fence. I always thought he was so excited. Of course wouldn't you be yes. Of course yeah. Rutgers fit maryland victories. What do you think they're gonna treat saquon so the titans i mean. If you're the titans deadlines tomorrow barclays out hurt right now. We don't know exactly when he's not like a tricky situation with the the medical says they like to say to make that happen. Like twenty four hours. Yeah but listen desperate times here at teams the number one seed in the afc. Titans have to offer. He's such different style running back than derrick. Henry is still find me. Another guy is better than say quantites available to deadline when you're basically you're team. Mvp went down. Nobody them now because the saints just traded to get mark ingram back and he was involved in their game plan yesterday. The amazing thing is that the titans only have two picks in the top one hundred thirty one and ninety five right now Essentially they are one of the worst teams when it comes to draft capital in the upcoming draft. So they'll be looking to sign somebody off the streets then most likely listen looking at the waiver. Wire the practice gotta go all in one siege in brownsville. Walking through that door saquon saquon could live through the door. Just want unload saquon right. It's time to move on that arizona over so tired of talking about drafted running back number two overall move on move on from see. This is the perfect evolve. I'm proactively calling the titans. If i'm dave galvin right now doesn't that kind of seem desperate no not at all. It seems like it makes a ton of sense. Well that they get them and still going to be here. You're can allow him to make that decision for you. Right now It's such a no brainer. Let anybody make that decision. Really doesn't matter. He's such a no brainer and unload him team. It's absolutely desperate as having a really good season. The current number one seed in the conference doesn't want their season to go to hell. They went out had a pig off. Season brought in. Julio jones. are you kidding me. This is the like you could. You'll never get more forsake. Wanted right now from team mike tennessee. Titans that's desperate. are you doing. Oh yeah oh yeah. Jay glazer said hearing. He broke fifth metatarsal of his but getting mri so somehow we played through that yes boy himself and by the way the estimated titans cap space right now probably not a lot no seven point one males like oh all right there you go through they room. They got room. I think i cut that one. I'm trying to remember what that was from. It was just him doing read or if that was actually on the air. I don't remember but there's some funny noises from over the years apartment that one. I don't know all right. The mike white arrival party at metlife yesterday. You know the numbers by now. Thirty seven completions three touchdowns four hundred and five yards plus two point conversion catch to boot. All part of the jets shocking. Thirty four thirty. One of the bengals. No surprise fired up locker room immediately. Afterwards is robert sala dressed his team. That was awesome awesome. I got one frigging gable. Four hundred five passengers can hear the obvious excitement pro. Yeah from his teammates. And then they broke down to a screw. Zach wilson chanting. I did not see him in. the video. surprise demanded that white say a few words. I really appreciate everybody in this room. For not flinching. Trust in me and all my teammates down there and executed. That's all they love that. Yeah mike in the background Mike yes mike white not much time to enjoy it though because they do have the short week. Thursday road game against this angry colts team coming off that loss to the titans yesterday back to white lot of bouquets thrown his way from teamates post game. Here's another from tied johnson. Who tried to tell us about whites abilities early last week. Here's ps and qs. He was on his protection protection issues. He was slinging at thing. I call him before the game. Although you're gunslinger mclean. That's right man. You got you five catches for seventy one yards and a touchdown for johnson. While michael carter finished with twenty four touches for buck seventy two.
WGBB Sports Talk New York
"san well" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"What a trade they ship you and lenny off to the phillies for one sam. Wealth with which is probably one of the worst trades in met history. How did you feel even the mets roger. Well know what i mean. I think parents obviously to team barry. I got drafted by came up through the system. I knew everybody. I was in. I was a mess and but by eighty nine. I wasn't hearing truth be told i was pitching law. I mean i was. I was relegated to pitch pitching only in the game if our starter. Dr faltered I really i wasn't getting anybody out. and so. I think i think it was mostly all Eleni for longtime wall trade and You know that day if you remember the phillies traded bedrose into san francisco and so They mean another reliever. I don't know this to be true with. i mean. Just kinda. Thank you okay. We'll give you Dykstra mcdowell for san. Well you know at the time it was. It was a little bit devastating. I mean mennonite. Both were You know roommates in the minor leagues so we came up together So on one side. It was nice to be trading with someone that you know. I had a really really good relationship with and Someone i enjoy being around on the other hand it was like i'm leaving a whole lot of friends right now It was an opportunity and opportunity for me to go somewhere and and kind reenergized and can have a little bit Hopefully a an opportunity to pitch through her. You know i'm not done On and it's being nine season was not. It was not very good. So i got opportunity to go over there and up in Pitching at the back end. You know i think ended up in with the one something or a so. I mean it was it was. I think it was beneficial to play every day which he didn't get that fraternity in new york and so he has to prove his value. And you know he went on. He's been really really good things and like just went on and try to be as some possible. You had success at least you and lenny had succession philadelphia. Now when you went to the dodgers. How did you get along with. Tommy lasorda communist. Great communist fantastic. Yeah i mean like. I said you know starting the interview i mean. I grew up dodger. Fan right so. I mean to put the dodger uniform on. I mean i i i you know it's kind of like you know at the time when There's a there's an ara about the dodgers there's an are about the you know the yankees. I mean whether it's real or not. I mean you put a uniform. If there's there's something there so i was obviously With the phillies we were. We weren't going anywhere and training. The dodgers opportunity pitch you know meaningful games You know to go to the playoffs and beyond so it was. It was a great opportunity. Tommy was terrific now with the round parent ascii joy maka panel and ben. Hines you know what i mean. Manny mota. I mean it was so sound baseball names to i was gonna say some great baseball names coming alive. They're was enjoyable. And so i got to. I got to go there. And you know what i mean. I'm i met my wife there in la..
Boomer & Gio
"san well" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Trying to be upper echelon moved into save hill. You're in that. I should be a straight guy or or like a bushy in in the middle i well. I'm young young still on my way to boomer buddhism on i'm working my way up but you know i think that's i think that's fair but i don't know i think one hundred and twenty thousand dollars. I mean i don't know what he's going to my wife. Sorry it's one hundred all right all right. Find one hundred thousand honey. Urine for twenty thousand. She said fine. Okay so it's a hundred launched but we're going to have a great party if even be my backyard. Historian i'm gonna talk nicole. I'm talking you all right. all right. Very good students do fun. Because i can't i can't get over you offman. We're talking about what i'm talking about. Is you walked in here and started lying in protecting my empires protecting pirates to foot. Why are we gonna do fine as a party where you should be protecting his the host who got offended by what he said i am. I don't know what you're talking about resolved assault all good and everything's fine. So let's let's not beat a dead horse size note you'd be very proud boomer. Yes had fancy hockey draft. My first overall pick bannon nice cau- cocco later onto rangers. I feel good about when you were out. Big exuded the hot lunch that you and it was horrendous. I heard yeah. Why did you give him the keys to that. I listen. it's not it's mind to give to anybody. Do i listen. It's talk. Good anybody you could do it if you want. You want to explain to him. What the hot lunch was. It's the hot lunch out to lunch. I'll call it the hot lunch. Yes the hotline. When if we ever fill in for you we do a little out to breakfast. A little hot breakfast okay. All right very good. He's tried to walking. I don't know what you're talking about. Good we're all good. You started to have a sweat pea. Daniel forehead biking all right. He goes in the bathroom. Pete hoffman and does the hot lunch on moose and maggie and by the way. If we're going to make this bet yes we're going to do it on. Fan dole sportsbook all right. That's where we're gonna make these bets. They don't we. Don't go any other sports books. We do on. Fan duel sportsbook. That's the america's number one. Yes and the official sportsbook of wfan often. They really think he could walk in here. And pretend like you didn't know he's talking about where he didn't know what we were talking about. Rather bad move. Is that not a bad. Move out it's not a good one and just felt like he was very uncomfortable answering those questions. Yeah i know but like if you're gonna play in this arena man you gotta be honest. You gotta be in the deep end yeah. I don't want to talk about. Why don't you know me. And the king of scuttle. But i know everything that goes on everywhere. You're not going to give me some sorta line like you don't know what was happening. See he's i could see him. Being one of those guys that delivers skull toward you. He doesn't does not what you said he was talking to you the day. Your eyes glossing over when he was talking. Yeah i was. I was glazed over at that point but that was about this whole stupid thing that wasn't scuttle but all right i got the there's a there is a scuttle butt person gives me every bit of scandal. Button is building and he's the one who game getting scuttle butt. Because you're usually late coming back to your office after our show because somebody has something for you. Oh yeah yeh they put together. They wrap me up tentacles and then they feed me scuttle but right. That's what happens wet. A climate crisis is here time. Slipping away to stop the worst effects of global warming and we need solutions hosted by me. Molly would how we survived dives deep into the economics tech and the human stories behind those solutions from billionaires trying to monopolize lithium mines to business rivalry so fierce that one. 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That's because of anita production of pineapple street studios and the media are out now. Wherever you get your podcasts. Each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo jared update moment of the day. What's happening jerry. Good morning powered by super bowls. Now better is and favourable prices and we are also brought to you by dr shah and san well institute for pain management. Visit sam wealth pain and dot com. Do the baseball then. I got something for you in just a moment or so if you will but Baseball wise dodgers beat the cardinals last night. Three to one the game winner was chris taylor. In the ninety s fires swayed dropped call on. Tbs three one the final score as they advanced through the dodgers to take on the giants in the nfl ds. was taylor. Postgame dream about live for iota. Look back on this for the rest of my life nolan taken away. That's for sure and this was one of those doer. Di games justin turner says. How do you turn the tv off. Locked in on every pitch you know every every pitch feels like it's a big pitch and a momentum swinger it was last says l. out of turn the tv. Tell you power it'd be done exactly Max scherzer so we had some phone with audio this morning Sherzai was drunk afterwards on. Tbs when four third went to the podium he was fine and then he shows up on tbs and really no clothes on he was nude. I was jumping needles Early on the first and just in my mind was just keep it out of the game. That sounds good right. So that's okay. The problem was afterwards he was not okay. Killing told me a couple of days ago you got to get rid of this echo song drunk or whatever so he had. He added issues last night. But so what. And he was talking about kevin long. He was there with juan soto. Sitting right by the on-deck circle wearing trae. Turner nationals jerseys. Which was conical as they were there to support their former teammates and players. So all good kenley. Jansen struck out the side of the ninth. He got the win. Alex race was the one that gave up the game. Winning home run. Means a couple of games today for you white socks in houston against the astros lance lynn lance mccullers. The starters there by the first time in the history of baseball. You two lenses making postseason. Starting one another right. Can you think of another time. I can't but it's a question that i don't know if i know the answer of the top of my hand i've been many lances that have pitched me baseball going back to one thousand three. No we started nineteen twenty. Yeah nineteen twenties when ari and the raise take on the red sox shane. Mcclanahan facing eduardo. Rodriguez j. stigler fired by the padres. I've heard you guys talking about ceelo doing a show. Yeah so i went back. I got some here was. I'll give you the a couple of pieces from his open then with the theme of his show was essentially so this is how his night starts. Well well even a blind squirrel finds a nut..
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"And i think the building block of a rivalry simply is interested in you now. This is how it goes. Sometimes it's interesting because we are too close and locale sometimes. It's interesting because hey back in the days. We did this mega days. You guys did that. We both have story franchises. We just gonna hate each other because we really envy both of each other. Here's the thing when you look at this rivalry. There's an interest there that is parallel to tom. Brady and peyton manning. Let's be rue the better quarterback losing now in this one. Lamar jackson people are like better petra. House i understand that but are you interested in seeing how good he can beat. That's the conversation to me. Clearly paint men. It was better than tom brady. Young years obviously about a numbers as well how ever he didn't make it all materialize. The thing that i see lamar jackson the great interest in him is people told him he couldn't pass. He led the league capacity. People said okay. Well you're gonna get hurt. He's never been hurt. People keep wishing on his downfall and praying on his downfall and he keeps answering that bell. What's makes us interested in san well. How far can this guy go. Yes no bags. And he goes into week one as should win the game but he gives it away. The thing about this is not whizzing losses. Just like tom brady and peyton. Manning wasn't early about wins and losses is the greater talent. Maybe the guy that needs to figure this out. And how far will you go to figure this out. That's where my interest is beyond over three records. Here's how kind of. I will conclude. We're gonna talk about beckham later in the show. And i don't know that we have the picture so i will just talk through the cryptic tweet so i think it was yesterday or two days ago and odell tweet was a picture of a bunch of dogs in a race and there was a cheetah still sitting in the stall so you saw all the dogs running out of their stalls and the was still sitting in the store. The whole world sportsworld. The last twenty four hours has been trying to identify. What's this cryptic message me. So i looked up the meaning of it and at the end the the whole ethos of the story is the cheetah doesn't have to waste energy racing dog because at the end of the day not does not on the same playing field. Don't waste time proving your worth when it's blatantly obvious wide. Ooh i bring that up. Patrick mahomes after being three you know. And if he wins again going forward and the are jackson. Don't even mention me in the same conversation as like. Don't even try to sit here and make this race. I'm not even going to entertain the conversation because versus a dog. You know who's faster. A home starts off foreign more jackson. Then you already know who's better from here on out. Let's just let them sit in a stall and not bring him up in conversations of any type of narrative rivalry this not if he wins man. Damn it ain't brady won the first six paid one the next three. What do you do about that. You quit before you get to where you want to go and go love what you said about it like right now. They don't seem the same. But except the marlins got unanimous yours. Wasn't whatever you want a super bowl one super bowl. You won't want like it'll be different if there was a gap like no matter. What lamar does this year. He's still couldn't catch back. Be real lamar jackson. If they win the super bowl this year he already called patch. Patrimony got mvp unanimous you root dynasty talk at the march suppo that means pets homes not true okay so now. Lamar jackson is one step away. Be very careful. If you want to go out there and prove your value of your work you just told me. Yesterday about aaron rodgers is a horrible place for employees to be when they're like our need the job. I ain't got nothing to prove to you. What can you do to meet. Lamar jackson is looking at patrick. Cole's and i know patch. Problems is not like this. But i'm just talking in conjecture petrol hall. Be careful 'cause one misstep. The mar- texan has caught you. Lamar jackson texas there for pets. Stay still which means only one super bowl. this is going to be a rivalry. Great interest big enough. This game fans have one million bucks on the fox. Bit super six and terry bradshaw giving away another million dollars. This sunday cheese. Ravens is one of the nfl two week. Matchup saw help. Our fans wind tears money. Which team will win. And how many points man give it a choice. And i think they win by forests coast at first but i think that last possession were to patrick mahomes simply and it's the hall events by one. That's right everybody say cheese to that not me go rapist scan the qr hold on screen. Download the box bed super six app for free predict outcome of six nfl game for your shot to win money coming up. Aaron rodgers called out by former teammate. And hotoke greg genesis. Also a former teammate. Help us answer if the criticism is valid. That's next on speak for yourself. How the green bay air. Rogers is coming off. A blowout loss and his commitment to the team has been caught out is former teenager. Major michael finley has expressed his issues with the packers star in the past and now he has more to say. Take a listen to this announcement. Football league eight all worked like as we last season. And i just don't see a work yet in aaron rodgers that i have on previous zeros and I actually you can see light through. His helmet is in the face. Show tells everything the personality. And i just don't see that that that. Nfl hunger and just feel hongbo win another championship so otto you agree with your michael. Finley criticism aaron rodgers. I do to point to point. Is that at the point. In which you start assessing people's corneas than you start reading it to irises. And they is and whatnot. You start reading into all. And that's when i'm like okay. You might be doing too much. However aaron rodgers isn't as dedicated this season again. I don't think that's very debatable. He spent his all season usually spends all seasons in hawaii but this one appeared excessive. He never is typically contemplated retirement. I'm gonna break this down for y'all in a very real football way. When i was in college my goal being all american be one of the best three to nine linebackers in all of college. I came out with luke. Keithly dante hightower. Bobby wagner so i have my work cut. Alloy came out with probably three future hall of famers position. But here's what. I knew going into my senior year. A nudist so i said okay. Everybody in the nation is working out from six. Am to eight am. Everybody in the nation is so. You're not getting better than anybody working out from six eight. So everybody's doing that. We talked a lot about relativity on this show. While i'm getting better if everybody else is getting better at the same pace. I'm getting better getting better in context. So it's the work that i'm doing while other people aren't working the separating me aaron rodgers. He was not doing the work this all season. That others weren't doing thus. I don't think we're seeing the same separation. Yes aaron rodgers was throwing the ball at times and he checked out on his vacation like most other people do. When is the work you do while others aren't working the separate so y'all don't think you can go to go job from nine to five and think you're going to be better than anybody don't think you can do the minimal requirements in life and think you're going to be better than anybody is the work you do. Wall others aren't working. That actually separates you from everybody else in your industry in your job in this life. Aaron rodgers ain't been doing the work and others doing. And i think that is what has become apparent. Oh man you agree so you do agree with your michael. Do i agree with j. He went to harvard. But i but i agree with him. He whistle harder and made me disagree with him in a weird place because at first when he started talking i was like okay and then like you said you start. Reading people is between a helmet and you can tell into week. One is.
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"And established a new government view. That is acceptable for all the people of ghana stan of so that is taliban leader shinwari. Who's one of the negotiators in cutter with the united states and then before that the four afghan vice president ahmed zia masud mahan knocked. If you can talk about the circumstances of these interviews when you did these Because of course now deeply relevant Though they happened before the taliban took over afghanistan so We were actually filming in. Outside of the united states we also filmed in cutler and doha negotiations themselves. And then of course we also filmed in afghanistan and in buxton and we films and leave. It was a november of two thousand twenty twenty and Gerardine shinwari also become to november twenty twenty So this is an in kabul and if you remember those times The negotiations were still happening. And in fact The taliban had gained major round And frankly quite arrogant during their negotiations with the afghan government. Because they've thought that they were in a position of power and they didn't really have to concede much and that time. I think the us was justice and trying to find a way out and just just to exit so this was around the time that we actually interviewed them and their comment. Brian nap and burger for example. Joe ludens shinwari saying we will destroy everything. The us left enough ghanistan. Yeah it's so striking to hear that now it was. It was powerful at the time. And if you go back to that period of time that mode was just describing. There was a lot of talk about A potential coalition kind of government right And our interview with him Suggested something otherwise that anything That the outcome of their occupation the meaning. The afghan government must also be destroyed Those are those are chilling words and you and and and very striking up against the words of a masud who who was sort of i think called it accurately and then also the very moving interviews that we did with the afghan soldiers who who genuinely seemed were felt like they could make a stand against the taliban so that all as you can imagine all of that. Those interviews changed dramatically almost by the week right before the published. The series on netflix mohammed. Could you talk about how you made the decision to interview people. How did you select the people to interview. This film has been receiving excellent reviews. It's one of the top. Ten viewed series on netflix. At the moment in the us but one of the criticisms that's been made is that the documentary focuses far too much on us voices and only politicians in venice fan not so much victims or survivors of the war in upon us san. Well for me. It was this required a significant project to work on. I think when i met brian and eve By eve who's also martin marson who's also a an executive producer on the on the series I immediately jumped at the chance because a lot of my body of work was informed by nine eleven and it was a very seminal event in my life being a muslim american and being in new york about time it really informed trajectory of the body. Work that was doing a lot of the work that i did do was specifically related to nine eleven in this. I really wanted to look beyond just you know american voices and i think brian and the rest of the team. Very amenable to my suggestions of actually featuring some afghan voices like van warlords like within the are and some of the politicians but beyond that we also featured voices such as the german attack victims In pakistan in cape became region and of course You know powerhouse. Member of parliament and women's rights activists fawzia coochie from the government. So obviously we did feature all those diverse voices because we wanted to have a more robust and Well rounded picture of alanis. Tom and and beyond even honest on just a region in baucus don as well You know how. American foreign policy affected them And i i would defer to brian in terms of like just some of the editorial Themes brian could you. Could you respond also to the question of of how. Interviewees was selected. Yeah we we would push back on that a little. The i think we got a pretty pretty wide range of of people interviews in afghanistan. We are inside. The peace talks at doha. We were talked with the taliban. We talked with. Afghan civilians with some were in guantanamo bay Some were Drawn john attack victims. We tried to get his brought up a picture as we as we could from the from the afghan side to including an historical perspective interviewing figures ishmael khan and masud and also Heck meciar things like that. So so i think we tried to get his broader range as possible in in in the series at that actually was a priority for us. Something that didn't get a lot of attention in the united states this week. Is we come to the twentieth anniversary of the nine. Eleven attacks is what's happening at guantanamo The guantanamo so-called trials. But i i want to go to a clip from turning point nine eleven and the war on terror that features the us assistant attorney general from two thousand three to four jack. Goldsmith talking about former vice president. Cheney the clip ends with mark fallon former deputy commander of the criminal investigative task force at guantanamo. Bay going back to the ford white house when cheney was chief of staff at least that far back dick. Cheney developed a very robust view about the president's powers under the constitution especially as those powers related to national security and war and his basic view. Is that when it comes to war national security. The president is in charge. And he can do what he thinks is necessary. And congress basically can't get in the way and if congress does get in the way the president getting north. That was his legal view. It was an absolute review of the president's powers or more time. So it's going to be vital force to the use. Any means are disposable a disposal basically to which you are object. That was frightening to me. It was frightening to hear the vice president. The united states publicly on television show where he should have been calming the nation down. We should have been depressurizing. He was upping the pressure upping the any and so high feared that we would do.
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"He later became a legislative aide. So the two people who now lead the Democratic Party in the House, first met fresh out of college in this junior senator's office. How would you characterize the relationship between the two of them as long as it is? So there was? No, There are a few stories in Washington that excite more interest among insiders in the relationship between Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer. Because they were for years Great rivals standing, Hori er thought he was on a track to become the House dinner. Credit quip member of the leadership When Nancy Pelosi announced she was going to run for that office, this was before there was even an opening for whip. They ended up running a campaign that lasted for three years cost millions of dollars in campaign contributions. They would they would give out campaign cash to try to get to get votes became Pretty bitter and then she won. And since then she has always been one level above Denny Hoyer. That is not really a recipe for people to become best friends, and their rivalry has been well known. I think it's less now. I think they now have a have a good working relationship. They're both in their eighties now toward the end of their long and illustrious careers City. Hoyer told me that he had in an interview for the book that he had hopefully, speaker but he was proud to be majority leader. And if you'd Hold him as a young man. He would be the long time leader, majority leader for House Democrats. He would have been really proud of that. So after after she graduated from Trinity, her ambitions as you report that she wanted to go to law school. Her mother, you report wanted her to be a nun. She did neither. What took her in a different direction, So her mother wanted to be here. None When she was a little girl, Her mother, I think, gave up those aspirations pretty soon. In fact, the story goes that her mother said you should think about being in love. Done and that little Nancy said, You know, I think looking being a priest looks like it has more power to it. That would be something that would be characteristic of our Nancy Pelosi Might might look at that. She did think about law school. She took the L s A T. Um to prepare for that, But she got married to Paul Pelosi. They immediately started having Children. They had five and all and her Her life took a different course. You know, she never, though, Stop being political. Even when she was a young mother in New York she was doing canvassing. She said that pushing a baby or two in a stroller enabled her to sail past people at the entrances to buildings who might stop someone else's that she's going in pamphlet. The apartment building the public rarely sees Paul Pelosi. What? What can you tell me about him? So he did agree to an interview for the book? He rarely does interviews. I think he told me that he thinks if people have questions about Nancy Pelosi, they should ask her, Um, he's lived. They have a this long marriage. Five Children, nine grandchildren, he said. One thing he's done for her is he's been financially very successful as a businessman, um, and that that has given her a kind of independence politically to have that as a financial base. Um, he does come. He does spend time here. He's very graduate of Georgetown University, was elected president of the student body there when he was a student there and still active in Georgetown affairs. You say that in 2018 Nancy Pelosi was the seventh wealthiest member in Congress. So what's the source? That businesses san? Well, he he had a financial company. He, uh, worked with Silicon Valley. Now they have also vineyard, So he's been he's been Very successful as an investor in a businessman in San Francisco, where his family is from his family is prominent in San Francisco. His brother Ronald was a member of the City council. There. He has a vineyard. But you mentioned in the book that she rarely drinks alcohol. She almost never drinks alcohol. Uh and, uh, although I was told that the 11 of the rare times that she had a glass of champagne was when Janet Yellen Was appointed, uh, determined chairman of the Federal Reserve instead of Larry Summers, you know, let me stay with that thought for a moment because you're very well aware of the many YouTube videos and the like that have become memes about Nancy Pelosi that have accused her sometimes of being in public light drunk or on medication or the like, What is the reality of that situation? I don't think that's true. I don't I've seen no signs at all that she drinks I've ever Seeing her drink. I've been at dinners where she's been. I've never seen her drink. I think that you can do a lot with a video clip. Um, people could probably make fun of me on a video clip from this interview. I just think that's I think that's a slur that is incorrect. This is Q and a with Susan Page USA, Today's Washington bureau chief. And the author of Madame Speaker Nancy Pelosi. And the lessons of power so go back to their stories. Five kids in six years, six years in a week. Wow, You tell us that she sees motherhood as something that really forged her and also encourages women who have been mothers to to use that as a base to continue their careers. Talk about how she viewed what motherhood did for her and her skill set. So it's so interesting because you think of her The lessons she learned from her father, the politician as being preparation for the political Cruz she had. She says that she got the best preparation from being from running this household of five little kids and her Children describe. It was a kind of military precision. She was extremely organized, she said. Standards preparation. Perfect preparation prevents poor performance. The five piece she would say that over and over again until they could all recited, Um She She also, I think perfected and family. I only have two kids. But mothers with larger families, I think will recognize this. That You're constantly figuring out what motivates your Children. That's true, Even if you just have one child, what motivates them what they're really saying when they're saying this? What's behind what they're saying, Um, what can get them from where they are to where you want them to be? How can you form alliances within a family to get you there? Those are all skills she learned as the mother of five and she's not. You know, I think sometimes women of her generation tried not to talk. About having Children as though they wanted to be more like male candidates. That's not really been true of her. She talks about her kids, and you know, the first time she was elected speaker. You showed a clip of that At the beginning of this of this hour At the end of it, she invited her grandchildren and other Children to come up all around her. That was not something any previous speaker had done. And in fact, there was she had some concern that It wasn't permitted under the parliamentarian rules, and she decided to just do it anyway. The very first political convention this networks each man covered was 1984 Democratic National Convention in San Francisco. And that's a policy had a role in bringing that to San Francisco. What was it so she was chair of the host committee? She was important in bringing it there. I interviewed Walter Mondale, of course, who has just passed away and who was nominated. At that convention. I interviewed him for the book, and he talked about Nancy Pelosi's organizational skills that were apparent even then, Dianne Feinstein was in the mayor of San Francisco. So the two of them were really crucial in making that convention go. Well, of course. The 1984 presidential campaign didn't go so well for Walter Mondale. But the convention, did I I I covered that convention. I was working for news Day, Um, when Geraldine Ferraro became the first woman nominated by a major party For National office Very exciting time. Nancy Pelosi told me that she could hardly express how exciting that was for her. And who knew how how many years would pass before a woman would actually become vice president took it took what? More more than three decades for that to happen. There was an exchange you reported at night and the convention between Nancy Pelosi and Lindy Boggs, whose Lindy Boggs and what did What did she say to Nancy that stayed with her throughout her life. So Lindy Boggs Was, of course, Louis congresswoman from Louisiana, She succeeded her husband, Hal Boggs, who had been in the leadership himself when he was missing. Presumed dead promote, Uh, airplane crash in Alaska. Um, And at that point, Nancy Pelosi got was offered a second political position that had some power and she already had one, she said to Lindy Boggs. Maybe I should give up this other job because you know, I'm going to take on this additional job that has power. Lindy Boggs said No man would ever do that and told her not to give up the other job and told her Nancy no die Power. And that message was so important to Nancy Pelosi that when she wrote her own memoirs, Years later, she title let know your power so about power, which is really what your study is all about. Does she appreciate power for power's sake? Or for the policy objectives that it enables her to do? She? She definitely has things She wants to get done. And she sees power as a way to do the things that you think are important to do and that you want to do as a policymaker..
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"Would stand on one leg and furiously during jeremy. I would wail on my flute right. And then you are tackled by fans or security well. By eddie vedder first then fans then secured. I remember when you played with mr vetter. When you did a tour when you buy did not play with him. I did not play. He played and blew the roof off of the venue in seattle. I'll never forget andy. Richter being terrified backstage because he said shit. We have still more show after this. How do we follow that. Because eddie vetter just came out and leveled the place and we had to walk out afterwards. I had to walk out afterwards. And andy was terrified. He said what are you going to do. And i said i looked at the rundown and it said eddie vetter performs and then i looked at the next thing and it was walker texas ranger lever. Which is a bit off lever. Oh yeah and we would show these clips from walker texas ranger level. And i said andy. Don't worry look walker. Take and andy was like oh walker texas can can if the beatles all came back to life and reformed and played and saying hey jude and they're and all of their biggest hits. I could still follow and say ladies and gentlemen. Here's some clips from walker. Texas insurer and the crowd would say hey. This is better that larrikin. He'll the divisiveness in our country. Right now it really could. I love that bit and we was one of my favorite things to do and then we had to stop doing it. Why because hear me out the actors who are in the clips it started. They started to recognize that we were showing these clips of them and they started to demand all the money that you need to pay them in residuals show it com my producers. My producer came to me and he said jefferson because stop doing. It can't do it anymore because it's gonna cost us millions of dollars. We can't do it. And i said no. We're going to keep doing it. He said you can't. You can't just going to end up going to trial. And i said i want it to go to trial. I said he said we're talking about. And i said i want to go to trial and i want to defend myself and i want to show the clips to the jury and then say ladies and gentlemen that is not acting and that is my legal protection. He's not going to do that. Forget it So it's it went away. Yeah i'll never forget that clip was it with mccully culkin. Macaulay culkin is a little c- child. Yeah and macaulay. Culkin's san well. Thanks a lot you know and like will you sure it's kid you made it through that crazy adventure. We just had and walker goes. Yeah you sure are and then. There's a weird beat and mccully kokin looks up with them and says walker told me i have aids. Oh heli joe allows. I'm sorry haley joel. Osmond sorry. Dan murray mccully kalkin. Yeah i is. He just said walker told me i have aids and it's so judge dropping. Your face falls off like this comes out of left field. You don't know what they're talking about. I remember watching it when the show was when the show and i remember thinking the same thing couldn't believe it and then i thought somehow they've staged this like somehow. This was part of something that you thought manipulate it and i was like. How did they do that. No that's an actual clip. But then the look on your face. Gandhi's face was so wonderful we would play that we used to do it on the show and it would always destroy. We would show all these clips and then we made it part of the two thousand ten tour and it'd be thousands of people packed into the these larger chanting. He told me he told me. Dates madness was absolute madness. I put into my instagram story. You and david bowie when he was singing to you. Oh yeah which is passed but it and it's pretty remarkable. You have those moments. There's david bowie right now singing to you. I have that when i look at and she had this to you. Look at a clip of something you did with somebody and i'm starstruck and it's twenty years later and i think you've done this really well and i know i've done it which is stay in awe like still to this day. I know there's lots of bad behavior in hollywood here. People like oh and then she or here's like burst out of the trailer and through a lot on someone who was like you call this fucking hot and i just. That's what i try to if you ever get close to that. I'm just going to hang myself. Because i've seen it with you when you've screamed at your last for the coffee to be hot and i expect to cough it'd be the coffee is hot. I throw it so. I'm going to shame. You okapi is moving through. The arab becomes way less hot. So that's what. I always say by at time so no wonder it's coming back colder than you want. It hits their face. And then i lick it off but it's no it's it's true. I think i think you. And i both have the same thing. Which is we're really delighted to get to do this. And i'll say this about you. Because i know you well you work really hard you are. You have incredible workout the problem. Why is it a problem but you. I'm a workaholic. And i have like obsessive compulsive about it. And if i feel like there's a week off somewhere i'm like i'm never gonna work again. They still have i. I've never learned as a young like a young actor was like all i wanna do is work and i could and then finally when i started working it's working but now i still. I probably need to calm down. But yeah i i work. Do you feel that way. I think it's not that. I'll never work again. But when i was in fifth grade. I thought my best years were behind me. I really did i really. I remember thinking got that plane car to ride on my spokes right where it should be. The banana seat is clean. Remember when i was about eleven or twelve. And i come from a big family. Everyone in my family there were six of us the other five or headed out to go out trick treating and to keep in mind to them older than me and they're all putting on their masks and they're going to go out and trick or treat and i wasn't doing it near like what's up and i went. I think that time so for me it was like nixon was president. You know what was happening. But i remember this feeling of those. Were good times. But that's over now. And i had these old sepia tone photos of me from the previous six years of my life. Those were good times when they lasted. I see here's the difference for halloween. My the second. I could go out. I would run. I would run to the homes because my goal was to get all the candy. I male right. So i would i would. I was fifth grade or fourth grade. And my i would come back at eleven thirty still knocking on people's homes and they and my mom and dad like where have you been like. I got it all and that's my that's there's none for anyone else that's my mentality. The other thing is interesting is that you are something. I think we could probably have in. Common is a stupid haircut..
Mojo In The Morning
"san well" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"I had a bar regular That his grandkids call him grand. Dude 'cause he was like that's really cool all day all had voter cycle and like went bike riding so his grand cost six franken column grand. Do's and i know that i love is i can only. I can picture him in my had a grand dude. Yeah he's a total. he's a total grain. Dude vicary was cool. Yeah that's that's so funny. These names are so good. Nothing and basha g dog. What's up how you doing koby. Hey so when my grandparents became grandparents. My mom was actually seventeen. When i was born and my grandparents were also really young when my mom was born but whenever i was out in public with them they couldn't handle the grandparent names so i had to act like they were my ankle. Tendon handle it and now they're my grandpa and my grandma but they couldn't handle it for so long because they were so young and my grandma thirty seven she became a grandmother and then my Tad late wife's mom my step mom's mom. We actually called her mom like spike. Yeah i think that's probably a popular one just because of how kids pronounce What's happening sarah mining guy morning. There isn't it hard when you go to a hallmark store to buy a card for grandma's birthday but they don't have any cards named after how you would call graham true very true. Well my grandma I did not call her. Grandma he so unsubtly street. Big bird's grandma big bird always called his grandma granny bird bird. Yeah on san well. My grandparents their last name was bird. So i always called mike grandma granny bird. Grandma hated it. She hated it so much and she used to be like. I'm your out. He was german and so she wanted me to call her grandmother. And i just i. She's my granny bird. What it is right to choose the kids choose of what's up my excessively calls Just reminded me Especially calls my mom Gray be so like. I don't know where it even came. But it reminds me of like a bumblebee. So like an old d like a gray be and Then she calls her my mother in law. I'ma because nobody could say grandma so it was just. I'm stuck through generations of kids. What's up These are interesting here. We got abby here. And what do we call Grandpa yeah so. I have one set of grandparents. We called ma'am on and then my oldest sister. When she was kind of decided their names for all of us you decided to my other grandparents and pau and like pathans. They said like pap smear lily. What do we call them. We call my grandparents. Bummer and bumper..
On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"san well" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"His house to decide if things are right not to be able to give the onset but to be able to construct an argument and a framework for justifying an ensemble. And that's a much more congress if thing than just being able to spew out fats that someone has transplanted into your brain so but in being able to construct an argument to support the answer. Does that not leave open. Still the possibility that people are going to disagree over. What is right and i always thought this is a simplistic thought but i always thought that one of the great things about mathematics is that it's pretty it ought to. It gives us a set of tools to really be able to say right wrong guests the quesion balances or it doesn't well in father in high left metrics. It's more about context so rather than saying this is right misses wrong. We say here's a sense in which this is right because maybe in a different context this other things right and so it's a very basic example but also caused a huge storm on the internet. Recently you might think two plus two you just does equal four but then a whole load of mathematicians popped up and say. Oh well actually. Here's the context in which two plus two equals something else and a two plus two equals five to plus two equals zero in other context. Plus you can equal three and many people see. I think the same kinds of people who told gracie. She's done got really upset about this because they so wanted to believe that. My is the thing that they're good at but has clear right. Onces that delineates them as clever person than other people and so to see people actually say things that maybe they found difficult to understand was a threat to the self esteem and so they really upset about it but actually higher level math is about finding different contexts. In which different things true because the world around us has many different contexts and different things can be true depending on how you look at them and so for me. Math is really about having a flexible way of thinking so that you can see different points of view and this is completely opposite to how it's usually presented in education and how most mathematicians view it as a subject. I will fully admit that my mathematics education ended with calculus applications engineering problems. So not the higher level at that. You're talking about but now eugenia we have just a couple of minutes left. And i wanted to just explore a little bit more about Examples of congress's of behaviors in the world around us and specifically perhaps let's say in in in leadership through this pandemic right. Because i think some people pointed out that there are several countries out there who have done better than others And they like to point out. That many of those countries have female leaders. Do you think that's significant. I think it could. Well be significant. And we need to be careful because it's not the it's not the the share factor biology of being female. That is the issue. I think that. I'm not saying we should ignore gender definition agenda blind a narrows possibly something in the fact that a country where is even able to elect a female leader on like this country a country that is able to maybe just a different kind of country already the fact that they can even do that. But aside from that it's more about the style of leadership rather than the bid the specific gender of the person. And so maybe it's to do with the fact that they they would not overconfident. They did not simply bluster about the fact that we could. We could deal with this. That they did seek the help of experts and listen to experts in cases where they want. Experts themselves in some of the country's release turned out to be experts. But but taking on board those opinions rather than assuming that you'll write yourself is important and also not taking enormous risks with human life. Maybe that's also a congress aspect. And i think that risk taking is another one of those behaviors that often associated with men. But women are told. They need to do in order to be more accessible. You have to take risks to be successful. And i disagree with that because i don't take risks from absolutely not risk-taker and i do believe unsuccessful. Instead of taking risks i built safety nets to mitigate those risks which i think is much more is much more sensible with 'having and i think that that risking taking a risk with human life is a more ingrid behavior you. You think that we're going to be able to. We're going to be able to deal with this because we're a great country. That's the point of ingress of approach whereas being safer and protecting people are more coercive approach and maybe that is what helped some countries do better of course further further research is needed but having this terminology at all helps me to think mccleary about it robin and getting stuck in san well. It's because they were winning. We've just got one minute left eugenia. And i'm and i'm thinking about All the people listening there particularly the girls listening right now. Who hopefully are feeling quite inspired by you and your your path and and the work that you're doing i was just wondering we've got thirty seconds. Do what advice would you have for them. If they're in that moment in life where maybe they're getting pushback for their fundamental questions about math. I will say leave that the people who think that brilliant necessarily more brilliant than you and actually the greatest mathematicians i know we all think live really stupid will. Eugenia chain is author of x..
"san well" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Today. yeah There it is okay. All i was trying to do is think of jackie. Earle haley's name can think of all right. So i i mean he was in one that i just kind of clicked past and clicked around yet. I like i said i didn't watch anything From beginning to end. But i did click around a couple of washed a lot of trailers. I'd love jackie earle. Haley i think probably saw i mean you know everybody. Saw bad news bears bryant. Its two sequels three sequels Yeah i think they went to japan right. Yes bad news bears. The second one was breaking training when was goes to japan right so the categories for the summer but toyota thon or whatever booth thon bouba. Thon i like it not like okay. Do you know there was a breaking away tv series. We've talked about that okay. I was just looking through damnation alley. Just because jackie earle. Haley's and that. Yes i would love to. I am watched that in a long time. We might have to put that on our list. That's nineteen seventy seven anyway. Is that jean-michel. Vincent yes it is. I love that guy. Air will sure okay anyway Jackie earle haley. Love him He is loathsome a little bit. Yeah he's slightly. Love some. But i just want to point out that in losing it He's in a fedora. How which makes it like thirty times. Worse losing it have you Revisited that i have not but jackie earle. Haley is kind of almost playing. This looks like the same type of character in a movie that i just watched. That was john stockwell as well. Now your. I don't remember this movie at all but we've talked. Oh it's got a cavalcade of shelley long senate. Tom cruise is the main character as names. Woody woody john p navin junior as you see him. Yeah as wendell. I love those like it when you used to be able to name somebody something and you're like oh well he's at the door or the you know virgin or whatever. Rick rostropovich was in so many meal. Us i mean. What year was this. Losing it is eighty three anyway. I love recruit cevic. His just the big dumb guy from every movie His boyfriend and terminator yip is he. The love interest in rock san well. He's the one that is in love. With daryl hannah and okay martin is riding his lines for him okay trying to portray him. Gotcha yes sarah no diversion. I quote this movie too often. It's very quotable. Yes but where. He's got an earpiece in st martins like in the van trying to tell him things to say and he says he's i'm afraid of worms roxanne were obscure best it's Yea gosh seeing him. Olders kind of shocking. I've only seen him as like a super buff. Young guy but super buff old guy. Yeah i guess so I should've figured he would be in like Like ncis or one of those types of shows he'd fit in that yeah m- anyway. Sorry i completely. I just wanted to say. Jackie earle haley name. That's it and then. I got caught up into losing and great. That has a ton of people in it. And i haven't seen it in probably. I don't remember if i had seen it. We'll get to it avenged all right. Jackie earle haley. Most notably recently was Watchman playing rohrschack and The new freddie krueger which everybody hated. I have to admit i did not watch the entire movie okay. I know. there's a big controversy. You know whether whether whether. And i don't remember if we talked about it too but whether freddy krueger's in the canon of the films was he a pedophile. Or not. Because it's been hinted around but the are just i don't know..
The Birth Ease Podcast
"san well" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast
"Sorry. We've done as many bursts as i have. There's so many images floating through my mind. Now yeah like the time that a woman one of my clients was so happy. She gave birth naturally and her. Ob female white female ob the exit her and san well. It's a good thing. I was in the hospital because i wouldn't have made it here for your -burse and that's why i like an epidural. And why did you want to give birth naturally. Aren't you sorry you didn't get an epidural. And just for raiding her when this client was so thrilled to have her natural birth. It was ridiculous and in million other stories but i should say hundreds. He's i haven't done a million but it's interesting as you said that too because i've had a few clients that are black and we've talked about or a black provider actually treated them more disrespectfully than a white provider And they were really shocked about that so it was really interesting to me to hear you say. Yeah and this is not to say. 'cause they're like i say i've dealt with all different types of providers so like this just that one experience with harari but i've had other black providers were amazing right. I've had wipe providers over amazing but also had white you know providers. Weren't that great yup and then i've had white nurses that were aren't that great and black nurses. That weren't that great in the opposite. You know vice versa. So this is not to say that but always like to tell. People obese are all regardless of what race they are. They're all taught by the same system. So i mean how they choose to practice is how they choose to practice. But they're all top by the same system and also like to taken account like what other they come across beforehand. That's not to even make this justify how they treat moms or treat dulas. But i always like to take that into account as well. Yep but still you should not be air. All tools are not the same. So i wish she would have taken the time to actually get to know me and welcome in that space instead of being that way that she was because she honestly almost made me not want to continue to be a dula Because of the way she treated me and what happened was she was at a particular hospital. That's not my favorite. But she was at a particular hospital. And afterwards i was like i'm done with hospital burs. I'm not going to the hospital. More like i had all these things i said and it was like the universe was like you're going to go back the hospital because of next to clients. I don were giving birth at the hospital. And even more funny is they. Were giving birth in the same room that that client gave birth. Oh yeah in that gray guts like here. let's work on your triggers. Exactly found funny. That god challenge me and was like oh. You're oh you're you think you're gonna give up nope you're not giving up. You're going to go back to that same hospital in the same room and you're going to figure out how to be a net space and own it so love that. Yeah i appreciate it the challenge. I took that challenge. And i feel like i accomplished it. I did what i was supposed to do. But yeah and that's not easy listeners. I truly it's not easy at times. And so i really commend to your keesa for about. Yeah thank you so much me. I love being a deal though..
Purdue Commercial AgCast
"san well" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast
"This I know that you've done a lot of work with respect to on jemma generating simulated returns for kind of a typical west central indiana corn soybean operation and your projections still look pretty darn good by historical standards right. So i think that's Maybe the difference between what what might turn out to be true when we actually finished the year and look at our canning records versus. How do we feel relative to a month ago. A month ago felt better right on. I think this is reflecting that negatively and as you point out if you're stinky uncertain i think one one thing that maybe the suggested some of these folks were looking at it. Maybe projecting into the future and san well prices have declined significantly over. The last thirty days are gonna continue. Drop over the summer and By the time harvest rolls around were them. Susan even weaker prices the some kind of spilled over into the farm capital investment index. It was weaker as well. capital investment index declined. Nine points from reading sixty five to sixty four. I guess one of the things. That was interesting about that. To me was the fact that if you compare that fifty four to a year ago about ten percent below where we were in june is twenty. Twenty you know. I think about the investment in burma today versus june twenty twenty. Michael say looks a lot better and yet the index doesn't really support that idea so that was kind of surprised if you look underneath and i think this is probably the interesting part here. We started asking a couple of follow up questions beyond that single question that the investment index is based on to learn more about what it is people are thinking about some restore asking the question the last year that specifically focused on farm machinery and then here recently just the last couple of months. We've added a question focused on construction of buildings grain bins. And that might maybe shed a little bit of light on this because what we seem to be. Picking up is people are lot more negative on the construction of green beans buildings machinery. And if you look at the members percentage of producers that said they plan to reduce construction of buildings.
"san well" Discussed on Brandaide (R)evolution
"And could you give us some suggestions as to what we might do to grow the business. And she was very kind. She looked at sharon. Says oh yeah. I can do that. But that's gonna cost you a lot of money and then we had a few other people who then came up to since set. you know. we'll take this product off your hands. You're never going to build a one product company and they wanted to do a favor will just give us a fair. You know for thousand dollars or we'll take it off your hands and you won't have to suffer anymore. That was the kind of thing but at the end of that meeting. We had some names and of course we contacted him. Did some follow up and we actually can't. We came out with one of the bigger. Ems companies that sold at that time. They they don't exist anymore either end and they took a product on so Inch by inch trade. Show by trade show booth by boost We pushed our name out there and push the product out there. And that's how it all began. Nobody's better the the booth clean as my wife. Les speaking of the booth Quaint how sherri. How many trade shows would you estimate that you guys have been to in the last thirty years wiggs while we've been the hundreds but i'm gonna take way back to san well. That's no small thing. So that joe marketing strategy. I think this is the the big issue where a lot of people in our company. Now we see a lot of new ideas and everything else and the big problem is people. Come with ideas. But they don't haven't put the time or money into coming up with a prototype to make sure it works. And i think taken it all the way back we. We had our gum wrapper. We had to we researched all sorts of different coverings and everything else and it wasn't an overnight saying at all and we started out making it by hand in a tiny little shed with it out with a rolling chan..
Farm To Table Talk
"san well" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"In fact when mcdonald's to use the mcdonald's analogy that you mentioned what the egg mcmuffin they publicly announced they're going cage free that they're not going to raise the cost of their breakfast sandwich even penny and so the good news about moving cage free. It's not a bank breaker. It's practical is less than a penny upper egg. And typically that's the tech of cost that can be justified to align a company with the values of its consumers. You in fact the idea that mcdonalds can do it. The fact the idea that places like burger king and denny's i do the fact that walmart in moscow and safeway kroger doing it. It shows that a long time ago used to be a niche thing. Right it used to be like in a low cooper farmers market or maybe then a whole foods would be cage free but now the fact that mainstream companies that sell products to people on all spectrums of the income level bracket shows that. It's can't be done and it is being done in a way. That's that's cost a forcible for companies to to actually make the shift. So i would tell me. Suraj revere that a cow that then he walked in this room and was given the the evil. Look to the marketing guy. He's thinking a good idea. I think i come with some other stats. And then you leave okay. I sign off and we're going to do this. Well you know the new challenges that if you are using instacart to bring your groceries at like a like we've done a lot more to go online and order everything when you put something in like a cage free eggs. Can you see this instacart guides going to be an girl. It's going to be standing in front of it. There's like eight different ones to choose from. And then they start texting you back in san well you want you know you wanna have this cage. Free your that cage free egg and there's a lot of choices. Now they're being made court deliver you robert deployment states that are banning the sale of eggs from case chickens into the grocery stores that are banning the sale after several years of the sale of expertise. Chickens they're still variety still variety as you said there's pasture there's free range. There is organic different. Different family farms to supply them. That people can choose from so when it comes down to consumer choice..
Strength to Strength
"san well" Discussed on Strength to Strength
"Corporation. We got introduced to like fan Friends and family program and we invited students out to our house and we home school and so my wife is like. I don't think we should go into the on campus into the university. I think we should just invite him to our house. And so that's what kicked it off for us and we Start invite students out our before the pandemic our program pretty much like First and third sunday we invite him out for a worship time sunday mornings at eleven and then the second and fourth sundays we invite him out for more of a social event just in case there were students that were. I don't know kind of anti anything religious and they wouldn't join for a worship service they would quicker come out for a social event where we were just in the summertime. Sit in the backyard barbecue and and play some games and sit and talk So yeah we did that. And of course when code hits here in the spring everything the clamps got put on everything and so we just reverted from inviting them out to san. Well why don't we just do a zoom meetings with them and it was a blessing in disguise because we ended up being able to invite students that return to their home countries. Maybe they were gonna here for As a exchange student for one semester and they went to their home country again and the tennessee is out of sight out of mind. And you lose contact with them and so we just invited students through them I think of a gal. Back in japan Couple of guys went back to italy and mexico and then there's some graduated students that state in the us and and got jobs And we can connect with all of them because yeah we were all mobile and we could come on and they seem to really enjoy that too. So.