23 Burst results for "Sarah Spain"

FedEx's request of Washington Redskins: Change team name

SportsCenter AllNight

04:03 min | Last month

FedEx's request of Washington Redskins: Change team name

"Title sponsor of the Washington Redskins Stadium, wants the N F L team to change its name. FedEx said they have quote communicated to the team in Washington are request that they change the team name. The company paid the team 205 million in 1999 for the naming rights toe FedEx Field in addition to the stadium name and sponsorship agreement, Fed ex CEO Frederick Smith is a minority owner. Majority owner Daniel Snyder show no indications he'll change the name since buying the team in 99 but has been under renewed pressure from multiple directions to change the name in recent weeks. John Keim covers the Redskins for ESPN, and he had this son of Snyder will go back. On his original word The strategy has seen to band It's gonna pop up every once in a while, ride it out, and we'll just move on. That seems to be what it is. So I don't know that you know, I think, while it feels like we're in a different time For something these types of movement. I don't know if that they're at that same point. I don't know and they haven't come out, said anything that's not having finding about it years. Boost Allen when he was here. What would always kind of the same line like they're They're not. You know, It's not something that's going to change. So I don't know really at this point that it's any different unless the sponsors start to either pull out. Try to question them on and that process has started. Is it time? It is time for straight talk? It's brought to you by straight talk. Wireless Clinton Yates close to the intersection. It's time for Washington to make this move. They change the name of a colorful ball. Whether Dr guys like it or not, because it just look ridiculous. You know, we've educated ourselves work enough. Understand? OK, man, It's about football like books, soap as I think it. Finally people starting to understand what that is, and we'll have to talk talk. Differences in terms of portrayal of power. All this other stuff is just a bad luck. If I have to. Do you really think the people you turn away by changing the name for the kind of people that really need? In your stead anyway, Going forward like the team relevant in forever, you know, and you're dealing with all sorts of things. We got easy politicians saying, Did you not building a stadium in our city? Unless you change the name of reason, you know, like all this other stuff that seems so childish. I think that's what's so obvious. Like A man like you could do this people will like you like, why would you not? It gets really scary How you think about people's mindset what they believe about themselves and what they believe they should be able to do. And I don't even like getting into that part. I just believe that he really, really, really doesn't want to do something because what most people don't want people for fear cowardice, huge motivated when it comes to sticking with the status quo, And I don't think that this Many different situations. Stephen A. Smith, Sarah, Spain and aerial Helwan E. On Snyder's pending decision. I could see this finally being the moment where the Washington football team has to change its name, and I think a lot of people would like to see that happen. I could also first see a scenario where Daniel Snyder does not want to relent to any of this. And even explores selling the team before actually doing this. I don't think he wants to lose this battle. I really don't And he has been so steadfast in an era where it seems like a no owner who is not very well liked, right, especially outside of the Washington market, and in many respects within the Washington market. Here's the situation. Here's a layup of a situation where you could get some positive P r in your favor, right? And here's a situation where you are living in a market where another team the basketball team, change its name and got a little bit of positive PR. Although felt like the change, the Wizard's was a little ill advised. It wasn't the best option out there from the bullets. In any event. There is a precedent here in that market to change the name and you don't lose out on all that much business and he doesn't want to do it. And so he strikes me as the kind of guy who is so Stubborn and doesn't want to take the L. On this one feels like he would be Maurin client to do that.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

06:11 min | Last month

"sarah spain" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"That's Jay and welcome to your challenge update. so to recap before we get into things, the people who still need red skull's which in case you don't know you need in order to run in TJ's final are Bailey Noni, Melissa, Kyle and Josh. The ones who have red skull's Corey got his last week. Fussy Nelson. Who now has a flat, top very interesting Rogan? Casey Jenny. My favorite and the contestant formerly known as de. So that's where we're at with red skull's. The episode starts with a Love Between Casey and ninety, which felt like a replacement story. Because of the situation, we've seen in recent episodes where we have to find a storyline. Nothing because de was supposed to be the storyline, but it turns out to be actual drama. It is very unclear whether or not Noni and Casey have or have not hooked up. That's been alluded to. There's a joke about we kind of cast in your. Data Noni says that Casey checks every box for her with. I think non as boxes are is attractive talks to me and is on the same season of the challenge that I am. Because I've watched a lot of seasons with Noni and she just needs to be in love every single season. A Nissan gives Casey some really good advice to remember that. Her girlfriend because Casey has a girlfriend. Is going to watch the show, so she needs to be over the top careful about what she says in what she does, and she needs to consider what her girlfriend is going to think or feel when she's watching it, so casing nods, and then proceeds to not at all. Take that advice Bailey. Reveals that on her season of Big Brother, her in Casey apparently had a similar relationship to the one that Casey and Nani have the challenge. This season a reminder. Bailey swaggie Casey. Infest were all in the same season of big brother. Another reminder I try to watch that season of big brother but man that show is like a million episodes and I just couldn't. So I built before this alleged relationship happened of thinking. Maybe I should go back and do some research and try to find it I'm probably not GonNa do that, but at least you know thought that counts, so Bailey says after Swaggie left the house and I did see that he was the second person voted out of the House that season The her and Casey would sleep in the same bed in that case he was like. You're my type. Yada Yada so Bailey says it seeing Casey and Nani like that is making her question Casey's loyalties, which is about to become super relevant Ashley. You're smiling why? She muted. Thanks? She's I think. The first time ever she's lying, but she has very good listening face on. Like, she really wants to know anyway casinos. We're talking about her. What I'm not done. What's up? No I'm just saying you're doing great killer I think so. Thank you so much Jay. So, where was I so? This challenge this week is called blocked in, so they split the challenges into two teams, and then they have to work together to. Basically there's a bunch of black cars in a parking lot in one red car, and they have to move. It's like a puzzle, but also strength challenge with if to move the black cars so that the red car can get through. Stop talking with my hands, so actually does I. don't spoil anything for Ashley. So the split into two teams team one, and also they're not allowed to watch each other. Do the challenge so team one is bananas. Jenny Noni, A. Rogan Corey. Josh, you'll notice. Noni is the only one on that team that needs a red skull. Their strategies that they WANNA. Let One person run point, and then the rest of the people are just GonNa, be muscles to move the cars as they're told to buy that person because Jenny says too many cooks spoil the broth. Oddly the person they choose is Rogin. Who I guess I guess he played a lot of. Question Marks. Also oddly not the only odd thing also oddly Jenny seems to be the only one. That is the least willing to stick to her own plan. Once things get started keeping like that go. That should go there I understand how hot wax and Rogan's like everyone just keeps telling. Johnny to shut up, so rogan struggles genuine won't shut up a Nissan knows the answer, but she's trying not to be like Jenny and then finally bananas just tells everyone what to do. He should have been. been the person that did it originally, he should have been the ringleader I found it very strange that a show that struggling to fill time with drama wouldn't include the part where they debated. Who would be the ringleader on that team? It seems like they just all were fine with choosing Rogan and then Rogan was like. Oh boy, it's going to be a lot harder than I thought like yeah. We get it on. Your, Ashley was that you would be really good at this puzzle. If you were the Rogan and you'd be absolutely tortured if you were the Jenny like she would that my God. Thank you so much. Katie I totally agree not necessarily complement, but glad you took that way so team to which is just everybody else. They don't really have a strategy, but they do have to women who still need red skull's. They've Bailey an Melissa. The other team only had one, so Bailey ends kind taking the lead and they. They end up sticking to team wants plan better than team won even did and they kind of let Bailey do everything and it seems like they get out a lot faster, but of course it's the magic of editing because team one wins, and so then all members of team won all seven of them become the tribunal, which is a friendly reminder that tried is not Stanford three. It's tribe which is, so it's does actually make sense, so the losing team then has to vote one person to purgatory and it's. It's going to be between Melissa and Bailey because again those are the two that need skulls Casey says that she knows she's going to be the deciding vote, which doesn't seem that immediately obvious to me because I guess I don't understand Nelson's loyalties, but she turns out to be right, but before the vote. Casey goes in pulls Noneya side and she's like it's GonNa. Come down to me. So who do you WanNa? Face because we're assuming non. He's going to throw herself in because she wants her red skull Noni. NONI is like I. Really hate to ask that of you which she isn't. Casey came Turner offered it, but whatever either she says Melissa Men the two of them sit, and they complain about how he that is, but alas, it has to happen, which really pisses me off because Noni. You'RE A vet. You should be better politicking either tell her that it's going to be..

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"sarah spain" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

03:37 min | Last month

"sarah spain" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Yeah, I think that was kind of like the only. The only Paul on this whole thing. Not a U. L. P. A. L. L. A. Like Paul. There's no Paul involved. Is you? You saw Richard Sherman's tweet. Like when's the last time you saw former MVP signed for the veteran minimum. Yeah, like well. I mean it's. He's right, but the thing is cam was injured. Last time we've seen him. He was injured. And he because of COVID cannot meet with people for physicals, and and all that stuff right now, so it's A. A big risk quote unquote to sign him to anything. That's prophet like that's much bigger than that I. Okay so it's like it. It makes sense to me. I think I think incentive laden certainly makes sense because it's like. If you come and you suck, you don't get paid, but if you come when you play, really well, you do get paid. I, think the. Race conversation is like okay the most he can earn. which I think is like seven and a half. Million is still less than. Marcus Mariota who? Might be a backup on the raiders. And that's kind of the. Most likely will be the second string quarterback on the raiders, and you're like okay well, this feels. This doesn't feel great and I. Don't understand enough about a like I. Don't think it's a knock on the Patriots I think. The Patriots made a really smart business decision. It's just again in these conversations about. The role race plays in negotiating contracts for athletes. It's just like what is happening in this league and I'm glad that we're able to talk about it. And China late on in some way and I hope that Cam comes out and rushes. Yeah, I think the other thing I really like about it is to one year deal so like he can crush, and then be like okay. Everyone I'm healthy. Remember me, former league MVP, so take out your checkbooks and let's go. All that being said in this season's not happening. As much as I love all of this. It's like it's really nice to get lost in this idea that like Oh cams gonNA. Get to go out there and oh, that's right. This isn't going to. Happen because they're not taking seriously at all so I don't know. Silver that said sports brings people together was a goodell. What are the Commissioner's was like listen? We're doing sports. No matter what I think still brings people together, and you're like we're trying. We have to be social. Don't forgive. Long goal. But Yeah I think it's awesome. I think cams great. It's exciting. It's fun. It's a thing to look forward to another thing I look forward to you know every time a Boston fans get accused of being racist. We've seen it recently with the Torii hunter stuff that came back about how had something in his contract about never being traded to Boston because he said the fans. They're racist and they call him the N. Word when he goes to fenway. Boston fans always feel some type of way when those stories come out and so boy am I excited for them to go ahead and prove that wrong now that their quarterback is Cam Newton so go for Boston what an exciting opportunity for you to prove your point that you're not racist and you're very good fans, isn't it? Isn't this quite an opportunity? So I, know I'm confident they will rise to the occasion. You know yeah.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Time once again for South Bitch sessions where I rant about something that bothers me and fix it this week once again for the however. Many at the time. I've had to complain about something. While the world is in a global pandemic. It feels very empty to complain but there are plenty of things that still annoy me. Shocker and one of them is how do dishes accumulate so fast? I mean honestly it feels like I've done dishes eight thousand times since I got stuck in this quarantine and realize it's because I'm cooking more and realize it's because you know you're not eating lunch or dinner out every single meal you have is in your home but it still feels like at any moment there are dishes taunting me from the sing one day if I snap. It's probably GONNA be about this because it feels like what I do is I wake up. I make breakfast. I try to do the dishes at that time. But maybe there's like a spare pot that's not ready or a pan that I use it still cooling and then I come back later and it feels like those pots and pans had pot PANTEX and created smaller baby dishes and pans everywhere. That accumulated as if from nowhere. Now this could be the fact that I live with a man who is my husband who maybe doesn't have the same. Clean it right after you use it. Approach that could be it or it could be again the magical pot pan sex that is resulting in a full sink at all times. All right if you'll good about what we accomplished. Today I need to stop complaining about the dishes and just do them and or start to outsource them to the other human being in my house who may or may not be creating the pot pan offspring their fixed. If you want me to fix a dilemma Goto. That's what she said was Sarah Spain. Podcast on the items APP. Goethe reviews rate the show of course as many stars as possible and leave it in your review and maybe I will fix it in a future episode. Thanks as always for lasting about an hour with me. That's what she said..

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"sarah spain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:49 min | 6 months ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"I was. I was younger and at that time. My probably didn't even realize it but just having a different appreciation for for what's going on how important life is and you know like certain things that we think are our big deals really. Aren't that important in the grand scheme election. You know looking back on. I'm very happy and proud of myself that I did that And it was like you know a weight lifted off my shoulders that I didn't even know I had you know the people that were closest to me do what I had been through in my life like I said before but being genuine and I think you know a lot of people struggle with being genuine in their own lives Helped me a lot. How did being a survivor driver of sexual abuse affect your relationships with people all kinds of people where did it make you distrusting? Where did it make you someone on? Who didn't want things in her life that were too vulnerable or too intimate? It made me someone that was hard to trust those people which I mean make sense but I didn't WanNa kind of explained my whole life or share anything in my life. That was personal to me unless I really trust that person and it just Kinda put into perspective like I've been through worse before you know and having kind of mindset going forward Oh what do you mean like going through and rehabbing your Achilles You've been through worse before and there is nothing worse. That's the worst I've been through so I can overcome anything. Yeah exactly you can't be great at sports without that. Can you like you can't the excellence the loneliness that there isn't greatness. Not just in being in Shanghai when you're one of the best in the world but Your craft to dedicate yourself to it with that kind of zeal. It can't be done unless you're very good at overcoming adversity. So you're sitting. Here's saying that in some ways that shaped you the most is a professional because you can overcome things and be great because you've no greater competition than the heard of that right. Exactly I mean if I look back and look look at all the things that I've gone through in my life like I can do anything I want because you know what's what's worse than than those things that I've gone through and having the strength to to get through that and be better and so. Yeah wow so you. You're you're looking at something thing that was universally considered negative and looking at it and say that made me stronger. It made me someone who was able to go get the stuff that I wanted from life. Oh absolutely I made. It made me something that I'm not ashamed about. Is there anything else that you're thinking of there when you're thinking specifically hardship because you're saying the Achilles heel and obviously sexual abuse. Those are two very different things. What other adversities are you looking at saying? That is integral to shaping in my greatness at this time those are the biggest ones that that stick out and You know my life is my life than what I've gone through is is what shaped me to where I yeah. I'm an outlook that I have and You know something you go through. Aren't the greatest. But you know everybody has their thing and you know turning some bad. Frankly I think is what I'm trying to thank you BRIANNA. We appreciate your time. Thank you for giving us so much of it. Awesome thank you our. Thanks to Brianna Stewart. You will be rooting for her when the US is playing in the Olympics and we put on the patriotism and the flags and we care for a moment talk about women's basketball. Maybe the way that we have cared about women's soccer in a way that has been transcendent before we get to Sarah Spain and More elaboration nation. Because she's done a lot of reporting over the years she super informed on some of this stuff. Let's get to this week. Sponsor on South.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

13:07 min | 6 months ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"L. O.. This is Dan Le Batard. And we have been remiss in south beach sessions in bringing you the side of another gender in Sports We've done only Jemele Hill on South Beach sessions and Danika Patrick and so I wanted to bring you someone who is unbelievable double at basketball She is part of the most dominant American Patriotic Olympic. Thing that we have Brianna Stewart is excellent at what she does us and despite that excellent can still be a struggle to make a living in the United States which is why she has had to go play in China and other places. Because America America doesn't value the dominance of women in sports the way other countries do so. We're GONNA talk to Brianna a little bit here and then afterward we're GonNa talk to Sarah Spain in as well because she's got some real expertise about the struggles. That women face in sports as they are really excellent and yet still have trouble bill drumming up value the way that Americans do the currency. Let's talk to Brianna Stewart pumped about this around here to have Brianna Stewart on South beach sessions with us because there's nothing in sports better than a little patriotism wrapping the things that you care about and the United States kick everybody's ass all over the world more than anything basically is in basketball. I don't think like. Do you have a rivalry. Brianna with the The soccer team because You guys are more patriotically. Excellent excellent than they are right. I wouldn't say survivor but we definitely support each other A lot well. What are the similarities? What are the when you support each other a lot because to arrive where you guys have? The Path is so much different than it is for men Brianna like it is so much different so there has has to be a kinship between you guys at the top of the food chain in those sports. Yeah I mean I think you see the way we prepare paracel represented ourselves and You know going and doing what we need to do When it comes time to to win gold medals mm-hmm and you know we're going for seven Olympic gold which is insane when you think about it like that but It's it's about making sure that every time we step on the court on no matter if the people change a little bit as a team where ready to dominate. Can you explain to us sort of what it feels like a to you emotionally just to wear the uniform for the United States Yeah I mean it's through houses God but you when you're NFC besetting and you have on the court and you look down and you have your say Written across your chest It's something that you dream of and you know I remember when I was a kid. My My base goes always to play in the Olympics to win. Go buttle because for me I can't I can't imagine anything better than playing the sport I love and represent at the highest level possible. You had a relationship right. You had a an intimate personal relationship with Kobe. Bryant wasn't just motivated from afar right yeah And I we had a relationship for sure. So what happened here and I'm sorry to make it news of the day on you because I really do want to talk to you about who you are how you are in the things that That shaped you but I am stunned. Brianna as I look across sports. It's not just football. It's you know Tiger Woods. It's a joker Jovic Vich at the Australian Open being mentored and just crushed by this and I'm curious what the last few days of felt like for you. We did have definitely been that very tough. I think. Obviously the news of Kobe's passing and G G and those other stuff victims was a shock to to the entire world and I think when the news broke and when I saw you know I didn't WanNa believe it just doesn't make sense like there's there's no way this could have happened and then when it was confirmed and type of thing it was you know and it was tougher on the reasons it was tough because we're with USA basketball right. Now and Kobe someone that is such a big supporter of women's basketball and he He's had a relationship with every single person on this team. And it's it's. It's still hard to come to terms with really but we had a game. The next day we played uconn which Kobe and g g were were avid. You can't supporters and there wasn't emotional night At the end of the day we knew that we had to get on the court and represent. It's not their legacy. What would you point to and say these things along my path when I was a youngster? They're the things that most helped shape who I become uh-huh and what I would change the way that I was raised. You know my parents instilling certain things and to me that they carried over into basketball. You know working hard being humble. I've had a lot of success in my career but you know continuing to to want to reach new heights just enjoying the moment. I think that sometimes we get caught up in all the other things that are going on and still having fun and what. I'm doing what were some of the things that you had to endure along the path that made it most challenging just adversity. You know you can never expect what's to come that type of thing. I'm coming off A ruptured Achilles so my first game back was on Monday. USA Verse Yukon. And it's just like getting getting through that being resilient and and realizing that you can't understand why everything happens. That's an awful injury that's a That's an injury. That's hard to rehab from two. That had to be terrible right all of it. Yeah I mean from from start to finish it was. It was a pain. Yeah when I did it I did it when I was playing overseas and You know I wasn't prepared for it. I wasn't cared for for. What was the calm and like you said you know? It's just a hard thing to rehab. The the Rehab is super tedious and the beginning. You can't do much and you can't walk on it. Obviously I couldn't walk for like twelve weeks And then that was just a lot of boxers that needed to be checked in order to kind of move the next round of Rehab. Do you have to play overseas and forgive my ignorance on this. Do you have to play Klay Overseas because the United States isn't good enough at supporting what you do here to put a value on it it's lucrative the WNBA and now we have a new CBA CBS where the salaries are going to be a little bit better but we have a cat and it makes it tough to compete with overseas where you know you can make a lot of money in a seven month period and sometimes we have to make decisions are for our best interest financially. I mean it's the same with you is offered courtesy a ton of money. You're not going to say no unless like it really doesn't work out with with what you're doing a wide or the other countries value more. What you we do than we do? I WANNA say they've value it more. I think that they don't have to have a cab. You know they don't have a a structure where it's like we can only used. Is this much money for our team. They can use as much money as they want. BECAUSE THEY WANNA win and they they're trying to you. Know make sure that their team and their the city is being represented really well. How much culture shock have you had in any of the Travel like that. You've had to do or the choices that you've had to make to take you outside of America I've had some basketball has has really taken me to a lot of different places and it's been an experience for sure. My first team that I played overseas I was can Shanghai. China and Shanghai is obviously a beautiful city but China is hard to compare it to the United States. Especially when you come over there as a foreigner and You don't speak their language so I would think that was like one of my biggest culture shocks because when you play in China you can only have one American so it was me and eleven other Chinese players and it may things interesting when you're trying to communicate. Well you gotTa tell me all of these stories stories though because it's not just that were you. I mean you're vastly more amazing than anyone. You step on a court with but when you and eleven a Chinese women when your your the powerhouse how lopsided was that team so everything gets to have one foreigner. But you know you're expected to do a lot because you come over there because you're one of the best and and expected to play at a high level for for the entire game and you know my two years in China we're not gonNA say anything about them and that way but it's it's tough on your body it's not the same it's like Wnba. Or when I was in college just because we had more resources to kind of help with your recovery and managing do things and you needed just some very basic things in order to stay healthy to care for your body the way any great athlete professional athlete would care for their body audience. Some of that was lacking. Yeah I mean it's just it's just a different world you know. We have a lot of resources in the United States and overseas. They don't always. I have the thing. I WANNA researchers. I would imagine Brianna though that it had to be pretty lonely. If you're the like not being able to talk to anybody stopping opting your craft Being great at what you do and being over there because the money's good like that's not how it works in the United States for men who are good at what they do as you all right. Yeah it was it was only for sure I mean especially so in China You don't get to go home for the holidays so I was over there for the Christmas thanksgiving And that's everything and that's that's one. It's the hardest because it's like you're not with your family and your in China by yourself. What difficulties did you have getting around? Because I couldn't get around Japan without a tour guide. I had no chance of doing that. Did you have some difficulty with that or did you have so. Did you ever translator yes. I had a translator so he made made life easier By the time it was my second year I kind of had a better understanding of of what was going on and how to get around. But it's I mean it's hard you know. The language is really difficult and obviously the symbols does and the altuva completely different. What was your motivation? When you decided that you were going to do an essay in the player's Tribune and that you were gonNA show Show people all of your vulnerability. What made you decide to do that? I think the biggest thing was it was three falls ago and The metoo movement was was just coming about. And you know I had this story that I wanted to share with people and I don't know one and what's the appropriate time to do it and then when that came about I was ready and I was ready as I could have ever been. You know still very nervous. Didn't like to make myself feel vulnerable in that way. But I wanted to be able to you know so people that Yeah I've I've done a lot of good things but other things have happened to me too and I and I'm still here and I'm still okay and and hopefully help people in that way when you say you wanted to share that and we're looking for the right time to share it. It self evident the article but for those who haven't read it. Can you explain why you wanted to share that. I mean I wanted to share it because it was time and I was overseas in China when I was doing the article and when I posted it and writing about my story on being a victim of sexual abuse it was an appropriate Britt time in our lives and you know with everything that was happening in society and then the world and the me too movement I you know was this kind of encouraged by the other victims. who were speaking up and ready? You were inspired that. You didn't have to be alone with that anymore. Correct and not only. Did you not want to be alone with that anymore. You were going to share it with everybody because you didn't want to be alone with it. Yeah I mean the people that were close to me. Were aware of what I went through but it was just something that I wanted to to show my my whole true self the world and you know it wasn't something that I was hiding. It just wasn't something that I hadn't said and I was ready to say Kinda make it Known to everyone. I'm curious because these things are so damaging Brianna they are they end up shaping you ways known and unknown when you've gone into the depths of examining the way that that has altered you and what it is that you you had to do to overcome that. What do you come away with? I know it's a broad question and that encompasses a lot. But this has to have something to do with shaping your world view. Yeah no I think I think it's it's definitely something this shape me and you know what happened to me when.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That the signs dealing scandal only involves the astros more than one hundred members of congress express their firm opposition to a proposal by MLB that would eliminate more than forty minor league teams i don't know what to do here and finally julia roberts was almost cast as harriet harriet tubman in bio-pic a studio executive reportedly argued that no one is going to know the difference i don't know what do you mean you don't know what to do with it i mean it's a very clear type out that you could very easily rearrange but in a by any comprehension of the english language bio-pic yeah and then what happens with studio executive reportedly really argued there was no period there's nothing no break up with the sentences nothing what's the issue here is god's what is it here's who you never mess up the sponsors you know why because you read those beforehand initially not be something that we get together on as a music turning over for a second i want to do a test here ivanisec up hold on hold on just wanted to turn over the sheet of paper and i just wanna check on your retention do you have any idea the funny neither you just read never mind that you were scared of the punctuation do you know has no punctuation you understand what what did you just read repeat no no no don't look at it repeat to the audience what you just read i read a runoff sentence with missing commerce so what was what was the meat of the tub tubby stutman somewhat he doesn't have any idea what he read he doesn't that and robert absurdity why is it absurd that julia roberts would be playing who new tubby smith i mean jeez yeah that's the same story totally understood the story yeah now you see why it's absurd why would she in tubby smith crazy no punctuation actuation and who episode payton's places drops this saturday on ESPN plus episode nineteen peyton visits with anthony gonzales joe namath and ben stein to to learn it took president john f..

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"sarah spain" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Too comfortable trouble will find out in two hours that is it can be it can be totally charitable altruistic wonderful thing that he's doing and fraudulent you know the problem is is that i lacked that killer instinct that's god's has you know what i mean like i get close to the fire right and then the fire starts little ten when he's on the roof and he's actually warm because he has a fireplace up there that's what happens it i'm like oh you know let me get back a little bit because he's doing good thing lissette tread lightly because i will steal this lane right and i will run he wants it he wanted he was looking up on the internet he so wants to knock you out of the way not since i knocked you out of the way on marlins opening day two seasons seasons ago incense around here stugatz dying for you to meekly beg out guilty because he wants to do the interrogation of the bengals fan dan living on a roof that feels a little too luxurious penthouse deluxe apartment in the sky to billy's point this guys watching us on the roof watching TV right stevie like cable and like not even like basic cable we're not that easy to find he's got the red zone up there absolon on your red zone he gets his meals delivered his wife comes by she does laundry i mean he has a shower second floor of the restaurant full bathroom room everything i mean he's rooting for the bengals to lose right like he doesn't want to get off that roof this is such a good setup and by the way thank you for what you're doing for the family that you're coming come on it's god's is going to steal this from you not since the marlins on the first page of opening day with special correspondent brandin billy gill has something been this ripe for the stealing it was as much as you can hear take us up to the dramatic first pitch billy iranian standing at the back of the mattie saudi reaches down he's rubbing some third and bras and on his hand and here we go up and now he's writing something on the mound with his fingers next to the logo i can't see what he's riding right so you're lined up and the bitch oh ah.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"I could tell i could look it's all god that's two thousand eight i could look at my eyes and see it's not that i was even necessarily certainly you know we tape it in the middle of the day but i could just tell by the look a in my face his coffee and everything else like god my hair i could tell it already having a rough morning if something so that's changed you eventually sleep better you initially sleep worse 'cause you're not passing out but drain earthly get done recently so that there's something guys something nice about that you know the work i think you know i i i'm not gonna sit here and say it's better i just more comfortable with myself in all my interactions with people i work with the people i work with an i think that helps i think it's like every show we watch on whether it's on netflix they're mad better something when you're keeping a huge secret from people tortures you it it it eat you up in in you know maybe by secret wasn't as big as other people secrets better there's a lot to me is what i had and you know unburdening yourself with it it's always the better way to go and so has that have written columns maybe some days i have some days i haven't but i've always more comfortable sitting down the right thing do you need the talent that you're real name equipment or have you gotten everything i have in fact it's very odd three at war that doesn't seem to fit i pretty much a historic historic a little different but yeah but what did you think that show then that show get worse wants his secret without the secrets always what makes these shows great then when they're kind of trade moonlighting we needed the now to get together the deep cut but i know i know you i know you know that you will be right back with more that's what she said with sarah spain is there's something that interferes.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"And first of all, I'm glad that you mind me that we met because I couldn't remember that. We like we literally met we didn't look hang. Yeah. Because it's always funny to me when. When like I work around and near someone in their orbit all the time. But I don't know them at all. And that's why I was excited to have you on because I'm like, I don't even really know how he is doing what he doesn't. I assume, you know, everybody, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, especially like around the horn. I'll be like I've actually never met a bunch of those people, but I talked to him every day. The TV nothing about him Blackstone, but you know. Okay. So you are now on the production side, essentially because you got reassigned because you weren't good at mailing things. Exactly. That's and when you got over there where you made it like, oh, this is kind of like cool stuff that I would be interested in. I mean, it was like making TV. You know what I mean? It's just like making sports TV for someone who grew up watching sports TV like is just I can't believe they're paying me for this kind of thing and like going to Bristol in like be like, whoa. That's Kenny Mayne. It's like and seeing the studios and just feeling like you're part of something and learning how stuff works and can use one of your favorite. You know, I'm of the age where it's just like Keith Kenny, Dan, Charlie. Like like that. It's too like it's just like those are. Yeah. Like there there were they were big big hilarious television stars that felt like they weren't real human beings. You know? And then when you work here for a while, you're real human beings. But that's how that's how they felt at the time. We'll be right back with more. That's what she said with Sarah Spain hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go..

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

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"sarah spain" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We're relaunching Sarah Spain's podcasts. That's what she said. It's part of lebatardshow and friends. It's officially the fourth member of our arsenal. Meena stewed, Dan now, Sarah all these great podcasts on the Lord and friends network. And I heard the interview the first and Sarah can speak to it. But if your fan of the show, I think you're absolutely going to love this interview. And it's probably must listen if you call yourself fan it was uncomfortable. I did today what he does other people. Although I don't think I had a question ready. And I don't think I actually asked it which was going to be about. I did ask about the time when you guys had to bring in couples therapist and how real was the tension. What was really going on there? And I meant to ask, you know, when we when you're at your lowest, what was it like because that's dance favorite question to ask people when they were going through something tough. I don't think I quite worded it like that. But the end result was still the answer. I was looking for in terms of how how real that was and how tough you guys had to work to get through that video it'd be ever doubted. That's another one loves doubt. Yeah. Yeah. No. I turned a lot of Danone tricks on him. And for the most part he played along occasionally he would pretend to get lost in some sort of other thought so that he could avoid the real question. But I tried to bring them back play. Did you ask them? What point distrustful feel worse? When was your look drinks were you having when you were at your low point view ever dream of speed tunes that has been like seven years since I asked anyone that question to you ever, these wait a minute. Because Randal hill told me some sort of dreamy had many years ago actually racing cheated. So wait a minute high even ask that question seven years. Yeah. You did talk about your relationship with Mike to which I liked almost like he's like your son, which was which was touching. Got uncomfortable listening to that. It was a little real. I got uncomfortable talking about as well. Anyway, she gets in there. So that's what she said. She gets in. This is the first episode of of the relaunch, yes realtor. Yeah. Anything? Yeah. Just hasn't been an episode release. Oh, just about two years worth work every week. It was all one of them. Right. Yeah. You were you were think episode to Adam. And Mel which Dan copied for south beach sessions and good work on that. And then you were to which would be funny to listen to now because we didn't know each other. Well, then if you need a bump after day, and I'm available. It's calming because our fans are out there supporting us already, but look which she said crowding to it. They want to support everything that's going on with digital audio network because it's a lot of work under stand that and your faith in us will be repaid almost immediately with this. I because I love it and a little tease that next week is going to be another lebatardshow favorite. Oh, I already know my guess for next week. Can you believe that I have three us lined up right now do about you for your news coming on this week, That's right? right. It's going to come out Thursday. It might be this conversation. Barely got in here on time today using and broken from vacation with a cold and his entire body hurts. I mean, listen, I took my took my daughter's skiing. It's it's similar to a zip line story. I told you guys years ago where I I told my daughters, we're on a cruise ship, and I'm terrified of heights. I said listen, you do this line. I will follow and they were brave and courageous and they did it and did it. Well, and it was daddy stern. And daddy bailed on both of them. I told them you learn skiing and daddy will ski with the entire day. They learn skate. They are great. I mean, I'm telling you Rachel has a chance to win..

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Hey, everybody. Welcome to the latest edition of. That's what she said with Sarah Spain, this episode's a little bit different. It's a conversation actually with my friends, Shahrzad Chianti and her mom Valerie. And you guys remember maybe couple of months ago, I had on my friend, who's a small a, and I'm sort of interested as much in people who just have great stories to tell an are interesting people, even if you may not have heard of them or seen them on your TV and short Saad and her mom put together. Youtube video a couple of months ago talking about Valerie, Shahrzad moms stage, four cancer diagnosis, and how she had this amazing outlook on life and death and someone who is constantly running away from conversations about death and mortality, and who's terribly afraid of this topic. I was not only incredibly emotionally moved by. But really inspired by both of them. And how they're approaching. What is now there about nine months into her mom being given about a year and just listening to them have conversation. Very honestly about what comes next and how they're handling this was so so beneficial to me, and I really thought that you guys would benefit from it too short sadza youtuber, a host blogger JR. Actually, just created a new series that you guys have to check out called high note, and she was inspired to find people in things that would shine a light on good news and people doing. Good things while there's a real darkness going on in our world. And there's a lot of bad news all the time. And so she has done a ton of other YouTube shows and stuff about fashion and beauty and make up and she really wanted to dive into something that was like really personally felt by her in the current moment. So check out that new show at just launched called high note. And if you go to Shahrzad Instagram Shahzada, he sorry K A D H, you can find links to all of her various shows and stuff. She's fantastic. But I really think you guys are going to enjoy this conversation, and hopefully it will help you through friends that are going through stuff what to say what not to say or family members or even yourself if you're dealing with issues of illness and mortality in a fun way as amazing as that might sound to you. These women are hilarious. And so smart and interesting. So I think I think you'll enjoy this. Here's my interview with Shahrzad and Valerie Kiat. Well, that's what she said. So I am very excited for this week's episode at something a little bit different. But I promise you you guys are going to get a ton out of this. My very good friend Shahrzad yada. Who's a host a youtuber, a blogger an Instagram sensation? Just an all around amazing person is here with her mom Valerie and a couple of months ago, actually, they made a YouTube video on Char's odds channel talking about the recent cancer diagnosis that Valerie got and how her attitude and approach to both life and death is so informative and inspiring and could be really helpful for other people. And in fact, I've sent it to multiple people who are either dealing with their own illness or that of a family member because I haven't really seen anything like it, and as someone who very much shies away from conversations about death. I thought this was a good a good place to go to somehow try to hope to soak up all the positive and informed vibes from these two wonderful ladies. So Valerie, why don't you just tell us a little bit about your life before the diagnosis who you are? And what makes you? Oh, well, I'm a normal person. I'm a mother, I I guess I raised three kids two grandkids. I've been a fulltime teacher and after the diagnosis I stopped teaching. I was a teen and ES teacher in ESL curriculum specialist. So you know, I liked yoga hiking in a book club. I'm in a card club and active and having a good life happy and feel fulfilled. And I've traveled a lot, and, you know, middle class housewives, happy mom. And shares tell us a little bit about yourself. I am her daughter..

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John Harbaugh to Return as Ravens HC in 2019

WGR Programming

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

John Harbaugh to Return as Ravens HC in 2019

"Playoff their opponents. The ravens who'd be eliminated from contention with the loss. Speaking of Baltimore, head coach, John horrible. And the ravens are working on a contract extension. ESPN, sarah. Spain can see why have a completely different style quarterback thrust into the starting position midway through and only get better is testament, not only the large accident. But obviously the to me I'm not sure why you need to have an extension for after next season. Why not wait a little bit longer? But I guess there's a possibility that when it's hot he started to hear from other people hurdles Spain fits the ravens are high. Having won four of their last five and currently handed six and final playoff spot in

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Welcome to the latest edition of. That's what she said with Sarah, Spain, excited for you to hear this week's episode because I'm gonna call. I'm gonna call Taryn Kelham a friend of the pod person who I've been a fan of from afar on Saturday Night, Live and plenty of other places, but also online as we became sort of Twitter, Instagram buddies. And I was so excited that when he came on the podcast, he knew what was coming on. The Spanish Inc was issued in commented on previous stuff I talked about. So always fun to hear when somebody that you are a big admirers of is also kind of a fan of yours. Now we'll warn you. There was a slight delay at times. We got through it, but Taryn is a very busy man promoting what came out as the number one movie in the country in night school and a brand new sitcom, single parents. So busy guy, and he's all over the place right now. In fact, if you check any of his social Fiji, he's doing every late night show every podcast every whatever. So I really appreciate him taking out the time to talk to me and he was in his car. So a very busy man slight delay at times, but it worked out. Out also a happy man because since we chatted at the end of last week, his Los Angeles Rams got yet another w. So I hope you guys into his conversation. We talk about how he got into the Rams his time. It Saturday Night Live, the new projects he's working on. We even do a little joint sing along to the Counting Crows so enjoy my conversation with Taryn kill him. That's what she said, hey, we've been included hilas in mantra. Why not? We're already going. Everyone will get to hear this. It'll be amazed able love BTS. They love BT 's totally. So that's Terron. Callum, not Korean pop band. Yes, that too. Although now that we've mentioned it, I can put it in the teas and hopefully get all their fans to listen. And then they'll be gravely. When we talk about. I'm not above that. I'm really not. Taryn. Callum stay here than movie nights school, of course, on the new TV show single parents, you know, from SNL and from mad TV and everything else that I'm so pumped talk and usually start at the beginning. But I fear if I wait too long to talk to you about your Los Angeles Rams your head will explode for for just desire to unleash the fury of your Rams fandom. So I'm getting there. I'd be worried that they move up. Seven. Getting to it at any point they could be winning meaning. Nervous. They just be dominated that they'd be storing thirty points against somewhere in the country. That is so scary for those of us who steams don't score that many federal. Let's talk about the Rams because I was reading about your phantom and some might want to potentially call you a bandwagon her for just saying whatever gets to LA. I I'm going to root for them and then have it be a team that immediately comes to the top of the list. But I actually think it's really why you decided to root for them. Yeah, you know, like I welcome and I, I don't find against any negative versions about my fandom. 'cause I fully cop to the fact that like I'm a, I'm an, I am a new phantom three years new fan, but it just it never felt authentic to jump onto a team having grown up in Los Angeles and been here, and we had the Rams and raiders when I was very, very little..

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Said. Everybody welcome to the latest edition of. That's what she said was Sarah Spain, no guest today, an extra-special podcast in honor of the ESPN w summit last week was our eighth annual summit in southern California with some amazing amazing speakers panels, tons of great athletes and women in sports and a couple of guys to always make the cut. But this is my seventh one. This was the SPN w's eighth and I wrote a piece for w afterwards with eight takeaways from the summit and some of you may have read it. I wanted to bring to light a couple of the things I mentioned in that piece including sound from some of those panels and speakers. I always leave it feeling super inspired, super invigorated. And this year was no was no different, especially considering everything going on outside of sports and intersecting with sports. It was actually a really nice three days to sort of put down my phone. Ignore social media for the most part and engage with a lot of really smart motivated people on big issues, connecting on shared experiences and struggles, and being inspired by people who have gone through some really tough stuff and come out better and stronger on the other side. So I tell anybody who can make it and gets an invite that they need to make it a priority because it is such a powerful couple of days, but for those of you that are unable to make it, hopefully, I'll bring a couple things to you in this podcast that will help you share in some of the wisdom that was imparted over those couple of days down in Newport Beach. That's what she.

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Sean McDermott Davis, ESPN and Dwayne Wade discussed on WGR Programming

WGR Programming

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Sean McDermott Davis, ESPN and Dwayne Wade discussed on WGR Programming

"Eagles twenty seven twenty one. Ryan Fitzpatrick have a day four hundred and two yards passing or touchdowns. Melvin gordon. Two touchdown receptions, one more on the ground. Chargers.

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LA Lakers Fans Skeptical of The King's Arrival

Izzy and Spain

02:23 min | 2 years ago

LA Lakers Fans Skeptical of The King's Arrival

"Houses in vancouver right why not it's beautiful beautiful country up there america's america's rooftop america's hat i've never been i've never been come on man get on it i want go to canada i've been a candidate couple of times yeah yeah but i want to go to vancouver and i want to go to lake louise there's a lot there's a lot of good spots in god's country as they say a lot yeah get on it man get on it you got kids and stuff though that's fatal flaw big mistake huge sean is on the scene in la so i want to get back to that and you know i mentioned to ramona that lebron's agent head pointedly said lebron would was going to miami for championships to cleveland if avila promise and l a because he just wants to which doesn't sound very convincing if you're hoping he's going they're looking to turn around the lakers and get some dubs but we've heard from fans that they're still sort of a little trepidation about lebron's arrival explain to me why the murals getting defaced and maybe everyone's not so on board with this because the idea that he's been anointed already before he's even put on the uniform and accomplished anything i think rubs a lot of lakers fans wrong and whether you like kobe didn't like kobe he was loved and by a large portion of the fan base and so i think that when you put up a mural like that of lebron james and you've got some people that again i i wasn't the only one and you you have discussed this numerous times every single thomas sat in with you that i said that i didn't think it was the greatest move for the lakers to sign lebron james because it might actually stall out some of the growth of not only the players the components that they have but also their head coach luke walton who still trying to find his ways in nba head coach now they've made the signing we'll see how it works out they've got these guys on your deals again see how that works out but i think for la perspective in fans in los angeles is there like well he hasn't done anything for us he hasn't gotten us to a final and we're already saying he's the king of la what does he done for los angeles and that has been a big part of the anti lebron james movement the grassroots program here in los angeles that saying not quite yet are we welcoming the king he shot in front of my i'm sarah spain espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guests join us.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"The latest edition of that's what she said was sarah spain i am so excited if you've got us to hear this edition i could've talked to my guess for literally hours and i kept saying you have a couple more internship a couple more minutes and i'm going to hopefully at some point be able to have him back on because i just really loved talking to michael sure television wonderkid i think he's still young enough that we could say that about him producer writer actor and you'll hear all the accolades but such an interesting person to talk to actually got put in touch with them because he wrote a story about the lebatardshow with stugatz for slate and i spoke to him for a full hour on the phone about that show not knowing that he was the creator of parks and rec and a happy place and producer an actor on the office i had no idea that he was this amazing television creator we just kind of you know shot the you know what for an hour about doing the radio show and everything else and i hung up later found out that it was him who had sided to write the piece and that he's ken tremendous on twitter formerly of fire joe morgan and all these things started to come together and i was like i got to talk to this guy he's just fascinating and he did not disappoint you guys are gonna love this conversation here's my chat with michael shirt that's what she said happy welcome in today's guest tv producer writer and actor the co creator of parks and rec and brooklyn nine nine creator of the good place you might best recognize his face from his role as mos on the office that cousin of dwight treat you might even know him as ken tremendous on twitter in sports books but his real name is mike sure and i'm so happy that he decided to take the time to chat with me after we had an hourlong phone chat about the lebatardshow for a slate article and i had no idea was talking to this superstar tv producer creator and author and writer and everything else so that's a good time for you might that i had no idea that you were the super famous dude we were just chatting about tv radio show yeah that was i want really wanted to write about laboratory for slate because as i had just become like a superfan and i have a sort of weird fake careers sports writer on the side like a quasi career and i i'm i'm happy that you didn't know who i was because i really wanted to get a true reading on that show and the people who make it and what was interesting about it was it wasn't just you i talked to i mean i'll hassen i talked to times i talked to pablo tori i talked to all those people and everyone of you talk to me way longer than you needed to i was like this is a good sign like it's these people are passionate about this thing that they do that they care about so it was really fun thank you for talking to me for that piece it was really helpful and and i'm very happy with the way it turned out it turned out it turned out great it was great and i love doing that show and i think probably because we all love dan and he's like our he's like our entertainment dad are very dad mother so we were happy to talk about that show and stugatz of course he's our funchal so let's let's go back to the beginning before you had created all these shows you were raised in west hartford which is actually right down the street from espn what kind of kid were you i was an incredibly studious child i never made trouble i did all of my homework every day i didn't have a sip of alcohol until i was in college with suburban connecticut is is like classic sort of john hughes movie suburbs i would say like it's very safe and quiet and predominantly caucasian and the trouble that people get into if they get into trouble like drinking and driving and stuff like that it's that kind of trouble so i but i never cause trouble for anyone i was incredibly cautious and rule following i was a middle child so i was sort of and i grew up like my parents got divorced when i was nine and i was i.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Welcome to the latest edition of that's what she said with spain i am sarah spain i'm so pump for you guys to listen to this episode and my conversation with cameron esposito i have long admired her from afar via social media she and her spouse rea butcher both of them just putting out incredible content thoughtful interesting funny content their show take my wife is hilarious and i recently reached out to cameron i saw she was going to be in chicago doing stand up in preparation for an upcoming special and i said i really gotta come i don't know how i missed the boat and i didn't get tickets but is there any chance you can sneak me in and very kindly had my husband and i come to the show really small room working through a bunch of very complicated and interesting and serious but funny material and it all ended up in her new special rape jokes and i cannot recommend it enough it is so thought provoking an interesting hilarious all the same time and she such a powerful voice for what's going on right now for women for everybody and fraud ubt q people as well and it's very wide ranging and i highly recommend it and i love this conversation with her so i hope you guys enjoy it too that's what she said have any welcome to the podcast actor and comedian cameron esposito you've seen her on her show take my wife on drunk history conan chelsea lately and others you've heard around her podcasts query and put your hands together and you've read her on buzzfeed and other sites or new special rape jokes is available now on cameron esposito dot com all.

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Cowboys, Dez Bryant and Dallas discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

SportsCenter AllNight

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Cowboys, Dez Bryant and Dallas discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

"Sportscenter allnight espn radio espn app get the feeling of being rewarded with gold status at shell fuel rewards program download the fuel rewards app joy to start saving five cents a gallon today welcome back sportscenter allnight on espn radio and espn app of john rider and the biggest story of friday was the cowboys releasing receiver dez bryant which will save dallas eight and a half million against the cap this season was the cowboys letting go brand is surprise move sarah spain and jason fitz on espn radio's spended fits this actually came as a surprise to me i knew that with the way that their salary cap looked and the number of free agents they've signed six free agents they franchise the guy they tendered a guy they just we're going to really struggle to find the space to have the cap it for dez at the production level that he had so it's kind of combination of production costs and then attitude and injuries as well but i thought that they would have them come into this meeting with jerry jones that we'd heard so much about today and sort of demand a pay cut or or some or he's gone they didn't give them that option it was just you're in and you're out i think that's a surprising to it because when we think cowboys love or hate jerry jones love or hate the organization you think about loyalty that's a piece that jerry jones is really prided himself on he stays connected to the guys that are more than just players they're part of the brand of the dallas cowboys now to the point of the salary cap i understand sort of some of the constraints but i'll always go back to something that tim brown said years ago in the nfl back in the days when salary cap was tougher to navigate than it is now tim always look.

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Masters hype unlike any other, mainly because of Tiger Woods

Izzy and Spain

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Masters hype unlike any other, mainly because of Tiger Woods

"Welcome to spain and fits the podcast i don't know if you guys have heard but tiger woods is back at the master's that's all i can confirm he is there and he is playing i cannot confirm that he is back overall the pending on your definition of back you're wondering based on the amount of coverage that he got if he's back then the answer that is one hundred percent absolutely yes because this is basically the tiger woods show featuring the masters and not too shabby fits it spain in bits on espn radio the spn app and sirius xm channel eighty sarah spain and jason fitz with you the first round of play at the master's and tiger woods finished sort of up and down round he finished at one over so he's five shots off the current lead so not too bad but there's a lot of names between that five shots off and the leaders and to me it's this is going this first day is going to be over analyzed just like we do with every other tiger woods thing well of course because it's not good enough to tiger plays he also gives us something to talk about tiger which i thought he did a couple of times he tried to kill some people which was pretty interesting look plane that okay fine sys wayward shots that may or may not a crowd and for one of those particularly i looked at it and thought man i'm glad i'm not there because i just i'd be paying just not enough attention that that slight line between you saw the people scattered at one point and i realized that i would be the guy that turned around word everybody go right before the ball hit me in the head.

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"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sarah spain" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"I'm a robot vacuum cleaners so yeah i got one gig i suck up dirt supardi my inferiority complex about guy coat who does so much more like not only could they save their customers money on car insurance but they got fast and friendly claim service to end in awardwinning mobile app plus access to licensed agents 247 who am i kidding i can't even do corners of choking hazards geico expect great savings and a whole lot more that's what she said that's when she said that's what she said what she said well that's what she said hello and welcome to the latest edition of that's what she said with sarah spain a post super bowl gloating is necessary because i did pick the eagles to win a pick the eagle's throughout the postseason and sargis need to take this opportunity to remind you all that i was right you know i do that so rarely but i feel like now's the time and i give got to give a shout out to my sister katie who is a die hard eagles span i'm not sure exactly when she abandoned our hometown chicago bears but she got solely high they had training camp or she is she was dating football player for whatever reason i can't remember the exact or maybe it was a combination of things she switched their allegiance to the eagles and it's finally paid off wore her and it paid off before my bears fandom has so congrats to her i was rooting for them there's a bunch of good guys on that team that make it easy to route four and if you haven't yet heard nick falls comments after the game about failure and how important it is to understand failure not to hide it not get caught up in social media and comparing.

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