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"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Celebratory clap. I did not know about fill in phila- did you know about the hot pants patrol. Because that's all i remember. Phillip i know about. I think there's a good reason. Just a quick google search. They are just the scariest things nightmare fuel. Yeah very much. So i i wouldn't even venture to a carpet township to see them and i love goofy road trips but thanks all right. I was gonna suggest a hang up red trip to new jersey. But i guess that's melissa. We've loved to have you on the show so much. It's been such a pleasure to have you not behind the scenes for us but behind the scenes for for the listeners. Will miss having you in our resume every week and wish you nothing but the best. Thanks josh guys too. And it's been great being number one listener every week and getting to make the show sound awesome all of which you have done and not just in missoula but pre pandemic in the studio. It's been a total pleasure. Have you shepherd the show week after week. Melissa thank you so much for all of your work thank stephan. I'm the new person here. I don't have the history great. But i'm melissa has been incredibly generous and diligent and kind and sweet and all that stuff and you've made me in particular. Sounds so much better than i actually am an and people though this it's because of melissa melissa's work that i'm actually moving. A move into house has another room because just melissa is so diligent about our sound quality. And maybe you all taken for granted if you listen to this show but that is a big part of what melissa does and making this Great show and so. And i the left pieces that working with you on the last dance as one of the best professional experiences i've ever had and it's one of the things i'm most proud of and i got glad i got to do it with you and wish you the best Going forward. I know you're do great. Nope whatever whatever comes up next. So gosh joel thank you. It was wonderful working on that with you. And i'm glad that you don't have to record under a blanket anymore. We're not happy about that too. Good luck with the move. And i loved working with you as well. Do you guys mind. If i do a quick shout out to my twitter chorus please. I'm on twitter at ms culprit. So say hi. Those are show for today producer number one in our hearts of kaplan at ms culprit..

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"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

06:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Kief is included in the book. First class citizenship. The civil rights letters of jackie robinson edited by michael g long. That book includes correspondence with richard. Nixon j. k. martin luther king malcolm x. and one new orleans sports editor. Who jackie robinson was. Happy was born white. Joel anderson the look on your face those last two census on the zim you were. You seemed blown away by that by what robinson wrote. Well it's just a It's another way of saying something that you know. My mother used to say Coming up When i was growing up she was like if they'd had to been me they wouldn't have made it and that's you know i guess maybe this was. This was a you know a line that made its way around the south or whatever but Yeah man that's it kind of blew me away and he's absolutely right and just a week. After we talked about hank aaron would he had to deal with. And you just wonder is good as jackie. Robinson was how much greater he could have been if he had not had to take on all this other shit to great writer. I had not really spent much time with robinson's writing. That was extremely powerful stuff. Yeah hall of famer. By the way i'm talking about your boy hook over. Keep the power. That letter reminded me a little bit to bring back to might affable last week. About the tug persson brothers just the saying that as as robinson dozen this ladder that we ask for nothing special just brought me back to these. Two less famous baseball players knock famous baseball players saying all we want is an opportunity to prove our ability as baseball players just these simple simple declarations or requests for respect the ability to do what they wanna do right on all right. Well we have another after ball for you guys this week and it's a very special from a very special member of our crew. Melissa kaplan melissa sir last show with us this week and we're going to a lot and we wanted you to hear from them so melissa it is your chance. Now steph ed. Actually you got to tell you. Gotta tell them. Because i don't remember this guy's name lists up. What is your pollica. So my pollica is the philly fanatic as someone who like joel takes a lot of pride in their hometown. There was one presence in philly sports. All confounded me the fanatic a green fuzzy three hundred pound muppet. He's beloved by most phillies fans. But not all. I wasn't a fan of the fanatic as a kid in the late eighties and early nineties. Partly because i didn't know what he was supposed to be according to team pr. He's a flightless bipedal bird from the galapagos which is not all that close to philadelphia. I'll admit i may have also been projecting some grief onto the fanatic because those were some pretty bad years for team not counting when we made it to the world series in nineteen ninety-three. Had i been a little bit older. I might have attended games with the original phillies mascots philadelphia phil and phylis. They were wide eyed fifteen foot fiberglass animatronic twins in colonial jackets the intensely creepy brain children of the franchises director of innovation. Bill giles. who came to the phillies from the astros in nineteen. Seventy shout out houston. Giles had a whole big plan for the twins with electronics and special effects but they fell flat in practice. Although did have a cannon which was pretty cool if you wanna visit them today you can. There at an amusement park called storybook land in egg harbor township new jersey. The twins didn't work the field alone. They have the support of the hot pants. Patrol a group of young women in red jumpsuits white google boots and yes hot pants. They debuted on april tenth. Nineteen seventy-one veterans stadiums opening game one hundred forty young women or phillies. They were called recruited from four hundred thirty two applicants. Who'd been advised to wear your shortest skirt and tightest blouse this classically lowest bar marketing campaign outlived the twins by four years with the hot pants patrol retiring in nineteen eighty two so thankfully. I never had to sit through any of that. The fanatic was born in nineteen seventy eight when bill. Giles called up the firm harrison. Sin a group connected to muppet maker. Jim henson gile said he wanted something. Big green fuzzy and undefined character was going to prowl around veterans stadium. Proud home of jail built to house. Unruly eagles fans so this oddball creature needed to be strategically disarming. The fanatic snout is akin to a megaphone. And it's got a long stick out tongue. It also has a tv shoots hotdogs. Into the stands jiggles belly an honors the spirit of philadelphians and ex-pats by taunting opposing teams the fanatic portrayed by david. Raymond was an instant hit. A newspaper story published. Just a few weeks. After its debut said it was beloved by thousands and thousands of fans it also said that phillies fans didn't call it the fanatic. They called the creature simply the bird. Raymond was just a college age intern when i stepped into the birds big sneakers far from a seasoned performer. He was nervous and on that first day he asked giles. What do i do giles. Thought about it and said a fun and hastily added his room and walked out the door g. rated fun. Raymond uses experienced talking with his death mother to communicate with the audience through wild gesticulation. Entertaining crowd and shaping the fanatic story. I can't stay annoyed of the fanatic knowing there was so much heart inside that suit and that it was such a clear improvement from the seventies. A time when veteran stadium ran amok with an medtronic nightmare children and chauvinism. I'm sorry i doubted you. Philly fanatic glad. You didn't have a creepy twin. Don't.

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"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

04:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Was. He was assigned to cover white when he did this. He was covering the little league. world series. Ought not gonna make the little league hall of fame you there. Here's one for you There's a question on core which was a good question about. Has anybody ever gotten into a hall of fame and then actually had that membership revoked like. That's that's the ultimate of cancel culture country if they actually let you in and then revoke it and the one example that somebody's cited was oj. Billy cannon jay not not been kicking now billy cannon so billy cannon lsu great lsu running back heisman trophy winner of the all time greats in college football from the late fifty s was elected to the college football hall of fame jal joel anderson a future college football hall of fame voter. I have anything to say about it so he was. According to this person he was elected not yet inducted eighty-three when he was convicted of embezzlement and sentenced to prison. the college. football hall of fame withdrew his election number of years later he was again elected anyway so they did not have the courage of their convictions or they saw the error of their ways. However you want to phrase it. I'm into again in my lifetime. The only person that i can think of that was honored in sort of that sort of way that was stripped of the trophy honor was reggie bush. Like is anybody ahead. You know something that he got the husband taken the honors their career and at the end of it it gets taken away from them and i can only come up with reggie. Bush was just speaks to me. It says to me that we really don't have a standard for who belongs in these sorts. We don't have a standard for how people should be honest. Shouldn't be honored. And i don't think that we should come up with one. I just think that like if you have a voting panel and however they vote is however they vote because again our person it'd be like put bay buns and put roger clemens in care. That's fine christina carl. We should note said that. She didn't vote for roger clemens because of reports about his relationship. But they're gonna be saving mindy mccready when she was fifteen years old. I mean they're i. I agree with you. Jaw and i think that people should vote for whoever they want to vote for and like it calls to mind for me like the decision not to interview david duke for slow. Burn to make this all about me and as i explained their the reasoning there wasn't because of any like rule of journalism at the rules of journalism kind of point in the opposite direction. It was just like me thinking through the problem being like. I don't wanna give this guy a platform among other reasons. And so i think ultimately there's no substitute for people in this case of fame voters thinking about what they wanna do. You can't look at some like ill defined or vague clause and have at guide guy. Do you look at it. Think about it and do what you wanna do like. that's it. we're also at a time where things are getting rename. We are reevaluating our history we re evaluating americans connection to to racism and other blight saw our historical time line and the baseball writers took kennesaw mountain. Landis his name off their mvp award because he was a racist. It's now voting. On whether removing i n j g taylor spink's name from the award that's given every year to arrive or other media figure i'm stinks. Supposed to the publisher of the sporting news. In opposed integration baseball. So i don't even think that this conversation is in any way unusual. This is what we should be doing as a society we should be reconsidering the people that we've chosen to honor the past and if they were astles bigots we can rectify that. You decided to upgrade your outdoor deck. So you ordered the essentials..

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"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

07:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"That it's a pipeline issue. That like we'd love to hire black people or people of color but there just aren't enough candidates and we need to figure out how to fix that doesn't have that. Excuse gripe like look at the field. Everybody's black literally everybody but like round up and you got you gotta to everybody and so there is an issue here of perception and conscious and unconscious bias and johnson had a really good piece in slate last week that frame s in a way i thought was really smart. Which is that. Nfl head coaches now are allowed to be quote unquote unconventional. But the only way that nfl. You know the people that are doing. These hires think of somebody being unconventional as if they're white it's like oh you know cliff. Kingsbury wasn't a successful college coach. But like i can see him being great in the nfl because he's like handsome and has a good passing game or like joe judge. He was a special teams coach. But like i guess. John harbaugh was the special teams coach and he was good. Or arthur smith kevin stefanski matt rule. You know zac taylor. There are people whose names. I don't even know who are like you know. Young white head coaches in the nfl and a lot of is like. Oh sean mcvay was successful. So we're looking for the next sean. Mcvay it's like well sean. Mcvay is great. But when you have sean mcvay why is he. The one that gets copied. Rather than mike tomlin who has thirty four when he got hired and became the youngest coach ever to win the super bowl. It's a failure of imagination as two kinds of a way to phrase it. But it's by it's by it's inherent bias and the difference jal and i'll push back on on your analogy with the corporate world a little bit. Is that corporations are under extreme duress to create programs to bring in lawyers who helped them comply with with federal civil rights laws and to create programs that try to change the culture. You know we've seen all that. The nfl happens to be even more public than major organizations in america in a lot of ways and despite everything that's been happening this year in particular. You don't see that movie. You don't see that awareness that oh we need to do this. We need to be better at looking for the black head coach. Who's out probably as talented are gifted or innovative as the white coach. For what do you mean you don't see. The awareness created this whole system of like giving teams draft picks if you know black or minority coaches general managers get hired. It's the follows the incentive to do it and the one thing that i've read in recent days that feels a little different is is drawing a comparison between what happens say in the nba. Last fall where the players got together and exerted their influence. I think it's bill. Rhoden wrote a piece in the undefeated that talked about the imperatives to take the next step. That like action is now required and whether that action comes from the players association which is run by a black executive damore smith or whether it comes from players are weather comes from corporations that it's almost to the point where something has to force ownership to change and that pressure again probably lies in the players. They do have power and you could say. Well the power to save colin kaepernick. Why would they power to influence. Who old white owners hire as head coaches. But we won't know until it happens. You know i. I guess i mean. I'm always reluctant to put more burden on on the plates. Not fair you're right and i'm less certain especially now given what we've seen over the last few years the way that you know. The owners have sort of beaten back player power. I mean the the players got washed and cbs negotiations. Just a year ago right so like even within argument on behalf of their own careers. And you know unprofessional standards like. They're not able to really advocate for themselves as well as you would like. And so i. I just don't know you know that they'll be able to do much for coaches but i i guess the one thing for me you kind of circling back on this is that you know. We talked about coaches get hired from all these sorts of different things. Also two different ways of hiring coaches and looking at coaching candidates. Whatever but for me fundamentally would it comes back to is black. People in general and black players specifically never get labeled genius. I would like for you all to think back over. The course of your life is a sports fan or whatever. How often is it that black players get credited for their mind or their iq. Oh it always comes back to some sort of like you know physical gift or some sort of like instinct. But it's never about genius. I've never heard of a black coach described in the way. That like sean. Mcvay as described or andy. Reid is described or bill belichick described and it could be because this is the dearth of candidates or whatever but every year there's a new crop of genius white guys the get these opportunities. You never hear with black players. But that's because it never happens with black people you know and so that's so when you said you pushed back on the private industry. I think this is just sort of a a problem that you know just a function of the world. We live in you know. I don't i very rarely hear about genius. Black writers are very rarely. Hear about genius black. Podcasts very rarely hear about genius. Black accounts whatever you know. This is the world in which we live in. It's reflected in football. And so i think the nfl should change in needs to change and would be great if somebody could oppress them. Some sort of way to adhere to the spirit of the rooney rule but like this is a world problem. This is an american problem. It's not limited to the nfl. I think that's i think that's right and not as what makes this feel so intractable and yet to answer can't be well this is going to be how it is and there are people within the league who are trying to change this. Nfl is not a monolith. And there are you know whether it's bruce. Arians white coach and tampa. Who's got so many great black coaches on his staff and hired a woman. Recently dan campbell. They'll new lions coach and we made fun of last week and damn he deserve to be made fun of hired black offensive and defensive coordinators. You do have these additional black jeans. Which i do think matters. And so the other thing. That richard johnson did in his piece that i thought was really valuable is enumerating. He listed a set of black coaches. Who are kind of the same ilk. Yang unknown white coaches who are getting head. Coaching interviews often getting head coaching jobs. Because the names that we often hear of these black candidates are people like eric..

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"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

06:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Is believed to be the league's first muslim head coach. Those to join pittsburgh's mike tomlin. Miami's brian florez. And washington's ron rivera is the league's only minority head coaches and to be honest. Those are pretty weak numbers in a league. Where about seventy percent of the players are black and other minority groups. Josh abetted if we look back at the archives we'd find it hang up and listen like most of the shows and podcasts that covers sports has covered this ongoing failure. Every single hiring cycle every single off season. there's obviously nothing new about the. Nfl's failure to hire develop minority coaches but in a year. Where four the six coordinators for the two super bowl teams are black including now perennial candidate. Eric be enemy. Did this go round. fill particularly bad. I think it did because it's not like there was a lack of awareness at anytime in recent you know in modern history that the nfl is lacking in minority coaches but given the tweaks to the rooney rule given all of the conversation that we're having in sports and elsewhere about race and equality. The fact that the hires that were made this offseason were made does feel like kind of a crisis like if there is this level of knowledge and awareness and even kind of inducement and bribery to get nfl teams to change their ways. And this is the result. Then that seems like okay. What else can be done like. There's nothing that anyone from outside can do to change the face of ownership and the nfl out there no black owners and the league only to People of color that have made your ownership stakes in that to me feels like a fundamental thing. That's driving hiring here but stefan there. There are ways in which hiring has changed. It's not like things are static. There were three black general managers. That were hired this offseason. Which is a sign of progress. Even if the total number is now just five like three out of seven is like a good proportion and joel. You mentioned the number of black coordinators and the super bowl. That's a really good thing. And those coaches can't be interviewed for these jobs because those interviews have to wait until after a team season's over so it could be an unfortunate instance where like all of these teams wanted to fill their jobs and they didn't want to sit around for these like highly successful black coordinators to finish their seasons. So i mean stefan it's possible to create a narrative of progress here rather than one of total abject failure but it's also hard not to look at the top line and see that as extremely disappointing. Yeah i think you're being generous. It is a sign of progress that more general managers have been hired but distinct jobs the general managers in here in washington for instance former player but then went onto some success and accomplishment in the business world and then returned to the nfl. An executive suites that there's sort of two different tracks and the coaching track is significant because of the sheer volume of qualified candidates. That exist if you've spent any time around nfl. coaching staffs. And i know you have certainly joel and college staff to you know that there are plenty of assistance who are qualified them. Come head coaches and for a lot of them. Nothing changes in there. When i was in denver the guy that was the assistant special teams coordinator. He's still a now. He's a special teams coordinator in the nfl. That was fourteen years ago coming up on fifteen years ago so very often very little change and does come back to ownership. And i think we should talk about y this perpetuates and this is not unique to football certainly but what is unique to football is that there doesn't seem a corporate will to change the climate and the environment in which these hirings occur right and i think a lot of people have made this point before but the rooney rule wasn't some sort of a function of altruism. It was a function of the fact that the nfl was potentially going to get sued by. Johnny cochran cyrus mary right to civil rights attorneys and so they did this under duress and ever since then since the implementation of the rule in two thousand three pretty much all their moves gives you the would give you the indication that this is something that they did not want to do and they have to be forced to do. I mean another side of that is that if they were just going to adhere to the spirit of the rule they wouldn't have had to sweeten the pot a few months ago. That'd be like hey we might improve your draft positioning. We might do these things for you if you consider more black candidates for these positions. So it's something that they don't want to do. I think you're right steph. And you made the point about the owner class right like the owners of the people that are. They're not the face of this but they're the spirit behind this. Roger goodell has to get out in front of people and talk about the rooney rule. The head coaches have to get out and talk about this sort of stuff but we'd never hear from the owners and the owners of the people the only people that can make this change. And i guess what i would say about that. Is that these owners most of them their primary businesses. not in football. They get their money some other way. They work in some sort of the industry and then they make enough money and they combined football team right but the thing about these bonuses that they come from private industry which is notorious for not hiring black people and other people of color people from marginalized communities to do jobs. You know tech construction anything anything real estate anything that you can think of black people in this country pretty much underrepresented in that field and so of course it would carry over to football and i just don't know i mean like i said i we talk about this every year. This is a topic that comes up every year and we're always at the same place in nothing can change as long as the owners have no incentive to change. You know like you make them. They're not going to do it. But i guess at a certain point it's like how can you make them like what instrument would rule. What policy can you do to make them accountable for these. These terrible numbers so in those industries that you mentioned private industries and others all the excuses..

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"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"schilling" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"I'm assuming hello stephan. Hi josh first day. In order like seven hundred and ten days that washington has gotten more than half an inch of snow. That seems about right. I made a little snowman. Did you lose count. After like seven hundred and two exiting off the day on my snow calendar with us from palo alto slate staff writer host of slow burn season three and the upcoming season. Sex joel anderson. What are your thoughts on snow. Joel glad that. I live on the west coast where it's not snowing but we'll have to trade that for wildfire season here pretty soon. Yeah that seems like a bad trade. I personally hits now. I just want that on the. We're from warm climes jones. Yeah i'm i'm very much tropical person you are as well stephan melissa. Meow no what you can do not love the cold grew. You're welcome anytime to come Shovel the wintry mix in front of my house. Leave leave light on for you. You finally decided to learn how to escape see ordered the essentials. Every ice skater needs a pair of blades. A new helmet any good set of kneepads and used your bank of america. Cash rewards credit card choosing learn three percent cashback online shopping rewards. You put towards the cost of an essential piece of post skating recovery. A heating pad visit bank of america dot com slash more rewarding to apply now copyright two thousand twenty bank of america corporation in may the. Nfl made a few tweaks to its rooney rule. That's the league policy requiring franchises to interview minority candidates for head coaching and senior football front office positions. Those changes were meant to expand opportunities for the candidates and reward the teams that did their best to develop and hire them but the first hiring cycle since their implementation has been a mixed bag. The texans field the nfl's final opening with a black head coach. David cali in two weeks ago. The jets hired robert sala. Who is believed to be the league's first muslim head coach. Those to join pittsburgh's mike tomlin. Miami's brian florez. And washington's ron rivera is the league's only minority.

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Remembering Atlanta Braves legend and longtime MLB home run king Hank Aaron

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:53 min | Last month

Remembering Atlanta Braves legend and longtime MLB home run king Hank Aaron

"It was a sad day in baseball last week. When hank aaron passed away at age eighty six. One of the all time greats sluggers in baseball history. He wasn't amazing player. An amazing person. And when you think about hank. Aaron and his impact on a game it was tremendous. Think about this hank. Aaron played in the negro leagues hank. Aaron came up to the big leagues and was a star from day one. And when you look at his body of work. It is an incredible incredible degree of consistency. When you think that hank aaron batted three oh five. Seven hundred and fifty five home runs almost averaged hundred. Rbi is twenty three seasons and think about this. If you took away as seven hundred and fifty five home runs from his hit total he still would have three thousand hits. Which by itself get you into the hall of fame so not only does he have three thousand hits. He has a five hundred home. More than five hundred home runs. Those two are markers for me that automatically get my vote and then when you think about what he had to go through to become the homerun champ and the hey and the threats and the racism that was pointed towards him. Think about that People saying that they were going to shoot him. Kill his kids and this guy never never came undone never lashed out at people never got angry. Just kept playing ball kept his head down. He is definitely someone you can admire. And then he did weeks that milestone passing babe ruth and what a monumental moment that was when hank aaron became the all time home run king and i know people some people say he's still my home run king and is not barry bonds and i don't really wanna get into the whole debate about this. This is about hank. Aaron and what he did. I respect what hank aaron put up his numbers he put up but in the record books he's number two and that's where he is and that's what i respect and there's nothing wrong with being number two when when you put up the body of work that hank aaron has done he will be missed. What an impact. He's had and the grace and the dignity everything he play with and he was a world series champion and he was a steady as a as a as a get. Never hit fifty home runs. How can a guy play twenty years. Hit all those home runs and never had those big years over fifty. It's it's an amazing amazing accomplishment. And hank aaron will definitely be missed

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No one elected to Baseball Hall of Fame; Curt Schilling requests removal from writers' ballot

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:52 sec | Last month

No one elected to Baseball Hall of Fame; Curt Schilling requests removal from writers' ballot

"Last night's voting curt schilling had the highest vote. Counts seventy one point one percent but that of course is short of the seventy five percent needed to get in After the voting results were announced curt schilling released a facebook. Post that he'd sent to the hall of fame basically asking that he be taken off the ballot next year in his last year eligibility. I'm paraphrasing air. We basically was indicating that he doesn't make the writers he doesn't want to be judged by the writers. He'd rather be judged by veterans committee which is comprised mostly of his peers Barry bonds get sixty one point. Eight percent roger clements sixty one point six percent. They have basically not moved in any of the Any of the voting in recent years voting percentages By the way about schilling's post hall of fame board chairman jane forbes clark said a statement that the board will consider the request at our next meeting

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No new Hall electees in rare outcome

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:04 min | Last month

No new Hall electees in rare outcome

"Of 2021 was announced yesterday, and it includes Nobody. Absolutely nobody zero players on the 2021 Baseball Writers Association of America Bow It received the votes necessary to get into the Hall of Fame. Nobody zero Barry Bonds and his seven MVPs. Nope. Roger Clemens and his seven Cy Young Awards hit the bricks. The bricks Power. Curt Schilling close, but no cigar. None of them appeared on 75% of the ballots that they need to get into the Hall of Fame. So there will not be a Hall of Fame class of 2021. All three got hammered again. Too, for being juiced out of their minds and one for well, just being out of his mind. As a result, it's the first time since 1960 that there will be no change in the number of members for the Hall of Fame. So no need to waste any time or any money on any new plaques. Obviously, I'm not surprised. And if you are surprised you have not been paying attention, or you've been lying to yourself like you. New bonds was not getting in this year. You knew that was not happening. Just as you knew the Clements was not getting in this year. The voters have pretty much dug in. They made up their minds and their decisions on bonds and Clemens a long time ago. You were either okay with them juicing up to their eyeballs, or you weren't Again Binary. Either you're fine with it or you're not. You could either rationalize it by saying they were already Hall of Famers before they started using. Or you could say that we're talking about a sport full of bull, Reuters and it bonds and Clemens were still the best. Because quote everybody was using, and by the way, everybody was not using. But that's one of the arguments. Always hear what everybody was doing it and they were better than everybody else. Let him in. No.

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Schilling, Clemens, Bonds Fail To Earn Spot In Baseball Hall Of Fame In 2021

Steve Scott

00:15 sec | Last month

Schilling, Clemens, Bonds Fail To Earn Spot In Baseball Hall Of Fame In 2021

"Nobody in the 2021 class of the Baseball Hall of Fame first time since 1960. It's the first time the writers didn't elect anybody since. 2013 Curt Schilling, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens all have one year left. Feeling No told the hall. He wants his name taken off

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Former Boston Red Sox Pitcher Curt Schilling wants off the Hall of Fame ballot

Steve Scott

00:35 sec | Last month

Former Boston Red Sox Pitcher Curt Schilling wants off the Hall of Fame ballot

"We'll stay for the first time since 2013. The baseball writers did not elect anybody to the Hall of Fame. Curt Schilling came the closest missing by 16 votes. He got 71% Barry Bonds. Roger Clemens were both at 62%. All three have one year left next year, their final year of eligibility. But Schilling says he He doesn't want to be a part of it. He wrote a letter to the Hall of Fame, saying he wants his name taken off the ballot. It's the first time since 1960 that nobody, I mean, not even someone from a veteran's committee is part of a class for the Hall of Fame. But Derek Jeter in the class of 2020 are still scheduled for induction this summer in

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No new members to HOF; Schilling asks off ballot

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:02 min | Last month

No new members to HOF; Schilling asks off ballot

"Hall of Fame first time that's happened since 2013 Curt Schilling had 71.1% of the ballots 16 votes shy of the necessary 75%. Bond. 61.8 Clemens 61.6, both up slightly from last year. Next year will be the final year on the ballot for bonds. Clemens and Chilling and Bob Costas points out that shillings, extreme political rants might have cost him regarding shilling whose credentials are unquestioned. I would have thought Absent any other controversy he would have been in long ago. I was talking to Al Michaels earlier. I'll talk this way into the Hall of Fame. In effect, Curt Schilling may have talked and tweeted his way out of the whole event. Costas on the MLB network. Schilling was fired from his job at ESPN for rants about Transgenders and the LGBT Q community. He has sent a letter to the Hall of Fame requesting his name Be removed from next year's ballot. As first reported by Alex

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How to market Blockchain with Itai Elizur from MarketAcross

Bitcoin Radio

04:11 min | 4 months ago

How to market Blockchain with Itai Elizur from MarketAcross

"And partner at a marketing agency will actually to marketing agencies under the same roof when it's called inbound junction. Still active in historically into the bbc asked base. I'm a marketer for about more than ten years in the b. two b. safe-space which is very big in israel of work tel aviv based agency and about four five years ago we were getting pretty big fintech space and some are bigger and better partners in israel talks about about the growing space into my partners very early investors and bitcoin lost a lot of money in mccormack's ended just kind of opened a sister agency called market across and started working with projects. We were very active. In the seal boom downs of jean-ann we've matured with industry today. We are a full stack marketing agency working with a lot of big macs. How does marketing. How does marketing. For blockchain and crypto. How does that differ. 'cause said you're kind of doing both sides you have under one roof. How what's the. What's the core. Differences remark integration question. I would say lease the first generation of projects that i was part of thousands of so there. I always say that i think blockchain is over. Pr and marketed. Because there were actual products it was more of misstatements ideas and most of these eight based protocols again you know. You don't have a big city on the website of sign up or purchase. Or whatever. So very different from classical. I would say. Vw marketing which has literally a conversion point. Put something in relics alright optimizing towards a funnel or something like that. So i would think that that is the most core core difference between product marketing and more i would say branding and marketing and maybe even assisting fundraising style marketing. That's i think the core difference. And i think the other one would be today about. There's just so much charity very fast. So when you go to the other part which our product will be a wallet in exchange. Whatever you have environments where there's fifty or sixty comes king in two three years and it's so hard to differentiate especially for a marketer to try convey that message so i think that's how it this is so new and it kind of there. There are some leaders in some spots in the sphere. But but still. Is that a big issue. This this problem differentiation. Where we're as a marketer. You have to single out. You know you're trying to take your client and say this is why they're different but is the customer. The customer base even knowledgeable enough about about the technology that you could differentiate easily here. That's a that's a great question. So let's different you between i would say Based protocols and technology and then products like exchangeable so when people who come to us again mostly developers or developers in the blockchain space are very very techy. Maybe don't come from a business or marketing background. They'll come to us and say oh you know my network goes to eleven speed or whatever and you're in me as a marketer i'm gonna say right but what's on the block you know how many people transactions are actually processing so in. That's a. that's a big gap between when people want to sell the technical capabilities and want to say all right the me as a marketer pr person at least today people much more wanna see about adoption. So that's like. I think i'm the tech level where you need to go and say all right you're not gonna talk about triple charting. Whatever because that's not really the main thing had to bring that chored usable business use case and when it comes to product marketing and it's also a bit together. I think it's kind of like schilling. Is is great outside but when sit inside the strategy. That doesn't look right. there's a lot of exchanges. What's different about this other than you know. Argos secrete the easiest platform okay. Great but right now in other space would you giving people what's different in. How do you play on. That really executive could be the non. Kyc concept could be the fiat pairings. It could be a really good mobile interface. But we're in that place already. Were ordinary place where people are discussing that not just stating we're going to build a the nicest exchange so I think we're an industry. That's moving in the marketing. Space from wall want will ken to like our is in doing. So that's for me like my biggest mission with my clients. It's really trip. Notch it down from the potential to what's actually

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Live Streaming Ecommerce: the new way to sell online

Daily Tech News Show

04:23 min | 4 months ago

Live Streaming Ecommerce: the new way to sell online

"How about live streaming shopping then the verge is Carmen has an article about how livestream shopping has become huge in China and US companies are trying to catch it on here as well. Amazon. Launched live for influencers in July instagram facebook launched live shopping features in August Google their own. That's kind of on demand. It's not live the idea with these is to make a more modern shopping channel experience with influencers as the hosts, hundreds of millions of people tuned into shopping livestream. June in China it's just keeps going up and up. Kim Kardashian partnered with Chinese influence on one of these streams in China and sold fifteen thousand bottles of perfume like that. During an appearance the numbers are rising in the US now to forty thousand people watched Youtuber Nikita dragoons live shopping event on instagram five thousand items were added to shopping carts during the segment, all her branded products. So she was selling her own stuff direct to you. The people hosting live shopping streams already have dedicated fan bases that see them as friends. So the difference with QVC is with QBC. You got to know the hosts on QVC if you watched it a lot, you might kind of know the celebrity that shows up but these are folks were you feel like if you're in the influencers audience if you watch their youtube channel, you subscribe to them on Instagram you follow their tick talks you feel like you know them. So when they show up, it's not a stranger or a celebrity. It's a friend telling you like, Hey, this beauty product works great. Check it out. Also interactivities can you can you can take calls on QVC and they do that but this is live chat people who are savvy about talking to a chat room while they're doing the livestream, for instance, facebook and their Best Practices encourages folks to reply to everyone who DMZ comments according to Ashley's article on the verge. So this is one of those trends that keep an eye on. You're probably going to see this happening more and more, and it is a different spin on the old shopping channel idea. And also. It's a it's a it's a next step from what a lot of influencers are doing on their popular channels already. I actually sometimes there are people that I follow that I like and I trust I don't know that I would consider them friends but I like their content I would like to see something like this. In fact, I would like to experience this in a shopping stream type of way rather than be like Elizabeth Instagram Ad Oh? Yeah. They tagged at the end. Yeah. Okay. It's an ad. So I think that this is it. It makes a lot of sense sure there's going to be. People who are schilling things that they don't necessarily care about and that's just advertising general. But but yeah, that kind of fun. Let's hang out. Let's be interactive to me. This is not that different than watching somebody play a video game you're you're there and you're hanging out. Patrick on a scale of one to horrified how do you feel about this? Okay. So disclose your I actually was part of a set of a whole bunch of people who who did technology on Youtube or invited out to do a series of QVC type Um trials when Amazon was considering doing some while basically some programming like that it was really fascinating because one of the people there had been a term host with a certain high profile comedian on QVC and one talking to her about some of this is one of most fascinating conversations that I've ever had because they have a huge amount of control and it's all about kind of generating a certain amount of money permitted. Or second or however the metrics running. So on one hand, this makes perfect sense to me and it's it's if you're an influence, you're looking for revenue streams. This makes perfect sense. I'm kind of curious at what point they figure out how to generate more money permitted on this because at this point, it seems like it's super experimental and then Amazon will do Amazon does and they will figure out a way to turn it into this giant money generating beast of joy. But you know I think if you're an influence and you can get involved with this and you can pick up commissions why wouldn't you? Also I'm I'm curious why we're seeing Google's experimental arm put a on demand version out and according to this verge article at least one person didn't find that it that it worked very well why aren't they doing live shopping on Youtube? Why isn't that like a product that they've launched a little surprised? Maybe it's in the works in it'll come out to.

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Cleveland Indians Ace Shane Bieber Developing Into One of the Top Starters in MLB

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:14 min | 6 months ago

Cleveland Indians Ace Shane Bieber Developing Into One of the Top Starters in MLB

"Talk about Shane Bieber who last night another great start and it was looking at his numbers this morning. Mad. He's faced one hundred, fifty batters in those he struck out sixty five, he's allowed five runs the whole year four those on home runs runners in scoring position forty, one innings or forty and two thirds innings pitched and only been ten situations in which a batter came up with a runner scoring position, and they're all for ten when we were lucky enough. To have him on a Sunday night, broadcast a couple of weeks ago and they're not many times would do in a broadcast and you're watching pitchers stuff and it's kind of taking your breath away. But that start watching his cut fastball particular it's curb all good Lord I don't know that anybody hits him. Yeah, and you know I mean I I you had the same kind of Breathlessness when you watch him as is when you watch a handful of other guys in the League. Like Derek Cole. I don't know if you saw Casey. Anything Casey mize's debut the other night. Yeah. Man. There were flashes in there where you might goodness split finger, fastball moves screwball. And boy those guys are fun to watch the way. They can manipulate the ball and I'll use a pitching coach term, shape their pitches. By the way I don't ever remember hearing people talking about shaping pitches before rap Soto, and some of the baseball factories that exists around the country now, Yemen. Bieber is fun to watch and when he first came up I, I don't know that any of us took him seriously as an ace in wait he had terrific minor league numbers maybe we should've taken him that seriously had always been a huge kind of strikeout-to-walk ratio guy. Those numbers were always really great in line with the guy that could play in the big league level. But it it maybe it's because he came from from UCSB and it's a very small intimate list of major league players to come from the University of California Santa Barbara. Not a lot of gauchos out there I mean just top of mind and a crisper went. To UCSB, Quinn Mack ucsb Guy Ryan spill boards. UCSB. Guy But it's a small list, right? So. He didn't come with the kind of pedigree that would indicate that this guy's in there and heard you talk about this to be there's something in the sauce in Cleveland. There's something they do developmentally with the air and cer- volleys and the you know Zach Lease Accent Mike cleansers even though that discussion has taken a different track or something that happens with those guys when they get there that takes them to the next level. We we give the Astros a lot of credit for bringing great pitchers to the Uber Grade Level I. Think we have to have that conversation about the Indians as well. You Lie Spirits Sports Bureau Senate there's no chain. BIEBER's the fourth pitcher fifth instance in the modern era since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five strikeouts in his first six starts this of the. Season Nineteen seventy-eight Nolan Ryan at seventy one, two, thousand, Pedro, Martinez Sixty seven two, thousand, one, Pedro Martinez Sixty six, and then you have shamed bieber and curt schilling with sixty five. So he's off to an incredible start

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Steve Bannon's arrest has tertiary ties to video games

Gaming Ride Home

05:35 min | 6 months ago

Steve Bannon's arrest has tertiary ties to video games

"Former thirty eight studios CEO curt. Schilling was involved in the build a wall pack. The thing that just led to former Donald Trump advisor, steve bannon getting arrested. This is just a weird tangentially related to video games news story that is just so strange and it also kind of goes to show that if curt schilling is involved in a company, that's probably a good reason to not invest any money. So for the. Non Video game side of the story former President Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon was arrested this morning for issues related to a crowdfunding campaign. He was involved with that was raising money to build a wall between Mexico and the United States of America. The campaign raised over twenty, five million dollars, but apparently, the money was being used for personal gain Audrey Strauss the acting us attorney for the southern district of New York said. The. Defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors capitalizing on their interest and funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars under the false pretense that all of the money would be spent on construction while repeatedly assuring donors that Brian Cole fade the founder and public face of the We build the wall would not be paid a cent. The defendants secretly schemed to pass hundreds of thousands of dollars to coalfields, which he used to fund his lavish lifestyle. That quote comes from NPR story. Linked in the show notes. So that's the main part of it but the tangentially related video games side of it comes from Edward Isaac Dove Air From the Atlantic on twitter who wrote Crisco Bosch is the General Counsel of the build the wall pack that Steve Bannon was just arrested for being involved in as chairman. The advisory board includes Eric Prince Former Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo Sheriff David Clarke and former pitcher curt schilling curt schilling is predominantly known for being a pitcher in the MLB. I will always know him as the CEO of thirty eight studios, the developer that created kingdoms of Amour with investment funds from the State of Rhode Island, which he neglected to return when required, which ultimately doomed the developer and the kingdoms of Ahmir franchise though then might be making comeback soon, there's a, there's a remake rerelease on the way. It's really gross that money was being raised to build a wall which as near as I can tell is thankfully nowhere near fruition and it's totally unsurprising that it is all collapsing under the weight of its founders deciding to just try and keep the money for themselves. Rock steady responds to recent sexual harassment issues with kind of a weird public statement. The publication. The Guardian recently released a story about sexual harassment issues at develop a rock steady games and how the company had not taken proper action when women within the studio went directly to its leadership wants the article was published rock steady apparently began to take action internally and called a studio meeting but the developer also released kind of strange statement on twitter. Here's the statement in full working on. Our response to the recent news, we received the following unsolicited letter eight out of ten people that sign of the original two, thousand, eighteen letter or still rock steady. The following unedited letter below is from seven of those people. Please note that all involved do not wish to have their identity disclosed publicly under any circumstances. This statement is sent in representation of the current women at rock steady studios who were. Working at the studio in two thousand eighteen who signed a letter regarding issues being faced by female employees. The statement has in no way been asked for or influenced by management or anyone else. This is solely the voices of those involved who are still currently employed by rock steady. We all feel the need to respond to this and to reflect what actually happened at the time and how this has been. Handled since recently, an article was posted in the Guardian regarding this letter, which was sent to the studio heads and HR in two thousand eighteen in addition to multiple other accusations. In this article, we feel that the anonymous source or sources attempted to speak on behalf of all women at rock steady, and we do not feel that this article is a fair representation of us the events at the time or. Since the letter was received when the letter was received by the studio immediate action was taken, which resulted in a series of meetings with the women of the studio to allow us a safe space to talk about any issues we were facing figuring out strategies to resolve these issues and what the studio could do going forward continued efforts have been made to ensure that we have a voice within our. Working, within the studio ranging from involvement, specifically with how our characters are represented to workshops to help build self-confidence within male dominated industries. Throughout all of this, a firm promise has been made that there always an open forum for us to speak out net issues would be addressed with seriousness none of the current female employees at the studio who are involved with the letter were contacted about this letter being released. To the media until we were informed by the studio at the time of working through the original letter with the studio, we were assured that this would be kept as a private matter. As this was what we had collectively requested we feel that our privacy and witches have been disregarded and a private matter has been made public. This has left us feeling that we have been violated by the source or. Sources as it was kept private for personal reasons, twelve involve not to industry secrecy. We would like to conclude this statement reaffirming the importance of any minority within the games industry to speak up and four studios to take seriously as rock steady did at the time and continues to do any allegations being brought forward to work towards creating safe environments for us to work in so that we can make games.

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Animals Appreciate Recent Traffic Lull

60-Second Science

02:32 min | 8 months ago

Animals Appreciate Recent Traffic Lull

"Don't worry about why the chicken crossed the road. The bigger question is whether it'll make it at all. Every year millions of animals get killed by vehicles in the US, but that road risk has dropped because of the Kobe pandemic. We're the negative impacts of the economy. family relations I'm sitting in my living room and I don't see as much of my family as I as I normally would. So there's a lot of impacts that the positive impacts of becoming more clear, and that could really change the discussion after the pendant changed some of our assumptions out how much driving we should do if we want to protect nature while by air quality climate change in so for Fraser's Schilling. Co Director of the road, Ecology Center at the University of California Davis One officials began issuing stay at home orders to slow the spread of Covid, nineteen schilling and his colleagues quickly realized they were witnessing a novel experiment. What happens when we all start driving way less? The answer is a lot. Lot of things, including fewer units and lower greenhouse gas emissions from cars in their latest report, the researchers found that driving less has also led to a dramatic decrease in road kills in three states which they had long term data. Idaho Maine and California, so actually the the largest conservation action that the US has ever taken creation of the national parks. The team documented about a third fewer collisions with deer, Moose and other large mammals in the four weeks following shutdowns. If such a slowdown persisted for a year, twenty, seven thousand large animals would be saved in just those three states. In California, the researchers also look specifically at mountain lions. Some populations in urban areas are at risk of local extinction and vehicles are one of the top killers whoever, in recent months traffic deaths of mountain lions have dropped by fifty eight percent, revealing an important clue about how to save them well to keep them from going extinct or to recover them. We need to protect them traffic, and that means we need to build. We need to put in fencing along highways and crossing structures over the hobbies, and that's that's that's a big deal. People are now returning to the roads. Stay at home. Orders are lifted, but schilling hope some of the lessons might stick. I think we can grow from this. Having less impact while everybody loves loudly. You know if we if we can find a way to not kill them. It seems like everybody can lineup.

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"schilling" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"schilling" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"So this is a small local show then after the fight. We go to the bar and he's got all his friends and family there and shit. And he's got a few drinks and like he puts his arm around me. Here's the. Thing you were saying like. Make sure switch. I was yeah. He's like man. I've been to jail. A Lot. A lot and I fought. A lot of people say I don't get nervous when one person and I was like. Team teaching in. A winner you and then I was like okay. We'll see about this. WHAT HIS UFC debut I forget. The guy's fucking fought. He fought a really good guy from New Mexico. Let South Paul. Don't remember. I can't believe I'm not. Young man the guidelines. There's a lot of respect. He's a really tough dude. He's a almost like a gatekeeper so to speak and Derive took it on like two weeks notice and went in there and same thing. He's like warms up real laid back. He's like damn near sleeping in the locker room league. You're up next cool. Whatever and he's like totally ice cold. Then we walk out for the fight and You know after. The the check your nails in mouthpiece, and all that you have like a moment. Everybody always hugs, which I think is weird like you're going off to battle or something. He turns around and I was a gay man. Speak Show. Just take it all in. You got this. Whatever like? What's the game plan is like fuck this dude up. Yeah. Like. How are GonNa do that and he's like colic, so move my feet pick angles blow, but like he was just ice cold, and then he stops the dude like he was phenomenal. Performance might that guy is a rare breed when it comes to staying calm when a pressure and and it's almost like prisoners cross fitting. Cross training. Who's he got a? Very Long. Standing Guillotine inking after he wants a big deal, Tim means is very good on these sneaky short-notice. Debut short notice and you're dealing with a guy who's an insane amount of competition under his belt and Tim means is a fucking real world class fighter. Divas the Truth Yup? There's guys like that out there, but it almost is like cross training like prison. It's like mental. Cross training. You know I mean think of Dealing with. Competence confrontation believing in yourself show up like? A, bitch, you know what I mean like that's like if you get a guy that comes to Jujitsu and he comes from gymnastics, you like. Oh Shit like you never done Ju Jitsu. Ever like dude. You're going to get good. Quick your gymnast. If you've got some guy. Does the rings you know? Imagine how good he's going to be at your Jitsu problem or student? Yes yeah one of those factors. How good is that GonNa, be He's. He's pushing off hips and shit, and that's kind of the same way would think about a guy who's been at a lot of street fights in prison fights like the anxiety aspect of fighting long as you have the athletic aspect as well, but having that a anxiety alleviate of being knowing how to keep your shit together with someone. Else's having like an anxiety attacker aspect that deal with and someone else feels right at home, not even. Not even the opposite of that feels good. Yeah sees it when they're on. Yeah, it's fucking terrifying. Bad place beaten. Joe Schilling. We did three hours already. Time plus time flies. Don't don't feel in any way. like you said anything negative. You're a hundred percent right everything. He said all that Shit you put on your instagram. It doesn't mean you're a bad person or your anti-cop. You just don't WanNa. See The disgusting. Shut that you keep posting over and over again. I just want like everybody. That's that are my people. which is all people that are in the United States like? Land of the free home of the brave like all the shit that we grew up on thinking punters post to be like. Let's stick to that. Let's let's hold each other accountable to that. and. Don't define the police. Please, but they don't need tanks either department on your tanks. good-bye, everybody, thank you good. Thank you friends for tuning into the show and thank you to our sponsors. Thank you to Athletic Greens. Get all of your nutritional bases covered. With athletic. Greens delivered straight to your door. It tastes great. It's super high quality..

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"schilling" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"schilling" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Like eight button down shirts and two pairs of jeans over the course of the last but now. and. Here's the here's the thing the only thing I've started doing since I'm a little more financially stable. I won't even say have money, but I when I find a shirt that fits when I find a Tommy Bahama Double Xl Hawaiian shirt that I liked the way it sits on me. Your boy goes and gets three different colors when I when your boy finds a pair of shorts that fit when he finds that the nobis khaki shorts have elect elastic waistbands and work very well and look kind of formal vacationing. Your boy buys eight. Your got your boy. Discount is on, and then he buys eight of them and now I know how they're going to fit on my body I don't. I'm Brian I'm so brand loyal because of fit, and because you were discussing earlier about the weird, but. I need to get into body image issues, but I'm a big guy. I'm six to three hundred pounds, but I have huge thighs, big shoulders, big arms, no ass on the again I'm on the other end of the schilling spectrum there I have no heine big gut, so my body is like to to fuck input on first of all I need to get like A. Four person tents worth of material to turn it into a fucking shirt. So when I find that sits on my body, right be, and that makes me brand designer loyal like as. I and I don't even mind. Some people don't WanNa buy three XL, but once I understand your cuts like I can do a double xl in Ralph Lauren, but I need triple X. L. in in this this this and this so once you once I know that I start to feel way more comfortable with myself, and that's something you can only learn by like, and this was new to me paying attention to what you're wearing and like giving shit and stuff, and it was the most minor of steps, but I do feel better every day that I'm like. Oh, I like these sneakers. They're comfortable. They look cool on me and they look good with shorts. Something I also wear a lot so boom by two pairs of shoes by five pairs of those shorts. That's what I've done and I am talking about forty dollars shorts. Fifty dollars shirts I'm not even buying Buji expensive ship, but that's. Just the idea that I'm like Oh this works for me. Let me and I I enjoy it I feel good in it. Let me get to more and keep the variety going, but like just locking in where everything in my closet I know is going to put. I'M GONNA. Put It on and go. That feels good to put on. Yeah. I think that's the important thing that everybody needs to know is. You're not going to get the same fit. Wherever you go size wise like you can be an excel at one store..

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"schilling" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

07:59 min | 8 months ago

"schilling" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Was Action Boys. Yeah Man. I, I think. People who say they don't like to dress up just to have a bunch of bad suits, bad shirts and I was like that when I was a kid I was even when I was like at my most fit. When I was playing baseball I was still elope e Lumpy, looking fucking guy so when I dressed up. I was just like. I can just wear like cargo pants from Abercrombie or something. This sucks, but that's because the callers were too big or too small like I have a next. That's not as big as yours, but I have a next is six significant enough that I'm somewhere in the middle between like sixteen and seventeen, but not even a sixteen and a half. It's just I. Don't I'm like a? Eighteen dozen close to go to like. Go to like minus to be from the Dallas cowboys line of dress, shirts or some shit. I wherever the Guy Hightower. From police, Academy got his suits. That's where I need to go get hightower's sees tower and tackle. Berry is a great to person name for a clothing company. It sounds like they sound like British Taylor's. Row Taylor's hightower tackle berries. For All, your be spoke needs. Michael winslow shows up starting. Point! As you dress. When? But when you dress well man, you can feel it. You could feel your different person because you're not. It's as close to being naked as you're gonNA. Get in public. Yeah, that's all I'M GONNA. Say because you're not of the clothes should fit effortlessly on you and not show themselves off. There shouldn't be no attention drawn from what you're saying to what you're wearing because it should look comfortable physically comfortable once you start wearing things that don't fit then you're second in your garden or like you're. You're bending over like you're doing all kinds of geriatric era gymnastics to make yourself look good if you have a good suit if you have a pair of pants. You had to do all that Shit and you can just focus on being comfortable and being yourself. Do you think part of the reason I, and other people, or maybe even yourself? Men reject formal wear. Early is because when you're a child you. You're like forced to wear it in like what are for a child boring situations. It's always like it's for communion. It's for a party. It's for the awards dinner. It's for graduation. It's all shit that Kinda sucks when you're a kid so like. For sure yeah, and then when you're older, it's like going to a wedding going to a friend's party. That requires a suit. That's a fucking party. That's a good time, but you still have the holdover. It was like the suit is for job interviews. The suit is for college admissions meetings. The suit is four I got in trouble with the police and I gotta wear. The. Suit feels negative to me, but I think there's a point when you get older. You realize I'll put on this fuck because the people that I think are the craziest are the off the Paul's of the world, the PF, and the the Paul Figues They're both PDF's I guess. These guys who go full formal where fulltime yeah! That's just not something. I can even wrap my head around, but when you see them, you're like. That, Guy, this person it off. I've always liked people like that. WHO HAVE A? Persona public persona like. The author Tom Wolfe would always wear like a like a a white suit. Yeah hat in a vast like a piece suit. White like that was cool a Fran, lebowitz the writer. She always wears the same like Anderson Shepherd Blazer jeans and cowboy boots, and like that always seemed cool to me. Because that meant that you had a trademark. You had a a thing that people remembered for. You were special in some way. Hunter S. Thompson always wore Hawaiian shirts and mirrored. Sunglasses colors yellow, sunny, and then the hat that ugly. Because that means, you're like a character like I've always one. People? WHO ARE ACTORS? You know they can be whatever they want to be, but I've always wanted to be a character all the time. Like Wes Anderson is a fucking character all the time. He's always being fucking wes Anderson. You wanted to be the character Dave Schilling all the time, exactly I wanted myself to be a persona like that's always seemed cool to me, so I always gravitated towards people like that and pf dressing up is awesome. I don't wounded. He even start doing that because if you watch like old stuff that he's in or whatever like all pictures of him when he was I, guess second city or whatever he just like a regular guys you. At what point did he say? Now I have the resources and the wherewithal to just be that guy who dresses up like southern lawyer all the time. That's a good question I I was appeared on best week ever in two thousand and five and I was transcribing pf interview tapes, and he was fucking suited to the nines back then, so it's been at least fifteen years at this point incredible. Incredible incredible well. I mean I I. Appreciate his commitment to that and doing that. I think it's awesome, and it's something I aspire to at some point, but I think the reason why kids don't like dressing up is what you said, but also because you don't get anything out of it very go today. If I dress up if let's say, I was single again. And I. Dress up and go to a bar. Let's say bars are open. and. I look good I. Look actually good in my clothes. There is a reward of possibly having sex with someone, right? If I if I dress up and go to a party. An Industry Party and I look really good. Impress Bunch of people. The reward is career, advancement, right or even ju just feel better about yourself. That is reward enough. That gets you in like you know what I mean like. If if it's GonNa, make you enjoy the party that much more or enjoy how you feel about yourself that much more therein lies the success, but if you're communion, you're not like I. Get a fucking bond from grandma whether I wear a suit or I don't exactly. There's no social benefit to dressing up sexual benefit financial benefit. Those are the two things that motivate people to do everything so when you flip through a fucking G. Q. Magazine. And you see like people talking about their favorite watches or something, the watch is not only to impress people, but also to show to other people that you are successful. If you have a nice suit that means, you must be good person like it's. It's all connected and I think that's why I got into clothes, and that's why. I became so obsessed with dressing well. The last I think five years is when it really went from like. I'll go to. Zara and try to find something cool like I'm GonNa. Just take the money that I have an a by the nicest stuff that I can and not have a bunch of it, but have enough good stuff that I. can always feel like I'm. I'm a more comfortable happier person. Yeah, I would say. In the last couple of years is the first time I started like? Purchasing clothing. That I knew I liked and not just like. I would say up until two years ago, I was living off of. Cargo shorts and free t shirts given to me from An. And then anyone of my non. Non. Graphic t shirts or ties or anything for the longest time was all stolen wardrobe from the SORTA jobs I hosted over. It's like thank you to true TV, an MTV for supplying me with like four blazers.

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New Pandemic Solution: Just Print Your Own Money

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

04:07 min | 9 months ago

New Pandemic Solution: Just Print Your Own Money

"The small town of tonight Washington population just below two thousand has been hit hard by the covid nineteen pandemic, and has come up with a unique solution printing their own money. With local businesses nearly abandoned and lines at the Food Bank, winding around the corner, Mayor Wayne for near had to act fast to bolster the economy and help. Residents stay afloat. Quoting the hustle, and then it hit him. Why not start our own currency? The plan came together fast for near decided that tonight nine would set aside ten thousand dollars to out to low income residents hurt by the pandemic, but instead of using federal dollars he'd print the money on thin sheets of wood designed exclusively for use into nine. Oh his mint, a one hundred thirty year old newspaper Printer from a local museum for new, Year's central idea is pulled straight from tonight does own history during the Great Depression? The city printed sets of wooden dollars using that exact same eighteen ninety newspaper printer within a year the wooden currency had helped bring the economy back from the dead and quotes. You can see that newspaper Printer in action in a five year old youtube video I stumbled across when I was looking up how to pronounce the town's name. The new currency, which has a really cool design including, George Washington's face, some Latin that translates to we've got this handled and a bat symbol is worth twenty five dollars per wooden bill. The currency works. Quotes. Residents below the poverty line can apply to receive money from the ten thousand dollar fund that nine has set aside for near, says they also have to prove that the pandemic has impacted them, but we're pretty open to what that means. Once they're approved, they can pick up their stipends printed in wooden notes worth twenty five dollars each the city is capping the amount. Each resident can accrue at twelve wooden notes or three hundred dollars per month. Spending comes with a few restrictions. Residents can't use the money to buy cigarettes, lottery, tickets or alcohol. The currency is designed for the essentials including food gas in daycare. Almost every business in town accepts the wouldn't notes and twice a month they can submit redemption requests to the city to turn the notes into cash and quotes. The big thing you may be wondering though is why not just give out real federal cash? The answer quotes by creating its own local currency. keeps the money in the community as four near puts it. Amazon will not be accepting wooden dollars. The, money stays in the city. It doesn't go out to Walmart and Costco and all those places says Joyce Worrell, who has run the antique shop ironworks Boutiques for the past decade closing down businesses these last few months. World says a catastrophe for a lot of us, but she has rallied around the wooden currency as a way to revitalize the local economy after all that worked out for the city once before and quotes. Tonight wasn't the only town to make its own currency during the great. Depression, although it may have been the most famous quote during the Great Depression, local currencies saw a golden age hundreds of municipalities, business, associations and worker co OPS started issuing scripts. One estimate suggests as much as one billion dollars worth of scripts circulated in the US in the nineteen thirties and quotes. So, might we see this trend bubble up again? It's actually already started happening around the world towns in Italy Brazil and Mexico have created various forms of local currency to bolster their economies during the pandemic. Does it really work to help. Businesses and residents stay on their feet, though quoting again take the Austrian town of verbal, which launched its own schilling in nineteen, thirty, two to keep residents, spending verbal appended a one percent monthly fine when residents held onto the notes by nineteen thirty-three, each vertical schilling had circulated four hundred sixty three times more than double the circulation rate of Austria's national currency mortals unemployment dropped by twenty five percents, even while unemployment continued to balloon throughout the rest of the country end quote.

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"schilling" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

04:19 min | 10 months ago

"schilling" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Exactly that but so I mean for the idea for the idea low. I have to give this a five because that is what I what good for you. Thank you. Thank you for that. Thank you for entertaining. The thought man. I liked the year. Your one positive was I liked it. They try. I thought that was really nice if they made this game. I don't I don't think I've given that any consideration up until this point but for this I'll give it to a lot of times. It does feel like the developers didn't try so I think this is definitely something in in the feels like there was a budget behind this game. They put some work into it. Some of the pit. Some of the people work on a did have some good credits afterwards. Dave Schilling. Something positive out. Michael Jordan cast the windy city. And your score is tough to come up with something positive. Because it didn't like at all but I will say that I enjoyed I enjoy dunking. Yeah I mean you said that Nick. This is kind of fun to Dunkin. I think that even though the the mechanics of it were were clunky and awkward and it really had nothing to do with the game. Play at all. It was just kind of perfunctorily. Slapped into this into this Playfield just because you needed him to dunk in the game. Because it's Michael Jordan It's still satisfying in. So I'm GONNA say that. That was my favorite part. Even if it was really difficult for me to pull off pretty much. Every time I tried and the score I would give is probably going to be a to. It is definitely GONNA be. I didn't like it at all. I thought it was It was slow where I wanted it to be. I wanted to move quickly. It felt like Michael Jordan should be you know faster. That's actually a good. Because it for for you know one of the greatest athletes ever arguably the greatest athlete and team sports ever. He does not feel like super athletic to control. And it does feel like like running and jumping. Should be a little bit tighter and it and it's not But hey those were our thoughts. I mean it's it's like when when you leave him standing long enough. He just goes sleepy. Those were our thoughts but heather. Maybe we're wrong. Maybe we're wrong. Maybe we're wrong that maybe we'll wrong back. We've got some reviews from other sources that disagree with us. Here's one this is from. Imdb oh she has some game reviews. Did you find that? Is this the same? Same One dude. Okay that's fine whole Internet Michael Jordan data. This is for my. This is a nine out of ten and the headline is a misunderstood game. I know this game got a lot of backlash back. In the day they came out. Yes it's Super Metro or Castleblaney but come on if you give it a chance. You'll actually have a good time. The game is leaps and bounds ahead of the abysmal shack food you get some nice environments good music ranging from the ominous and creepy of the Johnson playful and tight controls part of the fun is ducking the baskets and getting power ups thrill. Fun is attacking enemies. The variety of different basketball weapons like the fireball favorite. I Spoil Basketball and bowling ball to name a few. The name is ridiculous and imagine if at the same time even the bosses themselves are on the creative side so this user red dragon hero seventeen. Who had this rave about Michael Jordan gas? In the Windy City you can click on his profile and look at other of us from this user. He has a bunch of other reviews of video games and movies including nine out of ten for beast master out of ten our WCW. Monday nitro and nine out of ten for ernest goes to Camp Ernest scared. Stupid and Ernest goes to jail which he refers to as quote the jailhouse of laughs. I'm trapped in a prison of being..

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Heroines Week Xi Ling Shi

Chompers

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Heroines Week Xi Ling Shi

"Day. We'll be talking about different woman from history. A heroin are women do great things and are remembered for their bravery and achievements but first. Let's get brushing our first. Who roic woman lived a long long time ago in ancient China? Her name was empress schilling. She and she discovered something that changed. China forever is another way of saying a woman. Ruler like a Queen Empress Schilling. She ruled over ancient China with her husband. Emperor Wangdi the story goes that the empress was in her garden one day enjoying a cup of tea when a bug fell in her but to the emperor's freak out about a bug in her T. No I'll tell you what she did. After switzer brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and brush all the way to the molars in the back. The uppers was a freaked out by the bugging her teeth. She was fascinated. She plucked out of the teat. And started examining worm. And it was wrapped up in a cocoon. The empress began unraveling the coon and saw something like string. It was beautiful and very fine. String unlike anything ever seen before the string with silk switch rushing to the bottom of your mouth and brush inside outside and chewing side of each. The worm was a silk worm. The I saw that the little silkworm had fallen from a special tree that she was sitting under and she had an idea. She wanted to use strings. The silkworms grew to make soft and beautiful fabric. That we now call the numbers jailing. She asked the emperor to plant more of the special trees. So that more of the little silkworms would have a place to live and grow more. Silk Switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth. Your tongue of rush to the empress's plan a huge success. Everyone wanted to buy the soft silk today ambush ealing. She is still known as Silkworm. Mother and because of her inventiveness she is. Today's chompers heroin. That's choppers today but comeback tonight for more stories about awesome ladies until then. The

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Update and YOUR emails.

The Emma Guns Show

09:56 min | 1 year ago

Update and YOUR emails.

"Hello hi welcome. It's another episode episode of the gun show and another mini episode. It's so good to be sharing this time with you. I thought in this episode. I would just do a little bit of catching up really because there's been an awful lot of feedback on the last few episodes and I wanted to read out some messages that I've had from people and also talk about in particular the episode on weight and body image because that really degenerate an awful lot of interest. So let's start with the most recent batch of incoming message from you my most excellent listeners. A lot in response to Venetia lemonade coming on the show and talking about fast fashion. We did talk about a lot not just fast. Fashion we talked about digital detox is meditation and Mental Health and also the exciting ourselves so that we're not not constantly in a state of who which which is my visual representation over excitement policies that Liz. I don't know what came over me but when when we talk about fast fashion it did generate a lot of interest in as I said at the beginning of the pope cost. I know I am ignorant about this subject and yet I am complicit in a problem and therefore I'm very happy to be the person who stands up and says do you know what I know McNair about this. I know I don't know enough but I really do want to all myself with the knowledge that I can and act accordingly moving forward and it seems as though a lot of feel the same way and Lord of you shared a similar feeling and that was the feedback that I got from you. I had one really lovely message from somebody saying just a small native appreciation for your podcast. I really enjoy your honesty and your willingness to dictate into issues that trouble so many individuals you lost episode was especially I opening for me. I've been interested in slow ethical fashion for a while now as I've had a strong interest in corporate social responsibility as it relates to the fashion industry industry. I generally believe is good for business if they if they behave responsibly. And it's a corporations responsibility to ensure they behave ethically across the supply chain. Furthermore Oh as a human I care about people believe we all must have a safe place to work. However I've also thought that maybe these individuals in developing countries may not have access to employment other than working within a factory if these false fashioned conglomerates cleaned up their supply chain production and provided a safe working environment with that make fast fashion less of a crime all we as Westerners imposing ideals upon these societies similar to colonialism? I am playing devil's advocate here. Ultimately I do think that we will reach a breaking point with stuff on the larger issue at play is capitalism on a side note. I Love Venetia take on leading less excitable life. Maybe lead less excitable live. You wouldn't feel the pressure to buy scroll grow through social media suffer with anxiety depression or other mental health issues. I feel if the tide is turning. What a brilliant message and it opens up a whole other part of the conversation and makes me think that it would be really interesting to get another guest on to talk about that supply? Chain talk about if fast fashion conglomerates cleaned up the supply chain in production and provided a safe working environment. What what will the future look like? So if that's a show that you want to listen to if there's a guest that you would like me to get on or if you would like me to search for guest you could speak on that then do let me know but I thought that was a really brilliant message and I love hearing from listeners. As you know another message I received was. I've just recently you discover your podcast and I'm really enjoying it to the most recent one of fashion really struck home because I've found myself. Czar aisol since January two thousand nineteen. Well done on and I will continue to do so going forward. I really wish that you and your guest had addressed the world influences play and our obsession with foster fashion for example twenty was mentioned by owning a positive way and there were so many like her and probably worse in terms of schilling tons of fashion. I think that as long as you cheap fashion holes continue we will never get a handle on the massive. That's a problem that we've created. Thank you for putting out some very interesting content. That's really interesting and it's not to say that that wasn't a conversation that we ended up sort of unpicking off off line. We didn't deliberately have it offline by the way it was just something that came up and I think the thing I would say about that is. I think it's really difficult to point the finger finger at influences if actually if you were to say to them I as I did when I started exploring this subject they they might be in a position from where they actually say. I sort of know that there's a problem but I didn't realize it was as extensive so I think it is. Maybe something that needs to be dealt with differently without naming names if that if that makes any sense obviously if there are people doing youtube holes about what they got in store than that not come be troubling and troublesome if then prompt people to grow and by the same thing obviously Brown's corporates just want US buying buying buying. Because that's how people make money and I do think that it is definitely worth exploring. And maybe that's something to have in another conversation but clearly the episode on fast fashion definitely really prompted an awful lot of feedback. Similar to those T- messages. There were a lot of comments as well but I think it was all first foray into just sort of lifting the lid on it and really understanding am I think I will definitely be trying to get guests on in the future who can speak with more authority and knowledge about the bigger issues on the things that have been brought up in some of these questions and how that all plays into it but basically this is a big thank you to everybody is taking the time to send such brilliant considered bright wonderful messages. I really really appreciate it. And it's really appreciate you taking the time to get in touch and talk about the other episode that has generated a huge amount of feedback and it kind of ended up being a bit of a double whammy. I talked about the book brain over. been which I read towards the end of last year and felt made a real impact on my life because I felt as though it gave me the information I needed needed to adopt mytalk relationship with food not mytalk relationship with my body but my toxic relationship with food and as a subsequent sequence I have lost weight and there were so many questions when I originally talked about this on the episode with training at the beginning of twenty twenty that I decided to do standard I in episode last week and the feedback has been absolutely huge. Probably some of the most feedback. I caught on a single episode. Ever people saying saying thankfully that they understood where it's coming from and the reason why I say it was a double whammy is because I recorded the episode because of all the messages I was guessing and said Oh and I also recorded recorded an episode with Alex light on her podcast. Talk about it in much more detail and as it happened not long after I finished recording minus leprosy. Alex walks up me and said to say you know you're episodes going live tomorrow. We obviously were very similar wavelength and from that. I then got a lot of messages from people saying I've just listened to you episode which was really raw and the most open and honest I've ever ever been about how I feel about my body and the complicated complicated relationship I've had with body image all of my life. I've never been scared. I've published over three hundred fifty cars in the last four years and I have never been as worried about anything. Anything going live as I was about Alex's podcasts because I I was very worried it might upset people or make me sound like complete moron on just needed to get a grip as the trees royal lower says it's the five G.. Good go get a grip go. And that's what I worried about. But actually the feedback has been. Even the other people heard themselves in what I was saying which is really lovely to hear. It's always nice to know that you are not alone in something. So really the feedback from that has been huge and I just want to say a huge thank you. I can't read out every single message because this would be the longest podcast I've ever recorded. But I just want to say that I've tried to get back to everybody personally eh particularly on email on an we talked about a bit in the facebook group but just to say I hear you I. Yeah I know how complicated it can be and I know that there were quite a few people who are saying but what did you do what did you do you want. You read the book you doing particular Diet. I don't think that's helpful. Oh I think everybody's interpretation is is their own and that's how you make it work so I haven't gone into specifics but all I wanted to flag up here really is just a Just a reference the fact that if you if you only had my episode and you want to hear in more detail about quite how complicated relationships with food and my body then I will put the link in the show Alex's podcast and that's really a place where you can hear is really delve into where for over an hour just to say that Alex has has invited me to go back on the podcast because she has had a lot of messages to and she is asked if I would go back and also those questions for her listeners. So if you have anything that you would like me to answer I don't want her show. Please do let me know or get in touch with Alex. Because that's definitely something in the works in the not too distant future which brings me to my final point for this mini any show. which is I put on instagram recently? And asked me not ask me anything but a question saying he. Would you like to see on the podcast. It's my intention in two thousand twenty. Two really really really tackles topics that maybe don't seem like a maybe on topics that we've ever gone there before on this podcast which is one of the reasons why I kinda bounded into twenty twenty with a conversation to our conversation with a professional dominant because just to set the scene of we're always going to be beauty we're always is going to have a brilliant brilliant pal from the beauty industry

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Curt Schilling misses out on Baseball Hall of Fame again

Howie Carr

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Curt Schilling misses out on Baseball Hall of Fame again

"Former red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has missed out on being elected to the baseball hall of fame this year showing received votes on seventy percent of the ballots filed by baseball writers that was good for third place behind Derek Jeter and Larry Walker but he came up short of the seventy five percent needed to make it into the hall of fame

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Jeter, Walker elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

KYW 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Jeter, Walker elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

"Meantime Derek Jeter and Larry Walker hi this year's national baseball hall of fame class Jeter was one vote short of being unanimous I could care less to be quite honest with you I mean it takes a lot of votes to get into the hall of fame conceded that many people to all agree is pretty difficult to Dallas courtesy of the yes network meantime Carol former Philly Curt Schilling got seventy of the seventy five percent that was needed he has two more years of

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Curt Schilling reacts to missing out on Baseball Hall of Fame again

WBZ Morning News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Curt Schilling reacts to missing out on Baseball Hall of Fame again

"A row red Sox World Series hero Curt Schilling missed baseball entrainment by twenty votes needed to appear on seventy five percent of the ballots lane that on seventy so better luck next year when in all likelihood he'll

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Schilling the one to watch in next Hall of Fame vote

KYW 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Schilling the one to watch in next Hall of Fame vote

"Twenty twenty class of the baseball hall of fame as Derek Jeter Larry Walker Jeter gets three or ninety six of a possible threat to ninety seven votes Walker seventy six point six percent about Curt Schilling he fell short but he's inching closer seventy percent you need at least seventy five

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"schilling" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"schilling" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Listeners you've already clicked on this episode. So you know what the title of it is on this particular episode of got on a podcast or copywriter some would call him. An entrepreneur on the man runs zome business. I've been on his podcast before between two bros.. He took the time to come on with me. Stamps Terry Schilling and we talked about a variety of topics to be honest. I'M NOT GONNA analyst Mall. It was just a really fun conversation with a guy I really vibe with really good dude could see myself <hes> grabbing a beer with the sky. I hope you guys enjoy the conversation with the great in the powerful and the enthusiast Terry Schilling check it out jock show dairy. What's going on man man what's going on now? Do you go by Anthony or Tony. I feel like it's kind of like back and forth back and forth man. I like both names. I don't have a preference at Tony Anthony. The third will call you third. I'm not the third that's the only thing all good man. I'm really excited to be on on the show and thank you for having a man. I'm excited. Have you now before we got started. I know I made you turn off your A._C...

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"schilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"schilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The Diamondbacks to the giants coming up with joined by the hall of Famer John Miller, John. How are you? I'm well, it's another beautiful very mild day in the desert. And I haven't heard from anybody as to whether they plan to open the Ruben, I'm guessing that they will because the high is supposed to be only eighty one degrees, right here. So a perfect day to be out of doors to play baseball. And, you know, remember Randy Johnson, schilling were here. They always made an issue of keeping the roof close. Right. They wanted the roof closed all, especially schilling. Schilling was the, the, the stories that I heard he was the guy who was really would get upset that they would ever open the roof if he was pitching. He wanted to closed. And then if they opened the roof than they wanted those big panels out there to be closed, and if they opened those he thought that they were picking on him. So Bob Brenly. Of course, he was the manager when they won the World Series in two thousand one and I had the great pleasure. Broadcasting that World Series. It was pretty memorable a seven game World Series. And the d backs beat the Yankees in the seventh game but. That was the series where schilling work three times. He started three games. There's like old school worked on three days. Rest pitch three times including game seven Randy Johnson made two starts, and then the day after his game six victory, he was the closer for game seven and ended up getting a win. Because they they they won the ball game in the bottom of the ninth inning. So. Randy Johnson ended up getting three wins in that series. And Curt Schilling made three starts, and it was like you had to great pitchers, and Bob Brennan figured out a way that maybe he could almost have the two of them be the only pitchers used in a whole World Series. But so they want it. And we may never see another World Series performance, like the two of them put together, one of the great one two punches in anybody's rotation of all time, especially in World Series play it was fencing. Randy Johnson last night, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of his perfect game forty years old, and Steve Gilbert was on from MLB dot com and did a story about Bradley who was the manager. They were afraid to warm anybody up late in the game. They didn't want to upset Randy Johnson. Well, Bob Brennan has often and he talks about it sort of laughingly with, with a lot of warmth, because they were so great. But he said. Sometimes it wasn't that easy in terms of because they were you know, they were like. The big movie stars, the, the big opera divas, they, they needed to some, you know, certain kind of attention and care and handling. Because while we all thought, man, these guys are great and hitters fear them for them. It was being the guys. It wasn't quite that easy. And so they had their own insecurities and whatnot. So that's part of being a manager in a good manager is understanding that and figuring out how to, to handle all the different egos, and the different. The different things that guys have problems with the kind of feedback that they need to, to succeed and whatnot. My wife practices something called non violent communication, which is kind of an interesting movement. And, and I think a manager has to practice that, that, that same kind of thing to empathize with his players, and to, to kind of let them know that, that you're there for them that you understand what their concerns are letting them know that you hear them and then try to make the situation, the best possible for them to excel and sixteen. Well managers years ago, would never be concerned about that. I remember the stories about Paul Richards if Paul Richards wanted to tell you something of the three of us are standing together, he would tell the coach now tell John Miller. He's not gonna pitch tomorrow. He would never say it directly. Anybody? That's the way they were Paul Richards was a guy. When I was in Baltimore, we had a longtime scout named Jim Russo who would scout the opposing teams and whatnot and create a report when they would go into play a series and he told me the story about Paul Richards being a manager in the fifties. And he heard some kind of a story that a sore arm had to do with tonsils and in those days, people just kind of routinely had their.

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"schilling" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"schilling" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"It's like you so those bigger asshole from baseball that you can think about hand no he made wasn't curt schilling curt schilling gas only two counts of indecent exposure one count of d wi with union combinator liquor drugs and or papers faith inch cut it has with bismarck favor so apparently was to his story and now he has a witness be a guy he paid off who said he was peeing outside of a minor league ballpark you know how like at a ballpark indoors and outdoors where there's no can't find it anywhere never one bathroom in the ballpark and it's like only one toilet and the door show always impossible to find about yes albert bell probably still thinks that i can do whatever i wanna do a do it was peeing by his truck and by the way peeing in such a way where there's a shot of him and i can't find the shot really but it's his pants are completely almost completely like a little kid see his feed to see albert bell's barra's down around his mid thigh i'm like if you're peeing outside between cars which by the way i've done i'm not gonna lie about it yeah zones on indoors do that too unless once you're over the age of five can't pull them down even if it's sweatpants us pull it out over the top and psychotic he got nailed but he's claiming someone said that like they call them on a young girl fifteen year old girl called him on any turn around and start waiting as john ritter which by the way that sounds more like albert bell than anything also that if that's his excuse that is also a legal shit.

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"schilling" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"schilling" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"History of the game over time it's players and those elected to the hall of fame how can you do that by ignoring fifteen years no one's been able to answer that question for me quickly to a wanted middletown on aggression on wpro i won a great i wanna know what curt schilling house down beside the you know where in direct them uniform new went in a few games the well i don't know if you know all long used to uh jabari forget it and then you i'm sounding you jaguar and then is in the wars do is you would never gonna see that again i think what it is with curt schilling is that as we continue to be divided as a baseball fan base and as the constituency of the bb wafa who vote for the baseball hall of fame are divided as to the kinds of people or whether you're putting in a steroid user a suspected steroid user or not people are looking for other metrics to put someone in the hall of fame and that's why curt schilling's postseason gets thrown into the mix not the postseason shouldn't count would schilling's postseasons while they were very very good does not make up for the fact that he's only got about two hundred twenty wins and over the course of history there have been very few guys who've got then i think pedro and schilling or not that far off untold in terms of win total of course colfax and if i said well of course yeah but if i said you know to a modern fan who's a hall of famer schilling or a page roach pretty easy and then it's all look at the numbers and you would say pager was dominant whereas curt schilling had fits of dominance pager did it for.

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"schilling" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"schilling" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

"The train of life zack dave schilling you've done it again i know i know this let let me let me shoot my shot man give me some space but other app i believe the commuter a made about fifteen million dollars opening weekend not not enough is not enough that enough although we might get a netflixing sequel hey dog what if this is the biggest red box film of the year i mean so would you recommend i i are one hundred percent recommend this movie recommend this movie of course it's if you like taken if you actually like the the awfulness of taken three if you like any of these like you said these data action movies it is spectacular it's exactly what you want yeah it was every down in it gave me what i want it maybe i could have had an extra flights seen or to you and the shirt 45 minutes sure but once they got going it got go in yeah yeah once that trains in motion that doesn't stop baby not holds the world i had my seatbelt on you did that's why you're going to get our aims donor fc could get up and help your wife reluctant all right matti unstrapped it i can't we lot and she understands what i see that will dave i can't i can't think you enough and this was a pleasure as always a great pleasure i can't wait to girls nasty ball next time sure we talk about best bar another move movie that we want see either one a little bit of both regions fleet your portfolio on twitter at dave underscore schilling listen to the mass man show on the ringer and in coming to a theater near you hopefully another liam you since the commuter train movie community to written by dave schilling i'm telling you i'm put netscape together right now.

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"schilling" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"schilling" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

"Yeah eu the welcome to the talk of spark as we talk groups your host are groups that birth this is a podcast that's part of the eleven shut network i'm a national emir writer for fan wrecked sports and today return of a good friend of the show of daesh schilling of be our man you also do some ringer podcast about the raslan you cover the lakers you do all kinds of stuff date has gone it's gone great man i'm stretch then with all of my activities responsibilities but i will always make time for you thank you we also that are also still a debt you haven't even if the child can you imagine if you know what it is wasn't work now to move on we're parting ways party was the amnesty clause he'll be fine will be convicted who could picked up to get picked up and get you weigh contracts them adorable child who's not going to take that cute other than he's got a lot of upside right of speaking of father son dynamics really the only reason we're podcasts in today's because you and i saw the commuter with liam hail yeah and it was amazing and so we wanted to talk about that but we got of like pretend to talk a little bit of basketball we'll do like five minutes on the lakers and specifically the lavarra ball lonzo ball magic johnson luke walton love rambus going on love rectangle.

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"schilling" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"schilling" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"On breitbart news with curt schilling legendary major league baseball pitcher curt schilling yet google him up curt schilling bloody sock check it out in court once told me on the radio he said you know i was blessed by god with the ability to throw an object really fast right where i wanted it to go and when you put that in perspective obviously strickland was throwing the ball intentionally at price harper bryce harper through the bat ran fullspeed and the individual behind him who was supposed to be protecting the pitcher did nothing so i'm gonna take you to the break with this imagine if it was this warning after it happen i kind of saw the robbers point they're gone you know next thing you know they're going after my wife and son may those were some pretty big guys going after my wife and kids you know they were about as big as they come my wife was get knocked alrahma pinball so be a little dangerous to get out there some time this guy deserves everything he's got common at him when he shunned by his team but i couldn't help but think that is that the way he would respond if his family were at stake i'll explain more when we come back and i want to play a clip from that pray from the program this morning becker after this and by now you know i'm a proud member of the united states concealed carry association and you also know they love to give away guns to responsibly armed americans just like you uh this is why last month the uscca what ten of my listeners a brand new kimber now this month they want you to pick any gun you.

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