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Tokyo Games Week Two Begins
"So you are man. In tokyo we talked to you last when you were marveling at the robots sinking half court shots at the men's basketball games. Were going to get to men's basketball on a sack. We'll get to russell. Westbrook ben simmons because my soul still has not recovered from that saga with the sixers. But you're on the precipice of week two of the olympics and the last time we talked to you you were extraordinarily disoriented and you had a giant jar of peanut butter. So what's the mood in tokyo. These days the japanese are doing great and he's olympics ryan windhorst a week into covering the olympics from tokyo. They've won more gold medals than they ever had seen olympics. There are still protests happening but From watching the reaction of the japanese success and talking to my friends who are consuming japanese media the games have come a long way in the eyes of the japanese. and so. that's kind of ben this This whole this whole experience. You make the best of your situation. And the japanese have made the best of it and and are thriving are yes so i know you're you're still in quarantine right but you're getting out to see events and stuff. What did you see today. Yeah i went to the men's golf today and For the first time since the gulf became a sport again The us wanted the andrew. Shaw flea who is number five ranked player in the world. Outduel tedeschi matsuyama the favorite to win and the masters champion and they were actually in the final round together at augusta the masters and when mets yama one and on that day Softly cut a joke. He was in choke position. Today i was walking out. There was ninety degrees hundred. Four heat index all sweating a no fans but a lot of the volunteers for their cheering. Matsuyama on and he could have very easily blown this but he made a couple of great saves and that was great to document
What Is OlympicTok?
"The twenty twenty olympics. Haven't exactly been easy to watch. Yes they are taking place in twenty twenty one during a once in a century pandemic. But what i mean is that it's actually difficult to watch the events and festivities on tv despite. Nbc holding the exclusive broadcasting rights. Finding out where to watch the olympics is confusing as heck as things are spread out over several cable and streaming channels and then without fans there to post videos and photos of the games. It kind of feels like we're missing out but there is one really good place to find. Those highlight videos not to mention excited reactions from coaches fans and the athletes themselves and that place is having already did that. They get here to tell us about. Olympic talk is boxes rebecca jennings. Hey rebecca. tell me about talk in the olympics. What's happening on the app right now. So this is the first olympics. Where tech talk has existed. And i think what we're seeing the same thing that we see from like celebrities who get on social media and then we sort of start to put a face to the name and everything and we feel like we know them. The same thing is happening for athletes on talk and so they are making videos of behind the scenes at the olympic village. Here he wrote me other testing out those beds which is really funny. She's doing yoga. Oh they're making like thirst videos for their fellow athletes It's just like a lot of fun kind of you. See them less as athletes and more as people who are just like their regular young people and it's just like a really joyous thing to behold so let's talk about numbers. How big are the olympics on talk so the olympics are huge on tech. Talk like when. I opened the app. When i scroll a few times. It's like every maybe fifth or sixth video as olympics related. And that's from whether it's the athletes themselves or it's you know nbc's sports coverage where they just do you know cool highlight moments or whatever or it's just fans watching their favorite sport so there's a lot on it Some athletes have you know built followings of hundreds of thousands already in just like the span of a couple of weeks even athletes who had just gone on just prior to the olympics. And then you see. Olympic talk is one of the biggest hashtags. There's like hundreds of millions of us there and with all the olympics hashtag combined. It's like at least a billion views you know. Maybe probably more.
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Police: 'Ghost hunter' hurt in fall at Buffalo rail station
"Police say the thirty five year old woman was looking for ghosts at buffalo central terminal first responders found her after she felt fifteen to twenty feet to a substation roof she was taken to the hospital and treated for multiple injuries a man with her wasn't injured police say the ghost hunters were at the rail terminal with out permission the nineteen twenties your art deco structure saw its last passenger train more than forty years ago it's a favorite haunt of ghost hunters and the side of authorized tours and once even hosted an episode of the TV series ghost hunters Julie Walker New York
MTV Turns 40 Years Old
"Is 40 years old Today. CBS is Matt Piper has a look back When MTV debuted 40 years ago. Most thought it would fail TV I want my That was the jingle and boy, did it not fail. It was the play. For people to go to watch their favorite stars start music videos, and that was the first one ever play on MTV. The Buggles video killed the radio Star radio. MTV also made household names of hosts like Carson Daly and Kurt Loder, who would come on with news updates. Oh, I'm Kurt Loder with an MTV news brief these now also known for reality TV like the Real World in Jersey Shore. MTV, though, will always be the place for what it stands for Music television. I want my MTV Matt Piper CBS NEWS. It's
MTV Turns 40 Years Old
"A bit of nostalgia for music lovers. TV TODAY. MTV turns 40 years old. Yeah, that'll make you feel your age. The place to go for people who watch their favorite music videos also became the home of some of the most popular to reality TV
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Bengals Welcome Fans to Paul Brown Stadium
"Now. Bengals fans will have the chance to fill up Paul Brown Stadium today and watch their favorite team work out on a gorgeous summer day. Ricky Chino has more for the first time in two years, The Bangles are opening up practice to fans. Paul Brown Stadium was hosting back together Saturday. The Bengals Elizabeth Blackburn says it's going to be a great day for families even though Covid protocols have eliminated the possibility of personal meet and greets cut outs of our players that will be around the concourse so you can come and like, Take Selfies and pick Shares with the players. Pictures. Um are cheerleaders as well as our new strike squad will be there just kind of hyping people up, so it should be really fun, Engaging day. There will also be face painting, autograph giveaways and more gates. Open up at two o'clock tickets are free. You can get them at Bengals dot
Matty Staudt of Amaze Media Labs on Defining the Feel of Your Podcast
"What is the feeling. Do you want your podcast to have. And i know that's could be a bit of a an ethereal kind of thing but but what is the feeling. Do you want people to come away laughing. Do you want them to feel that. The podcast has a more serious note. How thoughtful do you want the podcast to be so. That's something that's important and as a producer it's good to get that feeling because you're creating the sound design and everything around the podcast. It's always good to keep that in mind. So we send out a sheet with lily. A bunch of questions for our clients to go through you know questions ranging from You know who is the audience of your podcast which you'll see the last note here which is really important. Who are we talking to really want to create a persona for each podcast. But also i'll ask a question like if your podcast had a personality. What what kind of tv shows they watch. What's what's your. What's your company's favorite music. You know things like that that really gives you a feel for the company also getting kind of their brand guidelines and looking those over carefully and thoughtfully will really help you. As you're you're looking to create a great podcast.
Steve Bannon on How Trump Is a Figure of Divine Provenance
"At most people know you if know you from war room and so many people Listen and watch it but they would know you obviously from the trump administration in my mind. You were one of a handful of people tiny handful there really seemed to understand the cultural import of what trump represented talk about that just for a moment because that's the bigger issue and that's why what happened. In the united states it was a global phenomenon. Not many people were talking about the global phenomenon. That happened you were were one of the few. Yeah look. i've been working on this since the since the financial crisis of two thousand eight. When i kind of you became a filmmaker got gotta walk away from the banking and finance business off but the way i think the most the best way to think about it is kind of from your writings particularly your book on bond popular. Just one of my favorite books in your current books divine. Providence is active in our lives and our world affairs in you. Meet these providential characters and donald trump was fathered entry. I mean he kind of galvanized in a person in a leader. Many of the undercurrents that have been going on this country particularly this populism this economic nationals understanding that this globalisation was more than just economic. There was something deeply against the christian western Against all spiritual endeavors right and. I think we're saying that. I think you're seeing now in this kind of the ball. Face marxism materialism anti spiritualism of this global elite. Right in in retaliation of how they wanted force are there. Raina terror You're seeing so. I think that very early on i was fortunate enough. You'll my education were at work. The see trends then to be andrew breitbart arguer than andrew passed away. I kinda ran the site. The years was really a big supporter of trump's early on back at thirteen and fourteen. Because i saw him. As a oculus leader there was going to go against traditional controlled opposition republicanism and now in the fight for our lives in the fight for their. It's everything we've been talking about. What a four turney is in a fight for the country but the important things trump is. He is a providential figure he was. I think we only want through the intercession of divine providence. In sixteen
Steve Bannon on What Donald Trump Represented
"In my mind. You were one of a handful of people tiny handful there really seemed to understand the cultural import of what trump represented talk about that just for a moment because that's the bigger issue and that's why what happened. In the united states it was a global phenomenon. Not many people were talking about the global phenomenon. That happened you were were one of the few. Yeah look. i've been working on this since the since the financial crisis of two thousand eight. When i kind of you became a filmmaker got gotta walk away from the banking and finance business off but the way i think the most the best way to think about it is kind of from your writings particularly your book on bond popular. Just one of my favorite books in your current books divine. Providence is active in our lives and our world affairs in you. Meet these providential characters and donald trump was fathered entry. I mean he kind of galvanized in a person in a leader. Many of the undercurrents that have been going on this country particularly this populism this economic nationals understanding that this globalisation was more than just economic. There was something deeply against the christian western Against all spiritual endeavors right and. I think we're saying that. I think you're seeing now in this kind of the ball. Face marxism materialism anti spiritualism of this global elite. Right in in retaliation of how they wanted force are there. Raina terror You're seeing so. I think that very early on i was fortunate enough. You'll my education were at work. The see
The Relentless Debate About Masks
"You tired of this relentless debate about masks about vaccines about the direction of the country. Yesterday tony foul. She was all played. A montage on yesterday's show of the the voice of leadership when it comes to covert and it was. It was a montage of his many contradictions but yesterday he went on his favourite network. Msnbc said the following the policy talking about is the masking in the sense of telling vaccinated people that even though two months ago sixty days ago the cdc came out with a recommendation that individuals who are vaccinated. Do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors. Something has changed. And what has changed. Is the virus. The cdc hasn't changed. The cdc has really flip flopped. At all. what's happened. Is that when that earlier recommendation was made we were dealing predominantly with the alpha variant and the alpha verion when you look at individuals who are vaccinated that the level of virus in the nays of barons of vaccinating people might get a breakthrough infection that the level of virus was really very low indicating that it would be extremely unlikely that a vaccinated person who happened to get infected and that happens because the vaccine is certainly not one hundred percent effective. That would be very unlikely that they would transmit however now you're dealing with delta very which is really quite a lot more transmissible. Can you make sense out of that. You make sense out of any of that these. She hasn't flip flopped at all. He said we were dealing with the alpha variant. But now that we're with the delta variant the viruses. And i know that most americans right left or in between are accepting a word of that.
How Pintrest Can Help You Promote Your Podcast With Melissa Guller
"Talk a little bit about your journey using pinterest to help promote your podcast and your business. Everyone excited to be here in. Just as one of my favorite underused strategies so happy to dive right in for those of you haven't met the founder and wire where i help business owners wash their own podcasts and unskilled them up and with pinterest. This is a strategy bloggers have been using for years and as podcast host. Obviously we all kind of look to other podcasters to see what we're up to. But i also think it's march look at youtubers at bloggers at social media folks just to see. What strategies can we borrow for them to use for our podcasts and so one of the biggest ones for me is pinterest. so impinge started. I would say it was round. She thousand eight or nine ish. I think people were using it mostly for recipes and even still today people kind of associate pinterest with only recipes but truthfully every single topic is on interest nowadays and the biggest difference between interests and say other social platforms is that pinterest is actually a search engine so people go to pinterest. There's a search bar on the top. They search or something that they're looking for and they see a whole series of pins and those pins answer their the question and when you click on a pen it looks like an image but it takes you to somebody's website so for us it would go back to one of our podcast episodes and to me. That's what's so different about pinterest. Compared to socials is just the fact that people go there with the intent of finding those answers and instagram. I mean i'm just going to be on my feet scrolling through all the puppies that are coming up. I'm not necessarily trying to leave instagram. Nor do they really want you to so just just that alone. I really interest
Try Julep Eyeshadow 101 For a Fool-Proof Application
"Then i also like it's julep is shadow one. Oh one and I feel like i do make up. Well i feel. He can contour if i need to Really i do not know this. You can contour. Yeah yeah i i you know. I can't well. I i do it because i have such a like my my cheeks. Eat at my entire face so i feel like i need contour like a little bit but what i'm really bad at is is shadow where it's like. Oh you just blend this new put increase new. Put this up here. i still like. It doesn't matter how many talk videos i watch. I cannot do is shadow better than my eleven year. Old but these eye-shadow six. I find that i do like a cream. A little bit better manned. These are nice because you can just put this all over your eye n be done or if you want to add one more color than you can you know. Go raising at to Now do you use these on the bottom of your eye to like as eyeliner. Yeah yeah even six smudge underneath also and they're really easy and they just kinda sit in my no my makeup bag in there. They're very portable. And you don't need like i can just blend with a with my finger. Yeah i'm going to order these. I like this bronze color. It also has a little smudge or at the bottom to jog your out you can. Those are really
IndyCar Driver Sage Karam to Make NASCAR Debut at Indianapolis
"Karam is set to make his NASCAR debut in next month's Xfinity series race at the Indianapolis Road Course. Karen will be driving the number 31 Chevy for Jordan Anderson Racing, Woody Kane had a chance to catch up with sage following the recent announcement. You may know him from the IndyCar ranks, but he's also done just a little bit of everything, it seems erasing I racing. Low control cars, dirt bikes, the N C car series the Rolex 24 You name it, but sage. Now you're going to go racing the Xfinity series. Are you just trying to check off all the items from the bucket list or what? Yeah. You know, I think as a race car driver, it's really good to you know, get in as much stuff as you possibly Can. You learn more and more with everything Get to drive. So this is just something for me to to get a good good triad, and hopefully it's something that leads to something else down the road. I've always said that I really wanted to get an X An Xfinity car. Um, I just really never knew how to Get about that. Like, who? To contact and stuff like that. But, you know, we had a really good run at the end of 500 this year, getting seventh and I think that opened up some doors. And, you know, I'm really excited to, uh To be on board with Jordan Anderson Racing in the number 31 Montage Mountain Chevy Camaro, So I think it's going to be a lot of fun going to one of my favorite tracks that you know the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the road course this time, so I'm looking forward to it. Two top
Nastia Liukin on How to Win (and Lose) at Work
"Hey everyone our guest. Today is not stale lucan. She has gymnastics legend who won five olympic medals in the two thousand eight olympics in beijing including the gold medal. For all around to out her gymnastics career. Nastya has also won four world gold medals and thirty two total international medals since retiring after the two thousand twelve olympic trials. Nastya has not slowed down. She's a gymnastics analyst for nbc sports. She's written a book and has competed on dancing with the stars. Nastya welcome to the show. Thanks for having me be before we start talking about work and your career. We like to start these interviews with our lightning round to get warmed up so quick questions. Quick answers here we go. Are you ready yes. I feel weird like an athlete like are ready to. What was your first job on your resume. It was when i was twelve. I guess basically. Because i shot a commercial for adidas and didn't really know it at the time obviously i got paid for it but at twelve years old. You know my parents took care of all that and yeah little. Did i know that led me to my career today. What is the most recent job on your resume. I guess being broadcaster for nbc. Just got back from the olympic trials. And i'm heading to tokyo in like two weeks so exciting i know. Do you have any hobbies or skills that people don't know about. No i think like all of my talent and everything went to gymnastics now when you think about it not when you were at the height of gymnastics but now vault bars beamer floor. What's your favorite bars. mine to. What is something that most people don't realize about competing in the olympics. I was telling somebody this yesterday. But it's like we don't have an off season so not to compare it to like any other sport of professional sports. But we're still training seven hours a day six days a week in our quote unquote like off season and then non-olympic years competing at world championships national championships. So i think they don't realize how many years i get your entire life. You're basically trading for this moment and that also like speaking of training we get to the olympics like two or so weeks before the competition started. Just to get acclimated time change like all of that and we don't get a single day off until the competitions over so it's a lot it's exhausting. We don't get to see our families.
Barbara Boxer Is Just as Obnoxious as You'd Expect Her to Be
"I've met barbara boxer and she's unpleasant and arrogant as as obnoxious as you think. She is. As this exchange she wants. When was this guy's do we remember was a number of years ago. She was holding a hearing. And this you wanna hear arrogance. This is barbara boxer. A few years ago has been delayed mammoth l. pr favorite. Could you say senator instead of ma'am just the thing. I worked so hard to get that title. So i'd appreciate it. Yes thank you you. Can you imagine browbeating. I think he was a member of the military. I think he was a you know. A high ranking member of the military testifying on capitol hill and. She's insulting insulted. Because he called her. Ma'am would you do me a favor. Commie senator. I met her and she is not a nice lady. Not at least two people. Who don't you know kiss her. You know what matter at the carnegie deli years ago in new york city sandy levin who used to be the the the major domo at the front door he always joked about marrying into the family carnegie deli sadly is no more man was that the greatest deli and she was in there one day and he thought. I just love it when people what you to. I wanna meet her welcome. You're want to meet. And he brought me over and she knew exactly what i did for a living and treated me like you would expect she would. I was like dust on under her under her gucci's or whatever she did not she did not care for may
"second favorite" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It is the second favorite behind Memphis is John Moran is averaging just under eighteen points a game and seven assists and and Caesar's odds to win rookie of the year before science debut John Brandt was minus one thousand now that is dropped to minus six fifty both those guys I will be in the supposed to be tonight in the all star rising stars challenge again this tonight nine eastern on ESPN I like to stay with the gambling or shall we because it's fun and you could win some money the Lakers are the favorite to win the NBA title heading into the all star break according to Caesar sports for god's released Thursday the Lakers are nine to five followed by the box the clippers and the rockets raptors Celtics heat nuggets are all twenty to one to win the coveted Larry o'brien trophy that is one is track still doing on ESPN radio and ESPN to chase the bits of a tray with Michael and Michael junior we are live in Chicago hanging out with our friends been hanging out with all morning great crew it is eight the air carries the banana bread is a delight by the way the banana bread is it is free and why I whenever we do these remote always see if there are kids here kids school age kids right and and I'm like okay there is and then my next question is Hey do you get to skip school today and a lot of times like yeah I'm like that's great parenting you know it's sometimes you gotta learn outside is going rubber drew Brees was getting question at the Pro Bowl he said for unique opportunity like this all and you can get that data play hooky call soul I ask this young man I said should we get to skip school today he said no so it's like a double whammy yeah so now you're getting up longer than you normally do to come to the show and then you have to leave it should show to go to school I mean that is bad parenting I'm sorry your call right absolute call offer this young man who got up early to come to the show and that has to go to I want to write him a note and I want to see just how much weight we can we'll dad kind of leaning on you on this one that we're gonna need to write some sort a note here to say we get on like a half day something we got to get this kid out of sight I don't call it a note from a dad you're the only one up here that's you know dad for us so no no official goal can win gold letter head which we definitely have lying around here so I don't know his name and for today so please let let alone a little Johnny missed school today we're going to teach him to speak good so I think I don't like that I think could go a long way god there's so much Michael senior school for kids who can't read good I went to that school goal presented by progressive insurance all focused on this on this gel pens performance line obviously we're down in Chicago because it's NBA all star weekend we've got some some NBA all star fun coming up what's going to join his house with Steven a going to join us a little bit that we've got a lot of NBA and talk to get into but there was another interesting part of the Astors now obviously anybody that his tune into ESPN over the last twenty four hours of electricity many of us ripping on Jim crane and Jim crazy under the Astros just absolutely butchered the the press conference we cover that that's not the only interesting angle of this because let's also acknowledge that you know the players have legacy in there to deal with and they've also said some things and it makes it interesting because this is Justin Verlander yesterday in a back and forth about his role in sign ceiling and there are understood what was what was happening I didn't I wish I'd said more yeah you know looking back I can't I can't go back I can't reverse my decision like I said I was right some more and I didn't I'm sorry what did you say I mean I that's between myself and my teammates the African nation for the team now so all of that is a you know that's a well handled moment they're saying I should have done more I could have been bigger I could have done all these things the the thing is social media keeps receipts so let's remember and not him Bhopal have both tweeted this out this is a quote from Justin Verlander quote we're fighting inclined for a hundred and sixty two games you hate to see something happen here at the very end you lose by game or something and you say what if that was just to Berlin to the conscience of MLB after Teegarden tested positive for steroids in two thousand sixteen so let's remember he went on record saying alright you hate to think of it like you you it's it's one little moment you scratch and claw not all who you know could of what could have been with this guy wasn't cheating and that was a two thousand sixteen a year before he now openly admits he wasn't loud enough in the locker room when he himself was part of a cheating scandal it John be posted yesterday that Batman quote you either died here or live long enough to see yourself become the villain that's the other we're part of what's going on right now it makes a big baseball we talked but strongly before he's a Yankees cap please talk about how Aaron Boone and roll this Japanese guys feel some type of way about what's going on right now in your hearing some quotes from other players about these things and I'm sitting here going alright the fuel takes expose guys got the pen out now because what we see and give it a long enough time what we always said everyone still on signs everyone's doing this that the other looking for the edge we're not that far it always feels like from the next thing that happens and you always wonder which of these guys getting up because Justin Berliners we just said the case study for this the guy who wants to let everybody know how wrong they are in this and how much he is guarding baseball halls and records and all this stuff and they came and got him like I'm just sitting around waiting wondering which of the guys from this round of sanctimonious stuff come out about this is gonna be the next one to get caught up in a well again we hear apologist because I see a lot of people tweeting say well what did you what did you want to hear from these guys you know you want to give an armor you want to give the water I you know and it's a fair question we want them to apologize we'd like them to be sincere but as I said before I guarantee you a large percent of them aren't there apologizing because they got caught your sorry because you got caught if this nothing ever were to come out they do we think any of them would have would have all the sudden come from forward like fires did after he left the team I would say no they're not going to so you apologize become you because you got caught but you'd like it this you like at least come across as being somewhat sincere and it's hard to do because I think a lot of people are look at any kind of a but an apology in this situation as a whole it's something they have to say well and to anyone that comes back is is what do you want I'll go back to a buster Olney said to us earlier today this morning on the show if you missed it check out my podcast buster came out and flat out said the baseball community meeting players in the game right now or hurt edit it visible level by the cheating that happened so it's not just what apology I wonder you wonder fans want by the way fans also robbed in this process they do spend a lot of money on their money has been taken in this cheating process but it's not about any of them it's also about the players that are sitting there that are getting enough from these it actually so I would say to anyone that's pushing back right now that we're demanding too much from apologies look within the baseball community the baseball community of players isn't happy with the apology but we we also heard from buster that some of that will happen on an individual right right right talk with these guys in a way to wait for the microphone that I think a lot of the writers would appreciate our than any statement publicly I was I don't think we have a high threshold for all this it's just be coherent right like be coherent enough to stream your reasons together in string your statements together without us being able to play your owner sound twenty seconds a part of him just blatantly contradicted yourself like I don't think that's that's the extraordinarily low bar that they feel what I say I agree I mean for a for a time when we were going to first hear them speaking for the most part I thought a lot of the players themselves well in the clubhouse but unfortunately as buster said and he's right it's going to be overshadowed by the guy who owns that team I'm on the verbal vomit that went on with him everyone just sat there stunned that a man could contradict themselves within ten seconds of each other and never really understand realize or explain what the hell is really going on I've seen several people come back and say remember this pending litigation because there is a civil lawsuit that that is being filed so maybe they can't maybe Jim crane couldn't say more aid to that and I would say there are two ways his apology could be gone that would've made a lot of sense to me personally way one would have been to come out as an organization say here's exactly what we did here's exactly how we did it here's exactly what I knew and I realize it was all wrong I did not handle this the right way I want to be better if you lay everything out on the table and you play your hand of poker with the cards up at least you're telling everybody everything that happened there some level to me of that's and I I can respect that ending litigation that kind of goes office so that's the other side it Jim crane to come out yesterday and said Hey we there's a story here to be told unfortunately right now we have pending litigation legally we need to get to that litigation before we can really get into detail with anybody so we're gonna do our best to move forward I realize that's terrible answer but we got to go to the legal system as callous as it sounds I would have actually aspect I expect I respect in any process of an apology but I respect is transparency so be transparent about the fact that you can't say anything because you're being sued or be transparent about exactly what you did don't have but it one way or the other and then sent out to the quick word there and then suddenly sect expect us to accept it well I guess that's the thing is we are but we all knowledge that some of what we heard from the Astros players sounded good and reasonable right yeah yes all of those guys are saying it it's out there and if there's pending litigation you have condoned in a meeting that we heard took place region craning his team to some extent the message that's coming out better your so bad at relaying it quite frankly as bad as the actors is shown to be everyone else for that you can't control what everyone saying all this if you have just said some of like seventy five percent or what his own players had gone out there in some instances and said this would have gone better this is a complete lack of preparation in an instance where you have more than enough time to come out be over prepared for situation but the weird part about that is remembered the players have no loss in this they're not be punished by Major League Baseball they're not individually being sued the Astros as an organization is being sued and Jim crane sat at the press conference it's at the players take no blame because it was what they what they were forced to do so the players who come out and get all **** nilly with everything because there's no recourse what that means they had a meeting with their owners supposedly I would imagine what was he because in general that tends to be what happens yeah what will keep breaking down trying to make sense of it from people's even smarter than us as the show goes on but coming up someone who's willing to join us on set because frankly he never sleeps and any rules the entire IBM just saying it we'll get to that after sports center with junior this winter camp straight away starts his drive from the basketball has on the baseline to float.
"second favorite" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Dog and two favorites the Niners getting a point in Tampa against the Buccaneers the lions lane two and a half in Arizona against the cardinals and the saints to wrap it up on Monday night laying six and a half at home against the Texans those are my picks for week one in the NFL channel five road I'm going I'm going with one home favorite one home on the door and no wonder road on the door I'm going head to head would you have taken a box lane one against the diners I I I think they're gonna be above a much better team on the areas because any debt of doubt about it now we know that that bulls obviously is a much better defensive coordinator years at college we certainly know that. James woods is going to be a much better player what Arians and I'm not sold on a nine is a garage full I mean always been annoyed that is this quarter what is it. he never stays healthy you know he he he look good when he is on the ballot Jack but then again everybody looks good on the ballot check. he had that little one when he got the San Francisco forty one like for the role of the end of the year but they were bad team they will when they finish that you six and ten five eleven what everyone's views are all last year. Jimmy go out below it's got everything yet to prove to me or anybody as an NFL quarterback. good night is on I don't know how good the Bucks off I like the books it always does the very hot but as we get in in Florida in Tampa and Jacksonville soft take a flyer on on James woods than Bruce Arians in the books here so I'm going head to head with the later one with Tampa against San Francisco again as you said it we said a week one who knows. a one to one taken on taking the jags game three and a half at home against the cheese I like the I think the jags gonna have a really good year I mean that in a got a quarterback battle with Nick Foles you know we'll see what Nick Foles is now is the guy.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Because the things that happen are so out of this world. Yes. It's in the lobster. Like, you can't think of that as I think, okay. Okay. But it is not the same. Like, okay is not the same world as the lobster officer is a fictional universe. This is our world, but crazy things happen. But it's things that can't happen scientifically, no sense. He just invents these things, and I believe that he invents them because he likes the idea of certain characters I in certain situations. How would they react to those situations? Let's sit back and audience in watch these people try and figure out how to overcome these these impostures area with bills. This is my this was my second favorite yoga's movie. I was good. I think we need to add moving forward when you establish like, here's like when you're say this takes place in a world wear versus this just takes place in the world. Like like us takes place in the world and insane things happening that are impossible happen. Get out takes place in our world in Saint things happen. Equilibrium takes place in a weird example place in a alternate universe. Linhares kind of all right. Yeah. I don't I don't care if I see landmarks that I recognize as our world. People are being transported into other people's bodies. That doesn't happen. He's about get out now. Oh, no. I'm talking about whatever. Doesn't even things away not happen movie. I was trying to be. Quiet about it. Kind of not not not pointing out exactly which movie I was talking about paper. I think the plot. Get out is pretty well, actually, pretty action. Second act pretty whilst allergies. That's what actually happens is third connections, leave that alone. I think you can call sacred Dera science fiction. Whatever not important, though ourselves do balls. That's one movie where thirty minutes, and this is absurd to each. I've done one. Did you did behind the curve behind the curve? One other one. Yeah. That you've done to all right? It's not. Do we need to pause the show? Brian what's going on over there? Brian goes phone talking to bitches. But what I saw the beach. Bo. Why wouldn't I am? I've been waiting for this one to come out since before. Harmony is before math McConnell us new coming attached, Brian because listener X tolerance all about it listener acts was on the set listener X was speaking our very first conversation with listener, he was telling us all about the beach bomb, and I remember talking to listener, actually, my backyard, my old house. I've lived in my new house for a year and a half at least. Yeah. So it's been a couple years that I've been hearing about the beach the beach why it's interesting because harmony Korean who is an infamous filmmaker writer director. Probably kids as maybe as big as movie if not trash on pers-. Might be the kids most. Movie. He also did spring break and real kits Gouda. Yeah..
"second favorite" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And by the way, my two favorite answers that we got that were not correct one from six oh three the party bus. No. It was not called the party bus should have been and this one from five await answered Bobby Hall, which is neither in the right theme of the question or anywhere near the right answer. But we seem to get a Bobby whole answer just about once a week for some reason. So I I like the fact that all of us are now dumber. Thanks to the fact that we're getting this Bobby Hall answer. So we'll just go just a joke. Five thousand Billy Madison quote. I'm sorry story out of the Wall Street Journal a hedge fund, and this is the headline hedge fund tosses family that controls maker of Oxycontin, what's going on here. Mike, so. Anyone that's been sleeping under a bit of a rock Purdue pharma, which made Oxycontin has been accused by all sorts of raiders of really in the best case scenario doing nothing to stand the addiction to opioids and the worst case scenario really promoting the over prescription of these drugs to all the doctors that are out there. Now, I think there's plenty of blame to go around here in terms of you know, who is responsible for the opioid epidemic. But producing should definitely played a pretty big role here in in. What's happening here is apparently this hedge fund Hilden capital management said, hey, all the money that you've invested with us as family, we don't want to manage anymore. So they've given the money back to this family, the Sackler, and you know, there's a there's a real shift. I think that's happening on opioids at the moment. Just in the last year, you've got this trial. That's going on in Massachusetts. I can't remember I should've. Looked it up is it for homicide or manslaughter for the doctor that over prescribed member. Opioids, but you've got that going on you have you know, this that you're seeing here it seems like you're finally seeing action taken from a financial judicial perspective against opioid makers. And that's something that's fundamentally different from what we've seen over the previous couple of decades. Sit is good for you at fund. You've got an opinion on a matter. You are not comfortable managed only. There was earned off the prescriptions of this, you know, this life-changing epidemic. Good for you for taking a stand. So a little bit of a just changing kind of the conversation that's happening on opioids. It's not just people saying, hey, this is bad.
"second favorite" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This is the Morgan show. We're talking about the football game tomorrow. What football game? Charges coming to play the pats. At Foxboro I'm not there. But that's where the game will be. And Steve before we picked it up and take a phone call the to my son asked me to ask you to call him. So I will text you his phone number sometime after eleven o'clock or so I'll be glad to call. You got it. All right. So I've delivered that message. And let's take our first phone call of the night. Jimmy in Walpole welcomed. Hi there. Good. How you doing? Steve. You know, you're the best. Really? All right. All right. You know, I've got since those military tickets for decide twenty fifth year. I've only missed like four games there at the three perfection AFC championship game in Philip rivers played his butt off. He really did not train toward a also. I. I expect him to come full on. And you know, the. Gordon? So I'm just hoping the key is hopefully, the hopefully the charges get off and they differ and Tom Brady moves down at school is right away. Right at the beginning. Because I think you gotta get up gotta get up fast and make make the charges instead of being behind. No jury. I'm gonna flip that switch. I'm gonna say I hope the patriots win. The coin flip as always defer and let the let the patriot defense go out and stop the Los Angeles chargers offense and then get the ball. And then do just that. And each team gets a series, and before you know, what the patriots are up seven nothing and not looking back. That'd be the best that. To to you know, the kids I think with the charges. I wanted to say San Diego, just like everyone else does I feel as though just you have to you have to get up, and you have to you have to beat them down. 'cause they will come back. You have to be down until they don't wanna be beat down anymore. That's a very good point. They are known to score points in the fourth quarter. Jimmy. That's his name. Jimmy, first of all, we appreciate your service and all that you've done for this country. So thank you very much for that. And a couple of things you brought up a really good point one rivers when he played was a tornado on the tray, and and and doing his heart and soul out in that game. The one thing that I'm gonna I Morgan before the game we have an hour pregame show. Yeah. I sit down with them. According according twins at one of the things they said is their favorite quarterback. Obviously is Tom Brady with your second favorite quarterback, Philip rivers. And it was weird for me to hear them say that because we're getting ready to go up against them. Right. So why would your second favorite quarterback because in they said because he plays with so much. We definitely don't wait. He plays top. He doesn't matter if he's not he'll play through it. And he goes we love that guy. Absolutely. Love him because he brings so much passion for the team. So yeah, people forget that that he was injured and still continue to play to it. He's gonna bring everything he's got tomorrow. And for the patriots are so him down it just gonna try and rattle. You gotta get up. You gotta get up. Gotta keep keep the gas pedal on. And Steve, you know, I love I watched I watch patriots all access every week. I appreciate you're the best. You really I'm surprised you haven't gone national. But thank God you haven't. Because we've got you. Hey, you know. When your family. Thank you. Good night you and Jimmy happy new year. I'm going to echo. What Steve said every time. I get anyone who calls who's won the uniform of one of our military services. I say, thank you. So thank you for your service and else wants to call in and his I'm gonna say, I've got news break coming up at the bottom of the hour, and I'll bring Steve back. So he's not going anywhere. But if I don't get calls. After the bottom of the hour. News break wouldn't let him go. He's got a busy night. Still. Are you doing Jennifer news tonight? Or is that Roce today I'm going to try and get a good night's sleep. So I'm ready for tomorrow. Okay. Do you wanna talk to the fans out? There is. The scores. Tomorrow tomorrow's game because well all types of different scores tomorrow. Why I'd love to get the opinions of the fans out there who they think they're gonna win in school. They can get I'll start with me. I will tell I think the patriots. For a final score matrix going to be two touchdown winner. So I'll go twenty eight fourteen fourteen. Okay. Yup. I think all I think the patriots offense will show that. The jets game was not a miracle clicking clicking up and down the line on our fence that game running and passing. And I think it'll be a similar experience on tomorrow afternoon. That's me. I hope you're right. And if it now, I cannot ask you to do the same thing because you're a reporter, and I'm not gonna put you in that position. After the game. Will you tell people what you thought would be the score. Yeah. I can I can I can give the score. Oh, the can give you what I think is going to be a scored tonight. Thankfully. All right. But again, I am hoping that there are chargers. Fans listening you go to another city, and you flip the dial to hear talk. And if you hear obviously right now with WBZ, we're talking charges and patriots. So I know there's some charger fans listening, and I would love for you as a charge. It's fan to call in and give me your opinion naturally here. Jimmy and most of the calls that we get between now and the top of the hour. We'll be reflective of what Jimmy said he remembers the last time that sandiego came here, and it was. Charges patriots. And we all know who won that. So if you want give us a call the local number two, Boston six one seven two five four ten thirty the toll free number for you. Steelers fans listening in Pittsburgh. You jets fans listening in New York, you bears fans, and I felt just as bad. I really wanted to see the bears go at least one more round and for that. Kicked a double door Inc. Oh, man. I know I know your heart was in your throat. So if you guys want to call long distance eight eight eight. Nine to nine ten thirty. That will get you through. We would love to speak to you as well. And you heard me mentioned earlier that my guest Steve Burton has been around football all of his life his father. Ron Burton played for the Boston patriots way back in nineteen sixty. And if I'm not mistaken, Ron Burton was the first choice first draft choice for the patriots. And they went on to have as we know a pretty good season. And in they're beginning years. It was not the best but not the worst. But that seems so long ago looking back now. It wasn't in the irony is they they ended up going to the championship. Well, my dad was on the team against this thing. And. That's right. They got the fifty nothing wasn't that the final score. It was ridiculous score. But they ended up making a championship game. That twenty signature. So you guys have some bragging rights if you want to bring up that game. That's gore. We we love to look back at ask sports teams. Whether it was a painful memory or an ear ear smile memory. So give us a call pretty pretty fleas. Yeah. My name is Morgan my guest, Mr. Steve Burton. My producer is Andrew rich. And I do the show every weekend and every other weekend. I combine this show. With another show called weekend. Live some on every Friday every other Friday midnight to five AM every other Saturday, my show ten to midnight and then midnight to three thirty hoping to do the best. Both Andrew Nye to inform and entertain you and the patriots have had. A ten year spread of getting into the post season being number one in the AFC east and this number ten dealing with Philip rivers. And I can't think of what it is. I should have written it down. And maybe during the break the news break coming up. I'll think of it. But there is a ten dealing with Philip rivers. I know it's not his family and he's at nine children. But this a ten as well around Philip rivers career. So whatever it is. It'll come to me. Give the phone number's one more time. And then we'll take our news break from CBS news six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty his CBS news update. President Trump is a Washington Post reporter. He's tried real hard to hide details of his one-on-one talks with Russian President Putin not a day after the New York Times reporter, the FBI actually opened an investigation in twenty seventeen to determine if Mr. Trump was in effect acting as an agent of Russia. The post reporter that on at least one occasion. Mr. Trump took away notes of his own interpreter. Giving instructions have nothing set should be discussed even with other administration. Officials CBS news political consultant Leonard Steinhorn, there were two competing alternative explanations. Here one president is concerned about secrecy and leaks to what does the president have to hide nothing claims. Mr trump. Anybody could have listened to that meeting that meeting is open for grabs adding on Fox News Justice were Janine. Pirro. Was a great conversation. I'm not keeping anything under wraps. I couldn't care less. I mean, it's ridiculous CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty. Hey, guys, Jimmy Johnson here. So I finally did it I went and got lace with the all pro team at Boston laser, and all I can say is I can't believe I didn't do it sooner from start to finish the process was so smooth the procedure itself was twelve minutes. No pain,.
"second favorite" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"And yet it's not going to be very cool. When Rondo comes back in those. He played thirty nine minutes and twenty five seconds that is about the. So Anthony Davis can become a free agent until the end of next season. But two teams are already standing out as possible destinations. What was reports? The Celtics have quote been hawking Anthony Davis for years, the other rumored landing spot has been the Lakers. Lebron was asked yesterday about the possibility of adding a D And said, quote that would be amazing that would be incredible. Adding even more intrigue eighty is now represented by clutch sports who also reps one. Lebron James we are joined by f s one NBA analyst Chris Broussard, Chris what are the odds of a D going to LA? I think the Lakers are two favorite in. Obviously have enrich Pasha agent is a huge factor can take this call. Well, pope is being paid lots of money by the Lakers lot represented by Rich, Paul. Remember the big contract. He got last year. Lebron exactly he wouldn't get that anywhere else. I'm not saying it's a done deal. Because I think that here's what's going to happen. It's not going to happen this year. I don't see this deal happen in this year. The only way it can even have a prayer of happening. This year is if Anthony Davis does a Jimmy Butler, which is not his personality. How to see him doing that? And then his advisors demand. Right sort of quitting on the year. And they're not he's Rich Paul, and then they're not going to advise him to do that. You look at how the bronze handle this free agency always professionally so any even if he did do that they still wouldn't have to trade him, if I'm the war liens, I wouldn't I wouldn't trade. And because remember he's not a free agent to twenty twenty. So was going to have to happen is they're going to offer him the supermax this summer, which could pay him seventy million more than any other team, and he's likely going to turn it down. And then they're going to know..
"second favorite" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Well maybe they'd be my second favorite irs favorite the transportation security administration keeping us safe sometimes callahan chuck was deputy director in charge of operations in lulu while lifelong resident charlene mutter was in charge of neighbor island airports they found fifteen types of security vulnerabilities and management deficiencies that have airports when they took over in early two thousand fourteen so you get hired you're in a management position your job is to look at the vulnerabilities your job is is my airport or are my airports secure are they safe are we doing a good job do we have any deficiencies should i fix anything they found fifteen themes role i'd say that's not bad i would expect to double that so they get hired they find fifteen things wrong they weren't unfixable they were fixable and quite frankly readily flexible and when we started reporting those then all of a sudden we started getting negative repercussions for management instead of support seriously i come on this is gonna be fake news right a third employee frank abreu also ran afoul of management he stood up when the manager said he wanted frank to make to make a complaint that the two women had been disrespectful to the senior man manager and he said he wouldn't because that wasn't true the tsa then abruptly reassigned all three on one business days notice one was sent to burbank california frank was shar was sent to seattle washington and i was sent to los angeles the federal office of special counsel says the reassignments were retaliation the tsa has agreed to pay a total of one million dollars to the three and return abreu and mata to positions in hawaii the tsa has stopped the socalled involuntary geographic reassignments it is also created a training program against whistleblower retaliation so this this collect storybooks piece of crap organization when you have to teach management that win your people bring problems to you your job is to fix those problems how many work for an organization where there are problems and no matter how many times you point out hey this doesn't work that doesn't work we got this problem here we got that problem there really okay well you know someday i'll get around to it but not today not gonna do it today david hogg thinks that for whatever reason that if you are a company and you make a contribution.
"second favorite" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Get along you're both still women and there's there's an underlying there's always like some contention or some competition or like you know there's hormones and like i don't want to deal with it blah blah teenage girls in their moms seamlessly what's it like to be second favorite while sometimes they feel bad gifted other things i don't know i mean it works out of my favorite but i don't added to this pilot on but i was nana's favorite to actually she's not here to speak on the baby is everything have to speak on it she's in heaven looking down on us all narrow to defend her nanna actually i don't think she actually said it i don't think nanny even conceal it did she i don't know i always knew you snuck that in their you're a big deal he's going to have kids i n b favorite favorite meal hurry up shoot up the club and knock some not some girl up and and give that up if i sense it is coming soon i'll just i'll just go knock somebody up and then you'll be sorry be sure i put a block on that access wow i wonder though i wonder that all the time i wonder you're you're you're on a very serious relationship go you're almost indefinitely almost for sure be married before me and more than likely have kids before me but i wonder you know when i was young i don't think it would have been well accepted had i had a surprise but now i wonder would mom even be upset about it now he'd still want you to be married you really think she'd care i think she wants grandkids so badly think we'll give them to her mom does have our baby clothes staved in iron and press were meant that that happened my name christopher is gonna wear embroidered clothing says christopher on it so that that child can be a risk of molestation you know in retrospect ucla search would be with my name on the on the outfit by mom had this thing with dressing me up like a doll and having my name embroidered on everything i wore in two thousand eighteen you can't do that because some creeper we'll go ahead file christopher i got some candy and i would have been like okay you knows my name but it was written across the front of.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"All right i need someone who's gonna just take it easy what's the benefit of hang out with someone that i wanna talk to strain do you want like the dude from big lebowski like is that the temperament the general temperament that you want with donald sutherland i'm not sure what pays i'm not big on human interaction right but then it could be anyone i mean what if i don't ever see this person but if you want if you're not big on human interaction you could take celebrity that's not human right isn't like something from the cartoon world lasting you're being ridiculous you can't live with a cartoon one question dog acute now because i'm going to be listed if i'm living with a celebrity this is for the long haul most i'm going to get is like two years with lassie right unless they keep replacing last like they do in real life where i'm just getting constant lassie's over and over again if i have an unlimited supply of lassie's it might be lassie actually i don't like lassie i would do like a tova n no beethoven was too big and kind of like i feel bad for beethoven benji thank you what kind of no that doesn't involve yeller i'm not doing that let's cage now that'd be exhausting that'd be so exhausting living with nncholas cage joe i saw a i saw comedian and cars with coffee with jim carrey the other day and he was talking about when he was he's friends with nncholas cage and he was talking about when he was doing that andy kaufman movie like right before he even when he ate with nncholas cage and nncholas cage looked at him and he saw his eyes and he's like i gotta get outta here man you're crazy he just left like that's how crazy jim carey was nncholas cage didn't wanna be around.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So i had to go man is express lane's dan the place this started is five minutes ago for some reason and this this is a source of resentment with me that needs to be dissolved here the place we started is that i am jealous of the amount of comfort that you have on the air to do anything and that comfort is so vast that you don't even realize when you're in the middle of work and you're eating breakfast on the air you don't even realize because that's what happened stuff stuff in your mouth in the middle of a segment when it was going to cause coughing and chewing and you were going to sound bad and you didn't care because you just do whatever you want whatever you want to i don't feel good about that that's not true you feel very rich because of that well i do but what i was saying was i don't feel very good about what i just did that though i thought had more to say i thought i had time to get a quick now i'm blaming other people i can't do that i did think i'm just telling you what i was thinking at the time 'cause it's route to eat on the air and route to do serious of sorry it's not no no wait a minute wait raymond i don't but i thought it was going to speak for a little wait a minute just so you're clear on this i don't care if you eat on air the entire time we're on i'm more marveling at the general oblivious nece that you have about what's going to affect your ability to do your job in the future.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"They see the dole let's got patriots jersey on it and they're like we can get one of those that's valuable three years at the patriots have pay cut in pay cut in discount been discount discount been never mind clear and track don't show up we'll give you seven point four million dollars for that thing on your clearance rack i don't even know how much money they gave him a no side the side bonus we'll turn out to be a two year deal and the patriots but we place him with another amendola that's right it's so annoying and now you have texas coming in and saying hey dan did you ever consider amendola veteran presence will teach the young wide receivers what's there's one texter saying that there can't be multiple texts that greg jennings who texted that i every wants to god's here support for the dan lebatardshow podcasts comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you the same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgage is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocketmortgage dot com slash stu gods that's rocket mortgage dot com slash stu gods s t g ot's e equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states mls consumer access dot org number thirty thirty donlevatar here is what gilbert arenas did on twitter this is unwise for a number of reasons i would like to inform all the big ballers out there i'm the reason big strip clubs fingerprint now i'll order eighty thousand dollars worth of one's throw about forty thousand dollars of.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Right do you think the fans feel that way about adam gays that that that he's incompetent or house he bought himself something they the playoffs the first years quarterback got injured right before the season last year like i think fans are still in on adam gates i don't think that i think he's incompetent i think dolphin management for fifteen years has been incompetent and so he's getting stained by some okay distrust from everyone who came before him fans can be fairly simplistic about this he's good when he's ten and six he wasn't good last year sure i mean i know i can i mean that's the way i'm saying that's not true that's not accurate analysis he wasn't any different the year that he went ten and six and last year when he didn't go ten and six his quarterback got hurt last year that's gonna do it every time that was the difference unless you're the eagles that it doesn't matter you're right the it in the short term you look at what they did with jarvis landry it seems as though they essentially what jarvis landry was going to get paid for one year and i don't know exactly how it works because it gets staggered with signing bonuses and whatnot but they replaced jarvis landry with albert wilson who's a speed sir and a thirty two year old damon dollah yeah well i'm in del lincoln join up being relevant anymore he's doing a reverse welker he really is i mean you go to the patriots from the patriots of the dolphins who've nobody it's not just that it's not just the reverse welker of addresses it's also that amendola is great there won't be here and while there wasn't great here in was was that.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Does it make you think that adam gates has some sort of job security that we're not aware of could you said the stones on this guy to do this with really no resume makes me wonder it makes me wonder right i understand why we're all predisposed to incompetence but it makes me wonder what does he know that we don't know because he's more invested than this than we are his job and his career tied to it and he's saying you know what jay get outta here jarvis landry get out of here donna can sue get outta here i know that jj want a super bowl with the eagles and was a big piece for them but i think case was sort of proven right by that team got better drake performed well he was one for one on these sort of things it is rare the point that to god's made about his job security you don't get to build a team up take it to the playoffs disappoint the following year and participate in the tear down although who's the one with job security though is a gay cer tanenbaum while they they're both hero there may have been hoping i'm wondering who's doing this is being done to gaze no i think it's being done well i obviously have no way of knowing but i would imagine rb don't even know there are people who know everything that i read about the jj i thing said that that was a well that's the thing but he's cody was saying the tuesday they're smearing these guys though only players anyone knows the only players the dolphins care about by trading them they're smearing him gases say not not not not the case it's telling you is he doing we never got the he's telling you gays and tanenbaum are telling you not only are jarvis landry jay ajayi and dedom ensue.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"In a way that impresses people what do you make of the the balls really the balls to get rid of the only players anyone knows it's tough because the patriots now they find themselves where if they go after and suits because they just need that piece but you need to stack talents no one would have looked at the rams a couple years ago and said there aaron donald away because they weren't you get a girly get a golf and then you donald or whichever order and then you were just that piece away you need to start stacking talents but right now they've just cleared the covered but i understand doing that with sue if he's expensive you're not gonna win next year why have another year of sue being graded defensive tackle next year is not the year that you're going to win the title it's almost like if you have to start planning now i had a funny conversation with adam gays i think i told you guys about this i think we did it on air the patriots did something and i just like send him a text making fun of him about how hot hard it is going to be to catch them and he was pretty well aware that that's everybody's feeling everywhere including in their locker room like that's going to be really hard to go do that so he gets here and he realizes that upon getting here he didn't think this was a good job this was a good job because it had tannehill or among the bad jobs that were available and that's all that was available this was the best of the bad jobs he thought because of that quarterback but the moment he gets into the office and starts looking at the numbers i don't even remember who the players were when he started he realized oh the only good players we have i have to get rid of and now they're doing it again.
"second favorite" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"While you sports fans did you know you can stream this podcast on spotify right now it's easy open the app on your mobile device or desktop click on the browse channel then click on the podcast section you can also stream on your smart speaker now it's that much easier for you to stay up to date on all the latest and greatest and all things sports thanks despite a defy helped me with something here's through god's as we discussed the dolphins right but i don't think i can have it both ways i don't think i'm allowed to say free agency doesn't matter everyone who wins free agency they rarely if ever win the super bowl the patriots wait till free agency passes to see where the discounts are the patriots when do the patriots ever get involved in the front end of the game where everyone's bidding against each of the one of the things the patriots have more than anyone in the league is restraint right it did work out once for them though when they needed secondary help meg they got rebus not just rebus browner as well and the very next year they want a super bowl i find interesting though that way the only time they dabble in it is when they no they have a weakness somewhere that will keep them from resulting there resulting with the championship the all these other day now they need a quarterback when he remains all these other teams think they're a piece away the patriots no at when they are right because they always are they always are yes with that quarterback.
"second favorite" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"In that chapter which is my second favorite next to you her um this woman named pat fletcher she was awesome blinded she lost her eyeballs in a grenade factory explosion and she got his it not a grenade factory explosion at its now i mean is interesting story to tell me and she was she was describing to me how she was holding this holes in a guy really hot and she's like i wonder what that's about and then it the hose was leading into this this barrel and the barrels started the bulge out and she's like i wonder what that it and then there was anything in lusaka hough she she was she love nature and always hiked in and one of the things that was devastating by losing her sight as you know she couldn't do that anymore now but she years later she found this would they call sensory substitution device and it was invented and i just shows this because it shows the um you know the power that our brain has to adapt in an and rewired self the this device um it took you had a camera and it in this was invented by by dutch engineer took the pixels that we come into the camera and a converted them into a consistent pattern of tones so our brain is capable of discerning like forty different tones at the same time right so each pixel so the higher up in the picture the pixel was the higher up the tone and the and the brighter it was the louder the tone so it would convert the they call it a reverse spectral grass it would convert these pictures into what are called sounds gapes with this just this past each of tones.