12 Burst results for "Thirty Eight Thirty Eight Thirty Eight Years"

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Want no matter who goes down. Somebody's going to go down. And it's gonna be great you know what really has me worried though is that i've seen a lot of videos. Recently of boxing matches where people are in full headgear. And they still get knocked. The you know what you wanna be that guy that is really embarrassing to be wearing the headgear and still get put down cold. you know. listen. I don't think georgia's is gonna strike you in the head to the point that it's gonna take you down. The body blows on the other hand could be very very painful so keep that in mind during our training. Hold on clinton clinton you got. You don't understand that there's a lot of pent up aggression coming from sodano so if you you don't think he's gonna put let me let me tell you that. Let me tell you. I know i know anything about george. George is gonna take more pride in putting cap down with a body blow. Then he would by striking him in the hat because body blows are under rated vicious and it just looks cooler. Kind of george's reasonable person hitting people in the head doesn't look that team like nine hundred twenty one you've got cap on the other side. Who probably has a little bit of a pent up aggression alpha. Take a headship right. Well he's gonna give a head shot to. That's what i'm saying capital deliver ahead. Yeah my opinion towards the book. Because even though george has the karate background i plan on using georgia's ribcage like i'm going out for a sixty yard field goal attempt. You know what i mean. I'm planning on trying to break out my old school kicking leg days. Game thirty eight thirty years later. So you're so taller and bigger to think. I have a height advantage. I have a weight advantage. George georgia's younger and he has. He has real training. He's a skilled rained. Martial arts meaner to like just on a basic level of competition like you know well something that tank there. He's he's saucy that way. You know what i mean. He's one of those guys you always want to be right. He'll yell and scream at the top of his lungs if you don't agree with everything he says and so it's going to be one of those things where he comes out and he's going to be like art caplan. Remember that time. You didn't agree with me. Now take this boom head. Take this to the ribs. And i'm just going to be wearing so much padding i'm gonna look like eric dickerson. Used to look like when he was playing for the rams back in the old days. I'm gonna have on every piece of equipment known to man. You're gonna get a jerry curl to. I'm going straight to vegas by the way to bet on. George you're gonna take george in this percents of the time guy with former karate. Training versus scott kaplan. It needs to be george. This'll be fun though. You know. I think if i go to vegas with you. I'm going on cap. Why i think i'm putting my money on cap. Here's how i really am. I've seen play golf. I've seen it like he. He shocked play golf. No no no. I'm saying like he's he's still because he's got power like you know he had evolved deep. I was like wow. I did not expect that. So this is the same type of thing. I think he's gonna come out with all that gear on and no gear for sodano and he's just going to wreck shop. I think it's one spin kicking this bad boy. I think he's taken in our taking the punishment and then once i've taken it and george got nothing left in the tank plan on dishing it out. Okay it's going to happen mission. Hold shots to the bank directly big by peers for everybody.

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on DAT Poker Podcast

DAT Poker Podcast

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on DAT Poker Podcast

"Is that what happens in short back by the way people people love wing back. What happened well. I can tell you what happened on across the board. And i can tell you for a fact that the organizers are ecstatic with the turnout because turnout's really really good like the twenty five k. and fifty k. Through really big numbers we were like the only event that didn't draw well was the short deck specifically and part of the reason for that. Was you know the no travel on the asian players european fires replay short that regularly. But since we're on the topic. David peters and short deck. I wanted to throw this at you from the short deck tournament. Since i know terence's interested in this and i think it's really interesting. Icm discussion that you guys can tell me what you would do with my hand. We're on the actual bubble pays four spots. I'm an sec of david. Peters is about three point eight million. I'm solidly in second place with one point. Eight million Alley has one million. Gary katz six hundred thousand other guys. Thirty thousand with an anti fifteen thousand. So they're very short. Stacks over here. Okay i pick up to kings on the first act island which is pretty standard. And his games. You know limping early position with most almost your whole rage alley limbs. David peters goes all in the one guy that can bust me. Okay folds around me. And i have two kings right so from an icbm perspective if i fold right. I'm very good chance to make money. He can be shoving here with pretty much any to and like if he has ten suited. He's a coin flip against because that's the stupidest so the game. So what would you do with kings there oscars you you give a sex. But i don't know what the anti is i said. The anti was fifteen thousand. Fifteen thousand so this guy has to aunties. Who's the short sign. Yes three hundred thousand three hundred thirty eight thirty year. I it's rush right because from again your executive like you said if you fold us that he literally have to fold everything that's not as its and that wrong. Ics interbank eunice feels like it's recent years like it loses money if you call but it also feels he can hold so that seemed really awful What's the so how many brian's is like what's the money bubble is workplace. It's three months like twenty seven thousand the by lake. It's really it's really probably right to fold. It's gross though. Let me do yeah like. It's really gross. Because it just kind of means the david. This all doesn't really you can do this all the time because a shorter segment look them up and then he doesn't want to lead off equity so he doesn't he doesn't just not wait six so.

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"And magnificence that lives and can be experienced in the space that your body occupies always there but your your focus of awareness is hardly ever there. And i'm not picking on you. This is true for the were screwing everything up on the planet is because we never go to the place where we feel fulfilled when you feel fulfilled and you feel peace because you're because at pieces there and you feel unconditionally loved by the life that that runs your body that that you are when you feel that you live a different life and you create different stuff because that will come to expression but you gotta go there i but okay. Now there are this and i. I hear what you're saying you know. Believe me i'm not taking any of this. La like lakers personal. I recognized the personal stuff in it. Stuff that i need to work on and As far as turning off that thought process inside. You know meditation is supposed to do that down and stuff. And i used to be a lot better at Getting into like an alpha state in meditation. Thirty eight. Thirty years ago than. I am. Now why i don't know because my brain is going constantly and talk about what that thing is in your chest for me. I think it's more anxiety than anything else. There's so much. I wanted to achieve and so much i wanna do and so little time to do it in And why do you want to achieve all that. Have some kind of legacy tattoo. Say when i'm gone. There was something somebody will remember me for something positive. You don't care why when you're gone you don't care no i won't but i wanna be able to make sure that that that's still that's something after i'm gone up so you know i'm going to contradict this. I'm i'm really having fun. I i okay thank you okay so that all of that stuff that you want to do because you think legacy if you have a good legacy somehow you'll be content or you'll be one or you feel okay. Yeah well yeah you feeling. Okay doesn't come from legacy feeling okay. Already exist feeling okay. Comes from going to feeling. Okay already listened to you and then you're legacy will become bigger. Part of it is a feeling like i almost. Oh the world to leave it a better place than i arrived in. That's part of what you have less peace now than you did thirty years ago actually leaving the the world's worst place yeah and you could have thirty years ago so maybe what. You're trying to make better isn't isn't isn't.

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:29 min | 10 months ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Thought about this one. I thought about yeah. It's it's a really solid film about the interview. Between david frost and richard nixon nine hundred seventy seven and it's similarly talkie in ho and it's it's based on a real event where this isn't necessarily a real event although these are real people and they were actually friends and they probably did meet up at many times. You know similar to this. But this is all dramatize but frost nixon does from. What i understand dramatize ally of the you know preamble up to the actual interview and so it's first of all like we were talking about that adaptation of a stage play into film and then also basing it on real people and real events and then dramatizing it in a way to to heighten heightened with that is all about a think. That's a good pick. I love trust nixon and rayvey it. You know there is that move. And i don't know if this is someone that you still have left. So maybe i'm shitting on you a little bit here but like there are two things that didn't wanna add to this list and they are frost. Nixon doesn't do this a lot of times when you fictionalized events that are likely to have happened and you put your own spin on them. They come out incredibly corny. And there's two things i was thinking about. One is hamilton which i detested in which losing so corny. I understand it's a reimagining. I mean like obviously it is what it is. It's it's this new genre. But i did not. It's semi new genre but taking those modern sensibilities and slapping them onto something like that and kind of shoehorning it in hamilton. At least had some pretty good music. I kind of enjoyed some of the music musical numbers and of course God puts actress named david play. Sam cooke he was easing incredible in hamilton. As much leslie jay lizzy autumn. I can never remember was. Junior is just unbelievably talented. But i don't like hamilton absolutely detested with every fiber my being the trial of the chicago. Seven that did the same thing. One of the absolute most fucking dog shit movies. I've seen in years. Where either way is going to be up for every oscar every fucking oscar. Because because they didn't give him his oscar for a few good men or maybe they did. I don't know and now like that. They do because they go by thirty eight thirty years and they're like oh we should have given it to you for a few good men. Well it's also anti trump. You know that in the air and so people just want to you know get political but in that kind of right centrist democrat political. The worst could dog shit so anyway. A movie that. I think did that. Well and. I only saw this once honestly. This movie was like one of those smooth round. Orbs that you kind of is very like noncontroversial. Although it was really well done movie was a beautiful movie was twenty sixteen loving. Did you ever see loving dave sure. Yeah great low a. directed by geoff nicholls on him. So joel edgerton and ruth negga who i went onto do like four seasons of preacher and then like has she done much other than is not done much in film. That's for sure she should be in fillmore. she's She's incredible in this and she's great in everything. But i i dunno. I thought she was going to have bigger career. I don't know whatever it's only been five years. She could probably still just beeps huge or whatever but but This is something that happened. Right state of virginia versus versus a loving and it was. Oh my god. How long ago was it. That black people weren't allowed to get married white people nine hundred and ten years note. Do it was like forty five years ago. It was not that long ago and or fifty five years ago. I suppose four forty fifth year. Whatever went when the movie was made and It tells that story of the legal battle to for these people to be able to get married And again just like with with one night in miami. You think that these things. I mean if you're a person of color you don't think this but if you're i think if you're if you're white person you probably do think that this is ancient history and it's not it isn't at all is very recent that all of this stuff was codified and it was law and it was the way of the land so Pick loving for that reason and also because it was obviously a fictionalization right of what happened because rain. We have some contemporaneous ideas of what happened. Just like we do have some contemporaneous ideas of what happened on that one night in miami that won the heavyweight championship of the world. But we don't know the exact dialogue wasn't all rewarded. Whatever same thing. With with the supreme court case of virginia so Yeah loving twenty sixteen. You remember that movie at all or no. Oh yeah absolutely great movie and it was such an interesting movie for jeff wilson. You after much and you know all those things that he was kind of known for it was like a really interesting left turn but It actually makes me wonder about regina king director just briefly before going to our next puzzle. Piece like this. This is an interesting pick to like adapt a stage. Play like this. I mean it's to to get these kinds of people that it's about. You know these are i. Don't want calm characters. I mean they're real people. But you know what i mean. Art to make a movie about them make sense. I'm curious to see what her voice as a filmmaker is going forward though. Yeah i mean i mean. It's funny because like you. And i had a text chat a few days ago about zack snyder right Does anybody ask was Does neider Filmmakers dhec snyder has league ever adapted. ip he's really really never done anything that he on his own like from the land of the dead which were logged onto the ground of the dead congra- movie. But guess what it was a jorge romero universe movie before there was before the idea of expanded universe's that was george romero expanded universe movie and virtually everything not now virtually literally everything else if he's done has been ip. I would say that what regina king has done here is probably a lot more challenging. Because look at all the shit. That quentin tarantino gotcha for taking the tiny liberties with bruce leave by the way liberties that a lot of people who agree were not that far from the truth like ebre was kind of a. You know a egotistical prick like in real life which i mean fuck. Bruce lee deserves to be negative break. I wanted to. He's bruce lee. I mean like heaven forbid you know somebody and and we'll she is getting some trouble for kingsley benedict playing malcolm x. british actor and i don't know i mean it's not my place to really come. It's on it to that problem..

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:29 min | 10 months ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Thought about this one. I thought about yeah. It's it's a really solid film about the interview. Between david frost and richard nixon nine hundred seventy seven and it's similarly talkie in ho and it's it's based on a real event where this isn't necessarily a real event although these are real people and they were actually friends and they probably did meet up at many times. You know similar to this But this is all dramatize but frost. Nixon does from what i understand. Dramatize lot of the you know. Preamble up to the actual interview and so it's first of all like we were talking about that adaptation of a stage play into film and then also basing it on real people and real events and then dramatizing it in a way to to heighten heightened with that is all about a think. That's a good pick. I love trust nixon and rayvey and you know there is that move and i don't know if this is someone that you still have left. So maybe i'm shitting on you a little bit here but like there are two things that didn't wanna add to this list and they are frost. Nixon doesn't do this a lot of times when you fictionalized events that are likely to have happened and you put your own spin on them. They come out incredibly corny. And there's two things i was thinking about. One is hamilton which i detested in which losing so corny. I understand it's a reimagining. I mean like obviously it is what it is. It's it's this new genre. But i did not. It's just semi new genre but taking those modern sensibilities and slapping them onto something like that and kind of shoehorning it in hamilton. At least had some pretty good music. I kind of enjoyed some of the music musical numbers and of course God puts actress named david play. Sam cooke he was. He's incredible in hamilton. As much leslie. Jay lizzy autumn. I can never remember was. The junior is just unbelievably talented. But i don't like hamilton. I absolutely detested with every fiber my being the trial of the chicago seven. That did the same thing. One of the absolute most fucking dog shit movies. I've seen in years. Where either way is going to be up for every oscar every fucking oscar. Because because they didn't give him his oscar for a few good men or maybe they did. I don't know and now like that. They do because they go by thirty eight thirty years and they're like oh we should have given it to you for a few good men. Well it's also anti trump. You know that in the air and so people just want to you know get political but in that kind of right centrist democrat political. The worst could dog shit so anyway. A movie that. I think did that. Well and. I only saw this once honestly. This movie was like one of those smooth round. Orbs that you kind of is very like noncontroversial. Although it was really well done movie was a beautiful movie was twenty sixteen loving. Did you ever see loving dave sure. Yeah great low a. directed by geoff nicholls on him. So joel edgerton and ruth negga who i went to do like four seasons of preacher and then like has she done much other than is not done much in film. That's for sure she should be in fillmore. she's She's incredible in this and she's great in everything. But i i dunno. I thought she was going to have bigger career. I don't know whatever it's only been five years. She could probably still beeps huge or whatever but but This is something that happened. Right state of virginia versus versus loving. And it was. Oh my god. How long ago was it. That black people weren't allowed to get married white people nine hundred and ten years note. Do it was like forty five years ago. It was not that long ago and or fifty five years ago. I suppose four forty fifth years when the movie was made and It tells that story of You know the the legal battle to for these people to be able to get married And again just like with with one night in miami. You think that these things. I mean if you're a person of color you don't think this but if you're i think if you're if you're white person you probably do think that this is ancient history and it's not it isn't at all is very recent that all of this stuff was codified and it was law and it was the way of the land so Pick loving for that reason and also because it was obviously a fictionalization right of what happened because rain. We have some contemporaneous ideas of what happened. Just like we do have some contemporaneous ideas of what happened on that one night in miami. That ali won the heavyweight championship of the world. But we don't know the exact dialogue wasn't all rewarded. Whatever same thing with with the supreme court case of loving Virginia so Yeah loving twenty sixteen. You remember that movie at all or no. Oh yeah absolutely great movie and it was such an interesting movie for jeff wilson you after mud and you know all those things that he was kind of known for. It was like a really interesting left. Turn but It actually makes me wonder about regina king director just briefly before going to our next puzzle. Piece like this. This is an interesting pick to like adapt a stage. Play like this. I mean it's to to get these kinds of people that it's about. I don't wanna calm characters. I mean they're real people. But you know what i mean. Art to make a movie about them make sense. I'm curious to see her voice as a filmmaker is going forward though. Yeah i mean i mean. It's funny because like you. And i had a text chat a few days ago about zack snyder right Does anybody ask was Does filmmakers jack. Snyder has league ever adapted. Ip really really. Never done anything that he on his own like from the land of the dead which were logged onto the ground of the dead congra- movie but guess what it was a jorge romero universe movie before there was before the idea of expanded universe's that was george romero expanded universe movie and virtually everything not virtually literally everything else if he's done has been ip. I would say that what katrina king has done. Here is probably a lot more challenging. Because look at all the shit. That quentin tarantino gotcha for taking the tiny liberties with bruce leave by the way liberties that a lot of people who agree were not that far from the truth like gabbara was kind of a. You know a egotistical prick like in real life which i mean fuck. Bruce lee deserves to be negative. Break i to. He's bruce lee. I mean like heaven forbid you know somebody and and she is getting some trouble for kingsley. Benedict playing malcolm x. British actor and i don't know i mean it's not my place to really come. It's on it to that problem..

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on WTVN

"What matters on newsradio six ten WTVN doing interviews like the one that we're about to do right now makes this show so much worth it coming in here every Sunday because we enjoy it so much after forty two years with the Columbus zoo director emeritus Jack Hanna is retiring at the end of the year incredible to think about the timing and and how much she's put into this city and the sale so we are so honored to be talking to Jack Hanna and his wife Susie from their home out in Montana hi Jack and Suzy we have the phone on speaker is that okay that's perfect hi Susie hi if it is an Indian makayla you guys thank you for being on the what matters show are you were so kind to call in and have a that's great well we've been thinking about you all week we know how big of a week this is banned the how are you guys doing with all the announcements and everything well I'll tell you one thing who is an else do it I got the phone calls and TV hello because the calls I'm sure you know we should really start out by saying congratulations because that's normally what you say to people who are retiring but for you it's just a little different because I don't think anyone ever want you to ever leave the Columbus zoo because you guys mean so much to so many people you're just part of it well you're you're right you know and and I'll still be able to go there to help every once in awhile when they need something but you know what it does is I guess you know make some kind of been there forty two years forty two years and you know it's always deserves incident number one fan and all that kind of stuff but you know I don't look at that I don't know TV stuff by the way happened because of the people said how to get on TV I don't very relievers had disposed of a station but the club is due at the first twin girls were born that's when the people from because they want to make a payment covered it and then let's get a David Letterman so Good Morning America then he called me I did this over to it twenty some years thirty eight thirty years yeah that's how the TV thing start with me because of the when your listeners I mean Jack I grew up with you I actually grew up in Illinois so I grew up watching you via letter man do you sell so much change over the years with the zero in those forty two years I'm what happened once those TV segments really started for you what's changed what changes for as of late in the day yeah well what happened was I did a lot of Mostar round started these shows we had started filling a lot of those challenges and that you know help is there would you help me but I was really willing to help those who I never paid attention to television every so my gosh yet you know this kind of stuff SO much I didn't know looking for TV they came over because of what is to happen I just thought I'd put this inside of being part of the part on there others show up in in the you know it's just been a lot worse allowed to travel the world I mean the world of the film and people say we don't do that well good I hope through the next few years if you go back and saw those countries that we saw but when you're filming animals in different countries you know you should have because it's right if you have a lot of you elephants what what's the yeah in oceans America down to wait out the bottom you'll sharks has it affected you what you're building that we wanna go back and you know enjoy a lot of the stuff we saw all over the world Susan you're you're ready to have him home a little bit more are you know why Jack and I met in college some people don't know that in this case best friend so we've known each other since we were eighteen years old and we're not going to do this how to meet my wife Susie in a French class this is true a digital my book is that another TV stuff but I've never done much this already so anyway when I was in the since class a look towards all the above is true and you know what's a marriage was just a class I said Hey could you do me a favor can come with me to talk about my wife the company I brought my dog you to Muskingum college abroad to document that so I get kicked out they kick me out the first day because I got a story don't you it took my donkey in a suit that's how I met through the taker to see my donkey and she liked animals too so that's how I met my wife a very promising but don't go to college or did you guys make the donkey a mascot yeah you're right yes I I use docking in all preferably with in oncology and I was handling even Patty Stein ours used to head of Huntington bank I was telling him the story about jacking is Starkey and how when they sell homes or take a picture of the whole student body Jack was there with his Starkey and now I just wish we had a copy of that picture I mean we're going back fifty years and he surprised us like three months later we have that picture that they didn't even have it been skiing and many more really and masking had put out an email asking anybody and our our class if anybody had that picture if you can imagine there's Jack in it you one day ago it's just it's really neat if the if the claim is that what what I really well we remember is when I went there like opposes the country they were mostly cages animals that's what most everything was as the owner of that point the triangle and gets natural habitat for wild animals and so that's what I really love doing at the Columbus zoo all the people that helped me all the companies in clothes and help this go to that you have a test for these animals which a lot of them have right now most all of yes they do have occasioned by Tom some people say well they have occasion like Thomas said don't you have a bit of my time in the room yes and I feel safe and comfortable in it exactly thank you that's what that's what I worked so hard to do and you know its it's amazing that says under to be at the club is it really was for me I lived the dream of a working is that I did so in Tennessee but you know what by the way real quickly but I was flown up there but a friend of mine who had a little plain and simple design the whole truth cedar playing it Jack let me take of their choices this is true you'll have ever said this but one time so so anyway he flew out there he called the tower in Columbus Ohio where the club is if the guy goes claims does not have is a four account yes you have to do I got a piece of paper showing that you have is it not it is he kept going so I said look just wanna please around the place so you know they wouldn't tell me where to go but I suggest you know until it down the ground it's funny we got over it and said there's a zoo and then I get a cab we'll go back to the airport I get the jab the cab driver said Columbus doesn't have a clue as to what is going on here you know nationwide you take this job as we need to take the job David the other on the river there yeah they have the potential to be one heck of his yeah that was that was really John they're not just because of you much either because of the trustees they're the people who work there in in the.

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"You know I'm going to put the thing in the yeah look at it doesn't look like a smiley guy what's his name no north Cape north Cape Cappy three PP I'm out of energy now and I just didn't impersonation impression of him and I'm out of energy and that only those only two minutes Hey Marvin yeah it does show that you watch all right up there are growing up hip hop really okay yeah what's that while what are the trying to regenerate career manager that's also expected because you mentioned they re not postscript saying not reading off a script I guess I have to watch an episode where kids of hip hop artists right ally thank you more rules kit or something on it a man have a good day all right back thank you what is this a Matthew what's this one but a lot of we have a lot of testing forces Connors Malabar nailed the feel free what is that like a cake pastry own decorating competition where people have to basically there are thirteen been materials and they have to basically make the same display that you know they're looking at and to go about it but man when I tell you it was a disaster yeah I like come on really so we're going to once you watch the cake says whatever am I the only person who's uncomfortable with the kids baking and the kids I don't like yeah they make me very uncomfortable because I don't want the kids to mess up because I don't want them to get upset and they could make me uncomfortable like the kids transportation freight it's companies I know it's not that a kid can't lose but like I don't know I just I can't much pressure for yeah I don't I don't like to watch like I need to watch the grown up once the kids one RT feel icky you got to prepare these kids nowadays don't make him cook black okay no one's offended by that J. they gotta tell those kids are being gradients are ahead of time and let him practice is something because there's no way they'll do all those shows and rides and aids there's no way I'm will put a whipping up a three course meal for you know Geoffrey Zakarian Michelin star chef would taste like anything there's no way Margaret I believe right now thirty eight thirty years ago do you have a good day your in laws allowed them shows I'm guilty of sharing a watch double shot a love thank you I said Vivian politician possible in on right now it's not right now it's it's I mean we want.

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"World and the quarterback carousel that we thought might be a little wild actually maybe even Wilder than we thought could cam Newton be on the move the bears absolutely sound like they're going do I pick up a new starting quarterback don't know who my buddy Matt Spiegel a am seven D. R. A. M. six seventy the score in Chicago Maddie how's everybody hold up out there mark we're doing all right the the virus has not made in really quite as badly into Chicago as I think having you guys on the coast but either way sports talk about sports is the challenge that you know what I think so and I know that you're one of these guys I look at it all share a quick story with you put it this way my good friend Aaron Overholser used to play in the PGA tour I remember talking to him one time he was at a tournament the wind was whipping the conditions were terrible and I texted him and I said dude sorry this is brutal he goes are you kidding me this is great for me the more the wind blows that eliminates about seventy five percent of the competition I sort of feel that way about this some white kia if you're reliant on last night scored to have a conversation you probably shouldn't be doing this anyway absolutely true I like that parable that you're sure you're reading the wheat from the chaff there's a reason that that that that I've I've tried with the server to be well rounded and vaguely interesting and that's for times like these and you know I don't know but but you're out there but I've certainly found that in terms of like real life situations people end up coming to you oftentimes the sports guys that they have had conversations with Julie years as opposed to going to the news guys and hoping they can be relatable you know what I mean worse than normal humans someone on some level wow we we actually found the spot in life where where the normal ones this is this is very exciting to me I in fact all because of the bears quarterback situation I did consider call you today and asking you to saying let him throw one more time that our listeners out here I can update them court let him throw what was a great take off on on let it go back when they wouldn't let Mitch Trubisky throw but now nobody nobody wants him to throw anymore do that you know we'd like him to throw himself on a bus out of town where you can set pretty convinced that we've seen enough all I wanted by the end of your story and and and talked about this before the year began with clarity so you could make that choice about the the fifth year option and either sign or not sign well they have been non committal every time they've spoken publicly about that your option and yet have offered you know great reassurance towards Mitch's potential which seems to be another world that leads to discomfort here in this quarterback market shows that of going out and going hard after a starting quarterback option we seem to be going for a veteran to bring in as competition in the Ryan Tannehill Marcus Mariota mode and from what we're hearing all those veterans knew that was the case and nobody really wants to come to town and just sort of compete with match when you've got a brain trust that is invested in matches still sell it incorrectly heard that directly about teddy Bridgewater that repairs were offering as much if not more than Carolina but that kid he was not interested in coming someplace where he was going to end up in a competition with a guy who you know who we thought it was going to have to sort of faded out west and in my mind I've seen enough with match and perhaps they have not but either way they've missed out on just about all the big fish at this point and left kind of hunting down treat targets like Andy Dalton Nick Foles and maybe on the outside chance cam Newton yeah this is I mean Newton might be interesting I thought for sure this is where Mario was gonna end up was there was there any talk about that because if they did want to challenge Mitch Trubisky isn't he the perfect guy they're very very similar in terms of their skill set yeah a lot of the stuff that made sense to then there was the revelation that they share the same agent idea that the idea that the agent would want to them in there fighting for one starting job didn't seem to make a lot of sense but then he very quickly went to the raiders as a as a back up with you know a chance to to elevate himself okay do something with their car they move on for some reason but he had it you know there was a there was a brief talk of Mariota there was a lot of talk of Bridgewater and then there's been talk about about Foles Foles makes a lot of sense because of Matt Nagy's connection to Philly and Doug Pederson and this same system there's been some talk about Alex Smith no nobody knows if he's healthy your there were it was you know we've been willing to play football at this point the the stuff that scares me is is Andy Dalton but here now maybe I shouldn't be scared of that at this point if the option is because case Keenum which was kind of laughed at as like that would be so bears to bring in case Keenum he's gone now he's backing up Baker Mayfield with a tremendous set of skill position guys around himself Mayfield craps the bed Keith Keenan could probably lead to step in and leave those guys to the playoffs so if there's a really looking at what colt McCoy drew Stanton I mean it you know Josh Josh Josh McCown we've been down that road those kind of those kind of backups if you really want someone of consequence you're gonna have to treat for weeds and when was the last time Chicago loves its quarterback last year this time if there was enough hope after the twelve in four season that we've seen enough for match member he led them into field goal position and be sure it Cody Cody Parkey doesn't double doing that then they're moving on and who knows what happened after that because it would put the rams with a peak behind the defense on a Sunday night in Chicago about six weeks before that but that's revisionist but anyway it last year well coming off three consecutive year the coach of the year and Trubisky in year two and all the talk was all here comes here to witness system your three overall this isn't this is when you break through and then just Lee from the Thursday night game against the Packers or was it to say after just immediately and it was such a tremendous buzz kill but everybody was happy you won't and if not fully happy at least open minded even if you weren't sold on Mitch you were open minded and full of possibilities and then by you know game three game four everybody was looking around at my homes in walking and thinking about what might that's the goal and six seventy the score in Chicago my guy is cam Newton intriguing to you yes yes he is intriguing I know we can't move like he used to but that that's a big powerful arm occasional accuracy issues all of that but it was an M. P. P. and I you remember that year and other times you've seen him as well as at Auburn he is capable of playing with a confidence and a glow that elevates his teammates and made sure as hell is not so yeah I think listen I'll be tradable options if Derek Carr were actually on the market I want him most of all it is Kim Newton is Isabella is examining is the best of what's left I'd rather at Newton before I would have told me and falls at this point don't know Winston no talk of Winston now man thirty eight thirty years something that Sammy Sosa it right right it's the documentary I don't know if it's I don't know it's what you want from your quarterback right hello Sir bill Russell had thirty points and thirty rebounds at some point but thirty touchdowns in thirty picks for a quarterback is nothing I need to get into bed with and then I I can remember just a few off field concerns forgiveness with just just a thing or two yeah absolutely automat both before you get out of here I do want to make sure that we revisit what happened the last time I join you in Chicago I I'm trying to remember where we like leading up to the divisional round of the playoffs where what time where yeah is that what was going on so you know we were we were talking Niners I remember we were live at the cubs convention when baseball was the thing that actually happened sure yeah yeah yeah it was it was beautiful number that yeah if you didn't see in twenty twenty one baseball but that's not why you called yet you were leading up to a playoff game and we were talking about the Niners and I was fantasizing about Northern Illinois product Jimmie ward the fine safety for the Niners and how the bears were going to be in need of a safety and then that led to this comment that I made on your show lop are Jimmy told his perfect two things two things it's perfect as you and I are having this conversation just hours after the forty Niners said to the bears and the raiders by the way get your hands off our Jimmy but I also wanted to ask if Chicago has recovered from from that statement that I made because that that that you know it can be taken a few ways well I think what's happened now is it's proved prescient market in these in these trying times that we're in where everyone needs to keep their hands off everyone I just I just meant you know use bureau yeah and keep your hands off our Jimmy and I don't I don't think you because you do yeah well yeah and I'm I'm trying to kill trying to flatten the curve and I just think that you know apparently we all touch our own face twenty three times an hour it's amazing and I assume I assume that that we touch RDMA or your gender well the pharmacy actually now I mean you know nothing else to do yeah we've got to pass the time and for some reason especially with the kids are off from school they're just sitting there all day it does not lend itself to to husband and wife being in that mood at the end of the day no it's your left to our own devices we're like it hasn't been Jimmy is our you know our bonded really only within one's own private time there is there is the great Neil Diamond lyric hands touching hands that is now it it's it's it's very true it's very true help you here in Chicago by the way St Patrick's day because you know public drunken sloppiness not it's not in vogue right now is that about right now that's a good fortune which are which is a first for Chicago number one we were talking about that earlier I was inviting anybody listening to call and explain why they get drunk on St Patrick's day or even what St Patrick's day is because I wasn't aware that we needed a reason or an explanation I mean normally you don't but I I do I do think that if we're going to go out and celebrate make a big deal out of something we should at least know what we're celebrating that's that's fair if you knew it would only last for a couple of minutes and then you'd be so drunk you could fly Hey good luck of finding a quarterback keep your hands off of both of our journeys all we're gonna keep drop below two and and and and that's it best of luck with everything else and and don't look at that you guys thought you lost Joe Maddon and it turns out nobody's getting Joe Maddon at least till July yeah so it's it's true at all it's so depressing to think of a world without baseball it's not one frankly I I I will I want to existing but we have no choice stay healthy you and your family all you listeners out there in San Francisco be well and and flatten the curve through real I want to hang out that's as flat a curve and by the way don't say goodbye as if we're not going to talk for a while because I'll probably have you on again in two days on as long as you come up with me okay dun dun all right now thank you brother and you got a mark okay thank you Matt Spiegel he's a whole lot of fun in Chicago A. M. six seventy the score I remember Mitch Trubisky is only in Chicago because Solomon Thomas is in San Francisco or something like that you you you get the idea but.

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

14:23 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"That's with today's dollars. That's all graduate. Two hundred thousand dollars. That's what you're looking at on day. One one of my own practice and man. I had to grow fast. Yeah Yeah it took me about four years to get that practice going and finally I sold it. I moved across the country. Five hundred miles so could be closer to family and I started from scratch and did it all over again during the same decade. I I I was married to small children and if I look back over that time I there's times just exemplify the pain and struggle of one night where I'm sitting on a couch and I recall my family going to bed. I stayed up all night wondering how is GonNa pay for groceries and they go in the morning and came out and we had coffee together and they didn't know I was just sitting there worried as a father was a provider protector of my family. That was the twentieth for me. And it was really tough is got to the point of like Understanding the importance of money. And that brings me to this transition. You know there's a transition at the age of thirty on the sure what it was about thirty but I felt like that was a point of life. That was probably my my worst time. I I just felt like a loser at the thirty eight thirty years of age. I wasn't anywhere near my goals. And I was striving and struggling but I was getting nowhere fast and I would say that. There was times when I went for a walk in my hometown and I would go to a cemetery and I'm stand beside the tombstone of my grandfather and I swear at Villa Presence Camaraderie and the reason I felt that Camaraderie standing beside a tombstone of my dead grandfather. He gave his life for wages his whole life he was he had. He had the chance to become a major league baseball player. Ryan turned that down so that he could live a responsible life and provide for his family on. Let's able but he became a coal miner worked. He went into the ground. Every day came up dirty every day. Yeah actually died of black lung disease via and man. I just put in a decade of my own life and I. I saw that I could live the same kind of life for the whole life is spent trading hours for wages. Yeah I was just stand by him and tell you. There's this feeling of now like I do that. I have to change this family tradition. I kiss for me. I will live a responsible life but there's no way in Hell. I'm going to do this. Whole entire life and end up in poverty like him. I I will take the responsible but I will kick. Its Butt and that was that the start at thirty. That was a transition for me. That meant I set a goal passive income financial freedom by the age of fifty. I set this goal. Big Twenty thousand and then what happened after that is my life when you set a goal and you stay with that goal. You're fills up with the things that that earned that goal. It's not that it's not that hard when you think about it. There's no rocket science but we FOCUS UPON. We fill our life up with and so during the decades of the thirties and forties. I traveled right toward financial freedom which I reached forty nine and then the third transition of my life is I went into the basements. I did the craziest thing of my life after financial freedom and this is the third transition. I started writing my own book of Philosophy. My Own Success Book Timeless Principles that I learned along the way. This was vital for me to pass along this to my son who was then about to graduate and start his own journey. So yeah but interrupt patterns of family past familial patterns yes maybe that's the whole motivation for me. You know you say so. You grandfather's the comb on it. You said father was in a similar traditional. You had dave. I mean here's how it works when my grandfather died. Yeah you're asking you're asking a question that will have a good answer when my grandfather died. Yeah my father was sixteen all set on the table with with his mother and his his siblings spread out the bills on the table and what cash they had and they cried. My father started out in poverty. He could so because of that he had to come out of high school and during his career as a janitor work three days a week. Three is a janitor and the other days he worked for free to learn how to type set type at a publishing company right. Yeah so but that story works at a little differently. Yes because of his motivation. He's and he I WANNA say this I. He started in a half a trailer. Nana trailer non frailer was too good for him. You half a trailer. This talk about humble beginnings. Yeah he he worked his way out of it and he became a million her by the time is sixty five. Cut It to his credit. He never gave me a dime. What sometimes happens. Yeah no that was. That was his his upbringing. Like you'll see in the book is like I'll be with my son because toughness makes you makes you more capable my Dad Gross. I am I I look back and I say in. It was hard. He could have helped me out and I'm thankful he did. Not It built mcsherry there that Sylvia. Yeah Yeah I mean also in your book even be living frugally and stuff. Not because I speak to people that come from Becker and spoke to American recently on amount of Filipino retirees. Or is working anyway. He said the same similar story where he grew up poor but east mason money now but even while he's here in the Philippines where it's cheap low cost of living you know he can spend everybody once now but he's still got that mindset of the Frugal Condom is make sure you budget and and wherever not in a bad way but I think maybe that was installed in you in some way. You know if you ever don't know how to pay for a pizza you'll understand what twenty dollars means and I don't care how much money I have. I still know it. Twenty dollars means to me. there's a book out there that if you've ever read a really good book the millionaire next door talks about all this kind of stuff. Living frugally commission of a lot of millionaires. I lived at lifestyle in swallow your ego by live in that lifestyle and it will can't see what you're doing it's rookie under the radar. If you're doing right it's invisible. Yeah offering I've got that kind of mindset The way on the back of mind thinks you know when I was a lot of money. Going out somebody's going in a minute. Slot put it in a range of whole. But I've done if my wife sees it another. That's another story anyway. Let's get challenged but seriously we could talk about that. A really lead relationships and communication within marriage are part of wealth. I mean it is going to take sacrifices not just by you but by the house. Yeah I can tell you that. Throughout my entire life I was completely transparent in. That's with my family. They always knew my financial situation. Yeah they knew my financial fears. They knew my dreams. They knew what? How my sacrifices would benefit them and so they were on board. There was a. It was a great education for my kids. My wife was supportive because she knew why I was sacrificing. And so sometimes you know as the provider if your provider and you're asking your family to sacrifice it's your job. It's on you to help them understand. You know it's not them to try to. They don't understand. That's your fault with this thing takes responsibility for yourself. I and sort of improve that and then doing something really bad where you have to check back into account. If you're the boss I mean I think but you know it's just best. I mean the family situation is a little different because your family. I always say my on your I mean mine. I think families will support you but I think people are poor communicators. Sometimes you don't you. Don't give them the communication they need like. Why are you doing this? What do you want? What are your fears? They'll support that. Yeah Yeah it's just communication like you said some understanding if not then something's wrong somewhere allies and then it's vital it's a vital now in our relationships but specifically when you're an ambitious person you're trying to get ahead in life you're going to be asking people to sacrifice you have to become You know I I would. I would say that I was never in a situation where I would talk down to them. I anything I would talk to. My kids as equals twelve years. Old Cleaners old. Yes respect them. We forget how competent we were at. The scene jobs started his apple when he was just early twenties. And you're the same age as me so I actually did computers in school and it's just new then so the APP wound stamos Dawson politics. Why are you doing me like this stuff rag? Nghien date yourself go ahead but not not now. But I'm just saying Steve Jobs. Obviously he's A. He's someone that we grew up with in terms of success. Because only happened like a decayed before us way. He's humble beginnings happened there as well and he dropped out of school drop-out and stuff like we can. We can talk about it and another long lines but just because we're really talking about your book because we're on how you book came about Some kind of your background. Bits of what we know and this is where people get value. Now is how you came about this conversation with your son before you wrote this book and tell us how that came about and story there and what. You're talking about him throughout his life. I want my you mention sports from the start of your show. Yes yeah I always said the crucible crucible is a situation you can't get out of put yourself into sports you you either win or you lose. There's no way out through your obstacles and I was fortunate that my son was into some sports that really pressed him and challenged him like like we were talking about pre interview here because of that. He's more open and receptive to talking about you. Know talking to his old man about what works? And what doesn't yeah? There's some serious correlation between the lessons learned from sports and the lessons learned in real life. I understand there's a lot of dumb jocks out there but there's also a lot of intelligent athletes in it. You're paying attention. You have a little. You have an introduction to life through sports and so lessens the basic stuff that we always talked about. Was You know work ethic and discipline and nothing? Nothing you don't know I don't know nothing revolutionary but those are the things we always talked about with sports but as we come into the the lessons of money and finance you'll need all the basics. The stuff we already know. But there's there's a lot more that he doesn't know he's not prepared for. I wanted to just share timeless lessons and the type of principles that don't change over time. That was my criteria. But before before you get. She had that night bulb moment where it's not lightbulb moment but to sort of have that thought of doing that fee son. I mean what what drove you there in the beginning. Wh-a there honestly. I approached my goal of of financial freedom at the forty forty nine right now five years. Well you know keep in mind that I talked about. The goal was set at thirty. I was dead. Breath made a forty ninth. There was a big goal Patio Gen. That's not small right. Math took me that long but then I reached the goal. I retired from practice. I retired from the some of the rental real estate's I've retired from flipping so I got out of things. Yeah you know what happens then so you. You should play the next now. What game in life? Like if you're right now you're in your career. You know what what he want that now. What say let's let's say that whenever you retire. Okay now I'M GONNA I'M GONNA be free and we'll now what? I'm going to sit on the beach. Okay that's going to get what I'm going to get off the beach and I'm GonNa come in. I'm going to read the paper now. What I'm going to read a lot of books. Okay now let's get to the get to the end question now. Want and I promise you a guarantee every human being I don't know why we're wired the way we're wired week we seek meaning and fulfillment and Opportunities to try to help other people. It's wise how we're wired and so yeah. I felt the responsibility. Because of my pain. In my life and the struggle that I went through the unpreparedness of facing financial troubles. I felt the need to prepare my own son. No question it was a huge thing about was that became my mission for three years. Yeah that was my motivation. I think maybe it was reasonable. Maybe it was the purpose of turning my pain into something valuable from a next generation. Yeah well that's yeah. That's great and the PREDISPO- consummating instead of put my must shit your son shoes on how proud our father done that for me. 'cause that books about me put myself in your sunshine and with me for my life. You know what Dave I really believe. That book will be laying on my chest. When I'm in a casket. Someday that have yeah. I know what you mean. That's how important it was to me. Yeah that's I slaved over this thing for thirty years. There's a picture there on the front of the book with a Father. Holding the hand of his son. Walking like a silhouette. I mean those things are meaningful to me. This was a deeper book written by a father to a son. Yeah yeah thanks for saying that not as a as a father..

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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Are here in South Beach all focused on this on the show pencil performance line as we get closer and closer to Super Bowl fifty four but you know this like sort of standard operating procedure we we get these we get the scheduled visits once or twice a year we're delighted to do so as Dan Marino hall of Famer Mr Miami joins us here on the set I think this is the eleventh in Miami I feel like he's been the unofficial host of we're going to stay here already played baccarat so listen look there's a lot to get into with you we're glad to talk first graduations on a hundred and ten minutes all right right yeah it is you think about you know a young kid growing up in love in football playing games and going through his call in and all the people affected your career and now and now you're one of a hundred played ever in in the game I mean that's ongoing so I mean it's hard to believe you know you put the question to me about that because obviously none of it most people can after the hall of fame is an unbelievable water yeah I mean it's unbelievable one hundred people this is it I mean so it is this still gives me chills right now this particular it's a great support yeah I guess because about there's a bigger I mean how can you get bigger in the hall of fame yeah yes because of the way the voting in the whole thing it's I guess you could say it is I don't know it so I don't know if it's certainly more so it is a good problem to have is basic to the talking to generate a with us what is it like for you now because I feel like as we've gotten to know we really young generation of quarterbacks and all these guys a patch of the homes in this game is certainly the one what happens a lot work you're now the one that people compare these guys to we see some of these dudes entering the conversation what what is that like for you now and what you see out of these young quarterbacks that maybe reminds you of what you were it makes me feel good that you guys are expected to know is it's been a long time since I've played at the same time you could see a lot of damage my home is just the way he plays the game his style the way he throws arm angles you know him getting his body into it and just the instincts he has in the meat when he came back twenty four down I mean that that's I mean I know you don't do that you had a problem in that that hasn't happened that much in history really well they're back like that yeah that's the amazing thing right and the like in many ways even though he he didn't he only played that one started twenty seventeen but his career arc is very similar to like the the first year you really came through and broke through you set the touchdown record he set the touchdown record you he did it his well he did a second year it was my second year too right I played some my first right right yeah you guys will very young he gets in the civil very do you see not talking about just the way you played but like the career trajectory it does seem like it's very simple yeah well thank you again he I will say this one thing I mean not everybody brings up they don't bring up is like for him to take advantage of it now because you never know what's going to happen a line you know I've always told somebody young quarterbacks and I was still I think I'm the youngest quarterback to ever start in the Superbowl and never got back I played in and a bunch AFC championship games in the you know the one year I got her with the killings we all we all we had a really good team that year yes we don't like we could have won that year and it's a shame but you know that's the thing you got to take advantage of is when you have that I wanted to do that I'm sorry do pocket on touched in when the killings in your old in my home town here hold best record in the rest of the games that make the place thanks for bringing that up that so I so your first rounder obviously packed my home is it is a first rounder we talk about the early success there's already pressure as a first rounder and the name you came out was that all that was a really more pressure than when you had success that early it's like wow so this game he's killing early so the expectations are even more I thank god in some ways it kind of takes the pressure off because I think because you already you know you've already proven you could do it your teammates though you can do it you've won big games before now you're to support a chance you know to to win the championship and offer him in the future everybody here knows him capable doing this at all party done it I mean I've come from behind twenty four down a playoff games all those things he has in his memory bank and people have in their memory bank you know about his teammates and the players are going to believe in it because of that Y. el all those lines how many times you think teams are beaten before they even take the field thinking about that stuff instead of just reacting in playing the game I think at the level of the NFL hi I it's hard to believe that every yeah thanks that way you know I mean they think like they're they're going to win every game because they're all pretty much at the same level other than you know certain players guys making plays a certain time the only reason I ask that is because of Super Bowl fifty one of the falcons were miked up and they were up twenty eight to three they're like we're gonna win this game but they kept saying that's Tom Brady on the I mean they were literally processing it during the Superbowl as it was happening and that book home it's sort of fell in the labs that way yeah that that doesn't happen often game was yeah not so sure it certainly is a question one there Dan Marino with us on gold we go you mentioned the youngest quarterback to start the Superbowl game what were the emotions like leading up to that as someone maybe you don't know any better at that point but what was it like for you leading into the biggest decided maybe you don't know that you know they don't know any better at the time I mean I we just it was just we were just went in were play great football and we just I didn't I expected to be there you know I expected to be in the Super Bowl that year because the way we're playing maybe because we we were young we took it for granted a little bit you know the fact that we would be back in with and we never got back but we played at a high level for a long time but that's that's the one thing I'll say is don't take that for granted especially these young guys that are in the for the first time is is there part of you because everybody knows you as this pocket passer with the quick release and to see other quarterbacks that are running in moving today and and but they say you a pocket passer that maybe only people as old as us I realize you were a hell of an athlete who could move around until the injuries started started taking the the lower body away yeah I mean it to a certain extent Mike yeah I mean in a younger in my career you know moving in a pocket I mean anyone the ball lightly when we run it you got to run a really smart yeah especially do not that fast yeah but I guess you know the date look at you as a pocket passer I was but at times you know you gotta throw with move around in the pocket it's not always perfect you know it's like to be perfect and there we just stand there like you're thrown seven on seven so and I guess in talking about young and old at the quarterback position is kind of interesting whereas the league now we're seeing guys like Eli manning retire Philip rivers Tom Brady drew Brees all getting up there in age and these new quarterbacks that are really starting to become the stars in the league right now when you look at it we think the biggest differences between that quarterback class like the old for class the guys that are on their way out versus some of the young guys that are really starting to take three by storm so I think it's no athleticism you know but the way they're playing college game you know with a lot of the throes of the line of scrimmage is almost like a running game you know it really is and and then there are PO system doing all those things and it's a lot different get the ball out quick you know which is something that for years it took guys to learn how to do that sometimes you know and and so there is a difference the athleticism I think how they get the ball out the way the college game is you know high paced fast pace so that I would say that's the big difference Dan Marino with us all a favor Mr Miami most importantly starbase Ventura pet detective yeah that's what with this morning the Niners got here completely different way they only three times in the area of speech and see chapter game lowest ever on that title fourth lowest pass attempts in any playoff game in NFL history and there was like no we can win with Jimmy G. he's fine roll this kind of stuff and Jimmy Jesus I'm fine with it that's the way it has to be that's what has to be if you were the quarterback and the call forty five running plays and only eight past place are you have a conversation with I'm not sure I'd be happy be honest with you know but if if you're winning that's the thing if your women and that's your plan and you go in and that's your plan and and he he knows with the plan as the defense those with the plan is and and you win that way I think in this game they're gonna have to throw more than is to win this game so I mean they're going to rely on him a lot believe me so as we we see the Superbowl get ready to go we're also see as Mike mentioned this class of quarterbacks and guys in a little older you retire to what thirty eight thirty thirty eight thirty years old you know the lights of Philip rivers true still playing Tom Brady so plain what's it like for them it was like for you when you're getting up there in you realize you're not what you were and the end may be coming in and you are saying that what I want to keep playing to should I keep playing it's it's hard you know it it is it's hard because when you get to that age you know your your mind for me like my mind would tell me to do certain things in my lower body wouldn't let me do all right so you have to make you know make do with what you haven't figured out pretty much as your plan and your game does change you know your game changes as you get older so that's that's part of it mentally that you have to deal with it if you're a really a really good player then you're able to do that and you can make those changes speaking of lower body perhaps your lower body with a little bit better if you could do the things that you're here today supporting all tell us about yeah I did that will have my Zane slip ons alright this issue about the they are awesome walk around here media day with someone and isotoner for years I did work with them right out couple years ago they came back with a twenty five year anniversary 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"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Your because I don't want it up with the Kardashians that I'm insecure my sexuality for those types of shoulder to shoulder stock I'll tell you what I'm footage shows I watch plenty of those don't get me wrong and it is still not cheating if your girlfriend cheats on you with another girl that's what's so your out of your mind yeah you know you lost all credibility Hey you because of I was a good day somehow he's from New York by the way and then he says but he took care to not have a good day it is Hey Samantha yeah as the most hypocritical argument Samantha you dumb show that you watch I watch the cooking channel and particular Connelly he'd like anytime I was going to lead to I gotta tell you though the problem with the guy who hosts that show it's it's it's like the guy must do cocaine or something like it's too much energy at five hundred our energy before he goes back you seen this show he goes to like it's what it sounds like he goes to carnival's all over the cut that sounds fine north North America and he eats the other foot but he talks like this J. that they roll routing loops may be that year yeah he fell in massive right there yeah I got a focus guy fieri guy fieri rolling out lower I mean he's got a lot of energy to when he's a little less energetic this guy on on carnival leads is Jack's watch anything on like the coup in like the Food Network or the cooking channel or anything more on the house shows Samantha you're right though it whatever it is it doesn't matter what it is a role in something in the private that's the problem yeah and send the wrong with that thank you Samantha have a good day what if you had a they had a rainbow grilled cheese on that show so we take I have one of those so so we we take the cheese and it's in a rainbow die and then we did prior and then we it's creamy yeah I do but the guy makes me uncomfortable because his energy is like I don't know how it I I swear that I don't feel like sleeps in a wake him up and they go okay do it now and he has all this energy they put it back to battle I don't know how he does it that's the guy I want to know if he's like that about everything it is like to go home his girlfriend to be like I hope not this is why you know I'm going to put look at it does he look like a smiley guy what's his name no north Cape Norway Cappy sure you PP I'm out of energy now and I just didn't impersonation impression of him and I'm out of energy and that only those only two minutes Hey Marvin the dumb show you watch all right up there are growing up if I'm really okay yeah what's that while I have a lock on it trying to regenerate career manager Jeff always short it because you mentioned they re not xenon reading of a script that I guess I have to watch an episode yeah that's a kids of hip hop artists right yeah like thank you more rules kid or something on it all men have a good day all right back thank you what is is a Matthew good morning what's this one but yeah a lot of we have a lot of the sting forces Khan is mail nailed the on feel free what is that yeah it was like a pastry own best competition where people have to basically there are thirteen been material and they have to basically make the same display that you know they're looking at and to go about it but man when I so you always look at people yeah I like come on really so what should you watch the cake shows or whatever am I the only person who's uncomfortable with the kids baking in the kids I don't like yeah they make me very uncomfortable because I don't want the kids to mess up because I don't want them to get upset and I could make me uncomfortable like the kids shot Justin Fred it's companies I know it is not that a kid can't lose but like I don't know I just I can't much pressure for yeah I don't I don't like to watch like I need to watch the grown up once the kids one already feel icky you got to prepare these nowadays yeah making cook black okay no one's offended by that no to say they got until those kids are being gradients are ahead of time and let him practice is something because there's no way they'll do all those shows have aids and aids there's no way I'm will put the weapon up a three course meal for you know Geoffrey Zakarian Michelin starred chef would taste like anything there's no way the degree right now all thirty eight thirty years ago do you have a good day go Las allied them shows I'm guilty of sure a watch double shot a love that July seventy in policy going on right now it's not right now it's it's I mean we.

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight thirty years" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Out of your mind. What you lost credibility. He calls I wanted to dash you, somehow he's from New York. By the way, his too. No. It's not a good. Dad is hey Samantha. That was the most hypocritical argument. Samantha dumb show that you watch. I watch channel in particular carnival. On to tell you the problem with the guy who hosts that show. It's too. It's, it's like the guy must do cocaine or something like it's too much energy. I five hundred our energy before he goes on. He's got time. He's seen his show. He goes, what it sounds like he goes to carnivals all over the but that sounds fine North America. And he eats the food, but he talks like this. Jay that they roll around fruit loops, and then they buy it. That's your guy fell in mash up, right there. Focus guy, Fieri guy, Fieri rolling slower. Dr. But he's getting a lot of energy to, but he's a little less energetic guy on, on carnival leads is Jack anything on, like the coup, the food network or the cooking channel or anything on the house shows Samantha, whatever it is. It doesn't matter what it is a role it and something and deep fry. That's the premise. It's the wrong with that. Thank you. Have a good day. They had a rainbow grilled cheese on that show. So we take those so so we, we take the Gs, and it's in a rainbow die. And then we did fry it. And then we did it's creamy. And right Bowie, I do. But the guy makes me uncomfortable because his energy is a, I don't know how I, I don't feel like sleep. And they wake him up, and they go okay, do it now. And then he has all this energy, and then they put him back to bed. I don't know how he does it. That's the guy. Know if he's like that, about everything in his life. Does he go home to his girlfriend and be like? Tonight. Why? No. Oh my God. Look at it as he look like a smiley guy, what's his name? No Noah Cape. No cape. Kepi. Sure. I'm out of energy now. And I just didn't impersonation impression of him. And I'm out of energy, and I was only two minutes. Hey marvin. Dumb show that you watch. Hip hop. Growing up. Hip. Really, okay. Yeah. Trying to rekindle career Matt. Also. Rain off us. Saying reading, script, I have to watch episode. Kids of hip hop artist, right? Thank you, more caters something, I appreciate your call a man. How did today? Fine. Thank you. What does this Matthew good morning once this one, buddy? Hey, we got a lot of distinct voices calling us man. Nailed it. I'm he'll see what is that, like a cake pastry decorating competition, where people have to basically they're, they're giving material than they have. So basically make the same display that, you know, they're looking at and to go about it. But man when I tell you. People. Yeah. Like, come on. Really? You watch the cake shows or whatever, am I the only person who's uncomfortable with the kids baking, and the kids, they make me very uncomfortable because I don't want the kids to mess up because I don't want them to get upset. And like it makes me uncomfortable like the kids shots, and Fred. It's not that a kid can't lose like I don't know. I, I can't much pressure for. Yeah. I don't I don't like to watch like I need to watch the grown up ones. The kids feel icky real-life is real life. You've got to prepare these kids nowadays. Make them cook. Novak. Can no one's offended by that? No. Say. They gotta tell those kids have being greedy, are headed time and let them practice or something because there's no way they all do all those shows at age, there's no way. I'm we'll wind up at three course meal for, you know, Jeffrey's Kerry and missile and star chef that tastes like anything, there's no way. I believe you can split now. Thirty eight. Thirty years ago. Day. With a lot of them shows. I'm guilty of sure lots double shot of love Videon, polish going on right now. It's. No, it's, it's I mean, we watch low hands beach house. Shit. I know I finished it. He needs a spinoff..

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