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"tim cisco" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"So that's why i kinda had him that's why i kind of had a little bit lower but -nother -nother fantasy personal look at on this team is mike davis he is. I'm suing that. He is going to get a lot of the Attempts at running back this year. So keep him on your radar here going forward that next up we have the cincinnati bengals on the cincinnati bangles. Obviously they have a lot of issues to deal with ear and cossack tears. Probably the guy on the hot seat here Taylor is only just six wins in his first two seasons so now with an office s seems a little bit more that kate a little bit more excited to play now. Obviously you have now. You have a dramatic chase. Tired of boy higgins in Joe mixing home on offense then on defense society. Jessie bates halberd. Logan wilson trey hendrickson and joseph asylum that Defensive van but he had a meniscus injury that i believe costume his season or is going to leave him out for a majority of the season but overall the bengals twenty-third they seem to have a decent about talent on the roster. As so does the next thing. I had the philadelphia eagles. Alma jalen hurts. Now you have a devante smith Who just wanted to heisman everything so excited to see what her offer this year. It seems like he's going to have a bit of chip on his shoulder. So it's gonna be interesting to see how the eagles do this here with New young quarterback at the helm that movie before here We have number twenty one. That chicago bears on bears. Obviously allies speculation going around quarterback dilemma. There which feels any golden but overall on this cargo bears team they. They can't be poised to be a playoff team. One hundred percent. I know having kind kinda low on this list on power rankings wise but if they ever to win you know couple of divisional games maybe go one one against the packers in this team could definitely be A divisional team in the playoffs. But we'll see what happens going forward With the bears obviously we khalil. Mack on being a very impactful on Pass rusher Simply going to be interesting to see what the bears offer this year. This guy's lumber. i hear my opinion. The move on to the twentieth team. You have the. Las vegas raiders. in goes kinda but some of these out in town to get to the top five quickly The washington football team at a number nineteen at number eighteen. You have the new orleans saints a number seventeen. You have minnesota. Vikings at number sixteen. You have the new england patriots. A number of Fifteen you have the Miami dolphins number fourteen have the Los angeles chargers A number thirteen or your number thirteen. You have the dallas cowboys. A number twelve had indianapolis colts A number eleven and arizona cardinals number ten. You have Or i apologize. I i just didn't sears If i had that there's there would have to be in between the niners cardinals. So i believe the stairs to be number eleven and then the or i apologize. They would have to be on his. I'm scientist now I think that the series would have to be in between the colton cowboys. So i think series to be thirteen and everyone else will just take one step down so with this number eleven arizona cardinals At number ten of tim cisco forty niners another nine. The cleveland browns and number eight the tennessee titans number seven the seattle seahawks a number sixty have the baltimore ravens and over five the las mam number four the buffalo bills number three green bay packers a number two kim chiefs in a number one have the tampa bay buccaneers so my vote for this top five and the rams bills packers and cheese starting with the bugs they brought everyone back on the rosser and the just one super bowl so that's why i have a number one right now when you have everyone on the super bowl rosser returning and you just wanna superbowl and everything given you know born on my powering power rankings at least and then number two obviously the chiefs chiefs have patrick mahomes at the helm their quarterback. Andy reid is a great coach Towery kill you know monster. Wide receiver travis. Kelsey probably the best tight end again right now in a young running back with clyde layer in the law and that isn't terrible but can definitely do better than he did. The super bowl Number three degree may packers with aaron rodgers. Davante adams aaron jones and company. In the tundra definitely no brainer there for me obviously can't out of The greatness of aaron rodgers and degrading of davante adams as well. So that's why i haven't been under three. They don't the buffalo bills. I'm really sad to see how well the buffalo bills will do this season. Obviously with them last year almost going to super bowl just losing to the kansas city chiefs in the afc afc championship game. Almost making it just one game away but overall and we started to see the jump. That are josh allen. Gonna take this year. I'm on days in company Along with that defense that evens can definitely step up a little. Bit more but Number five here. You have the la rams with ellie rams obviously A lot of people are speckling that with their new quarterback matthew stafford laws. Things are going to change here but this division with the rams seahawks forty niners and cardinals is this is probably the toughest division to pick out of any of these divisions. I mean it's is really tough to judge this division in. Just pick one winner but of doing that today. This power rankings but you do have to say that division insists absurd but talent on defense and on offense but with that all for the last segment of today's says he's sports podcast with the last..
"tim cisco" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets
"Mean. I think i'm stuck cleanly in the office. We didn't say we clean the gremlins case. Yeah okay take a book by the ring of ho door was that that was that movie where it's on it's on like jay was in as well because he's crashes. I am part of the show. i believe. so don't be do. Its promise me that you will not come here and start this week and we're doing together next week on on. just well. i mean wants to get headstart though. I just wanted to be known that. I did put out there. Oh i think. Everybody knows. But i honestly didn't i wasn't gonna bet the first half under i really wasn't i mean there could have been three goals. No i mean yeah. You'd like i said the only other thing i would have thought about was england parlayed with under three and a half or one There's getting a update update. Yes update right now Live line england mice one thirty five plus one seventy five for draw plus seven hundred For scotland draw sounds mighty tasty at this point. I thought they looked good against croatia. Man they really did. They did but they also only got one. They only get one by. Yeah but light. There's the same thing. They had great chances in the first fifteen. Tim cisco didn't finish either airy kane. I mean that had her the fucking dry day about them abaco than that you think so the skipped gum were blaming the crooked refs were. I'm taking. yeah blaming the rain one. We're going to put the onus on these players. i'm putting it on. john john. The wide open header in the first ten minutes was probably the kids the debt. So i did this thing where you get mad. You double down. And he'd double down way too much attorney. I leaving emotional. Exactly if i think i'm fucked normally i do. We still got thirty eight minutes. If you're not familiar with betting you said in the first half if you know if you're not used to betting there's a term that people throw around units it's what you normally it's like your normal wager for bet so like if one hundred dollars you normally put on a game. That's one unit for you Fifty dollars would be half the unit to be two units. I'd say that. I put twenty units on england. Second here so all right. Maybe i did the math wrong here. That's up. I mean we get it. We understand what you're talking that you're talking was upset out. Did i say twenty years. I did tell just need one. I haven't jumped in yet. And i'm i'm wait times. I'm on still on this game. Is the chad different. Chat on england. Jeter you guys on england second half with us because if you are it's a group f it effort there's no way the lads let all of us done. Well this is england. I'm pretty sure. I don't follow footy too much. But i'm pretty sure england's entire footy are is letting people down his not wrong. Who england you like the back of days. We have these. What about the rio ferdinand. What about the guy. That created letdown. What about the guy that created the computer. Read the german code benedict cumberbatch. Yeah i'm just talking about in the footballing world okay. I thought we were talking about england's general non on a because that was pretty cool pretty cool come on taxes if you paid to this goddamn country what. I'm only taxes. If you pay to this country. I don't know the queen and she's going to be out there with her corgis tomorrow like fucking matter. She's not watching this axes. There is e. Yeah they're doing this in front of back. Oh yeah showed him. They haven't shown rooney on they made rooney by bison ticket. There i mean dusted off like rice maker. Make a save. Fox i mean are they even gonna get out of the group at this point. Funny thing is actually be better off in second high and you did say that they are they tank it now. They mail it on purpose. The curb chat saint draw. Okay draw draw. There's there's a lot of fucking scotland draws in the group chat bitches. You're worse if i don't see a way health. Scotland wins this. The plus seven hundred. Maybe worth a sprinkled really there. Listen i mean there's no joe who's been absolutely fucking in this game. Who's a goddamn airy. Cain was the same as the first game. A thing like. I think there's going to be a question of maybe starting rash for now airy. Listen i means the captain so probably not but they're probably gonna sub like you have all what a tackle. Oh god don't play that wide. He didn't oh no we're good. There's too many people were Go flowed and do phone fills phil kind of looks like phil phone catalogs like an english. John tau so he did. He did his hair like that because gas going all we did. Is that similar to bitcoin. Or you don't know. Paul gascoyne now of so. He's like he's like england. Legend blake psychopath booze bag. Oh yeah he's the best you get a chance. Look have you get a chance to look up. Paul gascoyne highlights. You won't be a clunker area running in the he's gonna fall apart at any just had an incredible. Eps's season so let's not say left it all out there. Epl because he he's chugging along man. Yeah he's fucking. Not a i. Five lines still on the socks game. He's he's upset the too so got hired. I don't think that went through. What do you mean to go through. I'm hearing rumblings that that's not a done deal. Are we talking about guzzo kick on. Oh hey another device to the montreal vegas game tonight. with The sharm out with covid. It's not just tonight. He's going to miss. So i said i talked about how it wouldn't affect montreal so much in the way they play i'm str- solely speaking about tonight. The rest of the series is now. That's a blow okay. Us open update.
"tim cisco" Discussed on KGO 810
"So there he is. There. Is there, Mama State? Yeah. It was on the car. It was on the card. I missed state, but the right thing. I can show it to you right here where you show it to us. That's evidence is Colombia it is Mama State. Still a great night? Yeah, I mean, you know We've already had fun tonight. Anyway. It reminds me. Oh, go ahead. Go ahead. No, no, no. I'm just gonna finish the Oscar mess up when they was a lot of land or moonlight. Oh, that's right. That's absolutely right. Warren Beatty did the same thing. But in that case, he really did read it off the card. And it was wrong. Yes, they had confused the cards here. Harvey mis read the card because one was in a boulder font. Mm. I did some digging on this and that was the deal. Okay, so anyway, I'm such a fan of the work of this person. She is a brilliant writer, so very funny. And she has a new book she was in on And really, I would suggest sort of the creative force behind David Letterman on television, like bringing him and his sensibility to television. This person did that. So that small town news and all the stuff that Letterman did that, You know, stupid pet tricks. And you know the things that sort of defined that show in many ways of Merrill Markoe is behind a bunch of it anyway. She's got a new book. It's called. We saw scenery. The early diaries of Merrill Markoe. We'll talk about it with her. She's Merrill Markoe high now. Hi. You know what you forgot in the in your last run was Kanye West, coming up on stage and taking and suggesting somebody else should get the award. Oh, that would be after See Barbie. Yeah. Yeah, that would have completed the night. But I love the notion of an inauguration where they're about to, you know, do the coronation of Biden and then Trump jumps out of a limo and he runs up and grabs the mike. Yeah, that that's perfect. Absolutely. If he did, that, That would actually be the only great thing that he ever did. Yeah, Zbynek. It's been a long, four years. But Merrill you've done this book, which is has got nothing to do with politics. It's really good. It's your first of all. Let me just tell everyone you went to Cal. Right? You what? You you, you move to the Bay Area early as it as it really. I went to high school on the peninsula and down in what is now referred to as Silicon Valley. Except for at the time. It was just like you know where Tim Cisco is So like if your 100% Jose and you go like two thirds of the way down that peninsula, that's how you used to describe the area. And, uh, because nothing particularly exciting happening down in that area, except Stanford when I was there, right Wild U. C. Berkeley for six years. So so the Bay Area was my home for a very long time and actually very, extremely fundament. Well, you studied art, too. And And that's gonna master Li and I from UC Berkeley and then put the whole thing away and became a writer. And not until I did this book, which is a graphic novel. Did I, uh, did I resume doing art? I was actually excited to see that the equipment's still work. You can't really be sure which are practicing at all. You know, but but it didn't. It was it was fun. Yeah, you all the illustrations in this book are done by Merrill. And it is a and we wouldn't wanna ask you some Letterman questions and stuff like that, because we saw that you're auctioning off a bunch of old kind of Letterman memorabilia to raise money for charity. But I just want to mention that it's a look back at your childhood, which you Really did chronicle at in diaries that you discovered and you've actually reprinted in, You know the long hand that it was written him. Ah, lot of those various diary entries and then you annotated like you comment on it as an adult looking back at young Meryl. Yeah. You know what's interesting to me about it? I was thinking about that, like if I hadn't done it as an illustrated book, and if I didn't put the adult commentary, and it all seemed too random to even use, But it was interesting to me when I found my old diaries that I had recorded all the specifics of daily life from a period of time that has gone and it's just kind of specifics that when you're an adult, you don't keep in a diary. You don't usually say what you did every single minute of every single day, but I didn't know what else to do with the diary when I was 10. Years old. So that was what I thought was. The justification for it is a little bit like my brother was an archaeologist, and he used Tomo walk to museums with me sometimes and give me a more Expert view of what was in the display cases and once pointed out to me, eh? What appeared to be like a hydrographic carving, but he could read it because he could read like 10 dead languages, and it was, in fact, a supermarket receipt. And I just thought so much more important in that display case in a supermarket receipt, and that was a little bit how I felt about my diaries. Like you know, it was a lot of supermarket receipts, but weirdly where Do you see them anymore from that that time period and in the point of view of it, 11 year old, So that was sort of what I what I liked about trying to make it into a piece of literature was to actually recall. You also don't hear a lot of 10 11 year old points of view on the sixties. Really? You just keep hearing that same other kind of the point of view the madman out of one and then point That's a great great point. I didn't even think of that. When you walk through this book when you read it, it takes you back to that time, but it takes you that time through the eyes of a very young person. And you're right. These air. The country was going through all sorts of massive change. And your parts of you are part of that change. And yet you're seeing it through a kid's eyes. Yeah, And it was. It was just daily life stuff that you take for granted. Kind of. You don't really know what stuff is exceptional. And what stuff isn't you're just reacting, but where I was really amuses Just the amount of Um, you know, I wouldn't have known what this the arc of my my own personal story, Woz, Unless I had been examining this book the way I just not put it together because I thought it was kind of random. And then I became a writer when I was in my twenties and you know, but I can see here that I was always obsessed with pop culture and I was trying to participate. Innit? Starting in the fourth grade when I was entering every contest that came on the radio, and I was entering every contest that came on a TV kids show and I was trying to phone in to two radio newscasts and participate by being an opinion and I was and I was writing this diary after a certain point. Like it was gonna be a historical record. Mark Thompson on.
"tim cisco" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Data guy? EPA success rate. I have to look that up again. It's like expected. Points added or whatever to each play good plays essentially when targeting the tight end and the slot receivers verse the slot. So born wasn't a guide the slot receiver for the forty niners. He wasn't guy really thought about much in draftkings lineup or whatever until we really started focusing focusing on the forty niners it'll make sense but That born thing kind of jumped out at me. The other thing is it really seems. It's it's weird because there are obviously going to have to throw more than they did last time Or the last couple of games. We're just in the playoffs. In general the two wins. But how much do they really have to pass. And then the chiefs have been on a decent streak. They've held the opponents to under one hundred rushing yards for the last six games it. It does seem like Tim. Cisco's going to run that zone scheme and Ken Kansas City. Slow it down. That's really what's going to come down to Ken. San Francisco be Be Put into easy third downs. That's really I think we'll be on the offensive assistant quality. Whatever who does all that film prep for the San Francisco Forty niners but I'm walking in in telling them right now? Is the area the field we have to attack because we have to attack the slot. Receiver the slot receivers initiative slot. and which could lead to a nice game for born as you point out we also have to attack them out wide with the running backs in the passing in game now again I I kinda based on how I think this game will go if the forty niners there's lose it's going to be a shootout because I think Andy Reid again in. He trusts his team in the shootout. He's GonNa WanNa like make Jimmy G. Beach you even even if it's just like that New Orleans game make him repeatedly have to beat you because Ken Ken you if he if he has to make seven if he has to do with eight times that that failure I mean he's GonNa fail one out of eight he's GonNa fail at least so just keep juicing the numbers up drive them away. The only works. If you can get out ahead and you can take control the game so I worry if they fall behind again the chiefs that is that this would lead the offense offense to crushing that rushing total. Maybe seeing everyone go over there total. What's interesting about the chiefs? Is they've been tackling really well. And if Sorenson Tara again that's why we like to Sorenson over tackle prop and the honey badger him getting getting involved. Those guys have had really sound tackling lately. And I think that'll be key. But of San Francisco breaks off some break. Some tackles gets on some runs. You you last episode. Kramer you brought up that night and prediction that Sammy. Watkins will have a pass thrown in some trickery San Francisco couple guys. You may want to look at Dante. Pettis annual sanders have both attempted to pass both completed it for a combined. Fifty one yards a season Emmanuel. Sanders is the guy throw in the past ask among the two passes. Sanders threw his touchdown. I think he has some quarterback. I believe he has thrown a pass in a super bowl hasn't he. I gotTa look that up but I wouldn't be surprised I feel like he's I gotta look up his passing stats because yeah. That's he could be an interesting. It could be an interesting interesting guy to throw a pass and we'll get we'll get to it at the Prophet but there's there's definitely some interesting ways though is look at that number of people to throw a pass. What does it usually sat at? It's usually set at two and a half right Kramer and there's this year to okay because it does seem like an ma. We're just over thinking it but does seem like there's is kind of be at least one one trick pass player. Yeah and I. I almost why I keep wanting to talk about props but of course I know we're not allowed to do do they. we're teasing it. We're breaking down the game lay into the case. And then we'll get into the very specific props but I think we're on the same page for forty niners to be successful. It's a Set us the run to set up the pass tight end slot receiver and and don't allow Jimmy G. to get in tough spots and I think that's how you build a case for the forty niners. Well there's also the case where Jimmy G. is forced to pass pass the test test which I don't know I don't see it. He's a manager again Ryan and I couple degenerates. We've won some bedspread. We've also lost some bets right when you like to be on the other side of the counter you probably. If you're listening to.
"tim cisco" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Michael Krasny and many seniors want to stay in their own homes as age. But mental and physical limitations often get in the way in the special statewide broadcast which is part of grain California project to the California dream collaboration. We're gonna talk about aging in place. We'll look at when it is viable option how to make homes more accessible and what resources are available to support seniors and their caregivers joining us carry Graham, she's director of health policy UC, Berkeley school of public health with a joint appointment at UCSF. She's currently doing a congressional fellowship working in the House Ways and means committee, and welcome to the program Cary Grant. Thanks for having me, glad to have you and also glad to have with us. Sharim expand executive director of the department of aging and adult services for the city county, San Francisco. Welcome. Good morning, Michael, good morning, you glad to have you and, and it showed us is here with us as well, she's an assistant professor of medicine division of geriatrics at UCSF. Welcome chose. Thank you morning. Good morning to you. Thank you, all for being here in shrimp. Spend them to begin with you. And let's just find what aging in place means refers, simply living in the home, but also in the community of choice. Yes. So aging in place, really is important. -portant part of aging and people really need to live in the communities that they thrive in and with their community members and their family members and you think that this is really especially important as we changed the demographics, we're going to have over sixty five population projected to be about eight and a half million by twenty thirty. And you also talk about this in terms of social Justice, why. Well, I mean, people thrive in communities they don't necessarily thrive in assisted living or skilled nursing facilities. And really, it's a social Justice issue from that perspective. It's also really important, because our system cannot handle a bunch of people going into assisted living. We have assisted living issues already, and when people need to go new assisted living. That's one thing, but we really can help people thrive at home as long as we have supports for them. Well this. Port is not always family. It's about what one in four I believe family care, but there is a safety net and in home support of services, for instance, or home care agencies can really help keep people at home. That's really the cornerstone of. Care at home. And there really is a good system out there. And we need to support that system. I want to talk to you about that system. And I wanna find out what in the course of this hour, particularly services are available and so forth. But let's talk about one it's viable as an option, and how to make it more accessible. Well, there are a number of things that people can do to their homes to make them more accessible. There are people can have. For instance, stair lift put in so that they can get up the stairs to their home. There are a number of things that people can do and bathrooms so that they can be stable such as. Lifted toilets lifted toilet seats, benches, things like that. And you're talking about the difference. Really? I think between San Francisco, which is your terrain where they're often difficulties with the hills and stairs. Elevators are needed and so forth. But also in rural areas transportation becomes a major barrier. It's a major barrier. And fortunately, states have programs are state has a program for transportation paid for paid by the older Americans act. And so that really helps it's not enough and there's not enough transportation dollars, especially in rural areas to provide the transportation that people need, but it's the basis for what's needed, and hopefully we can get more money into that particular line item in the older Americans act budget so that we can start doing a better job of providing transportation, the older Americans act has been decreased funding hasn't it, it has to continuing to continued fight continue battle. Although we have the governor coming out with the program. We'll talk about that. And of course this hour as well. That's rain, McFadden executive director of aging adult services for the city and county of San Francisco human services agency. Let me go to Anna chose who's here with us, and I'd like to assistant professor of medicine division, geriatrics at UCSF. Let's talk with you even working with low-income aging populations and many of them just simply are let me put it this way. Let's talk about health care, because it's easier sometimes for them to get Medicare than it is for middle income people. Yes. So most I'm also a clinician do permit cairn terrier tricks, and Tim, Cisco general and the public health clinics in San Francisco. And most of my patients are technically low income, so they permitted medical in can get a lot of the benefits associated with that, like, in home supportive services, but it is very true. The second someone doesn't qualify for in home support services or make just a little bit more, which I think, for those who don't know it's a very low floor. So thirteen thousand thirteen thousand dollars a year for. A single person and less than two thousand and savings qualifies for the most part. And once you don't when you have more than that, and assets or make more than that, in your retirement or pension, or you might still be working, then you do not qualify for some of these safety net programs and not as a really tough spot for us as providers trying to connect people to services to be. We find it really hard to connect people to adequate services because then when you're paying for regular care like a caregiver or. I mean, that's the main expense frankly, but it's understandably very expensive twenty to twenty five dollars an hour. And most people can't afford that there are other challenges in terms of care that don't wanna talk with you about. I mean in terms of community services, doctors who are often working in this capacity you're talking about healthcare again. Don't often understand dementia. They don't understand frailty. They don't understand mobility problems. Yes. So widespread problem overall. Yes. So dimensions humbling condition. I think of major barrier for us trying to maintain our own independence in the community. If we happen to have dementia, or for those of us trying to help people at dementia who may not have adequate support. So the overall prevalence is probably about ten percent of people over sixty five but as we get older that goes way, way up about thirty percent. And in some populations fifty percent of people over eighty five so it's incredibly comment. So it's something we should. Always be thinking about assessing for, and helping people manage in the healthcare setting particularly in primary care, but allow the symptoms early on our mild and there's often a lot of other things going on. So somebody might have other health conditions that are being prioritised over conversation in Cessna of their cognitive functioning. But the way I really encourage people, and we do a lot of education at UCF geriatrics and half of my job is funded by educational programs. We really try to encourage people to pursue early symptoms and the main question to ask our people are concerned about any changes in their thinking, our memory and anyway, that's affecting their daily life or functioning, so asking a lot of questions about function will help you understand how you can better fit their needs to services in the community in general. But also, if there may be an a. Starting processes of dementia, which often impairs function. That's one of the definitions of dementia talkative showed us who assisted professor of medicine and the division. Geriatrics UCSF. Let's talk with you us a little bit more about. I know you served on an aging task force in much of the problem that people also don't realize they think get into Asia. Just go into a home. Availability is really serious problem. Yes. I really wish people understood this better. It takes a lot of planning and really understanding what resources benefits you have so not often, but not never I've had patients, come in and new family member will be there comes out of town and says, you know, we've heard from friends or family members who are local that they're not doing so well, and we're here now to put them in facility, and the thing is it does not happen like that. It takes a lot of planning, especially when somebody's at home. It takes. A lot of Coordinational advocacy to apply to places many places at this point, really prioritize people are coming out of a hospital where there's a lot more social work support and momentum to get that person in the in an adequate support environment. And it just doesn't happen like that. It takes months if not longer. So I start asking people what they want. What sort of things would mean they'd be willing to go into a more supportive environment, and then.
"tim cisco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In in most regards, and I laugh when I picked up the chronicle. I'm reading yesterday. Our friend Henry Schulman I've been just saying that boat. He deserves more than go into a season as a lame duck. And Henry said first question he said or the number one question this season will be future abo- CI? And I just think he deserves better than that. Bobby Nightingale USA today is going to join us for a few minutes. Erin. Bob, people have been running with with your information that the giants would prefer a short term deal on Bryce Harper as we speak twelve thirty four on a Monday. You're still still on that angle. Yeah. Don't want to give a ten year contract. And we nobody does. But the giants don't want it to. A brand new GM executive and Farhan easy and say, oh, you're pretty got a three hundred million dollar contract on the books. You can't do much with the wise. So what their game plan is to pull the offer at five six year deal at good money. Yup. Probably good. You know, thirty million a year or so or or probably more even to try to get him and say, you know, what you win a short term some contracts. Tim Cisco a long term contract. Well, geez. I mean if I really wanted to play for the giants. We were talking here like two and three years you're talking like six years, you consider a short term. Or say five I'd say five and only say short-term because of what they want originally. I'm trying to be an opt out clause. I'm sure you're signing two five year contract clause leave after two or three years. I don't see him signing two or three year deal. Hurry, unless it's just amazing number four forty nine year. Where does he wanna be? And and I asked that from the standpoint of we always talk, and you hear Boras clients they're going to go where the most money is. But that may be for a guy who's been around a little bit or kicked around a little bit. This guy's incomplete. Control of the situation isn't a guy like Carper going to go where he wants to go not because somebody pays him a couple of pennies more. Yeah. You know, what I mean how much money you leave on the table. I think number one the dodgers, you know, being in LA conic franchise close to Vegas, then I think all the rest of the choices were all, you know, west coast based winters the giants as Padres angels. Yeah. I think giant giant certainly intrigued him. He's always like the ballpark laugh last year. Remember talking to him about play on his home games here. He goes, you gotta be you get used to be an AT and T loosen some home runs. So I I think he's very interested in San Francisco, but he'd rather be dodgers dodgers are number one. Well, they were there out of it. So dodgers were definitely out of it. Yeah. Definitely out of it. So I didn't giants have a very good chance that to land him for some reason, it seems like he's not that keen about going in Philadelphia. Now, let's see the overpay in instead. Do we have any idea what Phillies offering? We don't think of minimum of seven or eight years right at that thirty million per, so I know nobody's gonna be the Philly's got you're sitting in a pocket full of money. Even the owner John Milton said, oh, we'll get to spend money. It's winter stupid. They made some great moves. They still need that one big piece, you know, either Harper or Manny Machado, who do you think if you had to say who still in it because we're hearing we're hearing obviously the giants in the Phillies, but there's also talk of the nationals are still whispers of the dodgers. You just said the dodgers are not in. And then he did me with the Padres. Are all these teams she thinks still in. He would you term one team is the front runner. No, man. I think the I think the front runner along Philadelphia Phillies. Now, I think the giants are cold front runners Cassim going. Yeah. Dodgers are definitely out. The Padres jumped in. Cost much money. You know, we'll jump into short term contracts. I don't see that happening. I've been told the Washington nationals out, but if the owner changes his mind, you gotta think that, you know, for sure that ten year three hundred contract offered isn't there? Would've taken it. Because you didn't do we we never had any knowledge that that was their right? That was speculation that Boris put out there. We'd have nobody ever confirmed that the nationals offered three hundred million right? It. Nobody confirmed on the record off the record. It was confirmed. It was actually slightly. The furred was worth about twenty four million. So ten years about two hundred four our guest at Bob Nightingale USA today, just for frame of reference you ever catch Boris in ally. Or is he pretty pretty straight up guy. He made dodge a little bit big never gonna flat out. Lied to you. Dodge, you now, you know, when say teams have interests interested a one year contract, you'll not a three hundred million dollar contract. Because he as a guy where you're you. Get the information, right? Bob. Teams you teams will confirm or deny it typically, you know, off the record especially now that new CBA rules. Nobody wants to say what actually offer they can't say it. So, but yeah, right now. I really do think it's a giants and the Phillies to shoot team race here. Besides the it's a west coast. Why would he want to come to be a giant team had won in two and a half years, the cupboards, you know, they're they're relying on a lot of veteran guys to have better years. I'm just curious. What do you think appeals to Harper about the giants? Besides obviously, it's west. Well, I think the fact that icon Connie franchise, you go over forty thousand fans the game always electric and Baz there. And you'd be patient a franchise. You need the modern day. Barry Bonds, what bonds met so much the giants backed in and he wants to be that that guy now, I think a lot of things I think traditions organization in the fact that, hey, you'd never won a playoff round franchise went three series and five years is interesting. We're talking to Bob Nightingale USA today on the guests line as we continue with the Bryce Harper watch. We read it before bed. Online sports is the giants is even money favorites to land Harper. And you think there's co-favorites giants and Phillies. Are you hearing the giants connected to anybody else? Because this is this is a team that's going to be going to camp in a week. And they don't have they got Stephen Duggar coming off of a dislocated shoulder and not a whole lot else. That's you know, that anybody would say his proven in their outfield. Are we hearing them tied to any other prominent names in the free agent market? Tied to. But there's like you said there's plenty of guys out there. I mean, Adam Jones, we such I kinda guy in multiple he jumps out. Yeah. He's thirty three years old. I know they're trying to get more use. But you'll he'd be a nice a nice bit. So the big prize outages Harper. And I I can't believe I'm going to go into the season. They have now bring in at least one veteran a one star player if you're a betting man Machado winds up wear. Harper winds up where opening day. I'm gonna sing Machado White Sox Phillies. But this you know, what the giants smoothing in in a lot of optimism. I do believe it's almost a coin flip. I think for the Phillies to get Harper. You're gonna have to grossly outbid the giants to get them. I really do. I think he was close Cisco huge gap. It's tough. Yeah. Couple more minutes with Bob Nightingale USA today. And I know a lot of people. Oh my gosh. Larry Baer, Larry Baer. I've been saying that I think this is above far Han when you need not only a great player, but you need a drawing card. You you understand? I don't want to say, do you understand it, you think that that is a part of it? The giants have to go above and beyond because they have to sell this franchise and you keep saying forty thousand fans a game. Trust me Bob during the week. You're not gonna see forty thousand fans a game. If they have another sub five hundred season. I guess my question is you think the giants as well, as you know, Larry Baer would go the extra mile, and quote overpay because they have to. What it could give them more for years? But you're right. Ticket sales from winter standard stagnant. Well, sergeant now fans aren't excited that concerns are fun office devil the move higher than Farhan. But in the same token. For sure there. You don't want to sell him with a contract he doesn't want. So that's what it's gonna be a shorter term contract. Taking the job. What's it? What's the point? And maybe. Signed a contract extent. I mean, you'd have to. Change jeans. Might be saying, hey, we can bring them in. But don't get me. Tell me with a long term contract. And I wanna make moves that's Harvey for it makes smart moves. You know? It's interesting though, you know. Yes. Abyan made the moves for years and years, but Larry, you know, and and Peter they were charged with keeping the thing relevant. They felt like bonds was their ticket. And they felt like Zito was their tickets. So let's say they're one for two, but they may see the same thing in Harper. Bob before we let you go one of the things that we can came up repeatedly over the weekend at fan fest is that there's this undercurrent that the players are unhappy about the way the market has gone, and there's lots of people whispering about a labor stoppage. When the CBA comes comes to do you see that coming is is this the lack of bidding on these big time free agents, the slowness in the market, you think we're headed towards the labor stoppage in the sport at some point. I think it's possible, but not probable only because these players these ACA players ever been through a work stoppage for it was ninety four ninety five guys weren't around. Then. So I'm not sure you have the appetite to walk away. He'll kind of money, you know, to help out the next generation of players. So players are upset. Know, I think you'll be honest with phrases. He started. I think we all thought that Harper the child together three hundred million maybe four hundred million. So the fact a handful of teams even bidding on these marquee guys. And so many traders out there. You know, it's not like people are so making offers out there. I mean, Patrick Corbin forty million dollars. Guys guys are getting paid guys made mistakes. Turn on three hundred million dollars from the nationals will issue that in free agency. So some of the money is being is out there. But not to the greedy thought. I think everybody's thinking. Hey with all these new TV contracts and everything else revenue in baseball now is almost ten and a half billion dollars. Where's that? Where's that money going why or Salvi decreasing in baseball? Now big concern. All right, Bob. Thank you very much. Thanks, bob. Thank you. Bob Nightingale from USA today, if you'd like to weigh in on the Harper thing, very interesting is that I thought it was our meeting. They say four hour meeting was Harper his wife. Larry Baer, Scott Boris and far Han with anybody unless you really interested or hours. Yeah. Hours with your wife sitting there, you're gonna drag MO you might do it yourself, but nobody's gonna drag their spouse to a four hour meeting unless they're pretty damn serious that that's a viable option for them going forward. In the first fifteen minutes when you ever we've all done this where you meet with a guy about anything. You're going to buy a house. You're going to buy a car you're going to buy you spend four hours. Damn I mean, it's like you ever been in a four hour meeting ever, not a kmby art. Do you want to be in a four hour meeting? Mattie sports.
"tim cisco" Discussed on The Trip
"No, I would do I wanna do at two things are gonna happen. Either. No one's ever gonna care or I've made my own lane, basically him right paraphrase, and you got ahead of the culture. Right. So I made my own mind. I mentioned Dan, the automated every week on this podcast. It's his music that opens and closes each episode. But I don't usually get to talk more about him about how he revolutionized hip. Hop with projects like Dr octagon del Tron three thousand thirty the first guerrillas album, Dan, the automated has a place in music like Phil spector for Brian Eno or the dust brothers. He changed the sound of an entire decade. He kept hip hop. Weird. Cosmic brilliant, I've gotten to know him over the years. We both have roots in western San Francisco, and I found his mind is a lot like his music at collected and whip smart and sampling widely. We set up at his place in San Francisco and talked about tacos Cambodian Fuh and the unique pressures of making art while Asian I'm Nathan Thornburgh. And you're listening to the trip drinking with exceptional people around the world. So tell me what are we what are we drink it here? It's kind of take on the grown. It has like the high proof seen are in some grand. Poppy, like sweet thing kind of like gin. It's a smooth motherfucker. And I like it. It's been a little bit of like a boarding list. Daljit day talking to Kamal, and it would just go now to Kenya with them. One thing about Tony, which I'm sure it's on his wicked -pedia pages. I man liked in the Growney. Don't we all though? It's really good though, super good. I don't know if I'm just ready for it. I'm ready for it. It was funny like last night to in LA in Long Beach last night's off before we start recording in like just got back twenty minutes before Nathan got here and thinking, oh, he's traveling obviously as well. But had like a really great two meals in the row in Long Beach, which I feel like we should we should announce that to the world. Let's just restate that Dan just had two great meals in Long Beach is not a center. That I thought I was going to walk in and tell me me either like the night before like, I said was well as had had I was eating a little bit with with ROY Choi, and then Dave Chang, and the two bills Long Beach are the memorable is shit started out late. So whereas was late night taco thing just a little hole. But like they're special was like Berea tacos. Three tacos with a consomme side. And then like the best bio call I've ever had in America. Also did a Cabeza that was pretty good too. You were telling me this when I walked into the spot today, and I was sort of like, well, maybe you're just in a special time in your life where things are tasting better. Maybe you're entering some kind of medical food moment. Yes. The realm where it's just like cronies are sweeter and stronger and the Barbacoas deeper, and it could be it was funny. The legacy as soon as I had these tacos, I was like Hitler Choi. I was like, right. He's like, you gotta you gotta come to this other plant. We'll see I was like I'm not saying the this won't be as good. But you hit that. Defied error will like everything is just an opinion as opposed to like anything else. You know what I mean? Well, that's right because it meets your criteria. Like, it is objectively a bad motherfucking taco, right? And then you can figure out then you just get to fight like favorite. That's my favorite, but they're all living right there. And like, so I'm gonna make his ass a Long Beach with me just because like, you know, it's like, you know, because we don't go to Long Beach because I do a little work down there on the front. Julia and stuff, but like we don't tend to eat like this. And then anyway, so this morning, we were like we're talking about the Dave kills a restaurant restaurant appear called Gaji. So was with he was down there with me, and he was leading daily talking to be about stuff. And he was like everyone's saying man fuck Cambodian Vaa. And like an Odeon. Okay. I'm really lead to the game. I like I say, I never knew the Cambodians made. I feel like I've really dropped the ball in this winter. The shit was incredible. Well, we're we're in San Francisco where on Irving street. You know, you got all the full Paul and you'll feel like, you know, at the at the height of your game going to one of those fights. But you're saying this next thing. Oh, this is next. It's funny. Actually, we're talking about flood because like I just did this movie with them rather parking, Alex Wong and allies from San Francisco, and she's a big I did not know she was a big proponent, but like the the whole Cambodian for thing was like first of all I think it's like comfortable port Nicholson run inside is like a pork. Broth. I mean, which is typically be I think would be means. I guess. Yeah. That's right. And just blow up a totally different flavor. Profile. It was so ridiculously good. We got up early say just to go there. I'm so happy. We did. 'cause it was so good get the fuck out. I mean, it's it's funny because I was such a part of like, my California story involved moving out here. We left my mom came out to San Francisco to my father. I'd never been here before I came from Key West, Florida, right? There was one. Filipino kid in the entire island otherwise zero Asian I came as an eleven year old and immediately I met a kid name. His last name's trae on Vietnamese kid. He was the first of four children that had been born in America. So they call them, California. So his name was Kelly TRAN shadow Kelly. I know you're out there. His family ran a restaurant, and I will never have the words being a kid from Key West Florida coming out here and immediately having like a close friend who's Vietnamese whose family ran of yet AMIS restaurant in the Richmond. It just like it exploded, my cosmos. I got you man for people who aren't from from out here. Like Vietnamese they came later like you'll there was Chinese job rights and would dropped in. And they only boom they brought fucking bags of herbs. Yes. Way. More like gangsters way were on that kind of way. And it's awesome. It's that is true. I did get my ass kicked by some Vietnamese. Gangs in the hey life. You really wanna know the history of San Francisco in the late seventies early eighties. There was a big problem with Chinese gangs. Big problem know, they were like really like for like Asian kids that were around. Yes, is there was like a lot of pressure or a lot of like I missed it by a little bit of age wise, but just a little bit. But like this she was going on. But what happened was right after they were really big. And it was like that golden dragon shooting. You know, things went down. Right, right. But after that, what happened was like a lot of the war-torn country people came over like the Vietnamese and stuff, and they didn't give a fuck. They were not wait around trip. Boy. No, right. Yeah. There's so people were like, oh, there's a difference between like I'm tough playing gigs. Turns Francisco are tough and there's been wars going on. I've been killing rats to eat like variously. You know, what I mean in our water water muskrat? It's a different a different level, right? Like, just pure hardness. And like that wipe. I I'm not gonna say that was solely responsible for wiping out the gang. But had a lot to do with the Bradley when the Vietnamese cats and the all the other like people come from war-torn spots. This is all bullshit to them. That's a fact in like, both you and I- products of San Francisco public school district. Like, if you saw some dudes in your school that had hair that like hung halfway over there is. Yes, that was the look in like it took me. I didn't get the signal for too long. Like, I think I got my ass kicked a few times where I realized oh shit like these are tough kit. You're like, yeah. 'cause I gotta pass because I was Dorking. Also like, I was Asian. So it was like I have to deal with George. Why didn't I get the best ganglia has way kid? I mean, they didn't even have to do with that. It was like an all consuming like an urban violence around. And like you're saying around like kids who had some really fucking tough lives. I couldn't even begin to understand. Maybe this is just the independence of the area. Normally only in terms of music, but I wanna talk about this in terms of drug dealers. Nice. Yes, it like, you know, back back when the crypt, and let's try to infiltrate other cities, they came to Oakland and open wasn't to have it. You know what I mean? Like right now. You know what I mean? 'cause you got independent contractors up there. We just have our own thing. And and you know, it's funny. I had I had some eggs with my father this morning. This great thing about coming out here. I'm here for twenty hours. But you know, he's like, well, it's feel good to be home. And I was like, I don't know, man. Like, I'm I'm literally flying in and flying out. But the bay has this character that I feel gets misrepresented and maybe as being watered down like, maybe all the tech stuff is creating an environment that it just can't survive. But it's different thing right now because we've always had this other side of it. But here's the thing the center of the universe in terms of like, the vacation and money new money and things happening. But like at the same time the culture almost like it's just a different rotation. You know what I mean? I just don't think that like a lot of culture goes hand in hand with tech Intech cove starts to acquire called. I don't mean just like, you know, street culture, whatever I mean, he like art and everything if you've got a lot of people who are our great programs maybe program there. Whole life, and they come here, and it's all this great culture here. And it just takes awhile to get into it. You know what I mean? So that's an optimistic view like they could be assimilated, don't we all have to learn stuff. You know? I mean, I I would think I appreciate that. I feel like that's very generous. Like, we could sit here and have a like, Tim, Cisco native like shit talking session about like all the excesses of tech culture. But at the same time, and there have been like some people, I think who have expressed this better than I could that San Francisco has always been a BoomTown. It's always been a thing that's changing with frequency. But my particular feeling it feels like that particular moment left. Well, well, he's back thing. Like San Francisco has survived a couple tech. Boom. We we survived the dot com. Boom. Bob by the dot com. Bust some some growth by both of those. But
"tim cisco" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"We're good. They'll think three that came out shout to my boy Tareq and Yosef talk at empower took the boxing class there. They do it's it's different. They do like these boxing glasses in a dark class like it's a dark room. There's cool like neon lights everywhere. And then there's the the, you know, the bags every last makes him the water bags. They're like hydro bags. So you can you really tear into them. And it doesn't hurt your wrist. I dig him the classes gets thirty minutes, they do like a thirty minute just killer burn out class. It was dope. Tareq zime. You guys know him. He's Luke rock holds coach. He's always in his corner. Jake shields. And then a number of NFL guys. He's literally they're they're like personal coach. He's he's the guy that the NFL sense to if the guy has all the talent in the world and doesn't have his mind, right? I'm Tony the the best. Players on planet earth, the coaches send him to one guy one guy owned. It's Tareq that's kind of influence and kind of leader Tareq is and the names that he's worked with pretty crazy. Just in tug berries eater. I mean, it goes on and on Jake shields, Marcus Peters who had a rough day yesterday. We'll get into Spencer where there's just a ton of ton of players work with Tareq of just mentally and just everything. He's a real real special, dude. Yeah. You spend did that whole kind of breakdown on my posted. I think it's still up Khalil Mack at left glioma couch and has all the guys they weren't. She was up there. Dion Jordan's the one Dion went to Oregon, then was a kind of a bit of a fuck up and then finally because live together now he's balling for Seattle. Yep. That'd be tarred marshawn Lynch Tareq. Yeah. He he they literally all these guys send them to talk, and he'd like mentors takes him under his wing and turns them and just these monsters turns them into these monsters. Ma'am. So it was good seeing those guys they they of run Tim Cisco so grand old time. Of course, the big Gail. Dow came with me opened up so it's always fun being with Brian my brothers. They're saying if a hotel and fisherman's Warf, which is a little weird fisherman's wharf, Kansas fun. It's cool. It's touristy area have been the fisherman's. We're not that city shuts down man, you know, my shows get done around midnight, twelve thirty. I get out after the meet and greets. Nothing's open. So it do fricking pad Thai to the room was in bad, though, was not that at all. Doing the press is always interesting. I took the subway system. I think it caught bark bark. Yeah. Yeah. From have you? Yeah. Road. The I've never I've never been on it p we're making fun. We saying ghetto it is willing to bad. Yeah. Did I took my chaining? Yeah. I did. I did look a little sketchy on their did tuck my chain in maybe hit my gold Rolex not a big deal. Boo took that because I had to do press in Oakland. And then back in San Francisco, hell, hell, all these press spots and got it. It's very rare. I do press in the shows were sold out. So it doesn't make that much sense to press. But the number of people want me to do it just so old school to me man that radio press. I one interview I did on what our channel seven KTLA would was the with the weatherman, and he's like, well, we can over your, you know, all they don't know who you are. They just someone books you, and it's you know, you're on the local stations him Cisco, Oakland or the hell I was on. You know based cities fine is here. We are. We had Brandon Shaab here, man. We we'll get your Wikipedia. This is impressive. You make us look lazy. Now. What's it like to get punched in the face? I'm like, oh, God, stab my eyes out, man. Stab my fucking is out. It's always so strange and that and then he played a little football here. I see well Albo a lot of football up the San Francisco forty Niners. What's the problem? What how can they Vicks this? What are they gonna do? Like Nadia, man. Not a coach in NFL. Sure. There's a lot of Xs mos- going on v hasn't even figured out what I wanted to..
"tim cisco" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"This Monday time change little time change for your big Brown back. All All right right. back from San Francisco. One of my favorite cities at a grand time there. You know, what I do the time change thing gen why? It was started. I mean, this is a little bit of bro sites. But this is what I've heard since. I was a kid for farmers. Farmers could utilize the daylight. So that's when fall bass spring forward today what spring four fucking up my days. My son does not care about your time change. He's like, nah, let's wake up super early four AM. Yeah. Let's do it. It's very strange. We're still fucking being dictated by farmers and shit thirties to strange thing. There's only got to figure it out, man. They don't change, you know, that they don't they don't like, nah, we're what I'm there. It's like sometimes it's two hours. Sometimes is what one are. Yup around. They don't mess around good for years owner shelters. Just let us shoutouts today. Shelters oughta shut up to San Francisco, literally when my favorite cities and. Grand old times my first full weekend at cobb's I posted about this on my Instagram. But. You know, some of these historic places like cobs commie works. Denver gotham. The obviously the comedy store in LA. I mean, I can keep going naming off one's by real nice. But you know, a lot of these you get you just can't jump in there. You kind of have to prove your worth or. You know, you gotta you gotta you gotta kinda grind send him tape in gotta get signed off on just can't say there's just going to go. He sells tickets. Let's bring him in it doesn't work like that some of these clubs some do not can lie. Some like. Yeah. So songs the rooms Packer and care other ones. Like no pass to be legit has to be funny. So when I got my first full weekend offer at cobb's, it's a big one in my comedy career. 'cause they don't bring just anyone in there. So. Great turnout sold out all the shows San Francisco's instrument because I've talked about it. I've talked about before on here. You know, my uncle packs lived up there who passed away, and he was my favorite person on planet earth for a long time. And so whenever I get San Francisco's thank you him. Because I always go up there to see him. My brother lived with them up there for a little bit when I- venison San Francisco, and whenever I'm in that it's always whatever I do. I'm always reminded of things about my uncle packs. So when I land San Francisco, San Francisco, Thursday nights first thing, I thought about and then Drake after that. I started thinking about Robin Williams. He's my mom's favorite person on planet earth and shoot always make us watch all his movies and anything they did. And we'd watch his standup as kids. And so I know how much Robin Williams meant to my mom, and I grew up huge fan of him. Obviously, San Francisco, Robin Williams, go hand in hand. And he got his start there. Which is interesting. He got his start. They're not at cobb's he did do cobs lot. But at the punchline, the punch lines where a lot of some your favorite comedians got the start Chapelle, Ellen Degeneres, Robin Williams off see that. He would always do sets there. So there's a deep tradition within Tim, Cisco, and comics and stuff like that. And you know with the right one then I couldn't sleep because in late Thursday night because it was going to do press all Friday morning. And so I started guy couldn't sleep. So I started looking up Robin Williams stuff now. So we know he passed away. I was surprised, you know, now, more and more stuff come out about his death. Now that time has passed that, you know, the stuffy was suffering from I mean, yeah. No shit. He often self men, no shave a long long history of suffering and just he he wasn't the same person. He just was in Saint person. So by the end of the road, it got it got pretty dark for him. You know, he just wasn't Robin Williams in many many ways. Yes, I went down that road. Watching his old clips, I'll watch his dock and HBO stayed up all night can afford your shows. Yeah. Before my show dog great. I know can you do show..
"tim cisco" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"I was like, I don't think that's right. Because I I didn't know it was like so new to me I was like what? And then gay marriage on. If you had asked me when I was twenty two now, it's for men and a woman, I would have had my book. I was given an idea I got older, and I got more educated, and I met gay people. And I thought about it, and I had people give me strong arguments for and now I would say to you. Of course, I think people should have their children because I know gay people that have Dopp two children children are doing great, of course, gave should be able to be married because I I'm older, and I've become more educated at the same guy. You wasn't ignorant in ignorant young, man. And we're all ignorant at one point. That's why education changes you. So so Brian Cowen was a different guy when he was twenty two in a lot of different ways than he is now. But nobody's interested in that change. Nobody's interested in that. Well, you did then means that who you are now, and you should be punished for life. And that's my problem with the left. I don't know what they want. What are you guys? Exactly looking for how much salt could is there any sorry that helps you know what? I mean, we have a system of law if you rape somebody. If you kill somebody you go to jail, you do the time. We know what that Justice system is this kind of public shaming. I'm not sure where the persuasion comes in versus the punishment comes. Here's the here's the thing. These protesters the loudest ones that's not the audience who are paying for tickets Iraq that they have nothing better to do. They think they're calling is doing this. They're probably. Doc in in in all honesty. He's with with most people don't give a fun with the people on the internet who are up in up in arms. All this stuff weird. Because if Louis did a feeder show right now it would sell out with two big club owners. They own lots of clubs and both of them were like they have their finger on the pulse. They were like Louis C K right now could sell out any theater he wanted any big anywhere. He doing tire two-round American setup. Because these allows the loudest ones barking a lot of people like lewd, less forty million dollars. Hold on. And he did this. How long ago? No. Yeah. He's a fuck, man. Yeah. He's paid his dues these women. They're not gonna be happy until he's what dead broke. But then they want total destruction doing that shit like this. She like if you're Louis like, yeah. Right. I get it. How fun with that? I don't I I don't know. You want me to do? I said sorry around the country around. Listen, I'm be at a sold out show next month in Missouri. I don't know what you hear. Yeah. That's what else you got in that should be them. All right, dude. It's good stuff. We talked about important stuff. Brennan where we did. Do. We did bro. Were you? And I are going to be Tim Cisco man, there's I want to say thank you for doing it. It's gonna be fun, dude. I can't wait to me fun. The early shows are sold out late shows are almost without Outsell sell some some some. some tickets defect dot com. Friday, Saturday, only Brian and myself will be at cobb's comedy club this Friday and Saturday and then in two weeks, I'm in Sacramento good and bring those data from each in like always you're sending dick picks. I will be in Sacramento at the punchline, Brian we've done that together. Just as we have punchline, and that is in two weeks punchline Sacramento that has no member sixteenth and seventeenth then after that, I'm in New York City. Well, my favorite clubs ever New York City Gotham comedy club that has November thirtieth through December first then after them New Mexico, December seventh through eighth and then the grand old hog. Oh, so sandiego January nineteenth speckles theater. My one hour comedy special for Showtime in San Diego. Can't wait one night. Two shows only my friends are going to be there. Couple friends befriends, bro Kuhlman t k dot com for tickets. That's it man..
"tim cisco" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Could give you next. So they diverted the plane. Dude. If I did I mention event, let stand up gig in this morons doing pull ups went to fuck in reroute the plane. How did you not? Do you think he was arrested? No, no. So says they have no record of him being arrested. They kicked him out. I have a riding to work, but ruining everyone knows. I have a current event. Maybe you have it shook night. Twenty eight years. Did they in twenty years? I know the feeling was thirty. Yeah, killed a guy on the set of over and hit another. We we've seen the video. Yeah. Night running over the terrifying. Twenty years. That's a bad man. He's been imprisoned, like on and off nights. You know, his son says that two pockets alive recently pretty crazy, right? Yeah. Also don't have a dad, so so shook will get out when he's eighty three years. He's fifty three. I bet you runs prison. People probably love him how many great stories to a real hit them. He's fucked them Basso way to go and you're after he ran over someone real bad, and now you're fuck, man. Now you're prison for the rest of your Jeff. Deterrent event, b gyn. That's pretty much it. Shout out to should night shot of shook night. Boys and girls did do. You're gonna be buddy. I'm in Utah. The tenth and twelfth of October, that's wise guys. All four shows are almost sold out as at four shows. Eighteenth ninety five shows all five shows almost sold out, get tickets now. And then after that I'm in San Francisco, cobs, November, second. And third, I wanna come to that Tim Cisco, yeah, arc and you'll see I wanna open for Cali. Yeah, I'd really like fucking. I'll give you I'll give just you just a. a. Six minutes stay. Give me six minutes. Be fun. Stewart, do mind get your room? All right. If you baby back, there's cops him Cisco. Eleventh. Twelfth, Sacramento, punchline, sixteen seventeenth, and then just announced New York City. I see. I see on the Graham, I'm coming New York City to Gotham comedy club. That is November thirtieth through December. I just went on sale. The new Mesko the seventh and eighth. Those are almost sold out fach dot com. See your soon, Utah. Europe, tenth through the twelfth, get EM TV dot com. That's Brian. I'm Brendan this a fine kid. We're out..
"tim cisco" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Well, I brought to exchange, so the kind of movement papa- I'm hoping that it will bring together that have this kind of open view about economics philosophy and even sociology psychology, so that if you, if you will beacon, which I think the book is is was open thinkers than this movement. I'm hoping which I would not be pot is something that I was about to say. I'm really hoping to get you involved. Yes, I'm hoping that the one thing that you bring you together is, you know, I don't agree with everything in the book and but at the same time I'm aware of the limitations. I I see how much I didn't know two years ago, how much I know now, and I said, continuing purses but a pop by that I'm excited about the social movement at times meeting like minded, open Pinkas ward. Are you goals and intentions with this movement to expect that this will be something they'll be able to funnel just from the book? Well, Milton Friedman when he wrote capitals men, freedom struggled for many years to get people to really take it seriously any really start with young people and build up from there. And I sort of expected it was going to be a similar process, but there's something maybe about the social media may be about the blockchain that has made it possible for this to happen at a pace. I couldn't possibly have imagined. You know, I was. Touring around not coming up for air, you know, taking two or three red is a week for three months on this book. And then I got about two months of break from that pace, and I thought that I would just take those that time to, you know, get back to my usual life, but it turns out that like billions of dollars of capital had gone into startups around this area that there were all these activist groups starting. So my life got completely absorbed into trying to even make sense of all of that, and then find some way in which to organize it. And about a month ago that led me to try to form and some sort of structure around this. And in the time between then it's come to be the case that I can actually give a call to action to people when they when I, you know, tweet. Or when I give these talks. And every one of these talks I'm giving now I'm getting five people volunteering, you know, hours and hours and hours of their time every week to work on this in this point. Now, my executive director can't even handle all the people who want to help out with the project. I think we've got dozens of people now working with us on on organizing this conference in movement, and it's really just been. It's been an overwhelming experience at it. Really, I think shows how much people are needing something of this shape right now. Well, I will say that I am sitting at home right now, Tim, Cisco next to my cat and my cat is foot Milton awesomeness Bateman. That's a, that's a big space knit maybe in a few years, like at a cat and I can call it Glenn Enda. Awesome. You can have some replacement set in that. You note, you know, do you know the story about me and Milton Friedman when I was a kid. So when I was thirteen years old right after I'd been converted to an iron Randy, I basically read like ten or twenty thousand pages worth of economics in one year, and I sent a fan letter to Milton Friedman at the age of thirteen..
"tim cisco" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Now I'd say the giants are up there. I'd say Boston is up there aides between Boston and and Tim Cisco for sure. I wouldn't say Yankees because they only one that house into nine. If you're saying the ninety s? I'm that's the most thousand from two thousand to two thousand nine. The only one at twice I'd say. Yeah, the cardinals giants. And wet socks, I'd say are the top three team since two thousand the best teams of the new millennia. And they're all National League teams. Boston be Boston. My kkob's maybe start a dynasty prom, possibly. No. Now we'll see after this year buddy because let's do the cubs lost in the, I think it was. Yes. I mean, they've been a round is just a matter of they gotta get one more two more possibly to consider it at one dynasty. Yeah, to is. You're onto something three. I'd say definitely a dynasty threes. The official start of a dynasty official like that makes you dynasty. So San Francisco, winning those three to five that made them a dynasty. Yeah. I mean, you can't sustain your success like some of those teams or you can end up like the Mets, the royals. And those other teams who have made Luke made World Series, I wouldn't call the rose one flew those two years w call the Mets won a fluke. I think the, yeah, the Mets were just a product of their solid pitching rotation. I just think the front office and ownership is completely mismanage. That entire team. And I think that's what do you expect. I feel like that's all New York ownership group who is unlucky franchise to now who would you call the most unfortunate, unfortunate the as I mean, they've made playoff parents, playoff parents as just do not pass Dale nationals up there too. Yeah, I'd say the nationals of the last decade say that's all Washington sports teams to for the except for the capital, but that took a long time and they had a good team for like a decade. So we'll see what ends up happening, but I'm definitely looking forward. Let me ask you this quick. Who's the team of the next decade from two hundred twenty on twenty thirty. Who would you say is the team to watch for as as a potential dynasty. I'd say we're close. We're only a year and a half away from twenty. It's got to be the Yankees. They're all bunch of young kids right now to see another Yankees dynasty. I mean, I said, I know people don't really like them too much. It's a broken record it is. But right now the have great farm system. They're one of the youngest teams in baseball currently still last year this year I hate to agree, but it's true like, yeah, I think people are just sick and tired of seeing Bianchi's is good. It's like seeing the warriors and usually seen Lakers continue. Good. Patriots in the NFL. Yeah, true. But the team, I feel like everyone just comes together and just hates like if you're not every every there's a team for every every league. And I think the warriors are that now for NBA I think the patriots are how might be losing that now they might just be the Cowboys that everyone hates. I'd say Jerry Jones. That's the only if you will Jones. It's kind of a jerk being late about it. Looking at us, he'll probably be the most dominant team in the next decade. So we'll see what ends up happening. You'll never know. Yeah. Any final thoughts from you. For the postseason with some some pizza and beer, and definitely. So we'll wrap it up here. We'll be back on Friday. Thanks again for Jeff being on today's show. Yep, I'll be here tomorrow to. So we'll talk to you guys on Friday's episode. So stay tuned for that..
"tim cisco" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"I just want to make sure everything's good for my oh oh greek restaurant for oh dinner is gonna cry or face i think our faces showing too much emotion 'cause i was like why is she crying about greek food you know i'm by the everybody sorry that was seen that she's like everybody would ramon but ramona to see my house you know and i've had a care but she's saying tapping gross house whatever the hell that means like top orosa another row so why don't you just call rose on top of rose house like i don't get it one thing the hat on the road halley tapping rose like with that let's go not resolve items now i got tops and bottoms that same say such a thing about it like x like grudge marks is hilarious okay what was going on gay sex is sick all the gay people are like hey wait a minute i'm in a good way because listen i wanted to watch happens show tim cisco it's okay i'm not a how about watch your carpets so much crap so he's got a different story she's like well you know tennessee usually stay with me and she looks to have a close friend near at all times and now that person is you know what do i care what am i i've got to groucho marx glasses for my dog which is sick cell yeah it's like you know what's about what's going on like you know it's okay because like i got brynn brynn stay with me and so it's gonna be like a full house i'm like i'm going to be paying attention to bryn said of carol and carols like my carlos la my last year brin benign brings my new brennan so karlskoga hike to hang out with like tinsley costanza the new bethany see what i'm saying it's like it's it's it's a crazy thing reg marks greek food sick.
"tim cisco" Discussed on Up First
"And you know i think that the president thinks and what his tactic has been and what he seems to continue to employees is that he can bully congress into action that his leadership style is to sort of negative reinforcement to get an end goal it didn't work in the past i think there is good reason to be sceptical about it working this fall and pure congressional correspondent suzanne davis us who thinks never reject you too by this weekend san francisco and berkeley these are cities known for their leftleaning politics are getting a lot of attention from farright group so yes they are the bay area has become somewhat of a political battle ground in recent months between the left and the right in february after the university of california berkeley cancelled a speech by trump supporter milo yannopoulos violent protests erupted on both sides and this weekend san francisco mayor ed lee is hoping for some calm god pray nobody gets hurt because these people with hatefilled matches were coming in to our city to wreak havoc and let's turn out to our correspondent in that city san francisco in pierce eric westerveld eric money david so what is the farright rationale here i mean are they deliberately targetting or or trying to make a move into to some of these very liberal pockets of the united states absolutely and then on facebook farright activists couch chairman urged others to show up this weekend in the bay area writing talk about kicking the hornet's nest let's show these intolerant communist we won't be silent so there's definitely a kind of take the fight to the enemy aspect of this where they see these west coast cities david tim cisco portland seattle is you know centres of intolerant of feed and leftist culture a bunch of snowflakes as the override likes to say.
"tim cisco" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Okay um a master mechanic anna transportation uh engineer i guess you could say and i would like to say that you know there's a small portion in this country trying to brief print all of this into reality and another force them that minute coal and stripping emissions regulation so this is a real heart health for a lot of people and i think that that kind of be what eventually halted up algae it what's the hardsell handy why would i mean if the ulama since hey the tunnel so deep you won't even see it and you'll travel fast what's the hard so i think people will just be opposed to anything that's not your of the regular and people want more bridges and stuff like that i think that that's just not the answer any more and yawn must recognizes that and a lot of other people do as well and appreciate your call as well i mean you can't blame people for warning better bridges and roads and they see them falling to pieces hurry marshall what about the california version of this is their popular support uh i don't know does jerry brown want hyper luke from san francisco to la there hasn't been a ton of movement on the seamen cisco to la route at though it was the one that mask i originally proposed in his big white paper on hyper loop that's a three hundred and fifty mile route five between elian tim cisco uh the other problem in california's that it's kind of indirect competition with california's hide speed rail which has been in the works for decades now and has hit a few roadblocks and one of them is funding another one is land acquisition and so there hasn't been a ton of of movement in on the west coast at but we'll see you know as we say at moscow an ambitious guy civil see what happened we're of safety issues think about california think what earthquakes i don't know if i want to be linda grown tube in the north gregor in maybe anywhere else but uh w what about the safety of these buried tubes here are you.
"tim cisco" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"It too so it's all streaming for all the geometry all the texture data you can like hover their above above the south tim cisco and see all that geometry pop in an and the limitations are actually just with an memory buffer yet and that's overtime it's all that's me queued up loaded in by one disappointment i went to the pyramids and there were flat rock underground a come on a on to pick them up whether they've been great job getting people to us losing user generated buildings in corporations it's almost like a the second life thing when you're when people were creating like their own business in second life you can use when grown sketch up sketch up and build the model of a building specifically dropping in an awesome populated some other of your news and there's new from coming out soon alien covenant and release scotts work on that he also did the martian of course any day just announced that he's producing blade runner there for these films they're using your experiences i did your experience for the martian wasn't super impress but they're logic a whole new division with with scott to produce of your films to figure this out yet do how do you feel about the like the the the marketing side when they invest in doing a v are like ghostly shall did the same thing like you know it's not cheap to produce the v are promote but just the whole point of his skip people to watch the film about v are yet but like it'll get there i think of the super eight they did something with valve were they released a little chapter were you could explore at a train wreck in there was a monster inside and using the you know the source engine and i felt like that was phenomenal that was great like they they finally figured out of these again mentioned to promote a film in a way that was compelling i ours natural fit for so many different ways it's just a matter of.