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APG 379  Artificial Intelligence

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APG 379 Artificial Intelligence

"It's the airline pie guy airline pilot guy episode three seventy nine. Hello. You're listening to the airline pilot guy show, the view from our side of the cockpit door with your host, captain. Jeff broadcasting live from studio, four gene at the Hilton garden inn Doerum North Carolina. Day shows reported on the thirteenth of June twenty nine. Today's episode helicopter pilot dies quest landing on top of the city. Skyscraper an airline passenger in gem road. Conc- yet, thinking with the lavatory door wore news your feedback, and as plane sales. Dax on debate bar too, to get all settled in Cray tables, and seek Bax in the upright and locked position like chronic vices power on. I'm radio Roger like three seventy nine is ready for Bush. Thanks radio. Roger. He's a real light radio professional in the world's largest media market, New York City refer. She had him doing that force, and you're listening to the airline pilot gone show to navy Asian podcasts for we cover aviation news and at our commentary to it, and we also answer your feedback, and here with me to help us all with that from lakeside studio in South Carolina. She's a doctor skydiver marathon, runner strength training junkie, IB connoisseur and commercial multi engine instrument rated pilot her name is Dr Steph. Death fairness after. Thank you, very nice to see you as well. Looking forward to a great show. Absolutely. And. From his studio and the English countryside professional photographer. Former RAF are W, F fighter pilot, former captain for an international airline based in London. It is captain, Nick. Hi that Jeff and high staff. Yeah, it's floating away. We and my brother and twin. Southerly just can't wait for the rain. They. Thank not very good flying conditions, but fine for poke costing excellent and Dana will hopefully be joining us later in the show. So we'll hold off on the sound effect for him. And when he joins us, we'll play that most likely. Hello, everyone. How's everybody have been doing? No just getting work as Greg pretty good Steffes. You know, it wasn't that long ago. You know, the last show in the space between Lascaux and the one before that was a big space this time, it was kind of shortened period of time. So not a lot of time between the last episode in this one, and so probably not a lot lot of stuff done. But Steph, how about yourself, have you been doing anything else? Besides your lovely work. I can't I'm trying to think what actually did last weekend. You think I would remember this? Friday. Yes. And so actually did do very much weakened is kind of productive around the house. It was pretty rainy last weekend. So it was definitely not good for outdoor flying skied activities actually had a ton of rain. It rained a bunch again, last night on the lake level outside. My house is very high like almost touching. The bottom of the stationary doc, is very high, but there's all kinds of fun things to be done indoors. So I did they just built a new indoor skydiving wind tunnel a in concord North Carolina. So I went up there on Tuesday nights for about an hour and a half. And turns out, I'm really terrible at a skydiving confined to a small tube enclosed structure. When you're up there, you're all over the place. Yeah. Well, it's your Snyder's. I is good because it really there's a lot to work on lots. Learn helps you technique and stuff. Yeah. Absolutely. So Peigen I'm gonna take a friend of mine on her offer for some more coaching and or on that some more fund. Sounds good. I've seen this so the competition. Some people do those people are really good. If you wanna see the opposite of that is. Well. In there by myself. It's fine. Part of the problem is, is what I'm trying to. Do things with other people. So fly with other people in the wind tunnel. I have bird bones their hollow. I weighed nothing and to the speed of the wind that they usually need to create for most people is much greater than what I actually need your. I have a very difficult time. You'll pin to the pretty much. Their place. Doesn't seem like it's something that would be very challenging exercise, like just physically, but I was exhausted at the end of, you know, like six minutes, whereas tunnel time. This challenging training, the training and a lot of fun and looking forward to do some doing some more of that, now that it's very close inconvenient to my place of work, so excellent. Okay. Well Nick how about yourself? Have you been busy with anything this last few days? Yeah. Nothing dramatic. I drive up to our f- Marham Marham when I was in the F O's was where only tangkas in a refueling tankers. And we used to have to go there for like a two day Eto every fuelling receive as calls, and I was trying to explain to the, the audience during one of my, Royal aeronautical society late explained that the audience what the costs involved editor feelings, really quite easy. The black trails a hose with the boss. Get on. I stick, probably about a stick the private in the boss and feel Fleiss. When I'm full, I disengage guy way can you make that close loss to? Anyway. Yeah. We got lost 'bout that, but they're very nice bunch of people Marham is growing. It is to be the new f thirty five lightning to operational conversion unit and I'm show they'll have six one. Seven squadron is also foaming that with f thirty five six seven the famous dam busters squadron. So yet they, they fullness. Oh, it's a big growing basin. The guy that hosted me and took me in the mess of very nice, but carry Ma he's Gordon. Genetic gonna be one of the main engineers on the F thirty five project and he showed me around the mess, which is nice. I'm being enough says mess for many years. And it's just as I recall it like a gentleman's, except those have laid his ended up gentlemen, now beautiful dining room. Let's wonderful paintings everywhere, silhouette ready, re. Really raw the grant when I was in the service. I never even thought about it. But now visiting one from the outside. I'm gun. Well, that's pretty. Yeah. Giant used to live by slot this. Yeah. By different Vinai slutty audience entirely job us up just around there long drive. So I'm a bit pooped over here. When you say a gentlemen's club, it has a different connotation. He should have a lot of to change. Let's true gentlemen. Not quite one dollar five dollar Bill. This is is has waiters in white coats. Serving discrediting drinks on Silva trays the higher end establishments have things like that. But then, again, people have don't have a lot of close on at all. A lot of large sofas, and TV's sofas. I was thinking. The wrong direction completely try to get back on track. I'm sorry. History place, and, and levity to see any problem. Was that the weather here has been abysmal last few days? I drive up and back in pouring rain. It's nearly two miles, and it's it's nine two hundred miles on American right. Where it's pretty straits and not a lot of traffic. It's really hard work. Sometimes when you getting around some of our major rates in foul weather. Yeah. It was hot but nice to be on the show. I lost I can relax with the beer. Yes. And here yesterday. And today, the weather in the south southeastern United States has been lovely. I mean yesterday I was in Louisville and was walking the streets and it was just so pleasant. In fact, when the wind was blowing, it was almost chili which is very unusual for a run last night. I mean it was not great here because we had a ton of rain yesterday but. When I went for my run last night at about eight thirty. It was sixty degrees outside. Does just unheard of poor. It's so eastern United States June. I must have set you know, whole bunch of low temperature records. Some light nice late is who won't the streets. You could find some of them in gentlemen's clubs expect. Probably. Yeah. Rich. Mahogany, I, why do I sense, the for the show already developed? Well, hey, as soon as you have a great title, and we can start working on the artwork in. Oh, yeah. Stuff out. Let's don't let stay away from the gentleman's club. Never mind. Okay. Anything else Nick before I tell you about what I've been doing. I know heads okay? Weekend did not fly. And actually I had several days off. And there was a lot of a lot of overtime flying green slip flying for my company, and I refrained from accepting any of them. I think there must have been ten to fifteen. I was offered to day out in back of green slips easy green slips, but thought you know, I really don't feel like flying in this really, really crappy weather, and I've kind of obligated myself to sing in a couple of music ensembles at my church. So I, I knew that I was needed for that. So I, I said, no, I'm gonna stay at home. I'm gonna take a few days off and relax a little bit. So I went out on a trip yesterday. And I'm a three day trip day too right now and supposed to be a Little Rock on Wednesday. But we were rerouted Burri. Routed on Wednesday and ended up in Louisville Kentucky and that was always a actually it was a good reroute for us. I think got in a little bit earlier and a little bit shorter flight and love the hotel in downtown level. It's an embassy suites in, it's an old historic buildings just really nice, but over the weekend, another reason why didn't accept any of these proffered trips for overtime flying. Was that few about a week ago or so somebody called me up and said that they were going to be at the Atlanta international airport on their way from somewhere back home to Europe. And if I were around the airport that this person would love to meet up with me, and I said, well, I'm, I'm off, but I'll drive down or take the train down and meet with you. And so that's what I did. And I have some audio. Bolaise gentlemen, a few days ago, I received a text from Marcus volt, or the host of the very professional and amazing engineering, and science podcast is that what you characterize it as engineering and science aviation stuff there. Marcus a licensed glider pilot. And I learned today that he's a licensed, Arabic lied glider pilot. I had no idea that it was such a thing anyway. So he said, hey, I'm going to be in the Atlanta airport on Sunday. If you're gonna be around as a while and home. And yeah I'll definitely had down there. And we can meet up and I'm gonna let Marcus tell you exactly why he flew through Atlanta and then up to Fort, Wayne of all places for Wayne, Indiana, Indiana. And then now he's coming back and heading back to Germany after this. So Marcus say Hello to everybody. Hello. Okay. You need to say more than that. More more. Yeah. Yeah. So, yeah, I was said, the Fort Wayne show. Saw fifty twos and Casey, one thirty five and Thunderbirds were also there. And that was the occasion why it had been there as well. Okay. So you so a lot of people would be thinking, okay. Well, it's kind of cool to come to the United States Fort Wayne to see an air show. Okay. The thunderbirds. Yeah. You never seen him before. Okay. Well, it's a so what kind of experience, did you have with the seeing Thunderbirds relatively close one? Right. So I did see. So when I was looking at their flight line, I would see five F16.'s instead of six. Okay. So where was the sixth, one below me are around me or whatever? Okay. So I am not understanding help us out here. Well, I got extremely lucky and I go to ride in f sixteen d with the Thunderbirds. And so that kind of developed over the last few months. And so obviously, I had to fly over to the US to be able to excess the airplane. And so that's why was here fantastic Marcus shared with me that, and I'm still the funding this hard to believe. But he said that the reason why he started doing a podcast was so that he could have the opportunity someday to apply to fly and get a ride with the air force Thunderbirds. I have the burger. And so while I mean, and you finally kinda tained your your master plan your goal and you, you attained it, and it must be a great feeling. So I had literally been in love with the F sixteens. And since I was twelve and about ten eleven years ago. Steve topper airspeed online podcast. He got a flight with Thunderbirds, and I thought, well, that's cool. If putt costs can, you know is important enough for them to take them out to stop what causes well? And that was the very specific goal. And so it's a really big deal both all the podcast and for me personally that this worked out, really, really cool. So that's interesting people ask me how why I got into podcasting? And as I shared many times, it was because I wanted to play with this these toys, this all this technology and gadgets and stuff like that. That was really my. My motivation, obviously years was much better motivation to actually get a ride with. Thunderbirds. I, I cost. Right. Did something about software engineering with a couple of friends before so that was like three years earlier. And so I, I was over the audio aspect with that podcast. And then as which over to towel because it got bored with the software stuff and signs in engineering. I thought is broader more interesting. But what actually triggered the decision to stop? While Steve toppers on both. Right. Well, are you going? Are you going to contact Steve in until him? Thank you for the motivation. I did that actually contact him in, in in advance to ask him any tips, anything, I should know and. The only thing he said, whilst well, stick very specifically, what they ask of you, because the reason why he was able to fly that the guy who was originally scheduled he didn't bring his filming person. The, you know, the guy who recalls everything and so his flight was cancelled. And so that's when Steve the unity, that's what he said. He's at be very stick executive what the ask you, right? Because you may never have this opportunity. Again, I guess you can scratch to me replaced with a will yes. Okay with with certainty. You'll never have that opportunity again. So how long how long was the was the flight an hour few minutes? That's awesome. That's a typical Saudi, that's you know, the fuel load and everything else. So, yeah, we, we took off a few few minutes straight to Moala midday to operations area there we did a bunch of robotics pulled the obligatory nine jeez. I got to fly a little bit myself as. Very cool, of course. And then we flew back and that's when we did the formation flying with the other sixteen and then landed after about an hour. Wow. That is I mean it's just thrilling hearing you talk about it. I'm just so happy that you attain your goal. And I told Marcus at this must be a, a huge letdown for you. Now, are you gonna stop podcasting? He said, no, he assured me. He's not gonna stop. He's just going to have to come up with some new goal. I guess that will be tough. I mean. Not just because objectively it's tough, but also because I kind of made this mind goal. Right. This has been this huge looming goal. Now reached it and other the question is really a little bit. What will come next? Well, I'm sure it's going to be great. And I can't wait to hear what it is. And folks, you need to definitely subscribe to the mega podcast because it's an awesome podcast, even captain nNcholas van featured on the show. I think that's how he got into this. Whole casting thing, right? I met him some on Facebook, and then he kind of off doing with me. He kind of get into got into your sphere of influence, and then you sucked him up. Well, so that so we now have somebody to blame for all this. It's your fault. Thanks, a lot Marcus. All right. Well, thank you very much for sharing the story with the audience, and it was so nice to be able to meet you, and thanks for sector. Finding your Sunday afternoon and coming out. It was not. It was it was nothing. It was nothing to back to you, Jeff in the studio, what I was trying to say there. It was not a sacrifice at all. It was a pleasure. Instead of it was nothing. Nothing. Nothing like that came through my if. Well, that's what I meant. Read between the lines. When I say silly things. That's fair enough. It was great seeing him and great hearing his, his experience with flying with the Thunderbirds in the f sixteen and I thought it was really interesting. How he that was really. The reason why he started doing his science and engineering podcasts so that he could. Like goal. Obviously, he loves flying related stuff love their shows are flying elated. Yeah. He says it gets all kinds of negative feedback because he's always talking about flying stuff. The whole science and engineering side of things aren't as interested Bill. Will they should be the should be? Yeah. It's wrong with these people on the Trump white to him more about string theory. Yeah. Me too. Episodes in German. But I don't really understand. Well, the English ones might just as well be Jim. Some of them. Anyway, really. I was telling him about. He had no idea how this whole thing with Nick came about. And I said, we you understand that. I did not realize that the Nick Anderson that you had on one of your podcasts was the same nickel Anderson that was sending me audio feedback, and the same Nick Anderson who we invited to be a guest host a permanent host on her show, until after I asked you that, and it was like, one, I don't know, if you remember, whatever it was is like a big libel. Went off in my head and went wait. You're that you're that same guy Marcus. There's three of us. Well, I didn't think I didn't the names. You know, I'm terrible with names. So anyway. Yeah, that's true. That's true. Very nice. It wasn't as my my first far into podcasting on Marcus is show and he's a great interview this about it. It was good fun. I'm great guy. We had a great time at TGI Fridays. I was showing him some great American culture, and great food. Got one of those down the writing Guilford come. Come to come to the Charlotte area. Sometime. We'll, hey, I tried to one flew south a very nice, probably the nicest upscale wreck ref restaurant in the Atlanta airport, and but he said, well, he didn't like sushi. So I think I have they have other things besides sushi. I was thinking I was going to I was going to treat him and he steered us over to TGIF TGI Fridays, because he was intending to pick up the tab, so that, that we found out after the fact that, that's the reason why he didn't wanna go need at the really fancy expensive restaurant. I was going to pay for it because I didn't know that. This is trying to keep it reason. He was. Yeah. Marcus anything in the airport is like like. And is brought about the coffee fund can can. Yeah. That's what I was going to do. Yeah. Okay, well, anyway, great time with Marcus. So let's see what else occurred during that time between the last show and this. Well, I didn't write it down in the show out. So my probably moat. Remember any of it? So that's about it. 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Housi- center at Dulles is having their innovations inflate. I think they're still calling that client that Mike is in flight is what they're cutting. And I don't have any information on the time, but I believe it's on Saturday. So he'll be a really sketchy with my details here on Saturday. Really, I'm not attending. However, on Saturday. You can certainly go to these missiles website, Uber hussy center website, and check out all the information there. I'm sure there's plenty of details in our slack page as well as well as on social media sites, Twitter and Facebook regarding that get together. But it's a big event for the airplane, geeks podcast and their communities. And I know main man, Mike, it will be there amongst many others. I'm sure and several members of the community as well. So if you find yourself either in the area or available to check it up, and the before, and it's excellent and the at the end of the whole thing of, there's usually a big day of folks over at red. Robin red, Robin. That's red Robin, which is very close to the advocacy center in chantilly. So there you go. And so if you're if you're in the area or not as stuff mentioning these things called airplanes, that will deliver you to Dulles airport, which is an some people are actually flying their own airplanes. Like Hillel might carols and others. Those are the only two that I can think of right off the top of my head. And so a lot of great aviation geeks and people from the aviation, podcasting community are going to be present. So you should including, of course, the, the great airplane geeks to there you go. Anything else we should talk about before we talk about the coffee fund. Not my neck of the woods. Let's move it on. Johnny smoker. I love coffee. I love tea. Community. Into and the job and me alka because. So what is the poll coffee fund thing? 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Stay on the by on huge. All right. Let's start off with the first item in our news folder, and this was something that happened in New York City, literally, the block right next to the building right next to the hotel that we stay in, or I stay in for layovers in Manhattan, at the Sheridan Times Square hotel, and it was the building right next door. There was a well let me read this, this is from the BBC dot com and the no, that's from the second article. I don't know what the first one is anyway. The pilot of a helicopter has died after it crashed crash landed on top of a skyscraper in Manhattan, the helicopter burst into flames on hitting the A X A equitable center that there were no other casualties. The pilot has been identified as Tim McCormack, a veteran aviator an investigation is underway. Eyewitnesses said the building shook with the impact and they were reminded. Of the plane attacks on the city in September two thousand one you may have heard of that, that was a but we call nine eleven or nine months. Nine eleventh, it occurred on Iranian foggy Monday afternoon at seven eighty seven seventh avenue just north of Times Square and it was a twin engine Agusta a one. Oh, nine e- carrying only the pilot had taken off from a heliport on Manhattan's east side. At one thirty two local time it was reportedly heading to Linden airport in New Jersey and eleven minutes later, it plunged into the top of the fifty four story office building in what was described as a forced or emergency landing. So there was another piece of information as they started to do some investigation. And let's see. This is the one from no, I guess the first one was BBC news. This one is from NBC news. Timothy McCormack did not have the required certificate that would have allowed him to legally fly in poor visibility conditions and rely on instruments. We call it an instrument rating. Timothy McCormack did not have the okay, just read that he did not have the required certificate that would have allowed him to fly legally, when the visibility was less than three miles where he could use the instruments on his chopper to guide him through the gloom and rain that invalid Manhattan on Monday, an FAA spokeswoman said this revelation came as National Transportation, Safety board, investigators were trying to pinpoint what caused the deadly helicopter crash in midtown Manhattan. So I'm sure that many of you have seen some of the video from this incident or just prior to crashing in the top of into the top of this building. There was some cell phone video of the helicopter literally diving almost right down, and then recovering from that. Dive before hitting the water or whatever he was flying over. And so this all makes sense. Now when I saw that I'm thinking, was a guy on drugs, or was he drawn Kerr was he just, you know, fooling around what's going on here? But now it makes perfect sense to me when you're in a situation where you're in a wide out condition or you end up in a vertically flying into instrument meteorological conditions. If you're not an instrument rated pilot is very, very easy to get disoriented pretty quickly and it. So now what looks like happened in this video is that he got disoriented and then somehow exited the bottom of this cloud layer, and then was in clear, air, and could see the ground or the water or whatever it was. He was above. And so he realized is situation pulled out of the, the dive. And unfortunately, I guess found himself again in these instrument. Missions if it were me, and I was not instrument rated I was stayed below the clouds and as low to the ground as possible to keep that from happening again. But apparently, he didn't and he ended up getting disoriented againing crash on top of this building, apparently. Which is said. And I mean, there's all kinds of different ways your body, tricky, when you don't have visual input to your eyes to, you know, it seems like it would almost be easy to know if you were remaining upright or if you're turning to one side or another. If you've never had that experience of being disoriented, where you don't have visual input or good visual input, where everything is kind of just blink around, you enduring training, you're really taught to rely on those instruments, because your body's good at tricking you into thinking that, oh, hey, I'm starting to turn here. I need to turn back the other direction. And then you can end up turning and basically spinning yourself all the way down and losing altitude, same thing with pitching up pitching down. Yeah. This is a shame that if out himself in those conditions, and was not able to stay out of them for long enough, not to get disoriented again. I'm sure that those of us who have instrument ratings. Remember, the first time that you were flying with somebody that did have an you did not. And how you could you're swearing that we have to be upside down. I mean this, you know, I remember flying with the, the first air force instructor pilot when I was brand new and basically, my first flight in a in a jet, and I was just thinking that this guy that I'm sitting next to a God, the can't believe that he's able to fly this airplane without crashing it, because I swore I was at least in the ninety degree hundred twenty degree Bank. And of course, we were straighten level. That's what the instrument said. And, you know, a real real instrument flying for those of you out there who are private pilots without instrument ratings. And you've done some maybe some flying under the hood, some kind of device to restrict your your visibility. The of outside, and you're just relying completely on your instrument panel instruments. It's not quite the same thing. Wouldn't you say Steph that sleek? Because so imagine if you're in, you know, so, certainly this days, the video that I've seen from it is pretty pretty murky day. So not even a lot of ambient light, even though is daytime hours, so in year, just under the hood or you have something restricting your visions that you can only see, you know, your instrument panel you're still getting light coming in from that direction, and your by you can still sense that which direction the light is coming from so that gives you some sort of spatial awareness that you really don't have if the if it's low light conditions. Yes. And Liz was asking in the chat room. Is this the same kind of thing that happened with JFK junior and not exactly the same because he was never in the clouds, but it was one of those days where there was not a distinct horizon. So technically it was visual meteorological conditions so he wasn't. Doing anything illegal. But because there wasn't that reference to a horizon in the distance. He completely lost perception of which way was up which way was down. And then he got disoriented that's easy to do. So he was described as an experienced a in a very capable of. Guide been doing a lot of flying. I'm just a bit surprised that he wasn't it. Right. It surely he was had been around long enough to have got a writing if he if he wanted one. Yeah, well apparently the kind of flying that he was doing for that company. He was a he was commercially rated pilot, but he didn't have the instrument rating. And apparently he didn't have to have it as long as he flew in daytime, you know. Yeah. Yeah. Sightseeing tours, and he was an instructor as well from what I recall reading, so. Yeah, I agree with you, Nick. It's a little strange that you would go on to get all those ratings and have that type of job, not have an instrument rating as well. But. His required. And you know it wasn't. Condition whether around new, you can be a bit don't she fish? Oh, yeah. Yeah. So another classic case of somebody that didn't have the qualifications to be flying in those conditions ended up finding themselves there. And sometimes it's a happy ending. And sometimes not Robert in the Tattenham says that instrument ratings are much less common in helicopters. Yeah. I think that would make sense. Yeah. I, I think there are a lot of helicopters, that don't even have the capability of flying in instrument conditions. Right. He also mentions that the helicopter must have autopilot to be instrument approved rain. I'm not sure seeing those pretty nice helicopter that may have had that capability, but I don't know. So. Anyway, so an interesting story, but the, the good news, the bad news, of course. Was that the pilot lost his life? The good news is that nobody else did. Next story. A passenger mistakes an exit door for the toilet on a p. I a Pakistani international airlines flight this from the express Tribune. Authorities say that thirty seven passengers offloaded flight delayed for seven hours, only thirty seven passengers flight delayed for seven hours woman aboard a Pakistan International Airlines flight sparked panic on Saturday, after she mistakenly opened the emergency exit thinking it was the toilet the national flag carriers plane was on the runway at the Manchester airport when she pressed the button opening the emergency exit door. Loops consequently, the aircraft's airbag shoot. In other words, the door side opened and thirty seven passengers had to be offloaded from the aircraft. Let's see the when the woman was asked why she had opened the emergency door. She said that, she thought it was the toilet. Authorities say that the planes, airbag shoot had opened by mistake. I just read that again. They're putting these extra sentences over and over and over again. Of an airplane has a about two in the two. That looks like a kind of looks like a an Airbus to me. But I don't know if that's an Airbus or Boeing, neither do I. Neither do I, I was trying to look to see the markings around the stabilize. Click eighteen Hw, his cuddle tile, bump posses tend to have that tail bumper just scraping. The town. Okay. Triple seven there were thirty seven passengers on this triple set while that's a very light flight. Yes. I, I got a great big damn leva not a button. But so. Two one two. She thought she was. I don't think it was just about neither that, that seems. More to the story. I think that's what journalists could have gotten this wrong. So there is that possibility. Or, you know, people do strange things for all kinds of strange reasons. Give all kinds of strange answers. Such straw thought it was the the door. Yeah. No. You didn't you doing? Something else point crazy. Sorry journalists. The journalist. Sheeting slide down the slide and have appeal. It scared. The Piazza ver was able to get on the slide. Oh man. Well, so much more. We could say about that, but why waste the time exactly. Here's a feel-good story item. See when a group of forty one fifth graders and their chaperones on their way to a school trip had their flights canceled at Oklahoma city's will Rogers world airport. Delta Airlines gate, agents stepped into save the day, the students were traveling from Tulsa to Richmond Virginia for a school trip to Washington DC, that had been in the works for almost a year when they were notified by Fort Worth based American Airlines that their flight was cancelled and there were no alternative flights available. According to ABC affiliate, K, O, C, O news. I wonder if they pronounce that cocoa I would again, this is from the Dallas news dot com last week after being stranded verse six and a half hours. The students were finally able to visit the nation's capital American offered the group of refund and chaperones for the students were disappointed. They were unable to make other travel arrangements through the airline that's when to Delta Airlines gate agents, who witnessed the event when to work. The employees contacted Delta's headquarters in Atlanta, and imagine managed to fly one of the airline's, spare aircraft to Oklahoma City just to take the more than three dozen students to Richmond. This is a quote from kera horn, one of the agents in Oklahoma City who helped the group we were so thrilled to have been able to make such a difference in the days of each and every one of these kids, it was absolutely amazing. This is from one of the chaperones. It was absolutely amazing. Delta corporate came in and just said, we'll just give you the whole plane. Not good. They didn't actually give them the whole plan. They they, but they. That was would be very generous airplane. Take care of it. Yes. Treat it well then you'll have to put the your own fuel in it to make the flight now. So obviously delta found an opportunity for some great positive PR, and they had an airplane, which was not a cheap thing to do. And they ended up picking up those kids got them to their destination. And I'm sure that, that did not make American Airlines very happy. But. Like we do that. Sometimes, you know, the man, not had an extra having the right resources in the right place at the right time. And. I'm just curious would acne. Add lines have done the same now. Probably not. We don't have those resources, Nick. I mean it's really just the coffee fund keep it going. Will we don't have any airplanes, actually? But if we had some virtual spare airplanes, we would have done that. Yes. We would've virtually flown them. Yes. And. The real thing. Yes. And everybody would have been virtually happy. Tulsa, Tulsa knocking way. Maybe you're right. Maybe no, you're right. You're correct. Whatever. Yeah. They were somewhere. There is someone on. One of those acme the right run at us. It was Oklahoma City because remember reading the will Rogers airport. So, yeah, that's it. Good point. That was Tim that said, then, by the way, where is well roaches world. I wanna get visit it's in nearby. Oklahoma City I what is a will Rogers wild. Well, there's will Rogers in this was his world. Yeah. Airport. They made his well too. It was a small world. Okay. Yeah. All right. Moving on. This is an interesting occurrence that just happened a couple of days ago Collins aerospace is coordinating with safety regulators and its equipment clients, after a GPS connection outage on its parts resulted in the cancellation of hundreds of flights especially flights on aircraft operated by US regional carriers. The US Federal Aviation Administration had few date details to share about the groundings on eight and nine June, primarily caused by the Collins aerospace, GPS dash four thousand s sensor, that connects aircraft with GPS satellites affected carriers do not expect more delays or cancellations related to the problem as they await for answers from Collins, in the FAA Collins, spokeswoman says the company identified a technical issue with more with one or more of its GPS products impacting availability to connect to the network on ten June. The company says it determined the route. Cause and the resolution this is flight from flight goat global dot com. We are engaging with our customers to ensure continued safe operational capability. She adds the FAA on ten June says carriers in both Europe and North America reported the GPS problem to the agency. The carriers did not divert flights to the anomaly, published an air traffic advisory on nine June ordering aircraft receiving GPS connective failure to coordinate with the FAA before departing for work into determine that we are working to determine the cause of the problem, which may have resulted from a software update to the aircraft, navigation systems. The FAA says it a statement, the FAA tracks flights on radar in addition to using satellite technology. So airborne aircraft are under continuous surveillance by air traffic control. The Marty says it's coordinating with Collins after a large portion of it. C R J series aircraft was affected by the GPS connective failure on its regional aircraft carrying Collins navigate. Gatien parts. We are assessing the situation and our focuses insuring impact on our customers is as limited as possible. They say so. Apparently, I believe it was dispatcher? Mike was saying something that they think that there is something about the some kind of a table, some kind of an almanac or something that the GPS use the GPS system uses and that it was out of date, and they were they needed to upload a new version of the almanac, but they were not planning on to doing that, until, like Saturday. So sorry if you have these systems that rely on this accurate information from the saddle satellite Ray, which I thought was interesting. It was either the US coastguard, or the US air force that was responsible for maintaining the almanac. Whatever that is in relation to the GPS satellite. Arrays. Apparently the cheap. Yes updates at this time of the year on it moves a leap, second to keep in time with the fact that the us rate of rotation changes so every two and a half years, they have to whip a second away from us, and they the new almanac spice being place and it wasn't. So it's amazing how one second of era can make such a difference. It's amazing that it only affected that on that particular companies version of the GPS receivers in because I think most of acme a main line was not affected at all. It was only mostly these bombarded as CR, j that were mostly effect. These airplanes have feels and DNA they do they do. I mean I, I know other apple in the states nowadays, that doing a white with. Conventional as citizens styles and relying entirely on GPS approaches at night. I don't think so. Although I have found myself in a couple of situations where the, the runways that we needed to use because of like extreme winds situations were only using are an Naveh approaches, GPS approaches, and the, the, the equipment that I was flying at the time didn't have that capability and so, you know, I can see that. There are some limited circumstances where that could affect your capabilities. But yeah, I it may have been one of those things that nobody really knew what to do at the point where this occurred in finally, the maybe somebody said, you know, we can fly, these things the al-tash way with the awards and courses. And that kind of thing we're all supposed to know how to do that, right? Yeah. Kind of what I was getting at all. No. Wrong on some of this, because I've been kind of just in this. Black hole of my own work recently. But I thought there was something else going on with those particular especially the Sierra where even though they do have the capability to fly those approaches, it's still runs through the same system, somehow airplane. So everything was kind of affected or they're very limited in what they could actually use for various types of. Intentionally being a little vague there, because I think that was something that I may or may not have read somewhere on the internet. Which is always correct. Yeah. That's always if it's on the internet's if someone someone is was flying one of those affected aircraft. And you would like to leave us some feedback about what you were were not able to do that stuff that might be flying that airplane. There you go. I have a feeling he was affected. And I think he is opposed to go fly tomorrow on a trip. And he's said it's going to be very pleasant. And he's free sending feedback him when he gets to spend. More about him. I think you might be right stuff that, that somehow and Meyer playing the aren't ABC GPS related stuff is kind of separate from the same. It's not a big name software system, or display system, or whatever. So, like I said, I'd I'm not up on all the specifics of that, because I certainly don't have experience with those particular their Crafter units. But. Someone will vote for us. Yes, somebody. I'm sure several will. So that was an interesting little occurrence that happened just a couple of days ago. But it just shows you rather than in days when you used to get a navigation system outage. It would affect one Ampato one area. Now, GPS can aground a, you know, a great number of that cropped old at once is just amazing, the impact had all of the states, and in Europe and you go she will so dependent becoming cited dependent on these systems that have if they fold ova then the whole thing seems to be grinding all Domino's good. That's when the F A announces all these shutdowns of all these ground based navigational aids, and I know they're expensive to maintain but I'm thinking gab that those satellites that are orbiting the earth, or in geostationary orbit or whatever, if something like this a little hiccup occurs than it. Just shuts down everything. Now there are multiple, you know, the GPS satellite Ray is one of the what one of four global. One, the GM. The America militry that the three I know this another one. I saw a graphic, and I think there was like three or four of these things listed. So it's not like you know that if one goes down that they're all gonna go down. But still, I think that's putting all our eggs in one basket, which is the idea and six Iraq, especially for this modern world that relies so much upon you know, aviation to get people around the world. So not only Asian, you know, just go back to dead reckoning. What's really sad? Is that how many people don't know how to read a map of no terrifying, actually? Yeah. I mean it would it would really just. The whole world would come to, to a screeching halt. I think that if we didn't have Archie PS systems. People go go figure out how to read a map and just have. Yeah. Pay attention to where you're going in the street names and stuff done that then have to stop show so you can fix yourself on the map. Well that I can't do so. Maybe not quite that old. Hash has take saves the DB's. We used to fly the seven twenty sevens from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach to New York Boston and all the places up out over the water. You know, the Atlantic Ocean there, where it kinda curves in the Atlantic coastline. And just using and e bees. It was kind of a joke. Really? I couldn't really lead doing. Luckily, there was radar coverage, so it'd go. Yeah. Wandered way. So, yeah. What's your headache? Showing you a little bit. Of course there fi this heading for a while. Okay. Was just like a little little arrow pointing like the top or bottom of the case, and you're making these adjustments to keep it in the general area to be much different than today's very precise. Yeah. Yeah. I remember doing end EP approaches. Numb precision approaches and you're supposed to keep within five degrees. You know of prime Changle Costa needles just drifting around and it's going light, plus minus ten degrees that how do you keep five degrees? But the needle is just drifted around line that push the head drag the tail. Right. Yeah. But I mean, you'd be straightened Evelyn the needle to just be swinging, especially when he got close to it. Yeah, it was being blamed mother wind. Oh, those are the days. All right. Moving onto our last time in the news folder, which is now we've talked about this company, Paul Allen, one of the co founders of, Microsoft, he came up with this great idea. He was a v- aviation enthusiast and a dreamer for something called straddle on, and it was gonna be a sound like Italian is going to be ah a system where they would use an airplane to launch rockets. So. I guess that's people were saying that's a more efficient way to launch a rocket, because it doesn't have to use all that energy and propulsion to get the thing going off the ground. You're already at way up in the air, and then you launch the thing and, and whatever. So they came up with this airplane design and we've talked about it before. And it honestly to be looks like some kind of prehistoric creature with the six jet engines, and basically, the cockpit areas of, I think, two two seven forty seven cockpits they used or something to come up with this. I dunno. It's a very strange looking airplane actually two separate, fuselage's joined together by a center wing section, and then the left and right wings, and the left and right wings, have three engines apiece, and it looks like it has, I don't know how many force for eight twelve helped me twenty four twenty four main gear tires. On each said. Yeah. And looks like about four or eight nose wheel tires. Anyway, it's a very strange looking contraption. It made its first we talked about on the show just a couple of months ago, it made its maiden flight. And there are some video out there of it, lumbering along and made a couple of low passes. And finally landed I was kinda surprised actually that they made the made him flight because before the maiden flight Paul Allen. The guy that put an all this money to create straddle on died. And I think I mentioned on the show, if not, I mentioned, it to other people that I would be surprised at this whole project kept going because he's gone now and he was the visionary for this. And sure enough looks like the board of directors for the company, and in particular his sister, Jo Jody, Allen, basically, put. The KYW botch on the project. Yeah. And they are abandoning their efforts now to build. Oh, they said that it was kind of telling late last year after Paul had died. Jody Allen basically abandoned efforts to build a series of rockets to be launched from the large carrier plane. And so if just took a little bit of time before they finally said, yeah, no, we're not going to do this anymore. So we're not gonna see this big ole huge strange looking airplane anymore. Apparently, it's a shame make it could have apparently, it would have taken off with one million two hundred thousand pounds of weight, which is a five hundred and forty tones, a metric tonnes pretty impressive pace kit could've carried something the size of sentence. Five really? That's amazing. When you think about the. Yeah. So, yeah, I think it's sad because I thought that was pretty a pretty cool concept, it was very neat to see such a huge airplane. Lumbering down the runway and coming in for landing and. I don't know. Maybe somebody else will out out there will say you know what that, that was a good idea. And hopefully they won't scrap the airplane and make it into beer cans or something. Oh, okay. I misread apparently the wingspan was about the length of sentence. Five rocket would carry us at in five rocket which is shine Cassatt sounded pretty impressive Depp very impressive. These weird comparison say it's how as long as the Hindenburg as ship. Well, how many people? How long? What the heck is a Hindenburg airship. I'm really what I think the wingspan was more than a football field, right? Or maybe a couple eight hundred ninety five eight. There you go. Three hundred feet for a American gridiron football field. So, yeah. In relatable terms. Yeah. Soccer. It was going to carry the Pegasus rockets, and it could carry multiple Pegase Pegasus excel rockets, extra-large visually. Very interesting. But wouldn't you agree? That is a very strange looking airplanes. Especially the way that kind of slopes down from where the wing root is down. They just found various bits of airplane, that might work and bolted them together. Yeah. Exactly. But I mean there other projects which much more conventional. So this a sorry, I some forty seven out with a modified wing that will be able to carry a rocket up, for example. And that's that's why virgin effort. Yeah. Yes. It is. Yes. Yeah. Interesting. Okay. Well, that's about it for the news. So, I think now it's about time for us to move onto one of the best parts, the show, which is, of course, your great feedback. Incoming message. So last show, we played some audio that mica recorded he interviewed Mark rub off, which is or who is a member of our ABC community. And he's also into technology in a big way, especially artificial intelligence. And I thought we go ahead and play the remainder of the interview. And I believe that's about six and a half minutes worth of the rest of this audio. So let me cue that up. It's just amazing. And it's mind boggling really mind boggling. Just as we don't necessarily know right down to the blue plants in the architecture. How the human mind works, right? We don't always know how the neural networks, the artificial intelligence programs come up with their predictions. We just dribble to test those predictions, and we can verify their accuracy. This gets to a really interesting point about not, not just artificial intelligence like this. Not just artificial intelligence for maintenance artificial intelligence for flying an airplane or driving a car. Right. So we know that lots of companies right now are working on the self driving car Tesla's, working on a Google's working on Ford's working on it, right? Uber. Right is working on it. And a big piece of making these cars drive themselves is artificial intelligence. Right. You have to have a system, essentially taking all of the sensor data that those cameras are creating that those radar systems are creating that the light art systems are creating those are car census. Like our human senses. Right. So you need you need a system that can interpret all that information in real time and then make a decision do I speed up. Do I slow down? Right. Is there a ball that just came out on the road is our deer that just came out on the road or moose main at to swerve out of the way? Right. And the technology to do that exists. A problem in aerospace, and I'll, I'll mention it's actually much easier to create an AI driven airplane than it is to create an AI driven car because third dimension of air travel threes, a lot of the constraints that you have in making a self driving car in unpredictable dynamic environment. But any case, you can you can create a self-driving airplane today, based on artificial intelligence, lots of Aren d- work in that space, a lot of academic work in that space just doing it on things like flight simulator. John jr. Is how do you certify in a software system that sits in the cockpit because, as we know aviation is a highly regulated industry, and because it's highly regulated, you just can't throw in systems and software willy nilly. Right. We live on that from the seven thirty seven mex- indeed. So, yeah, a big part of. The certification process in, in avionic software is looking at each line of code in the software and verifying that the code does what you intended to do. Well. You don't have code in system. You have a system that does some action based on its self learning of data you feed it, and you can't verify. The path took from interpreting that data to creating the execution algorithms, that it uses suffi- the airplane. That's why we sometimes in the air, I feel call a is a block FOX. Technically we call it non deterministic software. So do you certify non terminus dick software? That's a major question that I'm working on in the industry. So, yeah, I think. Good answer to that question is, how do you certify a human pilot? You take that pilot on check ride, right? We take a pilot of check ride. Are you worring up his brain with diodes and taking scams of the neurons firing his brain? Make sure that the firing in the correct manner force not right. You've trained pilot on procedure, and in a check ride. You're observing that the pilot executes procedure correctly. And if you're she doesn't, and more training until you can retake the check ride. I think that's how we're going to certify artificial intelligence systems. Right. You're going to train them, and then you're going to test them, and the really neat thing about a I is, you can have an AI system, take a thousand check rides each and every time. It gets ready to take a flight have taken thousand simulated check rides passes. Those check rides and can do it with right? Compute power instantaneously. Right. You have the same level of proof that the IS system knows how to find the plane as you do the human pilot. This is, of course that you have an AI system that can react. And when required react creatively to oh, host of unforeseen situations. So question is, if you train an AI system to fly airplane on procedure, and you recreate the situation that led to the miracle on the Hudson, will the system figure out that they can land the plane in the Hudson river? And that's a question that. We're working to answer in the industry today. I actually am pretty optimistic that with the right training systems, right simulations, you can see a I perform creatively and handle the type of. Scenarios that make people worried about computer, airplane, Mark at sense, just fascinating, and I'm amazed and I think we could probably talk all night about this, frankly, really liked to. But it's as AP G, and they already go three and a half hours of show. So thank you so much for meeting me here. And it's so great to meet you. And I hope you have a great trip back in your based in LA flying back tomorrow. Yep. Based in LA flying back tomorrow evening after another workday in Boston. Have a great flight. And thanks again, for the airline pilot gay here in wells, Maine, at the main diner, this is your main man Mike and we're signing off. Thank you very much, main, man mica, lots of Maine stuff going on their main lining, right there. So what do you think this artificial intelligence? I think it's got a long way to go before it has any capability, that's even close to what the human brain is capable of. You see these rights, that a special to be a pound by and the they say, well, all right. Can navigate round this coal here, and it can recognize simple objects, etc. When you compare even that. And then very good at doing that with the complexity of the environment, the we walk in Jeff. I think yeah, I'm going to be well, dead and buried before it, even gets pasta experimental stage. But interesting, I was reading an article about robotics, and artificial intelligence in such, and one of the chief, engineers. I'm not sure exactly what her title is she worked at I robot. And now she's with this new company. Again, I forget the name of the company, but she was being interviewed, and she was talking about artificial intelligence and such a night. And I took this little soundbite from this little video that I was watching. This is not completely edited. So I'll do that in post, but let me just play this and it's, it's very telling I think regarding this whole thing again. Good. Now. Okay, Clark is the co founder, vice president of engineering at bay or robotics. She got her start in the field working for I robot the maker of the roomba. One thing I learned in twenty years of building robots is that people are amazing. The more you try to automate things. The more you realize that there are so many things that people do naturally without even thinking about it, that are difficult or impossible automate, so, with that means is that when you want to build manufacturing applications that are, especially that are flexible and quick to create and change that human interaction is a really critical part of that. You can't actually pay off the cost of full automation over the lifetime of a product. So there you go. Plea didn't work. So again, this doesn't have anything to do with, you know piloting airplanes. And that kind of thing, but it does talk about the Tien the creative aspects of coming up with a new way of doing something. And the, the fact that the, the human mind is, is so capable of doing so much that we don't even realize what it's doing going back, more to the kind of the first part that they would that'd be played less show. They're automating or at least using. Purdue ways to figure out when something that's going to reach the end of its useful life. So even like the seat that you're sitting in on the aircraft. I think that's a great use for, for this technology. You have data. You can build those models on, I still don't think it, it can't be the end all be all if you see something that's more now before its time. Don't just ignore. No. Oh. Well, you know, the, the computer system will tell us when it's time to replace this anyway. So I think you, you can certainly use all kinds of artificial intelligence and artificial predictive modeling systems to augment. What people are doing with their human intelligence. I mean, there's some things that this just is perfect foreign and superior in doing. And then there are other things that I don't think that a an artificial intelligence robot or whatever you wanna call it can do can't match. What? Our human brains can can, too. I don't think it can replace that. Honestly. So as long as, as long as we're developing all that, let's not lose our human intelligence the same time. It's not a excuse to stop. Are you talking? Hey, maybe time to bring in the AP G robots and get control of the show. You know. You know, another twelve months, we'll just. It'll be so much easier to do the show won't it just show up in like press a button. And I'll just that's all you all you do. Now travel is list. It will be a is is. Well, yeah. All. I mean. Isn't that the dystopia in future? Worries about robots taking over everything. It was one of those click bait kind of headlines that I ended up stumbling upon that little bit about robotics and artificial intelligence. I think the, the headline was robots have to be put in cages to protect the humans. And so it made you think that we gotta put the robots in cages, so that they don't go out of control and take over the world. Well, actually said, no. They're, they're bolted down the cages. Are there actually to protect him ins from accidents getting into the way of these robots? You know, these big arm swing around and doing all these mechanical actions. So I thought, yeah, I, I was a sucker. I daren't thinking, yeah, they're taking over the world. So anyway, so thanks again, mica, and Mark for that, that was a very stimulating conversation. I think. All right item, number two from Tim. He's in the chat room. I think it was really cool. New listener here really enjoying the show. I always wanted to be a pilot, but due to financial restraints in my younger days pursued a career in public education. Instead, I was not able to start flight training until three years ago at age forty five at that point, my only intent was to fly for fun. The idea of being a professional pilot was absolutely nowhere on my radar. Then I found out about the current state of affairs in the airline industry shortly after getting my private certificate and late twenty sixteen. I spent the next seven months, getting my instrument rating commercial certificate CFI NC double on. I quit my job as a high school assistant principal and started teaching flight lessons. Fulltime fast forward to today, and I am now in the midst of training for my new job at a regional airline. Great news. Yes. All right. So even as I type all this, I still have to pinch myself to make sure it's real. I am truly a blessed. Man. I'm not sure if you or your listeners would be interested in hearing any of my story, but just in case here are the limited topics on might be able to intelligently contribute to one midlife crisis, or I mean career change to owning an airplane that pays for itself, all of your flight training, and more income on top of that, number three, building time as a CF I for how hard it is to get a regional job. And choose the right company, five training for your first one Twenty-one job. He means a part, one Twenty-one airline flying type of job. And it's really like drinking from a fire hose, hint, or no. Is it really like drinking from a fire hose hint? No, it's more like getting run over by a fire truck. Wow. That's worse. Painful very painful and potentially career ending. Yes. The couple of random coincidences from a recent episode. I'm a musician. I used to be in the middle a middle school band. Folks, gives me let me read that again. I'm a musician used to be a middle school band director and one of my training classmates lives in London, Kentucky. That is a coincidence, because we're going to be passing London. Kentucky on our way up from Atlanta to Dayton next month. Keep making these great podcasts really enjoying listening. I also plan to check out a live recording. Apparently, he did according to Steph and joined the chat room soon. Cheers, Tim lake so. And they're in the chat room says shouldn't you be studying wasting time with this rubbish? Is tomorrow. Yeah. By now. You don't know if I now today's the day to relax and just. And, and just drink. So, so, yes. So is, is pip saying being self deprecating calling himself rubbish. No, he's referring to us. We are the rubbish tried to turn that. But it didn't work. Nice try good to see you, Tim. Great. Thank you for your great feedback. Thank you for being in the chat room with us and yeah, maybe. Yeah. Very, very good luck for you tomorrow. I'm sure you won't have a problem at all. That's awesome. Free drinks at the hotel in one hour. He says. Well, I don't know. I'm gonna make it in an hour. Well, the, the person to give the free drinks to the Blake disconnect to your check, right. Yes. So maybe when we're stopping through in London. No, he said it was a friend of his never mind, that's not where he is. Whereas Tim right now. I don't know. Anyway. Good luck, Tim. Three Swedish Mustaf. Hey guys, this article I thought it might interest, you from USA today, and the title of the article is on, autopilot, quote pilots are losing their basic flying skills. Some fear after Boeing seven thirty seven max crashes. And I'm not gonna read the article here will put this in the show notes that basically, there are talking about the, the whole seven thirty seven issue in the fact that there are presented within with a real problem and they had to use their their skills and their intuitions. And they're, they're human thought processes to get themselves out of it, and keep the airplanes from crashing. And this article kind of examines that, and whether you know, was this, obviously, clearly, this was some kind of a problem caused by a faulty system. There's no there's no arguing that. And we can talk. About all the problems with Boeing in the F A A and how the whole thing was certified. And the fact that cruise weren't trained on the system and what it does and not only that they weren't even told about it initially, but something that this article raises that I've been taking about ever since I heard these, these crashes is that, you know, as pilots shouldn't we have the capability to, to analyze situations, and I remember this from, I don't you've probably do as well, Nick through your military training, and probably people out there with non military training were taught this as well. When you have a situation, you maintain aircraft control analyze the situation take the appropriate action, and then we always added Landis ins conditions permit. So when you have abnormally emergency situation, the first thing you do always. Maintained aircraft control and then analyze what you have, and was that possibly a problem in these two crashes. Yes, there was a bad system. It got them into a really really bad place. But did they do the best job, they could to maintain aircraft control and analyze a situation and I would argue that the answer may be no? So again, and we've talked about it a lot on the show ever since I started podcasting in two thousand nine so almost ten years now that we are concerned I am concerned. Many of us are concerned the NTSB is concerned that pilots are losing their skills their basic fundamental flying skills. And this is something that we really have to pay attention to. Sadly has been a situation that's been growing since the nineteen fifties. When Audubon starting started becoming prevalent enact crow. There's nothing new using old upon. It's for the great majority of flight, it's being going on increasing, and now or actually obliged, many cases to use all the pundits because the space has become so crowded. And the separation so small that would not let end set spaces without an old, I pilot engaged and not just on bowl, but using it, and yeah, it my father used to complain about exactly the same thing. He said we did long hope flying. We see what upon it for as an is. And then we just practice at hand flying on the approach a ham playing on the takeoff and nothing has changed from the seventies when he was flying. So. In it if anything it's, it's getting worse, as systems become more complicated was a bit simpler when he had a back that what that many things that guy wrong. But nowadays, things can be mosques by systems that to help us that, you know, might actually induce a problem that went out aware of and requires a lot of a great deal of technical knowledge to what you around and workout, what is going wrong? And. Shoot. Just lost my train of thought. It's just it's it's chugging off into the distance. But o of great concern to me is that and I know somebody personally, many of us know this person who is part of our ABC community, who's going through a program now and Indianapolis, it's regional airline has come up with something called lift, which is a program to bring people in with very little flying experience, just, you know, basic ratings and some I start without any ratings at all. And to kind of train them to a level where the they'll have the experience necessary and build up the time necessary to get on with a regional airline, and then, of course, you know, rapidly get more experience more knowledge of flying, and then eventually get on with a major, but this person was telling me, and I was asking him, and I met him several times when I've had layovers Indianapolis and I said, well, you know, how much, you know, he's talking about the, the program, and I said, how much manual flying or do they mean? Empha-. Cise manual flying skills at on said, actually they discourage manual flight and that almost everything they do is completely with the automation. And I said, did you ask them? Do you think that's a good idea? He said, no. I don't think it's a good idea. And I have you asked them why and he said, because this is the way they do it in the airlines. Whether going to train them. I know but most airlines out there, sadly, Nick, that is the case, I know we know some folks who have quite a bit of flying experience who work for airlines that already have these could type program sore seeing these folks come in with, you know, not a whole lot of hours after going through some of these. Avenue programs more or less, and they've been more or less very impressed with equality of pilots that are coming up through these programs. So I don't know. I think there's I think there's but what, what different factors. They're oppressed with what kind of qualities, and the and that's, that's a good question. But, I mean just knowing the procedures and knowing procedures the aircraft will because they've trained them specifically to that aircraft and for the company's procedures and standard operating procedures. But how well do they know the just the fundamentals of things in the basics of systems, and how they operate when they find themselves in a situation where system is not working the way supposed to work, and they don't have time to pull out the cure, h or look at the system to lead them through all the stuff they need to do to resolve the situation? Sometimes you have to throw all that out the window and just do what you think is necessary to do to say. Everybody's life on an airplane, and, you know, how do you how do you. I don't know. And I think there's different levels of supervision, that happens for these, these pilots when they come out of their training in terms of what types of captains fly with or other personnel on the flight deck. So I don't know. I I I'm not I'm not saying I don't agree with your point here because I do one hundred percent. Saying, I haven't been to these programs. So I don't know how much is emphasized in those areas like to think that they are. But I think one is probably a little bit different. Yeah. I think we're all agreeing same thing, and I have heard the same things you've heard as well stay, I'm just wondering, you know, really how how prepared to these people to, to handle a situation that presents itself that they've never seen before. And, and Rick bell, major bell. They're in the chat room is basically really hit the nail on the head. You know, there's one thing there are certain skills to have to be a professional airline pilot, but there are other things many, many more things involved in, in good airmanship. And it's you know, the other I'm just throwing out all the. Not perceive, negatives, Buddhists, different arguments, people give for different routes of training help people come up through their their flying careers. And I know a lot of folks argue that. Sitting rates heat, as CFI beating up the pattern with primary flight training, students might not be the best training either forgetting to the airline world. I don't know. I still think that involves an awful lot of having to pay attention to what's going on with the aircraft itself, and being aware of different flight characteristics and potential for for failures. And, you know knowing what the person next to you is doing while, they're handling the aircraft and some people like Steven Ivy and others part of the community. They're out there flying survey kind of stuff will say, you know, some people say, well, how in the world could that possibly relate to transfer to flying airliners with a hundred and fifty three hundred passengers on board. I would argue that I think it's great training because most of these this kind of flying involves hand flying the airplane and precision flying hand flying the airplane, and you. It's just a matter of becoming one with the airplane and developing your airmanship, and in your very likely to be in a situation every now and then that is not normal in an emergency situation. And usually you're the only one on the airplane. So it's up to you. You know, the buck stops with you, and you need to handle the emergency and keep yourself alive. And so I, I think that kind of flying is, is good. Experience to have. I mean just breaking those basic skills flying airplanes. Now, you know how does it relate? In a crew concept kind of setting. Well, that's something you have to learn after you've had those basic skills. I think I think no matter which way you come up through your pilot training, there's going to be something that you're going to have to. Learn more about refine change potentially a little bit compared to the previous lying that you've done. It's all about being adaptable, and being professional and taking the time to want to learn those skills to apologize to, to major bell and others that have experience in the military. When I mentioned, the maintain aircraft control analyze the situation take the appropriate action Atlanta soon as conditions permit is the standard saying something we call stand up in pilot training. And I'm, I'm sure it's probably the same kind of thing for you as well. Neck, we would have a situation, we'd have a briefing in the morning or the afternoon, depending on where whether we're doing the early morning routine or the late in afternoon and evening routine. Where that it was called stand up and everybody in your class was in this room in your at your table with your other fellow students, and your instructor pilot at your table, and somebody would go up the front, and with would present. Situation. Okay. You're up here in the air, and you're flying along and flight and all of a sudden, you lose the right engine, and blah, blah, blah, blah, and then all of a sudden Lieutenant Nielsen, but would you do? I can't remember exactly what they said, you'd have to stand up from where you're standing or sitting and attention. And he's sir. I'd maintain aircraft control analyze the situation take the appropriate action in land as soon as conditions permit. And then you take your little kneeboard checklist and you start looking for this particular emergency, and you're reading the checklists and everybody is looking at you and they're all feeling like oh, thank God, they didn't. They didn't call on me to do this. It's truly high pressure situation and you're being judged by everybody, and you're being graded, and it's just a it's a very stressful situation. So I'm sorry, wreck that I brought back those memories. But it's hammered into you every single day that you're on the flight line, you know, maintain aircra-. Control analyze a situation Tapie appropriate action and land as soon as conditions permit. And you know that you can apply this to other aspects of your life, you know, maintain life control, analyze the situation take the appropriate, you just described my Wednesday. Really maintain personal control, and don't. Lose your cool. Yell at people naked, you have that kind of setup when you were doing your initial flight training. No. You didn't. You guys didn't do that. Now we used to have an image today. And I guess that they have some questions around. But now we went never that cruel to us. It was it was tough. It was it built character. That's for sure. Right, rick. And he says, maybe we should bring stand up to one Twenty-one training. Similar. Trauma, surgery or serotonin. Very stressful situation and say doctors you're getting on the spot. Even if you're not in the stressful situation, you're just on rounds. Let's like young could be on the spot at any point in time that it is also brutal. Wow. So you'll learn fast. Well, so I'll wrap this up. Thank you, Swedish Gustaf for, for sending us the link to this article, and there's so much more to be said about this whole topic. And I'm sure that this is not the last time you're gonna hear about it on the show. And police something will be done in the future to make sure that we don't lose these basic skills. And speaking of being put on the spot, I think we need to put somebody. On the spot. From his studio near the concord covered bridge and Smyrna, Georgia. It's barbecue master motorcycle, rider, pontoon, boat, skipper, underwater, photographer, and captain, for a major US legacy carrier, captain Dana. Hello. Only made it. We are to look at that he's in his uniform with the four stripes, and it looks good on you, man. The Fischl didn't bother to get changed at this came straight to the podcast. We're glad I was listening to you guys on the way on the drive in in. I would have to say one thing, it would be a far better show. If the atom fischel telling took over because of be far more, intellectual and smart. Informative improbably more accurate probably is show intelligence. It's not the real intention, artificial entertainment. If you ask me, they're already getting artificial entertainment. That's true. They want the real thing with all the with all the artificially intelligent entertainment, yet. Why wouldn't they all they wanted to real thing. Yeah, that's why the love you. Yes. That's why. Well, you're part of those guys. So thank you. Yes. So. So how, how are you? I'm doing great just finish. The four day trip we got in about fifteen eighteen minutes early, of course, in the last row, the airplane, that's beginning to sent into Atlanta when, when I get a day in the flight deck in. It's the fighting, yes. Somebody named to research buying them back here. She says she knows you. I said. I can happen to, to. And yes, she said, she recognized voice was wondering if you could save behind the say Hello. When you get off, well, actually, I do say goodbye. All my passengers and I don't leave the plane without one of the pilots on it. So I in no, no problem whatsoever. My first officer had to run kitchen commute home to New Orleans anyways. So I spent a few minutes, Saint Hello to t she does occasionally, actually tune in show she does work for the same company that you and I work for Jeff. I'm so is very nice and. I was my lake so I try to show off a little bit. Didn't do so well, but. A little bit windy day, but it worked out had interesting for daytrip and couple real fun challenges. And on this day trip, my first officer he is a f eighteen active f eighteen flyer for the US navy. And he got hired three three and a half years ago roughly in, then once he finishes, L E pretty much went out on mill leave because just like the lines militaries having shortages pilot. So they requested that he come back. So he came back, then he was out two years mind. You just finished. Oh E ON the mad dog came back after two years in the Aden. Five days of training. First day was in, in no, no Nowa systems. Fresher, other than that he had do. His own take his electric version of the test when he got back, then they gave him four days of Simms through into in swim into a check ride. And then three days of the mind, you, he never solidified what he had learned. When is here. I fast forward two years now. He's got you know you actually had him on probation. I had to review on them. So he was he was having a bit of trouble. He flies, very well as a fantastic attitude, but I ended up giving him couple my legs just get a whole lot more comfortable on a help them out in taught him. Some of the ins and outs of the avenue than the IS and ver- speed in how to use flight guidance, control panel, and even on my leg coming in here. I you know, help them with some some more. So if eels a whole up better than it for stats. That was a challenging four day trip for me in that regard. And I hit something else happened. I see we're gonna say some Jeff I know I was gonna say. Your your skills as an instructor certified instructor really came in handy there. And. Yeah. That and my previous experience on this aircraft and on the aircraft so well is a ground school instruct to in on those systems. So so well it was in enabled me really to put him in a situation. You know, there's some guys you know, listen not not everybody's like Jeff really nice most guys like me really not didn't know where you're going there. Thank you. You know, you get all types when you flying in certainly, you know, some guys would eat his lunch. And you know for the first leg I was with him. You know, you, you kinda query me of the, this guy tells me do this in this looked at, you know, you can have to be good chameleon, but just because one guy wants you do it one way. It's not necessarily the right way in one of them. Was that one pack on the ninety in? I know why guys do this. But one pack on the ninety is HP off the other one HP, you know in the high pressure position which it doesn't really matter if we get a little bit more airflow in the cotton. I get it. But the gnome operations is, is in a position h people enough. Right. Right. So we don't have that fan making all that noise. In the MD ninety, I said, you know, these these secrecy of different potty, guys, you just have to be community so but he had such a great attitude. I just I wanted to really go way above and beyond health, not, we had great trip in that. Yet. The real interesting thing happen. Was we had a repetitive Emile minimum Queant lists to book that we on the airplane. I that may not be familiar with EMI L is I'm sure if you're avid, listen of the show you note that is, but basically, it's a list of acquitted on the aircraft that we can go hit and dispatch. She airplane, that may be missing or inoperative, and the EMI L that has repetitive check EMI L, and it was on the elevator. Jet yesterday. Oh, you had that yet. Did they do it properly? Then yeah, you hope. What's interesting about it is, you know, they have two different procedures. Exactly. And so I know it's the same jet so ninety and had the there's a an NCAA shin that comes on to let us know because there's no indication for us what are control. Surfaces are doing. And one of the cheques, we do is or what the first officer does is he checks the tops. And so you turns the ailerons looking for any mining controls, and that kind of thing and looking for the spoilers deployed after a certain point when you're turning the control column to the left into the right. And then when you go forward him back, your look for an NCAA shin that says that the elevator as is at its limit. So you know that it's reached those full control limits. And if you don't see that will that's not normal. And then you have to do one of these two procedures Dana talking about here. And so when I got to the airplane early. Yesterday morning, I started looking at the minimum Queant lists procedures on how to do this, and there are very involved in one of the procedure one you go into the, the MC DU the s. Yeah. FM system and you into the maintenance area of the thing and you go through, I think he had to press forward forty five times or something like that to get to the left elevator sensor in the right elevator sensor, and then I found out, I don't know if you did that procedure or not. But the left side censor is not giving you any good information, and that's probably why the light is not working. So you have to really do the second procedure, and then involve somebody going outside and looking at the angle of the elevator based on what we what you're doing with the flight controls and something ridiculous like you're looking at something in relation to some kind of a little nut on the vertical stabiliser, and it has to be ten. Ten and twenty one thirty seconds of an inch correct. And I'm thinking, well, how do you tell what ten and twenty one thirty seconds is when you're standing on the ground, and the elevators up, there, thirty feet or whatever you can't? And that's, that's the whole point of where I was going with this. Yes, we had the exact same problem in Cleveland with a contract, maintenance person contract guy in Houston that did it. And so the funny part was is he's running through the first procedure hydraulics on. And look, that's it. Well, it's never gonna work the hydraulics on the on the ninety you'll never gonna get it to move. You have no hydraulic. So in Hughes, on the phone with MCC that was the amazing part, so they let him down the premise path, but, you know, the, the left side, it was gone between fifty four in one twenty five just flipping between those two numbers running second sensors ban between so census bad, obviously, so. So talking to he's trying to work the problem than he has me. You know moves the elevator up and down, as you know, he goes to the back of your plane on the ground. Looking up at it, and trying to figure out, you know exactly what you just mentioned. Step number three on procedure. Number two. So. Then I'm reading the San and then talking to me, it's main control say you fine. I sit where does it say in the Emil that you can combine procedure one in compared to? Now, he says you do one or the other one or the other the guy on phone in maintenance control was not a happy, man. Wait. I said, if you can tell me you can combine these two procedures that you can verify that step number three in the procedure. Number two, that you have used has been verified as the proper Pacific position. Then I'll be happy. I'm happy go. But I'm not I'm gonna stand my ground this because it's a fly control system. Hello, 737 max. I mean you know. Talking about elevator system. So I said, you know, we need to have the cheque properly in. He was not happy boy, so they went and got the cherry pick one up there with a steel rod in actually measured at to make sure it was within limits, and I figured it would be, but they tried to combine both these procedures which was incorrect. Yeah. Yeah. You can't just ball something from thirty feet below and say that sixteen and a half degrees. Ten and twenty one thirty seconds of ten twenty one three seconds. So that was my that was my in-command training, if you have an episode where you suck by guns. Learn something in, I got duty pout vol, comma, dispatcher. Because I wanna make sure that we procedure properly, you know, the EMI L, then he got the duty pilot to see what his thought was as a pilot. And then I bounced off my by works cheap office. He said, you know, everybody's complete agreement absolute perfectly in it was done properly after I insisted on being done properly in then, you know it all. They need to fix the thing, but that left sensor needs to be fixed because this is a major hassle. It's a made. It's every single lake. It's not something you can just sign off. It's something has to be done every single time and other than that couple really overnights ended up Cleveland overnight, and that was a very short overnight, by the way, this is reserved trip everybody. So this is a sign to me on the ninth day before it went out which was Monday. So Sunday got scientists had a long nationally and then end up getting Ono. Don't tell me this happened again. We it. No. But mine was a good one mine wasn't too bad. Actually, I was kind of upset because, you know, my favorite restaurant, and everybody knows listen to the show, the skull less gal in Baltimore. I got rerouted to eight almost eighteen our overnight from San Antonio were supposed to go for seventeen hours. Forty eight minutes got rerouted to Baltimore thinking, yeah, it gets to downtown going to scowl Fedun. I mean I'm getting in it like one thirty two clock in the afternoon perfect in its nine AM push. So get sleep in lacks beautiful Ono. Now, we go to the Annapolis hotel, which is about twenty five miles away from downtown Baltimore. So I'm thinking, okay. This is kinda like probably Dulles with industrial park, and not a whole lot around and have to walk quite a bit to get someplace eat. It's very someone did all this, actually. But as it turns out, they give you a free shuttle right downtown naps down by the naval academy and the waterfront. And it turned out to be it was a marvelous day sat on the waterfront. Looking at boats drinking some couple of happy hour specials in them, went and had some fantastic. Crabcakes. So on all is was a very nice overnight. And then watch the Bruins loose last night. So, but yeah, not a bad trip. Three legs, the first two to two and then three and lasting, so one. Excellent. That's my update. All right. Very good. Let's see, how are we doing for time, didn't pay close attention or required at the to our point yet? And maybe not quite we'll see Liz chimes in let us know where we are. Esta only, let's see, I don't think we're to fifteen minutes ago. Okay. So have about fifty minutes or so toward before we hit the to our point, we'll probably stick around until the point of plain tales. Okay. Here to take care of people work. Okay. Well the world runs on paperwork. You know, we're supposed to be in this paperless environment. Right. You're supposed to be you're right. You know, we have all these electron flight plans and everything else available to us. But guess what we still kill everything multiples of trees, every day with paper that we get gets printed with dot matrix printer at my company off the edge. The for freighted edges, still things still makes a racket and. Act me airlines must have bought the entire inventory of all the dot matrix printers in the world. And the paper that goes with it and in, in the Dead Sea scrolls. Yes, those are even the worst ones. Those terrible, the original acme, you know, had the kind of paper that folds every, I don't know what six inches or so. English sheets in eight by eleven sheet folds every eight eleven. Yeah. Well, actually it's like half that. I mean half, but the apparently the other airline with which we merged. They didn't they had, like continuous. That's why Dana mentioned the dead says it's like sometimes the agent will hand you this thing. And it's like just a big role. What am I supposed to do? We're the little handles. Like a role fax paper. Keeps on going and going wieldy for sure it's very. Be you know, we can just pull up our electric flight plan. And it's so much easier to manage than the stupid piece of paper, but were not officially allowed to use our electronic flight bulletin bag electric flight plan. Because it hasn't I guess the company hasn't given its blessing so, well, we can actually use as long as it's fair to fight against the paper copy, you have to have a paper copy, we have to have not sign off to be able to utilize only electric show. But I don't know if you saw the new update but when you pull up the flight plan electronially you can go ahead and put in your actual off time. And then update you your progress and they can put in fuel position times keeps you really in the loop a whole lot better. I think now and it's wonderful to that's been that way for quite some time HTML version of the electronic pine. Yeah. But you couldn't plug in the times. Yeah. I've been doing it for quite some time. Have you? Yeah. Yeah. That's just talked about that being laid updating. Oh, maybe, there's maybe there's something different. Maybe it doesn't even more than it. Did in the past. I don't know to check it out. Anyway. Oh, by the way. Somebody listening to our show works with four flight and is on the project too. Because four flight in Jefferson. I think kind of merge together. Right. Or they're in collaboration with each other with the Jefferson flightdeck pro-, which is the, the piece of software. We in our I- pads, and he, he sent me a note saying, hey, what do you think that acme is about to release? The latest version version four of it. Let me know how it is. And I thought I was running version, four Dana, and I'm thinking, I don't really notice much difference seems like pretty much the way it's been for the last couple of years. And then I realized that I went through all the procedures to make sure that I had the latest version and realized that I hadn't done it quite properly. And so yesterday when I was in Louisville, I finally got it working. So I have the new actual Jefferson flightdeck pro version four point zero one or whatever it is a Jefferson flightdeck pro x pro x I think, and it is really, really nice. You can see if you're familiar with four flight, you'll see a lot of that influence on what we're seeing now in the Jefferson flightdeck pro. So it's pretty slick still learning all the nuances of the software, but it's pretty cool. And that's why I think that software updated that actually knows that I could put put the times, but also is that mitt talking about in, in the actual Jefferson debt pro program. Or are you talking about the pipeline that you download via? I'm sorry. Yep. You're right. I'm I'm confusing two different things. So I don't know which one we're talking about here. But anyway, it's, it's good stuff. Reds always improving and the guy. I I'm sorry. I forgot your name, but who who works for the four flight and the integration good job, thumbs up like it. It's really get his name, actually. Okay. I it someplace to. Okay, thanks. I did notice that now we have a pink blob that surrounds our little airplane pointer had thing. And I I'm thinking, it must have something to do with our force field or something, you can see us in the movie map display on the stars in the cid's, and the, which we could before, but now has a big pink circle around it. So. Uncertainty the circle, that's probably what it really. Trust. The opposite. Whatever that it's yeah. Circle of distrust. All right. So while Dana is looking up that fine gentleman's name. I'm going to continue on with the item four Greg. I have a question about simulator training. I'm not a pilot, but I have taken the exploratory flight at my local flight training facility, and I have many or had friends who are pilots. Let me briefly take the controls while fine. I'm a very sensory person when it comes to motion type activities, for instance, if I'm driving and it's raining or slick out. I can feel my truck start to slide and I know that I need to make some sort of correction, slowdown or steer a certain direction Tetra, I think the same would apply to flying as well. Hence the reason I've never been very good with flight, simulators, or the P C, or in video games. I know the big multi axis, simulators, at least give you the sense of motion side of down, but I can't imagine that they can replicate the feel of the aircraft accelerating or decelerating with increase or decrease of thrust or the geez felt in turn. How do you deal with the lack of feel when doing simulator training, and this is from Greg Petersen? So these big multi access hydraulic. Stilt whatever you call them. What's a class d what, what's the specification full motion simulators that we use clarity, so it is amazing what they can do with these darn things, and make you feel like the airplane is really exceleron and decelerating and g forces, not so much. Because you pretty much mostly in one g conditions at all times. Although on occasion, it'll, it'll do something that will make you feel a little bit light in your seat. And sometimes a little bit heavier in your seat than regular one. G feeling based on the way. It's moving the, the simulator at self. And as I said, wouldn't you agree, guys that Steph, have you ever had the opportunity to be full motion simulator? I think the one that we did the hawker. Yep. In, in even more than more than that something that's actually a little more accessible to everyone in the general public, there's thinking, variety at DisneyWorld cut center soaring soaring. And also. There's another one too, that simulates, like a mission trip to Mars that replicates all kinds of g forces, you get very light in your seats and you've gone nowhere. You know, you're just in closed and it spins in different ways to different versions of it, too, right? The gentle version. And then the you know full motion. You know, if you're sensitive, you may not want to do that one. 'cause yeah. Unless you're queasy used to kind of feeling these kind of forces. She's right. But yes, you can again, Nick and Dana can, you know, you know, say that they do a pretty darn good job of making you feel like the airplane is. Exceleron. Decelerating. They do. Indeed. They, they get you so immersed. That sometimes you can forget in on a real airplane. Military, simulators have additional things try and give you feeding it g like they'll have a strap tightening system. So they, you can fail in a shout being pulled on whatever, but that, that never very successful, because, you know, g is such different failing you say, Greg, that you're a very sensory person, not on ideal thing necessarily in a crop because one of the things we've already discussed tonight is you'll census can be very easily fooled in an cross, if you learn to rely on y'all census and trust them, then you'll lead yourself out the couch and pop them because one of the things we have to learn when doing instrument flying, and Jeff is already mentioned United that. You can stop feeling that you'll nearly upside down, yet, the craft is flying normally because your senses can lead you astray. So one of the things we have to learn to do is not to trust a feeling. Don't trust our senses, but to trust instruments implicitly. So that's not necessarily good thing goes, if you find combat, and you're in a David environment than new, I using your you'll sensation. I yo- you know, which way up you on, and that foam of our inpatient fan throw yourself around the sky, and without exactly which way up through mainly visual cues, but also other cues well is important, but you need to know when to you have to switch that off. I was just going to make the point. I think that actually, the, the quintessential perfect pilot is one that can do both of those things who can know when you have to disregard your sensory feelings and completely rely upon your instrumentation, but there are other times when you use sensory sensations, which is a probably redundant, sorry, elegy and but to you know if you've been flying long enough and, and many of us have. You can just feel sometimes that something isn't quite right. Or like the airplane is like flying in a skit or whatever in it's just not. It doesn't feel quite right. Or your flying in approach and even your instruments are telling you that your speed is okay. But you get the sensation that my energy is all of a sudden, we're losing energy organic energy. And sometimes it takes the instrumentation to, to present that it takes a little bit of time to do that. And sometimes you can't I it's hard for me to tell say what I'm trying to say here, I think you have to have both of those capabilities to be the best pilot to, to have lots when to select Roach. That's, that's the key knowing when you have to disregard the sensation or knowing when that sensation is really trying to tell you something, and trying to keep you alive. Top two point Martin K, by the way, his name. Martin kay. Thank you, Martin K, so, yeah. Big thumbs up for me, so far. I've only had a day, three flights of use of the, the new version of the Jefferson flightdeck pro version four and so far. I'm loving it. Now. What I wish that acme would do is they would open up the port on the airplane WI fi. That allows us to use our flight weather viewer to also get information because this new version of the Jefferson, flightdeck, pro also has information like digital Avis and other information no Thames at cetera. That would be very handy to have realtime information, accessibility, in-flight, and Netflix this the to Hulu while you're at it. I'm sure it's just another little switch. Flicks on. Yeah. Eleven real quick. The yes, I do stuff. I do I was thinking questions. Okay. Carlos writes, in this is this Carlos, we know from plain-talking UK. Or is this a different Carlos Francisco Gomez? He says love your show. My dad's started out as an air nautical engineer and teacher at North American aviation in Los Angeles, and the nineteen fifties with North American aviation. My dad worked for North American with the current seven thirty seven max m cast cutch. He he thinks that an experienced pilot should be able to feel the onset of stall in a modern passenger jet. Is that true? Thank you for your company on all our long drives Carlos. And I'll let I won't go I wanna say something, but I'm not going to let somebody else. Chime in on this. I'm going to let somebody who flies passenger jets chime in on this Luca while I could have a chine. It's an interesting point because ever since we started flying. With fully hydraulically pound controls, which irreversible? And you have no feel no feedback from the controls on the control on of the outta fischel feel, which quite often is just a spring system that comes through the flight controls to give you the impression of the increase in false on the controls. Because if you are increased speed and vice versa. It's not really being true. So if that imagine this high speed, okay, you can let controls and their crop will rent fray quickly, that has not changed because the, you know, the craft is, is speed control. Deflation will give a large response in the but the field through the controls will depend entirely on how that oughta facial fail system is set up. It's usually a spring tension that suggested by peer pressure. So it knows how she going in nose to increase that spring pressure to make the controls feel heavy and vice versa. Now, if that fails system is fooled by a blockage in the pita system, or an error in itself, it can feed the wrong give their own fate back to the pilot in which case, it would not fail right in any Fomento. So yes, the on official field system can make the crown feel a bit line. Come a cross, like Steph flies that has direct flight controls in the wrong and Jeff lie. Yeah. I was gonna I was going to step in, in in. Manages to our plans. Not much longer. But yeah, the, the, the fact that you can at slow speed you can tip lot of flank control. Feel in sunny, control surface movement in the cross is sluggish and response poli that doesn't change. Yeah. Exactly. You get a pre stole buffet does vary from time to time some aircraft have very little, some have significant ones, and a lot of pilots in the past have misunderstood that thinking it's MAC buffet so high level the this can come from various sources one can come from high speed one come from les speed on. They can be confused, so it's not as simple, as you know, I'm gonna says, one fifty I feel the symptoms. Floppy controls. Lack of response is high Baath it that cross Stolz. It's not simple because we are fairly divorced from what's going on around us a lot. We don't we don't tend to notice the noise, but there is a significant difference in knows around the Cup. When you're high speed low speed. And if you're tuned to that because. Does your expense? Then you will know generally speaking, one environment you're in high speed low speed and you can take the appropriate action variance, that's the keyword. Yeah. Our airplane completely different. You can feel it in you'll know it. And you know, very very much in tune with you know, if you experience you have in, you know what? You're a sounds like you know how you you're playing fields. We're DC direct cable so everything we input is a direct feel to us. It's not a simulated or out official feel at all on our airplane. So, you know, one could I you on the ninety it's a little different because it's the powered elevators? There is a little bit of different field, because, you know, even like when you come in for landing, you know, just a very small amount of movement on the, the ninety elevator creates a lot of, you know, very small movement creates a lot of response on, on the elevator. So on the eighty eight we're flying this very well. I mean it's relatively big, but it's mall computer size of. The, the elevator that flying flying at a tab on the back so will move in the tablet quasi, elevated move. So we really have a direct feel as what the crafts doing what it sounds like what it feels like you know, if all else fails feel that stall warning system fails on the airplane in, you know, electrically whatever else it's failed yet. Would I be able to recognize stall before it happens? I can almost guarantee it on my airplane, because I've I've, you know, I can feel it. Feel the difference in the airplane. The mad dog definitely is an exception, though, to most of the other airliners out there and having flown L ten eleven and the seven twenty-seven even on those, although it's been quite a while, since I've flown, either of them seems to me that most of the time you could you could feel the energy level. If you're in tune to that kind of thing, but Nick made a very good point. A lot of times this, this little tiny buffet. We used to call it in the. Air force in the thirty eight like low mice on the wings, not elephants on the wings that was when you were in a false, stall on t thirty eight but if it's just a kind of almost like a little vibration on the on the mad dog it can it can mean that your it can mean a couple different things. It could mean that you're going to slow or it can mean you're going to fast. In fact, I'm sure that Dana's experiences. I know I have a couple of times where you might go into controlling your speed overriding, the vertical navigation system in the in the throttle system where you set a certain thing because you're trying to attempt to do something. And then you forget that you've you're still in this override. And so when you make that indicated airspeed Democtrats decision, sometimes it just keeps on the, you know, you, you miss it, and it keeps on increasing the mock increasing the amok, increasing mach and on our airplane. We start getting something called a mock buffet where the wing is, you know, you some parts of the wing are actually starting to go. Supersonic and you're getting that, that, that onset of like a little feels like at first, you're thinking, you're in turbulent, and then you thinking well is really doesn't feel like turbulence that I'm used to feeling and then you look down. And you realize that you're still in override and your indicated is still a reasonable number, but your mock might be getting close for us. It's usually around the seven nine point eight. Regime, because we don't have a very fast wing and then you go. Oh, yeah. I need to go back to, you know, the normal mock setting, which is for us usually around seven six seven seven or seven five two seven seven usually in somewhere in that range for normal mock cruise mach situation. And then all of a sudden magically that little tiny buffet goes away. But again, Nick mentioned the key, the clue is that we also have a lot of wind noise over the airplane when it's going fast. So if you're starting to feel that little tremor of a buffet, and there's a lot of noise air noise, that probably means that you're at the high end of things and you're going, maybe a little bit too fast. Whereas if it's very quiet, you know, have a lot of wind noise, and you're starting to feel that little tiny buffet. That's me. That's giving you the indication that you're getting to slow. It's interesting, the, the different chain, how they across feels at v refinancial landing speed approach Speight and stole speed. Jeff as this not a significant level of number of queues between that. So if you'd out crofters to get a little bit slow five ten knots. Belay v raff on anything. There's an awful lot. You can hang your hat on that situation on your on your airplane, but our controls really start feeling very sluggish. It's like something's not right? Because we're not getting the response that we're expecting from a certain deflections. And then, so that's again, one of the advantages of the old technology kind of like troll systems that we're using on the on the man. I it's like I if I notice some getting slow it's not because I've looked down on my airspeed, indicator, because you feel it at can feel in consensus at can sense. It feel it in almost, you know, don't don't have to don't have to. Look, I, I know what's going on. Just have to go, you know, something's just not right. I think we're like maybe five thousand pounds heavier than what we think we are. And then sometimes we'll even say we needed to do load audit to see what's going on here because such, especially on the takeoff takeoff rolling. Go to pull the airplane off the ground in fighting. It doesn't wanna come off. Yeah. Either they, you know, miss load actuator just didn't bounce it up properly. Costa one gauge that we often missing from on line is that we would all love to have is an angle to attack. Yes. Which actually tells us directly Mberi simply exactly what their plans, and guess what? All of the our airplanes, that we fly have angle of attack indicators are indicators sensors that are feeding various systems of the airplane. But in most airplanes out there flying passengers around, we don't actually have the displayed angle attack. And that's critical information that I think that all airplanes should display to the pilots. Angle of failure. That led to them. It would be much easier for the pundits to diagnosed had they had his own angle of attack indicated. I agree. I think we're all dancing around with him that, you know would he ask 'em controversy? You know, the airplane doesn't fly like an if lies like an old airplane, but it's what new systems is all the plane with new systems on it. And, you know, they've shifted around in and move the CG with the higher engines for the Ford heavier engines. So that's where I'm not sure that these pouts Eric could have felt the stall because it's has the computerize its hydraulic system on it. So it's not really not like our airplanes. Knicks airplanes. Wouldn't try and say so. Yeah. About this assimilation stall was not a factor. It was no it wasn't. Directly to his question. Okay. Yeah. Trunk count one grow. Oh man. We could talk for hours on this kind of stuff. This is good. Good questions. We have from our great ABC community. Thank you very much for those. Now it's time for the best part of the show, which of course, everyone knows the old pilots, plain tales and this is the second part to Dax on d day. The hope islets plane. Thanks on d day, too. To conclude this tale of the participation bets is biscuit, Boma a wild won't to vintage Douglas c forty seven in the seventy fifth anniversary of d day on the sixth of June nineteen forty four I cover the background some of the pilots and the Krause history and how I don't take. So I'm hit with showing Smith who is the chief pilot of. Skip Boma is that's right. Okay. How did you get involved with this woman flare plan? Well, I was a member of the straight warriors EM and, and one of our donors, Glenn Thompson bought the airplane, and he needed somebody to go up and ferry it back from Canada. So I said, I'll go, you know, so we we went went up there and the mechanics went up. I got the airplane five sitting up there outside for eight years. And so they got the engines cleaned out random, and then that one up there and another guy who had much more time in DC three United and we brought it back some remarkable airplane with fantastic history. Could you a little bit about it? Well, the records show that the best we can get is that she arrived in England probably about a month or so, after actually day invasion. So she missed about four to six weeks, but she participated in and lot of the of the drops. She carried a lot of the VIP. Around, but she is a complete paratrooper configured airplane. We think she did the drop in the bulge and market gardens. But we do know that she spent at the end of the war, she was part of the airlift, then she went to the Belgian air force. And then she went to the French air force on Lend Lease and then the French sold at the Israelis, not how you get at least airplane, you sell it the Israelis but they sort of the Israelis Israelis had it for L probably twenty years, and they flew it as they put some extra antennas on it, and use it as a spy plane really a spy plane, they listened all British according all that stuff, and, and then they, they didn't retire. They put it in their fleet reserve program. So it spent another ten or fifteen years on, on ready reserve, they did all the inspections, they ran the engines, they flew at once in a while, but it really didn't fly at all. So when we got the airplane tiller frame hours. Airplane is ninety six hundred hours. Wow. That's low really most threes are forty fifty thousand so could have an enormous life ahead of it. Oh, yeah. She could we rebuilt the wings had the wings, gone through, we did the spark check demanded the wings and went through that and it occurs in had to replace some of the flange angles. But she's ready to go. Now the, the flight out, must've been interesting. If you being down the, the blue spruce root before never. So tell me why how did it go? Well, you know, I mean, I've been across the Atlantic many times as an airline pilot and but that but, you know there you have a flight attendant call button first class meal, and a drink holder, you know, gone across the roots. It was tough. I mean, a lot of planning, you're always if he on the fuel when you get there and if you get there and you can't land, then you really don't have much options, you have to. There's a few other ships there. But none of them have fuel so, you know, so it would take a lot of planning. And we watch the weather really, really closely because anytime you go through Greenland, you know, the weather's always changes in a minute there. Now did you drop in places like some destroying field? Yeah. We did. We let it and Strom originally. We're supposed to go to know Sarsour, AC, but we didn't because the winds were just too unpredictable. They're blowing forty forty nights and pretty much down runway. But, you know, the west change any moment when you get there this airplane, we'll on land at a forty-three crosswind, so, but he must have been quite impressive. I'm an I had about the place and had on that says an emergency invasion, but it must have been the beautiful failed to lend up. Yeah. Yeah. That whole thing is beautiful. We, we actually had one of the helicopter pilots took us centers ring, only land there on the Sar helicopter pilots any, we drove us all up to the to the ice cap. And we were we were standing on the Greenland icecap. And it was at it was spectacular spectacular. We went up there, and we drank a little vodka, you know and, and it was amazing. And then taking off, we flew over the ice cap to Iceland, and it's all white and accept this guy said, you guys you right on the route take a look, all of a sudden, you'll see what looks like a oil rig out there, but it's not it was early warning radar system for the US government, you know, and there's two of this one hundred miles one of two hundred miles, and we're flying long myself blacks Pekka what, what is that we will take a look flew there was at just right out of the middle of the ice. There's a structure and it was early. Warning system. People actually lived out there, and he told us, he's landed a helicopter out there and he said, you can walk into the place. It's they left so fast, they left the dinner. The place cities are set on the table is it's unbelievable. Wow. What a sign that must've being Iceland, an interesting place. Yeah. We were going to spend an extra couple days, there just to sort of relax a little bit since we, you know, or on our last night, yet, cross Atlantic, and whether weather was coming up, and we couldn't find a place to stay the rooms, we only had two rooms there for one night, next night. There was no there's no place to stay. So we just load up the airplane, it came down to Prestwick, but I saw was beautiful to absolutely know that lake from Iceland. Appreciate quite a long leg, isn't it? Yeah. It's probably about seven hundred seven hundred fifty nine Kamau, something like that. And, and yeah, it was actually it was our longest leg. And, but we have tailwind. So we're at good and Betsy behind to self. Oh, yeah. Well, she's been. She's been a solid thoroughbred. I mean, you know, only really issues were really right here Duxford in our biggest issue and. We, we have we had a starter clutch starting slip a little bit. So everybody likes to just change starter while when they what put the starter back in actually, they got it in, they reached up and grabbed on the generator generator like almost falling off the airplane. And so, so they pull the Jenner Alvin shared all the gears inside. And, and that's the only thing we didn't bring it was a spur generator. So, you know, we made a sit out emergency textile, the guys and guy walked over generates here uses and, you know, when you get your Senate to me, so, but the on she's running good now, and then the other engine, we were just doing the spec, Shen just to like to make sure it's going to tighten up once in a while. So they're going through the engine, and they found the top rear cylinder. The intakes short take stack that catch the Selmer all wobbly just flopping around in there and somebody riveted it in. And so we had a spare seller, so we. Just to change Selmer, and Nashes and brilliant. Now Ulta make the point that you're an ex US navy phantom, pilots. Is that right? Yes, sir. So must be marvelous flying off carrying the phantom. I, I am via well, yeah. I mean it was it was very wording. I the navy flight programs. I think the best in the world. I mean it teaches you how to concentrate for sure. But you phantoms I mean it's just a lovely airplane. You know, it is, but the either doing a deck landing would've filled me with great trepidation. Well, the phantom is a very stable platform. I mean you know what we use it a lot Vietnam. As a bomber quite frankly. And, you know, if it wasn't for some of the computer things that the seven, or the six had, you know, we were never once practiced by the ship just iron bombsite practice, phantoms win all the time it pissed them off, but will hit win because it's a good stable platform. Come. Ship. It's rock solid. I mean it wasn't like the F eight or, or any of those other of the seven because they had a little bit of spool up problem, you know, but the phantom was rock-solid on on on. You could have done, it would have been a problem. I would love to what did you find the sivy weld? Well, after I got out of the military, good job of the airlines tiller, by went to the dark side, Senate making Bill to create a side to the airlines, and, and continental flew continental for twenty eight years, and I flew all the Boeing's, except the, the seven didn't the seven for didn't fly that seven three but I flew seven two seven five seven six triple seven, and I flew, the DC, tan led the DC, tan that I think that was one of my favorite white bodies. It was my favorite white body until the triple seven came along. Then I thought, okay this, this is a pilot's airplane. They did a nice job seven. Then I flew the MD and, and I have other type ratings too, but, you know, but that was those are the airline airplanes that I flew brilliant, and nowadays, you will retied and just flying this beautiful sea forty-seven around. Do you have anything else that you, you like to take on? Well, yeah, I, I flew got the fly Spitfire here yesterday. And that was amazing for me, and but I'm fortunate enough to to fly Warbirds. Sometimes, you know, I get my first word whatever flu is a p forty seven thunderbolt and that was amazing to me and then from there start racing the unlimited race class Reno, and so I've flown Mustangs before and p forties and those kind of airplanes, but it's just I've been blessed. I guess I don't lucky. That's pretty much what it is, is like, you know, an aviation the skill luck. But you know there's a very fine line. You know. So I mean Asian is probably half lock sit his skill. I think of it brilliant. Anyway, thank you very much for ten to us today show. And I wish you very well with the flights you have of the next few days. Save at a Normandy. Thank you. We're looking forward to really having tote to showman Smoot for a while, then found commit show, the friend of the show, who had invited me out to Duxford to look around Betsy an Tim, how he got him fall with the Croft to eventually become one of its pilots, basically, I my dad was a radio engine mechanic in the air force back in the sixties when he kind of transitioned into civilian life. He stayed in the maintenance, if you should maintenance industry and actually got involved in the eighties with a C forty-seven phone out of a museum into Pika. And so I actually grew up with my dad firing a different. See forty seven this was actually, the serpent's Karoi. He was out of the combat museum into Pika. And so from the time I was born up until nineteen ninety-five when they stopped flying the airplane, I spent tons of time in the summer with my dad in the airplane, my first airplane ride, I ever took. I was ten months old on my mom's lap in that airplane. So I've been see forty seven guy since the very beginning. And then unfortunately, the museum made some decisions and decided to stop flying the airplane in nineteen ninety five so I kind of went off and did some other things still kind of stayed involved in aviation. My dad. My dad had all his ratings in did a lot of flying before I was even around. And so we stayed in aviation, but kind of got out of the Warburg thing, a little bit still always loved Warbirds and around engines, and then I went to school in California in San Luis Obispo, and my third or fourth year in school out there. We just there's a museum about half an hour from my school. So we're stopping by there. My dad my dad's from that area, California. So he'd come out to visit me regularly. We stopped we stopped at this museum and they had just finished. Repainting. What is now? Betsy biscuit bomber. This was they acquire the airplane about two thousand seven, I think and spent a couple years, cleaning it up and repainting it. And then in two thousand nine we showed up maybe just a couple of months after the first flight kind of, you know, they got recertified in the states and everything in the first flight. And so kind of my background and my interest, I went up there and kind of started helping them and it's a fairly small group and they were incredibly gracious and kind of suck me in right away. And so that's how I got involved in, you know, once I got kind of got involved, our chief pilot Sherman Smoot, I got to know him pretty well. And it actually turned out that he gave my dad. He's also a local guy out there to central coast, California, and he gave my dad aerobatic instruction the top in like nineteen sixty eight so they had known each other from way back and then move forward. And now my dad and I both started flying the airplane. My dad's a PSE rated pilot in the. The captain rated pilot in the airplane. And so we both are fine. They're playing with Sherman and we've added a couple of pilots to the group. So that's kind of the quick version, how I got into it. So when I got involved in the airplane, my dad had some friends out in the same area and was actually friends with chief pilot. So when I got involved, the airplane, a decade ago, he kind of we kinda got into it together, and then my brothers, also kind of a history buff and also a pilot and everything. So when we had the chance to come over here he's going to be over here with us for three or four days and then my dad's here for the duration. He's actually here for long. Now I didn't realize you're an entire family of pilots. Yeah. All the males. Yeah. Yeah. So my mom. Provides all the support. And then yet my dad has a pilot, and then my brother and I are both rated are both certificate pilots. Also. And also, your engineers. Yes. I'm my dad is a I mean mechanic in the states. My dad is a, an AMP. I a. Rated mechanic or engineer, and then I'm pretty close, I'd say in the next three or four months planning to take all my tests done all the experience stuff and everything to do to give my airframe powerplant certificate for mechanic in the United States. And then my brother is a little less. So he's, he's a little more basic. Wrenching type stuff, but he does also Mr. on me and my dad's. Enormous things to showman. Nick is finally in the entire crew bets. His biscuit Boma for sharing the stories with. Awesome, awesome job again. Such great stuff packed in to these plain tales, especially the Dax over d day or on Dida index over Normandy, and the bets, he's bit biscuit, bomber and hearing, the chief pilot and our good friend, and ABC community member. Nick camacho. Yeah, I was just chatting to Nick a little other in the bay. He's in billion right now. I did give him a children's contact numbers. In case you wanted to go to the circus Murray. The bottomless beer. Well, I'm sure to get a few free biz. I think he's, he's a bit busy, but he's having. Not long. So they've been having a wonderful time pantley gates clad here that. We'll Steph you're still here with us without you're going to be leaving us. I was gonna say goodbye before you started playing. Straight until. For me to just disappear. Didn't want to do that. And plus I stuck around here played tail so at a bonus from eight, but now I really do have. Unfortunately, gosh is just been busy times at work recently. And this'll be hind at the moment. So before it gets too late night, lose out on a bunch of sleep. I'm going to take care of the pressing matters that needed tending to, but it's been wonderful chatting with you all today. And I'm sorry. I'm gonna miss the less few minutes of the show here, but saving thirty minutes. Surprised how much time? Stick around. No have a wonderful rest of the show, and I will catch you all next week. All right here, right. Bye bye. Bye. Okay, let's keep moving on try to get as much of this knocked out as we can. Let's hit number five the next one in the. Normal trans, what's the word trans was going to say transgression? That's not right. In the do transgress quite he'll we do. Anyway, I'm not going to try to figure out what the word is. And I'm just going to start talking about this one. First of all, thank you for making our lives a little more enjoyable week by week. I appreciate your efforts. My question and again, this is Marcus. Let's see most pilots statistically speaking are right handed, one would assume that flying from the right seat with the right hand on the yoke or stick would be more intuitive for them than later in the career from the left seat as a right handed guy who has only flown simulators at home until now. And hopefully we'll start light sport aircraft flight training soon from the left seat. I'm curious how this will turn out. So how did you feel or excuse me? So how did you deal with this during your careers? Thank you. And all the best from Germany, Arcus. Two. I think we've touched upon this over the years on the show, how you would think that making the transition from rights to left seat would be a major thing. And it is a little weird or odd at first, but then doesn't take it takes not as long as you'd think to, to get used to the fact that instead of the right hand on the yolk in the left hand or the control surface and the left hand on the throttles and then the other way around. It really doesn't take long at all to get used to slopping hands. At least that's I think, the, the majority of people people's experience Dana is the most recent one that made the transition from I officer to captain on the mad dog. What was your experience? Dana. So I, I just fell down dinner quick. Oh, sorry. You still have no mouth full of food. I'm my man actually have a toffee my moth- wait now. Oakland melt, but anyways was a challenging experience. I really didn't think moving thirty six inches to my left is from first off. So captain would make that big of a difference, but it's a completely default. It really is. Because now all the decisions used to be the first officer. Good jeffey. You know, I was gonna say, I think what he's asking about is the actual organics of the, your hands on the controls in that not of the role of being somebody who's just there along for the ride for the bucks. And with being responsible for everything I'm shy miss, I completely missed it because it just quickly set down. I'm sorry, you're gone. Whole time at just quietly said, yes, it was just talking about the actual physical ergonomic aspect. Okay. Sure. You know, the big thing is really how to fly with the left hand. We're gonna Mickley speaking. Everything's completely different. So when. When you use in ironically, speaking alway back when I was flight instructor. And once it became a flight instructor I always right seat, even my own airplane. All by myself, I always flew from the right seat who's crazy? So I always like fly Oma right hand so I can fly equally with even hand. I mean, I've gotten very, very used to coming back to left seat and fine with left hand. It's just it's different motion in took. I don't know. It may be took me two three hours of flying get completely come long. It's not very long. You know, it's, it's just a motive function. So the, the, the flight controls themselves, the same. It's just just different motions on different sides. Wadi. The biggest thing. I find the most challenging in, in the flight controls is actually using the pedals breaks all time in driving in the, the, the tiller to drive the airplane, that to me is that's the biggest difference. And it's far as changes go for me in using the left hand all the time to control the craft on the ground. So, and that was that was very much a learned learned a feeling to be able to feel how in understand how the the till is going to react, how much much motion, keep airplane from not rocking back and forth. So that was a modem muscle function that I was not really ready for it. Don't think in the massive now it's much better. So. To me. It's no big deal will be really wasn't on issue. Yeah. Nick, you had a lot of experience in many different types of airplanes, especially in the military and then in the civilian world and did you, you didn't start off in the left seat in sedan real digital? No something up so yeah a mean. Everything I flew including the boss. Coasts, single-handed stake, not a never fly with the except for once in my life, which was on my skills. Test prior to joining the ad line. In a seven forty seven similarly. But I guess, with both hands on a yoke, you'll kind of getting the feeling because both hands doing the job to just take your hand off to move throttles, left time must continue doing the same sort of thing when you've just got your right hand on the steak and eventually evidence on that, you know, invest twenty five thirty is when I jumped into the less to swap those hands around Walson, the easiest thing I could do most things I just found. It was that finis that little the, the small my defunct. Yes, you do when you just tweak and just ease and just gently try and put a little pressure on rather than make a big move all the big movement anxious for fine. When I need to do I could do it, but that I just I didn't have quite have that level of finesse. Interesting led to after a while. So, yeah, I guess, you know, every except for my flying, the one forty one Leno even in the air force in the one forty one most of the time, I was fine that airplane because I never checked out his aircraft commander on it, because I just wasn't on the airplane long enough to do that. There were we had something called the first pilot where you would do it was kind of like the transition between being a co-pilot and being an aircraft commander, they, they let you fly in the left seat for certain flights just to kind of get used to that and make it an easy transition. When you did go to aircraft manner school, but I ninety nine percent of the flying of the one forty one. The t thirty eight t thirty seven all that was right hand on the stick and left hand on the throttles and it wasn't until I got hired by acme that well, even then as I officers still same thing right hand on the control yoke and let him throttles. But you make a good point regarding a control yoke. Where you have many times when you're manually flying, your you have both hands on the control yoke and only periodically. You take your one hand off to adjust the throttles so but I don't to me it just didn't seem like it was a big transition. It didn't take long to kind of get used to going like this to this. So I guess defends the person and what your experiences before you before you make that transition. Yeah, I had to climb back in the right seat for a few trips when I was on coal and cold out, not as a canton not to fly as a first office. Now, I wasn't allowed to operate take off and landing from the right hand seep it, I was could be a relief. My ABS fine. I could in theory fly the airplane from the left seat when I was in relief, but at times, I'd have to give let the first offset climb out and go, take some restaurant climbing. The Ryan see I wasn't allowed to be flying in that seat. Just whack the radio is from that state was very confusing, because after venture to so many is sitting on the other side of the pit in just everything felt completely different. We what's interesting is we have one of our good, you're all good. Or one of our AP committee members has just made the transition from burst officer to captain. Congratulations, captain, Craig, and he said he was talking about in social media about how, you know, he keeps putting his hand in the wrong place and turning the nod the wrong way or looking to do something, and, you know, but it's still very new to him, but I'm sure that before he knows it. He'll be used to where. Put your hand. But it's a good question Marcus from Germany. Thank you for asking it. But we have a related question from Magnus gladden. He of the Facebook, he's as high, captain, Jeff and crew, I have a question regarding this video, and then it gives a link to a YouTube video. Is it common them? Both pilots are holding the yolk during approach and landing, I thought only the pilot flying healthy yolk, in this case, the captain. So I thought it was kind of funny because I what's going on here. I don't recall ever seeing this kind of situation. And then when I watched the video the airplane, they were flying was a seven forty seven, and it's the captain's leg and the airplane's on autopilot. And it does appear that the first officer. Well, it it's true. He is actually putting his right hand on his yoke, although it's the pilot flying his leg. And then I realize what's happening here because the pilot monitoring is working the radios. He is putting his hand on the control yoke and on the right side of the airplane. The push to talk switch one of the push to talk talk switches, his on the yoke itself in on the right hand side of it toward the top. And so the reason why he has his right hand on the yoke is that he is talking on the radio. He's pressing this button, which cannot see clearly on the YouTube video, but knowing what's happening there a pilot who has flown in an airplane like this recognizes that right away. And now this is one of my pet peeves. I should try to find that, that sound effect that don't get to play very often where is it? Shoot. I'm gonna play it. The peeve that you can't find your pay. Yes. Okay. I don't know how you feel about this data. I think you know where I'm going, I think your hand flying, the airplane, I think that the person who has pilot monitoring should if it's if it's a avail, I think most airplanes, have the capability of activating the microphone, switch, either on the yoke itself, or the or the control stick, which in Airbus situation. It doesn't matter because if you're that the air they're not connected. And so you can't feel if somebody is using the microphone switch on the on the sides to control running Airbus. Right. I mean, there's no connection there won't bother you even if your hand flying the airplane, right? You can't feel if somebody else has their hand on their sides to controller impressing the microphone button. Right. Nick. I mean no, because the whether or not. Lockton the that move. Mine and his is stationary. So I can't feel anything he's doing with history. So on a traditional control airplane. A traditionally controlled airplane like the one that Dana, and I fly so I'm actually still hand flying an airplane, and I'm controlling the yolk. Sometimes it's like starting to try to turn the airplane going. Why am I getting this resistance like come up, and then I look over in my first officer has his hand on the yoke, and he because he's using that push to talk Mike's which on the on to talk on the radio, and I'm thinking I want to go like, like, you know, bump, it really hard like get your handle. I never say anything nice about it. But although occasionally, I do say this, especially somebody is pretty new on the airplane said, this is just a suggestion. When the guy, the captain and his case is hand flying. The airplane, it's probably a better idea to use. The microphone switch on the Interphone panel to talk on your headset mic phone so that you're not actually inputting whether you realize are not, you know, I can feel your hand on the on the control yoke and it's kind of weird. So that's what's happening in this video. He is not controlling the airplane. He's not putting his hand on the on the control yoke, just to follow through with what the pilot is the pilot flying is doing if because it's just easier for him, I guess, to put his hand on the oaken microphone, switch. So I do have to say one thing, Jeff, and that is in that certainly going back to question about, you know, left right seat. And they're gonna mix the captain side, Mike switch on the on the on the audio panel is far easier to reach is on the first off side. It's a long reach. Yes. I'd never done it on the I had the experience of being a first officer in the right seat on the mad dog. I never did that. So I don't know. Maybe you're right. I don't know if it's more difficult to do or not. Yeah. It's it's because we're are on the captain side with the, the, the we'll to control the nose gear on the ground. That's where it is on the first office at so for us, it's further back in low closer to us for the first officer they have to quite literally bend over in reach forward to get to it. So it's much easier. Now is very very, very well aware of executive talking about its first officer, I would never grab the out just grab the switch not even grab. I just pull it towards me in the when you fine, you'd never even know. I was touching. It just follow kind of guide hand, but that's just an experience autopilots on though, it does matter because the other pilots, not gonna feel your input on the yoke and all because the airplane is flying. The autopilot system is flying the airplane, but I'm talking about when you heal with the I'm just letting people know that are listening who have not, you know, experiences kind of thing that, if the autopilot system is on, then it's no big deal for you to either of you to grab or have your hand on the because the autopilots find the airplane. Now the control yoke is still. Moving and a lot of times if you're flying couple of protas, especially low visibility. Coupled approaches. I, I have my hand on the. Yup. Just in case, the autopilot, like gives up, I wanna have my hands there on the controls. I'm following through with what the auto-pilots doing. But in normal flight like in in your climb and cruise and descent. Nobody has her hands on the control yoke, unless they're using the microphone button to talk on the radio. But I have a suggestion, though, for, if it is difficult to reach around and use the microphone button on the Interphone panel. Why don't you just take the hand Mike? He's the hand like that way. You're not bothering anybody. And it's not they're not reaching very far. You're just now maybe that somebody like me who has had many, many years and thousands and thousands of hours of flying airplanes. That, that was a standard way of communicating using a hand hand microphone to maybe have one question. How do you do you couple of the protests? Coach. I click off the autopilot in the auto throttles in the has the first officer put his hand on my hand in. That's what we call the couple of protein. That's nice. Yeah. No, I don't do that at all. Serious question. I do you follow each other through when you will flying approach to as the first off Sofala through the Joe can by sophis-? No. It's vice vice versa on the captain with a inex-. This is my experience only. And I've only been a captain Luwia now. But if I have in F O that I have very good confidence in, then I'm my hands at the ready. My feet are already take the airplane. I need to. But I don't follow them through unless it's a new F O brand new ofo e in not find the plane very well. Me as somebody who's been a captain for quite a number of years. I never have my hands on the controls when it's the first officer's leg. And you know as soon that he's been trained to the standards necessary to do what he needs to do to fly an airplane, even if he's brand new right up. I o e I don't put my hands on the rolls. The that's just me and probably because my level of experience in, in, in, in, in being that said Jeff, I don't actually put my hands on the controls might wins economy like around the controls you can. So I'm not actually holding on grabbing on. Okay controls. I'm just my hands. Right, right there. Yes. Yes, I have to act really fast the to save the day than than the reason I asked the question was one of the I'll given sagainst having side stakes that on coupled is that you come follow through on a pilot whose moving the controls 'cause you don't have a feeling for what he's doing with the controls the sized IX couple of move. If you're not going to follow through on an approach by putting a hand on the yolk, then what's the difference? That's a good point. Because in a conventionally controlled configure airplane, you don't have to have your hands on the controls to see what he's doing with the controls because your controls are are doing the same thing. But it's in clear view, and they're this big giant thing right in front of you sites to control. Even if they're moving a point, even if there are coupled. And so he moved to the left, you could see stick. Reflection of the left. It's so far out of your feel of you that you probably wouldn't notice it anyway. No, you wouldn't. But generally speaking on the appraised, she looking out the window anyway, it's. But in, in our world of conventional controls, we're looking at the window or we're looking at our instrumentation, but it's it you cannot miss even in your vision. What the oak is doing whether the whether the pilots flying the airplane, or whether the other pilots on the airplane, it is very obvious. What is happening with the controls? Okay. And I would think that would make very interesting. Oh e. If rations spirits because the captain doesn't know what the other pounce doing. It's via the yolk, it kind of, you know, you kinda don't have a feel you can see what's going on. But you don't have the true feel as to what's going on. I would say it's pretty obvious you after Oscar China coz. Yeah, I don't know. I just enough Sebatian. No good. Good questions. Good commentary. Good observations great questions from Marcus and Magnus. And now let's see, do you want to do this. This is an interesting question this is from Dave. He said love your podcast. I spend way too much time listening. I may soon be addicted. And of course, he's talking about the AP G syndrome, which everybody or a lot of people are aware of not everybody suffers from it. But. But many people are aware of it. A p g syndrome. A p g syndrome and it's our bourbon hope that none of you will be affected. They're, they're working on the cure, but we still haven't got it quite right yet. So Dave asks saw this article about the potential for bad actors to hack the Isla signals, and they give us a gives us a link to Texas explore dot com. And was wondering what tools or procedures pilots have to verify that the signals received our ballot? There isn't anything in the aisles radio signals that I know of, but can you your other instruments? L timbers DM e v o r rate of climate cetera be combined. A check perhaps rate of change of the glide slope slash heading instructions. Cetera. Do you think the local ABC would could install fixed receiver to verify that the radio signals are at least correct at a known location and broadcast warnings? If not does that sort of thing exist yet. Finally, do you think these concerns will celebrate the incorporation of GPS based landing systems? I've never piloted anything beyond cars and sailboats. However, my father was the head of navigation engineering at United Airlines during the seventies and eighties and was one of several people instrumental in creating an improved Isla system, then known as MLS the microphone microwave landing system. It was superseded by GPS just after being installed in a few. Locations. However, he was also a big proponent of converting avionics from analog to digital impo implementations and was involved with laser gyro evaluation and acceptance among other things. This was all mostly before deregulation when the large carriers had big engineering departments. I am also an electrical engineer, but I did satellites lasers not avionics, and this is from Dave Ellison in Palo Alto, California, very beautiful place and the link that he sent us was from, as I said, techs tech explore when an aircraft landing system is made to enter the spoofing zone and it talks about the ability and there's a video here that shows the people doing it and proof of concept of that kind of thing, where they can actually spoof, an Isla system, and honestly, Dave, I can't see this being a big problem because. When we are using an in most of the time, we're flying into these big airports around the world. It is via the instrument landing system. But we also are using moving map displays and we're looking at the projected flightpath of our round are their global positioning satellite system presentation. And if what we're seeing on their instrument landing system is not jiving with what we're looking at, on our moving map display in our GPS derived track, and vertical path that would be like, immediately, will something's wrong here. Why are these two things not sync up? And so, I can't say somebody spoof tonight less, and, you know, adjusted it so that the glide path, for instance was going to be much further out in, you know, start you know much further out than it. Normally would I think that using the backup of the vertical display of your? Path using your are an F system GPS that, that sort of thing would would indicate to you, or should that something is wrong with that guy. And there is such a thing as just naturally without being a hack system. There are things called what do they call it false glide, paths or fake? I can't remember you're right. The first time just a lobe of the transmitted signal that is much weaker, but can be picked up by the system and she's you. Full of the, the angle of the glide path is usually on the safeguards of is that on our instrument approach plates, are I less system approach plates. There is something called the glide slope. Check altitude at usually coincides with glide slope intercept altitude, not always. But usually, it's that exact same altitude are very close to it that when you're passing fixed point on the ground like the final approach fix when you're on the glide slope, and you see that number and jives with what the numbers opposed to be on your approach plate. You know that the glide slope that you're on is the real glide slope, not one of those policies subs. Yeah. That's exactly right. Chaff although that's been de-emphasized on company recently. We still required do the we call it anymore, which I think, is a we'd never. I used to call it. What I'm doing the briefing. I mentioned it. But I never we never say anything. We're actually doing the procedure. Occasionally on my on might say something like, you know, good glide slope check or something, but not normally now we used to have a full McColl of final fakes and the guy would come back with the correct town to check it. That's, but that's being taken out of our based so it's not smart anymore. You wonder why they do that. Because we went to Ebba so piece company thing not. Okay. But yeah, the crosschecks we continue do, and we're always keeping an eye on, on buddy thought angle of approach the bus, which is easy to and right of dissent, because and what small the ecru will keep it on that as well. And you know, you'll get terrain warnings from the GP WS from eighty s if you start getting wildly out. So there are plenty of protections in that to prevent this being a major problem. I agree. I don't think it's a big problem. I just can't see somebody being so stupid and not using these cross checks and not looking at your moving map display noticing that it's not jiving with what the island is supposed to be doing. I, I can't see unless you're just completely out of it that you would notice that your system is being hacked. Exactly. Good question, though. And I think that maybe the people that wrote the article or not pilots are just engineers. I don't know. Just hackers or hackers. Yeah. Hey, are we at the about three our point of have we are? We've come past. Okay. Well then. Yup. I saw the note from Liz. Yes. You're at the three hour, Mark. Okay. Well, unfortunately, that means that we're not gonna be able to cover several of these wonderful pieces of feedback in our feedback fuller. But you know what that means it's going to get transferred to the next shows feedback? And if you wanna send feedback yourself you can do that by sending his Email feedback at airline pilot guy dot com. 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April 24th, 2021: Earth Day Live from Carefree, Arizona!!

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April 24th, 2021: Earth Day Live from Carefree, Arizona!!

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Arizona ged us am ten sixty tempe. Phoenix and chaos selects hd. Two scottsdale phoenix is home for the dan. Patrick show this program is paid for by the jv sports llc and its partners. You're listening to the farsi squad. Show home of arizona's youth high school college sports and you empowering education at a neighbouring drina right here on ku am ten sixty in arizona. And now welcome to the varsity sport. Show morning ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the varsity sports. show vince. the yo here. Am six hundred eighty west arizona another exciting day doing a remote. This morning from from downtown carefree. If you haven't been here you gotta get here. It's beautiful we are here for the first annual earth day celebration and Actually i'm joined by a couple of special people here. let's start off with our communications director. Alex roscoe alex how you doing first of all. I'm doing great. You know it's a beautiful day out here and carefree. The weather's great things are happening. It's a good day. This is awesome. Because you know this this is more. I know you don't take credit for a lot of things. You're more behind the scenes person but let me tell you about alex. Azar is a graduate of scottsdale desert mountain high school. She was all state soccer player. She played collegiately at the university of alabama. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Roll tide and so you know. Asu they let her get away but she's a valley native. She came back here. She spent some time working with the. Espn so she'll probably show me up quite a bit here just by speaking on her. Her her her speaking skills here interviewing skills whatnot but anyway. This was her brainchild. She set this up tells about what's going on out here today. So today's care freeze earth day. It's a great day for family and friends to get out. There's we're having featured local organizations to help educate empower the community to take better care of our planet and each other. It's a great opportunity for everyone to come out. See some live rattlesnakes in cages. Some wild birds play around on the fire. Truck there's all kinds of stuff out here for everyone to today awesome. And and yeah. There's a lotta things. There's a hemp car out here. I gotta see this thing i. It brings back memories of that Cheech and chong van and up in smoke but it looks a little cleaner than that but anyway. That's another another story for another time. We're also joined by a couple of other people here. I didn't roll. Thank you very much alex. I did not roll the hail to the chief. Apologize but hail to the chief vice mayor. John crane town of carefree. How are you john. Great guys for john. You're an old friend of the program. You were literally our first guest on our first radio show two years ago. What is going on out here today. Earth day program so we have kids. Bring him on out rattlesnakes inboxes. Yeah i mean you never get as close to a rattlesnake without breaking no thanks. Oh alan today okay. While the heart. It'll be here later this morning. The bring rescue predator birds so well. I'm not sure what they're going to. Bring retail. hawks falcons just cool stuff. So they'll be here. Land trust is here. Just put his lance rests. Their mission is to conserve the natural snoring desert. Just great things to think about on earth day you know can all appreciate the arm or we live well most importantly there's a lot of open space here. A lot of areas to walk around the desert gardens. Carefree are just amazing. they're beautiful The easiest way to get here you get here from any part of the valley but you can take pima road north through scottsdale north all the way hang left when it ends basically at cave creek road or you can take scottsdale road off the one on one. North about ten miles turns into tom darlington. Take it till it ends hangar. Right and you're here. How about that for directions. Take until it ends at hangar right. All roads lead to carefree cave creek road north and curves around east. You drive right through carefree. Okay coming up next. We are going to be joined by. Asu women's lacrosse coach. Tim mccormack had a chance to chat with him. You know i do public address announcing thank you so much. John vice mayor crane I do public address announcing for issue athletic. Some sports and lacrosse is one of them. Great time and Coach mccormack building. Something really special in tempe and Yeah it's it's a great interview. Had a chance to chat with him recently. Yesterday with senior day for the lacrosse team lost tough one to southern california but it was It was quite a game so looking forward to that and aside from that the rest of the show. We've got our normal lineup will be joined for the jag nation. Can you view high school baseball coach. Nick swanson and we'll be joined by player at ashton sucker. We will be joined in the sabre cat report by coach. Joe mickey a swirl baseball coach joe mickey and javan jacobs. And when you hear that there we go all right song near and dear to my heart the asu fight song and then later in the show we will. We'll walk around. We'll chat around chat with some of the folks. Here that are showing off their their earth day. Goodies So we'll get a chance to meet some of those folks and then in the final segment. We're doing some east sports with camelback. High school east sports head coach. Can you corrigan and team. Captain brendan shook so let us go right into our interview with. Asu lacrosse coach. Tim mccormick okay guys. We are joined by. Asu lacrosse head. Coach tim mccormack mccormick. How you doing sir doing great doing great. Thanks a lot. Rob me on really appreciate it coach. It's it's an honor. It's a pleasure to have you on and you know and serving as the pa announcer. I get to see a lot of great lacrosse action. It's become one of my favorite sports out there because it's such a fast paced game. But i got to talk about a how positive you keep things out there with your players. You're you're you're always upbeat. How are you able to do that. Even in the face of tough games absolutely. I just think that you know one of the one of the things that we all started doing this for was to have fun You know. And i think that if you can have fun while you're out there whether it's in a game whether it's in practice you're constantly going to get better and better and you're going to enjoy what you're doing and wanna do it more So part of part of our goals staff is to keep it that way and stick to the roots and and remember the journey. And how we got to this point and a lot of that comes from fun and positive being positive and enjoying what we're doing out here so it certainly at times a conscious effort but for the most part it is just who i am and who we've become and i think it's it's been a lot of fun for the group to kind of play this way some so from a helicopter view winning record aside. You guys obviously are winning games out there. You've been ranked in the top twenty five How do you feel. This season is going so far. I mean we're we're viewing this season and as we do every year on our growth right. So are we getting better every day that we're out there. That's that's our goal and when we look at it from above like you mentioned and ask ourselves that question we've done a really nice job being consistent there. We've brought great energy and effort and focus. We've lived by our core value system that we have in place and we've been able to have fun and get better every day and i'm not just talking about on game day. You know one of the quotes we use. His every day is game day so this is a tuesday at eight. Am just as much as it's a friday at one pm for us awesome. Let's let's talk about specifics now. Some sa- consistent players a stable big time attackers That deliver weaken out for it. What's it mean to have. Players like carly adams carry clayton. Emily glogau eleven. And i know. I've left a few out. But they can score from anywhere within literally. A hundred feet of the goal as well as goalkeeper like berkeley vanilla. It's great to have these players. You know i. I think talking about it from the offensive end to start not relying on one. Individuals always is always really really nice so on on any given day a different player kinda step up and take the lead and everybody is accepting of that. Everybody's encouraging them that And i think that that helps kind of lighten the load For for those individuals and our midfield units have been really help chip tibnin goals as well and Lot a lot of positive things going on you. And i think that that always is a good driving force for the group on the other end of the field burke. As you mentioned berkley. Just been awesome for us. She's she's been our backbone and You know on on that side want to know as a defensive unit when things do breakdown at berkeley's there and she's going to have your back. That's a special thing and They certainly are feeling that. And l- and ride in that right now. It's been great to watch coachee down a couple of great assistant coaches on your staff as well What do they. What specific skill sets do they bring a their incredible relationship bill. There's i think that this is a relationship game And sports in general. It's all about building relationships and that leads to trust which then leads to you. Know your ability to mold people in and make You know our athletes better people better players and saw and they're just tremendous in that area so that's first and foremost Secondly just what they bring to the table. I mean they worked so hard there on film sessions doreen sticks to the defensive side of the ball. Mainly nicole's sticks or the offensive side of the ball but they're doing film sessions all day with our athletes and put a ton of time into that individuals. And then i think i think i'd go and say most notable both of them collectively work with our draw unit and we've seen the difference from one year to the next that we've had in that area and you being at the games now know the importance of that area And the you can't say enough about their work and diligence there and what it's done for our team coach coach. You think you can swing a race for me as a pa announcer pretty soon. Your next contract negotiation may -solutely absolutely. I'll push for that. You've been great for us onset. Extol might asu lacrosse coach. Tim mccormack joining us. Live on the varsity sport. Show thanks to get well actually recorded but kind of live right now so they get coach and we'll talk to you soon appreciate it. Thanks so much right guys. That was great interview with coach mccormack. I am joined by jake and not from state far. This is jake the hemp car guy. Jake tell us about about this car. This is pretty amazing events. Thanks for thanks for having me on We have a full body Hemp fiber production car here so what it is similar to carbon-fiber except it's made from a non directional strands of hemp fiber fayek oxy molded into the shape of a sports car. So we took the body off of old Miata and replaced it with a all hemp fiber body. It's a sixty percent lighter than aluminum. It's you know almost zero carbon footprint compared to an eighty percent over that for carbon fiber and we really feel like it's the next thing for industrial and use in the automotive industry signature series. It's beautiful it's like a souped up miata with the with the scoops and back there. What How fast does this thing go as fast as a regular souped-up miata. I mean you can take a hundred and fifty on the freeway. Wow and it's clean. So you're you're doing good for the environment while you're breaking the law. That's true so my father-in-law was a huge believer in the uses of the different forms of the cannabis. Plant not just the medicinal side. But the industrial and the regular use of longevity for for sustainability. So we commissioned this car to get built took six years on its handbuilt and we're really proud of it. Wow well we'll post some pictures up or better yet. Have people come up today to earth day. Here in the town of carefree downtown carefree. It's beautiful here jake so much. Thank you so much for your time all right. Wow well we got more coming up on the show folks That is one quarter of the way through when we come back. We're flipping up the order a little bit. We're gonna be joined by derek disner on the jag. Nation will be interviewing baseball coach. Nick watson from can you view high school and player ashton. Zakar stick around. Those guys have been rolling out there in the agua fria district really winsome games not only baseball but softball stick around for the nation report when we come back from the break. Thanks so much again for joining us here on the varsity sport. Show live from the town of carefree stick around go. Varsity hd radio is here for katie am 1060. Check out your favorite chosen games on one hundred point. Seven chaos selects hd. Two vintage motor specializes in custom builds fabrication engine swaps routine maintenance in service for all years makes and models including diesels from ford model. 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This guy gets out here and he's he's been doing this for years so anyway puts a very zen like state. Okay so this is the jag nation. Report welcome back and we are joined actually got a got a nice surprise. Guest your brand new. Ken in view high school football coach. Nick garrett's good morning coach. How are you i'm doing. Are you doing today all. We're doing great coach. So yeah so you got that little. The flute flute going in the background here. And so hopefully. It's putting you in zen like state or you feel like you're in zen like state. I am going really relaxed. Really connect today there you go. Yeah well okay so coach you know we got to get into the habit of getting on your on the regular because you got a lot going on out there at Canyon view and from having amazing facilities to outstanding admin and support staff to down it down to the kids which are most important here. You gotta you gotta camp coming up. Yeah you can't jaguar giving up. I'm really excited about that. We're gonna have the big seventh and eighth graders on campus. Starting on monday Coincide with our spring football so do our strings football with our guys in the morning and then in the evening come back in. You can't gag excited to meet those kids and their parents and get things rolling. Yeah now now. This is limited to what six seventh eighth graders. What's asia range on this. Think seventh and eighth grader. So we want to. We want to get those junior high kids familiar with our program but to meet us and beat them and get going from there now. This is very unique. Because they're going to you. Got all these kids coming in assuming you. How many do you have committed so far. You know what i think. It was like any five buckner counted. Wow okay so. It's definitely bigger than i imagined but i can be app your so but but the key thing here is that these kids are going to be working with your staff. Your varsity staff. You guys are gonna be out there. Coaching so they are getting coaching from coaches. And not just some guys that are going to be out there. Throwing a football around. I mean this is gonna be instruction from from from the real deal. Yeah so have out there along with the transmit staff to learning to run it like like new is. Hopefully we can introduce introducing well known outstanding. So good stuff coach and looking forward to it. Let's shift really quick with with the remaining a couple of minutes that we have here. Let's talk about your game schedule. You know obviously ai. Put out everybody's schedules. You've got some interesting games on the schedule and Yeah i won't go through the whole schedule but you're opening up a hosting lake havasu coach The half suit team of we had a chance to see them last year when they played merit maricopa and pretty tufty. Excuse me castle. Grande pretty tough team. shadow ridge vista guerande desert edge in later in the season. You've got a game at down uma at kofu so break down the schedule a little bit. Tell us about some of these teams. I think it they I think it's a really good schedule. we're gonna stick home game so that's exciting to build at home game where we're playing that in front of our fans and our community and opening up with like two we're going to be tested right out of the gates and then i think you know you look at wakefield shadow rich. We're gonna play up to play a team who I'm i'm very familiar with data ridge that we were in You know if. I tied that. Westfield we're in the same region together for the last five year so i'm very familiar with with them and then we could go on you. Road games going on the road. I really enjoyed going on long way game. That that's a good time to really bond with the theme and call through an and as you know obviously our crew is going to be covering you guys all season. And we're heading out to you. So you know coaches they say what happens in yuma stays in yuma right. Oh boy. I don't know what happens in yuma but anyway so that being said coach nick yards. Thank you so much for joining us and we'll check back in with you frequently. Good luck with the camp and and go. Jags kid all right. Can you view high school varsity football coach. Nick garrett's puts together some great programs. I remember He was he's been in. The west valley grew up in the west valley and and went. When i was coaching years back. He was the head coach building. A brand new program out at tony valley obviously since moved up the ladder from there. So this guy is serious and he is good for kids and and good for arizona. So anyway we're going to transition as part of our jag nation. Report the baseball team as well softball team had been on quite a bit of a run and Last night derek disner are broadcaster taped an interview with baseball coach. Nick swan out at canyon. View joined by player as well ashton zacher. And we're going to run that interview. Go ahead aaron. Welcome back everyone in the varsity sport show. It's time for the jag nation report. And today i am joined by our steph movement player. the game ashton zakar ashton. Thank you so much. For joining me. Ashton you've been one of the hottest hitters on this jaguar team Just talk about how. Well you're seeing the ball at the plate right now. We'll have great coaches making sure that all my all my bats and all my swings look the same. I have the same approach. Everything's the same. I'm looking dead fastball. On if i don't get it either. Take or i say back in driving your the way. So let's talk about now you defensively as a catcher. You've got a lot of responsibility behind nap plate but you have done a great job with this pitching staff. I mean just in this game here on friday evening. You you're pitching staff had a no hitter going into that seventh inning. You're call on a good game I gotta give it to my coach. Chris wilson He's been calling a game all year. Long we gotta do is chemistry and just be able to trust my pitchers and the pitches that are being called and just having them executed and then do what. I came on the plate ashton. Thank you so much for your time. Congratulations on a great week. And a great victory here and best of luck in your final four regular season games on the road. Make you all right. That was our steph movement player of the game ashton zakar. Now it's time to be joined by head coach. Nick swanson and coach. What a week had a lot of games this. We are a few games and gets a close it out here at home with your regular season finale in a great win against agua fria. What are pitching staff was really tough tonight. It was it was good to get kendrick brady going. He's been injured all year. This first outing that season and through three strong innings retired the side each inning. And it's really good for us to get him gone because he could be a high leverage for us moving forward so not only. Did you get Brady on the mound here this evening but even in the latter stages of this ball game here on friday evening gets agua fria you you get to get some more of your members of the bench and that's gotta be key for you knowing that you're heading into the postseason after these final four games on the road and i'm sure you wanna get some playing time you know i do. This year's been really tough without tournaments every game as a points game so we haven't been able to dive into our bench like we have wanted to and our benches good and we have a lot of good players and we just haven't had too many opportunities to use them during the course of the year but it was good to utilize them tonight as you come down the stretch. What do you want to see your team improve on before you get to the postseason Just defensively to make routine place And stay under control when we're on defense You know. I think that's the one area where we need to grow. And then cut down on our strikeouts. We struck out a little bit too much But we do a good job committing to our to strike adjustment in this game on on friday evening against agua fria. You're obviously going to see this same team. Come monday at their place. How do you get your team not to overlook their opponent in. Just go game by game by game. We talk about all the time you know. We've had such a good season that we've really had a target on our back since the first week of the season and teams are gunning for us. We've seen everyone's number one pitcher We've seen everyone's best and we battled through it so you know free has no different. They're gonna throw their best guys at us and and we have to come prepared and ready to play and bring the same energy to every single contest. What is the plan. Look like going forward in with this final four games all road games but obviously you wanna get wins but you wanna get guys playing time. How do you balance that. And how do you game plan for these final. Four regular season games you know. That's that's simple because we're playing for seed in the playoffs and if we earn a top four seed you know. We could potentially host to playoff games. Which would be huge for us so right now. Our goal is laser focused. We want to get into one of those top four seeds and and then hopefully. If we can't do that we hang onto an ops top eight seed and host the first round But you know we've been talking about that a lot lately and and that's really helping to drive our team and keep us moving forward because our big points games Are behind us and now we just absolutely have to take care of business. Well coach thank you so much for your time. congrats on the victory on friday. Night and best of luck as you finish the regular season out on the road. Thank you very much derek. I appreciate you. In the work you do and vince. Thank you. I appreciate you as well take care guys. Thanks coach are i while that will do it for our nation report. You're on the varsity sport show. We're gonna take a quick break but we'll be back with the sirocco sabre cat report right after this. You're tuned in to the varsity sports show on. Am ten sixty katie. Us need social information about katie. Us am ten sixty. Try katie us. 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Your can't re adams sticks you beyond the eighteen tool on saturday mornings with great american golf from six to seven. Am on us. Ten sixty and the varsity sports show presents the sabre cap report with swirl high school baseball coach joe meek and now here's a sabre cam report. Welcome back ladies and gentlemen to the varsity sport shows outed day near misses carefree arizona. And henry let's go. Let's get playing here. William henry moeller our town flutist. I need to put in in a zen. Like state near waco. Aren't we'll visit with henry a little later on but first we're going to be joined by a couple of special people Big game last night. Out at seton catholic swirl baseball and we are joined by first of all broadcasters sammy rivera and ryan sikora and baseball coach. Joe mckee gentlemen. Good morning more. Invent all right sammy ryan. Hey guys go ahead and take it away. This is your. There's a hockey going to take it away. Fire questions that coach. Mickey yeah. i'll go ahead and started off coach. I hope you're ready for this okay last night you know kind of a really rough game on the mound for two roe and you went out there on the mound a few times to talk to him. What do you say to your pitcher in a game or really a situation like that where he's not getting those close call. Yeah it was. It was just trying to keep him focused on on his job. It's easy to get kind of frustrated and that's probably the case last night it was really good learning lesson for our team In that situation. I mean a lot of which is that you know. He thought he was making instituted. Weren't going away and kind of work around and not making a focused and so when you go out there and you talk to the guys you you just reminded him of of their job is not to call the game to go out and play the game and so executing their pitchers and saying their game plan especially in a couple situations where you know man. They definitely turned a little bit of the momentum. There and that's what you're trying to kinda grab stop their momentum and then able to kind of recharge our so when you take those breaks where you get that pause. It's just a trying to refocus and then try to compete to keep us where we want to be and you know thomason a great job last night i thought he i thought he got kinda gotta short into thinking quite a few situations and I thought he was great. It was just tough outcome. And they're hitting team and when you have to kind of come to them They made us pay for it. So we'll have to be better on monday and that actually kind of next year layers but another player. Who i thought actually did a very good job of leadership on the field was tie nelson. Who actually turned our player of the game because of that leader about. Can you talk about size. Leadership a little loaded. Absolutely you're you're right. I mean that's that's just positive. You know energy bus that we kinda talk about And he definitely just keep that motor going There's always about the next the next play. That's what we can control that's why he's team caffeine I love that he got that accolade from you guys. 'cause that's what makes it special Is voters just going in one direction. And that's for the next play for the team for trying to make that play and you made a couple of fantastic plays. I know a couple of calls. It didn't go his way and But he he was just non stop. And that's just as energy we feed off of that until It's it's really kind of feeling what he's done Up in the middle of the field for us. Yeah and so you play seton again on monday and considering the final region game of the regular season pretty big game. How does the game plan change if at all and in this next game. Yeah you know. I. it's a great question i i. They're all big games. You know and i know it is the last reason game. We're in a great voice competed. Hard the game plan. Sales probably won't change your whole life You know are approaching. The box has to be a little bit better. I thought we were probably a little bit passive especially with his own kind of being the way it was last night. We didn't make the adjustments we needed to and i was kind of over. Identifying you know not just practice today but just going forward You're gonna run into those roadblocks and kind of how you work around in through. Those is is really what's going to make you successful and you know as a as a coach in this game is built around failure. I mean baseball is ingrained. You fail more than you sixteen. How you handle that is what's gonna make you successful and We didn't do our best job handling that last night. And that's probably the more mental approach that we're gonna just keep plan to actually use The way we're capable of on monday and semi trucks you have five games left. What i noted from that is five games in eight days. It's another you or five games a little bit of stretch your last buying coming eight in eight days. I that been like to plan and prepare your team for so many games in the short time is this is this. Is the fun stretch. I actually look at it as a as an awesome kind of momentum. Bill to us. We're gonna see. I mean that's baseball in the state here down the stretch. A couple of top ten teams obviously region game thunderbirds in the top and Chaparral is always outstanding program. Does i five eight and south. Points defending champs. I guys i'm like. Hey you're going to prepare for playoffs This goes against so we're kind of trying to use it as a as an opportunity. That's what baseball is built around and You know at the next level. When playing college baseball you have four game weekend and so I talked about next level preparation. And that's what this allows us to do and they just make sure guys stay healthy. He's doing their care stuff and and then also just make sure that they're That's one day and we take well tough one last night coaching again. You get another chance at him on. Monday looking forward We'll be streaming that one as well. It'll be three forty five out at your place coach. Joe mckee thank you so much for joining us on the sabre cat. Report coach. Have a great weekend guys always appreciation. Look for being your next week. All right now. We are joined on the line by tomorrow. Two sport athlete plays baseball and football is a five star athlete. His name is jason jacobs. Jason how you doing sir. I'm good how you doing. Oh great tough one last night. Tough loss but You get a chance to regroup and get another shot at him on monday. Yes there. I'm looking forward to that game for sure sammy ryan. What do you got for jason. You know last game little last night. Sorry a little different Playing that night just how. How is it different playing at night versus during the day. And i guess which do you enjoy more I mean it wasn't too much big difference playing that night It was the first night game of the year. i thought it was pretty cool but I would definitely say. I like to play better or play more in the day But i mean enjoy the experience on the life in the. I'm just looking forward to every opportunity. I can get And yeah just. I'm just taking it all in and stuff and j then One of the things. That's impressed me. The most about this year is your ability out there in center field to cover so much ground. So i guess my question for you was what do you enjoy. More being out there in the outfield or being plate Well i love both the play ambient outfield. But i'll probably. I'd probably say if i had to choose one. Dns the play. 'cause i like to get his. You know what. I mean but Being in the field and just being out there covering the grass making plays. That's also very to me so I just try to do my for every game. Racking top off the team. And i know that everything else will take care of yourself and you and tie. Nelson are the only players on the team to play in every game. So far this season I guess just. How does it feel to be one of the guys for your team especially at junior. It feels really good to know that This team is looking to me and you know they. They count on me to make plays and i can. I can play so it's big. It's a big part of of this team in the entire we. We both were both team. So we try to lead by example and we can help get to wins and So yeah that's that's just my process and we talked to coach about The tough stretch. You have to end the season five games to go against five really really good programs including the catholic team again on monday. The season did he say how many the season then you're gonna have a grind to close out the season. How are you gonna go about that. Not only you personally but as as a team together. Oh we're just gonna take it one game at a time I know that we have some three games or three games in a week. we've coming up so a lot of games per week but I think he's gotta take it one game at a time. We can't look ahead because that's when we That's when you get out of get out of our out of our lane. But i think that we need say one game at a time and do what we can to Make the most for opportunities to get the win and so i'm looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to playing with these guys. These next few weeks and getting these wins. Ah jacobs thanks so much for joining us here on the sabre cats report and ryan. Sammy thank you both You guys do a heck of a job with the broadcast and the stream and You know it gives me a chance to kind of regroup and and help with production and manage the cameras and and kind of take a helicopter view of the broadcast. So you guys are doing a great job. Ryan of course is a senior pinnacle. High school here in phoenix and Sammy is a student with the cronkite school of journalism. And that is the school that at asu. That is the school that ryan will be enrolled in this fall. we'll be doing a lot of work with cronkite. This fall as well so thanks so much guys have a great day. Thanks jason thank you all right great okay so when we come back we've got we've got some good stuff we're going to visit with the camelback high school e sports coach. Get an update from qin coach. Kenya corey We're also gonna visit with henry. Moulder hank moulder is the non designated philosopher. Here in the town of carefree. Didn't know we had a philosophy is kind of laughing at me right now. But he's away on his flute. He's here at every event. It's going to be a lot of fun. It's gonna put you in a very relaxed. 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Thank you thank you so much for joining us here on this earth day. So what's going on in your season. You guys been rolling along at talk a little bit about kind of how. You're season's gone. yeah now. Our regular season ended up a week ago. So playoff start next week We've had a great season or legal. Legends team finished fourteenth in the state. So they are headed to play off on tuesday and our rocky elite team. Who was the state runner up in ended up Third place Where the search and our playoff start on wednesday. So we're just very crowded together even started some coach. You guys have your postseason game face on. Are we ready here. I mean i. I'm a big fan of The the old movie napoleon dynamite and and people have kind of fancy need to be like an uncle rico. So coach would've put me in. We might might want state. You have any kids like that on your roster right now You know our kids are putting a ton of work this week. We had an awfully To allow teams to reschedules and for Brackets to be set and our team has been putting extra time. Iraqi league team actually trained for the us army eat team for the denver training sessions that have been doing scrimmages trying to get in and it's been exciting but you know seeing all the other were pro. He's just had scrimmage with brophy a couple of days ago so everyone who's Who's kind of the team to beat out there right now. brophy honestly We have definitely a lot more successful. We've been able to take things from them but no one and able to take a series from brophy yet. They are the camp from fall. Twenty plenty of from fall. Twenty nineteen th. They are definitely okay. So i'll le- all roads at least an e sports league through brophy right now so those guys better watch out because they've got the up and coming fourteenth ranked camelback spartans right there with. We're also joined on the line by team. Captain brendan shook brendan. How are you. i'm good how are you. I'm all right man so we cut you off and on throughout the season as well what. What's the the season been like for you disappointments excitement. A little of both. How you guys kind of manage this season a little bit of both. We've been very excited as this is the kind of last season with my current team and A little bit disappointments working through it. You know there's a lot more competition in this day and you know we're we're trying to be the best we can be in. Actually you know maybe take the state champ. Well yeah you guys have been training with the army. So what do they have you out there like at four. Am running hilsor. What what's the training. Well we talked to them alive. And we Setup scrimmages and play with them decent amount and they will replace our matches and scrimmages with brophy and other teams like in point. Things that we don't see and help improve do they. Are they pretty intense. Like do they stand next to you while you're playing it. Just yell in your ear and what. What's that like coach. What you know what you have to step in and help out here and get these guys off. I mean it you know and and tell them not to insult your kids or what's going on now. The greatest thing is We do it all virtually So we voice tax online and everyone joins the game online. You know which has been one of the biggest blessings about this last year Is that we've been able to continue with our season and be able to connect I believe one of the main people from army sports. He's in texas now he. We've been able to expand our resources and reach out across the nation Get support for our students and create some really awesome opportunities for our kids. I feel some hands and how those opportunities to learn grown and bro. Add them newport athlete. What do you guys typically do to get yourself psyched up for big game. You sit around. Listen to some metallica. What do you guys do to to to kind of get psyched up for big game brandon. we we try and each other. We don't have really have a ritual but we do play before every game and we and we try to you know. Get some awesome attitude in all right. Yeah let me help you with this. You know i used to. I coached once upon a time. And get guys out there and we get a mosh pit going. I mean something to get you guys going on. You think you will put you over the top before has given us music that okay you think before so. We'd okay tried stuff like that before. Okay all right now. You just sounds like you just need smart kids to to actually get it done right. Does the head banging stuff doesn't exactly weren't all the time so all right okay. Well wonderful guys. Good luck state. Congratulations on the season. Making the postseason big things out there going on in spartan country camelback spartans and look forward to Getting caught up with you throughout the postseason coach can corrigan team. Captain brandon shook brendan sook. All right thanks guys paying. Okay are you too okay. So we are joined by the town. I like to call him. The town philosopher the town fluids. The town poet. Henry hank moulder. He's been out here. Playing and henry are hank. These are one. Okay all right okay. So henry How long you been doing this. You've been living up here in Carefree for a lot of years. Thirty two years of hearing carefree. Well okay. yeah and and you're out here every major event you've got quite a collection here of Would instruments and i'm sure each one serves a different purpose but some of them even look like they can be used as a weapon. These are native american flutes and distant digits to north american tribes and the bigger rounder and longer the flute deeper. It is okay. Do you have a favorite musical selection that you play. Is there something in particular. That's like your go to when the crowd isn't really responding to get him up on their feet. I've known for my amazing grace. My rendition of amazing grace. Wow do you know any van halen. No no van halen you know. He was a resident here at one time. Eddie van halen. Along with bruce springsteen juno that i get requests for kiss kiss okay all right see now you were talking here all right so what i'd like to do is First of all. Thank you. So much henry for for being a good sport. I know i was yelling at you earlier to start playing again because i wasn't feeling very zen like And but how. How can people find you besides Being out here on earth day well you know you can reach me through the town here. You know i do give lessons. Okay and private events in acta parties and i play for yoga classes in In different restaurants and stuff all right. Yeah i'm available Most anytime especially when the summer gets. Yeah yeah okay well. Yeah i mean you've been such a mainstay in this community and it's always great senior your good sport as i said about everything and and just a fun guy to be around so and quite a collection here of flute so anyway you're going to take out of the show playing one of your favorite selections and and we'll do that But i wanted to take time. And i know we've got a couple of minutes yet but i wanted to take time and thank today's guests and also remind everyone today. Come on out to the town of carefree. It's a beautiful morning out here. Got a lot of space a lot of good things going on. We've got the desert foothills land. Trust out here we've got Folks from Well we've got the jake in his hemp car. We've got carefree fire department out here. You could sit in one of the trucks. Put their hat on. And hold the axe. I i would ask. We got your henry just pointed over to the rattlesnakes on the other end. I'm going to stay away from that And they've got als out here Wild at heart. The animal conservation group Council member cheryl cronin here watching or walking biff her Lab or golden retriever. And she actually up in the fire truck a minute ago. Alex roscoe the communications director putting everything. Together steve krakicek the economic development director. So thank you to everyone for making this possible. Come on out to carefree the way to get here. Take p road north. Hang a left at cave creek. Road take scottsdale road north till it ends. You can't get any more direct in that. Take it till it ends. It's about ten miles north of the one. Oh one hangar right. You're right in the center of town. Just ask for the carefree desert gardens. And it's a beautiful four acre property here with thousands and thousands of native Desert plant species. Here there's a stage the sanderson pavilion where they hold a lot of performances. It's covered There's there's cold drinks out here. The restaurant some of the restaurants are open of vice mayor. Crane is here. So you can get an audience with the town administration including council member of insta leo and We've got other things going on as well. Thank you again for joining us Coach nick garrett's from canyon view. High school the football coach out there. Thanks for joining us. Sammy and ryan sammy. Rivera and ryan sikora. Broadcasters for sephora baseball. Thank you derek. Dis nerve for joining us with baseball coach. Nick swanson and ashton sucker. Thank you so much for joining us. Jason jacobs five star athlete from suruga baseball and football And once again coach. Tim mccormick from. Asu lacrosse and coach. Joe mickey soro's baseball coach. Thanks for joining us. Thanks to our partners From the varsity sports show couldn't do this without you. And we're going to lead out with some music from hank henry moulder. Henry take it away. Do Once again folks have a great rest of your day. Thank you for joining us here. On the varsity sport show coming up next editor trevan with an easy sport. Show my good friends. They will take you through another wonderful day. And join us for ny fca. Tv on cox cable starts right after the show ten. Am cox for phoenix. Talk seven tucson. Thanks again folks. Have a great day and we'll talk to you next week. Go varsity listening to the varsity sport show. Our mission is to empower education and enable dreams creating a platform to promote young people in extra career.

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March 27, 2021

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March 27, 2021

"Advocates select hd. Two scottsdale. phoenix vince. Here to talk to you about a good friend of mine named bob jenkins. Bob is a marine corps veteran. Bob and his younger brother. Dj own vets built contracting. You've seen their trucks around metro phoenix. I'm sure for five years. They've been hiring in putting veterans to work. Vets belt is licensed bonded and insured both residential and commercial specializing in renovations remodeling. New build. a sita's safe rooms or small commercial. Ti work if you're a skilled veteran looking for a homeowner in need of work or commercial business needing ti where at least call bob or dj vets bill at four eight zero five eight four three six seven five varsity sport show and the national you. Football cheer association probably present. Give y fcat every saturday morning at ten. The varsity sport shows vince. Still ezio in. Ymca commissioner jason. Hirsh bring you the best of arizona. Youth football including previous highlights that attend thirty. Catch the football game of the week with arizona's top players up to age. Fourteen joined vince. Jason and brands every saturday morning from mavericks at scottsdale on nyse atv. Thank you for listening to the varsity sport show. Our mission is to empower education and enable dreams creating a platform to promote young people in extracurricular activities and community outreach. If you are interested in partnering up with varsity sport show find us on twitter. Facebook instagram or call or text us at four eight zero seven seven nine nine four three seven. The varsity sports show arizona's home for youth. High school college and you. This is lisa encouraged from scottsdale arizona. And you are listening to the varsity sports. Show go varsity katie. Us am ten sixty tempe phoenix and care selects hd. two scottsdale. Phoenix is home for the dan. Patrick show this program is paid for by the jv sports llc and its partners. You're listening to these scored show home of arizona's youth high-school college sports and you empowering education and a neighbouring dreams right here on katie. Us am ten sixty in arizona. And now welcome to the varsity sport show. Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to another edition of sport. Show here on. Am ten sixty katie west arizona. Wow fiscally co here Not it's important to tell you who i am but what we're about and we are show that likes to explore the community spotlight everything that's good in the communities too many bad things going on out there and not enough good things or at least not enough. Good things talked about if you've if you search Far and wide. You're sure to find some great things happening. And and we like to spotlight those things. And and that's the tagline goes. We are the home of youth high school college. And you and so my my week lays gentleman. My week started off last week. A pretty good sunday. We had some games Nyse national youth football association. We have some games added arcadia high school. Some really good games. Lot of fun And livestreams some games It was a great day. I mean he can't beat starting a week off football. You count sundays. The start of your week monday Did are taping another taping of the nyse a tv. Show that My colleague i league n. Ymca league commissioner. Jason Host out at mavericks in scottsdale had a lot of fun doing that That's great yes and That'll be airing after This morning show at ten. Am on cox easy channel. Four in phoenix channel seven tucson. Or it'll be on youtube. Just go to our youtube channel. at The varsity sport show youtube channel. It'll be debuting there and then tuesday. I took a turn had my kidney stone surgery. So you could google it. A procedure called a laser lith- road trips easy and it wasn't fun. Believe me But anyway feel a little bit better and Monday i've got a follow up. Get my give my beautiful standout on monday but that's That's what happens so it's one of those things in life that happens in we are not immune to anything we are not indestructible and so. When did that thursday went out to the raya raise. Maria ruiz leadership academy and had more fun out. There had a chance to interview some kids and coaches For this coming weeks in. Ymca tv episode interviewed. Some eight you Athletes who was fun. Gosh it's it's it's so much it doesn't matter how old these kids are man when you when you're talking athletes you're talking to athletes and they are serious about their sport and the parents rallying around and the and the coaches love kids. I mean it's just a it was a great time out there And so that was a great day. Friday yesterday went out and did As you guys know i. I'm a public address announcer for. Asu sun devil. Athletics do a couple of sports out there. And i am the lacrosse announcer and asu. Yes has a collegiate lacrosse team. Pac twelve competition they played oregon beat oregon pretty good you oregon ducks fans man. It was It was a pretty good beat down. They institute the mercy role at dell. When you're up by ten and the final score was eighteen six finished off yesterday with a baseball game out It was the debut of our coverage of so obeys fall. And we'll be joined by head. Baseball coach joe mickey during the savior cat report about halfway through the show to talk about his win over mosquito highschool my colleagues derek disner and ryan sikora Made his debut as a color analysis broadcaster. Yesterday did a great job had a chance to sit back and listen to those guys and and kinda help with production in the end. V the Glorified gofer and and help make sure everything was Was running with the livestream so had a lot of fun and here we are today so today we are joined. I'm going to kick this off right away. Because i don't want to waste this guy's time. This is one of the busiest guys in arizona. we're going to start off with our segment. Go ahead air. The varsity sports show presents my recruits coach. So when you get your own segment intro. That means that you're a regular and And in in this guy has definitely puts in his time. He does a lot of work for the community. He is great for the community and he does a lot of work for kids. And it's all about the kids This is Coach luper on the local recruiting guru coach for on. How are you sir. Good morning vince. How you going buddy all right man. What's new. I'll tell you why i thought i was a busy man. You got baseball. Got the youth football. And now i hear lacrosse. I mean i didn't even know you guys know what lacrosse was out here. I don't they just handed scripted. They say just read so no. It's fun. I'm actually having a good time with it. It's like it's hockey on grass. And they get pretty rough out there. I'll tell you what it's it's a good sport at asu coach. Tim mccormack out there. he's the northwestern guy and they brought him in and he's got a great program and he's always easy to talk to go to head coach. How's it going today. Houses look but add into that ahead surgery on tuesday. I heard the Kidney stone laser at adak yossi laser. Yeah i'll do it better. We're we're glad you're back and talk about lacrosse. I have so many coming from long island new york. It's across heaven and and i have so many friends in the college coaching world in lacrosse. But it's just not even something that. I even have a fraction of a minute for now. You know with being exclusively working with the high school football players and things have been really busy because we we've kicked off kind of camp series and we've had various kamson combines which Well tell you it opens. It opens my eyes as a recruiter to some of the players that you know i have not yet seen but also give me a closer look at some of the guys that are already with me so it benefits us in many ways all right. So let's talk about those can't so what's what's cooking while today is the under armour camp and that's you know a a very prestigious series of cam sped under armor puts on. There's no cost and players will come out there. They'll get out that it in in all under armored year and they'll go through a series of drills an invite only caliber camp to compete in the under armour game. So it's a great Privilege to get out there and we. We've got a lot of guys. You know. Young men that you covered. You're gonna be out there angel floor is the quarterback from casa grande. We're very excited to see him. Perform out there and a couple of others. We have showing up but most recently I had a arizona. Combine locally here is doing a great job. I brought a couple of guys out to and Johnny noriega young writers hit twenty two wide receiver. I have that At a healer ridge he did amazing Guy and hegel you gotta chaparrals won the award for that that the combine palestinians in a young man that you covered also He got the fastest forty combine. So the meyrick. Kyw's performed really well at the arizona. Combine nice and we were pretty excited. you know there. There's a lot of great combines and camps out there but there's also a lot Ga- i was with gary howard last week. Gary howard runs the n. P. showcases n. P. showcases a series that travel the country. I've known him for some time. randy taylor worked with him. Who is the recruiting coordinator from ucla for twelve years. These guys are big on the block. There are no joke so we a lot of a lot of our players. Come out there. But i also was able to see a lot of local talent that didn't cross my retreats desk and we were able to get them on board. So we're even more excited about that. I see matthew mcclellan out there from our pay threats who's a two-time ed dougherty nominee young man sitting on twitter. Forty eight dollars. i mean it. It's scary when you see how many of these guys are really not getting the attention that they deserve you know and it's not like we're going to wave the magic wand and everything's gonna happen we're gonna to get him in a bare spots in there in Chris thomas junior from cactus high school. I think i think you've covered him this year as well chris. Thomas junior did so well at the national showcase camp that tyrod wheatley From morgan state. Division one school. Hp out in baltimore called me up because this this this kid hits are mold. We want to offer him and they offer them this week. Slow we've had some great success and there's like there's a lot of good ones out there but families have to beware and even if you're not signed up with my recruits and you wanna know about a camper combine then me the m coach for own you can call me. You need my information. You can go to the to the varsity sports show and they'll get you don't want to go to these camps combines and just go because it is a lot of money you could be a couple thousand dollars deep before you know it. Yeah you gotta get on. You got to get on the radar before you get there. So you know that the the coaches are are looking at you and and But coach so. Who are you seeing in terms of schools or conferences out here. That are trying to make a splash that maybe had in the past but all of a sudden now. Have a flurry of activity out here. Is there any one school or conference. You're seeing more than any other well the nfc conference. I think is doing a great job. Particularly you'll see you know. Northern state has really made a big push out here grabbing Mason osborne and a few other guys so the thises division to conference mainly in the north of the country. But i feel like they have. They have really Establish themselves in and recruiting out here. Southwest minnesota state has made unbelievable push out. You see more sure bowler boilerman. The linebackers coach is A good friend of mine and he is really just dove in. And you know he's getting a chance dirty and that's what and that's what it's about these recruiters you have to get involved. You gotta get to know these these kid. You gotta get to know these families and i and i had a conversation with a college coach at finally. I hate to sound like an idiot. But i mean if you're not utilizing me i don't know what else you want to give you. We have a. We have a portal right now where they can log in and see every player we have. They can see all the players that are in there. I mean we can deliver it for him. So we're we have over four thousand coaches in that portal. And we're excited about that. But you know you have to great question. I can answer it all day but another school you can see that made unbelievable push out here is made. They'll stay and jen. Maybe stayed up in maysville. North dakota i think has signed to date mainly nineteen hours. Older kids nice guy owner kiss coach in our final twenty seconds here. Where can people reach you once again. We'll definitely reach out to me at coach brown Or my recruits dot org. There's a great camp coming up guys. If you wanna get an invite to reach out to me it's called the rv rouse versus coverages. It's put on by college coaches. So that's another good one awesome coach perron our old friend from my recruits. Thank you so much coach. Look forward to seeing you once again in talking to you more and keeping us updated have a great weekend coach rubbish. show vince. thank you again. thank you sir. 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It's time for the ny fca on the varsity sports show am six eighty s arizona. Welcome back to the varsity sports. Show vincent here and that is the kickstart of our ny fca segment and joined today by our my broadcast partner for the last couple of weeks covering these games out at arcadia high school from easy varsity mr. Eric newman. eric. I'm hey how you doing great. We catch you off guard where you muted or what. Yeah it was music for a second. I didn't know what was letting me back on. Yeah so we talked Gosh it's been about a month or two about having you come and helpless with some broadcast you you you got into a little bit a little bit more than what you were expecting. You were thinking you know this was just gonna be some little novelty. You know kids run around on the field actually pretty competitive. That's right it's been really fun. We've seen them awesome plays Some big moments good coaching and a little bit of intensity. It's been a good time. The ad has it has an joining us on the line. We have a jacob on the line jacob. J who's who's on the line with us some Eric aaron jacob. Making fun of me. Oh jason takes. Lee okay and ymca league director jason hers. My co host on Ny fcat jason. So thanks for joining us and give us kind of a recap here. And meanwhile while. Eric i are also talking about this for the last Last couple of weeks. The games sounded arcadia. It's it's just been great to get these teams going to get. Everyone settled in. All the divisional games are happening and Out at we have our wins and losses in the books experience. You guys you started to get competitive. Yeah so eric what's been the biggest surprise about what you've seen on the field. What's been the most pleasant surprise for you you know. I think it's just that the kids are so excited to be out there it's spurring football. Something novel completely They they seem to appreciate that. There's a tv camera and everything like that. It's just the thing being done those groups and everything going so well immerse having such a great time with it. Well it's serious. That's the thing you know. And when you think of little league you think parents that possibly could be a little. You know little over the top but it hasn't quite. It hasn't been that way. There's been a lot of some four. Nyse does a pretty good job of of setting the expectation. I think. And i'm i'm speaking specifically to jason on this The expectation you come out you know you you. You're respectful you manage those expectations well And you know there's even passes they give you if you're allowed on the field. They don't want any unnecessary folks. It should be on the field that she just be coaches and support staff We've got trainers out. you know. Just in case and making sure the kids are hydrated. And and it's it's been you know beyond expectation. I mean it's been a lot of fun. Wouldn't you say jason You know what i hear. The families and the feedback I think they're really enjoying the experience in the environment. And their focus is on the athletes and coaches. They're the ones that do the work all week. And that's where it has. That folks. So eric difference between the eight year old kids and the and the fourteen year old kids in terms of what we've seen out there because we've covered both levels it seems like and and we'll have it again tomorrow but what what have you seen or noticeable differences with those. The biggest thing is often. I think we saw in the as members But they were mostly screens or short passes could run But as you know it's a more developed game and that's what you expect that level because they're still learning how to play the game at eight at fourteen they're they're about to go to high school so you would expect them to be ready to play more freshman football More developed game. And that's kind of what the biggest differences done but it's It's all about learning as a really really young level and you can see that they've got the fundamentals down. Yeah at both levels. Actually i mean fundamentally very sound and you know it was funny last week our game. Mvp was a was a A running back from From one of the teams that that played the south stampeded the eight year. Old level. And when we When we had brittany boyer our sideline reporter on a few of these games. When she interviewed him i mean he was very composed. It was as if he had done this a million times before he was very selfless talking about. You know his teammates and the team and practice and preparation. I mean it was interesting. Jason do we see this a lot with with a lot of the kids out there. I was actually. I'm so glad you said that. Actually down the field. And i was just in all the odor and that just goes back to how it starts at home. You know how how. He's brave message. The story around him. And i'm sure the program you playing at their focus on the team and not the individual. It's really great and eric. You talked about learning the game special gas round towers and all that we were in the booth couldn't believe are watching to eight. You teams running. Wishbone the pistol. No kidding was hilarious. But it was great because you know. It's a throwback to fifty years ago but yet they're executing it so well and the defense gashi talk about defense coming up and make in place with these kids was something to to really behold amy. I think the future of this sport is bright. Especially when you've got kids this age that are getting into it and get into it safely. That's that's the other thing is they're learning fundamentals there learning how to play the game the right way and they're being allowed to play out. The refs aren't controlling. these games. There I it's it's the kids out there. Plan doing it in a safe manner. The parents the coaches the staff You know respectful and and it's a safe environment as well so Jason what what can we expect. Tomorrow have another huge game of the week. In in the eight you the arizona advantage and Time this would be four top spot in in the division and then we got a couple of big games over two weeks after that but Really excited or the contest is sweet and see how they shape up. We got fibers ex actor in the middle school division which the top two teams so. That should be a battle as well. Eric do you have from what you've seen favorite Favorite spot on the field favourite Up the position on the field what What have you seen. That's that's been you know the kind of the most fun to watch the running backs i think because the at both of these levels we've seen That the running backs can really make a play. They've got they can hit but a lot of them also play on defense to and they They make please. Making interceptions forcing stumbles getting sacks. I think that just that that they need for that position really translates all over the field so enjoyed seeing a lot of them play i. It's been fun for me to watch as well particularly since the running backs tend to be the biggest kids on the field at this age. The eight year old age. You don't live in a little bit smaller. You've got these big tower running backs that you just can't bring down and you wonder if these kids continue to grow and develop and and fundamentally sound you know as as i was out interviewing a few kids i ask them what their favorite move is and they're you know they're out there showing me a spin move. Juke move and the real serious about it. It's a lot of fun so So jason this so tomorrow will be week three. This is a ten week season How do you expect the the season to continue to play out here. You know just A lot of a lot of good competitions I think you know the more that ny ymca can deliver. The platform will continue to elevate and level up or are tackle community and i see. We're we're getting great. Interest from from other teams. Were starting to get calls from partners in thursday and people in the community looking to get involved. Just like our buddy robert togo. Who came out but no kidding. Yeah just just grateful to be part of this and to be lined up with. People have really care about football. They're passionate about football. And it's about putting the kids in the family. The coaches the volunteers. I you know you talk about robert scoville. We're going to have a chance to to meet him Tune into the show after we go off the air here ten. Am on cox floor. Phoenix seven tucson hd. One one thousand four phoenix one thousand seven but robert scoville was a sound technician in the music industry for years. When worked for over twenty years with tom. Petty in particular and As well as other artists even worked with the van halen brothers at that was just. I'm you guys know. I'm a big van halen fan and he actually told me he. He likes sammy. Hagar better than david. Lee roth ira in the same camp on but anyway on on other things. So eric newman a varsity eric. Awesome job looking forward to continue to work with you. We've got an a bunch of other projects coming up a later in the spring and into the fall. So hopefully your your schedule will allow you to join us on. That erica. of course is part of His his partnership with zach. I'll vira in. their podcast. Does a great job find him on twitter and my friend. Jason hirsh league commissioner of the n. y. fca. Jason will see you tomorrow man. Eric van broke right before your birth. Thank you thank you awesome. Okay folks stick around when we come back we are going to be joined by my old friend. Derek disner who called the baseball game yesterday out at sorel high school it'll be the sabre cats report and a big win head baseball coach. Joe mickey and then. 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Joe meek and now here's a sabre cap report bad news. Welcome back to the varsity sports show. And when you hear that intro it's the sabre cats report joined by so worrell high school out of scottsdale head baseball coach here on. Am ten sixty k. d. u. s. arizona coach. Joe mickey coach micky. Good morning more than power with mark. I'm all right man. How are you big win yesterday. Congratulations thank you Everything always takes a little bit better. Make up a little bit better after a big win. So i'll say the country music even sounds a little better too about you know. Yeah i know it not always about crying and You know tear in my beer and Sad for my dog and all that so eighty five is so. We're also joined by the guy that called the game yesterday. derrick derrick. Good morning good morning. Good morning coach. Hey derek so what did you see. Yesterday i saw a pretty good game. But i was kinda running around a little bit too making sure the connection will solve all that so what you see yeah. It was a great comeback for the sabre and a great victory at home. Picking up their second win of the season and coach. You have to be very proud of your squad. You traveled to mosquito on tuesday and fell. Eleven to four and that ballgame but yesterday you played from behind and your team showed no quit health trout of. How were you three year team knowing that they were able to rally back and get that five to four victory volumes of disbelief than the you know recently worked so hard in the in the moment. And there's no one out of a game and even that game on tuesday that got out of hand. A little bit in the thick they didn't. I mean we were right there almost similar type of game in a in a four four game in the And then he kind of broke it open to be. In the same scenario. I was feeling a little deja through but We felt we felt like that was on our side yesterday and it was time to break it open and kurt. Arnold came up with a couple of big hits for us and Thomas to take on the mound just kept us. It's a whole way. And just keep scratching claw and fighting kind of that dave recap mentality and And we were able to pull it out at the end there but both really good for the guys and it's good morale boost knowing that That belief complete coach go ahead. Derrick sorry Coach thomas descenza. Yesterday really Was able to stand out for your squad on the mound You had to be very pleased with that. He goes six and two thirds of an inning. And really the only time you had to pull them was at that. Very ended titan nelson comes into final out so you don't burn your bullpen really at all But talk about what you saw out of thomas to chaz roe yesterday what made him. So effective on the mound. That's a great question. I love watching him. Pitch compete factor is off the charts. I mean he loves to attack hitters. He has a great mindset about baseball like knowing what he wants to do and executing his plan In to be honest with you walking out there i've i felt so bad. It was the only reason i pulled. It was because of the a pitch count limitations which is one hundred five do out. It was the first time we touched that all seasons And and i would have loved to have him finish that game that he started so strong but came in did his job. But thomas Really standing out as a frontline pitcher for us really kind of with that compete factor in giving us a chance to win and our guys feel that in in it translate into the pitching staff to so anytime you get that leadership but junior leader. Who's been around our program. Now is a three year varsity guy. really taking the reins and and kinda just cleaned from the front. It's a it's a special feeling for him as an athlete. Because you want them to have success and take that next step with teach definitely done early in the season But as a program have that confidence building behind the around feeling for every everybody coach real quickly. let's talk about the week ahead And and surprises. Maybe that you have this early part of the season with some of your your key guys who've been who've been guys that have stepped up early and And how's the week ahead looking a love. It I tell you what the blue collar guys. I kind of think of them as like almost like the offense lineman sometimes but our catcher. Frank frankie bigger. Oh really just leading our pitching staff As a senior At this time in the sun and he's taken it with full stride I'm really proud of how he stepped up and really just let our our pitching staff From behind the plate. I mean that's the captain of our defense really is a catcher in and he's kind of an unsung hero. 'cause they're blocking balls getting dirty and not getting a lot of love but he. He's definitely be doing that for us early in the year. What a break for us. He said And and really As a team collectively just watching some guys come up in bronx good having some good at-bats for us And really Even outfielder tanner nelson is a sophomore. Who come up with some big knocks and good that bad Your points a week ahead. American leadership academy. I don't know a whole lot about him I love that about high school. Baseball is I look at these scores and some pop out one day and beat somebody. That got run ruled a couple of days earlier. So la. I don't know a ton about but i know They're gonna be competitive and they've been in a lot of games so I know they're going to give us all they can. And hopefully we We find ourselves Bought after a big win on friday coach. Thanks so much and have a great week. We'll circle back with you next week. Coach coach joe nikki. Solorio baseball here in vaber can't report. Yes sir i i really appreciate it. I'm going to ask for one softball. Twenty seconds here when you asked about my assistant coach kids I left out to really important coaches one. My administration has opened assistant coach for me. I want to give them a lot of love. The game yesterday today and the most important assistant coach in my life is my wife. And i didn't give her listen to this. It's it's probably never let you forget it did she. I really do better. But i thought let me do what i do so i finished you. Let me give it a shout out to not a problem daughter from coach. You gotta take care of business so good job there and it reminds us all. We have to remember that so anyway. Coach we'll talk to you next week way to go. Thank you guys all right all right. So derek joining us on the line is especially young man. I i want to bring him on. I wanna talk to really proud of this guy for for the fact. He's a two sport athlete. His his main sport is football but he kind of toyed around with the basketball team a little bit as a power forward. This year had a lot of fun with them and he just got a scholarship offer so he is set and he'll play out his senior year and then go on to greener pastures. I don't know how much greener pastures are when you're at high school it's definitely You know gotta be something special. You call it greener pastures but we're joined by solorio defensive end tristan monday morning sir morning. How are you. Oh i'm all right man. Hey congratulations so you're going to be a wildcat Have an actor. John here right now at the. Wow you got started right away. So so arizona wildcats congratulations. Tell us about how. The recruiting process went forty. I was it tough decision where there are a lot of schools involved. How all that play out and did these guys cringed when they knew you were playing basketball. No they're actually love the fact that i was playing basketball. They love the fact that. I'm a two sport athlete and my on the court transitions to how i play football. So they loved all as far as their training process. There were other schools. But you've really took the cake with how they recruited me in the amount of energy and effort. They put into recruiting fought. Trust in at now that you've signed on with you of a you know what your future holds. Does that kind of lighten your load from from a mental standpoint. Now that your future is set you could kind of go out there and get prepared and enjoy your senior season and next year for your senior year. Will you still play basketball or will you only focus on football though you have a place to call home and as far as the bath logos all know that whether i'm graduating earlier if i don't have dried wedding early spring ball. They'll probably end up playing basketball. I talked to the coaching staff about and they said they'd be what w- so where did they have you pennsylvania when you get down there what position i know. You'll be playing defense obviously but What where do they see play. Are they three point outside. Linebacker forming a three or four. There's some nice. Wow and more importantly are they're gonna be after mom and dad or they're gonna be tickets for For this worrell broadcasting also. Why are people are laughing over there. Why are people laughing. Come on now. Oh come on nov. yeah no. I'll see what i could do but there you go there you may be some swag maybe shirt or something. I don't know anyway tristan. We're so proud of you. I can't tell you we follow your basketball season. We were there right with you. I was literally standing next to the training table. That that when you roll your ankle that one time and and and and ted my fingers crossed. Everything was okay and you came back in that game and And played out the rest of the season and have just been lights out. ever since. we're so excited. And we're so excited to cover you guys this fall and and and anytime there's a win a successful story speaking kind of on behalf at your mom to. I'm a dad and any time you know you got a son that or a child for that matter that that goes on to do great things you feel special warm place in your heart. So we're proud and happy for mom and and happy for you so wanda wish you well go get him at camp no will look forward to talking to the against him i pre. You haven't been on the all right man tristen monday. wow defensive. end extraordinaire power forward on the basketball team. Derek we're so happy for that guy. I mean he's just a nice guy to read. We really are you know. It's it's a bummer. We didn't get to see him on the football field this past season but just watching him on the basketball court and Getting to know him personally off the court. I mean he is just a great young man and you just have to be so thrilled. Not only for him but his whole family as he gets ready to enroll and get started at the u. of a. luckily for sabre cats nation. You still have trysted monday for one. More season yeah as well as a lot of other great players. But it's going to be a fun year where we're excited to be covering saburo. Athletics this fall. It's going to be fun and coming up after the break. We've got a major announcement a special guest from canyon view high school out in the west valley. Stay with us. Don't go away derek. you're coming back and looking forward to talking to our special guests. Can view high school ahead. Football new head football coach. Nick garrett's stick around here on the varsity sports show we will be back for final segment in just go. Varsity bob campus sports home every weekday from nine to eleven here. Td emc ten sixty. This is can you do. High school had baseball coach. Nick swanson and you are listening to the home of jags baseball varsity sports show on. Am ten sixty k. d. era zone. The varsity sports show is proud to partner with sabre cat. Athletics that's right the scottsdale tomorrow. Sabre cats are on the varsity sport. Show joined the varsity team as we cover the cats during the sabre cats report on saturday mornings. Varsity sports show on. Am ten sixty katie us. Arizona featuring players coaches and commentary. Look out for livestream coverage of soil sabre cats sporting events by going to youtube and searching for varsity sport. Show then click. That subscribe button to stay up-to-date the suara sabre cats are here. The varsity sport show and the national youth football and cheer association. Probably present in. Why not every saturday morning at ten. The varsity sport shows vince to lazio and in ymca commissioner jason. Hirsh bring you the best of arizona youth football including previews and highlights that attend thirty. Catch the football game of the week with arizona's top players up to age fourteen. Join vince jason and france. Every saturday morning from mavericks in scottsdale on nyse atv started movement company with their customers clothing styles in mind their goal is to close the world. Your way high end comfortable clothing at affordable prices check out their custom custom-made hats shirts masks and vintage gear. They outfit the varsity sport show crew in sponsor the stasi movement company player of the game. War find a matt's desa movement dot e c w i d dot com spelled s. t. e. s. a. forci. They've show monday through friday one to three. Pm right here on the us am and sixty welcome to the jaguar. Nation on am ten sixty k. d. arizona the varsity sport show naked in the street on a big welcome back to the varsity sports. Show you the jag. Nation with kanye view highschool and brand new head football coach. Nick good morning coach gear tower. You sir i'm great. How are you doing coaching. I pronounce your last name correctly. You you did that. Not many people get arrive. Usually they say gertz. But it is pronounced garrett's but hey i i've been called worse things so there you go coach. You're you're a longtime mo- west valley guy. I know you know. I i remember yet. It told him valley longtime ago What ten years ago and you just kind of moved around a little bit among the school did you grow up on that side of town. Yep i am a born and raised from buckeye so my Actually my grandfather. At one point time with head coach at buckeye high-school and then my brother and i were always around high school football with him. Wow go hawks coach a local product. You played At the junior college level glendale community college. Now you're a head coach and out in the west valley. It's gotta be nice to know that you're able to achieve your dreams. You're the head coach now of your own program and you're still able to stay so close to home. What drew you canyon view. There's a special place He started with the administration Facilities being a brand new school like you're saying be able to build your own your own program and in a way and starting starting the culture that you want to start with and so many things. The views the views around the school. You can't beat that. We were on the baseball game. I signed sun was setting right over. The field is a great place to be. I and i truly believe it. Is you know the best job in the state of arizona. I i'm not doubt yawn at. I mean it's definitely in by top three because you know you deal with an administration principal of philip. Now this guy looks like he can still play. And i see him every sporting event he's he is very much into the game when we were covering basketball at canyon view a he would literally he would sit three rows in front of us he would have our livestream and he'd be listening to us behind him and and it was a little intimidating but he's the nicest guy in the world and and and you know because he so saporta these all about activities extracurriculars not just athletics but extracurriculars in general and then. You've got an athletic director that proactive in ms andrea hudson. And you've got a mr jesse who's kind of the old You know you talk about the the av guy while. He's much more than that and handles a lot of digital technology on campus in and just great people all the way around. I mean it's it's it. That's what makes the school what it is and then we give to. The parents is support as they are. And then obviously the kids coach. It's an amazing place in that. It was their first year varsity competition right away. They're they're jumping in playing in five. A i mean that's got to be a little intimidating. Not only for the kids but for the staff. You don't know what you're going to get. You don't have any seniors out there and here. You are stepping in after year one. Yeah i think it. I think it's exciting. The kids you know my old high school coach is on staff with me. And he. he's you know he's eighty years old and for him to walk out of the way room and look at me and say coach. The hardest working kids. I've been around a long time for him to give him that compliment. I saint something for somebody. That's been around the game. As long as he has. And then i totally agree with the work ethic. And they're hungry. They want to learn. They want to get better. They want be good. And it's it's been really good. We've been getting them getting them up at five thirty in the morning. And it's been you know constant numbers and very consistent so i really really excited to get things moving and start spring football period pretty soon coach this this team finished right at five hundred four and four last season but she ended the year winning three out of your last five games so a lot of momentum and the season. I'm assuming you and your team are just chomping at the bit to to hit the field. Get this twenty twenty. One season started. Yeah there's lots of good things that we saw film A lot a lot of things that grow off of and learn. And i think once you get that foresees it on your bell You know you're going into now with with the senior class where they have that experience and they played on date games and it's not going to be so new to them and and they know what to expect. Let's let's let's talk about the schedule coach. You guys have any idea of. I know the a has come out with fall schedules yet. Your league some of the teams in that league. What what. What kind of nuggets can you throw out of since. Obviously we're going to be calling every game home away for you. Yeah i really like our region It's a region phase of fame and everything is indicating that it will stay the same And and i think. I think it's a competitive region that that we know. We're going to have to be ready to play every week in the region that we're in and depending on what are our non region schedule looks like to I think it's it's really just going to be about us and really trying to own our role as individuals and and really just look in and try to get better every day and then and then one once we get to that first game will will start preparing for them and then you just do that every week coach. Obviously you are the head coach of your varsity team however you obviously as the head coach one and build a system from the ground up and really get the kids at a young age so by the time they are at the varsity level. They're ready to play and they know the system. You like to run. I noticed in a in later in april you camp. Jaguars starting for sixth through eighth graders. What do you hope to really achieve in that camp at. And what do the younger levels look like right now for future. Jaguars jaguars really excited Really we want to bring in those kids and get them introduced to coaching staff. All levels or president coaches versing coaches and then really start a certain implementing our system with those kids right away especially those eighth graders so they can when they come in you know in august and then the summer they've been introduced to our office system's defensive and our culture more importantly And then hopefully you know those demonstrators come back the next tier of the and so on and keep building off that we we We think We think are lower levels the freshman and jv's that we have there now they did a great job and there's a lot of talent At in the lower levels and a lot those kids played up some place. Jadeveon cima played varsity as freshman. So i think. I think there's a lot of talent that is there. And if they're they're super hungry to get unleashed i am. I am so looking forward. I can't tell you derek. I'm so excited coach. Garrett's i'm so excited to be to be a part of this about covering you guys. This fall is going to be a lot of fun. The other thing i'm excited about is that were integrating. Thanks to mr seeker A lot of students that want to be a part of our production and broadcast. And we've already seen that over the course of the spring derek. You worked a lot of basketball games over there and you had you know roxie and davina. That helped us out with camera where we're going to have other students as well that jonathan anthony that that are going to be a part of a of our our production team that are canyon view students. So it'll give them opportunities and and hopefully ultimately get them a little bit as on air talent so It'll be a lotta fun coach. Garrett's thanks so much for the opportunity. Thanks to your administration. We're looking forward to covering you guys. This fall and kicking things off in in august and later in the summer will will come out and we'll do some coverage for at preseason so it should make for a lot of fun. I'm excited guys. I can't wait to work with you guys and and you you nellie admitted he. He's awesome and he doesn't phenomenal job of everything over there. So thanks for having me on and looking forward to working with you guys all right. That was the jag nation. Report here on caja de k. d. us a of ted sixty the versus four show derek x end of another show man. What it what show. Yeah what yeah lot a lot crammed into an hour events. That's for sure. We had a lot of fun. So i wanted to start off by thanking our yesterday we start off with my recruits coach for wrote a great guy. You can find him on twitter and He's he will work with your kids in in getting them some exposure and in and Depending on what their postseason High school plans are. We had a chance to chat with league. Commissioner of the n. y. fca. Mr jason hirsh. Eric newman My broadcast partner for those games out at The n. fca games Eric from as abc varsity. We're gonna be do a lot of work together this spring and fall the sabre cat report coach. Joe mickey oral sabre cats baseball head coach. And then of course duels for athlete tristan. Monday football basketball player christy. Congratulations on the offer. From the university of arizona. He's going to be a wildcat folks play wildcat football and congrats trysted. And then of course Joined by on the jag nation by new head. Football coach at canyon view high school coach. Nick yards and derek disner. My broadcast partner is well derek. Neither great show big. Thank you to our partners. Stetson move company vintage motors adrenaline fundraising Vets contracting tb. ron sours training better athletes angel dentistry. Thank you all so much for joining us here on the varsity sports. Show stick around if you're still listening to the radio. Listen to my friends ed. Giovane from at ten to twelve on the easy sports radio show lot of rhythm. 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Can this ultimate work from home? Play can sustain its red hot run, but we start off with facebook, front and Center today, the company holding it all hands on meeting to address the growing backlash over how the company is handling protests breaking out across the nation. Let's get straight to Julia. Borsen with the very latest Julia. Melissa, Mark Zuckerberg did defend himself and his stance in that meeting with facebook, employees facebook just issuing a statement moments ago, saying quote, open and honest discussion has always been part of facebook's culture marquette an open discussion with employs today as he has regularly over years, he's grateful for their feedback. The New York Times reporting that Zuckerberg said in this meeting that the decision not to fly president. Trump's posts quote when the looting starts the. The shooting starts was what he called a tough decision, but that it was quote Pretty Thorough Zach reportedly, saying that the company's free speech policies show quote that the right action where we are right now is to leave this up so I could work reportedly saying this meeting with employees that he knew this decision was going to lead to people within the company being upset as well as to criticism from the media Zuckerberg's decision. Decision to leave up that post from the president and not to flag it did prompt a digital walkout of hundreds of employees yesterday sources tell me that some of those employees are working on a list of specific demands for facebook management last night and engineer posted on Lincoln that he is submitted his resignation to facebook. He writes quote I cannot stand by FACEBOOK's continued to refusal to act on the president's bigoted messages aimed at. At radicalizing the American public now played Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg spoke with leaders of three civil rights groups. They said after the meeting they were disappointed at stunned by Zuckerberg and Sandberg's explanations suck working facebook. Saying they were grateful for the opportunity to continue the dialogue with these organizations. Guys back over to you all right Julia. Thank you Julie. Worsens basically Mark Zuckerberg has pleased no one Karen, but as a shareholder. Are you pleased? Well I'm pleased with how the stock has. Traded this year, and how well they've done I, he's in a really tough spot I think. Now at this point he he can, we'll continue to displease everyone. No matter what he does, I don't know what I mean we. I guess we're going to have to see what businesses reaction. We've seen just a tiny bit of it right how businesses react and is he weighing in his mind? How what business does he lose by keeping the stance? Versus what business will he lose by changing this dance? And and also wanting to. Keep, important employees, so it's a very fine line I'm I'm staying long stock I believe in the story, but I. I'm not sure the way out for him right now I mean the calculus of Mark Zuckerberg right now guy I would imagine it's very complicated, because not only is he weighing exactly what Karen Outline, but he's also probably thinking about protection under section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act. He's also thinking. About being a target of DOJ investigation that is ongoing at this point that has not gone away. and. He has managed to have a phone call with the president, which in that particular effort can't hurt him. Yeah and to point, and this was going to make. He loses no matter what he does I mean hippie sensors. The president is to get crushed and if he does the current takes the scores that he's taking now, he's getting crushed. The winner here is the president because if the president gets censored, he has absolute ammunition if he doesn't. He has a platform, so win win for the President lose-lose for mark, Zuckerberg, but know since the Bible seems to be all the rage throughout Luke twelve. Twelve forty eight and I'm paraphrasing, but to whom much is given much is required, and he's been entrusted with quite a lot and he's got to go to bed with the decisions he makes, but this isn't a political show. It's a stock show, and there's no denying that despite everything that's been going on. The stock is traded like a champ so to Cairns point you gotta still stay long. The name unless you start to see advertisers start to Balk. We haven't seen that yet, so. I'll use. That is my caveat, but until you see that you stay with the name and I will go to the Sunday school teacher now since we brought up Luke. Advertisers, but also user engagement. I mean those two things. Go hand in hand so to. quit this and I hate to say. Could this be different this time around? But in terms of how widespread these protests are the core that seems to have struck with corporate. America quit this incident. Be a little bit different for facebook to navigate. Well Corporate America's trying to figure out their stance on this as well so brings up the interesting point, and from the this catechist perspective The the question of whether you're doing something tactically, that's going to try to align yourself with the amount of people and businesses, and what's right for the share price and ultimately profitability, versus just what's right what what the moral high ground is and of course. The arbiter of truth, right? This is this phrase that we keep coming up with in his facebook supposed to be the arbiter of truth. When in fact, truth has different flavors so I think this is really the debate. The stock has been in beast mode and there's that's not a religious term That's a football term probably, and it's a term that that is almost. Almost hard to imagine facebook would be in considering where facebook has been in when it's been in this kind of spotlight, except for the fact that at this point it seems to be on the side of the government and and that's not their view on where they are. That's just the stance they've taken, but it is guy pointed out happens to be supportive of this administration. And based upon what the stock is doing. It seems to me that the stock is almost rerating based upon that now. Think about what we've had in the last month from facebook. Also we had the announcement of the facebook shops platform, which is essentially, they claimed one hundred sixty million small medium sized businesses. SNB's on their platform who can be setting up essentially a a storefront online, which is something that will give a lot of these closed. Closed down or at least businesses that have been shuttered a tremendous opportunity, and is also a way for them to be getting involved in in commerce, and improving upon just this advertising story so remembered that was the big news three weeks ago, and that was a very important driver for the stock, and I think it remains an important driver for rerating so in the game. Would you rather Dan between facebook and twitter? Does it factor in? The stamps that that twitter and facebook are taking the differing stances that they taking with regards to flagging certain kinds of tweets. Yeah I mean it does I mean. Jack Dorsey has proven that he's willing to stand up for a certain set of ideals, and these are going to be on the right side of history and Mark Zuckerberg is likely to go down in history. As, just on the wrong side of it, and when you think about three billion monthly active users they have. You have to ask yourself a question. Is this platform a source for good or a source for evil, and in really over the last few years? I think it's demonstrated the fact that it's really not doing a whole heck of a lot for humanity. We've had a lot of guests on CNBC who have a lot to say on that, so to me, you know. I applaud Jack Dorsey I think that some of the steps that they are taking. They're trying to safeguard their platform from being. Being Co, opted you know the last time that facebook was faced with this sort of challenge? After the two thousand sixteen election I think it's pretty fair to say that Mark Zuckerberg laid a massive egg Sheryl Sandberg, who was supposed to be the adult in the room, also did whereas she been over the last couple of years mark Zuckerberg went in front of Congress and it was an embarrassment. So you know at the end of the day you talk about Calculus. The Calculus is is that Mark Zuckerberg and his cronies have seventy percent of the voting rights, and they can do whatever they want. And so then you think about everything that all the other guys just said about this as an investable stock. Of course it is, it's very cheap. It's an absolute advertising machine, but at some point I think a lot of brands especially of two thousand and twenty goes wrong, and you know what you say to yourself. How much worse can it go? What really feels at least as far as the presence concerned that it's going to go get a lot. Lot more over the course of the summer, and into the fall I, see every opportunity for Mark Zuckerberg just a trip all over himself and I just don't see this as a sort of thing that a lot of brands are going to want to be associated with coming out at twenty on all right, so it is, it is going to be a problem from the investor standpoint joining us now on the phone as recode, executive, editor and Co founder. Always great to get your take. Thanks for joining us. Hi I'm. Dan brought up a very good point and interesting one in terms of facebook being, and I don't WanNa words in his mouth, but basically the devil's spawn from an investor's standpoint, though mania that doesn't matter for now as long as advertisers as long as users continue to use this platform. Do you think eventually that it catches up with either parts of those equation of the equation? I think it always catches up, but right now they can be pickles. They want because their stock is up and so they get this passed. This is his ability to say it's okay. Because of the 'cause 'cause they really are the only game in town, and so they decided because there's a lot of legislation coming possible antitrust action societal up for the to the current government. I think there's. There's a danger in that eventually, but think as markets seen throughout his his short corporate history that he can violate rules and get away with it, and so this is just the same you know this is. This is sort of a song that I singing and telling people, and they're surprised that he does the same thing over and over again, but this is a pattern of March second. Earliest days he has complete control of this company is not marking as maintenance is just mark and you know He. He's not thinking of anything like what the right thing for history he doesn't. He has a a passing knowledge of the First Amendment from what I seen him. Speak About it, and I find disturbingly naive but at the same time he has, he's made his decision and his decision is is the rule of law at facebook, and therefore that's what they're gonNA do. Do you think that the employees the internal sort of revolt or the internal concerns that this is sparking it. Does this catch up to facebook as a company in terms of attracting talent, or does that problem largely dissipate time as facebook employees people across the country with its new work from home policy. You Know I. Don't know because facebook AD. Spend one. Employee have been among the most docile going along with this any in Silicon Valley. There's always been a lot of hubbub inside Dougal. Almost continually same thing at twitter, a lot of the company this company you hardly hear a peep from their their employees in terms of these issues, lots of issues whatever something? You know comes up with social issues so. I I'm surprised that even people who have complained I hope it continues. I think it will have exactly zero effect. I'm perplexed as. That she'll Sanford is said nothing has been non voice here. Public Voice but I think they've decided to put Mark Out Front. I think he wants to be out in front of this They've tried with this content Ford. Would never decide things like this. It's only stuff that has been taken down there, not not stuff that that should be taken down, so you know they've tried. All kinds of things I think they are going to do exactly what they're gonNA do and this decision by March come as surprised anybody. It's always good having John thanks for being here. So what point if any? Is it incumbent upon the end user to make his own decision to? Delete the APP or to to push back. I understand what you're saying about. Mark I think it is what it is Mr Zuckerberg but the other side of that equation is the people have the power to certain point now. Absolutely, that's exactly right. That's the people can decide whether to use. These products are good. You know I. Know My own kids don't WanNa. Use It, and this is part of the reason. They're totally appointed by these decisions, but you know my kids don't represent everybody. Some people find it really useful You know Mark Zuckerberg is going to continue to be what I call them on twitter. The Susan Collins of the Internet so that's what he's. GonNa do is going to be disappointed in concerned, but he's GonNa? Do exactly nothing about continue to let. President trump do what he wants. And I think you were right all right in saying that there's no loser for the president, because if he gets kicked off or sidelines, he can complain to his face if he if he doesn't if nothing happens, he wins. You know it's just it's just it's. It's a really perplexing situation and something this company and other companies, and so she should have faced a long time ago. especially with with regards to president trump people like a like. They gave sugar to him like a child that gives sugar to them, and they're wondering why he's diabetic screaming like guess what this is, this is what you get. You allow someone to have unfettered access to platform and have and be found by no rules so again. Whatever side you're on about, this is because we're. We're here because this the way they made it. If facebook. Loses out our facebook. Loses some advertisers whatever this whole issue catches up with that company. Does twitter gain an edge? No not necessarily I mean I. Think would be interesting if twitter went to subscription models Professor Galloway on our David Program. talked about that like they have nothing to lose. There's sort of the two big players in advertising, our facebook and Google on their carving it up for themselves, including against me, companies, everybody else so twitter really isn't unique. The Nisshin would people pay for a subscription, would they? You know there's all kinds of things. Twitter has A. Twitter is sort of cut off political advertising. It also wasn't much of a lift. Although I I admire what they did. It wasn't much of a lift because it wasn't much of a business. and advertising really isn't point. Political advertising isn't really where the game it's in political content that gets thrown over the over the over the whole place, and a lot of it is just information. It's allowed to thrive on backwards like facebook so no I. Don't think they gained from it because they don't have the same product based spent about lock. On a lot, this stuff and I think they're angling not to not to be controlled in any way by the government, and if this if this administration wins, they certainly will reward facebook by leaving them out of. What's going to be a possible A purge the media company. Cara thanks so much for joining us. We do appreciate it all right. Thanks very much, Cara Swisher always good to get her opinion on things Karen firemen. What did you make of what Tara had to say? And the notion that because facebook has such a lock? Is I mean it may not really make a difference in the end to its competitors. I think. You remember what it Cambridge. ANALYTICA was giant I feel like there was much bigger than this actually the scale of that and cares right I mean she's been saying this for a long long time. That's Eckert xanadu whatever he wanted that he can not just because of his voting, but because of the power of the platform. It sort of makes me wonder. If profitability and share price were to go down a lot with changes. Tune or that or he? He's just sticking by I. Don't know all that having been said I'm sort of you know Detached. And I still think the platform is incredibly powerful and I don't think stocks expensive, so I'm staying. Long Tim. Well. Eight bucks a share on expected twenty twenty. You're you know if you put a thirty multiple on it? Everyone can do that math. stocks not expensive relative to itself it is. But, but not relative to the size of the platform, and the ability to monetize, and again the honor monetize assets in Whatsapp Messenger and Instagram, so these are the things that were not even really talking about tonight, and and these are the things that give this company a lot more I have become more constructive on where the stock in trade obviously over the last month, or so as I've seen. The combination of the management has made eight choices. We've just discussed. I won't go back into that. That is probably constructive for the share price. It's an apolitical comment. I hope. It is something that we've seen in the past, and it's completely opposite of what they were doing for years ago. All right, we've got a news alert out of Amazon boasts got the story the address. Hey Melissa. Amazon is planning a summer sale event for June twenty second designed to provide a boost for sellers that have been feeling the impacts of the covid pandemic in a document sent to brands and viewed by CNBC Amazon says at the so-called fashion summer sale event will be by invitation only and run anywhere between seven and ten days long and Melissa. This really comes as Amazon operations. Start to get back to normal in the last few weeks. They start to sell more than SORTA. The limited amount of goods they had at the height of the crisis, and it also comes as it's better known annual Prime Bay that shopping bonanza is delayed reportedly until the fall back to you. Just to be clear. This is clothing. It says it's a fashion summer sale events, so it sounds like it's for clothing, but I think the focus here is that these are non essential goods as operations come back online. I think Amazon is trying to promote some of the sellers that had a harder time getting their stuff into warehouses and to customers about the pandemic. All right, thank. You did Bosa joining us on news from Amazon. Guide me, this is also happening at a time when retailers are starting to try to reopen, an Amazon is is going to be out there with its sale spectacular. Later this month. It's GONNA be tough. We talked about obviously force twenty minutes to show. We talked about to two companies that just basically it's their world and everybody else's planet them and I think you just outlined it really well terms of the stock. You know it's really amazing people here and see what they want to hear, but I thought we did a pretty decent job. You know we said our own. The stock into earnings pull the RIPCORD. Try to buy it back at twenty one seventy, and if you look the stock down to twenty to forty, I mean it close enough for government work as I say, but the stock is done everything absolutely right as has facebook, so it's one of those names. You're looking for. You're looking for those entry points. We're trying to provide you with them, but these are names, just impervious to whatever perceived bad news is out. There are coming up as a major luxury deal. Endanger the headline that sent shares of Tiffany tumbling today, and we're all over the move. Zoom the company's calls about to kick off. You're listening in and we'll bring you any big headlines Monies back right after this. 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The question is whether they can get out of the deal and I think the answer is not really I mean. This is a very very tight birger agreement, and there's a there's a notion called a material adverse change, so if something really bad happens, that allows the buyer to walk away, but in a lot of merger grievance they carve out. What are some material adverse changes that aren't that. Don't give the buyer the right to walk away so here. They have some very specific ones worsening of Hong Kong trade tensions, worsening of China. China Trade Jasmine's at Hong Kong protests, but there's two others that I. Think are even more interesting here and the languages. These are not an out, remember changes or conditions that generally affect tiffany's industry. So that's that's pretty broad protection, and the second one is the inability for tiffany to meet their own projections. That's pretty broad as well so I mean these are the very best lawyers that crafted this. Actually it's Frank Aquilla from Sullivan and Cromwell. Who I think is a friend of the show. So He's representing Tiffany I think they definitely have the better side of the argument by a lot and the other thing is sort of important as lvmh is sort of seen as a very high quality buyer, and they've already raised the money to do this deal, and this is a very unique property. It doesn't come along very often but I think that they really don't want to tarnish that. No Pun intended with tiffany silver, but they don't want to tarnish their image here of being a premier buyer. They like to buy the very best businesses so all that having been said I think that with the stock here. I don't own it because i. only know what the upside is. The upside is the deal closes at one thirty five the downside if the deal breaks which I. Don't think it will, but I don't know what the downside is, so it's really hard for me to assess, but the one other thing that's sort of important is if tiffany somehow breaks, Taubman stock is trading down a lot a lot. Also it's. It's completely unrelated and has its own merger agreement. That's just sort of the way the deal portfolios work right, and it's not just a matter if the deal breaks, but you don't know what the downside is either if the deal gets renegotiated, and there's a new price on it, tim so I mean to the person at home. They might think Oh, you know. This seems like a slam dunk, but not really. Well it depends on on. The sense of the luxury space, and where it's going in a Covid, nineteen is certainly an unknown. Tiffany was and ninety two dollars. Stock Ish. It kind of a couple of days of rally into the announcement, where it is vaulted almost within ten bucks of the numbers, parents talking about. I think weakness on Tiffany should be I think the unknown in terms of where this deal could get recrafted is is important, but I think it's a brand that we've also seen be very resilient during difficult times, and we saw it come back very quickly for example after the financial crisis in two thousand, because the luxury spend, and certainly tiffany's market is one that largely I think remains remains resilient so I I believe tiffany one to watch on weakness. But this speculation about this deal. Could it close or could it still be be broken? Apart has been going on for months. This was something that not to this point, but was was news. That was out there in mid March. Coming up Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson will join us. He'll tell us what he thinks. The biggest risk to the rally later why operators are making big bets at this chip off is about to break out bringing you the trade when fast money returns. Today every answer matters were than ever before. 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Well I mean we don't want to downplay the The violence over the weekend terrible event, but for the economy and the recovery itself I think the biggest event in the near term is GonNa be CAN WE GET The additional stimulus passed through Congress that we already had the house bill. And what form does that take and do we get the? The unemployment benefits extended as everybody's expecting There is a risk that it doesn't get done and I think that's a at the potential risk. Obviously, there's a risk that we have a spike. In cases as economy, reopened so those two. I would be top of the list for me. something that we're watching closely over the next couple of weeks. As, we watch the protests Tom Layover at fun. strep points out that the protests can be can be found in seventy five cities across the United States. And he writes. We now have transmission risk in high gear in the US. In seventy five cities, people don't protest with social distancing. So inasmuch as as the protests represent not only a to consumer, sentiment and confidence, but also just a transmission risk. A higher risk of a second wave. How are you doing these protests? Especially, the longer they go? Yeah I think I think that's a really important insight. I mean actually also going to provide a very good test for whether or not. There's going to be a second wave right because if we don't get a spike after these protests, that would be a pretty good sign that perhaps you know. The virus itself has has been eliminated, or at least more limited than what people are fearing that would be. That would be a good thing, so it can go either way which once again it you know it's. We're GONNA. Be Watching. It very closely We're reopening quickly. A lot of the country's doing that. I think it's the right move. the violence and riots this weekend. Obviously is not being done with social distancing, as you point out so those two things together. If that doesn't result in a spike in cases, you know, the market will probably take that pretty constructively, so we'll see how it goes. There is a if there's uses armed forces Mike. Is there a martial law risk to the Mark Markets? Well I mean like I. Don't think we're getting a little ahead of ourselves. At this point, I mean whether or not it's GonNa lead to shutting down again for safety reasons, I mean we're seeing that at night with the curfews. Let's hope it doesn't. Let's hope it doesn't get to that we'll deal with that happens right now. It's so hard to predict Let's just hope it doesn't go there Karen. You got a question. I do Mike Excellent call both last year and this year, but your constructiveness, your bullishness is there more that you expect from the Fed or the stimulus the last like for a while. To really it's a combination of a couple of things I mean first of all we have you know. We all know that this is a very steep recession. That we've had We're in it now. and typically you're going to get some kind of recovery off that I think because we've written about this. Extensively I think because of the health crisis nature of this recession that we've gotten more stimulus and we would have gotten in a garden, variety, recession, or even as deep recession where it wasn't health crisis, and so that's going to help the fact. Essentially. A v-shaped recovery of some form doesn't tell us about the sustainability of it, but we're pretty. We're getting more confident. that between the steepness of the decline with their probably faster reopen that people were thinking about four to six weeks ago, fiscal and monetary policy working in concert, and still growing in size by the way. That's a pretty good cocktail for a powerful second half recovery, and that's what the market's looking forward to, and now we just need to see if it can sustain. In just quickly Mike it. If we do have that second half rally, is it? Is it the reopening trade that wins the day? I think we're getting the reopening trade now right so that's I. Mean Look the market I could argue is pricing in some of that recovery me. I think a lot of folks would argue. The market's way had of itself, but markets are always headed themselves. They're discounting machines I think in order to get even higher prices. We're GONNA need other positive surprises. Rather than the reopening, being surprised as it were reopening without a deadly second wave, or I think more importantly that they don't read lockdown economy, even if we get second wave and we're better prepared for now with the healthcare system, so I think as we you know reopen. We start to live with this virus and we understand that you know we can actually function okay so economy, and that's GonNa. Get Business, confidence, consumer, confidence up, and then with the stimulus working in concert you can, you can create some pretty good velocity in in certain areas of the market. Mike thanks for joining us, thank you. Talk to you, Mike! Wilson Morgan Stanley Guy Donnie. You Great. Well to a certain extent I agree I. Mean I think the market is very expensive as well, but I don't think too I think to Mike's Point if. Even. Matters given vis-a-vis all the stimulus while the money has been pumped into the system Jim Cramer, said something this morning. I'm going to paraphrase, but your market doesn't have any emotions, and that's exactly right, and they're. They're people forty one million people out of work. Obviously, we're seeing what's going on. Outside of that and yet people will turn on the news tonight. At some point they'll see the stock. Market is within a whisper of an all time high and Talk about v-shaped recovery I don't think you get the economy, but you're clearly getting it in the stock market, and the to the chasm between the two continues to grow right coming up zoom shares, erasing earlier gains by big earnings beat. The company's call is underway. We're listening and we'll bring you all the big headlines later a tale of two stocks why this ultimate reopening play, and as alternate stay at home play of scratching our heads today we'll explain. Welcome back to pass money. We've gone earnings. Alert for you on zoom video dot. Bosa joins us with that dreux. Hey Melissa that earnings call just a few minutes ago, argue on just came on and said that he remembered the first earnings called last week, but as you noted before the break shares turn negative in the last few minutes after being up as much as six percent. We'll try to find out why and bring it back to you, but it just looks like some volatility there the results though they largely delivered on the very very lofty expectations for this company throughout the code pandemic, some analysts have questioned whether zoom was really capitalizing on these surging. Surging user numbers given it's free offering and the answer. According to the results is yes. The highest highest paying customers were approximately ninety percent from the same quarter of last year. Customers with more than ten employees. They searched more than three hundred and fifty percent year over year. Another question was sustainability as the economy reopens as more people back to work zooms full. Your outlook also strong, it now expects about one point eight billion dollars in total revenue. That's nearly double lost guidance figure now zoom also facing stiff competition this year. Microsoft Google facebook. Several others have been upping promoting their own video conferencing platforms so on the earnings call no doubt your that analysts are going to want to know. How as zoom is going to keep that lead, Melissa. This stock has more than tripled this year back to you all right Deirdre. Thank you, Deirdre Bosa. Let's Trade Zoom Dana's back by the way. Dan's shot their problems there with the technology wasn't because we were ignored. Dan or anything like that. We all love dance, Dan. What are your thoughts on Zoom here? Very high expectations dear just said I mean. The consensus estimate for revenues in the quarter was two hundred million. The whisper was three hundred million. They came in close to three hundred and thirty so it. Kinda just wiped out all expectations but I think you would expect that to moderate that full year. Guidance you know. The stock is trading like almost thirty times sales fifty eight billion dollar market CAP. You say they've done everything that they could have possibly done so great company great future for it. It's going to have to grow into that valuation. And she used the term volatility I would expect some. I have no idea if this thing's GonNa make straight push to three hundred, but the options market was applying a fifteen percent move in either direction the fact that it's up or down a couple percent here is pretty interesting to me, but obviously agree quarter I was gonna say I was surprised. When the results that the stock wasn't down even more and more now in the after session. It's now down less than two percent Tim given given the tremendous ron going into the quarter. Well, I mean again you there. There's a high bar and there's a really high bar and then. Clearing the high bar doing the Fosbury flop. These guys crushed this. But is the stock and announced locked down to the Mat. I think the trade is Microsoft. I think the trade is is obviously Microsoft teams, which they they're viewing collaboration and they're viewing video is actually kind of a core hub to learn people to the overall office product suite, and I just think that when you look at what's going on and was mentioned facebook. What's mentioned is Google and slack and I. Just it's so hard to say. The zoom is going to run away with the prize here. No, they are the runaway winner of Kovic nineteen stay at home. Microsoft has been winning every single day Sachin that. Far as I'm concerned, why should Microsoft offer all those other services around this and pull everybody into their system? That's what they're doing in enterprise. That's what they're doing on the Home Front I think they're going to do it here. From we're on zoom. Let's bring a gene Munster of Luke ventures to react them. Genius already thought that was pretty fully valued. So. What what does zoom need to do in order for the stock to move higher? The need to keep the growth going at a similar pace or close to a similar pace, and that's simply what boils down, Melissa is this is a growth company. This momentum play I want to quickly articulate that is Dan talked about this. My math is trading at thirty three times. This year is numbers. That compares to slack at about twenty Microsoft. About ten bluejeans. A very small competitor just got acquired by Verizon for likely around four times revenue, so to keep the stock going. You have to justify this gap and I over the years have watched. These growth companies and one thing I've observed is usually. Making a negative call or avoiding story because evaluation in a massive growth opportunity. Usually, that's the wrong CAU-. The right call is to look the other way and own it, but in this case I'm thinking that that gap is just simply too far. The probability that the growth rates decline measurably in the quarters ahead is high despite this undeniable truth about remote work, and so I put this in the camp of. A great company, the verb zoom will be around for a long time. The company will be around for a long time, but at a sixty billion dollar valuation TRINA thirty three times next year. It's just difficult or just so many better places. You can have your money. I got zoom has become a verb, and that's really critical to understand the company, and how integral it has become, but history is littered gene, as you know with companies that have become verbs, and now they've been displaced by competitors, and so when you're thinking about zoom in this tremendous remote work from home sort of trend. That's going on. You've also got to think about the microsofts of the world. The Cisco Webex etc.. Is it your feeling that? Has Market. Share that it is going to in fact. Hold onto. Continue to grow, so the numbers that we're looking at is that they just reported essentially three hundred percent quarter over quarter growth that compares to Webex at around two hundred percent Microsoft teams on one hundred percent, and the reason for basically the number of meetings paid meetings that are going on the reason why that is growing as I think that there is something that is beautiful about Zoom user interface web conferencing has been around for a long time. It's never taken off. In part because of the complexities vast difference in terms of what these products like so. The, yes, bigger tech companies can replicate this. They can come up with simplified versions of it, but I I fundamentally believe is that they have tapped into a sweet spot that my. Zoom will be around that. Other companies will try to streamline. Continue to gain share and I think the story is still largely fairly or potentially overvalued here. Question Jean. Yeah, I have a question so the quarter end in April, did they give on the call? Get I think we just started. Did they give a numbers for what happened in May? And how did that factor into their outlook for the year? So I haven't seen those numbers that they gave were at the very beginning of May. They reported their April numbers wasn't the Presley's today, but that was the call. Three hundred million paid business accounts that was up from ten, million or or our participants meeting participants, three hundred million up from ten million, we just a staggering number, three hundred million up from ten million at the end of December last time. They reported that. Can Answer. Your question is don't know if they've gotten into that yet. Gene we're going to let you go. Thanks so much for joining us Jean Monday stir up. Luke Ventures Guide Dommie what your trade Zoom Cari Hi. What's interesting so Dick Fosbury. He's the guy, obviously the created the Fosbury, for revolutionized the high jump right, but years later dwight stones came around and shattered all his records, but it's still called the Fosbury flop. What's your point guy? But what is exactly what Jean just said? Zoom isn't going anywhere neither Dick Fosbury flop. What's going somewhere is the valuation and I think nailed it I. Mean I'm surprised? It's not lower as well and recall we've talked about. About the stock in the fall with you, we're all sitting together. When there's an eighty dollars now I'd never in my wildest dreams thought it would go to two hundred I think he got to figure out where to buy it back. In my senses, you figure out to buy it back in the one forties, which theoretically should really back and trace back to I. Don't think Dick Fosbury has ever been mentioned on on this historical moment. You're on this. Task I mean absolutely. Whitestone Test Dwight Stone says yes. He has he has texted after. Coming up the coronavirus creating tallahassee rallies. What are they and should you be a buyer here? We will explain next plus US lawmakers looking at chip away at China with increased scrutiny of chipmakers and options. Traders think that's good news for one seventeen. We'll name see June. Welcome back to pass money. Something interesting happened in the markets today, and these may be telling the story square at this big reopening play restoration hardware, big stay at home, play both rallying today in fact that got us thinking about some of these trades, the ultimate workout trade from Home Peleton and the ultimate Jim reopening trade planet fitness. They're both rallying over the past month, and they're not alone. The ultimate dining dine out plays. They're both rallying and then the staycationing vacation trades. They're both moving higher, so that got US thinking. Can a stay at home trade and the reopening trade both rally at the same time and Tim McCormack that you made in yesterday. Show they all seem be blending together went. Really got US thinking about this and taking a look more in depth at these two buckets of stocks. Well. It's just it's. It's secular versus cyclical on some level, so the secular are the the the haves and the stay at home trades in many cases. They've been working home trends. They've been. fitnesses service would if you WANNA call Peleton, obviously service-oriented companies and I think when you've seen companies like Netflix and Walmart, who got out of the gates early in the crisis in terms of being defensive and they Walmart's case arguably pulled, poured some sales, but but there are trends that Walmart I think we'll continue to benefit from, but they are in the lowest margin part of their business, which would be on the grocery side, and they essentially the online ordering of. Staples and whatnot so I think you can have it both ways, but I think the market needs to be really careful about what they're doing to companies again. We talked about CIPOLLA and. Brian Nichols done a great job. In terms of re, engineering and digital transformation there on top of a company that was already eight growth, fast lease your play, but are they really better off in a post? COVID nineteen environment than they were before and I think we have to be very careful how we are attaching multiples to secular ideas and trends, and what they're going to mean three to six months from now where I think we're GONNA have an economy that's struggling. Die Your thoughts. I think people have come in the last three months. If you own a Peleton might sense is you've come to love that machine I know I have a longtime prior, so the stock trading effectively at all time highs in my opinion tells you everything you need to know I. Don't think that's GonNa. Go Away. I don't think when the world reopens. We're GONNA FORGET OUR PELETON's at least I hope that's not the case so I. Do Answer Your Question I. Think both sides can win and. I'll give you your Walmart and you look like names like a dollar general, for example, which people have discovered and they're not going to go away from that once we reopen enforce so i. do think you can win. In both scenarios or both sides can went to answer your question Karen quickly. I think green. Both sides can win, but I think the market's up the both win, but I think this cyclicals and the and the open stocks will do better. They'll catch up. There's a lot of room left to catch up coming up options traders betting on a big search for one us. Chipmaker we will reveal the name and coming up at the top of the hour. The CEO's of proud strike and be G. Join Jim on mass mad money. That's six PM Eastern time meantime much fast right after this. Welcome back to. Have a big day today. Operators are betting that one name is about to break out. Mike got the Action Hey Mike. I'm Melissa. Texas instruments traded more than four times the average daily call volume today, and that was the result of a large trade in September one twenty calls an options trader bought over eighty, seven hundred of those paying an average of nine dollars. That's obviously making a bullish bet. The Texas Instrument is going to accede that one hundred and twenty dollars strike price by at least nine dollars that they paid. They began trading these earlier in the day, and they were well in the money, actually since the stock closed up four percent, and this represents a very large trade, this would turn into about one hundred and five million dollars worth of stock so a big bullish bet going out about three months. Dan Why Jamaica this trade. Yeah, so interestingly enough you know Mike highlights the fact. That's in the money I mean. This trader is obviously playing for new highs in the next few months and just think about Texas. Instruments is exposed in just the industrial sector a pickup. An autos would be really good for them, so not just on some of the things that we think about all the time like smartphone, so this one makes sense. It's kind of growth at a reasonable price. Truly cyclical in many many ways guy. Expensive though I mean I think even Dan Nathan, who is GonNa Frick AC-. Me Again would say it's an expensive stock. Cheaper names in the semi space definitely looks like he wants to go up to one hundred and thirty and those old highs, but you know this is deep into the pool stuff so. As my co would say or den would say you know. What do you say then? Good luck, dude, knock yourself out. I think that's what you do here in. Go at it, people. Should have a list of Dan is. In the guy is calling this frequency and I still don't know how I have yet to. 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Gun and Gear Review Podcast Episode 343  DCC review, FXH45, Ranging dogtag, MI trigger, QORE icevent

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

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Gun and Gear Review Podcast Episode 343 DCC review, FXH45, Ranging dogtag, MI trigger, QORE icevent

"The Firearms Radio Network provides the bandwidth for this edition of the firearms insider gun and gear podcast. A world. dominated. Gun funnies and. Mation. Strives to bring you what you need here. They. Don't care about your feelings. They don't really care what you think. Join these men on their quest. To bring you the good the bad. And the ugly that the firearms industry has to offer. Welcome to the firearms insider gear review podcast episode three, hundred, forty, three, we showcase governor views gear, and anything else you as a gun enthusiast maybe looking for we strive to evaluate products from an unbiased honest perspective I'm your host Chad Wallace, and in this show, we'll be discussing a DC clip review. Yes. A clip, a nine hundred eleven range dog tags, headbands, and in a are trigger, and of course, as usual with me, tonight are Tony Rob and Zane. Rob Probably, didn't do anything in firearms. No Friday night I went to the job county. NRA Banquet. saw guns go for stupid crazy prices. And I said Okay thank you. I'm not going to buy guns for these crazy prices but y'all can buy them and then Saturday actually had the whole offer. The first weekend like four weeks I've had and Saturday, it poured all day and like and like go anywhere I just slept and Sundays I get I get crap around the House I got day care so. Well at least I did somethin'. Yeah I went to the okay to talk about the Bengal beforehand you think man l. but that doesn't mean that you actually did anything. About one ticket. Prove them I couldn't win once I get lottery. So. Gotcha I gotcha How about you? Other guys saying Tony how important? Recorded episode of Self. Defense gun stories. And did a review on the second is for everyone podcast on hightower armory kit for ten twenty two that makes you look like a space. Space Guy. Yeah. To make it looks like the F. N. p.. It's ninety. I didn't. I didn't really do much that pistol I sent off pistol a are yes. The linked up all is fine. is still at Midwest Firearm Solutions I. Don't know what they're doing. It's it was kind of a here do some coat they let it go I did Tony Tony I think has a copy of these. This did finish reading the decoding firearms. I think. Tony even knows John. Petra lead here. Yes. So I did finish at. I enjoyed it. I mean it's exactly what it is. It's. Easy to read guide to gun safety and stuff, and there's there's a lot of good information in there especially for new gun owners. Most. Of Us, it's just a refresher. Some of it's like, yeah you can just skim over it because you know it but yeah, I, it's a good book I mean especially for beginners actually I'm probably GonNa loan this copy to various people. Yup because I think it's good for them. It's not. It's you know I liked it. So there is that. You like it. That's all the matters Chad Tony's showing US something women's. Self Defense. is a friend of mine she actually wrote this she's editor of USCCA's online magazine and she also wrote this here's a thing get to be an instructor, get these books in instruct a lot of you already teaching family and friends, but there's mistakes you make or different ways you can teach something to get something through or maybe even little things you might have forgotten or could do better pick up a book and just just just okay I have a rule. I am not a professional instructor I know several professional instructors have somebody that I care about and I wanted to write way I let them go to professional instructor you couple hours of instruction they'll good ring chaplain. That's good too. That's my philosophy. I'll pay for them to get the good instruction, and then then we go. Have Fun. That make sense. And I'm kind of a twist in that. I'll try I'll do stuff that I know they were taught not to do to correct me on it. Okay so now you're going to get test. Yeah. He sends them off for instruction and then he's he runs. Let's. Driver said, do the side with the Brake Pedal or He's the he's he's the driver's Ed Dude. That doesn't have the brake pedal. It just keeps slamming his foot on the floor. Jesus shops. Jesus. Scott. Handle that's not we call it. It's not handle where I come from. Okay, so I guess we'll get into the nouncement can go pledge your support at the gun gear called Dot Com for us There's different levels over their bandwidth sponsor of course, our buddies over at Patriot patch co they keep coming out with new great stuff joined the patch of the month club because then you get cool patches every month like zombies and lady liberties and all kinds of other stuff. So of course, we have a bunch of affiliate links in our show notes and on our web page A. Matador arms and men to There's also discount codes for edible. So that is a plus for you guys if you're buying auntie optics. Still, waiting for them to come out with their new. Something you're up. Yes. When they do yes. I think it'll be a while with all the stuff that's going on right now. Yeah. Trick on in their. Defense Yeah and. Having trouble getting Fred Dot stuff from China, and the you know the Electron Ix and stuff sell rob you know what time it is. Yes. About Nine Sixteen Oh. Okay. Div using opinions expressed in this podcast those of the Individual Co host not reflect the official policy or position of the Firearms Radio Network android their employers. This is not legal advice or should it be considered? A such fewer discretion is advised. This is especially true on live shows. Hey, not too bad not too bad and how the main topic or review we're going to talk o'shane's going to talk about the discreet Kerry concept belt clip. That is exactly what he's going to do if he goes off he and talk about it well. He's got decent service right now. So keep her up right now. What he's doing is holding his right arm left arm out and he's of waving red like for the TV right and he's got his. Actually. Got My tin foil hat exactly saying either take a hat off. Yeah GonNa talk about the street carry concept clips. So I don't made the listeners aware of a maybe not. They are metal clips for your holster. Now, if you have any experience with metal clips on holsters, you've probably already tuned out don't do that because these are like no other metal clips I've ever use. They actually hold the gun sick or the toaster security your belt. So what are the out springs still and they have lots of different types they have specifically my the one I use most is the mono. Block which is not the one Chad's holding up. That is the Maden Fine War I think, yeah and something this one that's the mono block. It's a direct replacement for the plastic foam eclipse that comes on a lot of Holzer's that in my opinion, our garbage But one of my biggest things with wholesalers or are the attachment point I've settled on soft loops basically but soft loops have a tendency to print really bad for me and my girlish figure. So when these came out I was like all right I'm going to try these, and so I got a couple of different types input on different wholesalers and they are just as secure if not even more secure than soft lives far more secure than even the RCN struts or the or any kind of J. Hook or anything, but specifically farmer security in the phone clicks and the. More concealable. They're super super thin and they just disappear and the beauty with the mono block as you can wear it over the belt or you can use it without a belt. It works either way. They also have specific clips that work with or without belts for one point seven, five belts or inch and a half belts Um. Yeah. You can see Chad's holding up there if you're. Watching and it's I mean they are super thin and they just disappear I have no more problems with my holster attachment points printing anymore. Now, it was never the butt of the gun of the optic that printed for me was always a stupid soft lips. So I'm a huge fan I've three holsters had him on right now and I got two more than I'm retrofitting currently. And then every hole us we'll have these on I'm currently I'm using them with armadillo concealment lucks I have a mono block on that and have to black concealment holsters that are kind of called on a phone. Hey, I need this this this and this, and he's like Oh. Jeez okay. I don't buy it from the website I always say, Hey, I got a puzzle for you. and they all holsters were outstanding with these clips on them pretty much almost any holster. You can put these with the exception of one of my filters but John over at filter just created a plate system that attached to it. So here in the next couple of days I'll be able to put him on that What else let's see installation super easy. The screwdriver you can do it. So I had to cough. So hit my cough button I would loctite him you know because I would loctite everything but I believe if you get their hardware comes, the screws come pre installed with loctite on him already. On them yeah. I still add some to everything because you know. So I've carried a glock nineteen, agok seventeen and Elsie at an LLC are with both leather belts quote unquote tactical belts, belts, sweatpants, gym shorts, or shorts. They just work they. They really just work. I am been super please with the obviously you can go read the whole review on the website I'm not gonNA. Read it word. For Word I was really glad to have my mind changed about these because I don't unless someone else release something revolutionary i. don't see myself ever use anything different They're just great move into the key point claim to fame is a low profile secure holster attached target market is concealment of inside the waistband holster more specifically appendix they work strong side I think Chad, you carry strong side with him. and. This other clip actually the other one I showed you wherever set it on my bench the MoD for the Maud One. would. You can use it. Like Appendix Holsters, also, if they had like the center one, but they also will work on like if you have hybrid holsters. A fan but yeah, they will. They will replace the crappy plastic ones right on those and a lot of hybrid holsters have those terrible metal clip. Come with the the wholesome comes with the gun, half the time, and so yeah, you can retrofit these on pretty much. Any holster that I've found. Than that one filter filter and Henry that I have to retrofit, and then literally every hole that actually us, we'll have these. So the features benefits they hold the whole security in place extremely low profile with little no printing durable spring steel and can be retrofitted the most holsters. Other aesthetic options finishes the black and they have the little most of them have the little DC emblem engraved on them, which is like the upper thoracic stuff i. don't know if. On there I I have one of their so. It basically is that. Basically has like the heart and the blood vessels right where you need to shoot people hypothetically. So, but you can get them for lots of different ride hypes, belt configurations and can't options put a review from recoil in here and review from Dig Tech's outdoors in the review price point the comes in at a whopping four dollars, ninety nine cents and the standard standalone clips coming in eleven ninety nine, you can buy their hardware for additional three fifty I, would just go with their hardware. I liked their hardware quite a bit. They use square bolts instead of. Like Chicago screws or hex nuts pretty easy to install that way needed. Now, they ability to speak K. concept, dot com, and other select holster manufacturers I. Know I ordered one of the whole search from black. Rhino. With on their although I had to call and they would just kind of starting to experiment with him sleep I don't know the in full production yet. Probably if you don't stay on the website shoot 'em email tell him. I told you to. He loves that. and then. Gets a kickback. Nah. I don't get a kick. I'm not officially affiliated with black right on anyway but you know they make these animals. There's I like him. I think you can get them from Phil Stir on some of their holsters. Their manufacturer but I can't remember him seeing a bunch thing I think a lot of. Things has. And I see a bunch on instagram that they're either an option or they're just putting them on. Pretty. Much. Everyone's moving away from the foam eclipse and the altea clips and moving these. They're just a better option I used clips for a while too, and while they work, they're not as low profile as so. So the ratings, the pros irs extremely low profile, very concealable, very secure attachment and the cost with an Asterik by it. Oh. No. No there's an ostrich there and the cons are they can be a little more difficult to take off the belt but that's kind of the purpose. It should be a little difficult but it is. It can be kind of a pain to take your holster off. It's not A. Bad off loops. So is certainly more difficult than a foamy clip because. It's supposed to be more secure, but you know and I've heard some people say that they've had the clip, catch their clothing when removing a concealment garment I never had the problem I've done two or three classes with him, but I have seen it. So it's worth mentioning and son Holsters the cost can be a con so light to. Fit My filter. It's going to cost me about fifty dollars total because I have to buy the plate and in the two clips and the hardware. So depending on what you're retrofitting, the cost could be the pro could be con-. Just kinda depends on what you need to do. So the score gave it was eight point five, which is great. Great. And gone we also, yes. How a couple of days to give away? Yeah they they sent last time I ordered a couple. They sent a couple extras They didn't say what to do with them. They just said, yeah do whatever and I was like well, Zaid's doing a review for him so we'll just give him away. So I think what we're going to have people do I don't know probably run it through the end of the month because that way I can actually think is actually go to the review for the holster on the website farms insider, TV and down at the bottom of it, you can add your comment. So at a comment whatever you want like enemy, I don't care. And then shoot us an email or something to that effect. You can email us through the website to if you want you know if you just are we limiting this to one entry per person yes. Probably because it's very limiting this to non host. You know we're giving away something literally cost five bucks. So you're the cheapest. Tony didn't say anything. Suited to answer rusty's questions from the live chat. The standalone clips like the mob one, the MoD three months four, those are talkable. The Mono Block is not mono block as a direct replacement for the plastic. Foam Clinton. So they have talkable options and non talkable options and some of the talkable options are actually designed to go behind your belt or standalone without a belt. The other thing that you mentioned the not in the in the review but you did mention to me was don't forget about women that you don't these works. So well, you don't need about. Yeah I literally I've been carrying my L. CR in a black granite concealment. retrofitted with these. In like sweatpants around the house and then in like just gym shorts around the yard stuff like they are very very secure without the use of the belt. So, if especially like I, know a lot of women don't want to wear a gun bell, they don't WANNA put A. Gun belts are the thick leather fix Kubo ebbing. You know some people don't WanNa wear those work great without him now not so great with my God nineteen with trl one and the hollow synonymous because it's a lot of weight to lug around without a belt but that's not a fault of the clip. Done But yeah, the I I will mention one thing about these mono- block clips just to help vein out with his review is the way they're designed with the little like catch at the bottom, which is part of the reason they worked so well without a belt, but that hooks on your belt. So well, that Y- even like it's a split mono clip. So it's not one single clip. So like it kind of runs off the holster on one side or not like if you're running an angle, it will still grab your. And you know what else I do with some some of my pants where the belt loops don't lineup liken I'll have one of them over the belt and one of 'em lily over the belt loop. And the bell, it still holds like you can these things home, they just grab on so you could really put them between the belt and the you're paying the underneath the. Pants underneath a belt loop and they'll stay but yes. Sophie wanted. There's I. Think, there's a picture of me doing it in the review I have it on behind the belt, the pants. Belt loop pictures actually in there. Yeah. It's. Great. So I really like him. So what you're saying is I've had a inside the waistband. Custom backing forum pollsters made for my regret. These it'd be a direct placement is it had like the plastic? Clip on top. Yes. Got The plastic clip. Pinch clip. The kind of goes out just a little bit of the. Block with directly replace that and you will never go back to that plastic flippy clip. Yeah. You will. You will never go back trust US only thing you might do that on certain holsters is go back to soft loops for certain reasons I don't know what the reasons are but. Keep one around with soft loops just because I. Really. I. Don't know why would but I just so used to softly. The other the only good option I found up until now but these are just that had they work for outside the waistband they do not they. Okay. Well, I guess you could. Technically. Them on the outside and clip them over the belt they'd stay. Yeah. That'd be a pain to get off I'm sure they also offer a model that doesn't have the little ledge that makes them even harder to get off, but those are not catching on your your clothing. They're called the special. Yeah, I yeah. I I had A. Vacuum. Poster mate from Ruger's. Rigor Sixty, nine on the the No. That the F.. N.. Six. Oh, nine Oh. Yeah. Focus and outside the waistband holster but the clips are on the inside the plastic plastic clips. Yes. My they might work for them. They're designed for for inside the waistband holster th they you can probably make them more. One of the ones I've used is not even designed for Ulster clip is designed as like a keychain. But I've I've used it on holsters and it it works. So you could probably figure it out. Gotcha. Okay. So we're. These things away yeah. Did you were you were not paying attention? Actually busy commenting on the page. And checkout the review and check out my comment. GonNa Tastes have to go there. Exactly just because of that. Probably says something like Tony's cheap and let's see if it shows up, I can always get. Tony Silence for his my favorite four letter. Word. Okay. Okay? Well. We'll leave it up there. So thank you for that review. It's about time. Right yeah, I work for six weeks. I will how long have you had the clips you know you told us about him ages ago and I bought some and been waiting. So. Brought into the cases I liked them but I wanted to make sure Wasn't gonNA come up. Exactly. So I guess we'll get into our products spotlighting discussion. Most of the stuff should be pretty quick not that we really care I up is American tactical F X age forty, forty-five moxie yeah. Okay sounds like something out of the eighties. Eighties MS RPM has three, ninety, nine, ninety five, and when we get there, it's basically a nine hundred eleven single stack with a polymer frame and the worst thing they could ever do to it was put finger cruise in it but luckily, the polymer frame so. Take care of those. Yes thumbs down. Yep. But I put it in here not because of the those but mainly because it's a hybrid more like your. Sti. Wherever. They are now Staccato 's except they're a single stack, not a not a wide frame which is Kinda cool there. But everything else they only have the forty five ACP one imported right now it's still ways almost two pounds empty. So he's still not a heavy still not a light gun. It does have for Zane. It's got a removable top plate for mounting which you know hey, at least somebody's doing it, it does have a rail on the front so you can met a light to it. The trigger guard is larger than your Standard Nights and eleven trigger guard everything else I think is pretty much the same here's something odd and almost cool about it. Now, it does not used nine hundred eleven sites. Uses Glock sites. So if you want aftermarket sites, you can just buy your standard Glock sites and put on them Let's see if you want to. That's Nice I I mean actually yes. But I would prefer dovetailed front sight. But Hey, you get what you get ends not like there's not plenty of nineteen eleven aftermarket sites out there I mean I I liked the aftermarket glock sites but yeah. Kind of strange as it looks like it's got Ambi safety still gotta be retail group safety. You know commanders style skeleton is hammer basically all the stuff if full size. You Know Hey, I kind of liked it. I'd like to see one just to feel. It. Feels weird I feel. It feels. It yeah. Came out two or three years ago. This moxie is just a new version. Someone's NFL and he was like, Hey, you got to check this up. So he pulls this a brand new in the box still in the in the paper. So open it up and It fell wrong now and I'm not saying just because a nine hundred eleven because. You. Know the STI is I've had it even a single stack as at check that out at shot show this year this thing doesn't feel like a nineteen eleven fields Maybe it's the finger grooves in it, and maybe it's the fact that it looks like it was a nine hundred eleven drawn for comic book like it slightly off. God look slightly off yes. I'll give it that and it feels slightly off. So I'm like, Hey, can I dry fired and he was like and checked it out and the trigger is not nineteen eleven trigger. You know what I'm saying I mean I've felt I felt rock island armory triggers that were better. Well. My whole thing is rock island armory trigger is Trigger and and they just put them out and this GI trigger in it's before you know people started shooting one thousand nine elevens in competitions as as almost race guns. So it's like that thing wasn't that great and I'm checking it out and I'm wanting to like it because of the price tag because again you know four hundred bucks is cheap. Yeah exactly and an in Jersey pretty much. You'RE GONNA get guaranteed Amazon P. Four prices because it's more expensive here. But I'm checking it out and I'm like, okay rack sly again this is brand new right out of the pack and so might have needed to Greece. You know cleaned off to pack in Greece and stuff like that. Just, wasn't feeling it and I mean now I'd like to jump on it and tried again in just to check it out one more time. But I was not impressed by it's something to get if you want to check it out and see what's up but it has his own magazine again is supposedly takes nine hundred eleven mags and I'm sitting here wondering if the even feed like they're supposed to because they're like nineteen dollars and you know you wanNA use Tim McCormack because they feed better. Wilson combat because what Wilson Combat yes? There's thirty something bucks and I'm like, oh. Yeah. This didn't feel I've had better base budget nineteen eleven triggers Maybe because I you know handgun I bought was a nine hundred eleven and carried one, thousand, nine hundred eleven but this did not feel right in a finger grooves really didn't help. Figured any really interested in the reliability of a one, thousand, nine, hundred at this price point. See One with a polymer frame. Well, rock island has decent reliability in their base model Gi models. Steel frame. The everything everybody you. Well. He wants reading reduce recall forty, five ACP rats. The gap. I I was I wanted to like it. I wanted to like how I feel and I think the same thing as ain't does like how many rounds years ago before it goes down now remember American tactical doesn't make anything they import stuff so you could be getting a not a good gun or you'll be getting a good gun because they import like shotguns from Turkey I picked up an API twelve gauge for ninety nine dollars and I've run multiple classes. Would atop classes with it, and I'm looking at this one, thousand, nine eleven going yeah. I don't think I could probably run many classes with this or take it to diversity shoot for luck high round count I just don't get that feeling from feeling it. The cool thing is though you can replace the Gra panels and other stuff and if you can get it around three, fifty, three, hundred, dollar price range and go, Hey, worst case scenario becomes range why not? I hear you I. Yeah. I just saw that they had re released a reimported or whatever they're doing or it's their new version I was like I'll throw it in here. It's it's interesting because it's not something you normally see. Yeah. It slightly off it it really is it does feel like What's the name of the seas from Italy tell? Ya. Yeah the witnesses and then you got that and the and they look like a lot alike. But then you get the essay, our brand out of Turkey and it looks slightly off. That's what this is to. Thousand Nine hundred eleven. At this guns. Go ahead. Oh. Yeah. I think it was pretty but. Form function or whatever you know I don't know we'll see ya, we'll see I think that's kind of it. I think the best thing is you might be able to get it for a little more than a high. In the. Would rather have. Wait for the cannon and you can get yourself frame Yep Yep. Okay. So that was the I'm not even going to say an American tactical F. X. H. stealing stuff from F. X. Mossy. I'm like, wait a minute. Eight I had to I had to stop think about, what am I reading here because I wanted to say F N X so bad. But it's not. So that was the no. No. Now we're going into something I saw. Actually saw elsewhere but I was like you know this is cool I don't have a use for it but because of what it is, I thought it was pretty cool. It's it's W. N. D. S. N. Winson range calculator and it's a dog tag. Ms Rpm is a whole thirty bucks on it but what it is I mean it looks like if you go to their website, you got to convert it to English currency from pounds or whatever it is. Euros is it Is. A euro okay. Slashes. Well, you can convert it to GB to Great Britain pound. So depending on what you WanNa do but either way it's a little rain dog tag it comes with some string get to hang around your neck, but the string is used to calculate the rains using it. So basically, if you know your your distance or how do I explain this here it is if you know the size of your target and then you know how many mills it is or Ima- depending on what you're using then you put the string there and then you run it over. to the size of your target. So like if it's like torso or eighteen inches, whatever it's supposed to be, and then where it meets on this line is your rain in yards meters depending on which one you're using. So then you can use it to calculate the range. It seemed pretty intuitive. All you need is a straight edge or anything straight delay crossed it and it will basically tell you give you a good range estimate quickly and it doesn't take anything extra carried around. That's the EMP takes your range finder out exactly or you know you just. are cheap cheapen don't have a range finder but you. Want to range something I i. mean stuff like this is Kinda. Cool. Just because a little gadget you know, hey, Christmas is coming up, get it for your buddy. Say. Here this is for when the comes legs. Well. You better order it now because it's gotta come from Germany and get shipped here so. Get it for you. Buddy you better by now I tried to look it up because I really wanted to see how this works of course The only two videos I've found. We're all in German. So it was really interesting I watched it and I still don't know what it does so. It is what is. Well. The reality is a first focal plane scope. You can learn how to do these calculations but yeah but you know, hey, it's still out there Zane. Oh yeah that's right. You can't shoot fifty yards you could use it as a reference to even with the first focal plane. So you can mill it with your radical and then Kinda use that as a reference to be like, okay. Five mills equals you know right and I don't think it's More. So what it might be made for just kind of cross reference, some little gadget you can use to help hell. I'm the three yard sniper. I gotcha beat I'm a seven yard sniper. Seven hundred. Seven. Okay. Well that was more just tell people it's out there. So that was the Winston range calculator dog tag next up Midwest Industries came out with their drop in a are trigger MS RPM one, hundred and forty, nine, ninety, five basically a drop intriguing for ar it is three and a half pounds single stage. With anti walk pins. Nice on these cassette triggers because even though the lot of have screws in the bottom to put tension on it, they don't all of the if they loosen up, then the trigger can like pins could fall out. So there's that it is a small pin size for small pin frame pins is so basically your standards not old colts. Says, it has ultra-smooth. Break Chris. Clean released you know the usual runs s seven tool steel and black nitrided finish. That's got a lightened hammer. They say it's drop safe. It weighs two point four ounces, Yada Yada Yada they do say it fits most three, zero, eight and two, twenty three. Style platforms it's right in the price with a lot of others in this cassette style range. So you know it's basically their trigger that's like other peoples, but I'd have to feel it to know if it's better than some. That's pretty much. My thing anyone. Pretty much I'm pretty much where you are. It's another drop in trigger Midwest Industries I. Don't know if they built it or if they just had a manufacturing, put their name on it I was watching Jaeger's because they were saying it's a three and a half pounds, and of course, he pulled it and it was like four and a half pounds one of them at four pounds with the other. Two different pull gauges on it and it's one single stage I think is cool. I WANNA cooler so that installed in the rifle, it looks like it's regular issue gi trigger like Mil SPEC trigger doesn't have any weird the. Looks kind of pretty much like a standard curved shoe nothing special. And he may wanted to point. He said, I'm not saying he said I'm saying that's not been midwest industries if you have an issue rifle. And you want something besides you know the nine pound issue rifle trigger this at least does unless you look at it much more closely, you won't know that this is actual dropping trigger. I. It's still I'm not a trigger snob yet so. You should be because. Zan's case about two pounds to. Him. still got the nine pounds. which is probably more like expect. I have a what was it called Ale G. They're accurate whatever it is. Yeah. I HAVE AOL trigger in my rifles right here and It's not i. mean it is really Nice. So I mean a drop in triggers a cool I I got one of those. Thank you Trojan. Muna. Wait what? But I. I don't Know Dude for the price tag you get to AOL Jesus Act triggers for Male G. and you ain't now shoot met yet. But whatever hey man you want to turn go and they should work on almost everything but only have some questionable stuff with a P. C.'s right don't sometimes the cassette triggers have a problem with pistol caliber beings I've M. G. in mine and it seems to be working fine so far but I haven't put a ton of rounds. Now of the triggers. I've had the only that actually work in the PCC's are ones that say they work in the PCC. Like one of them is a velocity. Trigger and it's three and a half three three and a half pounds. I think they listed up for and I think pulls a little lighter, and then just recently I got one of the hyper fire performance drop in triggers. It's a little different it's like a cassette drop in, but it's got a spring you could see and that thing seems to be working fine with also, and it has between a two and a two and a half pound trigger pull that thing is nice. It's a little longer than like the velocity one, the trigger pull itself, but he light rights I had an adjustable. Trigger and I had adjusted up to like four and a half five pounds to get it to work with the PC. So yeah, a lot of them do. Have problems in this one did not say it's four PCC. So I don't think it probably works with PCC it'll have hammer bounce and probably double on you. So that. That was the mid rest industry dropping air trigger. Now last but not least is something that's probably been around for a while but I just happened to notice it It's by core and it's an ICE VINCE HEADBAND MS? RPM Thirty Bucks it is they have like an airflow system padded headband and Velcro, to you're like over ear hearing protection and they say it's supposed to help. Cool. So like on hot days because of air flow. Through it, it helps keep your head from getting all sweaty and cool and basically that's what he has. They do have a few different options of one fits around the button on top of your favorite hat, and the other one is just doesn't. So depending on what you want comes with this, you know it doesn't really say much about it because you can't really say much about it It's like a padded foamy thing with holes in it. and. So yeah, it's but if you look at other like padded like velcro headband for hearing protection, you know they're like. Twenty five bucks anyway. So you know Thirty Bucks I. Might not be something something terrible to that. If you have trouble with your head sweating like crazy to try out. Yeah, we'll Florida. Florida man who? Gets a little warm down here. Yeah. Like. You around to. The other the other thing about things like this especially, not just for the cooling factors if not that much more expensive than regular ones, and if you've ever been to a class and ninety seven people all their Howard lights thrown on the same. It's nice to be able to differentiate yours and if you get some cooling in the process hey, even better. Yeah. I mean, that's kind of what I was thinking I like on most of my one, the headsets that I use most of the time I have like the velcro padded ones but. This I was like yeah this is actually it looks Kinda. Cool. So those are out there if anybody's tried one, please let us know because I'd really be interested to know how well it works if nothing else maybe just the comfort factor. That's my thought. Somebody actually hit me up earlier today they used it and They would like us all right. But I think they said they wished it was thicker or something like that for more padding. Okay, that's good to know. I'm of the type that might have just so F ing at not hot The the headphones hurt my ear so bad I don't even think about I am. Just. Like my heads and a vice. Well you know if you had a skinny head. Yeah well if You don't get a skinny head. You'd look kind of funny looking. So you know I understand exactly. Taking classes down here by nine thirty in the morning already swept through your clothes anyway. It you know might offer some question from the communist as a have a water activated. Gel, and I did not see that I don't believe so. I saw that too and I don't think it does I. Think it's all is Vince to allow air. Yeah? That was my understanding too. So if got a little breeze. Yeah. Mental Fan on. So that was the core I spent had banned the listener feedback we had which I thought was kind of a I didn't put it in here, but it mentioned the retaining strap. We talked about last week and it said something about they hadn't figured out why but he the guy buys a bunch of like military surplus and there's an old style that wasn't like a Bungee cord that he said they find and they sell them on Ebay and people buy them. But for the life of him, he didn't know why anybody would use the thing and he said he thought they'd probably work invented by seals rangers or you know the usual. But that's pretty much all of it. So I guess we can learn about Tony and if he's putting a podcast out this week slash. Or if he's going to say the hell with it and I got some good news I got a phone call today from somebody was actually on the gun rights policy conference with me and he's opening up in AMMO company. So they launch this Sunday. So he has ammo in stock I I made sure. I. Asked about that nine, forty, five, five, five, six, seven, six to thirty, nine. He has an twenty twos and it's called the gun food. The. Gun. Food. Dot Com, he launched Sunday. So that's somebody's GonNa. Have Ammo I asked whereas whereas prices like. Cheaper than dirt and he was like, no, he didn't do cheap it in dirt pricing I. Have No idea what it is because we didn't get into specifics I say, hey, you guys who listen to this show will probably be some of the first to find out about it. Go there and check it out coming up on the twenty second of October is the next diversity shoot in heritage skill in Pennsylvania, it's going to be great selling tickets. If, you can't afford to come out I have two free tickets. All you have to do as techs hit me up at Tony Diversity. SHOOT DOT COM and I'll set them aside for you. So I can't wait for that and then on the twenty fourth, which is Saturday there's going to be a virtual to a rally and I'm speaking of that along with mice to Array Kevin Dixie Shirl Todd and about twenty six other people and it should be very interesting and very great and I I might be too. So that's what's going on with me and the second is for everyone and yes, I did finish this week's podcast I just have to put it out. So that's what's going on with the second is for everyone. Thanks everybody for listening to me and have me on. If you want to donate go to diversity shoot dot com, you can donate join our patriot and that's cool giveaways and I've got night companies involved got Kershaw battlehorse knives and Colesville. So they're. All GonNa have stuff is going to be given away on Patriot. So please join help us out. It really helps out a lot and takes stress off of me. Especially doing this Kobe imed when we wondering what we're GONNA do and how we're going to run multiple classes when we finally breakout US thanks a lot appreciate it. Okay. So go to Tony's diversity shoot and you could win cool knives and then you can give them back to give the other people. You might even get to grip depending on. Yeah 'cause. I just started putting knows that you should just for laughs Tony we'll get into the wrap-up sin questions, comments or feedback to gun gear review, Gino Dot com, or after you leave a comment on Zane review you can go there and tell us who you left a comment basically You can put your support gear cold Dot Com. Don't forget to subscribe and leave US A. Review as we hear, it helps us out in ratings and various other things. don't forget to check out the other great shows on the Firearms Radio Network Firearms, Radio Dot TV, and be sure to visit the firearms, insider reviews and various discounts affiliate stuff like that. Of course, check us out on facebook and Instagram at firearms insider, and as always thank you for listening to the largest pound for pound podcast on the network and we are. If. You've enjoyed this edition of the firearms insider gear podcast than go to firearms radio DOT TV to hear more.

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May 1st, 2021

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May 1st, 2021

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Am am ten sixty in arizona and now welcome to the varsity sports show. Welcome to the varsity sports related. Saturday morning you made. I two thousand and twenty one since the leo here. Your host for the next hour on a wonderful day. Gorgeous day here in carefree arizona the metropolitan area guys. It's it's great to be here for another week. It is a wonderful more beautiful day. It's been a little little bit of a warmer up and down week. We had cooler weather this week. And then it got hot again. But that's gonna be a fun day. We've got a lot going on looking forward to having you join us For this next hour and thank you so much for letting me help. Help kick off this weekend for you. We got a lot of things going on and great week. Like i said had a chance Yesterday to get caught up with some old friends the oregonians. Good friends of mine. And the angie and Jamaica and of course An old friend of mine from the neighborhood dylan wine miller's in old the valley coach football coach here in the valley dylan whenever we get together. Even when we're not together we We we swap insults. It's you know. It's old neighborhood stuff Political correctness goes out the window. When with a dillard. I get together. But it's a lot of fun we have flooded dad just trade little jabs here and there but anyway so we are focused on today for for joining us. You're on the varsity. Sports showed this morning. We got a couple of great. Yes Another action packed a varsity sport. Joe for the next hour This first segment this for segment. We are going to be joined by The one of the League coordinators The vice president of the arizona girls lacrosse association. We're going to be joined by matt mcguinness. we will be joined in the second segment this morning. Moving things around. We'll have the jag. Nation report with keanu view high school softball coach. John jacobs his daughter. Taylor who happens to play for a pretty darn good softball player in her own right and of course the old broadcasting buddy derek disner will be joining us as well and Mid point through the show we will be joined by our broadcasting team for the swirl sabre cats baseball program sammy rivera ryan sikora with of course baseball coach. Joe maki. They had senior night. The other night still got a couple of games less than we'll be covering them in will hear from coach. Mickey along with five stars. Two sport athlete miles crutchley the place for the sabre cats in our final segment back for another fitness. Minute with tyler of mayor will. We'll get some insights from tyler. Great guy very low impact high impact guy depending on what your workout regimen desire is and tyler will take through another insightful day and then in final segment We talk about the neighborhood trading insults. I'll be joined by my old friend. Mike beal who is a high school classmate teammate. Back in the old camelback high days. Mike now is an avid surfer. Guy in california and mike will be joining us once again. He is still in texas mexico visiting with his wife and his in laws and I'm sure it'll be a lot of fun and we always put that disclaimer out there that his views are not our views in. We have fun with that so anyway. Let's kick it right off here. Let's let's bring on mr mcguinness of the arizona girls lacrosse association. Matt mcguinness man. How are you sir goodman. Thank you for having the oh awesome. Well thank you for joining us today. So mad you. That's you got some things going on your pretty heavily embedded in the lacrosse community. And i gotta tell you being the pa announcer for women's lacrosse. A blast out there. It is literally people ask me. What is lacrosse light. I think guys it doesn't matter males females whoever's playing it it is freaking hockey on grass. I mean it is awesome. It's fast paced And and it is just it's competitive high-scoring. It's a lotta fun. How would you describe it. You know what they call it the fastest game onto defense and certainly. That's been my experience in my exposure in over the last five years when my junior high school junior high school he played my freshman in high school. He plays and i picked last night football basketball. All no really a soldier to brought and the way we island i was standing. I defended my little league and lived over from across the foothills. And yeah. that's what did they hit his six. The next thing house there. I bought him a girl sick. Because that's played against four yeah stock so two days later mighty playing it. Is there his game there. I would say the game. I a man i apologize. I hate to interrupt you but your your signal is breaking in and out if you can During the segment. If you can hang up just give us a call back that would be great maybe From another phone and we can. We consider conversation next few minutes. I apologize. It's just a bad connection right now so Anyway we'll hear from here shortly. Erin roll it all right now. When you hear that you think of football you think of nfl football and we are choice five. The head coach will win team. Women's tackle football team the valleys very own. Phoenix prowlers coach. Joe ramirez is getting ready for to kick off the game in in utah. Gets the falcons tonight at six coach. Ramirez how are you sir. I'm good how you doing. I'm alright coach. Tell us about about this team about this. Prowlers teen well This this particular problems team is brand new. We have maybe three to four girls that have actually played in a game before so the rest of my spot is is brand new to the game so this will be our very first game for most of them. Okay so tell us you know you've been guiding these these these ladies through the season here the pre season getting ready for this first game talk a little bit about the strength of this team. You know what what did they do. Well i have some phenomenal athlete. And they they're very comfortable so they they want to learn they're like sponges so it's really easy to keep them because they and then they ask a lot of questions and i have no no eagles fan. I know so. It's very coach more. It's real easy and they actually do what you coach them to do. Yeah in these lays. I'm either in full pads. They're out there. You got any head hunters out there without any hitters. oh definitely wow yes So we were able to evaluate and you know pick positions for them. But if my linebacking corps i'm very proud of i'm very happy about i think i do very well. I do have some injuries to a couple of my players that you know which happens in the game but we still have enough depth. Take care of business awesome. Now you guys are up in utah. Tell us a little bit about the falcons. The utah falcons the utah falcons. Our number one. I mean they're the best in our region so I we have our work cut out for us. This they've been running you that have been distance for you. Know doesn't mean so and they're very good. They're very well coached. They're very disciplined is not very many weeks spots we can attack so we have to Bye bye here. I guess in his and she works in I think we'll be all this Defensively they have some really big Phenomenal athlete so we have our work. Cut out for less than girls. No no so okay. Now when we spoke when we go off line the other night we talked about postseason. Play that you guys You feel like you. You've got a good shot at making the postseason but you still have five games yet. Let yet in the regular season to play. You've got tonight. You're up at utah. You've got a game a two weeks from now back here in the valley so you have two home games. Left one Two weeks from tonight. And then another one in a toward the end of june on the twenty six. But then you play your at denver. And then i think you said you're you're back in utah all back to new new mexico. Okay wow so so. The little bit travel involved. You'll be back here. What tomorrow. Monday and get ready. Where do you guys practice. We're at independence high school in glendale. Okay we were. We were in in the city parks when kobe. Kobe really put a strain on us. Yeah none of the parks would work with me because everything is shutdown. Ever we were able to pay you know extra and get to a city field but now we're at independent. We have access to weight room and stuff like that. So it's going a lot better with them for awesome hitting hitting the weights and getting out there conditioning. In getting team going so coach we look forward to seeing you chat with you more. Good luck tonight. Game is at six pm. You find out. More information at w. nfc football dot com. That's the women's national football conference w nfc dot com games livestreamed as well coach. Thank you so much for joining us. We'll circle back with you soon. All right thank you for having me all right. That's coach joe. Ramirez of the phoenix prowlers women's professional football team the valley's zone so We'll look forward to following them and and In jetting a with them in in covering a bit more over the coming week so are joined again by matt mcguinness of the arizona. Girls lacrosse association. Matt how's it going. Sorry about that good. Is this a better connection. It much better connection so So in our in our few remaining minutes now you got championships coming up here at the end of the week out at higley right. That's right the we have two divisions than the girls league Division two will feature teams from possibly higley pentacle xavier and horizon and then in the division one championship next friday night at seven o'clock. I'm probably seven thirty. Eight o'clock at higley. it will be Pinnacle chaparral notre dame or desert business. We have our playoffs coming up. This tuesday and wednesday and those are the teams that will one of those you know. Those teams will be playing for the championship. Next friday ethically some quality opponents. They're who's the team to beat well Pentacle and shop relevant. Have traded championships. back to two thousand and nine. With the exception of last year's kobe so there are traditionally. The powerhouse is notre dame has some very talented players and desert vista has three seniors. That are really terrific midfielder. So it's really up in the air and division and one in division. Two higley is pretty strong and the pentacle. The second pinnacle team is also Had a great awesome. I can't wait. I look forward to it and matt mcguinness and i'll be out there on friday night. Call us from games and looking forward to it. Higley high school matt mcguinness from the arizona. Girls lacrosse association division. One division two championships friday night out at higley gilbert matt. Thanks so much for joining us here. The varsity sports show big fancy next friday. All right sir. great coming up in our next segment. We'll be joined by our old friend. Derek disner the part of the broadcasting team for canyon view high school out in the west valley. The jag nation joined by softball head coach. John jacobs and his daughter taylor. One of the studs of that school's team and we're talking about a number one team in the state here in five in softball looking forward to it as they gear up. Get ready for the postseason. Thanks again for joining us here. 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Welcome to the jaguar nation on. Am ten sixty k. d. us arizona. The varsity sport show in the street. Welcome back to the varsity sport. Show here on. Am sixty katie us. Arizona vista leo here and so excited so happy to welcome. Mike broadcast partner. Derek disner who handles canyon view. Athletics is the voice of canyon view baseball and softball derek. How you doing sir. i'm doing well vince. How are you. i'm great man. Start off great. Great start to the show. This morning we brought on talked about some women's tackle football We talked about some Lacrosse and now we're going to transition over to softball in the best program in the state and five a and canyon view also joined by. Can you view softball head coach. John jacobs co chicken's good morning. Good morning our you. I'm great. I'm great derek. Take it away man. I coach will. Thanks for joining us. This morning. This was an important week for your team this past week. Four games your schedule was loaded in. You played those four games. Back to back to back to back. Monday through thursday Talk about How your team was able to get through a play playing four games in four straight days in and you had tough opponents in that schedule We were out with you on monday against agua fria but then you had to travel the sunny slope. And then you hosted fairfax and callous It's kind of nuts man we Would kinda crazy about the whole situation. Is we actually We actually first and foremost play friday night at agua fria and then we played late at agua fria. Then we came back monday. Six o'clock game and then we went tuesday a seven o'clock game on the road against slope. And then we came back with the last two games and You know when your regular seasons in the past have been two or three games a week and now you loaded up as far as softball are kind of used to that kind of thing. But it's still the whole Grinder school testing all that stuff in getting out and doing but i keep putting these girls in situation that challenges them and all they do is step up to the challenge. And it's pretty cool coach. I love how you have sunny slope on your schedule. You played earlier this season and then you play them again at their place this past week. But they're six say a tougher opponent but what challenges are presented. When you play a team like agua fria on monday you win necking sixteen the nothing at home and then you'd have to turn around the next night. Hit the road and face a daunting opponent in in sunny slope. How were you able to kinda change your mindset in get prepare. Yeah you know what's funny. Other free has Their program is going to get better but they had to grow a third baseman shortstop. And i looked at those two girls and i look in vienna third base coach. I was just like these two girls. You gotta we gotta make sure we beat them and beat them good because these two girls are they got right. Here are not going to quit and i always feed off energy from that kind of stuff. I'm like man these to like. We're up on them ten. Nothing he's still diving in a whole trying to make plays. I am talking. Hey i'll get the next one. What that is the environment that we need to learn from canyon view also so i try to pick up something from every game now as far as the pitching from a girl who you know. She was doing the best she could. She'd probably a little bit under speeds. They're going to who has a legitimate one. You know that. That kind of that kind of stinks but we have to make adjustments right in our whole thing is if we do we we. We're supposed to do. We're going to be tough to be beaten. And so we got the slope and you know it was a lot of things that you know going into a hostile environment like that they they have tradition there and things like that and and the big hits that we're used to getting their shortstop made plays man. I mean the girl she may two or three plays that the outcome of the game. It'd be a little bit different. You know we compete it to the end that's part of our dna. We do not go down if you're gonna if you're gonna be this you're going to snatch over our bloody hands you understand. So that's the thing and and they proved me on that too man. I four games enroll monday through thursday. Two of them the first tonight then we have to get home and we had tested and and all they did. They went three and one and we lost. I think there's the six eight Number two team so I told them and listen. It was a dark day. no we didn't get home but at least we know it was. I saw some long faces. I saw some people that were not happy and that was also refreshing to know that We don't want to lose them. Be part of our dna. And so that's when we wash that out and then the next two games we came back and do we have to do all coach. You're currently sitting at fifteen and two eight hundred five eight desert west play ranked number one in five eight but you look at those rankings in five eight and i'm sure they may change here the next time they come out You look at it and sunrise. Mountain and willow canyon both in one currently that one loss for sunrise mountain was to you guys So you you may drop you may not But how important are those. Rankings coming down. This line stretches you prepare for your final two regular season games of the season. You know what we're we we talk about. Only we can only worry about the things that we can control. So we have arcadia. We have boulder creek and our goal is arkadiusz next. And we're going to go on there. We do our best to execute and play against the game of softball. And we're gonna go to boulder creek and we'll worry about that and then we can't worry about the things that we can control but i do think we have a really good chance of making the playoffs. So sad situation comes up Whatever the task is in front of a. We're going to go and do it. The jaguar way wouldn't go take a hit on all right. Eight coach would like to would like to also get some some insight from taylor again. you know. We had such a great time talking to her. A couple of weeks back in and We'd love to kind of hear her take on the season and everything and is she nearby you know. I think she'd called in on her own because he's a big driving and she has. I won't yell. Hey taylor so you guys could click on and get with her. A aaron taylor jacobs awesome. Let's bring on. Taylor jacobs your your star player. Who happens to be your daughter to while. I can imagine what the dinner time. Conversations are talking about intensity so taylor. How's it going. I ii the taylor again. You're you're selected as our movement player of the game This past week. We are out at your field on monday for that. Sixteen to nothing win against agua fria. Adjust looking at your stats. In that game you went three innings and we're able to strike out seven batters and only surrendered two hits What all went into that performance on monday because your team a cushion early on in that ball game where you knew that the offense had your back. I kinda gotta go girls. They make my job really easy. When we get stuff done a play and we get we put up front early and it just makes the defense defensive fire a lot easier. I know the last week. When we had john i asked you. Do you prefer Batting being that offensive player. Do you prefer pitching. And you know it's amazing. Because i look at your stats and you excel in the circle. But then the days that you're not getting the ball you really do well at the plate Against us this week. Four hits in the batter's box. And then you turn around. And and pitch again against fairfax complete game. One run nine strikeouts. I mean what it's just it's it's amazing to see how well you can do on both sides of the ball and you have to be having so much fun this season. Yeah the girls. Just make it so much fun. I can't even explain like the energy intensity that we have. It's just it. i can't even describe it. You so how. How is this team stacking up You know i'm sure in the preseason you guys set some goals for yourself. You have two games left in this regular season. How is the teen coming along with with the goals that you guys have sat in. And what do you hope to accomplish as the postseason is right around the corner i would say our goal is definitely to win state and so far we've spent a good run for it with our regular season and i think we'll do Really good playoff final week of the regular season. You have a home game against arcadia and then you hit the road against boulder creek. What do you know about these opponents of. What do you expect in these final games. I'm not too sure about the opponents that we're playing. But i know we're going to go in and just get the job done and do our best all right. Well taylor. We've thank you so much for joining us. It's been a pleasure covering your team. This season Wish you the best of luck as you wrap up the regular season this week and and good luck in the postseason. We hope you're able to break net state championship home to canyon view high school. Thank you awesome. Thank you taylor. Thank you coach. John jacobs canyon view. High school softball. Wow derek that is you know the job you did covering them out there obviously. It's it's much easier when you're winning. But those i mean those guys are winning it who they say they are in there. There are a lot of fun you know. Not just these programs here in the spring but really kenyan views got allocco Athletic program and taylor jacobs is one of the is just a tremendous athlete. She really is a prime example of what kenyon view is able to do Taylor jacobs not only excels at softball. But she's one of the stars on the girls basketball team. She stars on that volleyball team. She's just an all around athlete. You see that a lot with all the different teams at canyon view high school. yeah no seniors. No seniors this. I fear playing varsity competition. We're going to be the exclusive voices canyon view high school football in the fall brand new head. Coach indicates great administration mister now in the principal. Ms hudson the athletic director and the rest of the staff. 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Good morning how are you this morning on great coach. I'm great hoping hoping you are doing well. You had quite a week and and with that. I wanted to introduce the broadcast team for the baseball games. Out there Ryan sikora as a senior at pinnacle high school who is Going to be enrolling in the cronkite program out at asu this fall and current cronkite student. Sammy rivera gentlemen ryan sandy. How are you are you on all right. Sammy ryan taking away man. How are you go. i'm good. I'm good thank you. But i wanted to ask you about you. Had a tough loss. Obviously the thunderbirds. During the week after what was a good win against seton catholic How do you kind of bounce back from that again. Yeah i you know. It's one of those games that We have a lot of chances to i think we stranded well baserunners in that game. you you kinda just remind guys at the humble process You're always going to get everybody's best shot especially being in the situation that we're in the top seven top eight and That's what thunderbird gave us. They're good swinging team and we left the door open early in that game and Definitely had some chances throughout that we just didn't do our jobs as low as we could And and we kinda got exposed and that one with a tough loss but it kinda humbles you To this idea that we've got to be our best and play our best and Games are winnable if we do our job and so You just hit the reset button a little bit on on just keeping it simple and just recognize and execution is is when we we play our game and we execute. We're tough team to beat and we just didn't execute well enough that day and thunder bird did a little bit better job than us and So we just reminded and go back to the process about keeping it simple so That's kind of the mindset of this week's practices lead into a tough stretch next week. Yeah The team has three games in three days this next week. One of those being road trip to south point catholic When you play up against teams in five and six say like you do this week How does the approach change for the team It doesn't i got gone. So i love the tough schedule. I love playing guys in our area. I mean anybody can say what they want. Rivalry games are always fun shopping in. Dm great coaching staff. Great programs And we like to put ourselves in that same category It's fun for the guys to play guys that they know and grew up with You know gone ever let anybody tell you. A rivalry doesn't add a little bit more fire but even south point at the end. You know preval the reigning champions foray or are going to be a good test for us and I just remind guys take one day the time We can only focus on. What's in front of us. It's going to show us how good we are And there's no better playoff preparation than Some really good arms and some really good clubs and hopefully plans some really good baseball And so that's kind of the mindset. Is just a day at a time but i didn't. I didn't adjust our schedule for a reason If it's gonna be a really good test. And i think hopefully playoffs for paris. And that's that's the idea Is be ready for When account and not only is supposed three games and three days. But it's been extremely you talk about. The rivalry was yeah carell but they're also a top a top eighteen and six point two four eight champs desert mountains always one of the best programs in the state. How does that The level of competition sort of challenge your boys right before playoff start. Oh i love it. We're in playoff mentality and Hopefully we rise to the occasion. You know i mean The whole the whole mindset of years. Yes it's going to be extra. You know emotion if you will but trying not to be too emotional in the situation. It's just keeping the game simple. We still got play catch. They'll take good swings but You know coach gerlach does a fantastic job over shop and goes dire. Does a great job at dm. Those programs are going to be prepared to go out and get ready for their playoff. Push and so You know that's gonna be the fun of it is is playing guys that i know well and programs that i know are really successful and as we and and that's what we're going to try to showcases How prepared we are for that playoff bush. But you know you if you wanna you wanna be the best. You gotta kind of play the best. And that's what. I love about our schedule. I think we have one of the toughest schedules in in arizona. And i like it that way if we're going to be successful it's because we're going to go through that gauntlet and it'd be ready to have success. When accounts and coach kind of to wrap it up a little bit now that the season is kind of coming to and then i was hoping to take it back and ask what the preseason looked like for this year. you know. How did the team get to this. Point being raked excuse me ranked in the top ten and four eight for what seems like every week. No i love that it was it was it was a really interesting off season to say the least and the great question i mean Do just kovic stuff and and different types of protocols. We didn't have a typical off season. It was kind of really hitting this and on a couple of weeks off a couple of and following obviously the guidelines that are in front of us kind of left us with some broken practices as far as not having everybody together at certain times those a little bit of a challenge. And i told our guys yesterday. If you would've told me we would have been in the top ten for most of the year and and going into our home stretch here Ranked seventh in position. We are. I would have been all in with my chip so I love that these guys came together. grew as a group and and competed. And and that's all. I can never ask your best attitude and effort and the rest will take care of itself because we turn pretty well and and these guys go out and play their way. They're capable so the off season was a challenge but we we overcame it and we came together. And that's what the seasons shown us is that we've been really successful with a group of guys that bought in and and as a coach that's all you can ask is a is a group that says let's go. Let's go with what we got. And let's go get better every day. You are listening to the sabre cat. Report with ryan sammy and Swaddled sabre cats head baseball coach. Joe maki coach mickey. We'll talk to you next week. we're gonna bring on your to star athlete two sport athlete. He five star athlete miles. Crutchley junior miles. How you doing guys all right man quite a season. Yeah crazy yeah I wanted to ask you know. I feel to be back. And more specifically. How did it feel to get that. W. and what i think was your first. Step that back Yeah it feels great to be back. it's just. It was tough being out for as long as i was but Whatever i can do to help the team win I'm hoping to do that. So it's just great and fun to be out there with the guys again so and my talked about stuff. We just picked the coach maki about how you have three games repays coming up next weight again stuff opponent. What did you think about that. I mean it's going to be really fun week It'll really prepares for playoffs and i know a bunch of guys that shopping. Dm so that will be fun to play. All of them and They they think they're better than us but It'll be good to show them that. We're not as bad as we're pretty good too. So i mean it will just be a fun week. Yeah and to kinda changed course a little bit. I understand you're doing a very good job in the classroom as well How's the pandemic changed. How you have to go about things that student I mean it's just the different approach. I guess just making sure you're staying on top of your schoolwork just Making sure you're always going to class. 'cause i mean some. Some of it was online knowing when your classes are and just doing all your homework in schoolwork can just keeping up with that. So i mean hasn't been too big of a change but definitely it's different so the pandemic interesting. How you to find your. But i'll still the off. Season would talked about who have to is curious. What would have been pretty offseason. Yeah it was just crazy With football the weight ended. It was obviously tough but It's just been great to still be out here. And just i'm thankful that we've even had a season and then just i mean you just had to get working on your on your own and you can't take anything for granted miles. I actually have a question for you. Sorry i was muted. There wanted to make sure that That you could. You could hear these guys clearly So tell us how does it feel. How do you balance to sports. I mean you're an maintaining. This is crazy. Coach told me you had a four point eight. Gpa is that correct there Yeah i mean it's just. I mean it's just time management really And just making sure you. I mean just stand on top of everything with your teachers and just making sure you're still working hard at home and i mean it's just i've always. It's always how it's been for me. So i mean i'm just used to. I guess all right last question and we'll make this a quick one. What what's it gonna be college. What are you gonna play We'll see but i mean I think right now. They'll probably end up being football but Okay but all right. I mean it just depends on what opportunities i have. 'cause i'm still open the back baseball or even both so. I mean. we'll just awesome. Well congratulations on a great season. It's not over yet. You got three more here in the regular season and then we'll see what the postseason looks like. Mile stretch lee junior soros abor cats looking forward and the scholar athlete at that looking forward to covering you as well going into your senior year in football is will be the official voice for the sabre cats football team. Thanks again miles. Thanks sammy and ryan you guys have a great week and thanks grabbing all right. Great all right folks when we come back. We're going to focus on fitness a little bit here in our final segment. Our old friend tyler. Mayor at desert highlands Country club out there. He's the fitness director. A great guy And we'll visit with the The old friend of mine from high school might feel i say friend kind of loosely. He's a good guy Tends to be a little bit. You'll get a kick out of that so we have fun. It's all fun anyway might meal with bt with deal in our final segment stick around folks. We'll be back tyler and might get ready to be a fun one. Thanks again for joining us here on the varsity sports show go varsity. Have you downloaded the am ten sixty skill for alexa yet. Alexis frustrated no matter. How many times do you ask. The answer is male chicken ready. Katie was ten sixty to listen to your favorite shows. Hey this is as you sun. Devil lacrosse coach. Tim mccormack and you're listening to the varsity sport show on. Am ten sixty k. D. us arizona started movement company with their customers clothing styles in mind. Their goal is to close the world. Your way high end comfortable clothing at affordable prices check out. Their custom made hats shirts masks and vintage gear they outfit. 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To hear the jaguar nation featuring coaches students and staff between nine and ten am on am ten sixty katie us and subscribe to the varsity sports show youtube channel to get free exclusive coverage of canyon view sporting events. Welcome to the jaguar nation rocket. Hi this is candy. Boys basketball coach. Adrian ronan and you're listening to the home of the jaguar nation. The varsity sport show. Am ten sixty k. d. us arizona. Go jags will do. What's best for the team will do. What's best for you. The rich eisen show weekdays from three to five pm here in the us am ten sixty and ten sixty cow. The varsity sports show presents. The fitness minute with tyler mayor get tips on staying healthy and active with locally renown fitness guru tyler mayor and now. Here's tyler welcome back to the varsity sports show and fitness minute and this all started with a simple conversation got got Got ahold of tyler through my cousins lisa. Crack that Listened living desert highlights and and it was all because you know this pandemic caused me to put on a few pounds. And i was trying to find a way that was very low. Impact that to To kind of kick start things and in did it. And it kind of led to the information on the radio with my friends with our listeners. And tyler is a great guy. Can't can't tonight. He is the kind of guy that that you just wanna call every time you you you hit a major milestone in your fitness journey and And so we're joined by tyler mayor for the finished minute tyler. How's it going then. It's going so well. My man i tell you what i get so fired up listening to local High school athletes Man i'll tell you miles. He's got his head on straight and that's pretty exciting. And you know miles is gonna vows actually touched based on what. I wanna talk about today. Vince and that's a daily habits and our rhythm and routine of our day to day You know dockets So man kudos kudos swallow and sabre cats. That was that was really awesome to hear. Get fired up man. Yes good stuff. It's very inspiring. And you know we try to incorporate a lot of Student led contributions here to to the show. And it's a lotta fun and and it's just good good opportunities for for our young people so tyler. Let's let's talk about has got some pretty bad daily habits. I mean i'll start off my day and you know i have a bagel cup of coffee. I'm still trying to incorporate more water into my diet. But it's slow going man trying. I'm trying you got well. I'll tell you why you're already hit. Hit it the nail on the head. Their you know habits are good and have his are bad. You know so. Let's get right down to it and habits. Or what habits repeated actions right good or bad so The thing about the habits choices man. I mean we have a choice. You know we wake up. In the morning we go to bed at night. What happens Between that dash of amd pm is completely up to us so again. You know the mind only knows what we feed it. I talked about this before. We have our thoughts. We have our words. Those words become action. The cool thing about action. They're not necessarily necessarily skilled driven. There will driven you. You have to have the will to put those actions in the habits and again we've finished with create or character You know it's unfortunate habits. Take about twenty one days to create. They take about five. You know five to seven days for fall apart. So that's usually where we tend to see things break apart is when we don't adhere and make those positive actions Turn into those habits. So i mean i'll tell you what i love you know when i talk to young athletes and even my client you know. We talked about living a life worth telling a story out you know in. That story comes from those actions those habits and the character that we've built along the way. Don't i've got some bullet points if you got questions you know. I'll run through some of these things. I take near and dear again i maybe speaking to the to the choir out there but your code. If you're an athlete if you're grinder you probably have already set pattern. And i'll tell you when i was off in any matches soccer or whatever i did. It usually was linked back to dumping in my daily. That just wasn't the norm though. Okay the fast. I tend to control my daily schedule. I wake up early okay. I love getting up early in the morning. Meantime get ahead of the k. Off they com- they'll talk. Prepare for the day news. Earthquake hit that news button. You ever this news button. Then you like me. I just feel groggy the rest of the day knocking off. Get your body up and get moving. Eat breakfast drink. Water bids drink. Water takes percents bodies water. We gotta get it helps with circulation elsa metabolism. We talked about it last week. Bent one hundred fifty minutes a week. That twenty one minutes a day to just move okay. Think about movement. Last week we talked about the heart rate and hey arizona vitamin d. Get outside okay. Lockdowns and not affect us get outside increase vitamin d. Immune system helps her mood and decreases depression and then at night. Time you guys shut it down. Okay that That blue light from our electronics affects or circadian rhythm which affect or sleep patterns. Okay so we're now. Is the time you guys. Today's the day. Make that different. Make those choices who have better actions create better habit and you know man motions lotions movements medicine. We gotta keep moving. Awesome fitness minute with tyler mayor tyler. I just looked at my calendar in two weeks from today. I'm doing the whole show out at the desert island with you. you're going to take a workout. I'll tell you what i think. I've done a fly over plan. I got a dove. Relief is going to be all i. Okay well make make sure you have a crash cart your by as well so then. This made it with tyler. Mayor thanks other. We'll see you two weeks of you guys stay. Well keep moving fight. Alright alright aaron. It's time for beaching with bill. Random thoughts from real orange county. California surfer guy mike beal unions expressed during the segment in no way represent. Those td us am ten sixty arizona vs for show for its listeners. Boy all right. We are here for the beach in with bill segment. Mike mile teammate. High school get back high graduate. Who is now a surfer guy in southern california's actually visiting his in laws out in texas mexico mike. What else is all java. Utah areas mike. You doing out there. Haven't kicked you out yet I gotta tell you. I've been having a great time. The people in texas are amazing. And last night i went to my first year since the yours your years. So we'll hold on a second backup back for the folks on the line that don't know what that is. What is against senior mir is when a girl or in your case. The boy becomes a woman and a great time. And you know what it kind of reminded me of Becoming a woman party because ever forget it mostly of course right yeah okay. It was early in the season and the next day after your big era. The coach to the whole team right in front of all of that been. We kinda thought you were going to get cut. It's kinda rare for a senior always. Referencing back to our high school football season. Segerea right. yeah okay. This is dead. He said. Then i'm gonna you're gonna be starting backup kicker this yeah got it so i was and they wasn't snia the other big news. That down here is that I crushed the local casino on wednesday night playing poker to the tuna thirteen hundred of but which enables what in dollars. It's about sixty five dollars american but you broke the bank. Yes i did. Well i didn't think much of it. But i My wife my went back to the casino last night after the big era and it was closed at thirtieth. Thanks to you right. Yeah you shut down so there. It's obvious there is no water and no body of water other than a couple of swimming pools where you are at a win. Are you going to get back to the beach for another with bill report. Okay two weeks from now. I will be surfing trails in santa. No free state beach california and i will give the bath surf reports that you're millions of listeners. Worldwide have ever heard in there. I can't wait. Oh that is status exciting so And you you've been doing a lot of outreach down there and zack. Tech is spread. The word about the varsity sports show hopefully increasing our listenership may be getting a few sponsors. I have your known as poncho. I down here but All the guys. I play golf with Some local politicians Some other vip. Yeah they're they're in and wanna give a shout out to governor fine all right a friend up all right well. That was the beach in with report with mild teammate. High school buddy. Mike beal who is in live in mexico mike. We'll talk to you in a couple of weeks. Thanks for joining us. Thank perhaps events looking forward to aright. Okay great all right folks. that's another show. Wow another hour just like that. So stay tuned mile giovanna. Joining a will be on the air. You could join them from ten to twelve. Thanks to our guests today from the arizona. Girls lacrosse association matt guinness from the w. Nfc women's national football conference phoenix prowlers. Coach joe ramirez canyon view high school softball coach jacobs and his daughter star player multi sport athlete. Taylor jacobs thank you on the sabre cat. Report sam rivera ryan. Sikora thank you derrick teaser. For joining me as well Sabre cat baseball coach. Joe mickey student athlete miles. Crutchley and enforce fitness. Minute would either mayor. And my old buddy mike deal folks have a great week. Be kind to each other. Stay good and i look forward to talking to you next week. Stay tuned caught seven tucson four phoenix for the nyse a tv show as well and thanks again. 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Himalayan Cataract Project and Marialisa Calta Talks Food Rescues

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Himalayan Cataract Project and Marialisa Calta Talks Food Rescues

"From Radio Vermont. It's the Dave Graham show on. WD It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most you. Now here's your host Dave. Graham Good Morning reminded Monday December the twenty third about a day and a half to go shopping days. Go Christmas or something like that. I'm not sure exactly well. Christmas is Wednesday. So you figure it out Forty eight hours before you're going to be probably sitting around the tree if you celebrate elaborate Christmas and opening gifts and all that good stuff so Radio not here. It comes and we have a good show lineup today. Colin mine is my I guess. He courses the managing auditor Viki digger dot. Org to regular on the day Graham Show here on Wd FM and am and A little bit later in the program. This morning we're going to be we are going to be speaking with job heights of the Himalayan or Himalayan cataract project group is based here in Vermont. There aren't a huge high profile in Vermont but there are important on the international scene. Because that's where they operate mainly bringing eyecare especially cataract surgeries to Developing countries trees around the world to Asia Africa and elsewhere. And we'll be talking with Mr Heights about that work in the second hour of the program this morning later on on in the program We had a little near disaster at the Graham family. Homestead we week ago this past weekend where mislabeled spices led me me. Yours truly too. I think I was adding some Paprika to my home fry Batra home prices. I was making friends over Brunch and turned out it was is Cayenne pepper yikes. So what do you do about that. And so Long Story Short we End Up developing idea for a radio program just the people sitting around table and I said let's have a radio show about food rescues especially holiday recipes and so I called up one of my favorite food writers Marie Lisa Carter. I live in callous. and She She's going to be visiting with us in the second hour of the program today and said she has done a little research and come up with some good stories of food rescues and maybe even especially Holiday Food Rescues your favorite holiday recipes. If anybody has ever added you know too much ginger snaps and said Oh no what am I going to do. I've got Twelve dollars worth of ingredients in the bowl and make another trip to the store. I'm not gonNA throw all this out. I'm GonNa Save the recipe so we're GONNA be talking about that. In the second hour of the program should be fun and obviously we hope that listeners. Good stories to share about their their successes. Maybe come come up with a whole new a whole new recipe when you save one that you thought was a barrel in peril. Shall we say all right. Let's go well. Let's go with your call in mind for us here. Get some serious news. Out of the way we're Vermont is always percolating along with news of diggers right there with it and columbine is managing managing editor Vitae digger which is why we're so glad he's a frequent contributor to our show. Here Good Morning Colin Moynihan and just wanted to check in with you and find out a little bit about what is going on in the world of Vermont News. I saw some interesting headlines veto digger this morning. One of them having to do with The Governor Phil Scott who who is Maybe not as excited about making big strides on climate change as some Democrats in the legislature What's going to happen and when we do the holidays and all of a sudden boom we're in this action? Yeah it seems pretty certain that Climate Change will be sort of one of the Key sort of Points of contention throughout the session. There's the Democrats really have not done anything. Major there's been talk of you know obviously A carbon in taxes. Ben This sort of leering cloud over climate change legislation. There's a lot of people sort of dead set against it and it seems like Democrats who sort of agreed that they're not they do anything explicitly. you know described to or model the as a carbon tax but they do have a couple of other big pieces of legislation. Coming through one is called the global warming Solutions Act which basically sets targets for emissions reductions around the state and then sort of forces agencies agencies to comply with those targets by Giving citizens or a right to sue the government if they don't Meet those targets so that creates this sort of new stick in the You know emissions reduction goals That hasn't existed before. It's pretty clear that the governor's going to oppose that he's generally been opposed to anything that allows People to sue US government agency is For doing anything including emissions reductions since and the second piece is the TCI which is the transportation climbing initiative which is this regional effort. That Vermont actually been involved in negotiations on But it looks like the governor is going to eventually sort of oppose and that creates a sort of regional trapping cap and trade scheme that basically Places that costs on Things like gasoline. Yeah I just noticed that The governor of New Hampshire Governor Sununu made a statement. I think this weekend. Or maybe Friday. It was Talking about how would not be joining this transportation climate initiative you've and That that could set up a problem for Vermont because of course we have If our gasoline prices for instance were there already hired general as a general rule than they are over New Hampshire Could make it more so significantly more so Along the eastern eastern border that obviously puts a damper on this This kind of ambition. I would think Our folks talking about the New Hampshire action and are you hearing anything about that L.. Interestingly so the Republican governor as you said it's going on against this Republican governor of Massachusetts. Charlie Baker has come out sort of in support of it at least in principle which puts still Scott trying very popular? Republican Governors You know sort of puts them in the hot seat. I guess to You know decide which side he's is GonNa come down on this article that we did sort of an analysis of you know how Phil Scott Sorta tries to position south if climate change is a sort of signature. Issue you of this session heading into an election year than you did. The Democrats both how the opportunity to possibly get the governor on board with some of these initiatives or if if he resists them then is that going to hurt him when recent polling has shown the climate change is a really important issue to The majority of people across the state So you know the general idea. Is that you sort of Start charging states for use of fossil fuels and then use that money any to invest in You know climate change Efforts I guess That sort of thing so but it seems to go against WanNa feel Scott basic principles which is that You know he doesn't WanNa do anything that's going to increase the cost to low income people in particular so this is sort of a tax across. The board on both appeals than it seems very likely. NFL Scott is not going to support it. Yeah so it's setting up. I guess. A potential official showdown in the legislature. Because I if you talk to people like a Senator Chris Pearson and and representative sack open houses. Both of whom were on today Graham Show here a couple of weeks ago talking about the transportation climate initiative. They seem really Gung Ho about this. I mean this is very very important issue to them. They feel like the way. Things have kinda stalled from their perspective on making progress on climate. Change in the last couple of years. And they don't want that that to continue and so We we have the seeds here. It seems of a Of a tough negotiations come springtime springtime. And I think one of the interesting things is it is a regional initiative which means some of the sort of critics of Vermont doing anything SORTA above and beyond other states the Vermont. Just this little state in the northeast. They can't really have an impact on global emissions. But when you tie in you know Nearly a dozen other states from around the northeast and then it starts to seem like a really powerful block in the type of regional initiative. That could perhaps at a precedent for others. So you know. I think there's the idea here is sort of strength. I think the numbers But you already see people sort of framing it as a carbon tax and carbon taxes become You know not necessarily in every state but certainly in Vermont is sort of a poisonous political article word So if that's how people are going to be framing the TCI then you can see how it becomes a rather difficult political left for someone like Bill Scott who you know. He wants to appeal to moderate the Democrats but he can't You know completely alienated that that is the case. Yeah so It'll be it'll be it'll be interesting a new watch it. Hey we have a caller on the line already. Let's go to guy in Berlin. Good Morning Guy. A Dave Carbon tax. Hello Hello you know you can call it what they want say well wh- what we are against carbon taxes but we're for TCI you. You know when I when I filled with the pump. It's GonNa cost me five to twenty nine cents more per gallon on purpose so that they can use that money buying under some some programs. Hello that is a carbon tax. That's one thing I wanted to say is I think digger did did this. Story or VP are one one of the other Very interesting house transportation is thinking about making all bus fares free because the The bus company has a million dollar deficit. And they're gonNA make up that money by Changing the registration fees on car registration. which I thought was well? That's that's a rather major policy change. And what if you've heard anything about that or know more about it. I I was was unaware Colin what do you know about the about the idea of free bus fares anything so the story that we ran that actually from the other paper over there in South Burlington and However I cannot I have a lot more information on it at the moment Yep well that is interesting guy. I I wonder So you're saying that the bus the Green Mountain Transit Authority is Is is running a deficit as it stands Assuming that they go to free. Three bus fares that would reduce their income And possibly increase a deficit all all other things being equally. No other changes being made in. What would guy do you know the the plan for kind of filling filling that gap in the already existing gap smash rush Senate for Tim McCormack tear of of the house transportation. Who's the constant writer of the bus and a huge supporter of public transportation? Asian the idea of doing something with car registration. Didn't it say what my guess it would be. There's something called a fee rebate. which is the price you're a car you have the more the more inefficient a car you have the more you pay for Registration or something like that and so I think the idea might be again a shift from from having the the writer the bus pay to having the car owner. Pay The idea being that's GonNa make people supposedly by the bus more and I disincentives so in a way. It's sort of a the principle of the carbon tax and the 2CI which has disincentive to ride Financing Ashley incentivizing alternative transportation which is the whole whole point. Line both the carbon tax and the Self carbon-tax DC. Yeah I am and I think I think the as it stands currently my understanding of the case with a lot of public transportation. I don't know the details. Of the Green Ron Treads the thirty. You know in this regard but a lot of credit public transportation around the country The bus riders are trained writers and cities. You know subway riders. Whatever don't cover the full cost of of their ride Even when they pay a fair and as a general rule and part of that is because is the aim is to keep it in an expensive enough that it does actually create an incentive for people to use public transportation and and And and so you and you can say in some respects. I guess you're doing them. You're paying them a little bit for the favor of adding less traffic than the roads and adding less pollution dot to the atmosphere outer tail pipes. Ever thing is that you know speaking arguing in favor here the concept the public transportation is provided in the real estate. But I my I have A. My son doesn't own a car. Don't make enough money to have both apartment and a car takes a bus to northfields where where he works. And I suppose you could find a job period area. Sure good but the job. He wants Northfield if we want to stimulate really at our economy. Perhaps this is a way to do that. But we have to call it what it is which is a transfer of government money essentially taxpayer taxpayer money. You however elected from from the car to the bus not sort of either behind ignorance or or calling it something that it is. Okay well guys thank you for the call. Appreciate your perspective is always welcome here on today Graham Show and Columbine You know that's that is that is going to be one of the Big Guy I think. Hugs Bor in the in the legislature as it unfolds this year. Let's go to some of the other news that the diggers publishing though in the last couple of days because you've got had a number of interesting stories and One of which is the The politics behind the five scandal. This is fascinating. What what what what? What's what's the what's the story about? Yes last week was the hearing and the federal case against the Former owner of Jay peak and Burke As well as Bill Spangler who is the CEO and a couple of their Partners in the venture And the lawyer representing The businessman in this case Says that Vermont is not a proper setting for the trial because one political ties between the US Attorney's office and the former owner is Jay peak and state officials in particular And then also because the amount of media attention and sort of that. It's impossible to find an impartial. Jury here in Vermont and in particular this Story we did in the hearing last leak really hones in on Eric Miller who is the former. US Attorney And his wife. Liz Miller who is the chief of staff for Governor shoveling a few years ago go And how sort of the question of whether or not he recused himself from this investigation and the question of whether or not a prosecutor's office because of these types of political ties Can conduct a proper investigation and there's some sort of Detailed arguments about you know how judge And the sort of impartiality that you would Expect from a judge is different than you expect from a prosecutor's office and Looking at some of the rules around that and you know obviously the attorney's office arguing that its investigation was done by the book and that there was nothing you know while there may have been relationships between people in the office and political players that did not taint the investigation and Aerial curious is lawyer. Arguing that The whole thing has been Sort of rigged To distract from the role of state officials in all of this and what state officials new hones in particularly on Senator Patrick Layhee And how he was a major booster this project all along and has never been then brought in for questioning or been involved in this investigation in any way So no decision was made but Both is made really interesting. Arguments in this hearing. Yeah and and of course the the Our senior US senator also very much involved in the appointment of a US attorney under a democratic administration. Ministration which Eric Miller was and So I mean there. There's several layers to this thing. That really seemed to be maybe worth more more attention attention and glad to see that Fiji digger is is digging. That's good this weekend. One of the stories had to do with the proposed posed Braille project in the Barrie area. And obviously this is right in our backyard. WD Colin tell us. What is going on with this? Yeah and it's really fits into the conversation we were having guy pays before the break Public Transportation Yeah. That's right and and you know this is an idea for a really expensive project that You know the idea behind. It is that You'd have commuter rail so that less people would be driving their cars and You'd have less emissions as well as just sort of creating a general convenience for everyone one so that you're not having to drive traffic and all these things on your commute. From various Montpellier or vice versa. You know it's eight mile track and it would cost ninety. Six million dollars is the estimate That has come out after the legislature asked. It'd be trans the state's transportation agency to look into the project. figure out how much it it costs So we're talking about more than ten million dollars a mile which is pretty jaw dropping? debut Dorf the Investor Environmental anyways been involved in all kinds of projects but he bought a number of commuter. Rail car is Years ago and has been sort of pushing this issue in the legislature and elsewhere to try to figure out where Vermont could benefit from Sort of active commuter rails You know the sort of initial reaction to this. He called this studied gold plated and said that you know wouldn't really cost this much Be Trans has talked about this positive train control technology which has become sort of best practice for commuter rails which adds some thirty million dollars to the project price tag. So there's some conversation about whether or not you might be able to not use that technology analogy and knock some thirty million dollars off the price tag but You know a a when you're talking about You know we're looking at a recession. Where you know budget's it's tight And it's hard to imagine that a ninety million dollar rail project connecting to Fairly small cities in Vermont would really take off But you know the conversation started so we'll see work. Yeah I I guess It's it's a tough thing because I think a lot of people are supportive. The general idea of more public transportation. Get as you say. Get Reduced Traffic Vehicle Traffic. Our roads reduce carbon emissions from those vehicles. Guls all sound good but then when you look at this price tag kind of go that is that's a lot of money especially given a You know what maybe a limited impact from this. After all we're we're we're we're looking at a As you say an eight mile track and And you have to ask. Also I think What happens if if if ridership is not as projected not as high as projected could? I just don't know how many people are gonNA WANNA take a train from buried of vice versa. Yeah and you know I. It does seem like buses. You know we're talking about a one million dollar debt or Or one million dollars sort of operating loss for Green Mountain transit this last year. You know this sort of Guy was mentioning that there is this issue. Maybe doing free fair buses way of encouraging more riders. And that would cost something like you know one million two million which is just a much more sort of feasible investment. It seems like at the moment if you're talking about Sort of trying to boost public transit. You know you already have. The roads. buying buses not nearly the cost of rehabilitating train train tracks so It seems like you know something like free fares for buses. Probably at least at this moment A more sort of realistic conversation to be having and I just got a text guy page. He notes that these are diesel. Train cars too so that we're not getting completely away from away from fossil fuels. I I interesting Interesting issue here I. Yeah I think we are some ways away from I. I also saw that. There was some some discussion in the story worried that maybe some of these improvements are not What's the word I'm looking forward? It's not like we have a real real safety emergency on his track right now do we or yeah. I don't think I mean at the moment You know if you've ever seen the train. Moving between Barry Montpellier usually filled with giant. I am blocks of granite. And it's moving about as fast as you can walk so even if You know things occasionally trains have fallen off. But you know there's no grand sort of public safety issue. you know. I don't think the study came out and said that there's urgent work that needs to be done on the tracks Although if you're GONNA start putting people on their then when you start having ten back a lot of money and fixing it up the calculus does change somewhat so he called my and we are about out of time in this segment. Appreciate you joining me this morning. I wish you merry Christmas. I'm sure we'll be talking soon and he'd already. Hey we are going to take a brief break our. CBS News News of a couple of words from our sponsors. When we return? We're going to be talking about the Himalayan cataract project. I care to developing countries around the world. We'll be back shortly folks. This is Jack from the weren't store. Wishing you all a happy and healthy holiday season in asking all of you to shop local heat local in visit local. The days ahead are getting darker and it looks like winter is finally here. Give yourself a gift of a stress. Free Life by shopping eating and visiting local visit your friends businesses in restaurants restaurants and support their passion in performance. I know that they would love to see you the Warren store where funky friendly almost world famous. It's the Dave Ramsey show. WD We are back continuing into our second half hour Monday morning. Program December twenty third two thousand and one thousand nine hundred and want to introduce my next guest job. Heintz is with the Himalayan cataract project an the organization which is based here in Vermont. and which delivers I care and surgeries actually cataract surgeries to developing countries around the world and and Just sounded like a really fascinating project and they do. They're doing lots of good work out there in Africa and Asia and elsewhere and we're gonNA find out about it and the fact of course they're doing ruin their like a lot of organizations are there. You're in fundraising here. So there's another We're GONNA give him a little plug here for that as well Joe Heintz thanks very much for coming in this morning. Thanks for having me do and So tell me what is the Himalayan cataract project. Do your description of probably better than mine. Well you know. It's roots H.. H. E. P. cure blindness roots here in Vermont was started by an ophthalmologist Up at Fletcher Allen Dr Geoffrey Tabin about twenty six twenty seven years ago and formalized with university and then became independent twenty five years ago As soon as we turn the clocks next week. So we're coming into a big celebratory year for us but Yeah it was started by a local clock the modest cornea specialist. Dr Tabin relatively well known in the climbing world and as well the ophthalmology world and he since moved moved on but Two thousand three. He hired some employees and been here ever since we moved. It moved it down. Two thousand six from Burlington to Waterbury Waterbury Office in Waterbury an office in Norwich in another one outside of D. C.. I see okay. And what's the annual budget of the organization This year annual budget is just over ten million okay and you're operating in a number of of foreign countries Give us a partial list sure Well historically we've been invited to and participated in a variety of different events from direct care training training. We built renovated I units hospitals in twenty different countries. South Asia and sub Saharan Africa. Okay right now. Our main focal areas. Are I guess I just back up. You'd asked what water main purposes really about About overcoming this mountain of needless blindness and then the worst most easy to solve thing practically speaking speaking is cataracts which clouding of clouding of the lens which comes with eight. Come when you're born. It can come from trauma. But it's easy to fix and Our partners in Paul. The Himalayan comes from start which everything started in Katmandu and surrounding regents They figured out a way to eliminate Quickly a cloudy Lens get it out. Put Plastic Lens in and So we do. Basically everything we do is born out of that really resourceful pragmatic model. That speaks a lot to the way we feel. We are here Vermont as well But we do a lot of direct care. We spent a lot of direct care. We train a lot of surgeons ophthalmologists Technical support people will be fixed the equipment and We build some infrastructure. We quip everybody. So it's a it's a three pronged thing of service training education education and infrastructure. But the key thing is that Unlike many different mission related organizations. We don't go anywhere without a local lacter on the ground so someone has to invite us to come And I think we've been one exception twenty five years where we went to a place where there was no doctor because he was not going to be a doctor So that's a really important for us. It's an important part of our DNA that we're always mentoring. Were always training raining We're always helping build something local capacity so that when an inspirational leader whether they're from Nepal from the states comes in for a week nick And helps to Restore sight to a thousand people When they leave they're still they're still a structure there To keep doing that work maybe at a lower pace as slower pace yet it's a really important factor for us and And I think for developing a sustainable system of any kind of healthcare. Th- care over time. He can't just fly in and be. You know the delivery person or people and leave because that leaves people sort of in the lurch. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean if you just fly in and as you put it just leave after a number of days or weeks or even months there Then want this kind of the question would have to be asked logically so so you're looking to set up Actual who continuing operations of what clinics and and I- treatment centers. Is that sort of thing Well it's a little mix. It's a mix of all in just before leaving the office. Our officers just down the street and the food health building and You know I asked my chief you program administration. Where are we right now? Just about the end of the year and I know that As far as the training related stuff. We've Helt don't provide over five hundred training opportunities for surgeons nurses tax Business managers of these little I units and big hospitals uh-huh residents who are going through help develop ophthalmology residency in seven or eight different academic programs. So the cool all part about what we do here. Obviously we're not surgeons. We work for surgeons are board is still fifty. Sixty percent clinical But we're helping coming to implement. Make It all happen. And that's exceedingly exciting because we find in a given day we're talking about an activity in Ethiopia. uh-huh we're talking about an activity in Ghana we're talking about an activity and Mountainous India So we're all over the place as but it's always within those sort of three legs of the stool is a training. We're talking about is direct care. We're talking about organizing. Is that some infrastructure either renovating building from the ground up or just equipping our these parts of the world When you talk about the South Asia and the The Himalayan region and sub Saharan Africa are they more susceptible to issues in their populations for and he genetic or environmental reasons or is it really? Just a matter of these are generally Pretty impoverished parts of the world which have not had historically had You you know modern eyecare while it. It's a little both. Although there's no one people interviewers frequently asking what causes the cataract cataract Is it altitude. Is it diet is to networks and There's a lot of research about that but no one is entirely sure. It's anyone thing although I would say you know if you get hit with a ball right in the eye or stick in the eye you're likely to have a traumatic cataract so there are certain mechanisms where you know. What's it's going to happen but on balance I think it's more the the the areas of the world? There's there's thirty six million people who are blind who don't need to to be today Half of that is due to cataract. So that's you know eighteen nineteen million people and there's a lot of people They tend to be the majority of those nine. Ten of those people tend to be in low or moderate resource Areas like you know Developing countries people say but We're to get the care to where the need is greatest. Yeah you got to figure out how to find the local actors who are motivated to get their work with them. Those teams get them to the places where were the patients actually are but I I guess the real question was it. There's there's no evidence that there's a higher prevalence of Cadillac cataracts in these regions than for instance in North America Europe or I Dunno Southeast Asia or whatever it's really more a matter of of Historically a lack of lack of treatment in in these in more impoverished regions regions the world. So you'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA have higher higher number of people who are as he put it in need needlessly blind to cataracts wchs. Yeah I mean that's that's the simplest way to conclude it. Okay I see yeah and and When your your group I'm sorry the name of the founder again this opthamologist from new VM. Geoffrey Tabin Geoffrey Tabin Is this an idea that That came to him just as Something I guess I well let me ask. How come you mentioned climbing? was He over in that in the Asia climbing or was in any saw a need and said I'm GonNa do this. Is that basically what happened. You know a day. That's a great question it's it's actually very very well written in a written up the answer to your question. But I'll summarize in a book called Second Songs which was written by David Ryan Six seven years ago but yes he was there because of climbing is on one of the first. It was actually the first expedition of Americans to the Chinese side of Everest Found his way back in an appalling was asked because he was a doctor at that point deciding what to do as far as specialty and was asked to stay and work in one love at Hillary Sir Edmund Hillary's clinics. He's famous for having set up small local clinics around the Khumbu which is the south side of Everest interest and While they're volunteering because the doctor was gone Dutch group came in and provided cataract surgery for people bowling Use that clinic as the base and He knew I guess the way. He says that he knew right. Then that that was probably the most meaningful foolish thing he could do with. His medical degree is to learn how to be How To care for people's eyes because What he saw? It's still true to this this day. And and most of us the office had the great privilege of going and working in one of these outreach events But people when they they show up to get off the bus. They walked to the place. Where you're holding the outreach event there's sort of feeling downtrodden As as Jeff would say they're sort of waiting to die right and a five or six or seven minute procedure that costs about twenty five dollars. Take the patch off the next next morning and someone who's been blind for eight nine years can seek that's amazing and see very well and so there's that moment of just wow my life has just just turned and the transformation we would call transformation. It's just remarkable. It's almost miraculous Dave. It's like yeah and it's got to be I mean obviously it's a huge thing for the patient but it's also got to be very rewarding for the caregiver in this in the sense that you go in as a problem to solve the problem and and it's really good to go. Yeah I mean this is You know the experts and scientists. The doctors the analysts the policy policy people will say look cataract surgeries one of the most cost effective public health interventions And it's also a surgical intervention which makes it Really interesting. It's not a pill hill vitamin A.. There's great ones out there but this one is is so wild because people just they're really they're being led sometimes by by a stick sometimes by a son sometimes by a father and There's there's no sense that anything really could happen and twenty. I four hours later. They're making plans to go back to school or to go back to work or take care of the House and and this happens again and again you can. You cannot really get jaded or or to see that to be privileged to see that and in these high volume events were talking about You set it up right. You can afford tables so he spent three or four weeks screening and bringing those patients to one common place. Two hundred and fifty people cured a day. Hey and every morning when you take the patches off it's like a tent revival revival people believe it yeah yeah really really almost too good to be true but yet it's true that if she brings a question is is there any re- religious affiliation to this roof. I know some. Some organizations like delivering healthcare in developing countries. Have a you know a missionary base or whatever. No I think it not for us here. We are a political We go to a lot of different places. Where if you analyze it based on the religious the politics we wouldn't go and Really the only place that we tend to avoid the place that could erupt with violence. An I mean Dr ruined who's one of our co-founders Nepalese man. He's Buddhists Dr Tape is from the Jewish faith We've been in every different variety. Heidi of place Muslim Christian Buddhist and find a way to just make everybody laugh. And good that you're doing is good that you're doing sure and that's ah that's good that you're doing in any faith you know so so why not I now What I do have a question to just about about the there must be challenges. Occasionally in Oh everything from visas to Just getting permits in different countries is to open open a medical clinic getting the right licensor and all that sort of thing I how are those challenges and are they are they defined that they're they they are pretty easily resolvable that people are welcoming you or is there resistance out there anywhere his as a summary. Sorry I would say that those challenges the reason that I've been doing this for sixteen years Because everyone is it's sort of a speed bump for big wall. Aw but it really presents an opportunity. If you can find a way to get cert- these site in life restoring goods into the country Quicker then then people went That's the bottom line If you get the permission to To build something renovate something or bring one of the so many of these little stories. But it's basically the challenge of overcoming that barrier has. What's I think kept all of us So excited for so many years because it And there's fifty million of those stories. Dave Oh boy with them but There there are times where I actually every day. I guess I would say right now. There's probably folks in the office laughing because we're trying to figure out the new regulations and country acts and while we know the direction we're going we've got certain approvals not all the approvals. How are we going to get to that? End Point where You know we either have donated land to put on the box or we can get that New Microscope through customs as cheaply as possible place. At where it's supposed to be. Yeah I know that. Answer your question but I I get get it. I mean all these little little logistical issues. Arise in and I'm sure that some of them are some of them are tied to you. Just individual countries custody secrecy es and levels of bureaucracy. And you know who do you need. What forms T to get stamped and all that sort of all that sort of stuff so I gathered? That's one of the one of the challenges are running any in an international aid organization. Like this. They're really doing any any kind of international international International Business so it. That's the That's just the way the world works for so My Job Hind see is What is your your title actually with The Himalayan Cataract Project I'm the chief executive officer. Okay got it see over the Himalayan cataract right project. You know. It's one of these things that Really is is interesting to me. Because here you have a not entr- completely intractable problem album here. People getting cataracts and going blind from this curable problem and And folks from the first world go out into the a third world or developing countries and they and they Say Hey we're here to help. And they deliver the help and it works. You know. That's a good news story folks. I mean I hear so much about stuff going on in the world. That seems a oftentimes. Like it's just going to continue forever and Joe Pints. I'm just wondering you were saying a few minutes ago. The the numbers of people who are as you put it needlessly blind from cataracts around the world right now with the number again was eighteen million as the estimate S. yesterday. Yeah down from what since she says you. You guys started working on this problem down from well. That's sort of always been if we can just bag it up too big pictures like thirty to forty to a fifty million. People are estimated. This is the World Health Organization we can talk about that because he just issued a new report vision October but the needless and preventable and curable tended to be between fifty and that's fractured it down to the thirties. And all of that fifty percent forty forty six to fifty percent has always been cataract. Okay so That's that's really the lowest hanging fruit. And I think that's an important point to make in the sense. So if you can if you can train motivated ophthalmologist from a anywhere and their surgical teams. Can I should point out. It's typically five nurses to one surgeon for this to be effective cost effective You lost my train of thought but but Were you talking about the the teams that go in l.. Let me ask you about the teams. Actually that's interesting question are are these folks feet people people who are I mean. They have their own practices back in buffalo or whatever and they kind of sign up to go volunteer on this. or how. How do you actually get the folks to go out into the into the other parts of the world and do this well some come from academia and also Dr Tabin started at the university here he moved onto the Miranda I center in Utah now is out at Stanford and and so the surgeons from specialists from those facilities will go when needed and mentor There's only really a a handful of folks who have the ability to do manual small Muslim Manual Small Incision Socialist Cataract Surgery The way that it's done In the field so it's not really about just volunteers going over and doing the work. It's really about mentoring. The people on on the ground and and we actually bring quite a few folks from Ghana from Sudan from beat the opium of all over the place. We bring him here for observer ships to see how how how the work is done here in the West Canada we also send a lot of people to our main training facility and Katmandu where they can also actually work when they're when they can work on patients examined patients touch patients. Lots of problem here. But it's really about You know as as Dr Tatum would say. It's it's not just about teaching someone to fish. It's also about teaching them how to sell the fish so you you're building these systems ultimately smelly as my point while I'm sorry gap there but the point was cataracts a great place to develop surgical skill Well unfortunately we are just about got out of time but I did want to give me one chance for plug here so if somebody wants to donate to this excellent. 'cause where do they go. How do they find you? That's easy just cure blindness one word curb linus dot org There's a donate button on just about every page. Okay so you guys are ready to ready to get some help with people are willing to offer right and that's And it just you know it sounds like one of those things that it's A. It's a good news story in it. And they're getting some work done out there folks so help them out Cure Blindness Linus dot org. And Hey we are going to the top of the hour news. CBS In just a moment. I WANNA thank Joe. Pints the CEO The Himalayan cataract project for stopping by this morning. Thanks for and we'll be back with more than eight gram show after our news break in a couple of words sponsors. And this is Jack from the Warren store wishing you all happy and healthy holiday season in asking asking all of you to shop local heat local and visit local. The days ahead are getting darker and it looks like winter is finally here. Give yourself a gift of the stress. Free Life by shopping eating in visiting local. Visit your friends. Businesses and restaurants support their passion in performance. I know that they I would love to see you. The warrants store where funky friendly and almost world famous. It's the day Graham show. WD FM and am. We are back continuing the second hour of our program on this December twenty third Be Starting kicking off the holiday week we wanted to. I'm trying I'm trying to avoid the I word now. I'm sure people could guess what the I word is was much in the news all last weekend we had a lot of discussion and of course the big punctuation mark last Wednesday in the US House of Representatives. There's more to talk about there but Today at least I don't know if I'll make the whole week without talking about it but today today I'm saying to myself you know. This is the holiday week. We're two days before Christmas. I'm just knocking knocking. Focus much today on these goings on in our nation's capital and so on so I hope you all are enjoying a break from Dave talking about that stuff anyway We're we're gonNA talk about something. This hour got Marie Lisa Carlton in the studio with me. She's a food. Writer lives in callous as a long list of publication credits to her name. I'll l. let her list a few of them if he likes but Release a call to thank you so much for stopping by this morning and the reason I wanted to get Marie Lisa in the studio other other than the fact that she's just a thoroughly charming person a very knowledgeable about food is is that Last week We had a near culinary disaster at the Graham House where I was making some home fries for Brunch. We were having a few a few friends over and the Somehow our spices got mislabeled. or or something and when I thought I was adding Paprika to the home fries I was actually adding cumin and quite a lot of it and my son. I wasn't a Cayenne when you told me the story. It was Kellyanne. Oh I'm sorry you're right you're correct. It was Cayenne pepper. Yes very very hot pepper. Like the hottest stuff in the kitchen and so I'm adding. I'm adding this Cayenne pepper to what I think Matic Paprika and then my son sampled to see how they were coming in and said Ou dead. These are tough and so I sampled. Then I said Yikes I think we have a ruined actor home fries here. What do we do We can talk a little bit about what we did in what we thought. aww doing and then didn't work etcetera. But long story short we we managed to rescue the home fries and make them Somewhat edible for the for the Brunch and that was a that was a good thing and it it and we were talking to the Brunch with friends that we and somebody suggested you should do a radio show on on on food rescues like this and I. I said that's kind of a crazy idea and I said we're GONNA try it anyway because we sometimes try crazy ideas here on the grab show and Wd FM and am and so why not. Yeah let's get at it Marie Lisa call then told me that she had some Some some stories to tell about about food. Rescues like this so Marie Lisa what do you got. Well I I think what you gave. I believe Dave was to wash off the fries and then re season them and refried them. Yes is a brilliant move all ah basically dumped the content of the frying pan into a colander. Rinse the heck out of him and And of course now you have pretty Spice Free Home Fries is which potentially soggy well. Yeah I didn't want to when I say. Rinse the heck out of him I. I was careful not to overdo that because I knew there was a potential. There are thrown back in the skillet. They're still pretty Pretty firm and And added basically the spices that I the normal recipe recipe spices back including Paprika instead of Cayenne. And I'll tell you the the did not completely disappeared because they were still kind of on the hot side. But but okay you did. Well one of my go-to methods is to pick it up off the floor. Ah Take it out of the POD if you've over salted or over spiced in Rinse Those are very practical all methods and they work You know I think Julia Child famously did not drop a chicken on the floor. But that's the Lord Lord that she did and picked it up on television off and cooked it in of I would do the same thing so that was actually apocryphal. I'm mentally ill this up. Before I came in Gra- gravity can actually be very difficult ingredient to work with one cookie. We had we had a terrible gravity experience with lasagna that was made in a roasting pan. I mean it must have weighed twenty five pounds. It was a friend of Ariza's making it had about twenty layers. It was his famous. This was on you and I was sitting looking at a guest at the table. Nazar Louis was bringing it in and I saw my friends friends face just wide eyes and his mouth is open. And I hear this PLOP and Louis had had you know how sometimes sometimes you just have a little like blip and you just drop something like unaccountably overturned the entire lasagna onto the floor and and we scraped it up with spatulas leaving the the bottom layer which was the top layer but now as the bottom layer on on the floor and put it carefully back into the roasting pan. Of course it was kind of a mess and called in. The dog hurt the job dogs exactly and also she did a lot of the cleaning of the floor and we served. It was sort of LASAGNA TASTING STU by that time. But it worked as you know we didn't we didn't threaten anybody's health and nutrition good flavor. It's got to enjoy the LASAGNE. Exactly the The LASAGNA. We're going to take a picture of now for for four the eating magazine but that would be yeah. They were no photos over before cell phones but we would memorialize that if we had them. I'm sure you know these kinds of things have happened in kitchens all over the world and you just trying figure out a way to muddle through well ingredients are expensive and your time is worth something You know you just don't want to you know. Throw it away in order. takeout which also in many areas of Vermont is not actually possible. Okay I'll be back in a couple of hours. I'M GONNA go get Chinese food exactly right no I don't I know I. I think that the the best the best method here is to It's kind of like live radio there bumps in the road and you just have to kind of muddle through and consider that part of I guess right I think you do and you have to assume zoom that the people who are sharing the meal with you. Hopefully there by your choice are going to be forgiving and Happy and happy to have anybody. You know anything that you can provide that not going to actually make them ill. That's the low is a low bar and it's a friendly bar and it's it's the bar we all we all strive for. Thanks that's a good thing. Hey we have a caller on line by Louis folks. I do want to encourage listeners. Here this is. This is going to be a lot more fun. I think if we get listeners to call in with their favorite stories of food rescues out there. I'm sure you've got some and end two four four one seven seven seven is the local number here in Waterbury. The toll free number is one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five and I want I want I want. I want Dave's home fries to be the least exciting story of this. Our radio here to to By the time we get done with Longlist D in Duxbury Good Morning di. Hi wasn't me but my dear friend I know I'm calling from my part time student at Dia Culinary Institute of America New York and anyway so he made added cheese to hear G.. Soup yeah was so salty and I'm just wondering what would is there any kind of recipe recipe for that right. It's expensive ingredients a French onion soup no with a real cheesy as the kind of like an Ale. She's an Ale. Maybe yeah yeah it was awful. It was real. Yeah Now oh well I have a couple of ideas one thing i. I'm not sure it would work with cheese suit because it's so thick but if you're making a regular soup and you over-salted if you just put in a peeled raw potato and let it cook in the soup the potato will magically absorb for a lot of the salt the the important thing to remember is to take it out. Don't Mash it up and put it in the soup. But that's a wonderful way stews or anything that you over salt. A potato won't often cure it the other thing. I'm wondering if they could have like an addition of some Sherry or You know again if it was an soup little bit more of the liquid might have helped dilute put the salt. That's a it's too late for the next time. Your son comes over this batch of factor. soupy tell me I have the idea for a little bit of an addition to this recipe. So that's great. Thank you for the call have great holidays and so well what about I mean when I heard about the idea putting potato soup I said Potato Soup that could work I mean you can't leave it in now because it's going to have all that salt okay. Nice Salty potato. No okay all right. That's good to know I might have. I might have attempted because you know see. That's the thing that's why your your host here on the day. Graham show wanted to bring in an expert food writer and and Cook Brilliant all-round person in the kitchen because I don't no no this stuff so I'll I'll go to the expert here. This is great and two four four one seven seven seven. Anybody has questions that you can lean on our good friend here Mo Marie are- Lisa Marie Lisa. Tell tell us a little bit about your food writing career where some of your stuff appeared. Oh well I for twenty four years I wrote a weekly syndicated. Katie column which went into five hundred small newspapers around the country And it was also in the Times Arcus for quite. Yeah a lot of fun I did work for Gourmet and You know food and wine magazine and wrote a couple of cookbooks I was Al roker recipe ghost rider. Oh two of his cookbooks And about that's about it even around the food in writing business for a while and and that's And that is we have a major leaguer here folks. Hey let's go to Marino in Waterbury city watery center. Good Morning. I heard on the Internet somewhere. That Gordon Ramsay one of the food. You know celebrities had said that He. He arrests his Turkey as long as he cooks it. which is what the French taught him back in the day? I thought that was an amazing. I'm like I can't wait to try because of course everyone's trying to get the Turkey ready on time couple of hours late. Yeah you know it sounds a little scary. I think the the food what do I WANNA WANNA say food safety police would be after him for that because ask Turkey. Cools of course Salmonella and maybe I dunno oh no combat growing a Turkey. I food bad food pathogens could beaten growing on the other hand. My husband's parents store word. The Cook Turkey overnight in the oven and everybody aided the next day and they all survived. So I don't recommend it but you know maybe it works. That's probably why we haven't heard resting a Turkey for as long as they cook that that does not allow extreme to me too but again. I'm not the expert here Robert Still. How long should you? What's the norm for arresting Turkey? Who has been in the oven? Let's say six hours. I usually rested it for as long as it takes me to make the gravy and get the other side dishes prepared the fragile stuff. Yeah so it could be like half an hour forty five minutes depending hang on what else you've got going in the kitchen typically typical in our kitchen to we've we've mixed it up a little bit in the last couple of years at Turkey because A couple of years ago my wife got me a smoker for my birthday and we we now smoker Turkeys and boy they turn out pretty nice. Nice Okay Sir. You're on our list for next year and Marie Lisa Carter is my guest folks and we're talking about food rescues this or any really anything related to food is always always leave. Marie Lisa expertise extends well beyond normally. She doesn't have to rescue anything. It's all coming. How perfect folks so Marie Lisa? You were saying you you you've had you've had a couple of experiences or at least witnessed some but these. You mentioned the your friend. Louise Lasagna. which sounds like quite an adventure in anything else there on your list well This was not something I did but I recreate it because it was so good. UH-HUH I was. I did a cookbook with Jimmy Kennedy. who used to run the river run restaurant? Just one of my favorite projects ever in his food is so good and they had a young Baker named Nicole who apparently made a chocolate chip cake and dropped it on the floor and it just broke broke into a million pieces and she didn't have the time to make another cake So she was still in the Pan but it was all broken up so she made a custard mustard sauce and layered it in a big glass bowl as a trifle and then topped the whole thing with whipped cream and chocolate shavings and it is a fabulous fabulous dessert the recipe for it is actually in the cookbook. So you make the cake and then you break you cut it up into regular pieces and then you You layer at and you could do that with almost any You know a cake or Brownie bar cookie that that didn't work the AH I love a one of the into this with you because I'm sure there are some examples of a well-known recipes. Well known dishes that are popular You know so in around the country or around the world and and maybe they started with a mistake. I don't know if we can. Let's go to salmon. Williston Sam's online. Good Morning. Well I guess the biggest mistake ever was when The fridge lie was made with The Poland was out in the field. They came back. The head warm-up the potatoes Lala came up with a souffle. A French light potato took years to get back around so the story goes but I love that story. That's great I'd never heard it and I love it for one thing. 'cause everybody goes into outstanding rip rose. This time of year is warning warming up A piece of RIP by the Pool Down Too much is afoot again in a lattice Up in up and down and they'll keep the Colorado when you're trying to keep it to a medium rare. ooh What a great idea. Yeah you put it Kinda like vertically in but in between bill leaves of Lettuce Lettuce on the top and bottom they can put it in the oven seven and it'll warm up yet. So keep the caller and be moist too. I would think everyone's also if you ever have you ever bring back the holidays No mostly because I very rarely may call in days and usually only when I'm in the presence sense of a professional chef but I know there are methods a little a little warm water water spill and Wisconsin and Bring it back and slow and it'll buying back up. Are you a professional chef. Sam Sam I. I'm sure you've heard the one about I people having For Christmas morning breakfast. eggs benedict on a hubcap right. I don't know 'cause there's no platelet chrome for the holidays. Ace sorry about that. Merry Christmas thank you. Thanks for the call already folks I. Ah That's a that's GonNa be old when these days. I've used that way too much but I I do love that no plate for they'll play chrome for the holidays anyway. so Marie Lisa wondering if If that's something that makes sense to you I mean. Do you know sort of other analogies to this idea that Sam I'm has about How you warm up in keep medium rare a That that was an amazing tip in what everyone should write down and keep for themselves. I think gave only made a standing rib roast once in my life And I confess that I tend to meet a little on the medium mm-hmm well if it's not if it's a little overdone. I don't mind but my guests usually do what I wanted to say. One of the things that it took me a stupid stupid amount of time to learn. Is that when you burn Chile or soup or stew. More likely to happen with us. Stewart chilly and you see that there is this blackened crust on the bottom as you're starting to stir. Do not stir that crust into the chilly. You you think that. Maybe you'll dilute the flavour and it won't show up. It will permeate the whole dish. You just carefully scoop the top off and put put it in another pot and keep it warm. Maybe add another Cana beans and But I was always thinking that if I just stirred it it would I defuse it does diffuse but in a very bad way don't Don't do that folks. That's sounds like an excellent tip from somebody who has learned by experience -perience and And that's frankly the way the way you learn how to cook I think mostly by experience right. Yeah I think so I did a lot of research on a lot but I asked all my friends What their experiences were and another tip which I have used and is very handy especially in like a a bean dish or really any kind of soup? If it's bland or just doesn't have the flavor that you want a little vinegar is wonderful Balsamic Samec I like cider vinegar myself We'll just kind of kind of like a squirt of lemon juice. It just PEPs that right up and it's a that's a great the other My friend Carol WHO's an excellent cook uses a little bit of Asian fish sauce which you know is that funky yeah eight you know almost rotten flavor but A little goes a long way but it really can improve. Would imagine you want to be careful with that. Maybe just what happened teaspoon or something you know. Yeah just you know. Drop by drop and see see how it goes but The other secret ingredient. I have I once made me which which is a traditional Mexican stew meat dish and It was incredibly. You had to toast all the spices and then you had to grind them all up and then it had all these ingredients and it took hours and it just tasted blah. It was was weird it was it tasted of sort of over toasted spices and So I didn't know what to do and I couldn't. I mean it was too expensive to throw it out. It'd take too much time so I added some pomegranate molasses very lemony flavor and It absolutely league transformed and saved the dish. I keep it in my refrigerator. Now all the time hard to find you can buy it some of the Co op sell it or get online now aside from the trifle you describe a few minutes ago. A where the The cake got dropped I'm wondering are. Are there any recipes in New York cookbooks. I'm Marie Lisa called which are a- changed twenty years ago I'm going to add this ingredient every time because of what started as a mistake Well I guess no not my any of my cooking cooking cookbooks. I don't think my writing but I that Molay I do now put the pomegranate lesson. Well there you go. I think that that's kind the an example of what I was. I was looking for if it's if that's the standard part of your your regular recipe for it now because I was one of the things that fascinates me is is the idea that that some recipes ended up getting developed as a result of You know most famous mistakes say talked about Napoleon and the French fries and I eh. That was really a mistake so much. Just one of those you know muttered what is it the Necessity is the mother of invention kind of thing but Hey we need to go to a bottom of the hour breaks begin necessity here on the day Graham show and W E B. FM AND AM. We're GONNA be here. CBS News a couple of words. Sponsors will continue our our conversation with the food writer. Marialiese call after our break will be back shortly folks. So this is Jack from the Warren store wishing you all a happy and healthy holiday season in asking all of you to shop local heat local and Envisat local the days ahead getting darker and it looks like winter is finally here. Give yourself a gift of a stress. Free Life by shopping eating and visiting local visit your friends. Businesses and restaurants in support their passion in performance. I know that they would love to see you. The warrants store where funky friendly Dan almost world famous. It's the Dave Ramsey show w we are back and continue. Our conversation Mercedes with Maria. Lisa Carter she lives in allison is a food writer with extensive credits. Including as she mentioned she used to write a column Regularly Times Argus About Food and Always enjoy reading that Love the recipes and just the general General approach to Making making eating fun and interesting and and all that sort of good stuff and We got onto this The food segment today because of a of a mistake by yours. Truly where I added Ed Chi a whole bunch of Cayenne is a home price. I thought it was adding Paprika. And you know those two spices actually look kinda similar. They release a very much so I don't. We'll see how a mistake could easily be made if you Miss Label Your Spice Jars folks you in big trouble especially when one of them is Cayenne because Cayenne is a spice that you want to add very very moderately modestly or whatever and Paprika on the other hand can be added rather liberally to a A frying pan. Full all of home fries And so anyway near the Twain shall meet but they met in the yours truly kitchen not long ago and Had to rescue a bachelor homophobia talking to this brunch resulted while these home. Praise aren't bad. Dan Let's let's do a radio show about food rescues and so here we go. Let's try to four four one seven seven seven a local number here in watery toll free number one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five and I'm really curious to know what listeners have. I'm sure everybody you know you got to fess up a little bit here because it was a mistake. Now folks we understand. We're all human and we make mistakes and then but then and then you tell us the the you know the Hanukkah miracle or the Christmas Miracle Story of how you how you saved the save. The day he fixed it up and and people enjoyed it and told y'all tate was and and everything worked out just fine. So that's those are the kinds the holiday season right here where two days before Christmas we are already into Hanukkah here and we are eager to hear your happy stories about food rescues and so. That's what that's what we're looking for here this morning. Marie Lisa Carter again that you have some more. It looks like you have a list here of your favorite food rescue stories. Well one I remember making cream. PUFFS didn't puff. I don't know cream. Puff Sir Weird. I mean I followed the recipe and it must have been the atmospherics of the day but they just didn't puff in the oven so I I made them into a bread pudding. We needed a desert and the I had the cream because I was gonna fill the cream puffs with with cream and I just added eggs and milk and sugar and Sort of chop the cream puffs up and put them in a pan victim and why it's a little bit like a Brioche. Bread pudding was quite good and and and nobody knew that nobody was the wiser. I probably I always blab about okay. But they could have not been the wiser if I get my mouth shut and actually the lab is also funded. It's you end up with it being part of your your dinner conversation or whatever and we'll do understand you that stuff you're eating how do you like. Oh it's delicious. What is it and then you tell the story about it and people are kind of like? Wow Okay so i. I spoke to one woman who had a failed souffle. And she somehow she didn't I couldn't we've been emailing and she didn't get back to me. But she made curse-filled souffle into a sauce for ice cream. And I looked up the recipe for a chocolate souffle. which has has very little flower and mostly eggs and and cream? So I could see where you could just ask maybe a little more cream and WISC it And poured poured over ice cream. It would be quite delicious. I Bet Yeah I might have to say credit. I've done that with Jelly. That didn't Jell. You're making like blueberry preserves and they don't Gel and you just use it as blueberry sauce. Jellied it didn't gel where that sounds like a jam that yeah. Yeah that's happened where you you go to open the jar and it's kind of like a liquid. Yes yeah you'd have to figure out something else. Maybe that on ice cream mm could work but excellent started yoga almost anything on ice cream. I don't know if I'd go that far but two four four one seven seven seven is the local number over here in Waterbury one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five folks if you have any any just general questions. They don't have to be food rescues by the way if you have a question for for our cooking expert Marie Lisa called A. It's a real pleasure for me here on the day Graham Show in Wd FM and am to have this terrific food writer. Stop by and visit with us. And if I if you're looking for any tips or your You have any tips. You'd like to offer. We had SAM call up a little bit ago and share something that neither of us knew about which is a way to wait warm up and still keep medium rare. You're you're a PC or standing rib roast and by putting it between leaves of lettuce so Keeps it Nice in Moist and also preserves the that Nice pink color that most people like Marie. Lisa here tells me she likes her be well done. Oh my word well done. Just meet him well. I can take pink now. I used to not like any kind of pinkus scary. I'm I'm a rare air-breathing myself I suppose probably actually pretty common breed but I like the rare the rare rare meat and I'm sure once again the the cooking safety. I believe the food safety police will be all over my case about how rare Alec a good Grill Burger but you know. We joked that they're still grazing so not have burgers and breezy says not coming to my house with smoked Turkey on the girl little longer. Don't worry about it that's always a. There's a lot of flexibility of cookie. I mean that's one of the wonderful things about it I think is that You really can kind of kind of make it up as you go. What about you? Marie Lisa are. Are you a careful follower of recipes. You double check. was that a teaspoon tablespoon or do you just Kinda go some cooks just by ear. Well I tested a lot a lot a lot a lot of recipes in my career so mulled corner. Of course you have to slavishly follow the recipe or I was developing recipes. And you have to write everything down but when I'm just cooking for myself I kind kind of freelance relents. Yeah so things in sure I. I don't use measuring spoons usually. Yeah I drive my wife crazy because I'll be She's pretty careful about Recipes I tend to be. Hey let's try this spice and she's like what are you crazy. You know Let's talk to Stewart from from Worcester. Good Morning Stewart. Good Morning I have kind of a Food preservation question. Okay I I generally make Sauerkraut you know big cabbage slice them up. Salt them In the fall and the weather this year caught my cabbages cabbages in woodshed. And they're they're just frozen solid they haven't thought and refrozen and they look so good. I'm wondering Is it possible just to let them FAW and What condition they'll be y had any experience in in using frozen cabbage? I have not but I'm wondering what if you just made the Sauerkraut with the frozen cabbage. Don't let them thaw until they get into the brine I mean I think it would be worth a try because they're gonNA get kind of soft anyway once they're crowded or soured. I think think I don't think I'd let them thought I think I'd use them frozen. That sounds like good advice on just you know. I'm wondering if they would be very difficult. Both hot these. These are almost the size of basketball. You have a table saw sauce. All CARPI chainsaw carpentry tools. Here's your local kitchen knives. But yeah that sounds like That's that's probably what I would do to is just say. Hey or or you know what you could do is let them partially you know just softened up a little bit just enough so you cut them and then and and then go at it. I mean I guess with these kinds of situations for me I would say to myself well. What's the alternative? The alternative is the trash can or the compost compost radio. And and so I say well okay. I'll just try it and see see what happens that kind of thing I I do I do no that was the fermentation processes and stuff. You gotta you do have to worry about pathogens and so on so I'm thinking you know about the historical thinking of Doctor Zhivago out on the steps. Everything's exactly preserve their cabbages. Maybe this is a standard technique. In fact you can label. Well it doctor Zhivago Sauerkraut. This actually also sounds like something. You could probably do a little bit of googling about it and eventually people would have all sorts of advice about about this. Is that the you know where they're actually. You know somebody would say well you know my mom or my grandma from Pakistan used to do this all the time and and this is the way you do it and and and that kind of thing I do I do WanNa give one one one tip one suggestion So I have done a lot of sour dough baking baking and I I generally have sour dough starter and oftentimes there's liquid that forms on that starter and and you can actually add a little more water to your starter if you if you need this liquid when making Sauerkraut all had a couple of tablespoons spoons of that liquid to inoculate look habits. You know with you know every every five pounds I'll throw in a couple of tablespoons of of this bacteria Laden Liquid and it. It makes fantastic sauerkraut well. That's a secret ingredient have have to wait for your wild yeast or whatever that's in the cabbage to get started it starts and it it. It cures very Comes up very crisp and preserves. Well excellent out. I wonder if I wonder if there's anything. Could you do that. Like with some of your word if you brewing making. Oh yeah get some eastern there and and and I don't know just a thought but but stewart beer to the crowd not the crowd to the view. Yeah although you never know their flavoring so many any beers these days you never know Stewart. Thank you for the call really appreciate it thank you. Hey Fred from Newbury. Good Morning Fred. And she trust me because is The the discovery of the new world came about because of the spice traits. Yup they wanted to find wanted to find a shortcut to the to into China and Olivia Sokolova says well whether they tried make sure. Sure enough that New Orleans discovered and that changed the whole Diet Europe. Yes it did. So what do you what do you what do you which is just just historical interest point there or or the point and the other thing was I mean I was looking for a new for new way to get to the spice this world and he discovered you know. North America made a big difference world commerce. How the world was developed? Here's a there's a wonderful schoolbook you might be interested in It's called pickled potted and preserved and the author escaped. The name of the author escapes me but It's about how how the ability to keep food to preserve food so that it didn't spoil really led to Ev. I mean it. It allowed people all to travel because they could bring their food with them it allowed armies to form and travel it allowed You know for universities to be the schools to be formed where they could feed people with stored food It's an amazing history when you think of just just being able to preserve your food which of course a lot of that was also done with spices and salt because boil me the cover up. I've always heard that I I. I'm I'd like to read more about that. I've always wondered. But if that's a real thing or I mean it would help you eat them. Go back as far as the Roman era. Yeah they I suspect you're right about that and I wonder also in terms of the spices. It get added to foods. Marie Lisa. Maybe you know about this are do some of them have ah the anti pathogenic effects that that can help Actually defeat what otherwise might make people. Sick I have again. I don't really no but I have read that. And I think actually doesn't cinnamon have some Anti Pathogenic Properties And possibly Sibley turmeric now all the rage. I've heard that about turmeric which is as you say now. It seems to be having its moment in the sun. These today's but that is a I'm a great believer in hot pepper for everything everything absolutely absolutely. Hey Fred I appreciate the call thank you so much. Thank you and Maria Malta. You have another example or or or two here. I I think one thing I was going to say is sometimes. It's just good to rename something. If you're stew is to has too much liquid then you don't have the time to cook it off. You could just serve it as a soup were we're big fans of Blackened Blackened Toast Cajun toast which which also works. We're GONNA make English toes which is nice lately. Toasted stood on one side if it comes out black and his aides exactly right you know. That's that's the When you can call anything artisanal and a lot of errors over a lot of mistakes? That's that's good to know I didn't know that That's what that word meant but didn't quite go that for for our because I'm sure there are a lot of artisans out there now. Who are taking great offense at the very thought? So unless they're making toast toasted toast. I'll toast that for the holidays for sure so Marie Lisa Call. I'm wondering if you could tell us Just you your Your your sense of well. Actually let's go to a caller. AH WE ARE. We are running short for time so I got to manage this a little bit the last five minutes here or something folks. Tom Is on the line from south area. Anytime I just Kinda it came in here late and about Wastefulness of a longtime shaft one of the biggest way sightsee now and it's people getting paranoid paranoid about these Gates on their products. I've actually had gentlemen in the dairy industry. That and I and I know for a fact that he you said though most of your milk products are good. Well well past the gate What's they're open they will they will go quicker and then I also another gentleman this data chip industry and he's just laughing because the people that came up with the date for the manufacture and the manufacture that came up with gates that they want you the product? I absolutely agree with you. And I consider those dates as Amir guideline guideline or suggestion and I am a big fan of just smelling it and tasting. Yup definitely I just see and then and I know the legislature passed a law little Few years back to help out the food bank because One chain in particular would refuse to give give their meats and stuff because they're worried about product liability if somebody gets sick so the Vermont legislature actually passed a law so super change stuff can't be held L. Bible but it was it. Would what you what you would see in a dumpster on a Monday morning outside of our jaws and our price shoppers and stuff were just with a third world country and and and and we just wait so much as unbelievable. What perfectly good food gets away? Well it is something to think about it for sure. Tom And I do appreciate the call because I think you raise a really a really good point. I mean I I have seen some coverage of this before in magazines and newspapers and stuff about the amount not a food waste there is out there and and It is it is something that runs counter to the whole idea of that. I was talking about people being practical in this part of the world and realize. What are your thoughts on this topic? well as I said I just I consider those those dates just a guideline I I'm always telling my husband because I'm just like smell it taste it. You know. See what it tastes like. And if you accidentally take a Swig of soured milk it's not gonNA kill you if you if you're testing to see if the if it's gone beyond but I think I go through my pantry entry periodically and I. I will throw out things that are maybe two or three years past the date of. I'm pretty generous in my and what I extend especially a canned item. That is if it's not meat or fish. What about what about spices? If you have you know cumin whatever for how long do you keep that before. You need the forever You're supposed to. You're supposed to buy new spices every six months. It's considered that they are they lose their potency. That's the Nice thing about being able to buy in bulk at co-ops and such that you can buy a small amount and replenish replenish it. But if if it's in my kitchen and I know it's been there longer than six months and I need it for a recipe. I'M GONNA use it and again you taste it. It seems a little less potent at a Lamar there. You go another another tip of practical advice there from Marie Lisa. Call the food food writer. extraordinaire from Callus Vermont and a guest here on the day. Graham show this morning Released thanks so much for coming by this morning. Really have wonderful wonderful holiday. I anti you as well. We are fast up at the top of the hour here folks in for the day Graham Show on this Monday morning the twenty third to now feel bill bill stairs commonsense radio program and and be back with us for Christmas Eve edition tomorrow morning and I know five. We'll talk to you all them. Have a great day everybody

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Sam Webb

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Sam Webb

"Welcome viewed from the cheap seats. We have a sklar brothers an unbelievable show today our buddy, our good friend, our old friend Sam Webb from in Michigan. He does the Michigan insider. He's a writer and contributor and creator of the site, twenty four seven site, which is recruiting site. And he's now has a brand new podcast Michigan recruiting insider which is amazing now. He talks very specifically on all this stuff about Michigan Sports, but we have on the show today to really explore the issues of college recruiting during the pandemic, the transfer portal what means and how that has changed college recruiting social justice that coaches put forth in how that will affect in recruiting. He's just an amazing amazing discussion and some insight into the possibility of a college football season from what he's hearing from on the inside Before we get to that, let's stay in the world of football Let's talk about. A little hypocrisy that came out and that was definitely called out when Roger Goodell. Head of the NFL. When he made statements about people protesting in his acceptance of people protesting the George Floyd tragedy, which of course is what is on most of our minds right now aside from covid nineteen that is the lead story in all of our news feeds, and the fact that Goodell in his statement was able to. Allow people to express themselves and willing- willingness to be open to it. Okay. Yes, that's a positive thing, but let's rewind back to the Colin. Kaepernick moment when Colin. Kaepernick was ostracized and we've heard all the arguments on the other side. We have heard on everybody say well. He said this about Cuba, but he's disrespecting this that the other. Let's go back to a cabinet. Did Cabinet consulted with a navy seal? Said I WANNA. Do something that shows that I am not protest during the national anthem. I am just using this moment. Moment during the national anthem to raise awareness all, he ever said to raise awareness to the mistreatment of black people by police officers in the United States and here we are okay, so I'm GonNa read you what the NFL. What Roger Goodell set in this is in a tweet that the NFL from their officials is the NFL. Family is greatly saddened by the tragic events and cross our country. The protesters reaction these incidents reflect the pain, anger and frustration that so many of us feel. You didn't feel it back when cabinet was. Our deepest condolences to the family of Mr George Floyd. Those who've lost loved ones including the families. Brianna Taylor in Louisville Mr Ahmad. Are Brie and the cousin of Tracy Walker who is accustomed tracy walk of the Detroit Lions as current events dramatically underscore day there remains much more to do as a country as league. These tragedies informed the NFL's commitment to our on In our ongoing effort, their main urgent need for action, we recognize the however platform in the communities and the part. We recognize the power of our platform. Think about that Jay. In communities, and as part of the fabric of American society, we embrace that responsibility do you in are committed to continuing the important work to address all these systemic issues together with our players, our clubs and our partners? You make forty four million dollars a year. You have an opportunity to tell your owners. Shut up and let these let these players peacefully protest. What's going on? You have the ability to stand up and deliver the message. These guys aren't protesting national the American flag what they're protesting something different. They love our country, and they are protesting something different than WanNa see a change and they're doing it nonviolently. They're not looting. They're not breaking into stores. They're getting down on one knee to say look. Something needs to change. He could have sent that message and he can still send that message. He can allow those players right now because what had ad rock. Rock. Say in the Beastie boys documentary. It went talking about how when he was when he was younger, and he said all those things about women that he is now was now disgraced that he said that his like. Thank God I'm I'm not a you know. Thank God I'm being called a hypocrite. Thank God I'm being called a hypocrite. Because a hypocrites someone who can change and I need to change because it would be bad if you're saying that. He hasn't changed at all and I. think that that visit is a real opportunity now out the NFL. You know. I, think if the NFL wanted to make strides, they could simply come out and say Colin Kaepernick. We're sorry we're sorry we didn't stand with you. We are sorry we that we didn't understand quite fully the full scope that's on us and moving forward. We're going to try to a better job. Simple statement. It got new power. Adam silver of the NBA would do that. That young NBA, smaller more nimble, but I'm telling you. Adam silver would do that. The NFL cannot do that because of their ownership and a certain faction of leaders all right. We have a great interview. I don't WanNa go too long because we have a fantastic interview with Sam Webb, we get his quick hits about Australian rugby announcers who are basically do the worst crowd. Apt To put faces on a cardboard characters out. There ever will talk about the Marquette. Female Lacrosse player posted something on Snapchat that got her scholarship revoked lots of stuff, and then later on the show Michael Jordan Talks about Michael Jordan in a voice mail that you have to hear his roofing, the cheap seat Sam Webb on the other side of the break. Stay with us. Very hobbles. WHO's. Never WanNA. Guys WanNa talk to you about something. 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This Guy Investigates Counterfeiting not like currency counterfeiting, but that fake Gucci Bag got for twelve. Traces, it all the way back to organized crime, so you think you're buying it from a little lady in Chinatown. You know at some market, but you're giving money to MS, thirteen or something like that. Who's then you know potentially giving it to organized crime or even? Terrorist groups like Al Qaeda I used to think that was hyperbole, but it turns out. It's not and it's not just wallets and handbags. There are airbags where when they go off. They'll frigging. frigging, go straight through your head and kill Ya. There's just metal pieces in them or cancer drugs that don't have any active ingredient in it, so it gets a little nefarious, an evil and it quickly ends at the old. Lady, who you think you're helping out and kind of get like gets really devious, really quick especially since those same smuggling networks that they used to get the goods in are also known to smuggle in drugs, guns, and even people. Well I'm a huge fan of the show. Millions just having watched all of it and I know the best part about it that are fans will really relate to. Is that anybody who thinks they're smart is usually pretty I agree with that. That's the whole criminal thing is like the dunning Kruger effect. Right like I'm so smart. Never get caught doing this and it's like well. It's really obvious when somebody with two brain cells to rub together kind of comes through and investigates us well. I love this for fans of ours. You'll love this show. Is something new? Check out the Jordan Harbinger show. Check it out. Hey, guys welcome to the show as promised. We have great guests. Someone who we turn to a personally spams for his insights when it comes to recruiting. And somebody who we understand in a way understands the college football. Landscape and the mentality of the athletes that are entering the college game. That's part of why we wanted to have this guy on. Because it's not just from Michigan. He understands on a national scale. What kids and families and people are going through as they make a decision for college? And therefore he has sort of his finger on the pulse of what people are thinking. This is a very difficult moment that we're all trying to make our way through and come out on the other side. Be Brighter were grateful to have him here Sam Webb. How are you Sir Fellas? I'm doing great glad to. To be on man I'm excited. Let me just save first and foremost that we love you. I feel like people don't say that enough, but we love you man. We love what you do. We love how you treated us. Every time we've come on done your show I. Mean it's more than just we come in your show. It's after we get off the phone with you. When we listen to it, you spend the next five minutes talking about how you feel about us and go unnoticed, and that makes us feel great and just I. Feel like we need to say it more. We love you. Guys. The love is mutual I. Love You guys right back. Love what you do love that. She loved Michigan. That you represent Michigan low that you guys make me laugh all the time, and I love to laugh so that that's another. South of the guys I appreciate the opportunity to be on your show. We'll the love that we're talking to you now. Because I feel like okay, we're recording this on June. Third this will drop on June fifth, but between June first and June eighth was Kinda. This were Kinda getting down to this crunch time here as to what's going to happen with college football and I know you've talked about it a lot on your show, the Michigan insider. It's such a fascinating show. Let me take a step further and say you have very nimbly in very smartly. Development started doing an all recruiting podcast. Which? That is the one thing we can talk about right now is the future twenty, twenty, one, twenty, twenty, two, twenty, twenty three. That gets people excited. WHO KNOWS IF WE'RE GONNA? Play football this fall, but we know that we will have teams in the future. So what? What do you foresee is going to happen because in my brain? The SEC is GonNa do this. This no matter what lot for a lot of reasons, we get into it because there social reasons to I mean it's what we're dealing with right now and then. WHO's GonNa? Follow suit, and who does it hurt if we don't? It's the big ten says that we project our student athletes yeah, so I think that the it's trending towards playing college football nationwide. The prerequisites for it were. A downtrend in the number of cases I. Now we have still haven't seen the the level of downtrend that they talked about needing to see fourteen consecutive days. That kind of thing, but. Enough to wear their optimistic too optimistic enough to open things back up. I was one layer of the of the onion. The other layer was testing. Testing capacity. How how liberally could you test your team? And so it goes without saying that you need to be able to test players. Coaches and anyone that's involved contest. You need to test before every game, but that's not enough to really root out during a week. Where you have practice, you likely have players interacting with other people on campus. You know, can you? Can you rely on? You know not having a great deal of exposure during the week. If you are testing during the week so I, think they. They are they feel good enough to look ahead and say they can test a few times a week. We re looked into it and it sounds like testing about three times in a given week can can really account for you know anyone that might have the the virus during the weekend longer testing before games, you can play and so I think that's where it's trending. The one question I have is will they have some sort of a universal procedure or policy about how much you test what you do win. There's a positive test I think that's the next layer only conference to have A. L. Conference Wide Standard so buyers the pack twelve. And you think about it? It's GonNa have an impact. If we do way, you know players testing positive. You think about schools with elite quarterbacks. You think about the Trevor Lawrence's of the world. The Justin fields of this world, if by some chance you in a game, where say you know, Ohio? State is playing end state or you know if Justin fields is out and we don't. Don't know who the backup is. Not Person Isn't necessarily tested like the complexion of that game completely changes or Michigan, Burr, so high estate, obviously the full teams full strength, but if by some chance, some elite player on the team is out now it's a whole different ballgame. You GotTa make sure that you know you gotTa. Make sure it has not Ryan Day during the test. In, Ohio stay right. Play. A. Noble what you're talking about is right. You need an independent. This is what I believe about everything. This goes on. This goes in terms of the people who are investigating George Floyd. It can't come from someone who is with these people every day. If you have to walk down the hall and see Ryan Day and he gives you a nod, and you're like were okay, but it's not okay. That's not good. It's gotta come from an outside source in order to do this football's big business as you have mentioned many times on your show a Lotta. These athletic departments have built their. Very Shakily now we see their entire income on football. You don't have football. YEP, probables! Absolutely! I that's that's everything and you know I was. I was saying sort of tongue in cheek. But. But they they across college football. Came up with the standard when it came to a concussion protocol. Right? That's rare with the medical staff and be football staff are totally separate in a medical decisions. Don't root through the coaches, so it's as long as the convention is the same right. There's no reason to think that it won't be. Then I think you can, you can trust the integrity of of of the testing, and really who's who's the coach and the and the team. If you will to to make sure that you quarantine, whoever might be who might be positive because your whole team could be ravaged by UK. Catch it. You can spread. It's your family. I think the self interest involved in making sure. The tests are accurate, is kind of one of its checks in the system of checks and balances world, but testing I think is the is the. The next layer. I don't think it's quite to the point yet. Where you know if they said the season was suppose start tomorrow I don't think they would be confident. In where testing is because you need an accurate rapid test, you need to have a test on game days that you had a result fifteen minutes, and it's accurate and you guys know that fifteen minutes as they came out, with will end up happening. Is they found out came out with false negatives about fifteen percent of them were false negative so. Getting that test accurate I think they feel good about where that'll be and then antibodies test. That is another big deal, because if you can test guys on your team in finding, they've already had the virus than the the theory. Is that that that means that they are? They have some. Some immunity to it, so but those tests haven't been accurate either so now a couple of months down the line. Doctors that we've talked to are pretty confident that the testing accuracy is going to be where it needs to be so concussion protocol is I think the president that said now you can't. A concussion is not contagious like if he has it than the, you could give it to someone else, but the idea I think has fans. Will we watch if someone gets concussion and they're held out the next week then even the next week. So that's two games. You're talking fourteen days. Whatever I think most college fans have accepted that we need to be safe. They're not calling for Hawk of this guy's in coming back in I. Don't hear that much so hopefully. That applies to this as well. Yeah. I think I. think that we've seen. Obviously. We've seen a hundred thousand Americans. Die From this die from this virus, so the seriousness with which it should be treated. I think is pretty. It's pretty universal you know I. Think, there are some people that are willing to take more risks. When it comes to going out in public, but I think that most fans would respect the you know the decision to not. Have you know a guy on the team exposing everyone else? To this to this virus, I think fans will be pretty much on board with with whatever protocol they come up with once they find a positive, and that's the other thing. Look. They're gonna be positive tests saw. There's not you know they. They need to have the plan in place for when not if in half? Right because it can spread fast in context smart, you know it's not like baseball where you can I. You know what I'm saying like. You can be pure ailing in between innings on your hands. It's like it's not the same thing is a contact sport. You see guys breathing on each other. The line is hitting each other. There is sweat going back. Back and forth that this the play ends with a violent crash of two people going down that is that is football basketball still very physical, but football even more, so they have to be very careful, because that could spread very fast, but to me if there is sports, only twenty thousand fans in Michigan, stadium or the Horseshoe or where where have you? It's still going to be the camera on the field. You're still looking at the shot that's looking down on the field and everything looks fairly similar. People at home will be happy with that You know what I think they should do because you're. You're right the. I think that the athletic directors you know are all the officials at are are making these decisions have pretty much already resigned themselves to the fact that there will not be fans capacity. Capacity crowds in the stands. I you have to have a number where you can, or you can have a reasonable assurance of achieving social distance so the number they've been thrown out. It's been like a quarter to a third of capacity of twenty five thousand. You know to lower thirties in the stands, so you don't get the same sort of crowd feel from that one idea that I. think would be really really good. At least from television, perspective is Mike those players up. Let's. Let's hear what they're saying to one another. Guy Comes up and says like you know in the game. The Celtics play back in the day the Nixon. Was I think it was Jordan Crawford. Toll Carmelo Anthony I heard your wife's tastes like honey nut cheerios. You hear that, right? You gotta hear that that would be. That would be awesome, and you know what it would do. I think it will forever eight I think of. All of this this ridiculous talk about bulletin. Board material. As, if it. As if it measures up to what these guys actually say during Games guys, it'd be really you'll be on a delay. You could put it on delay and people curse. Drop that audio out. It's easy. I mean it's going to that. Person's going to be going crazy. Whoever's dropping out the audio and standards and practices? But you could do that very easily. That's a great idea as a great idea, so let's talk about recruiting. Because like I said you have this amazing new recruiting podcast pure fan of Michigan Sports. On Your Jason I listened to your radio show as it's chopped up into podcast little segments which I thought very smart that you guys went to that so that people who don't live in Ann Arbor who don't live in Detroit, who can't get your radio station on the morning and also comes on a couple of hours later. It's usually up by the time we're up. We can hear it, but then you guys took the step further to take all the people from the recruiting side, and you know how big it's gotten in the last ten years and do a weekly podcast about all the recruiting I. Think it's brilliant because again. There's so much excitement about commitments in who was offered all this other stuff because that's the future I mean. Repealing ports is going on right now essentially. Right so and when we talk about the NFL draft and I know you've spoken a lot about that. What is the NFL draft but hope it's hoke? We do I'm alliance Fan that's that's my super bowl the NFL draft. My entire life that is been what I look forward to the most during the year. So I get it and you're right. You're selling hope and possibility in that's. It's similar with recruiting look at recruiting rankings much like you do first round draft picks. You know not every first round draft pick hits not every five star hits, but you have a pretty good idea that those indeed are the most talented players in the draft or the most talented players in recruiting class, right? Yeah and it's interesting to see you know schools certainly there because the college playoff is now is still only four teams. You do see that those teams that are consistently kind of there are the ones who are stockpiling. The top players so hot are the teams around that the teams in the next year which I would obviously include Michigan, but you're penn state's in the world. You're I. Mean is kind of at the top of Kinda, straddles the line, but then there are other schools that are just outside of that range holiday eight. Get over our reach that You two things I think you have to have tremendous discounting. And clemson is an interesting case. Guys because Clemson hasn't Clinton wasn't a school that was perennially in the top five. On their on their rise up in the rankings on a rise championship contention. Awesome job a scouting. They really nailed their footprint. In their offense was was dynamic. Look if you got a dynamic quarterback especially. You know that can that can write your ticket and I think if you look at Michigan. Michigan is for all of the recruiting success that Ohio State has had over Michigan routinely. They finished ahead of Michigan in the rankings every every now and then Michigan is in the top five most of the time around the top ten. No a Michigan's right there with them in sixteen right there with them in seventeen, but for quarterback play felons US left for quarterback late in sixteen you got you got spayed playing with a broken collarbone and seventeen. You know you're you're dealing with. Jonathan were corn, and so you just. On the level at the quarterback position at those those things are so excellent scouting an quarterback play. Guys, those are the two of you. If you're looking to bridge the gap with a team that is, that is just recruiting like they're saying Ohio. State might have the the the top ranked recruiting class the best recruiting class of all time. That's what they're saying about this class this year. Shaping up to be that doesn't mean they're invincible. If you give good quarterback, play, you scout well. You have the offensive the of offensive game plan like the one that Michigan started adopting with with Josh Gattis. You can play with and beat that. That team easier said than done of course easier said than done, but yet there's there's a pathway to achieve that it's interesting. You mentioned Clemson. I'm sure you read the article that came out today about former Clemson player You know saying the Davos Sweeney needs to talked about some coaches, dropping bombs and whatnot, and not even mentioned in them, so it isn't like there. Four people saying it. You got always look at all the information but I'm sure Dabbagh Sweeney does not want that right now. When you've got pictures and images of Jim Harbaugh his staff marching in Ann Arbor with the you know showing solidarity over this issue. Like it or not, it's predominantly African American players in college football I mean I i. don't know the breakdown. You probably know better than me. Are we talking sixty, five, thirty, five? I don't know the percentages I would guess it was. I think that's probably a pretty fair number to say I and I wonder guys. I wonder how much of a of a factor I. You know I. I would think that if I had a kid. That was a college recruit. He would never go to Ole Miss Right. There's no way I let my kid go to homeless. Yeah, and and I think back to win Ole. Miss was I mean killing it on recruiting trail. As I got you know you makes you wonder. How deeply do do kids really look at things in you know. Different regime doubted ole, miss now. I don't want to get a call from from Chris Partridge saying. Stop Hating on my schooler. Devin Bush, so you know new regime, so maybe things are are different down there and get my I know. How deeply kids in their families are gonNA. Look at it, but if they do. Close, inspection would reveal a real contrast between a Jim Harbaugh in a Dabo. Sweeney who Jim Harbaugh. For years ago, when Colin Kaepernick is doing his protest, his players come out. They say hey. We want to have some protests on Game Day. He supports. You know if you guys WANNA protest. Go for you had players a bunch of raising their fists during the National Anthem Dabo Sweeney meanwhile say anyone who protest during the national flag during the national anthem should be removed from the country. That was his. That was his take for you. Very different different in here. You have Dabo Sweeney not active at all on social media about the George Floyd. About the George Floyd. Tragedy! Jim harbaugh meanwhile is on a national show mentioning it unsolicited going to a black lives matter. Protests yet you know you have to. Have you have to have Dabo. Sweeney asked about in a teleconference, even mentioned it in all by the way he had a coach, dropping bombs in practice, didn't and didn't reprimand him visibly players to see it, so there is a contrast there. If people really no kidding, their families really WANNA. Look at it I think it's shifting though I remember when Durant left Oklahoma City and our boy Jalen Jalen I love Jalen so much. I love everything he's he. Is such his be transitioned into being like in my opinion, he's Barkley esque. He says what he feels. Jalen rose any a lot of times. I would say ninety percent of the time right on point Jalen Rose said there was a time when Kevin Durant was. There was tornadoes that happen in just cleared out Oklahoma City. He donated a million dollars of his money to the cause. President Obama at that time spoken, and he came onto the Jumbotron, and his basically offered a conciliation something. We don't see from our president today and people booed him like the whole, stated the whole, not the whole, but enough people booed him to where it was audible in Kevin. Durant is looking up at these like that's my God. Yet, Jalen like if Kevin Durant is up there, saying that's my guy. Out of there. He. Goes, to Oakland a much more. You know a society in an environment that actually accepts what he thinks. And then where does he go from there? He goes to Brooklyn that's you know I mean. Adam that is to me, is that. Do you see that again? You're on the ground. Man I you know I wish I. I wish I could tell you. Yes for sure. I I would be I would be proud. I will tell you know if I didn't see this particular reaction being so different, so many people being moved. To to to action, you know even even black people who are who have been up in arms about several cases like this. This this has been a fuse to to lighten. Incite even more of us so I, will it? Will it be more of a will lead to more introspection? It lead to having more conviction when it comes to what's important to them? I think the potential is there, but I just can't I just can't say for sure that it will. It will trickle down to a decision like where I'm going to go to school. School. Let me rephrase that for you. Because you know about recruiting, it's all about sitting down in the living room with the family and you are if you're a coach. If you're Don Brown, if you're Jim Harbaugh, if you're Davos meeting, whoever you are you sitting down with them and you say I'm GonNa take care of your kid for the next four years. We have an environment, so what you selling at your school? The one thing that Michigan has been able to do. Especially you guys talk about a lot is with kids who want a great education in our friends Sherry Acho when she was there at the school did a fantastic job of saying to these kids. You're going to have a career at after this whether you go to the NFL or not. You're part of the Michigan Network in once. You're wolverine that alumni that fan base will. We say we're taking carry. We're taking care you for life. You got people that'll be looking out for you in really the leaders in the best. That's what they can pitches the education in the after. Can they now put this Arrow into the quiver, which is we are a place that actually respects what you did in what I'm saying, yeah so. Absolutely now we'll have the effect I. Don't know, but do you use it? Yes, do you? Is it part of your presentation Hello Yeah? A part of your presentation. You should be putting out front. The that that the values that are espoused by your players are going to be supported by the coach. And supported in not a way that is just measured lip service, but as measured action. He's out there. That's right. He's willing to take the the arrows that come with because look. You Know Jim Harbaugh is is catching flack for not beating Ohio State. You think some fans that you know have an axe to grind about. That are going to say liberties more liberties with this now. Absolutely he's GonNa take more areas, but he's willing to take those shots to support his guys. That is something that should be I know. It will be something that would move me. Hey, you know. The the concerns of my kids are being validated by the coach to the point where okay he understands, he understands that there is a there is a challenge to his presence on campus. His challenge, the challenge to his presence anywhere that I need to be sensitive to our coaches are showing that Jim harbaugh fights. It's amazing I WanNa talk about a sort of a somewhat of a new. It's always been around the transfer portals so to speak. It's ramped up in the last year to in a way that we haven't seen in our lifetime. The idea of recruiting changing just in the college sports landscape because. A two in two ways your own team having to recruit your team to stay, so guys don't get to play or whatever you're tough on a guy and you. There's a sensitivity the. Responder very real quarterback battle with the team to guys who are Kinda neck and neck of one guy wins out on the other guys like we'll do I stay. What do I do now now with it being what it is, it feels a little wild west. The can explain to our listeners and whatnot how you see the new emergency and the importance of the transfer portal, both is a place to lose players and a place to pick guys. Yeah, so the transfer portal was I think it was a really. been official innovation for the players because before when you transferred right, so you know Randy Jason Whoever whichever one that you guys want to enter the transfer you, you say coach. I'm GONNA go transfer. That coach could then block. Different schools for you to. Transfer to so if I didn't want you to go to. Ohio state I can say you can't go to is that you can look at all these other schools, or I could say hey. You can't go to any school that we're. GonNa play. Yeah, I could put that that stipulation in in your transfer. That's one thing that has changed. Another thing that has changed is when. You went and said you wanted to transfer. Who knows it? You know does does Florida state now you want to transfer does Oregon No. You want to transfer these schools. No right that you wanted to transfer unless you had someone out there working for you, so a former high school coach a trainer. That's calling schools for you because you can't have communication that's right with the school, so it was a convoluted process that really limited the options you wouldn't and maybe there's a school out. Out there that needs a randy needs a jason that you weren't even thinking about, but you don't know that because they don't know that you're transfer with a transfer portal. Put out there like you're a recruit all over again. They can look and see oh. This guy is transferring I have disposition of knee. I'm GonNa Recruit that guy now the flip side of it for the players is once you going into the transfer reporter? Eight the school that you're transferring from can immediately say all right that scholarship that was earmarked for you for four years is done the end of this academic year. I have that scholarship to recruit with as it should be. You can't have a scholarship hung up on a guy right? That might not be there, but it's A. It's a risk. That guy takes when he goes into. into the transfer portal you better make sure you know where you're. GonNa land or you gotTa landings by because. If you don't, you might not have a home to go back to, and that is the sad reality for a lot of guys that in a transfer Puerto that no one's talking about guys. There are a lot of guys in the transfer portal that have nowhere to go. And you think about you know for those who are pooh-poohing the transfer portal and saying well. That's not how college for to Joe Borough is a product of the Trans reporter like your heisman. Trophy winner your number one draft pick. He was sitting behind. Guys at Ohio State and wasn't gonNA maybe would never have seen the light of day. So that's a you know another caveat to it because you know you talk about a Grad, transfer or grad transfer can go someplace and play immediately right, so so that's the extra piece of it, but you're absolutely right. I mean Joe Borough puts his name. The transfer of portable schools are looking at them. Sure it over in Nebraska, and they're kicking themselves for you know for saying I. We're all right millionaire. Joe. Merlet done great over at Nebraska but yes, it would. It does guys. Is it allows players the freedom of movement that coaches have which they which should be the case, and this is why what's coming down the pike. Is this this open transfer. This transfer waiver that guys have to give her. Immediate eligibility will no longer be necessary if this rule that Jim harbaugh proposed a proposed it, he's saying. You're one. You get one transfer where you can go wherever you want, and you don't have to sit out and that's how it should be. You need to level the the the playing field. As far as fairness is concerned in the intercollegiate dynamic coaches can move. Freely athletic directors to move freely again. I am the the money that comes into it. You need this. Be Balancing that equation and I think this transfer waiver Jim harbaugh proposed is one of those ways to help balance while I saw. Even you know you guys work for sites twenty four seven. You do in your whole team where you rank. Rank guys in terms. This is the number four power forward in the twenty twenty one class will now and is the first time I've ever seen it. You guys in your services services like you are ranking the transfer the transfers. He's the number five transfer in the portal, sitting right now, and that gives people a sense of okay. What's this Guy GonNa Bring? Bring to my team, and and you've said it many times on the show to. If you are an amazing, I mean amazing, the the greatest player that that you will probably stay on your team or go to the NBA Talking About Basketball Ri-. K. You'll probably stay on your team or be starting on your football team and then go to the NFL. People transfer for lots of reasons to answer that portal. The coach got fired. The you know they made a change. They're not playing you whatever so you're getting someone with a little bit of baggage, but the Joe Boroughs situation should make you know. Make an apparent to anyone that you could be sitting with a heisman trophy winner as your backup right now. Yeah, I mean look. I think I think plane. TIME IS A. Valid reason the transfer you know I i. don't I. Don't begrudge a Guy I. Don't think he soft I don't think that he you know that he doesn't WanNA compete. I. Don't think that's necessarily the case especially in the case like Joe Borough I mean like you said I mean. He's east sitting in the wings man. The Opportunity Limited. You know you're only going to be there for for a certain period of time. It's not like you have this this this endless you know sort of eligibility, so you gotta be able to maximize it I. Do have a concern about guys may be wanting to go the first sight of adversity. You know maybe David. Start the first game of their freshman year, so they're out. There I do have some concern about that, but at the end of the day man. That's it's the fair way and I think it's. It's selfish to look at it from the standpoint of how it will affect. My Phantom how it will affect You know the the prospects for my team. You need to allow for kids in their families to do. What's best for them, or they see what they think is best for them and I think this is. This is one of those things in coaches just have to adapt. You gotta be more mindful of recruiting your own roster as you guys said, and then you've got you got pour over that portal because you didn't get some. You might find the Joe Borough or in Michigan's case, a Mike Dana right in the chance for report all right? You might find one of those guys that can come in. In and give you some valuable assistance on fear or you know in in their basketball team lost a few guys to the Portal Michigan's team, and they wound up picking up two guys, and you say to yourself well. What? Yeah, this guy had this in this guy maybe isn't the best shooter. You didn't shoot a bunch threes, but he say to yourself. What's better to have a empty space in your or a walk on in that spot or another guy was scholarship player somewhere else coming in that you might be able to shape, and so you see what the air there your options rather take the one where you can maybe shape guy. Look and it's a it's an instant fix, and that's the other thing assuming that those guys can get immediate eligibility, and I think I think Michigan's case, the kid that transferred from wake forest. Sean D Brown I think he has a legit shot, a getting immediate eligibility, and that's the guy you think about a team in Michigan who lost a lot of off the dribble ability a lot of ability to get to the rim. Let's not huge. Apply on this roster. And what is this Guy Strength? The bucket even get to ramp so it's a way and he's you know he's a grown man physically. Yeah, he played college basketball. You don't have to grow him up physically. It's one of those instant bic scenarios. I think that's one of the one of the positives. If you will to the Portal for for these for these coaches that are are certainly a. A lot of coaches are critical of it while, but this is one of the ways they're going to benefit from me all right one last question before we'll take a break and I have a question, too, so it might be too, but we might be thinking about the same thing. 'cause you know. Sam We could be in different places, but wavelength can go. For my powers activate. Zoom box to his zoom box. Here's my question. Who is the guy who is the one guy who is still out there for twenty twenty? One that have Michigan gets is going to be a difference maker. Right out of the gates. WHO's The guy who still floating dock in football or basketball football? Okay so I would go with. The number one recruit on board without question. Kid Out of West Bloomfield Michigan Donovan, Edwards. He is he is a game changing back? Now Michigan has had good backs, but I think if you you know. If you ever get a chance, it ends on copy of of one of these games, and maybe you see some of the whole sat. Michigan backs have have gotten through, and maybe they got twenty thirty hours. They didn't go the distance. Or you know you look at what they do. When it comes to throwing two players out of the Backfield, it's not a running back know last year they would throw around bell out of the backfield. You'd see people's Jones out of the backfield. Their Giles Jackson. WHO's in a hybrid guy, but it was. A tailback Donovan Edwards is ranked by twenty four seven sports, the number two tailback in the country, and the reason why he is that because he's a kid stands about six feet knees about two hundred pounds. He can go. He can get you a sixty seven yard touchdown. He is a dynamic receiver, so you can split them out. You can play 'em at wide out if you want it if you wanted to. He is a guy that is from a mentality standpoint. Once that pressure you know, he wants that smoke is they say give me rock with the game on the line to good. He's that guy so and he's A. He's a guy from the state of Michigan. So you got all these. The Anna's coach played for the University of Michigan. You've got all these things wrapped up. And this particular prospect, he get so many marks for Michigan. He is the guy that if they get them. Are stamp the the success seal on this class. If you get Donovan Will the interesting thing in the NFL SNL question is? His recruitment has been very unique to kind of what we're going through right now. He hasn't been able to take visits. He seemed like a very patient kid. which some schools that were on his list were like all right. If you're if you're going to be patient, we're going to take these two. And so might it be that patients wins out. We don't know, but I'm just saying like it shows you how each kid needs to be handled differently to your absolutely nail on the head you could be. You could be a recruiting coordinator. That is exactly that is exactly right You know. He's a kid that Ohio state without front for him at one point. I the very he told me that matter of fact, the last thing without front for him at one point and Ohio state told him he was the number one back on their list. You know he was. He's been very deliberate in its process he wants to wants to. Go the distance. Take official visits. During the season. They came to women. May they're picking up a running back? And they said Hey. We're picking up this this running back We want you to be the other guy, so you need to go right now and he's like. No, I'm not ready. They say well. We're going to go get another guy. Okay, that's fine. I'm not ready, and so he he in Ohio state part ways. He's just that kind of kid aren't going to squeeze him. You'RE GONNA. Rush him now might. He changes mind. If they continue to push back the visit schedule, you know he might I change it and say I'm GonNa go I'm going to be able to visit anyway, but at this point his plan is to go the distance in visit all the places that he wants to Biz you. Kinda like a kid that does it will so my last question, and it has to do with people committing without taking visits. You know I think you guys talked about on your. Shah's listening. The number of commits. We have right now. People who have already committed sight unseen. I haven't been to the school, but I'm gonNA commit is like triple the number that it was last year at this time. So you've talked about it a lot in his last one will make them. We'll take a break. We'll do some quickest, but the idea that if a guy commits, that's not the end. I mean still recruiting his changed even in this last. Last period of time here last couple months. Yeah, so I look verbal commitments. It has always been the case that look what that's recruiting not older. We're mostly right, but but now it's different now it there's this sort of innate to this sort of inherent understanding that verbal commitments media meaning less so all of these guys and I think Michigan must have four or five I can't remember off the top of my head. Guys that have committed that haven't visited yet and I think that they are anticipating. All, schools should that the number of be committed. They'RE GONNA experienced. This year is going to be higher than ever before. Because if a kid commits you sight unseen. I think that you are. You're anticipating maybe one of the curious that you're dangling. Is You know a kid? Go ahead, commit to. You'RE GONNA. Be Able to visit other schools, and if you're saying that if you're selling that, you're also understanding that the likelihood that they might go somewhere else is higher, so you gotta be planning for that and I. Think Michigan is planning for by recruiting contingencies. I think they're loading up some of these. Anticipating that not all guys gonNA stick because they know that we're heading for a bananas Nana's fall when it comes to guys kind of flipping out of their commits. I'm as. Sam Webb is with us. The Great Sam. Webb is recruiting podcast. It I mean. Do you call it? The Product is Michigan Twenty four several inside? Tried, so it's caught the Michigan recruiting insider not GonNa find it wherever you get your podcast. That won't be there. The reception has been much like you guys like. Why did you wait so long to do this right? So it's been really successful so far if you are someone who listens to our podcast, who doesn't know a ton about sports, but would love to learn about using the prism of what's going on with Michigan the talk you know. We're talking about things that we learned from. From your podcast talk is specific, but there are global issues that are undertaken I, say to all those people who are listening right now. If you really want to understand this whole process of recruiting and college sports, you guys take it all on in such a beautiful way, a highly recommended you guys record on Sundays at drops on. Mondays but I want everyone to check it out. We'll take a break. We have Sam Webb with us. We're going to do quick hits right after this. From the cheap seats day? What's? Clean. All got you pour in stores December? Zona the packing. cheesy situation. Guys welcome back to the show. We hope everyone is staying safe. 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We also do Michigan basketball insider with Tim McCormack great as well as we got a lot. Lot going on, we'll know in love it, and you guys like we said You'd nimbly moved into an area that you can talk about with no sports going on right now. You're like okay. Let's talk about the future because this is where it's going. This is where it said all right so some crazy stuff happening in the world of sports and we definitely WANNA. Go for with you because it has nuts i. mean I don't know if you've followed Lenny Dykstra descent into hell. After US really. Yes I mean he wasn't he wasn't. He had like a whole gambling thing going on. At what point did I mean? He tried to do stocks he did, and he was like a stockbroker for a minute, wasn't he and he tried to do a magazine that was only a high end. Magazine would only be on private jets that athletes look. You know. Market for that and then one time he put an ad for a craigslist for made on craigslist, and she came over, and he was naked so. I'm not surprised about that with. Lenny dykstra right right. To get him to touch wally backman. So he has gone on in on another rant. Because what happened recently was that he filed an answer a defamation suit against Ron Darling which was crazy and the judge actually came back and said. We can't accept this suit. Because you have defamed your character so much that no one else can come in and defame it. Deacon meet. Do you understand how? To be? And I know you're laughing. well I've I've never heard of that before. CARE. No one can do more damage to you. You've done to yourself. Again out of your own way, but isn't it crazy? We're talking about Lenny Dykstra in. Yes, he was great. Yes, he actually did steroids and it was known to do that, but for people in Lenny dykstra circle when he grew up. And you see these kids when they're growing up, he was the probably the best player. Anybody has ever seen in his little league in his town in his the euro. Mean isn't that amazing that there are those kids sometimes can never sniff the field, and that the greatest that their town has ever seen no of A. He was one of those guys. You know we come from the same age bracket. He was one of those guys that was. He was a dog on the baseball field. Right? You know. He was just that Greeny Guy. He was that he was gonNA. Do that guy that was going to do whatever it took to what he's going to sacrifice his body. He was gonNA run into US going to try to run over the catcher at home play. Whatever a if you had a jump in the stance, he would do that. He was that guy that would just go that extra mile and I think that was an enduring quality to you. He has some skill to. He wasn't just a great guy. He has some talent, but you care to an and made a really endearing player to follow, but it was the thing that makes you know that makes him a rough person outside of baseball. It's kind of like watching the Jordan documentary which I'm sure you watch the last dance. But but the things that may Jordan unbelievable competitor when he was on the Bulls, you take that out, and he's in life right now. You say to yourself. Where are your friends? Michael, Jordan? If. He has not. He's not paying for anyway, right? You're assistant I remember I, remember growing up and I heard his wife heard about them. Divorcing and we know why would why would why either I was? She won a divorce Michael Jordan. Why would why would she let this marriage dissolve? Now I see you hit. The guy is an ass great. Greatest of all time. Yes slow, he isn't. He is not a pleasant human being. To be around, and maybe that's part of his formula. Maybe he wouldn't have been as great if he didn't have that mentality, but the cost is. He can't have many people around him. That like him. At least that aren't related to them. And, that's amazing because again. You're watching these guys what what's incredible to me in watching. The documentary was amazing to me and you talk about it from a recruiting standpoint. Okay, let's talk about Jerry. Krause is a recruiter, okay? Just, anybody, even like Chuck Daly at the idea that the Pistons Got Dennis Rodman from where they got him in an pip into me to watch keeping in those like that old almost always. Stay or whatever High School Gym, Central Arkansas and you say to yourself. How did you see what a great? That's unbelievable scouting as what you were talking about? And it goes back to all the people who yes, obviously, we're enamored with five stars next to a kid's name, but. You know if you can scout talent if you can see this guy, who, for some reason, no one else the scene and you pluck that guy out. Make them superstar. It's almost like. More valuable. Yeah I mean Saudi to coach, you know. He went over and grabbed Toni Kukoc was a was another one I mean he may. He made some really shrewd move to put that team together that the Charles Oakley trade where he got bill, cartwright was that was another one so look I I'm sort of you know. I WANNA. Give Jerry Krause a little bit of a little bit of slack. Here given credit credit where credit is, credit is due. On the Phil Jackson decision alone. Johnson decision to John Collins out a guy who took you almost to the promise land imagine that. was matching. If imagine view, the Pistons Coach now in you take the Pistons to the conference finals, and then ownership said we're going to get rid of. A, what would happen right? Yeah, look. The guy had an eye he he may have been. He may have had short Batmans complex. Which? which which they called out. But he effective, he was good at his job. He Mate. He made the right calls. I think that he kind of struggled with not receiving the credit that he felt he was due. but the the the only bad to see the only one that I could really be critical of him for was his decision to break up that team when like they have more or less than the take, especially with being a shortened season right? Ninety nine season was a shortened season, so they come back that year. You know maybe they win another championship. WHO's beaten them number one and number two. You say to yourself and this is just the way it goes. If you're seeking the credit, it's never gonNA end up great for you. If Jerry Krause keeps his mouth, shut and a good guy who's not talking about breaking up the team at the beginning of the thing, and he's trying his best to keep it together any way possible by. By, any means necessary, not looking to be the guy who put this whole thing together. How do people talk about him? They will be like he was the best. He never wanted the credit. He did more for this team than we thought he could. Do you know what I'm saying like? Walter Payton straight quote and I'm probably going to misquote, but I'll paraphrase when you're good. You tell people when you're great. They tell you. That's a great way to put it and You know unless you're Michael Jordan and both happens. I where people tell your great, and you say yeah, I, am I am. What are you Reggie Miller? Don't ever talk trash the black Jesus. The best trash. Glad, I've ever heard man and Reggie Miller Oh my God. Incredible when he hit that shot, and then he was like Oh crap. There's still set one point four seconds left. That was unbelievable. All right, so we talked about fans, being in the stands, and not being in the stands, and so now they're starting to move forward in other countries with like the Bundesliga playing soccer, the south, Korean Soccer League, where they actually put a bunch of sex dolls in the crowd. Could have gotten away with it if it didn't work holding up signs advertising the sex dolls they got. To. Sex Dow you go, you can just get some mannequins. You know not have any sexual attachment to it at all. You the throw sex thousand stands bad. It's just bad so now. There was A. Crazy thing foxsports house, really good seats. Flashlights were in the bleachers. Right, exactly good point something Australian national rugby team shows. They did a thing where there's an APP now where you can put people into the cardboard cutouts that exist, you can like photoshop them on a cardboard thing and you've been to. Basketball Games, where they have the giant heads of Jay Bilas giant, Ed and I actually think that's really funny, but no one has crossed the line, and if you do cross the line, they're gonNA. Take it away like you put the head of somebody so he this on a show on TV show for the rugby fully. He thought it would be funny if they would Adolf Hitler's face on there. Which on day come on like what I wonder is like how many people I'm assuming. He just did it because that couldn't have gone through any layers of oversight, right I mean. There's. There's no context when that's okay unless I just. I. Mean You do this for a living? You can make. Make Adolf Hitler Mega Adolf Hitler joke if you're. If you're a Jew and you're in a comedy club context, and you are hammering the dude or you're gay. Or you're taking your kind of you know. Your. Next look at Tech Joe Joe Rabbit I was very resistant to watching that movie, and then I watch it and I was like this is beautifully done. This is so beautifully I. I was so resistant to it. I watched it take what t to who recorded. He Played Hitler in the movie, a very weird version of him. That was beautifully done, but you are on such a highway. A Fox sports run be announcer in Australia cannot walk that type. Who'd he? Who'd he not to? Have to be there has to be someone in his life. That sounds like a cool idea. You bounce that off. Someone someone in his life told him they thought that would be cool. We always hang with. We always said this about athletes. We said that athletes need in their policies. They need one moment. Yes, they know man job is just to say no. Go. It's two am. Should I go out and there's your guy in the corner going, you know. WHAT THE NOMAN! What does he say? No, don't do okay. I can't do it. We think our. No show it to me. No, no, you don't tweet it. Do Not tweet that you don't have so I mean I need to hear the end of the story. So what happened to the he got he got reprimanded. And I think he's getting fired for making that joke. He's getting fired. If Grant Napier, and I know you saw that whole exchange, rant napier. boogie cousins came Adam, and laid the bait, and said, and what do you think about this old black lives matter thing, and maybe you're of course took the bait. He's not a bad guy, but he's a sixty year old guy who should not be going firing back at boogie cousins on twitter. All is matter every single one of them and Bobby. You're like stop stop stops. People say black lives matter. They don't mean that they mean that. They matter more than white lies. They just mean. Now's the time we have to say. It's up you don't. Know, when when that first started into pushback, I started happening I wonder if people just added black lives matter to you just added to I wonder what people with people who have an issue with it react differently, or they just find another reason be upsell on another reason and I would add me at the end of that. Black lives matter to me. You know what I mean, so you can't now. That, you know he's saying to as also. Then I say to me as well, but I mean the idea that that can happen, and so he got fired. Grape your farkas. You kinda what kept going on. It's like old people in Zoom Conference call. You've got the Mexico yet. The Mexican senator woman changing our clothes on the zoom. It's like we can see you. Stop doing it. That's get off twitter. If you're doing that, I'd lasting speaking up because it's not just old people, young people get in trouble too and I'm curious your thoughts on this and incoming freshman at Marquette as I don't know if you saw their senior scholarship, revoke offer revoked after snapchat post. compared George Floyd's death with Colin Kaepernick protests national anthem, and what she said was pretty like she said some people think it's okay to take a knee anthem. So it's to kneel on the same to me on someone's head. Come at me, you know brainwashed. By saw that and it was a serious consequence as well as should have been gigs. I i. just think that she invited the scrutiny the criticism. We tell kids all the time you know, be careful. Be careful what you put on social media. Because it can come back and get you, but I I actually appreciate you know seeing where people really stand. That's one of the things that I. Really like so if you're a university and you have such A. Such a a rancid character kind of come into your. They come to your campus. They represent you and you. You have to be concerned. You have to express concern about what are they gonNA do when they get here. You know if. She's inviting that that kind of scrutiny before she even sets foot on campus. Wow. She's around her parents. I mean she's living at home. What is he going to do with? She's on her. You know. She's on her own young adult on on a campus, and she's representing not just her family anymore, but our school now. There's this marquette Lacrosse player. Look at her. You can't have that I. I understand that decision serious consequence. Maybe she learns from it. You know we'll see at the very least that can other kids who see it are going to learn from. You might say you might say it's Marquette Lacrosse. What's the big deal? It's not men's basketball. which is what we know Marquette for. New C., J. and I when we were in Bloomington. INDIANA. Last time we walk down the street and we look to our right, and we see a bus with a giant block M on it more like what is going on right now. In this was right at the time of the softball is like last year when the softball intend tournament, softball tournament was in town, and we had met Hutch another time. She is the coolest the best person and the greatest coach and her girls. The women on that team could not have been more. You were proud that they representative at university. They are good kids. They're good. People made us feel good. We went to every game. They won that tournament. The best touch seasons we're walking over to the she sees us. She's like what are you guys doing? We're doing comedy shows. She's like what are you doing here? We're in the big ten like we on the bus and. Be Stay Yeah so she starts walking on the bus. And then she says the one thing that like forty stabbing year. Old dudes don't want to hear. She gets on the bus. She's like. Do you know who these guys are just waiting for? Think. They knew now. and. Of course, we just took the opportunity to be like we believe in you. We love everybody on this bus. Everybody here makes a difference. And then we pick the one male coach Mike for that guy. We gotta get him. Of course, Ben Nuts. They loved it, but what I saw and this thought was really interesting. When we watch this and again, I only spring boarding off because we talk about this female athlete. What I saw in softball tournament was something that I think is devoid from men's sports in a little bit of a way. These girls when they were in the midst of plan a game and this is the big ten tournament. This is serious. It's on the big ten network. It's being televised. They were having so much fun. It was fun to watch they were. They were in the field dancing to other players walk up, Music Arya. Chanting and chanting. While play was gone on. They had celebrations when when they hit a double or triple or Laura, come on. Can we what I think needs to happen is we need to have those athletes tell the male athletes. You guys got to have more fun. I know it's. A fan thing is I think it's a fan thing. It's how how we react how we are conditioned to. Think what sportsmanship is me growing up? smacktalk was a part of the game man. You you made them play. You want people to know by you might. You might have a little little celebration. That's poor sportsmanship in in many men sports in Softball Hey. This is a part of the fun I'm like you. I wish it was more of that. I. Mean I remember? I can remember Dennis Norfleet dancing back while he's waiting for punt to go, and how fun that was, it was just on Mike have some fun out there like a guy who I thought was a great lakes, but to me. It felt like it didn't seem like he was having fun with Donovan People. That was a guy who had. Doing all this crazy stuff then he got to college and it didn't seem like he was having the same level now. Maybe he was I. DON'T WANNA. Be Unfair to this kid but like. You know when you see when we went to that tournament saw these girls having so much fun while they're playing the sport feeling lucky to be on a team feeling lucky to be part of this thing. It's like you know especially now. I feel like without sports and having. Had it taken away from us for awhile. I, wonder and I hope that people will appreciate even simplest thing like being practiced laying even the game. That's a non conference game. That doesn't seem to matter on the schedule or whatever you know what I'm saying Oh dude I think I. Think you nailed it. I think that the coaches that we've talked to about it, so they can all. That in their players can't wait for practice. You know they're going to to savor every not just the Games but the preparation now, too, because they've been. They've been without it and so I think you're gonNA. See a level of focus. This season that is is not in. That's not like anything we've seen before now. What I'm concerned about is the level of physical level conditioning, but they're going to have. But the mental focus the sharpness that that may be some might think would be an issue from being off four or five months or however long actually don't think that's going to be issue. Because I think the players are going to be locked in I agree. All Right? This is amazing Sam. Webb your. You brought it like I knew you bring. Love Your pod. We love everything you do I love your podcast in recruiting insider. I'm so excited that you made that. I think it is I think it will only just get ready for fans to tell you need to start doing two week. Get ready because that's that's going to happen. I know you're like Jesus. Christ I can't do it, but you guys you guys could do, but I'm saying like people will want it so much. They're gonNA WANNA hear that in future especially now more than ever keep doing what you're doing. Keep your family safe and I'll close. It started and just tell you that we love you and. Excite to see when Ann Arbor the next time we come through, absolutely love you guys right back. This was a blast anytime. You ever ever ever need on anything for me. You gotTA. Do is call. Right there we go, we'll take a quick break. We'll be right back with voicemail that you guys have to hear to believe. This is from the cheap seats statements. News like. Sam Webb J unbelievable Sam Webb fantastic. Follow him again. If you don't want anymore college recruiting, he is a great follow. This podcast is a great listen yesterday. Talk about specific Michigan, things but. Damn he he breaks down in the best possible way and just a good person. Of Heaven Egmont so thank you Sam. Webb and now as promised, we got a voicemail from Michael Jordan himself Michael Jordan talking about Michael Jordan in the Michael Jordan. Documentary and I'M GONNA. Tell you he's Pied GonNa. Spin it in a Michael Jordan sort of away, so listened to a right now. Hey Randy Jason Michael Jordan. Everybody's just finished watching the last game the documentary about me, Michael, Jordan and the way that I played the game better than anyone ever played the game in the history of the game, and that's Michael Jordan fat. Write it down in a book closing opening up play, and you'll see is still there. Another thing to address the controversy between progress and myself. So I was offended. I was offended by the comparison between being cloud will now reach out to cloud in all earnestness and honesty. Try IF YOU WANNA. Prove it now on the court. I'm ready to go, but demands on over style and we will go one on one for charity. Well maybe not the Cherry. 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