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"tom morris" Discussed on No Laying Up
"The big breath in to get there. You don't need Indiana and we don't need it anymore. Got your endurance built up. I think next, going across to the European tour dude perfect world tour. The new year, DP? I don't know. Colin Morikawa has started the DP here early here, the European tour mainstay Morikawa. I think he's originally from somewhere in the UK, wins the race to Dubai. Wins it by three shooting a final round 66, spiritually, he might be from Scotland or something like that. You know, he really seems to connect with the soul of the game. A 100%. I think it might be the youngest Tom Morris. And when are we gonna see this guy make his way over to the states here for, you know? Yeah, we'll see if it's a real competition. See what happens. Do you guys know how many full year just soul European tour events he played this year? Three. It was three. Yeah. He's pretty. He finished 68th and 71st and two of them. And of course, wins event this week to win the race to Dubai. So just to break that down for people, of course, the British open, his victory there counts as a massive W I guess his win at concession. The concession because I wanted to say Succession amed for 9 o'clock tonight. Is when it secession counts so yeah, that's kind of where. And then, of course, is win at the DP the dude perfect world tour championship also also cares. Let's get it. You guys are talking balls from the rooftop and stuff. It was awesome. My nephew is super into it. No, I will say, shout out to the dudes because my neural nephew went to a live show in Louisville and they were exceptionally nice, met him like pre show and my nephew absolutely loves it. Love that. Can you guys believe it was one, two, Americans race into Dubai? How about that? It's more shocked Billy horschel finished second. Unreal. And one thing just I know we've said this a lot, we've made lots and lots of jokes about this. But the whole lifetime membership thing, you get that if you win a major. That's not like a marketing thing. I made fun of that for a long time with the Patrick Reed. They've offered him lifetime membership on the European tour. Everybody who wins the major gets that. So that's why more cow had that. So Kyle Porter tweeted this early about earlier about Morikawa in his first 60 events as a pro. Two major wins, 6 overall wins, four second place finishes, 24 top tens, 5 missed cuts, $18.5 million earned in 60 events. First a two majors in 8 starts since Bobby Jones first American to win the race to Dubai and three O and one at the Ryder Cup. All while having negative strokes came buddy. Wow. That is patently absurd. And he's not like dominating off the tee. Either. His iron plays truly that good that he gets some hot weeks with putter. He's winning 10% of his starts as a pro. I think the thing that jumped out to me the most is you say 24 top tens and 60 starts? Yes. Without being able to put, that's really good. Oh gosh, yeah, it just seems like it's but it's kind of an indicator right of it's never going to be he's not going to go out and miss a bunch of cuts, right? The ball strike is going to seemingly keep you in every week. And it's just kind of a matter of whether you're going to finish 30th or top three, depending on the putter. And it's only it's only got four measured rounds so far in 2022, so just one start this fall, but it shows them at almost a full stroke gain putting so far in this fall. So if he's truly has maybe turned a corner with the putting here from July on or whatnot, that's worth noting, because that means world number one. If he could put average he's the best player in the world. What he does get the part going, man, it's really fun to watch. And I can't lie and claim that I watch this tournament live, but I did watch the European tours packaged up, highlights video and when he did it at the open championship. But when he starts making those 15, 20 footers, because he just hits it to 15, 20 feet on every single freaking hole. When he starts running those in, man, he's so fun to watch. He's like superstar superstar fun to watch. When he starts making 15 footage, he can cancel Chris. He's in the open field. He's bucking wildly. You know what my favorite part out Morikawa is flair for the dramatic or seeming flair for the dramatic. I really like that about him. He seems special. Dude, I'm so with you in that, I know this is going to be debunked by every strokes game thing and it's just luck in blah, blah, blah, variants, yada yada yada, but do he truly seems like he just steps up and hits amazing golf shots in amazing moments, right? I mean, going back to Harding park, going back to the open, even today, some of those three woodsy hit, dude, they're just on just ropes. It's so awesome to watch. Yeah, it's amazing that I don't know he's got the weirdest record in terms of marrying up stats with his win record. The data golf numbers don't have him as one of the top ten best players in the world. Like on strokes gained and stuff. It's interesting, though, because he doesn't know what Tom was in the field this week also. I think it took to your point when he needs to hit the shots to win he does it, right? Yet, there's many weeks that he's forgotten about and just kind of just there, right? Which is a 100% my favorite player to watch. You know what I mean? It's feels very Spieth Ian. And I was going to ask because I don't know the answer. So I'm not saying you up here, but was data golf or are they were they super high on Spieth when he was winning majors? I don't know the answer to that. But more coward right next to each other in their rankings at 17 and 18 right now. Yeah. Which I think I know which one I'm taking. If we're doing a heads up bet, going into the week, it's more calories. Yeah, I don't downplay Jordan's season though. It didn't finish great. He kind of, you know, kind of petered off there towards the end of the year. Teetered off what he said, I don't know if that word is petered out. Petered out, something like that. But at one point, he was second to rom in these rankings in terms of strokes gain. The dudes are getting out of all the dudes in the world that he's been the he was the second best at getting the ball in the hole this year. Besides the dude. Yeah, but exactly who can get any kind of ball in any kind of hole..
"tom morris" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"The day was september sixteenth. Eighteen sixty nine legendary golfer. Tom morris junior scored the first hole in one ever reported. He made the shot on the eighth hole of the prestwick golf links in scotland during the ten th british open although there are four major golf tournaments today. The british open was the first and the only one that existed in eighteen sixty nine. This means that morris juniors hole in one was not just the first reported but also the first in any major tournament to be clear. This probably wasn't the first ever hole in one but it was the first to be recorded on a scorecard which is still on display at prestwick today. in case you're gulfs a little rusty. A hole in one is when a golfer hits the ball directly from the teen ground into the hole on the green in. Just one stroke because the score for the whole is one. This is also called ace and as you might expect hitting an ace doesn't happen often. And your chances of doing so vary. According to skill level and to the distance of the whole most hole in ones occur on the shortest holes ranging from less than one hundred yards to over two hundred according to a study made for golf digest the odds of a professional player making an ace are three thousand to one but for an amateur player. It's for like twelve thousand to one but don't give up hope because luck still plays a big part in scoring a hole in one. So keep on swinging as for morris junior amazingly scoring the first hole in one wasn't even his greatest achievement born in eighteen fifty one during the early days of golf. He was the son of another legendary golfer. Tom morris senior old. Tom as he was called one. Four of the first eight british opens and helped perfect the clubs and balls. That would go on to become standard for the sport young. Tom learn to play at an early age and would go on to become the first true golfing prodigy in eighteen sixty four. When he was just thirteen he managed to beat his father in a match for the first time. This was quite an accomplishment because at the time old. Tom was the reigning champion of the british open. One year later young. Tom played in that tournament for the first time in three years after that in eighteen sixty eight. He won the british open succeeding. His father is champion at age. Seventeen but old. Tom didn't do so bad himself. He won second place that year marking the only time that a son and father have claimed the top two spots in the tournament as of twenty twenty one tom. Morris junior remains the youngest winner of the british open but even that is not as great as claim to fame in eighteen. Sixty nine young. Tom finished i again during the same game that he scored his landmark hole in one. A year later. Tom won the british open for the third consecutive time. This winning streak actually caused a problem for the tournament. Organizers the rules stated that if someone ever won the championship belt three years in a row they could keep the prize for good. They clearly had an accounted for a player of young. Tom skill so when he claimed the belt permanently with his third win the tournament found itself with nothing to present to next year's winner. Partly because of this. The british open skipped a year and didn't resume until eighteen. Seventy two after a new trophy had been commissioned of course when the tournament did resume young. Tom won the new prize to this would prove to be tom's arguably most impressive achievement. The most consecutive open winds of all time with four. Unfortunately he would not live to win a fifth three years later in eighteen. Seventy five tom morris. Junior was in the middle of an exhibition match when he received word that his wife and baby had both died. During childbirth morris himself died a few months later on christmas day at the age of twenty four. The official cause of death was listed as a pulmonary hemorrhage but the public sentimentally said he had died of a broken heart old. Tom morris outlived his son by more than thirty years. he pushed back on the heartbreak. Narrative saying quote. People say he died of a broken heart but if that was true. I wouldn't be here either. Tom morris junior was one of golf's first and greatest champions he was widely respected both on the green and off and his talent and passion for the game inspired countless.
"tom morris" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Okay, time now for a look at money and business, and for that we head over to cap trust and check in with Kelly Brothers. I know you're talking about this new study on Instagram this morning. You know, it's an interesting conversation. I've had both my daughters. I know my husband is a teacher has had it with some of his students. It can be an issue for students and for young people can and you know this is not unlike the research done. Let's say 2030 years ago on smoking, and, uh what Tobacco companies knew but what they were saying in public. Mark Zuckerberg has said in public that he believes research shows that there are positive mental health benefits associated with Social apps at the same time. The research that they've done internally shows that there are some huge negative effects for some teenagers, um, especially with regard to body image. Uh, propensity for anxiety, depression, suicide, all sorts of things so It's it's more about, you know, are the executive standing up and saying things that they're into their own research is showing is not true. So that great article in the Wall Street Journal today in this and you talked to anyone who works in a school setting, and they will tell you about the dangers of some of these social apps and kids, especially girls getting on them at a young age. Market overall today. Have a little bit higher Consumer prices came in at up 0.3% in the latest month. That's a little over 5% year over year that is cooler than expected. So that's one of the reasons the market is up today and another job posting Amazon is going to hire another 125,000 employees paying out an average $18 per hour. Let's check the real time numbers this morning Doubt 47 at 34,009 16. NASDAQ Up 23 the S and P is up one point Gold down one oils up slightly. 10 Year Bond Yield. 1.3 Kelly many thanks. Here's Kitty O'Neil, Christina and Sam will. Of course, today is the gubernatorial recall election and we have special coverage throughout the evening with our KPK political reporter Mike Laurie and special guests as well. Catalonia will start at four o'clock, and it could be A long night. Mhm. September 14th Now time for what year? What happened with Albert Parnell? Yes, the first year I'm starting with this year 18 68, And that's when Tom Morris was created with golf's first recorded hole in one wrist recorded. Yes. You know, somebody got one before, and they were so bombed..
"tom morris" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Podcast preview. One hearing. Imagine you're walking down the street in New York City. As you walk you start to notice these posters was a picture of a drawing of a phone and a number. It's an apology. You step into a phone booth and dial. This is apology. Apology is not associated with the police or any other organization, but rather as a way for you to tell people what you've done wrong and how you feel about it. Talk for as long as you want. Thank you. What would you apologize for Transit top? I want to apologize to all the homes off my train. Absolutely. I don't know if I got my girlfriend cry because I'm white, female and rich. This is the story of that phone line for hitting my brother. Not voting, really not terrorizing. Just one. I shouldn't be for a holiday. That's different. The ring back Tadic. People, people are all crazy. I don't believe it is and the man at the other end I just used the name Mr Apology because that's the simplest thing. From wondering the makers of the shrink next door. Inject comes the apology line. Basically what I'm running amounts to a anonymous public confessional. What happens when you listen to the world's confessions over and over and over the person who is running this service? I will find out who you are. I'm sorry, but I'm going to kill you. What? Your name. Mr Apology. Never told callers his real name. I have one question for your apology. Would you have dinner with me? But I knew his name. Because he was my husband. I'm tempted to say Yeah, sure. Let's have dinner. Your dungeon or mind? I'm Marissa Bridge for 15 years I watched the apology line grow, and I saw Mr Apology unravel. I knew that this obsession Was making their relationship difficult. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. Kamala Harris has changed her tune on advice to Latin America. Want to know why coming up at eight on the Michael Berry Show? Mhm? Yeah, no great dad along for the ride. Thanks for stopping by. Really glad to have this guy back friend of mine. He, of course, is the Sheriff Pennell County, Arizona. It is Sheriff Mark Linn. Sheriff. How you doing? Great. Thanks, Joe for having me back. And by the way, I listen to your interview with Terry Lake was running for governor out here. Great interview. Thanks. She's great. I can ask you about that, because I guess people are saying Katie Hobbs is the person or something. I don't know much about the race, but I know they do. Si do see, can't run again. So you're going to probably have 10 Republicans in 10 Democrats all vying for it, right? So right now the only Republican Democrat I've heard of his Katie Hobbs. But Republicans are Matt Salmon, who used to be a congressman Kimberly Yee, who's the current treasure. You've got Terry Lake and, uh Seems like there was somebody else. What? Karen Robson Well, and I think that you're making the point for me. The Democrats always seem to have their ducks in a row. Okay, deuces gone. Here's our person. Why have 10 people on the other side? I think Kerry leg brings an awful lot. Somebody who knows the media inside and out, and you saw that she and I talked about that extensively. Yesterday. You got to cut through the Bs and somebody who can do that is a true journalist. Somebody who really did observe and then deliver for a living who now cares so much about her state that she she gave up a lot of money in a really good job to get away from that cess pool that it is. I mean for me, and I don't live in Arizona could be wrong. She seems to be the person well, they whittled this down to where she can, actually or whoever the person is on the Republican side can actually go after the Democrat and go full throated or they're going to have in fighting the entire time. Do you know, I sure hope they don't have in fighting. So far. All the candidates have, you know, I think they seem like they're not going to be in fighting. But we do ourselves an injustice. And in Arizona. It's a weird place because we do our our primary late in August, and then we have our general in November, and it's not enough time to turn the ship. Back around and go after the Democrats. So we we beat each other up all year. We don't do ourselves any favors, so I hope that they don't Terry Lake. She's just so smooth, and she she sets a professional been in this industry for a long time. And so she delivers her message very well. And here in Arizona, we have a history of voting in women as governors as well. So that's that kind of boats in her favor. It does. Certainly it is American sheriff dot com American sheriff Com Go there, Sheriff Mark Lamb. Now you I feel privileged because you have been friends a long time. And you actually gave us a hint. I think two times ago that you were on That you would talk to us about this new way to see you in action. Many people around the country are aware of you because of live PD like PD in a ridiculously jerk reaction to the George Floyd case decided to pull the show or a and he decided to pull the show off. Didn't make any sense. I mean, alive PD and then the most wanted show it was taking over the network and was doing gangbusters in, um, in ratings when they took it off people like Where can I see Mark Lim? Where can is she working? He sees Sean Larkin and, uh and also Tom Morris, and we didn't know we can see you now. Can't wait to tell my my my viewers of my listeners what it is that you've done and how they can go about seeing it. Look, I was one of the people that was disappointed that some of those shows were taken off the air. I loved him. I thought they were great for law enforcement. I thought, Live PD it. Cops did so good for promoting law enforcement and showing the tough stuff that we deal with every day the calls for service and when they took that away for the last year, year and a half, it's just It's just been an open season on law enforcement. I felt like we needed to get our voice back. So I started the American Sheriff Network. These are real sheriffs. Real stories and we're trying to fill that void that was left behind by this cancel culture by Covid. And so I hope that people come on and support if you back the blue and you support law enforcement, come on out, Check it out. These are like I said, Real sheriff's real story. So we want you to be part of it. American sheriff com Go there right now. Markets ever really made any sense to me, and I want to put you in a weird position. I'm going to ask it anyway, because that's who I am. Um, when they made that decision, didn't they hurt both sides and what I mean is when we followed you guys around on live PD. It was really.
"tom morris" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Writer author of 43 Different Books, also long time golf writer as well An observer of the sport of the game. Joining us here on the show also Remember the CBS family? John Feinstein. John Good morning. How you doing? Good morning D A. I am a little groggy because I stayed up way past my usual bedtime to watch the Islanders last night, but pretty damn happy with the way the game came out. You're Islanders with a double overtime victory to make sure nobody woke up in your house. Where you going outside to your car and yelling inside the car in the driveway. I closed all the doors because my wife and daughter were both asleep and It's funny. You say that because quickly when I was trying to decide 100 years ago if I wanted to pursue writing for writing sports for a living or writing politics for a living When I was young at the Washington Post, I was driving home on a November night from somewhere and I picked up the Islanders on W. A. R radio. John Sterling was the play by play Guy. This is how long ago this Woz and I sat in my car with my ear to the radio listening to the last five minutes of the game, And as they got out of the car, I said to myself, what the hell were you just doing? And I said, anybody who's crazy enough to sit and listen in a car to a November hockey game because he wants to know the outcome s so badly. The sports writer, and it was at that moment, I decided to just become a sports writer. To be honest, so the Islanders have played a major role in my life. You know, John, you really should go into sports writing. I'm glad that you did, as the Islanders lead to one going into the second period intermission. John Feinstein joins us that's supposed to be. Is that supposed to be Starling was? Yeah. That was my sterling. Sorry. That's so good. Better when I bring up, Susan, I think what it would have landed easier, doesn't it Tonight? Yeah. What Clemens is in George's box. I've never of all the dramatic things John ever seen Anything like this? You know the funny story about that. I know we want to get to Mickelson. But On Dat was in 2007. I was working on a book on Mike Messina and Tom Glavine and the next Saturday, I was walking up the ramp a Che stadium the Mets were playing the Yankees. And Susan, who's a wonderful person. Had Chris Russo pinned against the wall. Because Russo and Francesa had replayed that moment about 1000 times that week, and I heard Russell. Thanks. Phil isn't what can I tell you? What can I tell you? It happened. It happened. And Susan was not happy. He's probably isn't happy with me right now wherever she might be. Oh, yeah. Phenomenal over the weekend. Phil does the impossible for us as a golf historian such as yourself put this into some type of context. Historically in the sport. Well, it's one of the you said the impossible. It's one of the great upset. In golf history. It's up there with Nicolas, winning the Masters at 46. Shooting 30 on the back nine on Sunday at Augusta, with Woods winning the Masters in 2019 after he had won a major for 11 years, and to put it in in a different kind of perspective. Think about this. Julius Boris held the record. The oldest man to win a major for fifth almost 53 years. He won the PGA 1968 when he was 48 before Boris did that The oldest man to win a major was old Tom Morris. Who won the British Open in 18 67 got so we're talking a new golf spin around for you know, 160 years with personal British Open was played in 18 60. So you're talking about a record that has now been broken twice in 160 years, and Phil broke it by a pretty wide margin, since he's almost 51 so remarkable achievement. People will say, Well, nobody made a run at him on Sunday. It was ah, hard golf course. I. Brooks kept it struggled on the par fives. That's part of part of championship golf, and Mickelson hit the shots he had to hit on back nine, when he had to and all credit to him. He's been written off by many people many times in his career dating back to Not winning a major until he was almost 34 here. He is almost 51. When you know most of us thought he was going to be a really good player on the over 50 tour. And he has won twice on the over 50 tour. By the way, Um and he comes along and wins the PGA remarkable achievement. Is it different than the Tiger Masters from a couple of years ago? Because there was this incessant waiting for Tiger to finally get back into the winning column. Eventually he'll get a major. It kind of felt like there was this slow boil of Tiger's going to turn the corner some point, even if he didn't that was the expectation. And yet it felt like almost everybody just had left. Nicholson's career for dead and that was it. Was this more unlikely in that in that way in that way, it Woz. I mean, Tiger was younger, obviously. Then Mickelson Woz When he won that masters, he was only on Lee 43. But the other thing was, he had shown signs he had won the Tour championship in the fall of 2018. Which some people at the time labeled the greatest comeback in the history of sports, which may have been the dumbest thing ever said on television. I won't name the person who said it because I happen to like him. Um, but You could see signs. That this might happen that he might win another major, and he was Tiger Woods. Mickelson's a great player. He's one of the 15 greatest players of all time. Tiger Woods is the greatest player of all time. All due respect to Jack Nicklaus, who I know one more majors than he did. But when Tiger was at his dominant best, he did things No one, including Nicolas ever did. And Nicholas would be the first one to tell you that. So it was different. Uh, you know it. People went crazy went when Tiger won, Um, because, as you said, there was this anticipation would he win another major? Um, And it was the other thing that happens. The next day, people started speculating on whether he could catch Nicholas with the 18 majors. That was Tiger's 15th. But you're right. I mean, Phil, Phil, Mr Cut the last three PGA Championships He's not even ranked, was not even ranked in the top 100. In the world going into the PGA. Andre was in the field because he's a past PGA champion, having one in 2005 on needed a special exemption before this To get into this year's U. S. Open. So it was like, Yeah, we love Phil. It's great to see him. Maybe I'll have a final ballot. Torrey Pines. Now he's in the next five U. S. Opens because he won a tequila. It is extraordinary. John Feinstein joins us this morning on the show, and I'm not just going to say this because you're on the show with me, but I thought your piece in the Washington Post about this victory the other day was one of the most illuminating because You dissected the fact that Phil it's such a popular person for fans and for media, you saw the gallery. It is. It was overwhelming, but only But on the year but on the tour that hasn't always been the case. He's grown into a fun uncle type of figure. But that wasn't always the case on the tour. What's been the discrepancy between his public persona and the one that his His golfing peers have known well in his early days on tour. Uh, still think name was Eddie Haskell. You know you remember the old leave it to Beaver character Who would say hello, Mr Cleaver?.
"tom morris" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We're That we were got points for that. Foreseeable future. All right, we've got baseball tonight. By the way, we were talking in the Idot bullpen a little earlier about Phil Mickelson winning at age 50. And by the way, I that driving, biking or walking responsibly really is a matter of life or death. Learn more through social media, life or death. Illinois dot com. You believe that winning at 50 today? Especially in golf is not As big a deal as it's made out to be because of training and nutrition and no Yeah, We're seeing Tom Brady doing in the high level when I thought that he was going to be done right when he was over. The Patriot just said that's should be yet, But he continues on because he feels good. Peyton Manning all the way to the end felt good. We mentioned Sue Bird earlier who's in our forties that's still being able to play at a high level. It's It's kind of cool because Where we're seeing with health and nutrition cap. It just shows you that no matter how old you are, If you still have a motor and several willing to do it, man going out there, do it. I've never looked at Phil Mickelson said. Well, that's an old timer getting it done. Nothing. A senior tour player. That's Phil Mickelson agree he and Tiger held up golf for a long time. The battle people like there was a magic Larry Bird element to those two battling, going back and forth and help the sport greatly. Yes, he's been in a drought trying to win a major, but he still Phil Mickelson. He's still alive, right and he looks good, Danny said. He changed the way he diets and exercises and his brother said, I'm just telling you He's not old Tom Morris, the guy in the 18 hundreds. He's just not that's 50 in the 18 hundreds I mean, just old and decrepit, wearing a wool suit trying to golf. That's how they golfed in suits. Yes, act then. Could you explain why the gentleman's game? I see that's the way they talked about it. In fact, did you ever watch the movie with Shyla? Buff? Um, the greatest game ever played? Haven't seen that awesome movie. And in the movie, it's about Francis. We met the amateur that wins the U. S open and, like 19, or whatever. And he beats Harry Vardon, who's like Mickelson, one of the few to win and three decades. They play in student certain time. Why, though, Because it was a gentleman's game back then it's a gentleman's game Now. Won't you watch? Watch it? It's not Germans game down, not always. Because it depends where you play with, right. The little different. Would you play in the suit today? No. I'd love to see that a good small swing in the jacket. No shot the old checkered jacket at the tweed jacket with the patches on the arm. No shot. Come on, man. How much would that hinder your swing now? And a jacket that fits you cause that your jet Your suits are custom fit. How would that work today? That'd be tough. Get it done Good, full swing. How about on the party? How about putting in a full suit and a full suit? Dress shoes? The whole deal? How about wolf? What do you mean That 95 degree day? I don't understand these people. Back then what I mean there's I guess Polyester was not around right? They could have something that felt good in the summer. So everything was wool. All everything you wore was wall. Well, underwear, too, right? Did she Vary it because otherwise, if everything was wool, what else would you wear as undergarment back then? Wool socks can imagine your feet itched. It was 90 degree weather. Yes, wearing like when wearing winter socks on the golf course. Think about that brutal like they're not out plain and shorts. Did you have to have the wool cap to you have to have a cap while you're watching. They all wore those little like Like like, you know, Driver had like the newspaper boy. Yeah. Newsboy hat. That's just see. This is why this old timer looked like what he did when he was 50. Yeah, but what was the average age of your life span? Back then 51. Yeah, Pretty close like that guy was near death when he was playing Come on, cap means that that's why I look at Mickelson's like he doesn't look 50 to me. No people always made fun of the way he looked and just like he did not. And you know what? You can always change and he felt like, how can I continue to be on the tour? How can I change my game? The only issue ever had with Mickelson is just that sometimes in big moments, he would have the yips like here. I told you before camp. It's hard for me to bash any golfer because I know how hard that is. It's difficult where you have to have the presence of mind to be able to get it done. Every time we take the course that's hard to do your walking the 18 holes. And then on top of that, I don't know how it reacts. By the way people talk about the you know all the crowd that was around and how they were rallying behind Phil, and they're pushing him. You're not gonna push me, man. I'm locked in trying to make sure I finish us out. So I don't screw it up again and you're pushing me You're not doing that, He said it was a little You know, he was a little nervous there. But he said it was amazingly cool to be part of that You could be behind me, but don't push me. Yeah. And then, of course, the South Carolina Not enough not enough security to protect Phil Mickelson, The guy that's on his way to win. The tournament actually wins it, but there's not enough security. Let me get out there. Be plenty. You imagine hoods up and it is for me. I said Stop! There'll be enough like I don't need you pushing me now you can root for me but you but you can't Not really pushing me around the course. So one of our great listeners Vicky McHenry on you, either. By the way, how would you like that? No, I don't think knowing you. I don't think you'd like that very much getting pushed around, You know, but I would love to have been in that pack. That was awesome, man. That That's like about Phil Mickelson. I'm getting a picture of that scene of me walking with all that behind me. Oh, it was awesome. If we feel good again, Vicki McHenry, Who's a P one of our show? Yes, she tweeted yesterday. Hey, at Giza Vermin. How's that for your major? Take that shot. No law firm there. I'll say no more. Let your coworkers deal with you in the morning and she put a screen shot out of some of the biggest names in the freaking sport all over the leaderboard yesterday that you read my response to you just want to paint a one sided picture before you pop off. If I finished just asking if you were going, I don't know. Go ahead song Very important to the show on the picture. She has Mickelson Capita. Padraig Harrington's huge Paul Casey. Huge Maura College, the defending champ, John Rahm, who you liked going into that term, Micro John. We played really well down the stretch. Danny says. Hey, Vicky. Doesn't this prove my point? Didn't I say that golfs on Lee interesting when the big name players are atop the leaderboard? I'm pretty sure that is exactly what I said. Hash tag listening is a skill. Oh, Job, Danny Any firing off on Vic..
"tom morris" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"I'm still in there. And dan and cornerback got an accept and by the way how was the weekend with danko encarta wrestling. Are you guys. Had an ice show honeymoon weekend we had a. We went for beers and lunch. On friday as i had promised dan back in the pandemic before. I thought we'd ever see people again that i would sign some empty beer cans forum that he will. He wanted to give away on his twitter right. and now we're able to see people again so he. He asked me if you wanted to say no. He asked me a few times and then this time he was like. I'm coming down to bradley beach. He had to pick up some other beers. I was like you know what. I'll meet them out. Of course i videoed everything. Stage five clinger stage five clinger. We'll have that On video later today had a good time so the the waitress who was probably like nineteen years old. She saw two idiots filming each other. She she came over she goes. Are you guys vloggers. She counted for by the way with dan. Oh my gosh doing you and your videoing him. I needed to put a piece together. Where i needed to shoot the video for his ota with it. Sounds you needed to shoot some of me. I needed to shoot some of them. Luckily there weren't that many around but he's so loud he'll just be when he just talking loud. Sounds like a tinder day to me. By the way know the person the first date is okay. Then after that it could be totally downhill. Keep them the next time. Wait wait for a year to go by then you can go out and have lunch with them. Here's the big question. Did you give up your cell phone number. Did you work every communication through. Dm through dm. Oh wow you held strong good for you pretty good good for you. You and dan in bradley beach lovely Phil mickelson the pga championship. Had some masterful shots. Along the way well there you go and lundquist on. Cbs mickelson from the sand part of his final round. And he wins by a couple of shots over brooks kepco. You had the wild scene there at kiawah island with all the people on the course with him here was fill your fifty. How'd you do. This just believed that it was possible but yet everything was saying. It wasn't and i. I hope that Others find that. Inspiration it might. We'll see if they can use it as inspiration. Here's rory rory mcilroy fifty. You think you could envision doing that i can. I can see it. And i can certainly see it with someone like fell who feeds off the energy of the crowd and gets going and i mean not from ninety played yesterday was flawless and let him to the win. And so julius. Boris was forty eight years in what four months nineteen days for the sixty. Pj championship and then old. Tom morris you remember him right. Oh yeah right in one thousand nine hundred eighty whatever eighteen seven. See the picture of him old tom. It's a cartoon. It was a real big picture. And i just. I don't think he was forty. Six thirty four. I think wasn't he. No no always six forty six years three months and eleven days the picture if he was forty six in that picture if that was from when he won the championship. I mean things have changed dramatically. Well we know that this is a median. Age fifty back. Then i mean my goodness you gotta see this picture. Think about think about what. What is the median. Age back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven in ireland holy moly. He looks like he's ninety was the point but was he was he. Forty six in those pictures. Don't know you know. There was a young tom. Morris yes who i think won his last at twenty one. I heard that right. you're right. He looks my lord young. Tom morris. There's an old tom morris. Sam said saint joe. What are we doing here but some weird times. Oh my god islanders penguins tonight game five in pittsburgh series even to into the avalanche. Wrap up their series. Saint louis when it four bruins wrap things up with washington win. It and five predators are even with the hurricanes after a double overtime when that's two and the jets up three games on the oilers. They won an overtime five four. Did they scored three goals three minutes or something in that game so they stunned admit in an empty arena As they continue there each the morning show with boomer esiason gregg giannotti boomer and geo michael malone is the head coach of the denver nuggets. He is interviewed over the weekend after the game by. Espn's cassidy hub earth. Now he likes to be called michael malone. That's his name. He doesn't like it to be shortened. It is michael malone is no messing around all right so i want you to listen to cassidy. Address him as mike and then his response to that and you let me know if he should have done this or maybe it. Just let it go nuggets mike malone and michael moore michael malone my my apologies coach. I get that right here in the playoffs coach. Why they're right. That's fine michael now. He's brendan malone's brother. Right is right yes all right you don't you don't think it was a little bit like swami. Michael michael malone michael michael malone and michael he got to know this that type of thing it's michael malone for christ sakes he's been in the top of the standings the entire season. Mike and michael calmed very common. Lot of michael's or cold mike. You know he wants to be called. Michael so call me michael michael malone but then thing that maybe afterward you to cassidy and say cassidy to see you know. He called me mike. I'm michael. So how old would you say. Michael malone is maybe early fifties late forties been around long enough. He looks like he better be early. Fifties if this is late forties. He's like old tom. Morris let's see old. Michael malone michael malone is forty nine years forty this go principle what coaching does to you. It just absolutely ruined your body. You're you're anxious all the time. You're screaming and yelling. That aren't listening. Think when they show with the president looks like when they get into office and then when they leave for years later aged twelve years the gray hair. it looks awful. We'll have to worry about that now. So anyway i to me. I think you go after word you go away. It's michael jesse though. I'm not going to get on you for michael michael malone because then it's everywhere. She's looks like she's embarrassed there at that point it's not like But she did a good job getting out of it she did know. She did tweeted about it. She felt bad about it. She tweeted about it afterwards. It's like come on the reporter just the you give her break. She tweeted about it. She did she goes all when you coul- you know. She felt bad like she did like meam. This this was me. When i called michael malone mike and she was like being funny about it. Put me out there being self deprecating. She made a mistake. Okay but it's like she felt like she had to address it because he me slammed her with that. My handle it came right in over the top off the top rope of the michael. Michael malone michael malone the great sometimes people are very well known as michael but others. Call the mike. It's weird you want mike. Vick did get a shot on mike vick. That's not all that documents head. That's the position one out of mike vick. You want mike vick on the ground..
"tom morris" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yesterday. My friend Jonathan Hood. I felt like I was the day sports officially returned. Watching that scene. As Phil Mickelson hit his approach shot to the green on 18, and it is a mass of humanity Following him up the fairway. There's no way security could hold everyone off reminded me of Tiger Woods in Chicago. In the Western Open several years ago, but that that was so freaking cool and then watch the Knicks game and MSG alive. I mean, it was what a weekend of sports How are you? I'm well, thank you because there's so much to talk about trying to get all in By 10 O'clock when we cross talk with Carmen, your co, but you know the distinguishing characteristic about that How you feel about sports Returning officially, you know the common denominator. Fans. Yep. Fans. It was incredible because these events by themselves think about Phil Mickelson walking 18 by himself. With no crowd correct. Think about Derrick Rose and the Knicks and Madison Square Garden as if we haven't seen that already. By the way, nobody at the garden, But yet you see a great battle between the Hawks and the Knicks last night, right? Yep. You think about the ST Louis Cardinals and Cubs game yesterday, where it was full capacity. But you could tell the people on the edge of their seats. Even with a 00 game, always through until the ninth, something at Yankee Stadium for the White Sox. The differences is the fans. We have talked to athletes over the years, captain have said. You know the fans? They're just so fickle. You know, I could just play in empty stadiums. You had the opportunity to do that. And now some players have been like, Yeah, just the atmosphere didn't seem the same mental health all this stuff like I don't feel like I have an audience watching me. They went through this in the pandemic and then But the reason why it felt good to you is because there are people there was interest, not social media. Put that to the side we're talking about. Fans. You could see fans that were there cheering fans that led the adulation at the top of their lungs, screaming for good things to happen for their favorite player or their favorite teams. That's why it felt good this weekend. It was something else to see 15,000 at Madison Square Garden. Amazing game and I'm cheering for the Knicks, and I want tips to make a little bit of a run. I don't think their rosters that good but He's done a great job coaching that team. Trey Young with them incredible shot to win the game. Yeah, they're unafraid the Atlanta Hawks. They're not afraid. Anybody not afraid. Now they score in Bunches and and they make the coaching change and McMillan's get that team on the right path. It's gonna be a good, serious great series, so There was a lot of really good basketball weekend. Hockey playoffs are just incredible theater and watching a double overtime game yesterday with my son. Then we've got Nicholson on a TV. And thank you. Can this guy actually pull this off? He was 200 to 1 if you'd better before Thursday, 201 You imagine that saying, Yeah, Throw $100 on you. Wow. I think the reason why, if you have that disposable income to throw money at Mickelson is because what brought Gulf to a crescendo it was Tiger versus Phil. We've forgotten about film. There's a reason why he has not been in this spot as far as we await major, says 2013. It's been awhile for for film. But he's still viable. As a matter of fact, on Thursday and Friday. We're watching the warm ups and we're watching the early part of that tournament and we're I'm pointing out to you, Eric, There's Phil. You see a lot of this film, but no. You gotta watch him because you don't know if it's gonna be great or disaster. Correct. See, Here's what happened to Phil Mickelson. And the reason why that this is a great story this morning. Is because Phil Mickelson was a guy that just was failing and big moment. What do you know that he should be short handed in winning tournaments, and there would be this time where he would just have the yips on 16 17, and there he's losing the lead ends up losing Some people. I think lost faith in Mickelson, but for him to be able to come through like we saw old school Mickelson do. I think that people look at that story and say, Wow, look at the guy that used to be great was able to capture another major. So I was following Tina Mickelson, his sister on Twitter. She's a golf pro and She puts out to golf videos. Very cool stuff. She tweets yesterday. Have to show you all the text from Mom as the final round is going on, Tina Text, Phillip and tell him Just a par in Don't hit bombs or activate cabs. Just par. They'll have to catch him. He won't listen to his mother. Do you text them? Hurry. And she said, I'll text him. Of course. That's his caddy and his brother. He's the only one Phil is listening to today. And then she said, while you guys were busy on the golf course last week at a family dinner, we're all sitting around, and Phil says I had a complete break through an epiphany today I will win soon. Him the caddy. I can attest to that He's playing his best golf in awhile. Today was not as shocking as it might have seemed. Cool Is that that he believed, like, Felt like I've been here. I'm ready to do this. And then he goes and wins a major again all the best feel that way, right? They always feel they can get it done. Right this way. I always have. I got to lean into some of the old veterans on there. We talk about Lee Westwood one. Will you ever win a major, right? My golf experience is complete. If that guy wins a major, because that's where the weird things about his career where he's had some great moments, But it was able never able to get it done. You know, the big story line that we continue to read about is like, Oh, Phil Mickelson does it. Cappie doesn't at age 50. It's 50 today in sports. Really? When you think about it, they make it seem like this guy's ancient right. And so who's that old Tom Morris? Right? Tom Moore? He didn't age 48. Jr put that picture, please, on cabbage, a hood on Twitter on instagram so everyone could see old Tom Morris. And by the way, I don't think he was born old Tom Morris as this his nickname Old Correct at age 48, he looks 80. He looks like he looks like J. R is about the fact that I got the long beard that's adopt Jr. He's got the long beard. He's kind of like at age 48. They didn't have the medicine. They didn't have the vitamins for you so you could look as good as training. Right? Well, Trading was going up a hill. Exactly, but he looks 80 old Tom Morris. So when you look at film To fill at age 50. That's not the story that the story is for him to come from where he was 2013 long time right for him to be able to win a major. Today. We've got Tom Brady in his forties. Can he have done yes. Sue Bird in the WN Ba Who's 40, in which the parents of some of her teammates says all I remember you When you first started, it makes her feel even older. Suzu birds 40. No, we drew Brees just retired. Peyton Manning played a long time. I don't I don't look at age anymore, Cap. I look at age only if the accomplishment is great..
"tom morris" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Now the Mexico Championship and only bring this up because it is Phyllis it and I just happened to be there working I Justin Thomas in the playoff And Phil Mickelson beating mind 17 the par three there and, um, filled to see it. Thomas was in tears losing, you know, like just because the emotion of it to get any eagle on 18 to make the playoff and he goes against Phil and Phil Wind. Winning and he actually gave me a hug when I want to congratulate him, and he's hugging everybody like because it was just, you know, it's a 46 year old guy, the time winning on the PGA Tour. It was like, Oh my God, an old guy won. I said to him, I said. Hey, thanks for 11 for us, old guys. Yeah, man. He gave me a hug, and I'm like, like, I don't know it was. You know my name? I'm sure. Um, but you know, it's just a feeling of the face, and Freddy Albertson gave him a big hug to my colleague, P. J to a radio and announcers. That was It was just an awesome moment. So I can't imagine what this. This will be like for him if he's able to win oldest winner by the way, we mentioned Nicholas at age 46 of the 86 masters. There's two more that are actually older than have won a major Sam Snead, Tom Morris senior. The eight 18 67 open championship. He was ah, month older than Jack was. And then Julius boroughs in the 1968 PGA Championship at age 48, But the Nicholas match play back then that was you know the people who didn't change till 70. I think 71 is when it changed from a match play, too. So in this in the current set up and, you know, obviously the Nicholas at age 46 in 86 is the one that people remember Hale Irwin in the 90 Open number is high five and he runs around the green. That was a cool moment. But I mean for Mickelson doing 50, and this event was hosted at the Park Club. I think it was 9 34 34 1934. The PGA Championship is there and back when that was a match play event? Yes. Back at the Park Club. Have you played the park club? You've played a Major championship. Actually, many people listening you've played Grover Cleveland, the 1912 U. S open. And then if you've played Park, the 1934 PGA, so obviously oh, kill. I'll kill the only play Don't kill hosted every Major championship There is from the Ryder Cup, the PGA, the US All those, and all the women and the senior and the regular, correct a whole host of them all. So you could have played three spots in this area where there's been a major plane for sure. But, yeah, if Mickelson wins, that that would be a cool story. Okay, Time out here from Niagara Frontier. Our final thoughts on the PGA Championship as that we roll on here on this special two hour edition of TV green with PG Approach F meters and Kevin Sylvester, I'm Brian.
"tom morris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Today. You came out way back on the 15th Club on Saturday afternoon. And that's Jerry Marston and Gerry and the pacemakers. And yeah, they were good how they were good. They were big and they were big in England and Scotland and over in the U. S. That was a number one song. I had about six of him like that. Just one right after the other 58 clubs brought to you by ABC Bank Capital Chevrolet Supreme Lending. Mahdi's text, Max off a good on a cold Day, the naughty deck and Bart, the Renaissance Arboretum. Nine Banded whiskey Soaker belts met Jenelle. Our guest today is gonna get all right. Matt gets about. Yeah, he del Goff, Donald Ross Sportswear and the Media Conservancy. Um, I'm Scotty Singers. It Clements is here and match in l. A. Who is but one of the best storytellers. I've never been around in the golf business, Matt. We have met on Dad. We've met so many great people just threw our connection and golf. Just talking about Jerry Marsh. Sheriff, Young man who are some of the memorable people you've met over the years. Oh, man, you know, it's one of the most fortunate things about doing what we do in covering this game because you golf is such a common denominator and transcendent amongst all the other aspects of life. So I mean, the list, you know for me. I grew up What you know wearing Ashworth. You know, I you know, it was like a religion to me, right that that changed my life as a kid. I've got to know and become dear friends with with John Nash was, you know now and you know, no one walks the walk like he does. It is Scotty. It is It is people like my Kaiser. For me. It is. It is the Ben Crenshaw and Bill Course of this world who I will look back. What? You know the stories. I will tell my grandkids are going to relate to Being, you know, embedded with these people and watching them shape, you know, not just the Earth that you know that we end up walking and playing, but sort of the game in general, like, you know, Think about what what Mike Kaiser has done in in shaping the way we way C and consume this game. I mean, not unlike You know you go all the way back to the you know old Tom Morris is in the Donald Ross's and it's It's those guys for me. I mean, you know, Yeah, a lot of celebrities, a lot of athletes and I've been able to play in a lot of really amazing events. Shoulder to shoulder with Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and and you know, the list goes on and on, but it's more. It's more about these. These people who are influential. That shaped me and ultimately then shape my story telling the stories I'm interested in that really have a resounding is sort of an impact on and that's why that's why trips like when I'm going across the country to pop in it. Like we did it lions many that day and we had that. You know that sort of pop up skins game and you, you know, you rally the community brought upon people, you know that you just just meeting that group of people and seeing their passion. For or that they're you know that that course and that green space that community means isn't much to them as What happens in Oceanside here and when a park there, you know, you know, Kinney Park Week. Wake all these different places it matters and that that that's why those people matter to me because they shaped me and what ultimately shapes my content. I love I love I've been lucky enough to go to the master several several times. Matt and I'm always amazed the people you meet in two cases. I'm there under the big tree talking to this guy who with the green jacket and had a bucket hat on what I'm saying by the golf course looks good, And he's talking about this and that And I said, that's nice. Nice meeting. You noticed that my name's Tom, I said, Why mad? I walked over and Venice Guy said Then who was that guy goes? That was Tom Fazio. You were talking Tonto and then a couple years ago at Luigi's, the Italian spot in Augusta table Next up, there's a big group of people. At a table and they all had let same. Same looking shirts on and for sporting goods dealer said he worked with this sport is certain sporting goods place and this guy goes, Yeah. And it was Johnny Moore's from Bass Pro shops. And I said, What do you do there, Sir? He goes well, I kind of own it. So you meet people. That's a most unique places and wonderful people. Very unassuming people. And Johnny Morris has to be the most unassuming guy a zillionaire I've ever met in my life. Well, it's so true, and I, you know, I got to walk the Ozarks with Johnny and Bill and Ben and I watched way had cameras rolling with Johnny Essentially handed the keys over to Bill and Ben. It was Ben's first trip to the property. It was really early on when they were when they're in the Ozarks playing stage and bill kept sort of presenting options to bend saying, Hey, we can go here. We could go there, and that's As they were walking, Johnny, You know, Johnny really developed all of that Big Cedar Lodge because of his love for the land. The Ozarks where he grew up, you know, hunting and fishing as a kid. He realized that God he's not much of a golfer. To be honest with this son. Billy is a good golfer, but Johnny realized golf is a way that people can consume the land. Get off devices and have these moments as kids and families and friends and realized golf is that vehicle so he gravitated towards Ben and Bill because of how much the land means to them, right, So it was such a great match and I watched Johnny tear up, as he essentially said. Look, I will go as you guys go. Whatever you need. I will give you so that you could be as great as you can be in building Ah, golf course here in the Ozarks, and he meant it. You know, as you know, Scott ez. He does those words Those words mean something to him, and that land means something to him and what he's done. There is Is pretty is pretty remarkable. It is that Johnny Morris is, you know, I'm good friends with the Prince of Morocco. Who's an avid golf intimate, intimate time. I'm a kid from Santa Rosa, California went to Cardinal Newman High School really modern, You know, my.
"tom morris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Made the cut. He made the cut that Yeah, he made the cut. And it's driving averages. Maybe what you and I and write, too would have that on 2 to 4 to 40. Yeah, but it's amazing that a guy who hits it to 40 Goes against Doc Redman and Kramer, Hickok and Matt Jones. And all these guys, you'll probably averaged 300 yards. You know, Dae so windy probably only made 2 40 down with you. But that's good for for Fred Baku. Nice man. Wonderful guy. Really good guy. Yeah, they were weird driftwood hats. I think they're gonna be out on them. He bought a line out there is what I was from. Yeah, Think think think Kramer's dead. It is, well, Fred shot of 75. Today. He's a plus three currently in 61st placed but say that is great for a 64 year old guy, and I get Scotty and Ray. He joins. Ah, Jack Nicklaus and Sam Snead and Tom Watson at that age, making a cut in a PGA Tour event, which is an old Tom Morris of all time are sure, PGA. Yeah, well, speaking of aged players doing well, Tom cut Shot his age yesterday shot better than his age yesterday with the 67, then a 70 today, so he really did it twice. He's in the middle of the field at Boca Raton. Where the senior tour are the champions and who is leading that event of their park. Darren Clarke, the man whose weight has been fluctuating, but he is really playing some great golf. Yeah, Darren Clarke and Robert Carlson are tied for the late JEM. Pure IQ is one back. And, of course, Bernard.
"tom morris" Discussed on KGO 810
"With Dutch Now here are James and Maura's Gary. Oh, thank you, Magic, Mike. And thank you for tuning in to this hour of on the house with us the carry brothers. Tom Morris. He's James. We're 1 807 372474 Captain Dan bring her our trusty engineer choosing the music, pulley and the tunes. Samantha read our digital damsel managing the website in our social media, too. And Carol, Remodeling Babe Carey producing the program and answering your calls Tollfree at 1 800. Repair it. That is 807 372474. You may call or text will do our best to help you get through the leaks. The squeaks. That new ra model We had a kitchen bath the space you're adding For the distance Learning youngster who formerly was in a dorm or in a home near the college was now move back home, 00 boy. Need more space. Maybe an aging parent. Maybe it's an accessory dwelling unit and in law, whatever a leak, a squeak a project an improvement. We're here for you and is always the information is on the house. Yes, indeed. And you know, it's nearing the middle of October, which means that soon Captain Dan will begin the Halloween music. Oh, yeah. Which love gets too soon? You don't think it's too soon yet? You could do the Adams family. I'd love to hear the Adams. Definitely not names. I'm certainly not quite up to it. I'm going cold in some music from an icon that we lost this week. So I will be doing so wonderful. Okay, Very good. All right. Listen, if you're Ah, remodeling the bath, and even if you are not, chances are good that a shower enclosure will be involved more affectionately referred to as a shower door. Not all shower doors were created equal. Boy. There are so many options. So aren't there? Yes, there are. Yeah, And I mean there's sliding and swinging. Some swing both ways. Some swing one way. They're sliding, where only one panel moves. They're sliding, where both panels moving frame there. Frameless double active. There's curve. There's no angle. Ah, loving that. Today's shower doors aren't your daddy shower doors? You're going to learn a little bit about fact, that size matters or at least in this case thickness. With regard to glass and some things you need to think about when shopping for a shower door also. Hey, Capa. Maybe we could get Captain Dan to play that little clip from A classic Moonstruck with Nicolas Cage and share and Vincent Gardenia, where he's a plumbing contractor in New York. And he has this unsuspecting wasp couple that has a plumbing problem, and he talks about the best Plumbing pipe, which in his opinion is copper. That's right. And why is that important? Because Jack Healy is the president of Soluna copper, and he's going to talk a little bit about the rage for hammered copper sinks and bathtubs and lighting and Mohr And how it could be actually therapeutic. Especially considering the pandemic. Yeah, because copper will actually kill the virus. Anti microbial Kappa cop. So stay tuned for that Very informative, Jackson. Eat guy. You're going to like him. And then the question of the hour is why do birds fly into windows? Well, I think the short answer is because they're there. You does sound. Yeah. Thump butt anyway, So I guess for the same reason that people walk through them exactly Plus As if that weren't enough answers to your questions and tips from you two at 807 372474. Let's start things out this hour with Jane. Hey, Yo, Jane. How? Yeah. How you doing? Hello, Program. What's on your mind? I have a question. If you could help me trouble shoot a situation in my home. I have recently experienced some ghosting on my kitchen ceiling and in my garage, and it just happened overnight for no apparent reason other than we had a wild fire. In the area, and the air quality was just horrendous. We're about a month and in my kitchen on every feeling, Joyce on the exterior wall, it picked up this ghosting. In addition to bad in that same area On every joy store. The ghosting is appearing. The male have popping through feeling away across the extent of my exterior wall, And then I had this stick that Do it all over my garage, and none of my neighbors have experienced this problem. I don't know where to begin with it as to determining the exact cause of it. It would just affect my home and none of my neighbor's home. Okay. First of all, clarifying that this condition is on the ceilings on Lee and not on walls. Yes or no, It's on a couple of long, nothing but just slightly. Would it be safe to say that on those walls that it does appear on They are probably exterior walls. Yes. No, they are not know. Okay, Imperial. Okay, boy, I think that Ah, you're getting a little moisture in your attic. And the moisture is causing the soot to stick to the areas where your Joyce are, because the temperature of the Joyce Is going to be different than the temperature between the Joyce The temperature of the ceiling. And so the city is actually all oer your ceiling. But more prevalent in areas where there is additional moisture toe. Hold the suit to the ceiling. Why this is happening to you and not your neighbor's. Certainly has something to do with your lifestyle, and that could be that You don't do something that your other neighbors you're doing and we have to take a break. And when we come back, we'll tell you what that might be. All right. Jane is on the line. We've got to ghosting on the ceilings. We have an idea what that might be and what causes it And what She couldn't do about it. But we've got to take care of a little business. When we come back. We will answer her question. And.
"tom morris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Just was old Tom Morris did a certain way doesn't mean I'll do it away, Right. You know, you can have your Ben Hogan's Go ahead and check with far hard about jogging to the tee box. Here, grab a towel. Let's go. You know, maybe you carry the bag and all walking way You could dig and build strength in the legs and you have a bag like Jon Cole. Come on. Let's go double time, jogging and pointing towards the hole like the bull pen. What we got seven starts us off of the power our group but hanging out with Kai Ping the inn in Oracle by themselves right with David. John. Right, Shannon today Fleming, who was sensational, Flem? Yeah, Larry Bear better give up a raise. Because flood was really good on the gulf is really good. And so, Larry, get out your checkbook, buddy. You got to keep him alright. Yeah, They're 7 30 Micro go 8 30 Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Talk Butters! What's going toe? Asked Jennifer, What's going on? You know, I mean, I feel like I've lost touch with the Niners. Well, yeah, I mean, well, you know what kind of way? Yeah, Well, that's why we're having her exactly. At nine o'clock, Gentlemen. Jim Nance, be the elusive gentleman, Jim. For weeks and weeks and weeks, he wouldn't come on. Finally. I hit him on Saturday night, and I knew he was back. And by the way, shout out to a Pete sit Nick of epic Roast house. Hit me hit me with the text said. I just dropped off a rib eye rib eye smothered in AA was let me give you the exact thing, he said. He just drove the gentleman Jim's hotel like Rosemary Garlic. Butters dropped off a rib eye for Nance. Dude, that's awesome. Could have sometimes like a nice steak. Medium rare, You know, he's a friend. He's been totally took no questions. Class general here? Yeah. He said Sit. Nick dropped off a I know we've got to go. Hey. Says you've got to get Polly back on. Dropped off a epic rib eye steak with sauteed mushrooms and onions in a tomato salad on the side. Nice eaten like a gentleman. So do it differently. Text themselves that Jim, you've been running. You've been running. You can't you're here. You've got to come on. He said we should do it, friend. Well, I was coming on night. More great Gonzo, and then following it up the guy you were just talking about 9 30 Dave Fleming joins us. He was that's great, Great book and raff. Let's do it. Next on can be are one of 45 and 6 80 The sports later the's He's Murph in mag extremists on knbr dot com Through your smartphone or desktop we are these sports leader. What.
"tom morris" Discussed on KGO 810
"Here are James and Maura's, Gary. Oh, thank you, Magic, Mike. And thank you for tuning in to this hour of on the house with us the carry brothers. Tom Morris. He's James were at 1 807 372474 Captain Dan bring her our trusty engineer choosing the music playing the tunes. Samantha read our digital damsel managing the website and our social media, too. And None other than Carol. Remodeling, big Carry, producing the program and answering your calls Tollfree at 1 800 Repair it that is 800 Of the Alfa Numerically challenged 8007372474 plus one additional digit Sorry we're making you push that one additional digits, but That's how you get 1 800 Repair it. You know, it's 1 800 repair eyes. We making adity which goes nowhere. That's okay. Hey, if you have a leak or a squeak if you're in the middle of a project wish you weren't embarking on a home improvement or repaired task and look and bounce it off. A couple of Well, a springboard. Bella's eye expert shade tree mechanic lines are open. The techs are available and email and all of that, and the information as always will be on the house. Yes. What we do in this hour? Well, I think we're going to talk about summer plumbing woes, and it covers more than just the pipes, plumbing those air. No fun. No in even in the best of times, you know when they're really not fun is when you're entertaining, like on a holiday. Well, what you don't want Is a prominent plot with the two plumbing problem in the wintertime. So if you're smart, you'll take care of any of those kinds of things during the summer. And people don't realise that in the summertime, there's more stress on the plumbing system. We'll talk about that. And then the other subject for this hour to send my Plumbing system into therapy. It's stressed out. Don't throw those silica gel packs away. Oh, now I just got something yesterday or the day before. I can't remember what it wass. But I did receive something. And there were several of those little silica gel silica gel pack. It's yes, and I think I did Tossem. Yes, but I should not have. I've always felt bad about throwing them away. Not because I'm feel like I'm doing any danger to the environment. It's just I feel like there's someone now all the cops and you're going to go to prison. I didn't throw him in the storm drain. You want a clog a storm door, and that's the way to do it, Boy So A lot of people don't even know what silica Aero gel or Sirica, a silica gel packets are and what therefore it's a desiccant, and what it does is it absorbs moisture. And keeps whatever is contained dry. For example, When you buy most medicines, there's a silica gel pack inside the medicine container to absorb moisture so that the pills don't disintegrate. I know what I could do with all of those. I could start saving those and I know what I condone with them. I can put him on the boat. And in the cabin, and they'd be great to absorb any moisture. Oh, yeah. You know? Yeah. You could put him on will begin reversing the owners everywhere. Stick him to the walls with Velcro. Well, I I love it. And I was gonna go to the phones in a minute and say hi to J. But first I was perusing the July August issue of the Family Handyman magazine and on the cover they have this beautiful camper trailer. Oh, yeah, It looks like a near ST doesn't look like an Airstream. But is it it's an Albion. But maybe it is an Airstream. Let's see. Is it an Airstream? I'm not sure. Ah have to look to say it looks like it does. It's a red. I've never seen a red Airstream. But it's beautiful. Like an Airstream. It's red. It's Art Deco. And the title is Camper revival now, and that's true. You recently acquired a recreational vehicle. I recently acquired a recreational vehicle and everyone that we bump into Is acquiring some kind of trailer boat yada yada. There's a frenzy. They can't keep them in stock, and that's because people are opting to do their own. Social distancing vacation rather than Getting with other people instead of going to Disneyland, instead of going to Golden Gate Park instead of going to the San Francisco Zoo. Instead of music on the green folks are traveler taking the show on the road. They're taking the show on the road. You're out in a boat. You're fishing here with just your family. You can't catch the corona virus 500 feet from other votes, right? So you know the same thing with camper trailers, you know, Polaris, four wheel rock climbing vehicles and mountain climbing things. You're by yourself away from others and faith. You're enjoying yourself, but you're safe from Virus. Interesting. All right, well, anyway, so we'll check into a couple of goodies in the family handyman magazines, some neat stuff that may be of interest to you. By the way, that camper was a rehab project. Oh, well, it was. Yeah, it was an old trashy camper, and they fixed that. Yeah, Very cool. 807 37247 for the numbers of the phones. We go and done. Yo done. How you how you doing? My problem is my wife and I live in the woods and we get this green growth on our shingles. What can I do to get rid of it? You know, that's that happens when you live in the woods, green growth on Yeah, Yeah, yeah. You have amazing product that you used on your house Young. It's called wet. Hand. Forget that. Actually, it's called wet. Forget outdoors because they have an indoor product. And if you've got mold moss mildew like and that sort of thing. What you do is mix it up in accordance with the manufacturers directions and put it in a pub garden sprayer and spray it onto your roof. Don be careful that slippery so you need if you don't feel comfortable upon ladder Or on the roof. Then it would be best. If you had someone do it for you. Remember safety tie off wet and forget no scrubbing. Just spray it on and walk away. Give it a week or two, and you will see that the.
"tom morris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"So anyways so that's yeah that's a great story now you've got this thing I'd tell me a little bit about this Sunday blog that you've got the Sunday coffee with their accounted that get started well one day I was sitting out of the back porch I have my laptop with me and I just started writing I just kind of felt like the need to write something up and I started writing about you know what I was seeing in the birds and everything else around me and then I started I started in on kind of a lesson for my kids yeah and so I wrote it yeah well you know I decided I would write this on a weekly basis to have something to share of markets for teenagers so that they have something to fall back on the line and I'll send it to one of my buddies and I said Hey I wrote this for the kids for the ticket he said you've got to publish this and so I started publishing it at it we got up to run in a couple years later quarter of a million readers and it's just basically sometimes it's about art but usually it's just about a block from large parts on on the way you should treat people and ethics and and just things that people don't automatically always know and so it's it's been kind of fun doing it well you're a gifted writer I can tell you that you've got I I get a lot of these things but I sit back in your very thoughtful it's very deep it resonates and I am certainly one of those that read that on a weekly basis and we're gonna come back and talk about your blog in a few minutes we have to go to commercial break break we're with our guest mentor Eric Roach and experienced and successful entrepreneur radio publishing and art remember you can take the mentors radio show with you anywhere by subscribing to our podcast at the mentors radio dot com this is Tom Morris and this is the mentors radio show are you concerned with the state of healthcare in.
Top 5 Moviegoing Experiences
"From Chicago. This is film Spotting Josh. Larsen and I met HIM DR. Get stuck on a movie line with a guy like this behind you a free country. You have to give it so loud to shame to pontificate like that. And and the funny part of it is. You don't know anything about McLuhan. We miss the movies so much. We even miss the Marshall McLuhan pontificators this week on the show. We mourn the current closure of movie theaters with our top five movie going experiences listeners. China into that more. That's funny because I happen to have Mr McLuhan right here ahead on film spot. Welcome to film spotting with Josh. I'm Adam and as we record this. Josh movie theaters are closed. They've been closed for a month or more and they'll continue to be closed for the foreseeable future which means this week's top five movie going. Experiences is either perfectly timed or it's the last thing people want to hear right now. Yeah could be either an act of morning or celebration curious Adam. Is this the longest you've gone sense? You started going to the movies when you were young Without being out of theater because I think it might be for me. Actually it has to be right. When would you ever be away from movies? Maybe when my first child was born but even then we'll get into this a little bit with our lists. I remember going to a Lotta movies when Holden was very young. That's what that was my thought too is. It must have been when we had a new baby but no because in both cases I was working as a fulltime film critic so I would have gotten back to work within a month for sure and Bannon a theater so yeah. This has been a long stretch. If you were anticipating are ghostbusters versus Gremlins throwdown. We have decided just to move that to next week. So if you didn't get those viewings in you have a little bit more time. That part of our eight from eighty four series. This was a top five that our producer Sam suggested in fact he's been suggesting it for many months. Maybe a couple years ago Josh annually. Yeah for some reason. We have always resisted it. We talk about our apprehensions a little bit. And now it's gone from the top five. We both vowed maybe never to do to a segment that I vowed to Sam would never be more than about twelve to fifteen minutes to an entire show. While let's just for the record that happens almost every time we do a top five where they'll say this is only going to be twelve minutes and it could be an entire show so that's nothing new But yeah resistance to this list. is is proven. There's historical basis for that but times have changed. It's a different time. Adam and get does call for this list before we get to that though we want to once again mention the Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then also the art house America campaign. The arthouse America campaign is co sponsored by the criterion collection. And it's already raised over five hundred thousand dollars for independent cinemas across the country so again keeping this on the mind not being able to go to theaters like these independent cinemas and really worrying about their future. More information on both of these funds again. The Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then the Art House America campaign will be in the notes for this show at film spotting dot net on twitter invited listeners to write or call in with the names of family and friends who are working on the front lines during this pandemic and we heard from a friend of the show. Kenny Meyer also longtime listener Tom Morris and they called in with some shoutouts. We WanNa make sure that Jamie and Jennifer gets them. Well deserved attention responding? Kannemeyer back and Pump does our California and Just wanted to call and response to the tweet about the front line workers. Doing Cook Nineteen You guys know my sister Jamie She works in respiratory therapist. Linda Hospital Big Hospital here in southern California and Is on the front lines as they say. But if you follow around letterbox. She's still finding lots time to keep up on movies. She's already seen blow the man down so she's one ahead of me right now so just shut my big sister Jamie Thanks for doing what you do. Keep up the hard work and thanks to everybody. Who's out there working on our behalf. I don't funny Adam. Josh Sam Levy Guys. Thanks for the show in a long time to get any feedback So all the ones happy holidays. Happy Fifteenth Anniversary. Thanks for the Bette Davis Marathon and I right talk to you soon. Hey signing this. Is Tom Morris of the good the bad and the nerdy movie podcast? I just wanted to call and give a shout out to a very special person. Says dear to me who is a front line worker. That would be my wife. Jennifer sheet is a unit secretary at a hospital in my area. Hers is actually a little more complicated jobs and she. You know if you hit if a patient hits the help button. She's the first person they speak to. She's the one that organized the handles all the assignments. She gets the nurses to to alert them. When something's going wrong. She is basically the person probably speaks the most of the patient with them ever realize it and I feel like that her and others in her position should get many shout outs is. They're the UNSUNG heroes. Just like you know editors are and so forth and film anyway Let's get all those healthcare workers fighting save everyone's suffering for a couple of nineteen. Thanks thank you Kenny. And Tom for your thoughtful voicemails and of course thank you. Jamie Jennifer for everything you're doing and our thanks as well to everyone out there working on the front lines. If you have a friend or family member you want to give a shout out to. You could drop us a line. Three one two two six four zero seven four four or send us an MP three file or an email feedback at film spotting dot net. We're going to get into our top five now. Josh movie going experiences with some poll results that you could argue completely contradict the spirit of the top five. We asked listeners to vote on their favorite type of movie going experiences. We came up with these four opening night full house for a comedy opening night full. House for an action movie or opening night full House for a horror movie. You could also go. I'm not into crowds weekday alone at my favorite art house. Finally if none of those fit the bill for you you could vote other and right in your choice. How did it come out Josh? This is incredibly revealing? I think Adam other is in last place with six percent and then packed pretty tightly together. Are the three communal options. So ten percent of the vote went to opening night horror movie eleven percent opening night comedy and eighteen percent opening night action movies so you see some differentiation. There among those options but easily winning this poll. We're Buncha loners in film. Spotty Nation Weekday alone at my favorite art house took it with fifty five percent of the vote. That's also how you and I voted. Yeah it is though in fairness we could say that instead of being a bunch of loners film spotting nation is actually just a bunch of snobs. And it's not so much the day of the week or going by yourself or with a group it's the type of movie and they just loved the art house fare donors. Snobs you say potato. Yeah exactly we heard from John Dempsey. Who said I voted alone slash art house though? It's really a tie of extremes for me the other being full house slash blockbuster the alone arthouse preferably daytime experience really put you in a trance. There's nothing quite like seeing for example. The APU trilogy at Film Forum than leaving the dark theater for the bright bustling streets of New York and wandering literally and in your mind with one foot still in the world of the film on the other hand. The communal anticipation in line. The urgency of getting a good seat and the roars of laughter and gasps during an opening weekend showing of say a fast and furious film. It's the type of shared energy. Most people search for music festivals or sports stadiums. I need both in this stem dearly. And I think that's the case I think even us and the people who voted the fifty five percent who said Weekday alone of the art house. We want both and we do crave both and we're going to reflect back on some of the best communal experiences that we've had going to the movies. Yeah that makes sense to me. My my vote in favour of being alone was not in opposition to those other options. Because I do love all of those other options as well. So that's fair. John Characterizes it. Well
"tom morris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You have you don't want to I'm Tom Morris that of BNP part about we appreciate your patience with the technical difficulties just a couple of moments ago let's get back on track shall we get to do some headlines worldwide we can do that with Michael by thank you very much John Lisa Tom president trump says he will unveil guidelines relax stay at home rules today's signing signs at the corona virus outbreak is plateauing in parts of the country president trump was pressed on reports that business leaders have told him that testing needs to ramp up before Americans go back to work echoing his health officials trump says he also wants widespread testing but says it's up to the nation's governors we're not going to be running a parking lot in Arkansas we're not going to be running a pocket a lot where you have a Walmart which has been great by the way Walmart has done a fantastic job but we have a testing center and running that from Washington DC the states are much better equipped to do it New York governor Andrew Cuomo says state residents will be required to wear face coverings when they are out and coming into close contact with other people New York City mayor bill de Blasio says it's unfortunate we have a long way to go before we can begin thinking about large crowds everyone should recognize that those big events should be one of the last things that we bring back on line so I got to see in my city real steady progress even to start to think about relaxing some of those social distancing standards even a little bit the head of the World Health Organization says he regrets president trump's decision to pull funding for the agency but that now is the time for the world to unite in its fight against the corona virus trump's move prompted condemnation from world leaders as global coronavirus infections passed the two million mark global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalist and analyst more than a hundred twenty countries Michael Barr this is Bloomberg John Marshall by Seth thank you thank you very much for the news and headlines from New York City with Michael bother he's a price action this Thursday morning that we are one hour and seventeen minutes away.
"tom morris" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"But these are replicas. You know so these clubs from fifteen hundred eighty or wherever you know old Tom Morris all the time there you go old it seems like they have old in their birth certificate. Actually say old star always land. Tom I suppose I get it. I get it when you did the commercials that they're they're wearing just pieces of leather on their feet that he's pretty old that this is a long time ago and soy it was unbelievable experience variance. You know we we. We say we ate lunch in there. And we got to go to the captain's office and all this stuff and it's cool would mean much to most but one of the guys that went with the Gulf not history nut and from town here and he couldn't stop crying Steve when we got there we stayed date on the famous eighteenth hole right of the old course in a hotel owned by the way the world ancient it was just the best experience of my life blob and and his two. You know when he couldn't so tom reads the ride act. Okay says listen. We're going to clubs but you can't take any any pictures okay. It's not well. You know the Cell Phone Roy. This where golf was invented. Steve Okay. They're a little twitchy. Okay about tradition. And and so not only did my friend. Steve Come back with seven hundred and twenty-five pictures that he took. Okay he had it he rigged up the thing in his jacket. Yet to wear blazers when you went in the club does he. So you hear this sort of machine gun go off. And he was turning in circles in the club. Does you know you it. It was hilarious. And we'd get back to the room and he took all these guys get kicked out man. We've traveled fifteen miles. Here knock it off. And then the next day we we went and played near field village and Carnoustie and all these of course we we get back into the room and he's got his little carry back and he throws it on the bed and I hear all this jingling crank like what does that he goes. Boy You you see here. And he opened up the bank and he stole a bunch of Silverware. Steve What snuff. Yeah right and I'm going. You GotTa stop that you know. We're we're guests here next day. Next Day st we get back. He's he's told a bunch of like a couple of hairbrushes and dirty combs from the locker crew in the clubhouse. Look what I got you. You know this is a original brush from from the clubhouse else guy was getting your money's worth I guess right you guys got his yup absolutely got his door worth so. Hey those were those. Were Great Golf trips. That that's the best one ever be on Mars. We we played. We played all the great courses around there. You know the old course. There's a new course to Steve. It's only three hundred years old that. Oh that's where new Tom Morris played. That's probably the poorest place in the seventeen hundreds or whatever but very cool okay. Let's launch. Today we'll begin with RB computing web pool for today in that is relating to Brady could shock a lot of people. Have some reaction to this so I fired. Part is the pool and Try to skate off with the park last night. The the Senate just lost in overtime pretty miserable play in the three on three defensively and CA- chuck made a bad past. Start the whole thing. It's a right after the game. Winning goal was scored good check basically grabs the puck and star skating off with it and as it turns out we we were privy to this. Because we're listening the listening to the game. The commentators talked about it Cayden Primo Got His first. Nhl Win there and could chuck said he has taken off for the park because he is going to give it to a kid carey price literally had to sprint across the ice while the haves celebrating to say that could show. Hey Hey yea give me that puck and he said okay. Fine gave it to him and so lots of people particularly in Montreal calling Radi Ca. Chuck a jerk a weasel for doing something like that and so we asked for the good listeners. Reaction Blowing you away now. Well particularly could checks response makes total sense. You know I believe right. Yeah we actually also so talked about. How cayden Primo is you eighteen teammate? And we WANNA gold medal together. Yeah Yeah So. It's it's only the Guy Steve. That's why they're making the doing this story right. Because this guy's a bit of a dink right gets under everyone's skin right for sure. He's not a he's not he's shown me nothing nothing that he's a dink as a person which kinda dabbles in if he had done it intentionally but certainly on the ICEES not fun to play against. Yeah Yeah Anyway. It's relax relax Montreal. Okay just dial it back okay. This guy didn't this guy didn't grab of fucking the forklift and jump often rip rocket recharged Jersey Rafters. Okay took a buck here. Steve Yeah exactly so anyway. It was going to be a souvenir and He did get it at the end of the day. So it's not the end of the world and he didn't fight him on it or anything. So some of the feedback Dope Typical Dad said classless. He knew Carl Brunell says his reaction to it. He's good draft pick so he's obviously not too concerned about it The Senator Rights on Habits Fan. And I'll say who cares. He got the PUCK in the end. And I say we move on yes and em rights onto the first thing. I thought Brady often gives pucks to kids. I'm sure he could care less. If he's a villain but hi can totally see him tossing a park over to a kid he does really enjoy interacting with the kids. The whole floss dance right. Well you see very often sends fans looking around ten years old with their big signs of during pregame warmups against sign. Hey let's have a floss off and so take a second and do a quick little loss during the pregame warmups so he obviously likes interacting with kids. Brazil writes all in all it. Sounds like an honest mistake but and something. He does a fair amount of times anyway. It'd be hilarious though. If he's playing mind games of the team that we all consider a rival just stir the pot that would be funny. Yeah iffy eighty yeah just farting around with them you know give them and piss off little bit exactly okay so not much there. I don't think even though halves is fans. Are you know pretty much universal in the Brady Chuck's Jackass for doing that. Camp Anyway back. Dial it back now. The poll is brought to you by RB computing from computers to business networks and everything in between rb computing solves tech related issues in record time and now for the holidays check the. AMD RISA nine thirty nine fifty x the world's most powerful sixteen core desktop processor now at thirty two three five Menton Place Suite One oh six in bells corners. Nice we have have a final copy nicely done what do you think of the Kawhi Leonard Reception that he received as he returned to Toronto for the first first time clippers versus the Raptors and boy doc rivers the clippers head. Coach couldn't have been more impressed by the city of Toronto is quote was this I can tell you that ovation to Kawai was very heartfelt. There's no doubt about that. And it meant a lot to him. MM-HMM I thought what the Raptors did overall the video. The players coming out all of them played with him on that two thousand nineteen title team. That is the best I've ever seen since since I've been in the league and he's been in the League along time that's a really classy move by the organization and then by the fans as well and well. Let's find the thought of it. Well you ask the question it might have even been a poll question. Rb Computing Web poll question. Steve What do you think the reception reception will be for Kawhi when he goes to the game that they'll they'll boo him or will they give my ovation right and mine was. I didn't see it last last night but mine was. I think they would give a big ovation and extended ovation. It sounds to me like I'm pretty close. Oh Yeah yeah the whole team lined up and they greeted Kawai and then after that. It all culminated with Kyle lowry. WHO's the longest serving player player on the team and he presents his former teammate with a championship ring? It was beautiful and it was almost two beautiful. Got to a point where I said to myself you guys do know that Kawhi Leonard could have signed with you. He chose to leave. He chose to go with those more money money and in a market that he was going to be happier in I just I mean I I get that you know. He won a championship with them. Special I show player. What are the best seasons in Canadian sports history will never forget it but it got to a point where it was almost two who appreciative for guy that left them at the end of the day I love it I love it? I love the fact that they did that. I love the fact that they didn't just just brush it off You know that it was such a huge achievement and the guy was such a giant part of the team. I know guys in the League who are in management in the league who are dead dead set against stopping a game when the visiting team is there when a player has achieved some remarkable goal five hundred games five hundred goals. You Know Big Shit and that's incredible stuff right. The that guys do that to knock that off which is probably never in their wildest dreams did they think they would achieve such stuff but but when teams do it. I think it's really cool. I think it shows the whole thing of sports that what a what a great game we plan. What a beautiful thing it is you know galvanizing for sure for all people and and and God? We'd love it Steve. You know we love it. We Love we love all sports. We love the competition yet that we're all in this together. You know so but I know some guys go forget it forget it. We were worrying about winning. We're not gonNA. We're not going to highlight the visiting visiting team in our rink. They can go ahead and do that at home when he gets there. That that's not uncommon. That some guys you gotta get the approval of the team of course to do it and Some some guys. No No. We're not doing that. You can wait till you get back on and and do it but I really like it when they do it I really do. I'm glad they didn't go negative or anything like that. I didn't think they wouldn't. There was any chance they would I just thought that reached a stage. Where like we just we're just going to gloss over completely that you know? He wanted to leave the organization to go somewhere else where he'd be happier happier he chose to leave and And I wanted them to say thank you and I wanted to do what they did. But now you know it's got got it got to a point where a guy like doc rivers has been in the game forever he said that's the best I've ever seen since I've been in the League in terms of the tribute and so you're you're talking about that level of tribute. I thought that maybe cut too and like it's this guy I can't get this guy to sainthood when he's the guy that decided for himself that he wanted to go somewhere else. That wasn't Toronto. Play for another team that was not the raptors and I don't I don't bury the guy for that it's business it's it's your life. I get that but I don't know I just thought it got to a stage whereas I wo- We're just completing our race that part. Well I never understood Steve. Why why why guys leave a team after they win a championship? You know right I guess there's money right involved all the time. They won't be able to resign them. We won't be able to resign and well..