17 Burst results for "Tom legs"
"tom legs" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"School. You know you finish highschool and there's a There's a little celebration where they tout everybody up on stage and they give their diploma and the patch on the back and I worked worked hard to get into the military academy and I was an alternate for the Air Force Academy but it didn't come through and I didn't apply to other schools so when it came time for that little celebration. Liberation will ceremony I didn't WANNA blank next to my name. 'cause they're all my friends. Were going to Dartmouth and west point like I was with some fancy guys. I want to blink so it literally it said James. You Know Jim. Victoria is pursuing a career as a stand up comedian they have different oddly enough certain degree. That's what I do for a living. So what was the question. Essentially what what the hell were you asked to leave. That was yes. Well I guess so so. I didn't get into the Air Force Academy but I could get into mind the State University in my hometown. How late one class that about Shakespeare? That just moved me and I was just like we did an entire semester on hamlet in an entire semester. On Romeo and Juliet was so brilliant but after the year I was waiting tables with with Gary At Gary's place I was Working as a ski patrol during the weekends and I was a basically super unhappy at university and sleeping and crying in my car between classes. Because I I just didn't know you were living in your car at that point. We pretty much and I just didn't know kind of where to go. I didn't know I knew I was extra furniture at home. You know eighteen years old kind of clumsy and just wanted to chase curtain b out late So I was super lost and it was it was it was. I think I think a lot of people have that kind of painful point where they're like. I don't know what to do. And that's when Gary he said you know go to New York so I like I think he said I got left immediately but the school. Yes the school basically helped because they they they gave me a super-low hello grade in and out of there. James Victoria from our conversation in February twenty nineteen. If you're into comics and graphic novels you probably know about Seth. The Canadian cartoonist is most famous famous for his series Paluska. Ville and for graphic novels. Like it's a good life. If you don't weaken seth frequently tells stories that are steeped beeped in his past and his troubled family. Everything's complicated both my mother and my father. If I were to dislike describe them in certain terms sounds quite damning and and yet I love them both incredibly deeply and I miss them both and yet my father's anger with really like He did terrorize us and my mother other because of her mental problems and and the institutionalization she'd went under. was you know very cold and yet I never doubted either of them loved me and as a child I was exactly exactly the kind of child who didn't feel I wasn't Neurotic child in that sense. Although the story was pretending to cry certainly sounds a little. I don't think so I think that's that's very human human. It's interesting because you've said that your childhood was this complex time period you think about it constantly and think about it with pleasure even the unpleasant stuff jeff. Do you think that's synthesized happiness. Do you think that you've gotten over a lot of it. Tell me about what is pleasant about the thinking. Well one is. I certainly have gotten over a lot of it. I I literally have said like everyone's forgiven including me and the funny thing about it is is that Yes I would not want to be a child again under any circumstances or a teenager. Anything in the past. I'm the happiest I've ever been now. That said there's something about childhood that allows you to partition off the different different areas of experience. And I'm certainly not going back and revisiting my mind that the bad stuff. I'm thinking mostly about the good stuff and a lot of the good stuff is kind of like this little world of a bubble that I remember living in with my mother that strange world of 'cause my my parents had no friends and no one ever visited us us and we were constantly moving. The family joke with someone was must have been chasing my father because we moved every year. Why did you move so often? I have no idea it. It was just uncomfortable. He was always dissatisfied with everything. So and usually what that leads to as you move down in the world. You're not moving up so everywhere you move as a little worse. Not Always as an indirect arc but certainly all your possessions get wrecked when you're moving every year and there was a certain kind of creeping shabbiness in our life that I've been trying to avoid now but the funny thing was about all this was that funny little world of just me and mother in these kind of places that was kind of quiet. A lot of television has like engrained a kind of a bubble experience for me that I try to recreate. When I'm working I liked to be in that sort of sweet spot? That's kind of separate from the world. It's a in retrospect. It was kind of depressing except that I don't see it that way. I think in very romanticized way seth from a conversation in May may of two thousand nineteen say Adams is a designer who has done almost more than anyone to create the visual language of hip hop as is a founding creative director for Def jam recordings He created the visual identities for the Beastie boys public enemy and notorious B. I G before that though he was out tagging on the streets of New York City I ask him all about that. You began writing graffiti when you were young. Some MM sources say as a teenager others as early as grade school so when did you first become aware of graffiti. And when did you start writing. Can't probably in junior high school early to mid seventies but I didn't quote unquote turn professional until I was able to really leave the house also at that point. I'm still just tagging in the neighborhood which to me looking back wasn't quite as big of a deal as it was. When I started the travel to the Bronx and then I started to see all these amazing top to bottoms and whole cars? That were really beautiful. And that was when I sort of really caught the bug that I wanted to really take it to the next level and that man sneaking out at night and then figuring out how I was going to get paid and materials and how now I was not going to get caught by my parents and so that's in my mind I turned professional and really took it to the next stage. I've read that when you were first mesmerized by graffiti. It then wouldn't leave you alone and I I love that quote this sort of passion no not ever being able to get away from it in my mind it was everywhere. Because you know the other thing is I'm a teenager I don't have any money You know it was never really you know savvy when it came to like talking to girls and things like that. So I wasn't going out on dates I was you know somewhat decent athlete but even those things sort of cost money. If you couldn't afford a baseball glove you know so D- graffiti was one of those things that you know assorted didn't cost anything. It was everywhere and because I was an artist I could do everything in my room so I would just spend lots of time. You know. In a lot of ways. This is sorta contemporary definition of Nerd by these. You know these times but a lot of what I did was just sort of study the craft in my room before I was able to go outside and did that make your parents angry. I read one account where they got angry at you for for doing this. You're all alone in your room. Sure sure you know what what spray paint smells like and magic markers and just imagine somebody playing with Turpentine all day in the bedroom in what they're doing and it was a problem for sure means we with my brothers and I we would tag the dressers the back back of our door and there's the three of us and we shared one room so wasn't a lot of real estate to begin with but you know in in some way I guess they he also knew where we were. So you know kids are running around and you know drinking at a young age a smoking cigarettes or experimenting with you know pills and drugs eggs or whatever it was my thing was always incan magic mortgage and spray paint. So I. In retrospect I guess my folks you know got off pretty easy say Adams from our conversation in April of Twenty Nineteen T. You glow is the creative director for Google's the creative lab in Sydney. She's written books. Designed innovative websites and APPs collaborated on films plays concerts and exhibits. She's one one of the most innovative pathbreaking designers of our time as a child however t was obsessed with fitting in so. I asked her about that. I was a little boy so I kinda needed to And I it. It was already clear to me that stage that that's what I was expected it to be so that that was the number one kind of part of fitting in with this kind of weird sense of not really understanding manning the the road I was supposed to play actually since wrong. Roads like my mother who is a historian with hates the title of his stories really well because she's an editor and a writer so she writes histories of people and she writes biographies. And there are these extraordinary things where I think she's always understood. Ah How someone presents what they are is in no way like that full narrative and actually in order to understand their full narrative. You need to understand not just the history but the history of the people around them in the history of the culture and society which they grew up in and I think that's always I mean it's one of the the things for this show is like Hugh try and pick apart not just for someone says they do but really who we are so. I always feel like I've that makes it's my life not being just working hard to pretend to be that me too me tell you said something recently Bentley that I I wanted to talk about. You said this. I've been waking up recently to the idea that Trans people are expected for some reason season to express their early lives in terms of trauma or Difficulty Aka the problematic boy years. That was certainly often the case. But I'm finding ways to reiterate that I was perfectly happy as Tom. What was Tom leg growing up? I don't remember really. Yes I have no recollection. But like I'm so I kinda need go on always doing well. You've said that you don't have much like John. Your childhood Before I get to about fifteen yeah so so you were still Tom Fifteen. Yeah so if that's really your the first set of memories. What Tom like then? Oh Oh just geeky kind of like Chai. I always felt like I was trying to be noticed I. My sister was Kinda like much more gregarious and popular character on towns like I always felt more like her brother and whether that was that was fine. So yeah I was kind of going out with my buddies and painted little metal figures and and vote and my books drew a lot and it was just a kid basically and you're also in the boy. Scouts are seeing the scouts. Exactly that fit through that. Yeah Yeah I did those kind of things like you an outdoor kid out to surprised to read that you were in the boys Gadsby. Gadsby me where you much prefer to be inside. I mean all of those things come with a sense that Yeah I. I didn't enjoy them. But that's what I was many doing right. That's that's what I was meant to do is meant to play rugby of mint to play cricket and meant boy scouts go camping and bivouacking sleeping rough in the woods and meant to want to ride my mountain bike around the tracks and be outside and be rough and tumble and all of these things. Like I really didn't want to do but hey I made it when I was happy. And that's fine and took. It was a very strange process of kind of trying to keep a balance between what people want you to be and a little bit of the ability to push back. Sometimes I WANNA sit in my room with my girlfriend torture. T you glow from our conversation in May two thousand fifteen roxane. Gay is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir hunger the essay collection bad feminist and the short story collection. Difficult women and more. She's a professor her essays on American culture and politics appear frequently in the New York Times. I interviewed her in front of a live audience. At the honor Fest in Brooklyn New York where she spoke about her reputation as a bad ass on twitter..
"tom legs" Discussed on Drum History
"I'm your host Bart van der Zee and today we were talking about Camco with our good friend. Joe Luma Joe Human. I'm doing great barred. How you doing good good? This is We this is really cool. We met at the Chicago drum show and And CAMCO is one of those companies that Kinda has like a mystique about him like. There's a a little bit of mystery and there's the George way stuff and And I know Ron to net is kind of involved with the new George way stuff. It's just it's honestly it's a big mystery to me so I'm really excited to have you here to to clarify some stuff okay. Well let's see. Let's see if I can do this and sure exactly I'll let you just take take it away and Why don't you start at the beginning of the history of CAMCO? Okay this is podcast right. This is a podcast pod and let's hit getting in your pod and we're off we're off the space off to the podcast okay First of all let me say on CAMCO. There is an excellent book walkout now called the Lady Way. It is by Rob Cook. And this is a biography of George Way. And it's also the history the leading drum company But Rob Cook doesn't great job on books. Also got an incredible grudge book and other books out so and anybody listening between please go and buy these books and support this guy. Anybody who writes a book like this is not making his not in it for the money so so all the support we can and That would be great so that will That covers a lot of stuff about George Away and you cannot talk about Camco without talking about George Way because they were basically his drums and George started out with one thousand nine hundred fifty seven and I just started selling telling snare drums and He had two lines. I think what were the they both have the round trip loved this way before d-w will and One line was called Aristocrat and the other was spartan and He just the snare drums aristocrat. Where the separate lugged drums uh-huh top and bottom and the Spartan where the center lug but both drums were those round turret lives and there's the earlier ones this was Let's Oh yeah. They were out of Elkhart Indiana in the first drums very thin three ply shells and then they went to a four ply shell And then later on in fifty seven they added Bass drums and Tom. Toms and What's funny in their catalogs? They only showed three piece sets and Back then twelve inch. Tom was on a twenty two inch bass drum. That's seemed to be normal for them instead of thirteen Tom. So you'll find these old George Way sets the of twenty two base. Sixteen floor Tom. But they'll have a twelve inch Tom Times to twelve on top and usually the match instagram And I've got a beautiful red sparkle kit in that configuration Yeah and then Let's see what They had their endorsers. I know this is kind of funny. A that's all. I have a Cadillac right here on the back at has this would be the early June. George wake catalog had has Anita Anita. Oh Days Drummer. His name is John Pool and he has a Roger Swivel. Matic Tom Mount holding his Tom. Tom This thing you'll see Robert. Rogers Swivel Matic mounts on quite a number of Camco Drum sets interesting. And we're not sure if the factory would put him on if they'd put him on afterwards but Eddie night at the United School Music and Camco endorser always put a Roger Swivel modern swivel matic. Mount to hold the Tom's up which is great great. You know let me let me ask you real quick though so starting out. Was this George way drums or was this Camco drums because I know there was the George Way Drum company they were George wage. Jill W away GIO was. She'll period period w way drums and wasn't yeah they went on until Oh like I know the nineteen sixty one catalog these. We're still in Georgia way drums. Now they had the added a little off four and a half by fourteen near Cassino. Aristocrats near Jim. That's a highly collectible drum and it's funny for their copy underneath he said the neatest and best looking narrow drum ever made. So you know I. Would you look any any further you know. And then they also added that little fourteen by twenty Bass Drum and the little fourteen by fourteen four times and And then I I sixty one. Also that's where the the new Tuxedo models replaced the spartan models and the Tuxedo model had something called the Tuxedo. Lug which is not around Turt- lug but a kind of a cigar shaped lug and endorsers actually endorsed throughout that time with sunny sending in Sonny greer dig on and Eddie night Also another endorser In that and after that George Way lost the company to John Rashawn of the CAMCO Camp Goal They were they haven't they manufactured hardware and screws and all kinds of things and But John rashawn owner of Camco took For over fifty one percent ownership and kind of and George Way left the company And then that's when they became Camco and that had yes sixty two nineteen eighteen sixty two. I believe not sixty sixty two I think and then John Rashawn moved the company to Oakland Illinois They made a few changes. The offer to eighteen inch bass drum They offered a parallel stringer snare drum. That was at that time uncalled seminole one super and they had and and if you actually see that catalog sixty two or sixty three catalog they have what I consider the holy grail. I don't ever made it. Even it is a three and a half by fourteen jazz model snare drum and it has miniature aristocrat the ground logs. You could get this in wood or metal. Now these SH- shallow. Shell jump show up but they have the full size lug on them. I've I've never seen one with that miniature lug and although it might not have worked well anyway because the rods would go directly into each other. So there's not much much room for the before those rods and start hitting each other staggered so maybe it was just a prototype or something like that. They just tried out in through on the catalog That could be yeah could have made it in the catalog and then in production. They realized that hoops. This might not work So cool and then also. So they're number. One endorser came on board for for a few years. That's Nick Sorolla from the Tijuana brass. They hit it. Big and Nick Sorolla used of Camco little twenty inch base twelve and fourteen times in a matching snare in Burgundy sparkle and CAMCO fortunately fortunately for me or an and people who like the sizes that twenty with twelve fourteen matching snare Camco made a lot of those sets. That was a big set for them so and that's the size I play. So that's why I'm pretty happy about that so now in this time. So we're in the sixties they were primarily one thing. Yeah I've kind of seen as they weren't exactly going after the rock market as much as the jazz kind of players right because a lot of guys using Ludwig and stuff the rock world. They seemed to be more like Jazz drums right Although they did have Dennis Wilson of the beach boys as an an endorser. Yeah that's cool and two gigantic drummers at the area play that era played camco drums one was Doug Doug Clifford of creedence clearwater auto revival. I mean listen to the drums on those recordings and the other is the great. Jim Gordon I mean who played with everybody you know Derek and the Dominos. I'm an OS Eric Clapton traffic. George Harrison John Lennon Jackson round. Got Frank Oh Carly Simon. Yeah Listen to the drums on your so vain. Those Camco Klein and so two the two big I think Doug Clifford may have endorsed him but he was never featured in the catalog. Ah I don't Jim. Jim Gordon ever did endorse him. But there's two big rock players who used Oakland Camco drums full and there were a studio drum to number studios would use the sets because they record well. Okay so they they kind of permeated into the into culture without You know being on the Ed Sullivan show. Oh or whatever. But they were still heard all overdue these studios right right Yeah that's Yeah and they seem for the studio Camco the oaklawn oaklawn drums jasper shells jasper shell companies and saying them. They'd crutch round badge and the early Rodgers Eagle batch. Drums are Jasper shelled shelled But the Jasper Shell. It seems those drums For some reason I think close Mike and the drums close Mike well And that's just my guess but they that's I know. Even my Camco Oakland's when I bring them in the studio we never have a problem. Getting sounded always instantly. And you know where in fact the engineer sometimes say wow that was painless. Just a backup to clarify so Camco mcco when the so CAMCO was an existing company said making screws and stuff. Was that a drum company. Were they literally making like hardware for hardware sake like screws and nuts and bolts like. What's the story with CAMCO? Before they became Camco that we know well. I think there were a CAMCO. Screw Company And I think they made nuts and bolts and They've made stands snare stand symbol stands. They made they got into the hardware. The business drum hardware and where John Rashawn. I guess just wanted eventually to you know to start making drums to and So that's how they ended up with it and Got It Yeah and also in that era I should say they went from four ply shell to a six ply shell shell. They're still jasper shells. Shell company making them but they went to six plies in mid in the mid sixties and Also in the mid sixty. They did some changes. They finally put flared out floor Tom legs and they came up with six sided. Spur bracket and but anyway Yeah and then they went into Yeah they then. Later Iran in the sixties they added the eighteen and twenty inch floor toms they came up with some lacquer finishes wonder like Ebony Walnut What they have clear? Maypole Moss Green stain and Knicks early was still remain endorser. He was the big guy in the sixties and a and then They went. Let's see they ended up Custom Amplifier Company bought them and in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy one to seventy seventy three. They moved to Kansas well. Customers ensure nuked anyway. I don't know how many drums they built and should note Quality went down a little. I bet they weren't as five feet still good drums. Nice Jasper Shell drums. But I've had Sets from this Air Kanoute era where the top bearing the very nice on the top. Tom was was either sharper or flatter than the floor. Tom Different bearing edge The reinforcing rings that are kind of crushed in and Jasper would have done that. But I think jeff maybe they did but they weren't fussy about them but they're still good sounding drums. Jim Gordon Haddish. It gets and nobody complained about the sound of that. In fact that one I see just sold on Ebay. His It's twenty two base twelve thirteen sixteen. I think it came to about four grand for those drums because they were Jim Gordon's cool and He only had to camp goes sets..
"tom legs" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"The movie would not have been what it was without on the nature of daylight you know playing up front and it would not be what it was without johan taking the risk he did <hes> when it when it came down to the vocals how he made human voices that the play on the whole film being about language i mean it was definitely both in and it's funny that you mentioned that song because i was just talking with rupert colson olson whose max's engineer <hes> i got a chance to visit with him at air studios in london which is like a mecca been places beautiful and i actually asked rupert robert. How did the strings for on the nature of daylight. 'cause it's so mesmerizing isn't it. You listen to your on in. It's not too shrill. It's not too soft. It's the right amount of everything and he actually. He told me there were multiple. String sections and sessions involved in that. I think they wanted to retract some of them. In differently it does sound like its own one room though the to me that was probably a more perfect placement for that song at the beginning of that film and did it also play the end of the play the role yeah he's i mean that's a huge huge part of the movie yeah big time that's right. That's right okay that's right so that that to me was almost better placement of that that tune than maybe the original intent the bax wrote for and that's that's what's crazy about his music in <hes> and it's different than johansen. This is that can be used in multiple places at multiple times for multiple reasons since more than any other composers weren't can be used like that. He's just got this eternal quality to what he does and he's so humble about it right it it. It's almost like a film composer yeah but he also a composer composer yeah but what he does is inherently visual. I don't meet many people who don't think visual things when they hear his stuff and i went to sleep concert in l. a. last year last july and met about a thousand strangers and then we all went to bed together which sounds sexual. It's not don't don't worry about that but you literally metal these people you meet them. You get caught with your ticket. You bring your own betting outdoors. <hes> started at ten pm downtown l. a. and grand. I think grandpa was the name of the park and it's crazy because you're you're. You're like i would never have met these people at all. Had it not been for max and the risky took took music but now you're collectively experiencing what a lot of uh us make off film music. We make all classical music. We may just call this is what we like listening to and we're gonna park downtown sleeping under a full moon grace davidson soprano voice is echoing throughout buildings of downtown downtown l._a. And i'm like i don't know what this is but it's bringing us all together. It's hitting something at our core and if this is the future of classical music. I have a lot of hope <hes> no that is so well said and it's funny that you say that because i <unk> i told one of my chris spelman who did lost city of z. I said i said well you guys are doing is our modern day. You guys is are the modern day box and beethoven's and i think he really likes class. Communities shot up get outta here. You don't know what he said in a fun way but i'm serious so like i'll give you an example so one of the one of the composers i love. I love this guy is thomas newman. I mean i all guy he's the godfather the godfather and i i mean on the way home today today from the gym and i'll think about our interview. I was just listening to road to perdition. I came out in two thousand and two yup and i i i've worn out so many cds from so many many composers right but like i don't know that music holds up so well and it's not just him there so many talented people i don't mean i think there's so much to be saved while we have talk about newman though because newman who wears the eternal turtleneck and wrangler jeans from walmart and never does interviews and we all wish he would do interviews. We should hit him up. Newman is is actually the one that a lot of people in this town defer to for where they got their inspiration and newman's interesting because he's able to do something to your soul and your mind in your imagination without moving his hands very much so you know classical music as i know at least it's very busy <hes> it's very moody and and it's going to have you here one moment and then you know six bars later is going to have you over here and you're not able to really focus. It's not meant for you to stay in one emotional vein newman. Dan has done the same thing his entire career he has. I think a group of seven or eight guys in girls or whatever that do all the little dulcimer sounds the little windy instruments my friend luke attenzione. Who's an incredible composer. Living in nuremberg told me about this that he has a team of eight people. I think that do all these little auxiliary sounds sounds around him and we all know tom newman by that that <hes> piano sound which i think is a stein wide the and then his little bendy wispy instruments that sounds somehow indian or persian or or south asian but he's the whitest guy in the world and i'm like how did that happen. How how did that type of music decide. I'm going to camp out in this guy's turtleneck wrangler jeans body and i'm gonna just do the same thing and bring a sense. It's a sense of comfort. Isn't it when you watch a movie that tom has scored comforting. You know that you're gonna be well. Taken care of is music and you can relax and it doesn't matter if it's finding dory it. It doesn't matter if it's american beauty which how prophetic was that movie by the way absolutely that's and i hope it doesn't taint the score the power four of the score but my go-to when i'm testing pianos just so you know 'cause i tested for like four years before i bought one was thomas. Newman's american beauty were always voice. It's my go-to. It's where my hand actually naturally fall and i dare say. I even write what i write in the keys that i write because tom newman has been my inspiration operations so he's kind of a lens in filter through which subconsciously i right now that is so well said in your appreciation is pretty clear you know one of the the things that i feel bad for when it comes to composers is so one of his best works is i love the movie. Some people didn't and i feel like when people i don't like a movie. They don't watch shit or they listen to the critics. It almost like there's other people that suffer one of which being the composer's <hes> one of the movie was passengers which has a great score to it. Yeah that's amazing. Yeah the movies hit or miss people. I loved it but people like so if you're like in that way too it's kind of unfair composers too because people justices movie and it's got like a ripple ripple effect to it. I think yeah not much tom's <hes> way of putting his foot in a little bit of electric instrumentation which frankly i don't think worked super well for him because he doesn't need it. You know a lot of composers need the electronic thing to fall back on like for me. I start with ana spirit is probably my favorite plug in all the time. I've been using it since the day. It came out. I was like the third customer to buy it for something. <hes> it's made me a living. It's like my go-to. <hes> <hes> <hes> and tom in passengers was blending a lot of honest sphere and digital sounds with the organic and acoustic and i would almost say i guarantee you the temp music for passengers with stephen prices score for for gravity and a few other things like that because i could tell tom was put into a place that was stretching him and i would like to hear more of that frankly but i i just don't even think he needed it for that score. I think you just let tom tom and he's one of the few guys that you can just let the same things dimmer zimmer get space to stretch his legs and take time to do his own thing. <hes> i know a lot of people have opinions on hans zimmer is is workflow and the people that worked for him and whatnot but when he has space to do what he wants especially older scores than red line gladiator <hes> behind rangoon which gets no no press in no but but he barney's gamble on instruments that were in bizarre tuning when he gets space to do what he wants to do like tom leg james newton howard can do call good call master of melody master of melody man and people. It's crazy dude younger composers when when i talk doc to them when we all get together we can sometimes find ourselves critiquing these guys but the truth is what makes them good is when they do one thing well right now when they're this adaptive chameleon that can do ninety things but when they can do one thing well and live in that lane and deepen it <hes> then you know. I'm not trying to make a thing about this. But what if i go back to wine when when i open a bottle of wine i don't really wanna pay a whole lot for it but i want it to be itself. I want it to do one thing really well and i don't need it to transform every time i take a sip and be something different i just needed to be good and try to know where it came from and whose it is and what its purposes and when composers have eighty years to deepen their sound like john williams has done like many other composers done and they hit their streak like right before they die dag gives me hope because it lets me know i'm thirty three. Lets me know i don't have to know right now. You know i'm kind of in an identity crisis in my own writing right now to be honest with you in my own professional and creative life and it's kind of nice to know that <hes> as long as i can here <hes> i think there will be space to figure this out. You know who am i. What do i uniquely bring to the film music world war one bit of arrogance here. I'm going to tell you i had a writer. Come on my show who raved about the movie. I saw that he wrote and he ended up winning. A golden globe anyone an academy award after being on my show and that was green book nick faldo l. longer so i'm tom ray now my friend i loved. I loved green book man. My wife and i watched it. I was in tears at the end of it. You have been a fan blessed by the monday morning. Critic critic and i know i know totally got big things around the corner for you so i'm confident that oh man you know what i tell you if anything ever happens <hes> <hes> with me and and a career in this business. It's gonna be because of the team that i'm around..
"tom legs" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Of course, this may be the most rewarding to do you do today. Welcome back to the rich Eisen show. Here's the lineal heavyweight champion of the world. Getting set to fight. Tom shores in Las Vegas, Nevada on a couple of Saturdays from now. He is none other than Tyson, fury. Get to see you, sir. I am doing better for talking to you. I'm very that's what I aim to do is, please, you, you definitely pleasing. Right now. We're on the radio as well as television Tyson to describe to the radio audience. What, what, how would you describe the shirt that you're wearing right? LA style pimp shut, I have gotten a long, slim and slam. The Tom legs on show for you this morning. Appreciate that and should have filed them Apollo, but we're going to be okay. You know what? It's it's still a little early in the morning. You know out here in Los Angeles. You'd be a little bit later, and you have to do, like, the, the shorts choices. Well, I think get swing. Yeah. Yeah. Have have have they winked here in Los Angeles? Have the sales guys everybody? That's you know, it's the time of year full time this morning on the way. Well, it is great to see you here. Let's start with the fight that you're taking on against Tom Schwartz's. This in a couple of Saturdays from now. What are you, what are you expecting out of Tom in this fight here? Tom young beaten prospectus twenty four note to in the world by the WB. A MEK Specht to never overlooked, my Ponant, especially someone not look in his ten Scholtz. You know, this guy must appoint to prove criminal lawyer here. It's lineal championship on the line. He's combing these coming from germs. Big rivalry, you know Germany has England in any sports is massive rivals. So we'll both want to win. It's all on the line. And what can I say may the best one win? Okay. And so, obviously should you get past Tom as you expect. No doubt whenever can tell because as we saying last Saturday night. Exactly. So said, no fins a given. Okay. Okay. I was going to go to the next spot, but since you stopped right there. An Anthony Joshua. What did you think of, of Joshua's lost their Tyson? A fall under as win was amazing fall enough. Settle response right there. I like you went you went Ramon lately, over the moon for the couldn't have up to a nice guy..
"tom legs" Discussed on The Working Experience
"To Japan. It's pretty good because that's the way I like to roll. Sitting down with three co workers and Bob the middle of. I mean, you hear about I mean, you have a license to do whatever you want. Nobody. Nobody would talk about it. Right. Well, I guess there are probably some restrictions that were not a wet like there's probably some the I don't know. I mean, I have no idea crossing line. I mean, probably, but I wouldn't know what they are so different. If you're if you're stripping down naked and seeing karaoke co workers, I would believe that's crossing. Is that we'll never Gary was telling us that story about being out here with some clients. I forget what country they were from. But like one of like, you know, they're out drinking and everything and one of them kind of put his hand in a two familiar spot on one of the ladies, and it was like, whoa, right? Right. And it was sort of like cultures colliding do each other. Where like none of that. Here. You don't do that don't do that. So I don't know. I'm not saying I'm going to pull up stakes and moved to Japan yet. But. Vomiting middle of the table. Yeah. That's that's what you have to aspire to on this Friday night pushing yourself, and so that you vomit all over the table. Nothing does more than cheap tequila. Cheap vodka's bad enough cheap whiskey, but there's something about sheep to kill that is horrifying. Well, when you when you push the needle that foreign to the red where you lose bodily functions that humor in my book, and we've known one or two people have lost. Yes. More than one bodily function multiple. System failure. We were we were joking about the time, our friend, Tom who was your roommate in college. Yes few years, and we are you guys were living in the ten man. Yes. And this was a suite of five rooms to people to a room, which should never have had. That's just it should have been a legal. That's a very bad idea. So our mutual friend. Tony comes walking in and Tom's legs are in the window the rest of his bodies hanging out and he's vomiting, and Tony said you just here. And then he goes Tommy you. All right. Eight just gets the big thumbs up. Everything's okay. Everything's great. All. System. No. But yeah, there's something about cheap to kill other. You will taste it for like the next two days. I to this day. I can't drink to kill. There's a Barbier here. Well in New York terms, and might as well be over in Connecticut, but it isn't Manhattan it that way it's called the cherry tavern and on Saturday nights for five dollars. You could get a can of Takata at a shot of tequila all unnamed tequila oh now in my mid twenties. This was like I had found the promise lamp five dollars for a kid of cheap beer, and a shot of some babe I've ever even sure it was to kill out. Something wasn't just gonna those bad boys down laughing. It up have the tribal by life yet four beers and Ford's killer shots, and oh it was just that the body. Good now does not all right. All right, everyone. Listen have fun have fun. Always always have fun. You wanna avoid losing bodily functions is here if you can look you make an attempt if you care no judgment for Matty cat zero judgment for me come on sometime.
"tom legs" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"And it's been new gotta believe in these aren't bitter guys who didn't get there, then get theirs and questioning saying or not bitter. No, I'm saying from the standpoint, and he wasn't good enough to help them along the be. Great. Those are the quarterback. You look at it. And go man if I had a real quarterback. I would be good. I'd be in a Pro Bowl. I begin paid say Blake Bortles or somebody like that. That might that might be skill believe there last year. I did not. I said he torched bell. Check kid the lines eligible. Everybody makes. Started in the previous Super Bowl. And nothing for so many guys come out and say that this is what's going on? It's one thing if there's one bidder guy, and he leaves the organization, and he didn't really get what he wants. But it's just way too many guys to believe that Benz not a part of the problem, and you even heard Colbert the GM when he said that he's the unquestioned leader and whatnot. Too key. Everybody else was called all these grown men will call kids under Big Ben. And don't forget skip when they had the big whether or not they were gonna protest with the capper, Nick. And they all decided to stay inside the locker room the next day. Who was it who who said that was a mistake and blasted Tomlin? It was Big Ben he all of James right in that seat say that when we went to bed that night, we were going to stay in the locker room or the tunnel where we couldn't be seen doing the playing of the national anthem. Okay. So who's fault? Is it all I know is big being fair. He was upset at Tom legs. And if you the real. Leader. And you should have spoke up that day at night and said, I'm not a part of this. We don't wanna do it. Didn't know what he went along with the group? And then you can't do it the next day. So all I'm saying is for all the success that big Ben's had these out a lot right to Super Bowls. I get all that. But it doesn't mean as you get older. And as you get more clout, you decide that you're going to do things your way, and I believe what these players, so rob Parker's conclusion is they traded the wrong guy. They should've traded office Burke's, right? What you say you're and because because it's not just that. It's also the organization which hasn't paid a lot of their players as well. So the Steelers have a couple of things working. Okay. Okay. They they wanna lay on belly take another transition franchise tag after he touched the ball four hundred six times after he's put up all these numbers. They didn't wanna pay him. So that was part of it. He said it was a factor. Not the fact. Go you wanna go you should go. You sure I'm positive for me. There was something that Mark marquees pouncey said that was in that I posted right now, rob parking. He said these guys left, and they're bitter and the act like they're perfect. Are you saying bins? Perfect because I didn't hear it because it's like you play. They're bitter. They're mad at the mat? And they're what act like they're what. Now, they try and point fingers like they are perfect. Okay. So it's been perfect because he's accepting because he's blocking for being again like bid if perfect skill. We know that being is not perfect. We know that being handled some situations wrong. But the fact of the matter is that everybody gets so caught up. Well, he's won this. You can win the Nobel peace prize that doesn't make you a good person Maury teammate..
"tom legs" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"AM six forty. It's Conway show CNN has gotten caught red-handed. They called the K U S I asking for report if they could give them a local view of the debate surrounding the border. So K US is sent their best team out. And I guess the story was not the politics of CNN. So they decided not to use it. CNN it has to be I hope Trump dies level. And if it's not then ain't gonna use it here. It is. Times in this debate on the shutdown CNN asked if k US I would provide a reporter to offer our local view of the debate, especially the learn the wall works in San Diego. Hey US. I offered our own damn plan. Who's reported many times that the wall is not an issue here. In fact, most is facials believe it is effective issue. We face is the migrants on the debate over their treatments. Now, knowing this CNN declined to have us on their programs, which often present the wall as not required and other places like the stretch of the Texas border, the president visited earlier today. They didn't like what they heard from us. Just some background for you. Isn't that amazing? It CNN will go to a local station say, hey, give us a little background on the border. And if they file any kind of report that says, maybe there is a crisis here in the walls necessary CNN will not air it. Is not a news station anymore used to be Cable News Network. It no longer is is now just an arm of the left wing. I'm faction of the Democratic Party. There's a narrative and something that doesn't fit into that narrative doesn't make it to air, isn't that crazy? I mean, you know, that's a that used to be a straight down the line news station give you both sides. And now, they just give one side, man. Yes. The one. All right. Jeff Bezos, getting divorced guy who's a big honcho at Amazon dot com. You also owns the Washington Post, the poorest, but he owns I think ninety seven million shares also whole foods, right? Oh, yeah. You'll the whole foods. But I think they own I think he owns either seventy nine or ninety seven million shares of Amazon, so you could probably figure out, but that's worth let's say he owns seventy nine million shares while you're figuring that out. I keep looking for the video the whole video Sam Ruben this morning was talking about the Jeff Bezos thing and how. How rich man keeps swooping up L A TV reporting. Openly asked during the morning news. Who's next? Scrooge. Maybe it's Sam I could be maybe just goes for it. But the hell this is. I mean, nobody saw it because they're not on spectrum. But, but but it was funny where it was. I love it that fights going on the air here. Oh, it's a great between KTLA spectrum one commercials. I go KTLA sucks. Animas perspective of MS. I love that. I love that Tom. How do you feel about that? I I love KTLA. I love their Cup. A lot of people on a big rose parade fan. Are you really what what is what is some of your favorite? Floats are entries. I love the one where it was. My favorite one was a holders at one. Oh, what was that? Like. Well, it had just bottoms, Tom leg. Johnny carson. It really did more. I thought at some point you were going to explain how there was a melon flour. Oh, that's great. That's great. But see you gotta write the show. No, no, no. I then I'll gets rejected. And then I just throw it on the air as though Zillow Zo he's getting divorced ban. Let's find out what's going on Amazon's Jeff.
"tom legs" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"AccuWeather forecast. Plenty of clouds tonight, the low down to thirty seven and mostly cloudy up to fifty to see some rain move in late in the day. Periods of rain tomorrow night, low forty one K 's rain and drizzle, Saturday, chilly, high forty eight still chilly Sunday a few showers around the upper forties for AccuWeather, I'm meteorologist John Feerick and NewsRadio ten twenty Katie Kay. I'm John chamois. Join us bright and early tomorrow morning. We're going to be talking about national drug give back day an opportunity for you to get some. Those old drugs out of the house before they become a problem for someone else. Plus, John, Milwaukee, Milwaukee movies, you may want to head to a theater this weekend with the weather the way it's going be. We'll talk about the new flicks on the big screen on the Katy k radio morning news. All right. We're back. Listen going to spend a little bit more time focusing on the sport of wrestling matches from the professional standpoint. But the collegian in highschool. Tom legs harbor is here with me in national wrestling hall of fame getting inducted into the Pennsylvania sports hall of fame should be in the hall of fame. We'll work on that coach retired coach Saint Vincent college in Latrobe. You made my night, Bobby, right? Much to pick up the phone today. Coach go spend some time with him. Because I am such a fan of this. Great sport. I grew up loving boxing. There's some similarities there, especially amateur boxing, which we all. Remember those great amateurs during those great Olympics that I grew up with people like Joe Frazier and sixty four and Tokyo, George Foreman in Mexico. Mohammed Ali in Rome in nineteen sixty. And then of course, we ran the table and seventy six some of the greatest fighters of all time, including. Talk to me about you're saying you have. You have grandkids went to the state. What's the psyche? Young kid who wants to it, obviously is not the battle that you would associate as we're going to look at Veterans Day to put the have that mindset to want to have the immovable object credible force that whole that whole journey start for a young. I believe. Thank you. That was saying what is it about that that that journey that starts with so many of these athletes? Danley ability to where they are willing to pay the price to do whatever it takes. To be a part of this. Great sport to me. I think it's something that obviously is a part of your family as it has been in your family or to part of your life from a very young age. So how does someone get a very young age? And we see him today. Beginning. Actually. Great coach. And.
"tom legs" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"And you don't wanna come to events like this show when we do the feast of the seven fishes show. It makes me appreciate me as an Italian American of what everybody did for all of us as far as the generations that came before us, my grandfather, obviously, my mother's side. So I never lose sight of that when I'm around people like did at TCU ended a Salvator look we've had a lot of people here tonight. Tom legs harbor is here national wrestling hall of fame, and you know, Saint Vincent is also a part of this great community that is West Warwick county, Pennsylvania sports, hall of fame, retired coach at Saint, Vincent. Talk to you a little bit coach wrestling, you know, Jake Herbert is a dear friend and Bobby, right? Another good friend, and because of bam. And many others, my friend, Nick trombone wrestling, coach a number of years. I've always loved this sport to wear what I was doing play by play in radio. I ask myself and sell the advertising, I had a former state champion from Ohio. Mr. Jim hop. Color analysis, and we actually carried it off on the radio no-one said it can be done. And they said, well, how did you do it? Why did you do? I said because it was a fashion that I've seen wrestlers go through day in and day out to get to extraordinarily high people like Olympia, Jake. North Allegheny went onto wrestle in the Olympics in north western college talk about what is it about your sport that I absolutely love to the point. If I had my way, I would love to just be at a major collegiate match at Nebraska or to watch something at the old FitzGerald field house back in the day. Why is it just it? It it tugs at your heartstrings. The passion of what you did in what you believe in and that's collegiate and high school wrestlers. Well, he shot right there on the floor. And just recently over the last couple of days. World championship. I did not. But we have several Metalitz from that. And now moving wrestling. Women in. Germany. Girls. Now, there's thirty some odd would have specific. Roles women. They don't want to go against. Damn. Family. All the men mentioned names. The other guys. Shit. We at breakthrough rushing traditional. To all men. Now, you have because of their coach a great red FOX three coming one of those teams go to look to whatever your channel surfing to see the best of the best. Go back to guys like, Dan Gable? A restaurant as a coach ABC's. Canvas match blood. After that match. You think the average person? I run a marathon. Woman. Every dude I put it in my ten miles. Idea of what? The most. Best athletes, anywhere. Any idea? I don't think they're what the training patients of all the Jaffray. Nobody realizes. If you run. If win and you stop you drown wrestle. There. Any better feeling when you have nothing left to give? Over. Raised in victory win by the slimmest. Is there? Anything more satisfying? Three days aboard. To see that you had enough to get the decisive win. Dot com. Raising of the hand not too many people realize that and getting that feeling is like. Is the greatest feeling. Talk to me about seeing. Walk. Just retired after fifty years up here and. Brought. I had my. I great memory. Exposed. I also worked there ten years. Many many many many people. Through a young, man. Well, really, my best friend who's to she. He got me into it. My first year. Great. I had a great record. Never never. And then. Right. Nineteen ninety one and got college offers. Why you never leave? Before. Great university. I love it. They're having the other opportunity. Well, you know what I'm still somewhat connected. I help them with their golf outing. Got to have something to do with our fake. They helped me connect. Very much. Rudo San Martina. What did he made me? One second harbor. Leslie hall of fame -ducted. Retired Saint Vincent college right here. So who knows? Story. I grew up in Wilmington. Shake your hand. And when we did our weight training. YMCA we lift the weights down there. And then I. To change. Dan. And mike. Connected there. Gonna come back. I wanna talk about explain this earlier, you'll probably do a better job. All. Dominic. Because it was more traditionally traditional wrestling moves. But I remember host. This. But there was a sense of you know. Sweet. Had that connection. So we're gonna continue stay where you're at. We got two more segments. Have any voice? It has been incredible. A couple of moments. Everybody gathering around.
"tom legs" Discussed on WEEI
"On one interview with Rachel Nichols. The jump on ESPN. I mean what a day to have cameras there and Rachel Nichols. In attendance. And he couldn't have been planned, right? I mean Jimmy Butler shows up his first day of practice in ESPN happens to be there with Rachel Nichols. What a coin, inC, and then he happens to throw a hissy fit and throw everybody under the bus walk out of practice and go straight to Rachel Nichols. Again. What a coincidence. You know what I'm not buying bridges today. I'm not. And to me. Maybe it is a matter of timing. But Jimmy Butler who publicly doesn't ever really come out and go ballistic, you may not be the most ideal teammate, and we're going to go over that aspect of Jimmy Butler career starting in Chicago now Minnesota, but here's Jimmy Butler, going all crazy and practice. Have we ever heard of Jimmy Butler going all Dell Beckham junior before I've never heard of it to this level on a day? He happens just show up at practice. And there happens to be a one on one interview set up again. For me one. Shame on me for me twice. Now. Full me once shame on you. Fool me twice. Shame on me. What I'm saying is this today? Jimmy Butler showed exactly why I would not trade for him Jimmy Butler, today's showed why if you're the Brooklyn nets, the New York Knicks or the LA clippers three teams y- apparently wants to go to why they would not make a move for Jimmy Butler because what Jimmy Butler did today was not only embarrassed himself in my mind because he's telling Scott laid you need me yet. Jimmy Butler is the one that he wants to get out of town Scotland, and Tom vivid don't want to trade him. It's Glenn Taylor. The owner saying yet trade him if you want to make an offer call me direct. But when you're calling out the young players exactly the reason why there's apparently a problem in the Minnesota Timberwolves locker room, and you show it out there in practice. Embarrassing teammates. In essence, what you're telling these teams with young players like the Knicks the nets and the clippers are you put me on a team of young players. I'm going to call them out. If I think they're being lazy. I'm gonna call him out is that what these team needs is that a healthy dynamic in the locker room for Jimmy Butler. That's like throwing oxygen at a spark in a fire. But what upsets me about the whole Jimmy Butler thing is this. Well, I think Jimmy Butler looks like a clown. Mean he makes Karl Anthony towns look like a clown. He makes Karl Anthony towns look toothless. He makes Karl Anthony towns out to be somebody who is too afraid to say anything at once butlers out there, then you'll rally the troops and say something and no one wants to listen to him. As if his message is hollow. But there's another aspect of this. That really upsets me. Okay. Let me read you a tweet Asia roads are Ascii is as good as they come. When they come to. I mean, he's Mr. basketball. Okay. And on Twitter wochit arou- ski talks about what happened. This is what he wrote in. I'm going to read a first. And then I'll tell you what I have a problem with a lot of Minnesota players left timber wolves practice today. Energized by Butler's, performance mesmerized with him taking end to the bench players and running the table on. The regulars sources said at the end he marched out like if a mic drop Butler delivered a tour to force. Would it be the the the source considering he sat down with ESPN right after the practice. This is straight from the horse's mouth. Of course, of course, baller energize the players, by the way, did he energize the team to more than forty eight wins last year. Did he energize Minnesota to be a much better team with all that talent? He didn't do much energizing last year during the season. But yet in one practice mic drop toward a force. I'm not buying it. Why would any young player look at what he did today? And be like, man. That's awesome yet. Call out Karl Anthony towns and injure Wiggins. Yeah. Yell at the GM. Yeah. Treat them all. I crap. Oh, man. I want to be with him. That's the type of leader. I want on my team. Really? Maybe that's why Minnesota's just screwed up organization has one squat. Here's what Jimmy Butler is doing. Jimmy Butler is trying to be as annoying and rude as possible. So they trade him Jimmy Butler wants out now because if he doesn't get out now in the season starts he loses tens of millions of dollars in a max deal if he gets shipped elsewhere. During the season. Or if he has the sign is a free agent next off season. That's the problem. Jimmy Butler wants to be annoying Jimmy Butler wants to be a cancer right now because Jimmy Butler wants out. And you don't think it's coincidence. Jimmy Butler vocalized that the way he did today in practice. The date. ESPN cameras in interviews are there. You don't think that's a coincidence that Jimmy Butler did these antics today knowing full well, he would get front page headlines considering he was sitting down the biggest mouthpiece out there. ESPN? This is not Jimmy Butler. Ask again Wednesday Butler ever gotten in front of the Cameron yelled at people. He's not Odell Beckham junior, right? Not to that level of what we saw today in his performance. But my whole problem is this. Ranger in Rojana rouse key to write that what? Jimmy Butler did today. Pretty much gets a slow clap from the guys on the team. Then what he's essence telling me is the team has turned on Karl Anthony towns and Andrew Wiggins because that's Jimmy Butler, public enemies number one into. So what you're telling me is nobody on that team respects those two guys because they're on team Jimmy Butler. Here's what you do. I'm gonna laid out easily here. This is what you do if you're Tom sibito, and your Mr. Laden, this is what you do. You don't trade him because that's exactly what he wants. This is the petulant child that stops his feet at the dinner table saying I don't want to eat my broccoli. But I want ice cream after dinner, and they'll throw that hissy fit. They'll drop broccoli on the floor, fake tears. The yelling the crying the screaming. Right. Because they think that's gonna make the parents say, okay. Okay. I'll take the broccoli away. Here's your chocolate ice cream. Just shut up. Jimmy, and I have some experience not no, she's good. She knows it doesn't work that way. My household. I said all right, then no ice cream. No, broccoli, no ice cream. You take your peg eat that to get the ice cream. You don't you? Don't. There you go you. She's like, why don't you pack me a lunch every day. Why do I have to eat hot lunch at school? It's disgusting. I said, well, you know, what daddy's forty years old, and I survived that same exact hot lunch, you eight in public school. And guess what? If you're hungry eat it if you're hungry. You don't want to eat it. That's on you few starve, not my fault. The food's right there for you, a packing your damn lunch every day and these like snowflake parents packing lunch their kids. Like, really, you know, Nick would. Daddy. Didn't give me breakfast tough. Not my job. That's Nick says right? That you you got it. Daddy, share some of those grapes. Don't even look at my food kid is his daddy's food. Mommy, didn't get your waffles today. It's on you. And that's what Jimmy Butler is doing Jimmy Butler is that little kid stopping his feet trying to get his way. Right because sadly in sports it usually works. It usually works. Right. St francis. Stomped his feet. I'm not going to Vancouver manning manning stamp just feed I'm not going to San Diego and list goes on and on John Elway. I don't wanna go to Indianapolis. Lots of people have done it works. So Jimmy Butler is now trying the age old tactic that has worked in the past. But I'm not gonna give in. I'm not giving him what he wants screw you Jimmy Butler. I actually need you to win some games because I'm I'm I'm Tom sibito. And my job depends on what I do this year Tom without Jimmy Butler. This year is not surviving. He's fired because not making the playoffs especially the Western Conference even with a disgruntled Jimmy Butler who by the way has to play half decent because he becomes a free agent. So he can't totally dog it out there. Right. Because if you totally dogs, and no one wants to bring him in and say, why am I giving this thirty year old thirty one year old with Tom legs who? Just dog did dog poop year. Why am I gonna give him a max deal? So he's got to play relatively well. So if I'm fitter I say I Jimmy stampede. All you want sit there at the broccoli in front of you. But you're in Minnesota timber wolf, I'm not trading you if I don't get dollar for dollar at least ninety eight cents on the dollar for you. I'm not trading. You're right now getting forty cents on the dollar from Miami. Sorry, you're not a heat. And if you want that money, then you know, what behave yourself a bit better because I think the way he's acting actually will turn teams off from making a deal for Jimmy Butler. See I've never I'm never want to give in. I'm never wanted to say. All right. You get your way. And with Jimmy Butler what he did today in attempting to pull the Tara loans and dividing locker room because that's exactly what he's doing here. The way Tara loans didn't Philadelphia that killed their season, by the way what Jimmy Butler did today. Does not get rewarded with a move because that's exactly why he did it. And I'll tell you what happened today ESPN guy used by Jimmy Butler Jimmy Butler wants to make a very public statement. And Jimmy Butler knew that he had this interview with the jump and Rachel Nichols right after practice and Jimmy Butler wanted to show for that interview with a lot of ammunition and he showed up at the initiative saying look what I did today. Look what I've accomplished today. And he's the biggest news out there today because of his outbursts the practice. You don't want to be there. Then why are you saying you need me? Isn't that kind of weird? Like you're trying to get out of Minnesota yet. You're telling Scott Leighton you need me. Well, yeah, that's why they haven't traded you moron. I mean, if they didn't need you. They could've traded your ass. I I'm not sure what I'm a little confused here. But if I'm Karl Anthony towns that I'm Andrew Wiggins. I'm gonna Tom I'm saying, we ain't playing with them. You bring him back. We are not playing you're worried about Jimmy Butler not plan. We're not playing. I thought you said that you don't want them to trade him. No, no. But I'm saying if I'm calling Anthony towns ranger Wiggins. They don't care think they've made that clear, but even before this. No. But I think you have to make it clear to the point of saying we will literally not take the court with this guy because he has called them out. He is trying to rally the team against them. He's saying they're not leaders and ESPN is now saying that no one respects those guys. No one respects calling. He towns when he got the troops together after practice and tried to make a row row speech. And apparently, according to ESPN and eight zero drafty nobody respected it. So what's the message? They're sending when it comes to Karl Anthony towns. You know, what it is? He's the quarterback that no one listens to in the huddle. He's a quarterback that hasn't accomplished anything. That speaks a good game. But no one believes him. And cares. Here's the problem for Jimmy Butler. We're gonna go over the history because this isn't something in the sense of Jimmy Butler isn't getting along in Minnesota. This is yet another chapter in Jimmy Butler, not getting along with really anybody. You have to hear what happened in Chicago before you start thinking about what's going on here because this is a pattern. That's been set out by Jimmy Butler years in the making I'll tell you what he did in Chicago what it means now next Gandhi. Dan, Schwartzman, NBC sports radio in the NBC sports radio mobile app. Doug Flutie here. You're listening to NBC sports radio..
"tom legs" Discussed on The NBA Show
"From that injury looked pretty serious he was limping in between games he had a great deal like clay if you can't jared smith diving into klay tom's legs can't bring him down you can't bring on the warriors basically clear is on the rise is out there is if we got that burner from ramona today talking about how klay just like go to the ever remember many times needed i mean kevin durant won the finals mvp but kevin who would you voted for feuded stuff hurry to make the case for staff i think steph overall had a stronger series he had that just dismal game game three but other than that juliet game on twenty one points on love of three game to thirty three points eleven of twenty six including nine of seventeen from three he was different diff differentiator in that game put aside the game three i mean it was hard horrific but he's still hit big shots at the end of the game and then tonight game four thirty seven points six rebounds four assists on twelve twenty seven not the most efficient series for steph overall but steph early drives that team i think yeah absolutely and also the thing about staff that is just underrated is the gravity of the floor changes like you know everyone else gets opened because that's out there like goodall was hitting threes tonight because they were just sat there link for it and of course that's like not normal it's usually a good bat to it all of that theory but steph just makes just makes the whole thing different you know we saw one of those tonight pump fake to the side and still manage to shoot the ball went in is our producer said it's like this is proof living in a simulation matrix it's real it is really true also the thing about staff is like he just has really come into his own as a leader i think that's been one of the more fun aspects of watching this warriors team for the.
"tom legs" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Wait what did did i didn't even make this doesn't feel like a matches she end waffles it's old array so look what happens man it looks like it's the the minutes so i put my nets apple notes whatever and of course it doesn't work ever since steve jobs died my notes skip hey when people say that avidsson steve that now look it says my notes over and they're not that i used to have it to me which is which applications i'm no lawyer listener relationship with my computer tips go on tradition bucker so lisa they're talking about doc in house doc is like not a good worker and she mouthed off to someone told someone that you need to get your deck socks or something like that and so like no my staff yong under passionate about the and sometimes they make foolish choices you know i mean nothing crazy like having a wednesday wedding or something like that german goes told him to get her dick's his what is he supposed to do with that manner from like maybe he should go stick sucked two i didn't really make a joke gmo could laugh instead of laugh you know so i'm gonna follow you know like this is a good view so and christner at their apartment versus you're going to be late for work tom's leg we're gonna be late for work together so romantic god they were like so from the fifty.
"tom legs" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You know if it another man in my life at the same time what else in high school he came up to me after a basketball game he said you know what you don't scored the most points and you don't get the most rebounds but every single game score points every single game you get rebounds every single game you set techs every single game you um are are hustling your bought off he's like you are the most valuable player in this team because you're willing to do with nobody else is willing to do and and really like that that that conversation changed my life in it that you know that that year and i thought to myself hey if if i can be the most valuable player in any team if i'm willing to do what nobody else who wanted to do so i've i've develop many relationships with contractors like i said i i decided i was going to be that middle operations part of of of uh of the of the real estate game and then from there like death where most of my original connection start a trump but most of my original connection started from me being the contractor going out and reaching out to investors that and i i tell them hey if i can help you find the house if i can then rehab the house for you and then if i can hook you up with the rate realtor to sell the house would you be willing to give me the rehab that's all i wanted to time i didn't realize how much value the other pieces were at the time um when i started doing that and my 20s now i do and now i i would love to find contractors that would be willing to healthy bind houses and give them sold right obvious if you tell me at all those three things right now i would i mean where do i sign up tom leg that would be that would told the make me happy you would have my business actually i even geared up four people per day for i 5 houses for them but now at wholesale could i'm so i make a little bit of money when i wholesale two of them and then i also help seldom bought on the back and so i i've decided to continue doing that that thing that i.
"tom legs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The party is gonna be stone stone piece up front for baskan broken up by the purple legal pocket manure cornered down low on the goal line higher slamming into the boards there and trying to skate away with it is chris griggs rigs has his pocket picked by geese look abboud hasn't abboud drift stress shoot say they buy wilted no rebound and of course had a couple of guys down there and you want to funnel that mug through which abboud did diesel was down there baskin was down there as well they were tangled up in wilson covers up and makes the save eight shots on goal for each of these teams in this game five twenty left in the first no score pretty tom legs lime is out in tomor is on the dock pays off nearsighted circle land i think we're going to get a false alarm drop are they were picking up a piece of lumber somebody lost the stick on the other end of the ice fill the gap that out of the way now will drop the puck over here in the niagara and in front of brian wilted who's been great air force wins the dry rogers to summer summer fumbles the pot but gets a back skates in at a corner slammed into the boards by abacha's some take your word proof proof peels away and the purple vow from running here we take it in deep turn it over rogers reach out of finds a man open at the blue line and the falcons deputy into the niagara in trying to find the pocket his feet his chris harper for the purple eagles thousands converge on him and a stick battle on a half boards over here on their side won by air france to meraj is at the point his shot blocked never got it back out to the neutral zone at cubs gap in quite rare michael tactical packer we'll send again and getting a stick on it was justin kindle and had what's up an adequate air going for a change in attitudes are trying to wrap that thing around instead it was tipped up an out of playing time out four thirty three to go first period still scoreless here at why are we in a home.
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"tom legs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Charsharief ticket prices you get out you gotta go now listen i trust that fact i mean that's just a fact life mike well that's not how they do it how they do it is they look at the optics of the season late in the season that's how they believe in things now again there are guys who aren't on one year ten years tom coughlin wasn't on a oneyear thing he has already won two super bowls he had a great spirit it took him three years losing to leave and he got another year he got he went back and got a third year one of the prompt one of the problems was and it was very difficult for dzhumber to get rid of them one of the problems was tisch one of them the go after the second year he thought it was time and i guess they made an agreement where one more losing here and all agree he had the next using the losing year tomkins say john could save tom even if you wanted to see it promises that one mornings out lost again now it's hamas rift was upset about was that they spend all that money the after he left that's what he was talked about they spent tournament on defense year after he left so he felt he was being set up a little bit and listen he wasn't they love them it just circumstances didn't work and tom leg beckham off the hook back to do leg beckham off the hook ownership has led beckham off the hook until finally john done enough male and is fan base was upset enough by the antics in the end zone that he finally responded to a john will always respond to letters so if you think your voice doesn't count with john letters matt to his father led his matter the him they do is the make me.
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"Awareness week tom legs dimension of wells because he likes to use the word lead pine because it makes him sound clever yet tell you say lupine refers to the well species right the results of animal adjectives vine iin joint ovine ovine is good for us shape friends ovalles's blowing wind lupine volt pine barrens occurred hang on he's an airline what's volp line four pine fox like they're good i would put the men in the lupine bag must south australia i would've wild dogs magramo puts me one category but anyway asking i'm ending a national wolf awareness wake thanks very much henry sometime someplace next week i think side david edelman an anthony brandt a to leaders in their respective fields eagleton's a near a scientist at stanford university his accessible approach to presenting the workings of the brain has appeared in programming for the bbc and elsewhere brent is professor of composition at rice university and is composed chained operas a music for theater film television and more what unites them is a fascination with how humans get creative and why we did it more than any other species why for example don't cows choreographed dance his wasn't squirrels build elevators jew his new book the runaway species how human creativity remakes the world sixty wants us some of these questions and a little out yet they joined tom to talk about it his anthony i've been working with david has been incredible privilege enjoy we loved every single minute of it.