6 Burst results for "Tommy White"

"tommy white" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:43 min | 5 months ago

"tommy white" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Directly to a big league coaching job or pitching coach jab, at least like do not pass go, do not put your time in the minors. He went all the way, and that's because college coaches seemingly have become a lot more desirable to big league teams just because of some of the coaching trends that have gone on in college lately. Absolutely. And it's a really appealing jump to make. The money is good. It's comparable. I think he's, it's about like a 30 K pay raise all together. I mean, it's all public, right? Because it's a public institution. Right. So all the specific dollar figures get released. But I do think it's notable that Johnson didn't go back to the twins and ask for more money from them. This wasn't the type of situation where you get a job offer from somewhere and you pit it against your current employer to get more money, which you should do. That's a good thing. Everyone, do that if you can. But this was not that situation. And a lot of that is because I think for Johnson, it's just a better job, both in terms of what he's doing at work. And how much time he is spending on the road. When you're a college pitching coach or a college coach, you're home in the city that you live in from, you know, the middle of early August ish, all the way to when the season starts in February. With obviously some maybe minor recruiting exceptions. But for the most part, that's half the year you're spending at home, which is incredible. Versus in the big leagues where you're probably showing up to spring training in mid February and you're done at the end of September or the end of October, right? And even in season, you're traveling significantly less because in the college season, you're playing a weekend series every other weekend. So every other week on your home during the week, your home, the whole week, and if you're a family person, you know, if you're, then that's a good thing, right? You just get to chill. Admit the kids, spend more time with kids? Yeah. Well, and I think that I'm just looking at a report here from Dan Hayes and the athletic. I think one of the things I don't want to correct you, Jake, but it sounds like the complete compensation package might actually be more lucrative coming at MLC than it would for the twins. I think from a base salary perspective, it's pretty comparable. Hillary and 380 K with LSU and was earning 400,000 with the twins, but the sort of total compensation package and I don't know what else is included there is up to 750 without you. That's pretty sick. You got a lot of SEC, man. SEC is crazy. And that is an important part of it. I have this is from the Baton Rouge advocate. I have in front of me. You know, includes $800 a month vehicle allowance, relocation bonus of $25,000. And then there's some really interesting things that are in the contract about what jobs he's allowed to leave for and how much money he has to give back to LSU. But that's the other takeaway here, right? LSU is very representative of a trend in college baseball right now. That there's money coming in. I would probably say in total, maybe around 20 programs make money, okay? Which is important to know. As a whole. And I maybe that's a shockingly low number to people, but the TV revenue is only recently started coming in in the last handful of years. Right. That being said, LSU is very much at the top of the list. Yeah, it's one of those programs, for sure. Yeah. But I just think it's worth pointing out that their new head coach, Jay Johnson, who came over from Arizona, is known as a really good recruiter, and already in this, you know, I guess we're calling it a transfer window now with the transfer portal has swooned a number of really big names in the college game to transfer to LSU, including Tommy white, who kind of went viral at the beginning of the season for hitting 35 home runs. In the opening weekend. Yeah. And Christian little, who was a pitcher at Vanderbilt, who was getting a lot of hype at a high school a couple of years ago. Well, and he had already brought over half of Arizona's roster with him when he made the initial move. So he was in good shape there. I mean Ben made mention of sort of the changing landscape from a pitching perspective in collagen. I guess for our listeners who are a little less familiar with the college game, can you talk about your perception of how advanced pitching writ larges and then how concentrated that advancement is because my closest college team is ASU and you look at the way the ASU is doing. Pitch design will perhaps not shock people that are program helmed by Willy bloom quest feels behind relative to places like LSU. So I don't mean to say that the entire college sort of landscape is taking a step forward collectively but kind of where is pitching in college right now and how our teams thinking about pitch design in ways that might even mimic big League clubs. Well, it's in a very bizarre spot. And there are a number of factors why. Pitching this year in college baseball on a statistical level has never been worse. Now, that is due in part to injuries from a number of the top. Draft prospects ahead of the year, and part of that is due to there being a number of older hitters that weren't drafted due to, you know, there was a trend of people coming back for 5th year, 5th year seniors, because the draft is smaller now. But as a whole, pitcher sucked this year. Offense was way up across the board in college baseball. But at the same time, there's a huge discrepancy between the programs that are ahead and the programs that are behind, even bigger than what you see at the big league level because there's less of a pressure from ownership or like a 35 year old GM with a Harvard degree. Right. Breathing down the neck of a coach who's been there for so long. If you look an example, take a look at UCLA. So coach John savage has been there for a long time. He had the Garrett Cole Trevor Bauer teams and was one of the first guys to really embrace some of the basic things that driveline was doing or at least allow your players to do that, right? But now he hasn't really moved at all in the last decade and is considered very behind the 8 ball, right? More of an old school guy. And then you have programs, for example, at wake forest, has an entire pitching den. I know of a division three program Lebanon valley college in Pennsylvania. They have their own pitch design rap Soto lab, okay? So it really does run the gambit from super head to super behind, but there are certainly some around the college game that are like, okay, well, teams are spending all this money on pitching development and where are we?.

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"tommy white" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"tommy white" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"He's actually it appears, yes, understanding how to parking lot. Yes, sir. Had to come out here for, you know, so I could talk to you guys had to come outside of my warehouse. Well, thanks for getting up early. Thanks for doing this. You're a lifelong fan of those dreaded New York Yankees. He's Taylor writes. If you had an opportunity today to be in a room with a players and with the owners, as they negotiate, what would you say to them? Well, buster, I've been trying to put some words together that I think I could say to billionaire baseball owners because, you know, me and those guys have a lot in common. You know, it came down to two things I think I would say to both parties. The first thing I would say to the gentleman in that room is do you think that the 12 year old versions of yourself would be proud right now? Be proud of the negotiations and the progress you're making in this sport of baseball and the labor talks. And the players themselves, the union might have an easier answer to that question simply coming from that they believe they're on the morality side. They're trying to better the game. They're trying to get the players paid at a younger age. And the second thing I would sort of ask is more targeted to the owners, do they, what legacy means to them? Because the almighty dollar at the end of the day is what's going to come down to what's important to the owner's side and the players are trying to get all that back. They're trying to fight all that back, but legacy matters. And looking back and looking forward because if you look in as far as owners go and executives, you think of George Steinbrenner. And Charlie Finley. And you know, you can even go cross sports and if you're going to think of superstar owners, Jerry Jones for the cowboys. Michael Jordan for basketball for the Charlotte team that he owns. Those owners are superstars as far as executives and figureheads in their sport, but as far as baseball goes, those owners, the superstar owners have their status has diminished. And it's purely becoming from the fact that they're not trying to better the game. George Steinbrenner spent money to try to win. Charlie Finley was coming up with all these creative things to better the game. You know, the superstar owners that they have now, well, one of them just quit yesterday on his franchise because he felt like, well, we don't know yet, excuse me. I actually can't speak too much on the Derek Jeter case. But you have one of your owners and executives yesterday, leave his team. And there is another superstar owner that it seems like the rest of the teams are trying to suppress in one Steve Cohen. And Steve Cohen is trying to be a modern version of George Steinbrenner and it appears that the leagues, the league and the teams are trying to suppress his spending habits for the betterment of his team and essentially the betterment of October baseball. Yeah, another owner in that same position, Peter seidler, the San Diego Padres, who obviously is trying to win. Real quick, tell me on a scale of one to ten, your level of anger if they don't get a deal done today and how will that manifest that anger if they don't get a deal done? Well, probably probably on a scale of one to ten, a 9 or ten just as much as any baseball fan. I would be heartbroken if there was a baseball this summer, but I'll tell you what, the opportunity for baseball outside of Major League Baseball is huge right now. You know, everyone's being excited right now about the hot start of college baseball. You have Tommy white out NC state blowing up and Bryce Harper put out a cryptic message the other day about joining, I believe, that Nippon league and Japan knife and leek or some of the Korean leagues. You know, shoot. It wasn't as far as talking about superstar owners here in Portland, not too long ago, about 40 or 50 years ago. We had a gentleman by the name of Bing Crosby come out and try to get baseball started again here in Portland as far as independent ball. As far as indie league goes, an independent baseball league in minor league baseball. And there's an independent baseball team out here in Portland called the Portland pickles who generate a little buzz and the in the twitterverse and the social media world simply just by trying to stir any kind of attention on that team that they can and it's just a small little team in southeast Portland. That's an independent baseball team, but the opportunity to sort of watch this beautiful game is manifesting itself in very unique ways because of unfortunately these labor talks. All right. I appreciate it. Thanks for getting up early for us. All right, on, thank you, buster. It's truly an honor. Katie.

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"tommy white" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"tommy white" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And we are back here on a Wednesday afternoon rocky is up next. Hey rocky. Hey, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. First up, first time caller, always a long time listener. Thank you very much. Now I was a manager on coach Bryant came that year and it was so balmy that 21°. I've never been to Alaska, but I don't think I've ever been that cold working a game before in my entire life. Rocky and the crazy thing is, I mean, we're in Memphis, Tennessee, which is not exactly the North Pole. No. I've told the story many years ago, but I'll tell it again, as you remember, the fourth quarter lasted an hour, at least. And oh my gosh. Stupid me. This was before you could just look at your phone, weather app. I didn't even check the weather. I went to the game wearing a sport coat and oh my God. I was on the sideline and so we watched the end of the game and I was a young reporter, I thought this was the biggest story of my life, that nothing would ever be more significant than coverage. So then we go to coach Bryant's farewell press conference as you remember, very famous moment. Correct. When he invited everybody to come by and see him afterward. And so then I go up to the press box, rocky, it's about a quarter to 12 and the deadline is midnight. But arrogant me, I knew that there weren't a print to pay for without my article. And I sat down to type and my hands were frozen, and I could not move them. Surprised me. So I went into the Instagram thinking I could get some hot water naturally that did not happen. So it took me at least it took me about 20 minutes before I could even move my hands to type the bear bride final game article. And I'll never forget that day as you tell me I'll be quiet here. I want to hear what it was like on the sideline as that game was looking desperate for a long time. Well, like you said, coach errands even made a statement that I can't repeat on the air about how we better win this F in game, you know, but that's the famous person from Tampa, by the way. That's correct. Yeah, that was his personal manager. I was his manager when he was coaching the running backs, but it was so cold. It was survivable. And of course, Jeremiah and got him Stan gay a couple of great place to talk the ball loose to keep Illinois out of the end zone and I actually have that ball here in my house. And I was one of two of the ball boys. Oh yeah. You know, you can't let history pass you by when you have opportunities like that. But it was super super cold. People who were not there just don't understand how cold it was. 39 years later, I'm still trying to figure out where coach Bryan got that Parker. He looked like he was. He was running for the game. I can assure you. He's had it in his locker. We had to pack it for him. I don't know. He knew something that we didn't know, but we packed all that gear for him before we went up there. So he apparently knew something. But I got to tell this quick story. The day after the game was really interesting. My balls told me to get on the elevator and go downstairs, and they don't coach to come out. When we got ready to go to the airport, we know how everybody was trying to get a big story from everybody they could. Well, the media had the media had cornered Billy varner his personal bodyguard in the corner of the main lobby. So I go down the elevator and I'm waiting for coach Bryant, me and another manager, and we walk over. And I may not have 40 people got Billy cornered and got all the microphones and type of quarters in his mouth. Saying, hey, was it like his personal party art? And here comes coach Brown how the elevator. And so coach Brad walks up with us. I'm walking with him and the reporters don't even see us and coach hollers out barely. I'm gonna go get the car and bring it around. I have never seen a 55 year old man run that fast to go get the personal car. That is hilarious. That was oh, I'm telling you. I thought he was going to ride on the bus with us. But he still had that Chevrolet blue Chevrolet Impala. He wanted to ride in all time. I guess Billy drove it from tuska Lisa. But that's what he wrote to the airport. But yeah, for him to haul out, Billy. You just keep on talking. I'm on pull the car around. That was a funny moment I'm telling you. The day before I alluded to this, he invited some of the some of the older sports writers up to his suite for some. You say that, yeah. And I want to make it clear 39 years later, my name's on the story in the archives, but I was not invited. But my boss was Claude Bolton. Bill lumpkin. And okay, I love that. I can say this now because we buried Bill this June, Bill wanted to go down there like have a tidy or two and laugh with coach Bryant and he knew he brought me along as his young reporter because I was there to work. I wasn't there to say farewell. So I had my notebook out and wrote really an amazing story about what went down. We were up there an hour hour and a half. It's a member of the suite at the river on hotel overlooking the Mississippi. The funniest thing is Billy was in there and coach Bryan was hungry. And he brought him over some you remember like some cheese and bread or crackers. I don't know what it was. And I looked at it and he looked at me, he said, this is for me. You're not up here for lunch. Is it to say, I know you weren't invited. You're just here as the courier for your boss. But it was one of the most I mean, he was very reflective that day. He talked about why he had continued I think I had asked him I said, did you ever consider leaving the year before after you won the 315th game? And he explained why he didn't. And you understand this, he said, if I had left, what was going to happen to everybody on that staff and all the managers and people like Billy, there were and he stuck around because at a loyalty, I think he was sick. You knew he was sick. And he knew. And that's basically like in those moments that you saw him, rocky. Well, people don't understand Paul and you've been an old Memphis native. Of course you are, aren't you? Well, you know, I'm from New Yorker, but I was born in Memphis. Okay. Well, coach brunt, he had a soft side. When he came to football and between the lines and everything, he was hard notes. I mean, absolutely. Working for him. I mean, you had to be on your P's and Q's even work inform. But I can remember a practice that 81 season. A little boy from saint Jude's had called the secretary and asked for coach if he could come up and visit with the boy. And in the middle of practice, coach left and got on the plane. And went up there and visited that boy. I mean, we just kept on practicing. We had coaches. It could handle practice. And people don't realize he did stuff like that. He would go do things for people and he'd fly back and be there the next day for practice like nothing ever happened. So people don't know how soft hearted and how generous he was. I was one of the first members of the Paul Brian scholarship fund. Pat trembles son and thread sanctions daughter and myself. My dad was Tommy white..

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"tommy white" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"tommy white" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Those who say Detroit and those who say Detroit where are you, right? Uh, let me think about that if I'm just talking to Detroit, so I'm Detroit. Probably thinking as I as it rolls off my tongue, my old man would say, Detroit It was really wild. I don't know if it came from like his old Hank. We're watching Hank Greenberg back in the day or something. I don't know. You know, it's funny. I lived outside of Detroit for my first year out of college. So so have intuited. Do you in the motor city, huh? But you're going to like, Are you going to Bob Seger shows that or what? You know, that was for Polly. By the way, I've seen Bob Seger. He's one of my absolute favorites. In fact, unfortunately, before the pandemic, he was my second to last concert, and I think he doesn't tore anymore. So I wanted to make sure I saw him because he's one of my absolute favorites. Is Greg Cosell down with Little Night moves? Are you telling me that right now we're down a little night. You know, that's that's you know, obviously the song everybody knows about you know, the seminal pull of it against the wind, Greg, you know against the wind is is That to me is a great song with one of the all time great lines, which I wish I didn't know Now. What? I didn't know that. You know what? I'm getting emotional right now. Polly Mac being off today. This is devastating that he's missing this little riff here because he's you know, as you know, mr Music. So, uh, I know. Hey, we'll spin around before we let you go. Just a quick spin around the league tonight. Here they come. Tom Brady. Oh, my God. He's still too and believe we I believe we are now required to refer to him as t V 12. Okay? I don't know. Touchdown, Tommy White teeth. Tommy seven Super Bowl, Tom. Me. I don't know All 22 starters back. We're talking to your body and rapid more from the NFL network. We said What's the story? Is there any story in Tampa Bay? Other than that, they're great. He's like No, he said. He went to their camp, and he was like There's nothing to talk about. They're just loaded. Everywhere you look and then you look at the Cowboys, Greg and you know you couldn't I don't know if you could Judge McCarthy six and 10 season with Dak Prescott being out and Zeke just went to hell in a hand basket. Um do you know in your opinion, though, is this Is this a situation where Tampa Bay asserts itself tonight, Or is there something Dallas can do to surprise Because this type of a defense is so good? How can Dallas move the ball against these guys? Well, Dallas has a lot of weapons, though. They've got a really good trio of receivers I've been, I think Dak Prescott evolution from his first year in the league to wear his now is really been wonderful. He's a really good quarterback. I watched all his drop back from last year before he got hurt, and he's a really good Quarterback. So they have a ton of offensive weapons, whether it can come to fruition. With Zack Martin being out and and obviously the old line, not being what it was 234 years ago. That remains to be seen, but but they on the perimeter. They've got a lot to work with. This is they are not a bad team when it comes to skill position players. In fact, they're probably in the top five or six in the league. And do you see Tampa Bay? How do you see them? Moving the ball? Mostly? What do you What do you think they're their best way to get the ball down and matriculate the ball. Um, I would think they'll they'll throw it quite a bit because I think the Cowboys secondary, particularly the corner position as a question mark, and I think with those three receivers Evans, Godwin and Brown, they're going to feel very good about matchups. When I looked at Tampa again this summer, I was to be honest with you surprised how much they threw outside to the one on one matchups because that's not the way you thought of Brady in New England. But he threw outside to one on one matchups with those receivers quite a bit when those guys are are tuft, those are tough aside. Now on the outside, so if they're passing the ball water are we assuming a lot of geo Bernard you think is going to be Ronald Jones is going to be lettered for net in the passing game. I assume it's it's Bernard, right? Well, yeah, again. I think they'll mix and match because they did a lot of passing last year at a base personnel. They have two tight ends on the field. They'd both be attached, and then they have the wider two wide receivers. Whoever they were really split in what we call plus splits, and then we just work the perimeter. So in that could be any one of the backs in that situation. Man. Oh, man, Greg, it's great to have you back. I can't wait By next week. We come into your town to giant Niners coming to see the Eagles, who are it's right who are a mystery? Right? The mystery machine that is the Philly Eagles this year on a mystery, You know, that's the thing about week one. You know, everybody wants to feel like they know exactly what's going to happen, But there's there's just a lot We don't know when it comes to week. One, says that stat that for how many consecutive years X number of teams that didn't make the playoffs make the playoffs every year. I mean, there is a Mean, Greg. It is statistically proven that the NFL Yeah, machine turns over every year, and you know how weak one is. There's always three or four games that play out in ways that we didn't expect at all. Yeah. Is there anything like for you like film Wise? Is there something like Is it Darnell's and Zach Wilson? Locking horns? Is it is it you know Josh Allen against the Steelers defense, or is there some sort of match up that their Lumen That's just like the best one for you?.

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"tommy white" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"tommy white" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Well beautiful mr goodwin. Oh we could get along together archie. If that's the way you. I am. I can't do anything about it. Anthony anthony anthony george. I thought both my repulsive half brother. And i were supposed to meet nero wolfe on here in case anybody wants to know over there in the shadows listening only. That's anthony. george. Shall we go and talk to nero wolfe. Anthony look like normal sort of person. Well that's open to question. Go on if you had to choose between ten million dollars and killing a woman by jill process of law. Which would you choose. I'll think about it between now and july nineteen ninety-four now shall we go talk to nero wolfe april twentieth nineteen fifty one sydney greenstreet in the new adventures of neural wolf on classic radio theater. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. 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Come up for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed new generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll earn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council. They're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station the new adventures of nero wolfe from april twentieth. Nineteen fifty one. Yes mr ryan into now into last choosy that you lean. Does it make any different thirteen years ago. I was six. What she means is that she was six when she died. I didn't die anthony. Sweet obviously but magda krill did with my mother his mother anthony says he doesn't remember me child but i remember him the breath. What about me. When i was about four five eight or nine i suppose. Do you remember dressing up in one of daddy's tail coats sword and mothers hat with a plume of hers i did. You're still not my sister. Don't worry anthony when polar father died. I'll support you jesus. I made a mistake a mistake. You heard i wanted to talk to these young people. I don't take them away. Tv young to an acre on my salary as part of that investigation be charged to mr hottest was no hardship at all in fact it was a pleasure. We dropped anthony george off the trail. Place magda i went on and on early. You can't make enemies that way will take me out to find out whether you really grail's daughter. How did he expect you to find out. And he probably add some idea. But i don't know what it could have been honestly cheek. You think i'm telling the truth. Wait a minute. Maybe i i don't think you i just don't think give me my handbag arch things. I've got something that might interest both you mr wolf snapshots that were taken me. Before i was six. I kept me beautiful. Can't you see those pictures of me. Kids that young say but they are pictures of justice. I found him in mr photograph. My father i mean. here's something. Tommy white bearskin rock. Babies pictures taken that way he give it to where to say. What's his mark under your shoulder. Blade loop booth. Mike might look. Why are you so interested in babies. Because i always thought i should have been a mother. Now look if you still got that mark on your back at least i suppose show. I don't go.

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"tommy white" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"tommy white" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Well beautiful mr goodwin. We could get along together archie. If that's the way you are catching to do anything about it and all anthony. George thought both my repulsive half brother. And i were supposed to meet nero wolfe. I'm here in case anybody wants to know over there in the shadows listening with all his ears. That's anthony george. Shall we go and talk to narrow wolf anthony. Goodwin look like a normal sort of prison. Well that's open to question but go on if you had to choose between ten million dollars and killing a woman by jill process of law. Which would you choose. I'll think about it between now and july nineteen ninety four. Now shall we go talk to nero wolfe april twentieth nineteen fifty one sydney greenstreet in the new adventures of nero wolfe on radio theater. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell look. These vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen they can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meat and seafood and there doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for come up for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council join me as i prepare a collection of cherished family recipes pass through generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot go. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the. Usda s and the ad council. You're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station the new adventures of nero wolfe for april twentieth. Nineteen fifty one. Yes mr will ryan late into now under last tuesday that you living does it. Make any difference. I think thirteen years ago. I was six. What she means is that she was six when she died. I didn't die anthony. Sweet obviously but magda krill did with my mother his mother anthony says he doesn't remember me child but i remember him breath. What about me. When i was about four five eight or nine i suppose. Do you remember dressing up in one of daddy's tail coats sword and mothers hat with a plume of hers i did. You're still not my sister. Don't worry anthony when below father dies. I'll support you either. I made a mistake a mistake. You and i wanted to talk to these young people. I don't take them away. Tv unrelated to on my salary as part of that investigation beach To mr hottest was no hardship it all in fact it was a pleasure. We dropped anthony. George off the krill. Place mac then. I went on and on wonderful. You can't make enemies. Aren't you mr wolf. You take me off whether you really grail's daughter how to be paid you to find out aydin probably add some idea. I don't know what it could've been honestly. Do you think i'm telling the truth the wait a minute. Maybe i i don't think you like i. Just don't think give me my handbag arch thanks. I got something that might interest both you mr snapshots that were taking me before. I was six. I kid look at me beautiful. Can't you see those pictures. Sort of me. Young all say they are picked up. I found him into creoles photograph. My father i mean. here's something. Tommy white bearskin rock babies. Get the picture taken that way he give it to where to say. Let's just mark under your shoulder. Blade salute brooke night. It's look honey..

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