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Filmmaker Michael Moore Pens HisOwn version of 2nd Amendment

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | Last month

Filmmaker Michael Moore Pens HisOwn version of 2nd Amendment

"I want to tell y'all about this story. Of this man whose brain is completely faulting him. In his name is Michael Moore, now Michael Moore, he made one documentary that I have any respect for him. It's the one calling out these liberals virtue signaling about climate change. I mean, he may 1 documentary. Maybe he fell on his head and accidentally made a documentary telling the truth. But the rest of his life, he's being an incredible idiotic individual. So now what is Michael Moore decided to decide to do? Michael Moore has decided that we need a Twenty-eighth Amendment to repeal and replace the Second Amendment. Whoo. You know he's stupid. The repeal replaced the Second Amendment. Now, let me read to you some articles or sections of his amendment. I'm going to read them to you verbatim, so I don't miss any of the stupidity. Initially saying that he wants to get rid of the Second Amendment because of violence or whatever the case may be, he claimed that the section one should read the rights of the free people to be kept free from gun violence. And the fear thereof must not be in French and Shelby protected by the Congress and the states.

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 Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

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Gaudreau's OT goal gives Flames 3-2 win over Stars in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Gaudreau's OT goal gives Flames 3-2 win over Stars in Game 7

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3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

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Paul scores 2, Lightning hold off Maple Leafs 2-1 in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Paul scores 2, Lightning hold off Maple Leafs 2-1 in Game 7

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Heat beat 76ers 99-90 in Game 6 to advance to East finals

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Heat beat 76ers 99-90 in Game 6 to advance to East finals

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Chytil scores in 3rd, Rangers beat Penguins 5-3 in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Chytil scores in 3rd, Rangers beat Penguins 5-3 in Game 5

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Booker scores 28, Suns rout Mavericks 110-80 for 3-2 lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Booker scores 28, Suns rout Mavericks 110-80 for 3-2 lead

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Justin Turner hits 3 of Dodgers' 8 doubles in rout of Bucs

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Justin Turner hits 3 of Dodgers' 8 doubles in rout of Bucs

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Harden, Embiid power 76ers past Heat, even series 2-2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Harden, Embiid power 76ers past Heat, even series 2-2

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Mavs get defensive, top Suns 103-94 for 2-1 series deficit

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Mavs get defensive, top Suns 103-94 for 2-1 series deficit

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Small businesses scramble for workers

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Small businesses scramble for workers

"Four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs were were were were added added added added in in in in April April April April even even even even so so so so small small small small businesses businesses businesses businesses are are are are still still still still scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling to to to to find find find find and and and and keep keep keep keep workers workers workers workers right right right right now now now now there there there there are are are are about about about about two two two two jobs jobs jobs jobs for for for for every every every every unemployed unemployed unemployed unemployed person person person person in in in in this this this this country country country country there there there there have have have have been been been been on on on on average average average average about about about about four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand new new new new jobs jobs jobs jobs added added added added each each each each of of of of the the the the last last last last twelve twelve twelve twelve months months months months some some some some four four four four point point point point eight eight eight eight million million million million jobs jobs jobs jobs in in in in total total total total small small small small businesses businesses businesses businesses are are are are caught caught caught caught in in in in the the the the squeeze squeeze squeeze squeeze Christopher Christopher Christopher Christopher Clark Clark Clark Clark owns owns owns owns cut cut cut cut above above above above landscaping landscaping landscaping landscaping in in in in Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts the the the the lucky lucky lucky lucky if if if if you you you you get get get get them them them them in in in in the the the the door door door door and and and and you're you're you're you're really really really really lucky lucky lucky lucky if if if if they they they they stay stay stay stay for for for for a a a a while while while while he he he he says says says says he's he's he's he's been been been been trying trying trying trying to to to to find find find find another another another another three three three three to to to to five five five five full full full full time time time time workers workers workers workers Craigslist Craigslist Craigslist Craigslist indeed indeed indeed indeed word word word word of of of of miles miles miles miles or or or or anything anything anything anything just just just just nobody nobody nobody nobody nobody's nobody's nobody's nobody's coming coming coming coming to to to to the the the the door door door door to to to to apply apply apply apply for for for for a a a a position position position position the the the the tight tight tight tight labor labor labor labor market market market market has has has has employers employers employers employers offering offering offering offering higher higher higher higher wages wages wages wages and and and and other other other other incentives incentives incentives incentives which which which which have have have have in in in in turn turn turn turn led led led led to to to to pressures pressures pressures pressures to to to to raise raise raise raise prices prices prices prices I'm I'm I'm I'm Jim Jim Jim Jim acquire acquire acquire acquire

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US hiring was likely strong again in April despite inflation

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

US hiring was likely strong again in April despite inflation

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Paul has another stellar fourth, Suns blow past Mavs 129-109

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Paul has another stellar fourth, Suns blow past Mavs 129-109

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Brown scores 30, Celtics beat Bucks 109-86 to even series

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00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Brown scores 30, Celtics beat Bucks 109-86 to even series

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Morant's last-second layup gives Grizzlies 3-2 series lead

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00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Morant's last-second layup gives Grizzlies 3-2 series lead

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Paul, Ayton help Booker-less Suns beat Pelicans 114-111

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00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Paul, Ayton help Booker-less Suns beat Pelicans 114-111

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Hockey Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur dies at age 70

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00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Hockey Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur dies at age 70

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"twenty eight" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

FuseBox Radio Broadcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

"Way has the can't feel turned down on sale. Now let you know. What don't we stop breath inject we step. I'm ready to snap. The poco chose process. You're thinking depicting round run second seat. Shut down as you tell as we just played the whole the real also incredible sites pay zoo talk. Thank you okay. I was thinking love arrest in the didn't do it. But that's the way that's like the only man because it get back past. Come on let's go built with the romney michael talk twenty eight.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"What about so yet. It's a between episode seven and episode eight. Yep that's perfect because both together. I'm okay with putting that in the middle. Now i grab that and i put that and we have our overall ranking so yep and now from individual ranking. I put this in fifteenth place of which is kind of directly in the middle of the of the show probably looking at other ones put above it. I feel like some of them. Don't deserve to be above it but others do deserve to be above it. But that's kinda just where Episode twenty eight for me Stevie where we going to be putting episode twenty eight. I get in eleventh place. The three point fives okay. So below twenty one and above episode seven yet that right okeydokey so th place for episode twenty. That's a good place Queen where we pudding episode twenty eight. I'm going to put it above guru dimond episode episode thirteen. I got us. So that is in ninth place so basically overall like a pretty like okay episode. Like new which is a surprise like i was like. Oh i like this episode too much. Everybody's going to say it's terrible and it's going to be may saying but i like the fact it wasn't completely terrible. It could have been so much worse on and with a marked improvement even if it was not you know the everything i could have wanted. Yeah it wasn't good. It was fine. It wasn't like The worst also. Yeah so much worse. Yeah but Yes so that. So that's our Ranking for this week do we have any miscellaneous things to bring up before we move onto the the questions and comments. I set this while you're away but carries on the search for plot like that. I really i really liked that. Like a lot of so title spill. We have so many. What is the what is my one. I like the the working title. Oh yeah i headed as chung as palimony just because on being so big that just my working cuddle. I hope problem. As i said i always come up with a working title. That is just like as soon as i watched the episode. I come up with something. Just because at least i had something. Sometimes i don't. Sometimes i'm just completely empty as opposed to like hikari but yes such points will be my favorite so far so thank you for that to move on to questions eight. Taro on youtube has pointed out. And this is something that i didn't pick up but it is very much True is that according to ease map. Brazil does not exist. There is no brazil map. No and that's just like i remember. The world is significantly different in places. Yeah yeah which just like that. They didn't consider looking at a map. Apparently at all. Like i mean part of it wants to believe that. It's all part of the review but yet Brazil does not exist in the reboot. There there is no brazil brazil in the original series. So we just cut out yet but yeah gel anaconda. Where does that come from canada. Okay so an episode okay. Yeah no was over in europe. We know it's not no no not as warm. If he brazilians in south america briefly forgot geography existed. So the show of the south america deals with america are deemed myself very quickly but i briefly had brain stop wear and that was painful. I compliment. i'm just like the show. I'm terrible yes so yeah. That's the thing i'm terrible of mitch. Who says when we have the group going up against adults and perfects and struggling unless they use magical teamwork's the dish one feel underpowered so teamwork is supposed to be important but.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"These well really miasma is bad. But it gives you superpowers but maybe the superpowers are not completely in control. Maybe we'll get some more dark evolutions. If so god please him on duck evolution wen exhort. Should i mean if my theory is right we have at least elmo undock evolving kind of maybe maybe yeah like i said i go for you. Were taking the adventure. Universe which can honestly has regular evolutions warp evolutions armor evolutions job evolutions. And i think. I'm probably forgetting something but a lot of different types. Just throw them all together. Yeah i did say armor. But yeah there's i think there's a few from the cards and things that i could probably come up with. I sat thought about it but it doesn't matter. There's a lot of different things that you can do with this. Please do it. Give me alternate evolution. Lions give me. Oh yeah. I just found this weird. I can show up here every time we've come up with an interesting idea. The show hasn't done it basically. I'm i'm hopeful that maybe we're turning toward executing on one of these things because he getting kidnapping just going along with it. Not even shouting now. Something is maybe moving a direction. But i'm okay. So i'm not done yet because still just off the stuff that i wrote down the continued So we've got all of the stuff with corruption and Whatever we call that my asthma. Let's see did you. Or i guess vaguely stronger than other dejima. Weird teleportation stuff but we still don't know why the holy mono important or calling people lots of magic stuff and possibly carrying taco can't have personalities because homeo- stasis or something magical but just the number of steps involved in this plan that it's supposed to be understood by like a nine year old is kind of a lot sound bird bonds. Still thing was. That was how deputy by a pipe health. I don't happen to them. I think about the often like hey what happened to them. Like no way just win. No they're not just going to be hanging out like a continuing they just don't exist other than just. They're sort of like pot of davy jones. Like blackie is made so much more sense. When was blackie is because like that. May i think everyone control..

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"It's just a one off thing like you have to unlock get a pounding on a pound you can just get it by saying digital's name like it's not. It's nothing and just a brief side note. I'm so happy to see another underrated digital make. An appearance of ultraman was has been around since two thousand five and was in the digital accelerate a virtual pet and then he did appeal once in an episode of life young hunters and that's it So i'm a big fan of them showing all these digital the. They've had like in their personal like years and years. Like two thousand and five. And if you think about the franchise wasn't even ten years. Old the franchise was very young. Was fifteen years ago. This digital wanna has shown up like basically once during that time in the anime. And i don't know i just love when the virtual pet didn't show up it's the same thing like gunman's moans randomly individual now like thank you digital for having these digital designs. You're actually thinking of using now and so big fan of that anyway. Ultras mode and voltron font but it starts to amount to an attack hotter battle. But i'm so happy that it's not working out middle dream onto just attack hotter like h time. He just liked it yet. Ties you just yelling. Even look it's such lady cool for a minute. If you ignore the fact that it's completely ineffective it's just yeah a lot like the. But they try to do the shining thing just attack and i keep on attacking bigger and it's not enough and i'm just so happy to say that like we. It's something that we hadn't really say like previously the attack. Hey have you tried attacking. Just have you tried yelling. Have you tried trying like if you consider the powers friendship. Yeah it's not just like okay. The power friendship made me attack. Big no well okay. In this case it's sort of did but it was more like middle graham on half evolves to walk on and then is able to him but the attacking bigger as middle. graham ultra-smooth doesn't work. And i think that this is. This is the reason why. I like this episode. So much is that they kept on attacking bigger. But it didn't work because volts ramon is fine with being down in flames He's fine and the it's great. It's just appreciate how the fact that attacking big. It doesn't work for the first time in the entire history of digital. I mean what do you think about the end of it. They just attacked bigger. They did that they probably well. Yeah but it was like a sort of evolution that car. You would vocation with the war grim on sort of showing up thing. I hope that that can start happening for someone else. Great to happen to someone else. But i i don't mind it's only it's only happened twice. Don't be a fool evolution so it seems like they're gonna take their time with this. I hope that they take their time with all the evolutions. We don't just get like up. I'm able to evolve now magic. Do they can't maintain that level. Yeah i yeah which again. I i like that like i am sold on the idea. That will do Job evolutions once we get to mega. That would be interesting and allow you to do some interesting things especially few didn't limit it to like one permanent team yet. Like i mean. I've been kind of looking at the new virtual pet releases and as adults kagame to who shows up in both of those sort of lake who will show up in the anime just because we seem to be getting a lot of digital who are either showing up on the pendulum's heads or in the In the Count game.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"So good and i kind of have this theory that they're not gonna get back together until like they're done with their evolution knocks. I think that they're all separated. So they can have their individual episodes where they get to their Their ultimate while. I try sizing mega because ultimate confusing vallejo. If they use this opportunity to have make revolutions it means that we sort of get the how they interact with their own digital just by themselves maybe get some bit of personality full the digital. Yes that would be I feel like it's overdone separation. Arc's a lot. I mean most this morning so it's have we actually been together as a group of alright be more than six tops. Yeah like in place soon as we get together like as soon as the whole cost Including team or anything they on. We still need to get separated again and like i mean we've only just become a group of eight like lost episode. Yeah so tiny be like two episodes of them being an actual group mentioned. Okay go take care of your sister and it's like oh right. This is maybe the first time you've ever explicitly talked about how you both have siblings. That's about it so it's only going get to screenshot. then go through. Well i kind of want to show. Of titanic kari's mother who's just now forgotten. She has any children. Please please go back to tie cheese. Mom we keep getting news about nasa. Do we not care at all the pictures model. That was two missing children you. I'm still kind of annoyed that they had her on the screen and she didn't seem worried like at least when me sold the other parents We have him gritting mail caring she already because she was there kind of priscilla rams trouble like i don't know i sorta got in trouble like she doesn't because he's mom doesn't like that will go on for the same amount of time..

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"And anyway speaking yard character to a widely drawn one slowly drawn in the sane. And then we have like a shot of touchy in his head. He's a lot bigger than normal. So i feel like there were all over shoes with a separate like panama is the size of tk. Now no like. I normally the same as you. I don't look for animation errors. But i noticed a lot this episode. I'm sure there were plenty of others. That i didn't but it was a weirdly suction quality episode for an episode. I really cow. Like i was the global this episode. It's not terrible. The episode like my expectations are so low. Now i'm sort of like well. It's not terrible. Some tiling doesn't get some times like the other kids just because they were on their own so they had to do so. Good job is the best and also we got. I mean we're jumping ahead of it. But joe has the pun of ninety mona. Sort of like. What is this thing. But that's basically nunn's name it's ninety mon or securing. It's such a funny. Like like i think every time noni monash showed up in the anime character says ninety mono and that's just like thanks japan like he's name is literally. What is this thing. it's a league because what is he's a head with our legs. And i hate it like my favorite thing digital is when the us mono as an intended to moan as like like The digital model bracelet which is this new virtual pet sort of can watch fitbit sort of thing has the released a sort of like like a hint of the growth chart and they had the couple of digital shine and one of them is. I'm guessing the bad k. One if you don't exercise a lot and it's called the camel rather no machi mona. I cannot say mona nemo cayman which is part of the thing i said to times nemo came on which means lazy person. And it's it's the best thing ever and of course buckingham. On which is buckled on which is like ghosts all sort of like various monster miscellaneous monster or whatever so digital like doing this via the shots of all the kids being separated like. I'm actually hopeful i mean i know i've said i hate separation but only because they seem like the way of separation is usually sore convenient like at least this time. It's an attack okay. What if it's very frontier but it's not just like grasping at strings like this is why they're separate or this is how separated i dunno like i'm signed to like separation ox on the basis that at least we get to see characters. Yeah yeah the separation are potentially. I don't know. I wish there were an explanation for it like we call that. Try for this with the mugabe german. That somehow didn't kill them and it's not much better here and like the the characters have which is just like a headed this randomly. Huge attack like She said aw. Engine must've evacuated. Also kind.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Factor How many people out there feel that way about baseball? That's a good question because I can watch. I can watch any baseball game. I could sit down to watch. She gave it. Doesn't you don't get hyped on it. And the mariners. Oh and I get hyped on the mariners like I used. I don't get hyped on any sport like when I watch Zimmer's see and that's how it is for me when the Yankees play but the thing is I'm so used to losing as I also don't go the the opposite direction when they lose on the guy well just another day whatever. Sure as the sun came up this morning mariners will lose tonight because all those hook hold these more existence it a little bit. I hope hold on hope. One of these days days. It will all turn around while they tried to turn it around by giving robby can Nelson Performance enhancers but that didn't work out well and see the GM who signed him when they fired him. The owner said as either the owner of the president said we WANNA hire somebody WHO's not trying to learn on the job sick. Oh Wow that's all that strong. That is strong clearly. Had No idea what he was doing. Wow I did look. He may put those teams together so so bad. And now you've got dipoto. Who helped put together the Rangers when Gerald Series Health Castle the angels who you know have been good for a while but I think the put together a playoff team with them but Yeah they did. Yeah Yeah so so and and you know. The mariners came within a game two years ago. It's true and and and he said you know what this team has hit ceiling dared all part start over again. I'm saying ready for this proclaiming on the baseball together. podcast today that the mariners will make the playoffs in twenty twenty one. Yes yes it will have been twenty years their last playoff appearance however that team will content for world series in twenty contend for a world series in two thousand twenty one. Yes they will so let it be written celebi done. Jeez you heard it here first folks and with that. I'm going to say that if you haven't checked out the new prices on the shop go ahead and do that. The the hats are down. I dropped dropped hat. Prices the other day and didn't tell anybody because I wanted it to be a podcast exclusive reveal to surprise Nice. Yeah Brad didn't even know I didn't so go ahead shop dot nine plus US dot com. Pick yourself something nice. You know you deserve. I got my Baseball together sweatshirt coming this week. It shipped ship dip yesterday. Yeah I'm excited. I can't wear that but speaking of baseball together. Don't forget to stop by baseball together COM. I'm actually working on something right now. I've been taking in my time on it because they didn't want to rush it It's GonNa be surprise but I'm GonNa have this.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Me and I think that might be part of the reason we're GONNA see Saudi. We could Zia salary cap too is because the TV deals will change I think it was somebody in the NFL or the NBA said this. They just negotiated their last traditional. TV contract The after this it's going to be all streaming stuff because that's the way people consume sports. That's right and Major League baseball. You know you obviously Komo TV where you can stream all the games but you can't streaming your network or in your market. I think that's at. I think that might change change with the collective bargaining agreement if they come of some kind of new way to do that. You price will probably go up because they've got to make up for what they're not getting as far far as as far as local. TV deals but Yeah I think that's I think that's what we're going to be the future. Then you gotTA figure Merch. Nobody has to share the weapons on Merch. Yeah some of it comes from Merch And like you said. That's that's revenue sharing. I believe that spread across the League. That like because the nats sold more ran down Strasbourg insures or jerseys. This year doesn't mean that their payroll goes up the payroll as far as the league goes because everybody else gets that money. Yeah but it's not that yeah. It is broadcast rights. Yeah I think it's all broadcast rights if you've got the you've got the local TV deal. Then you've got the highest payroll and that's why the Yankees pay so much money for their players. They can buy those guys is because they have the money from that. TV deal from all those people that metropolitan area and same thing with the dodgers the dodgers yes. They were bought for a couple of billion dollars and they have a wealthy ownership hip group but at the same time L. as densely populated highly populated area metropolitan area and they're benefiting from the TV deals. And I don't think the angels does benefit from that as much being a little bit farther south And I think that's partly sunny changed their name to L. A. was looking into that market and claim some of that Some that TV revenue. Yeah I make sense but because I think it was about that time when did they change to the L. A.. Angels of Anaheim. Hi was that about the time. They signed pupils. I have no idea I quick. I've chosen to distance myself from that decision that it was portable because they're not the L.. Angels of Anaheim anymore. Now they're just the Elliott angels which is like still clear whatever but all bad is part of the L. A. Metro La Metro area but there in Anaheim and it's like an hour and a half south driving which you know if there's no traffic you'd probably take you twenty minutes but whatever so let's see so they changed over to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in two thousand and five and they signed Albert Pool Holes or or is Chris Berman so is watching watching the cardinals game. This is a long time ago at the had been highschool. Chris Berman was broadcasting the game yeah for sure it was in high school cool. Yeah it call them Albert Winnie the Pooh holes. That was seriously one time and ever percents. That's funny yeah so funny I will never think of him differently now Yeah Albert Winnie the Pooh Halse. That's absolutely that's really good. And and boomer Berman's good at that kind of stuff and though his whole introduction to that game cracked me up. He said I'm coming out of the bullpen. Hoping to go five the third. But we'll see how it goes. And he went down the lineup and said Albert Winnie the Pooh batting third. An all of it was seamless. Because he's too so good at it. Yeah he is so so albuquerque signed with the angels in two thousand twelve thousand seven years after the change that they were benefiting from La Metro TV deals broadcast. Yeah Broadcast Money And obviously benefiting Alan the trout deal and Renzo so yeah and Otani. He's not hurting. Yeah yeah publicity. Otani got a pretty good pretty good deal. And he's getting some. I'm sure he's getting some advertising money as well but that's who I walked in probably five circles to get there get back to it but yeah it's TV money that's all it. Is that if you if you can't negotiate the TV deal. Then you're you're not gonNa have the payroll and then the Yankees own the network that selling TV deal. So they're not they don't have to coordinate with and split the money up. Yeah it's all there's because obviously because they only have to give so much to the next because they're in a salary cap leaks within the rest of it just goes to because the Yankees but the they have they have a few teams sharing with but as far as like the way that it goes the Yankees on the network. Just they just dump it. All their same with the broadcast. Radio is owned by. I think the Yankees owned the radio broadcasts as well because it's the Yankees radio network. Yeah yeah yeah driven by jeep. Oh by jeep your neat just John Tell you. We'll tell you John Susan. They're always tell us about jeep. But there's your answer tiff. You're teapot where it's at and it'll it'll be interesting to see how things change with cord cutting in the future and at increase streaming service services I don't know that that money will necessarily go down as streaming service costs will go up but maybe a salary cap will help with that. That's that's one more reason. I hope for salary cap. Yeah Yeah we got a lot of reasons. Yep Yeah because it'll it'll help with cost of us a going to games be paying for streaming services. If that's that's what that's how you consume your baseball. It is how I can see mine me too. We bought it we bought a TV. We bought L. G. T. V.. Put It on the wall above the fireplace. You know it's it's this monster stupid huge thing. 'cause you gotta get the one that fits the fate the the space so so anyway right. Yeah stupid we we didn't own a TV for like six years overly uh-huh and then we moved into this house. And there's this big space above the fireplace. And for me. I WANNA watch the world series The Olympics religiously allegedly by the way. I'm a super junky for the Olympics. I WanNa Watch the Super Bowl and I wanted army navy game. That's it and then everyday read ended up daily baseball stuff. But that's like we don't watch. TV TV for anything. But those sporting events Oh and the Oscars Oh we watch the Oscars but anyway we we. That's it though and We have this. TV sits on the wall and does a whole bunch of nothing until until baseball season until uh-huh baseball season anyway. So we bought this. TV's LG and one of the APPS that was advertised for it when we bought it in I think we bought it in in December it said. MLB TV compatible is sweet come spring training. We get a notification. I go to turn on on. MLB TV APP. They said sorry. Our contract has expired with MLB TV and LG. And I'm like I'm looking at this. TV We now have had for almost four months or six months. Or whatever. And I'm like Gosh Dang it so now I still have to hook up mme laptop to the big huge. TV SMART TV. That I bought to put on the wall just to watch baseball. I think I think I think you can get a Roku I think. Yeah but I got buy a Roku Kuu. It's cheap. It's twenty bucks a rookie. Love very expensive. I mean we have an apple. TV which is more expensive but we can use with all of our devices. But that's that's another a story but no it has. MLB T. on there. And then no I. So that's that's my watch baseball when I'm out in the living room. Yeah and then when I'm in my room room. I watched on the xbox one APP but you have I bought a centralized streaming device. I bought thing the supposed to do all of the things and now it doesn't Brad I know that's the process setting or TV's that like you buy it for all that stuff like ours are smart TV that we've had for a while. It had Netflix Hulu prime all that and then I went to watch Hulu Day wasn't working anymore like lots fantastic aspic shortly after the xbox into the bedroom so he could do that stuff but but yeah it's now we're going to have to own four different devices just to watch watch Disney plus and Roku and you know what I mean. I'm like jeeze it's stupid. Could get yourself Roku or fire stick or something. I don't know they just need to make all of the streaming APPS available across all devices right. Yes that's one thing that drives me crazy if I want to watch. If there's a game on Fox I WANNA watch. I can't watch it in the living room because his there's no fox APP on Apple TV. See I have to either go into the bedroom or airplay from Youtube. TV On my phone. And I don't WanNa do that. Drains my phone battery. Yes see and that but do you have cable or satellite. Oh No see you. You're already cutting your cord. We are complete court cutters see. We're not 'cause I got fight night next week in the Army Navy Games today. I'm like the Army Navy game today. So yeah go army go army no Brad. That's when you say beat Navey see I say go. Navy beat Navy. I don't know Spratt Sti- Stewart again. Startling go army one beat Navey DEG seat. No with vigor Brad. Oh I have no dog in this fight you do you now. Ready go army beat Navy. Yes okay no right I feel better. I am a self-proclaimed off proclaimed college football atheist what I have no football team I have no college football team. See I'm an NFL atheist. That's cool college. Football has been way more enjoyable since I stopped cheering for anybody. Oh I see what you're saying you're not against the NFL or you're not against college football. Wow you just don't affiliate anymore. Yeah exactly and it's because we went to a school. That doesn't have a football team. Yeah we did some like whatever I can watch Alabama game and if Alabama wins I don't get upset It doesn't matter who wins Games. I'm I'm strictly watching.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Every time is six so he taught me how to pick up the ball and everything everything And so that was I couldn't believe it so we are out of the twelve kids on that team. Nine of us were a year younger than everybody else in the league and we took We took third place in league. Wow eight or nine team so so we did pretty well and so we all stuck together. We picked up a couple of kids who didn't play on that Marlins team with us and we all went to play on like a travel league and and we were called Spartan Sweetie. We're the Spartans from eleven and Twelve for eleven or twelve year old seasons and then my family moving away and I think they played one more season as the spartans but But that was that was the team played on I think I still have my spartan. Spartan t-shirts around here somewhere. We were GONNA have somebody make a quilt for us Nice got a few friends on facebook. Actually a lot of the guys like we were so close close for those three years that I'm still friends with all those guys on facebook even though I moved away and I haven't seen them in years Actually I saw a few years ago. Saw Few years ago so at a at a funeral in Utah But yeah that was. It was cool to actually get to see those guys after you know golly had been fifteen fifteen years since I'd seen him and the ad like we we are so tight because we played together for so long we started. We started practicing Lake February or March. And like that you now and then we played all through the summer until my coach couldn't find another tournament for us to play. It was a blast. You know like we had double headers every Saturday plus replant tournaments and I caught every single one of those games. That's awesome so bad so for and then I'd still play city league and when I was twelve the C. D. League I went and played a city league with another one of my friends somewhere because they needed a catcher. Simon cotton played short suffer them. We're the Yankees. Then you got the holy grail. I have fought one of the guys is for number two like almost four face for number two And and yeah I played. I played so much much baseball those three years so much awesome but in fact I kind of got burnt out because we moved. We moved to Washington at that point. And as I'm not playing this year I am not and so my dad was like you know what he's like. Just give it one more try. He's got talk to your coach. You know tell him that you don't want to catch this year and Sorry can go off the rails here a little bit. But he's going to tell you that you want to try something else and he's out how you do and so I started the season in the outfield slowly. worked my way into the Infield and then and then the kid who is catcher got hurt and they're like why don't you don't want to but we need you to catch. Yeah catching the rest of the season. Records course catching next year because the coaches knew that idea than eye catching in high school and I fell back in love with it but but yeah just like man I tried so hard to play outfielder third base. So is this. The spartans was my team as far as my team and there was one team when I was twelve that we could not beat the because there are a few kids on the team who are a little bit older than the rest of us. Yeah they were just because their birthdays were on the same grade but because their birthdays days where they are essentially a year older than us. We play every year. We played a league up from where we were right as one team. I specifically members the snappers and and for the longtime had no idea where they got that name. But it's a minor league team right. I don't you beat the tar out of us every single time. Like like to the point that they they would just bombs off of our pitchers and there's a couple times a kids. Cancer is one kid in particular who came in and he was like really high on himself. Really cocky and he would like like make faces avenues. He's touching home plate and get so mad at these guys but then finally our last game we played against them. We beat them. Yeah beat beat on. We beat the snappers as the SPARTANS. That's awesome that was pretty Rad but So I would consider them our biggest rival My favorite memory though doc as far as that goes man it was just like it was so much fun. I'm not can you even though we lost a bunch of games because we were so overmatched. We'll go play in tournaments for our age group and we wouldn't cleanup bad. We cleaned up because we're so used to facing a big like not just like tougher competition but they are bigger than us. There's so much and so we. We just had a ton of fun goof around in the DUGOUT and when everybody on team found out is moving that fall one of the kids. I'll never forget this conversation like we're just going to change to the backstop. That will bring some food throughout the day. But we're going to change the backs subsequent move as a cold water about as we're playing and like I need to get the ball. He's like oh it'll be a long change plenty of room to move. It'll be just long enough. You can reach second base but no longer longer than that you can read. Secondly you're gonNA live with the baseball field for the rest of your life as long as you live with the baseball field. That's Awesome Assembly working. So yeah but that was. That was my team that was it was it was a ton of fun tons of fun plans as guys Love Love Malta. All the death Even to this day but let's move on her next question because I took enough time there. Hey it's all good you. I'm glad you brought some happiness is into my story. I I have happy stories that there'd be some happy stories. Yeah there's a lot of happy but that's my most potent memory. That's sounded like anyway anyway. So so so next escorts. Listen breakfast is for anybody who didn't see it. Anybody who didn't see the picture of the break posted he said Just encouraging everybody to submit to male baggies holding a bang energy drink Got Mind right here in my hand. Right now The hat little bantering it. So he's wearing a Santa Hat and Denise Cantu says why is the fuzz on your Santa Hat gray. I think that is probably the best question we've ever had some into the mill back I is the fuzz. Like you said that gray break so it's a good story it's as long. It's Kinda long all try and cut it down have I. Have you seen Christmas chronicles. Oh we just watched last night with Wilson okay. So that's my new jingle. Jam Break Brian Baker. It's it's one of my favorite Christmas movies for those of you. That don't know net flicks produced it last year. It came out last year and Kurt. Russell plays Santa Santa Claus and he's the best center. I mean literally sleighs it. Yeah I might put him above I. I'm probably going to have about Tim Allen as the best Santa Tim. The toolman Romance Santa was awesome but but Kurt Russell is like my man. Santa you know so and I'm a blues man I love Blues. Who's music and so when he gets in the jail and sings? The Blues is like Oh man. Blues Music is the Best Blues. Christmas music is really hard to find anyway so I went to. We saw the movie and it looked at Tiffany and I went. Oh my gosh I gotta have a hat like that have to have to have a hat like that and she said I think I could probably make it for. You could probably make you one. I said what so I ran out to the fabric store the craft store and I I went three fabric stores looking for the right for to match Kurt. Russell's hat could not find the right color of rabbit for his is LEGIT IT anyway. So this gray for that I found. Look it looks fabulous. The picture here does not do justice on the group but It it just looks great. So in any way my wife ended up making its silk lining with kind of a Paisley pattern on it that I picked out and I so I picked out all the all the pieces and she put it together for me and I wear it everyday. All December all last year's all this year. Yeah like I'm dropping. I'm dropping my kid off at school and and Wearing my Santa Hat go pick her up wearing the Santa Hat. It's so all the parents are either avoiding eye contact with me or given me the whole eyebrow thing like yeah. You're that that guy is the freaking season that you. Maybe I'm that guy low. Hello these smile on my face. So that's why it's great that's awesome and I think it looks sharp to be honest with you. I like the way I really like the way it looks and I'm I'm gonNA plug the shopper. Quick there Some of those Raglan shirts on the shop had that same red with like that gray. Yeah sucker for that combination the nation. I'll be honest with you. Yeah so I think that's a I think it's a good look at the next question. Came from my wife. Tiffany she said. Let's discuss discuss. How in the world some teams cough cough ca can afford to pay player upwards of two hundred ninety five five million dollars Brad? Tell me what is going on. I mean we talked about it a lot already today but What's your opinion on this but it comes it comes from TV man TV dollars like the reason part of the reason the Yankees are so rich is because of es network? I mean they've got the what the most densely populated metropolitan area in the country You've got subscribers for the yes network. People are willing to pay for advertising on the network so yes at work as I mean the Yankees on the network. But they're raking in raking in money from the Yes network nest where the money comes from. That's why they can pay people like a few years ago. I saw a headline for the mariners at said they came to a a deal specific to direct TV. Yeah I stood. Is it up cheered. I said yes payroll man payroll and that was about the time they made that canot deal. Yeah I think they made the not like a year ear to after that and I was like there. It is like it's not going to the right guy but they're spending in Spanish but but yeah they have more money to spend and because of the TV deal and You know some of that comes from obviously across the League as far as like revenue sharing and ticket sales things like that but TV's the big part of it and the thing that's interesting. Is that over the next few years. That's.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"It doesn't matter who you are And so here we are with these guys signed nine year deals and if now marijuana is tacitly accepted by removing the you know the punishment for using it then. I think that we're going to see you know. Potentially these guys performance get worse sooner. So and that will devalue the product and that will value the experience for the fans and it will we'll We'll be financial burden on the teams etcetera etcetera. So I You know that's my biggest concern. I also think though we're going to see a lot of guys just continue to not participate and partake because these are performance athletes. They're they're obsessed assessed with being the best and in one personality that translates to smoking a Doobie or eaten a gummy bear. Or whatever but in another guy. It's going to translate translate into absolute abstinence and avoidance. So I don't know I think that I think it depends on the situation. It's probably a case by case thing. Obviously pain plays a big role in that conversation from guy to guy and I'm interested to see what happens of course I also also think we'll never know true right right especially since they're not testing for it. We're not going to really find out and I totally agree with you. That anybody who's using it is going to continue to use it. Anybody who's not is probably going to continue to not write some margin guys will go back forth but that's yeah. Yeah and and here's the thing too is if you are if you're not one of those nine year guys seven-year guys have near deal guys if if you are taking if you're using it too much and your performance dips near somebody right behind you in the minor leagues who didn't come up and take your spot. Yup You know an and that's something they're not afraid to do with major league baseball small like yeah. They've got guaranteed contracts but at the same time some in the league minimum is like five hundred thousand dollars which is a dip. The bucket for these guys are making you know so yeah like yes. Sent him by the wayside. Pay Him DFA Him cut him. Whatever sent him down to the minors and just bring somebody up at his place? WHO's making the same amount of money or maybe yeah the I guess the League minimum? WHO's making same out of money? WHO's not eating? gummy bear the smoke. It too much. We yeah we saw that with Jacoby Ellsbury he's on the payroll for a real long time doing a whole lot of nothing. Yeah exactly and it's just like well. It is what it is but we deal with it and we'll get you know. Yeah so they do. They will replace you even if they have to still pay you. Yeah no it's absolutely true and I wonder if this'll be something that will come up in the in the collective bargaining agreement saying okay. We're going to let you guys use marijuana as far as pain management A. I'm a cool down after a game. Whatever however we can't be stuck in these contracts with these players who are abusing it? Because we're not going to test for it. But if we got guys abusing in their in their Their performance dips because of it. We got to have an out. We can't have these guys on the payroll for ten years so salary cap cap on contracts plea to do something about it to help with it and I really wonder if that's something that's GonNa come in the collective bargaining agreement that they're gonNA have their separate ships and this is one one is a bone the MLB is throwing the players association. Saying okay you can have this but we want this in return when the time comes. Let's all be reasonable. Yeah totally so we can only hope for that where he here's hoping for that salary cap because electro my gosh acts threshold is obviously not enough. But it's not working. Yeah not not not even a little bit so we need a salary cap some fierce and you know who needs to be the Commissioner Baseball's Bob Costas. Yes we we haven't have. We haven't talked about the book thing re yet we will. We'll do an episode on our favorite books on baseball. But for those of you listening. If you've not read fair ball by Bob Bob Costas I implore you to give it a read. Just suggest listened to him. Just see what he has to say because he's got some ideas is that I think would change the face of baseball for the better. I agree I will say some of it doesn't age. Well as far as the the playoff race and stuff but the majority Jordan of that book ages very well and he brings up very good points. So yeah there's a little teaser for you. We'll talk about here I think it's on the docket to come up here. Pretty soon Yeah it'll be great but yes we'll go ahead and go through that but let's go ahead and we'll take a short break and when we come back we've got some mail bag questions that we're going to answer for are you. Hey I'm headed to concessions. Do you want me to grab something. Yeah anything whatever. You're getting okay. I saw Burger. I'll probably grab that no well. That doesn't sound good okay. I think there's barbecue probably nachos I don't think I want either of those either But just give me anything. What do you want I hot dog earlier? Okay I can do that well. No couples may quarrel but baseball is for lovers. Shop the lovers collection and nine plus dot com Welcome back baseball family Now that we've had such a wonderful time away we're back and we we are going to get into one of our favorite segments. Is The mail bag bag. I love it I have so much fun with the mailbag too. So let's start with this on. This has actually been sitting in my in my inbox for a long time. been waiting when Wade into this. This is from Jason Douglas. Tino you know He says let's take old school here. What was your main team in youth baseball? Not Every League is affiliated with Little League World Series who were your team's rivals and favourite memory. Break you go ahead and start us off at this because I know my answer And I can go on a great depths as that but you go ahead and start us off start with Your your Your main team like what was like either the team that you were for years or your favorite team that you played for. Yeah so so we some reason I always ended up playing for the diamondbacks. Oh Nice 'cause we had the MLB affiliated System System was minor league or the no back that it was literally right. So yeah so we were. We had the affiliates and we-were I was I was on the diamondbacks like two or three years. I played for the Florida. Marlins a couple of years live with the Marlins one year. Yeah I played. I played for the braves one year and It's it was really funny because Owen was the twins one year I so I never really had a main team that I was a pardon Gordon except I do remember the diamondbacks being prominent. Here's the thing. Though the the great injustice of it all was that we everybody would get together and have tryouts and All of the it was like this day long affair. All of the coaches were there at their clipboards and they were it. Getting people assigned assigning values to the speed and accuracy. And you know right anyway so we were. We are running around and I would recognize guys year after year. That never made it onto my team but always always made it on to the Yankees. He's always and I was like wait a minute you know I got. It took me way too long to realize what was going on by the way and I walked up to my dad one day and I was like dead What the crap hang? Hang on sick and they were the best team. They beat everybody all the time. Anyway the guy who was the head coach of the Yankees team was in my neighborhood and we knew them really well. Same Church congregation. Sores like Lo Que Dad. Why don't you put in a word with what's his name over there and how come I'm not wearing pinstripes man clean on the best team in the town down you know like what the crap so my dad's bless his heart you talk to the guy and he goes up tune into secures me? Try Try out with this team. And I'm like we already did. Try Okay. Whatever I'll go show up so it wasn't a tryout as what they told me it was it was just a practice actes? They just threw me into this team practice and it was like you know. I've missed like two weeks of their team practices so lots of cohesion was established. Already everybody knew each other from years previous etc and I played my freaking guts. Let's out and thought I did okay. Only to be told later on at the end of the day that I was not going to be playing for the team and it it broke my heart as a kid. It really did tore me up and I sat there crying. I was like ten like eleven may be maybe and and I sat there crying. Couldn't understand why And then my dad had to explain to me that they were Never GonNa let me on the team that the other guy did it as a personal favourite my dad but did they had no intention ever a leading me on the team and he didn't know that until he saw the guy interact with me during the practice because because he came with me and Yeah so then I had to join another team Just kind of as the odd man out Kinda thing worked out and it was fine. Had A great season loved it but but yeah that that's one of my That's one of my oldest memories from Little League in. It's it's rough one and you're still Yankees Fan yeah. I learned a lot about life at that in that one afternoon. Sounds like man. Yeah an experience. That was pretty rough. I'm good now that's good. I'm glad to hear the that's it so for me I played it the same group for three years when I was Ten Eleven and twelve My Friend's Dad put together this team just like a group of us. We all went to elementary school together. some guys lived on my street. Other guys looked cross town. But we were for all We're all I guess we all play in the same city league. He's kind of picked song. Put us all together. This is actually the team I learned how to play catcher on because up to that point I had caught one game and I guess he liked what he saw and I was and I think I think this is where it comes from. My Dad was my coach when I was nine in Michigan and play machine pitch and so he had all the all the gear. And so I'd put it on sometimes at my friend across the street who learned how to pitch. He had planned on the team with me and he was pitcher pitcher in a third baseman but We would go. We get in my front yard. I put on the gear and and I'd catch for him and so I wonder in his dad was one of the coaches and I wonder what if that's part of the reason they said hey bring Brad. He'll catch you know sure. And so it's either had played catcher with his team. Ten eleven twelve. We started We started out as the Marlins Orlands like I said when I was when I was ten we actually had to play a year up because we we're all supposedly one more year of machine pitch and they brought us up to play in the but like the eleven or twelve year old league so we had a hit life pitching and there are a few older kids that like there are few kids who belong legally like I had a good friend down the street. WHO's a year older thirty years older than me? He played on the team with us and he taught me how to hit life. Pitching the approach. Everything he's like it's not going to be in the same spot..

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"I am Brad and as always I am joined by Brig. What up baseball family so we have a whole lot to talk about this week there? This week was a whirlwind a wind with the winter meetings right like every single day. There's something new whether it was a rule change Somebody signing signing like. I honestly didn't think we're GONNA see these these. Boris guys sign until after the New Year. I thought it was a lot longer but I guess I guess. He learned his lesson the last year with the Bryce Harper all of them. The dollar amount isn't GONNA go up when we get into spring training okay. Let's go ahead and get them signed strike while the iron hot right right. Yeah totally. So let's start there. I'll start there so we have Stephen Strasburg Gut seven years. Two hundred and forty five million dollars which t I thought was funny. Because that was the initial offer from the Yankees for Garrett Cole yet which obviously that number didn't come from anywhere right the fact that it's actually the same. Yeah yeah out of the Blue Really. Oh Yeah I know. What a coincidence that Stephen Strasburg? That's the exact ZAC same amount of money that Garrett Cole was offered by the Yankees I don't know but I thought that was a good job by the nats They need to keep Strasbourg prosper. Granted and you know this whole time. I figured Strasbourg would stay. And I didn't. I thought he'd leave are really. Yeah and see like like for me. I don't know a whole lot about Stephen Strasburg But watching that the interview with him with When he when he was named the world series? MVP right the very end. Yeah yes this guy doesn't seem like he has the personality he wants to go chase the big bucks at chase. All the fame. Fortunate comes with playing in New York or your true l. a. or anything like he seems like a down to Earth homebody who's like comfortable he's got roots and in Washington and probably wants to stay there. That's kind of the kind of the vibe I got from him. I don't know if anybody else offered but he that's kind of what he seemed like to me. That's why I thought he was gonNA stay. He looked at the car they gave him like one time it was like Oh yeah cool things and then okay. I would've heard a truck but whatever. Yeah right yeah. That's what I was gonNA say the truck. Where's the pickup four by four? That's exactly what I was GONNA say. Yeah that's hilarious. Does it come in real tree. Can I don't know if he's that kind of guy but I guess Cammo on that. Yeah that's exactly how it felt it is it is really fill. His wife didn't didn't care here. I know I pretty cool. Yeah so let's. That's really why I wasn't surprised that he left or that. He stayed because Yeah he just just seemed like he's he's comfortable and just kind of does his thing. Yeah yeah I I make sense. I just thought he'd end up somewhere else because the nats were getting rid of everybody well and I not everybody Eddie but well. They said that they weren't gonNA keep Strasbourg and ran down and honestly the smarter play. I mean as much as I like Stephen Strasburg in his great as great as he is the smarter play would have been to keep random. Because I mean it's everybody's been saying and this is what I thought too is that about age is better than than in an arm furture early so I mean seven years from now. STRASBERG'S GONNA be. What thirty eight I think And and and yes in other than that in that range. Yeah they're they're getting their value on the front of the contract and then paying for loyalty later but at the same time I mean. We've I've seen what's happened to Clayton Kershaw. We've seen what happened Felix Hernandez that. It's not pretty as well as those older. It really is not pretty so that that could be some trouble for eh but for now you know. They've got a good arm to anchor. While I'm not just anchor but to pitch side by side with the Max Sherzer. Yeah you know so. Yep It'll be interesting guy. Yeah Yeah Yeah I for sure so you bring up a good a bunch of good arguments does that translate over to the Garrett Cole conversation about bats aging better than arms and How ugly can get over long periods of time mm-hmm and what in the name have all that is holy or whatever for what who we should come up with a slur we? Should there should be a slur specifically for situations like the Garrett Cole deal I don't even yeah All like on on that one that commercial longtime ago no making up. Words burkle fickle. Look I allies What was it nine years for? Three twenty four. Yeah nine three hundred and twenty four million dollars. That is so much money. One of my favorite shows growing up was was wings did you ever watch wings. Sure so anyway. There's an episode. Where one of the guys he's like? I'm hypnotists hypnotize. Anybody and so. They're going around in room and he hypnotizing brother. Anytime somebody says tortillas he has the ESTA Khelakhlia Chicken. So then there's another guy who thinks he gets. He goes along with the plays like he got Like hit hypnotize then. He says that he robbed a bank. And the money's hidden in his backyard. Like how much is it. He says like two million dollars just like that and the guy goes so. That's a Lotta tortillas so anytime anybody talks about a lot of money and my first thought is that's a lot of Tortillas so so Garrett Cole got a lot of Tortillas He gets a lot of Tortillas I that's too much though now it's too much too. It's too long a contract so like we have to talk about it in separate terms we have to talk about it. In terms of dollars we also have talked about in terms of the years of production. He'll be able to give because nine years for guys twenty nine. I put them. They'll be thirty eight. It's the same. Yeah it's it's the same in and everybody's like we're looking at another Kennedy Sabathia deal and I'm like man we help. It's yeah well yeah so. I was magnificent for a long time. He was Major contributor major role anchored that rotation forever but then at the end. It's I'm like well you know we still have to pay him. Yeah exactly and It's yeah I don't know it doesn't make any sense to me. Seven years got it. He the guy for seven years. Oh especially twenty nine. Yes it's a great make sense. Yeah the yeah. It's too bad that he didn't take that offer initially because now the Yankee is kind of like go yeah and I wonder how many other teams around the league were willing to go nine years for him or the Yankees were bidding against themselves because the Yankees often bid against themselves. It's true they do but you know there's all that talk about how he wants to go back to California alf ornate he pitched he played a UCLA's from the west coast. Like that doesn't mean anything. Now you know like these guys are traveling all over the all over the country for you know at their home for eighty one games is all but then they're right basically home for a week away for two or three at a time. Yeah but I mean he only spent so much time at home during the off season you can live wherever you want. Because his wife I think they live in Vegas during the offseason. I think thanks so I I it just. It doesn't make sense for many people. Oh He's from there he's GonNa WanNa go home. Not Necessarily because obviously the Garrett Cole is a guy who was chasing fame fortune and I felt that was evidenced by the fact. He's wearing that Scott Boras hat and the post press conference. I am not employed employed by the Houston Astros or by the team or whatever say a yeah exactly. The his. We always saw his loyalty was it was to his agent and to his wallet all it and yet I'm not surprised. He took the the highest offer at all. No no but but what on a Miami. If they offered him that much money it totally totally. But what in the crap are we doing do with a nine year contract. I just think it was foolish for nine nine years. I don't care that they paid him three twenty four. I'm just upset about the nine years leases not thirteen years. No see seriously seriously I had that same thought I was like well. It could be where It could be worse now zo. All of this is happening because of the upcoming collective bargaining agreement. We've we've talked about this a million times this this is. This is Scott. Boris and these players mm seeing the writing on the wall because it in one year from now this may never be possible ever again and to be honest to help. It's it's not every possible ever again I do too. This is out of control. It is out of control. It's it's one of these things where the owners almost need to be protected from themselves but also it's Scott Boras running amok and he's ruining like I want to say he's ruining the League but financially he is. He's handcuffed uncut. He's definitely whoring up the market. Yeah he is and but the thing is you don't see many other agents doing the same thing like yeah. Manny Machado. got a bunch of money last year breath like he was pretty much worth it. I mean he's he's great. Offense will be great defensively. Mike Trout got that massive deal after Bryce. Bryce Harper signed his. which that's that's still a bargain for the angels by the way Still yes. He is a once in a generation player. He's the best player in baseball. It's going to be longtime before. We see anybody like him again. I think agreed So but those are those are two guys who are not Boris clients who got massive deals. And we don't seat with anybody else. Yeah you know. It's it's his fault it's his fault break. It's his fault it's Scott's fault Brad. I agree with you. Kill the beast. Get Your pitchfork. We should we. Should participate works out. No but another don. Yeah good for him. I mean is I was. I was thinking to myself as I just pictured him as he did as deals are coming and we'll get to Ren donut a minute but as they're coming in a pictured should him in a hotel room with like with just sitting there at the table on the phone earlier on speakerphone. You know it's like you know I don't know it might not be enough and flipping through the pages of like Like a design book that has like rapes and carpet and skin and wall. Oh Yeah for the wall. Just like deciding what he's going to do when he remodels this guest house with all that money eared forty million dollars this week. Yeah district million. I saw a graphic yesterday that said that I think he posted love EP group or maybe your wife noted that lay John. Bell sat out an entire season just so he could sign a deal that was worth in whole thirty five million dollars. That's right these. These guys agent got forty this week. Yep It's insane. It's insane so let before we move on from Garrett Cole. My wife posted this amazing breakdown of game of Gary Cole's numbers and what the dollar amount equates to with my computer pewter will pull its head out and show me the money then I will be able to do this I every time I think of Scott Boras I think of Jerry Maguire. I can't I can't sir good reason for good the reason and so funny. That's just what I imagine him being like. I don't know I'm sure that's starts every negotiation showing the money. Show me the money. Oh Oh yeah totally okay so Garrett Cole with his nine year three hundred twenty four million dollar contract if we take his twenty nineteen performance he would be making one point nine million dollars per start..

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"twenty eight" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Founded a new science born on April twenty eighth nineteen twenty eight she maker was one of the twentieth century's great minds his work and impact craters affect everything from NASA's Apollo missions to the dinosaur extinction debate for his contributions to human knowledge he was awarded the national medal of science by then president George HW bush in nineteen ninety two but a different Connor eluded him she made her study the moon from afar he often dreamed of climbing into a space suit and walking on its surface sadly he never got the chance Addison's disease crushed his hopes of becoming an astronaut but in nineteen ninety seven some of his ashes were laid to rest near the moon's southern pole that made him the first and to date the only person to ever receive a lunar burial it was a poignant blog to the man's career shoemaker was a geologist by training and craters for one of his great passions he helped confirm that the famous Beringer crater near flagstaff Arizona crater that's five hundred and seventy feet or hundred and seventy three meters deep was made by an asteroid impact he also champions the hypothesis that another such impact killed last non avian dinosaurs sixty six million years ago and by mapping some of the craters on our moon he revolutionized our understanding of its geology in nineteen sixty one the United States Geological Survey set up an astro geology research program shoemaker often considered the founding fathers astro geology was chosen to lead it so what is listed services to shoemaker joined future Apollo astronauts on field trips to Beringer crater and other sites where he trains them to collect rock samples perhaps seemingly simple skill set but one that would let them eventually bring home the first moon rocks humans ever saw and thus making all kinds of research possible his work was instrumental to the discovery of the shoemaker levy nine comet which struck Jupiter in nineteen ninety four the comics code discovers with Eugene's wife and fellow scientist Carolyn shoemaker loosely gene and Carolyn discovered one thousand one hundred and twenty five asteroids in thirty two comments about on July eighteenth nineteen ninety seven the couple was involved in a tragic car accident hello Carolyn survived team was killed the very next day she makers former student Carolyn Porco devised a fitting tribute a planetary scientist at the university of Arizona Parker learns that her mentor was going to be cremated so she spearheaded an effort to put it out that's twenty eight grams ashes aboard NASA's lunar prospector spacecraft the cost of sending things into space can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars per pound in terms of time and energy in research and so although physically small single it's a huge tribute poly carbonate earn capsule was built by Celeste at the same company that sent ashes of Star Trek creator gene Roddenberry into orbit wrapped around she makers capsules a brass foil ribbon bearing a picture of the Barringer crater I think that quote from Romeo and Juliet and when he shall die take him and cut him out in little stars he will make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garish sun with the precious cargo in tow the space craft launch at Cape Canaveral Florida on January sixth nineteen ninety eight more than a year later the vessel whose objective had been to hunt for water with deliberately crashed near the lunar South Pole shoemakers ashes went down with that hopes to her other human remains on the moon at some point but for the moment she maker has the place to himself Carolyn shoemaker said in a nineteen ninety eight press release it brings a little closer in a way to our feelings we will always know that when we look at the moon the pain is.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on KTRH

"Rates of change for twenty eight percent the receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't up to six and one hundred thirty and we're back with the judge Jim gray as we talk about the judicial system in your opinion compared to other countries judge how would you rate our judicial system George I'd rated pretty high of course I don't have a whole lot of experience with other systems but it up the jury system is probably the most cumbersome complex unwieldy slow system it's also the best I have a great deal of admiration for it I think that the United States judicial system is the big foot of any judicial system in the country in the world what about the prison systems that's different we we the United States has five percent of the world's population and as we speak twenty five percent of the prisoners we have drastically over done putting people in prison mindlessly long periods of time and it's barbaric in a lot of places by the way we're talking the war on drugs did you know that last year in the United States or actually two thousand seventeen in the United States of America ten thousand inmates in prisons died of drug overdoses and he could just imagine that she was the most secured place in the world as far as trying to keep people segregated and and they get so many drugs and ten thousand people died of drug overdoses only also say by the way the Charles Manson everyone knew him he was moved from one prison in the state of California to another because he was found to be selling illegal drugs from his prison cell and he was in solitary confinement so the prison system is a rack and we've got to to address that it's barbaric on what happens sexual molestations it cetera it is it is inhumane and it's a blight on our country should be privatized yes actually I think so then and I know that a lot of people disagreeing with that but the private systems do better there are more less expensive they actually do better and we ability Tatian and they're safer but hugely important no one in the private sector should decide who comes into that system or how long they stay that's a public function but as far as actually keeping them when they're there the private system I think does it better that that's my libertarian view and I'll stand by it when you may be right anymore political runs for you no no but we're looking as libertarians for a good candidates always and and I think quite candidly the libertarian party's the only mainstream party in the United States today were financially responsible at all levels of government and individuals and corporate and we're kind of live and let live you can live your life as you wish as long as it doesn't wrongly affect my ability so what we were doing okay but I think that two thousand and twelve was was the time I ran for vice president as libertarian came in third by the way maybe a distant third but I think that my political life is now behind me okay let's take some calls let's pick it up by going to don in Benton the Louisiana welcome to the program hi don good evening how are ya good good to have you work in the morning I should say I'd like to get your comments about the what I see this abuse of power well I'm gonna use Clinton.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Moves the raylucia show. That's me, right? Beside me to the right of the father. We say Johnny the bad boy of radio and television dean. Yeah, it is a it is an honored position. I don't know why the right what's, what's on. The can be. I don't know whatever I've done these shows for all these years. I've always had people to the right of me except for a long time ago, we had the professor dude to my left, and I would always look you never look at him. Yeah. It's odd because I didn't know what the nearly as much about social security. Is that guy? But you would always turn. Right. I just you and I always had conversations. We hear this voice coming from the other side, the heck exact there somewhere. Anyway, we are here. Brilliant guy, by the way. Good good. Good getting get back on. He's so busy that I've well he actually sees clients. And we don't. Yeah. Right. That's part of the thing part of that. If you saw him, you looks a little different for some reason. Like Santa Claus a little bit. He looks a little, like, rob Reiner to me. Don't say that in front him as much better looking than rob. Well, he's got his beard thing. But what happened is, you've got a really serious motorcycle accident. Right. He hasn't shaved since yes. He's fine. Now, he's doing well anyway. So we got gene pastula a lot of the hour talking about something probably insurance of some kind. He's a good man. And we will have him. I picked up a couple of things here. Five key ways advisors. We're just talking about a darn good on if you moments ago, the liver value in twenty nineteen this appeared an advisor perspectives a couple of weeks ago, and I pulled it out, because, as you know, I wrote this book on adviser value, and they're quoting from some of the sources that I've quoted, but not all of them. So maybe we'll get a chance to talk about that and compare notes. Does portfolio rebalancing actually improve your? Returns, I can give you the answer that right now sometimes it does. And sometimes it doesn't but there's a big deal made about it. And in my humble opinion, the fewer times, you do it, the better off, you will be. But that is not necessarily consistent with this big huge academic study, where the conclusion I'm skipping to the conclusion. Do you like that? That's what I always do. The conclusion was sometimes it works times don't but can I say, well, especially in retirement? I mean if you're going to be spending your bonds first as we often talk about in retirement, and you're spending your safer. Nonvolatile revised but nonvolatile money. I in retirement, you're going to get alaba- out of balance, but in many ways the research shows, that's what you want exact Mundo. That's called the what rising equity glide path. Correct has been proven to be a pretty successful way to do it in particular, if you. Have a new ities and other alternative income assets in the portfolio. But I start today with something similar with this one of the reasons why Johnny dean brings up spending bonds. I is not because he is a genius, even though he may be. He is it is because he has good ears and listens. Well for how many years twenty eight now? Twenty eight twenty eight year coming up on twenty eight. It'll be twenty and that's how he got to be such a genius now. That's not true. He was born with good genes that makes me I was born with them learning, gene. Yeah. So sit back folks, relax..

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"twenty eight" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on WTVN

"Twenty eight thousand dollars. Thousand dollars per person. Family of four twenty eight thousand you're not paying any more premiums pay any more co payments in uh paying anymore the doctoral 's house Twenty-eight thousand you not paying. But of course, it does you'll go to pay more taxes. It's not it's like, I'm gonna take you on a cruise and the cost of the cruises ten thousand dollars. But it's not going to cost you a thing when you're on the cruise really where do I sign up give me a check for ten thousand right now. But when you get on the ship, nothing's gonna cost you anything. Wow. What a deal. Some crazy Bernie admits that taxes are going up, and it's going to be an allusion that your healthcare is free. You're just not gonna pay at the point of sale or point of usage. An audience member back the sound seven here crazy Bernie now that your tax returns have been released and you've been identified as a millionaire in the top one percent. Will you pay your fair share? And how do you plan to apply the policies that you've been talking about enforcing on top earners, raise the issue? I am a million watch lean this year, we had five hundred sixty thousand dollars in income. That's a lot of money, and that money in my case case came from a book that I wrote pretty good book to read it. Bestseller sold all over.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Michigan Twenty-eight Minnesota eighteen just about ready for half number to censor. What stands out to you? As you look at the stat sheet. Well, the obvious stat that stands out we've talked about already a few times thus in the first half 'em with coach rob, cedar. But Minnesota bigs Otaru curry and Murphy combined to go eight of twenty Minnesota guards all of sixteen. You just can't beat them from her seventeen country and go old sixteen with your front court or excuse me, the back court it just can't happen. Minnesota eighteen points in the paint. Sixteen of those of come on field goals. Two points of come on free throws, Minnesota only have attempted four Fritos. They made two of them. If you're a team the tempering team in the country in terms of overall free throws attempted. Try the basketball and get to the foul line gives some cheapies if you're Michigan. No you continue to attack. Minnesota. In force them to play defense with their feet and their lower half. And try to keep them in front of you. Well, the barn yards dying to get into this thing. And like I said, I think if the gophers can get a couple of knocked down get on a little run the roof could blow off this place pretty good Thursday night crowd. The lower bowl is totally full of few empties in the upper end zones, but eleven thousand maybe a little over eleven thousand in the building Michigan will get the ball to start off by ten eleven. I'm gonna I'm gonna say ten anyway. Right. Lower bowl is pretty well. Full other than you know, the upper right corners under the overhang to do. Yeah. Good to hear from PJ flock at halftime. He was great. They head coach great message. Positive message taken the high road, and and quite frankly. It's got a lot to be high. No doubt. Here's Matthews for Michigan. Do Brasil his shot brick rebound backed up right to capture gophers downtown. They got that put back by Otaru got ten and ten in that first half. Then Coffey will walk it up and defense here for Michigan Patino calls a play from the sideline gives it to Cal now to mcbrayer funnel off. They won. The we've not a mcbrayer free throw line extended left. Mid post Murphy working on bras, Jacobs faces up now back to the basket. He's single team kickout mcbrayer with six mcbrayer into the paint. Eight quarter short arbiture short and the rebound comes off to Simpson in any traveled with the basketball is he hesitated. One to throw or dribble turnover on the wolverines. Gophers get the basketball back in still a guard has yet to make a field goal. And that was quite frankly, a pretty pretty he did traveled any it was a pretty darn good. Look, by mcbrayer, straight on Twitter that he just short zero chance that gets called me NBA, right? Wait, another one in the NBA, right? Mcbrayer into to back to pre free on the left wing. Feeding again photo to rule against test. Spinning good move down. Low mafia rebound put back up through contact in a tie ball. It will stay Minnesota basketball. Dr Eric Taylor president. He's up throwing his hands in the air behind that gopher bench. He thought there might have been a foul there. We got the replay here. Murphy against bras day is a fall. Yeah. It was a fall. I think Dr Taylor a good sports fan was correct there. They call a tie ball. Instead. Minnesota inbound mcbrayer right side of the board. Did you look in one thousand nine to shoot gophers down ten and a lob goes in for coffee and the tracks into the back court? They say, it's okay, he'll work is way. Right into the paint right handed. Layup good, maybe that'll get mirror going. Gophers made it a single digit game twenty eight twenty his first basket of the night. We're a minute five into this second half testy out front. There's a crowd trying to get this team to go defensively Mathewson's coffee fought through a screen work Matthews. He bobbled the travel daycare against Murphy ended up paint. Yes. In follow and a three point play chants. And Michigan seems to have the answers. That's why they're ranked seventh in the country back to a ten point game. And bras is to the line to make it a double area eleven point lead. Murphy. Third foul, and that's a key here in this second half Iki cost to a slow start before that field. What was just one of six and he's a freshman. Wipe could comes at averaging fifteen a game in this little too strong. Mrs that frequent thirty twenty two ru Paul's in his eleven three bound Murphy was twelve rebounds to up front. Murphy left side of the wing to mcbrayer, fair trade to feed down low and testy. Knock it out of bounds. It will stay Minnesota ball on a sideline. Don't they'll say an underneath? It will be a sideline inbound. Mcbrayer will be the trigger man. Immersed. Gotta be careful. You lose. The fact he's got free falls here early in the second half. Gotta be careful and cautious. Here is mcbrayer on the right wing gives do a tour at the free throw line. He's going to take the fifteen put her it's in and out. Murphy had the rebound. And then got poked away, and it comes off to Matthews for Michigan hesitate to Tito's telling Daniel if you're left open shoot, it's a fifteen footer to six ten of those here. The second half, you'll make them more than half of my bet years Simpson off of a screen reversed. The ball bras Choson three that's all met bras Davis with five here in the second. He has eight it's a thirteen point lead the largest lead of the game for Michigan at the gophers cut it to eight Michigan's bras dak- scored five straight himself. Here's murphy. Download goes into the shot blocked from behind. No, call Nafi cannot draw foul tonight. Simpson ahead his pool. Cool goes into the lane and a layup in it's a fifteen point lead Jordan pool with thirteen and it's thirty five twenty. Gophers trailing by fifteen seventeen twenty five to play. Here's CAL's for to the top of the key works into the paint, his shot partially blocked. But anyway, his first field goal thirty five twenty two. Simpson quickly into the offensive end. And he's cut off. And they'll reset thirteen point lead test ski out front three minutes into this second half gophers on the home floor just this one more game on this floor prazegas working in no resistance goes right around Berkeley. And has layup he has ten and it's fifteen point lead. Again, thirty seven twenty two they got a switch that Jordan Murphy just having too difficult to time guarding bras, dick as on the perimeter murph's not accustomed to that is having a very difficult time keeping bras Davis in front of them over the hand off the coffee out front. Kick into the corner. Mcbrayer and open three from their rims out. Matthews at other rebound for Michigan gophers now. Oh, six from three. They're shooting twenty two percent tonight. Ten of forty four ten fuels. That's it. And we have played nearly fourteen minutes thirty seven twenty two Michigan who's not played great tonight. But yet they lead by fifteen that's their largest lead. Here's Taskey off front right side. Wolf ball space. Expanding to the elbow is back to Matthews against coffee. Charles Matthews out of Chicago one dribble to his long three is off. The Mark rebound back-tapped and save your Simpson with it for Michigan in a second chance opportunity for the wolverines Michigan twenty five rebounds. Minnesota thirty two, but they missed a lot of shots skis will try a three and knock it down. Timeout Patino, eighteen point lead for Michigan. Forty two twenty two time out on the floor.

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"twenty eight" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Incredible twenty eight seconds on that someone has to let him sing now right somewhere. No, no. He should be holding a rubber Ducky. And like you can't do that to the star spangled banner. What are you talking about? Hardest. I don't think he's being disrespecting. He's goofing a little bit. And that's the way there's nobody nobody. He he. No, he he can't this is like an audition on the voice where everybody thinks it's a joke except the guy singing like Frankie Valli to Satchmo like in ten seconds. They're really you are offended by that. Because. The guy's just goofing. No, I'm not offended by it. Right. But I think if he tried to do that at a legitimate sporting event he'd be booed, and if you did it the same way. Yeah. It'd be a Roseanne thing. Oh, yeah. That is true. But he thinks he's great though, probably does think he's great. I think that I wouldn't assume because he didn't know this was getting shared. He was getting shot. This is the way the guy sings when he's alone taking shower where he thinks he's taking a shower. Do you sing in the shower, by the way, have I ever? Yeah. Usually, I have music on when I'm in the shower. Shower with music, sometimes it's Queen. Yes. Do you hit the high notes? No. Of course, not no go for them. Like, he does I drop it down. Then it's got drunk drop way down. Yes. There's no way. I do I I enjoy take a shower. I take my little JBL speaker in four I'd go and get paid for that. They're just great speakers. The really good. But I take it in there. And and I crank it up and Devin is hot shower and nine enjoy myself very much, but I don't want someone taping it now they pair with Alexa, by the way. I don't get paid for my mentions. But Alexei is also a great.

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