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Big changes in White House ideas to pay for $2 trillion plan
"With the clock ticking toward a self imposed deadline the White House is offering to shift off a key component of how to pay for president Joe Biden's two trillion dollar social services and climate package the White House is prepared to keep the corporate tax rate at twenty one percent shelving a hike to twenty six point five percent favored by many Democrats for companies earning more than five billion dollars a year instead there would be a new tax on gains of those with more than one billion dollars in assets in his hometown of Scranton Pennsylvania Wednesday Biden was sounding confident this is been declared dead on arrival from the moment I introduced but I think we're going to surprise them but the clock is ticking democratic leaders in Congress want agreement by week's end Mike Rossio Washington
Brazil Senate report urges charging Bolsonaro over pandemic
"A Brazilian senator has formally presented a report recommending president James Wilson not off indicted on criminal charges for allegedly bungling Brazil's responds to the covert nineteen pandemic and pushing the country's death toll to the second highest in the world the nearly one thousand two hundred page report is based on six months of work by the committee investigating the government's management of the pandemic it calls for Wilson are to be indicted on a series of charges from Charlton is an inciting crime all the way up to crimes against humanity the report can still be modified for the court to vote on the twenty sixth of October and
Cousins throws TD pass in OT; Vikings beat Panthers 34-28
"The Vikings pulled out of thirty four twenty eight win over the Panthers on Kirk cousins twenty seven yard scoring strike to K. J. Osborne on the first possession of overtime cousins threw for three hundred seventy three yards and three touchdowns against the league's top ranked pass defense it's not the way you want to win every week you know you want to do when a little cleaner but our the way our team found a way and I thought our defense did a tremendous job all game long Adam Thielen finished with eleven receptions for one hundred twenty six yards and a touchdown for Minnesota which reached the end zone three times after intermission after failing to score a second half TD in his previous four games Sam Darnold finished just seventeen of forty seven for two hundred seven yards and one touchdown with two turnovers I'm the ferry
Bo Nix leads Auburn to 38-23 upset of No. 17 Arkansas
"Both extroverted hundred ninety two yards and accounted for three touchdowns in Auburn's thirty eight twenty three win at number seventeen Arkansas next completed passes to ten different receivers going twenty one of twenty six with an interception he had a twenty three yard scoring run with less than three minutes left to secure the win the Tigers took a third quarter lead would dare call sacked and stripped Arkansas's cagey Jefferson in the end zone with Marcus Harris pouncing on it for a touchdown Jefferson with twenty one of thirty five for two hundred twenty eight yards and two touchdowns for the Razorbacks who have dropped three straight since a surprising foreign start put them in the top ten I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana
"Michigan state scored a pair of touchdowns off Indiana turnovers en route to a twenty to fifteen win the seven oh Spartans were out rushed and I'll pass by the Hoosiers but managed to win the game despite just a hundred twenty six passing yards by quarterback Payton Thorne Spartan running back Kenneth Walker remains the nation's top rusher after finishing with eighty four yards the loss drops Indiana to two and four and in three in the big ten Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
British queen appears to show irritation at climate inaction
"Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second has been cool to microphone criticizing the global lack of action on climate change the ninety five year old Monica's films on someone's phone once a thing Welsh parliaments in Cardiff the queen commented to her doctrinal Camilla Duchess of Cornwall but she still didn't know who was coming to cop twenty six which she will be hosting England's guide several heads of state to governments including China's xi Jim paying have not said whether they will it's hands on the recording parts of which China will double the queen also appears to say it's irritating when they talk but they don't do her comments come around the same time her grandson prince William and his concern for the planet's walls criticizing the new trend for space tourism we needs some of the world's greatest brains and minds fixed on her iPad this planet's not trying to find the next place to go live contrast and then
Tom Brady throws 2 TD passes, Buccaneers beat Eagles 28-22
"Tom Brady and Leonard Fournette each accounted for two touchdowns as the Buccaneers held off the eagles twenty eight twenty two Brady tossed TD passes on Tampa bay's first two drives while going eleven of twelve for one hundred twenty one yards he finished thirty four of forty two for two hundred ninety seven yards to win on the road and on I was gonna play our best so we have to get back to work we got a you know a good little break here use it and get back to work to bring a better camera increased its lead to twenty eight seven one four net walked in from the one yard line in the third quarter it was his second scoring run of the game eagles quarterback Jalen hurts ran for two touchdowns but had trouble passing the ball completed just twelve of twenty six for one hundred fifty five yards on the ferry
Energy agency urges bigger global push to cut emissions
"The leading climate scientist says well the cuvette nineteen pandemic was a terrible event log down the chute the rapid action on cutting fossil fuel emissions can deliver significant improvements New Zealand climate scientist James Renwick tells the AP that slowing the world down was good at least for the air we breathe at the restaurant in the world in a few stock burning fossil fuels to power your transport council plans whatever the heck cleared you know air quality improved dramatically dot when week says pandemic measures only reduce global emissions of greenhouse gases a little good side it's a step in the right direction but that sort of level of trying to save an right percent reduction in emissions is what we need he stresses emissions directing his point to this month's cop twenty six conference need to be reduced immediately I'm Charles de Ledesma
Jarry has 26 saves, Penguins beat Lightning 6-2 in opener
"Tristen Jori stopped twenty six shots to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a six two win over the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning in the season opener Tuesday night in Tampa a Pittsburgh club without their captain Sidney Crosby controlled play for much of the game the penguin struck twice early in the second period Danton Heinen opened the scoring Brian Boyle at the second for Pittsburgh Dominik seem on we get the eventual game winner midway through the third that's really get there when the when the first one and having it was it was emotional big big game and yeah really really happy that we we made it Anthony cerulean Alex killorn finally got Tampa Bay on the board teddy blooper Evan Rodriguez and Bryan rust each got empty netters for Pittsburgh Baltimore so Cano Tampa
Climate activists call for investigation of Bolsonaro
"A group of climbers lawyers he's calling for the international criminal court to launch an investigation into Brazil's president for possible crimes against humanity over his administration's Amazon poses legalize group has filed a dossier with the global court alleging that giant bowls and all rose administration is responsible for a widespread attack on the Amazon its dependence on this defenders that affects the global population since taking office Bolsonaro who's in college development within the Amazon and dismissed the global complains about its destruction as a plot to hold back Brazil's agribusiness the lawyers cool comes less than three weeks before the U. N.'s twenty six climate change conference of the parties known as the cop twenty six which starts in Glasgow Scotland I'm Charles de Ledesma
Doerer makes late FG, No. 14 Irish beat Hokies 32-29
"Number fourteen Notre Dame completed two scoring drives over the final two and a half minutes to beat Virginia Tech thirty two twenty nine Jonathan door one up by nailing a forty eight yard field goal with seventeen seconds remaining it came after Jack Coan threw for a touchdown in the two point conversion to tie it with two twenty six left freshman Tyler Buchner ran for a touchdown and threw for another for Notre Dame after replacing Colin to start the second quarter but he's two second half interceptions both turned in a hokey touchdowns coach Brian Kelly says he's still assessing his top quarterbacks I can't in all good conscience right he's the starter he's the starter you know where we're at work well you know what we're string together the best Notre Dame is five in one I'm Dave Ferrie
EXPLAINER: takeaways from the September jobs report
"The government September jobs report shows the unemployment rate tumbled to four point eight percent but the reasons are a mix of good and not so good the number of people reporting they were employed jumped five hundred and twenty six thousand last month well those jobless fell by seven hundred and ten thousand however one hundred and eighty three thousand people stopped looking for work and therefore no longer count among the jobless the share of Americans who either have a job or are looking for one the labor force participation rate slipped to sixty one point six percent in September before the pandemic it exceeded sixty three percent with demand for workers searching economists are a bit puzzled why so many have chosen to stay on the sidelines perhaps fear of becoming infected in public facing jobs struggles with child care some may be rethinking their careers or it simply chosen early retirement Ben Thomas Washington
Seahawks QB Wilson to see hand specialist
"The Los Angeles rams picked up an important division win with a twenty six seventeen victory over the Seattle Seahawks Matthew Stafford passed for three hundred sixty five yards and a touchdown as the rams bounced back from their first loss of the season to raise their record to four and one Robert what's had twelve catches for one hundred fifty yards for the rams and Gerald Henderson rushed for eighty two yards and a touchdown Russell Wilson seven entry to the finger on his throwing hand late in the third quarter and did not return to the game the Seahawks record up to two and three for the season Jim Bernard Seattle
US jobless claims fall to 326,000, first drop in four weeks
"Jobless claims are down for the first time in four weeks the labor department says the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell by thirty eight thousand last week to three hundred and twenty six thousand after hitting a pandemic low in early September claims had risen three straight weeks assign the highly contagious delta variant with at least temporarily disrupting the job market's recovery so far this year employers have been adding five hundred and eighty six thousand jobs a month and companies are now complaining that they can't find workers fast enough to fill a surgeon job openings which hit a record ten point nine million in July Ben Thomas Washington
Ship anchor suspected in pipeline break that fouled beaches
"The likely cause of that oil spill in the waters off southern California I ships anchor hooking dragging and splitting open the pipeline according to federal investigators federal investigators also say the pipeline owner didn't quickly shut down operations after a safety system alerted to a possible spill which sent up to a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude into the ocean off Huntington beach and we'll close beaches and stop local fishing for weeks the Coast Guard says a commercial ship reported a possible spill Friday night amplify energy didn't report this bill until the next morning CEO Martin Wilshire we were not aware of anything Friday night if there were reports like I said that they did not come to us meanwhile governor Gavin Newsom repeating its calls for the US to move beyond oil it's time once and for all disabuse ourselves that this has to be part of our future this
Ship anchor suspected in pipeline break that fouled beaches
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a ship's anchor may have caused the break in the pipeline that leaked tens of thousands of oil into the water off southern California federal transportation investigators say preliminary reports suggest an anchor may have hoped the pipeline creating a partial tear and causing the oil leak off the southern California coast Martin will share the C. E. O. of amplify energy spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon I am not here to you know speculate about the cause there we a full investigation obviously the pipeline has been displaced the break in the line occurred about ninety eight feet beneath the surface roughly five miles off shore up to one hundred twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude leaked into the ocean off Huntington beach and then washed on two miles of beaches and are protected marshland hi
As California frantically works to clean oil spill, advocates say the damage is already done
"And oil spill off of Orange County southern California could keep beaches and fishing they're closed for weeks respondents have doubled their efforts to clean up an oil spill off of Huntington beach according to U. S. Coast Guard captain Rebecca or we have a fleet of boats out there that are using containment boom to isolate that oil and collected and what we call scammers the suspected pipeline leaks at a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude into the ocean waters following the sands from Huntington to Laguna beach and heading southward environmentalists had feared that will might devastate birds and marine life that Michael's a Carty he's a veterinarian with the oiled wildlife care network said only four birds have been found so far amplify energy operates three oil platforms and the sixteen inch pipeline suspected in the league we have isolated one specific area of significant interest we
Pope, faith leaders sign joint climate appeal before summit
"Pope Francis and dozens of religious leaders have signed a joint appeal to governments to commit to ambitious targets at the upcoming U. N. climate conference that's your duty but is said to be reasonable thanks religious leaders are sharing his thoughts are full of deepened dialogue among themselves and with scientific experts on the need for action ahead of the cop twenty six climate talks the appeal signed at a formal ceremony in the apostolate policy says we've inherited a garden we must not leave a deficit to our children for the religious leaders care for the environment it's a moral imperative towards future generations and to support communities most vulnerable to climate change I'm Charles that's my
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"Is there like vanished. You run the risk of being like oh should probably bring them back. And that's actually not what i'm looking for no to stick with it. They have to stick with it to make sure they're actually gone in. This really is about like picking up the mantle and you can do that. In the ultimate universe right. People can stay dead in the ultimate universe. We haven't come across it yet but that's going to happen most. Yeah right yeah. It's great yeah. I'm almost into the i think the other thing. I think you have to change up the idea. You know so like i think it can't just be roster changes because the vendors have roster changes in six six like just throwing doctor druid on the team doesn't make it super compelling So i don't know exactly what shape that takes but instead of just being like. Hey it's kamala on miles and In like you said iron. Fist and luke on the on the new ultimate to. That's not quite it. I guess to me and like they definitely should not be run by nick fury in the government that is the post nine eleven Version of the team that kind of needed to be. It certainly makes sense that it was. It's not that version now. I mean if you do mean. I i guess i know that marveled as the some degree but like superheroes are just outlaws period. I get some something like that. That is totally status quo. Different overall right the way that like the ultimate universe really focuses on Like mutants in genetic mutations right. That's like such a tight focus is like creating new super super soldiers in the ultimate universe. And that's like a real fixation of that like pick stuff like that where it's just like you know this is. This is the specific flavor of superhero. That is not just like a smorgasbord. Like six one six six one six is a little of everything you get your street level here and you could cause makir. Maybe make it all magic. Everyone's magic like literally like spiderman is magic and iran has magic like do something like that man is magic. I'm into i like that idea. Now i'm gonna i'm gonna. That's my idea. I'm just going to say we're going gonna mail later. Magic ironman is magic. they can make it trans. That's awesome all right These are great questions. I didn't thanks to everybody who submitted some executive anything else Question was no. We've been going for a while. So i think we should should wrap wrap things up. I mean i kind of im- afraid of what happens when we hang up and the real world for a quiet room all the sudden but thanks everybody for joining the addition. Thanks those.
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"Just i mean there was something of the representation and the You know we were just talking like people who are not white men. Don't give those get those chances. And i think those chances need to be more like equally distributed but like i'm not opposed to that idea that people who are not of the cultures can't write about them i just don't think is interesting most of the time. I think it's just harder because you don't have that lived experience. You don't have that specificity. That comes with like deeply understanding. Something I until until the representation across these publishers is is even resembling something that is close to what it should be. I would i would say i'm opposed to it. I mean i agree with the general idea of like don mcgregor wrote or favorite black panther story. Jason aaron wrote a very specifically indigenous comic book scalped. Which i love. That book is a white guy. And i think that's a great book but it's doable. But the reason we keep seeing. It's doable is because they keep getting the bats anyway so to me it's like i am opposed to it in the again like you cannot pronounce expensive as the writer of black panther. Like if you're mobile you cannot do that and typically severe because of the the huge disappear Disparity in like hiring for so long right like if the hiring had always been more equitable throughout of history. Wouldn't be that big of a deal. I guess they're kind of talking on two different issues. Where like socially i want these jobs to become like the the writers writing black stories to be predominantly black and the writers writing asian. Asian like socially. I think those jobs should go to the people who have them philosophically. I think like a big large scale. I think anyone should be able to tell any story they want you know like on kind of the philosophy of art right. I don't think any story preface to that all things being equal. No right exactly. yes yes i just. I think that's the distinction that's important to me somewhat Of just nine being the inverse that is not Is not easy. Coach should not be writing. Captain america because you should. Oh yeah more versus is not also true. This is part of marble. Did not have a black female writer until twenty fifteen. I like that s- baffling to me right. And they had what like three black writers three black men writers from the eighties until the two thousand. Like very that's a accurate statistic that confounding. I don't know if that's true. I don't know about. I mean the black woman thing is true like the. I remember that coming up. Yeah that's true. i. I don't know how many black writers they had i mean. Christopher priest's is the big one. I don't know how many others they had a few few artists anywhere duffy. Reginald huddling hungry. That i can think of right away in..
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"Now i'm thinking four years you know you do four years of this ultimate universe and then when you end it it's not the cries of like. Oh this failed because they try diversity. It's just like for your plan executed that and we'll rebooted again to reflect more society's at in two years or whatever there. Yeah that's a good plan Charlotte's next thing here. I'm actually not looking at it. I just remember is less american right. That's i you know. I don't mind like the american stuff in this book. Like spider-man's american but like there's just such a big world of cultures and stuff that it's boring to just do like yeah the american military. Cia again right like as a as that What's his name. The superman smashes the clan author g. Yeah wrote that. Chinese superman thing fascinating great comic super bowl right like so you know a more. International avengers may be like put spider man in a different country. Whatever like just get weird with it. Stop trying to play the hits. I think if you're gonna do that because this is the thing that mobile does try every so often and they're gonna try tried again with the union okay which is uk series It rarely works. Yeah rarely works in the early universe. They're currently have this going on with i think. Greg papa's writing some some books that are focused on like a new lineup of heroes. And i am very behind the ideas. But you don't see these books taking off and there are a lot of examples in their past. I think i. I don't know what the exact answer is. I i would say like if you're gonna do an alternate universe version of it make more global which i think is cool I don't maybe do things with the comic that reflect the way comic book stories are told in those countries like for france. Do it in the french style. You know the way they're comics have been presented typically size seldom in different sizes with its. It's got a name. I just don't know what i'm not on. I don't read them very often. with with You know things that are centered in china. Right like dua manga okay. Like that's that's interesting to me. I think that's too big of asked to sell. You know if you're talking. But i think the way you do it as you actually. I mean you do the way that even like disney has gotten better in the way that they subsume all culture right like if you watch moulin back from ninety nine versus mwana right like mwana is so much more informally on ninety nine versus mulan. Twenty twenty sure i. I haven't seen the new one but like in either mwana is just so like integrated into this polynesian culture compared to milan which feels just like i mean. It's got What's that guy's name. Harvey fierstein is one of the chinese soldiers. Yeah it's so american right chris. Rock is running around in there and it just feels so think. It's eddie murphy. Isn't he the dragon..
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"I think there's a little bit more people to color in In artists at least it seems to me that does seem to be generally true. Yeah but yeah yeah. It's a bummer. Speaking of racial and just general representation isaiah bradley is the captain. America who's recovered from the ice and becomes the cap of that universe in present day now is zero bradley. A character that many of you will not know. Especially if you're just reading along with us in this year journey I don't really want to spoil it because probably we'll have to saying that gets a punishment but like we should it's it feels increasingly essential to read this. It's in addition to the captain america. Mythos from like the early two thousands and it is the idea that there is like a black captain america okay original causing anymore came from an offhand comment made by bill james there go our murville guy Yeah i think this is a great idea. I love this idea. I think too. It's like it's it is interesting charlotte's line would infuriate. All the right types of people motive is sure like it would drive them absolutely perfect. What should the ultimate marvel universe represent in two thousand twenty. It should represent where the world is in what is at the center of of like. I don't know moral and an emotional and just like human conflict right now and definitely in america as we talk about immoral universe exploring the america outside your window like it's race you know. So how do you tackle that. The right way and i think like this con- idea and taking isaiah bradley as captain. America are both to go in that direction. I think too. You know the one thing marvel doesn't have talking about if we're talking about like okay. Curated a cultivating black talent. You know in the comics industry and not just having to reach outside and grab famous authors is they don't have a milestone media and frankly neither dc for the last decade but milestone by dc and milestone is famously launched in the nineties by all black craters scholarly very racially diverse Universe and dwayne mcduffie at.
"twenty six" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"Day distraction special where we were going to do our thing talking about comics. So i'm getting loose. I'm getting real loose. I see you're you're poppin. Drink drugs already. Got the main mango whitecloud. Which i've heard people don't like i'm a fan of i've heard there's no laws with claw is the main thing i've heard. What are your thoughts on that. I it seltzer. very low. Alcohol content seltzer year. an animal. alright. So let's talk My here for the a team of be heroes. Picks moon meg crawler. Is the team leader. Okay abigail brandt director of sword is on the team. I've got vol- stag wall stag good. How is there not of stack solo series. You know what. I'm saying like not have sure a good twelve issue vol stag now. This could go two directions. It could be chips at our ski writing. And it's funny and heartfelt in great or you could go with the probably bad idea. Which is tom. King vision inning. Vol- stack serious guy just like him staring ruefully or woefully like photographs of like children. He accidentally like sat on crush. No the secret history of loss. Chill i thought you were gonna say On the direction of a deadpool comic. Because that's what i that is. What would probably my mind if you were like yeah. Vol- sank four issue mini. I would think it would be like something. Kinda dumb in do fee deadpool. Way well i mean the characters and the characters that work in that deadpool. Way are gwen pool peter parker Lockjaw potentially. I haven't read that lock. Germany yeah i think that works Not a lotta others mode. Doc i think. Could you know big comedy to give tom king. Some credit tags lost a lot of credit to give him some credit. He can write a funny comic. There is that. Elmer fudd batman crossover. Yeah that is absolutely hilarious. That is like one of the best comedy comics. Read in a long time especially like inside the like marvel universe with Shoot blogging on the artists but the leaks Amazing are greg comic that so that was in critical acclaim. Tong king period. This sometime in early where what is the. What is the maximum shelf life. That creator can have in this era of being beloved and critically acclaimed. What is the maximum shelf like. Because we've seen recently with tom king from sixteen to probably through two thousand eighteen through the conclusion. Mister miracle basically critically asian mister miracle vision to begin aga- man sheriff babylon. Yeah it mister miracle. And then the beginning of batman which is being the end really right with that runs complicated. Some people hate it absolutely hate it. I think it's fine. It's not amazing. But there are good moments. But you've seen like okay. That's a three two and a half three year. Maybe grace period and now like e regardless of the quality work has slipped there bigness. Heroes and crisis is a huge mess..
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"Years of the podcast where we go through. The history of marvel comics from its origins to today. We just finished up the publication year of nineteen eighty seven. We are launching into nineteen eighty-eight here shortly. And in the meantime we're going to answer some listener questions from all of you wonderful listeners. I'm dave founder and editor in chief of comic book. Carol dot com. I'm joined today by a very long haired guest in proud of at one of the proudest longhairs guests we've had Is how's it going. Thanks very tired of this long hair. If i was terrified of the rising covid cases in my region. I think you know what. I wanna get a haircut. I've wanted ones for so long but this this haircut requires no maintenance or i haven't gotten a haircut in a year. Maybe if i could grow my hair. I don't like you're at the point of like never cut it again length. You know because like your like down to like ankles. And i worried i could never again. I'm almost to the nips. Almost the nips went. How often do you. How often do you not wear shirt in. Just cover your nips with your hair. Ooh like the like Mask of zorro. With catherine zeta jones thing. That's that sounds like a memory. Yeah yup i. I actually haven't seen that movie but that trailer left an imprint. on me he goes with the sword. Close off still got ooh. That's actually pretty bad. Shouldn't cut women's clothes off. I mean it's it's definitely rude right. it was. It was a different time. Is they'll say trailer porn. I not something. We talk about enough dark yield trailer. Excuse me yeah just like those those porrini moments from trailers that we all just carry around with us throughout our lives. I have none but you have one. So so have one so far documented. It's true that's true. Yeah i wanna get cut. But it's like if i do then it's a haircut that needs to be cut every like forty five days my short hair right now. Then it's horrible. You know great gentlemen's haircut at that point. Excuse me One gentlemen's haircut. Please segye gentleman's legitimate on the top. I have the gentle marines. Haircut is my cut of choice at this point. wildlife gentle marine too gentle to be a marine. You know doing way too. Soft and doughy. But but i do like the buzz. I like the bus. Yep i can't do that anyway. We're talking about here way too much. let's get into before we get started. I want to say Patron dot com obviously for support williams much-appreciated slack community super fun Get access to the spreadsheet all those cool things put comics on the list itself great Becker support benefit. But it's wanna call out leaving a review on. Itunes is very very appreciate it. And we've got a couple of good new views here so let me just Pulled us up by skin. Eight seven six five says emma y great over your comics history started.
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"Yeah. Yeah. Seriously I did not connect those dots all this I don't actually know I just know it was the same name I just assume and they both possess people right? I didn't I. Don't think it is I think malices a separate. You're right on Mutant I think they just happen to have the same same because storms malice. Or sue storm's malice is just the name she takes on wind. She's the influence of psycho mongering hate. Or Psycho man and hatemonger. If you. Flip. Does it psycho and eight? Thirty seconds of our conversation is just once in a while I hear US talking I'm just like comics We really talk about the series. Now it excuse me Zach. If you've mail in the fantastic four's totally different totally different from the malice that existed two years ago. You know whose powers overlap eighty percents. Malice during mutant massacre took over Lorna, Dane's body. They kind of have fused together into one new malice. Anyway it's a whole big thing between her possessed. malices power. She can possess people she takes over Polaris Lorna Dane, who is has love interest at this time or how what's your relationship with having? And Yeah, they've been together for awhile and they like they had just come back to the X. men kind of as like kind of out the roster essentially but malice usurps her role as the marauders leader essentially by taking over Polis and she battle obviously a lot harder because then everybody is worried about hurting polaris but then also she's powerful alarming Neto and yeah. MAKES THE BATTLE NOT PERTY tough doesn't Yup. A heck of a fight for Oh boy you guys should have seen this fight. Oh my goodness. Fight and I leave. This is the beginning of like Wolverine. There's two instances in this batch here between this and the classic x men were Wolverine and Sabertooth just kill each other you know and it's just like incapacitation like this is the beginning of the two of them will just constantly be each other's throats tearing each other down. That happens twice here the other subplot that I don't want to go into a lot of detail on because we don't even resolve it in these stories is A. Is nays. Naza is like he was a mentor to Forge, but he's currently on like a walkabout slash kind of road trip with storm who is looking for forge and. NAZA SLASH NAYS is. He is possessed or some sort of demon himself. There's a whole thing go on page and it's going. Yeah. I'm not super up to speed on it. I believe it continues Definitely continues in the next issue, which is uncanny twenty three. If you want to check that. Was Weird that stuff was like. Some Were they called is killers or something showed up and it was like these. Cheyenne spirits in their their eagles, snake bodies and I I don't I kind of didn't know what was going on but also somewhat chalk that up to maybe I wasn't I'm not reading the whole thing..
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"Or like literally, my least favorite marvel art probably that we've covered it all the secret wars to it's it's it's much better than that but it's like it's very average and it's coming from a creator who is considered much better using. It's worse than Singapore's to get out of. The. Art being take a train. Like bad to me in that I remember just being like background like in secret wars to yeah may maybe I missed remembering not that's my memory it is. It is. Abysmal. I mean that you have all right if you if you're going to say it's better have to go read seek worse to again that is your punishment for making that. All right. So just prepare. Silences better no I mean even as someone who critiqued like his his door art as not quite as good as everyone says, it is. This is like a considerably worse. So I don't know you know time crunch. This is just not the thing he was able to a bunch of time into it. I think the thing about the art is like it's fine whatever but the. Story just kind of feels like a whatever again, like it's it's all reaction if the x factor team who probably talked about it's iceman beast cyclops and Scott all kind of dealing with their internal drama. If you care about these characters, it's important I suppose in terms of them reacting to warns death in terms of Jean and Scott I think some of the most interesting waitress. Reacting to Madeline Pryor being A. Vanishing essentially after Scott had abandoned her right and there. had. The baby been born yet. Yeah. The baby had been born. In. Abandoning Young Nathan right like that stuff is like de Wyle. He thinks her dad because they're gone. No one can find him I don't remember we read that or not. But that is that's that kind of gets touched on in in the uncanny x men issues that we talk about. Around the baby I duNno remember we'll see the baby again. Don't worry. I'm just going to spoil it now. No babies were harmed in the making these comics. Tell. Me What he were by me what battling priors deal is like, do we know 'cause? Yeah. So we know. I. To me super loaded question like or sight I can tell you what we know. Yeah. I can tell you what we know at this point in Marvel Nineteen, eighty seven is Scott after the death of Jean, the.
"twenty six" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"It's not necessarily a stellar comic speaking of petition Stellar Comics though Captain America 3:32 to 3:35. We will close out the episode with writing by Mark gruenwald pencils by Tom Morgan inks by Bob McLeod cover by Mike SEC and off. Chance in a good cover Captain America no more. And you know what Zach I definitely had to screenshot this one. Not only because it's a good cover with Kap and the American flag like like bleeding. Oh, yeah on the rest of the page Abe Lincoln in the corner box getting a tear shedding a tear which boy did that feel appropriate for the for the current state of of America as we recorded this. What do you mean shortly after the first quote unquote presidential election a blinking crying feels like a sadly too apt metaphor. Not the election. Well some yeah. No, you're right. I meant a bit. So anyway, this song is this is the continuation of the grunewald are this is where the real meat comes in and the government the American government is basically telling cap in no short, you know order that. Hey we own both conceptually your costume your Shield the name The Branding that's all United States of America property. So that's cool. You need to come work for us or you can't do that anymore. You can't wage. App, it's cool. You can keep being cat but you need to now work specifically for the government which is a distinction. Obviously, the writers have made that we've talked about that is that is kind of essential to Captain America and gets spelled out very deliberately here by Grunwald and Company and by Steve Rogers in the pages where he sang like I am loyal to the dream. I am not just going to be this habit of the government political administrations, right and that that's what this comic deals with and I think it does so really well. I think it spells out like in one issue kind of everything about like, okay. What is it mean for this person to be called Captain America? What should their role in relationship with government and politics be I think this issue does a really nice job tackling that and it sets the stage for some for get started, What did you think about 3:30 to yeah, I agree. I've been I've been fussing a little bit about Mark gruenwald like not being able to I don't know put across any kind of like wage..
"twenty six" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"We talk later but cute little succulent and it just says see again. and. That is the end of this update to the doctor general just baffling don't apologize to Charlotte for my stories how dare you? It's just baffled. Chat she writes very. Very very thorough actually to thorough charlotte you don't have to write that much you can. You can cut up a lot of this. You're doing great I. I have no edits no changes. Yeah. transcribe that word for word. What can you explain something about that story for me? What? Anything any part of it I mean I got off to listen again because obviously missed it man of listening the NFL old doting Heim, man, bull, M. A., n. b. a. l.. Old Men Heim. Dolan. You WanNa know the secrets do you all know the church the trade to that one? Yeah. Please Dan's name is Dan Dan in his last name starts with an M. we're just throwing names out there our dachshund folks they ends fine I like Doc Stadium. Okie Doke what's just a just flipped the name and I made a thing Oh and I've been watching a lot of Hannibal lately. That's funny. All right. Simple enough. Good. There you have it. The my marvellous year universe. Yeah documented. It's very similar to my. The Lou Flamingo, murders of people being with plants that it just doubt. Don't doubt it also very similar to many a swamp thing comic maybe. Close similar enough that I have a plagiarism lawsuit. If you sue me over my marvellous year updates, I'm going to be so mad. I'll see you court. Yeah I think that's going to do it for us for nineteen eighty seven's first varying cover next up for nine hundred, seven, part three Oh. We got some good stuff. We've got mitzi there soon as four versus X. Men right What else is there second applauded up. Modeste versus X. Men we got Simonsen store to a rousing conclusion. Yup Fantastic four number three hundred stinks up the joint and Captain America three thirty two to three. Thirty five is pretty good. Pretty Damn good. Yeah. It's right. Yeah. Look looking forward to read more comics of nineteen all these runs. Like all the runs thinking I think with the next few years I'm just going to tell you that we're still in nineteen eighty seven. Until until you know like I can't sell it any longer like once were clearly referencing things that happen late nineties you know I'll have to admit isn't the one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, more Bill Clinton the governor of Arkansas what Zach it's a Typo fan fiction where he was he in the White House everything still eighty seven don't you worry Jeff keep enjoying the comics and that's what I want you all to do as well. Pretend whatever you need.
"twenty six" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"So I think I think the villain should be a dinosaur. And just like a psychic dinosaur are dinosaur options are sore on Steg Ron and devil dinosaur If we did a dino team up villain movie I mean I could take my kid to it and see him happier than I've ever seen him. So that's a huge upside. Dinosaurs may be due for I. Don't know a sore. Enrique a sore unfeatured villain spot wooden. Perplexing. Bizarre I. Mean that would be on the level of what Sony is doing their marble properties of like it guess what you're getting silver sable movie ripe. Yet. But. It's real. If Sony had X. men, it would million present be doing a sore on movie. And I'd be kind of intrigued I I have to admit although like I mean sore batting average. Very low right like he's been the miners for years. Okay. So are like the Best Soren story is What like the eight thousand best x-men story. Is like on the the seventies character violet that Neil Adams The Neal Adams Sorenstam's pretty darn good. Yeah I like the. art set. Let's let's get to Charlotte's next question she basically asked. A long a long winded way of asking very good question Well, we tapped into this one on on the upset with Matt, right? Yeah. Well so she talks about how like? Originally, Craven's the last time it was going to be wonder man grim reaper but what minor marvel character that never got a breakthrough like DC list? Would you like to see the same kind of treatment right? Get like an all time great story. So my first thought on this one was in, this may be because marvel announced A. King in black black. Knight one shot that's going to be written by size spurrier with art by somebody I really liked that now I'm blanking on which sounds exciting is Black Knight. Dane Whitman he's going to be an eternal It's a character that to my knowledge has approximately no good comics. Sorry Dan Whitman stance there. There is like we've talked about him in the pages of avengers in the pages of defenders. And we're not gonNA talk about a much beyond that 'cause he's a real boring character, but there's potential there. I think there's potential there I think in the right hands there could be a really good series and he has not got that glow up yet. That I've read in comics there have been some attempts I mean associated not that long ago..
"twenty six" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"We know we know right like who does that, but it helps a ton. It helps us a ton and you know there are things Zach that I'm thinking about is so our competitor, our nemesis that Barstool Sports Daddy podcast They have I think we've calculated its approximately million more reviews than we do and were trying to catch up. But you know what that means is there are million people who made I tunes, accounts in wrote reviews. So like in my head, it's like it's kind of a burden I only do it occasionally when I'm trying to network or whatever and It's like well but look at the look at the competition, how are they getting all these people you know right? So we know it's possibility and we know you're out there So I don't know if that level of pressure is going to make people. Ratings intervene have no idea. I don't know how they. REAP. So many you know I mean just helps being a big name podcast being like a corporate backed not. They're not corporate but like the thing the thing that is strange to me though is we have the exact same number of listeners. Yeah. Brains reviews or hate yeah. Yes. Exactly. That's the part that's totally I remember getting really frustrated with just It there there's a podcast came out like almost a year ago called the office ladies. It's Angela in Pam from the office or like doing a Rewatch the shout commenting on it like talking about episode by episode. ocular. Yes. Before their first episode came out, they had like fifteen thousand reviews before the first episode out and I was like at that point just like please let us get to fifty fifty please so. Yeah. That stuff's that could be frustrating. But well, at least you know what you know what Pam and Angela they've. They've done the work, they've done the work. In the work. Done some of the work you've done very little of the work. So, we'll see we'll see what we can get. Yeah. We appreciate those ratings and reviews You know what else we're the maybe we talked about some time reviews on Amazon of Comic Books Very, strange environment not trades right like because we really enjoy. Reading some of the funnier trades you know like you'll get four stars to wall Simonsen store in the review is arrived on time, right? Like that's fine. But I'm talking about single issues were there's this weird blend between Amazon owns comics allergy, and then there will be a review like day of where like. What was the example I saw recently X. factor number four maybe it had one star one rating for like a week and a half effort came out and that's like a big comic. You know what I mean like it's just totally. Totally. Like not with the cultural consensus not with the critical consensus thing they've established where like rating on Amazon, which still is A Amazon huge right like I know people don't think about going to comics there but because they're combined with college. Evan percolate niece thoughts acme. Alright about it someday. Yeah. I I. I probably would trust like comic book roundups. You know like people can leave reviews they're. Probably look at those over Amazon thank but Yeah I. Go. Going again I mean there's always gonna be that though like no matter how popular a comic is GonNa see a flurry of. And it'll be the one you know like the. More the it's more the like how infrequent they are versus the actual like rating itself. But anyway, we don't have to go down the rabbit hole. We got a lot of questions get to. Especially in the summer of this year slack, which obviously we've been promoting here wrote in with a lot of great questions you can right into my marvelous, your g mail dot.
"twenty six" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show
"And then an existing existing one but it was a really amazing time away from ordinary life zero regrets and a great reminder. I got from Tina Robertson. was that in many ways. This is why we coaches people. People that are maybe not working for a company anymore. Have chosen this now. I thought about that more I thought well yes. That's one of the huge benefits of doing it. Although I don't know that I like consciously set out to say yeah I WANNA be in location independent and Be Able to do whatever I want. How can I do that? Oh I could get into coaching. It was more the other way around. Coaching is really something that I love to participate in the recipe coached and then help other people something. This is just completely a tangent but something I've been playing with recently is when people ask what do I do is I help in unnecessary suffering gene. How many times do we put ourselves through unnecessary suffering in our minds based on the things we think about? But that's probably several other podcasts. So anyway it was a great reminder from Tina of what I was grappling with you know take a whole month off with that look like can we afford to Cetera et CETERA. But in the end we had the data and the bad enough information that just said you know what let's do this. What's the worst thing that could happen? And the worst thing that could happen was really not that bad so a few things that came together as a result of the ACS community that I was in for a good portion of two thousand nineteen nineteen came about largely sitting in Laguardia after week in New York City and talking to Karen who was one of my colleagues in the community and speculating ecalating about some work that we might want to do together and how we might do it now. Something have dabbled with. I said Yeah. I think I've done it. Three Times is equine coaching. So that's where you are doing activities with horse on the ground. You're not riding the horse I but your Typically leading the horse on a rope and or not and then interacting with the horse in different ways and learning about yourself based on the way the horse responds or doesn't and then using that in discussion with the coach to Karen Lives in Missouri and has six horses and has done some of this work and was looking to do more of it and we were talking about the possibility of could we do this with our clients. What would this look like? And so she's like well. Why don't you you just come visit and I thought well That would be a good idea then. There was needed. Had to go to Michigan for the final weekend vinyl weakened of ACS ACS meets three different times in three different places in the United States and so the third one was going to be a Michigan towards the end of August. Then related to this. My wife who who plays Bluegrass Banjo had applied to go to bail flex Banjo camp in North Carolina. Yeah and initially hadn't gotten in and so we kind of written it off and then she'd been added to a wait list and then they had come back and said Hey. Would you like to come for me. It was GONNA be flying to Michigan potentially fly into Saint Louis my wife needing to fly North Carolina. And then me wait a minute if we just drove. So that's three plane tickets right there. I added up the cost cost the plane tickets and everything else thought. Wait a minute if we just drove it would cost less. We would have more options and we have a lot more fun and we could all be together so three of US could travel and go to all these places as opposed to me and my wife traveling separately and spinning the same or more amount of money breath so little scary to ask for the time where necessary in take it but in the end it was super awesome. I have no no regrets. And if you have opportunity to take off a large block of time and do something like this. I think the experience is invaluable. So I've talked before about knowing down to the dollar how much it costs to live every month that was hugely useful as we plan this drip because we knew how much we spent how much we typically budget and spend in a typical month and then we were able to translate that. Add into what we estimated it would cost us to live on the road for a month factoring in staying people. We knew using hotel points camping camping so there were any number of ways that we were able to reduce costs and also know that we were still living within our means enes and not digging a big hole for ourselves. We'd have to dig ourselves out of later once again like Jayco. wellings whole thing around disciplined equals freedom was so oh true here. We also realize we were planning this that we're going to have some expenses no matter where we were if we're spending a certain amount for groceries every month at home wicked. Spend a certain amount of groceries on the road. They will eat out more. Yes did we spend more than we thought in some places yes did. We spend a lot lessons on places. Yes we did so we really in the end of this whole thing when we added up when we got home we. We sat down and and use a program called Y.. Nab You need a budget. which a highly recommend when we got home we add it up what it at all cost and we had come in several hundred dollars less than what we thought we were going to spend so have absolutely no regrets? Let's put a dent in our finances. It's not something we'll be trying to recover from for years and do it again in a heartbeat. What we found worked really well was having just enough of a plan kind of like life to some places? We had hard dates and deadlines. ACS was starting at a certain day. My Wife's Banjo campus starting and ending uncertain days so there were certain dates that were fixed but other things were not and so there. What we found worked really well was to scope out possible hotels attractions campgrounds? Along along the way that could be options that we could just go to versus spending an evening on the Internet in a hotel room. MM or on a cell phone with spotty internet coverage trying to figure out the next place state the generally work pretty well I would say in this make speculation half the information that we collected before we left. We didn't even use the half that we did not to be really valuable. So they're route. Though we took was essentially a big circle we left. Oregon went east and then North into Idaho to the Saad twos a mountain range that I had seen on a road trip in college years before this was way before I had been to Europe or traveled anywhere else and I was just taken by these mountains and thought someday I wanNA visit them and so we did. We ended up spending just a couple just one night there and then moving on there wasn't as much to see. There's we thought so from there we drove into Wyoming. The grand tetons ends an amazing campground in medicine bow at about eight thousand feet from there Nebraska Missouri Eh to visit Karen and her six horses for Missouri Touched Illinois. Just a little bit then Tennessee and then North Carolina where We stayed with some family. My wife went to our Banjo camp but spent ten minutes spent about thirty minutes and South South Carolina buying gas. We're right on the North Carolina and South Carolina and then as we left North Carolina. Go to Michigan. We went through Kentucky. Ohio and then into Michigan spent three or four days there and then left driving through Wisconsin Minnesota South Dakota Wyoming Montana Idaho and then back home so kind of a route through sort of the middle of the United States then North to Michigan here. The the the most surprising geography of this trip was the distance between North Carolina. Where we were staying and Michigan was a nine and a half hour drive? If you live on the west coast. You'd think no that would probably be may twenty hours but SURPRI distances East and west coast totally different. I don't know what to call it anyway. So there's there's the they're all the places that we visited the first. I nine days of his trip. So I mentioned that I'm on this reading and consumption fast and this is why I really I put it into use the about the first nine days of the the first ninety or the first seven or eight days of the trip. We camped which was by design. We've found found that by camping upfront. When you have more energy is better and save the hotels and that stuff for maybe the the end of the trip? There's also a lot out of driving so we this by. We did this by design to we had really long days driving. And then no driving which we've found from a previous trip when we drove a little a bit every day total path. Burn out so in this first nine days. I did not listen to podcasts. I did very little reading and all I did was stir out the window. Aw just kind of let him. I left my mind to its own devices in a sense it was there was just this big unwinding that needed to happen. There were moments of boredom there are moments of like is my mind. Starting to go crazy here was really good to just sit with all this and just be with it not good in a like. Wow this is a thrill a minute fun but there was something cleansing and there was something slowing down about it There was I. Guess an in an ironic way. There was a sense of stopping even though we were going somewhere. There's there's also some learning so and I remember this very particular stretch of Wyoming where this happens I think on every trip. We've done like this. There's the I I don't know week or so the trip there's a worry of like what if we break down and that was no exception here so oh I remember this stretcher. Wyoming west of the grant or east of the grand tetons where it was ninety degrees ninety five degrees. There was going to. We know no services some these some of these stretches of road fifty sixty miles There'll be a sign that says you know no services for fifty or sixty miles. Well if you're on empty or you're running you know if you're if you only have a couple of two three gallons of gas left and you hit one of those stretches you can really. It's possible run out of gas so I remember being in one of these stretches and thinking thinking okay so what if we broke down here what would we do You Know Eh. Occasionally you know I'd be in these big mountain passes asses or long stretches of road out on the planes and you just think well what would happen as you're climbing hill like the transmission would slip tip in some weird way or the engine start sound funny and then it would be the thought of like what if what if we break down. What if we get stuck here?.
"twenty six" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show
"Amateur about the road trip. I took in August of two thousand nineteen. It was six thousand eight hundred miles in twenty six days. And here's a little bit about what it was what I learned and I guess how it went. So you're not interested in road trips. You might get this episode or not. There's probably something in here. They will help you. Six thousand eight hundred miles sounds like a lot of miles in many ways. It is and then a lot of ways. It wasn't based on the way we structured the trip and things that we put into place on this trip that we learned in past trips that we're like this although not quite as long interesting thing about twenty six days being gone that long is it's just enough time or it is enough time to develop some new habits and new perspectives. Then yeah it was kind of interesting to build some new habits in a different way of living and then kind of come back to quote normal life if there is such a thing this chip evolved in somewhat of a serendipitous interesting way. My wife had been wanting to take a trip like this for a long time but I had said that I couldn't afford to take the time off. I couldn't envision how he would do a cross country trip affordably wasn't ready to buy an RV A and then several things just lined up to where it was almost a situation of like we'd be silly not to do this. This is totally within our reach. This is a little scary but let's do it so I ended up taking off almost all of August. I did a few things here and there with a couple of potential clients.
"twenty six" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"The fights in the montages are cool but I want the personal stuff. I WanNa see the pain and I want like when he had his kid and they're yelling each other. I WANNA see that. That's my favorite favorite part when Adrian goes down in the pet shop. Because they're about to have a kid and then she's in a coma and I'm like Damn I get you man but my wife is sick to man so relatable now see I'm so and then I was like you know I. I relate to people based on aches pains. You know more than anything I just really. I can't stay up for the world series anymore Man The list goes on on. It's so funny. I'm putting this in the grab bag by the way because that's hilarious. I'm so all I've forgotten being old forgot you were recording my language and got a little out of control. You might have to me or something. That's got the dump button saved. We're find there. You go excellent. That's that's a good one. That's funny this next segment is the final of this episode. The reason I chose to put this at the very end is because it's very very fitting with how our episodes go we record at night typically It gets really late for Brig so we can get a little bit. I guess you could say a little bit sleepy. The as the episode goes on those those being energies that we drink kind of start to wear off sometimes because it does take us some time to record and Well you'll you'll see what's like because this is one of our episodes very end. We actually wrapped right after this happened. It is very dense up than northern part of the US in that in that area with Ohio and New York and New York Pennsylvania Illinois the Hobby Pittsburgh is in Pennsylvania. Sorry I couldn't think of house like Whoa. And then their fence Vania and there's Ohio Al and then there's don't forget about Pittsburgh and Cincinnati Yeah Dopamine Cincinnati Cleveland. There's also Ohio also also you know my geography. What used to be but.
"twenty six" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Let's take a moment and I don't care if you put this in the grab bag or not but here's here's the deal. I am sick and tired of BS. The S. statistics in baseball. This is the first time in a lunar eclipse year. That we've had a player in left field. Yelled at Fenway on the third Thursday of the month who is left handed. It's amazing and he didn't make an error. I'm like what the freak is that. Have you had ended. Watched little all. Yes they make fun of that throughout the movie because they have going to their production systems in the background you know feeding the Guy Stats. A one of them is like well. Here's here's a fun stat for. He's betting to seventy five against right. Handed pitchers north on turf north of the Mason Dixon Line in the month of September since a certain day it's like yeah accents Wednesday happy and getting their attention like yeah check it out. That's my all very interesting nice. I can't stand that crap. I'm so sick of it. I totally agree with you. It it gets to go. It happens every day. Yes it does it does and I don't know it there. Everything's the first time ever or everything's the first time since aunts and it's either this really super ridiculous extreme or it's absolutely superfluous and it makes no sense though it was always crack me up. He's the tenth person to do it in the live ball era all while while we were so how does it happen before then. Nobody knows nobody knows. We don't talk about the Dead Ball era. Anyway sorry go ahead and the move on so before breaking I record each episode we sit and we talk for a few minutes kind of catch up on the week and things like that Typically typically we will record it Just in case we catch little gems like this. There are few here and there that I didn't think we're quite right for the grab bag but this is one that actually fit perfectly for the grab bag We specifically noted that we had this conversation. We thought it was a fun. Little conversation to include for you guys. It's it's A little throwback to a story about me in sixth grade I couldn't find Briggs side of the audio just hearing my part of the story here you ago so I was in Sixth grade and we were learning about tabloids and like basic fake news like the like the weekly World News and the national acquire and stuff like that about like in the one teacher showed us. She's like they just use photoshop and they put the stuff together. She's like like the The alligator boy sick. It's just photoshop. They just they just cut those pictures out pace them together and they have the alligator boy so we had an assignment. We had to come up with a fake story. We had to find two pictures and and put them together and there are a couple of kids whose parents you know says nineteen ninety nine. A couple of kids. Parents Have Photoshop and they're the rich kids in class that came back with. Are these really awesome awesome projects that were like seamless. You couldn't even tell 'cause their dad probably did it for him But me I just I. I didn't have any pictures that I wanted to cut out like. They're people who like combined pictures of friends and made like a monster. Whatever and so I? It's my sixth grade self. I wanted to be sports writer even then so I went to the Sports Section newspaper because I read it every day anyway and I found a picture reliving in Utah. We found it. I found a picture of Shandon Anderson. It was like his team Mugshot a cut that out and then I flipped them through in there as I kid you not this great big half page picture of Paulo meal And and it was like it's fall through on a swing like he just probably just the ball the right field. Whatever and so I kept? Paul kneels head off and put Shandon Anderson on it and my and it was. It looks so funny because because his head was smaller than the body and Shandon Anderson Mugshot uh he had like this a surprise look on his face. 'cause eyebrows were up and and so my headline it was Paul. O'Neil really Shandon Anderson and then the story I made it sound like he hit the ball so hard to his mask fell off and and it was revealed that Paul O'Neil l.. Who's been playing for the Yankees? All these years Really Shandon Anderson Utah Jazz small forward or something and I even like wrote up like this Joe. Torry Co quote like we've all been with him for years and none of us had any idea or something like that but we don't really care because he's such a great player that it just doesn't matter something like every time I see follow Neil here his name whatever. I think that he's really Shandon Anderson. Like I remember that and that was Oh gosh that that was twenty years ago so his my experience with Paul O'Neil his next clip is actually a bit of a blueprint and let me give a little bit of background so it makes sense. You understand what's going on here so when Brig and I record we each have our own audio tracks makes it easier for editing. It's a little bit cleaner that way And and when I put the podcast together I have to line up the audio tracks. Make sure that the conversation is actually flowing in working because sometimes our tracks We don't we. Don't push record at the same time anyway. What we did to do that was we? We did a clap so that there was a spike in the audio and the amplitude so that I could line up the the conversation a little bit. Easier We actually stopped doing that. And this next clip. It's part of the reason why because we struggled with it a little bit here we go all right. Let's go ahead and get started going to lead us in this week. Sure all right. Go ahead whenever you're ready. Oh it's clapper. Sorry Yeah sorry I drink a bang right before for the for the life. Oh Nice I'm ready to get her up there man. You're ready to go. I like all right ready. Three two one clap. We should do that again. Yeah we should three to one D do again three to one class last time Brad take four did wrong until the three one welcome baseball family or the baseball game. So in this next exclipse you're gonNA find out that it's very evident. The break does a whole lot more reading than I do and I do a whole lot more listening than he does. So you're going to be listening to here is evidence of somebody reading a name and pronouncing it wrong but that pronunciation can stuck in your brain and you're not able to change it to the correct pronunciation so Well let's just have less yoga's a maximum number of pitchers will be designated by the joint committee and the journalist. Jeff Basan who reported this. He says Major League. Yeah Jeff Passan thinks I didn't know that's how he pronounced his name cool. Yeah I listen to him a lot on our he comes on lead Qatar Law and he also does a killer elmo impression. It's so funny I read it stuff on the athletic. So he's awesome. I love that guy. You have a lot of respect for percentage guesses his name so Jeff Sani reported that the League is proposing fasten you what Passan like passing the ball. What did I say per se? Han Like Gun Corky Romano. It's it's it's it's beyond well now. His name's John. Just kidding passing. It's like the ball. It's French passing the ball freak. Okay let me start over with this whole thing. So kidding I won't repeat the whole thing. Passan your sheer positive overnight. Strain my brain throws branch when you say that. I know it's weird with the spelling but I'm one hundred percent certain it's passing ever heard him say it. Okay how about this three to one. It has been reported that the League propose no more than half affect teams players can be pitcher so brick and iron not that old okay. Let's just square that away. I but sometimes we feel old. We feel like our bodies have been put through quite a bit brig much more more than mine and he talks in this next clip about feeling old. Raise your hand if it's relatable because it's getting it's getting late there it's all good. I mean I know you'll be watch the game anyway but I didn't last night when you went to bed I did and then I woke up to P and I was like Oh and then I went back. I'm about I'm about to write an article about all the reasons I know. I'm super old now. Should he should. Because I'm I'm like. Nah Okay I've had two back surgeries. There's that but but I'm retired officially retired so lucky you but on Daba that I was we were watching all the rocky movies. I tell you we did a marathon. Oh yeah yeah and now my favorite parts of rocky or the boring reports.
"twenty six" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"I am Brad and I am actually flying solo this week I gave brig the week off because of Thanksgiving and I thought I'd do something fun here with what we're calling our grab back episode now this. There's something that we've teased a little bit over the last few months It's really going to be a kind of a compilation of I guess you bloopers Hampson deleted scenes things like Stuff that just didn't make it into the final cut of the podcast so you get in a little bit of a peek behind the curtain here. So let's take a listen to this. I this first segment. This was Something that was cut out because brig made me swear not to put it in the ups owed because he is worried about something he had said about the Yankees and he didn't want to jinx it. So here you go have listen okay so but that C or trying really hard to figure this out whereas were when you go talk about La. It's like well everybody as they've been in the last two years they all know what's going on. They all know how to handle it they all have the maturation done over with. So there's no YIP's they're not right and I think that that'll be interesting with these baby boomers up against a really super tight right. Seasoned dodgers absolutely that would be the perfect series and the perfect series to watch. Yep let's pray for it every night every every single night for God's Yankees Fan so it should be easy uh-huh I I. I'm just kidding you know. Last time I said God was a Russell. Wilson Fan immediately. Threw a pick so well Watch I didn't say that you can cut that. From the record of the whole part is it that gets out into the ether. Where all screwed in Baltimore will come back and win the whole thing last? Just the last thing we want the buck buck showalter firings right didn't he. Last year was the two two years ago years ago a year or two after you fire shelter you go on and win win the world series. Joe Torre knows all about that is he does. Oh my gosh. Ah Spun around three times as well to assaulting shoulder. I have out out here and I have every totem and prayer shawl and rabbit's foot and everything. I'm spinning my top right now length counterclockwise. This'll be a great segment for the grab bag. Yeah uh-huh oh my gosh. I'm so excited to put that together. That's GONNA be awesome. Oh Gosh that is going to be awesome. You cannot air that until after the season is over to November. Oh good because if you if you put it up at during the world series that is Yankees dodgers straight kill you. I will fly to Idaho. He'll you they are up three. Oh God is a Yankees fan the Yankees blown another three days. Can you see the just the heartache worldwide heartache. It would rain for a month straight. All the angels would be so sad and the ones in Anaheim. Oh goodness AH rain for a month in Anaheim. Nothing uh-huh Sunshine in La. I can't believe you know I can't wait till we talk about the home or ism the the topic because it's one of my favorite things saga about all it's so fun a little unlike homers because in my opinion like the if buren national broadcaster. There's no room for homer ISM but if you're a hometown broadcaster. TV or radio. My Gosh you gotta just be as excited as possible absolutely yeah Killer sure kills me. How many comedy guys? And and now gals right. They hold back. 'cause they're trying they're trying so hard to get to the next level that they don't want to be professional. Yeah I showed off just showed him. Yes it look. If you're a cubs broadcaster you should be yelling at the the top of your lungs when the cub they used to do that. And now it's this whole journalism mentality where we have to be fair and unbiased. And I'm like no not when you're the hometown guy. Yeah no you don't need to be the you don't need to be unbiased. As a hometown guy enough The mariners guys they They are so up and down with the game. It's the best. I love listening to it so fun. That's what it should be. That makes it more fun and more. It's more enjoyable. We're engaging yes absolutely so put that in your grab grab bag. You know what I used to say you. I used to put that in your prayer and ponder it or put that in your blog and post it right. Yeah that's a good one. I heard put that in your pipe and smoke it one day and then I was like now. Put that in your partner at the. That's funny all right. I'm getting low on battery on my mic gay. So let's wrap this up. I'm getting long battery in my brain. Oh Yeah for sure all right so let's see where were we. Okay this next segment. It's something we just kinda stumbled across and you heard most of this conversation in the episode but Brig Got A movie quote wrong from one of our a favorite baseball movies. Have Listen and see if you can tell what he got wrong before I correct him eventually. It's going to happen so the only the only thing that has to happen is somebody has to win a world series on a stolen base. You're right like once that happens. Everybody's GonNa go back to running basis and for every night every night before I have a job style. Sh- BRIAN SETUP to small ball. Nice in my office very nice. Yeah Yeah it's going are you. Are you giving them the right room. It's really good rum. My wife is so pissy about the cigars I'm like. It doesn't matter. Like if she understood that the stakes here she would be SM- smoking can with him or something. I don't know she herself. Yeah it's just so ungrateful sometimes about what job. WHO Does for us? Don't piss off job who know. Don't take Ron and Jesus Christ can't throw a curve ball. You can't hit a curveball hitter. Take that out. I'm not allowed to have gone that wrong. Jesus Christ Koerbel. That's one of my favorite lines in all of cinemas and I got it wrong. There's so many so many begins in that movie. Oh my goodness did you know that. That actor and for whatever reason can't think of his name right now is still remembered most in his whole career that that is the line he's remembered for and it's he said I think he said in an interview while back that that's his favorite line. He's ever delivered on screen ever her it should be and she stop people. Stop Him and ask him to say and he does. He obliges them because he thinks it's awesome. That's amazing yeah. That's amazing. I love it so funny. Have you seen major league to yeah So I saw something you to me. Yeah just asking me. And it's one that I think people forget about. There's so many gems in that movie like like the Dumb Catcher for one when he makes the roster show. Hey Hey I made the rooster also history. Sometimes people look at me funny like that one and then also park many know the guy that they trade for and then they trade him to the White Sox Yeah Avila Neela on the rays looks just like really look it up just like he has that stubble double beard and everything like just waiting for her to do that. Little Shimmy drives all the women in Tampa Bay crazy. A AH man baseball movies. They are the best. They're the best. Well let's take a break really quick. How about that? I think it's a great idea. We'll be right back okay. This next one is actually something that I heard on another podcast. I thought it was funny. And I thought I'd give it a try on ours and it just happened to be the episode where Brig was out and Quinn was subbing in for him. What I did was I slowed down the audio audio to about half speed It's a good laugh It sounds kind of funny. It does a little bit robotic just because of what happened when I slowed it down but I hope you enjoyed this as much as I did the very first time I listened to it. Here you go comes.