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"visser" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:58 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He did not look up once at the screen, and then after game 6, the loss in LA, which brought back to game 7 in the garden, Larry Bird was sleeping on the LA on the LAX concourse waiting to board the flight. That's how different the culture was. And nobody went up to him and now everyone would have had a phone crept in and taken a selfie with a sleeping Larry Bird. They wouldn't be near him. Oh, if that were the case now, yeah. But I remember once, I mean, things that come back to me that just show how distinct the cultures were, match up one time told me that he said to vlade divac, vladi, in this country, we don't smoke at halftime. I mean, isn't that an amazing? And by the way, as ewell attest, interviewing vlade, you always got a delicious whiff of body odor mixed with cigarettes and oftentimes a little bottle could too. I mean, you never knew what we were going to get when you interviewed him. Sweating was the worst. Like Walton claims he was one of the big sweaters, but I mean, I had Patrick Ewing. After postgame, Moses Malone, I mean, rivers rivers. Yeah, Karl Malone was one of those guys that you almost asked him to towel down before you interviewed him for fear of being shellac or coated with sweat. Leslie, when what was the moment that you realized I made it? Oh, I don't think I ever had that moment. My most profound was CBS Ted shaker sent me to the fall of the Berlin Wall, and that was just, you know, one of the stories of the century and as I mentioned, my dad had grown up in the Netherlands and they were under the Nazi boot for 5 years, Rotterdam was bombed in 40, liberated in 45. So for me to be at the fall of the Berlin Wall and see people come through that Brandenburg gate from East Germany, I just can't tell you it was just so profound for me. Yeah, I would say that, you know, I mean, being on the field for some pretty major super bowls, you know, we're great. I have one funny story that I worked for a little while. You did too for real sports, and they sent me to Shanghai for a week. It was the first interview Yao did before he came before he entered the NBA draft. And as you know, when you do a story in a communist country, it's very involved. You have the government minder. You have the interpreter. You have somebody else watching over you. Of course, I would have somebody like you, there's a producer. So there's just all these people. So every question has to go through all these people, right? Would you ask, yeah, and then it goes to three other people, and the translator, and then it goes back and you get the answer. The very last day, the last question I asked Yao Ming was, he made a $20,000 for the Shanghai sharks. And so my last question was, yeah, you're about to enter the NBA. You know, you're going to go from making $20,000 to and he cuts me off, looks at me and says, I'll get used to it. So I guess the whole week was like a joke. How do you remember everything so well? I do. You know why? I'll give you the secret to that. What if I switch these? Lou was this going to work better? All right, I'll try this. I'm sorry to your audience. It's really unprofessional. All right. I mean, this is podcasting. It's relaxed. It goes, yeah. I had a secret, you know, I had mentors and thank you so much for calling me one of yours, but I had a lot of mentors to happen to all be men because they were not women. But one of them was the great red Smith, who was the first sports writer to win the Pulitzer Prize at The New York Times. And red had a tradition at The Kentucky Derby, he would ask a young writer to walk the infield with him, and that was before it was corporate. It was just all college kids, you know, they had their booze in shopping carts. And so one year read asked me, which is like being anointed. And we're walking through the infield at the Derby, stepping over kids, who've passed out, and red said to me, Leslie, I have one piece of advice for you in your career, wherever you are, make a memory. And I did. So I have those postcards in my head. I can see Yao saying it. I can see the people coming through the Brandenburg gate. So you would stop and allow it to imprint in your mind. Exactly. Exactly. I didn't even before I knew I would have to ask questions. You know, I wanted to make a memory of what was happening at the end of the final four. Jim valvano running around or what was Derek whittenburg doing who claims it was a pass, of course it was, and it was an air ball. But I wanted to have that for myself. So, you know, I have, I have lots of those. I've kept them. For so many more stories, guys, listen to in conversation, Leslie's podcast that she has with SiriusXM because she has incredible guests on. She mentioned Keith Hernandez, but also she shares a lot of stories like this. I want to be cognizant of your time because it's, you know, there's nothing worse than having an interview that never ends. So do you have a couple two or three more minutes? Yes, I do, and I would say one thing is the best besides my mom and what red Smith told me. And you've heard this a lot before, but people should really try to imprint this, I think, on themselves, is of course you've heard the great Billie Jean King who won 20 Wimbledon finals, right? Singles, doubles mixed doubles, always in the Wimbledon final. And she was asked, what is the pressure of all was being in the Wimbledon final, and her answer changed the chemistry of my brain. She looked like she didn't understand the question, and she said, are you kidding? Pressure is a privilege. So what about the pressure that you felt though? It may be a privilege, but it's pressure nonetheless that you've been the first of everything. You've been the first woman in the NFL Hall of Fame. Every broadcasting award, this year you're being honored at the Emmys. You were the first to do everything. You were the first woman, as you said, to do a trophy presentation and the last, by the way. You were the first woman and we read the list of accolades before you came on, but how do you rationalize that within? The pressure that you had, and yet you performed at the highest level for so long. I think in the beginning, I was probably protected by my innocence,.

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"visser" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I want to go back to Boston. And I want to go back to your first jobs. When you walked into the globe, either as an intern or when you got your first job, what was the reaction from the guys in the newsroom? Because newsrooms are notoriously difficult. Oh, for me, it was like, you know, that was the book heaven is a playground for me, heaven is The Boston Globe sports department. We were, they were the 27 Yankees. Every single person we win every year write the greatest sports section in America. And every single person was the best at his position, Peter gammons was the best baseball bob Ryan best basketball, when McDonald's best football bud Collins taught America tennis. He's the person who taught America how to follow how to watch tennis. So I think they were great to me because they were so secure in their own each one had a slice of the pizza that they were the best that they were are columnists were LeMond fill and rap Fitzgerald. Dan, as you know, shaughnessy, and Kevin DuPont and I, where the high school writers, when I first got there, so it was everybody was comfortable and it was a hang. You know, one thing I lament now being around press boxes is that people don't hang. It doesn't seem to be, you know, we'd all go to runions, we'd all go wherever it was and you talk ball and you'd tell funny stories and I don't know. That or maybe exaggerating it in my head, but I don't think so. I don't think so. I remember running is only too well. And also you're right. You do your work. This is what I, again, when I was a kid growing up and I used to pal around with Dan shaughnessy and he would let me tag along and go to games. He loves you, Susie. I hope rich isn't listening. Oh my God, is that a crush on you for like 30 years? Yeah, don't worry, rich isn't listening. Notice she didn't deny it. It was that rich as a listening. Don't worry. He's not listening. He's just going to pull a good he's going to pull a good clip and put it on the rich eisen show and then we're going to move on down the road. So you know, we used to go, we used to go out. He would file his he'd send me to the locker room. I'd get my quotes from Willie mcginest and Chris Slade and Drew Bledsoe who I just thought was dreamy. And then he would file and then we'd go have some drinks. And people would sit down. You couldn't come right down after a game. You know, people had to Keith Hernandez was just telling me this morning how that was part of the problem when that whole culture they were all into the drugs is that you just can't you can't finish a game at 9 30 at night and then just go right to bed. So yeah, for us, it was runions and you could dissect everything that you just seen and people would kick it around. I don't know that. Part of part of the greatness of our jobs is that camaraderie, I think. And that's missing. You're so right. I mean, really, I guess Leslie, we don't have enough to work on together, but that's our next sitcom is that 80s or 70s Boston. I think maybe it would be 90s. Who knows 80s, 80s? Boston sports hangout. It's like cheers again. We've talked about this before, but you're right because it really was a sitcom. PJ Clark was another good place to go and after doing a Yankees. Seems to have been there. You have to say, best Tupac's. And that's one thing like because of our jobs, you know, most people, I was privileged, I wrote John Madden's bus with him. I did all the Madden, some are all games, and John used to say you shouldn't be able to run for president unless you've traveled America by bus. And you know, if John would see light we'd be going through Utah if he'd see lights in a field, we would stop and it might be girls softball or little league baseball, and it was such a, I don't know. Yeah, I guess it was a privilege to ride around and just to hear his comments. I remember once we were on our way to a 49er game and John's looking at the window, you know, buses bouncing along. And John turned back and he said, dark chocolate. I don't get it. It's like they got halfway to milk and quit. Like that was his brain. Who was the most impactful relationship you made in sports? Of course you were there at his party, may I was there at his party because you could because for everyone listening, Leslie had a way of making sure that every woman who came after her in swords was included. And that doesn't happen. A lot. But wait, can I tell the story of the party? Oh God, okay. So John one year, John lived in famously lived in the Dakota, where of course John Lennon had been shot and Leonard Bernstein Lauren Bacall, all those people live there. So John would park his Madden cruiser when he was on the east coast out in front of the Dakota. And so John one year so, you know, for Christmas, I want to give you a night on the Madden cruiser and all your girlfriends can come and Dave and Willie the two drivers, they can take you around to bars in New York. So can loop Pellegrino get me some new earbuds, please. Okay. So thank you, Lou. So this will be your gift for coming on the show. It's a very good pair of earbuds. So we go over as you know, to the Dakota 25 girls, John's idea of hosting this Christmas cocktail party was to give each of us a paper cup, and he went around with a bottle of Jack Daniels, right? Everybody got a shot. And then John walked us out, we all got on the bus, and people just have to picture this. As the bus is turning on to Central Park west, you see John Madden in the middle of the road yelling. If all you single girls can not get lucky, riding around on the Madden cruiser during Christmas week going to bars, you are losers, losers, and he's yelling as the bus is pulling away..

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"visser" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Hi guys, thanks for coming back for another edition of just getting started. I am Susie Schuster and today is a day that I was actually nervous before we taped this conversation with the great Leslie visitor. I was her intern in 1994. I got super lucky. There was an ad on the wall at Columbia looking for an intern for CBS sports. I went downtown because at the time, a 116th street downtown 50th street, it's not downtown. It's midtown. I thought it was downtown. A snuck past the security guard and the guy named Brent Andrew interviewed me, IBS a little bit. I got the internship and I found myself three months later on a flight that my mom paid for to the final four. And this is the year the Arkansas razorbacks won my brother had to tell me the starting 5 on a Delta cocktail napkin. And I got to be an intern for CBS sports and what happened changed my life. This is how I got started. Leslie bistro took me aside. She was wearing a red blazer at the time. She always wore a power red blazer. And she took me under her wing. She taught me the ropes. She gave me her number. We didn't have emails. And she said, stay in touch, and here's the best advice you could ever have. She said, turn off the TV, watch games without sound. If you know what's going on, then you're good enough and you know what's happening. She said, but be organized and be prepared, never be afraid to ask more questions and know your stuff. Leslie visser is the reason why I'm sitting in this chair today. And she is going to be my guest on just getting started. I'm going to take a minute and read to you her accolades because this is bananas. Voted the number one female sportscaster of all time by the national sportscasters of America, visitors in 7 halls of fame. I mean, 7 was named a Muhammad Ali daughter of greatness in one Billie Jean King's only outstanding journalist award. She is the first woman to be enshrined in the pro football Hall of Fame. The first woman to report from a Super Bowl sideline, the first woman on Monday Night Football, the only woman to have presented the championship Lombardi trophy at the Super Bowl. She was the first woman NFL analyst in both radio and TV in the first female sportscaster to carry the Olympic torch. She's the first woman to win this sports Emmy lifetime achievement award. The first woman to win the BFO a lifetime achievement in her 45 year career. What hasn't she done? What she hasn't done? Come on, just getting started. Leslie vested in my conversation with her is next. As promised Leslie viser, I mean, you guys have to understand the pressure that I feel, having this conversation with you, Leslie. This is almost like giving your dissertation to your professor after this many years. You've come on the rich eisen show with me before, but this is intimate. Podcasting is different. And I'm so excited that you're joining us here on just getting started because I got started because of you. So I guess we start by saying thank you. Thank you and thank you. I am so thrilled. Usually we're someplace where there aren't lights all around us and we're leaning into each other and having a really great conversation. So, you know, I'm thrilled to do this with my buddy. Yeah, it's amazing and Leslie and I are working on an incredible project right now documenting the history of women in sports broadcast. That will be coming to you sometimes soon we're developing it right now. And it's really exciting to do this with you because of our relationship and because we've gone back for years and it all starts with you, Leslie. And that's why I thought the perfect guest for just getting started for everyone out there who is trying to find their way and trying to find something deep within to invent themselves to reinvent themselves to find their way. I know your story inside and out because I've been lucky to be by your side for so long. But I want to take you back and maybe teach people about where you began. What is your earliest sports memory? Oh, gosh, it had to be, I grew up with I'm just that much older than you that I grew up with the miserable Red Sox. So it was going to Fenway, I was probably 8 years old, and my older brother, Chris. We went, we used to go to games when we could, you know, sit in the bleachers, take the bus, and I just remember learning, you know, 6 to four to three, and that's my favorite play, double play in baseball. But I've carried a journeyman pitcher Ike to lock. Nobody knows him, right? Everybody else has Mickey Mantle cards or whatever. I had Ivan Ike to lock from highland park Michigan, our journeyman pitcher who won about 14 games when he at his best a year, and he was a reliever when he started, and he must have waved to me or something and the bleachers, and so then I de Locke became my guys. That was, yeah, that was really earliest memory. Isn't it so funny how those moments become indelible in your brain that first moment of connection? Maybe that's where we get that love of that passion the first spark, the first idea that I can do this. It's that connection. Is someone even if for me it was Jim rice for you as I do. I mean, we always had our own things that would connect us to the world of sports. So then what happened in your life that brought you to realize that you could find your way through sports journalism, what was your first step?.

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"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"I'm sure I'll talk to you within 20 seconds of it. Exactly. Because I feel like I talk to you more than I talk to my husband these days, but by the way, that might be a good thing. Who knows? No, no. He's the best, but we have good things to say. So yeah, call me as soon as we hang up. I can't wait. Thanks again. I love you. Thank you. I love you more. She's Leslie vista. There's no one like her. Her stories are incredible. There's no one she hasn't interviewed. Well, very few anyway. Maybe Barack Obama can call in and give her a little interview on. Her conversation on conversation with Leslie visser, but her book is called sometimes you have to cross when it says don't walk. A memoir of breaking barriers. She has. She's broken every barrier that there is. And as you can tell, just in listening to her conversation, she's the best person, and she is evidence number one of how to be classy and how not to be intimidated by other people by feeling great about yourself. There's room for others to come in your wake. Next week, Angela Kinsey from the office ladies podcast. If you love the office, you can't miss this one. So Angela, of course, played Angela in the office. She is nothing like her character, but she is laugh out loud, funny, and we're gonna talk all about the office, how she got started. She's gonna take us behind the scenes of the office, ladies, podcasts, and tell some stories about the office that maybe you haven't heard before. So I'll give you some confidence on getting your career going too. Thanks for taking this edition of just getting started. I'm Susie Schuster. I'll be back right in this chair next week. Do you love Lala canton on Vanderpump rules? Now get to know her on give them Lala. Lala with her assistant chess. I get an interaction hangover. Voila, you're an extroverted introvert. That's like that one it is. So people would probably assume you're an extrovert because when you're out, you're social and this and that, but it takes a toll on you. It did. But that's a real thing. You get like physically exhausted. My body hurt. Yeah. Give them Lala listen wherever you get your podcasts..

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"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"It? Oh, I don't think I ever had that moment. My most profound was CBS Ted shaker sent me to the fall of the Berlin Wall, and that was just, you know, one of the stories of the century and as I mentioned, my dad had grown up in the Netherlands and they were under the Nazi boot for 5 years, Rotterdam was bombed in 40 liberated in 45. So for me to be at the fall of the Berlin Wall and see people come through that Brandenburg gate from East Germany, I just can't tell you it was just so profound for me. Yeah, I would say that, you know, I mean, being on the field for some pretty major super bowls, you know, we're great. I have one funny story that I worked for a little while. You did too for real sports, and they sent me to Shanghai for a week. It was the first interview Yao did before he came before he entered the NBA draft. And as you know, when you do a story in a communist country, it's very involved. You have the government minder. You have the interpreter. You have somebody else watching over you. Of course, I would have somebody like you, there's a producer. So there's just all these people. So every question has to go through all these people, right? Would you ask, yeah, and then it goes to three other people, and the translator, and then it goes back and you get the answer. The very last day, the last question I asked Yao Ming was, he made a $20,000 for the Shanghai sharks. And so my last question was, yeah, you're about to enter the NBA. You know, you're going to go from making $20,000 to and he cuts me off, looks at me and says, I'll get used to it. So I guess the whole week was like a joke. How do you remember everything so well? I do. You know why? I'll give you the secret to that. What if I switch these?.

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"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

05:10 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"So that series was just tremendous game 7 Jerry West income. He never went to game 7s because he'd lost 6 titles to the Celtics, so he didn't even come to the garden, then in 86, when they met again, the Celtics of course beat Houston in they beat the rockets in 85, but now it was back to the Lakers again. So that was wild. And that was the one that Bill Walton came to the team, Bill Walton, was the Celtic 6th man, and he said that he got out of clipper hell. He had Donald Sterling got out of clipper hell and coming to the Celtics was his Salvation, even though he was half broken down. And just to show you how great he was in that team was, ML Carr picked up Bill Walton at the airport when he went to the Celtics, and the first thing Bill Walton did was drive to Robert parish's house to tell him I am not here to take your job. And when Paris went into the Hall of Fame, he asked Bill to be as presenter. So that was wild. Who was your favorite of them all the interview? Oh, I loved magic. You know, and I loved I actually didn't get to know Paris till after. He never talked to us. He didn't talk to anybody. But moon bird was a riot, you know, bird was I did a Super Bowl commercial. How about this? They called. And first they called me personally. And they said, Leslie, do you want to do this was the Super Bowl in like 90? Remember they played horse, Larry and magic. Okay, so they called and said, Leslie, do you want to do a commercial? With Michael Jordan and Larry Bird for McDonald's for the Super Bowl, and I said, are you kidding me? I'll pay you. So my agent was like, what? You just cost yourself so much money, but it was one of those ones where they played horse, and it was through the goal posts near the bench off Leslie visitor's head and I remember that. It was unbelievable. And they had to do it a million times. They'd rented out the old orange bowl, painted it, you know, McDonald's had huge money. And Larry couldn't say my name. I'd known the guy for 20, whatever years. And so I would say, you know, through the bench near the goalposts of Elizabeth's head cut, no Larry, you have to say Leslie, this is head. So like I had a migraine, you know? 18th take ridiculous. I mean, that's a ridiculous memory to have Leslie. I mean, to be in one of the probably the biggest commercials in the history of television. I mean, that not being hyperbolic. I mean, I remember that so well because I had magic and Larry on the back of my door in Dartmouth Massachusetts. I'm just saying, but also because that translated everywhere, the NBA became a huge sensation with that partnership of magic and there. I mean, I mean, who didn't try to imitate Magic Johnson saying but Larry Bird, I mean, it was just there was something so fun and friendly and intimate about that crazy rivalry..

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"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"I want to go back to Boston. And I want to go back to your first jobs. When you walked into the globe, either as an intern or when you got your first job, what was the reaction from the guys in the newsroom? Because newsrooms are notoriously difficult. Oh, for me, it was like, you know, that was the book heaven is a playground for me, heaven is The Boston Globe sports department. We were, they were the 27 Yankees. Every single person we win every year write the greatest sports section in America. And every single person was the best at his position, Peter gammons was the best baseball bob Ryan best basketball, when McDonald's best football bud Collins taught America tennis. He's the person who taught America how to follow how to watch tennis. So I think they were great to me because they were so secure in their own each one had a slice of the pizza that they were the best that they were are columnists were LeMond fill and rap Fitzgerald. Dan, as you know, shaughnessy, and Kevin DuPont and I, where the high school writers, when I first got there, so it was everybody was comfortable and it was a hang. You know, one thing I lament now being around press boxes is that people don't hang. It doesn't seem to be, you know, we'd all go to runions, we'd all go wherever it was and you talk ball and you'd tell funny stories and I don't know. That or maybe exaggerating it in my head, but I don't think so. I don't think so. I remember running is only too well. And also you're right. You do your work. This is what I, again, when I was a kid growing up and I used to pal around with Dan shaughnessy and he would let me tag along and go to games. He loves you, Susie. I hope rich isn't listening. Oh my God, is that a crush on you for like 30 years? Yeah, don't worry, rich isn't listening. Notice she didn't deny it. It was that rich as a listener. Don't worry. He's not listening. He's just going to pull a good he's going to pull a good clip and put it on the rich eisen show and then we're going to move on down the road. So you know, we used to go, we used to go out. He would file his he'd send me to the locker room. I'd get my quotes from Willie mcginest and Chris Slade and Drew Bledsoe who I just thought was dreamy. And then he would file and then we'd go have some drinks..

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"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"Well, I think like you, we had the great fortune of being born in Boston. I mean, my childhood was Ted Williams. Number four, Bobby Orr and Bill Russell. So, you know, I just, it was championships, the Celtics did not lose until I was in high school. It was ridiculous. And on Halloween, I would dress up as Sam Jones, who we just lost a few months ago, but I would draw the number 24 on my little white T-shirt and try to learn a bank shot. So I mean, you know, this tooth is the in Boston three things are important. Politics, sports, and speaking. You know, it's like, I remember at The Boston Globe where you know I started. I didn't take the floor unless I had something interesting or funny to say, because words are our theater in Boston. I guess maybe closest to London, you know, that's what we major in. So I really, I knew I wanted to be a sportswriter from the time I was ten years old, 9 or ten years old, and my family had moved quite a bit when I was younger, and we were living in Cincinnati, and my mom, one day she was a teacher, and she said to me, I was about ten, and she said, what do you think you want to be when you grow up? And I said, I want to be a sports writer. Which, of course, was a job that did not exist for women. But she created the whole template of my life. She didn't say, oh, you can't do that, girls don't do that. She said, that's great. Sometimes you have to cross when it says don't walk. The name of your book, which by the way, for any of you out there, is the easiest and greatest read. Because it's written in your voice. And that's such a gift. I think so many writers don't understand that you can write like you're having a conversation. Well, circle around to this later on in the podcast because I learned how to write by watching you to write conversationally like you're having a conversation. That's what the book is like. The whole book feels like you're talking to me. And that it's intimate. It's a relationship. It's almost like having a back and forth only you're the one that's the listener, which is the kind of neat and special feeling about it..

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"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:20 min | 4 months ago

"visser" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"Hi guys, thanks for coming back for another edition of just getting started. I am Susie Schuster and today is a day that I was actually nervous before we taped this conversation with the great Leslie visitor. I was her intern in 1994. I got super lucky. There was an ad on the wall at Columbia looking for an intern for CBS sports. I went downtown because at the time, a 116th street downtown 50th street, it's not downtown. It's midtown. I thought it was downtown. A snuck past the security guard and the guy named Brent Andrew interviewed me, IBS a little bit. I got the internship and I found myself three months later on a flight that my mom paid for to the final four. And this is the year the Arkansas razorbacks won my brother had to tell me the starting 5 on a Delta cocktail napkin. And I got to be an intern for CBS sports and what happened changed my life. This is how I got started. Leslie bister took me aside. She was wearing a red blazer at the time. She always wore a power red blazer. And she took me under her wing. She taught me the ropes. She gave me her number. We didn't have emails. And she said, stay in touch, and here's the best advice you could ever have. She said, turn off the TV, watch games without sound. If you know what's going on, then you're good enough and you know what's happening. She said, but be organized and be prepared, never be afraid to ask more questions and know your stuff. Leslie visser is the reason why I'm sitting in this chair today. And she is going to be my guest on just getting started. I'm going to take a minute and read to you her accolades because this is bananas. Voted the number one female sportscaster of all time by the national sportscasters of America, visitors in 7 halls of fame. I mean, 7 was named a Muhammad Ali daughter of greatness in one Billie Jean King's only outstanding journalist award. She is the first woman to be enshrined in the pro football Hall of Fame. The first woman to report from a Super Bowl sideline, the first woman on Monday Night Football, the only woman to have presented the championship Lombardi trophy at the Super Bowl. She was the first woman NFL analyst in both radio and TV in the first female sportscaster to carry the Olympic torch. She's the first woman to win this sports Emmy lifetime achievement award. The first woman to win the BFO a lifetime achievement in her 45 year career..

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"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

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"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Myself and were produced by a woman. Co-produce suzanne smith and emily deutsche and our to producers are women Julie carrigan samson so to go that distance in forty forty years. Forty a little more than forty years is enormously gratifying on the list of accolades or awards. You treasure most. is there anything that you put above. First woman to receive the sports emmy lifetime achievement award now are two That one Because they don't give it. Every year. The sports emmy and the list of people. Who want it dan you you would sit in a room with them or dinner. Press box and just be just so enormously. Grateful the i think jim mckay was the first winner and kirk out who. I grew up listening. He called red sox games on w. h. d. h. I had my little transistor under the covers and it saw a december And burn lung quiz and john. Madden and jack whitaker from kind of all the people that we have really very much appreciate it. So yeah i i was. I was really grateful for that. I'm being the first woman in the pro. Football hall of fame was astonishing I got a letter from john. Madden that said the hall of fame. You can't be born into it. you can't buy your way into it. You have to earn. That's pretty cool. What do you regard as the most moving moment from the hall of fame experience. Oh for me it was. It was a great class it was John madden the late great. Reggie white troy aikman harry carson. So it was just really a wonderful class and troy aikman in his speech. Now believe this. I couldn't believe this in troy speech. He said congratulations to all the other honorees. And to lesley visser who brought class and dignity to the world of journalism. It makes me proud to be in her company today. And you know i am. I almost passed out. And i looked up and choi winked well. You know your grace's uncommon. Do you not know that you have an uncommon grace. I think i remembered the great. Tom ron rapoport writer. He put that new book ones Yeah i mean my dad grew up in amsterdam under the nazi occupation. He was not jewish but he went to the same montessori school as in frank. You know the dutch. They're all helping each other. So i used to think you know Whatever this is the can't be as bad as growing up under the nazis. Stugotz here for our friends over at draftkings. I love draftkings. I spend all my time there seriously. I have my mail.

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"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Billie jean. Beat bobby riggs. Which i thought was. The seminal moment of the women's movement. It was so important about gender equity financial equity societal. Equity that i felt gosh billie jean was such an idol. Now a very good friend of mine but that meant so much. And and you know the sixties. I was coming off growing up in the sixties. I went to high school in the berkshires area massachusetts. But it's a lot of colleges. I went to high school as women. Holyoke as but amherst as there's snippy mass so they're always peace marches civil rights marches equal rights so. I felt that i wasn't afraid of the challenge. I was afraid of disappointing people. And so when you're in the parking lot being treated like differently than everyone else when you're sprinting to use the public restroom there's not anger in there there's not a resentment about the unfairness of it while it's happening. We had no human resources. There were there were no. There was no blog area then as she. No there wasn't google. There was nothing except your pad and your brain and the opportunity. And i could not believe that i was getting. I was twenty three years old. And i was standing up. You know at a. I think now the bus globe staff. When i was there. I think that we're in twelve halls of fame. So you know everybody was the best at his position and i felt enormous pressure. And you know you probably know this or heard it. You know the original. Pti was peter. Gammons bob ryan arguing. Who sweats more moses malone or west unseld anything anything and everything so it was an extremely knowledgeable. You didn't take the floor at the globe unless you had something either funny to say original. Or here's the fact. You know like like if it were today. I would say well you know. j. cole's in quarantine in rwanda so that you know. That might be something. I could jump in with but other than that it was. Just listen and learn. What is it like for you when you speak at classes to have young women come up to you and tell you what an inspiration been to them. Yeah it's very rewarding. And i used to shake it off. I mean even with the patriots. Wherever we went on the road there will be a camera crew. Right caceres the woman covering the nfl. I've accepted it. I would say about you. Know maybe fifteen years fifteen or twenty years down and i'm appreciative and i don't i'll tell you one of the differences. There are few differences. From when i started. One of them is remember couple of years ago when cam newton was surprised that a woman asked that question about a route and back in my day one hundred percent of people would have agreed with cam. Newton that you know how. How can you possibly think that you know the nfl and Now it's yes. Men are not born genetically with the ability to recognize the safety blitz. They love it like we love it so that that was a great chain. I i love that. You know when i started the credentials said no women or children in the press fox and now i'm on a show on. Cbs that is all women. Were it's the first and only all women sports network talk show and we talk bottle had swing cash. Lisa leslie and dana. Jacobson hosts often amy..

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"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Actually they were in rhode island bryant college and all the way down in my amc pacer which was probably the worst car ever made. I got off at the exit. I said that this is just crazy. That i am going to be able to cover the new england patriots as a bead and yes i got to solution. They had no ladies rooms because of course there were no women in the press box and the patriots would have the ball like first and ten on their own twenty and i would go down the press. Box elevator across the field. You know sprinting like you. Same bolt to go to the bathroom to come back before they punted and they were not the gold. Standard patriots them. Well what do you regard as the worst of the environments i don't imagine could get a lot worse than that than the nineteen seventy six patriots. But maybe a can. Oh yeah yeah well i. I'll tell you my embarassing moment where I was pretty rough with the patriots I i did a lot of work. And i developed sources and a couple the players. I don't remember sugar. Hamilton Coach player for a long time. And tony mcgee. The seventy six patriots actually lost to madden's raiders. I in the divisional game on a kind of a sketchy call roughing passer on stabler but It was You know i. I worked really hard. I i didn't. I felt like i was representing all women and one day a practice. I ask. Chuck fairbanks about his left tackle. He had It was Mckay and neville. Tom naval and i asked him which one did he think was going to start there. Were going down to play miami and both were kind of injured and chuck fairbanks said to me. Neither one can play the position. So i drove to semaj dan a thousand miles an hour back to the globe. I mean what. A scoop the coates says. Nobody can protect steve grogan. Against the vaunted miami dolphins so you know next day all over the front page of sports well Of course my phone started ringing like crazy at like five. Thirty in the morning and angelo. Hello and it was chuck fairbanks are you out of your effing. Put every swear in there. He said i said either. One can play the position. Ouch so oh. I'm so sorry leslie and so you're sitting there thinking i'm how god you're representing all women and you just you just heard it wrong wrong and will mcdonough. I called will like crying. Low right away. We'll said you just get your ass down to the patriots as soon as you can. Which for that I really. I'm so glad even that i had to do all the interviews in the parking lot. I had to do all the reporting myself. That wasn't one of those rica. Just stick the mike into the pack in the locker room now. I had to ask the questions i had to keep. Keep all the notes for myself. Because you didn't get help from pack so in that way. I think maybe that's my attitude of gratitude. I think it made me a better reporter when you say that you knew you were representing all women. Was that a burden an honor. Both i'd say i don't know which responsibility falls into those. I felt great dumb pressure by it. And i wanted to represent my name visser the boston globe and women and know i have been in college when i watched.

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"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Now i know sam very well and i think for about thirty years now i worn his actual jersey that he gave me so. That was a big step up. So the celtics guard sam. Jones was your halloween costume. For how long now Sixty years so every year exer- right behind this thick sir stem and every year on halloween. That sam nine a couple years ago and everyone. Halloween he calls me and says leslie. Please don't dress up on your in your sixties. please i say no. I don't care my idol and so why sports writer. What was the back story on. Why that was the path you chose and knew you wanted to choose before you were ten years old. I think it's not unlike the reason you may be got into it because The same way other kids want him. They love poetry. They love music. I just loved. I loved sports. I thought it was great meritocracy into some based on family money and also it's it's it is true reality television and you don't know what will happen. How many times we say. I can't believe that because it just it never happens and to have that opportunity. I wanna carnegie foundation grant my Sophomore or junior year in college. And people think it's the eighteen hundreds but the grant was open to women across america. There were twenty of them given who wanted to go into jobs that were five percent male. Which really all white collared jobs were. And i think a woman from michigan got it for archaeology and i got it for sports writing which was wild so this summer of nineteen seventy four. I was at the boston globe. And you know as you know a rockstar paper. Seventy four. when. I was the intern. There was the summer. Nixon resigned and of course. The boston globe had been a big muscular. It is so liberal paper and Our editor tom winches had gone to harvard. Is roommate was ben bradlee so both newsrooms. Everyone's seen all the president's men they were laid out the same and there was a big cake. Was the august. Eighth seventy four. You know just that the end it was like a sixty foot cake and then seventy five. When i went there full time That was of course. The red sox win the world series. Then you know to have a city where you grew up on number four. Bobby your ted williams bill. Russell was Astonishing and that newsroom. Was it like for you. How alone were you in it. It wasn't so much the guys that the globe because they were also secure. I mean you know dan. They were the twenty-seven yankees. So i would go to the world series and i'd say hi. I'm lesley visser from the boston globe. I work with peter gammons. Oh what do you need. I go to wimbledon with bud and you know people who never talked to anybody tiriac and these these people say oh come on in you know great collins so but definitely the patriots. The globe made me the beat writer for the nfl. First nfl beat writer In seventy six and you know. That was the scene from mars i. I didn't want to complain to the record. No provision for black says. But i didn't wanna complain to the patriots because i didn't want them to say oh i see a woman can't do it and i didn't want to say anything to the globe because i thought they might say the same so i.

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"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"visser" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Welcome in to another episode of south beat sessions my name. Is chris wittingham. This week on the pod. Dan had a chance to sit down with the legendary hall of fame. Sports writer broadcaster. Lesley visser this woman is a pioneer. Who has done so much in these sports broadcasting business and she has a remarkable story. I mean considering that they're probably not a ton of role models. She tells dan in this interview that she wanted to be a sports writer from age. Nine and dan kind of walk through some of her notable achievements in the world of sports broadcasting. So we think you'll really enjoy this conversation. Here's dan sitting down at the hall of famer. Lesley visser Leslie on your list of firsts you were the i do many things in this industry you to go through your list of i with us. Well it was the first woman ever to go down the olympic bobsled there. I don't have that on my list. No i was thinking more of journalism things that didn't involve a bobsled well. The bob sled was journalism because it was the olympics in albertville france when Prince albert was on the team so and he would introduce himself. Hi al gremaldi he went to amherst so he really was pretty american and I got invited by the. us team. Remember herschel walker was on the team and the. Us team invited me to go down. The bob sled no woman had ever and down an olympic bobsled. And i had to get permission from jean. claude kelly. The president of the games because they wanted no responsibility for it so yes. I went down the s. Put it on. it was Sean mcdonough on the call. And afterwards i couldn't believe that a minute could last for an hour because you know it's like a tin can and you just bang around there so my first Were born of a lot of opportunity. boston globe made me the first woman to cover the nfl's a beat. I had first woman on many broadcasts of major events. You know as you know in the end. There's only one network that crowns the champion. So you're either on that broadcaster. You're not but i was on for swimming on a world series in nineteen ninety First woman on the final four in eighty eight or eighty nine first and only woman to present the lombardi trophy. I mean there are. It sounds obnoxious and well. No i the reason i asked you is because you are a pioneer in a number of different ways but you are an inspiration to many people and i can't imagine what the challenges of that were and i can't imagine how strong you have to be in order to make your way into this caveman culture that you've wanted to make your way into since you are not even a teenager. I you want to be a sports writer when you were how old i ten years old we were living in cincinnati. My family moved a lot when i was a kid. My mom said to me you know what do you think you wanna do and I said i want to be a sports writer. Which of course didn't exist for women and my mom said that's great. Sometimes you have to cross when it says don't walk and it gave me permission but other kids. I was an odd child. I've dressed up as sam jones on halloween. Since i was nine years old so other little girls were. Mary poppins or cinderella. And there i be perfecting my bank shot with my twenty four in magic marker..

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Kelly Loeffler sells stake in WNBA team after clashing with players over Black Lives Matter

Ladies Room

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Kelly Loeffler sells stake in WNBA team after clashing with players over Black Lives Matter

"We have exciting news in the wnba. That kelly lafler has exited the building. Bob bub-bubba i feel like we should have celebration. Music will and even better a you. Part of that ownership new ownership group includes montgomery has an actual wnba player. And you know who has a podcast in who is a somebody who's been a real voice on issues equity all summer and beyond you know well into the past tradition in a history of ad. I think that's important because it means that the the voice of anti black lives matter is now being replaced by someone who can fully embody the spirit and direction of the wnba. I could not agree more and the power that the wnba has had. I mean we talk about when we talk about you know leading the movement. The black lives matter movement. We talk so often about the nfl or the nba. But really the wnba. And we've said this before. I mean they started this movement. Back in twenty fifteen in the sports world and You know they basically made raphael warnock. Who's now a us. Senator a player in this when they all wore those warnock shirts i think at that point he was voting. Nine percents Who pulling at nine voting. He was polling at nine percent And he wound up winning. And i think that the power that these women have in the way that they have used their platform for good and for inclusion and equity and making the world. A better place is something. That is such a tonic. To see it what we've gone through the past four years so i i'm thrilled to see it. I'm glad kelly law is out of the wnba. Imagine playing for someone who denies that your skin color that you as a human being matter. I mean she you know she tried to parse it a little bit more subtly than that she was talking about she would talk about the black lives matter organization as opposed to the concept of black lives mattering and i think she did that deliberately so that she could say things like i mean she said some really you know i i would say pretty crazy or just you know in such bad faith things such as that black lives matter doesn't want jesus in the church in you know that's just the tip of the iceberg and it just is so deeply offensive to people who are deeply committed attack but what i love about the wnba an and the way that they inserted themselves into those georgia senate races is that you now have a group of predominantly black women who are somewhat responsible for having a black vice president have to go into the senate to break a tie yet and that is i mean i just. I love the way that that is an expression of power but this is not over in georgia is already passing some legislation to make it more difficult to vote did particularly pinpoint Practices that black communities have used to get out the vote like souls to the polls closing the ability of pulse be open on sundays in the future and kelly law flir is not exiting from politics. She is actually spearheading some of those georgia movements to make voting more difficult for community of Communities of color. And so i you know this is. This is going to be interesting because it's you know this is not the credit should not be rolling here. This is still a very a live issue for georgia and for the rest of the

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Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Carjacked In Bronzeville

The Beat

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Carjacked In Bronzeville

"Stolen off duty Chicago police officer's car Friday WG ends Don clipping has the story. The 26 year old man was stopped at a traffic light in his gray Dodge sedan when a white SUV rear end of the car just after 10 PM in Bronzeville, a police source said the driver was an off duty CPD officer when the Visser exited the Dodge. After the crash. Several males with handguns left the SUV and demanded the car. As the carjackers drove off with the vehicles. The officer fired shots. It's not clear whether anyone was hit. The officer and a passenger were unhurt. Don Kleven, WG and news. A former

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Girl Security Brings War Games To A Younger Generation

Weekend Edition Saturday

05:23 min | 3 years ago

Girl Security Brings War Games To A Younger Generation

"Unique wargaming exercise designed by women allows girls to be powerful generals for a day is NPR's Hana alarm reports not a lamb reports it's part of a wider effort to boost women's participation and national security armor or missiles on a recent morning fifteen teenage girls and young women cluster around maps of North Korea in an office overlooking the Pentagon says say you were to denuclearize North Korea can't they just make more the teams are here through a nonprofit called girl security this is the first time in the world of wargaming military commanders use war games to test strategies and likely consequences think of it as a choose your own adventure exercise to find the best course of action the North Korea scenario comes from women wargamers at the rand corporation the defense think tank they call themselves the dams of war games and one of them Stacey Pettijohn lays out the dire but fictional scenario the girls will face today is July eighth twenty twenty axe sometime in the not so distant future an open conflict is broken out on the Korean peninsula what penny John describes as the Pentagon's nightmare scenario talks have collapsed after a series of deadly **** for tat escalations two nuclear powers are on the brink of war this is where I want you to stop being you're you're gonna have to start to role play here half of them are assigned to the blue team the joint command of the United States and South Korea the rest go to the red team they'll play north Korean leaders trying to stay in power both sides get right down to strategy first up the American group missiles offer the conventional attack for calling you age okay but I don't know but then we're going to use our air power to fake out into support the ground on the other side the north Korean red team they're plotting sneak attack to cut off US allied forces at the south Korean border what is seen these like a small chemical lab and see if they could not see any further south okay I mean that would just make certain immobile it would be a fairly assertive so all of this is a lesson in asymmetric warfare Jenny Oberholtzer one of the game designers says it makes sense that the girls are good at this I can't imagine a better training for thinking about trying to win an unfair fight when things are stacked against you then being a teenager when Oberholtzer got into war gaming in her early twenties she loved being on the red team the enemy team trying to beat super powers who had more weapons money an ally I was very today colonel had that big army on my side I was the little girl running through playing things up scene with this button would do in trying to figure out how to sneak past them and when because that's how I had to think just stick get through the lunch line by now the teens who started the exercise with basic questions discussing civilian casualties and international treaties they're also learning that power even imaginary power can be intoxicating I'm loving it that's eighteen year old rose Kelly from Maryland hi as myself in just how easy it is been to hit the proverbial button it's been a really really easy for a couple of the young women there was a personal dimension to the game on the red team crystal Leigh I'm currently eighteen years old I'm from Fairfax Virginia and I'm a recent high school graduate she has family ties to the country the people that her team is targeting it's not lost on her that for many on the peninsula this is not a game I was a Korean American I grew up in you know Virginia but my parents were immigrants from South Korea so it puts a more real life aspect to what we're doing today and on the blue team Alexis Visser and nineteen year old army reservists who comes from a military family in Florida the little plastic figurine she's moving around could represent people she knows maybe even herself one day that's the one thing that I've had on my hotline this whole time is how your sh critically putting lives for caucus she plays with the pieces looking for the best way to keep her forces safe maybe she could pair Telerate with infantry to attack but this soon runs into the ugly reality of war there's no way around kind of military casualties order counters to use them it is it something that this has made real picture in my mind as if anything was to happen like this how we can put in danger people I know friends family people I work with after a couple more around the game is winding down and no the girls have been discovered some magical break through petty John again the situation is not good by the end of the game North Korea had used chemical weapons and deployed in nuclear land mine but lost much of its ground forces the US and south Korean side also suffered heavy casualties after a chemical attack the girls looked glum rose Kelly the trigger happy red team player didn't sound so stoked anymore it's really easy to forget the human cost

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New York medical examiner testifies chokehold led to Eric Garner's death

Sports Overnight with Dino Costa

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

New York medical examiner testifies chokehold led to Eric Garner's death

"The city's medical examiner took the stand yesterday in day, three of the disciplinary trial. Then video Visser Daniel Pantaleo, the officer is accused of using illegal chokehold death of Eric garner yesterday trainer for NYPD recruits, testified that video shows Pantaleo using chokehold which has banned by the department Pantaleo. Does not face criminal charges in the twenty fourteen death of the Staten Island man, but could

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"visser" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"visser" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Question is that this or that that this? This about how we're gonna do this through the ad Visser that give me the whole Visser that thing like how are we going to pay for it? How are we going to put the people to work to do at Howard? Let me bring it down. Let me break it down for you. What about what about this? What that is. When I did ask that. I didn't ask about that. I specifically asked what about this? Okay. When you ask me about this part of the solution is working into problem. Yeah. And when we work into the problem there, we find the solution. And what about that? Now when we talk about that what you're saying is how do we deal with that? And that's a great question. And what we need to do is focus on this. And that and go across party lines. You know, I notice he come. Yeah. Solution. Into it with that. Really come up with real solutions and real problems, which also become part of the solution. You're saying what you're doing is solution ising. The future. All right. Well, I gotta give you I guess I give you a for effort. Yeah. She tried as the it's the team not about trying Jared. It's not about that. Oh, no. Be on my side as a former as a as Malania also tweeted back at me once you're upset with me. Oh, really? Yeah. You were getting really mad when you were when you were on the campaign trail when you before. Before. So okay. So you're in the category of heater. So I'm just saying. And that was my solution to that problem. Okay. One one more time. The question is my question is okay. How are you going to pay for trains that we'll we'll we'll go over oceans what we're going to do is not focused on questions like that. What we're focusing on is what we're gonna do. And how we're going to solve these problems. How long need to be done? And it's not about how we're gonna pay for it allows. We're gonna do it how air travel if you're going from from California to Hawaii. How long is x seven hours. Maybe. So if you were driving across a bridge, let's just say there was a bridge that wasn't taken out by a hurricane every two years. Let's just say. How after you build it how how long would you be driving on that bridge? Let's just say seventy miles per hour. It's not. Okay, listen. Yes. He will come up with you know, we have a lot of brilliant, brilliant, scientists out there what their journey will be is is becoming solution is people. Okay. The problem by contributing solution. I don't know maybe they'll be a bubble train who knows. Floats floating. Yeah. That's what I was looking for better. I, you know, even more ambitious ideas, like cities that float on hope. It's only twenty five hundred miles from California to Hawaii. Okay. So it's seventy miles per hour. You're going to be doing it's two days. Yeah, you're driving. I think cross country, but she doesn't trains can go much faster than seventy miles. But I got to build the bridge. That's hurricane proof from from California to Hawaii. This is going to be happening. And there are brilliant brilliant, scientists in this country who can work on solution. Ising these problems. Okay. We will endeavor to solution is the problem, and we'll also make money off of it. She said that we'd make money off for every.

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"visser" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"visser" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Bridge elation. Everybody know that that is general human shove, I'm luggage. But Dickman, Robert Leonard. And this is the Phil Henry show back from Atlanta. I was back on Friday fully back. Now, you're fully. You're doing a lot show. First of all. Last week, your really, let's say, you're screwing the pooch. But I'm not saying it'll because I wasn't screwing pooch. All right. But it appeared to a lot of people as if you are doing the dog. Got a few people settled Email sand. Damn you know, what Putin Visser Henry screwing this week. And I'm sure that you set them straight, right? Well, I mean, there's only so much man can do what do you mean? There's only so much man can do their screwing around. Yes, they did. Well, I was it was an Atlanta on I was in 'lanta for the knights of Wednesday night and Thursday night. And I came home on Friday. So I was I wasn't working three days. Let's see we had a live show on. We had the original show on Wednesday Thursday Friday. No Cam do guy said what kind of pooches you screw in good. Glad to hear that. But, but as I said, you set the guy straight they did feel, but they're not about to admit that they're busting your casting. That's as you like to say. All right. Well. Okay. Wise guys. I get it. Right. So how was it? How was what I was it. Landon know who you you're on the chat Friday night. But I don't think a lot of people that you're right. The Chad is the chance of ESPN Chet which way the way I have to first of all apologize to. I mean, you know, the Chattan on on Friday night. Apparently, we had another streaming problem. Now, it could very well be our, you know, our streaming equipment here. But I think I still say it's the speed at which things were getting pumped out on on Friday night. Nonetheless. What you just what? But it sounded a tad. I don't wanna use the word retarded. But it sounded as if you had some idiot savant moment win. Lou an idiot savant moment. I don't know what you call it. Phil. So on Friday, we came home. Yeah. But what about the other days, I'm gonna get to that? But I'm just you know, Friday night, we were doing the chat and one of the good things about it was that the video cast was fine. So you always hear the recording. That's the good news. And the other good news is the venue was fine and the bad news. Of course, pick it away. Bud. Yeah. You forgot to record it like you always do. He's this h Christ. What is with you feel if the people are are listening to hear the audio only doing that? I got I got a mental block, and I apologize. You guys this metal block about getting DASS ity rolling for the Friday night chat. So I can promise you that. It will not happen again. And I promise you owe horse dung EROs saying that this isn't going to happen again. And that isn't going to happen. Again. You got to come through and some of the stuff, I think that what she'll is trying to say is your mind doesn't work that way for some reason that I think it's because we're doing the Chatham. We're not doing a show, and there's no editing. Well, that's what you were thinking because there is no editing. He doesn't feel as if he has to record it because then he doesn't have to edit it yet. But what does that get to do with? People still want to hear the recording. But they don't hear the recording. I don't know. I don't care. Thank you for trying such as it was. I did I tried a little bit. Thanks, no identity. So I have to apologize to the folks that miss that. Want to hear the audio? Now, here's something you can do you can just turn on the video cast, just, you know, watched not watch it. Listen to it because frankly, there is no editing. The audio cast is the exact same thing. Now, having said all that the the bigger picture here is that I I got a note from alley one of our BSP's. She she doing great and Allie the longtime BS piece, so she she's in the know, and she knows all of the background..

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Washington, Edward R Murrow and Michelle Franzen discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

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