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Texas DPS Director Admits Wrongdoing in Delay Breaching Classroom

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 d ago

Texas DPS Director Admits Wrongdoing in Delay Breaching Classroom

"What is the right decision There was 19 like I said there was 19 officers in there In fact there was plenty of officers to do whatever needed to be done with one exception is that the incident commander inside believed they needed more equipment and more officers to do a tactical breach at that point That's why vortex was requested Attack is the special border patrol outfit Go ahead They executed a search that released a dynamic entry and went in and of course that was not built With a pay with the benefit of hate with the benefit of hindsight Hey the benefit of paying standby standby Hey stand by Hey standby right I got it Okay I got it Okay Hey from the benefit of hindsight where I'm sitting now of course it was not the right decision It was the wrong decision Period There's no excuse for that But again I wasn't there but I was telling you from what we know that we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Hey when there's an active shooter the rules change It's no longer okay It's no longer a barricaded subject It don't have time You don't worry about matter primers And by the way Texas embraces active shooter training active shoot of certification And that dot doctrine requires office We don't care what agency you're from You don't have to have a leader on the scene Every officer lines up stacks up goes and finds where those rounds are being fired at and keep shooting until the subject is dead

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Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Admits Wrongdoing for Delay

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 1 d ago

Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Admits Wrongdoing for Delay

"But the most damning of all of this was a decision by the local police to treat this not as an active shooting situation but as a shooter who was barricaded Now an active shooter situation you will act not recklessly but you'll act a little bit more urgently When it's someone who's barricaded when you treat it that way generally it's because you believe that the direct and immediate threat of loss of life is no longer a concern they were wrong And according to the press conference day there might have been some 8 or 9 children who were still alive They screwed up And Stephen Macron said so Hey from the benefit of hindsight where I'm sitting now of course it was not the right decision It was the wrong decision Period There's no excuse for that But again I wasn't there but I was telling you from what we know and we believe there should have been an entry that as soon as you can Hey when there's an active shooter the rules change It's no longer okay It's no longer a barricaded stuff We don't have time You don't worry about matter perimeters And by the way Texas embraces active shooter training active shooter certification and that dot doctrine requires office We don't care what agency you're from You don't have to have a leader on the scene Every officer lines up stacks up goes and finds with those rounds are being fired at and keeps shooting until the subject is dead Except that didn't happen here

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Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:46 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

"We're keeping our eyes on the world health assembly in the World Health Organization. And someone who has an amazing website, it's called leave the who dot com or leave the WHO dot com. And it's a substack page that is monitoring everything happening in the World Health Organization in real time. What amendments are being discussed, whose presenting them it's an extraordinary website, leave the who dot com. And the brilliant mind behind it is James rusky with us right now and he's been doing an amazing job covering it. James welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. I greatly appreciate it. I know time is precious. So I'll dive right into it. The latest that we've been able to find is going on, it's just so slippery, okay? The United States presented amendments back in January to the international health regulations. Now, if anybody says the word treaty, or they say the phrase pandemic treaty, that's a decoy. You're talking about something other than what we're talking about. We're talking about proposed amendments to international health regulations. Very concise documents, what has happened is in the last week or so, they've been having difficulty reaching consensus, right? Basically, people are objecting to it. Nations that are there. And the latest thing that I'm aware of because obviously I'm not in Geneva. I'm in my dining room. The latest thing that we're aware of is often some backroom somewhere. There are discussions. And the latest thing that the person who's running this committee that is considering these amendments, he said, in the issue, or to forward the cause of transparency, whatever happens in this back room meeting will be emailed to the people who are in the assembly. And I'm scratching my head going. Well, why don't you just talk about it in public, right? Why do you have to email it? How is that transparent? And so what's going on is they don't actually vote on these amendments. The procedure by which they get all of their resolutions and their documents, they'll have a document that's published on their website and all of the people who are there for the gathering for the assembly will have their computers and they can access the document. And they'll say something like, well, we're talking about document XYZ. Are there any objections, oh, there aren't any objections? Great. Documents been

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Kash Patel Makes Sense of the Michael Sussman Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 2 d ago

Kash Patel Makes Sense of the Michael Sussman Trial

"A friend of the show who has been monitoring the Michael sussman trial, and does a great job. His cash Patel, and cash Patel knows a lot of things happening out there that are below the surface. If you know what I mean, you know what I mean. Cash, welcome back to the program. Charlie, thanks so much for having me. I love the backdrop. Looking better and better every time. Yeah, thank you. We are in an undisclosed location in Indiana one of my favorite states. It doesn't get the attention it deserves. Cash what's going on in the sussman trial. We've been so distracted for good reason on the tragedy in Texas, World Health Organization, world health assembly, kind of catch us up kind of get us up to speed here. What's going on in the Michael sussman trial? Okay, real quick. So the government and the defense have rested their cases. That means they're done presenting evidence. So tomorrow, the judge, excuse me, the trial attorneys for John Durham and the attorneys for the defense will give their closing arguments to the jury. And the case is very simple in terms of evidence that actually is going to be used to convict Michael sussman. One, the deposition transcript of my interrogation of Michael sussman from 2018, which the whole world can see on Durham watch dot com. Where he said to me under oath. Hi, Michael sussman, I'm doing all this work, alpha bank stuff for the client, the client being Hillary Clinton. Michael sussman is now charged by John Dern with lying to the FBI because he went to the office with this alphabet nonsense. And this is what the evidence came out of trial and told the FBI. I'm here as quote a good Samaritan, not for anyone. The problem is you have the deposition, the testimony from the FBI, which they're dirty cops over there. So they're not that helpful. But if Michael Susan's own text message entered into evidence, the night before he went to the FBI, where he texted the head of the FBI's lawyer department and said, I'm coming to you as a good Samaritan. So did he lie to Congress or do you lie to the FBI? They're both illegal, but he's charged with lying to the FBI. And the kicker, the nice one is, the thumb drive that they loaded the alphabet fantasy on, paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign. Was bought by Michael sussman in Washington, D.C., and paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign. They actually entered a receipt and billing record into

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12 of Biden's 13 Proposed WHO Amendments Have Failed

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 2 d ago

12 of Biden's 13 Proposed WHO Amendments Have Failed

"But 12 out of 13 of the proposed amendments at the world health assembly have failed. The Biden administration was going to Geneva Switzerland, and they proposed 13 amendments. Many of whom would have allowed digital passports, they would have allowed all of these, you know, the new kind of pandemic treaty regime and it failed 12 out of 13 of the most extreme and radical measures because of such dramatic and overwhelming backlash. So the WHO has now withdrawn 12 of Biden's sovereignty amendments amid fierce opposition. I'm reading from dot com. Amid charges of seeding U.S. sovereignty in the World Health Organization, 12 of the 13 amendments submitted by the Biden administration for a vote in the world health assembly this week in Geneva, have been removed from consideration. The amendments were publicized only last month, and it was advocacy of the independent researcher James ragus that alerted the public to the implications for the U.S. sovereignty, prompting a ground swell popular opposition, largely in the past week. Ragusa has been monitoring the world health assembly proceedings, which began Sunday, said the withdrawal appears to be the result of quote the massive response from people all over the world in opposition to the amendments to the international health regulations along with legal actions in the United Kingdom, along with the fact that the amendments can be resubmitted in the future and the World Health Organization's ultimate objective is for the leading nations to sign a global pandemic

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Visit TrueTheVote.Org on Monday Nights for Live Broadcasts

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Visit TrueTheVote.Org on Monday Nights for Live Broadcasts

"You said, if people go to true the vote dot org every Monday night, did you say? Every Monday night and you can ask you can actually hook to it from our website. It's actually being hosted in locals. So that's locals got through the vote dot org. And you can check us out there where we're going live every Monday night at 7 p.m. eastern for an hour or so. And this is about taking our country back. Ladies and gentlemen, if you get involved, this is how we take our country back from people who are really enemies of America. We have to be honest. We have to call a spade a spade. These are enemies of America. The founder's vision, the constitution, they don't value these things. And we have to we have to fight. We have to do what we

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Charlie Receives a Tsunami of Emails About the Uvalde Police

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Receives a Tsunami of Emails About the Uvalde Police

"We are getting a tsunami of emails, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Every single person, except one who doesn't necessarily disagree, they're just trying to add a different kind of wrinkle to the argument is agreeing. That the police is one of these emails is just hello, Charlie, this story is infuriating to me 5 exclamation points. Police are trained to handle both armed and unarmed perpetrators. There was an all caps, no excuse for failure to act, fire these worthless swine. They're not worth the money or the respect of the citizens of the small town. The parents should band together and pursue legal action against all the cops present. Also get to who, if anyone, and the police brass prevented the cops from entering the school and at least minimizing some deaths, also if possible all the cops who were present, restraining the parents and doing nothing, otherwise should be punished. Shame the bastards. Can I say that on FCC? I think that's okay. I think that's one of the ones that's fine. Keep up the great work, Greg. Another one says this and I want to make sure I say this anonymously because they asked me to do that, but it's a pretty amazing email. Let me try to find this here. They work for a federal agency. Okay, I work for a federal agency. I can't say which, but we've done active shooter drills and our policies are getting inside and stop shooting as soon as possible. Not waiting for S.W.A.T., no waiting for backup, going fast and engage the gunman to the best of your ability. The police officers created a perimeter. They unintentionally I'm not saying they intentionally did it, but they're cowardice did help the shooter. The shooter got more time to be able to kill more kids because of what the police

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Inaction in Uvalde: Did the Police Fail the 19 Children?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Inaction in Uvalde: Did the Police Fail the 19 Children?

"What has happening in uvalde Texas. Now, these reports as they come out, they are usually inaccurate. The rule of kind of breaking news is that it's more likely to be wrong early than right early. But as the as time goes on, usually accuracy starts to improve. So there is a new report out that is shocking and it starts to make sense as to how this evil individual was able to kill so many people and why a border tactical person had to intervene. Now before going further, I want to say police officers are heroes. They're wonderful. But like any profession, there are cowards, and there are bad police officers, bad teachers, there's bad everything. We've said this all along. We do not indict an entire profession. However, there is a theme that seems to happen whenever things start to get very chaotic and very consequential, whether it be Columbine or Parkland, there is a theme of the bystander syndrome. Now you can learn a lot about somebody when shots started to get firing with shots were firing. When the adrenaline starts to pump, unfortunately, a vast majority of people stand and do nothing. It is the rare and the courageous person that springs into action and defends the innocent. A new report is so beyond shocking it will take your breath away. Texas shooter barricaded himself for 40 minutes as police waited. The shooter had killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary school meeting from breitbart dot com and Yuval day Texas on Tuesday reportedly barricaded himself inside as police waited outside. For 40 minutes.

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'Data Brokers and True the Vote are the Real Villains of '2000 Mules''

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:35 min | 2 d ago

'Data Brokers and True the Vote are the Real Villains of '2000 Mules''

"You're going to really chuckle about this one, honey. This is an article. It's from EFF dot org. Now EFF. I think is electronic freedom foundation, right? But look at the title. Data brokers and true the vote are the real villains of 2000 meals movie, right? So the idea here, this is a very coming from a very different angle than we've seen. The idea here is that the movie deserves this is the movie deserves condemnation for performing widely invasive research on thousands of people's location data. Feet, that was one of the things they said was going to happen. Yeah. Without that consent. It's predicted in the movie. I think it was gorka, it said. It was gorgeous. Yes. You are invading people's privacy. Absolutely. Conservative. For years for years, this data is being collected. And look, I have some sympathy with what they're saying in this article because when people download these apps, they have no idea that they're giving up their rights or our rights to privacy. But we do do that. We don't read. Well, let me give you an example. So yesterday I went to a lighting store to look at a chandelier that we're getting, right? So I went in there and as I walk in, I get a ping on my phone, a little, you know, a text from another lighting store online lighting store like we're having a sale. And it dawned on me that they knew I was going into a lighting store. Thereby you need them. I was just like, what? Well, there you

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Tragedy in Texas: Unpacking the Uvalde Massacre

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 3 d ago

Tragedy in Texas: Unpacking the Uvalde Massacre

"Here. Brought to you by Andrew and Todd a Sierra Pacific mortgage for personalized loan services you can count on, go to Andrew and Todd dot com, the wonderful Andrew and Todd dot com. There's moments in time and there are stories that happen where you just take a pause and the evil that is committed is just so overwhelming. It almost like ruins your day. And it just impacts everything you do. And it kind of dominates the conversation for the time being between your friends and family members. There's some things that happen where the actions are so horrific, there's just so plainly evil

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Go Download & Distribute 'Averting Targeted School Violence' Report

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Go Download & Distribute 'Averting Targeted School Violence' Report

"The blue House in Korea Did you ever notice when he goes in a hotel They drive on the ground and everything's tended now Why do you think that is Why is it tenant Why after hinckley shot Reagan Why did we tent our arrivals on departures Because ladies and gentlemen it's damn hard to shoot when you can't see And the Secret Service had a problem to fix Not a vote to get So they did the same thing and they looked at a bunch of school shootings Now I can't encourage you and strong enough terms to go and download this report It's short some very long printed and handed out to every member of your school if they don't already have it It's called averting targeted school violence a U.S. Secret Service analysis of plots against schools I can almost guarantee you many people in your school haven't read it If you want the link to it get ready write this down I'll say it twice It's in my newsletter today It's on my website and it's in the podcast show notes If you want to subscribe to the newsletter it's not cost any money I don't really care if you want to or not whatever It's at bongino dot com Slash newsletter But if you just go to my website Bon Gino dot com and you click on today's podcast episode where I address this exact stuff the link is right there

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A Full Defense of '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 4 d ago

A Full Defense of '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

"Is taking the world by storm. The number 2000 mules dot com into the dinesh d'souza film research done by true the vote. We just had an unbelievable event. With dinesh here in Phoenix, Arizona. It was like 2000 people for 2000 mules, and with us right now to kind of give an update on how the film is doing. And also kind of go through some of these ridiculous fact checks that have emerged is the great dinesh d'souza dinesh welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure and was really fun to be in Arizona and I mean the level of energy. People were really fired up and they want to they want to see some real change come out of this. They want the movie to be the propeller, but only the first step of a lot of things that have to happen next. Well, you've been doing a great job and we're starting to see, I think, a change in how the media is covering this. You're starting to see kind of a validation almost, where they are covering it now in The Washington Post and The Daily Beast. Albeit they're doing it sloppily dishonestly and in a way to try to delegitimize the film. But I think it does the opposite. I think it actually further platforms the movie. Let's just talk more broadly than we can get into specifics. What's your reaction on how this movie is being covered by the mainstream media? Well, it seems to me that they went and do phases. And the first phase, they unleashed some fact checkers, PolitiFact Ali swensen, AP, a couple of other articles, and they tried to be dismissive. Like geo tracking doesn't really work and those kinds of things, which were kind of manifestly absurd. And I think even the left realized that's really not going to do the job. So now they've unleashed their bigger guns, Philip bump of The Washington Post. That's a big New York Times article that seemingly underway hasn't come out yet. And NPR tried to sort of get us on the issue of an ancillary murder that's discussed in the movie as if to say, you know, we lied about it. So there's sort of the second wave of liberal attack, much more detailed, tries to be more sophisticated. But I think it's not, it's really not landing a real glove on the movie either.

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National School Boards Wanted to Use Military Force Against Parents

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 5 d ago

National School Boards Wanted to Use Military Force Against Parents

"Of America. Made headlines last year, where they colluded with the attorney general of the United States to try and compel state based intervention because they were parents showing up at school board meetings that they didn't like. But now new revelations are showing just to the extent the national school board association has discussed and disdain for parents. Fox News dot com early demands from the national school board association, so The White House include calls for the deployment of the army National Guard and the military police. To monitor school board meetings. According to an early draft letter, the organization independent review released last Friday. Okay, so I want to know the person or the people that even in what realm of comprehension do they think that the military police put differently they wanted to turn school boards into tribunals. That is not an exaggeration. You do not bring the military police unless you're trying to recreate some form of a tribunal. And they were so worried about parents showing up to school board meetings that they wanted the National Guard to come in with humvees and M 16s. And full body armor. How many people died at school board meetings in the last year? How many people

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Kash Patel: Robby Mook Testified Early Because of a Vacation to Spain

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 5 d ago

Kash Patel: Robby Mook Testified Early Because of a Vacation to Spain

"Cash there was a lot more in that answer I know you caught it He wrote in Jake Sullivan into that too Jake Sullivan who is now the national security adviser at The White House into the decision to disseminate the hoax and you got to be thinking to yourself how the hell does Jake Sullivan still have his job at The White House This is crazy No you look you're totally right And Jake Sullivan is another guy that I interrogated under oath And that's why I think Robbie mook was boxed in because look all of these transcripts are we put them up for free at Durham Ross dot com We want the whole world to see everything that's been out there on Russia gate So go read them Your audience should go educate themselves Jake's all done I think lied to Congress about his involvement in the Russia gate hoax And the reason I think Robbie mook has to say what he said was because we boxed them in four years ago and his lawyers were like listen you can't really lie on the witness stand here because there's a transcript review basically already copied to it But here's the kicker that no one's talking about And Robbie mook was not a witness for the government John Durham had not finished the government's case the defense asked the judge to let Robbie move testify early because he had a vacation in Spain He had to get to Now Dan you and I both know when it comes to federal court In what universe does the government's case stop for a defense witness who's going to be the Spain And it could not have backfired more superbly for them The defense put this guy up and now he's taken out Clinton world and the Durham prosecution is going to continue It's amazing what's unraveling here

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WSJ Editorial Board: Hillary Clinton Did It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

WSJ Editorial Board: Hillary Clinton Did It

"But doesn't your blood boil when you heard about the Clinton campaign manager admitting that Hillary was the one who green lit the phony Russia collusion narrative. Do you realize how much damage she did, does it even sink in? Can you comprehend it? Can you conceive? Of the damage that Hillary Clinton personally did. By advancing the phony Russia collusion narrative against Donald Trump. And the mainstream media won't touch this. The Wall Street Journal editorial board published an editorial this morning that we have posted at Mike online dot com with a simple three word excuse me forward headline. Hillary Clinton did it. Hillary Clinton did

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Charlie Wants to Give You Some Hope

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 5 d ago

Charlie Wants to Give You Some Hope

"I want to give you some hope. It's not just the hope that Elon thing. Someone emailed me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Charlie, can you give us some hope really sweet email? Will you continue to talk about the hope Charlie, I have hope in my lord savior Jesus Christ, amen. I know he wants to save America, but he won't go against free will. Double-A men, can you please and continue to share with your audience the hope that we as Americans have for our republic and our freedom? I think, and look, I'm not going to get into the whole free will thing too deeply theologically. I am a believer in free will. I believe we have free will. I believe God gives us agency. There's a lot of people that listen to this program that do not have that belief. They do not think that you have free will or they might have different opinions on how much free will you have. I'm open to be corrected on that. I have a pretty convinced, but I'm not going to go either way on that. But I do believe I do believe this idea of seemingly infinite outcomes for a particular situation actually at least gives you some promise. And gives you some opportunity and some magic and mystery for how things might end up. And I think this Elon chapter is just one of the more exciting things that I've seen, not just because of worlds richest man coming on team anti woke and he's standing against it. But all the sub kind of decisions that are made out of this, the reason you have despair, why would somebody have despair about America? Because you think the downfall is inevitable or certain. You despair when you think that or you have anxiety when you have thoughts about the future that you think are irreversible or unchangeable. The minute I might tell you that they're actually more risk and flexing those joints, that they're actually is more opportunity for maybe an inconclusive outcome or a revival or for people to act a certain way. All of a sudden your cynicism can turn to doubt, doubt is a lot better than cynicism.

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Hillary Clinton’s Role in the Alfa Bank Scandal Revealed

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:56 min | 5 d ago

Hillary Clinton’s Role in the Alfa Bank Scandal Revealed

"This is from Eric, who says, Charlie, I just saw the breaking news. That Hillary herself approved leaking the alpha bank story to the press. I know you've said before that Hillary and the real big fish won't get arrested or indicted. Does this change things for you, Eric? So thank you for emailing us your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. This is a bombshell story. That has come out in the last couple of days. So this is coming up because of the trial of Michael sussman. Now, if you are confused about Michael sussmann and alpha bank, I encourage you to go back a week ago, where we had cash Patel, join the program and listen to that whole episode. It's a terrific episode. We're going to repost it on Charlie Kirk dot com where we go into great detail of Michael sussman and the indictments. We've been playing it on our live stream actually in between the breaks. And so we've been getting great response from that. So a lot of the kind of Clinton characters have been called to testify in this case. And so

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John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | 6 d ago

John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

"You were just telling us something about what happened in 1982. In 1982, an age 17 maybe 18 as a freshman at Yale, I was telling my Friends that the gay lobby was far more dangerous to western civilization than Soviet comics. This is 17 years before Tommy collapsed, but I think as we look around and children being chemically castrated, 12 year old girls having their healthy breasts removed to radical mastectomies, young people being groomed and recruited for sexual perversion by Disney by kindergarten teachers by second grade teachers by school boards. I'm afraid my 18 year old paranoia was all too justified that I would take Soviet communism in a heartbeat over what the LGBTQ my name is legion movement has in mind. Well, I think John, you're just gifted in the sense that you kind of see things as they are and you connect the dots and most people somehow, you know, a fly or a gnat distracts them before they can connect all the dots. And you really have been able always to do that. And

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"w.  dot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"In the summer of two thousand ten the cassette to ipod connecting cable in my car broke and i could no longer play podcasts in music while i was in the car on the commute to and from my summer internship i had an hour and a half of time driving so i started listening to radio and during this time i discovered the beauty of contemporary pop music. The melodies and pop music are extremely simple and this makes songwriting extremely simple in software engineering. When you have the simplest abstractions programming is exhilarating studying pop. Music was like studying functional programming. The abstractions make creativity unexpectedly easy also both pop music and functional programming. Have a rabid fan bases in order to fully adopt the mindset of a pop musician. I had to write a song about love and relationships and heartbreak because almost every pop song is actually about romance. During this time. I was becoming so obsessed with pop music that i decided that at some point in the future i am going to become a pop music producer. I don't know when in my career. This is going to occur but it is a decision that i have made with this in mind. I needed learn to collaborate because just like in programming the lone programmer myth of the lone programmer. It doesn't really work. It does work like you can be alone programmer and get a great career but you can accomplish much more. If you find out how to work with people and i have been a solo music producer for most of my life so i needed to learn to collaborate and i convinced my friend genevieve to sing the lyrics that i wrote and it was a great experience. The song is called letdown hmm thanks took Not at this point. I have talked through almost an hour's worth of songs. This topic is to self-indulgent it's too far removed from the core idea of software engineering daily..

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"w.  dot" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

Poetic Earthlings

06:20 min | 10 months ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

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"w.  dot" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

Poetic Earthlings

05:52 min | 10 months ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

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Rivers of Prophecying

02:46 min | 1 year ago

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

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"w.  dot" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Just search for the word spec you'll find it where the the differences between a reverse merger. Ns backer defined but in any event we decided to do this reverse merger so that we could become a publicly traded company which meant that. The trading in our shares became liquid. There was a liquid market for people to invest and people to get out and You know it was a. It was a hail mary as we would call it. Hail mary pass and it did not work out but i did learn the education i got from that was worth a few million dollars. I went from never having any involvement with a publicly traded company to becoming not only the c. e. o. But the chairman of the board of a publicly traded company. Now we were a very small company but we had to say and reporting requirements as any other publicly traded company and at least within certain parameters. I had to you know run board meetings. I had a board of directors that were a bunch of hard bitten money people and and it it just you talk about an education is certainly received one and it also gave me a great perspective on the difference between a privately held company and a publicly held company. And one of those things and one of the reasons why Becoming a publicly traded company actually impacts and impedes the execution of your business model. Is all the pressure from the public markets and from investors for short term results and and a lot of cases a public company and a startup company almost like alice through the looking glass. It's almost as if the rules of actual business are suspended. You know we don't care whether you're actually making a profit. We don't care about this many things that would be important if you were private. You have other objectives that you need to serve like meeting revenue targets. Yes well of course. That's important that's always important But then you know. Revenues great but what about profits. I had a meeting with a fund manager in philadelphia and this was again during the dotcom boom and everybody had money. And everybody's investing. This guy had no experience being a fund manager. And i came to him asking for five million dollars. And you know for this next round of what we're gonna do and how we're going to expand our gonna increase revenues. And he looked at me and he said you know i have a hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in my fund that my responsibility is to invest. And if i did five million dollars a shot. I'd have to manage twenty five deals and i don't want to do that. So you're asking for five million. How about if. I give you fifteen million and i thought well that's great but then he went on to say if i give you fifteen million dollars today. Can you roll this idea out. Nationwide in the next one hundred and eighty days. And i said certainly not and he goes well. There's the door. So that's the kind of you know. As i say alice through the looking glass thing that you need to look out for..

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Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Perhaps to start your own Keep in mind that when you do your first startup it's not gonna be your last startup. let's hope Don't try to hold onto fifty one percent of ownership or maintain control. I mean you should try and you should keep control as long as you can but keep in mind that this is your first go. Round and the golden rule applies the people with the gold. Set the rules. And if they wanna bring in a professional management team or they're gonna push you out completely or they're going to change the business model or what have you. You need to roll with the punches and just look at it as as much of a learning experience as you can again. If you're fortunate. I don't know exactly the statistics. But i think it's only one out of five or maybe fewer startups that actually succeed in turn into profitable businesses. If you're one of those one out of five grade eventually you will part ways with that company and again. If you're lucky you'll have some money in the bank when you go to do your next startup. You're going to be a much more experienced person than you had been previously. You'll probably do a better job with execution you'll be able to attract a better team. You will already know who to go to to ask for investment capital. You'll just understand so many things that right now. You don't even know what you don't know. And then allegedly what happens. And i think you'll agree with this. Joe is people who create startups stop creating startups. They end up with enough money in the bank that they invest in other people startups and they let those people were two hundred hours a week and go through the stress in cologne their hair out and losing their marriage et cetera And and then they are the person who who sets the rules because they're the one with the gold. Now i see a few of these statements pre interesting especially when it five startup succeeds. Actually i i've heard more the number like One in can nonetheless. Even your more favorable statistic means that you have to try at least five times statistically speaking to be successful once and it does make sense to invest all your life savings taken credit as much as you can..

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Well. Because I like he'd never hit forty home runs. He retired three nine. That's why I was like, oh, he's not getting three hundred hundred eight no matter how good he was. I didn't think he'd get in. But again, hopefully, we're past that so good that also fails like playing in the parking played into I know Aron, Gregory approximating runs. Their Edgar was putting up like forty fifty double seasons. Like if you just played at Fenway. Those would have been fifty home run seasons. Instead, we have five seasons of forty doubles. But once or Stephen no seasons of forty home runs. So. Egging Martinez was a career three twelve four eighteen five fifteen hitter players to best each leg of his lifetime slash line. Ted Williams Jimmie Foxx. Lou Garrick Rogers Hornsby, which is back. Always love that name to Rogers is much better than just Roger right, babe. Ruth shoeless. Joe Jackson and Dan brothers. All of them are in the hall of fame except for shoeless. Joe Jackson was a lifetime who've literally can. Let's see kangaroo fee junior had a three eighty five on base percentage from ninety five ninety seven Edgar Martinez at a three eighty six on base percentage during that same stretch when batting with two strikes. A little pressure. Let's see. Transceivers? I've seen a million of them are easier to find I wish he'd just on a single thread, probably getting hall of fame. He's like he'll ever need. This a lot of these are juxtaposed to David Arteta numbers, which I simply will not read. Let's see echo Martinez. Bad at three fifty six four seventy nine six fifty nine was seventy three doubles, two triples and thirty three home runs. Over a span of one hundred sixty two games from June twenty third ninety five to June twentieth. Ninety six he reached base safely three hundred and forty nine times during that hundred and sixty two games. These. What are you doing during interleague play though? Really? Now, it's tough. I'm. I really already thought lease myth already like when he retired. He was the leader and saves over one hundred. In on gave shit, then they didn't. And now like sits in Hoffman got in revere just got in and least move seven all stars four. Save leaders three Rolaids relief man of the year. It was all. And they were just like you do Lee. We need someone to people to be better than you. I realized how good you were. Players with at least six straight seasons. Batting three twenty four twenty five year better. Edgar Martinez from ninety five to two thousand Ted Williams from nineteen thirty nine to nineteen forty nine. Will he miss eight? Will he miss them time? They're the lazy. But that just means it came back and just kept Reagan. Lou Gehrig from nineteen thirty to thirty seven. Lou Gehrig was motherfucking. And he was his numbers the ones like man ago. It was meshing was Babe Ruth from twenty six to thirty two. So from nineteen thirty to nineteen thirty two the AKIs had scared. Andrew just. They probably betted him. Seventh and eighth because nobody understood like batting. Roger orange be from nineteen twenty to nineteen twenty five. I honestly didn't know Hornsby played that recently, I was butter being Hornsby. So those are the one two three four five people who've done that. So yeah, aggravating was as prolific hitter as you can find. So. Yeah, I'm okay with. Him being in the hall of fame despite here therere on base, percentage leaders just does. So first place hall of fame. Like, it doesn't have the name of the player. He just has Hala fame. Career on base, percentage leaders, first place, all fame second-place fame. Third place all fame fourth-place, all fame. Fifth-place Barry Lamar bonds, six non-qualified. Nope. Six thirteen plays hall of fame fourteenth. Edgar martinez. Fifteen sixteen seventeen hall of fame eighteen Todd Helton, probably won't get him all thing. Although it was on this one. Who held? Yeah. Can't remember Deng now as he was, but he didn't even ten Fred McGriff. Also should probably be inhaling thirty nine point eight percent. You're not cramped as I make. But helton's eighteenth not in nineteen twenty hall of fame twenty one. And this is a guy who probably never gonna get in Manuel Ramirez. You don't think he gets in he failed to? But was presented. Let me see if I could find a full 'cause like a slow burn think you'll get in. Where

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Half. That's absurd. The building is more famous than like one of the three most recognized sports franchise in the five. I can sound older Cowboys Yankees. Knicks Lakers like there somewhere in that mix. If we're saying world there's a couple of soccer team site but out of the next, but definitely not there like in that knows the Knicks in they made four twenty six in the goddamn building alone may twice. Hey, Chris people. I the absolute. Yeah. I still think the Knicks though, I get hold on MSG forever. But. But yeah, just just take it. Do they just wanna play music in his? Yeah. Would you rather be the guy who brought championship to the next of the Browns? Brown's like I I understand the Browns argument just because those people are. Casper for a winner and your legend there forever. But New York's just so big and like you said it's that international recognisability I feel like it's like fail. If Feo sucked with the cups. He'd still get a million other jobs after that. I think the thing is like honestly like as big as Baker Mayfield would have to get Tom Brady big to be like worldwide. Big right Don-Shik is worldwide big right now. So it's like different sports different scale. But you know, if Baker wind when he's like, he's a king forever in Ohio. But porzingus does one than he's like healed. Adidas four million dollar contract. He'll said his own ticket. We got some breaking up boy. Oh, opium seen this. This is good. Breaking news. I haven't I'm getting more excited by the second. I wanna find it for sure. Because I it's injured like the notification in swipe in just doesn't like go to the stories like. We believe us. Wow. Okay. Something that I did not think would ever happen. Just happened. We have a unanimous major league baseball hall of fame candidate. Good rivera. Yeah. I'm not like it was going to be somebody was going to be him. But I still just had no fate in the voters. Who else is? Looks like ROY halladay women say ROY halladay. Edgar Martinez got him. Okay. Like you've seen. Lees? Smith was good herald, bang does not bad hellbent shouldn't be. Well, he is so well, he got he was he was put it. He wasn't even on the vote. They put him in even better. I had to give voted any outpour. Just got in. Chilling. Before I think I'd have mostly. Like I said before he every time he took the mound. I was terrified. So that alone should get most people lend in my eyes. I think if you won like one ring in New York, I feel like he would have walked in. Came in fifth didn't get in. Clemens was right at bonds because of racism. Larry Walker got fifty four point six how many votes Clemens bones? Fifty nine point five fifty nine point one. I mean, do you need to stay on the ballot? Oh, they're very on the ballot. It's like twenty. It's not like somebody. I've seen a multiple someones like bonds getting in in three years. And it's like, I don't know, man. But this is a good step like they're just like, no, everybody can agree. This guy should be in. Then. Okay. Maybe we are gonna make better decision. I care. Remember what his percentage was last year? I know it's been climbing every year. But for some reason, this doesn't feel like as big of a office got in the last two times for who. Would any what seventy five to get in? And he's in the I mean, maybe 'cause fifties is way higher than I would've guessed. Well, he's about sixty. Okay. So like three years sounds about right. How long can you? Stay on the ballot. Twenty years sounds right to me because I didn't like twenty years or like once you get below that twenty percent, or whatever you get below the twenty percent your first dry. You're out. You're like forever, right? I shouldn't even play ball pitcher acne. So Rivera get hundred minutes deserved. No for sure like. You think how should have got. Yes. I don't hate it. You think he's still alive? He would again. I is this first ballot for him. I believe it's about it. If he was alive. I don't think guessing I he was pretty comfortably one of the three best pitchers of his 'cause I wouldn't put him like Pedro overlap. But I would say he was the next generation. Yeah. I would say he was pretty comfortably one of three best. Let's pull up its numbers. But that's what I'm looking to hundred three career wins shade over two thousand strikeouts. Three point three hours. So like, the number like, those numbers aren't overly impressive. But no I like watching him play against amazing. Like two hundred three women's feels like it should be enough. Again. Hopefully, like, if we do really do have a new like system vote or just new younger voters because FOX died, and they're just like, yeah. No, his eight years were better than fucking goose Gossage is nineteen catfish hunter or something two time Cy Young eight-time. All-star led the league in endings for times. Let's see a complete games like one two three four five six seven times led the league four times and shutouts.

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Know. He was on his phone to is like these people. I was mad at him that he's not in a jumpsuit that admin been electric Dataman. Greg. But I asked him he was like met Michael Rubin through like the Corp not through bide my take. So it's like he doesn't. Fully know who I am just what does he only what does the seventy six. They have twelve he like, the main gap. There was a whole thing. They twelve on. I don't know of any like unless you bought a team, and like nineteen twelve I don't know if anyone's just sole proprietor owner is it's only families, right, right? Oh, he invented fanatic, some producer. Yeah. If Anat the world's leading online seller of licensed sports merchandise, pretty good youns Rula, which is huge. And shop runner. I will. It's I'm pretty sure it's like a women's fashion site. Has he has two point seven billion dollars to his name. Pretty good. He also cones the New Jersey Devils because nobody that rich ever just wants. I wanna home thirty percent of thirty team. Yeah. Is the car owner of the Philadelphia seventy Sixers and New Jersey Devils, so pretty good. What do you do for work? My. Sports fan. These forty seven years old pre. Founded a company ninety eight and sold it on EBay twenty eleven for two point four billion dollars. He he was a member of the remember hearing like an investment group. Just like mad people own the Sixers bottom for two hundred eighty million dollars. Wow. What a goddamn steel. This is twenty eleven now this seventy five I know anything south of five hundred million dollars. I don't care. It's the Utah Jazz. Like you have to buy that even I'd by the Utah Jazz for five hundred. Definitely saying any what's the Sixers network right now. It just hit one billion. It's one point one eight billion in their twenty first and thirty teams Jesus Christ. I'm may did not know they were twenty Firth. How was that? I'm disgusted. The Knicks remain the top spot for third. That's never gonna change. Nope. Show team bay imagine. If they were imagine if they were good a magin, I won't. Just last year when the Knicks stunk again value increased nine percent. Three point six billion. The franchise. Forbes noted continues to profit from the one billion dollar revenue renovation of Madison Square Garden, which produce new revenue opportunities from sponsorship and seeing. Could say that happened. Why would I try when I cannot try and still be number one? Like, I get it for Dolan. But also, I'm just amazed like these or somebody. Like, just by the Nixon cash do right? Like, if anybody I'm any rich person's trying to rehab their image. He's got like a bad image. But like like the divorce the cheat on his wife people hate Amazon because I've taken over everything if he bought the Nixon just random competently it. I'll be forgotten. Then when you have to like a title, did they just competently you'd be like considered a super genius? If you did that. He's like, you know, what I think we're not gonna pay bad players. This. Knows it. But I think I don't in. The interview was like he wouldn't sell the Knicks for anything less than like five billion. I don't hate that take. No not. He should hold a. But again bees should be like, that's it. I'm going to get up to my wife like what are you talking about? Give me both of them. Oh bag. It's like he would sell the next, but he would never sell the garden. So he would still be making money even that still feels like a win win though. Oh, yeah. I wonder how much it would take from what if you just like ten billion for both stuff like a win. No. He would have to sell it. He out think he'd sell the garden for south of fifty. Billion? Yes. I don't even they get paid out, man. I'm so poor have so many questions check like. Two hundred eighty meters. Like ten people in a group. It's like, okay. I'll put it on mine. But if you guys can just like VIN momey, your two point eight million dollars. Then I'll yell shoot it over. Yeah. As like Dolan. He's worth one point five billion, which seems relatively low for MBA owner, but you're nuts. Like, he's on a gold. My that's all it is literally like a printing press money the jazz. He's like I own our Rena too. I the smart home arena would get is anytime anytime Dolan's down bad. He can just be like in Billy, Billy. Joel. Can you come to two weeks? Step at MSG, a residency. Yes, sir. I don't think you're gonna retire banner for make you know. Some image the company alone twenty sixteen revenue one point one two billion. That's what I made. You can't sell it. But it's like, I don't know the Knicks revenue. We're going to Rio nerd, yes. Like profit revenue revenue because that's what said for MSG. So the Knicks revenue was four twenty six literally half it la- more than half.

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"There. Not he's they're not in the Cowboys man, Fags ain't shit. We have no accolades. He played his rookie contract and bounce. And they were like, yes, we love you forever. Deaf extreme. Very. Well, he also he's the Braves wasn't. He. No, no. He was I think he might have been with the Cowboys by them. I don't know if he was with the them for very long at the same time. Breaking. Two two years overlap. Okay. Yeah. Now that would have to be hammer like. Charles Haley, who's the guy with the most ranks. So that day Haley those were he went from what the forty Niners. So the Cowboys pretty good. So he's probably not in both. There's I think on the regular hall of fame. So that doesn't matter. Ki ki is let me see what a life, though, villi pretty good. It's going to go with a winter's the now, he's in pro in college. Okay. Hall of fame. If five rings five pro bowls to all pros to NFC defensive player of the year. He's in the Cowboys ring of honor and the forty Niners all pretty good N A D two all American damn when we find out Charles Haley, slick the best live ever. He's on two hundred million dollars. Montana kept turning it down. We'll supposed to do. Plano road. The Superbowls I was trying to because I know that the. Forty nine eighty six ninety one ninety two. So he was there for all three to Cowboys. Then you got the fuck and went back to the Niners. Try to arrive this in one more say, well, this is gone. He played one year than quit. We didn't. We didn't win the Super Bowl. Anybody else? I'm hoping that some day it'll happen like ally gets there. But the giants fans just hate him. But that have to be something like that. We hate his guts OJ is. Is in any teams Oliver? I if he was he got taken out. He's still in the pro college football hall of fame. See, wow. If there's our answer. Jason is not in a. He's not in any ring honors hall of fame. I mean outside the pro in college football fame, but outside those no empty. Like a snap judgment. Those football chair was. Ho jae. We talk about five too much. You haven't asked any guests recently about our Hernandez either. Maybe I should Gorby would just got a gig. Day also tackled James I'd promptly go. After the top dog. Did you did you say a close personal friend Dan cats sitting with hopefully future close personal friend little I saw McMillan Losey Burt sitting with superstar. Yeah. I've never heard makeovers on digital production. Losing either come to think of it? Them just. Him being literally beside who's he killed me? Right. Just showed it to show. And then they show him on the Jumbotron, and he's like, oh, no show me. But they're not focused on me. He should adapt though, that would have been he fucked up, you know. If he lives there. Thousands. Who who's dabbing with me? Act like you've been there before buddy. Yeah. That one point five million between. It's the worst. Because you know, he couldn't tell he was about to be on. The Jumbotron starts looking around as like, they don't care about me here at all. There with. Was like flexing. Michael Rubens pumped make meals pumped Reuben. That's it were Dan cats confused on that place. Today. I know.

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Situation. But I mean, I'm happy for him. He's been a base defense stepped up all playoffs like the second half wasn't great. But you you can't like stop moms. You can just like like that game wouldn't have been closed the fence just didn't full job in the first half. We left so many goddamn points on the board. Yeah. That's what I was like this is gonna come back to bite the saints. Get Mike come back to bite. The patriot. Get two games kind of shaping up the same exact same. It's like when he like gets up early. It's like, oh, man. It's like, wait a minute there. It's still two touchdowns. They can't get past like a two touchdown lead. That's what we should have been up. Conservatively like if we just kept running instead of throwing rocks at the interception. That's why that's part of why wanted grump to block as much as he did against San Diego grant, we'd needed him to make that cats those two catches on and overtime in the one Overbury, which was just. If he had dropped that. That would have been the new Hakeem Patrick Ewing picture from around him. Luckily, he caught it. So we didn't need to go there. But boy, oh, boy that would have been he's like, you know, what I'm just gonna tie right now. I'm trying to say because there was a stat on the first half. Then I tweeted out just it was like it was just such dominance. And then like home just walks down the field scores immediately, and it's like one one possession game. Excellent guys. I was like there's not just because for ball changes so much like people had goods like when golfer car like Dalton win Ted great seasons that wouldn't really like excited to watch them. I'm excited to watch Patrick Mahomes for the Knicks, however long he wants to play football. Oh, absolutely. That was good like car was they had the great year and all that. But like going forward. Like he has to get worse. Right. Does he get better? He just he's gonna stink next year. Even if he like if he has forty touchdowns like, that's that's a you know goes forty two hundred yard as a twenty percent regression of his assesses. Yeah. So I dunno heating is there were at. Yeah. I don't know what's happening over there. You just see like the speaker playing on the tab. I haven't looked at you in minutes. Yeah. Attention the amount of. Like arm angles. He invents to throw like there was one on the the field the game tying field goal at the very end. Dr where he he rolled out to his right had abs- inside yet to the guy who was on the same sideline. And he had to like curve it around a defender that was more impressive. And I have the slot on several different stop. Thank you that. I had many times. But specifically these are all throws that people suck Aaron Rodgers for. But just better like they're better throws. Yeah. Yeah. Like also got them in the playoffs. Correct. So in the first half the patriots at sixteen first downs to Kansas City's three I can't believe Andy Reid gave us the ball the start again, what an idiot shocking what an absolute idiots. I will say this. I this was like a like they lost this game for sure, but any real life hoof overtime, my right? I didn't. She's third down efficiency pats seven for nine in the first half, and we finish thirteen for nineteen. You can't pretty good. Total yards two hundred forty five to thirty two thirty two. So what was the score? Halftime fourteen. Nothing. To school. I was thinking seventeen seven or something good. No, we left so many points on the Boya so many and we had the turnover that was the one in the red zone. So it should have been it should have been twenty one nothing. The fact that it was fourteen I was like that makes like we're dominating. Like we had three sacks. Like like big sacks to like. Forty three sack yards on the three sacks. That's. Like, I think that's that's the septum homes. Like if he just he smooths that out. He's getting said for like four yards thrown it away. Now, he's gonna be terrifying. Well, those ones like only one of them I would say was on him. He just like didn't read about the other ones. Like, we had tyreek hill shackles absolute shackles. And then did you Gilmore said after the game. It was quite as respectful. Don't know. What do what is it after Watkins burned date, which really infuriated bay that was another broken play where moms this was like look just keep running. And there's got it going to throw it out. I've yard. He we moved him to Travis Kelsey, which I guess they hadn't discussed all week. Like, they haven't practiced against Avon tight end surprise. Yeah. They're just like you got Kelsey now Kelsey had zero receptions, the rest of the game like wasn't targeted. And after the game was like was that difficult for you like not at all? I'm used to covering fast guys slow shit. No, not Nestle. This I begged him for an easier. Man. Like, I'm looking I saw like the chiefs going to have fifty million cap space this summer, but it's like I kind of think they should cut everybody. They have on defense. Definitely there make money, but they're bad like. I mean berry I think are one of the better safeties of his generation of the last how ever many years his done. He didn't look good. I know that hurts Selley Caselli loves Eric berry Comber so much. Sully is quickly. Like spinning down in the insanity. Every tweet I say, there's more and more depressing as spinning the short the short trip. Yeah. Now, he he wants Andy Reid fired which. Romo. All right, buddy. Let's just the Tony Romo defensive coordinator talk that every fucking talking head in America had this weekend. Do people realize like defensive coordinators don't get to see like the formation and be like, oh, this is like you. You know, the personnel. That's running out into the huddle. You don't know. Exactly. What formation that like when he's up in the booth. He just does both if he can date the people's every whenever they cut off the microphones and people's headsets, which I don't know if they do anymore now. I think it's fifteen I think when the play Kat hits fifteen it cuts off offense and defense because I know that's like how the Rams have been able to do their uptempo is like since they never really huddle. They have the same personnel out there all the time McVeigh could just stay in Goths helmet for they set it on one of these games. I can't remember how long he stays in that. But I remember definitely used to be fifteen. I dunno changed. Or if the Rams are cheating or something. Probably I think it still. Yeah. Because it's like as soon as the plays done like they huddle up 'cause like, okay? We've got twenty five seconds to fifteen McVay sees everything he can. Tell them everything. He can. He's like okay before we get off the line throw to the wide open guy. Okay. Bye.

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Yeah. The last three weeks of the regular season econo- touchdown. So I guess people just saying this common. He's five weeks. Is ride the hottest streak of his life five straight facts, we touch then. If while taking off. Three straight games of the playoffs. Like if Brady threw the same exact thing to Philip Dorset Phil door sets not getting that. Call. I feel like like a gr-, maybe even element would. He doesn't get that. Call grog percents is not get back. All he's got a pass fans. Call since like college is right. Tackle what do you want? Like, I think it'll is their call. Yeah. Was like Tommy Lee. Like, you're just gonna look like no way. It's the same weight hardened can do the same exact thing that as Briscoe can do one of those guys gonna get their call one guy's not necessarily go. Right. That's true. But man, so like. It was blatant as most. I really I've seen articles like I think I agree if they're like, this is the worst miscall evidence. Like, I don't unless this happened in the Super Bowl. I don't know how it could be bigger. Yeah. As one. It was wild. Like, it was one of those things of real time to like, maybe all the restaurants assumed one of the other refs through it. And then they were like well too late because when I watch it in real I was like like he'd have the balls wanted. He did he just blow them up separate them from the ball. What did I miss? Well. The worst part of any was that felt like it could very easily been picked six if he just didn't go all out onto trying to murder Tommy Lewis with he said, he the reason he did it. He's like a thought I was beat. So it was like I have to tackle them or it's give up touch now. Right. So he was like, I don't he wouldn't even thinking about trying to turn. He was like. Oh, sure. Yeah. He's abundance guys vertebrae. Here's my question. Because if they call let's say, they call it very correctly, and it's not only a pass interference. But also unnecessary roughness like helmet to the head the balls of the what? Or like the one and a half because it would be a spot foul after this goal. This one forty six left. I can't remember if the Rams had one or two timeouts left. I know it wasn't zero. You know, they had at least one. So the saints have to run a play. The catch is taken me get the time out than burn out the rest of the clock. I don't think. Not think it was because what down wasn't what would have been I out because the penalties. Yeah. So there would have been one time out at least two that would cause that was third right into make it fourth. And they just kicked the field. Go after that. Right. Bratcher if they call it right away. I down from like, let's call the two they have to run at least one real play. The Rams have to let them score a touchdown on that play like half. Do you have to your only hope? Yeah. Are we sure this answer getting stop that with us? I think I think that's very valid. Like, this wasn't just a. Oh, yeah. If they got it easily win the game that they like those wind probabilities. No, I agree. This wasn't a this wouldn't just handing the saints the game it he'll write it hinting the game to the one yard line. But they had to punch it in. Yeah. I mean, I don't know. And based on the on first down they through to Michael Thomas and complete like stop the clock on their own. I don't know why they did like the saints kinda crumbling, and they didn't they had red zone opportunities all day. They didn't capitalize on the saints. Have plenty of blame on the theirselves. Here. Oh, they when they went thirteen zero early instead over those to fill goes alls. I don't know. One was like, okay us take the early points. The second actor the girly the pick then went through his hands. Yes. Another reason I wouldn't touch running with ten full. But that was like one of those like, oh, yeah. They they ran three times into the line. Like, we're feel and it came back to bite like this is the conference championship, man. Like ask our Rogers how that works out. Now. Listen, you don't wanna give him too much time. He might go six nine one. He hasn't coached them. He does he does goes. But man, oh man Jere golf in the Super Bowl. Tiger looked horrible. Yeah. But that also like I'm confident we can beat the Rams think it's like an easy game because we have to fucking block and consumer Aaron Donald and by the way, if there's ever a game for Dom consumer just go full he'll play his thirty as possible. It should be this one. You're saying he wouldn't do that already. Know for sure, but like go extra out of his way. Like that that who was the dude who picked up. Jim McMahon spiked him like a football broke his collarbone. Just kill them yet on the field for sewers. I think he's afraid and he's like, maybe I wanna do the Rivas thing. Maybe I wanna go to the picnic. I'll I'll throw him down. I won't step on his face though, ref fair fair. He's a team player girly after the game. I don't know if you saw his interview before he went on Hanson and one the night at had Michael Lombardi just down rail bad. Listen, I think that was even worse than the game was just how like Michael Lewis postal or Michael Michael Thomas posted like the rules. Pickup rider girly troll. And was like this. Gotta be worse than them. Just missing the call. Nothing. You can do about it. Girly was dancing on their grave the corner. Like Nickell Robey called in whatever. His name is him being like, oh, yeah. I absolute interfered with them. Easiest call. They ever should've made. I can't believe they did. I would thrive out of the game. Right. Yeah. All of that made it so much funnier. And then like, they're they're the road construction signs New Orleans, and like everyone's just bitching Immonen and like like no one had a better Sunday than falcons fans. No, did you see the the billboards the guy put up a New Orleans. Money well-spent like Goodell's gonna see them like, you know, what? I should do something this suing the league. Can I mean, what are you going to get out of there not gonna replay the that's what I don't get you get money like first round. They give them whatever they're not going to the Super Bowl. What could you give them? It's it's one of the funniest thing. I've ever see. So funny. 'cause like I don't give shit about the saints or the Rams. I really don't like. That's what's. So I like I like individual players on the Rams more this like light girly. So it's funny to see him like stunk like four cares for nine yards that pick on me here. I am Super Bowl. Todd. Yeah. He after the game. He was just like, man. I sorry out there. I deserved to play. And that makes me terrified Yati. That's that's what would scare me. Like, right. And that the like we really shouldn't be here at a tude and like we've played real well against the run in the playoffs. We stunk all regular season of Brian Flora's is going to Miami, by the way. So if confirmed that's what they were saying during the game. Like, I think I think wrote Romo her summer was like on that when too. They're like if you're a dolphins fan right now you have to be real happy with his defense. And I was like what weird thing to sell. He's the couch. That's right. They heard every like every week since week sixteen if you lost this week he'd be doing the press conference right now. Oh for sure. So it's again, I I wish him well because there's not a lot of black coaches. But man, oh, man. The dolphins is that such a bleak football situation.

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Now. Though boy. He's gonna get going to die. Listen, I thought he's gonna die when it got hit against the fucking Seahawks. Civil you think you remember that there's not a chance, right? He's I think he's on record of saying he doesn't remember the next week. Oh, jeez. This is one of those like a hit so clean. It looks fake. Like, he took it. He just defor for just pens them for the Intercon. But like after that, he was a monster. The rest of the game. I I mean good like they they needed it worked. He's very good absolutely needed. Yeah. He's just I don't see any case for him in the hall of fame now. No, I mean, supposedly records incredible. But I mean, if you were just talking Jerry Thornton just wrote this to let me see if I can find a list he wrote like the most clutch. Playoff receivers patriot history. I think he had him too. The high Dion branch, okay? Z count gronk or but now branches he only did receivers and actually tweeted about it. I was like you forgot someone and he agreed joy Browne. No, Troy Brown is on the list. But I mean, he would got more than a tweet if he'd forgotten joy Brampton. He had moss seven. I hate to say it moss doesn't belong on the list. If it's only for your patriots tenure, right? It's only patriots and only playoffs cannot in. Yeah. No that's fair. I mean, I have wheels on there but boss, very almost had a Super Bowl winning touchdown for nineteen no season. That would have put him on my list, but that's only playoff touchdown. As patriot yet. Yeah. He's like that. Oh, seven he had seven receptions for ninety four yards and one touchdown. And then he had in two thousand nine five or sections for forty eight guides like that's. If if I didn't love Randy moss. It'd be going on this guy. If you're on a different team. I'm we run even right now, the branch has more everything than Elman. More catches more yards touchdowns higher like he's his bowl MVP. And nobody would say, he's a all affair. Listen. Dan branch was fucking incredible. No, I listen. He's like the Kentucky football fame because he was nice as hell in college. Right. So I've been like follow him. He's been. That's why I'm looking at. He didn't have a thousand yard season, which I'm kind of amazed. He also did more with this had more years with the Seahawks than I remembered it was effort to long. I would I give four four and a half years. I was thinking like to those awhile is only got him back. And I was like I don't know about this. And he was all right when it came back. He just got he just. Was just one of those savers around there. I'll run there. No problem. He had west Welker five welcomes numbers playoff number much better than I remember what that was like if you're talking about Welker in the hall of fame make because I think he's fourth in postseason catches and he's got the regular season stuff. Listen, he did the opposite of Randy moss against the giants. The second time. He catches that guy. Damn fucking football. We win that game. He's the tip. Assists. Clutch. I would argue get four pros man yet. I mean, he had I don't know if it's been broken yet. But he had the. Someone recently just broke it. I don't know if it was Julio or or Michael Thomas or something, but it was like the most receptions to start a career within the first x number of years with a team and his obviously different because it was the middle of his career. Whereas like, he broke Larry Fitzgerald's, which was just as I like five years in the league like Welker had that when I five years with the patriots like he was just automatic like a hundred eleven catches where twelve hundred yards like just every play. So it's like you're talking about patriot to see like Wilco Gabby of dip before adamant. Asu for receivers are for Davis like just like for hall of fame candidate. I wouldn't put welcome. But if I had to pick one Welker easily rhythm taking everything Welker. He never got a ring though duty he was only on the losing team. Not in New England. And again when a Denver, that's no because he lost their two. He's just bail. The good thing. He doesn't remember any things because all the concussions. He said is where sure doesn't. Yeah. I don't know looking at he's got adamant to again by branch and branches numbers, especially for like it was three through five. And then it came back twenty ten twenty eleven twenty twelve I don't remember second tenure being that long. But it's right in front of me. So yeah, he's adamant to twenty thirteen. He was he was a problem and pretty much since then he's just been really good in the playoffs. Only three touchdowns. Also threw that touchdown. Obviously that doesn't matter much for this.

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"To. I don't know about all this Cussing. I'm Christian brand. I'd say fuck that. Tarnish davis. Say. Towards the middle of the show. You can see how his character starts to like be affected by the house and makers like in his speech. You know, the way you know, you start Cussing. It costs more to me on the show. I got it was Marquette is heated. I get I get pissed frustrated. We frustrate the hell out of his kid, but that's like real life. I'm easily frustrate just because I think people should already know something if people should be smarter than that. And I'm like, not I. He got he got ball out. He got the product, and you know, trying to push that, you know, so he really trying to push, you know, his brand and his products of, you know, body wash, and, you know, sports, soap, and all that conditioners among leading fucking any. You know, any he come in. Right. You know, he come in with the Columbus. You know? And was a man really fucking. Really? Social media dope part about it. Because it's like even in the show. I'm trying to I'm trying to I'm trying to plead the bear ban on more than just as social media guy. Like, I can come up with this. I have a marketing degree and commode is bismuth Maryland, mango video get outta here. Also is though power this show is kind of like my real life. That I'm more than basketball in person. And what this again, what w Tf baron. It's so, but that's to what the fuck Aaron bug band Davis. Twentieth. Fuse TV eleven PM. My last question when you were gathering to dog on Andrea CARA Linko did time slowdown. What was going through your mind? Did you did you know, it was going to be that's one of the house going to five to ten most? But you know, what level of DACA was going to be because that's when you think icon dunked that Nile come to mind if you watch it the play before a do exact same move. I get to the front of the rim, and I can turn it over and done. But I lay in Charolais co is on the baseline, and he looks at me. And he is like almost like, you know, a big man do don't do. I'm gonna come grab it. I don't care what the score is. And I was like Moga. And so, but I knew where he was right? And he he could have blocked it. But it would have been going. And so I was like all right. Well, he think I'm land up this time. I'm if I turn the corner, and I get my steps I'm going to catch his ass. And soon as I did I don't know if his Derek Fisher dare William soon as I beat them when I saw he was in the same spot. I was like man, I gotta try gotta try my hand. I got him. You know, I was like I got him in there when I dunked it was like everything slowdown in slow motion. I couldn't hear anything. I, you know. That's why I just pulled. What the fuck? Everybody to stand there watching. I don't know what the fuck to do a lot of people don't know is the hundred care linka at that time was was one of the top defend league. He if not one of the best like topic in the league, and you put them in a home. Man. I was crazy. It was. Yeah. Mona stop. I didn't know Steven Jackson was like wiping me down. None of that. Until I watched it on ESPN. I was like damn all this was happening. How often do you watch? That said I can't help. But watch it every day somebody tagging on Instagram. Or asking me about it. It's like shit death knows all time. You know, like somebody's like a one hit wonder, and they always ask about that song. It's almost like people have like reduced everything. And MS it everything that one dunk, and I and I have to figure out like how I want to accept that shit the shit hurt. That's it hurt some time. It shouldn't it think about how hundred care Lincoln feels. I know his probably most famous moment to and I'd say you got through the deal. Yeah. Yeah. You should you should bring him back. So we can dunk on you. So he can have where you know, shot out Jake Carolina 'cause he came within a great year. He had a great career. Sorry, all one all time. Best nicknamed on the all time best European players plan, the NBA, and and really pave the way for younger guys that you see now. Okay. So dodger. Is tough to both. You know, his he got to experience. You know what I mean? You know what I mean? It's like, you know, it's like Apollo creed. And rocky or some shit like that he didn't get prepped for that oversees. Now ready for that smoke January twentieth. Eleven PM every Sunday does not skip any weeks. So every Sunday every Sunday until the show over in, you know, hopefully fuse bring his back for season two in three. That's when you get care link. Oh, man, I can get anybody to after this season to you're going to get all kinds of Kamya. He's been waiting to say fuck you baron. Sometimes you. Sure sound good accent. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Under this. The

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Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

12:22 min | 3 years ago

"w. dot" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I always just it was probably two years ago. And it was just basically was a pickup game wasn't like the record league. Yeah. It was just a couple couple of my boys. And it was of course, like some fans, and then I was there, and it got kind of heat it. 'cause New York basketball is different. They've had and everybody. And without a jump shot. The confidence I'm not trip. So he got kinda heated, and I was there almost I'm not I'm not a confrontational person. But when I get going, I'm on I'm gonna talk a little bit smiley, my shit, talking funny is like us mileage you. I'll be like is is different. It got guy heated, but it was all good funded game. Now, I was I was curious why like drool league and all that was indoors. But it makes sense hundred ten fucking days and drive by shootings. I could see that being oppressed while we don't play offs. And that's why we're in place de ball in LA did a documentary on the jute on Julie. And one of the one of the things we talked about is why we don't play outside because drive by shootings, and that's real. You know what I mean? So LA has more outdoor courts and more basketball courts than probably any city in America more gyms than damn near any city in America. It might you know, from outdoor core perspective like New Yorkers had our weather. You know, what I mean with things like that? The course would be packed. But you know, you gotta gotta think about them drive by shootings do for share. You know what I mean? That's why we didn't grow up. I mean, that's why I street. You know, they always say when the streetlights come on like, you gotta be in the house 'cause you know, that's when the action. Kick off. So, you know for us we play with like a a high level of stress and anxiety. You know, what I mean from, you know, always kinda like looking over our shoulder. More search share that in a lot of like the guys now like from the LA area like Hawaiian the heart and G a lot of those Roseanne. We I mean when you watch them play, you know, they kind of like got like a an uncanny smoothness about him, right? Like a common demeanor. Like, they ain't trip in the game too easy. You know what? I mean. It's almost all. Yeah. And they still. And it's like that's almost like the court is the safe place. Right. There's LA like shit if I can get if I can make it to the gym, right? I know of good, right? Then I gotta just making home get some sleep. Then I you know, I live that day. You know what I mean? And as long as none 'cause using whatever happened in Jim. If it spilled outside, the gene, you know, you got a problem, but we're still got a chance to make it home whether show his, but outdoor you know, what I mean is just like anything can happen outdoor. So just making it to the gym. You know, get get gave dudes kind of like that high. You know, like that that exactly and then you get there almost like its sanctuary because you can do what she wants to. So you don't see a lot of you know, Westbrook is different because, you know, Westbrook central. So he plays with that like that south central attitude. You know, what I mean like west replay like a gangster, you Swen people running up on people. You know what I mean? That's that's like south century mentality. You know what I mean? Yeah. Now that I'm not even from LA, but I'm from Atlanta. Okay. I mean, I played I played in a game in in watts and Jim was into his last year with via and I'm the type person, I shoot a lot of threes. Like, I have a little flair my game. But it looks like it looks I'm trying to show people up, but I'm really not. So when I it's tough for you is everyone knows you from all the viral shit. So everyone takes you're just trying to make them go. So what else exactly you're browse playing like that I'm shooting? I'm doing size those falling on the ground but his plate, right? Oh, they won have like it was sort of like when I chill out with art. But I'm really scoring but a library stop trying to stop trying to show me. So an embarrassing. Ed, you can hope right? Like, it ain't is nothing. Like specially. 'cause in LA basketball's a lifestyle. Right. Not like dude who like you watch on Instagram you'd think he week 'cause he oh marriages do his boss in. You're eighty bussing. Any like a good, dude? The wolf is as you know, what I mean, this is what we've been saying like sil- Williams got no no-fly. He's got a great smiley probably like saves children from Ernie buildings. Well, there's nothing to hate about this other than he goes to Duke. That's fine. The only thing wrong with them. Did he go to? So even he just said, you're nice on the court. So how was it difficult? Obviously you would play a little overseas. You got G league try to ram the I play I play with Reno for about a month. Okay. It was a sure thing. Yeah. So EV but then you blew up through doing the impressions was it hard to get people to be like, no, I can actually hope or to take you seriously. I it kinda still is now I just got back from Australia I play professionally there. So that was social media for three years started to hold sports comedy jar via social media. And I felt like okay, I did this. Now, let me let me go back to what I love, and I was able to construct that contract and deal in Australia and I play to win the third third league complained at their league. But as my first time playing professional in three years, so you gotta start from somewhere. And I did my thing and even still then right people are like smell whatever and playing the third league over the air executives said they act. So instead of point I I stopped feeding in that I used to early in my social media career like, oh, I don't mean. Like, yeah. Like comment. Yeah. Davis hoop like how obviously. To the seining who right? Yeah. Like, it's it's it's dope. I'm able to gain people's respect from like, especially the NBA players. They're like, okay. Yeah. This guy can go. If you call, you know, if you're gonna Johnny show up you play, and you, you know, you play the right way, you're gonna gain respect for you know, what I mean. Because that's just the game the game speak for itself. The game breeds respect, you know, unless you like an asshole or somebody like, you know, I'll telling somebody the other day basketball is a gentleman's guy. Right. So, you know, at ain't really like you don't be fighting. You know what I mean? It's like a lot of things that that know like even somebody who tries talks that person ultimately like steps out of that gentleman ship and disrupts the whole thing. So it's usually only one day, right or. Yeah. Everybody else's kind of like, you know, kinda gentlemen manner. You know, shaking hand after the game. You know, you know, a really throwing like, no elbow. You know, it's like it's not like a violent thing. And you learn just certain type of etiquette and things like that just from being a part of the team the gun is that because you grew up in the air you era and not the tough eighties. Yeah. I mean, you know, in bef-, I would say we were we were the beginning of like, the real Ayu when a union have, you know, two hundred teams per city on. I mean, it was like the top ten teams. And that's how you pretty much rocked it out from each city went to. So, you know, for for me, it was just looking at this. You know, coming up through a few and learning that you know, it will get better, right, which you know, you have to fight for shit. You don't have to really fight for shit. But at the same time, we still were on the back heels of like fighting to survive in like take a stake in you know, like in the in the eighties nineties to early two thousands like you had to fight for your name. Right. You have to fight to make a name for yourself. Where nowadays like if you smarter. You just got to be smart, right? And you're smart about your Brandon. You know, your game does not necessarily need to afflict your popularity. Exactly. I know from just personal experience via Instagram. It's a lot of guys that I haven't really seen personally hope, but they're known just from viral dunk. You know, and I mean is is good and bad because I've seen it, you know, create opportunities scholarships for some kids, but then others like bro, you watering down like the game like its people has really really really hoop that's working hard. But like you said like bands is really is. How you how you how you portray your business marks yourself? So. So while we talk about this fucking TV. Got a TV show. Don't want as Sunday on TV. Yeah. What the fuck with what? The fuck baron. Dave here. W T F excuse me on Stevie. Yeah. No stuff. Few Stephen January twentieth. Eleven PM eight episodes coming for the first season. Why why is this happening? What made you wanna do this? What made you want to link with him vice versus well what what was the inspiration for this? Why is the preview just everyone saying fuck you? Because basically, I'm s. Oh, I know, you know, speak my mind, and I'm always talking shit or bagging joking on people. And I think the concept of this show was you know, Beatty is is an ASO. But he's a good, dude. You know, and I took a liking I take my character. Takes a liking the beat up one help mentor him, you know, and his idea for a startup brand. So I think for me it was just seeing his salad Sam where he was going. How us blowing up and how other social media stars was blowing up and sound? Like, nah, do you need to start to make your way you need to start to make your latest way on this side, and not, you know, like stick with the social media shit because that's your marketing, but you actually got talent to kinda cross the line and be a, you know, a real active. Basically. I mean, I appreciate it like because now I'm showing where he's give me the opportunity to show the world that I'm just more than impersonator FM. Yeah. Like in the show on myself. You know, just looks essential version of myself. But I'm still I'm not James harden. I'm not ready Bryant. Yes. So is it like heavily scripted because it comes off like pretty natural almost like a like a fake reality type show say is scripted as good. It's a good Glenn. Like, I is good scripted. Right. So it's a good blend of scripted in. You know, kinda like light improv right in a like a small percentage of like how his shot fills reality watching it. You actually become a little closer to us. Right. Because we're not like this big TV show where we look like, we're, you know, like, it's not real there. But yeah. And then we're upgrade from what you would see from social, right? And even when you think about the format show they like thirteen minutes. Episodes. So it's enough for you to like one one to watch the next one. Right. Yeah. Then today, we our selves. So good. Yeah. It feels like a lane for both Yaw 'cause a lot of like actors that they get in the basketball, movies and shows can't play basketball. Right. They show them. Like, you get like one left handed dribble in like a layup. Real believe his hand. So. Yeah. Mobile in this y'all we don't play no basketball, they won't play. No bass, and that's the good thing general here. And that's a good thing. You know? And I think for our chemistry's like as we keep growing forward like we can go now make a basketball movie with the homeys social influences retired guys. You know, we got our we we work on a project. Now, this kind of like our own version of not uncle drew. But like kinda like a street ball comedy. Okay. And you know, it's just like having, you know, watching this to take the steps of preparation to be an actor. You know, now, I know, you know, you can you can count on you could trust him in people when they see this show. They will they will like his character. And you know, you'll see him getting more and more opportunities. That's dope.

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