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Fresh "Wagner" from Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Wagner" from Rush Limbaugh

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MLB Spring training: Which Players Have A Shot At Making the Giants' Team?

CBS Sports Radio

03:41 min | 2 d ago

MLB Spring training: Which Players Have A Shot At Making the Giants' Team?

"One guy that stands out to me and we'll get to Luciano. We've talked so much about him and how exciting and tantalizing he is. But we're talking bullpen, arms and guys who have a legitimate shot to make this team and one of the parting gifts from Bobby Evans. It seems like one of these guys. Camilo dove all he's been in the system time now did we saw him against the Dodgers the other night? He is exciting, and I think is you put out carry the best hair in the Giants bullpen right now. Oh, yeah, he he does have the best care because last year they had a guy Rodolfo Martinez, who was a Johnny Cueto look like just with better dreadlocks than Johnny Cueto. If you can imagine that this year, they've got Camilo Jovel who does not have better dreadlocks. But he has died his dreadlocks, so they're like orangish Red, And I'm hoping that by the regular season he'll have in his Giants Orange, because could you imagine that coming out of the bullpen? Got weapon 97 98 with a cutter and the breaking off a nasty slider. And then all of a sudden he's got the closer like hair, Camilo Devil and you make a great point. He is a parting gift from Bobby Evans. And this is something that we should talk about. I should write about eventually is all the parting gifts from Bobby Evans because you're starting to see the fruit of the Giants International. Sign me focus coming through the system. Marco Luciano, a Bobby Evans guy, Alexander Canario, Bobby Evans Guy. Curving Castro, a Bobby Evans guy. And so the Giants are starting to see this focus that we saw in the like post 2014 2015 World Series era where they went down to the Dominican Republic, Venezuela and other Latin American countries and sign some dudes and you're seeing that those dudes who they got when they were 16 17 years old are coming through this farm system and are going to be ready to contribute and so The village of all immediately popped out the other night against the Dodgers Cubs, But there's several other players, several other young players. Several other young pitchers who have really stood out so far. Well in another one is from the left side. Jake long this kid is from Sacramento. I think you would the Sac state or he's like up from the Northern California area. So he said. It was so funny. The quote I saw from him the other day was Buster Posey called him over to throw a bullpen and he called him by his name, and he was all stoked that Buster newest name because he's of that age group beauties like you and I. If Buster called us over, he'd be like, dude, that's Buster Posey calling my name so Him from the left side. You know, I hate to do the com thing, but I'm getting I'm getting Billy Wagner Vibes. Dude, What do you think? Billy Wagner vibes? That's that's fascinating. And so the reason I say that is because the jobs are actually building this guy up is a starter there. They're thinking of him a 97 from the left side, a guy with a hammer curveball and a good change up there looking at him as someone who could actually be in the rotation. And so when can't first started? Gabe Kapler traffic trump Buster Posey. They all said. Hey, pay some attention to this Sam Long guy. He's got something to him. And we're thinking, okay, This is just, you know, a guy who threw two good bullpens. You never know that happens every spring. He's probably a double A or maybe a triple a arm who could help them out of the bullpen Eventually. Then all of a sudden, he appears in the Cactus League opener against the Angels, and he has got major league stuff. No question in my mind after seeing him. Three pitches in I turn to Mark Sanchez in the press box. I go. I have seen enough. This guy can help the Giants right now, and I think that in keeping him as a starter and sending him down to triple A or double a to open up the season, you're potentially talking about someone copes who could somehow morphed his way into the Giants top pitching prospect and maybe beat Sean Jelly or Tristen back or some things other guys. The chance to excited about to the major league level. And so it's really fasting to see Sam Long come out of the bullpen because you're juxtaposing that with guys like Camilo, Javelin Caribbean Castro, who is another guy, Bobby Evan, signed who just has that hammer curve coming out of the bullpen 97. Very little mite early experience. But there are the pieces in place and you can correct me if I'm wrong. If you've seen anything differently, the first three or four days of spring training their pieces in place for the Giants to have one of the most exciting bullpens and Major league baseball and potentially one of the best is far as electricity goes like with stuff

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Fresh update on "wagner" discussed on Jeff Wagner

Jeff Wagner

00:52 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wagner" discussed on Jeff Wagner

"For the payback. Brave Americans who served shouldn't be denied benefits or have a disability claim incorrectly evaluated by the Via if you're one of those vets called Tayback for the payback Tayback attorneys dot com WTMJ five day forecast Partly cloudy skies The remainder of this afternoon. Were it for 63 degrees right now. Tonight partly cloudy skies patchy fog below. Of 37 tomorrow. Mostly sunny, breezy, mild high 61 lakeside 65 degrees inland Wednesday cloudy and mild rain likely a high of 58 Thursday. Mostly cloudy, rain likely again a high 52 Friday Partly cloudy and cooler Ohio 46 Man. It's walked 56 Franklin It's 56 Year Milwaukee. It's 63 degrees Mike Spaulding setting unlimited wtmj news time. 12 34. I'm Jeff Wagner coming up Next. Is it anti mask overkill? I will.

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No. 2 Michigan wraps up Big Ten, beats Michigan State 69-50

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

No. 2 Michigan wraps up Big Ten, beats Michigan State 69-50

"Franz Wagner scored nineteen points and second ranked Michigan bounced back from Tuesday's blowout loss to Illinois by routing Michigan state sixty nine fifty hunter Dickinson finished with fourteen points and helping the Wolverines wrap up the big ten regular season title the championship is a great moment for Isaiah livers yes ma'am my checklist of returning back to Ann Arbor was to get out get out right we work very hard we talked about it but it through action I'm just proud of our guys and like you said we got stuck on a journey ahead of us we're gonna stay focused Erin Henry scored fourteen points for Michigan state which will finish with a losing conference record for the first time since nineteen ninety three I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 3 Michigan continues to roll with 73-57 win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

No. 3 Michigan continues to roll with 73-57 win at Indiana

"Fronts Wagner matched his season high for the second straight game as he delivered twenty one points and third ranked Michigan's win at Indiana seventy three fifty seven I'm very confident thank god that's awesome is worse that everybody has become an issue and I correctly and yes that's how we play I see a liver's furnished sixteen points and ten rebounds for the Wolverines who went in first half runs of ten nothing at ten three to take a forty two twenty nine lead livers open the second half with three straight threes and the Wolverines sealed the victory with the aid of spurt that made it fifty nine forty two with eleven twenty three left Michigan is thirteen and one in the big ten and has won seven straight five comics it's a covert nineteen pause I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dickinson impresses as No. 3 Michigan routs No. 9 Iowa 79-57

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Dickinson impresses as No. 3 Michigan routs No. 9 Iowa 79-57

"Franz Wagner scored twenty one points and freshman hunter Dickinson shut down Luka Garza as third ranked Michigan blew out numbered on Iowa seventy nine fifty seven earlier in the big ten and probably in the country so you know obviously he's got great skill and I just try to do my best to you know hold my own against Garcia led the Hawkeyes with sixteen points but he shot just six of nineteen from the field is Michigan became the first team to hold the Hawkeyes under sixty five points this season Iowa went ahead thirty seven thirty six on Garces three point play early in the second half but the Wolverines immediately reeled off a fourteen to run to regain control I deliver scored sixteen for the Wolverines who were coming off a ninety two eighty seven win over then number four Ohio state I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ex-U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault

Jeff Wagner

00:22 sec | Last week

Ex-U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault

"A former U. S. Olympic gymnastics coach with ties to disgrace sport soccer. Later, Nassar's being charged in Michigan with two dozen crimes John get it was head coach of the 2012 gold medal winning women's gymnastic team. The charges Issued today include sexual assault, human trafficking and running a criminal enterprise. He has not addressed Those accusations publicly.

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At Apple meeting, CEO Cook dismisses monopoly allegations, shareholders support executive pay

Mac OS Ken

01:04 min | Last week

At Apple meeting, CEO Cook dismisses monopoly allegations, shareholders support executive pay

"Apple held its annual shareholders meeting on tuesday virtual of course hashtag these times in which we live apple insider had the company. Ceo saying he is greatly optimistic. About apple's future. I know it was quite a surprise business. Done during the meeting including approving apple's board of directors. Please welcome back to the table. James bell tim cook al gore andrea. Young art levinson. Ron sugar and sue wagner. There were also four proposals to be decided to supported by apple and to opposed not surprisingly. They went away. The company wanted according to the report. The passing proposals were the reappointment of apple's public accounting firm for auditing purposes and the approval of apple's executive compensation the two failed proposals both submitted by shareholders focused on amending proxy access for director nominations and improvements to apple's executive compensation program

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Wagner scores 20, No. 3 Michigan handles Rutgers 71-64

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wagner scores 20, No. 3 Michigan handles Rutgers 71-64

"Third ranked Michigan passes big ten lead with a seventy one sixty four win over Rutgers the Wolverines took a nine point lead into the half and pushed it up to seventeen before going on a scoring drought of over five and a half minutes the scarlet knights would be unable to take advantage never getting any closer than the final seven point margin front Wagner led all scorers with twenty to help Michigan improved to fifteen and one overall and ten and one in conference play ahead of Sunday's tilt with fourth ranked Ohio state think about a lot more work to do that and she will goals that we that we shot before this season the next another our stuff for us so we gotta be ready on Sunday Jacob young had sixteen to pace rockers which fell to twelve and eight eight may the big ten I'm Danny cap

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Spurs have 4 players test positive; 3 games PPD

Jeff Wagner

00:11 sec | 2 weeks ago

Spurs have 4 players test positive; 3 games PPD

"Spurs next three games after four players on the team test positive for covert 19. The Charlotte Hornets, who played the Spurs on Sunday, will have their next two games. Postpone And the Milwaukee Brewers acquired

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Does CBS have a responsibility to set a progressive tone with Super Bowl 55 coverage?

Jeff Wagner

01:56 min | Last month

Does CBS have a responsibility to set a progressive tone with Super Bowl 55 coverage?

"So the game is going to be on CBS and, of course, will be the coverage of the game. They'll be all the pre games, etcetera, right? There's a piece in an opinion piece in USA Today that caught my attention. It's by Jared Bell is one of the columnist headline says CBS has a responsibility. Who set a progressive tone with its Super Bowl 55 coverage, and it goes on to first of all Rip Fox last year for They're Super Bowl coverage. Where apparently they Colin capper, he says, Well, Colin Kaepernick's name was never even mentioned. You know, even though it was his former team that played so the columnist is saying it was just terrible. They didn't even mention Colin Kaepernick, and they didn't talk about the various social justice movements that had had Royal The NFL last year. And so the columnist goes on to say, Look, this is this year, you need to have a more progressive tone. Um, the game's context includes the presence of four black coordinators. That would be offensive or defensive more than ever in a Super Bowl against the backdrop of the NFL, Sorry track record for heart hiring minorities, his head coaches and it says, Okay, what we should do is we should emphasize this. You know what we should be doing is we should be talking about again. The Colin Kaepernick issue we should be talking about how this Super Bowl is being conducted. Against the backdrop of the pandemic. And of course, she had all the social justice issues and things like this. This is CBS his opportunity to strike a progressive Tone and to use the Super Bowl and all the people that are going to be watching this, maybe people that otherwise wouldn't watch a football game. This is our chance for CBS is chance to again use this progressive tone to talk about it, perhaps influence issues of the day.

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Rivals.com Moe Wagner Emerging For The Wizards

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | Last month

Rivals.com Moe Wagner Emerging For The Wizards

"And here's Dave Preston. The Wizard's maybe in the Atlantic Division cellar. And while no one is saying the team isn't playing hard, Mo Wagner knows they can definitely play a little smarter. That's for me to find the right balance because playing hardest good, but you also same time Gotta play smart. That's something I've been trying to monitor monitor my entire career. So that still work in progress and, yeah, it's a learning experience. Every game was ranked 25th in the league and turnover margin. They host Portland this evening at

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Bergeron (2 goals) leads Bruins to 4-1 win over Penguins

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Bergeron (2 goals) leads Bruins to 4-1 win over Penguins

"But she's Bergeron and the Bruins completed their four game Pennsylvania sweep after besting the penguins four to one Bergeron led the charge with a pair of goals and totaled six points during the Bruins four game winning streak after taking back to back to game six against the flyers and penguins Chris Wagner scored six minutes in and Sean Kuraly put the Bruins up for good late in the first we've been playing well and we just want to stick with that and we know we've got good players and a bunch of talent goals will come sometimes you know you just got herself stuck with and I think that's as a team what we've been doing just sticking with it Boston's Yaroslava lock in Pittsburgh's Tristen jar each had sixteen saves Pittsburgh had won four straight before back to back losses in Boston I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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Indiana man turns himself in for Capitol riot participation in Washington, DC

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:26 sec | Last month

Indiana man turns himself in for Capitol riot participation in Washington, DC

"To the Marion County Jail yesterday as we reported touch row and Josh Wagner drove to Washington, D. C for the rally on January. 6th. Both men are now facing federal charges for entering a restricted building. The FBI Indianapolis office told our I T made in a statement that there are more rested come, and it's in the best interest of those involved to turn themselves in happening today. President Biden turns attention to abortion restrictions, he said to rescind the Mexico City policy. It

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Apple urges security upgrade to iPhones, iPads

Jeff Wagner

00:16 sec | Last month

Apple urges security upgrade to iPhones, iPads

"At WTMJ calm and Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update their devices to fix security flaws that might have been actively exploited by hackers. Apple, making the software upgrades available starting Tuesday, adding a rare note suggesting that it

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Is it too late to get in to Bitcoin?

Baselayer

08:51 min | Last month

Is it too late to get in to Bitcoin?

"Back in the day when amazon i one public it shot up roughly after some fits and spurts. It went up to about ninety dollars. You it was like i'm too late. Missed it gone. And then it capitulated down at shot all the way down to two and i was like it's gone amazon's finished not even gonna look at it and then it went back up to ninety. I missed it. I missed it again then. Went up to three hundred to four hundred. It's this constant m. I too late emmett too. Early internal struggle that we have in our brain. What do you think about that. Yeah i think this is exactly so what you're really describing is Things being relative and this is actually think the fundamentally challenging concept with something like bitcoin which is a paradigm shift so people think about bitcoin relative to other assets. If you call a lot of conversations i had in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty where around bitcoins volatility right but bitcoins volatility relative to what because volatility is a relative measure price when we talk about price it's a relative measure because what am i Pricing bitcoin and typically people are pricing in dollars so relatively speaking yes. Bitcoin is volatile compared to holding dollars. But if we compare bitcoin to say equities if you quainton bonds if we compare bitcoin to precious metals the volatility doesn't look so extreme. What really happened at the start of this year. In march of twenty twenty the world shifted the world changed completely and forty years of capital markets. Beliefs were shattered like smashed with a hammer completely shattered. Now changes really hard for people and one of the things. That's really interesting For me personally. I want things to go fast right. Because i've in crypto and things fast and like wait why has it taken a six years to get to this point but in reality as you know the arc of time is very long and it takes a lot of time for the world to change for people to internalize that change and adjust their mental models right and a big part of this in a big part of ice than so much time talking and writing and trying to teach and communicate is. It's really about giving people new frameworks mental models to help them. Integrate this new way of thinking these mental models into how they view the world trade. That's really important. I think there's so many. Brilliant people in crypto. Who do this in different ways. So we have this really broad cross section of people communicating a lot of ways talking to a lot of different audiences which is amazing. The we had this fundamental shift happened. Everything got everything else got crazy. It's not that bitcoin got crazy. That everything else got way freaking crazier and what i love is when i talk to people about. Bitcoin bitcoin to extensive. I'm like let me ask you a question. Did you did you. By tesla five hundred and yeah. Of course i did. Like tesla's going to and i'm like okay. So tesla has appreciated more this year than bill. Clinton has tesla appreciated close to seven hundred percent in two thousand twenty yet you bought at the high and they clean appreciated two hundred and fifty percent and twenty twenty yet. You refuse to buy so help me understand right even if we're using the same of dollars even if we're looking at the same volatility measure somehow bitcoin Why and then he will start thinking. They're like wait a minute because math is hard this we know the people just. They're not thinking logically for some reasons for some people when they think about bitcoin their brain goes into like a tailspin and logic goes out the window. But this is again why i think the collectibles narrative is in so interesting to me because when i say to people like do you know what a honus wagner card is. They're like yeah. Of course. I know i'm like i don't know like okay. One honus wagner card is two point five million dollars. Do you think bitcoin at twenty five thousand thirty five thousand forty thousand is expensive in there. Like probably not right. So let's dig into that tesla coin thing. What part of the fact that. Bitcoin is effectively. Founded by an an-and sushi. Who we do not know if it's a he she it what vs on. Musk pop very public. Are we in agreement. That's the toshi was the aliens. Are we doing alias. I'm kidding shocking. Oh every time. I hear that especially in clubhouse. Everyone's like oh yeah. It was created by the alien somebody yeah. Let's not do that you know. I'm already speculating. That twenty two thousand one. The aliens are finally come here and just completely take over. But i don't want to hear that. The ashley also created the nsa taverners been around for a while and then there's a holiday larue like there. What what part in in psychology because you talked to a lot of institutional investors to you talked to a lot of big money. What part of that psychology. That one you have a very public figure with ilan and then too you have associate whom no one really knows who it is what it is. What part of that you place until list. Yeah so i actually think. Bitcoin and tesla are very similar in one regard both are aspirational and let me explain what i mean by that. Bitcoin invites you to conceptualize the world in a different way. Tesla what eon has done with business. Ilan has memed a new reality into existence. The way he talks about tesla right is completely detached from the economic realities of that business. Completely detached from the economic realities of that business but it doesn't matter because the vision that ilan describes the persona that he has the cult of personality he's created around himself is aspirational grit song by the way cult of personality. That's a great song. it's also great like psychological phenomenon. And what. I think eli done so effectively is. He's the zeitgeist okay. Markets are just sentiment machines. And it's it's been really interesting. Because every value investor. I talked to like twenty twenty. Made their brains explode. It literally made their slowed. They're looking at these stocks trading at fourteen hundred two thousand three thousand acts he for pe ratio rate and their brains are exploiting. That's our valued. And i'm like you forgot that nothing acid matters anymore. We don't live in the world that you lived in two years ago. this is not about value. We live in a world where there is a lot of uncertainty uncertainty about the future uncertainty about the stability institutions uncertainty about our role in this world. That's unfolding and in times of uncertainty. What people look for is vision. Right and what elon. Musk articulates when you talks about going to mars when you talks about. Putting for tesla on mars. That's vision right. I think satory she in so many ways and what we're doing with. Bitcoin is very similar. And i caught this. I've been really obsessed with the idea of building cathedrals lately. It's like five hundred years ago. Right if i was a visionary and had suggested for the future and i wanted to express that the only way for me to create something that withstood the test of time right to create quote unquote immutable. Truth was to build a cathedral and cathedrals took hundreds of years to build and people who built them dedicated tremendous amounts of resources to building these amazing like technology a technologically very advanced like gravity defying beautiful structures and. Whenever people saw them they would feel inspired. Right like cathedrals were how we painted a vision for the reality we wanted to live in. Okay tesla is a cathedral. Bitcoin is a cathedral. The stocks that are soaring the assets that are doing well their assets that are aspirational right and their people. Whether it's a non community of people an individual it's groups of people who believe in a vision for the future that is radically different from the future. We live today but it creates a motion. Right people look at it and they're like that is beautiful. And i wanna live in not future

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"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:23 min | Last month

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wagner on WTMJ. It's kind of already starting the Bernie said. Did you see Bernie Sanders has already becoming a new Internet sensation? They're calling it grumpy old guy chic. He shows up at the inauguration, and he's He's wearing a parka with these giants mittens apparently made in Vermont, and he's got a Manila envelope. It looks like he's on his way to the post office end. He's sitting in this folding chair kind of socially distance and things like that. And so they're calling it grumpy old guy chic. I say it's cold, and he's just resting for comfort. But if you want if you want to see the Bernie Sanders I just sent out a tweet. If you follow me on Twitter, it's that Jeff Factor. 6 20. It's just like he's just He's you know, I get it. I mean, he's just cold. There is a point where you know you just my wife is very stylish, and she tries to dress me and sometimes it's kind of like, Well, honey, there's only so much you could do in the bottom line is it's cold outside. And yes, I understand this might not be the best look, but I'm sitting outside it's cold War. It's hot outside or whatever. So you want to see the Bernie Sanders has become like an Internet sensation. All of a sudden. Okay. I have been waiting for this day. For a long time. Let me let me explain. One of the things I've always prided myself alone and doing a radio talk show of the last 12 hours for years I've done it is I'd like to discuss policy things I like to talk about issues with, you know, maybe you disagree with me on things, but that's that's OK. I'd like to discuss Issues and agree or disagree. I like people. If you listen to the show for a couple segments, I like people going on, say, I don't think he's right. But but I know more about this issue than I did before. Maybe if you leave just a little bit smart. That's always been sort of the goal. And I'm not saying we don't talk about personalities and things like that. But I like to talk about issues. One of the things that I was really I've always wore. This is a branch of honor. Back in 2013. And there's his publication called Talkers Magazine, which is kind of like variety for our industry. And 2013 was the first year that I made their list of 100 most influential talk show host in the country, and the response to that was the resist liberal publication that came out And they described me as the evil Mr Rogers. And the way they explained, it is most conservatives on the radio. They're ranchers. They're screamers. They're trying to get people angry. Wagner's not like that, and that makes him more dangerous because when actor talks about these issues in the explains the principles and you listen to him, and you find yourself My God. You find yourself agreed on all of a sudden he sucked you in and you find yourself a girl. It's like Mr Rogers. He draws you in and all of a sudden you're thinking conservative thoughts. How could that possibly be in your thinking all this might be a decent idea. That's why he's the evil Mr Rogers, and I've always warned that it's a badge of honor. It's just I have this idea that. Okay, Well, maybe if people just kind of, you know if you can get past the screaming the name calling stuff like that, if you could just like, listen to the policy things. Maybe you can bring people around. There has been a problem doing that for the last four years because off President Trump and here's the bottom line. I know there are some people on the left who view Trump supporters is being part of a cult. And maybe there's an element of that. But the same is true. A swell There is a cult of trump haters, just like there is a cult of trump lovers. And one of the things that I found frustrating over the last couple years. It's been almost impossible to have a discussion of policy issues. You know, talk about issues because so many people view them through the prism of Donald Trump. I hate Donald Trump. So it doesn't matter what he does. I hate it. I'm just I hated I hated. I hated because I hate Donald Trump. It could have been a policy that Barack Obama or Bill Clinton would have done And yet they hate it because it's Donald Trump. It's the cult of the Trump haters. Donald Trump could reach into his pocket. Give everybody $100 Bill and the Trump haters would still hate it because he gave me $100. Bill, I've got to go and cash this. Do you know how hard it is to cash $100 Bill? He should've given me five twenties. So you had the cult of Trump haters who couldn't listen and think about policies because they viewed it through the prism of If it's something that Trump wanted to do, we hate it. On the flip side of this was the hard core Trump loyalists who didn't want to talk about policy. There were a lot of things that Donald Trump did over the last four years, which If if if Barack Obama had done them or Bill Clinton had done them people, people on the right would have been absolutely outraged by this. I can't believe he's doing this. I can't believe he's doing that. But because just like you had the cult of Trump haters, yet the co the cult of Trump lovers as well, who would say Okay, well, I don't care that this isn't a conservative principle. I don't care that this is something that you know, Ronald Reagan would have never done or George Bush would have never done. I don't care if this is something that is completely different than the conservative values that people have argued about an exposed for, you know the last 40 years. It's Donald Trump. He's doing it. It must be wonderful. And I admit it was an ongoing frustration I would have because we want to talk about issues. And and maybe it was my failure. But I couldn't get at least some of you to get away from the personality. Oh, I hate Donald Trump. So I guy anything he says. I've got to oppose or I love Donald Trump. So anything he does, it has to be good. One of the things that I am hoping is that now that that personality is out of there now, maybe we can get back to the discussion of issues And does does this proposal makes sense? Is it good for the country? Is it going to be good, long term for the country is a good short term for the country. I'm hoping that we could get away from a little bit of the personality. I understand we're still a divided country. But you know, right or wrong, that the way people view this. It was spent for frustrating to me for four or five years because all the issues were viewed through the prism of personality on the left and the right and understand the left likes the old Is there just the trump followers or occult? Well, trump haters or occult too? And you know, back and I have lots of people on both sides and both those cults that listen, so now maybe we can talk about policy, which so I want to start off today with a policy conversation and it's a follow up to something I started doing this at the end of the week last week, just kind of talking about issues and, Yeah, we're going to talk about Trump's departure and all that, but I want to start by one of the proposals. With one of the proposals that Joe Biden is coming out with, And at the end of last week we discussed it. One of the things that he wants to do is he wants to take the minimum wage federal minimum. He wants to raise the federal minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. We have discussed this, you know we discussed at the end of last week, but an interesting sidelight toe what he wants to do. In addition to raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour He wants to do away with the tipped minimum wage. Now, the way it works right now, in restaurants right? The minimum wage is $2.13 for tipped workers. Now, you might say $2.13. People can't make a living on that will know that they can't. But that's because Waitresses, waiters servers. Don't depend on minimum wage. What they do is they make their money on the tips. And if you're and if you're working, you know what a decent restaurant on dure a good server. Almost everybody will tell you that you can make a lot more than $15 an hour at that $2 minimum wage. Almost almost never comes into play..

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No. 7 Michigan routs No. 9 Wisconsin 77-54

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

No. 7 Michigan routs No. 9 Wisconsin 77-54

"Seventh ranked Michigan is eleven or no following a seventy seven fifty four drubbing of number nine Wisconsin the Wolverines turned into a blowout by reeling off a forty three six run bridging the two halfs Michigan led just twenty six twenty three before scoring the last fourteen points in the first half Mike Smith at sixteen points and six assists while Franz Wagner added fifteen points and ten boards Michigan became the first team in college basketball history to beat three ranked teams in a row by at least nineteen points Dimitra tries had a game high twenty points for Wisconsin which fell to ten and three I'm Dave Ferrie

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Michigan is as top team in their league

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Michigan is as top team in their league

"Michigan looks tremendous hunter dickinson is. This is one pat myself on the back here. Real quick this is when i had nailed before before the season started i thought hunker hundred dickinson was going to wind up as top ten freshmen. In america. this season informed by a couple of things one. He was awesome as a recruit and he was. He was highly lauded like blue chip of recruit. But he wasn't by the time he finished his high school career. He wasn't in that top. Ten range But i pre- pretty sure you saw him right alongside me In some of the games that he played on the summer circuit and he was great and knowing what michigan loss from a season ago and how. I expected him to be used. You know. I didn't think he'd be the team's best player. He's been the teams best player. I thought it would be isaiah. Livers in franz wagner and then dickinson three dickinson's awesome so Certainly a shout to him and he has been able to step in. You know as seven foot seven one kind of guy and just be a problem for opposing teams If you listen to the podcast now you're in on him early. He could be one of those players that once college basketball is more you know generally talked about the games are more prominent. The nfl season's over college football season's over you might start to hear a little bit more. See a little bit. More buzz about hunter dickinson but yes michigan is right there at the top of the league right now whether you want to argue is in michigan wisconsin illinois obviously rutgers and northwestern iowa who's the best of the big ten. Nobody knows but right now. Michigan is the only one in the entire league that can say it's played and not taking a loss and it's done that With eight games under its belt so very impressive right now and sitting at the top of the week.

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A Look at What’s in the Stimulus Package Trump Signed

Jeff Wagner

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

A Look at What’s in the Stimulus Package Trump Signed

"In Congress, the debate over how much and win a new covert 19 stimulus package could come too. Fruition is happening on the floor of the Senate. Everybody's in a bad position, and we're also in a moment we're about to overcome this virus vaccine out there, so this is the time we have to do this. No President Trump repeatedly asked for $2000 direct payment checks. So how much would that end up? Costing this number will be very hard for fiscal conservatives in the Senate to swallow if Congress is to swap out the $600 stimulus checks for $2000. It would cost roughly 464 billion, which is nearly half of the entire cove in 19 relief bill this, according to an estimate by the Joint Committee on Taxation Currently, the $600 checks cost about 160 billion in the cove in 19 Relief bill. Senate Republicans have for months stressed over increased government spending and are likely to oppose adding more to the national debt. Catherine Folders, ABC NEWS, Washington

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How Sports Trading Cards Went from Hobby to Asset Class

ESPN Daily

04:21 min | 2 months ago

How Sports Trading Cards Went from Hobby to Asset Class

"So dan. i want you to help. Explain exactly how wild this year has been for sports cards with an example and that example that sticks out to me and shocks me every time i consider it. Is this record setting. Mike trout card. Can you tell me a little bit about the card itself. So it's a it's a two thousand nine bowman chrome super factor dan. Hey ducky is a writer and researcher for espn and a card collector. Himself it's got autograph on a autograph on grated. Basically there are three companies professionals Authenticator beckett s g c they grade. How perfect on a scale of one to ten a. Carter's so this might trump card is a nine so it's pretty. It's pretty close to perfect but the autograph is greeted at ten. So it's really close to perfect card can awesome. It's a trap route card also on top of that. It's a one of one so there is only one of these in existence yet. It's so interesting because mike trout in public is like a semi anonymous celebrity like a lot of fans casual fans and sports. Even don't really know him. But this card this one of one card with the perfect autograph. What did actually go for went for nine. hundred million. A new record has been set for the most valuable baseball card in history. Somebody paid three point. Nine million dollars for this mike trout rookie card. I know that when joe maddon was confronted with the information that he had a player who's card solta that much giving like. How much does the mona lisa goes for. Wow i'm into art. That puts him right up there with the mona. lisa's self. For what what is anything by a davinci or wow that is. That's that's pretty. That's pretty phenomenal. And it's actually. It's like yeah. I mean that's disappear question. And what was the previous record holder in terms of the most valuable card that had ever been sold at auction. The previous holy grail. Was you know the the honus wagner keys who six said turn of the century the twentieth century like early nineteen hundreds heart on. It's such a lower behind it. That's not happening with mike trump there. There's no incredible backstory to have his card exists. It's it's modern. It's not easy to obtain but it's not it's not like tobacco card that was pulled from from production really what happened to wagner was once thought is that wagner didn't like that he was being used his likeness is being used to sell tobacco the kids so he objected a pulled the card from production and that was that the other less known school of thought is that wagner he wouldn't be compensated for his likeness so he objected because he wouldn't be paid and the facts the truth which is a i like this story better it would be the like the earliest flexing of brand autonomy. It is remarkable what you say though the difference between his honus wagner card which does like looking at it. I'm looking at it right now on my screen. It's like this historical american artifacts that reminds me of like a daguerreotype from like the civil war or something it looks important and ancient and the trout card. The fact that this object can be worth more than any other thing that came before in modern times and the guy who sold this. Mike trout card dan for this terrifyingly large amount is a man named ken golden. So tell me a little bit more about him. What's the business that guy runs. Golden is ken. Golden golden auctions diammonium. Sins loan out nike sneaker. How much does that they work can in your eyes to me. It's definitely a six-figure iconic piece it is the most famous pair of sneakers in the world. Then he remains arguably the most renowned auction house for remember billion sports

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"wagner" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Hi and welcome back to the miami business show. My name's rookie. i'm the host. I'm also the luckiest man in the world on the line today with dr martino wagner to the show dr wagner. Thank you so much for having me. It's pleasure to be here now. I've looked at your boy. And if i can i call you montana. Would that be okay. Absolutely against scientific. Thank you very much now. Roots at your bio and there's a lot here and on today's call for everybody who's on on the show of this we're going to be taking a deep dive into Dr wagner's new book physical intelligence. Now there's a there's a few components to this and we need to understand each and every one of them and certainly. I'm not the expert in this field but What we ought to do dr wagner's to really step back a little bit about you your personal life first before we go into the nuts and bolts of today's call. I'm wondering do you have much of a. I guess a recreational site to you. Do you like doing sports. What what your thing is out of the workplace actually and look to try everything. There is possibly. I'm all into new experiences. But i do have a a number of hobbies that cover a lot of different sports. I love to ski Loves to swim hike exploring different types of landscapes around the world as well as well as the cultures. Obviously the people and then i write more. Recycle also have part in inside of me. I'm dancer i do. Barham south south west coast all of these things so love cultural events theater everything pretty much lots of different inspiration sell. I never spent any time in front of the tv watcher movie here and there but other than that always busy exploring thank you for sharing a couple of important things here motorbikes. What type of murder bar to you. I actually have two one is Very fast one. A yamaha folks that i used to mostly right around the twisties here in the bay area also wine country and i have a whole list which is more for the the longer holds to be able to look at a fantastic scenery and be able to joy this this country and the the wonderful things that it offers that is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing your love to learn a bit more about the pro saw people because there are two saw to this and this is very much going to dovetail into this conversation quite nicely i think but first of all i just like to touch on your experience as a martial artist little bit about your experience with this well i actually was never really interested in martial arts per se in terms of like the sparring or fighting with. People never had urged very pessimistic type of personality. And but i had this at at some point in time in my life I had this urge to explore that whole area specifically for the area for Looking at how..

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"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wagner on W. T. M. J. You do seriously wonder whether at least certain aspects of this so called protest movement had jumped the shark and whether people who have legitimate sympathies for some of the issues being raised by the various social justice protests are just now turned off by the direction that things have taken. Whether it's people who feel entitled to, I don't know. Block heavy, like black lanes blocked lanes of traffic. You know, in a 60 mile an hour speed limit zone and drive five miles an hour and then say, Oh, this is terrible. We were arrested whether it's like a couple days ago where you had leaders of the black lives matter, Chicago Area who came out and defended the looting that went on over the weekend, saying We're not going to criticize people for doing this. This is this is just a form of reparations and all the stores that got vandalized in all these stores that were ripped off for the second time, 1/3 time and in about two months. Don't that's their insured. It's no big deal. You know that That's That's now worth this has come. They come, too. And again. I think there's a lot of people who might be sympathetic to some of the things that this movement is trying to call attention to, but are now saying we don't want to be apart. We don't want to be a member of this club. If the idea is that you think it's okay to go out and loot All under the idea that well, Okay, So what? You know, there's insurance. Will you tell that to the individual businessmen who are still trying to get over some of the looting that went on in Chicago months ago? And by the way, interesting story in Yusa today, you know the looting and the destruction that happened last weekend in Chicago. It wasn't just confined to stores. Here's the story. Ronald McDonald house in the Ronald McDonald House is It's part of the charity thing for people who don't know if you have a sick child. And let's say you need to go to Chicago for because your child needs medical treatment. The Ronald McDonald House offers free lodging for the families. I mean that that's what this all does. Ronald McDonald House near Children's Hospital damage during recent Chicago looting. A Ronald McDonald House charity location was among the buildings damaged during looting earlier this week in Chicago, the charity says the Ronald McDonald house near Lori Children's Hospital, which offers sanctuary for families and Children, who were at the hospital, had its windows and front door smashed overnight Monday. We're concerned there was a lot of activity in front of the house. People making choices that put them at risk. Put our families at risk. The staff was frightened. We had to go on lock down apparently 30 family staying at the house at the time, People used hammers to break glass on the front door of the building through rocks, etcetera, etcetera. OK, this is how this is how you win supporters to your cause. You decide that we're not just going to go and loot buildings and steal everything we possibly can. But we're going to go to a Ronald McDonald house, and we're going to terrorize the families that are staying there, and we're going to break the windows. Okay? And you wonder why people like me say at least certain aspects of this movement have jumped the shark. It's 12 30. Let's go to the W. T. M. J breaking news Center. Here's Melissa Bar. Thank you. Jeff. Number of laid off workers applying for unemployment aid fell below one million last week for the first time since the pandemic began nearly six months ago. Labor Department said applications fell from 1.2 million to 963,000 last week. Meanwhile, Democrats and Republicans they are not backing down in the stalled Corona virus funding negotiations in Washington. Democratic National Convention. Yeah, that starts on Monday and President Trump says he'll be here that same day, The Journal Sentinel says It'll probably be for event in Osh Kosh vice President, Mike Pence, expected to visit the Badger State on Wednesday. The same day Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris gives her convention acceptance speech trial for a Green Bay man found guilty of killing his ex girlfriend and her mother is moving. To the next phase in which jurors will determine if he should be held responsible due to mental illness. Yesterday, a jury in Brown County found 30 year old Jacob care guilty of fatally beating Sonny Teague and stabbing their adult daughter Sabrina Teague, back in June of 2016 time Now for a W T M J drink it ASSOCIATES MARKET Update. The Dow is down about 60 points to 27,009 18. NASDAQ is up 67 points to 11,079 the S and P 500 is up above 1/2 a point to 33 8 w t m j paella. W ay dot com Time Saver traffic Well, they're the roads are looking pretty good out there right now. Night. If we're inbound Highway 16 to the zoo, you're looking at 10 minute ride. There's you to the market Interchange. Eight minutes. No Delays. 41 45 South bound highway Q to the zoo Interchange 14 minutes 43 inbound brown dear Road to the market Interchange 12. And 94 inbound Layton Avenue to the market interchange. You're looking at a seven minute ride Traffic is sponsored by Holiday Automotive and fondle Act discover the difference with team holiday on your side. Greg Man sik here gear up for your journey in a new or Ford certified pre owned model and discovered.

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"wagner" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Good fouls, bad spell. Scott Carson Nasty about bid on his podcast Oh six months ago and I said absolutely not I'm in such adopts as far as handicap. But. Then keeps going up, but I do think that opportunity for women I just wish that we could get more and You know you've. Got that have significant others why whatever they encourage. That, you're saying that a little bit more than you used to. Just saying. Thank you to jump on. Well. Judy Wagner has graced the stage for. Present- presentation of. A clips award and as a hall of Famer and an NA champion and Judy, as always a pleasure to chat, and to congratulate you on another qualification, and at least one seat in Vegas and the probably a second between now and and February continued success. Stay healthy, and we'll look forward to senior. somewhere along the line. You have we have crossed paths at at racetracks over the years, and if I don't see you until Vegas, that's fine, too. Well.

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"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:08 min | 9 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To Jeff Wagner W. G. M. J. Jeff the last one out of the circuits in Madison has to lock everything up on real reaction from the mayor Jeff it's absolutely unacceptable shameful and appalling the picture of the Madison mayor just exposed yourself as a pure pander with no actual character no leadership there whatsoever the amazing thing to me about this many amazing things but but first of all the idea that now if you are the mayor of an area that has been plagued by violence as a result of the protests and it's not again it's not all the protests but but they had I mean it was borderline anarchy in Madison for this first couple nights and so you know what is the major deal completely appropriately she applauds the men and women of the Madison police force for under very very difficult circumstances for maintaining order and you don't hear many complaints about the Madison police department like going overboard or anything like that so she said Hey thanks and I'm simplifying this but thanks for doing the job I know how hard it was appreciated well word of that gets out and then she feels all my gosh I I've got I've just damaged I've damaged my credentials in the community so now I have to walk that back in well this is just so terrible well what's terrible is that in America in two thousand twenty apparently mayors of cities can't issue statements in support of the police without fear that I don't know they're going to lose the support of the overall community no wait we hate to use the term silent majority because that's got nixonian overtones but I swear I think that there is a silent majority people out there in this country who recognize the police departments like so many other institutions are not perfect but who also at their heart support the police and recognize that without the police officers doing the job they do on a daily basis we would have a world that none of us will to live in it's one thirty one let's go to the WTMJ breaking new centers are closer thank you Sir a month after the state lifted the safer at home order the pandemic continues to improve the rate of positive cases clocking in at three percent again on Wednesday the March sixth straight days of three percent or lower positive test rates governor YVR is he's naming state representative Chris Taylor to the Dane county circuit court Taylor will replace judge Jill Karofsky who is joining the state Supreme Court in August Taylor has served in the state assembly since twenty eleven she had announced earlier this year that she wasn't seeking re election time not for the W. T. M. J. drinking associates market updated it's been a rough day on Wall Street right now the Dow is down nearly fifteen hundred down fourteen thirty seven to twenty five thousand five fifty two the nasdaq down three sixty eight to ninety six fifty two and the S. and P. is down one hundred and forty three to thirty forty six at the moment in mid day trading A. T. M. J. pal at W. I. dot com time saver traffic ninety four westbound from downtown through the suit a highway sixteen right now you are getting out the it's okay right now it's maybe about eight or nine minute trip to the zoo from this to the highway sixteen another twelve so you're seeing some great life here as you head out for the most part you're okay forty one forty five southbound from highway Q. two this is on time at fifteen forty one forty five north on scene some slowdowns at times heavy north Dixon road work being done for the most part earlier this week right now you're gonna see some brake lights heading northbound maybe to be a seventy minute trip to highway Q. and then further north in Washington County still some slowdowns right around Allentown and highway thirty three north forty one so north on forty one right around highway thirty three in the Allentown area so some slowdowns there because of roadworks forty three north bound from the city to brown deer road okay twelve ninety four south from.

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"wagner" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

10:27 min | 10 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Yeah I just Kinda WanNa ramp on the football stuff just by asking you a little bit about about the linebacker position and you know because at this point I think career we're starting to think about it in the context of history like saying and it's a position. I think that the importance in the eyes of the League has evolved a lot even in your ater so seasons. Who Do you really like? Who who are the linebackers when all said and done that you'd like to be regarded in that category and compared to obviously you know the recent inductees like Ray Lou was. Brian are lacquer You know I've I've loved watching Willis in Navarro bombing when they were play You know Brian last Briggs whenever play people that I enjoyed watching. So hopefully you know when all is said and done you know you want to be in that now. Only net like looked upon in that regard. But you know the guys that are coming up to respect game. They respect how you play the game and want to elevate physician because you played. So that's how I look at it. You know you. Hopefully that you you win class you know. I think Ray Lewis Patrick Willis Navarre Balmer were allowed guys that I watch And so you know. Getting respect from those guys is always a last week and he said you want to go into business. But would you ever coach? I don't think coaching is something I do. I'm when I'm walking away from the game. I'm done recipe's Koby but you know. I admired the way that he did it you know. He went full at basketball. Everything and You know when he walked from the game you walked away and the only thing that brought him back with his His kids and so. That's kind of hard. Look at IT I. I don't know I'll be a coach when I'm done Because he's have different as ambitions that I like to kind of put my energy into and now it's time for dinks dunks. I'm getting paid for this right all right. We always wrap with five questions for from me. One is from Lenny. Apologize in advance. This usually offensive. He asked K. Dre about batted ball in K. J. denied that he knew the role. I don't know if you remember that the infamous lie with the Lions game were. Jay batted the ball into the end zone or big words. Think Cam Cam Somebody that was Cajun Y and then everyone in America pretended like they knew the rule yet with somebody hits a pop. Can't hit candy. Yes yes yes. We did not us all break the rules again and I because we're on the field and everybody has a phone. They can look up the ruling. No obviously they didn't know because they wouldn't call it. They would called new. We played the film Mary game on Monday. Night off you can't on ESPN. Or as I call it. The totally legitimate touchdown game is fun to watch that game because what people forget is you guys terrorized. Aaron Rodgers in that game. I got to be the only time. Russell Wilson's career. He's ever been out sect eight to one first game west. I watched it too. I was watching. I forgot that we had that many sex Chris Clements man. He was a piece in game all right first question. Which Ninja Turtle? Are You Rafael? Explain why for those who don't know by Wagner Longtime? Tnn Mt Aficionado. I don't know if you still are allegra. Happy with the movies that came out recently but annhilated series sky. I mean I like the more odor the nineties ones where they actually looked like the yeah. These ones didn't really look like cartoon that I saw the court. I think the first one they were like six eight seven eight kind of made them a little shorter insect more Roughly is He's very sarcastic alley. I am I like to The way he approaches it attacks. Here's mindset I just like you know my favorite colors red so there you go. Cartoon is the one with the theme song that slap really hard. The which one is K. J. J. J. would probably be Selo. That seems about right our peak peak. Carol pekair probably had to be 'cause he's the head coach has gone a splinter vibe. Actually you know I'm with okay. Second question everyone wants wants to get recommendations for stuff to watch on TV in the quarantine. What are you watching right now I'm watch sent good. I watched four lives. Oh Yeah it's a show comes on. Abc Wash threatening. I wasn't in the Ozark. Lost the first two episodes in the knock. Just cut it off and then the third season came out. Everybody was talking about how great it was us. I watched it again in that became fan. I watched Ozark is definitely one. I liked to watch documentaries. I like to listen to people like Nipsy Jay Z. You know different people like that. So that's probably I'm doing you mentioned also at the very beginning. Shy should've followed. That you've been reading alive. You read anything. Good that you'd recommend people Just read chop wood carry water at that. That was a pretty good book I'm reading a book on original Lewis. I read book discovering the power within one of my favorite seceded Solo. Seven seven decisions is a good one to sail and should be your number. Yeah Okay I see what you P care. I'll get along. He got a lot of you know of books. He wrote a book so three forever. Third Question we kind of touched on this but I want name. Who's the hardest quarterback in the NFL to face right now and I can't say Russell you can't say Russell obviously I would probably say Lamar's when POPs out pretty good thousand tough game to watch and he's he's pretty fast actually wanted to ask you along those lines really quickly? How like because we've been talking a lot about whether teams us two quarterbacks like a taste tatum hell or like how will the eagles used jalen hurts as a defender as fans? I think people get really annoyed when that like they're like really while you take your grease off the field. Are you really going to kind this trickery as a defender though how challenging is that when Tastes Hill is on the field for example It's a challenging from a preparation standpoint because You know I don't know how much they go use them. You know it could be one play could be Ten plays and so I think it works well for them. Because they're really two different quarterbacks you know debris more of a pocket sit in the pocket. Picchu part He'll is more of a he. Does it all man? He's a receiver. He's a tied in. He's a quarterback. He you know you really have to know where he's at and so. I know a lot of teams may trying to think about that. But you have to really have two different quarterback for definitive. Really you know really be worried about if you have to have the same kind off is not GonNa Change challenging. You feel like you guys have played the panthers approximately forty five times over the last six seven years. It's actually going home. It's very irritating but I gotta ask. Are You surprised that Cam Newton does not have a job right now? I'm very surprised you know. I think you know if anybody else with his pedigree is on the market. You know him being. Mvp M leading the team to the Super Bowl. You know the kind of threat that he kinda presents to a defense You know I I feel that they would be taking pretty quick so you know. I'm maybe he's waiting for Maybe he's has off. I don't know that per se but I would be surprised if nobody picks fourth question. I know you said you've been reading. You've been watching documentaries. What is a hobby? You have that would like Shock people or something. You're interested in that you think people would be truly surprised to learn shopped in on the have something that people shocking maybe Blah Blah people. Now I play basketball I am a pool shark. You know so by one challenged me in pool. That's what I do So very it allows okay. We're seeing a pool table unite. There are you the basketball player on the seahawks we played. I haven't played too. Many people say when people come to my house where they win so I don't know I'll have to play more munching son stand but I will say I'm on the top for sure. Last question has always comes from Lenny. I didn't read it. I just I'm just reading under mostly. No it's not it's not I already promised I wouldn't ask about a story on. Tmz Today so I was. That was his first suggestion. I admire knew that he actually just wanted to know. If you can communicate something to p Carol in Brian Schottenheimer and tell them to let Russell Wilson Pass more his his exact words are let. Russ Cook. Yeah I can do that you know. I think I could do that. Tell them I tell them. Tell them give.

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"wagner" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

13:18 min | 10 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on Nickel Package

"I think I have a slowing the game down with something that you know coming in. It was talked about but I didn't really understand how to do that in that as I got older. You know the game is is so slow in processing things so quick and I don't think I was doing that When I first got into the League and You just see it. You know you watch you watch older guys like Ray Lewis and all those guys and you see. They don't take a lot of steps. Other steps of precise is because they know where the ball's going in so you know. I think a lot more than I was when I was rookie. You rookie just running out there trying to make plays but now you understand what applause going trying to beat them there The seahawks play a lot more base defense than the rest of the NFL. I think that's obviously stems a little bit from the personnel. You guys have Linebacker group being sort of the strength of the team in what ways has that been challenging given where offenses have gone over the last year. And how you responded to that challenge. I think from you know looking at think you know the challenges is like you said you got guys in our division. That liked to have mismatched was ribisi resolved on linebacker. So you see That is not as easy to get to. You know or is easy for them to get to that you know being replaced on base and so just understanding how they will attack you know us in look at our front or look at our personnel attack on but you not feel like we have Smart linebackers we have fast linebackers. Nothing that's kind of what elite he's going to be watching Linebackers are getting faster and faster and you know. They're not as big as they once work. You know guys probably back in a little bit before when I was there. Guys like two fifty to sixty and you don't really see that as much Now know guys like to forty below and so That's not how you combat it. You know you just gotTa be fast and and things. Martin understand you know how they're going to Jack Ewing in we've done a decent job? What has to US something else? I noticed this season in particular after games. You're wearing a SPEC- especially I think after almost every game if I'm right can you explain your thinking behind that. Yeah I was wearing them after every Rogaine and I just wanted to say I don't I just start off. His I one hoodies and I was Thinking about taking a business school Taking a business course in Stanford and Harbor in that thought like why doesn't more people try to do those business classes at ACC? Use and After I started researching and You know really dive. In understanding. I started or hoodies and then I wanted to. You know. Find a way to kind of put him on a map and I kind of found out was up for the walk paying man of the year and decided to donate the money that I was GONNA RECEIVE TO ABC Foundation. And so got. It became a thing where I was just wearing. He's kind of shed light on on university. I feel should be thought about precisely. You mentioned the stemmed from you thinking about taking a business class or looking into business programs. Is that something you WanNa pursue after football? Yeah something you. I got my degree in that something that I've you know I've had a lot of good mentors Challenged me to think about. What is something I wanted to do? after I'm done playing football and so a lot of majority of my off season spin entering answering a different businesses Learning different things that I can and you know hopefully make that transition into next world Look pretty pretty good. You negotiated your own marketing. Deal with Jordan brand. And then you're on your current contract to three year fifty four million dollar deal with the seahawks which you know. There was a lot of attention paid to Richard Sherman negotiating his deal. When you're worded actually didn't see many people point out. Hey Bobby Wagner did this to kind of almost flew under the radar a little bit so I wanted to ask you why you did it. Why you win about you know the deal your own way instead of having an agent do it Just you know I really challenge myself to learn the business and I think in learning business You know I felt like there was opportunity for me to Kinda show that players are smarter than people give them credit for and you know I felt like business was something I wanna do. You know when I'm done and If I wasn't willing to take a chance of myself probably Take a chance you know when I was done playing football. So goes the right time for me to do it I felt like I was prepared to do it. I studied a lot prior to going into negotiations in so the time and opportunity was just right for me. Something I wanted to do. I feel like I occurs players to even if they don't take the same route that I'd took but to understand the business that we end because You know a lot of us. Don't walk away with what we what we earn in so we gotta do a better job at that starts from the knowledge of you know how sometimes we can get taken a Banjo and Really being mindful of ourselves our business intriguing ourself in Abrazos. So when you see deals reported now at first and it's the total money and it's not the guarantees and maybe there's an injury guarantee are you always looking at them and thinking all right. Let's waiting to get all the details. You got to me at the end of the day like they put it out to make good at first and so once they put the the deal out You got to see whether is would says it is or is not in. So I've always banked on an Internet that especially you know at my previous deals. You not wanted to you know when I negotiated my day. I wanted to be something that people respected and somebody not. You can really pick apart. And so I felt like I did that in like you said it Kinda Don't know it's they want players to do that for themselves in our and leave it at that. But I don't think they might for ages don't for sure Is a lot of people that don't and so I think that's probably why you want to keep their business going with you. Know I have nothing against a business. I feel like there's a Lotta as is out there. That do a great job with. There's a lot of agents that don't lie. And so when you saw sherm deal and he got criticized a lot you rarely see Agents get criticized. You know when they're done doing their idea whether it's good or bad news and so I found interesting but It worked out for me and and Pope in guys Learned visits that we end so we can really make an impact we do. Now I think about you Sherman Russell. Akin like something in the water in Seattle to a lot of free thinkers count. Not Man you know how to think about thanks I guess. Seattle seems to be okay with with them. We had a lot of guys that were very different teams so yes breast happen. I Dunno just they just did a really good job of picking people that were kind of like minded and You know wanting more than just to be good football players. WanNa talk to you a little bit about legacy so two thousand fifteen. Tony Dungy voted for you for MVP. I think you are a future hall of Famer. I think you are the best middle linebacker. The last ten years. Don't ask me panthers fans. I don't care we had to be a little bit surprised to get the MVP right a little bit. Because I feel like they don't really value defenders when it comes to that award it doesn't matter how great it was season. Somebody has you look at a guy like Donald amount of sexy and the presence that he has on football field. You know you just knew. He was having an amazing season. But you knew that wasn't gonNA be awarded. He's GonNa take home because it's typically goes to a quarterback now think the last person that I think did it was Lawrence Taylor back in like eighty six and so I think at some point you know defense will get some love but I was very grateful when I when I see. It's finally you say that and I believe Russell Wilson has never received an MVP. Even the season I don't think he got any yes. It's it's an interesting thing I don't really know what goes into you. Know the voting process. But he's had some amazing seasons dust as being. So hopefully he'll get his time and hopefully That's something I l COM again. I don't know what goes into that but I definitely feel that. He's a guy that deserves to be. Do you think he's underrated? If you would actually have a couple of years ago. I feel like they didn't appreciate. His talent is much but I think you know especially the last year. I think people are starting to realize how great quarterback yeas and how much you know. He does for offense and really appreciating what he does on a football field from. You know running and throwing 'cause at first you know. A lot of people don't really was all about passing. They didn't really appreciate the running and NASA like. It's starting to change. Because he's starting to see more quarterbacks. Do both really really well and so. I'm hoping that he is just too. Who's the quarterback who nobody properly appreciates how mobile they are and you would know? Is You know facing them. In that regard I would say probably Aaron Rodgers was was great. Sneaky athletic he deceptively quick. Bobby I don't know if the snake yeah. I think that's football players. You was he he takes off from. He's able to gain some yours. And you know you respective but I think too early in his career. I'd say yeah he would be a guy that you're you know if you know because you worried about you know how will he passes as sometimes you leave him with space and he. You know fifteen yards really quickly. So He's a guy's got kind of pay attention and don't let armed full that he can take off to. Yeah I mean even this draft. Do College football you watch a lot. I don't anymore. I used to watch it. I don't pay attention to anymore. Once they put the targeting Hulan and they start kicking his out And making a mishaps and stuff like that. I just couldn't watch. I was GONNA say Justin Herbert and Joe Borough. I think not enough. Either of them are on your schedule. But they're both pretty quick but Everyone's you're not gonNA hear about the very fast but I find out about college players. I have to ask on behalf of seahawks fans You know Seattle surprise a lot of people by taking off ball linebacker in the first round and his coach said he coached you. And that I'm talking my Jordan Brooks and your He reminded him of us. So what can you tell us about? I know you're not watching Texas Tech. But what can you tell us about him and how he might be? An addition to the SEAHAWKS team this season. I think Matt Wells was. The Was Our quarterbacks coach. When I was there so coach Anderson is the one that coached me in coach clone. Coast me But he saw me. So you have an idea But you know I think. A lot of people were surprised by But today you WanNa pick the best position in. I feel like it's kind of You know hopefully a good sign. That people are starting to value The linebacker resistant by the off. The ball linebacker position. So I'm supporting it. I'm excited to have him on a team excited to bring a man and again you know. He's like talking about before we're going to try to help them. The best can because we don't get to be around like normal and so once. We you know hopefully disdain kinda clear as we're able to. Kinda get back when everything is safe. I know myself in. They will gladly take him out of our way in and tell them everything that we know today. We want everybody to be successful when everybody would be able to provide for their families. Yeah and he might get to see the field in another role maybe at Sam or something right so yeah we'll figure it out once you get. Yeah I just Kinda WanNa ramp on the football stuff just by asking you a little bit about about the linebacker position and you know because at this point I think career we're starting.

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"wagner" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

13:18 min | 10 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"I think I have a slowing the game down with something that you know coming in. It was talked about but I didn't really understand how to do that in that as I got older. You know the game is is so slow in processing things so quick and I don't think I was doing that When I first got into the League and You just see it. You know you watch you watch older guys like Ray Lewis and all those guys and you see. They don't take a lot of steps. Other steps of precise is because they know where the ball's going in so you know. I think a lot more than I was when I was rookie. You rookie just running out there trying to make plays but now you understand what was going trying to beat them there The seahawks play a lot more base defense than the rest of the NFL. I think that's obviously stems a little bit from the personnel. You guys have Linebacker group being sort of the strength of the team in what ways has that been challenging given where offenses have gone over the last year. And how you responded to that challenge. I think from you know looking at I think You know the challenges is like you said you got guys in our division. That liked to have mismatched was ribisi resolved on linebacker. So you see That is not as easy to get to. You know or is easy for them to get to that you know being replaced so much base and so just understanding how they will attack you know us in look at our fronts or look at our personnel tack on but you not feel like we have Smart linebackers fast linebackers. Nothing that's kind of what elite he's going to be watching Linebackers are getting faster and faster and you know. They're not as big as they once work. You know guys probably back in a little bit before when I was there. Guys like two fifty to sixty and you don't really see that as much Now know guys like to forty below and so That's not how you combat it. You know you gotta be you fast and and things. Martin understand you know how they're going to Jack Ewing in we've done a decent job? What has to US something else? I noticed this season in particular after games. You're wearing a SPEC- especially I think after almost every game if I'm right can you explain your thinking behind that. Yeah I was wearing them after every Rogaine and I just wanted to say I don't I you just start off his. I I one hoodies and I was Thinking about taking a business school Taking a business course in Stanford and Harbor in that thought like why doesn't more people try to do those business classes at ACC? Use and After I started researching and You know really dive in understanding as started or hoodies and then I wanted to. You know find a way to kind of put him on a map and I kind of found out was up for the walk paying man of the year and decided to donate the money that I was GonNa see the ACC foundation and so got. It became a thing where I was just wearing these kind of shed light on on university. I feel should you know be thought about precisely you mentioned the stemmed from you thinking about taking a business class or looking into business programs. Is that something you WanNa pursue after football? Yeah something you know. I got my degree in that something that I've you know I've had a lot of good mentors Challenged me to think about. What is something I wanted to do? after I'm done playing football and so a lot of majority of my off season spin interim answering a different businesses Learning different things that I can and you know hopefully make that transition into next world Look pretty pretty good. You negotiated your own marketing. Deal with Jordan brand. And then you're on your current contract to three year fifty four million dollar deal with the seahawks which you know. There was a lot of attention paid to Richard Sherman negotiating his deal. When you're worded actually didn't see many people point out. Hey Bobby Wagner did this to kind of almost flew under the radar a little bit so I wanted to ask you why you did it. Why you win about doing the deal your own way instead of having an agent do it You know I really challenge myself to learn the business and I think in learning business You know I felt like there was opportunity for me to Kinda show that players are smarter than people give them credit for and you know I felt like business was something I wanna do. You know when I'm done and If I wasn't willing to take a chance of myself probably Take a chance you know when I was done playing football. So goes the right time for me to do it I felt like I was prepared to do it. I studied a lot prior to going into negotiations in so the time and opportunity was just right for me. Something I wanted to do. I feel like I occurs players to even if they don't take the same route that I'd took but to understand the business that we end because You know a lot of us. Don't walk away with what we what we earn in so we gotta do a better job at that starts from the knowledge of you know how sometimes we can get taken a Banjo and Really being mindful of ourselves our business intriguing ourself in Abrazos. So when you see deals reported now at first and it's the total money and it's not the guarantees and maybe there's an injury guarantee are you always looking at them and thinking all right. Let's waiting to get all the details. You got to me at the end of the day like they put it out to make good at first and so once they put the the deal out You got to see whether is would says it is or is not in. So I've always banked on an Internet that especially you know at my previous deals. You not wanted to you know when I negotiated my day. I wanted to be something that people respected and somebody not. You can really pick apart. And so I felt like I did that in like you said it Kinda Don't it's they want players to do that for themselves in our and leave it at that? But I don't think they might for ages don't for sure Is a lot of people that don't and so I think that's probably why you want to keep their business going with you. Know I have nothing against a business. I feel like there's a Lotta as is out there. That do a great job with. There's a lot of agents that don't lie. And so when you saw sherm deal and he got criticized a lot you rarely see Agents get criticized. You know when they're done doing their idea whether it's good or bad news and so I found interesting but It worked out for me and and Pope in guys Learned visits that we end so we can really make an impact we do. Now I think about you Sherman Russell. Akin like something in the water in Seattle to a lot of free thinkers count. Not Man you know how to think about thanks I guess. Seattle seems to be okay with with them. We had a lot of guys that were very different teams so yes breast happen. I Dunno just they just did a really good job of picking people that were kind of like minded and You know wanting more than just to be good football players. WanNa talk to you a little bit about legacy so two thousand fifteen. Tony Dungy voted for you for MVP. I think you are a future hall of Famer. I think you are the best middle linebacker. The last ten years. Don't ask me panthers fans. I don't care we had to be a little bit surprised to get the MVP right a little bit. Because I feel like they don't really value defenders when it comes to that award it doesn't matter how great it was season. Somebody has you look at a guy like Donald amount of sexy and the presence that he has on football field. You know you just knew. He was having an amazing season. But you knew that wasn't gonNA be awarded. He's GonNa take home because it's typically goes to a quarterback now think the last person that I think did it was Lawrence Taylor back in like eighty six and so I think at some point you know defense will get some love but I was very grateful when I when I see. It's finally you say that and I believe Russell Wilson has never received an MVP. Even the season I don't think he got any yes. It's it's an interesting thing I don't really know what goes into you. Know the voting process. But he's had some amazing seasons dust as being. So hopefully he'll get his time and hopefully That's something I l COM again. I don't know what goes into that but I definitely feel that. He's a guy that deserves to be. Do you think he's underrated? If you would actually have a couple of years ago. I feel like they didn't appreciate. His talent is much but I think you know especially the last year. I think people are starting to realize how great quarterback yeas and how much you know. He does for offense and really appreciating what he does on a football field from. You know running and throwing 'cause at first you know. A lot of people don't really was all about passing. They didn't really appreciate the running and NASA like. It's starting to change. Because he's starting to see more quarterbacks. Do both really really well and so. I'm hoping that he is just too. Who's the quarterback who nobody properly appreciates how mobile they are and you would know? Is You know facing them. In that regard I would say probably Aaron Rodgers was great sneaky athletic. He deceptively quick bobby. I don't know if the snake. Yeah I think that's football players. You was he he takes off from. He's able to gain some yours. And you know you respective but I think too early in his career. I'd say yeah he would be a guy that you're you know if you know because you worried about you know how will he passes. Sometimes you leave him with space and he. You know fifteen yards really quick. So He's a guy's got kind of pay attention and don't let armed full that he can take off to. Yeah I mean even this draft. Do College football you watch a lot. I don't anymore. I used to watch it. I don't pay attention to anymore. Once they put the targeting Hulan and they start kicking his out And making a mishaps and stuff like that. I just couldn't watch. I was GONNA say Justin Herbert and Joe Borough. I think not enough. Either of them are on your schedule. But they're both pretty quick but Everyone's you're not gonNA hear about their very fast. But I find out about college players. I have to ask on behalf of seahawks fans You know Seattle surprise a lot of people by taking off ball linebacker in the first round and his coach said he coached you. And that I'm talking my Jordan Brooks and your He reminded him of us. So what can you tell us about? I know you're not watching Texas Tech. But what can you tell us about him and how he might be? An addition to the SEAHAWKS team this season. I think Matt Wells was. The Was Our quarterbacks coach. When I was there so coach Anderson is the one that coached me in coach clone. Coast me But he saw me. So you have an idea But you know I think. A lot of people were surprised by But today you WanNa pick the best position in. I feel like it's kind of You know hopefully a good sign. That people are starting to value The linebacker resistant by the off. The ball linebacker position. So I'm supporting it. I'm excited to have him on a team excited to bring a man and again you know. He's like talking about before we're going to try to help them. The best can because we don't get to be around like normal and so once. We you know hopefully disdain kinda clear as we're able to. Kinda get back when everything is safe. I know myself in case they will gladly take him out of our way in and tell them everything that we know today. We want everybody to be successful when everybody would be able to provide for their families. Yeah and he might get to see the field in another role maybe at Sam or something right so yeah we'll figure it out once you get. Yeah I just Kinda WanNa ramp on the football stuff just by asking you a little bit about about the linebacker position and you know because at this point I think career we're starting.

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"wagner" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

11:44 min | 10 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Featuring lenny the only NFL podcast were bobby. Wagner is one of the hosts favorite linebackers because name has the word wagon it. I used that one the four guys but I'm bringing you back today because our special guest is Bobby Wagner. Yes he is here. He joined us for an interview. Took a graciously took questions from me. And one from Lenny ton of fun. I really enjoyed it so give it a listen out. Bobby. How's it going really good about yourself? I'm doing good so you're in Seattle right now. Let's just start here. What is your quarantine? Lifelike like how is your off season program going. How much free time do you have? What's happening it's been it's been good workout than I read do business stuff To the family just just just show man honestly I think You know I feel like we always ask for a moment to like freeze the world and be able to kind of focus on some things so I'm kind of using it like that. It's an unfortunate way. I wouldn't have wanted it to come this way But you just try to find a positive in are you guys doing like zoom meetings with the everybody saw the will. Ferrell thing that went viral. But I like the linebackers you having. I don't know what we're doing. Are you talking right now? Yeah doing things means You know you coast carriers you know. He's he's done a great job trying to make Kinda exactly like how it would have been if we were to come in so it's just a virtual version of kind of what we already. Oh has been you know. I have been pretty. Imagine that's a lot easier for you than like a a rookie. Right coming in to this off season not being able to have minicamp camp or OTA's or anything just having to learn the Internet there's going to be hard for them to learn but we're going to do our best to try to you know Kinda. Help them 'cause you know sorry to learn to play but once you got out there on the field it tends to make learning a little bit better. So they don't really have that so They're going to have to really do their best US as veterans. Have to make sure we make ourselves available for any questions. They may have been Conferences often there is new for everybody. So we just trying to figure this out so I wanted to start actually with your rookie season in contact little about your career in Seattle. H is now going nine season right so two thousand twelve which is crazy by the way when you look at that draft because your first second and third picks are on the team now with briefs back surreal that drafts the infamous d-plus grade on that draft pick. It was an okay thing that gave us a member a couple of years ago. They showed us what they said. And what grades are reactions. Also urban that pick was criticized Wilson. No one really thought anything would come of it but you feel like I remember at the time were being projected to go around. They'RE COMING OUT OF UTAH. State having a lot of success there but going into Utah State. You were not a highly touted recruit as I recall That was not seemed to be in the cards for you. Right yeah Honestly OUT THEY WERE MY UTAH. State was my only My only offer and Come to find out later on My coats kind of had talked him into you know. Find me on offering. Maybe a stressed the truth out a little bit but You know I kinda just once I got to UTAH. State I got I needed was opportunity. And you know I felt like it was a good program to try to turn around Me and Robert Turban wished we end up being left by the same teams that I hadn't worked now for so honestly at Dinner Day like I I look back now just realizing meadows none of that matters. You know if you can't play football in Seattle so there's a lot of five star recruits have made it either. Why were you to star Why was that because you were from? La It's not like you're from the middle of nowhere well. I still had aspirations of being a basketball player. At the time thinking that I was going to be six eight and That didn't necessarily work out with me so once I You know I had a couple of my team. Mason monocultures are really influential on like having me really just focused football and for the basketball down so once. I did that I kind of get late but know as teams come you know Utah. Stay was the ones that actually put so when you came to Seattle. The bones of that legendary defense were already in place Earl was there their cameras there. Sherman was two thousand eleven right the before he was drinking. I guess not cliff in my came in free agency but for the most part a lot of the you know now extremely famous players already there was that intimidating to you walking into that unit or given that it was a pretty young defense. Did you feel like you were growing with them? I think it was a Growing with them feel because you know even though those guys were there and I knew of them You know I think Sharon was like twenty. Three Cam was like twenty. Four Are Always probably twenty four as well and I was coming in twenty one so it wasn't like they were that much older than me where we couldn't really connect You're not like sometimes guy's going to You Know Organization our team. You know a lot of the leaders are twenty nine thirty. Plus it's hard to relate so I felt like we just grew together and Accepted me for a while was it was easy for them to you know especially if our guys like. Kgan sherm to kind of tell me you know what to expect as rookie since they just did it and so you know it just fun you know. We connected everybody we naturally it almost like college. You just start hanging out in got close in translation on the field. What was Richard Sherman Light? At the very beginning he was he was. He was the always been challenging. You challenging you know your viewpoint on any situation whether sports football anything But you not feel like we got to see a different side you know a carry side at a chill relax is sometimes why that People didn't really see from the house looking in. I think one thing that also strikes me about playing year particular position in coming joining the NFL at that time. Two Thousand and it was also sort of the period that marked the rise of a very specific type of quarterback in quarterback play. I mean you remember with Russell coming into the league. Rg Three Colin Kaepernick. The read option for like really came into vogue. Those first two years at you were playing. The particular position that in some cases found that adjustment challenging What was it like for you joining the NFL? At a time. In playing style of quarterback I thought it was. It was pretty easy. I said I had is that You know welcomed me coach nor Jillian that really. You know helped me understand what the middle linebacker's job was the quarterback of the defense and something that I accepted and then so I was lucky because you know It was kind of more of a college office of the result or something that Kinda saw in college and I just wanted to league in so it wasn't too foreign for me to figure out just to figure out what type of things they were doing because you know. Nfl was doing but it was doing a lot more complex version. And so yeah you know. I just felt like at the end of the day. I try to simplify the game as much as possible with Susan Balls. Heiko try to find it as as you can't. You're making it on a lot simpler than I mean. 'cause you being the quarterback the defense your responsibilities especially again facing that sort of misdirection and complexity. It's not easy. Yeah I mean but like I said I you know I still remember the first time I came in the huddle Came in huddle and staring at Earl Camp K. J. Brennan Me Bang Leroy Hill. All those guys and I go and try to try to call the play and I think it was early at told me worse his neck and then they start asking. Why don't you know make fun? So like the eight. They made it fun and he made a gesture for pretty easy. And and accept me allowed rookie to Kinda 'cause show for a little bit and and respecting them so it wasn't easy but you know when you have guys like that is not as bad. Was it easier than to play that style of offense. That's a little bit more college style or sort of quarterbacks but more of the pocket passers in the NFL. When the veterans that you ended up playing that first year I think style quarterbacks are always you know in my opinion the hardest to face because you know that they have the ability to stay in the fucking you know. They have the ability to lead by. And you don't want guys like Russell even the pocket inspection you know what he does. Leave the The moment somebody tries running catching it throws it off your hair with yours for touchdown so for me. I still like the guys that can do both always the one that you you worry about but there are you know there are good ones that can sit in the back eating kind of take you apart but as a defender you know you have to be on you game both down in on. I feel like you in particular in Seattle. You are in a division where you play a lot of coaches in particular where I feel like. They spend all of their time trying to make life difficult for linebackers Shanahan McVeigh. Don't you feel like? Cnn is just dreaming of ways to get mismatches on you or to use misdirection to make your life miserable. How difficult is it dealing with that level of confusion and misdirection on offense that we're seeing so much lately in the NFL is really difficult especially from those who guys you have so much respect for them? You know you come out there and You know your key say that you know when they do anything like that followed the floors but you know those guys will have a cooler with running back. Toss with a receiver. Where one way. And it's just really test your discipline and you know that's where your film study. Come in. They they put those plays on family. GotTa Watch it but you know even those guys come up with a unique place for for your team and so It's fun and challenges. Your intellect as football player. I have fun trying to dissect and figure it out on. There's been pleased that I feel like I out pretty quickness in place that didn't go so well so Is Really Fun. I think it makes fun. You know Washington guys probably drop anything that comes in ahead. Charms figured out. What is something you can do now that you couldn't do early earlier.

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"wagner" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

11:44 min | 10 months ago

"wagner" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Featuring lenny the only NFL podcast were bobby. Wagner is one of the hosts favorite linebackers because name has the word wagon it. I used that one the four guys but I'm bringing you back today because our special guest is Bobby Wagner. Yes he is here. He joined us for an interview. Took a graciously took questions from me. And one from Lenny. It was a ton of fun. I really enjoyed it so give it a listen out. Bobby. How's it going really good about yourself? I'm doing good so you're in Seattle right now. Let's just start here. What is your quarantine? Lifelike like how is your off season program going. How much free time do you have? What's happening it's been it's been good workout than I read do business stuff To the family just just show man honestly I think You know I feel like we always ask for a moment to like freeze the world and be able to kind of focus on some things so I'm kind of using it like that. It's an unfortunate way. I wouldn't have wanted it to come this way But you just try to find a positive in are you guys doing like zoom meetings with the everybody saw the Will Ferrell thing that went viral but like the linebackers you having. I don't know what we're doing. Are you talking right now? Yeah doing things means You know you NOCCO carriers you know. He's he's done a great job trying to make Kinda exactly like how it would have been if we were to come in so it's just a virtual version of kind of what we already. Oh has been you know. I have been pretty. Imagine that's a lot easier for you than like a a rookie. Right coming in to this off season not being able to have minicamp camp or OTA's or anything just having to learn the Internet there's going to be hard for them to learn but we're going to do our best to try to you know Kinda. Help them 'cause you know sorry to learn to play but once you got out there on the field it seems to make learning a little bit better. So they don't really have that so They're going to have to really do their best US as veterans. Have to make sure we make ourselves available for any questions. They may have been Conferences often there is new for everybody. So we just trying to figure this out so I wanted to start actually with your rookie season in contact little about your career in Seattle. H is now going nine season right so two thousand twelve which is crazy by the way when you look at that draft because your first second and third picks are on the team now with briefs back surreal that drafts the infamous d-plus grade on that draft pick. It was an okay that gave us a member a couple of years ago. They showed us what they said. And what grades are reactions. Also urban that pick was criticized Wilson. No one really thought anything would come of it but you feel like I remember at the time were being projected to go around. They'RE COMING OUT OF UTAH. State having a lot of success there but going into Utah State. You were not a highly touted recruit as I recall it was not seemed to be in the cards for you. Right yeah Honestly OUT THEY WERE MY UTAH. State was my only My only offer and Come to find out later on My coats kind of had talked him into you know. Find me on offering. Maybe a stressed the truth out a little bit but You know I kinda just once I got to UTAH. State I got I needed was opportunity. And you know I felt like it was a good program to try to turn around Me and Robert Turban wished we end up being left by the same teams that I hadn't worked now for so honestly at Dinner Day like I. I look back now just realizing meadows statistics stars. None of that matters. You know if you can't play football in so there's a lot of five star. Recruited have made it either. Why were you to star Why was that because you were from? La It's not like you're from the middle of nowhere well. I still had aspirations of being a basketball player. At the time thinking that I was going to be six eight and That didn't necessarily work out with me so once I You know I had a couple of my team Mason. My coaches are really influential on like having me really just focused football and for the best law down so once. I did that I kind of get late but know as teams come you know Utah. Stay was the ones that actually put so when you came to Seattle. The bones of that legendary defense were already in place Earl was there their cameras there. Sherman was two thousand eleven right there before he was drinking. I guess not cliff in my came in free agency but for the most part a lot of the you know now extremely famous players already there was that intimidating to you walking into that unit or given that it was a pretty young defense. Did you feel like you were growing with them? I think it was a Growing with them feel because you know even though those guys were there and I knew of them You know I think Sharon was like twenty. Three Cam was like twenty four Always probably twenty four as well and I was coming in twenty one so it wasn't like they were that much older than me where we couldn't really connect You're not I sometimes guy's going to You Know Organization our team. You know a lot of the leaders are twenty nine thirty. Plus it's hard to relate so I felt like we grew together and Accepted me for a while was it was easy for him to you know especially for our guys like. Kgan sherm to kind of tell me you know what to expect as rookie since they just did it and so you know it just fun you know. We connected everybody we naturally it almost like college. You just start hanging out in got close in translation on the field. What was Richard Sherman Light? At the very beginning he was he was. He was the always been challenging. You challenging you know your viewpoint on any situation whether sports football anything But you not feel like we got to see a different side. You know a carry side at a chill relief size sometimes. Why that People didn't really see from the house looking in. I think one thing that also strikes me about playing year particular position in coming joining the NFL at that time. Two Thousand and it was also sort of the period that marked the rise of a very specific type of quarterback in quarterback play. I mean you remember with Russell coming into the league. Rg Three Colin Kaepernick. The read option for like really came into vogue. Those first two years at you were playing. The particular position that in some cases found that adjustment challenging What was it like for you the NFL? At a time in playing style of quarterback? I thought it was. It was pretty easy. I said I had is that You know welcomed me coach nor Jillian. That really. You know helped me under stand. What the Middle Linebacker's job was the quarterback of the defense and something that I accepted and then so I was lucky because you know it was kind of more of a college office of the result or something that Kinda saw in college and I just wanted to league in so it wasn't too foreign for me to figure out just to figure out what type of things they're doing because you know unfiltered was doing but it was doing a lot more complex version and so yeah you know. I just felt like at the end of the day. I try to simplify the game as much as possible with Susan Balls Heiko. Try to find it as you can't. You're making it on a lot simpler than I mean. 'cause you being the quarterback the defense your responsibilities especially again facing that sort of misdirection and complexity. It's not easy. Yeah I mean but like I said you know I still remember the first time I came in the huddle Came in huddle and staring at Earl Camp K. J. Brennan Me Bang Leroy Hill. All those guys and I go and try to try to call the play and I think it was early at told me worse his neck and then they start asking. Why don't you know Mega Fun? So like the eight. They made it fun and he made a gesture for pretty easy. And and accept me allowed rookie to Kinda 'cause show for a little bit and and respecting them so it wasn't easy but you know when you have guys like that is not as bad. Was it easier than to play that style of offense. That's a little bit more college style or sort of quarterbacks but more of the pocket passers in the NFL. When the veterans that you ended up playing that first year I think style quarterbacks are always you know in my opinion the hardest to face because you know that they have the ability to stay in the fucking you know. They have the ability to lead by. And you don't want guys like Russell even the pocket inspection you know what he does. Leave the The moment somebody tries running catching it throws it off your head with yours for touchdown so for me. I still like the guys that can do both always the one that you you worry about but there are you know there are good ones that can sit in the back eating kind of take you apart but as a defender you know you have to be on you game both down in on. I feel like you in particular in Seattle. You are in a division where you play a lot of coaches in particular where I feel like. They spend all of their time trying to make life difficult for linebackers Shanahan McVeigh. Don't you feel like? Cnn is just dreaming of ways to get mismatches on you or to use misdirection to make your life miserable. How difficult is it dealing with that level of confusion and misdirection on offense that we're seeing so much lately in the NFL is really difficult especially from those who guys you know? You have so much respect for them. You know you come out there and You know your key say that you know when they do anything like that followed the floors but you know those guys will have a cooler with running back toss with a receiver. Where one way. And it's just really test your discipline and you know that's where your film study. Come in. They they put those plays on family. GotTa Watch it but you know even those guys come up with a unique place for for your team and so It's fun and challenges. Your intellect as football player. I have fun trying to dissect and figure it out on. There's been pleased that I feel like I out pretty quick. That didn't go so well so is really. I think makes fun. You know Washington guys probably drop anything that comes in ahead. Charms figured out. What is something you can do now that you couldn't do early earlier.

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04:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Back to Jeff Wagner on WTMJ he sent out a tweet you can follow me if you're quicker six twenty and the phrase which you have got the pool boy that story you've got to be kidding me the president sure makes it tough to support him sometimes it really does present expected to commute the crooked governor from Illinois saying some people think this is unfair cool outside of the governor asset of local events outside of his wife and outside of the guys immediate family I don't think anybody thinks this was unfair all right just aggravating especially when you decide to monkey in the criminal justice process on behalf of some of your buddies it's just it it's just it is aggravating in the extreme when anybody doesn't it such as trump I mean I still remember on the way out of office Clinton decided to help pardon this fugitive financier who donated a whose wife could donate a whole bunch of money to his campaigns just absolutely outrageous all right let's get started we have talked on multiple occasions about this effort to try to change the time the taverns have to close during the Democratic National Convention right now all state law says that bars across the state have to close it two in the morning on weeknights and then Friday Saturday savvy study they can close at two thirty why does the state regulate this in the first place if Germantown wants to allow all the bars in the Germantown village of Germantown to stay open all night shouldn't they have the right to do that and my answer would be yes our number eight five five six one six one six twenty that second mortgage talking text line why is the state telling a local community but you have to close the bars at two o'clock in the morning or two thirty of course this comes up in the context of legislation which came through the assembly yesterday came to assembly committees can be voted on next week which for the ten days I think surrounding the Democratic National Convention would allow municipalities to keep bars open until four o'clock in the morning right right right he was bottled up because the tavern league wanted to attach riders to this anti that legislation into legislation which would allow people to serve liquor in wedding Barnes without getting liquor licenses that that was separated out so now it's going through is an independent bill I assume it's going to pass the assembly and Senate I assume the governor was side but I want to talk about this larger point which is moving forward if a local community to sites that you know what we want to allow but we will allow bars stay open twenty four hours no I'm not arguing that that's not that that is necessarily the the best strategy but for example if the city of Milwaukee decides we want to be Las Vegas of the east and we want to create a a bar zone you know down around the convention center in the hotels or wherever and and we want allow the bars stay open all night in this this area why shouldn't Milwaukee be allowed to do that why should the powers that be in Madison say no no no he have to close the bars it too and again I I'm not arguing necessarily that it's a good idea to leave bars open all night but if it up if in okay Wisconsin Dells for example decides he during the summer you know we we want to allow hotel bars for example to stay open all night why shouldn't they have the right to do that eight five five six one six one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and tax line I would argue they should local communities I think should have the right to decide bar closing times and maybe maybe they want to close the bars earlier maybe they should say you know what we we don't like this idea that they can stay open to two o'clock maybe he should say we want to make sure they close it at twelve shouldn't local communities have the right to decide when bars open and when bars close my answer would be yes eight five five six one six one six twenty second mortgage talking text line grew is lining up the calls if you're on the line please hold on me shouldn't Milwaukee be able to cite shouldn't whitefish bay be able to the site shouldn't Germantown be able to decide should in the city of Waukesha be able to decide I think the answer is yes what do you think we discuss in just a moment stick around Jeff.

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08:22 min | 1 year ago

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Jeff Wagner eight five five six one six one six one is that the accurate mortgage pocket and fax line right where do we go from here there's a lot of Democrats who kissed who want to move on they they recognize that they've done as much political damage to president trump is they think they they can and now it's time to move on and focus on different issues there's all others who say no that this this this is not we cannot accept this verdict we need to continue the investigations the American people can't get enough of this really right let's start with terreno con walk here your first hello how we doing yet I'm well thank you and yourself I'm doing okay okay what do you think I think I heard you mention that the Japanese attack like do a jeopardy which is jeopardy it only applies in a criminal proceeding so it doesn't apply here right and they could they could start the same impeachment proceeding again tomorrow and they'd be about what that'll be brought up at jeopardy was attached and political thing one thing in my opinion attempted extortion is impeachable and that's what prompted okay would you say tempted extortion are you are you talking about something different then they already tried him for well I mean they didn't put extortion into the articles right but that's what it was attempted extortion of the of the president of Ukraine okay so would you like to see them then go back in and try to impeach him again under a different theory I know it's a waste of time because the Republican senators a couch from you was the only one had any any courage to listen to the evidence that they weren't going to to listen because they're afraid of Donald Trump well I guess we're currently here's my thinking is Terry regardless of whether you think that Donald Trump got away with something or whether you think that this was just a witch hunt or whether you're somewhere in between the one thing that I think you and I both agree on is that continuing to go down this route on this issue especially given the fact that you have a an election it's coming up in what ten months nine months or something I I think would be a waste of time and a waste of spirit I think the people in this country have made up their mind on this and and maybe you know you you think he's guilty of extortion and maybe they proceeded on the wrong theory or or whatever I just I don't think the American people have the stomach for continuing this sort of investigation the Democrats took their shop they they they went after him they try to impeach him they failed and candidly you know on this issue the Ukraine phone call etcetera I don't care what John Bolton has to say at this point time it to the extent that it's not going to change the dynamic and the idea that okay we're going to go back to the house and we're now going to spend more time trying to pursue this even further man it talks about making my head explode and and look I I don't know right now president trump is is on a high that's just the reality his daily tracking polls are higher than they have ever been I think a lot of people are looking at what happened with the Democrats especially in Iowa you see campaigns and and arguably maybe a process of selecting a presidential candidate the right now is in disarray that could all change in a couple weeks but but the idea that we're now going to go back and continue tilting at this particular window I I Windell I think that's where you really do you know get a backlash because I think it's gonna be a lot of people that said it okay enough is enough let's move on and let's focus on first of all can we get anything accomplished in the next nine months and then who's the next president going to be is it going to be Donald Trump for four more years or is it going to be someone else let's talk to Ted Ted you're on WTMJ Chris disagree with you mark yeah I know you will I know those who think like you would like to have a smoke on but as a recovering lawyer at you and all that this was not a legitimate the proceeding because they block the weight that you you know you're gonna spend it otherwise because your Republican but you know that that they needed to bring those witnesses then and everybody wants to hear what they have to say and those who are not with the president don't think we should move on because you know the way he is not a stable genius always on the kind of poke a stick at him because of the reaction to get let's play this out south plate will play this out with me all right so you call you call John Bolton John Bolton comes in and he testified okay will look let's just work with bold Nobleton he testifies like his his the manuscript in his book supposedly said okay the trump was within the room or whatever right then do you want to restart the impeachment proceedings I don't know but I know they should have done it right this time because you can't legitimately that you know you like the claims to quit it he was acquitted because there was matching nations that that made it feel legitimate proceeding play this out with me and then what is the operative question is do I understand you're you're bitter that he he got acquitted I get it do you want to see you do what do you want to see them start the impeachment process all over again because that's the only in the near stop get possibly at some time although I know the strategy and the White House was let's kill at this time and then we'll we'll do just like you're going in our scan will be Hey why call back this will you go back to it because it wasn't done right well it was blocked by the White House well I think the what was it I mean it look it wasn't blocked by the White House Mike Mike my goodness everything is out there the the reality was Donald Trump was never going to be removed from office that that was the politics of it I happen to think that it wasn't an impeachable offense and I I'm I'm comfortable with that I do I think that was a comfortable phone call tonight I think they did everything perfectly of course not but but I guess what's interesting to me is from a political standpoint does this country want to say okay let's spend the next four months and let's go back and let's re litigate what we've just spent the last four or five months doing let's bring back the same witnesses and then let's add a couple more and then we'll we're going to have our different theories and then we're gonna go back I mean really is that where we want to spend our time over the next several months my point is people have already decided you know what they think about the the president and I think it's very clear that okay John Bolton can can come come in and testify that's that's not going to change anybody's opinion that's not going to get to sixty seven votes in the Senate to remove him from office especially as we get closer and closer to the election and if you want to talk about alienating whoever is in the middle meet you in my opinion at least I know the Democrats don't listen to me for campaign advice you go down this route say okay here's what we're going to do we're going to go back and we're going to bring in this guy in this guy and this guy that might be red meat to the hard core base who are angry and bitter or whatever word you would use over the fact that Donald Trump wasn't removed from office but I don't think it's going to appeal to mainstream follow folks who said okay we've had this thing play out for the last few months we are they're happy with the outcome or were not happy with the outcome but now let's focus on the important stuff which is you know what else can we do to make this country better over the course of the next several months and then who's going to be the next leader this is Jeff white board white here right after this attorney Tom Nichols finding an honest skilled lawyer to help guide you business interests is important it's especially important when.

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06:09 min | 1 year ago

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Jeff Wagner on WTMJ so very glad to have you with us okay sixty three million dollars or thereabouts is gonna be dumped into I just on television spending alone not even talking about radio and other social media sort of stuff all the candidates do it because they think that that's the way that they are going to get votes and you're going to see that play out like I say over the course of the next ten months or so around here you are undoubtedly just going to be inundated because every time you turn on the TV over the next few months there's going to be an ad for some Democrat candidate leading up to the primary in April and then after that I it tell you since Wisconsin is a battleground state you're going to be seeing a ton of political ads on the Republican side on the Democrat side it's some it's going to get I think probably to a point in this happens every contested election where it's almost tough for regular advertisers to get space because the political candidates are are grabbing it all up so the fundamental question is does it work does it make any difference and in my argument has been Candace have to do it but I think for the vast majority of candidates I don't think it sways opinion I mean let's take the presidential election may I think the truth of the matter is people are go kia I I can't imagine if you are a Donald Trump supporter I can't imagine that you're going to see an ad run by Bernie Sanders for example and all of a sudden you say hello I'm seeing the light hi I'm I'm feeling the burn I've watched this advertisement and now I'm going to go switch and I'm going to vote for Bernie over Donald Trump I don't see it happening similarly if you are a Bernie Sanders supporter you're part of that Bernie Sanders revolution you see it even if it's the best produce trump bad the world are you going to watch that are you going to say well Gee now I want to go out I I've I've seen the light I'm going to vote for president trump you know I think by and large the these ads don't move the needle especially in a race where the candidates are very very well known no maybe if it's a situation where you have an unknown who's running against a hunting company or something like that you got to run some of these ads to at least get you some name recognition start that AT breakthroughs of people at least become aware of who you are but once you're talking about a high profile of race like the president it's hard for me to see how this changes does that mean you don't run ads no it doesn't mean you don't run ads because here's the real value of my my of the ads the ads in many cases they're not done for the undecideds what they're really done is for the base of support I mean if you are a Bernie Sanders supporter and you know you're listening to the radio or you're watching TV and you don't see anything from your candidate and all you see is attack ads from the other side or whatever you're going where you get you start to get depressed you get angry where's my guy why isn't he why is he responding that does the fact he's not responding mean they think the election's over when you run ads I think they're directed as much towards the base as anyone else because you know you you get fired up Hey I'm a supporter of the present high I mean I yeah there there's the trump bad yeah they're responding they're fighting fire with fire they're not taking this lying down when the other side's running all these different campaigns political advertising a lot of times I don't believe it's necessarily designed to move undecideds especially in races where the lines are drawn as clearly as this what they're trying to do is motivate their supporters motivate their base show that there's a campaign show the campaign has a polls and encourage people to get out and vote so if you say all they're they're not going to change opinions yeah they might not change opinions but the ads aren't necessarily intended to do that they're intended to get you even more firmly entrenched and if you're a truck driver Bernie guy on Elizabeth ward Geyer Joe Biden guy or whatever get you to go out and vote for them it's twelve thirty one let's go to the WTMJ breaking news center here's Melissa park thank you Jack to Milwaukee police officer is recovering after a crash during a chase that person fleeing from police also injured as well the pursuit began about eight o'clock Wednesday night on the city's north side Madison East High School teacher is charged with attempting to produce child **** David a crutch ten was charged after being arrested today the indictment charges question will be year indictment charges question with seven counts of attempted to create child porn on two occasions he set to appear in court later today at a question and answer session is underway in the Senate impeachment trial against the president today it's a day where the White House legal team and the house impeachment managers were serving as prosecutors will answer written questions submitted by senators meanwhile lawyers for a woman who says president trump return the nineties are asking for a sample of his DNA the attorneys for advice columnist E. 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Jeff Wagner
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03:09 min | 1 year ago

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Say we do painting you do life Jeff Wagner on WTMJ we are back interesting political story there's a state senators name is Dave Hanson's a Democrat out of Green Bay Inc and he's been there for a long time he's announced that he's seventy two years old he's announced that he he's retiring is not running for reelection which what's this seat very much in play it it's a it's a seat that probably is a Republican leaning seat I would say but Dave Hanson is we've been there for a long time he's getting a royal and he's you know he's been reelected he's a known commodity now that is an open seat I think it's it's probably a toss up or maybe it's a likely leans Republican seat in this district so interestingly enough Democrats scrambling to see who they're going to come up with and so apparently one of the guys that's moving forward is Jonathan Hansen who as it turns out is the nephew of David Hanson so you know you have one of these the legacy things that that's going on the guys alderman from alderman from the pier and he's the father decided that he wants to follow in his uncle's footsteps which is all well and good but I I do always think back to some of the issues member we had these concerns when there was a discussion about whether or not Scott Walker's children one of his kids Matt was gonna run for for Congress and there was all this hand wringing in there was all this concern about all my gosh is this going to be is this this legacy you know we we have multiple generations of of politicians you know trying to run and then the same argument was out there when mark Newman son I believe that was mad as well he was thinking about running for Congress and ultimately decided not to you heard all this the whole we think this is bad for you know that the kids of the existing politicians to run well okay if that's the case is there going to be out rage when Dave Hanson's nephew decides to run war has decided to run we'll see it's twelve thirty let's go to the WTMJ breaking news center here is Melissa mark thank you Jeff some supporters of president trump lined up downtown starting last night to make sure they would have a spot inside the UW Milwaukee Panthers arena that's where he's hosting a rally tonight the president making his first twenty twenty appearance in the state he's also counter programming the box game which starts at seven o'clock tonight also downtown at Pfizer form and the accredit presidential hopefuls debate that is in neighboring Iowa tonight I keep it to WTMJ for updates from downtown starting at three o'clock this afternoon on Wisconsin's afternoon news and meanwhile the house is expected to vote tomorrow to send the articles of impeachment against president trump to the Senate speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi met privately today at the capital with her democratic caucus to discuss the time table airline says it's taking the Boeing seven thirty seven Max out of its schedule for two more months until early June and that means American it will cancel nearly twenty thousand flights in its first five plus months of.

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05:14 min | 1 year ago

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Call here's WTMJ is Jeff Wagner four one four seven nine nine one six twenty Jeff the text to me they are essentially the same as legal immigrants I will talk about the dreamers seven eight hundred thousand people in regards the contributions to the U. S. and self sufficiency to deport them from the only homeland they have known seems like a losing proposition again I I understand the legal issue that the legal issue is the present Congress would not in act this is a law president Obama did this is an executive order and some people don't think you have the authority to do it but that aside if Obama created this program is an executive order shouldn't trump have the right to rescind the executive order and and commit candidly I find that to be a pretty compelling legal argument but that's that's the legal argument that's not saying you know what what should we do with seven or eight hundred thousand people who came into this country as young people brought in by their parents illegally but they they were money were young people and they've gone through high school they are now living here they're not creating problems are these the people that we want to spend time deporting Vincent on the northwest side visit your first hello good afternoon yeah hi first of all if if the Supreme Court not doctor down or or or the says that the president has the right to do that the fact is we're not going to we are going to deport that many people it's just not gonna happen well you wouldn't think we would support that many of those type of people I know that you know me I if I were prioritizing I got to tell you that the people that have registered under this circumstance they would they would be the last number of people that I would want to deport that there's got to be a lot more people are in this country illegally that are creating problems than the dreamers they are reporting part of this economy the fact is that doctors lawyers police officers the fact is that that the fact is we had better is it exactly that would be basically automatically a look that is illegal the fact is you have them document the fact these individual documents prepared taxes it is and that sort and now you're going to put this to you got basically put people there allow them to say where they're going to go underground that's exactly what's going to happen and use it and it and the fact that this country is not in the mood to sit around and go up to the fact is the gang of eight plan I think this is the path is as far as immigration the concert helping government about what they did when they did this but the fact is we hear I think it should stand there because we do it in a class the class if they go out at the that do that yeah I can I can and and that's the and that's that the policy of this and get I I appreciate that the legal argument putting on my you know recovering lawyer hat I I understand the argument the argument is president Obama didn't have the authority to do this after Congress said no you shouldn't be able to do this by executive order I am sympathetic to that I I I am and it also seems to me that if you created by executive order you should go get rid of it by executive order but that's not to say whether the policy is good or bad Jeff I agree with you prioritize resources by removing the criminal elements then focus on obtaining legal citizenship the right way Jeff I would let them stay another text also with the caveat that they can demonstrate that they also have health insurance but the same time I would also putting a stop to let them attend public school get drivers licenses set for now keep in mind most of these people registers the dreamers they're they're out of there they're out of school I mean this is there they they've been here for a period of time they're out of school they're serving in a productive capacity and again I also appreciate the fact that you know we we don't want this to look like a amnesty I mean kill president trump from what I understand was was ready to just sign off on this and then a number of advisers said well okay you have to understand this is going to alienate your base people going to consider this to be amnesty and and so they he decided to go the other way I I just I I appreciate we have a problem with the border we have a problem with illegal immigration the the seven hundred thousand people though aren't the ones that I am particularly concerned with four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that's accurate mortgage talk and text line Jeff so to me they are simply the same as legal immigrants in regards to the contributions to the U. S. and self sufficiency to deport them from the only homeland they have known seems to me like a losing proposition I guess I would say that as well take off the recovering lawyer had tried to put on a good public policy hat and and you get a different result a like I say who knows with the supreme court's going to do this this might be a victory for the trump administration saying a legally you can do it but even if that's the case I hope somebody reconsiders whether this is where we want to spend our resources to say and.

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WTMJ 620

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wagner broadcasting live from the Wisconsin state fair so glad to have you with us all right we go to calls couple texture my husband and I were at the game the fall corn with your repeating and annoying there has to be something better Jeff I agree to follow corn sucks don't come in and try to change things just because your new if it isn't broken don't fix it that's in me from Waukesha Jeff it sounds like it's strictly an animal how annoying it's heather in west band let's see here is instead of the fog or use a cow bell again I I don't know okay let's see Dayton says the horn will inspire the offense it's so annoying the offense will always get a first down at first or second down in order to avoid hearing it there could be that four one four seven nine nine one six twenty let's start with bill in Silver Lake bill your first and W. T. M. J. hello order from all time fan long time factor for him love your show okay thanks thank you for calling appreciate it what do you think I tell you what I heard that I heard that stupid fog horn and I thought my TV was broken so I don't have I don't buy a new one so you get made you get up to like like like bang the TV and think I got a call the repair person something's wrong with it was coming out of the TV set I would rather movie review back what the heck is this stupid Norris yeah the birth noise in that stadium is the one the Packer fans yet go on and I think that's the noise that the team was to hear that some noise that everybody wants to hear and that's the noise that they should be looking for thanks to call yeah I think they call it the an artificial thing that's a rip off of the Vikings porn and and it's actually it's a lousy rip off of that I guess I go back to the thing to look I I I'm always open to trying new stuff and I appreciate if the if the new head coach thinks the crowd at Lambeau field is unnecessarily quiet but again what whatever happened to go pack go I mean I've been there and I hear the people like go Pat go that I think is a lot better than this this horn let's talk to Pat in Beloit Pat you're a W. 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J. hello yeah I agree with a hundred percent yeah your spot on with that go pack though the corner so annoying I left the middle of the fourth quarter I I couldn't take it anymore it was very annoying I've been going to games since I'm a full package member going back to the county stadium day itself I've heard a lot of not heard anything like this before did you know what what he did you know what it was at first I mean you know that there was supposed to like inspire the crowd well I didn't think it did that I didn't I I knew it was some type of alarm from a ship or something but I didn't know what really was relevant to the right yeah I mean look and and I understand like you go to you gotta brewers games I don't know if they still do it and I don't think they still do it but there used to be a time where you know they they have the the charge music you know that that the whatever charge in a road you all that I mean that was kind of inspirational the fog horn I I don't know number of people are saying it sounds like a large ship passing gas or something I don't know about that but he doesn't strike me is exactly the thing that's going to get people on their feet cheering in red and cheering on the team wait for somebody to call into a trumpet something to do with this yeah we're we're gonna blame twelve for that Packer says you know that thanks for the call absolutely we you know we're we're gonna we're gonna blame trump Pam in Sheboygan pannier WTMJ good afternoon hi there I can't I would have a lot right and I will tell you everyone around me I hated that seems like we're trying to copy the Viking something which we do not want to and if you or an act and I also noticed that the entire game I only heard all packed all that what inspired by the sounds great in and I wanted to and I think the players and he has a and that as a band but annoying noise everybody around here right yeah I you know and I I guess I mean the look I understand that sometimes we we we all we have a reaction to new stuff and sometimes you sit you say okay well maybe if I hear this more maybe it's going to grow on me I don't think that one's going to grow on me and I don't think it's going to grow one pack of nation I I I kind of think that that that sort of I would describe it is kind of a swing and a miss yeah absolutely there was not one okay thanks to call Pam I again and I'd look at it yeah I preach in trying to to try different stuff but it seems to me the standard should be okay if our typical thing to Rev up the crowd is you know with the with the scoreboard to make some noise and then goal packed goal goal Paco okay if that's the standard and if the new coach doesn't think that gets the crowd jazzed up enough all right I'm okay maybe wanna try different things but again that that fall corn I mean the the the noise though the horn on the USS Green Bay makes a minister I sense topical is that the U. S. as Green Bay but all right there's all sorts of noises that you could probably tie into you know Green Bay that isn't necessarily the type of thing you're going to play to inspire the team for third down until we got to a dairy farm and get a cal moving would you do that four one four seven nine nine one six twenty Dave on the side Dave or W. T. M. J. I am well thank you okay were you motivated by that and now I heard it I thought it was a cold is he you took the words right out of my mouth it is right up there I'm a market fan as well as I know you are with them coming up in a room and coming up with the gold fifteen or twenty years ago absolutely I'm pretty level if the rip off of the Vikings it sounds terrible and dom so if the U. F. F. green base of the USS John McCain the what what what's the difference I matter and it felt blog warned that has nothing whatsoever to do with Green Bay or the Packer or football and if anything for it flattens out the crowded sounds like flatulence and at the White it's not that it's like like words it was a start and all and it leaves the Vikings yeah yeah I listed my the Vikings noise that Viking horned it elite you can understand where people as as annoying as I find it where people it would get people up and cheer this is just fall corner okay would you the direct connection who the Vikings were bad appointment that I didn't like me at the back of them with your direct connection the worst thing though if you have a new call we've been here about two minutes who haven't done anything any basically criticizing the fan about are we clear enough are we love not are we wow Hey that's a little too early to criticize the band when you haven't done anything you want you want the family yeah win game yeah I know I actually you know I agree with I agree with you completely I think thanks to call a and actually that was that's what I was kind of thinking I mean look I I've been to Lambeau field and yes there are times I think the crowd's been unnecessarily quiet but generally speaking those are times where the Packers team is is not playing well they're playing flat you know when when you have that the team that's a cheating on the field it's a very loud all took place the the coaches this is the coach's statement Hey I just want anything that's going to get the fans out of their seats and make it a true home field advantage remember where all the all those years nobody want to play at Lambeau field against the Packers because of that okay so here's what he says Hey I just want anything that's gonna get fans other seat make a true home field advantage I don't care what it is if you've got an idea will take it my idea would be co pack gold it's something we've all been talking about how do we get this to be a tremendous home field advantage and get the crowd off their feet and just make it a nightmare for opposing offenses you know and and then he goes on to talk about the way it is in other statements in other stadium tonight that the bottom line is maybe I agree with the last caller when a bunch of games and then you see you're not gonna need artificial means to get the fans excited at Lambeau field play crummy football and all the four corners in the world aren't going to make any difference but if any of you who like me we're listening to your radio or watching this on TV and you were wondering you know what is this bleating noise that's going on there well no it wasn't anything wrong with your radio there wasn't anything wrong with your television set it was the Packers coach and the marketing people thinking that the fans at Lambeau field aren't into the games another off and need to have a poor person's ripoff of the Minnesota Vikings noise in order to get excited I I don't think we're giving Packers fans another credit this is Jeff quicker were broadcasting live from the Wisconsin state fair stick around don't.

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