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"wieder" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Breath or five deep breaths or five minutes, whatever it is it it's surprising how much that'll help. It's very meditative. I don't do it as often as I should but it's it's really amazing how much just being very conscious of your breath even just for like three breaths or something is is really helpful. Oh, yes. I'm nodding my head with everything that you're in there. I can huge a huge you can see A huge part of voice training for actors is paying attention to when you're holding your breath. And if you do that if you just spend the day, when am I doing that? You know what I mean? It's fascinating to realize how often we you know, when you're working out you're doing something hard and you're holding your breath and you know, it's just breathe. My advice to everybody. Yeah, this is one of my favorite words. I think probably in this whole whole book. Wow. And so Kerry what what do you have to pull? We've already mentioned your your podcast in another room where can people find you on social? What have you got? They can find me on the YouTube. I have a channel called random and confusing and there's a there's a web series on there called cat spiration. I have another web series that is on just a generic YouTube channel. That isn't strong. Name that's called lunch break Star Wars. Come on IMDb. My last name is spelled w i e d e r i before e and Kerry is k e r r y. I have Instagram. I don't use it these days I have I'm on Twitter a lot. So yeah, hit me out. Find me. Let's connect and talk about words. We love and hire her for your next project. If you off if you have something. Oh, yeah, I'm not seeing I lacked I'll direct I'll do whatever you want children you a jingle. I'll write you a jingle Rachel whole song. You know, I got time on my hands. Somehow. I'm more busy I think with three podcast that's that takes up. Well, that's like a whole part time job right there in addition to my full-time job. Wow. Jeez, Louise will more power to you keep breathing their Spencer. It's fun reading. Yes, and I do find that I often hold my breath and I'm like, what what you do and just breathe just breathe. Yeah. Yep. Yeah. All right. Well, we are going to end this episode there and then we are going to record a patreon exclusive. So if you want to go hear hear us talk about a word will probably do at least one more in the future as well because they carry she's got some words that she likes and we're going to talk about them, so she loves words. So thank you very much for listening and until next time. This is Spencer and Carrie. He's talking about words in the dictionary. Goodbye..
"wieder" Discussed on The Dictionary
"I the only way we're going to know Spencer is to try one, but they look very form-fitted almost as if they had been made for custom made for that person's chest that makes sense. I'm imagining this as something that you might see on like a super heroes costume. Yeah, okay, but those are more like latex e and this is more so it's hard. Like I said, it looked like a molded plastic kind of yeah. Yeah guessing it was made he molded it off of their jobs because they were very form-fitting but you know, yeah, I have mixed feelings about this. It's it's it's it's intriguing it. I don't know. I maybe we should call Tom and have them on the dictionary show have them explain his Blue Plate if you can get a hold of him, I I would do that. Yes. Okay. Okay. I'll see what I can do. All right. We are going to move on to the word birth. Is Eliezer Capital breathalyzer? This is a trademark and it is used for a device that is used to determine the alcohol content of a breath sample not to get too personal but have you ever had to take a breathalyzer? I do don't think I have now that you asked me that but wait a minute you said it was a capital B and it's a trademarked word. So it's like Kleenex and frisbee, right? I had no idea. I didn't know it was a capital B. Yeah, I think I did either I actually did use a breathalyzer once I'll see if I can give the short story of this. I was not drinking. I have to put that right up at the front office. I was driving I was not drinking but I was driving some people who had been drinking and I accidentally I didn't have my lights on. I turned them on too late ma'am. A cop saw that and of course, it was a Saturday night and a small college town and a cop saw that and pulled me over and and said, you know, I smell some alcohol and of course it wasn't me and they said would you be willing to take the laser test? And I said, yes, I absolutely would because I knew that I had not been drinking. So of course it was fine and I went on my Merry way, but that was the one time that I ever had to take a breathalyzer and would make you also do the touch your nose and count backwards and no I think because I had agreed to the breathalyzer and it came out, you know negative or zero or whatever then they're like dead. He's fine. No need to pursue that further. Okay. So the moral of the story is don't drink and drive exactly, please please and thank you. Do not do that. Yes. Yes, ma'am. All right. Well we are on our last word but there's a whole bunch of definitions for it is the word breathe breathe. That one has any this song. A verb from The 14th Century. We are starting with the intransitive definitions. So let's just get into it won a huge draw air into and expel it from the lungs and a synonym. I don't think I'm really familiar with this word. It is respire respire. I'm sure I've heard it but it's not a bulb is used desperation. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah, okay and then it just says broadly to take in oxygen and give out carbon dioxide through natural processes cuz that is what the body does one be to inhale and exhale freely. Number two. We just have the synonym live just lived in breathing 3A is obsolete to emit a fragrance or another this is interesting fragrance or Aura a u r a dog. A lot of people say people they can see auras around the body. I don't think that's exactly what they're talking about. But something related similar, but of course, this is an obsolete form of this. So, you know people don't really get it in that way anymore there. We have three be to become perceptible be expressed as in a personality that breathes and that distinguishes his work and that is a quote from Bennett shift Schiff number for to pause and rest before continuing 5 to blow softly 6 to feel free of restraint as in needs room to breathe. We all need room to breathe these days home number seven is talking about wine to develop flavor and Bouquet by exposure to are are you are you a Wine Drinker by any chance? I drink Mine, yeah. Yeah. I'm don't really let it breathe. I just open the bottle interesting. Yeah, and I drink cheap wine so sure and I'm at the point in my life as a woman were you know as a younger woman I always pooh-poohed this but yeah, I know I put ice in the white wine. Oh, okay. Okay. Yeah parents do that. Well, we bought one of those small cheap. I can't even think of the appropriate name for it right now. It's the thing that you yeah, you pour the wine into it and pulls the air in it oxygenates it very often. Yes. It's a narrator. Well, it makes this bubbly sound so we always call it the farter. But anyway, so my wife drinks red wine on occasion and every once awhile, we'll do a test. Where We'll Wash poor little bit pre farted as we say, you know before we use the aerator and then we'll pour a little bit afterwards and it really is surprising how much it changes it sort of just rounds it out. It softens it. Yeah, it's pretty interesting and it's sort of just it's quickening the process of making it breathe. I was I thought you were going to say the opposite say yeah, there's really no difference and but okay, you know, it depends on your palate. I don't have a very good palate with wine, but I can even tell a little bit of a difference and I think those who are really experienced with wine can probably notice them more but you know, it's all personal preference if you even which one you put your care. Yeah, or which one you like, I agree. Yes. All right, we've got some more definitions here. We have eight a still in the interest of definitions to permit passage of air or vapor as in a fabric that breeds that's a call back to the word breathable 8B is of an internal combustion engine to use are to support combustion. So now we are moving to the transitive definitions. There's a There's less there's still a bunch 1A to send out by exhaling 1B to instill by or as if by breathing as in breathed life into the movement to to give rest from exertion to 3 to take in in breathing. Now, it has the word in there twice and I'm not sure if that's correct grammatically correct or if that was a mistake to take in in breathing as in breathed the scent of Pines number for to inhale and exhale as in dog with are five a synonyms are utter. That's u t e r and express as in don't breathe a word of it to anyone 5B to make manifest and a synonym is events e v i n c e. I'm not familiar with that word as in the novel breathed. bear and here we go with a couple of phrases breathe down one's neck has two definitions number one to threaten, especially in attack or Pursuit number to to keep one under clothes or constant surveillance as in parents always breathing down his neck breathe easy or breathe easier or breathe easily move or breathe freely while there's four versions of that one..
"wieder" Discussed on The Dictionary
"But I saw something this morning because I woke up thinking about this word breast plate and it said something about it. Not only the twelve Jewels not only represent the Twelve Tribes when they sparkle I should have written this down something like when the gem Sparkle it represents the light of God shining through so that's a great justification to have any kind of sparkly jewelry. You just you know, how long I want to get this bracelet because I want to represent the sparkle of God shining through so, you know, it's it's a good justification. Absolutely. Yeah. Maybe I'll look up the Wikipedia page for this and I'll put that in the episode notes and then we have number three a piece against which a worker is breast is pressed in operating a tool. We're back to the breast drill. Yr off. Quickly, I just interrupted you. I'm sorry, but wow, there it is again twice in one day the breast drill, huh? And I have a good feeling that that is not going to come up anymore today might not might not you never know. What's I wish I knew that word for when you learned something and then you've never thought you never heard of it before and then it comes up again. I need to Google that word. But do you know what I'm talking about? Yes of all too. Well, I don't know the name of it. But yes, I've experienced that so many times it's like you just learn about a new car type and then you see them all over the place or a new word and then you hit that that has actually happened a lot with me in this book. I all of a sudden, you know, see a word that I just learned there's a name for it. I don't know what it is. But back to breasts were on brass plate, correct? Yes. We just finished breastplate and we are moving onto breaststroke before we move on. Can I just say that I woke up this morning thinking about breast job. And thinking well where they ever worn just for fashion rather than 4 armor. And and I found in this is Faith. I think this would have been very different if Covetous hadn't happened in Tom Ford fashion designer. Tom Ford's recent January 2020 collection wage is January of you know, however many months ago that was nine months ago. He debuted a boob plate shirt that Gwyneth Paltrow modeled off the magazine cover and Zoe Kravitz and Zendaya and they all ends like a molded breastplate but it was called The Boob plate if you Google this Tom Ford 2020 fashion collection made in bright colors, and I think if covid-19 happened this would have really taken off and I'd probably be wearing one right now. You probably maybe would too. I don't know expensive. But yeah. Yeah. I was just going to say I'd probably home. On right now. So was this metal or what was it made out of it looks like some kind. Molded plastic. I don't think it was metal. I don't know how it stayed on some adhesive. I don't know for fashion. Maybe it's just adhesive. But yeah, just go go ahead and perhaps in the bag could be could be strapped. Yeah, but Tom Ford was trying to make a foray Into the Blue Plate fashion and then covid-19 along and four times. I can't believe that he called it home plate. I don't know if he did. That's the thing. I don't see. I don't know if he called it that or if the Press dubbed it that so sure you know how that happens a breastplate not for any practical purposes other than fashion fashion. It's all about fashion. Yeah. All right. We are moving onto breaststroke one word. Now off from 1867 a swimming stroke executed in a prone position by co-ordinating a kick in which the legs are brought forward with the knees together and the feet are turn. Turned outward and whipped back with a Glide and a backward sweeping movement of the arms and breaststroker is a noun. I was never really a great swimmer. I could sort of get by I but I I had a hard time coordinating all the pieces the legs the arms and then getting your your mouth out of the water to breathe. I just I couldn't do it. I couldn't do it. What about you poem? Well, I was a swimmer just just recreationally. I was a regular just you know, I competed I don't know three years my sister however was a champion swimmer and breaststroke was the bane of existence. She could swim the back the fly the free she would do the individual medley be leading leading leading and all those, you know, in the in the that engage in I am the the order is butterfly back breast free. So it's the third and the line up and she'd be ahead be ahead be ahead get to breaststroke fall behind. And then have to come back and the freestyle and the last lap and win so it was very dramatic always so yeah for my sister. That's a that's a word that causes dark dark memory. So that that's sad. Yeah, but I mean she was still a champion swimmer. So, you know, it all worked out. I mean, you can't be perfect at everything you can't it's a learning. Something to grow and you know, I think she's she's a better person because of it. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Definitely now, I just read the description of this and I was mistaking it for I guess was the freestyle. Can you can you describe to me better than the book did at which which one is the breaststroke? Well, I was surprised that that definition Didn't contain the word frog in it at all. It's sort of frog you know, how the Frog kicks its legs out to the underwater to the side and brings them in. Yeah. It's like Thursday and in your arms are going in front of you under water and around out and around and back in. Okay there. That's the breaststroke. Yeah when I started thinking about it more thank the one that I sort of thought. That's the breaststroke when I was thinking of I think was the freestyle where you bring your arms forward above your head, you know, kind of the standard under the old fashioned name for it off the crawl stroke. Yeah breaststroke your head is not allowed to go under the water. So interesting. Yeah, you know, you come up to breathe and then you kind of dip your head down a little but the top of your head I at least back in the day when I was swimming if I remember correctly your head cannot go all the way under the water or you will get disqualified and I guess that makes sense because once you go back Water all the way you I guess you probably have less drag or something you're able to swim further faster..
"wieder" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerds welcome to another special episode of the dictionary as you saw in the title. It is special because I have a guest today. My guest is Kerry wieder. She is an actress out of La she was actually interviewed on my wife's podcast, which I've mentioned a couple of times horse talk or because she was just in a brand new horror podcast called faith in another room, which I actually just finished listening to yesterday. So Kerry, how you doing? I'm doing great and I have to tell you the horse talk horror Duo made me an honorary horror. Yes. Oh absolutely email and I was over the moon so that I gotta add that on my resume that I am hungry for once once the show is an IMDb. You can make it official you kind of made yourself an honorary horror because you went ahead and made yourself a whole little jingle for one of the types of episodes that we do over over here home. So which we of course fell in love with immediately after we heard at the tidbits of Terror. So yes, you had some Tara and so apparently according to you because I wasn't sure that I ripped this off from from one of the whores. They were they were calling it hodgepodge of horror when they were just talking about various horror stories. And then I said, I don't know if I stole this from you but I like the name tidbits about error and they loved it and you were the one who said I made that up cuz I wasn't sure I didn't go back and listen to the episode. No, no, yes. Yes. Sorry I misheard you but yes, you you did make that up. None of them had claimed that wage. That was all you I'm so proud of myself and then I wrote and I said, you know, I'm going to write you a jingle. I've never written a jingle before but I have written a few songs and I love to be silly and record and play music and do whatever else and so I went in the closet and I recorded a couple of vocal tracks and I got a a lid from a pot and a wooden spoon to do the percussion job. Yeah, and I I just said it's going to be simple and it's going to be weird and I think I really lived up to that you one hundred percent nailed it. Yeah, it is short and weird and hilarious and perfect. Yeah. Yeah. I'm getting more humorous reaction. I was like, wait a minute. I'm trying to be scary but I think that you've kind of is a little scary. But yeah, it does have a Muppets flavor to it and you know, but there there's definitely some scary elements in their Hood. Oh bless you bless you for saying that now we're going to talk about words today. I can't wait. Yes. I'm a word lover. I'm a word lover. That's awesome. And I wanted to say also to any of you who are non patrons of my patreon, which is everybody except one guy. What's his name? Do you know? Can you say Christophe Kristoff is his name with a K know with a c it's like Christopher, but without the herb and so I am very grateful to him and he is going to get a patreon exclusive home. With Kerry, we're going to record that after we record this one. He's got another one just a few days ago. So if anybody is interested in hearing some of these exclusives they can go over to patreon and they you know, they gotta make sure that they they joined at the right tear but if they join it a lower-tier, they still get episodes super early one one week to week three weeks early. Wow. Yeah. Definitely. I I try and stay pretty far ahead. Wow, and is do we know is Christoph American is he German? What do we know? I don't know. Oh, that's the beauty of of the internet and this this whole thing is that people can be anywhere. It's amazing all around the world. Yeah. Wow. Okay, shout out to Christoph. Absolutely. All right, let's talk about words. I write our first word is is breast drill before looking at the definition. I can I think safely say I have never heard of this before. It's just two words spelled the normal way breast and drink. This is a noun from 1857 a portable drill with a plate that is pressed by the breast enforcing the drill against the work. So if I guess it has a special plate on it, but it sounds like this is something that when you're drilling into something that's very very tough. You need that extra body weight behind it to get it through the wall or whatever it is. Have you do you have any experience with a breast drill? I do not I would have to say that now that drills are they like pneumatic or electrical that right? I'm hoping you don't need this. Anyway. Yeah sounds very dangerous to me when you're putting your body weight on something that has a sharp object on the end. Yes. I'm just going to say no to getting a breast drill. I don't know. It just sounds dangerous. Yeah, I can't imagine these exist anymore. I do remember when I was a kid. I don't know why but my dad had some very old hand-cranked drill team. Was even the kind where you instead of cranking it? Like I guess vertically you'd crank it horizontally like the middle part sort of jutted out to the side and you'd crank it that way. So this wage obviously before you know, portable drills had electricity kind. Yeah. Yeah, which made great sounds absolutely except when it's at the dentist's office. Yeah, but I digress yeah so breast. You'll never heard of it don't want to ever use one but it's a thing apparently and thank you for teaching me about it. Thank you to the book for teaching both of us off. So our next one is breastfeed two words with a hyphen. This is a verb from 1903 to feed a baby from a mother's breast. And that was the birth of definition and then the intransitive definition is to breastfeed a baby. Obviously. This has been in I don't want to say the news but it's been it's been in our thoughts. Discussion for the last probably ten twenty years at least people people complaining that there are women publicly breastfeeding which is absolutely ridiculous. They should have no problems. It's still considered scandalous. It's Absolutely. I actually just saw picture yesterday online of a woman breastfeeding her baby with a cover of some kind over her head and you know took it could have been a stage photo but somebody said they told her to cover up and so she put a cover over her own head and the baby. I love it. I want to say something but now I was looking at the word you sent me yesterday and The Hyphen didn't sit right with me. And so I I Googled it and it is no longer - it's interesting. I yeah. Yeah. Yeah, it's it's considered one word from my very brief research. I just I was like, I don't remember I don't recall the hyphen. So I Googled it and saw that it was it was sites. Just I only I didn't do a deep dive but in the first page of citations, it was one word compound word breast feed. That's really interesting. Yeah. I mean this book is only like six years old dog. I guess it it hopefully is updated in the new version. Yeah, it doesn't seem like there should be a hyphen. That seems odd. Yeah, so I just want to tell you that but yeah, let's just say thumbs up to breastfeed think it's natural. You should be able to do it where you want and it's the corporations that had people thinking it was bad because they wanted to sell their formula. I'm just saying that yeah, I do do love seeing those knitted hats that that people have made for babies that look like an exposed breast Sonos know you should look those up there pretty funny. Oh boy. That's funny. All right, we are going to move onto breastplate. This is all one word noun from The 14th Century. We have three definitions for this one. Number one a usually metal plate worn as a defensive armor for the breast and then it tells us to see the armor illustration which I described in much detail way back in the A's and then number two off a vestment corn. Sorry with you described it in the A's with what word the word armor. Oh armor got it. So back in the A's yeah at the word armor. They had a a whole illustration that had probably like ten or fifteen descriptions or or the words the names of the all the pieces of armor parts. Got it. Got ya. Okay or interrupt. No. No, that's fine. So number to get a vestment worn in ancient times by a Jewish high priest and set with 12 gems bearing the names of the tribes of Israel. I am half Jewish and I dog Not know the names of the tribes because I was not really raised religious whatsoever. Do you happen to know what those are I.
"wieder" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerds welcome to another special episode of the dictionary as you saw in the title. It is special because I have a guest today. My guest is Kerry wieder. She is an actress out of La she was actually interviewed on my wife's podcast, which I've mentioned a couple of times horse talk or because she was just in a brand new horror podcast called faith in another room, which I actually just finished listening to yesterday. So Kerry, how you doing? I'm doing great and I have to tell you the horse talk horror Duo made me an honorary horror. Yes. Oh absolutely email and I was over the moon so that I gotta add that on my resume that I am hungry for once once the show is an IMDb. You can make it official you kind of made yourself an honorary horror because you went ahead and made yourself a whole little jingle for one of the types of episodes that we do over over here home. So which we of course fell in love with immediately after we heard at the tidbits of Terror. So yes, you had some Tara and so apparently according to you because I wasn't sure that I ripped this off from one of the whores. They were they were calling it hodgepodge of horror when they were just talking about various horror stories. And then I said, don't know if I stole this from you but I like the name tidbits about error and they loved it and you were the one who said I made that up cuz I wasn't sure I didn't go back and listen to the episode. No, no, yes. Yes. Sorry I misheard you but yes, you did make that up. None of them had claimed that wage. That was all you I'm so proud of myself and then I wrote and I said, you know, I'm going to write you a jingle. I've never written a jingle before but I have written a few songs and I love to be silly and record and play music and do whatever else and so I went in the closet and I recorded a couple of vocal tracks and I got a a lid from a pot and a wooden spoon to do the percussion job. Yeah, and I just said it's going to be simple and it's going to be weird and I think I really lived up to that you one hundred percent nailed it. Yeah, it is short and weird and hilarious and perfect. Yeah. Yeah. I'm getting more humorous reaction. I was like, wait a minute. I'm trying to be scary but I think that you've kind of is a little scary. But yeah, it does have a Muppets flavor to it and you know, but there there's definitely some scary elements in their Hood. Oh bless you bless for saying that now we're going to talk about words today. I can't wait. Yes. I'm a word lover. I'm a word lover. That's awesome. And I wanted to say also to any of you who are non patrons of my patreon, which is everybody except one guy. What's his name? Do you know? Can you say Christophe Kristoff is his name with a K know with a c it's like Christopher, but without the herb and so I am very grateful to him and he is going to get a patreon exclusive home. With Kerry, we're going to record that after we record this one. He's got another one just a few days ago. So if anybody is interested in hearing some of these exclusives they can go over to patreon and they you know, they gotta make sure that they they joined at the right tear but if they join it a lower-tier, they still get episodes super early one one week to week three weeks early. Wow. Yeah. Definitely. I try and stay pretty far ahead. Wow, and is do we know is Christoph American is he German? What do we know? I don't know. Oh, that's the beauty of the internet and this this whole thing is that people can be anywhere. It's amazing all around the world. Yeah. Wow. Okay, shout out to Christoph. Absolutely. All right, let's talk about words. I write our first word is breast drill before looking at the definition. I can I think safely say I have never heard of this before. It's just two words spelled the normal way breast and drink. This is a noun from 1857 a portable drill with a plate that is pressed by the breast enforcing the drill against the work. So if I guess it has a special plate on it, but it sounds like this is something that when you're drilling into something that's very very tough. You need that extra body weight behind it to get it through the wall or whatever it is. Have you do you have any experience with a breast drill? I do not I would have to say that now that drills are they like pneumatic or electrical that right? I'm hoping you don't need this. Anyway. Yeah sounds very dangerous to me when you're putting your body weight on something that has a sharp object on the end. Yes. I'm just going to say no to getting a breast drill. I don't know. It just sounds dangerous. Yeah, I can't imagine these exist anymore. I do remember when I was a kid. I don't know why but my dad had some very old hand-cranked drill team. Was even the kind where you instead of cranking it? Like I guess vertically you'd crank it horizontally like the middle part sort of jutted out to the side and you'd crank it that way. So this wage obviously before you know, portable drills had electricity kind. Yeah. Yeah, which made great sounds absolutely except when it's at the dentist's office. Yeah, but I digress yeah so breast. You'll never heard of it don't want to ever use one but it's a thing apparently and thank you for teaching me about it. Thank you to the book for teaching both of us off. So our next one is breastfeed two words with a hyphen. This is a verb from 1903 to feed a baby from a mother's breast. And that was the birth of definition and then the intransitive definition is to breastfeed a baby. Obviously. This has been in I don't want to say the news but it's been it's been in our thoughts. Discussion for the last probably ten twenty years at least people people complaining that there are women publicly breastfeeding which is absolutely ridiculous. They should have no problems. It's still considered scandalous. It's Absolutely. I actually just saw picture yesterday online of a woman breastfeeding her baby with a cover of some kind over her head and you know took it could have been a stage photo but somebody said they told her to cover up and so she put a cover over her own head and the baby. I love it. I want to say something but now I was looking at the word you sent me yesterday and The Hyphen didn't sit right with me. And so I Googled it and it is no longer - it's interesting. I yeah. Yeah. Yeah, it's it's considered one word from my very brief research. I just I was like, I don't remember don't recall the hyphen. So I Googled it and saw that it was it was sites. Just I only I didn't do a deep dive but in the first page of citations, it was one word compound word breast feed. That's really interesting. Yeah. I mean this book is only like six years old dog. I guess it it hopefully is updated in the new version. Yeah, it doesn't seem like there should be a hyphen. That seems odd..
"wieder" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Is going to say maybe no spoilers but. Not something that I don't think the writers necessarily planned, but it has something to do with her personality as A. Fist Way and. Yeah, and so it was fun to discover that and to learn more Liliana is not in the original play. So it's fun to learn more about my relationship with her and be like Oh man like. WHOA. Okay when some aspects when we learned this, she's she's dropped the ball in some aspects for life for her passion and So that was fascinating to me and just to work with these people again I ended up, I was going to try to report my lines at home and going to the intimacy thing about this in the sound like we did test in my microphone, it wasn't picking up when I got. Really, close to the microphone and then they sent a microphone over to me and we still weren't getting the sound right. So I had to end up going to them and recording in mid shift recording booths that they put together. But they really did want those moments where I got close to the microphone. It made it really intimate So again, when you talked about how you create intimate stuff during quarantine and covid. Sound. Getting closer in making the vibration more is a way to do it. Is Fascinating, voice is fascinating to me have done a lot of voice training and I, love it I. Love It. That's awesome. Can we ask without too many specifics? Episodes, can we expect for in another room? Oh, there are eight episodes. Yeah okay. I thought that was on the website, but perhaps it's not. Yeah. So for now, there are eight. And You know he says the the voice voiceover guys says from the case files of Wendy Moro and I'm always thinking. Well, this is just one case. So there could be warm hoping that. I was Kinda hoping that two thousand, eight, I want more. For now eight. But and again, it could We've already done a play done podcast females what he could be a different format maybe the real musical I doubt it, but you know. We're own. Who knows but yeah for now eight three have come out. Number four will come out tomorrow and then every. Monday. For the for three four weeks after at. Yeah. Got Another five weeks of new episodes a lot to look forward to lot of rooms. It's a big house. So there are a lot of rooms to to lower in that haunted house for sure you find out why people died in that house so Is that a thing now see again now is that a thing where there are houses were dip over the years several people die you heard of any cases like that Oh sure I mean and plus buildings are old so. You know you'd have to imagine after time. All sorts of stuff has happened. So yeah, that's not that was not like a big suspension of disbelief for me. Like. No, I bought that right away. Yeah. Things like, Oh, come on the ghost would just stay in one room but now not the residual haunting. Okay and yeah, I was just I. This House was built with forget I, think in the in story was built in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds and yeah I think they said seventy four people or something like that have died. So I was like that seems excessive but. I don't I would agree I would agree seventy four is excessive. You know maybe like two or three, you is like the typical. I would say two or three Anna how old you might expect that many seventy four. You're pushing it there. So you're right about that. Okay. Yeah that's almost one a year I know I know it's crazy right so you would think that at some point the city might be like, no, we're GONNA condemn this house because. Nine here. Yeah. So it's really it's a dangerous house to live in. Mindy shall we jump into the lightning round I? Think we should. All right carry. So we are going to do a quick lightning around. So just you know don't really think about it. It's trying to answer these questions as quickly as possible. Right US. All right. So before you did this podcast, did you consider yourself a horror fan? No. No. Not According to not according to what my original definition of four was Gotcha. So what what would you consider to be your favorite horror movie or if you can't think of just one, you can name a few based on your previous. You know criteria of what you thought horror was right right right see I haven't seen that many of the slasher ones but like scary movies. Poltergeist I listen to your episode where you talked about Heather O'Rourke Steph and I was like God. You know I totally was there with Ya I'm a little bit older than you guys. I think I was a little bit older than she was but yet poltergeists that was like. You know. fating with terror, Lan and the TV in come to the lighter lan like what if I got trapped into t need? That was. Creepy. Creepy. Later on ice the movie copycat Kinda ruined me for restrooms in public places like I'm always when I go into a bathroom stall and I know the killer in the next staw. Toilet. Fi like seriously that. That scarred me for Life Jaws I. Saw Jaws I. Don't remember much of it like you know I live by the beach. And they have had a lot of great white sightings lately out there. So does is on my mind quite a bit. Wrong. Yeah. So Yeah Jaws Poltergeist Copycat. Okay. Those are some good ones. Do, you have any favorite podcasts that you listened to. I'm not a big contest person I'm starting to now that I'm. Now, that I'm guessing podcast I I listened to the first season of cereal. I listened to mystery show and loved misery show. I. Wish there was more than one season of that one. I've been listening to this one call. You must remember this these episodes about this woman in Hollywood polly Platt yet. Yeah. Who was married to Peter Bogdonovich and she did all this is crazy all the stuff she didn't. She got no credit for most of it was nutty and her husband cheated on her with civil shepherd. Yeah. So that's and then I now have been listening to you since I knew I was GonNa talk to you. I wanted to know a little bit more about you so started listening to horse talk for. Thank you. Yeah and would you voluntarily spend time in a notoriously haunted and or cursed house if given the chance? No probably, not no. I was thinking about this yesterday because I had a feeling. You might ask me that. No. I'm the Queen Mary boat you know you're on each man you there is haunted and well I don't know if you can now but pre co village, you could go and spend a night one of the haunted rooms. Hi Friend. Who's going to do it? I was like, no, that's not from that stuff. No amount of money would make you change your mind. All was there's money involved. You have to be a lot and it probably be more than what people willing to. Like maybe I'll say I don't know off talking about I'd say ten grand but probably would do it for five grand. Pens..
Several Shrubs That Attract Birds
"A little bit about some of the shrubs that you can plant. It also are favored by the birds. Well there are for many and and a whole bunch of them that I won't get dimension but let's just start with one of my favorites because it is a shrub. It's it's it's scrub in the woods. It is a native as being scrubbing the woods. But then it can be a wonderful small tree when it's out of the woods and standing in the sunshine. The song called Nanny Berry or era would vibe Burnham now the vibe Burnham is a large family of plants there are short round ones there are medium round ones there are call ones. They're they're mostly white flowering or light pink etc A tremendous addition to any landscape using even several of the same species but different names. This one happens to be the nanny berry. Nanny Berry is a native Norwood's it's Fall fruiting the some of the fruit are are wieder persistent. I I suppose if I were to go out and look around now if I knew where to look I would find some of of the nanny berries that have probably been already a deep-rooted if you will However they they have been a big thing there also a big thing in terms of the thickness of the branches? NEIDL mean Well unruly but they're thick enough that a cardinal for example can harbor harbor inside one of them and Build a nest and feel free to fly into the back side of the planet come across internally to the sit there their nest and so on all of which is again fund its food also during some of the year but it's also fun to find plants that Birds Birds will actually live in now. The berries are not well. Let's just go back to the the fact that the berry comes from a a white flowering plant not overwhelmingly exciting and flowers but it does produce berries that are again cranberry size there here. The blue black if you will of a grape there I've bitten into them. They're nothing I'm going to make pie. But at the same time they they are generally of fruit laden plant Robbins and BLUEBIRDS and thrashes cat. Birds Catbird by the way I heard good one. I'm going to call it midsummer for about a three week period now. I think it's a little shorter than the nesting period. But I haven't heard or seen cat birds for many a year and I remember my grandparents farm In the summertime. You you would look around to see where that can't is and you find it to be a burden it does actually meow the same as a cat. But it's just well it's one of those things now. The the nesting sites is another thing going to think about in all of these plants mentioned And then especially into the Nanny Berry as as I spoke I happen to Well grew grew up in a town home but The the circumstances were such that there was a a Shrub of this right outside my bedroom window and each of several years in a row while I was. I don't know anywhere from five to eight or nine years old somewhere there There the would build in in this plant at just about window sill height so a standing inside being careful to peek through the curtains or at least not move them rapidly and scare. You're off the parents. We could watch cardinal nest develop in that trump watch them come to fruition and then all of a sudden in Some three or or so weeks the the parents are pushing the babies out and You hold well in that case you call the neighbors until them to keep their cats inside little little birds could get going and so on so there. There's all kinds of benefits to the bird and then to us because observations. Something like that as a kid. Probably Help Ben me toward a natural oil. We'll call it profession overtime mark and I were talking about profession's taking in some side courses in geology and soils and things like that that seemed like Mickey Mouse Cork compliments to our main in studies. No no not a Mickey Mouse. Course at all we found that out the hard way Tan some other shrubs and might might might be good. Well there are some others and the plain old staghorn supermac which you gotta be careful. Because it'll send out runners up to a considerable distance and pop up new plants Lance you can chop them off. And it's not a big deal the plant itself handle some rugged sites Son Is Best of course and then to the well to the fall. fruiting eating needs of the winter birds and so on is fantastic. But we're for. That is the brilliant red foliage in the fall I don't even know how to describe that read not quite like a stop light but darn close and then it also is forage in terms of fruit for them. Robbins bluebirds thrashes catbird again. Those things will have it in that plant.
"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In fact. His back. Yeah. Very comfortable. I think. Those decisions that we make our or here accused decisions. And it's not just me. It's, you know, it's obviously our horror coordination, and when you bring a guy like Cleveland, and I think the longer you're around him. It's not just the player. It's his work ethic and professionalism, and it's everything is a person and to have your best player. The absolutely what your heart is workers is a great thing to have as a franchise. As the general manager of the bears in the media one final time ahead of the NFL draft which will begin on Thursday. Of course, the bears won't have much action in those first couple of rounds Thursday night and then into the early portion of Friday evening, they won't be picking until round three unless Ryan pace moves up as we discussed yesterday that's possibility because it's kind of been his MO, but he just told you right there. Dan, Wieder with the line of questioning from the Chicago Tribune and Ryan pace told you it will be harder because they don't have a lot of ammunition to move up this year. And there's only so much you can keep. They're only so many years down the road. You wanna keep going right where you're trying to move up. Now that those ones for one because you have to overpay to get one this year. Right. So we'll be just a one twenty twenty one one. It'll be twenty twenty one one in three to be able to move up to a first round pick this year. And if you're not careful you didn't have first round picks for three or four years. It's going to take your up that creek. You don't want the battle of Benchley you end up taking that toll. When you can't replenish your town. Exactly. So I you know, I wouldn't bet Sylviane it as we discussed yesterday. Just because it I wouldn't feel comfortable making that big bet. Because history says he likes to be aggressive, and he does have that mindset that I think he gets from Sean Payton and Mickey Loomis where it's we see an opportunity we're going to go up and get them. We like guy we're going to go up and get them. They do that a lot New Orleans Ryan pace is done on a lot here. So I guess I wouldn't put my hard-earned money on it. I don't know how likely it is. Maybe he moves up slightly or he jumps into the second round moves up a little into the third round. I think all those things around the table jumping into the first round making some sort of a splash for the bears jump into the first round pick selection on on Thursday that price it'll be to price, absolutely. Half the love a guy. I mean, if he's already being picked twenty seven and you fall in love with a guy that's being picked at twenty seven and you want to give up two seconds and some more to jump up. That's the type of gamble. You make he'd better hit you better. When that type of gamble is made and he doesn't hit, but that's a job killer right there. That's what that is better. Get some of your tenure Keller. Well, welcome in on this Tuesday. I'm great. How are you? I wanna thank you for that. Beautiful bottle four roses day. Got me Kim thank the four roses people with a twenty percent ride mash pill. I certainly do appreciate content net. Two hundred hundred fifteen one fifteen seven one kid fifty second one. Yeah. It's gonna get some smack in power man who are going to love love that. Thank you. I appreciate that was nice again hearing all of a sudden, boom there, it is checkout. Carman's Twitter line see some of the stuff that he received for the four roses people out young here card Dhari, Al young Brandon. Ambassador from four roses any signs copies of his new book about the history. Maybe we'll give some away during whiskey still whiskey Wednesday. We give it away. Absolutely. Actually. I was going to be up up city tomorrow for low for something that they got going on. So yeah, maybe we'll do that Montana. Lots today. Jesse Rogers is gonna join us coming up with not Jesse Rogers. Jason Manetti is gonna join us Merck. What are we got on the space in Bonetti from the White Sox? He's a fan of old school baseball hitting hitting people Jason Panetta's Bill. He's not you should've seen him. Go off on that. Oh last week. Not a happy, camper Burke. Most of us weren't Jason Bonetti is going to join us live in Baltimore at the bottom of the hour to talk White Sox baseball. They pounded the os yesterday. Our buddy Jerry Hairston junior, your he'll talk cubs and dodgers with us at one thirty from Los Angeles tilt tonight Karm dodgers in town after taking what took three or four from the brewers. I think over the believe they they've come to the mid west, and they're making some noise. So we will Lasorda comes. That's good for the good. Can you think Tommy still travels now, you know, what that's the guy? You ought to ask about chat have his at at all. You kidding me? Who's eaten when Casey Carmine with Lasorda? Where together all this time of the store. Ella sorta caveat eighty seven or eight right? I took a picture of him through the year after the cubs won the World Series. They were unveiling the banners out in centerfield. And it was like a two hour. Rain delay the game started way late and like in the fourth thing. I said to my buddy is worth my time with sort in the front row, I think he was sounded sleep when I went up to him. He's ninety one guys. I mean, he took the picture though, sharpest attack harm. I always feel like it when the dodgers come to town. We should play the. Yeah. That's true. No, not that. I mean that's funny, but the rant about LA Fe incur, Nevada. I mean, it's it's in Alzheimer is good of a rant as you're ever. Going to hear Chris will have to do some serious editing work, but it is one of the all-time great rants because not only is he just filthy in his language, but the the criticism in the critique of the two other players involved is just priceless. Tommy on ninety one when we had Dean Smith. Jay, okay. Not today. One of those moments last week with Bob Knight talking about yet. He's Merck saying it sounded like you woke them up from the nappy was out of it. He didn't know what was going to be pushing what I'm guessing eighty right doesn't he he's right there. Yeah. He's not shooting pheasant anymore with Dick Cheney. That's for sure. Yeah. He's getting up there. Getting all Jay's Manetti joins us next. Jerry, Hairston talk cubs and dodgers with us coming up at one thirty it's carbon in your own ESPN one thousand..
"wieder" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit
"Sweet spot of comics reading which last from eighty one to eighty four keep up the good work until next time. Regards dion. Thank you, John. And hey, I love the fact that libraries carry a graphic novels both adult and young adult. I check them out all the time. I love seeing my school library where I work with a huge graphic novel section. I love going into my library and seeing it and keep up the good work. You're doing. It's just it's it's such a great thing to see that that live. The library. My my libel. Also. And I'm just so happy to be there every time there, and I'm so happy to see like, you know, you guys really are is really do curate in a way that is really helpful to young people. All right. So he doesn't Facebook comments as well on episode ninety one JD of Wieder he of various podcasts, which I sorry, Dave. I don't know which one you've got going under. There's the the daredevils podcast for while. You have the Dave I don't know which one is active in which one isn't I'm behind on these things probably because I should stop listen to political conspiracy podcasts and true crime podcast in me. Listen to the ones that my friends produce. Anyway, he says I consistently Ajoy the Showtime, but this would be the absolute best year ever vade. Tidies titans. Eighties. Pop will next level. Awesomeness bryant. He said agree with him. I I really had fun. Putting that together. I long. Ago had decided that if I were ever to do titans index show. That's basically what I would have been doing. And that's really the reason. I don't do a titans index show aside from the fact that I think there's at least one out there. But that as much as I loved that episode. I shall listen to that episode like two or three times at least twice I never listened to my more than once after they drop because I always give one more. Listen to see if there's anything that got really screwed up to be completely honest with you. I listened to it twice because I enjoyed it that much I had such fun putting it together. But I will tell you it took a very long time to pick the music clips to just it was just it was a labor, and that's why I was like, you know, what this is why I don't do it. I mean, maybe I'll do another segment of of comics down the line, very similar to that. Or something with the titans with the eighties or something. But but thank you. I'm really glad that I got some positive feedback. Michael Bailey message. Me a couple of times and city really really enjoyed it. And I really appreciate that. Because that was really fun to do. I got a couple of Facebook comments, or at least his comment on my episode ninety two which is V H history. And the first one is from Luke check Nettie, he said, he really enjoyed this episode, Tom we were early VHS adopters, plenty of blank, VHS tapes that I recorded stuff on that plenty of Batman the animated series x men powering and other kids stuff, but also plenty of movies off HBO. And of course, lots and lots of wrestling still have some of them kicking around in my bonus room. But my love VHS is well established on a side note, my kids love the Garfield hovel holiday specials. We'd watch Halloween pretty much every year after trick or treating then thanksgiving in the evening after Turkey Christmas mixed in with the dozen or so other Christmas specials. Yeah. I love the Garfield Christmas. It's so good. Luke. Luke does number really good shows the. Earth destruction directive podcast. He and his brother Jason are huge wrestling fans. And it's always great to talk to see what he's got going. So check him out of run teacher freaks speaking to true freak. She got gene Hendricks. He says it doesn't matter when I watch an old Christmas special. But I always expect to see this commercial during it probably because it was shown just about every special that we take for later. Ewing. Now, dan. They will be reading checkers three you can never. Cute. Address window. I didn't do it. There will be..
"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"They're ready to roll. I think they're gonna win mcgarth. I'm what you just said. Lewis Taylor Gabriel. Anthony miller. Allen Robinson all were full participants. Today. Jackson did not practice, but Dan Wieder right for the Tribune joins us quite often said the belief in the building is they're very optimistic that they have a plan to get him to sign day. So he can play. Yes. I mean, that's that's awesome. I mean there there you have maybe one of the most instinctive playmakers in the NFL, which is actually what you need in centerfield, especially against the offense. That has such RPO capability you need guys were smart guys. We can play with great is going up against the team that has run RPO's heavily bald repetoire what they can go to and a quarterback. He's gonna watch it down the field. A few times you gonna take some shots. A big man to alshon we need that centerfield. It's a great. It's a great match up. And I'm telling you, it's it's a great matchup for their front. Seven seven against it gets Phillies a lot, and I like their ability to make Philly one dimensional because the one thing I know that they worry about the fact that they don't have a consistent. They don't have a running game. They can count on Billy literally have to outplay call you and half out scheme. You it really does call on Doug to be on it point four seven in the context of a football game and make many many many more good calls and bad 'cause they're not better than other teams player for play against Chicago. Darn for aren't going to be better than them player for player. So this is gonna be a chess match up a magnet at the highest degree between Doug and big Fangio. And then on the other side. Like, I said, I'm Mitch. Be prepared brother prepared for some heat and make a because I'm in. I'm Jim Schwartz. I'm coming. I'm bringing it. And I'm putting it on you. So. I'm amped up, man. Yeah. Houston on Friday. Good to go. See the playoff game when it'd be the wildcard game Saturday, we get to fly back. And then this is gonna be it's gonna be wild lose a couple of things. First of all, I think we've learned over the course of this year. I don't care who you are. You're the Vikings are are your the Rams if you come to town, and you're not ready to go offensively. Your your your T's crossed your eyes are dotted and most importantly, your chinstrap, isn't buckled. This defense will take your football manhood away from you. I don't get the sense that that's the case with the eagles. Maybe it's because they're you know, how the, you know, their makeup is maybe it's because of their Super Bowl you win last year. And and who they are a is that accurate and b how much of that experience gives Doug Peterson maybe a potential edge over Matt. Because Matt hasn't been there. Sure, the great how about you know, in football parlance. Right. You gonna pump eagles. Exactly, there's no there's no there's none of that. There's no punks on that team. They're not gonna come out there. And all of a sudden the crowds loud the cold Soldier Field. And in the bears are out there. They're not all of a sudden, they go home though, you know. No. That's not what's gonna happen. They they have grown men on that team who are who have tasted championships or championship. So they'll be ready to vote now whether or not you can go ahead and overtime beat them down and Szekely win the game. That's another issue. I mean, it's been proven you could do that to them, but they will play. They will fight to the death and Doug is very composed. Very even keel one of the cool, calm collected personalities in the NFL. He doesn't get rattled. And he will be in. You'll be on it. He will give it his best that he will pull out every stop people play every percentage in order to give get his team to come out on top as far as Matt concerned as far as the bears are concerned. You know, you, you know, how you know. Matt sounds when when you're talking to him and how he comes off, you know, his his genius in his consistency in his steadiness. And he understands he's not a guy who's gonna get too amped up either. He's not a guy who's gonna let the moment gets too. Big. You hope that he's able to make just great calls and stay within himself and not try to get to cute like sometimes coordinators, do and do something that would hurt his football team in put his football people too bad position. Just because he wants to show, Doug. You know? I I got one better call you. I got one more call I can make the make. And I don't think he'll do that. I really don't. It's always it's always interesting. You I worked in Philly, and I was on the headset. And as a as an advance scout we to be on the headset, we communicated with the offense the coaches, tell them what personnel coming into the game with the deepest coaches to let them know what personnel was coming into the game. So they can make calls that was the cool thing about being exposed there. So I sat in the box. I saw how Doug Peterson what I know how Matt Nagy as I know how these guys are. And you can get amped up to the point where you know, that my I was making any hall in my heart was racing a thousand miles an hour at the beginning of the game. Because you know, the beginning of a game is so fast. Everything's kristen. So things moved twice as fast and people are changing. Personnel. Just to try and take advantage of the other person's nervous this early in the game and play. Services. These two guys are as coolest can be. They really are. I think after those I fifteen ten fifteen twenty plays settling it's gonna be a tremendous tremendous test match that I don't think experience is going to have anything to do with. Okay. So I apologize for being a jerk ahead of time. But not to jeopardize your friendship with either. Who's a better play caller and schemer is it. I'm not doing it. Okay. Will I will tell you that. I will tell you. How are they different? How they better I saved his both interesting, man. I know. I would say now Doug is probably a little more risky willing to take risk. I mean, he's earned it really at this point. Right. He's not really he's not afraid. They one of the most aggressive analytics driven decision making teams in the NFL. So that was gonna take some risks as far as situationally. He's gonna take some risks. Matt. Has. Better speed better explosive playmaking and Billy at is disposal. He may be the one who's a little bit more. Pull out something pretty tricky. Right. He may try he tried to get quote, unquote, cute. So you would I let let let me just put it that way. Yeah. Who's the better? And they both know who I'm gonna pick both know that they both know who pick as a matter of fact would tell you he liked when I picked against them because I picked against them all last year I picked against the Super Bowl and he's like keep doing it. Yeah. Please keep picking against the easy. Al is just to say Andy rates better than all of them. Right. Well, I'll tell you. What was interesting though exam. Yeah. These these are both counted, obviously, India's to human as though any a great listener is what he is. He's a great collector of information and take a little bit here. Taking one of the key really is a great collector of information and. Relies a lot on his assistance to really help him with that. And he has great timing too. Great timing as far as when the pool what? And I it's cool that for me personally, remember that I used to sit in a meeting with every Monday night about seven o'clock six thirty seven o'clock until and I remember seeing Andy sit in the back of the room he'd have his habit and have the folder that put together. I never seen. Doug. I believe he used to sit right to my right? Matt Houston, sits in my left along with David Kelly, mardi more one Casteel. To look at me. And they'd be like Andy would be like go ahead. And I used to have to give a report on the on opposition. And they would take you know, four five. That's all anyone say, okay, go sit there and look over the top of the things he writing furiously and all the coaches would look at me and look down and right. And they look at me, I'm telling you what there's a lot of brain power involved with those three guys. They're all right where they deserve to be. And I it's going to be cool for me to watch him to very very cool story just to listen to it. I wanna get to some some NFL matters. But I the first one involves the bears because they're gonna be teams coming to town. If the bears are still alive to talk to Vic Fangio, we know this. We know that they're going to interview him. How likely easy going to get a job as a head coach, and what is Adam gays doesn't get another head coaching job could the pairing Vic Fangio in Adam gays who worked together in the past intrigued team more. Yeah. I think the interesting thing was Vic is one that people are willing to put aside, you know, what their preconceived notions are of what? Potentially successful. Head coaches is supposed to look like that. He has just as good of a chance of landing jobs anyone and by that. I mean does he have to be in his thirties and forties and got to be offense oriented, and has does he have to have come from the tree that has that is absolutely proven rock-solid that they can you know, that they can be top five office. And maybe the coaches want to see. But what if you're able to look at this, very organically, objectively and understand that and get a feel for what's is as a leader as a teacher, not just players in other, but of coaches themselves, and I think most importantly for him. And this is why I say, I kind kinda like I I started to wonder about this when I put my general managers had on when you're talking about hiring the coach who as a defensive back. Here's the higher opposite coordinator that will score points. And all owners are very intrigued and very demanding. We want production on offense. So if you're gonna hire opposite coordinator, the one thing you have to I mean, the deepest coach when he hires offense coordinator, one of the things you have to worry about as an owner and general manager is if we hire a great, no offense coordinator, the likelihood is he's gonna be poached from me pretty so if I'm hiring the right guy, and then you start over again and find another guy or US have a quarterback coach with party control guy, who's using just keep moving up the ranks or running back to wherever it is. You you always gonna maybe be on that carousel..
Sponsors flee Tucker Carlson's show over immigration comments
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"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I guess I'm the old man. Maybe all of us here the station as we were discussing you're in cross talk yesterday. I don't feel that bears fans need to be encouraged to make noise the way they were with the air horn, the air raid siren and everything on Sunday night. But we're all people call them and said shut up old, man. That's fun. I I don't I don't know seems like Tampa Bay to me. But okay, whatever works for people if you need it. So be it. I do wonder though, doesn't league say you can't pipe in sound after a certain time. Did we ever get clarification on that? I thought it was at the beginning of the play. Be quiet when they come to the line of scrimmage should be quite because that certainly was not the case at hall break the huddle as you break, Donald. Yeah. There's supposed some pipe dad, man. I ain't in common in western. I what what wise the music store. Dan, Wieder covers the bears in the Tribune covers the bears in the NFL for the Chicago Tribune is at ten Wieder and joints carbon in your co. Now on ESPN one thousand you hear anything about the league saying, hey, oh, you got to cut that noise off once the team breaks the hot because a few times there they were dangerously close that noise being played even as the ball was being snapped Sunday night. Nafta go back play by play and figure out if there were any times where they were sort of towing the line between where the the league rules are and what they should be doing. I'm with you though. I I'm not sure why there was such a concerted effort Sunday night to go to such lengths to pull out bells and whistles and to try to use gimmicks. And to try to rally this crowd in a way that was embarrassed fan. I'd be a little bit insulted that we couldn't make enough noise on her own and we needed air raid sirens, and we needed a PA guy before every play to tell us not only get loud, but stay loud. I it seemed a little bit much on Sunday night. And we'll have to see if they pull back on that at all this this weekend on the Packers coming out. Yeah. I just I don't know that it's all that necessary. I mean, and I'm not trying to be the old fuddy duddy. But I I just I guess they had more faith in bears fans. I think it's it's it's loud, isn't it? When the teams in the play matters, the place still gets loud. That that's that's my point karma. And I think you know, this obviously started early last week 'cause Matt Nagy was obviously using this as message in all throughout last week. He kept talking about fan talking about the fans talking about the fan talks about after the game gave the fans a ceremonial game ball in the locker room. So it was obviously a concerted effort on behalf of the coaching staff team of the organization to make this part of their messaging. But I'm with you. When this team is good when they're in first place when they're playing big games that place gets. Well, yes, it hasn't been loud for the last half decade because they've been in last place for most of the last half decade. And so now, maybe there's a a little bit of a relearning process going on there that the fans can't believe in the team and can't understand that they're backing that that ranks. But we'll see where it heads from here when you're playing for a home game for a division crown. And when you're still in the running even though it's a little bit of a long shot, but still in the running for a first round bye in the NFL plops. I'm not sure you need extra motivation. If they did they got it because it happen. To be Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and team that dealt them a pretty humbling humiliating loss in week. One this sets up perfectly for the bears on Sunday afternoon, doesn't it? They remember they remember those feelings of thirteen fourteen weeks ago when Aaron Rodgers toward their heart out, and obviously he's been doing that for a very long time. And so when you look at this season to the big picture lands. You see all these hurdles that they've kind of had a clear one at a time. I it was they hadn't won three games and forever while they got their three game winning streak. They check that box. Then it was can they compete in the division again. Well, they go out and they win those three division games in twelve days. And prove that yes, they can win those damn then it was can they compete with the big boys. The NFC can they win big games on primetime stages? They beat the Vikings and the Rams on Sunday night football. And so the next little check the next box to check for them on their checklist is getting over this Green Bay hurdle. Getting Aaron Rodgers and defense is twenty motivated to go out and put it best before this weekend's both of those quarterbacks were terrible in that game on Sunday night. I don't care about my concern is about Trubisky. How concerned are you? I'm concerned about Trubisky. I'm concerned about this offense as a whole, you know, I tweeted this morning that you could see this team with the way they're playing defense right now winning multiple playoff games and making a run in January, and you could see them going right through the trap door in the opener and losing by ten to fourteen points, if their offense doesn't clean things up. I think it's been six games out of thirteen this year at the offense has failed to reach twenty points. If that's not reading concern. I don't know. What is obviously his game. Sunday night was his worst at a year throws were sailing. He he didn't look comfortable, if you're the bears, you hope that that a big chunk of that was rust, but I think a big chunk of it was also Wade Phillips and some of the looks and the is he threw at Mitch Mitch wasn't ready for and didn't adjust and adapt accordingly and it resulted in a waffle game. I if the bird defense doesn't come up and basically gift that team five points with a safety and an interception that set up a field goal drive. We're talking about this offense being a disaster. Managing only. Ten points in the game. And and Mitch being terrible. And they're so fortunate and Mitchell so fortunate to be partnered with a defense. That's this good. That's sort of takes that pressure off and become such a safety net. When he has terrible games like Sunday night. I get the Rams have been run on most of the year. But was that the silver lining that Jordan Howard finally goes over one hundred they rush for five point five clip. Can they do more of that in these last couple of weeks, or again, I think it's partially matchup related, and I think Matt's awesome things with the Rams worth doing defensively that was challenging him to commit to the run. And and wait till saying listen, we're gonna we're gonna do some things plus to your quarterback. And we're gonna dare you to try to do something haven't done all year and commit to your running backs and commit to putting the ball. In those running back champion showed up yards and ended the bears credit. They did so successfully on Sunday night. And then we'll see what the game plan is Sunday against the Packers. It's in their toolbox. They they can get to it when they need to get to it. We'll just have to see how it kind of fits each week with the puzzle that that comes at Nagy joke to do you.
Mitchell Trubisky of Chicago Bears -- Arm sleeve a must after 6-touchdown game
"And Mitch Trubisky going superstitious he had the six touchdown game with his sleeve which he wore because he had a cut on his arm from our guest. Stand here. Let's hear from Mitch. And we'll go to then we'll go to Dan Wieder, who's it hells hall, but this is from Trubisky today and continuing to wear that lucky slave, I'm unaware that. I'm gonna arm saving on this weekend. So last week. I had a little cut arm of a couple of weeks ago. And then it reopened against Arizona. Like
"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Couple of moments thank you Anthony Rizzo dann Wieder Jesse Rogers producers executive producer, Danny associate producer Chris black Jordan it'll be. Back from his, golf outing for his. Late. Brother. Yesterday, in. Cincinnati. So he will be here adding on Thursday so looking forward all of that And you guys have. A wonderful. Day. Today Gandhian Chris you. Do the same cab, have fun with, Bud Selig since. Carmen in Europe aren't here would you like to do our impression of them, and just yell at each other yes you're. Wrong Danny what, would you say You're not listening I'm going in the other, room you're not listening captain did he not say trade Brian did he say listening? You're, not listening. No, one's listening to me That was so great yesterday Sam in Indianapolis. Hey Sammy what's up sparky How you doing sparkles? That you guys are a lifesaver first off 'cause I. In a car all, day in different states and do you guys I keep. You guys on the, app, all the time so So hey real, quick I watched the game the other night. Bodey off you know great you guys see that when they were spending the crowd and, then span in the the nets players, they kinda focused in on Harper and I felt like I kinda saw. Something I don't know? If he was looking at the fans or. The replay on the Jumbotron but kind of looked? Like to me he. Wants to be a part of what was going on over there what do you think I think Bryce opera wants. To play here I do believe that will they get that, done that's a, different story, that's a totally different thing because you got to, remember the cubs payroll right now is near hundred ninety million dollars they still gotta get raises factored in for arbitration eligible guys like Kris Bryant Kyle. Hendricks Kyle Schwarzer havi by as Addison Russell Wilson contrary. Then you got raises, that are built into certain contracts that you know they've. Already Got entered into like Anthony Rizzo so? They don't have much? Coming? Off the books now after next year? Ben, zobrist, money comes. Off the books that's substantial two more years John, Lester money, comes. Off the books so do they go into luxury tax mode for a year or two knowing there's. Other money coming off the books, maybe but I think they've got also know. They can get Bryant re-signed they've got to know they can get by as re-sign could, trace re-sign Hendrick there's a lot of, money coming off the coming out of the till over the next few. Years yeah but if? He wants to come can we lower it. A front end little lower and obviously you know? Ramp it up on. The tail end or a second or third year I think they'll try and do that I think if if the. Guy I think they will try and make a move but, where are you, planning him, Jason Harrod's not going anywhere so are you moving, Hayward to center are you playing Bryant right are you trading Schwarzer and putting Harper And left got a number of questions Yep All. Right thanks a. Lot you guys are. Lifesaver you're the, man, Sam keep the ring on the road..
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"Seven. Yards two touchdowns but also threw an interception Broncos head coach. Vance Joseph would not rule out Kelly getting second team reps this week at Broncos. Practice Josh Rosen saw his first preseason action for the cardinals last night in a twenty four to seventeen win in limited action Rosen what six of thirteen for forty one yards and the other side for the chargers former.
"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"His wrist injury because I was now Lacquer and. So he came in and he came up to, the window him, and, his, brother and, he ordered. A peanut. BUSTER Parfait I remember that and he goes to pay before and I go no sir your money your money Your money this, is, like, I'm like, nineteen authority Does doesn't he had it. You know what he had to make good register so then. He took the twenty and just put it in we had a tip company. Just set it down on. The tip. Govern. Goes that's. For you guys done that's awesome great that's awesome you like to hear the superstars tip because, we've had. A, lot of superstars in our town not tip yes so so you like the good tipping story dann Wieder is pulled up a chair from the Chicago Tribune covered the game yesterday has. Been covering all the activities? Here in canton today what was your first job did you ever work in the fast? Food industry or did you first. First real job, and then I worked Radio's pizzeria in Niles answering phone oh yeah folding pizza boxes. And doing that stuff so, the waiters there? If they were getting hungry abate. Told me to screw up in order and then some nice. Eat it right so they would come in and say hey we're getting a. Little Hungary why don't you. Why don't. You. Mess up. Pizza here feed the staff night I had a comparable caddy job but then my other job, was to. Put, lead-based paint on cinder block walls inside my father's a shop the machine shop that he used to have in run so yeah this is a good reason why act the way I. Do there you go yeah? Did you like I didn't I never liked caddying because I felt like you had do? Kiss up too much You know in that. Your camp was? Based too much on their their golf? Game if they played. Poorly they were mad at you, and they weren't fun to be around and then you got you suffered in your tip as well I, was probably like thirteen the first time ever went out. And, I, remember leaving the guys.
"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Going to play was this mean for your secondary so i'm open to all ideas i think if you call yourself off you're making a mistake because we how funny is this i saw dann wieder sent this to us in our group text this morning all the people last year that killed the saints for taking marshon lattimore right right come on you know you don't know for sure no was up there was a parade in this town for kevin white he's playing four or five games so let's see what happens shady if they do take nelson i can you almost guarantee that ryan pays will say look we selected him as a guard yeah and we're not we don't have these grandiose plans that he's going to automatically slide into a tackle spot down the road well no i i would no i think that i would play him a guard this year sure and then bobby massey's contract is up after the season we'll see how it goes with massey if he's just kind of average you then can move nelson out to tackle to right tackle i think they're i think this is i think this is a pick that makes sense for the bears on multiple levels my opinion but also like roquan smith to that's a pick that makes sense to me there's a lot of picks that makes sense so that's why i think at number eight if these quarterbacks go the bears are going to have a good player fall into their laps jay you're the man makes sure the bears feed you properly tonight kim oh they always do listen it's a it's a big party at halas hall it's going to be a great next couple of days and and we'll see what happens tomorrow i bet at this point tomorrow we'll be talking about them having picked a pretty good player that hope we can help this team in a very difficult nfc north sea powell have fun by guys say city areas the great jeff dickerson and crosstown classic just two weeks.
Carl, New York and Roberta Flack discussed on WDRC
"Council synthetic marijuana leading to several deaths in the state of illinois and the illegal drug is not just causing an issue there it's called k to fake wieder spice batches have it's sold in illinois led to three people dying in recent weeks one hundred forty one people got sick some suffering with severe bleeding from the eyes or ears health officials saying it was tainted with rat poison now the wisconsin state health department says they've had three people get sick from fake weed in the milwaukee area in maryland four people got sick but the baltimore sun says there is in confirmation yet if the fake we they use contain poison there have also been reports of people getting sick from synthetic marijuana recently in indiana and missouri joel nato fox news fallen firefighters honor for their bravery hours ota a life sized statue on vale just outside phoenix remembering nineteen who became known as the granite mountain hotshots who died battling a wildfire five years ago it's located in the parking area park where a trail leads the spot where the men were trapped there was only one survivor of that team that member was stationed elsewhere as a lookout a fatal crash involving the amish community horsedrawn amish buggies are a familiar sight on the roads of northwest ohio but on friday one of them was struck from behind by a motor vehicle a twenty three year old woman inside the buggy was killed a man and two infants were critically injured all were members of the same family the infants in the injured male were rushed to a hospital in dayton meanwhile the driver of the car involved fled on foot following the collision but he was captured and arrested about a mile from the scene karen mchugh fox news and roberta flack is in the hospital under observation after falling ill before an appearance in new york city eighty one year old singer is supposed to accept an award tonight at the apollo theater she felt dizzy and had to be taken away by ambulance despite that flack's manager now says a singer is doing well kim duffy fox news radio for the show reflecting on classic radio hollywood three sixty with your host column on magic they after being your car out the window was with this carl's it's not even a a.
Israel's Lieberman blames Hamas over Gaza deaths
"And the ad council israel is being urged by the european union to refrain from using lethal force against unarmed protesters along the gaza border this after the death of a palestinian teenager yesterday for four weeks running now palestinians when friday prayers let out they gather at the fence that separates israel from gaza they tried to approach her swarm the fence when they get too close israeli troops opened fire israel does use crowd dispersal tactics like tear gas and rubber bullets but oftentimes they usually around four people were killed yesterday more than one hundred wounded including the boy we're talking about fox's mike tobin israel's defense minister says hamas is to blame since the militant group uses women and children as human shields stay away from romain lettuce at home and in restaurants amid expanding outbreak of e coli at least fifty three people have been sickened some suffering kidney failure the lettuce was formed in the yuma arizona area and shit nationwide another warning about something else that's green it's called k to fake wieder spice batches of it sold in illinois led to three people dying in recent weeks one hundred forty one people got sick some suffering with severe bleeding from the eyes our ears health officials saying it was tainted with rat poison now the wisconsin state health department says they've had three people get sick from fake weed in the milwaukee area in maryland four people got sick but the baltimore sun says there is in confirmation yet if the fake we they use contain poison there have also been reports of people getting sick from synthetic marijuana recently in indiana and missouri joel nato fox news a sixty gun salute in central london all in honor of queen elizabeth who celebrates for ninety seconds birthday today pam so fox news radio the weekend and the weather have gotten in sync alaska weekend we've had some tough storm system but not the case today goodlooking afternoon coming up our way sixty two later today with northwest winds not as cold tonight the forties that's our average flow this time of april and mid sixties tomorrow i'm scott lawrimore.
"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Other more popular issues we batted around here over the last several weeks is at say the clinton nelson is available at eight and roquan smith who we all expect to be available at eight or eight stenzel warlords make if it's whoever it is if the grades are close and maybe nelson has a little bit better grades in one of the defensive players do you personally shy away from nelson because of the position he plays and the lack of impact when compare it to a safety or in a rudge an edge rusher rather or a cornerback i personally do now that situation unfold and you're choosing between roquan smith and quentin nelson your high five in each other in the draft emma say hey we're we're getting a really good football player here and we're going to be really happy about the pick we make i personally like to have playmakers right and i haven't talked to anyone in the league that doesn't believe very highly in quinton nelson and doesn't think this kid's going to be a long term big time player whatever franchisee lands with that said i think that that you wanna have guys that impact games in bigger ways and that's just my personal preference every team sort of looks at it differently but certainly it would be a great great decision to have to make if you're you're ryan pace in bears dan wieder from the tribune is we're talking bears football and why not the draft coming up in less than a week it seemed like they tried to everything they can do meaning matinee to say jordan howard czar guy is jordan howard their guy well he at least be the guy for this year.
"wieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"At two o'clock this afternoon nc double a tournament talk is still hot reimbur off we'll check in with loyola's they get set for thursday gays jeans a superstar other great stories from the tournament is well plus book ball three agency with our buddy trey wingo and we're almost a week away from baseball's opening day we'll get you the latest on our cops in white sox about a little would you rather and the trip inside waddles world we get started at one forty five with cross talk waddle and silvy on espn one thousand boys in a couple of hours for cross talk herman and your co brian windhorst at twelve thirty dann wieder at one have a lot on tap we've been filling in for capital last few hours mats and river north on espn one thousand eight you know came up with this stat i was doing a little research and i talked to friend of mine who is the white sox triple a batting coach when they won the world series and then he was the pirates batting coach and he's like he does look to out of the team last three teams that won the world series struck out the least in baseball but no one ever talks about that i go so do you preach to your guy he's the head coach where we played in college he goes he goes i tell the guys when you strike out you screw your team he goes he goes i it's so important to put the ball in play and i go to distress that with the pirates he goes yeah we talk about it doesn't mean guys do it but he goes he goes it's a critical factor could look at the wiles and look at the astros and they they struck out the least in baseball the royals did last excuse me the astros did last year matt thank you it's a good point now like in fifteen the cubs in and win the world series the cubs were pretty good though they led the league in strikeouts in the cubs still made it all the way to the that year but the strike outs worrying issue and they kind of remember they addressed it that offseason with zobrist they did want more contact but the cubs still in sixteen were in the top ten in strike outs but that's interesting.
"wieder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And see how they did that like that was my entry into wanting to be in films in show business in some kind of creative endeavour i've never forgotten that so how can you ended up going into comedy instead of making horror films well i did started making horror films out but it was in middle school and uh freshman year of high school i would make little super eight slasher films i had one were those a killer with a wieder because they didn't have access to a chainsaw and down yeah i note sis production value so anyway um i i just couldn't figure out how i was going to get because i was in the suburbs of virginia had no access to anything like showbiz but then when i found out when it was nineteen that oba you can just go on stage and just start talking and also at that point it just seemed like that was going to be way more fun and i was just very very focused on because also in between all my movie love in high school i really really got into comedy really really got into steve martin and monty python an snl and richard pryor and george karl in and i was in a click of other comedy nerds really loved comedy and so um i just decided to make it a vocation like that became maya obsession for a while but then luckily it led back into movies and writing and yaeko stuff if you're just joining us maga's says patna's watt and he has a new comedy special annette flex which has called annihilation going to take a short break we'll be right back this is fresh air the two two you developing in their value and then the two nd under uv jubal in that two two fifty three mm this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guess is comic and after patten oswald he has a new comedy special on net flicks which is called annihilation.
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"He problem in pain every day 24 seven i can't sleep at night i took these things next thing i know i'm i'm on the side of the road in the police have got me you know handcuffed i had no idea that's what he's going to do is any any can get away with it because they didn't find alcohol in his system and maybe they didn't fire racial drugs innocent depends on what they find delta the sat if they find certain levels of even over the counter than it's there it's abuse priming the craze good viking like you said wasn't just one though took eight you know emits the of this they just mix it with one of those other things he took it with five of the other thing you make an excuse and he'll say i did know that there was a problem was mixing this with mixing that by dr never told me he he's going to gain some sympathy out there it's going to be i think it's going to be viewed differently than some party animal whose south care drunk out of his mind and the inner spoken wieder doing coq or something like that i it's going to be treated differently he won't he there will be in you know you should be give auto people things should he what do you think i should be looked at different not really because he was he was still irresponsible but i don't see i don't know if you're if you're taking these drugs and you're mixing medication that you're taking for a injury that you have okay post surgery in you're mixing them and you don't realize that you do doing it so you're following protocol letsie's following protocal doing what he's supposed to do and then it has this type of reaction and he says i didn't realize i got behind the wheel of a car if i knew what i was doing there's no way it ever get behind the wheel of a guy would never got dr put anybody else my life or anybody else's life jeopardy i think there's that stiffer until i would view that differently than some guy who's out there partying scroll everybody else i'm going to drink whatever i wanna take more cocom party we don't unborn on the highway the urine samples gonna show i don't know he really what do you think it's going.