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Fresh update on "zeller" discussed on Larry Elder
"I've won two consecutive championships. I've done this. I've done this. I've done this. But there are courses where I cannot play because of the color. Of my skin. And a Washington Post columnist contacted Nike And said, Please give me the list, of course, is where Tiger Woods cannot play because he's black. Nike admit they made it up. It wasn't true. The tiger could play anywhere he wanted to play. But golf in the past has been an exclusionary sport. And so we wanted to just kind of Sort of let America know it's got a ways to go in terms of race relations. That was ironic. Is that When Tiger Woods first became famous, his father Who arrogantly believe his son was going to become a world changer and the sun did, but in a different way than the father assumed My father thought he was going toe. Change the world All our Gandhi. He even compared his son to Gandhi, a golfer. I'm not making this up. He did. He also thought Tiger Woods would improve race relations. Because he's a person of color black person. His father called him black. I believe And a Pretty much all white sport. And Tiger Woods. A couple of occasions in my opinion. Used the race card to his advantage. Not like in a Sharpton way. Don't get me wrong. For example, when Fuzzy Zeller, the Golfer made some Joke about fried chicken. After Tiger wants it on his first master, and he beat these guys by 12 strokes. They were flabbergasted. They had no idea what to do. So he said something to me because the winner gets to choose the meal at the Masters the next year, and so fuzzy Zeller said something like, well, hey, did well and maybe next next year, we're gonna have collard greens and fried chicken or something to that effect. Stupid comment didn't mean anything by it. Fuzzy. Zeller is known to be a joker. His closest friend on the tour is a black guy. And Tiger Woods was asked about this. He said. Well, I'm not sure what he meant by it. I I'm not gonna Uh, you know, say it's okay and until I sit down and talk with him and find out really what's going on and made him stew for a little while, the guy cried on television, Fuzzy Zeller Dad lost a couple million dollars in endorsements. And I just didn't think it was necessary to Tiger. Putting through that he could have been very graciously said didn't mean anything by it. Everybody knew that was itself. It was a joker, but he didn't do it. But Tiger was young. What bothered me was this Nike commercial? And I think his dad was behind it. And they're made them a target was not just a great amateur golfer, potentially a great professional golfer, but Malcolm X, and now there are courses where I can't play. It turns out whole thing with fabricated. Now, Fast forward, Tiger Woods marries a white woman. Tiger Woods cheats on, said white woman with other white women. And yet every time the man is in contention on the Sunday what happened to the ratings, they go through the roof. Now that's not supposed to happen in the racist country. Remember the primary reason that Johnnie Cochran gave for why the racist LAPD fabricated evidence to convict an otherwise innocent man that he at one time was married to a white woman was married to her Now they weren't together. But at one time they did. And apparently, the cops remember that you know, in the synapses in their head, so they're waiting for an opportunity to get this guy even though they came over to his house, play tennis with them. They loved him. And they waited for an opportunity to nail it because back in the day he married a while, anyway. So Tiger Woods has a syriza girl Friends, none of whom appear to be black. And while people may have an issue and do have an issue with the infidelity and the pristine image versus what he was doing behind closed doors Has nothing to do with the race off any of these women. Otherwise. How do you explain that the numbers go up. What races separate their racism, their hatred off a black guy with a white woman and appreciate his ability to hit the T hit it down the fairway really? Here's what's all these other stuff this back in 1997. He's doing quite.
Trump acquitted in lightning-fast impeachment trial
"The Padres. NASA's perseverance Rover scheduled to land on Mars this afternoon. Retail sales jumped last month as we shopped more and Texas nurses tough it out to get to the hospital. That story in about 20 minutes. President Biden laid out a sweeping mission on Inauguration Day, declaring his gold to tackle the cascading crises afflicting America. He cited eroding faith in democracy and even in truth Growing inequity, systemic racism and the climate. The implication was that he would offer solutions or at least progress toe all of these crises. In reality, he'll have to pick his battles, and the choices he makes in the coming weeks will begin to set the terms of his legacy. More from Sean Zeller, editor at CQ Roll Call Shaun How do you see it? We've been living through a just a time where politics has become like Combat perpetual combat where the party's air after each other, where they have nothing nice to say about each other. So, although the outcome here was not what Democrats wanted I was struck by the tone of the whole proceeding, which struck me as quite somber and there were very few Republicans who were castigating the Democrats for like they were during Trump's first impeachment, you know, calling it a witch on calling and frivolous and ridiculous. For the most part, most of the Republican senators. Felt that Donald Trump had done something wrong here and they were. They were very sober about it, and we're not castigating the Democrats and vice versa. The Democrats were, I think, appealing to the jury jury, which included Republican senators and not trying to offend them by Saying that they were to blame for Donald Trump's behavior. Why was the tone different this time? I think Democrats really wanted to expand the number of Republicans who voted to convict they weren't they weren't expecting that they would get a conviction, which would require 67 votes and 17 Republican senators, but They wanted to get a number of Republican senators. And so you don't want to offend your jury and the tone of their argument. The House impeachment managers argument was Hey, we were the victims here. We were the people in the capital when the mob arrived, we were the ones fleeing from them and They praise. For example, Mike Pence the Republican Vice president Donald Trump's vice president, who they had pilloried for the last four years. They praised him for being there for overseeing the electoral vote count. Despite Donald Trump
Fresh update on "zeller" discussed on All of It
"For this week billion eyeless rose to global fame at the age of 17, becoming the youngest person to sweep the Grammys with five wins in 2019. A new documentary, The World's A little blurry charts. Horizon recording in her bedroom to playing stadiums. Director RJ Cutler will be here tomorrow to talk about it, and we'll speak with director Florian Zeller about his film The father. Stars Olivia Colman as a woman dealing with her father's dementia. Her father is played by Anthony Hopkins. Plus, we'll get a preview of the Golden Globes with New York Times pop culture reporter and awards season expert and a favorite around here, Kyle Buchanan. But right now it is time for I need a minute. Our daily 62nd meditation with everything going on in the world. If you just need one minute one encourage you to take it for yourself to quiet your mind, block out the noise and breathe. W NY sees meditation LEADER The rain Maddox Find a comfortable seat and close your eyes. Sit.
"zeller" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic
"One struggle got out in two thousand and two. He had this dream of making it in the music industry of essentially following in his grandfather's footsteps and he tried even built up a local fan base of people who are interested. In hearing his blend of rap and country music went through phases it phases. Where i was focusing on music and still hustling. But i wouldn't be hustling as much. Because i hope i was gonna make it the music and things window ripe the music. So i'll be life governor music this i got and i go back to hustle and and that's when i get real big and then you know some tragic wish would happen and i'll be like madam. Going back. to the music of his life and then the music woodwork out danson one foot in the studio one flynn street. He tried doing all jobs to support himself his family and his music he got signed to a record label. Two thousand seven but all the while. There's this pool of this new drug. A prescription painkiller called laura tab. First time that. I've even heard laura tabs is right after. I'd been shot. The doctor prescribed me lower tabs. They weren't big back. Heidrick codan yeah. Struggle told me he'd been shot twice in different altercations related to drug dealing so back then. The big pills were like ecstasy and Zanex or or a value bombs like nobody knew what the hell lower tabs word. Nobody would hide your coat on was. That's a few years. They started gaining momentum. I came home from that i did. This was in the early two thousands now. I've reported on prescription. Drug abuse and struggle is absolutely correct. Opioids were gaining an enormous momentum at this time and tennessee was one of the hot spots for pill. Trafficking at a friend of mine was like. Hey you get any lower tabs. And i was like i don't know ask around. One of my buddies asked nor guy opioids like lots of other drugs essentially broke out of the lab and onto the streets just as people. Often people who've been prescribed painkillers in the past got hooked wanted more and looked for supplies elsewhere. So the guy comes over and he brings me to asylum. People are gonna be rid of a lot of these and so i'm buying a hundred two hundred of them at a time for like a week but i'm having to call this girl like ten times a day so then finally she was like look. I'll just bring you a bunch of brought me suitcase. Ten thousand in the five hundred bottles in the hundred bottles straight from watson trae from the pharmacy. I don't know how she got him. Art world should get them from the pharmacy with a. They were actually from the manufacturer. They were in the bottles. They didn't even have script bottles on yet. They were and you can't. I don't think forms even has that many and one pharmacy see thinks she was getting them from the distributor. Probably so you know. A lot of people would set up them. Fake pill clinics have the fake pain management places in two thousand and eight. I reported on a pain clinic in florida. For a documentary called the oxycontin express. This reporting really helped me understand how the black market for pills operated and the main takeaway was that at the time. Pain clinics had very little oversight. Busts only happened long after a community got hooked on pills. There was one pain clinic. Bus in florida for example. That found that it's dr sole twenty million pills. In two years i came to think of these clinics as drug dealing operations. I'm mariana van. Zeller more after the break struggle. Says he's not exactly sure where his supplier got. Her loads of bills choose bringing them by the suitcases. She dropped them off on a sunday. Come back and bring me another ten thousand on sunday and at the time. Ten thousand pills how much. How much money were you making. Pro a two dollars. Two dollars apiece. So about twenty grand a week. What we doing with all that money taking care of ten kids and twenty friends. you know. i've never really lived above my means. I'd have nice cars. Put my car's rams systems in the bag. You know we all dress flat. I had cocaine white charger. Dodge charger with the magin. Twenty twos. yeah it was pearl. Why are you eating fish scale. You drive it under the light of change colors. I had a tahoe and twenty six. Actually call it cocaine white or is it. You know i was riding around banging guilt gotti so his cocaine everything cocaine music did you have people selling for. You have street dealer selling for you. Yeah well that's what i mostly dealt with was dealers. I've been doing a lot of hand to hand small stuff. I've had moments of my life. Where did do that But at that point you're getting ten thousand lords Out there seven five tabs of somebody yourself hundred or five hundred thousand somebody. How how much. How many people do you have buying from you at the time. Or how many drug dealers or street dealer right. There were street given fifteen twenty at that time lot. You know we move past the the hajek owns and son. We'd coke the nest when the rockies came out the oxycodones thirty milligram ones. Things seemed to be going well for struggle. He's selling loehr tabs and these larger dose oxycodone pills called roxy. He's making money he's got cars. He even has a little time for music. That the thing about opioids is that once you're prescribed them a struggle was. They can be tough to enough and being around them can sometimes lead to abusing them and struggle. Did so one of the things you you talk about is you're you're addicted to opiates yay for for a period of time was well. What can you describe to us. What was that started off. Just popping them taking one here one there you know and then it got to the plot. What were you doing. Just hide your coat owns. And i and i did the rockies to the oxycodone like the fifteens or two thirties. I never got anything bigger than that. I was drinking syrup for a long time. Which is codeine So you were doing both at the same time. Oh yeah. I walk around with a fago bottle with two outs. Coating syrup in it coating permit zane in a pineapple fago. Does that make you feel you feel incredible. You know unless you take two minutes out you got to kind of keep moving on otherwise. Yeah you sit out. But as i know people on them they get to drop cigarettes in their lap. But how much at the peak of your addiction pills were you taking twenty dollars a day at the same time. How'd your code. Tim graham prime ip. That's a lot crisis bits one. I've never left. How difficult was it to kick that addiction with the dome. We had went a couple of days me and my wife above taking them. We'd went a couple of days not being able to find him. So i wake up. I'm super sick. Terrible stomach you know. Feel like i got the flu california. I'm like dude. I gotta find him. I feel like he's got a few. He brings them over soon as he puts them. In my hand i feel better guiding took him in and i feel better from.
"zeller" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Manning so growing people have asked so. I grew up huge colts. Fan like i dream to play in the nba nf l. and i had to settle for the nba. So much on your in not. Yeah so different so hayden. I don't even know who else. I'm a big duck dynasty fan all the duck dynasty crew. Any of them yet. I've met actually did meet a willie. Yes through matthew. Actually yeah matthew really did all your over on the. But i'm help you a two out of three of those people who are friends peyton manning to be determined. We haven't been friends yet. But i can't i do know he's friends with friends. There we go there in the right state. Yeah you really hear any bob goff fan. Do you know the thing about bob. Gov tell me you can say any right or wrong. The when i talk to men about bob goff when they read his books. They don't walk away and go i to do what he did. They walk away and go. I want to know him. Yeah yeah he just such a happy guy like how does does he ever have a bad day. He's a seven like me. We have the same so when we were talking about earlier. Four we on the microphone. We're eating lunch and talking about. It's that's part of his. Yeah he's a great one and it is like back to my nine that it gets me you know. I'm a decisive. So make a big decision and he so much the other way so reading his book has been good for me because he just like go for it. Go into mission trip. Go you know chase your dreams. And so that's been good for me because it sometimes it takes me a little while to get it going. What's on their a mall end but it takes me a little while to get going sometimes. So he's he's helped. Kind of you know. Encouraged me on that. A few years ago i was really good friends with a bunch of the guys who played for vanderbilt baseball and i would pump them books all the time like that was one of my things as i was like. Read a book and let's talk about it. Read a book and let's talk about it and especially when they went off to play in the. That's how i know dance we. They went off the playing minor league and major league. That's how i would stay in touch with a lot of as let's read books and talk about him. And every bob goff book they'd be like i want to know that i wanna know him and i was like it is the strangest social experiment because i'd hand another book by another great and they would read and go yeah. I'm going to do this this and this. But they would never talk about the with body. Like i want to know him. Unearth audit like that and it is true like of fortunate enough to meet a lot of people that like back to the nba. Thing of like people. I looked up to and It is really cool to meet some of those people that are you. You grew up idolizing. So there's not a whole lot of people that i'm like starstruck by and but he is one that i'm like i'm not ashamed. Like our odds of him knows michael jordan. I feel like.
"zeller" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"My whole exactly. That's wild so the with the new season coming up your with the hornets. He's with the spurs up. Okay i just need to make a note in my head too. So that i to see that in action. You played for indiana. What is it what who did you dream of playing for like when you were a kid. What nba team. Did you think you'd end up playing for dream about from small town in southern indiana which is about a two hour drive to indianapolis indiana pacers was kind of our team growing up. Reggie miller Yeah the key player in the rivalry between the pacers and the knicks growing up was like child hood and so even now i think back to that of like it was a big deal for my parents to get five tickets and for them to drive two hours up to a game and so maybe every other year maybe once a year maybe over the other year we get the chance to go to a pacers game and it was really really cool for us to be able to go. But we'll be in the very highest nose bleed. Just not as the cool. Say so i remind myself without a lot because there are putting against them like my body doesn't feel good tonight's unlike you know there's some little kid cody zeller little ten year old daughter sitting in the highest nosebleed. This is the only game he's gonna see all year. So i need to go out there and play play the hardest. So how i a people yelling your name yelling things at you seeing their faces out there. 'cause basketball you're so close to the players as a fan. Yeah i love it. I hear it all the time of like. I mean especially when i was in indiana. The we're one of the better teams in the country like whole students. Sections chain your name or whatever it was like in high is always like from at the free. Throw line the whole choir. And that's like they're chance to so always like luke's better tyler. God then even now even now even now like they chanted about like my hairline chat about everything. Like it's like where's your hair line like everything. It's the funniest thing. I've heard all this role. It's just like they're saying exactly. Yeah exactly so. I'm so my job does not that. I cannot imagine having people while we're doing this interview sitting over here chanting unkind awful part of the gig. Part of it reminds me of my brother's like my brothers. And i used to like it even now. We just rip on each other crazy so we always on each other but if anyone rips on them like if you talk bad about brother you are going to stand up for him. No i'm the only one that's the ball to make fun. I can reminds me like. Oh it's like some of my we. It was actually one. I've played against the pacers last year. Like it's always cool to come back home. And i got a lot of family there. So i was at the free throw line and they started chanting. So what about like. Where's your hairline. And so so. I was joking. Outdoors is like yeah. I think that was my brother was leading the champ. Not too far fetched. What are the things. I think would be really fun about being in the nba. Is you play like up. Close with lebron james and all these other all these other players. They're like your peers. Does that surprise you. Or is that how it's always been like when you were playing in indiana big deal college players alongside you being a big deal player. Always how. It's been especially when i was a rookie like my rookie year. I grew up watching a lot of these players. Like idolizing dirk nowitzki favorite players or lebron. James is probably the best player in the league at the time My rookie year abroad had sixty one points against us ally so carmelo. Anthony had sixty two points against us. My first time played in the garden and to hear the crowd. And so i but it you almost have to like almost lose some of that like sense of awe like okay like i belong i can. I'm ok competing these guys so it's like you almost have to lose some of that one of my kind of to the nba. Moments is playing against dirk nowitzki. And i always grew up watching him and got to idolize him. A big white guy that can shoot. Well dallas mavericks so. I was matched up with them guarding him. And so same thing. I got the scott report down for this fadeaway jumper. I got this down. So in the first half rose garden and played them really well and he was one for eleven with four points in the first half. Oh my god. I couldn't get my head through the locker door like stuff much here. This is the cool. I so he ended up eleven. Twenty one at twenty five points like eight narrow down the down the stretch fourth quarter like you. Just turn it on and it was like. I wasn't doing anything different. He's that good. I was like okay. I get it now so anyways i've i've had some really cool as throughout my career like that but if you're almost kind of have to lose that sense of all and like okay i can play with these guys. That happened so the first conferences. I did with some of the people that i've like long-respected it was similar. Where where you almost have to say to yourself. Like christine caine always says their invitation as your permission. They invited you so you have every bit of permission to be exactly who you are at that thing and so i had to walk through some of that two of like you have to stop being impressed because your name is on this to your to do your job do your job. I mean so many people listening get themselves in situations where they feel like they don't fit or they feel like they don't belong. What's the narrative in your head. How do you talk yourself in the moment when you think.
Saturday at the 2020 Masters
"Saturday at the masters in dustin. Johnson is running away. He carries a four shot lead into the final round sunday. Following a seven under sixty five saturday he was masterful tying jordan speiss fifty four hole record chasing johnson on the leaderboard are sung j. M abraham answer and cameron smith all four shots back while justin thomas and dylan 'fratelli sit five shots back following his round saturday. I called up with dustin johnson. Seven hundred sixty five news. Dustin johnson to sixteen under through three rounds. What did you do well saturday. And what if anything would you like to do. Better sunday I did everything while today. Adrover very nicely head. A bunch of fairways Hit a lot of greens and felt like i. I gave myself good chances on your on almost every hole. and so. that's kind of what you gotta do here. In the conditions. Not a lot of wind you know. Courses is fairly soft so you can be aggressive and Strike in a very nicely today And so you know tomorrow. We'll have to go out and do a lot of the same if i to win. Tied jordan speeds fifty four hole record. What's the balance between staying aggressive and not being dumb Well for me. It all depends on you know. Flag positions numbers Forgot a good number. And and i like the flag is a play aggressive but Like i said the course right now is is very receptive so you know i know the guys behind me are going to be trying to chase down south. You know you can't play you know there's a there's definitely a fine line of being too conservative and too aggressive but you just have to pick and choose my spots second last year. How did that impact your motivation. This time around. I mean yeah it was. I've played well last year. I played while the last couple years so obviously this one tournament that that i definitely want to win and you know. It means a lot to me. A- grew up so close to here and so it is something that i really look forward to until tomorrow is going to be a. It's gonna be a lot of funding. I'm gonna try to enjoy myself as much as i can and Hopefully hopefully outcomes good tomorrow afternoon. You heard dustin johnson say right there how badly he wants to win the masters. It's the dream of every player in the field in this eighty. Four th edition for more analysis on the third round and what to expect sunday. Let's bring in the voice of masters digital jimmy roberts. Dustin carries a four shot lead into sunday following a seven hundred sixty five saturday. He was masterful. Tying jordan speiss fifty four hole record assess his performance on saturday. A great it was basically as good as you could get You know you said it. He tied the fifty four hole scoring record. It is a different time of year. But i don't think it really matters. I mean the thing that sticks out to me is that you know through fifty four holes. He's got two bogeys which is unimaginable. On this golf course and they were in consecutive holes. Fourteen and fifteen in the second round. And when you stop to think about it he bogeyed the second easiest hole on the course which means that by all rights. He should probably expect to birdie the fifteen th hole. You give him two more strokes and he's just farther ahead of the pack. But i will just say this. I was here in nineteen ninety six and i covered that masters where greg norman had six stroke lead and nick faldo came back to win it so i mean this course can do things to you i mean. I think that there were extenuating circumstances that year. Norman had some physical difficulties. That didn't manifest until the final day and faldo played effortlessly. I think he shot sixty seven It's gonna take that for somebody to beat him tomorrow Somebody's going to have to play really really well. And he's going to have to stumble. What is it about this golf. Course that suits his game so well. Well i mean at this point really. He's the number one player in the world and he's as they like to say in europe he's on form so you know. He's a finely tuned engine right now and He's not even close to the red line. So i mean he is just got it all going on right now. I mean he's you know. I always say that you know. These are the best golfers in the world on on a week to week basis. You know you shouldn't be surprised if somebody you've never heard of comes up and wins a tournament because they are all remarkably talented. But he's the best of all of them right now and he is playing really well You know we've talked about this over the last couple of days. He you know he's long and straight which is tough to beat and then a couple of years ago. He decided that in order to get better you had to work on his wedge game so he went and did that he's become a terrific putter and he's completely unflappable. He i think. And i think that's the most important thing i think he's a guy who just does not get undone by much. I just asked him a few moments ago. what's the balance between maintaining the aggression. That got you here without going too far. Yeah i'd i'd be curious to know what he said but in all honesty. I've never seen him loses. Temper made him. I've never seen him hot. I've never seen him running hot. I'd seen him disappointed disappointed. And you're not going to be able to see this on the podcasts. But you know it's just kind of an shucks wish i hadn't tripled that whole crazy when i do. Something you know like that He's really he's a talented man. Who's in stride right now and You know he's done a lot He's one everything but tons of majors. I mean he's tiger tiger woods. He's one in to start his career. He's won thirteen consecutive seasons to start his career. Only tiger woods is done that and he tied him tiger actually one in his first fourteen seasons. But i mean he just consistently wins you know and it's hard to beat talent you know and worth work ethic when you match those two things together. It's very difficult. Let's look at the leaderboard. That is chasing dustin johnson song j. m. abraham answer cameron smith all four shots back. Justin thomas and dylan for tally. Five shots back if you were going to pick one to catch him. I don't think there's any question. The person who watches is Is justin thomas. But the way sunday m is playing and things are different now than they used to be. You know it's been forty one years since a first timer has one here that was fuzzy zeller nineteen seventy-nine. You know i was with the jack nicklaus this morning doing something and He talks. Jack came here and he didn't win for the first five times that he played here. But this is a course more than any other course were experiences necessary. But look you've got answer and in two players who were here for the first time in their you know right nipping at his heels Sebastian munoz too. So i i do think that must not be worth as much as it has been in the past given the level of talent and work of these guys but you know you give me a guy who has the experience and a guy who doesn't of equal talent and at the same spot in their game. I'm gonna take the guy with experience at this place every single time. Rory mcilroy and brooks koepka. Both superstars both at eight. Under after three rounds. How plausible is it that they might contend on sunday. I think it's entirely plausible. I mean i think that you know mcelroy's trending in the right direction after that seventy five in the first round which was disastrous for him. Just can't seem to get out of his own way sometimes but he's got a game. That's ideally suited for this place. He hits it high far and straight. His natural shot is right to left You know he's been number one in the world he's not undone by these big situations. Generally i think he's going to be a very interesting guy to watch tomorrow. But in all honesty there's so much daylight between dustin johnson and the rest of the field at this point and it's not the daylight of four strokes. It's the daylight of four strokes with the number one player on the one side of that daylight. Who's playing well. And i mean. I think it's gonna take dustin johnson shooting seventy two or three tomorrow. I mean i suppose it could happen. You know greg. Norman shot seventy six. Nick faldo shot sixty seven That lead had evaporated by the tenth. Tentpole the eleventh hole So you never know. But i would be. I would be shocked. But i remember being augusta national in in One thousand nine hundred ninety six and remember all the stories that we were doing. And i did a story for. Espn that night. And i said you know it would be shocking if greg norman didn't win but if he doesn't it will be one of the biggest stories and we won't soon forget it and here. We are all these years later. Talking about it at augusta national right now.
"zeller" Discussed on Titus & Tate
"Not too much but definitely He still has competitive edge as for sure. He's still seen him walk through the he's around her once in a while. We've been the in Charlotte for like a week or two at a time Maybe two or three times a year. So it's cool down around. He walked airman. Seagulls is like the guy we now the daigle walk through and be like man. I had fifty three in Washington He's still super competitive. Like what you see in the documentary is this all the one liners. He's always on guy so it's cool to have around. It's like said it's just just get a few minutes with him as is always special Whether it's talk Tell stories a great storyteller as you can tell the documentary so cool any part of that intimidating dynamic of having him there and I mean like just stuff like that to say like you have a bomb dropped fifty three like just challenging. You're mad at all times. That has to be intimidated right. Like absolutely yeah. It's a lot of other guys like I've been around enough guys now. Like I played the broad twenty times in my career. You know it's it's still going to play against him but I don't think I've ever gotten over like the fact that it's Michael Jordan. Everyone knows when he's in the building and is not dislike. Oh that's that's just. Mj You know. That's just another guy. And I've never gotten over that so N. like you said he's always gotta revving guys. So but I mean we we try to get right back to Backing TRACH DOGS SO GUYS. Starting your to a little bit yeah. He's got a competitive problem. And Cody we want to take it back because this is a college basketball podcast. And as I told you before. Titus is an Indiana guy. I'm North Carolina Guy. And when you were coming down. I remember your recruitment very vividly because your brother Tyler Zeller entitled team North Carolina. I was a big fan of Zeller family. I was very excited about the cody. Zeller pipeline. That was GONNA come to North Carolina. There was obviously you know three schools that are in the mix was butler. There was Indiana and there was North Carolina. You decided to go with Tom. Crean because you called you. Of course the big handsome and we in Carolina could not compete with that But can you just about every little bit? Because I thought it was one of the it was a very interesting recruit now in a fund recruit a recruitment between the Indiana and North Carolina. Yeah it was Is there some fun memories of you know? I'd say I had two older buzz when before me and I was Kinda able to watch them kind of go through the process and figure out how they navigated it and it is it is dumped being a fifteen year. Old Kid trying to get recruited. You don't know you know you're making a big life decision or you're going to go to college and cody. I'm pretty sure that fifteen year old me was tweeting at you to go to. North Carolina apologized for that. I so yeah but it was cool to see like Lukasz who when his own route to Notre Dame career there tolerant Elida and I kind of game sophomore junior in high school for Marker on the on the big stage I narrowed down to Butler North Carolina. The Alex and Baylor had Brad Stevens Ships North Carolina. Obviously there They won the National Championship freshman year and then Indiana was kinda rebuilding but as the an hour away from home all the in state school and so I had three great options I really could have gone wrong with any of the three At the end of the day it ended up being you know was Stone Horizon League at the time. Yeah so that was. I wanted to plan in a big stage and then North Carolina was Was a little bit so on me. they had tyler they had John Henson and the days Michael mcadoo. He was kind of in my classes. Anthony Davis is the best big man. Then it was Mac doing our Kinda the third guys. They were kind of kind of said they had a they. Also the where twins had they had just transferred so coach Williams. Talk to me in that kind. Kinda opened up a scholarship for me. So before the where transfer transfer right now. The scholarship offer and Sunday. It was kind of That IT INDIANA. The team wasn't that good at the time and so A nuanced Kinda ended into a little. Bit of a rebuild. That knew that you know like it's Kinda see the development guys like Victor and made Kinda see the hard work. That inmates so I kind of took a leap of faith in state at in in state school and I was also did. It was a fun. Couple years loads. I feel like you're leaving out. One big element of this decision. Which is if you would have if you have committed anywhere. Other than Indiana there would have been hundreds of thousands during related. There's been middle aged men and candy striped pants into your house and just lost their mind. We already let Zeller's get out of BLOOMINGTON. There's no guys have you talk about like Sean. May I know you were? You were the Save Indiana Basketball. Cody like in all seriousness. This Was this some felt in recruiting like like? How much did that way into it? How much did your brothers Because as you said you an hour away from from your house and your brothers. Obviously we're both Mr basketballs and they were I assume just as coveted by Indiana as you're and they did not go to Indiana. A how much of that pressure like does that is the fact that neither one of them put more pressure on Youtube Goat. Indiana is it like will. They didn't go to Indiana so I don't necessarily have to or my just making all this up and there is even really think about it like that at all. I think you're right. I think each situation is a little bit different because lucrative by Mike Davis and Tolerance recruited by Jovan Samson. So he had all the the violations going on. It's ours being recruited and so for me. You know things were things are fine. Things were kind of on the way up and they hadn't quite turned the corner yet. But I mean I could tell from the way. They work the way that they competed accident. Were nut so I knew the team would eventually kinda turned the corner but It was it was great. It was Instagram wasn't around much but twitter was twitter. Was Big you when I was in high school. So I mean my my mom used to follow especially when I was at school juice to follow my whole day just by search my name on twitter so she would be like. Would you get a subway? And what think be like so you know. Why did you stop by best buy and so but it was all the people that had tweeted? I'm in line behind cody at subway and go reason. I'll three of as by so. Yeah who's a little little wild but I mean even in my crewman Meyer The.
"zeller" Discussed on Titus & Tate
"Authorize Titus and say we are talking to Cody Zeller who we. We are very excited to talk to tape. Because he's a man who is both a hoosier and what do you call North Carolina? Person North Carolinian Tar Heel Dario. I thought he's had a Tarheel. Talk about this on the show. Because cody is in Charlotte. Charlotte is its own very similar to Cincinnati. They're both the Queen City. They exist inside exists in Ohio. But it's still its own thing I charlotte to same way. But we'll get into all that the whole state of North Carolina just rips from the Midwest. That's how it works. You first thing you take from Ohio. Basically take from Ohio aren't listeners listeners. Right now looking up look it up. Sixteen seven Jamestown. The Queen City stolen from Ohio. Unbelievable DIG IS WE TALKED TO CODY. Zeller about anything and everything Playing for Michael Jordan and playing the guitar literally everything everything cookout order. He also A little teaser. I asked about the infamous. Tom Green Bat story. None that I told on. Pardon my takes. And he confirmed certain details at story that You WanNA listen to his explanation of everything down so we have that to look forward. That's called a scoop entities. That's a that's really well done mark. It's we're GonNa talk about last dance. That happened last night. We're going to talk a little bit about that. Because obviously everybody in the world is talking about the last dance and we understand that. But we're GONNA talk about also wake forest head coach. He might be a maniac. We're not sure I can't wait to see what happens with with wake the nation moving forward. I will say this about him. And we'll go more depth little but I will never forget his introduction. Wake forest job. I will remember this for the rest of my life so I don't know we'll see how it goes but for right now I will. I will definitely remember that. So yeah we have. We have a fun show impact. Show you're going to get to all of the first woody. Durham the kind.
"zeller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I'm doing this off the top of my head but I think I have this right. I believe that John. Salley not only played with the bad boy. Pistons not only played with Michael Jordan's bulls but also played with the Shaq. Kobe Lakers I think he was also on that team. So his career ended up in a lot of basketball rockstar places not just great teams but hugely famous important for their time teams. Did I think what we're going to see? A lot of is just the end. It's incredible that you know Michael. Only wanting to play for Phil Jackson and the Bulls Choosing Jerry Krause over keeping this dynasty together. Which seems patently absurd but I do wonder thinking back to those bowls teams because I think they would attacked on one two. Maybe three more championships had they kept that thing together but eventually and this is what we were stripped of they would play those Kobe teams like and that would have been so much fun for everyone to see. I just wonder how many more titles the Bulls would've won. Had they kept those three? Had they chose Michael Jordan Phil Jackson? Scotty Pippin Denis Rodman over Jerry Krause and obviously they went the other way all right but John Salley is going to be on with us at noon. Eastern and JD. Skeets had a tweet. The beastie boys book was something that was very popular and in that book J. E. skeets saying his favorite part is Madonna. Did Madonna have a wild party at some crazy mini mansion? When we were in Miami. Yes of course she did. Was it all you can imagine and wanted to be. Yes it was was John salley getting freaky in a hot tub. Yes of course he was so I'll remind me that John salley about that when he joins us because he really was with those he was. He was traveling around with these rockstar teams. Now I wanna hear from him so we will ask John. Salley noon eastern whether or not he was getting freaky in a hot tub at Madonna Party in Miami at eleven thirty Eastern. We've got cody Zeller's been awhile. Since we caught up with him. We vowed to catch up with all the learning. He was doing every day while on quarantine. We've missed a lot of time with them so I'm assuming he's learned a bunch of different stuff. He'll be on with us in about ten minutes to guys. Did you see what happened on jeopardy yesterday? it was a funny sports question. It always has to make you feel good when you know the sports questions. And all these brilliant people on jeopardy have no idea with the most Fundamental of jeopardy questions. Did you see what happened yesterday? No I did not so. The question was who broke the form of who broke the color barrier in baseball in one thousand nine hundred forty seven and the answer that one of the contestants gave was Babe Ruth. Which of course everyone knows. He broke the color barrier in one thousand nine hundred. It should have been rights. To God's it has yes it should have. Somebody should have come out on stage and Yanked. Shebek out of there and given the points to that woman because everyone knows babe. Ruth was black thirty years before Jackie Robinson was playing in the major leagues black. Babe Ruth was dominating baseball and TREBEK's that question honestly struts. It's so many kinds of wrong. Let's hear the sound. We have the sound here from jeopardy. Let's listen to that. One of the topics covered in a major league baseball course at Arizona State. Is this player. Who broke the color barrier in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven? Chaka who is Babe Ruth Nathaniel? It was Jackie Robinson. Yes you're wrong tra- back. They need to change. They need to. They need to teach different class at Arizona State. It's a more interesting class. How is more Babe Ruth was black and he did a long time before Jackie Robinson? Everyone seems to be wrong there though because it is Babe Ruth. That's the right answer. But Ron Year in so that's correct thirty years earlier. The budget can't break the color barrier. One thousand forty seven if a black dude already broke the color barrier nineteen seventeen. It's already been broken. I mean so there you go all right. Let's go back. Let's put on your show now that same damn show you've been doing for thirty forty years You know stopped and starch. Let's let's put the man John. Let's have a controversy because you awarded the correct answer. Babe Ruth a new jeopardy where the answers are. Subjective jeopardy does a fine job of making me feel really really stupid. I do a fine job. A big myself feel really really stupid but few things in life make me happier than when jeopardy has a sports topic on it. They had golf a couple of weeks ago. And I'd never happy. I felt like the smartest guy in the room. It was great You're you're pedaling through. Yeah you're getting everything right. Yeah kids were very impressed did you? Did you see the news? Broke about Roy Halladay last night. This was an unusual story for those of you who do not know Roy Halladay through a couple of no hitters one of which was thrown against the Miami Marlins who turned around and sold those ticket stubs as souvenirs to people who had gone to the game in order to make a little money. Roy Halladay was about as dominant as you could be as a major league pitcher over a couple of different ears and he died in a plane crash and it was three years ago and yesterday the news breaks to. Gods and this was weird that it would take three years that he was totally hopped up on meth on. He had an antidepressant in his system. He had morphine in his system and he was doing aerial stunts with a plane before it came crashing down and ended up being. You know Dying from Blunt Force Trauma and drowning is the ruling but it was so strange to see that ruled three years later. That there's there's methodist system I I shouldn't say ruled reported because somebody somebody found out but the idea. It's just horrifying to think that someone had that particular cocktail in their system while doing stunts with an airplane and it costs them their life. Mike Ryan doesn't feel like I've done this fairly to you. He is just made the same bolt for me tossing. You a ball here. Like a like a T. ball batting how they do in the major where they soft toss it like now. Mike Ryan is saying. I've done unfair to you at the end of this segment by tossing this particular story deb. What to do with say doc and that was it and ESPN radio is presented by Progressive Insurance Hoping to have cody. Zeller here and just admit it. Sports Center Update yesterday athlete celebrated Jackie Robinson Day. Among those Russell. Westbrook announced that he partner with movie producer. Thomas Tall who produced forty two to donate four point two million dollars worth of personal protective equipment to hospitals that serve communities hit hardest by cove at one thousand nine hundred good job at a. Russ sixteen year old tennis. Cocoa Gov says that she suffered from depression as she struggled to deal with newly found hype and the mental pressure brought on by her rapid rise in fame and consider taking a year off interesting. Ed finally the Palm Beach County water. Utilities Department said that all four pumps in the wastewater pumping facility in Boca Raton. ended up clogged at the same time for the first time. Ever the reason the increased use of wet wipes do residents being short on toilet paper today on. Espn daily the Hottest College player of the year. Sabrina UNESCO joins the show to describe how she's moving forward for May senior season cut short. And what playing the pros means to her ahead of the WNBA draft that's ESPN daily. Subscribe now wherever you get your podcast for on latest headlines and information tune into sports center on ESPN radio all throughout the day. So coming up on the show at noon eastern we have John. Salley cody. Zeller is going to be on with us. In a moment we are trying to locate him. some of you have written in that. I shouldn't have said Meth there for Roy. Halladay that instead it ten times the acceptable levels of amphetamines in his system. Morphine an unnamed antidepressant according to the daily beast so And the Associated Press as well. Cody Zeller is with us now on ESPN RADIO. We have not talked to him in a while. Fending joins us at a little earlier than his appointed. Boy Cody Zeller with us on. Espn radio thank you as always for making time for us cody. We haven't talked to you in a while. So what? What have you been learning? How many different wonderful things that they learned. Have you learned on quarantine? Well I Last time I talked to you I was headed back home. So I've been enjoying some family time back in India and my workouts a little different than running through cornfields Rather than my Nice Shiny Jim here in Charlotte but As far as learning stuff. My brother is renovating his new house. And so I've been trying to help out with some of that so that's been my daily. Western is Learn out feel now. Hold out use a MITER. Saw a table saw A custom built his entire master closet. Which I'm pretty proud of A few hiccups along the way but other than that that's that's about all been up to wait a minute. You custom built last. We had talked to you. You were telling us that you were going there to fix a ceiling fan in that. You didn't have to use a ladder in order to a ceiling fan. So let's start there. Did the ceiling fan get fixed? Well he didn't trust me with the electric electric so they moved me to Doing the master closet and so full disclosure. The first time that I built the closet. I mean this is like a I mean. It's like eight feet by ten feet like this. This can be like an extra bedroom. But it's called and I designed the whole thing built it you know. Cut The board sanded painted and when I went to assemble it. I forgot to leave room between the causative rod in the shelf on top. So there's no room for hangers thing on so That lost me about three days so back to the drawing board and the second time around everything is great and yeah so much. She wore my brother that you pay for so might not be the best quality work but worked free so free. Is that all right. The Zeller's don't need people to be working for free. Zeller's have plenty of funds. Your phone line is a little digging Do I need to let you go and try and reconnect there? Let me here. Let me hear you real quick. They're just count to ten for me code. Well this is my older brother. He hasn't played in the NBA for a while. So He's you know his funder shorter but I'm not willing to pay for it for a month. That's that'd be nice to me for younger brother do that for him so I got plenty of time so might as well do it Myself Dandy. You still want him to count to ten. Don't like him cody. Would you be kind enough to just count to ten real quick and a microphone to make sure we're okay before I ask you the next question? Please okay good okay. So great so the closet sounds like less of a disaster than the deck. You tried to build. It sounds like where. Where are you proud of yourself are you? Are you in any way handy Before this I had no woodworking ability at all but like I said I'm trying to learn some stuff and yeah I think it's I'm pretty proud of it okay. Well congratulations cody. Thank you for sharing your time with us. We will check in on the next group of things that you have learned. Okay and keep going through those cornfields. Are you running? Are you running suicide? Are you running long distances? Like are you staying are somehow in basketball shape. Yeah mostly long distances. I mean there's there's cornfields as long as the I can see so I got plenty of space to run Plenty cornfields. I'm back to the pack to guitar lessons. that's next on my list and mile also. I'm not sure if you can learn this on Youtube. I need a haircut really badly and I'm on the fence about trying to do it myself so That's that's also my list of things to learn how to how to cut your own hair. That seems like put it on the poll. Guillermo would you? Would you be willing to let our audience decide at Lebatardshow? Should Cody Zeller. Cut his own hair. Yes or no at Lebatardshow will give. You are answering a little bit. Thank you for For learning and for counting to ten with US I appreciate it. Thanks how Milam we will. We will come back and with him at some point here to find out what else he has learned. I like that segment. Us Two guys. Did you see that our beloved Rick? Pitino in the middle of pandemic he snuck in here not only to Iona but he just sold his seventeen million dollar waterfront house in Florida in the middle of a pandemic..
"zeller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Espn radio all throughout the that got a lot of questions here for NFL. Expert Dan Graziano. Thank you for joining us. Dan Let's Bang through these so the Patriots are going to do. What at quarterback guest wait and wait out the market like bill. Belichick does and see what kind of what kind of value arises of changes winstons price drops to where it's worth taking a shot and bringing him and letting him try and be the starter. That's one thing. Andy Dalton is price and trade is is a reasonable enough. Then maybe they take a shot on that. Maybe they call the Indianapolis Colts for their old Buddy Jacoby perspective. He's available but They'll build a check and the Patriots. That's one of those organizations not panic and they will move deliberately and carefully and and there may well be solution that none of the rest of US could go. Because we're not bill belichick. The colts. Did they get better at quarterback with Philip rivers I think in the short-term yeah I mean look. He threw a lot of interceptions last year but they just weren't able to do a lot of the things they wanted to do in their passing game with Kobe percent. Whether that's because he's not developed enough yet or whether it's because you know he's not as good as they thought he was. They feel like they're in a window where they're trying to win now win quickly and they looked at Philip rivers and said trouble in Los Angeles. Yes but they didn't protect him at all. Our offensive line can protect anybody but see how he does behind that crew Dan. What's the ceiling for the For the Tampa Bay buccaneers next season. Well I think it's pretty high. I think being in the Saints Division may limit a little bit. Although there's GONNA BE A YEAR COMING UP SOON. The saints suddenly aren't as good as as they have been in the West. They cashed it in but I think if Tom Brady can still play you know. The receivers are absolutely outstanding Defensive probably better than people think and I think it's a team that can desperately contend for possibly win. Its Division. And if you are that then you're a contender for the whole thing. Who did very well and Free Agency. And who did very poorly? You know how flow didn't make a lot of really exciting moves. I'll Steph my dig. That's pretty exciting. But yeah they they. They continued to build their team the way that they want to. And I think I think this guy actually landed pretty well considering everybody went into it saying they don't have any cap space. They ended up getting ninety dollars and Todd Gurley and trading for Hayden hers. Too Tight End to replace Austin Hooper. So yeah that that. Nfc South might be a little more competitive this year in terms of who did badly. I mean I don't know like did. The did the lions just rearranging deck chairs on defense or. Is it really going to be the mix that Matt Patricia wants? Now that remains be seen I never liked the big big big contracts that like you know like the the giants gave James Bradberry and the dolphins gave Byron Jones. I mean this guy might be good players but ultimately those contracts tend to cause problems down the road Dan Graziano with us on. Espn radio does Buffalo. Have A quarterback. Yeah that's opinions are split. It's you know as we as people like but buffalo did and then you get to the point in the conversation and he said well. What do you think about the quarterback and you hear and I'm not sure? Oh I think he'll be. I think he can be good. I think what what you have to Buffalo Brandon beane. Gm was in Carolina when they drafted Cam Newton. And I've actually talked to him about this. He sees some similarities between the way they were able to operate with Newt and early in his career and the way that buffalo is able to operate with Josh Allen. I don't think he's ever going to be the accurate. You know super accurate passer blood. The question is can you find ways to win in spite of that as Carolina did with Cam And you know he can. He can bring some things to the table. That other quarterbacks can terms of running and he can throw a mile so So I think they're I think they have shot as a jet Fan. This is the first time twenty years. I can ask this question the best team in the AFC East is blank. Well I I don't think the Patriots are all the way to get. I mean season where starting tomorrow with the Rosters. The way that they look right now. You'd probably say buffalo but You know you gotta give the Patriots of benefit of the doubt that they'll continue during the off season. I mean jets are. I think they're on the way I think they still have to do. But they WANNA do address offensive line. They've done a bunch of that and You know we'll see what they what they put together receiver and some of the other stuff they have to put around. Sam Darnold but I think I think he's legit and I think they're they're on their way CAM. Newton GonNA end up Cam Newton. I still think that charges the most likely landing spot they're just makes sense but I think he could be a while. He's not being able to give physicals issue. I mean that's what is a big question and And teams are going to want to check it out before signing him. I think get released so I say signing So I I think the charges seem the most likely but we're early nothing at process that it's hard to make. Can you explain to US The decision making involved and whether the unions should fight these corona virus clauses The decision the decision making is a way around the fact that no one can talk to each other person and I think the League put out a memo a couple of days ago. That suggested team split contingency language in their trade agreements to allow trades to be voided As a result of health physical and in terms of Yeah I don't think there's anything in the CBA that that prohibits it still kind of reading through the new CBA. But I don't think there's anything. In there that prohibits it but Especially if the players signed it but now I think it's the union and the players wanted to get free agency going. The League office wanted to get free agency going person teams and some agents that that weren't happy about it but in terms of getting the process going. This is something that I think they feel like they have to do or else All the signings would be on hold and there could be total chaos down the road. I mean one or two failed physicals a year pretty much happens in free agency. And now it'll just be delayed in terms of the effect but I think it's not like for better or worse whether they're right or wrong. They felt like they had to get this going this week. And this is one of the ways they they could pull off all right Dan. We appreciate the time. I think we've lost at Lebatardshow Dan Graziano. We're up against the break. Here we do appreciate the time. Thank you for the thank you for the newspaper and stay safe during during the corona virus outbreak..
"zeller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Have four on in sixty seconds. Story PLANET OF THE CREASE. Out here is very very hard to choose from. I'M GONNA go with the Fudge it. I think that's an excellent choice. I what is your strategy about snacking at this time are you. Are you a saver or are you just a gorgeous? You know what I haven't been doing a lot of snacking Dan. I've lost quite a bit of weight. I haven't been doing a lot of snacking so You Know Not. Not Certainly not hoarding anything. Right now You know just eat a couple of two to three meals a day and and leave it at that but this is gonna be a challenge for opus in this time. I mean it's only been what ten or eleven days and And I'm at a you know Nice House and a pool and the whole thing and the weather's been beautiful and I'm still going. I think it's more the idea. It's not so much that I'm missing anything in particular. It's just that I can't do anything like I. You know I may not on a given day go out to eat but I want to know I can go out to eat. I wanted to widen. I WanNa know I can watch your game. I can't do any of those things and I'm already feeling you know that a lot of my life has been taken from me. Even though what I do on most days is just sit around my house art. Well let's get you to host some radio shows with us. We'll talk to you later. Stand thank you for being on with us all guys stand. Espn radio is presented by progressive insurance. Dan Graziano join us. Just a second here on the Shell Pennzoil performance line little. Nfl Talk Your sportscenter. Update sources have told. Espn THAT BECAUSE NFL. Teams are unable to oversee physicals. Due to the corona virus outbreak they are adding provisions and player contracts stating that fail physicals will result in forfeited signing bonus. Money Red Sox pitcher Chris. Sale WanNa go Tommy. John Surgery at finally game stop..
"zeller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Can't say fraudulently he can only be it is in the middle of a pandemic and before we get to a couple of from yesterday. That require cleaning up. He isn't under the Best of circumstances a fountain of perspective but today he is complaining and loudly about Skim Milk. As as America descends into a Hellhole Stugatz won't shut up about his wife. Buying Skim Milk. He's really at the height of suffering here Dan. It is so deflating because I really only have milk when I have cereal and the cereal is just as important or excuse me. The milk is just as important ingredient to a good bowl of cereal as the cereal itself. The milk needs to be cold really cold and it also needs to be whole milk. Okay so what? I opened up my fridge. And there's fat free milk and I want a nice bowl frosted flakes after my job. This morning I want some home hill. Not Skim Milk. Not Fat. Free Milk in my wife is sitting around here and she's yelling at me saying hey it's healthier it will help you lose. Weight keeps them laid off plus. It's healthier for our daughters as do me a favor when you go grocery shopping shop for them and then shop for me. I want whole mill ruins a good bowl of cereal. Does it adds all right. Put It on the poll. Guillermo does Skim Milk ruin a good bowl of cereal and I would say now that I'm thinking about it. It's pro frosted flakes are good. I know lucky. Charms are good. They can be ruined by bad milk so I would say that whole milk. Milk itself is the more important of the two ingredients. That are good bowl of cereal about that. I just saw Roy eat a breakfast burrito. Put It on. The poll at Lebatardshow should be eating. Doritos for breakfast. Oh I'm sorry. He corrected me. It wasn't a breakfast Burrito. It was one of those peanut butter cracker. That are disgusting from a vending machine. Roy were you trying to make that better by holding up the peanut butter cracker because you didn't make it any better. You tried to make a correction on Doritos and instead you put up one of those disgusting peanut butter cracker situations. What are you doing? Can you even speak into the mic with peanut butter in your mouth? Nab Okay all right. Thank you for all of your efforts. We appreciate it. I'm glad Mike just through the headset from his head into the speaker on my.
"zeller" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Dental hacks nation. Welcome to another dental hack short. I have a very special guest with us tonight with me tonight. I think this might be the first time you've been on the podcast. Dr Caroline Zeller. How're you doing? I'm doing very well. Thanks for having me so last time I saw you was it voice dentistry couple years ago. You were onstage. Multiple Times doing multiple things in. That's where I that's where I learned to admire you. But she's also a podcast in her own right to so she does seasons of podcast and she's also she's kind of you're in Oregon. Correct correct Portland Oregon Tell me tell the listeners. What kind of practice you. Yeah so I am. I live in Portland but I work in three or four different cities throughout Oregon basically providing oral surgery services to underserved communities so night training is such that I am a general dentist that did some additional training. I didn't internship at. Oh issue and aural surgery and Underserved communities have such a huge need for oral surgery services for all of the reasons that our access and so I have been hired by a lot of different types of practice modalities To provide oral surgery to patients that otherwise probably would not be able to get it or if they did it would take a long time to get to it or it'd be much more expensive or that sort of So I you you are a you. Take out teeth. You'RE A toothpick router for higher share. I refer to myself as an exit honest. Sometimes I kind of like that. The heading you're pretty passionate about the the access to care issues. That's what a lot of podcast had to do with in in you. Also you also you're Kinda are you a delegate to the ADA for Oregon. Yep So for Oregon. I'm a yet delegates so I'm on the board. Also of the Oregon Dental Association But specifically my role is a delegate to the ADA And I just like kind of like a public health sort of as on person for for Oregon. I'm getting my masters in public health as well. Current policy management just like varies very slowly taking classes. But that's one of the reasons I wanted to have you on because you and I've been talking on social media behind the scenes and today actually is Monday march sixteenth. Two Thousand Twenty which will probably be a day that lives in infamy. I think for a lot of dentists basic review of what happened. Today I went into the office. I had actually you and I were talking last night and you helped me kind of decide that this the the corona virus thing is happening right now. It's it's been happening but Pushes definitely come to shove and There were quite a few states like yesterday on Sunday. Came out with recommendations to move to a non elective. Care only emergency care. Only I'm in Michigan. Michigan had not put anything out there yesterday but I had decided to go to emergency only just because I felt like I felt it was important and I think that we'll get into that in a second. But what's interesting? Today is a whole bunch of states Came out with. There's a lot of state Dental associations came out with recommendations I. Actually I started this morning by like trying to list many of them on the dental hacks nations I could. So people could get. That information had said nothing up to that point and But quite a few states came online today with recommendations in most if not all of them some of them have not recommended any changes just just screaming that sort of thing quite a few of them had recommended closing the office Or only doing emergency care that yet right pretty much. Yeah for sure There are some states that yeah it was. I mean they might as well not really said anything But yes some of the states are saying either essential or You know non elective. Treatment is what you should be doing. And the main reason they're saying that although it wasn't written in their suggestions recommendations necessarily as sort of this like underlying if this corona virus is spreading at the speed that it is in one of the main problems that were concerned about. Is the emergency room capacity hospital capacity one way that Dennis can contribute in mitigating? That concern is to have some availability within their offices to see some of these. Urgent Care. you know emergency patients that would otherwise go to the Emergency Room. So basically what? You're what you were saying was. Essentially the emergency room is the wrong place for a toothache right now. It's kind of the wrong place for that but it's definitely place now because we need the capacity in hospitals and emergency rooms for the potential for. What's coming now mind you? We don't really know like I think a lot of people in United States don't believe it's coming up but then then the Ada came in and they weighed in. And I'm going to read a read what they said The ADA recommends dentists nationwide postpone elective procedures for the next three weeks. Concentrating on emergency. Dental care will allow us to care for our emergency patients and alleviate the burden the dental emergencies would place on hospital emergency departments. Which essentially is what we're saying. I mean that's that's that's the story and then to add that came in this evening and a lot of people literally like were still not sure what they were going to do. Even though they'd had a bunch of recommendations from the state but now the has sort of given a blanket statement across the country. So what do you when you heard that or saw that what? How do you feel people are reacting to that? They're dissatisfied like they want it to be more or they want it to be less very few weights. Thank God like now we know all we wanted was for them to say something no matter what they said. It wasn't gonNA be enough One thing I do want to comment on however when we're talking about emergency departments because I do think that there's a little bit you know. We talk about like patients in emergency departments and people might not understand the extent of that dental visits the emergency department at most emergency departments are in the top three counters. That's how common it is so for us to attempt to mitigate that problem like that's a real responsibility that us even if that is just the reason to have a little bit more space in your schedule take that seriously well and the other thing is is that I mean it'd be really good deal address that without the corona virus coming down on us because that's a whole issue on its own. I'll give you that but but knowing. This is the case being able to treat emergencies abdus weekend so we literally keep them out of their hair but more than that. I gotta say that okay. I'm just GONNA put this out there. It's not a very popular thought process but like let's just just player pretending game because a lot of people. I think don't really think this is that big of a problem because we have not seen like most people don't know someone who has ruined virus yet you. I mean the numbers. The United States are growing. Obviously but they're still relatively small. The difference is that we're looking internationally and seeing the how it's going in God only knows Italy and all that stuff so so people are waiting to see someone like me get recurrent virus. Someone that looks like me someone. That's my age someone that they relate to and I recognize that. That's the biggest concern right now. I we're not able to see the sort of people that are affected by it But I'm convinced that we will. Eventually the other thing is day by day. The numbers are continuing to grow. Well let's just pretend that the public health measures that they are attempting to put in which is basically social distancing which is basically closing stuff up in staying home. Let's just pretend that that was going to work now as dentists. What's the best way to support that? The Best Sport that is Nazi patients. The best way to support that is be closed. I mean yes we can. We can triage emergencies by the phone. And be there for people when you need them but the reality is is that the best way to do. This is not having come to the office because of all the stuff. They've got to do to get from their house to your office. All the different doorknobs. They're gonNA touch all the different. I mean the idea is literally walk in Michigan. They just closed all the restaurants and bars because people ought to run away and New York there and California California do so reality is like that is a strong message saying stay home old leave because yes yes the way we fight this. Yes.
"zeller" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"California keep shooting up Zeller says the median price of the region in January five hundred and thirty three thousand that's up six and a half percent from last year Oslo kind of structural courses fewer homes for sale which is helping push up prices there are a lot of people wanting to stay but yet at the a major a major focus people want to buy homes mortgage rates are low demand is high for these things that's why you're seeing everything turns the upward price pressure as well but in the end of the day people are are not moving right now even though there's a decline in listings sales in the region rose nearly eighteen percent from January of last year classes Clark says he thinks prices will continue to increase with sales numbers by trade so that your people are looking to sell California Democrats have introduced bills aimed at spurring construction lawmakers introduced eight bills in Sacramento all aim to spur new construction by slashing construction fees we have been building for years woefully under at the level of demand in our state one of the big impediments to developing more units is the fact that feasted charged on housing developers per unit have increased dramatically over time I simply member David uses those fees can account for one sixth of the final price of the home so we're trying to make this a one went for as many stakeholders as we can and we need to because we're seeing the suffering on our streets when it comes to homelessness were seen working families being priced out of neighborhoods and communities in California we're seeing record of action rates we need to do something different to says they need to build about three and a half million new homes and apartments over the next five years Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio California state assemblyman is again pushing a bill that would wipe out criminal records of hundreds of thousands of people with misdemeanors and felonies eligible for probation dating back to nineteen seventy three Democrat Phil ting says the whole to remove barriers that prevent many of these people from finding work or even housing and if you can't get housing and you can't get work it's very difficult to have a stable life in this state or really in any part of this particular country arresting conviction record can be expunged instate this bill automates the process of removing the need to petition judges which can cost thousands of dollars in attorney fees California DA's association hasn't commented on the measure which was removed from a bill that was approved last year do it yourself does one more step in LAX some passengers at the Bradley terminal now have the option of dropping off their bags without going to an airline counters it's called self bag drop and that's exactly what you'll do if you're a passenger on a genre Cathay Pacific rooftops or Norwegian airlines it takes about thirty to forty five seconds to complete the task rob wood from England founded a breeze on the boarding pass confirm some details that the by gone way did told no more going to the counter over waiting no more as long as long as it works is all about yeah airport spokesman Charles prince uses the human factor in checking your luggage is replaced by computer screen in the conveyor belt you actually check the bag in yourself put it on a conveyor belt and you can watch you could basically go in with all the other backs now if you have oversized or overweight bags you'd still have to use an agent to check them but LAX officials hoping through the forty eight month test period that the new technology will speed up passenger flow and reduce stress for travelers at LAX Pete Demetriou Kay and extend seventy newsradio two twenty.
Business leaders see the light of 'moral capitalism' at Davos
"World Economic Forum in Davos is well it is what it is right. Lots of very important people talking about very important things with very debatable actual results so that's important certain context but day one this year today did put a special focus on climate change. And if you've been keeping score the past number of months a lot of companies are actually actually out ahead of all the VIP's The starbucks said today. The Coffee Company would and this is a quote give more than we take from the planet Microsoft promised as we reported yesterday that it's going to recapture all the co two it's ever emitted jetblue says it's going to go. Carbon neutral offsetting what its planes bump into the the air. The investment firm Blackrock as we reported the Federal Reserve the Bank of England are all talk and climate change now so marketplace's Nova Sappho gets is going with Y business. Business and finance are increasingly going. Very shades of green business is having an environmental moment and Vilis Zeller has noticed in the last few through months has taken off boy Zim their tracks the economics of climate change at the new school. He says one reason for that. Acceleration is that disasters art art in the news and some people has no to something has to be done. A recent survey found that three in four Americans are now worried about climate change. That's an all time. High says Anthony Liser Woods of Yale who co published the results many companies are scrambling to try to respond onto this shift in the political social and cultural climate of climate change and the financial risks. It poses starbucks has promised to go what he calls resource source positive. Regenerating more natural resources like drinking water than it uses up. Laser would says companies are responding to pressure from within two employee's want to work where climate change is taken seriously. These kinds of attributes become really really important in trying to attract top shelf talent but what are companies actually promising with terms like carbon negative carbon neutral sustainable Edward Maybach who studies climate change communication at George Mason University. versity says that's a good question. Part of the problem with sort of the whole greening of the corporate sector has been the fact that the terms have been very very vague which Maybach says can make consumers skeptical. I'm Nova Sophos for
"zeller" Discussed on Big Time Basketball
"It even last year you would come in and play well? Is You know limit wrong. Me and Tony Parker here last year of Only Kinda spurts. This summer I was. He put a lot of work and You more but I mean he. He was my cousin he gets alone in fourth. Quarter so Yeah it's been fun to watch someone play with of of course. But were you a fan of Indiana Pacers. And what's that light with Michael Jordan as your boss battles back in the day yeah. I was I was growing up. We we grew up about two hours south of any lives so And I had two brothers honestly so I go family ties to go to Pacers game. Maybe once a year the top pop nosebleed so Sometimes I have to remind myself of that at the game tonight. That's the only game they'll see all year so Yeah it was a huge for me to go so but that's never come up in conversation with I've ever had some bad even more. So coaches my first year. So we definitely went back and forth on. You know the the pacing overflow. You know. You've been Ben Charlotte for years. You've obviously been around Jordan. The owner like it does it ever. Is it ever to kind of like normal for for you. Just have Michael Jordan being around. Does he still get it. After during practices you still trying to challenge some guys like give us some good Jordan stories. How much does he around the team in messing around with you guys? Yeah that's exactly what we were one that you know. Even though he's around the nation for seven years it's been. It's still going on just a minute a guy He's around everyone's kind of you know on high attention this together. Thank you minister the nighttime you can train them. He'll sit at the end of our best every customer or the House so It's always cool to have around. Ah Conan like even with eight. Obviously Kim became up to Boston. I deal with every day. He is unbelievable. Aw Person He and I. I was at the return game when he was in Charlotte. What was it like being around Kimba? And then just idea that he's gone now. Has that been. Yeah Yeah it was. It was good for me for my for six years and my crew and the other plane lengthened. You weren't for Ah was was great for me like you said you know. He doesn't like the spotlight. He just wants to play basketball. I just want US Basketball Alaska Ettlin. That's what I appreciate that. Thanks from him. He's I've se- superstar League all-star do never nut from being around his homily family like basketball. On a case. By you mentioned you know you guys have a good game coming up later tonight against the Pacers and they've got two bigs. I mean obviously it's a bonus thousand miles turner and so you got you got your work cut out for you but it's almost like night in and night out in the Eastern Conference. There's a Lotta really good athletic big man. Whether it's you know obviously Janos at the power forward and bead Bam's Bam's another guy that's burst onto the scene. The two guys that I just mentioned in Indy is there is there a matchup against another guy. Another senator their power for. Were you know going to that night that is it's GonNa be a battle it's GonNa be you know you're going to have to bring every single night or it's GonNa be a long night for you. Yeah I mean like you said this is someone every night I mean you know drumming unanimous some of those guys that leak I'm going to guess. Even Chris Thomson Custody Offering Gossiping Every AH executive bonuses playing well Bam a couple young guys as of This year so Having having someone every every night. That's the most. There's no easy games now Non Conference as well about forty forty. So you overnight. He is Hornets. Senator Cody Zeller and good luck tonight. Cody thanks for hopping Finan. And make sure you check out his kicks for kids program in the shoes he's going to be rock and cody. Where can people go to watch a check it out and donate Tatsu? What's this tragedy? Assistance Program for survivors and either on their website. Graham based on how you can donate awesome. We really appreciate happen on gals best of luck And we hope to talk again in the future. All right thanks. Yeah thanks for.
"zeller" Discussed on Big Time Basketball
"Jason he and I I was there at the return game when he was in Charlotte. What was it like being around Kemba in then? This idea that he's gone now. Has that been for you. Yeah it was. It was good for me for my for six years by Chris. GotTa play within. You weren't for Was this was great for me like you said you know. He doesn't like the spotlight. He just wants to play basketball. I just want US basketball less compete. And that's what I appreciate more from him. He's I've se- superstar League all-star never nut from being around his homily dislikes about you mentioned. You know you guys have a game coming up later tonight against the Pacers and they've got two bigs. I mean obviously it's a bonus and miles turner earner and so you got you got your work cut out for you but it's almost like night in and night out in the Eastern Conference. There's a lot of really good athletic. Big Man you. Whether it's obviously Janos at the power forward and bead bams and other got its burst onto the scene. The two guys that I just mentioned in Indy is there. Is there a match up of against another front court Guy Senator powerful or were you know going to that night that it's going to be a battle battle is going to be. You know you're going to have to bring it every single night or it's GonNa be a long night for you. Yeah I mean like someone every night I mean you know drumming Some of those guys are leak I'm GonNa yes even Tristan Thompson. Custody Awesome Gossiping. Every every shot goes down like sense about plenty of well Bam a couple of young guys if so Yeah someone every the every night though. There's no easy games as a non conference game for time as well about by forty. So doc overnight he is Hornets Center. Cody Zeller and good luck tonight. Cody thanks for hopping on and make sure.
AirPods, a $6 billion business for Apple, will be bigger next year
"Playing the part of your this week as Bernstein research analyst. Tony Psych UNAGI. CNBC had Tony. Tony Tony Issuing a note. Friday discussing discussing the growth of air pots. The way he sees it could be stellar. second-degee things apple's truly wireless earphones. where a six six billion dollar business for the Cupertino Company this year and next year's looking significantly better the CORDING TO CNBC? The analysts said Friday. That apple could sell eighty five million air pods and twenty twenty generating about fifteen billion dollars in revenue. If sales of the wireless headphones phones grew at the same rate again. Twenty twenty one. The product would become apple's third largest business Saginaw Gi said sound Stellar Zeller. Right as I said before. A second doggy thinks it could be stellar but he doesn't think it will be comparing air pods odds trajectory to the ipads rapidly slowing growth for years after it launched. Saginaw Georg all over the earphones on Friday quoting his note given air pods extraordinarily steep adoptive. Kurban rapid saturation of the IPHONE installed base. We see a dramatic deceleration. Ration- Pods Revenue Growth by twenty twenty one or twenty two does single digit growth rates or possibly lower SAKANAKA has a market for forming on apple shares henceforth to be known as neo four.
School district shuts down amid possible norovirus outbreak
"A fast moving outbreak of a highly contagious virus is now sickened hundreds of Colorado kids forcing an unprecedented step there CBS's Omar via Frank is in Grand Junction reporting that the entire districts of the twenty two thousand students was shut down and there's no word tonight's the neighboring school district may also close its doors according to the centers for disease control people with norovirus illness can shed billions of norovirus particles but it only takes a few particles to make other people sick the virus spreads to direct contact with an infected person consuming contaminated food or touching painted surfaces symptoms include vomiting diarrhea and stomach pain joy Zellers three daughters are among the students now at home the school district made the right choice because the health of our families I mean nobody wants to spend thanksgiving break with everybody puking now you know one Vance about half the kids in the district they rely on the school lunch program for a meal and the district plans to send out their food trucks to make sure the kids are fed
Embiid scores 18, leads 76ers past Hornets 114-106
"The seventy Sixers took control in the second half as ended a three game losing streak with a one fourteen one oh six win over the Hornets trailing by five with the half Philadelphia opened with a nineteen the six run taken a seventy two sixty four lead at eleven to run at the start of the fourth quarter in the nineteen ninety four lead to all the beat had a team high eighteen points for come quick mods came off the bench to score seventeen al Horford added fifteen we were really trying to play with that with some good pace and I really move the ball well and I would always encourage and beat quick Boston Horford were among six who scored in double figures for the Sixers Cody Zeller had a game high twenty four for Charlotte Michael Luongo Philadelphia
How soon is too soon for weight loss surgery?
"So it may be that weight loss surgery has to be considered sooner rather than later. But how far can we take that psychologist? Dr Meg Zeller is professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati children's hospital medical center. I agree that it suggests that teens should be referred earlier to surgery in their weight gain. I don't think that says, necessarily, when they're younger than thirteen the average age of an adolescent patient is roughly seventeen. So what we know most about our kids who are older adults sense. So I feel into we know more about the younger adults since we should be careful about talking about younger patients. So while Zeller says, age thirteen is the floor. She's comfortable with for now many experts haven't settled on how young is too young across the globe. We've seen the boundaries challenge for age and we've seen things that seem almost incredible to believe done in kids, that are really quite young toddlers. If you will these operations do have consequences, and we don't understand quite all the consequences yet. And we've taken a stepwise approach to say you know what, teenagers who have completed the majority of their growth, who are suffering from these diseases of obesity, that are certainly going to affect them in an adverse way over the next decade or two. We need to be. Offering modern solutions to this problem. But if I'm referred I three or four year old with a severe city, I'm going to take a much different look at that patient. You know, then patient is a teenager. Many doctors say they prefer that a patient, at least be through puberty before receiving weight loss surgery. So as to not interfere with growth and hormonal
Mitch Zeller, Norway And FDA discussed on Cigar Dave
"And the health minister conservative health minister in Norway. She has the same views. She was appointed. The new health minister a week ago yesterday. Critics of course, saying she has little understanding of what public health is. Here's what she had to say. My starting point for this. With public health is very simple. I do not plan to be the moral police. I will not tell people how to live their lives, but I intend to help people get information that forms the basis for making choices what a breath of fresh air. My goodness common sense. Why can't we why can't we have that here in the United States instead of Mitch Zeller, who's an absolute pleasure? Police zealot in the FDA tobacco control department in division. What a breath of fresh air. What a repeat that my starting point for this. With public health is very simple. I don't plan to be the moral police and will not tell people how to live their lives, but I intend to help people get information that forms the basis for making choices she goes on to say people should be allowed to smoke drink, and he does much red meat as they want. You know what? Have a little dear hold on a second little emotional here. Oh, goodness. People eating as much meat as they let me let me let me compose myself here.
Recall petitions against Nevada state senators ruled invalid – Las Vegas Review-Journal
"Courtnall university immigration law professor stephen yell lor thinks the high court justices could side with the president the court may have tipped it's hand last fall when it allowed this third travel ban to go into effect while the case percolated up through the lower courts the court had wanted to stop it then it could have a federal judge in washington wants a total reboot of president obama's daca program that protects young illegal immigrants so called dreamers from deportation judge john bates ruling the trump administration's decision to end daca was predicated on its legal judgment that the program was unlawful but that that legal judgment was virtually unexplained he called it arbitrary and capricious so the trump decision was unlawful and must be set aside administration has ninety days to appeal a shooting outside a home depot in dallas texas left to police officers and historic security officers seriously wounded police chief rene hall three offices are out of surgery that is the two police officers from dallas and our loss prevention officer from home depot surgery we're asking for your continued prayers for them and their families suspect twenty nine year old armanda lewis juarez was arrested after a police chase late tuesday night made a rising number of complaints from parents and teachers the fda's moving to crack down on jewel labs makers of an electronic cigarette that's disguised to look like a computer thumb drive the kids are using it to vape in class and in the public mitch zeller heads up the fda center for tobacco products e cigarettes remained by far the most popular tobacco.
"zeller" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"I said i was gonna watch that game a in our last show that was the one that the grizzlies lost by sixty one i tweeted out a in really should equality 'cause i was just using my phone on my plasma tv which is has like all this like flickering to it a when you try to take video of it but i mean there is just an absolute keystone cops level of stuff from the grizzlies in that game in addition to losing by sixty nine is really i is a good advertiser to never watch tanking basketball ever again well it's it's okay if both teams are kind of similar level but link kemba went off the way that he did there those the games that i hate the most are when one team is is especially if they're under talented like the grizzlies right now and then the other team is still carrying because those are just demolitions i don't really enjoy very much even the ones that end up being kind of close they're just frustrating both not gomez i think the biggest way that he's lost out is the nature of supply and demand at center now there is plenty of supply and there is not that much demand and so he ended up in part of it is being victim of circumstance but there just aren't that many teams that need that are just starving for centers and so yeah i would love to see him get fifteen minutes a game on a team but there just aren't that many opportunities now he is under contract for guaranteed at the middle of next year nonguaranteed at the middle of the year after there does not appear to be a team option on that though so they won't it's not the he used special they won't have that decision necessarily but i think he could be potentially a rotation level of contributor for a charlotte team that of course is going to be very resource strapped or you could see the maybe trying to move cody zeller in the offseason a guy who can actually play cody's take how much like other zeller the festivities experiencing this new soreness now in that surgically repaired knee is not going as a history of bruce's their stuff of so that's a concern but how much would cody zeller help like the.
The Dominant 20: Barry Bonds, baseball's king of home runs and controversy, is No. 17 on our list
"Three months four month pregnant throw into about this throw in two olympic gold medal of the singles two and doubles and it's not even close giving that's no difference the title 'cause he's been fabulous bear bomb was unbelievable but as far as dominant over the last twenty years she's twenty three and six in finals twenty three and six man is not even close he finished good so back to rob parker's initial point if we're talking about a three year window of dominance and not twenty years if we're just talking about three years it's a real close call between barry bonds and tiger woods but i'm going to go with rob on a three year window because i covered barry bonds in two thousand and one i was there all the way home and it was the most unbelievable athletic feet i have ever witnessed because i know how hard it is to hit a baseball and i know that barry bonds was the first hitter and the only hitter i've ever seen who actually had the advantage over the pitcher no one's ever had that before and he did they were afraid to throw a strike to barry bonds because it was going to get blasted you can have your pd's if you want to i don't care you still have to be able to do that and skip the pitchers had us impede they were pitch so i'm going to throw that out forgive me some people are just offended and they just they disqualify berry just on off the top but berry bonds for three years he dominated a sport in a way that it it'll never be dominated again i don't think i don't think we're ever going to see that again and soda tiger i gotta give listen those three years that ninety nine two thousand two thousand one that tiger slam stretch there was a lot of competition there and he just brought everyone to their knees with high degree of difficulty because of the color of his skin he had to deal with that he had to deal with the negativity that surrounded him even though the world was in all immediately of tiger woods fuzzy zeller but he had he had to deal with a lot of stuff along the way in just shrug it off and just keep on dropping putz from ten feet and twelve feet and fifteen and twenty feet and.
"zeller" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"No i didn't have worked for any of that it but she likes his sauce exhaust telling to make the sauce spicy there's and there's no way that there's any of this changes because even if you at home and said you know she's using loubscher did he doesn't want to give up that time with her so the only way this unfolds is by finding out the truth the epa she might not be used let's unite happy that's what i'm saying wouldn't it be beautiful but we do lobi what does he might but she also does not like do at her share of the word ask for what it is not a good trading away no not at all on a russian when it that right then but i mean is she going to bury him they're probably not going to get married so she's already here politics i my mom's check an end what you might say she's using him for a grade oh no i know i don't know the moms now everything but she still may like him likes you might want to get great and she wants to solve everything may be true right all this everything we have larger yes she might want the sauce and agreed that is true right what can you have your sauce and your great what if he gets used as can a break my heart like if he if he does all the way and then he gets up with the project and then boop she didn't even eat lunch with them anymore what about all those women's women's women's you've used over the years truth is like high school all over again i never idle electric's all this none of that is chain nod it technology now but it's still the same stuff every day all the same emotion zeller ever the same games that everything i know it is there everything cyclical do we talk about the fight against you had gone on last night on the thing sorry i thought i thought i'd share with the fellas as you know i had a um this is good while at a girl does she wanted a she wanted to call my bluff and to see if uh to see if i really do.
"zeller" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"I helena cell entity elsie mention what was the same way in the year helen a cell anna t l cement so it's prop i the year thing so it's probably not helena zeller tlc right it would probably be is that that nato c matches aside from the chelsea paper views i don't know yet i might be blanket on this when you guys is this an easy wanner rugged this guy in the golden globes every single question he's been like it added it today is it a minor kick myself after do you know you don't know katie as you can guess if you want i don't have i mean educate again i don't have enough getting a agent gift guests russell many five the megapowers collided it to you'll see how it is so we oxide and i didn't understand the question it's a paper viewer tlc anna helena selma happened on the same show seen cart saying i understood that is to say that lasted more than a year no no clue right okay what's what's what's what's the answer guy the answer is on trade even two thousand six giles delivers is a tribute to yosi at the experts bands of big show at route great job i might give wellington golf hoodie guys rotate great guys vote they great sex generousity sam ladies and gentlemen men i wanna give you all a big thank you for coming out and supporting the show tonight uh hopefully it some is this something you'd like to see us do again.
"zeller" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"It's like chatted zeller enters time she's she's on her cooking shows like and then we had the multitude allah let aren't honest to god italian woman even so our grandmother would probably disowned her if she pronounced it any other way this is not a situation is not secretly russia i choose to believe that a home in their beautiful home that twitch makes fun of her for this month richer all la la um i love about their marriage in their family their so you yes and i'm not like a though kids are cute person but uh their child is extremely cute anyway he has so they christina vastly i dunno i think jenna is looking at them very hungrily but just jenna okay so speaking of jenid you wanna jump ahead a little bit to win jenna declared kiki to be the best ballroom dancers ever audition for their best male ballroom dancers ever addition for the show and not snatched him up even though he could do hypothesis life miserable member hooky he is he is the one he auditioned he was in the episode the only reason i remember him as because i watched last week's episodes like minutes before watching this one he was in last week's episode he auditioned with his not girlfriend in they are dan they call themselves dance soandso he was the boy right okay was he like maybe now wearing glasses or something he will you look different to me in this one okay i remember him now remember i remember i think he's really q and she was the one she kept talking over 'em yes okay i totally remember this well i just like did not even connect does i am not good with faces though so it's it's totally possible that like half the people i didn't recognize i probably on some podcasts was like i'm assess with this person and then just like did not remember who they are i feel we were watching the amazing 100person number on the way in which was actually the number they used for the choreography rounds and the auditions but they are i was looking it was like i.