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The First Ever "Blanket Fort" Show

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

58:51 min | 1 year ago

The First Ever "Blanket Fort" Show

"From NPR. It's from the Tom. Celebrating the power of music in the hands of America's interest. Hello friends and welcome to a completely unique from the top experience. This is our first ever blanket. Fort Show I'll explain. We're putting this show together during the covert nineteen global pandemic and while that has been painful and disorienting for all of us. The young people on from the top have insisted on making something beautiful out of this situation. I guess that's not surprising. Really it's what we love about the young people who we work with goodwill hope an energy for me you know living here in Manhattan. Which is really the epicenter of the American crisis putting together. This show today has been totally mood altering. It's been exciting. It's also been a great learning experience for me too. I truly hope and believe that this will alter your mood for the better too. So here's what we've done. All our live shows of course have been cancelled and our kids can't leave their homes so we decided to send them recording gear and walk them through the process of recording themselves and then conduct our interviews. And even our musical collaborations remotely I have to say. The tech has been amazing. I mean this couldn't even been possible just five years ago so in order to make the show sound good all the kids with the help of their parents by the way who have been amazing have had to pad their home recording rooms with pillows and blankets hence are goofy title of this episode. The blanket fort show now during this unsettling time I have to say I find the music of Bach. To be particularly comforting. Because it's spiritual but also it's sensible and its grounding so you're going to hear quite a bit of Bach today starting with our first performer coming to you from his living room. This is eighteen year old cellist. Cameron Shoe from Palatine Illinois performing prelude from Bach's third suite in C major Hum Hum and We just heard eighteen year. Old Cameron Chew Are Young cellist from Palatine Illinois performed the prelude of Bach's cello suite number three in c major and he was performing that right in his own living room. We're in the midst of this global pandemic so we don't have the luxury of getting together and meeting and performing in person and he's here with me now virtually and I'm looking at him. He's got a Mike on a little stand and the stand is sitting on an upside down. Spaghetti Pot and he's surrounded by blankets and it is wonderful to see this home setup. Cameron how are you and first of all just Bravo on the performance? Also creating a home recording setup isn't totally new for you in fact you have just recently made a really powerful video To sort of respond to the crisis that we're all going through right now. So what you did was you took the Swan One of the most beautiful and well known cello pieces and you had each cellist. Perform one phrase at a time and you talk about that process short video itself. We picked this piece because it's very simple yet. Incredibly and kind of how the project started was a friend and I had this idea to do something on a national level like get twelve cellists from from around the nation but then after thinking about it this pandemic is really affecting everybody in the world and This video really would have a stronger message if this was kind of an effort done by Various countries including the so we we had looped the peace once more so that it was twice as long so we can include twelve other chalice from different countries. Yeah it's such a soothing piece of music which we really need during this time and I love how each challenge just takes their own phrase and so we get to hear everyone's unique sound and at such a moment of unity. We've been listening to the audio from the video but for all of you listening at home in order to really get the full power of this thing you have to see it and and and see the way it's put together. It's just beautiful so we've got a link at the top dot org. Go check it out. I'm not surprised that you succeeded with your home recording today because you actually come from an incredibly musical family spill the beans on the nickname that you use to describe your family's rather musical inclinations. Yeah so when I was young I used to call us the Asian von Trapps the Asian von Trapp. So tell us about your your Asian von Trap Family Family Yes oh my dad is Violence he plays in the Chicago Symphony. Orchestra my mom is a piano teacher and My brother he's cellist right now Grad School At the Rice University and my sister is the violinist at the Curtis Institute of Music. And she's from the top alum. Oh yes but now I mean in the midst of everything that we're going through you. Actually you have your family kind of back together again right. Yeah definitely what you know. We had a few sight reading sessions and It's kind of difficult because we really need a violist. So sometimes Sometimes we we get our. My cousin is a violist. So he's kind of well that's convenient. Yes so he lives like emitted away from us so sometimes we kinda sneak into the house. You know kind of breaking yeah keep him six feet away all six feet away. Thank you so much for being with us today. Cameron and for recording your music at home and and diving into this crazy experiment with the blanket. Fort Show. It's been really great to get to know you. Thank you very much for having me for the last fifteen years from the top and the Jack Kent. Cooke Foundation have awarded over. Three million dollars in scholarships to talented young musicians who have financial need. We still have more to give got it from the top dot. Org to learn more as I mentioned earlier. We're putting this show together during what I'm hoping is the peak of this Cova nineteen crisis and so all of our young musicians are recording themselves at home. Almost all of them are using from the top's audio gear that we sent them and we've carefully and joyously coached them through that process including our next performer. Who LIVES IN MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA? She's an excellent pianist and her name is Clara role stead. She's fourteen and she brought us a beautiful piece. By the Great Robert Schumann. Well Clara it's so great to have you here. Thank you so much for joining. Us remotely Right now I'm seeing you at your piano. You have blankets all around to create this sort of home studio. It's very impressive. Before you get into your performance tell us a little bit about what we should know about. This Schumann peace. And of course it's titled the Abegg Variations. Yes so this piece is very cleverly titled It's title is ABC Gee-gee Operations. Most people assume it's based on a character that Schumann had in his head but then there was also a real Ahlberg that he met a couple of times so people are not sure who this Abegg wrote this ave radiation piece on but he starts the piece very cleverly he starts off literally with a B E g g on the piano so he's actually going out the name with musical letters. Yes I'm wondering if you can actually demo for us the A. B. E. G. G. The way he spells out the name at the very beginning of the piece yes of course right so that's the main theme and it comes back again and again he sneaks it into surprising little spots either in the left hand or the right hand. Could you play for us how it happens variation three with all of that crazy right hand? Filagree happening around it. Yeah Oh okay so now that we know what to listen for. Let's hear you dive into the whole peace. I'm just going to sit back and relax here. I'm at home in my cosy New York apartment and you are half a country away. And you're going make this Schumann. Come to life. I can't wait to hear you play it. Long Only we heard fourteen year. Old Clara roasted from Minneapolis Minnesota performing variations on the name tag by Robert Schumann. So far on the program. Today we've been hearing our kids play from home unaccompanied but now you're going to hear a long distance musical collaboration. I had the adventure of collaborating remotely with the basis up next. It's eighteen year old. Brayden Ellis from Bramall Pennsylvania. So we did this by sending recordings back and forth a few times Brayden in his home and me in my New York apartment so that we could actually synchronized with one another but also share our musicianship with each other and yet never lose the natural push and pull of musical expression. So here's the result. This is Brandon Ellis and yours truly performing a double Bass version of meditation from Thais Baiju. Msa and uh-huh Brayden eighteen years old from the Philadelphia Area performed meditation from Thais? By jewelry on the Double Bass with yours. Truly on the piano and Brayden is one of our Jack. Kent Cooke Young Artists so after Brandon finished recording his take of meditation in his Living Room. He and I talked over zoom. I began by asking him what you might perceive to be a kind of superficial question. But don't worry there's a method to my madness. I I've read that you are very tall. You might be the tallest from the top kid ever May. Maybe maybe A. I'm six five My Dad is six six. My little brother who sixteen right now is like six eight Is it true that your brother's size actually affected his ability to play instrument? Yeah like he's play violin and then his fingers just got too big like he couldn't play like half steps anymore. It's just like you gotta get something so everybody's tall like most people when they see us They're like do you play basketball. You play some sport and I'm like I play Bass. Yeah so as great. How how did you end up playing the bass okay? Yeah So I played violin for about five years and I only made squeaky toned so I was like all right fair. I'll play a go. Get a cello And so he went to the Luthier I saw base so I got sidetracked right away and I was like what is this. This looks cool and I thought that it was like the fingerings where the same as like a violin. Then I realized it's it's not even tune the same way. Like how do you play this thing? I WANNA learn so nice to pay for the cost of getting the instrument I dragged my brother and we went out to the front lawn of The luthier is like store and We picked weeds. Cut The grass I that Poison Ivy. My brother was fine and Yeah I got the base. I gotTA Vanda transport it and rest is history. Wow I love the idea of you and your brother doing yard work for a Luthier in exchange for or you know to help mitigate the cost of this giant vase now in addition to playing classical base you also do a lot of music outside of that realm and it turns out you make all these wonderful tracks at home and This one you to us. I just think it's so cool. It's called Polaris. Let's take a listen So tell me about this tune and is it satisfying for you to be able to make music like this which is so different from the typical experience of a young classical musician? Yeah I think with classical music reading on the page and you can have your interpretation of that but you also have your inner musician. Your inner composer like everybody has it like everybody's noodled around made their own little licks and stuff but once you take that and just kind of explore yourself. I think that's just what's very satisfying for me. Your whole roof comes out and is there. It is like that's you so that song is named after a star and I have a feeling that has something to do with your interest in astronomy. I can name so many. I love astronomy. Like I'm not not at all professional but I do like reading about like black. Holes like Hawking radiation how this all fits into quantum physics Uncertainty principles like that. That was not my focus in school at all but it is very satisfying to learn about so brayden. You come from a rather athletic family. You're a serious classical musician. You create these Beatson and music production you also Gig out on physics. I mean that's a lot of different interests. Do you find that there are different people with whom you connect different communities or or or folks who you have this bond with depending on which sort of area you find yourself in any given day. Yes I think like. A lot of friends come from like music programs. They do have to hear a lot about like. Oh yeah you know how Sagittarius a prime is like the black hole at the center of the galaxy like Blah Blah Blah but I will share like my performance from juilliard with them but also share like a twenty snippet beat that I made because I want to get their opinion on it so I think it's good that I'm able to kind of be free with things. I'm interested in have friends that appreciate what bike sharing and ultimately that just leads to an even deeper friendship. Yeah let's this all about exactly check up. From the tops video docu series where music lives hosted by Kevin Lucia of the Grammy Award winning Acapella group Pentatonic meet fantastic and musicians in their own communities at from the top dot org support for. Npr comes from this station and from Glenmede. An investment and wealth management company WHO believes an investment in arts education will enrich lives for generations? Learn more from Laura Larosa at two one five four one nine six zero two seven from the Jack Kent. Cooke Foundation providing scholarships to high achieving students with financial need J. K. C. F. Dot Org and from the E. C. M. C. Foundation E. C. M. C. Foundation Dot Org from NPR. It's from the top celebrating. The power of music in the hands of America's kids here again is Peter Dugan. Thanks Joanne. If you're just tuning in today's from the top is a program recorded entirely remotely in response to the social distancing practices necessary during the corona virus. Pandemic I mentioned at the beginning of the show that you're going to hear a lot of Bach today box. Music is this perfect combination head and heart intellect and spirit and I find that sense of balance to be so comforting during a time like this. So here's my contribution to today's Bach theme it's a particularly fun and uplifting piece. Actually this is the league from the French. Sweet number five in G major Ooh Check out from the top's podcast featuring music and interviews not heard on the radio broadcast at from the top dot org from the top musicians. WanNa change the world for the better and we're here to support them. That's from the top offers leadership training to all of our young musicians and we're out there with them doing community engagement projects across the country. Learn more about all our programs that from the top dot org our next performer on this. Our home studio show is seventeen year old. Alexandra vignettes go from Stony Brook. New York you're about to hear she and I collaborate remotely through the joy of technology actually took several video calls swapping audio files back and forth and some serious listening to put this all together all this being necessary. Of course to follow social distancing protocol during this pandemic. Hope you enjoy as Alexandra. Virginia and I perform C. Show by Carl. Engel arranged by Ephram Zimbalist Only seventeen year. Old Violinist Alexandria Virginia performed seashell by Carl. Engel recorded in her home with me at the piano collaborating with virtually from my New York apartment after watching her record her part in her makeshift home studio. She and I had a little chat. Well first of all let me just say how beautiful you play this piece and thank you for introducing it to me I I feel like this piece is very emotional and I know you feel that way to and from what I understand. Your teacher was telling you this is a piece that should be played with such conviction that it makes people cry. And now you've been trying that out at home using your parents as your subjects. Well Yeah Yeah So. I played this piece Amaze Summer Camp I had to learn a couple of weeks before I went there and As I learned it I sat my parents down on the couch in the living room and I was like I've played it and Unfortunately they didn't cry but I was really trying to. I can't believe I'm saying this but keep keep at it and eventually you'll make your parents cry. I know it'll happen. Let's talk a little bit about what's happening in the world today. We're in the midst of this of this global pandemic. How're you just? How are you doing? Yeah I think Being in New York especially is kind of scary. Because of the skyrocketing cases Yeah both my parents are actually doctors in our local Stony Brook Hospital and they keep on sending emails about like deploying people from other professions into like the frontlines work. And actually this Wednesday so tomorrow. My parents will get an email like saying if they're going next week or not so it's like a really day by day thing. It's really stressful and scary. It will pass. I'm sure it's scary. Well as you probably know every night at seven o'clock we all in Manhattan. Which is where I am right now. We all go out onto a rouf's or stick our heads at our window and cheer and applaud. Thank people like your parents for for what they're doing It it requires so much bravery. I actually went up on our roof yesterday and recorded that we are just so grateful for people like your parents and everything that they're doing right now. Yeah so your parents. They're both doctors but also Another interesting thing about their Polish. Right I mean your name is kind of gives that away yeah. They both were born and raised in Poland and My older sister actually was also born in Poland. Nice and neither of them plays music right and yet they know they pushed you and and your siblings to study music pretty seriously so I find it kinda surprising that they weren't pushing science or something like that you what. What about music? Do you think appeals to them. I think my dad always wanted to become a musician when he was growing up but he couldn't because of the he grew up in both. My parents grew up in communist times in Poland so getting access to that kind of private like instruction was very hard so they weren't able to do that so they wanted to push Music to their children because they can have it themselves when they were growing up. Well I think it's wonderful that your parents have given you this opportunity and you're clearly making the most of it by sharing your music in the most beautiful way. So thank you for that. Thank you so much for having me. We wanted to include an ensemble on this episode. But we thought it might be impossible given the need for social distancing right now happily we learned that one of the groups that had applied to from the top hat in existing professional level recording of their music and what a phenomenal piece. It is to will meet the group in a moment. But first here's the purple Hippopotami Flute. Quartet ages fifteen to eighteen from the Chicago area performing an extraordinary contemporary work called RAGAS SIP single by Canadian composer. Derek Shark P- vote to food. Jones turn did do how cute took turn took took. Can't that was the purple Hippopotami Quartet from the Chicago. Area performing RAGAS Sept- single by Derek. Shark the members of the group. Are Emma Krause Eighteen Catherine Chen fifteen nina to boost? Seventeen and Natalia cousins. Have also seventeen. They're coached at the Merit School of Music. One of Chicago's fantastic music. Institutions by Elizabeth Co. Okay so why? The group name Purple Hippopotami. Well apparently the syllables of that name originally helped the group count in. Sevens which they needed to do to perform a particular piece. So you know like Purple Hippopotami one two three four five six seven Purple Hippopotami Purple Hippopotami. Anyway we did a skype call together. Everyone this is Peter Dugan. Are Y'all there hi Pamela. Hey Oh my gosh. It's so great to be talking to you all and to be meeting you. I'm really happy that you're all you know staying safe and staying healthy and A now let's just talk about the piece. We just heard because it is really different for a flu quartet. You know. It's probably not what most people would expect when they think of four flutes playing together. It's very rhythmic. It's Groovy and you all play it so beautifully Emma Talk about what? It's like to play that piece in is it. Is it fun to work on that? Yeah I personally love the peace It's very different from most of the things I've played. It has a lot of extended technique which I haven't done a lot of so this piece. I've definitely grown a lot. Yes so when we talk about extended techniques just. You're referring to to all kinds of ways of playing the instrument beyond what is normally expected right. You were playing first flute on that right. Yeah so you had a lot of those long kind of lyrical moments as well so on the other hand. We HAVE NATASHA. Who is the the base flutist? You're you're part is all those extended techniques right. Yup I mean it's it's relentless you're just kind of grooving all the way through my mouth tends to get really dry so then I bring. I usually have like a giant water bottle that I'll use right before we play so I don't die in the middle so that you don't just just die in the middle that's smart Katherine Hi Oh you're you're like the baby of the group right. You've only been playing the flute. For how many years now Three and a half. Wow that's so impressive. How how did you first come to the flu? This this was back in. What like six grid. Yes so when? I got an opportunity to choose an instrument to play for the school band program. I was like well. We have a lot of options here but I chose to go with the flow because it fit in my backpack could very well because it's that small. That is a good reason. Yes so the flu I duNno it just Kinda stuck to me and I continued. End started with private lessons and ended up in the quartet which has shaped me into the flute player that I am now. I love that and you know. I've heard that you have all one. You know your fair share of competitions which is really not surprising having just heard you but what I really found very special was the way you all treat each other and behave even when things don't necessarily go so well Nina I was wondering if you could talk about what happened at the fish off competition which is of course one of if not the most prestigious of all the chamber music competitions in this country of course so last year we went to fish off and we played for the competition. I was first flute for one of the peace and When we played on the competition in front of Churches Serve Did Not come in and when I came in I was it was a very weak sound and I was not confident at all so when we ended playing I felt really bad about myself and really bad about high played and a few hours later later we were in the in the hotel room. And we're all on a bed and everything and I wouldn't point. I felt so bad that a win crying in the bathroom which was not good. We've lost that good. Yup and I went out in. We just sat in a circle on the beds with my courts. It and we shared our first or offers but experience in front of an audience that we've had and we all like win. Run after the others until it at the end it was good because we felt like we all had something bad. That happened and we felt good about it because we shared it and we can use the fact of our shared humanity kind of come together and try to feel a little bit better about things so I think your story is really timely and appropriate frosty here and more importantly I love that the four of you have this great relationship with each other that you lift one another up that's really beautiful and Thanks for thanks for being with US. Thank you thank you thank you. I hope you've enjoyed today's program recorded all remotely with our kids at home making music in their blanket for it's all around the country this is do. I want to say to you listening at home or in your car. On the way to the grocery store or taking a responsibly socially distance walk in some quiet place. Thank you for listening. Please join from the talk next week from the top is written and produced by Tim. Banker and Tom Vaguely our music. Director is Meghan Swan and the production. Managers Matt Deichmann Technical Direction by Barad. Willett with John. Escobar and Chris Rando and from the top's executive director is Gretchen Nielsen. I'm Joanne Robinson from the top an nonprofit organization based in Boston. If you'd like to appear in our program apply online at from the top dot org from the top is supported in part by award from the National Endowment for the Arts on the web at Arts Dot Gov Support for NPR. Comes from this station and from. Senior helpers providing families with personalized in home care for seniors and those living with Alzheimer's Dementia and Parkinson's committed to helping loved ones remain safe and independent at home at senior helpers dot com and from the John D and Catherine T. MacArthur foundation supporting creative people and effective institutions committed to a more just verdant and peaceful world. More information is at MAC found dot org.

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Spains secret beaches, rivers, waterfalls, canyons & caves with Lola Culsn & John Weller

When in Spain

47:50 min | 6 months ago

Spains secret beaches, rivers, waterfalls, canyons & caves with Lola Culsn & John Weller

"Hello welcome to episode of when spain. Podcast i'm your host paul badge. Thank you for joining me wherever you are around the weld. I'm coming to you from a pretty chilly. wintery madrid. the snow has melted away. Finally but what. I thought in this episode. What we're gonna do is try and banish those winter blues Well that is if you're listening in the northern hemisphere if you're listening in the southern hemisphere and i know we've got listeners in australia. Have you enjoy your summer up here in the north it's still pretty wintry and so two. How banish those winter blues. I thought we transport ourselves in this episode to some of the most beautiful natural wild swimming locations all around spain but forget those packed beaches of sunburnt tourists on the custody identify. What i'm thinking more secluded coves white-sand amrou pools craggy canyons wild waterfalls relaxing rivers those kinds of places and guiding us around these off the beaten tracks slices of watery wonder our local san and john weller. Lola is a half spanish former stand up comedian. That's right she even performed at the edinburgh festival and london's comedy store owner. She's no longer stand up. Comedian and also joining her is her partner john. Who's a photographer now. Both of them live in london but both of them are avid swimmers. So much so that they've written and produced to absolutely beautiful burks all about wild swimming in spain both inland and on the coasts. Their first book is called wild swimming. Spain discover the most beautiful rivers lakes and waterfalls of spain. I'm a second book is called hidden beaches of spain. Four hundred and fifty secret coasts and island beaches to walk swim and explore. And that's what we're going to be doing this episode exploring them. That book hidden beaches of spain is actually going to be coming out on the first of march and while in fact lola and john were lucky enough to take a year out from their jobs in london and spend an entire twelve months driving the coast of spain in their camper. Van all in the name of research must have been a pretty tough assignment in this episode. John lola again to be guiding us around some of their favorite places to swim kayak die and hike or just relax or around spain and some of the spanish islands as well and then also be offering us of course some practical advice as well if you want to do wild swimming in some of spain's wild locations so stay tuned for that. That's coming up in a few minutes just before the interview. Quick shoutout to new. When in spain patron a big thanks to alwin may not signing up to support the podcast on the crowd funding website. Paycheck dot com. If you two would like to show a bit of support for the winston podcast you can do the same at patriotair dot com ford slash when in spain. Okay then so. Let's dive into the interview with john. At just to say we mentioned a lot of place names of course and so do check out the show notes for this episode. Either on the platform where you're listening or you could also head over to the when in spain website which is when in spain podcast dot com and there. I have put a list of all of the locations that we talked about joy in the interview. So let's transport ourselves. Sit back relax. Closer is unless you're driving or operating heavy machinery and let picture ourselves walking along the beaches rivers canyons beautiful off the beaten track places around spain damase and john thank you so much for taking the time to join me on the way and stay focused today our absolute pillow. You've richard and produced two beautiful books. Gotta say your first book was the wild swimming spain Discover the most useful rivers lakes waterfalls of spain. And you've got one a new one. Congratulations on it by the way. A new on the horizon coming out beginning of much code. Each is spent four hundred fifty secret coast and island. Beaches woke swimming. Exploded a talk about these books in a bit more detail. Of course for anyone listening you hopefully in the future and get to spain and enjoy these wild swimming locations whether they're on the coast or inland. Just tell us how this came about. How did you come up the idea of putting these these books. These guides together. I always retaining in in on the beach but we started going to my mom's making in a hata adequacy your tiny tiny men they said the assan After spanish and one year my brother in law my sister and my mom wanted to kinda go and explore. We found out that that was the place and the real data which beautiful fusible along. Israel's spine in spain they might wednesday not building the wall and just time a into a food inside the fast i phase and then we start saying okay. We'll other places all that we discovered Lower not economy which is not beautiful for like in the middle of the mountains and we started exploring just around and then Every time we went every year when we went to spain today for a quite high hassle we started looking around yet still swimming swimming and he'd he wants to swim. And then when we went journalists lined up chain while things publishing's website and they have Denisa said oh. You're going to spain. We share send some fighters of your world swimming spots for from sauce inning spanked and save and we went to lake bicycle. Jump checks amazing vitek because he remained of us and we set them up. Say right back you'll eating. How would you say about buying fantastic fuel. Latest book hidden beaches in spain. Quite an interesting story behind that is that right that you took a year off and you basically spent a year driving the hosts spain in your camper van. Yeah absolutely we both come for fast. When he got contrast before the council to twenty six years old up the Still students strong hops away. This time we're gonna take more time with that. I've been up for seventeen years. John twenty something. Luckily by the game spectacle and say we literally drove around we stopped within galicia at fort show and drive the whole question. Spy and in alabama and finance. It must've adventure. i mean. what was that experience like. Did he meet us. A people eddie events that happened during that trip or some presently stating campsites plus it up on a beach in by the way we kind of met. The most interesting i think was when we were camping. Wild i just think maybe people while quiet thank you open access. One not example going to beat out with the german guy in a camper van gem guy and then a couple that were dating fame and an english guy. we just are parallel Rahmonov big policy. And then the next day this german guy steph. I'm he just had everything on as comfortable on fixed base along because we have fish falling off and he just having exactly the right screen exactly about out completely and then is it. Looks down the trip when you were a anna mean very. Luckily we were my cousin and by on the beach. I'm just about to leave the second half of the bet. And we got down and locked down in. Spain is on show you can affect is not filed awnings. You were not allowed to. They re looking at the beach every day making every everyday and not being allowed to even Makes coming round every hour there were handing out thousand year. I for anybody who was stupid enough to step on the beach. So you just don't mess with the guate- savelli spine you don't you don't so back still. It's not took it seriously. What you allowed to to the next village or so. It was quite but kind of necessary hands up against the five minutes. Okay size because he wanted to shop in their west places system. Saddam did i guess yes. I've been in worse situations. Also the children one allowed out. The children were locked up for Chitty bang bang with a child touch. Let's dissipate on one day. We who sat on the balcony and we had to chat sounds children's laughter from the beach and the children out. I i noticed says lici squeals goes loftiest. Children literally threat themselves because they were they were allowed out. They wouldn't even let the supermarket without in their parents. 'cause i was just locked in the house. That's right house for weeks and weeks long time today. That the lockdown finished in we were it was actually quite emotional date just to see people come out sticks some paper. Just it's just laughing. It's kind of celebration base. which just you know. He's two ladies who met. They said a solo dancing dots the dip on the beach with us. It's quite beautiful swimming your copy swimmers in a bit more detail on your photographer. I've got a say. Your fighters are absolutely beautiful absolutely spectacular so of poring over that ad. Talk about transport in yourself in the middle of january. I mean my god. I mean absolutely beautiful photos. Thank you very much really done. Those places justice. I would say you're the photographer aside and lola. Your the kind of words side by side view of actually written b.'s. Together as guides we may than thanks climbed up. Mountains hangs up walks. That's fight off. And then we which so. I generally have written Chapters will they jumped on a couple in he. He did a lot of directions. And the descriptions we kinda feist into face very much going. How would you describe these books. I mean diets really because let's talk about what is beautiful photography oviously maps. You've got a more detailed maps showing the specific locations of these beaches. Because let's not forget many of these Very much off the beaten path. In fact you said that some of them don't even really have names such just these little coves. So you've given Detail about how people can find the beaches given descriptions is and things like that but when we would find an every time we made a mistake one way we just i teach i read might dismiss titans survive we just half day and we tried to make as clear as possible way very much web. People gone holiday two weeks of my horror. I would be if somebody spent ages trying to find somewhere in couldn't find in every we've got the obviously the google maps by kaisha. But then we've tried to give very As clear as possible. You know you tired my hey when you see this. I'm we tried to give as much detail. About what kind of contemplates is obviously said. If is easy scott to if it's major it's really difficult is places good for families. We've tried to say it's because of the prices beaches in particular in spain if they haven't got a ball or a hotel which none of them have. You'll combine nearby so we talked to. Is that just as much detail say that people are coming to the right place for that. Thanks very much about managing people's expectations. He said he's very much a travel. Guide this kind of. It's not kind of work appraisal fiction. It's some it's it's how you get somewhere what you can expect when you get the don't want to take your kids with you to find h. And find out that you've got to you. Got to apps out on the side of clip price to get speech these places to exist in a book. And then in the captain's we tried to call him. If i tried to give a caveat say You might have noticed that each chapter starts with a little section of a pirate so one of the dance. I did was for every area. I found a pilot that had written about. The big is one of the things. I really fate about spain. His people in particular think of is united vanity woman the big beach and spain her such rich cultural history so you know in galicia as poets in galicia ignorant narrow language is one of the pioneers in basque parenting at the line and in seattle. I'm trying to just give an idea. People might be might not be interested in finding out more about these poets but just to give a cultural life another bit of historical flagler as well as his spine has rich. Cultural history are just include the story of a travel. We've captured that really. What kind of balanced really well as well from region from raising the tax. Yeah you've mentioned the kind of stereotypical that many people may have a spay some bodies unpacked beaches on the custody. Saw your i bet while still being. Spain couldn't be further away from that image of spain. Right you sought out secret rivers lakes waterfalls so we're talking inland spain. Let's talk a bit about some of your favorite places that you discovered to do your wild swimming inland in spain and one of them that i i particularly liked. Was we wait to see. We went to the office of research beforehand and we went to see a off in job which is in northern pennsylvania and we had chatting to that went to come site which cites the actually that was of inland around this one village. It was five kind of fairy. Quarter is like a little cools with mortals. Coming down into them one minute. Five amazing secret place. What would it be included in a in a series. They have been spain so that was kind of well nine then maybe sees of secret ones. I'm usually coolidge is. And that's the joy of speaking spanish an because we had we had a whole list that we were gonna guide shape but we found simony outlets just by talking to people that were much more sacred and john for you the same place. I really enjoyed story us to be honest. we Enough in the in the north of spain on the casino we found supplies scored lago the lake. Which is a natural mountain top. Polls how can an emerald lake with spine tingling visa across the estero in picks of the we swim across. There was more kind of flying up lovin the swimming. Yeah we'd lay on back so this beautiful light. Coaching eagles soaring above us. Kind of look at the mountain tops at dusk which is kind of very much. Time does something from lord of the rings. Yes yes these crazy mountains pointing out kind of before the status quo of kind of protecting my wheels took to summit itself somewhere sixteen two sixteen year olds and these two city boys tooth who sets kind of share that experience with them as well. They'd never seen anything like this before. Said it's quite moving breathtaking. Yeah i mean the pico. Stay aeroplane general. Pre impressive imprinted. Select paul we. We don't really know about these kind of these parts of gas growing up. In england in the nineteen sixties and seventies. you redid. It could get painted a different picture of spy near the of carry on films and flamenco and bullfighting which is related really spine lately. You solve the package while than it can still today you get you get so that package rather than gun you commit. Independent traveler gun fund finally real experience. Real people. I totally agree with you. I think still even now. After all these years you know the interior of spain and the novus bay still really kind of not very well known and missing out on so much by only visiting the coasts in the big cities staying with inland while swimming then before we move onto the coast and the beaches. Let's get back to you. Where would you recommend for people who want to find those really amazing beautiful dramatic waterfalls canyons. These kinds of places gone berries hold light than an area of amazing canyons. I mean we actually include gave a few places they so many canyons. The real idol water beautiful blue with a waterfall was laid kanye nameless quiet company companies in canyoning citing swimming. We we we actually jumped out attitude at the end of the canyon road. He could jump off this to you. Now they're still swimming. Weeping pleaded quite a few different places way can jump. I some these into jumping in fact a story as crooked. There's a picture actually on page six to ask some jumping much fifteen into a hole which was very very scary to watch john getting back to you. What about full canoeing and kayaking for me. Personally i would more interested in okay again up enough sturdier can ghosn onus niece. Yeah i know isn't it. They have their own river. Quack will fiercer progress. Yeah yeah that's right festival. Maima son danny on donnie. We 'cause we're gonna flexible. Clark we drive up into Up the rio deba to political then we paddled down river toward special player so we kind of had a mini adventure so a lot of darkness. Conrad absolute reality events. The pedaled district ship live Mini rapids says excitement and often. There's deep green pool switzerland. We saw another person any son of of anything or anybody. We've building for three hours. It was it was a great adventure. You right this is something in general in spain. I've noticed just more so than the uk behalf once you get out into deep deeper. Spain you see anybody or anything so much harder to get that kind of false findings huge in line that really struck you know how. How far can we be driving up to these quite often. They were in the mountains waterfalls and rivers and we just for miles and miles around mountain and then even then some the village in the middle of nine eleven. That's kind of weird spain. i met him. We went in one day and we found the bakers and at ten o'clock they still made the region. He's got up at six o'clock. I'm we've kinda saw way to to become out and had straight out with the babies values of this. Experience is one of the things. I think about old fights. The bed is supposed last traveled. You know you're gonna find experiences that you guys. He just go on a package tour to in principle. How show me. And my girlfriend got stranded up in On the border between castilian and australia's couple years had a puncture to blow out into this village. Name about five or six stuck in the middle of the night at go knocking on doors and we went into this house and it was basically someone's lounge which convert it into the local pub local bah. We're about six. Oh boys propped up in pretty drunk. Dogs rabbits in cages. A twelve year old boy. He was pouring the wine of and i asked the guy said how many people live in this village. She said oh With the dogs we're probably about twelve. Go by bums village. I was that house. My own house was a house. I lose the ball the show off. That's an experience. I think in the same way. They want to not knocking package tools. But say if you want to step out the result then these books take some amazing place this. Yeah tell us about some history of ruins magical historical places where you can also swim as well. Spying is the big question straight. it really is. it's come to the rich. Barry paul if you in kentucky Kentucky on you can find Pin in hidden beaches. While we'll tell you about place this jurassic And there's a prehistoric cave paintings in oncoming alex nash unto death in galicia galicia's literally scattered with celtic cash bribes which have became occasions. We've been to a place called the custer battling man by twenty round houses. Run pause and spain staffs. I'm just beloved with a new speech and a one place Maybe jamal remember. We went to one place with a hidden beach and suddenly really hut indonesia and suddenly realized by pipes celtic history. Then of course when you come down south you've got roman remains united in bologna down. May kathy in costs individuals. I mean but it has great. It's a massive signed june. This is coming up busy but if you go in the opposite direction. There's larry tonight features with nobody and there's a place code bilo cloudy out which is party. One of the best preserved ruins of vitamin martius Of arabic and folks vacations were spent and for fans of game of thrones to be fire has as optical. I hadn't beat you can but it was starting amazing. The place that was represented from stein throwing up in In moscow in the best country. I was talking about that with a guest a couple of weeks ago. Limited looking at the best country wild as wild stein because the whole the whole area is just like they tarbey each and price bass and some people just moved onto peaches. Just going to jump in here. Your new book is not inland swimming. But with looking at four hundred and fifty four hundred and fifty beaches just sounds like the perfect job exploring four hundred and fifty beaches jirga. Yeah i left that you've done a terrible job. someone had to. We will do it. I don't think anyone it's done this before. Tough i imagine hundred each is so this. Is your new book coming out. on march. The first she is all about coastal swimming and beaches obviously hidden beaches in spain. I guess with so many beaches and so many kind of different coasts. There's a beach for everyone. One thing about spain is a. I mean you guys get and it's very green. You can rely on the weather. But it's very very great in many features that with united avenue and statue today and the amalfi That had three people on there. Some of them at eight light behind the villages timing just behind villages and other ones a wide i into the atlantic whether south oh and kentucky prayer which has some of the speech will be. She's inspiring i think Advocacy just have these yellow sand. Beaches within really green hills is in a blue states collins. Incredible and then obviously the mediterranean inside the completely different but again the cost of a rookie. One of the great things about spying. It's kind of wage by As you're traveling up the coast you boss any dome. For example on it's still top crazy hotels and stuff like that and then literally a few kilometers the ride in not to talk and in a in spain that got this huge thing not when nothing is allowed to be built presents in the cost of bava for example as a huge national park and whether it's hidden beaches way Quiet track down the and then if you guys south again you go to our media publicity one of the least apart from in galicia now mary. I probably the least re nine fights is and it's very lucky for comment but absolutely beautiful in its own in a different buying in. There's huge cacti and that kind of dog signs speeches with huge mechanic. Mushrooms also alleged. Yeah it's kind of that Reminds me as westerns. You've got these rocks. The kind of a road by wind big rooks balanced on each other questions. Do pyla westerns likud on the pilot. Yes atlantans badlands of spain. Down there now. Maria basically desert isn't my semi desert. Inland europe's only desert thing james. He sang gauge at over to fertilize and games. I last sunday's eroded by the wind into really weird fantastic shapes. Then the bolero harland's you said that you'd like some of the most beautiful beaches that you discount. The most almost like the caribbean Were on the island of menno arrive. We absolutely loved me. Okay mayo coverage again beyond obviously power-mad migrelief know that the massively what varied island as well until after that we went to minoa chrome we got. Our expectations are high in some ways but sought beautiful beaches on developed is probably controls. The bias fans nets i Development is very controlled unlike all the politics by nine highrise. That's nothing like that. And most of the beaches on based at the beaches. And you have been this. Great comedic covi- embroiled across the whole can literally walk around the whole mino- craft and when the bridal amazing and you guys i mean there's some places where it goes on private lattened where you have to stick to the we didn't have that experience but we were told about people who are shown to that. Have guns pointed at the You're gonna take shots at literally. Were because they stacked up the in in that was private land but now allowed to guide the whole way round a new potentially will oftener our go onto a beat of swim. Comeback will five which we did a bit of and some of the beach. I mean in the south. They literally the caravan that the signed is what what why. It's the the the to entire quiz for the five. Just beautiful but then the north is completely different as a whole of whether sound is it. Looks like wow. And then there's the Switch kind of move up into is a fearful. I'm guessing those would be Locations and for everyone is interested in snorkeling or diving or anything like that. Yeah definitely i mean. We didn't do a huge amount of snorkeling. Time reasons but yeah. We saw a lot of people snorkeling. Mac and and the little bit that we did the voice side. Play his secrets. It has a common the technical name posts. Diatta antica a while it becau- because there's a lot of around minorca as a lot of saline marine life keeps the kind of gives it that kind of sparkling kind of of blue color then went scuba diving and says if you've been to the islands sears on the we booked a Scuba diving on pluses very very peaceful access is very limited. You have to put up defensing this causing the orlando enough. That hurt. that was right. Beautiful seagulls you get goals but this is very very peaceful people get. That's the kind of place that people knew from vigo can be go. Yeah yeah they say sunny spot. I was crossing. It's says he's very peaceful very beautiful place and i have lots of white sand beaches and turquoise and so very very very clear to purchase perfect for scuba diving. We haven't really mentioned this pacific gas speeches for kids. Some families around spain. I mean obviously we always think is packed. Beaches costa's full family with children. Who want something a bit mall it special. Where would you suggest. Where have you really enjoyed with your children. Some major bike sample at carina in custody. Which one where. We saw lots of local children. And that's what pools at playing. What kind of gotten galicia is a very local by the you know i may not family lanes. Teenagers playing cards. That when there's a little island in actually will win. The tide is will visit them platinum on sola now maria. It's a huge huge beach with close engines. Left side of the page. Which is the perfect place. For children's adventures is at lots of dramatic kind of rock formations. The lava domes in the cote about filming locations. This was the location for indiana judge. The recite wasn't really truly seen. Because where up. Sean carter the lights You take brevity. Flushes of the flippers skied. Spring alka find that was filled very safe Places while this is the biggest freudian side since nobody kind of big way said the kitchen just played just fun and up. Dungeon is just perfect services. You got to scream that. Put it that way. The member this sweetie catering in head on collage three three. Which again whether it just like. It was kinda my own psychological with what who was it like in made to look boon in impeach. Our choice ten. You should have sought adventures compliance The main thing is you obviously have to take a society spite Lax attitude to deserve. So you kinda have to take it but everyone could whether it was whole families in the food. Basically you have to manage your kids expectations. That won't be four slides and the piano. You gotta get. There's going to be like bogus is going to be my pizzas. You might see. Starfish adopt much more interesting than a nice game beaches hiking and say exploring caves and diving into one. I guess but one of the places that we really enjoyed hiking we went to a place in the costa khalida which is more seattle and we will following the maps and we suddenly ended up by this golden tower on the monday of course figures famous or infamous as it were if the la manga. Yeah wait to go visit these features tickets three lamonica so we drove up to the security guards talks on the guy he said. Oh you planning to spend the night the speech on The less three. Because of course you go in spain leg in costa even if they build a big luxury wherever they aren't allowed to stop having access to is crazy lightning luxury days and then went impact in part by each and then in the morning high of on this beautiful design of a pulse of light light of broken strike with rosemary Lavender down also famous. Today's a series of three beaches to his cover equitable address kindness in go neck of a tough high. But then once you got back. I mean i think there was one person one of the beaches a cop on the abate mom with my belief. Great facilitates naked. Somebody then i think we'll put those in the catskills they salute. My favorite came actually plays the piano. Which is quite a yeah. We went and stayed one year. We went in stayed in. Danya is quite a big ex pack community in down but then they began. Maybe just travel a little bit to place called leisure up as we went on this crystal pov that on the side of a hill to pave could not call yada angel inside. It's actually a manmade cave where they excavated stone to build the custody did enya have heights long details at the next everyone in the connecticut at night. Ten fifteen minutes. It's amazing haven is some kind of knowing how to fail the moment that he knows. Because it's quite a cathedral or something but then on the outside outside of this. This huge starring. You can kinda got him something by just a little bit practical advice then. For with all of this inland swimming beaches you've mentioned nudism nature is It's just something to be aware of. If it's a very remote beats like you said without hotels. And i mean it is. There's a strong possibility. You may see groups of people families individuals at make it. And yes if that's not you're saying you just going to have to run the paper that spinal basis. It's just one of those things that something that you'll kind of fum sensitive to then. Maybe you become desensitized out. I just he needs to go somewhere else. We these beaches a famous our book symbol next to the beaches which nudist not i can can everyone's in age your age and some people being the nate on some people. Why a major Archives is quite quite hollering of each of the in times of being safe merged. They wanted to david marched the places way recommending time half life. God's so you have to be jan. Were they on Times when when you are if you can have somebody else with the swim out too far thai flight to negate if you recall in a whip tightly riptide is basically a you out to save. I need tax in. I goes to thank him against their. If you in the atlantic giant staying too long wise called. That's good advice. I mean will that we found walnut in kentucky have been in affects fx. Kinda warm off affects a bit more. Show to always wear sunscreen heat in the summer if you're eight land. I guess. I'm the other thing that happens. Is which could be the same for anywhere in the world in summer. Will you got stiff. Sea breeze blowing. You may not realize how hot is kind of deceptive. And you could be absolutely burning. Not we've all been burned before him have like a number as i say crispy lovely wiping wiping wear these shoes. You know dined expect bound And that's because the only thing we tried to implement we have included his spouse. Because often you know for the coordinates to get to the beach. That's not necessarily entertainment. You should have passed. Paul said possible. We've tried to mention wack advice off to oversee col. Guaranteed is going to be good advice because that's happened to us before that remember couple years ago and it was high season so should expected it. We went down like you said. It'll costa de la luz reuters. Callous that you have in a row kind of guiding Knit a north from the left from terror and o'neill early middle of september was still pretty stupid and it was just impossible of absence chocolate. We have to kind of give up on our original plans of what he wanted to go on. Find somewhere else will rely on a car. Which for many of these places you will be as to sink about that whether it's gonna be busy how far away your pumpkin. He's going to be from the beach possibly tried to mention. Where if we think it's going to be busy in some of obesity advisors just get on and also if you want the place to yourself tickly these kind of inland waterfalls and places like that but maybe the weekends get really popular and you want to take a super instagram. Abboud photos of yourself under the waterfall. I with nobody else. they're getting. I really alley. We also felt we were in the coastal thin. I think they're in autumn. We found peaches unnecessary somewhere. That you you have to sit and plus up some of these longer basis of really good for a walk he can you walk from uninterrupted wolf for hours and hours. You've hardly saying a soul just exercise. We'll take in the for. Yeah because i think we especially as as bricks we just think of some way lay on a towel or day. Long in the sun. Unattentive went to visit. I mean it's kind of obvious question. I guess i mean it's going to be hall busy high-seas in some amount shoulder seasons at best I suppose if you think you have like central northern spain it gets pretty bloody codes in the winter months as wells. It's rain is this serpent exports. It's going gonna rain but you know you might get lucky but said the northwest findings was very accessible. Airports wild camping in spain. Is it legal if you wanna do it. How should you go out camping out in the wilds in some whether it's not unofficial campsite. I said legally yesterday may again. It's a bit of a common sense thing i mean. Generally if you're gonna come fan you can pretty much call any larry's die plant based if you stop painting type in chas out like in gallup's ask otherwise you can put a much anyway unless there's a specific sign that size knock knock. I is discretion with There is a patient book. Which we've we've given some advice kind of helps you decide how to use discretion pam as jumped as usual discussion. You're not legally Camp within i think it's two hundred majors. The cpap depends depends oskar local and walk places by when we were mediocre. We are now with a group that were host fighting around the beaches. And five that on what they do. Is they arrived with hammocks the dog off the hammocks and they left first thing in the morning. Never take anything except another leave anything. Leave anybody behind. final question. Difficult one if you click your fingers right now transport yourself from london to one of as magical beaches or inland rivers. Streams ponds waterfalls weather. Where would you choose. Where would you love to be swimming right now. We have one h one h absolutely the league of us fast and i think it might have to be one of the ones in the manila May be got color for color. Poodles put years. He said the kalakuta goes on tax kids. Why serum not that many people around this time being definitely not that many people rounded that mind were being called hold. I would choose in the buddha's on the customer. Then speak just lacy just be keep a beach. Each profoundly peaceful cove hit a show to the canopy of ancient pine trees with to click sukree waters to swim. This is some. this is probably my favorite. I think we kind of stumbled across it by schultz. We were driving on the coast and between some trees which we so repeat players so we had stop in explore wind climbing them. This it was so beautiful. We had the peak hours said elect we just. This is so perfect. Let's stay hit become leave and say been printed them remember. There's there's a lovely i it. The book magical name as well be key beach alexa exactly profound beautiful lola and john. Thank you so much for joining me on the weddings paint plus to share these secret places type. The some of the listeners can get your opportunity not to distant future thank you. It's been a pleasure. Thank you for having us. So that was john lola. Just to say the new book hidden beaches. Spain is out on the first of march. But you can pre-order the printed book from amazon or from wild things publishing. I'll put a link to that in the show notes as well that comes out on the first of march and if you can't wait until the first of march you can immediately download their super exclusive prelaunch digital editions from wild things publishing website. That's for seven pounds. Nine thousand nine again link in the show notes of this episode and the website you need is wild things publishing dot com while things publishing dot com. You can order the physical copies through that website or amazon. But if you'd like to get the prelaunch digital edition You can do that from wild things publishing now. I have to say whether you're planning to come to spend any time soon or not. Obviously it's still a complicated situation with cove it. But even if you want to fantasize about getting away exploring some of those beautiful wild locations that we were talking about in the episode. I really really do recommend getting your hands on a copy of these books. Jones photography is absolutely spectacular. Also packed with loads of practical advice and detailed information on basically how to find these places as well. If you want something nice to curl up with embed during winter also would look pretty nice on your coffee table as well. If you'd like to find out more about john and lola and indeed their books you can find them on. Facebook just search for wild swimming spain. They're also on twitter under the handle wild in spain and check out instagram profile. As well and you'll see some examples of this beautiful. Photography and instagram handle is wild swimming spain. Okay so i'll leave it there for this episode. Thank you for tuning in. I will be back next week with a brand new episode of the wedding. Spain passed in the meantime please do you consider signing up to support podcast at patriotair dot com forward slash went in spain. 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"Blanket Fort II" - Fantastic Home Studio Performances

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

58:51 min | 1 year ago

"Blanket Fort II" - Fantastic Home Studio Performances

"Hi, this is Peter Dugan the episode you're about to hear his dedicated to the memory of Kaelin Rats left a beloved staff member from the top. He was warm, accessible, incredibly caring and generous colleague and friend he approached his work with a very deep sense of purpose, and he had a laugh that lit up the office like fireworks. We lost him too soon and he is sorely missed Kaelin. This is for you. From NPR extend the Tom, celebrating, the power of music in the hands of America's. Here's our host pianist Peter Dugan thanks, Joanne, and thank you for joining me today for our Second Home Studio Show, otherwise known as blanket fort show number two as we all went into lockdown during the covid nineteen pandemic, the staff at from the top got together, and devised a special high tech recoding kit kind of studio in a box, and we sent it out to are selected young musicians. We then coached them on how to use it and we. We made this episode. You're listening to right now from that material and it's called a blanket fort show due to the fact that in order to get a good sound in their makeshift home studios, all of our young musicians had to pad their home, recording spaces with blankets and pillows I've got to say this show was pretty therapeutic to make during these isolating times, and I hope some of that good feeling translates to all of you right now. The first young person we're going to meet is sixteen year old violinist, universally from Irvine California. This girl is such a solid player. Every take she did with us was basically note perfect, and her rhythm was so precise. It was easy for me to follow along here. She is doing a long distance collaboration with me and we're performing the Caprice Bosc by Pablo Sarah Satay. A Sixteen year old violinist universally from Irvine California performed caprice. BOSC BY PUBLIC ZARA. Say this pianist. Peter Dugan I performed with her, but remotely through a back and forth exchange of recordings given that this show is being made during the coronavirus pandemic. She and I sat down afterwards to talk through video conference call. Units that was such an amazing performance. I just watched. You play that at your home and. Your precision is just mind boggling, and yet you also have this fiery passion that you bring to that caprice just beautiful. So given that we're in the middle of this pandemic and we can't travel very much for the moment. Let's take a little time to do a different sort of travel using the technology of storytelling in conversation, and let's go visit some of your favorite places. Shall we okay good? You told us that some of your best memories that you've made anywhere have been in Aspen Colorado and that's something that we actually sharing common, probably for the same reason, which was the Aspen Music Festival and school. Why was that such an important time for you it aspen the first time I went there. I still had a lot of fun but I went with my mom and my sister. And that was great but I would have liked that if I stayed by myself. So then this. Summer I went by myself and I stayed in the dorms there and I had so much fun. meeting people and share, making lots of memories and also like just Aspen. Self is so beautiful. So Do you feel that that summer and the independence that you fell in the connection? You felt with your friends. Has that changed you in any way actually I heard. My parents say that I've changed ever since I came back from aspirin. Really I don't know if it's in a good way or a valet, but I've heard that a lot. Did they elaborate in how they saw that change. I think it was more of me, not listening to them and doing whatever they WANNA do well. You know you're growing up and you're becoming that independent thinker and that's a beautiful thing. So, let's let's go to a different place now. Different Travel Destination Las Vegas. Oh I love being s okay. I have to say we don't necessarily see eye to eye on that, but I'm really curious what you love about Vegas. Whenever I go to Vegas, it's always me not having my violin. When I was little, I used to absolutely hate practicing so whenever we will go to Vegas. I would never have to remember. Ireland and it was. We would go for like three to four days to today's So when I was, there was just a complete Freetown could do whatever I want without having to practice or like having like that mind. Of Oh I need a practice now or something right? I love the idea that Aspen for you as a place to bring the violin and leave the family at home and Vegas Bring the family leave the violin at home, yeah! Okay so let's go to different destination now, Korea. I know you have family there and it's a really meaningful place for you. All of my family is in Korea, my relatives, my cousins and like my grandma. GRANDPA, all live in Korea. What are some things you love to do? There I think since I love Korean food so much I. Love going to like different restaurants and like the market. Sometimes they have so much good food so whenever I come back always gained like thirty pounds and I know that your grandmother. There has a sort of special music dream for you for Korea right? Yeah, she. My grandma lives in front of the so art center, and it's her dream, and also one of my dreams I think to play there and to have like my poster like posted on the. Place I on. That'll happen, and then you'll get to keep that poster and frame it in your music room and intimidate all of your your private students. When they come in for their lesson, they'll see that big poster. They're hanging up and they'll be like man. My teacher unions is a big deal. Thank you so much for being with US thank you? For the last fifteen years from the top and the Jack Kente Cook Foundation have awarded over three million dollars in scholarships to talented young musicians who have financial need. We still have more to give go from the top dot Org to learn more Peter. Thanks Joanne next up. One of the youngest classical guitarists from the top has ever featured. This is eleven year old Emilia Diaz Delgado from Santa Clara California performing a to eleven by a third Villalobos. Eleven year old Guitarist Amelia Diaz Delgado from Santa, Clara. California performed a eleven by Villalobos during this time of social distancing. She recorded that performance in her own home. Emilia you perform that so beautifully for eleven years old. You play with such poetry. You know that was a really haunting and beautiful performance. is that you're living room that I'm seeing you in. Does it feel different than it normally does now that you have all this equipment in there well. Yeah, but if I just looked the other way I'm like okay. I'm just playing for SOFA as usual. Playing for the SOFA, just as usual I love that so you're just eleven, but you have really discerning taste when it comes to music and performers for instance you have very interesting thoughts about this guy. This is the sweat though by Iraq Leo Fernandez. But who is this performer that I'm playing for now through video conference? John, Williams. His mouth they weren't guitarist. Yes John Williams is this legendary Australian guitarist not to be confused with the composer? Who's WHO's also legend has the same name. Why is he so special? And how is he different for you? Then maybe some of the other guitarists out there. I've heard him since I was little until like six or five. Maybe. It was also like Adele like practicing so much because I play. It hurt my fingers and they were like that hurt a do it but i. also want to play guitar because I like how it sounds. So I look at his video. He makes seems so effortless. Well if I practice a lot at some point, it will be easy to play I'm going to practice law so at some point, it will be right, so he inspired you to want to practice. And also I know you talk about the fact that some some musicians tend to emotes a lot with their with their face with their body. But you think John Williams when he plays. It's a little different than that right. Yeah, I've seen a lot of dishes are like just around you know. Make those complicated faces. And most people seem to think that that means that they're really feeling. The music and Don Williams never does any of that, and but I can still tell that he really enjoys. It accurately connects with it, you know. I, think that the discernment you show in terms of. How you admire John Williams musicianship that comes out in in the way you feel about another art form, which is opera, right and that that was really your introduction to classical music in a way. Yes, my grandparents, my maternal grandparents they live in Australia and they really love Oprah in classical music. So it was my grandmother, who introduced ME TO OPRAH? So, see watched broadest press corps with me and like there's so much I asked her to make a cost you. It was one of the ladies and deal. There are a lot of kids your age who liked to dress up as Disney princesses or you know Harry Potter characters. You're dressing up after after a board in opera. You also dressed up as a character. Magic Flute Ones Yeah. I grew up as Pelicano. But then you went, and you saw it live, and you weren't so pleased with this particular production that you saw right. Well Yeah, the San Francisco Oprah in I think sixteen. They made a production of the magic flute, so I will excel excited to be there and then turns out a hair first song. Thamento screaming for someone to help him, 'cause he going to be bitten by a giant snake or something. Like, that is not German. Why did they do to my magic food? So it turns out. They translated into English. So I mean yeah, it's with the rhythm, but it doesn't have the same lyrical right. Right. Well, you're quite the purest and. I I can't blame you for that I think it's wonderful that you're getting out there. And and absorbing not just great guitar music, but opera and you're thinking critically about it and you're. You're turning into such a well rounded and thoughtful independent musician, and you're only eleven years old, and that's really inspiring to all of us, so keep keep it up, thanks. We're now going to travel to Elizabethtown Kentucky and to the home of the eighteen year old saxophonist Jacob. Pirie Jacob is one of our Jack. Kente Cook Young Artists and here he is performing the second and third movements of Pablo de Provence Bipolar Maurice. The second and third movements of Tableau the Provence by Paulo Maurice performed by eighteen year old saxophonist Jacob along with yours truly collaborating through technology and the exchange of recordings on the piano. When I call Jacob to interview him, we talked a bit about the fact that he unlike a lot of from the top kids does not come from a musical family so i. asked him if that ever feels like disadvantage. You know no matter where you come from. If you work hard, you can always achieve. The same thing as anyone else that I definitely think you know it's not as easy 'cause when you're trained so young from a musical family you start learning piano, and you start getting pitch training, and all these different things, and you just get more time on the instrument. You choose to play as well versus when you start later, you don't have that pitch training and the piano experience and you're really trying to focus on your instrument. Get the practice. Get as many hours in his you can. And how have you managed to overcome those challenges? Definitely I think ear training is such a huge thing. You know something that's always something I've been trying to work on I started. Later, in high school junior year and I started by just sleeping with Jones in my ear. So I could try and memorizing pitches. It just feel natural and I. think that's such. A big challenge is getting that pitch in your ear when you weren't raised like that more raced and trained to listen to that kind of stuff. Man. It's so amazing because there are people who fall asleep listening to Bach or Mozart or something and you just listening to a single. Roaming. Disciplinary there. I imagine that this quarantine time has been a tough on you. especially you because you describe yourself as a people person, and and I know that for you, actually people is sort of. That's the reason why you love music. Well. I think that that's the reason I feel everyone goes into music because either they love music or they love. The people are both In my case, of course I love music and the people, but I love music because of the people brought together all the honor band. Band that people do the orchestra concerts when people get called in their around a whole new set of people and they're meeting New People in quarantine stuff. We've been more of a challenge, but sometimes now that we're getting to talk online I. Think Everyone's getting to know each other better. Because now pretty much all we can do is talk, and you know play for each other on instruments, but things are getting more personality. You're getting to know your friends more. I guess that's one good thing of quarantine. So you're pretty into the idea of interdisciplinary artistic performances, and the way that a performance like that can connect with an audience. You did a concert that was themed around a message related to gun violence so in twenty nineteen interlocking arts. Academy took a trip to your New York. City to form. Carnegie Hall and That trip was called resolve than it was focused on gun violence, and we played a very famous piece by Frank Kelly that talks about it, and it was written about the columbine shooting. We had a writer that went and read his whole piece allowed, and it was a very powerful concert. Any specific moment from that experience that really stuck with you and maybe made you think about the power that you have is an artist. I think the delicate phrases of that specific piece. I mean when you're listening to it. There's such a story behind it for instance they. Talked about how there's also sax on Seoul and then the same phrase poise again without the Alto Saxophone Solo and that was because unfortunately the alto. SAXOPHONISTS was one of the victims of the columbine shooting, and so it was represented for him being there, and then when the phrase came again, he wasn't there anymore. And when they sat down in a rehearsal after all the mess over, and everyone started to calm down a little more. than. The director saw that he wasn't there and things like that. When we know the story and we're trying to get that across, makes it so powerful, and that's the kind of moments that I think the audience and the US always remember. It's beautiful how music can bring. Healing and can make sense of even at terrible tragedy, and you know in a way. That's what we're doing here today. You know creating music and art even in the midst of this covid pandemic and Hopefully our music will bring some folks, some solace and comfort during these times, and I certainly appreciated having you with us today Jacob and love getting to know you. I hope it impacts them as well. Thank you the pleasure. 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Using some pretty high tech gear sent to them by us here at from the top the name blanket fort comes from the padding. We're asking our kids to put up around their makeshift. Studios to create a better sound. Coming up a teenage pianist from Redwood City, California performs an operatic transcription by Franz Liszt here again is our host pianist Peter Dugan. Thanks Joanne. I've been asked to contribute my own musical offering to today's show may during this pandemic, and during the previous blanket fort show we produced I played a bit of Johann Sebastian Bach's music. We got some positive feedback about that so I'm going to perform another movement from the same suite. This is the fiery current from the French sweet number five in g major by Johann Sebastian Bach. From. The top musicians want to change the world for the better and we're here to support them. That's why from the top offers leadership training to Oliver Young Musicians and we're out there with them. Doing community engagement projects across the country. Learn more about our programs at from the top dot org. podcasts from the top featuring music and interviews not included in the broadcast are available every week at from the top Dot Org Peter. We've got new music written by a young composer from Los, Angeles up next his name is William J he's eighteen, and he's one of our Jack Kente Cook Young Artists. He wrote this piece titled Alabaster Wool as an assignment while a fellow in the La Fills Nancy and Barry Sanders composer fellowship. Program the assignment was to write a piece based on a text or poem. William chose a poem by Emily Dickinson titled It sift from Leaden. Sieves we're going to hear three members of the L.. A. Based lyrics quartet performed now violinist Elissa Park. Violist, Luc Maurer and cellist. Timothy Liu, but before the music begins. Here's William Reading the Dickinson, poem. It cyst from lettuces by Emily Dickinson. It says from that insists it powers all the would it fills with. The wrinkles of the road and makes an even face of mountain and plain. Unbroken forehead from the east onto the east again. It reaches to the fence at wraps it rail by rail till it has lost its leases, it deal celestial veil to stump and stack and stem a summer's empty room. Acres of joints were harvests were reckless, but for them. It ruffles risks of posts as ankles of a queen. Than stills it's arsons like ghosts denying they have been. Alabaster wool performed by members of the Quartet and written by eighteen year old composer, William J., the performance of Williams piece, is made possible with support from the ads cap. Foundations Irving, Caesar Fund William and I spoke via video conference. William I love that piece. It's so colorful it's it's creative. In the way you take these three instruments and turn it into an entire soundscape I can't believe that that was just a trio. It was such a full rich tapestry of sound Bravo. Thank you such a great piece. As I've been saying throughout the show today we're making this special home studio episode during the height of the coronavirus pandemic and I like to think that music has been a really powerful healing force in the midst of all this it certainly has been for me and I found it really compelling that you William discovered a love for music at one of the hardest times in your life. Would you share that story? So my parents were immigrants from South Korea's and during my early years, it was pretty hard to come by with income, and for for a short period of time. We're actually couch. Surfing from places place, so it's really difficult and then to add on top of that. was also a difficult for me to. Just adjust in school. Because I was as constantly moving homes at one point and I back then I was really shy and awkward, so I had a really hard time, so school and home life was a bit. It was pretty difficult for me. Right and then through all this turmoil and struggle, actually ran across a a youtube video. Titled Moonlight Sonata. I didn't know what it was I thought was the car, but. I clicked on it and it turned out to be a music video. And it was, it was pure music and after listening to it. I was just sitting on my bed, just looking up and like I I just started balling crying and I. I didn't know why. At the time I asked know why, but then. Looking back I think that piece was the first one that really spoke to me. And then from that point on I was so moved by that I want to pursue it and also try achieving it myself. So, William you? You described your parents coming here from Korea and to me it seems like in that situation it must be hard to be a parent and encourage a child to jump into pursuing something like music, which is maybe not the most practical field to to go into. So can you talk about your parents and how they feel about this whole thing, the talk about like having music as a career was a it was a real thing at home, and the first few years were actually quite stressful and difficult, and so during those years. They try like encouraging to like steady other stuff, or like what everyone else does become a doctor, engineer or lawyer like one of the more practical fields and. I, do enjoy learning at school. But then the thing was that I didn't find. Joy In. Doing doing all those assignments I kind of felt empty for me and the only way I found anything fulfilling in life during that time was just music. And now have you. Have you expressed that to your parents? And how do they respond? Yes they want to support me, but they're hesitant. About it for a long time. And so. I want to prove that I can I could do it through sheer passion, aunt and hard work, and so over the years I actually I applied to a lot of competition, Scott and scholarships like the Herbertson scholarship and. Towards the later years of high school actually started cheating a lot and through that I. Think they have some security? Because I think for the most part, they just wanted security for like future and I totally understand that. Yeah, I mean what better way to show your commitment to something. Than to go out and apply for those scholarships and achieved those fellowships well. We've been impressed too, and that's why you're getting the Jack Kente. Cook scholarship from us. What do you plan to do with that? I'm planning on building a mini home studio. For for fulfill music, and so and also by a bunch of books and scores for me to have I want. I want to build a personal collection of scores to study awesome. That'll be a very cool thing for you to Amass I. Wish you all the best. Things are just going to keep going great for you. William Thank you. Thanks for being with us. The seventeen year old pianist up next approaches, the piano with the power of an athlete, which isn't surprising, because he's also the captain of his swim team, and as I was watching him perform over video conference I was amazed by these massive hands that he has so what rep for him to play than the music of Franz Liszt. His name is Ryan Gannon and he's from Redwood City California. Ryan I'm so impressed by the way you play this list first of all, tell everyone the name of this piece. So, this is lists. Paraphrase on these leto. And, Recoleta is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi, and that opera was written based on the play Lewa S`amuse by Victor. Hugo so a lot of generations of art kind of coming into this one piece. Yeah, and when list would write a piece like this. It was sort of the nineteenth century version of covering pop song on the piano. These these tunes would have been the hits of the time. So this paraphrase comes from famous scene in act three describe what's going on here and what our audience should be listening for in terms of the characters right? Here is a quartet four characters the Duke of. Who is a tenor rigoletto who is like a hunchbacked court jester? He's a Baritone Gilda, who is regulators beautiful daughter, who is also in love with the Duke and Maddalena, who is the dukes lover who Gilda is jealous of so? Right here is just kind of like MENA interacting with the Duke and kind of flirting and Gilder getting really upset, right and Rigoletto, the overprotective father getting upset in return. Can you play and demonstrates some of these particular characters, so we can get a sense of their personalities and the Music Yep. So. I I'm GONNA play the Intro of the Duke in the spare phase. So. The Duke is kind of this. Deep Voice Charismatic, and pretty powerful. He has it. In the way that he sings yeah I love that melody so much. And it sits right in the center of the piano. It's a nice juicy spot for the for for piano transcription. What's next well? Actually what comes before the Duke is Maddalena. So that goes like this? Very Cheeky, very flirty. We're going to hear next. We can go to Gilda, so the Duke and Maddalena are flirting, and then guild is watching through a people and getting very upset. Yeah and those those half steps are her just sort of crying out and feeling so heartbroken at what she's what she's witnessing. Really makes you go with her and finally recoletos last and. Right after he sees. Gilda becoming sad after she sees meddling and the duke flirting. He gets very overprotective as you can hear here. Cool well now that we've met all of our characters, let's hear them interact. Give us some of this drama. Okay here goes. Aw. We heard seventeen year old pianist. Ryan Gannon perform the paraphrase on Verdi's rigoletto by Franz Liszt. To take out of the program today we're journeying back into from the top twenty year archive to enjoy a flashback finale. Only a couple of times in from the tops, history of young musicians approached us as a horn trio, but back in two thousand five, the teenage twists photo horn trio from the Chicago area, amazed us with the performance of the Scherzer from the horn trio, and e flat, major by Yohannes Brahms. The members of the Group are Anna Spina on French Horn, Hana Stewart on violin and pianist Kevin Chang! Before they take it away I, want to thank all of the young musicians on today's program for virtually inviting us into their homes during this unprecedented time and I hope you enjoyed visiting the kids and hearing them play as much as I did. Thank you so much for being with us. Please join from the top next week and now here's Brahms. From the top is written and produced by Tim Banker and Tom Vaguely with music director in Swan. The production manager for this episode. 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"Hey, we're back. I hate to interrupt our lunch order, but we are doing a big time. We're doing the Lord's work here. We're doing the number one sport in the Netherlands fort show in L A Mason in Ireland Morales likes to say. All right. So the the other part of this Jared Jack thing is obviously a D. And there's been a lot of talk about Anthony Davis who recently signed with club sports. So just at a glance not being, you know, body marks or Larry Coon. Yeah. It. I don't see any way you can have both K D And AD despite what George access from from a salary cap perspective. I mean, yeah, I don't really see that either. I kind of wonder how they would all play together because they all aren't they pretty much. All powerful words there. Yeah. But we're. Basketball. Right. They all play. Yeah. It's position. Let's bit. It's also like there's there's certain players who can play together like LeBron and Dwayne Wade can play together as long as they have because Dwayne guard in the bronze of right? Sure word, and then Chris Bosh, you just stand up there and shoot threes and play defense. Okay. So they're like those fit together Steph and Katy can fit together. Right. 'cause clay doesn't need the ball. He just he never dribbles. Just shoots. You know? So all of these things can be true. I don't see how any of those three play together. And I think like there's also the age issue. Like, if you're Anthony Davis like do you want to join LeBron's team on what's going to be? He's the he's this is sixteenth year. It'll be seventeen years next year eighteen years. I mean, this is the this is the golden years for the Brown. Right. So unless he's going to turn the team over to you. I think the idea is to pass the team off right, right? Isn't the idea that? Yeah. Contract. Like he signed for four years. He's never really done that. Right. He's like this is where I'm planning my roots and grow an accident that clutch sports signs, Anthony Davis. Although what I've heard about this. And I know the rest of the league is terrified that they signed him. Right. It seems like a natural sure. Fit here with clutch boards, and the Bronx yada, yada, yada. Is that Anthony was much more interested in in entertainment stuff like that LeBron has built from? And I actually think that's partly what the rest of the league should be more interested in like generally people get jealous. So when the Braun yes, his own show on Showtime in each peo- and shot up and gerbil. He just did that bringing. He's got a lot of shows that are out there right now. So everybody everybody in the league is like, oh, I want that too. Oh, it's like a great calling card. So the Lakers now have LeBron who can get a show on pretty much any network like any network executives can take the meeting light whatever show. He wants right because he's LeBron. He's got a bunch Greenland. I think he's got to series for the fall. I mean as he's like LeBron's going man this Hollywood subsidy. Everybody wants to meet with me. Everybody says, hey, I get every meeting I want awesome. I don't know what you guys are talking about run forgotten James struggling writers can't get this isn't the poor guy with a screenplay in the in your trunk just hoping bump into the right guy. You know, those guys at Starbucks to can you keep it down right in the middle of the scene. Trying to I'm trying to work here. So I'll tell you a famous story about the screenplay in the track thing so years ago when I was doing the Snyder show, we there was kind of a rotating cast of guests and one of them was rod Lurie who would with that time was the film critic for LA magazine. So he'd come in and talk movies need, always say, hey, you wanna read read my screenplay, and I took a copy, and I never read it. And I'm sure a lot of people were that way. And after about ten years, he got somebody to read it it turned into the movie the contender, which is a really Kanye league. Good movie that starts Jeff bridges about the first female first woman to be vice president of the United States and getting her confirmed. So sometimes those screenplays and trunks are actually. Yeah. Really get turned into something in this case, though, LeBron gets into any room that he wants to get into. So you're saying Anthony Davis is doing this not so much for basketball, but for entertainment. Yeah. And that's that's the word that I had heard. Okay. It doesn't mean that. That's the only reason doesn't mean that was the whole pitch or whatever it was. But I think that was a big factor. You don't think this coming summer is going to be the summer of AD where he tells a New Orleans, look, I'm not staying you better. Get something for me. You better trade me right now, you don't think this could be December do. Right. Like, they're sort of. They they start off. Really? Well, looks like they're score hundred fifty points. Then they've had some injuries. He was hurt. Marich was hurt. They've I think they're seven and seven now they just lost the other night like things have gone as well. So but last year they play the warriors in the playoffs and gave him a good run there. Right. I mean, like if they Anthony Andrew holiday and narrative a good little team that they have. And they if they're all healthy at the right time, and they catch the warriors napping, or maybe they have a big acquisition, trade wise, or whatever it is somebody emerges, and they become a great team like that. They're good team. So let's maybe he stays if they lock everybody up and jerus- getting a big long term contract mirror. I think might be a free agent this year, but they have to they keep that core together. I could see him stay. I don't think. So, but I can see him stay. Here's a new quote from Steve Kerr. Okay on what's going on there? Obviously last night. Kevin Durant after they get blown out at Hugh. Houston was asked about trae Monde. He said don't ask me about that. Again. Here's what Steve Kerr says. We're banged up a little bit physically. And right now, we're banged up spiritually there's no getting around that. So we've got to fill up our Cup and get our spirit back get our energy back and we're going to it's a long long season. It's a stretch we're dealing with. But I know our guys Draymond may not have had his best night tonight. In fact, he played very poorly. But I liked his approach. He was genuine out there. He was competing. We're banged up. Spiritually is the interesting Kerr like thing. Yeah. That he's saying there, and you know, sometimes you do recover from that. And sometimes you always loved the the YouTube song stuck in a moment. Sometimes you get stuck in a moment. That's true. And you don't get past that thing that thing is too big or who hurt you too badly to actually get through an ultimately that's gonna be the question here as if these guys are stuck in a moment. Whether it's K D, or it's Draymond. Oh, it's making me a sound, Jack. It really wasn't that. I see the show with you. I went to see the show with you. Yeah. I think so we were in shack spock's. Yeah. Remember that? Yeah. We watched the YouTube vertigo tour the one with the big heart yet on the stage at Staples Center. We were in chat. At the forum. No, no that was a different concert. I thought it was at the that was we went to the forum for sure yeah. But back in the day, and this would have been a while back. The all that you Can't Leave Behind tour you and I were in sacks. How else would I have been on Shaquille O'Neal's box at Staples Center. And how do yeah that's another song. Well, here's here's the thing with the warriors. They've never had adversity. The biggest adversity is that the coach has been had a horrible back down right steps. Sometimes sprained his ankle. Yeah. Otherwise, they make it look so easy so easy. Yeah. This is when you actually get to find out like how they can co-exist in how they rise or or fall above it. The great dynastic teams have at least one of these. And that usually happens after about three or four years. We'll start to dislike each other. Well, isn't that where we are? That's exactly right. Finally, we have. This is the Beatles. This Fleetwood MAC, right? This is every band that's ever broken up. Finally, Lindsey Buckingham got the boot. Right. Like, can you believe that the story wasn't? He even when they are on the rumors tour, they would all get into their own limos at the end of the show, Christine mcvie and who's the other one Christine mcvie Lindsey Buckingham Stevie next Stevie nicks and the drummer the drummer Mick Fleetwood, they would all get into their limos at the end and they'd go four different directions because they just couldn't stand each other except on stage. She's dark. She is very dark, and you know, the other things she spins around so much. It would make me dizzy, all she does a spin. She does she gets on some black cloak thing. And then she spends around a lot Jesse. She I went to her show, and she explained the whole thing of how should you spend a lot. She spent a lot that was her thing, you know, member that girl unreal houses of Atlanta. And she was all into the twirl. I don't remember anything about any housewife show because I've never watched him. Now ever watched a house life. I'm twirling I'm tour I'm like Stevie nicks as the original twirler. Okay. She's always she's been the spats, but she dashes spinner. And so she so Stevie nicks the whole thing about how she wrote the song gypsy was in this how she found herself artistically she was walking in some store on Haight Ashbury and saw this. It was like a secondhand store. It she just saw this outfit. And she put it on felt. Yeah. Those black. Yeah. And she's gypsy. And she decided that's who. I am dark. I've always been looking for that. Yeah. Well, anyway, this is where the you become. One of the great dynastic teams, or you're just a little footnote, you're like man, you know, the rockets won a couple of titles. Yeah. A lot of teams have went two or three titles. And then that's all you ever hear from them. But the great dynasties go through at least a few these the, hey, like, well, let's think about the great time. Korean regime went a long time. That's right. Korean shack had two separate runs. They're two separate three P. Right. I mean, they have five titles together. So they five titles together right there too. Yeah. Right. Yeah. They didn't like each other. There was a little. Broke down. They probably could have had more if they wouldn't have broken absolutely would have has more shot went to Miami won the title of the next year. Right. And, you know, Kobe at one point I asked he ever think about how many titles you would have won. If you in shock, what has stayed together. And he said we wouldn't want every year of shack was in shape. Yes. Still still stuck in a moment. Let you can't let it go. Stuck a moment. But like, that's where this these warriors are like it was always going. There was always going to be friction. I most people thought it would be between Steph and Katy because it was Steph team. Yup. But dream on the edge dream onto the guy who creates conflict. Oh, yeah. Conflicts? Could it forces you to grow, of course, force or run away? Or or it just destroys everything. See it could be an employee, and I think we're watching the beginning of an implosion. This is still win implosion could be they could still win a title. And then they still hate each other. Or they could still see I just think Golden State would be making mistake if they can see the implosion come in. Even if they've got a the verge of winning a title. I would try to I try to move something. I do try to keep K D or I'd rather. Yeah. But I mean, it's so much money. If you're all, okay. The only guy got to worry about money is probably dre mon- because he's the only one you're not sure as max guy. Everybody else can get two hundred million in the new arena, except all their deals with the YouTube. But what if? Mind. You're like if you really wanna show your love to K D, wouldn't you trade dream on? Yeah. But can you still win? If you dream, and I don't think so you can't win with Katie Steph, and clay, they need someone who does what Draymond does you'd have to someone who. Yeah. Okay. If you could trade for Anthony Davis, you'd still come on who does what J Montas, Jeff. And then you'd probably have to pay that leads to a question if they do shop Draymond with the Lakers be a good destination. I have to think about that song is appropriate. Sigala just got paid. It is Friday Mason, Ireland ESPN LA. Hey, I wanna do a totally unsolicited plugged watch. Not. I guess I am soliciting. So it's not really. And. I'll do it next. Second. Plug. I know I know no it's going to be good. It's going to be good. Hey, how we're we're trying to order food here because Momo's extremely hungry. And are you on the post mates or you on the post meets is just how? What is like, oh, we have to replace an item. And then it was like every what about the Javer use the ubereats? Yeah. I haven't done that yet. If this doesn't work out. I'm going to do it. Yeah. I mean, it's worth it's worth a shot cause I'm starving. Yeah. I definitely did. You got here early instead start. It's thrown off my whole repeat trying to negotiate or something what's going on. I asked for an extra day over the holidays because I'm going to go to El Salvador. And so okay. So he's I said I'll do favor, and this is the favorite asked for. And so I did it. Oh boy. Yeah. That two hours in the morning show was great. This is this is the Momo show. All right. So we we mentioned the jar Jack tweet. Here's what I want to know. Mhm? How now you know, Steve Kerr pretty well. How do you think he handles this with this team? What is he saying? What is he doing? You have to also go back to last year where I think they were spiritually not so good last year. Either at the end of the year. It was weird David west like you've got no idea. What's I think David was drunk and just messing with everyone at that point. Because he was retiring, and he'd been drinking a bunch of champagne and like be fun to send the media off on a while goose chase. Yeah. But you're saying, you're you're basically confirming what he said that there was all kinds of internal drama last was internal drama. I think we're just like they just was not fun. It was I would cover that team all year long, and you used to be the warriors were really fun to be around and write about they're all having fun. Like, you know, it was so fun to write about staff with his like he does like the Olympics with his shot. Right. The game. He's like, oh, I'll be a shot putter, and I'll throw it in the basket and like, but like by year three or four sent that fun. Any? More like the jokes aren't as funny. Everyone's not as Q like people's, you know, whatever all your stories all your stories and this kind of like a marriage, it's rents course. Right. And the on top of that they had a bunch of old guys. They had David west ends Oz. Pachulia and Andre Goodall. I guess considered. It's not really old, but he's sort of a veteran header insure, and they didn't have any like young guys who played a lot of minutes. And they're they're in their dues Yasim could be infectious. And the kind of light a fire under some guys. K- keep kevon looney. All right. But like Ken von. Yeah. I never know. I think it's kiva. It's spelled K E V O N. But then Greg's confirming Kevin he went to UCLA on. Kevin you say Kvant say, yeah, let's call it. Like, I if I don't know. I'm just going to say Kevin. I'm sure he's got that his whole life rather make it, you know, the normal air. Correct. That offense right? So they had like looney they had Jordan bell. But like you. Young whippersnapper like, you know, you you're like the world's oldest millennial keeps you young keeps you fresh. It's like one twenty you're getting through your second show of the day questioning your motivation. He got Momo here. And it's a fresh person to talk to we haven't talked in a while. We haven't talked in one John here you'd probably fallen asleep. Well, more likely to fall asleep. John. On every John, and I'm not closing about this happened. John his eyes start to close this. Yeah. Especially when he gets back from a road trip or something or plays golf. Right. And he will literally does off. That's right. And I never call him on it. Yeah. I never say. Like, hey, wake up. Maybe I should what would he do? If you did. I think it'd be offended. I think so I think I'm not I I don't want upset John. Yeah. I I feel like that's he doesn't get offended very easily. That would be that would be one. Yeah. You're sleeping. Hey, am I being you? That's that's the one of my boy you. Yeah. I mean, I well, it's funny to you know, you mentioned, you know, we've heard all your stores. John. And I heard each other stories. That's why you have to have me and all the time right to have a little break. You always know. John stories, right. Correct. No. I don't know them at all ever not a thousand times that I hear. Dared to lick the bottom of shoe. That's that's a class. So you'll have you heard the one about he wouldn't even saw Koby in a bar, and he had all those beers below him. Yes. Yes. We're buying them beer. Yeah. I don't think I've heard that one. Have you know is bad as John do, you know, my story? I know I know some of them. But I also I mean, I hear them every day but years, no yours. You change them up. Pretty good. There's some that. You'd like I tell the story all the time. I normally press because here's the thing. You may hear all the stories but never won and not, but people are constantly floating through here. Twelve minutes at a time. Yeah. Exactly. So, you know, not all the stories have been heard the splitting of the pants story from last week. That was a new one. That was a good store. That was a good story. That was a new one I told you my Nicholson story how many times you hear that one. Oh my God. I don't know that one the Nelson story to tell. Tell the Nicholson story. I mean, should I tell it for real? Or should I tell it like he's never heard it before total never heard. He's never heard. Right. So and the average listener right now is not hurt. Your nicotine store you've heard it's you can just take a little nap. No. I'm just oinky when it's over. Doing like giant. He's closing his eyes in radio. Closing his eyes. Can't just don't start king. So I'm at this game. And it's shacks getting his jersey retired. Yup. And I thought you were going to sleep. I was going to wake you. Francis right now DIKO, he literally falls asleep. The best part. No so shacks getting his jersey retired. And one of the guys who came out to the mid court present him to honor him was Nicholson. I was like that's so jam. Jamming of your ear honoree ceremony. Right. It was Phil and Jeanie. And then it was shack was you see me on the edge of my seat. Also what happens next just take your nap? And all right. I realized that as they're walking off the court. This is my moment. This is when I can go and bond with Nicholson. I'm getting like this is how I'm going to break through like really you're going to bond with Nicholson. Yeah. All right. It's like, you know, I've never bonded with Denzel have wanted to have a moment with Denzel to he's always there. I've had a couple of moments. Diane cannon. That's cool. Yeah. She's very I still Cary Grant. What wasn't? She can't grant isn't. He like. Yeah. No. I think says yeah. Yeah. Wow. A friend of mine was ready to Jennifer. Their daughter. Yeah. Okay. Okay. So nNcholas great. Sorry. I saw in the Cary Grant extra one day. I'm going to have Allison Janney moment. Okay. So so Nicholson's walking out. And I'm in the I'm in the tunnel, and they're he's walking towards chairman's room. And I'm like, this is it it's me and Jack were in the hallway alone. There's no one else. I'm going to say something really good. And it's going to like it's going to start this. We are friendship. And as I'm in the moment. I just decided you know what? What should I say? He's like you just something. Good should come into your head. Absolutely stupid line that comes into my head was so shack, your favorite Laker. And like, that's what came out like, I came out is shack, your favorite Laker. And Jack looks at me pauses now, actually, I don't even think he looked at me. I should I tell it should I change it there. He looks at me in the eye. He had sunglass on. So I can't tell and he said, no. And then he walked off that was it didn't even find out. What is favourite liquor was? I didn't even find out. My moment was gone. He probably thinking about well that's stupid girl, s I'm like, I've heard a bunch of elevator pitches and my day that was really bad. You know, actually have a Jack story good better than mine. I actually had a couple of words with him. I mean, it's so stupid. That's like the dumbest. What is dumber? I could have said I don't normally have stories about anybody. Because I don't know anybody could have been echoed said something about you can't handle the truth. I would have been really lame to. Yeah. That would have been lame to. But I saw it was Kobe's last game. Now is working for John on the radio. And he was telling me to go get people to come on the air with them. So he said Jack Nicholson's down there and go try and get him. So I went down on talk. And he was like, yeah. Yeah. I'll do is. Kobe your favorite. Laker is Kobe your favorite Laker. No. I just said would you will you come on? He said, yeah. Let's do it in between quarters though. So I went back, and I went I went up to him because hey, thanks very much Jack for doing this. I appreciate any takes the headset. And he puts it on his knee. And he takes any looks at me. And he goes, okay. So what you got. No, you gotta put on your headset to talk to John. And he goes, this is the really good interview. Man. I'm like, I all right. Let's just take the stuff back and walked away. So that was my moment with no he put it on his knee, and he wouldn't put his headset on so he wouldn't do. He would have interviewed with me. But I wasn't there to be he would've interviewed with you. Yes. But wouldn't go go impression on right, apparently, which was very very funny. So here's my Nicholson story. So I used to work with Jim Lampley and unbeknownst to me. Hey, he's he's friends with Nicholson K. So the movie. About Schmidt came out two thousand two movie and lamps said to me. So would you think of About Schmidt? I said. You know, I thought I didn't know they were. Yeah. I said, you know, I thought Nicholson sailed over the top a little bit. You know, that's the way I say when somebody is a little too big and enroll so the next week. I say I see Lampley, and he goes, you know, I talked to Jack and told him what you said we talked to Jack and told them what I say you got hold him. I said he sailed over the top in About Schmidt. Why would you why how could you possibly do that dang lamp? So it's like I'm giving acting critiques to Jack Nicholson going Sherifi. Did he Email you for some tips? Did he say who Steve Mason afr- he should of? I mean, who the hell am I you might as well have been at Twitter troll like an egg. Yeah. Well, why would want her egg even say that? Why would he what I said don't source me saying people are saying worse than that worse than what I made you tell do your Mitch Cup. Check impersonation in front of him a horrifying experience. You did it though you put me in my worst. That was one of my worst moments in my career. I thought he liked it. He did not like it. He was completely on humored. I mean, everybody first of all I'm not the only one that doesn't Mitch Cup. Check though. We'll Steven John we really in. So we're in the press room and Ramona set nine me, I'm talking like me and Ramone sees Mitch Cup. Check and says Mitch Mason does the best impression of you. Yeah. And I'm like. Shot. Gods? Why don't you? Moma says do it come. I do it for. It's like, it's funny will Steven John. We believe the future, then I just trail off and Mitch just don't face a smile even know didn't register at all. If there was ever a time for him to have a sense of humor thou-, what about would've not been it? Mitch was lot of mitch's lot. Not funny is not what left before have you seen him laugh, but he's not cracking. Jones. What did it sound like a little like Colli? Really did it sound like Hawaii. Yeah. That's what Mitchell. Yeah. See for awkward. All right. So I want to ask you. It is it any wonder that coli is so reclusive. Like now, I know from now on lettuce lists notable. Dennis no one's ever heard from four to why. Oh god. That is just and that laugh gets played not just on our show. But everywhere everywhere that gets play. All right fasttrack coming up for you in twenty minutes to thirty the pop quiz for super cuts Lakers fifth row, Friday, fun. No cares. Who see you know, what it is memo? It's not just any Friday. Yup. It friday. Right. Not everybody could get away with that sounder. I can I think you can get away with almost anything. Yeah. Most anything, I think you're like Kevin Durant. What do you mean? Like the most powerful player in the NBA right now. Yeah. I don't know if that's the truth. If you're Golden State, don't you spend every waking Minnesota, we're trying to keep him Mason and Ireland. I would say there were the warriors. But we're essentially. Yeah. That's who we are. Yeah. You're like, they can you know, that they cannot lose you. Here's the number one sport show in L A Mason in Ireland. Yeah, right there. Yeah. Right there right there black and white. Just hold it over everyone's head. I'm not that kind of guy though. I'm a team player. That's true. It's all about the time. You did get up and do it's all about the team with me. I'm not for longer you laugh when I say a team player, Greg, you know, because sometimes it's funny. I know you are. One hundred percent a team player. Fifty percent of the time. Yeah. Okay. Sixty percent of the time. It works every time. Yeah. Pretty much. Yeah. Yeah. No. I mean, I don't have the time for the team. So where do we stand on lunch is that just not something lunch here post mates? This is your last chance because I want to ask you a question that's related the K Norlin saints. After the very first game of the year this year. Yeah. They lost. And that next week. They went to wingstop on Thursday. That's good food for buffalo wings. I'm not saying it's like, really gourmet or anything. But like we just wanna eat bad, they one. And now they've eaten at wingstop every Thursday since they are undefeated when they eat at wingstop on Thursday, actually, go to the wingstop don't have specific details or if they deliver what it is. But here's the question. Do you have any food rituals not anymore? But I did when I was playing definitely I mean ritual. Yeah. Like, wait a minute don't food rituals. Oh, eat me like like thanksgiving or something? Or no, obviously thanksgiving match. Yeah. We are. We all the same ritual on thanksgiving. No, I always have cappuccino blast from Baskin Robbins. That's like my comfort and one is that like any like when I after I gave birth every single day every single day an accident probably like every single day while the last two months of pregnancy to right like every single day. See I food rituals light night. I have some hot water with Honey in it like Friday nights for young. Yeah. Friday night for young period, Ken, K and donuts and donuts every young on Friday. I'm on such a Donut Jag right now. It is unbelievable. I don't know why grub hub hasn't cut me off at this point. They're making a killing on you as donuts has to at some point has to say enough right enough. You people what kind of Donut? Do you like what's your doughnut Goto Donut? I'm a big maple bar guy April. Bars are good love me maple bar. Shortage. Do you just get the artery and cream things? But very famous. Like a dozen two dozen yet to done. There's two of us in the house. We get to dozen that doesn't mean anything. No. We get six. Doughnuts six. No. Okay. All right. Let's set of donuts donuts coming sets of through like two at night and one in the morning. No that's three at night. No that's three nine three in one city but egg for young and Friday night. Okay. I mean rituals, Greg. What about you? Do you have any food rituals? Yeah. I mean, I a cookie I'm very much cookie guy. I have one today already. I'll get a cookie almost every day when I come up here you have a cookie every day every day. Yes, I go to Ellie, and I grabbed one of their cookies, which are really really good. If they don't have them, which is very upsetting. When that happens. I have to go to Starbucks and they're just not as good. Yeah. I think ritual. So I grew up in a very disorganized. I had a very disorganized childhood. I could see that. 'cause my dad was like all over the board. He was like drinking and partying rows and all that kind of stuff. Yes, sir. So. What do you mean? Yeah. Sure. Your dad, we're in Altoona. No. When I was growing up in Toledo. Oh, my dad was out of his mind. Really? Oh, my dad was go. Where would you go bars? Okay. Hot mino-. He would he Alito? My dad was a hardcore drink hardy hardcore partying guy. Right. So when you're involved in. In your head as a little kid. And you're in that environment is that you look for safety and safety comes in ritual. So I'm an extremely ritual Listrik person. So I go on runs like, for example. There are stretches where I will eat buffalo wings everyday for two weeks because I feel safe to me or donuts right now. Donuts are my refuge. I understand. So I'm hitting up the donuts, really, really hard. Yeah. So ritual ritual can be really really power. I agree with you. When you were an athlete to do. You have a ritual. Yeah. We we had certain when we went to Tucson. We would always get e. Geez. This was like a we didn't think we could beat Arizona unless we had like if somebody Disney's frozen Italian ice that they only make in Tucson. And like if one of the local players whose from Tucson Brennaman you played at Cal. Yeah. Then you had ice cream shipped in from Tucson when we would play at university of various. There were certain places. Like, we always went to sonic when we went to had to get the chili cheese Coney dog every time the golden bears this way, or is it just you. I think all of us were. Yeah. All I got to say, you know, it's kind of a cow thing. Yeah. That's great. I should play him all the bad habits. But yet where were you going with the whole ritualistic thing for the Saint Saint that they have to go to war. No. Does the stories have to have a point? No, actually that was just a little nugget. I thought throughout there. That's right. Like that got fast trucking it works until it doesn't. Then you find a new ritual sense. But you know, don't forget Lakers fifth row. Friday is going on right now to thirty is the pop quiz. They'll be a question from each day this week chairman's club mobile gives you in there. You got me in there. It was so frigging crowded. I immediately turned tail and ran. Thanks that was opening night a Laker season. So probably the most trotted totally there is in the chairman's club. That's right. But on an ordinary night like for example, whoever wins are super cuts fifth row Friday package with tickets to the Spurs in the fifth row for December the fifth an autograph basketball when you go to the chairman's club. It won't be as crowded and you'll hang out with all the big stars and a super cots gift card. We'll do that quiz. One question from each day this week coming up for you to thirty Mason Ireland ESPN elect I up. It is Friday Momo's here. And and hanging out. Greg. Bergman says we need to talk some USC UCLA tomorrow it is tomorrow. And that concludes our talked no still watch. Right. And you say that you watch. I I still watch every USC game. It's been miserable. This year. Go to the games anymore. You stopped showing. I went to the first two games this year. I go when it's an off weekend for the Rams. I'm not going to the Rose Bowl tomorrow any circumstance I hate going to the Rose Bowl the Roosevelt unless you actually go to the Rose Bowl. I hate going to the Rose Bowl unless you're actually going to the rose. It's a great stadiums. Hard to get in and out of there. That's the problem. It's hard to get down. You have to go down these hills to get in this one time, I was doing pre-game for SC. And I got on that one. There's like one road that goes in and I got relatively close, and I grabbed a parking guy in a said, I'm supposed to be doing pre-game can you park my car, and I gave him my car, and then ran got there. Just in time for the start of the show. I would do later. He brought he brought the the Keita keys up and explained to me proximity where the car was and got get you get a nice people that do things for you at UCLA didn't think maybe they would just take your car parking hate a uniform. Most of those guys are just student anybody in a uniform, I tend to trust. Few for you know, if you not lost more cars. Yeah. Well, I mean that was a rare circumstance would actually just let my car go to somebody. Now, Greg you are all amped up because you feel like the two hundred eight Bruins are are just they're taking off. Now, I think they're on an upward trajectory of post to USC which is on a downwards to check -tory. It's just not a good year. I wouldn't say they're on down. Well, bring back clay Helton than it's a downward trajectory if you have a new coach than it just depends on who you get. And what the situation is thing. How's it working chip Kelly? Look shaquille. You're not doing anything to eight this year. But the some of the games. It's it's self inflicted wounds has been a lot of the problems. Do they have talent? Yes. That also very very young. They don't have the major talent yet more to come in. But I think they're they've you've seen a they're getting better defensively. Getting better their offense is looking much better. They've running back and Josh Kelley who is a stud, dude, they are two. And you're looking at you like Lonzo scoreboard the record. You see Lonzo scoring eight points and think he sucks or do. You think Lonzo does so many other things? Is minus six plus minus minus is a craziest set. Also. No, I'm saying UCLA's record mind. Fix that is. But there's still a lot of good things as much better than you're thinking. They are. No, they're not good. They are they're much better have head coach clay Helton this coaching for his life. You really think that he should his job back? No matter. What happens in these next to the the caveat? He thinks okay. Thanks for his life. He thinks because he should not be back UCLA fan. I would love for him to you back. You should get a lifetime contract. Like Steve Alford now even be. Let's see offer is going to be there for a long time. But we're we're changing. No are you because he says he's there for the next fifteen years who says he's ready to coach the USC Trojans for the next fifteen years. He's he's not the sole decider that there are other people were input like his boss. That was quick that was a glimmer. Like what was his last year? You were all this year. He was all about him. No the beginning of the year. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, ultimately, you can't lose this many big time game. And I and I said this, and I I'm not kidding about this. If they were lose tomorrow, he should be fired by the time. He leaves the tunnel at the Rose Bowl when did lane get fired against Cal fire on the tarmac against cow. No, no did the rivalry game. This is a game that I it is. It would be an utter and sheer embarrassment to lose this game for not this year. I don't would be an utter embarrassment. You guys aren't good. Bob to get wacked by Notre Dame next weekend. Juve it lease got a win this one. Yeah. Looks UCLA has beaten Cal you guys. Just lost to Cal. Maybe washington. We can play that game short. Go back and forth because that's a stupid game. That is a lost to them. But you beat them and we lost a hand. Right. Right. Okay. But see the UCLA defensive backs are the strongest part of their defense. Yes. Which is really the only thing that you have right? Eight still they had Darnay homesick good close against Texas for like the first half. It was. The defense that is something that's their strongest part of it, which you guys you have the freshman quarterback. You have zero run game that is absolutely wrong. Aga said Rick ware has been unbelievable this year, unless you're not paying attention. Do you have I all I see is that you guys end up with if you if you get shut down in the first quarter. It's over it's done. That's it. We're not running the ball anymore. That's that seems to detriment. That seems to seems really screwed up. If you're saying you US's got no run game academic where it's been fantastic. I mean, I don't know how this assistance to sticks right in front of me. But if I if I was gonna take Josh Kelley or Centric wear I'm taking Josh Kelley cassette wear six point nine yards per carry on. How many are does he have over on the year hundred and six scary seven hundred thirty yards. Right. I'd rather have Josh Kelley who has nine hundred yards and five he doesn't have to deal with Steven Kerr. He doesn't have to deal with Viana Maya Taybeh. I I don't have his name. Right. But the name Viney Talamaivao. I'm just seeing from what I've seen from UCLA USC. They have yes watched. Some of the games is that they go away from the run game very very quickly. If it gets shut down pretty outlook. I don't disagree with that. I think they do walk away from the run game too quickly. And I think they do rely too much on JT Daniels. But there is so much more talent on this USC team than there is on this. You have all. Five star talent four or five star talent opposed to UCLA who has three four with a random five star here in tuna tuna three. Yeah. Around that three star four star a couple of four and there, but that's why UCLA looks better to me. I mean, they're on their actually playing what their of their talent wise there two in eight because their talent isn't totally they're they're one of the youngest teams in all of the nation's youngest team in all the nation. They're all eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one year old if you get it they're in the top five of the youngest team in the nation for all the way through. Whereas you see is all has a lot more upperclassmen. Right. I'm not. This whole debate. Here you settle this whole thing. Mason has expectations. Mason has standards SC Shrek rate every year as he should never lose to right, US UCLA never ever cow should know. And I'm sure Zona no one should ever lose a Cal. If if they lose this game tomorrow. It doesn't mean as much to UCLA as it does to USC. If UCLA loses this game. Well, we lost this game were to nine. That's all right. Yeah. This is our this is our building year under this is our bowl game. Tomorrow is our ballgame when you guys rebuild you go to an eight when USC rebuilds you go seven and five that's the difference between well, they're not gonna go seven and five the best. You're looking at. The best. You're looking at it sticks in the six I. Six and six very possible. First of all five losses for a US team is unheard of. It's it's embarrassing. It's shameful. Yeah. That it's an excuse. That's why I feel like clay Helton and Steve Alford or the exact same guy. Well, they are. Here's the difference ones getting bought out and one is not. Well, Steve Alford will be bought out next year if this was badly. Well, clay years over clay Helton will be bought out in the tunnel at the Rose Bowl game tomorrow. And you're your buyout, right? And if Steve Alford doesn't doesn't get out of the sweet naval on doesn't make it to the tournament. Again. Then he will be bought out again. Right. No. I I mean, look, I think USC it's been a an incredibly disappointing year. There's no question about that. But I think if you go back and you look at some of the losses. First of all they did beat Washington say they're the only team that's beaten, Washington state this year. The number eight team in the country. That's a more quality win than anything UCLA has put out what about those five losses and. Yeah. And there's there's no excuse for the five losses. There's no excuse for the cow game. I thought they'd really pulled out of it. When they went to Oregon state and beat Oregon state pretty handling they lost to Arizona state with a third string quarterback that not to be excused but thirty eight thirty five with Jack Sears third string quarterback starting. They hung pretty tough. I just I don't believe that USC is going to lose this game tomorrow. And if they do all hell's going to break loose. I mean, this is we it seems like against cow who was calling the plays supposedly right and they put up fourteen points bad cow. It was it was awful. So if if you're I mean, this is a lot of if it's Helton calling the plays. I feel pretty good. If he's only fourteen against Cal UCLA put up like thirty one or thirty by the way for all the talk about. Cal as a bad team. They've got a better record than Nessie. Better than SC. They're six and four. Oh god. What does that saying though, it's saying that that the towel is not a disaster? Cal is not a disaster. Justin Wilcox has actually done a decent job up there in his building something. Well, MoMA you can speak to that. Justin, Cox has done some good things up there. Cow. Okay. I'll go with it in that direction. Yeah. No. I mean, he's no David Shaw. Just say, okay. Here's what we'll do. David shaw. Here's what we'll do. Greg. See us. See how certain you are. Okay. On monday. If SC loses I will shave my head on the air. No, don't do that Mace. Oh, man. Really UCLA loses face paint. Man. You shave your head on the air. Okay. See here's the thing. I would do it. I would absolutely do it except. No, no, no. I mean daughters got a recital. I want point. I can't go there. No, no. No, no, no. I don't care about that. Absolutely. Do it. I want points. If you give me points. I will agree to it cracked onto it. No. Don't do. It. Don't do it shave your head. You would not look like that. You would look. Grow. You the good and you've gone back in a week. I'm just kidding. There's no way I'm shape. Oh, come off on. I've got a beautiful silver main of. Look. Yeah. No. It is my. The only good thing. I've got going for me. I still cut the face paint. From one Stanford beat USC. You got that bird of prey. Don't play. Faeroe don't play that. Sparrow. I got. I got. I got a Condor story. Check the Condor story. Wow. Well, you hooked me at Chuck Todd or tease. Yeah. Well, we're gonna do fast track. Now, I put it in fast, Jack. Okay. Yeah. All right clippers went to row. They've. 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August 1st, 2020: Happy Anniversary James and Vince!

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August 1st, 2020: Happy Anniversary James and Vince!

"The best provides enough tour drudgery on its own. So Arizona it makes sense to switch to Geico online over the phone with your local agent. JV sports on their one year anniversary where to go James. Invents keep up the great work from former as you offense, of Weimin Kyle. Murphy James Vince, this is totally co cousin from Ontario Canada. I O Paulo's well I just want to congratulate you both on the one year anniversary of your show. You're doing a fantastic job and keep up the Great Work Hey James Invents and the JV. Fort Show staff just wanted to congratulate you guys on a great year. This coach Rony. My recruits who presided for everything you guys are. Doing and so excited for the future keep on plugging away. We're all behind you and best of luck this is Houston with the legislature football drills and skills can't wanting to send out a happy one year anniversary. Congratulations to jeans convinced for one year of covering sports on the JV, sports show here in Arizona. Hi. This is Anna Keith and more Francesa Movement Company and we would like to. Vincent James on the one year anniversary with jv Sport Show Hi. This is college athletic director off embarrassments. Congratulations to James Convinced on a wonderful first year of JV sports show on ten sixty am radio. Thanks for all you do for local sports blonde jokes America SONATINA. CAMEROTA. Fractured on this Congress luxuria Michael Vincenzo delgadio senior James Berry Lord of Antarctica program argue phony go Lindsey Kuni wishing happy I down Aversa James. Vincent Their Bank jv sports show twitter a lovely couple. Here's too many more beautiful years together. Am Ten sixty. Tempe Phoenix and Kia selects HD two Scottsdale Phoenix. This program is paid for by the JV sports LLC. You're listening to the JV sports show talking in C.. In the Ju- Code Community College and High School Sports and now here's your host James proved and Vince Dooley Co.. Good. Morning Arizona. Welcome to another edition of jv sports. So so let's joins us this morning James Booby alongside broadcast partner Vince Elise Yo vets. Happy anniversary my friend one. On, the air today my friend, what are your thoughts? Happy Anniversary, James, I I don't have any thoughts. I'm just I'm I'm shocked I'm surprised I'm I'm overjoyed. I it. It's just been quite the week and and I'm excited today is going to be a lot of fun. It's we decided this week. We're GONNA. Make it all about our listeners and our partners and anybody that his tune the radio to send sixty whether it be intentional or by accident. We are just so overjoyed that that we're here and we're able to provide a little bit of entertainment on a Saturday morning and it's not all about sports. It's about other things life and and just you know having a good time. Well blessed to be on the air here with my friends. Still after a year, we started this venture year ago we started with the podcast, the last March and I was thinking this week as the anniversary show was coming closer. Do you remember the specific time or the specific where we were the conversation that we had when we said, hey, you know remembered the stepbrothers movie with. Will Ferrell and the owner really funny John C Reilly Yeah and they you wanted to karate in the garage and there's a yeah and we said Hey your radio show said, yeah I mean, you remember that specific conversation I I want to say, maybe we were at raising cane's when we were deciding who was going to do play by play who is going to do color analysis for the Football Team I. Think we may have gotten that into the conversation then an. Over. Some some chicken so has flown by a lot of good things are handled over chicken. Let me tell you. So that's okay. Agree. That's okay. Great Year. My friend how about those messages to start the show author at all? and. We we know how much you guys you listeners and love our show partners and so what we did today is we remove all the commercials from the show see gotta listen because we had. Folks have stepped forward and offered up congratulatory messages at the beginning of their I love Lindsey Kuni there that last one. When I told her I said you know it's it's a my partner and is anniversary I. Don't know maybe she misunderstood i. decided to believe that in their. Jj I are both happily married to other people also for you you know the Not, that there's anything wrong with it, but we're you know we're we're committed to other people and and but we are still partners in this venture with the jv Yorke show. So thank you for that. It was it was funny poked a little bit of funny I have to I have to say special thanks to our partners whether. Partners or partners that got us off the ground over a year ago now blackout and coffee shop in cave. Creek. There's a number of partners that have been with us Patriot, nation firearms just down the street here we couldn't do it with all all of you guys support. So we. Really appreciate the the likes over at Financial America I mean it's been you know we appreciate all of them and anybody that has any part of getting us on the air raid. Jones obviously our cameraman producer who's been with us since day one and Aaron, our in Studio, producer Mitch of who was there for the first yes. Nine ten months. So we appreciate it easy Ed, Smith Giovane Adams. Those guys have been great supporting his Jim Marshall in early days of getting us on the air. So thank you so much everybody. We don't forget what anybody has done to get us to to to this point and we're looking forward to to beyond that and with that James Do you remember who our first guest was on the air last year I do and I think we are blessed to have him on here with us. Again, this morning is that correct? We are aired run at baby. He's live with you now. We are joined. Other Dan, the honorable vice mayor of. Arizona. The honorable John Crane Vice Mayor Greg. Good. Morning Sir. Barton Invention James. -gratulations on that first year. Great to be back. Yeah you're like the Bill Murray to David Letterman you know. Letterman show. So John You have a place in history. Thank you so much for joining us and you know last year there was a little bit of confusion with a you know a mayor Peterson was supposed to be on with us. You were last minute fill in. There was a a proclamation in town and unofficial proclamation this year we got all our ducks in a row. You got that proclamation ready for us. Proclamation well. Feels like, Deja Vu all over again. Tell, you what if you take a break maybe we can you and I can sort this out for a second. Okay. Okay. Real Quick Board alright are. Off this off the air for a minute air I there. Okay, good. Yeah. Yeah. We go ahead John What's going on I don't have a clue where to. Mayor Peterson just asked me to jump in on the call because he was called to wear at the last minute again mentioned he didn't mention. Second Time Vice. Mid. Town businesses on carefree but John I mean, we thought we talked about this. Then you get the memo about the proclamation again cares favored sons nothing Gave, my year heads up. New We knew your we know you're our favorite son. We didn't know anything about that. So I'll tell you what you might recall that you never pay me back when I help you with the dog cleanup detail in town. I will issue a proclamation if you promised to pick up after all the dogs in town for the month of August. Oh, US gotTA deal. are well are. All right. We'll do it all right James Hill overlooking kids. All the kids good. Okay. All right you can we go back on here now Jonah you good. All okay air and bring us back. Guys back. Okay. All right. I have my go-to proclamation folder in hand. Okay and I'm ready to issue a proclamation from the town of carefree. Today Saturday August I. on the one year anniversary of the JV. Sports show and am ten sixty. I hereby proclaim today to be the unofficial jv sports in carefree. Arizona. This. Titles you and James to five minutes in the splash pads you can rinse off after the show. Yes. Thank you so much. Place Zach. Up and So more serious note I know your mom and dad are going to be on the show later today. So please wish him the Best Under sixtieth anniversary. James, many more years of success. You'd put it on a great program, every Saturday morning and I'm looking forward to more of them. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you vice mirroring John Train there from the town of carefree. Thank you so much for joining us. Really appreciate it our first guest on the JV sports show as you. In history. Okay. Thank you. All right. Thank you. That was wonderful. Okay. So we kick the show off James Well. So we got going on. We got a lot of stuff. We've got a couple of special guests coming over. This can be joined by coach Doug Madasi of the miracle of mistakes. Also, the head coach over Mountain Ridge High School they are getting tuned up and hopefully we're GONNA get this a high school football season in here very shortly probably in the next six to eight weeks I've heard some rumblings about possibly slightly things to October we're gonNA find out about mid week next week believe next Wednesday's when they're gonNA announced. Exactly what's going on what the recommendations are from the as we should have some more information on that, and there also going to be joined the next segment by coach Kevin Tweet from Iowa central also one of our first guest on the show and then we got second half well second half we are coming back with an old friend of Ours Auto University Arizona head football coach. NESBITT coach Nesbitt. It's always good for a few laughs and and put together a heck of a program and he was the region coach of the year last year qualified for the playoffs and only their second year of playing in existence, and so it should be fun. It's always a fun and unpredictable with coach Nesbitt looking forward to him and then in the final segment. Yeah. Vice Mayor Crane said my parents celebrated their sixtieth anniversary two days ago they're coming on just to you know give us a little bit of advice and how they've managed to keep going for sixty years and and You know had had a few bumps in the road, but that's all part of growth in growing and and and so we'll. We'll talk and looking forward to having them on, and then of course, our messages through the brakes listening it's going to be a lot of fun unpredictable phone lines are open all our folks. Please give us a call. Let us know what you're doing today how you're doing and we look at we're looking forward to hearing from you a six, zero, two to sixty, ten, sixty, six, zero, two, two, six Oh, one. Oh, six. Oh, lots of exciting sports back back on now events especially here in the valley, the diamondbacks underway again, the back at it as well down the bubble in Orlando and tomorrow there's three games on local interests as well with the WNBA the sons and the diamondbacks, a lot of for folks to join here in the fairly the sun this weekend it's great time because it's hotter than what outside it is and the the PAC twelve just released their scheduled for football. At least we could say tentative schedule and this is a little bit of an oddity. Is something you? We haven't seen I I can't remember in my lifetime, but the first game of the year is typically the last game of the year and it's their down. Oriole Cup. So Twenty Six and verses the U. of Asu. U. OF A. so that should be exciting way to kick off the season cleaning a conference owning only schedule. So a lot of good stuff. Yeah. It's GONNA be exciting. So we're we're excited as well. Thank you for tuning in this morning we really appreciate it, and now we're looking forward to another great show here on the JV sport show a couple of special guests coming your way and don't forget like we said we've We've taken the commercials out today. So we've got a lot of tributes that came in over the week. We really appreciate those will be play those for you here throughout the show. So it's going to be a great one. We appreciate you coming on and spend a little bit of your Saturday with us and celebrating a one year on the air vets. Give us a call folks six, zero, two to sixty, ten, sixty. We've got the best producer in the Business Aaron Decker, he's going to be working his tail off behind the board today forest and and a great guy, give us a call and we'll put you on the air six, zero, two to sixty, ten, sixty stick around through the break. Jay We'll be back. Javy Ready to bring Katie USA sixty your home with electric. Hi, I'm Alexa Katie US am ten, sixty skill and enable. All myself believe us am this is where I start my day. Hey congratulations, vents, and James on your one year anniversary of the JV sports show which I must say is very professionally done. Classy venture congratulations, guys, Vince. We go way back James on your for a little bit too good people. You guys keep up the good work take plummer saying go jv sports show Taban Highness. Whereas a state women's basketball congratulations to the JV sports show on their one year anniversary proof again, that good things do happen to good people. Hey, Bob Jenkins here events built contracting carefree Arizona. Just congratulations to convince of the JV. Sports show phenomenal job been a great year. You guys have done an amazing job really really happy and proud of you and looking forward. To many more years to come keep up the great work guys. Thanks a lot. This is coach Kelly of the Buckeye Union hawks. We're all saying congratulations to James Events JV sports one year anniversary at ten sixty. AM awesome fellows look forward to working with hi this is Tom Cross hockey grew from carefree Arizona wishing James and Vince happy anniversary for the JV sports show. Thank you enough the opportunity to be on your show when Greg Powers Coach of as US hockey team was interviewed again, congratulations hey, guys. This is Mark Bunker head men's basketball coach at Scottsdale. Community College just WanNa give congratulations, James, and Vince over the jv sport. Show congratulations on your one year anniversary. Hope a lot more years to come and keep keep up the great work. Hey, coach Jp edcohearing congratulations on your one year anniversary of the JV sports show what an amazing accomplishment guys I am. So proud of you I'm honored to be one of your broadcast partners in here's too many more years of the JV sport show. Mantha from so Gerber Pizza I wanNA say congratulations to James Vince peppy one year anniversary on covering sports on the JV sports. Show way to go guys happy one year anniversary to the JV sports show from Tick Tock coach of the quarantine coach Lotto congratulations, guys. Hi this is Phoenicia District Athletic Director Dr Zach Nielsen Graduating James and Ben story fantastic year covering. Arizona's Sport's over too many more. Social Information About Katie US am ten sixty, try Katie US ten sixty dot com a Katie US am ten, sixty on twitter and facebook dot com slash Katie US am ten sixty. Here, comes the Juku report. Welcome back to the JV sport show. Of course, we had to go van Haidar on that one right there with one of our favorite bands. Time and they kind of helped us start this thing off if you will. With the with the Panama and as part of our INTRO, we've enjoyed that over the year we've worked we plan on keeping that as far as we know that's going forward. So we'll see all but love it always will be. Fan Hager on Seoul? That's right. Little. Sammy for us and you you tend to be partial toward date diamond Dave and I'm a Sami. Guy But but it's all good. So anyway but yeah our joining us on one side. Yes. Yes. Some four grade albums was Sammy and five with Diamond Day on the line with us. Coach Doug. Head football coach of the Ho- Come Junior College, Athletic Conference, Maricopa Mustangs, and Mountain Ridge High School as well. Coach mccaskey Good Morning Sir. Good morning guys how are you? Good how are you? Good. No plugging away trying to do. We can do to get this football season kicked off. A lot of good things going on now you just you know you got a things with your schedule. You're obviously playing your conference games get give us the latest first game what's the date and don't what's going on? The first game did when being over seventeen you know in talking with Steve Wise I thought he did a great job of trying to balance the importance of of playing the season and and being sympathetic what's going on around us in the the climate that we're currently living in and making sure that we're taking steps that are necessary to. Protect not only our players but but our players. Our coaches, the people that support our our league and and making sure that everything that we're doing is with the emphasis on safety. But then looking for a way to still say, can we can we provide the safe environment and and still be able to help these kids with other fundamental mission of the? HVAC which is obviously to filthy skins game scholarship opportunities. He's schedule back a little bit where we'll have a game date of October seventeen. I believe we end December nineteenth. We were able to keep our full schedule in there, and that full schedule is we we scheduled last year and we obviously my team. We played the best in the Military Institute and the Hawks Coach Felker place no college we had planned to play those games again when our schedule to buy and coaches have the opportunity to gain an extra game and still looking to solidify some some opponents many conversations. With a Christian University about essentially playing them through our conferences well, obviously, they're not traveling to play. With with one of their programs. So it works I. We're doing and we feel like you know a chance to stay here, stay local and and put on a great product and hope these kids move on to the next level. We're visiting here with head coach, Doug Mukasey of America. mustangs also coaches the mountain ridge. High School Mountain Lions and coach Madasi feel that since you guys have pushed the season back a little bit for the. Junior College Athletic Conference. Maybe that's a might give kids a little bit of an advantage to be able to communicate dial than at the beginning of school especially since everything might be a little crazy this. I'm going back. You know a lot of things are going to be online especially the college level. Hopefully, that will give the kids a little bit advantage can get down into school there, and then be continue the athletic portion of the festivities. There's no question I mean we've talked about schedule back a little bit after last season. Anyway you know we started last year at the beginning of when the NJ was playing and we finished a few weeks early and we talked about you know there was an advantage we felt like not necessarily starting when they started. But ending when they ended the idea with that was just what you're talking about. We get these kids and we can get him in school. We can get them acclimated. I mean spend more time with them to try to make sure that they're taking the best steps to build a move on. I mean obviously last year was learning opportunity for us. I think we've learned a valuable lesson. You've got a better handle on things now certainly, we're looking at building and progress, but certainly moving it back is gonNA help these kids exponentially because they W-, they can focus solely on the academic aspect or coaches making the third in the right course. Of course, they're gonNA transfer and that they put their best foot forward that. Semester is challenging because it seems like it's easy. You feel like you still have time to always catch up the problem is, is you start snowballing if you start for usually in poorly we can get started right and doing things appropriately. We usually make sure at the end or a pretty good shape before transferable credits where you need to be. Coach. It was impressive. Last. Year on a short, very short calendar. You put together a on a league you you put some some very competitive teams on an you opened up the season versus a nationally ranked opponent in New Mexico, Military Institute common, and you hung with them for for most of the game and I think you know towards the end I think With black death and and you know you guys just got a little bit tired but I mean, my gosh, it was anything short of incredible house recruiting going this off-season. Did you parlay that into? You know tell kids look this is this is Juku football and we're we can help you. We can. We can certainly develop. Ian Help you. Certainly recruiting is doing better mean there's no question that it that we feel like we've improved programs I can speak specifically about my team. We feel like it's a much improved program. We obviously we played well, we took care get moved on and I think there's a league last year we generate more than two million dollars fellowships for you know which isn't bad. When you think about a program that turned around and thirty days started playing football with kids that we in a lot of cases had no idea they were Certainly you know we're we're expecting those numbers to go up exponentially as far as opportunities go You know I mean I. think that obviously chance to to help these kids and to play quality opponents. They're obviously isn't advantage to them doing. So obviously, the Mexico game we wish we could have had a spring ball leading into it. The more time to get truly ready like you know like I'm sure everybody would. But I was impressed with how we did hang in there for at least a half and and you know we took a shot at it and and certainly I think that as we continue to develop the. League and build a week. I think that those games will go from being competitive Games two games that are certainly winnable games for for any of the teams in our conference as it's always tough when you're when people say that, Yuko, football zone is dead you know tries to erase that stigmatism junior college football and Arizona was dead last year two, million dollars. The scholarships wouldn't have been had for these kids so. You know like I said, we WANNA grow want to continue to develop. And move forward with some of the things that we're doing. But really excited as league about the direction we're going there's going to be some major announcements that are gonNA come down here within within you know in some cases, a month or two that I think will really transform what it is. We're doing it will certainly the vision out there that we had a year ago it will start to become much more clear to people that that the HVAC is not here for a year or two seasons we're going to be here for the long haul and truly trying to transform junior college athletics not only even think zone, but in some cases nationally. coccia Doug mosquee miracle mustangs H J CAC. Coach. Mosque's sank you so much for joining us. We're looking forward to cover in your league and will will certainly have you back repeatedly here before you kick off on October seventeenth so thanks again. CONGRATS and good luck this season. But you very much. All right. Joining us on the line is an old friend ultra yellow friend of the program. Iowa Central Community College Athletic. Director Kevin tweet coached weight. Bench how you doing man. speedwagon fan good our yes, he is. A we're doing great I just want to let you. Delay there in. Iowa. It's about eleven eleven thirty here I, WanNa wish you and his wonderful show though a happy one year anniversary and this shows kind of like you've always imitated but never duplicate duplicated. Hey. Thanks close. We appreciate that. Beautiful Yeah Fort Dodge Iowa what's going on today what tell you what we we brought our football players. In July six, we have a summer program where the guys take English Math History Science Gentlemen type class from eight thirty to eleven thirty, and then eat launch after that and then they. Three visit credits with Spiezio the quickness training weight training Football sweet at a hundred and twenty young men. Reports July six, obviously Cova test everybody. We were really fortunate just six, hundred, one, twenty positive, and we have a protocol where those at tested positive isolating for fourteen days. So and so forth, they've all rejoined they were taking their classes virtual tape to rejoin our volleyball program reported July Twenty Third Cross country yesterday. So it's game on here you know as far as things now, the J. C. Delay has moved our football season in all of our fall sports seasons except cross country. To the Spring and they've given us a sixty day window in which that we can practice twenty hours a week with our student athletes, and so is an example football August fifteenth basically through October Thirteenth Volleyball I. Think It'd be like September fifth to November third something like that. But all the championship seasons will be in the spring semester and so You know that we were allowed some scrimmages against outside competition. We have tremendous athletic trainers the protocol that we go through every single day at breakfast young guy young girls, temperatures taken that goes through the. Question List if they're temperatures over wait wait a second coach. Yeah coach. So you're saying that that you're. A postseason qualifying any bowl games that you guys qualify for will be played in the spring. All there will be no football competitions or or the National Junior, College Athletic Association in JC Aa, put move all of the fall Competitions regular season and and posting. To to the spring of the year you bet like. Real practice starts March first first name, March. Twenty fifth. Twenty seconds and eight game season ballgame June third. So that can't happen. That's. You got any boosters that. WanNa bring us out there will broadcast a game for you. Heavy hitter. roosters. Your. The old ad put us up in his house. WHAT'S THE BEST WAY FOR PHOENIX? The Fort Dodge vans I don't know. About Fifty Bucks, we're not gonNA mess. Wow. Your Game on here guys were We're practicing you know sixty sixty window, and then we can have three or four scrimmage. Opposition but the protocol young people are going through with temperatures check daily. It's over one hundred, point four the. Trains, go through a series of questions with them, and then our competition that will be scrimmaging this ball is the athletic trainers in twelve commute in our state going through the exact same protocol. So you know I was a safety is of prime concern, but we really feel students learn better face to face. We're doing the Doing actual, we're going face to face six foot distance in the classroom plexiglass shields so and so forth. So we may be a bit different than than than places around the country suspense. So coach, you're you're actually going to be able to get in some some why bullet action even though obviously won't count on the books this fall during that sixty day window while you're either team tuneup, what are your thoughts on having kind of? A layoff there between after the end of that six days, and until you ramp up again and sounds like march is that correct? That's a yeah. That's about three and a half and we got a minute left coach. Gabriel Click. Here's how it works You're allowed twenty hours a week during that sixty day window the rest of the time you have eight hours a week. So even though you know the sixty day window Done with practices we'll still be lifting running them that kind of thing, and so we report back January fourth per second semester from January four, th to March I it'll be with players eight hours a week doing stuff, and then March I will start real practice so it won't be nearly as bad as a person might think. Sounds good coach we really starting to sound great coach. Well. Hey You Call Your Athletic Director. Thanks coach, we appreciate it old friend of the program Kevin Tweet. Sorry to cut you off their coach. What were you going to say? No, I was just GonNa say wishing, we wish you a great year number two as well. Great job in your what. We. Get Support I sure will thank you. Stay tuned in Legiti Sports. You'll hear we got some more congratulatory messages coming your way here during the break, and then after we get back for the second half of the show, we'll be doing OTC AC football head, coach Mike, but. Without any I a football and last talk police ios. So stay tune nearly JV sports show happy one year anniversary we'll be right back. Your caddy ray atoms takes you beyond the eighteen tool on Saturday mornings with great American golf from six to seven. AM ON US am ten sixty. Hey, Jerry wires, meredith city of Glen. I WANNA, congratulate James Invents on the JV sports show on podcast on one year anniversary since debut in last year, the world might look a little different from when it got started. But thanks for all that you guys do. Keep the listeners up to date on sports at high school and college level. Congratulations guys. This is Angie Stanley from Salem Oregon and I just want to send out a heartfelt congratulations to James and Vincenzo and the sports show on your one year anniversary. Thank you for all that you guys do. This is Ron salaries owner and founder TB training better athlete just wanted to give a huge shout out to Vince and James on. Their one year anniversary of the JV Ford show gentleman. You're amazing and we love what you do for the athletes here in the valley and keep working to keep grinding you guys are the best congratulations on your one year anniversary. This is Lucas Ramirez head boys basketball coach at Suara High School just want to wish the JV sports show on am ten sixty congratulations on one year of being on the air. Thank you for. All, you guys do for all of our programs and Athletes High Vinson. James this is less Peterson carefree mayor congratulations to JD sports show one year anniversary well done. Thank you. This is Kelsey Dickerson with the Arizona Humane Society and I, want to send a big congratulations to James, Vince and the whole jv sports show on your one year anniversary. We so appreciate your support of the homeless animals throughout Arizona we could not do. The work that we do without you guys. So we're looking forward to many more years. The sports show congrats from Canada to Mexico from California to Maine the template family wishes the JV sport show another -nother many more years James Invents you guys doing a great job keep it up again the temple family wishes you all the best and keep going you're doing a heck of a job Hey James Vince. This is Corey John from. F. congrats on your one year anniversary and here's too many more. Hi, this is Keith Creek Museum executive director Kerry Porter Brace and I'd like to congratulate James and Vince and the JD sports show forgetting their first year in the history book. Congratulations guys graduations one year for the JV sports. So this is one okay. Former Sunday while American jump keep up the good. Work guys happy when you hey, this is Ben. Wilson play by play broadcaster for the Mountain West Network. Just congratulating all of you guys at the JV sport show on one year of shows. You guys do an awesome job. CONGRATS on the accomplishment can't wait to see what you guys do in your number two. Have you downloaded the US am ten kill for Alexa yet? Alexis frustrated no matter. How many times do you ask the answer is male chicken? What ready Katie was an MTA sixty to listen to your favorite shows. Let's get funky on a Saturday morning ladies and gentlemen. The sport show begins now here all your co host James Pooping and Ben. Still. Seo. Diamond Day on Saturday morning. Welcome back to the JV sports show. Special thanks to Broadcast Partners Kevin Dairy bury their little intro there. For straight his time fence can show so far is hilarious he. Took that seriously I sent him a text us that he Kevin, can you record a little sub? He sent me these forklifts and they were all about five minutes long each. One and it was just it was hilarious Kevin's agree. and. Never, never yes. He'll tell you that you're never locked in word. Our next guest. Yes. What are we got Aaron? And now the. A, breakdown. The? Great. Fred and I say old I. Don't mean that in the. Excess. Good for me. Coached by desperate from the spiritual showers this morning, Sir I'm doing good. All I know is I listen to the last couple of statements and I did not know that I'm not the only one that gets put on the shot clock there by your partner in crime Of Open, channel NASCAR everybody about on the play clock you sounds like media practice. The ball. Time is I wanted to? Get here. Tonight we watch I. Don't know if if you always go. Can you hear that car? That's the clock right there A. Coach what's going on over spirit land ob it. Okay. Yeah. What's happening out there? Beautiful surprise today Oh shoot you know we're just. Trying to get geared up all of our guys are back on campus for pre fall and started taking classes last week, and so we finish off the first week of school. Just trying to get everybody back in the swing and. Excited kids and and happy to have them all back. You talk about excited kids coach we were actually over I was actually over on campus on Tuesday. I had my son with me and we came over around lunchtime. We brought a little lunch over there and had lunch in the the student area right there I know you're not supposed to bring food outside food and there sorry about that. But Anyway, the guy told me goes that we had somebody do coaches they gotta they gotta learn the rules. Road here. I said I like it. I'm sorry about that. But anyway what facility over there for those students and student athletes in the cafeteria facilities and recreational area, and it's just amazing kids the smiles on their faces when they walk into the area and they see what what is there for them wasn't put specifically in West Valley for their for their enjoyment and for their achievement what what are your thoughts since the buildings have been open over there? You know you talk about going into year four now right I mean this is your four forest and and. You know just to think about where we started with a couple author parking lots in one building now for our guys to build a walk in and have a nice student union to build a real accident and a and a full dining service with a great. Cafeteria staff and their dorms and the resident halls are all wide open. Now I WANNA say we have over one hundred, fifty almost two hundred kids right now on campus living in in student living, and so to the excitement you know for our players just general students to be back in a campus like that, and it's got a lot of it's got a lot of buzz right now going on for sure. Coach. So you talked about kids being back on campus what what is the? What's the consensus on when Games Ashley Begin in September with regard to people in the stadium at has there been a decision made as to whether there will be fans in attendance or are you just going to be relying on the golden voices of? To paint a picture of what's going on on the field For All of the loyal fans out there also honestly when we we met as head coaches and staff and everything and with the mayor and all that last week about it and the only people not allowed into the stadium. Is. Really you two guys you're? In our. City we can have standing room only the whole crowd James Advance are not. At the game at all right now. We're still doing all joking aside you know we're still under the social distancing. You know we can't have a crowd of over people and You know we're still looking about how would you know for that first home game how we put people in the stands and where we'd be and stuff like that I told a lot of the parents at check you and I said, you know you can. You could always go and put the lawn chairs and a towel and sit down up there and top of the parking garage and watch the insulin shot of the game. I guess you know but. Right now, we're still working on that and I think the most important thing is. Just being able to get our campus open and see people around that gals a star it just keep doing the the good things that were supposed to do and keep our kids healthy and our students saves and all that I I think that'll that'll lend us being able to play football fans for sure. Coach I, do I have a quick follow up question for you regarding your your recruiting out of state on the line with us is you may WanNa WanNa tap this area we've got a lease. Craig s from Stamford Connecticut and you you might want to open up a recruiting window out there a Lisa good morning. Anna, how are Ya Hello Lisa Hey? Good. Good. So I'm a line with this elite is is from Stamford Connecticut who listens to our show faithfully every week and she's a big football fan she and her husband Craig and they Yeah. They they want to. They want you to get some guys out there recruit some of their kids coach. August Connecticut anytime you give me a give me a good lobster roll and and. You tell me what I need to go I'm in. I'm all for it. I'm like, yeah. You can take the guy out of what's going on. Of The guy first thing is about food. Well, we wanted to say congratulations on the one year and we're really excited but there's going to be a new holiday and carefree. JV Sports. Day. Yes it there you go more. We need another holiday Thing congratulations to your parents. Sixty years. That is awesome. Thank you. Lisa that was very kind of you. So anyway. So yes, thank you at least Craig and They actually have a home out here in Scottsdale. They're good friends and are backing in Connecticut Right now hopefully, you guys quarantine. We're done. We did our leaks and. We started go out. If you can find. Yeah and you gotTa tell us. Now how you actually tune into the sport showed you to us on Alexa in the house or do you have gone on a smartphone? You got the big old pioneer stereo cranked up. How are you actually listening to show like I don't know. Right, now we have it on the phone through the Internet link. Excellent. Yeah. There you go. Say Yeah Worldwide See James we are worldwide like. Wide whereas that's right that's right popular as Mike Nesbitt. Yeah not quite. So anyway, thanks for at least we appreciate it. We appreciate your. Your parents. Is that what that is. Kinda it's a couple of days off my parents. Thirtieth. Here we go. One person actually listened to it went through security bit there. Yeah it's been a marriage but yeah. Coach. So coach, I gotta ask you now you got a guy who's been I think he's been dodging is very few people that purposely go out of their way to avoid us but you got you got one guy on the team. That's a silent leader that was just named a preseason streets. Miss All American your center Tristan she what's going on with the guy? How does this guy is so low key I don't even know slow people even know he enters a room. No. You know that that is always been through student camera them who's always banning really been a kind of a silent impact guy just lettuce performance in his work and and that speaks for itself and. You don't have any. How about that you know you talk about a guy that was way under recruited at a high school had gone and. We go down there and we're able to get him to come up here and play fourth. One of the original recruits, and now he's he's really almost. All American and probably. listened to a lot of other coaches across the country talk. There's a lot of guys across. You might be one of the best if not the best center in the in the whole nation in the football and I know we believe that the staff and. Everything, he's done for us is is fantastic. You gotta realize those little hard to get a hold of Trista tristen on his spare time. He's a big Disneyland Guy and so he already. Put putting his request? No No, no joke. If if we got the open week. Okay. Him To go to. Disneyland. Open week to avoid. Yeah, he's in. He's got us into fixing. Did you okay that coast with the all American nod there? Oh. Yeah. No no no all let's go to. Disneyland. Yes. He's got his tickets purchased the whole deal and he's he's a fantastic kid. He'll graduate this year. It'll actually be done in Christmas break and and be working on his masters for that last season, they'll play for us and so it's neat. You know it's it's awesome. Say Kid with that much success and everything that he's done for our team over the past three years. You know he's he's proved coach that hard work pays off, and then if you want something that you want to go get it, you can do it doesn't matter your size or what? They say about you or what you can or can't do, and we had a chance to run into his mom last year when we're out in Crete at tell there and he comes to a game answers roles right downhill. So it's fantastic and I am pleased to be involved with him and he's a wonderful kid and a great football player on top of it. So now we're going to do great things and definitely he might go play the next level. Trying to get us to drive around in Iowa Nebraska in the last segment to judge trying to hit psychic car right again. No. Now nowadays last August. In crew. From. Your two hours. We try to get you to come on the show with you denied it. Yeah. All the looking. Out For government with faction out ahead arrives on. All. Right Oh. Football thanks for joining us go. Through the break back with my parents. We'll be right. Back. Carving out time and your afternoon for the Doug Omri show right here on. Am Ten sixty, one, hundred, point seventy, two and Katie US and sixty dot com weekdays from one to three. PM. Hello. This is Sports Fan Mardi. Manning in Oh a year ago the JV sports show didn't even exist now they're celebrating their first anniversary finally something good about Twenty Twenty Good Morning Vincent James this is John Crane from carefree congratulations on your first of many years of the JV sports show on am ten sixty hygienes Invensys Mike Bill from Costa Mesa California is wanted to call and congratulate you guys on your one year anniversary, which is actually three, hundred, sixty, four. Days longer than most people expect Ron Scott here congratulations jd sports shows year anniversary special shout out to James. The personality of the program. The program is an entertaining look. It's worth throughout Arizona and the nation he won't tell you this that I am completely responsible for Vincent recent rise to fame. Hey, vents in James. This is doctoring Jill, the angel dentist through team wishing you a happy anniversary congratulations on a spectacular year of broadcasting the JD sports show blows Max. Ragsdale. High School Athletic Director, just, quick setup to bench gain these sports show on their year anniversary. Appreciate all you do for high school athletic. Cheers many more years to come your attention please ladies and Gentlemen Hey jv sports show Chuck Morgan hear the Voice of Globe y field home of the Texas Rangers and Global Field Today. Guys. It is a beautiful day for a ballgame, but every day is a great day. When you listen to the JV sports show in Phoenix I WANNA take this time to say congratulations from Texas to James Poopie and coach the on their one year on the air in Phoenix James and coach. Texas is congratulations from shut. Morgan and everybody here at the Texas Rangers and keep up that great work on the. Sports show guys let's go JV. Hi everyone this is so and so I would like to congratulate my dad's Vince and his partner James on their first year anniversary of the JD sports. So Am I gonNA get paid for this. Hey, guys. What's up? It's Cameron Cox Twelve. News just calling in to say congratulations on your one year anniversary as a former division to athlete myself I can't thank you guys. Enough for your coverage of D to in a community colleges, and of course, your commitment to covering high school sports in the Valley truly makes a difference and set you guys apart congratulations on one year and keep up the amazing work you guys do here in the Valley SP nation radio is now sports map radio keeping sports content fresh and fun. Join US right here. I. Am Ten sixty. Little Amsterdam. Sports you're welcome back. Fantastic choice. My friend, that's one of my favorite va students yeah. That's it. Welcome to some special folks joining us on the line errant. Would we got? Jerry Vale? Wow. I. You Good Morning Mr Lazio. How are you this morning? Good thank you for coming on here with this property. Oh I'm okay I'm okay. That'd be bad. A congratulations for the first year the Jimmy Show, it's a beautiful by husband. Pasqua's is here to. Talk. On the phone yeah. Yeah Yeah. Yeah congratulations once own. Thank you. You guys just celebrated an anniversary as well. Yeah Yeah. Thanks. I WANNA. Thank you you and your family, the Nice a beautiful rose. To. See. Thanks. My folks came over the other night James and we. Barbecue from other Horny toad here in the Cave Creek, it was good stuff. So Fantastic. So you're telling me that an Italian family barbecue to celebrate his sixtieth wedding anniversary is that correct? I like. My Mom said anytime she doesn't have to cook. It's a great day. So Oh yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So you guys got married. So team six. Yeah. Yes. So we got married at dry turn. Nine nine, hundred, sixty. Wow. And where were you married over his lead? No Montreal Kinda I went. Eighteen years old I went to Montreal kind of. Nice husband, my handsome husband and. Say. Again how does? Sweep you out he sweep you off your feet well because. I love. Is Me. Well. Let's. Read are not talking about right now. You can talk. But you guys talk. To. Each Other and then you end imam jumped on a ship and and it was a two week cruise not. But a boat ride basically to to Quebec. And they miss the Ellis Island. So they ended up, they kept going and they went to bed and that's where you met Dad Dad was already. Montreal. He'd been there for a couple of years and. You got married a month later right yes. Yes. We're okay we. We were so busy but we hardly see each other because busy work take your family for kids my now where league title. We have we have a lot of time for ourselves. Because? The. Only thing now very healthy. It really week because my husband. When out to me you know I have my own problems. So am I we're okay we're okay when you guys are when you feeling up to it, what are you guys enjoy doing together now that like you mentioned, you know you have time for each other you're able to spend time without the kids underneath Lia and what what are you guys enjoy doing together come on go. Talion station, we love to watch the Talian V we have forty. We go to church together sometime when we go to the casino together. We love. Machine table what's going on? I'm. My sheet I like to slide. My thing is I'm a pro, my husband and saying I'm a professional loser. When I hear him yell we're look at my head. What I have them I don't have nothing. Facet of chips there your hide somewhere. I have to back and he would do you see when you meet twenty Oh my God is hands that Kinda you were saying Shake Salty. because. My son. Yahoo had to work hard for that twenty dollars. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah we have. We have a putting together. We kill each other by the way I say when you're young, you don't have a timer probably try though because you have your family or. My now we're okay we're we're here we're staying. Can we take care of each other? So what what are you guys recommend for a couple a young bucks like me and Vince okay. Keep things going. I'm in. My. I to combs reminds the Clintons. Okay That come. And then respect vote each other and don't go to the casino now no, No, no no the casino. It's good. When you all the like to go to the casino now. When we were young. When Week? No I didn't do any of that. My now it's just me and him we have twenty dollars. We want to give it to the Indian we'll do that. All about supporting the community right we're all about here on. And Last. Guy. You come. See us. You know. So we're we're blessed. We're I do my. Son All the time time about him going by making sure you guys are good and checking on yet and obviously helping you. Through your your issues and everything like that. So that's fantastic. That's great. You guys are in his relation to me as well because. You can say newly married compared to you guys sixty and. Wow You guys are young. You know. Yeah. Well. Thank you thank you for calling us. Thank you. Have a great day. Congratulations against. Thank you for fence. Will be here next. Congratulations again for two years? Yes. Let's plan on that. Let's. Go let's CIONI. Thank. You. Okay that's okay. Papa. D.. Thank thank you. Happy Anniversary of us. All right. Bye Bye. Okay. So thank you James, for for you know for genuinely being interested in in my parents and and what they're doing? Yeah, it's. It's a milestone I mean my gosh, you know we thought I mean fifty years was big but Yeah. They hit sixty and and to all the married couples out there that have been doing this for a long time. congratulations I. Said you know our James is Lindsay said at the start of the shows is our our babies the JV sports show, and we're happy couple and but it's Without its challenges as well but we were servings in. Respect and no scores what would know casino not yet not until we're a little older that was worse wisdom right there from Mamadee. So Vince, what do you think has more chance of being come into fruition a marriage lasting sixty years or radio show lasted the whole year. You know the hotel tasks this the APP. Both tall task we've had. The been things I mean we we. We actually do really well because we circle back to each other we talk about what we WANNA do the next week, and then as the week progresses things change at the drop of a dime if there's breaking news story if things come out, things that we need to insert people we need to we wanNA bring on to talk to so it's it's so fluid and marriage can't be as well but yeah, I don't know I don't know well, I wanNA, thank you personally pal. I know you put a lot of work into this show over the past year and it takes a team effort to get this thing not only off the ground. But out in the air will on the air I should say this can't you so I wanNA tell you. Thank you everything that you have done. For your efforts for the show and I'm very pleased to be a part of it and I look forward enough. But well success and. Were We'd be. Yeah we'd. Deliver. So that's James I gotta say there is there's no jv without the Jay and James. You're. You know you are the I mean you're the IT Guru and and you make things go and and the relationships that you have with with people you know if That that, come on the show and I mean all the friendships that that you've established and everything else James it truly wouldn't wouldn't go on my wife even tells me that there is no show without me. So come on now come every room now she takes takes both of us to get this thing going and I think we balance each other out well with works out really well so we're we're fleas here Erin. If you think about it, we've done almost a third of the year of the show from home. I mean, we haven't been the studio since it was like the first week of March right I thank first week Marsh. We got a lot of good things coming up. We're you know we're inching to get out there and broadcast remotely will be doing that lot of other things coming on. We got some things in our back pocket that James we're going to circle back on this week and talk more out of but a lot of good things come and you have by far have not seen the end of the JV's or show there's a lot come and stay with us. Thank you. To our guest today. Thank you so much carefree vice mayor John Crane Miracle Mustangs in Mountain Ridge. High. School. Coach Doug. Dawson. Kevin's Swayed Iowa Central Community College Mike Nesbitt. And of course, my parents squally ended the lease Yo and you thank all our loyal forgery partners as well. Thank you for your support. Over the past year we could stay out your shit. And Tavon with the easiest were. Coming up next and next, we will be joined by color endless the Denver Broncos, Mr Rick Lewis. Good friend WHO'S GONNA join us here on the program. Stay tuned. Have a great week. Everybody wants those hands wear a mask and we'll see next week. 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#102 J.K. Baltzersen - Gir Grunnloven frihet?

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Hour 1: Preparing for First Take

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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Hour 1: Preparing for First Take

"Bedale podcast is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card or four percent cashback on dining entertainment two percent at grocery stores. One percents on all purchases. What's in your wallet? DC's the Dan lebatardshow with Stu got spot Cass. Dan's eating. The big play a pancakes. We'll be done a couple of minutes. A made sitting in for all dressed up today. This is weird. It's uncomfortable. We're going to be off. I take at eleven o'clock is that right, Michael and is correct. As one of the several phases of the global expansion initiative. We're going on the biggest most popular show in America at eleven AM eastern. But we're all wearing an EMMY noticed it and any noticed it with me because I never wear collared shirt. We are all dressed up here. I mean, this is dressed up for me. I gotta Lulu lemon shirt odd for crying out loud. I didn't even know I own one of these theories everybody, even the shipping container. Hope there's a shadow you guys right now because everybody has their Sunday best on right now. I'm proud of you guys finally look in like the job you want and not the job and a half. Well, the the job at eleven o'clock is the job that I want you gonna kill it. Right now this year, we did this last year before we were truly the biggest show in America. And since then we become the biggest show in America. And I'm actually encouraged because I've only had to send five emails this year, reminding them that sue God's is a part of the shot. Thank you. It was a whole thing last year baby steps I was a part of it last year. You were you were right. I mean, not graphically if they if they had it their way, I would not be a part of it. It would be Dan max and Steven right? This week. We just started being a part of it promotional you like you were on the still watched like the slate there were promoting highly questionable because that's Dan show. But it's Dan and stugotz joining I take eleven AM. If you're listening on the radio than eleven AM eastern segment is just going to be the first take feed. It's not even going to be the Dan Le Batard show with stugotz. They are actually taking over us. Are we gonna eat the theme music? Yeah. Get the bump back in Mali's going to welcome us back from. It's. The new one. Yeah. Yeah. Wall anymore. Never watched it in a while. Famous there on Saint times us, right? But then it's on every other channel we have the rest of the day. You realize that right? This is such a big deal. It's it's an exciting day here for the day and lebatardshow Stu gods because not only are Dannon Stu joining I take. But we also have a huge ticket announcement today coming your way at twelve fifteen pm eastern regarding our live, New York City show on may eighteenth. By the way, I wanna say kudos. Thank you so much for booking the same exact day that I have a live show Chicago much. Appreciate it. Why don't you cancel it sort of by design? I can't we already sold tickets. But people bought tickets to see you. Hey, man, we have we have dueling events going on have you ever put on a live show, Mike, this is a first of its kind. Now, we're not going to do you guys. Do just Ford around on stools and put microphones to your faces. We're going to have an original production gonna be like set props musical. It's it's there's going to be a musical number of some sorts. I'm talking light on talking video walls. I'm talking VIP meet-and-greet, which is what you guys are using karaoke. It's cute. Look, first of all, you're not gonna call us cute. Right. We are forced to be reckoned with second of all video walls. What are you going to show on the video walls people pardon? No, no, no. No. No. No, no, no. This is a top level production that you would expect to see when you walk into the Kramer, see theater, that's your city. That's a really nice for us. I think is this announcement how to buy tickets, or is this announcement leading to another announce this announcement is indeed leading to another announcement announcement when you have the, you know, this announce announcing where you where it is you can find tickets, and when they are going on sale, I know that information right now, but I'm gonna tease it. We went fifteen years without announcing anything and now all we do is announcing thing fifteen minutes. I know where they can find. I'll just say right now. Do you wanna get written up now? But I know want to get written up or waiting. Okay, building TESL. This is appointment listening. Let time spent listening our guys you you go to WWW dot you. Stop it right now Christopher serious as your superior h Rahman. Michael wrote, a dash gotta look I saw the look I would I would have blown right Baz that looking under you guys think you're so funny pooh-poohing this. This is something that we all wanted. Okay. We're trying to grab that brass ring. Right. Okay. What? But the Michael thing is debatable as to which you know, whether or not all of us wanted this. So we're doing this again, this is going on for you know, our talent. He's always always listening to the the mouth breeders on the text machine Twitter and on read it about how we're selling out. So you know, what I've been the bad guy long enough to them on the mouth breeders are supposed to breathe in your nose out your mouth. Yeah. No, no, no, that's running. That's when you're exercising. No wonder using all the time to do that normally. Really? So you you keep your mouth shut, and you only through you know. You need that Navarre's thing because you're a nasal air paths down really, really constricted. Did you clean out your ears, by the way? I didn't. I was going to do it on air. Oh, do our. I'll do it on the local hour. Tomorrow, really appointment listening right now. Right. Naming crass. Do we know what we're debating at eleven o'clock, ROY heavier, topics. Oh, you have topic. Yeah. Yeah. This is fantastic. This is what are you hoping for what do you hoping? I mean, I'm always open for some Kevin Durant. Maybe some Golden State Warriors. But listen, I I could debate anything I could give on their hockey. I can give you whatever you want. And by the way, if what was happening in the NBA what's happened in the NHL. Noah's talking about it. But if it happened the NBA, it's all we'd be talking about Dominic covered. It's crazy. We had to go to ROY at hockey in a minute. Yeah. Yeah. We have we have to we have to cover all sports coming up in the next segment though. A huge announced Gs in the next segment I will tell you exactly what the topics are for the first takeover. Wow. I know the topics they are do not know the topics you cannot read the computer, and if you can't get a screen protector here. I'm gonna tell them you have to be careful with that stuff. There wasn't compliance video on it sewing. Mark Hamill, really. How many topics do we have can you? At least. That's the exciting thing. Just one just one topic. This one however one I went on a collared shirt for ones, whoever there is a message that says L Y halftime, there's a second topic. Do. Okay. Just game. Or just looked at L E saw have the topics. You got the you're going to like they can half of the sentence. Tune in next segment when I reveal what the topics are lake Shelton over. I like how I take does that because they talked to you as you talk in the shop, you're not going to call the Lakers Lakers. You're gonna call them the lake show. Do they present the topics the topic bar on the show? Exactly how they present them like little witty pan in there and all in caps over the topics. I can't wait that we were supposed to have out. Yes. What happened to that? View. Started investigating. It was initially. There was initially an ask for an hour. Our our we had a chance at an hour. They initially ask for an hour. And that's since dwindled to fifty minutes. This is on the heels of us doing an entire show dedicated finding out who Ford it on. I take they do bring talking right now. What are you going to bring that up? Please don't you got to. I think we should when you find out what this topic is. I'm pretty sure you're just going to be all in on that. I mean, we have to bring up the fort though. Oh, no, no, no. I won't wait you should stifle a cough at some point. You should do you should cop and make a fort sound. Fort. No, I'm gonna I'm gonna look on the internet for fake for it. Sounds and then when you cough, we know that secure for us to play the fort show on the cheetah, Rama gills cheetah fart noises. Yeah. We have a goateed apart. I guess you guys aren't clear with this clear. The file I takeover isn't us taking over I state its first aid coming over. I'm anything off this board. I am respect my daughter. Do it's going to have to come all natural out. I got you covered. Just typed in McGill farts. We should have it shortly. Excellent. Listen. I don't care what Michael says. Okay, billy. You're my boss, Christopher, you're my boss. William william. Era. Look. What's ROY show for I was opposed to going to ROY Inaki, ROY furred? We're talking hugging. Now, you're gonna go to sportscenter now. Because I listen, I am dying in other topics that I take and Mike well-stocked staring at me. Let's go to break. ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance clock, integrity, Mike. Michael block integrity. Michael, Michael, Mr. riot. Just Mike ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. Progressive homecourt floor gives you multiple quote options. So you could pick once right for you. See for yourself today at progressive dot com. Here's your sports center update Stanley Cup playoffs. I ram Columbus. Sweat the lightning. The islanders really to God's here. Warmer weather is finally here. 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What were over the over? They calling that ROY. What what were they call it? Yeah. You're right. That's available. If you know that the Baltin the aisles, I mean, it's amazing. What is going on in hockey, even happened in any other sport? It's all we'd be talking that funding. Yes. I mean, it's not just listen eight to beaten a one before in the NHL playoffs. This is the best team in the history of the sport getting swept by the worst team who made the playoffs in their conference funny. Right swept it'd be the clippers sweeping. Don't worry wouldn't be the clippers sweeping the warriors. It would be the magic or one of those teams at the bottom of the the pistons. It'd be the pistons and we've been the warriors. It's insane. It's insane. And then what the islanders did. No one surprised that the islanders one. But the penguins have won two out of the three two out of the. The last three Stanley Cups and the under swept them like have to sweeps in those series is incredible. But we're not gonna talk about probably not because he has been no longer has hockey. And when you disappear from our sports landscape, we banish that's actually not true on ESPN. Plus you can get a game a night. There's actually in the crease a great studio show all this is available for just four ninety nine a month. Thank you, Michael Billy. I think you have a great idea. I want to figure out the most creative way on I take to get at some point that cheetah far to play after something. I think it's a wonderful idea. And it's really the only way that we can do our show within their show one or the topics that they have us talking about on. I take Mike the can you tell us. Yes. I we haven't made that announcement officially it was hoping tease it till the end of the segment, but I have your first take topics, and it's super exciting guys. Alright. Are you ready? Also, not doing that for thing during first thing, just so you know. Everybody and make sure that you can override Mike follow his not inclined the corporate ladder. You're not producing the segment. This is the first take production. They are taking over our show that thus nothing is coming through our board, especially afford noise. How about we just do the noise and then see if they react to it. And that at its Michael, that's if you want to get an Email from Mr. Williamson be my guest here your topics for I take norby how much power should LeBron have with the lake show. Oh. Dan topic really prepare repair, please the fart sound because all we're going to be doing is waiting to see where it is that we can hide the cheetah farts out. I also I don't know if this is helpful or not. But I also since we may have an issue with putting sound through the board because we're not controlling it. If you guys tell a funny joke, I found are laugh, but in so you can just kinda hit. It's the people. Don't you? Tell funny joke, and then it'll just laugh behind you. You want it? That's a terrible idea. Just for just spitballing in. Okay. You want to go to the third rail with with fort noises. Be my guests in suffer the consequences. You don't do farce on television. Okay. You don't. Okay. You've been heard on this Michael we have to work behind the scenes on how it is that we're going to do. But max just did. I know max de then denied it then passed blame there were headlines involved. There's an investigation into what happened with max go get that sound for me, please. So that people can know the context of this Billy get the sound for me of max Kellerman. And what happened and what he's being accused of the New York Post. This journalism nowadays, the New York Post is writing stories about our investigation into the max Kellerman fart that he denies a Billy played that sound over Michael's objections. Please Patrick Beverley that of guy and he's feisty. He as skater in it. No. But the difference is that dream on usually arguing and fighting with the rest of you. You know, what they say about he denied it, then Mike can you please help me understand can Michael can some please help me understand at your leisure. Please help me under guys honestly want to just revert back to jokes is that what you want out of life. So what you wanted to this show? You want to be given this opportunity on the biggest show in America. And you wanna play a Ron McGill show in America. The biggest show the biggest show. How do you make? I take the biggest show in America. In addition. I didn't make it the biggest show in America evening Smith of Mexico, America. Stephen. How have we not been able to get to the bottom of this? How have we not been able? Yeah. You got it. Yes. You got it Billy. Yes. How have we not been able to get to the bottom of this? Where max is denying it. And we don't have any other culprits. We don't have are we going? See here's all I care about is this. We'll give them whatever they should care about is whether or not LeBron has too much power in the Lakers organizations. Give them some of their LeBron what they want. And if there is time is Tyler is it Tyler bust for the lake show out Tyler were bust who can you guys help me? I I will ignore Michael on this. Can you guys help me not only sneak the cheetah fart onto I take? But also to at some point accused either max, Molly or Steve Steven on air. Don't you dare call him? Steve accuse them on in happy of being gase. Like making a conversational talking point. Not just not. I discreetly with the cheetah part. But then after that all of us addressing the smell in the room. What happened Billy feel like we're taking it too far. Now. Thank you, Steve. Now, you feel like we're Jason Jaffar. Well, no, we're talking. Steve, I assure you the audience doesn't think we're taking it too far. Hold that thought served that sell so Matt's can you find for me, the no the Michael Tomlin sound of him saying it was a hard fart game? Can you Michael Tomlin might I'm Lynn Michaels. Our boss finds everywhere. I did that on purpose jackass you help me in any point in the segment as you make your jokes in every spot. That's available as soon as we get rid of this whole, Michael character. I'll be glad to help. You can't character. We're doing this. Again, a tough Horford game donlevatar. This guy writes in due to my love and support for the show. I have decided to take on the heavy lifting and establish this petition to get stugotz on around the horn. Stugatz in order to sign please send an Email to guts, the horn at Gmail dot com. Don't have hold on it gets better, including your name address. Data birds social security number mother's maiden name, an image of your signature, Bank, routing and account number. Hashtag not a scam. That boy VC's live at our show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. Happy forty sixth birthday to meet head. Tony Boselli happy birthday to him. I don't care. Good luck to God's was saying during the break because there was something on his computer that Dwayne Wade will be one hundred pounds heavier by his hall of fame ceremony. I'll put it on the poll at lebatardshow, we'll Dwayne Wade one hundred pounds heavier by his hall of fame ceremony. I said by the by the time the heat retires jersey, which I assume it's going to be next season. There is a there is a video of weight enjoying retirement as he should just chugging. It looks like rump straight out of a bottle while playing golf the whole bottle the Brown stuff. Would appear to be wind. What's on? I don't know. If that's why Michael how does not know the difference between Roman wine. I think it could either be run or maybe Tito's. I don't think that's wine. He does so Tito's clot could gluten free vodka twenty different liquors. There got him chugging, clear rum. It there is such a thing. I know, but who who says definitively jobs any who trucks wine who chugs vodka? Dwayne Wade does because he's retired playing golf. I'm just saying you have to be a little bit more careful. Okay. Appears in we do white powdery substance for months because we can't say cocaine, and I mean, you have to this show didn't, but they're supposed to be saying white powdery substance when you can't independently verify what the substance is many people listening. Okay. And I know that you think everything we do around here is a bit. But one right now is in the middle of our studio because we're all having an argument here about when we appear on I take it. Lest you think that this Michael character is strictly he'll he says, we simply can't do a fart noises on I take and I'm telling him, I'm threatening him. I'm. Saying if you don't do the chain of then I'm just going to ask a Bali was it you like I'm going to do it. I'm going to foul up befell the segment I'm gonna foul it up by just mentioning it. I'm telling you and everyone at the company that before we go on in half an hour. Look, you're raising so many hackles. And if you wanna be a hackle razor on ahead. I'm not going to be getting the Email from my superiors saying did you play a fort on? I take because that's third rail. That's beneath I take that's beneath era. Listen to this Michael's. I don't want this to happen again. Please get the sound of that local broadcast in Cleveland that treated very seriously. The last time I got suspended, which is we put up some billboards. The reason ones in that other room is because I want Billy to have the power to make a fart noise on. I take one agrees that it's okay that we should do that. The only one here does to look at them your. Look at your ally. Games. Until you was off the record. I v agrees with you like many of us, but publicly absolutely cowards nothing but cowards around here. Agree. You agree that it's a bad idea to play hard over. I he doesn't agree. It's terrible idea. Boy, I want to know what the hold on hold on hold on. Because people think we're fooling around with this. Look when one is in the room. We all know that there's some sort of technical problem here. One is in the room because I have asked him to go see if Billy can have the power to play a cheetah for now Chris ever the rising executive offer. Dan, all worst case scenario. I'll just make the sound for you. What a good sold on your. I'm here who are a good soldier has been having the power to play. The cheetah part has so far this show. However, the button is within my reach and as long as I live in breed. This is not happening. I understand that. But people think were fooling around honest to God gathering break is a fight every break, and we're fighting with Mike because he says, I'm Michael, Michael. Honestly, guys, look me in you cannot play a fart noise on television. Listen, I don't think this is something that you don't do on television. We got in trouble back in the you don't remember when we used to play Ford noises on the radio and got in trouble with it you act like this is not hold on a second. Hold on. Is it true? That none of you have ever heard a fart noise on television. That can't be true. I heard. In the other day. You could I mean, I think not here in Portland, which is on ESPN network news. You're not hearing that. Yes, you could hear it on sophomore sitcoms. I have the solution to this problem. This isn't an actual fort. It's Ron McGill making the noise of a cheetah fart, but it's not a fart. So we can't get in trouble. Not an actual fort. Everyone's happy around. We were going on. I take in twenty two minutes. And I don't know how to do our show on I take. So as an Omar to it. Yes, LeBron has too much power with the lake show. No LeBron doesn't have enough power with the lake show. I think blanks should be the general manager of the lake show. You disagree with sue Gaza's take on who he thinks should be the general manager of the lake show and the stretch that out for fifteen. I mean, I want to figure out how to do this. Then we go max do that for twenty five minute. How no once again, of course, you can't you can't be settled just in case. Hot kettle. Can you? Please get that sound for me because I don't want anyone at this company to say, they weren't warned. I'm saying right now that they've been warned because the last time I got suspended. I got suspended for putting up billboards thanking LeBron in Cleveland, there was a very serious local television report, Cleveland, you thought you thought you think LeBron is that what you think this caused was. Yes, it was something like that. So it said, you're welcome. Oh tag. It was the opposite of whatever it was. Whatever was my memories. Fuzzy on the details. Are we talked about it for ten days? And then when they suspended me they said, nobody told us I'm telling you right now that I'm going to figure out a way to do that on. I take I'm telling you that I'm going to figure out a way to do it either help me or it's going to be worse. Like it's going to escalate if you don't help me do it. Are you talking about the sound clip? That's courtesy of W E W S in Akron channel, five not one not two. Three four not five but six that's right. Six of these. You're welcome Bron love Miami. Billboards spread across Akron, the costs about a hundred grand, and they will put up by ESPN TV and radio host, Dan laboratory who lives in Miami. Well, the four letter network suspended him for two days because they say they had no idea what he was up to laboratories sent a text to a reporter in response, which reads, I guess ESPN did find at all quite as funny as I did. Nope. And neither did people from Akron like LeBron James Graham fan club. I did not like the the billboard now. Town don't mess with our tile. A Miami Herald reporter spoke Libertad and says we may be out of bounds on the signs message. Dan, did you know to him? It was all good natured on billboards messages. People in Akron, think ESPN did the right thing by having laboratory sit on the bench. Well, I think he did underhanded then you know, if they didn't know about it. They did the right thing by suspending him. They didn't know about it. Been listening to our show for ten days. And I'm telling you right now if I can triple over this keep the sound somewhere because if I can trouble over this. I've warned everyone at the company through all the loudspeakers in Bristol that I'm doing this at eleven o'clock if they're not letting us do our show on I take time to justify our original salaries. It's a good mountain to die. Is it is it really zookeepers cheetah? Is it the good news? Is that Greg sowed can be reused exactly as is. And then it ingests thought it was a good Joe. That sounds like an SNL spook of something that sounds like one of those thirty thirty. We do it's they went to Cody to report on my feelings. He'd probably went to them and fairness, no doubt donlevatar. What would you say Stu gods? I feel like you misrepresent me all the time. You've been doing this show with me for a long time. What is my viewpoint about coaches because I feel like even they don't matter at all. Misrepresentation still guts, I don't even know why bothered asking you what these these live at our show with this to God's on ESPN radio. We are going to be on. I take in about ten minutes and forgiveness to the people who like this radio show for how it gets hijacked over the next fifteen minutes or those fifteen minutes because we're going to be doing their show. They're not going to be doing our show. So if you like the radio show, you're going to get co opted here in a second. But do God's was talking before about hockey's playoffs and the absurdity the sheer absurdity that one of the best regular season teams. We've ever seen was just swept by a team that wasn't very good all season. And I'm wondering. You saw what's happened here in these playoffs series? There aren't going to be actual upsets. It's just a couple of teams won the first game. And now the Sixers and everybody else will get to winning six. However, it is they could get to winning instead. And what what I'm curious about. Because I do believe that some people believe for the first time that the Golden State Warriors are now actually vulnerable, and that this is somehow the weakest team that they've taken into the playoffs in four years and the the loss the other night. That was surprising was a thirty one point lead at home. But this is what I wanted to ask you. So we're surprised that the magic was playing well down the end of the season. And they go into Philadelphian b doesn't look right. And they beat Philadelphia rook l'an Philadelphia. Excuse me. I'm sorry. My bad my bad the other series my bed because it's both series. It's dramatic and rapid. It's true. It's true both series both. It's true of the raptors. And the magic they go in they win the first game. And then what ends up happening is the other team that is the better team by every definition. Everything is more aggressive much of it at the rim where you get Simmons. And Embiid score more points at the rim, then than all the nets did right during the third quarter. Like, they by themselves scored more points than all the nets did anywhere from the floor because they were going and you saw what happened with Toronto last night. Right. That's not surprising surprising. Even though you don't trust. Toronto surprising would have been Toronto falling down to write them winning by a million points after losing game one. Throughout the history of the sport, the better team at home almost always wins that gain. Yes, philadelphia. Did exactly what I expected them to do the raptors did exactly what I expected them to do. Yes. But what I'm saying is how basketball so much more popular than hockey when it's so much more predictable than hockey. It's gonna be some version of one two three five or one two three four. He's up getting to the end the off the court stuff is really helped the NBA. But I think people like to know in the NBA does the best job of this. I think many sports fans liked the fact that the best team usually wins in the NBA that you're you're crowning a true champion. You can't say that about the other. Okay. You're you're you're crowning true champion, but your doing so in usually the most predictable fashion possible. Where'd you the one complaining about the final four, and how you didn't know any of these teams or any of these players and all that I'm not complaining about this. I'm just asking why it is that hockey is so much less popular than basketball when the playoffs are so much better than any playoffs. You will find anywhere across sports. I mean so much of the country. You can't just go out and play hockey, his less hockey fans people care less about hockey. But isn't the upset the thing in sports the thing in sports that people? Like the best is that eight can be to one accept it. Can't really happen in basketball. Right. I don't think people would like it in basketball. You want to see the warriors go all the way through at least get they're going to lose to someone lose to James harden is to the rockets simple seem to like it when I great mad. Steam loss of the the warriors. That was a great refreshing thing for the game basketball. But at the same time that warriors team had personalities that people knew and recognize and I think that's what's to Gaza's hitting on. It's not that we want an eight to be two one whatever it's just we wanna see players that. We recognize teams that we recognize is there any precedent anywhere across sports for what just happened to the Tampa Bay Lightning. He had in the NHL plenty of time. Mike sweet the modest this. We there is ninety bucks. The Mighty Ducks swept the great Detroit Red Wings team. And they did. So as an even bigger underdog in terms of betting price, plus five twenty five where else are those things that you can find them across sports outside of hockey. Where can I know I'm not talking about Jaylen you'll have a crazy knockout you'll have the bus Douglas yet a sixteen over a one last year in the NCAA tournament. First time that's ever happened to do it in imagine a sixteen beating a one four times in seven games and Canadians beat the capitals weeping that was another big upset. It happens a lot in hockey. I want you I want you all to imagine. 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This program is paid for by the JV sports LLC and its partners. Listening to the JV sports show talking in C.. A Jew Coat community. College and High School Sports, and now here's your host change booby and Vince Dooley. Oh. Good Morning Phoenix Arizona. Welcome to another edition of JV sports show James. Booby alongside might broadcast partner. Bents Good Morning Sir. Good Morning James how are you Sir Hey I'm doing okay. Full disclosure this morning first think Vince. If you hear anything in the background that sounds something like maybe guerilla warfare. It's it's hanging scraping. Probably having a or something in the background. So maybe not. Yes. No heat heat. So okay. Kyoko up today my friend. Yeah you know we got some good stuff coming and and as you know and as our audience knows in case, you don't say it any way up we've been doing our Thursday night high school football game of the week gotten rate great reviews a lot of eyeballs on it. A lot of us It's been a lot of fun and it's allowed us to showcase. You know a lot of young people and that's why we got into this thing is, is we wanted to create another avenue of for for young people to showcase their talents in and to get to know them and. indefinitely, we are going to disappoint this morning We've got one on the line now right? James we do indeed. A game the other night out Alien Queen Creek against the Benjamin Franklin charges and we are pleased to be joined now by this company MVP the fan voted MVP Logan Hubner. I'm good. How are you guys? Hey, we're doing great. We're pleased to have your with us this morning. Eight Logan so give us some final stats I'm curious how do the other night you're swinging the ball over the field? So Pretty sure. Ended around three hundred and fifty yards with three passing TV into TV's. Well oppressive all night long and you were planning to place all over the field. You can smell the football very accurate. You have great poison the pocket, but you could also scramble and get out of there when things kind of breakdown upfront talk a little bit about that moment in time where where the plays breakdown or maybe the protectionist break down in front of you and you that clock maybe goes off in your head is a quarterback and you say it's time to get out of here I got scape pocket. Yeah. So definitely like when you feel pressure, you gotTa know your heart out but when you look hot. And you make your reads if it's not their next thing you have to do is just scrambling get off the way. We were extremely impressed played in the night Logan and talk about. Joe. The other guys that helped your football team go obviously you're offensive line extremely important to you but you guys played a great brandon defense over there at Lakewood is well. Yeah. Our. Amazing. Coach for and he's doing a great job with them online I've. Often and defensively our backers. Are DB's everybody on the team phenomenal game tonight. Low and I was really excited when I came by the school last week and got a chance to actually get to know you a little bit better at you know I was teasing you obviously because you're wearing a Patriots Jersey that's your school mascot ask you who your role model is and you didn't say Tom Brady. Enough. Who is it besides me? Who is it? Man You're. Dumping. Away. Yeah. Well we'll get more. Manning's right over my shoulder here. Obviously, on Denver problems he came to to the broncos. When some some players, you know some people across the League Logan Thought Hey this guy's washed up, but he still had the mechanics and he always served. Yeah able to get back to the highest level again win super bowl fifty right vets. Yeah. Okay. So we gotta talk about another NFL quarterback. So I got a chance also to meet your quarterback coach offensive coordinator named Max Hall what what what's it like working with? Coach Hall. Is Amazing one literally, the greatest coach ever APP it helps you're. Sitting right next to you or what? No I'm currently a how. She helps you what the game helps to live like don't prepare you ready and the things he does is just insane. How much do you try to convey to maybe quarterbacks that are playing behind you Logan and trying to come up and get to that starting role? Eventually, how do you convey to them? The importance of knowing we got a really good quarterbacks coach here on our team. We soak calm everything. We possibly can from this guy because he's done at the highest level and done well at the highest level. Yeah it's definitely big and actually like they already know that because they can tell how great a coach. So we all just tried to learn it possible bidding and do what you're supposed to take it from. You know exactly what he's talking about. Okay, so Logan, let's let's take it off the football field. So your a junior now correct. Yes sir. All right. So you're a junior and what do you like to do off the field? What are your hobbies? What what, what is it? That makes Logan Huber. Tick off the field away from football. Well most might time is spent during football school, but other than that I just like hanging out with the football guys. Go to the House along with the. With them. Until. It's a little bit about Logan like a in particular maybe the other night after the win big win at home the other night for your ball club How did you guys celebrate? Obviously, you're not able to get together like you normally would maybe in years past with the Kobe nineteen going on how did you guys celebrate tonight? What are you able to do post game nowadays, and how's it different? And how do we get invited to your postgame celebration because nobody invites us anywhere. Most of our after game things as we go to in and out. Things like that Donald Team thing there's multiple teams I go there every night. So everybody goes in and out and hang out, and then from there user just go hang out and do something or you go home and rest up. Logan Logan, Hubner, heck of a game, the other night, all of your offense, all your defense played really well, Michael Farren. The defensive tackle had a chance to visit with him. Great. Great. Kid was teasing your kicker a little bit. McCain. Chatwin and. Had Fun. With him, he's he's real serious guy managed to crack a smile during the post game interview but had a lot of fun with you guys and really appreciate the opportunity coach Edwards put a great program together with you guys gave you the opportunity to showcase. What you're all about and showcase your school as well. American. Leadership Academy. Queen. Creek and good luck man foreign one and marching onto the state playoffs you know in a few weeks. There thank you, guys. Hey. Logan One more question for you my man. Four let you go. How much do you guys talk about the fact or? Never brought up at all at in your team. How much are you talking about the fact that you guys have moved up from one division to another division an entire step up and you guys have an almost missed a beat at all. In fact, you look even better than you did last time I saw you play. It's not too big of a conversation. No know it happened, and so it's mainly just gotta prove or so for the talk show is just like we're coming up, that'd be buddy wants to get a piece of bus. We gotta go shown what's up? Logan Huber desimone the company game MVP victorious the other night on Thursday night football. Guess the Benjamin Franklin chargers thank you so much logan for joining us. Happy, Halloween enjoy the rest of your weekend and we appreciate your time this morning. Thank you, guys. That guy's a baller. Vince. Yes is definitely and he's a nice guy to you know I mean. They all are all the kids that we featured all the young people that we've had on the show. This season have great. But know you talk to a guy like Logan and it really restore your your? Your hope in in athletics and the Avenue you know the opportunities that creates for young people because he's just one of those good guys. So you know good luck to him and and continued success and and what a guy to have is a leader of your team. Yeah folks were really established as has established already I think that's obviously a couple state championships since his reign has begun out there at Alien Queen Creek and he's really got those kids obviously by you see how are they play for coach Edwards and it's been that way ever since I've been around that football program so gradually so get to those guys on the the other night it was a great a great time having you guys on Arthur's ineffable game of the week and we got a big wrestling show coming up so do we got Coming up in the next segment well, coming up, we're going to circle back with our JV highschool spotlight segment. We're going to bring in the the the coach that that was on the winning side of Thursday night's game coach Rich Edwards from American Leadership Academy Queen Creek. Then right. After that, we're gonNA talk to coach. Dave Jeffries of the his opponent coach Edwards opponent from the other night from Benjamin Franklin. High school the chargers and and we'll get his kind of his insights. You know they hung in there. They battled all game long with. Wing Tea and and you know had a couple of guys that that really tried to put the game on on their shoulders in you know and keep themselves in it and they battled hard. So I'm looking forward to talking to coach Jeffries as well. Yeah, I am too vets because they did have that little surge there towards the end of the first half I want to say that often sublime is really firing off the football and ever get to push. They were the football there for few minutes on that one drives they started really turned into tight there for a minute. Well, they did, and then late in the game, they just they hung around, they stayed there and it's not you know you reach a certain point in a game where you score a certain number of points and build a comfortable Lee and you. Think, you could swap out your starters, but but coach Edwards wouldn't do that because the chargers just kept hanging around and it was it was that type of game where you didn't feel safe. Even when there was, you know a couple of minutes left in the game you still didn't quite feel like you securely had it and and sure enough you know when the when that Buzzer went I mean both teams left it all on the field. So looking forward to talking to those two guys after that James who do we have at nine thirty? Well looking forward to the bottom half of the hours. Well, we're GONNA talk with the head coach, Mike Nesbitt of the Oh, you easy spirit always great to catch up with him and we're just going to check in with them and see what they're doing. Obviously, they're getting prepared for their spring season. We were able to announce about what a week or two ago. Maybe James You know coach coach Nesbitt and I as well as we're all good friends on on social media and do you think he's actually doing anything right now I think he's out at the golf course like almost every day right now. Right now or Just. Like just in general now because they're not playing I, gotTa give him a hard time about that you. From time to time but I. Have the team out there working because I've been seeing stuff them you know get back in the groove and some of the getting acclimated to the system and all that so. Up with coach Nesbitt at nine thirty, and then in our final segment this morning to talk with Santander for volleyball or excuse me Santan chartered volleyball coach Mickey reveling at check in with the roadrunners volleyball program. Yes. The road runner moment and then Kelsey. 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Just want to wish the JV sport show on am ten sixty congratulations on one year of being on the air. Thank you for all you guys do for all of our programs and athletes. Check out. Ten Sixty one hundred point seven selects hd two at HD radio on one hundred point seven channel number two. WHOA. JV sport show high screens spotlight. Maybe. Back to the JV sports show. An exciting game the other night out in Quick Creek requests, and we are now joined by the head coach of the Alien Queen Creek Patriots, Mister Rich Edwards coach Edwards have already this morning Sir Kay. Great guys how are you? It going. It's going well you walk. After that battle on Thursday night? Absolutely, I'm glad that's over that. We Ben Franklin historically for us has always been stressful week and it was nice to have a night off last night and relaxing spend a little time with my wife on a Friday and and not have to worry about that's. And that's that's the whole idea. With this show coach, we bring people together. So your wife. We're we're expecting some kind of gift in the mail of thanks. For giving you the night off allowing you that that you know to have that night off so that you can rekindle relationships and that's what we're about I'm gonNA, send you the bill for dinner. That's what. Always that right. A rare Friday sure during the fall. Of Your football team, the other night and. You guys are playing sound football. You got guys like Logan Hubner at the help at the controls for your football team and he's very mature has great poisoner pocket and he's got a number of weapons around him and your defense is outstanding coach talk a little bit about your team's performance. Yeah. Who Logan is doing a great job the scary thing about Logan I guess for some and the great thing for us is he's just he's just beginning. He's got such a high ceiling and as he gets more experience under his belt, this is He's going to have some great upside and some great games in the future for us and really looking forward to his leadership coach Renske Defense Thursday night I that I can remember played as well as we played against. Ben Franklin, they've they've caused a lot of fits in the past and And coach French Ski put together a game plan where where I think on on defense we played about as good a game as we had against them in a long time. So really proud of our guys well, and the the chargers they run a wing tea and if you're not a very good ron stop or you're going to have fits all but you guys were all over the ball and and you know there was a certain point in the game where they just kept coming back and that's what was scary. Never count them out coach Jeffries there. He you know he's battling some injuries right now he's battling some covert issues I think and missing a few kids but they never stopped they. You know I took note of that watching it Thursday night that he's guys never quit. They never get their head down, they spring up from the Huddleston line and they're ready to go every play and and you have to match that intensity and effort or or they're going to break on you and I thought we did a good job of matching that night. As, don't you rolling right now obviously, you're foreign one overall took care of business against the Benjamin Franklin churches. Now, you gotta go on the road to Seton Catholic. It's battles guys over in Chandler, and then you finish the season on the road at Northwest Chris. Davis's Crusaders. Talk about the remainder your schedule, and then what you guys looking at as far as playoff. Fell seating. You know their their record is is down a little bit this year but coach Walheim has had success at Seton in the past went on and had success highland. Now he's back at and so we. We expect him to bring back sort of the glory. So to speak at Seton, so we don't believe we can count them out. We've got to work hard and and really get better every week because like you said the week after that coach is, is there you've got a ton of seniors. We saw them in the semi finals last year I gotta believe they want a piece of us for that They're playing great football right now they're certainly going to be a contender. So we've we've really got to concentrate on getting better and improving over the next two weeks as as we head into the playoffs and and you know try to make a run there I think we're doing. Well, we're. We're improving each week, which is what you want to see as a coach, and if we can continue that over the next couple of weeks I think will be in pretty good shape. Coach Edwards. Thank you so much for joining us. We're excited for what the future holds as well as the present you guys are doing a heck of a job. You've got a great group of kids got great coaches. All were very giving with their time even. Give Max hall a hard, Time. You don't even look like you could play in the NFL anymore and he just kinda looked at me crazy like he wanted to take me down pretty quick right down there and and but you got a great staff a great program. You built some something really special out there at in Queen Creek. So congratulations for that. Thank you thank you. I'm very blessed to have the people around me that I that I have as it might sound cliche. But this is really true. In our case, it wouldn't be possible without them and coach Renske Coach Hall staff that we've had we've been consistent urine out and and I don't know what I'd do without him. Coach Richard Words American Leadership Academy. Queen Creek the defending three as state champions now in for A. Foreign one in marching toward the playoffs. So thanks again, coach, we'll talk to you soon. All right in joining us on the Line James is The the opponent the other team in Thursday night football game of the week. It was Benjamin Franklin chargers head football coach Jeffries good morning coach Jeffries Good Morning. How are you sir? Just licking my wounds a little bit trying to. Trying to make sense of it all trying to try to get over the on Thursday night so We'll take. Your team Oh. That's okay. We give credit to your team coast. US guys never stopped battling in that football game and you had a bit of a resurgence there towards the end of the first half talk about maybe what was said in the huddle or or maybe someone lit a fire underneath someone we were talking about during the broadcast because you guys started firing off the football and you were running at will there for a a series or a little bit more. Yeah, well Getting a kick return was a big was a big boost morale booster there and we. We have kids that just don't ever quit and I shouldn't ask for anything more than that I felt like You know obviously, the bells didn't bounce our way several times but more than that. We just. We just have kids that regardless of the situation are going to give everything they've got That's how it's been at the school since I got there since I got your, you know there's by sixty year here and I couldn't ask for a better group of kids they just are willing to do whatever it takes. To compete and fight and quad scratch and do what they can to be in the game. Well, coach. One thing we noticed about your squad is that your numbers were were a little lower, but you are maximizing every possible thing you're getting from every kid and one of those kids that literally put the team on his back during that game that that was a you know a shining star was Jason Blair, my Gosh coach that kid he's a quarterback he's running back. Kick returner is a defensive act. He key punts what doesn't he do? Yeah he he does everything. So he'll do whatever's asked of him He's he's been our quarterback this year two years ago as a sophomore. is it still undersized, but as a very undersized sophomore, he had to step in and play quarterback for about. I think about five games he was probably a year away from really being that but he did it because our our injured guy in front of him, we didn't need to use them last year quarterback start all use a free safety last year this year he's been our quarterback, but we had some things Kinda. we had some injuries here and there we've also got some. we've got a couple of things going on with with health situations which made it so that we couldn't have some of our. Some guys with US Friday night. So we We had to have moved to running back. It was decision we made and that went okay forbid but then Another injury that had. Expect course back wound. Yeah. He he finds the he returned the ball He's he's one of our best athletes and and more than that. He's just a great person and you know when when we moved into running back I can see a lot of kids that are quarterbacks who kind of you know what do you? What do you mean? He didn't say a word he just touch whatever you do I'm I'm ready to do it. So well, he said he wants to be a chiropractor when he grows up. So I think found myself chiropractor I mean guys Mr dependable he did everything. So it was very exciting to watch him and and and. And this this rivalry if I can just kind of touch on this moment, you guys, you guys are literally a couple of miles apart you you live in each other's neighborhoods yet and off the field great friends and and it's just it's it's been on the field. It's it's all business off the field everybody is. You know it's it's a it's a big community and that's what impressed me. The most is the relationship you have with coach. Edwards he was talking about how some of your kids go to his house and sell those fundraising cards and he wanted me to make sure that I told you that so that. If ever, any of his kids come into your neighborhood and asks the saved you would make sure. Dug, in have twice as much retreat coach, right? Now. Coach you seem to be the type of coach that is of the mentality as most good coaches are that, hey, you know what to get our team better we need to play a team that's better than us. We need to have a challenge that that that will unfortunately expose a few weeks as but allow us to kind of reevaluate the situation and see what we need to work on to approval roles football team your last two games get to return home to your home field but you got the cast grain cougars come into town, and then you get Thompson and the mosquito wildcat. Prep for the fishing part of your season. Well I you know we've just. Whoever is to Whoever schedule The play we just gotTA, buckle up and Tired pennies. On Titan, you ready to go need to prepare. I need do a better job preparing our kids I think. These last two weeks we've been we've just been kinda hit with some real real tough opponents and it's not going to getting easier like you said, this week is castle Grande They just played last night and began I think. I think their only loss was close one to south point. So they're. They're just as good as good as anybody else in the state Yeah we love a challenge and we love to. Just find ways to you know Kinda like Jenga game where we have to pull a guy out here and put a guy in here we don't a lot of numbers we don't have we got a lot Lotta, Hart Bill. Well, coach you gotta you gotTa Solid Defensive Front and guys like Noah Badger detail. Brigham that big number sixty six was just a tree out there and And so you guys, you guys have a monumental task, these these next two weeks here with grant and their big Backfield, and then of course, James San Mosquito tied. Thompson. So thanks so much for the opportunity. We look forward to circling back with you frequently and go chargers. All right. Thank you. Thank you for your time coach. We appreciate it head coach. Dave jeffries of the Benjamin Franklin charters out there and we appreciate them as well doing what they needed to do to be part of our Thursday night football game with League obviously, a lot of things had to be rescheduled than and the stars to ally for that game become together. So we thank them and appreciate them apart being part of the festivities night. Stick around folks comedy hour is coming up. We're. Football coach Mike Nesbitt after the break should be worse by. UNFILTERED. To to a certain degree but anyway, thanks for joining US folks stick around through the break. We will be right back here on the JV sport show happy Halloween. Hd Radio is here for Katie US am 1060 check out your favorite shows and Games on one hundred point seven selects hd two. Kuni wishing having I down versus Jane Convince and bear baby the JD show what a lovely couple years too many more beautiful years together. 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The. This is where I start my day. Let's get funky all the Saturday morning ladies and gentlemen. JV. Sport show begins now here, all your co host, James Movies and bit still Seo. Back to the JD sports, show James Scooby Goldsmiths Co.. That's another exciting Saturday. Morning we're waiting to be run by head coach Mike Nesbitt from the as e spirit football team. Those guys are ready to buckle up the chinstraps and get ready for James Season. That's I'm telling you. He's. He's he's still in bed I guarantee you. He is using this opportunity to not have a season right now to kind of roll out of bed a little bit later. So I'm thinking no college life you think. Sleep till new and I'M GONNA STAB HIM CRAMP FOR MY Like two am and the all over again tomorrow Oh boy any all right coach Nesbitt call in for God's Sakes where are you So James Yeah. So it's it's been an interesting season. It's been a bit unpredictable obviously with with teams found out yesterday that that Perry High School. had. Did you hear this James Thirty six? Thirty six, I heard thirty six, but thirty, six quarantines thirty six people people quarantined and. So. Yeah. Out in in Chandler Perry out there. So my gosh. I mean it. It's crazy, and then we also get the news that potentially the tallest school district has had to put their their season on all their sports, all sports on hold. Yeah. Not just wall but volleyball to. Everything. So interesting sad right now, and that's why we are constantly encourage everyone to do what you can I mean. We can't do much against this, but we can wear masks right vents. We can do simple things. Yes Sir Hans and be smart about things and try to be respectful of people's personal space and just just a little bit full thinks and. I just hate to see these kids lose their season and I had an incident yesterday I I was there and I saw a kid when he he thought that the game was canceled and you got the news and I saw the dejection on his face and I just felt so bad for you. Know all that work in the practicing and the wondering before we started football or we're going to have. What was happening this? It is no it's not in the back and forth exhausting it was and we were trying to put our Thursday night schedule together and and these kids are out there practicing every single minute they could and doing push ups in the bedroom and all kinds of stuff and I just I feel so bad for the guys that are losing their season so I feel for you guys. But we've got to keep Rollo. Luckily, we do have some games still happening events and some exciting football last night as well. Some games around the Valley Chandler Centennial squared off a number of games out of capable verdy you're out there Campbell high school last night. Yeah that's right. Yeah. CA had a chance to call. Out there as you know and they had a a replacement game, they were scheduled to host Millennium last night and Millennium had to drop for a couple weeks and so. The they scrambled and Tucson south point made the drive up and what did they do? They won the game I mean it was it was. Rest Sake. But it was. You know it was competitive. There were some some some errors that that south point capitalized on being the great team that they are and managed to pull away with win. It was twenty one fourteen on the final game and then Campo. Is Hosting Scottsdale or next week so that should be that should be interesting should be a lot of fun and and I'd say coach Ryan Freeman has has. has his work cut out for him this coming week preparing his team for for that game. But how did things go out at Red Mountain for you? We'll rebound did pretty good. Last night they squared off against the skyline coyotes. That's A. Benefit bill rivalry out there over the past couple years in the East valley and read came out on top last night it was breast cancer awareness I it was really nice and shout out to them as well. I. Put my mom in the running to honor her breast cancer survivor and so they read her name out during the ceremony that was very nice but the football team played really well and they got the offense clicking Evansville both the poop ball really well down the field that number great plays Ozzy George Ramirez all football fields as usual. and. So they came out on top forty, six ten and it was a running clock vest for the entire second half. So that's one thing we were talking about Thursday night about the running clock rule and it's it started even in the first half I believe. Wow. Yeah. That's Any continues even if. The new rule is if the if the team closes the gap after that that forty, two, point, forty, two, forty, three, point lead if the opposing team manages to close the gap and bring it a little closer, the clock continues to run. So it makes it a bit of a challenge to to try and get back in a game when you're in that situation. But then again, if if a team has a forty three point lead on you then you know maybe you shouldn't get a Jessica back. Yeah, but you know what it is Kinda sad about that rule is it unfortunately eliminates a lot of playing time for some of those younger kids and they can't on some of those blowouts for lack of a better term to be able to get the ball game. And they got in the ball game last night but I'll be honest with you. It was like three plays. And the quarter was over because think about it run clock twelve minutes that's pretty quick and it is you think about the time between plays and I just felt bad for those kids that were getting robbed at some of those live arseny reps they need to really hone in their game well that and dip to be able to hear their name called. experiential and the whole experience is really critical and key, and that's what. I mean, I don't WanNa, get into talking about participation trophies in all that because it's ultimately about winning and losing. But but at the same time, you know if you're out there putting in the time, it's great. If you get rewarded, you know if your team is up by thirty or forty points and be one of those guys that they decide I mean that was me as a freshman in high school is the same as well as the Sophomore And and you know it's it's game experience you're plane behind guys that are that are really good and you need to develop and being able to get that game experience. You know what's interesting today James being the fact that it's Halloween is there are some games not tonight but this afternoon that a reschedule games one in particular outlet for Auto is and I say this because my kids are in district here is a capable Rica cactus shadows. Yes there's a couple of games today. There's actually it looks like a nine am game betty. Fairfax Trevor Brown is that right? Mike Watch nine am wow that's like. Learn days getting up at six and go out and Much, of teams play still feel that cold do in late in the fall. But Yeah I a nine o'clock kick-off That's interesting I didn't see that. Can't drop the tape on the field that earlier it gets all wet. Then you can't get it done when you need to take everything out for the game, and then there's a couple of games as well. Today one o'clock up in Coconino high school it's cactus traveling up to flagstaff the battle. The Eagles two o'clock. This afternoon coincide tool thunderbird chiefs, battling combs coyotes nice to see combs finally get the places football. Yes. Yes, and then. Eight minutes CICERO PREP AGAINST TEMPE PREP OUT CHALLENGE PREP Academy. Lots of football about it. There is a lot of football. Yes, and in good for you for administrators and coaches for thinking outside the box and getting these games scheduled in play you know one other thing was last night out at Campbell Verde. You know they they worked so hard the support staff the faculty to to honor the kids that they said you know what? We don't know if there's going to be a game next week, it's on the schedule. We'll see what happens. But because of things beyond our control, but let's do homecoming tonight and senior night they did. I talk about You know. I. Give them a hard time, but my old friend. Former head football coach out at Camp Verde Mac Ragsdale. Now, the ad he said Vince you you can't show up at six fifty five. Get settled. Five minutes eight because the the time clock starts they pay me starting at seven. So I'm not going to give them any more than I need to, but he said Vince you gotTa do a favourite show up an hour early. So you get organized and get the scripts revenue by did that and you know and you know how that goes. I've known Max off Okay Oh it went off. One of those events. The PA announcer is flawless out there Campbell. That guy is awesome. So How Guy. Helps. Cups yes. A couple of hiccups along the way, but it was fun. It went a long great kids take it all in stride the Campbell crazy student section, the parents. The grandparents I love it when when some of these grandparents wear their their grandkids names on the back of their shirts because then I'll start calling him out in the audience in picking on him a little bit but. You know saying stuff like, Hey, you know start to make some noise Kinda like when you say I, fall into Nike get up to that instead so. Any. Out there now? Yeah. So give some. Yes. Some more high school coming up and we're going to switch gears a little bit documents volleyballer next visit with the coach reveling. Nikki. reveling from the Santana Charter roadrunners their bills. Authors Charter Pets. Yeah. So Santan Charter, they have this this event that they do every year you know they start off teams will wear paint during the month of October two to honor breast cancer survivors and what you talked about happened with red mountain last night where they read off names of survivors well Santana. Our friends out there they go a little bit above and beyond, and they actually do this this program where they sponsor families in in helping to cover their medical bills and it's it's such a great thing. It really is it really especially, it's a nice thing and we're going to hear more from from the REV herself head volleyball coach Nikki Reverend during our road runner moment segment right after the break. When we come back in the closing minutes, we're going to talk check in with Kelsey, Hughes with at and T. in the veterans. Day Five K. that's coming up next Saturday in downtown carefree my hometown, and we'll be broadcast doing remote out there. So folks stick around through the break. We'll be right back more good stuff coming on the show I gotta run and get some running shoes vest for next Saturday and get ready for that. Fantastic Kiffin Shuki toodle for morning outside and we'll find out more at here in the last segment with Kelsey choose. So state you here on the JV sports. 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Out at Santan Charter Air, do you have that that little sound clip floated up? I love that sound Oh. Okay. Well, roadrunner moment. All right. We gotta run with that So. Yes okay. So okay. James I hear some some no are the kids the kids do back there. They have some fun over there. Oh. Getting, delivered some legos right now Vince I'm sorry here we are pleased to be joined by the head coach for the Santana Road Fawley Ball, program Miss Nikki reveling coach, reveling how this. Sound good. How are you boy? Thanks for joining us. Yeah coach. Rev. welcome to live. Radio. Where everything is unpredictable but anyway, so I want to get right in dig right into to this. This thing that you guys do every year it started off you know, hey, let's wear pink to honor breast cancer survivors. You guys went one step further with dig pink. Tell us about dig pink. Dig Pink has turned into such a humbling experience You know finding women who are fighting breast cancer and being able to help pay their medical bills had just turned into such a good feeling. Can you tell us a little bit about how the program started coats. That's that's really a great thing that you guys have gone author. You talk about giving back that giving back in in the biggest sense talking about how the idea came about and really what happened there. I have really really sweet team. Her name was Cheryl Hollis and she her eyes wide open when she came into us and let us know you bet you can kind of. You want I mean you're running a varsity program you can get creative. What do you like? What don't you like I said well, I love the color pink I was like interesting. We can do pink she said, well, breast cancer awareness month is in October and I was like, oh, sweet and boom we decided to do a dig pink. I mean we have heard of it before other people have started this it's not like we created it we kind of recreated it and now it's just something that our entire school can get on board with and it seems to make everybody aware. So it's pretty amazing that oh Well and there's a lot of of organizations nonprofits out there that you know we give money to American Cancer Society and and and and others, and and Hugh is our boots on the ground. I mean you you go right to you find one or two families that are currently undergoing. This you know the stress of of dealing with cancer treatments in my own family as well and in. So we get it and and so so. How do you find the time and tell us a little bit about this and how do you find these families? I'd say it's worth every second time right giving back is always something anything you'll get about What we do is we send out to our local community in the Santan area right and we just say, Hey, like teachers, friends, families, we send it to all the families, all the students, all the staff and so far we've had a very big. Response every year we've had one family. Oh Hey my friend and it's just so sweet that they can find people that fast and people are so grateful for just even if it's a little bit paying for their medical bills and it's something that directly goes back to saving and helping them right as they're the ones struggling to raise money for yourself become. You know such A. Thing of the past if you will, and for us as a team and a family, it just always brings us together we get. So close we do. We paint we paint for days to decorate our Jim. We streamers we go in there every single day early and we re set it up if air conditioning knocked off all of our things off the walls, we just get right back in there. Make sure that we're functioning and looking. That's fantastic. You guys doing great things out there and it's important for you to set that example for your players about giving back and what it means to do that at be involved in and the community aspect of the school and at Athletic Program at a volleyball team. Specifically speaking of volleyball team, you guys are on a roll, your eleven and four overall third in the section. Tell us a little about your season. Obviously things different this year with volleyball's wealth corona virus, and limited time together as a team talk about your squad coach. You know it's so amazing. Every year we've been growing you know I started with twelve players that I'm up to over fifty but then just the four short seasons, but I've been there and It this year coming into it I had pulled up quite a bit of new juniors I lost sixteen year last year but then I have sixteen years this year. So I, still have that experience teen and look if you will and they've been with me for so long that they pretty much. Get and understand my system and I feel like that's what it's all about. It's all about creating a place for the kids that safe they know what they're doing. There's no question mark. You know the expectation is high and let's go get it and every year I get blessed with a group of girls who are buying into the team, the Sisterhood forgiveness. Because that's what sports is about in your friend suffer instead of being frustrated with them, you know or irritated volleyball the next next point next play right away. So these girls have really figured out how to just let go and move onto the next play and we're we're in a dog battle. Right? We went from CAA for division two then we went. To a division, one hour at AAA, and we're still talking I had no idea that was going to happen for us to be perfectly honest. I thought for sure we were going to suffer in struggle come to find out. We are the team to be we are one of the best and these girls get better and better each day going into. Practices, they put long hours in on their own due to coded. So you no longer are we going to be a weight room together training with weights also getting together for conditioning also doing our team play now these girls on their own for their conditioning on their own for their weights we come together as a team to focus on our group play. All. They're the wants to do that hard work, and that shows it shows on the court and it says a lot for kids are. Kushtia I've gotTA say in in getting back to pink I just have to know what type of an I could just imagine the the profound effect that that that this program has on your your girls and in what it does. I'm sorry I'm getting dealing with with things myself and in my own family but what type of effect is does this have on on on your team in in doing this every year? They looked for it. They cannot wait for dig pink they enjoy all of the celebrating not we do for each other and others You know that day that we stand in that Jim during basketball season as a team we stand there holding that check that what tells us all that work all the time, the energy and effort the daily posting you know selling shirts asking for donations, all the things work that they put into it to be able to stand there with that check handed to person watch them feel and appreciate. That's why we do it. It's the best feeling on the planet. Coach. We are nearing the end of the volleyball season here remarkably, and thankfully we've been able to get through the majority of it. At this point, you guys are facing Miami now, all the road is your next game your way at the Veritas trump falcons, and then you're away as well. Last three games the road finishing up at Sequoia Pathway Academy. What's your best to your team as you guys prepared to to continue the momentum that you built into the playoffs? My message to my team is to take care of yourself focus on you. Do all the right thing by drinking good water by eating healthy. Resting I. Think. And in preparing to forgive fast cause, every air is an opportunity for another point. Coach Nikki reveling. Thank so much coach and. Thank you for all. You do both on the court and off for for anybody that that has not a lift with cancer or a family member or a close friend close person in their life that hasn't. It's it's. It's indescribable and what you guys are doing an and the life lessons that you're teaching your team are invaluable aside from raising a few dollars and helping a family. You're you're importing a lot of things in in in helping your team. So thank you for that and thank you for being you and and everything you guys are doing his intent charter. So we appreciate that. From us to you, we send you all the air hugged began and it's GonNa be okay. Thank you for your time this morning coach reveling from. Charter roadrunners very, very special things going on out there at that school and it's much more than athletics events. As you mentioned, it's about people and that's really what it comes down to. It's about people and they're doing great things out there speaking of people we have another person that's going to join us now. She's doing okay she's not with us, unfortunately, there's GonNa be a great race out there next Saturday morning and carefree a five K. fences confederate of benefits Petritz. Yeah we'll be doing our remote out there. It's a great event unfortunately Kelsey who's can be with us this morning but you know we're sending shout out to. Kelsey in all the fine work that she's doing Next week, we'll be in the Sanderson Pavilion of broadcasting show from nine to Ted and and get out there the go onto carefree website carefree dot org. To get more information about this event and in hit us up on twitter, and we'll pass along more information as well. If you guys are up about next Saturday morning early head out there and it is a great event. There's new veterans memorial that they are building in the town of carefree. That's for all veterans whether you live here or not to visit the reflected and. In just to be a piece. So a thanks so much for joining us all of our guests today James. It's been a great show fence. We had some fantastic all this morning thanks coach Rich Edwards Alien Crude Patriots for us. The Benjamin, Franklin chargers head coach date Jeffries was on this as well. once again, thanks to those both those programs for being part of our Thursday night football game of the week. Unfortunately, we're not able to get to Mike Nesbitt today of the spirit, but we'll catch up with him in the very near future and now coach. Nikki reveling from the SANTAN charter a roadrunners to create things out there as we talked about just moments ago with the school and volleyball. Program, all the way round fats. Yes, thanks again folks, and into our partners we appreciate you everything and giving us the opportunity to do what we do tomorrow night the JV sport show on Cox for Phoenix and cock seven Tucson as well as. Running three times during the week. So you can't get enough of us and it's it's archived on Youtube as well. 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Catch the football game of the week with arizona's top players up to age. Fourteen joined vince. Jason and brands every saturday morning from mavericks in scottsdale on nyse. Atv thank you for listening to the varsity sports show. Our mission is to empower education and enable dreams creating a platform to promote young people in extracurricular activities and community outreach. If you are interested in partnering up with the varsity sport show find us on twitter. Facebook instagram or call or text us at four eight zero seven nine nine four three seven. The varsity sports show arizona's home for youth high school college. And you. hi this is mesa community. College assistant athletic director. Mike la villa and modern day. Vince pa- polly. You're listening to am ten sixty the varsity sport. Show the home of all your junior college. Sports coverage haiti. Us am ten sixty tempe. Phoenix and chaos hd two scottsdale. Phoenix is home for the dan. Patrick show this program is paid for by the sports. Llc and its partners you're listening to the sport show poem of arizona's youth high school college sports and you empowering education at a neighbouring dream right here on am ten sixty in arizona and now welcome to the varsity sports show. Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the varsity sports. Show vincent here on a beautiful saturday morning in up in carefree arizona. Proud carefree resident overlooking the iconic black mountain of you Any of you folks have never been up here get in the car take a drive just head up north up a scottsdale road until it ends and then go about two more miles and And you're here so it's amazing. It's an amazing community and the valley. General having grown up in phoenix phoenix. I'm a phoenix guy. Through and through moved away a couple of times for a few years and always found my way back here and raising my family here. And and i just love it here My parents live here. Love my parents during much mom and dad if you're listening and Which i think they are. I hope they are anyway So good morning leaves into what is show another show and this definitely will not disappoint. You know i go back to my roots frequently and Because i just i. I love the people that i grew up with a forged so many bonds and and have have have forged new. Blondes new friendships. Along the way. But i never abandoned the old ones because of the fact that that i consider myself very lucky to be surrounded with with with good people friends and today is no different so couple things first off today. We're gonna kick off our show. And i'll give you the rundown and then we'll circle back and we'll start off our show so we're gonna start off one of my old friends teammates Brothers kevin manifield and for for those of you in the valley state of arizona. Even nationally ever heard that name. Kevin manifield is is the epitome of what a two sport a multi sport athlete was a very humble of very quiet very very quiet leader and and lead by example and continues to do so today and mentoring youth as working in administration at arizona state university in alumni relations and his son k j and this is a. This is an interesting story K. j. is incredible a phenomenal of football player in his own right following dad's footsteps but then some And and we're going to get his story we're gonna talk to kevin looking forward to that After that we're going to be joining segment to buy with the fitness. Minute with tyler. Mayor tyler is you know is the fitness guru out at scottsdale desert highlights and and he is a. He is not an intense trainer. He is a trainer for all people. Use the type of guy that will work with you and not try to bring you up to his level but work with you on yours and then some to a point to make you just a little uncomfortable but make you feel good about what you're doing. And and he he offers some encouraging words For for any activity as long as you're you're active. And his tagline keep moving he he says it every time it drives me nuts but i love it because it's true and we'll hear from him in the second segment got a new segment also from another former camelback spartan friend of mine named mike beal classes eighty nine and michael call in every so often. A mike is a he's a phoenix native. We grew up together great friend and and he says relocating lives in southern. California is an avid surfer. So we've got a new segment called beach with bill and michael will just present some random thoughts. I think you guys will get a kick out of it. we have. We have a good time so then. Halfway through the show a we'll be joined for a new sabre cats report with high school scottsdale. Swirl high school baseball coach. Joe mickey will talk about Coach mickey's program and the coverage that varsity sports will be doing for baseball. Then we have another announcement and we'll be joined by football coach. Jason monse six time. I think total ten times state football champion as an assistant anna head coach of but six time head coach. Steve champa jason out. Its worrell highschool. So we'll be joined by coach monse in the second half of that sabre cat report segment then in the final segment. Another big announcement. Today's announcement saturday. Another big announcement by the hokuto. Junior college athletic conference are old friends over. There we cover them a couple years ago and looking forward to having executive director steven weiss on should make a lot of fun fun. Show folks. let's kick it off. I've already spoken enough shows. Not about me. It's about you and we are going to be joined by my. Oh camelback art and teammate. Arizona state sun devil and nfl defensive back. Kevin manifield and his son. Jay kevin caging morning the morning. Good morning the man kevin how you doing. I'm doing well doing well. Thanks for first of all. thanks for having. I appreciate the opportunity to connect with you in the valley. So thank you for having us on all all all well. All all is definitely well. I am so excited to talk to cagey but caja. You gotta forgive me. You're going to take a backseat here for a minute. Because your dad. I just love your dad. Your dad is like my idol growing up as a kid. You're even we were this. We're the same age. I think kevin's a year older than me. But we basically the same age and your dad was my idol back then he never said more than two words but he let us play speak for him. And i gotta tell you you know t j. I had a chance and you know and i sit on the board of the east union. High school district Sports hall of fame. I sit on the. I don't know how. I got on that committee. But i'm on the committee. I suck my way on their somehow. They didn't check my references. But i got on there. And and i've had a chance through the last few years to induct some very special people and when we got to your dad's graduating class and i had a chance to induct your dad at at that ceremony a year and a half ago. And i know you guys were there you obviously were sitting at one of the tables have front there but it was such a special moment for me because it brought back a lot of memories of watching your dad. Your dad and i were teammates. But seeing your dad make plays it was like it was a cloud of dust in front of me. When this guy would run and he would return kickoffs. And he would catch touchdown passes and he would run the ball and all the amazing things you can do and then to sit in the bleachers for basketball game you talk about a guy that could written retinas forty played if the original bo jackson back then i mean this guy. Kevin manifield was was it. He was it and it was. It was just special. And so kevin. I am privileged. Because i consider you a friend. I don't know if you consider me a friend. But i consider you a friend and and i'm just honored that you're here and that you're sharing the simon and sharing your son with us. Thank you thank you you you make me A feel really good about myself with all those accurately and i'll tell people obviously When you were running back anything you do. It's always football the reason i love abbasi because it's such a team sport and it's not one individual That's responsible for any team success It takes a team effort. And and you know you won't mention it but you are. You're the player in your own right. And there's a reason why they were holes that were open but not a guy that would do a lot and do everything Should the coaches loved you and you were probably your next year right. I because they give you friend. Darryl morrison a hard time about that but yes yes become outright is oh we spun. Yeah yeah it was great. It was a great time. And and so yes and so we had a lot of fun with it. Now i wanna talk about your son. So your son is an amazing dynamic. Athlete plays out at mesa desert ridge. He's been getting a lot of attention. Tell us about this process. And how does it feel. And they don't wanna hear from cagey but how does it feel as a dad to see what's going on. And he's a good kid too. That's the other thing that that drive people nuts is that he this doesn't have any any militias bone in his body. He's a good kid off the field. Yeah yeah it's Women who are a proud moment for me as a father and I'm i'm actually excited about where he's at right now progression You know he is. He's a he's he's he's a really good player and But more importantly he's just a really good kid as you as you mentioned and so for me It's fun to sit back in. Watch to see some of The the the recognitions that he studied starting to receive. He's always been a very athletic. It very humble kid Works really hard. Which events probably. That's the most thing that i'm probably most proud of is is. The kid works extremely hard These grown up. He's the only boy. Yeah three sisters. You know my older sister. My older daughter played soccer at arizona. Stay you know she was a captain and my shirt my oldest linebacker. Unlv and he's in line now. The younger gymnasts so so he's only boy in the family. But yeah it's it's exciting to To see progression and Now i'm just it's for me the bad to just sit back and watch you know the cage. How how is it trying to get into the bathroom at home with all those girls in the house. Aw man they They're crowded. So i gotta find out. Katie tells about this process with these schools now. Obviously you're play speaks for itself but you've got schools solid d one programs. I saw air force fresno state talk. I mean kevin. Now come on now. What about our hometown. Sundell's we have an offering. Come on. you're right down the hall from coach edwards for gosh sakes No it hasn't happened yet. That's not to say that it won't happen but We'll we'll see what would okay all right so so k. J. today's announcement saturday on our show. You have an announcement. Forest decided on a school. Come on oh the not given you a hard time but but you gotta you gotta have some some choices out there. Obviously you've got some schools that are high on your list. You don't have to tell who they are but but you know this. This process has been amazing for you. I mean what. What are you expecting going into your senior year I'm expecting actually a really big year. Because i'm about to Have my track track year so i'm expecting a pretty good year with that with my jumps and just my times. I'm trying to get a really good time for my one hundred but so going into next year I'm really trying to get just more film because that's really was the hard thing last year because only had three games. Yeah but. I'm expecting a big year though. Like a really really big year this year. Okay well you guys have to make me a promise in that. Oh this let's put him on coach somo coach. Someone's on the line with his. Gary soma was kevin's old old coach back in high school chromosomal. Good morning sir. How are you sir coach. We literally literally have thirty seconds. And i apologize for the late notice. Talk a little bit. In thirty seconds. Kevin manifield as a two sport athlete. High school where he was probably amongst the greatest kids that i ever coached both in terms of characters well as his ability he was obviously and still i believe. Hold assist record and basketball. Great offense back in high school played. Receiver played some running back. Played some quarterback for that matter. We used them in a number of ways because his multiple talents. But he's just a great human being and the families a great family as you well know vents. I do very much so okay. So kevin k- j. coach. Jomo i gotta have you guys back on down the road when when it gets close to an announcement would you mind. Would you guys mind coming back and wonderful talk. We'll we'll do it another time. Gentlemen thank you so much for joining us. We're going to have you back we're going to. We'll do a whole show. Kevin manifield tj minute field. Desert ridge defensive back coach. Gary somo from the fees unionized school district going back years and years. Komo's thank you so much guys. 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Have you downloaded. The us am ten sixty skill for alexa yet. Alexa is frustrated. No matter how many times do you ask. the answer. is male chicken. Ready alexa open k. Am sixty two listened to your favorite shows. The varsity sports show presents. The fitness minute with tyler mayor get tips on staying healthy and active with locally renown fitness guru tyler mayor. And now here's tyler. Welcome back to the varsity sports show. I've i've been getting tax. People to school with basically lamb asked me for cutting off coach somo but but we ran out of time. And i'm so sorry flight. We'll we'll get him back on. But the this next segment we're joined by fitness guru. This is is equally as important segment because it's about fitness and it's about feeling good and and doing the right things and taking care of ourselves joined by the guru. Himself tyler mayor with a fitness minute. Good morning tyler. Hey good morning vince. Good morning varsity sports listeners. How everybody today. Oh man we are doing great. I got up this morning. And i had a cup of coffee. Had a glass. Water always tried to start off my day with a glass. Water had a cup of coffee. Try to move around a little bit. You know 'cause you say keep moving so try to do that and how are you doing. What's new out at desert island. Everything's great. i'd say what we're starting to see some traction pick up. Come back to the club You know i think everybody's getting their comfort level and realizing that weather's nice we can get outside and do some things but also you know we've got a a favorable in a safe Facility for everybody started coming back into the fitness center. So it's wonderful man no bad days. What what what. What is the fitness tip of the day. Tyler tell you what i think so important. I'm going to touch base on form and posture. So i'm gonna get through a few items and and i'm going to give up a little plug here. Talk about form buddy behind. Jump shot last night. And that's use win over san diego states spotless. So let's talk about form. Nothing concerns me. More young athletes in watching these kids throwaways around with a reckless abandon. You know i understand that that these young athletes you'll invincible And i get that. Many of these athletes and parents will do whatever physically necessary to realize the cheese fitness goals with that said throwing weights all over. The place is not necessary and not smart getting comfortable hire professional. Who cares about your athlete. Take time and invest in proper form like squat that list olympic lifts sports specific movements. Once you have the basic mechanics down. That's where we can gradually start to increase the weight of the of the that we talk about posture postures everything people Again we talk about or can affect our breathing digestion on the risk of injury in widespread muscular imbalance again we. This can lead to impaired performance and even performance in the classroom. So let's look at when we talk about ways to correct for posture think about a training regimen that helps promote mobility stability all in the areas. Okay by simply trying to stand up. Sit up a straight or several times throughout the day we can help undo some of those effects of constant texting and gaming so again pay attention to form pay attention of posher shoulders. Back hips forward engage. Your core day will keep moving. Everybody now tyler. Here's the thing so so you've mentioned about throwing weights around and obviously very important and you get a workout even with proper posture throwing weights around you. Walk into a you walk. You walk into a a weight room and you hear these guys throwing right waits around making noise and all of this you get just as much of a workout by control moving since setting the weights down properly as opposed to just dropping right. Well that's exactly right. You not even more you get a better workout. Because you're very precise and your movement patterns very precise in the muscles at you're wanting to train you know rather than flowing Throwing slinging waits around where you're just going to increase the risk of injury because we have those muscle imbalances. So it's not impressive. You know if you can you can set it down properly. Please just pay attention to our form or function or bio mechanics. It all piece itself together. I'm looking forward to getting out there. And devoting a whole show To to you know in segments of of of show to To learning about some form some some actual practical hands on stuff. So what do you have mind once. Once we can get out their schedule but yeah certainly. I know we've been talking about forbidden. And you know i've got to commit to you and we'll commit to get you out there and i think really we just take people through a movement screen. You know where. How can you move. How well do you move. Where are your imbalances restrictions. And then again you know we. We p programs together based off of those. You know those findings from that assessment. So you know we talk about body weight training. Can you walk properly do proper. Push and you. Can you hit him. So those are all things where we start and then we build our foundation from there okay. I can't wait a fitness minute. We tyler mayor tyler. Thank you so much guru out desert highlands. How can people get in touch with you. Well they can. They can check us out of five me on instagram. Active eight underscore easy coaching as the find on instagram. You guys get hit me up on email. Fitness merit dot com as. Well look forward to hearing from everybody. Anybody here to help in any way we can again. Stay well and keep moving you guys. That's it all right tyler mayor. Thanks tyler we'll talk to you about. I will all right. Love that guy. Tyler mayor so positive and he's got such a positive message and he's he's every man's trainer he's not the guy you know the guy that's going to go in there and have you throw away around his. He teaches techniques. And and what. We're comfortable with and gradually progresses through that so A lot of fun now our next segment. We are joined by. Go ahead aaron and now it's time for beach in with bill. Random thoughts from a real orange county california surfer guy mike be the opinions expressed during the segment in the way represent. Those of td us am ten sixty arizona vs for show it's host towards listeners. All right so we have a new segment. I one of my another one of my high school teammates here. Mike beetle From camelback high school grew up here in the valley. Now resides in southern california has for a long time now. He's an avid surfer and You know he's he's going to give us a surfing report. But then some other random thoughts and i thought it should be clear that we put the disclaimer out there that the views represented during the segment do not represent that of our station our show or it's host so good morning mike vail. Good morning You know. I'm just like tyler. I trying to just keep moving. I well i gotta tell you I was calling in for surfer port. It's morning but i got banged up at the local pub called harp last night because bars just opened here last night. So i'm actually sitting at home I kind of crying a little bit and drinking water and taking out. Now when you say you got a banged up what you get beat up somebody you open your mouth like usual at. Somebody came over because the knocked the around or what happened. No I i met by the mythic cake. Okay i got you okay. Good thing map a little bit but anyway so On a high school level gear Football opened up last night as well. However no one can go to the game southern california no one could go to the games southern california you can get And they have to be family members of team mate. Okay what did you think of earl. Teammate kevin manifield. Call him with his son pre need i. I think it's great. Kevin was a first class player. All the way obviously pro. I remember one time on an onside kick practicing. He was on there. He was kicked him and ran. It intersects obviously untouched. Except he ran you freedom. But i i don't know why i remember that. But he literally like. I think his last complete mark on your On your home it. Yeah i i have no doubt that Kevin son is the first you know all star. Oh he's phenomenal. And you think about it is kevin. Is you know five nine. I think you son is not six feet tall. And he's just the he's just as much the athlete that kevin was back then so it's and he's a nice nice guy. i mean. that's the thing that that drives you nuts because a lot of these guys walk around with such a big head that You know nothing can touch him. But but cage is very well-grounded. He's a he's a good kid Any and he's a good student. He works hard and yeah no he's he's got a lot of guidance From from his dad. And and you obviously remember kevin's dad. Melvin minfield right coachman miniature yeah only played and his real nice and positive and i'm sure every and i think i believe kevin works. They issue now right. Yeah yeah. He works in administration and the way in a london relations as well and does a lot for the university. So so aren't so. Mike in our final minute or so here. Give us some something something that we can hang our hat on for the rest of the week. What do you got for us. Because we're going to try to make this a regular segment and we want people to come back in tune in just for the beach in with beetle segment. Okay so even though. I didn't make it to the beach Today i will next week with all the rest of the old guys Rookie beginners Women and children and that sort of thing but Real quick actually. My niece is visiting from texas right now. And say yeah. She wanted to say hello to some people back home. Are we on in mexico to yeah. Everybody cuddled up against the radio right now just staring in mexico. Go ahead all right. Hang on okay. I just want to say hi to my family back in mexico to my dad and my boyfriend That's nice okay. All right great. Joe thank you. Thank you so much. Wow so i told her to. Don't they don't listen to us in mexico You're just trying to win points with your niece okay. Your number one is like attack is okay thank you are. That's the beach in with veal segment with with Camelback class of eighty nine. 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Am ten sixty varsity sports show presents the sabre cat report with several high school baseball coach. Joe meek and now here's a sabre cat report van news. Welcome back folks soon to the varsity sports show and when you hear that intro. Yeah it's It's country music but anyway it's something we've never done on this show before but i guess there's you know it's it's always the detailed cigs up a little bit so We are joined on the air by sorel sabre cats baseball coach. Joe mickey coach micky. Good morning sir. good morning. How are you coach. You got me out of my comfort zone a little bit. you know. i'm a van. Halen guy a little bit of motley crue. Some old boston arifin the introduced six country music. Here i asked you what you wanted as an intro song so i delivered so we gotta have a good report here. I appreciate it. I really enjoyed country music. I do like to can appreciate it In country music this to give baseball started for me all right well. We're going to have that for you so anyway so coach we are so excited here at the varsity sport. Show to be covering saver cat. Baseball this season and You guys got a big win. Last night kicked off You're you're basically Your winds here for the season. You defeated paradise honors by a score. I looked at this. I had the scratch. My is to make sure. I had the right scorn year. Fourteen zero. yeah we were. You know the the funny part is we had a tough week Posting deal is really good. Notre dame really good hurt is honors really good. We just finally come from his together. You know every game we were right there in it. And we're we were in inning from breaking it open Finally did that yesterday. And that kind of sets the tone for where we go from here in the region coach said okay so set this up a little bit. What can what can we as broadcast team and his viewers expect from from your team. What kind of tv have a veteran team. what what are some of the special things going on at at sets worrell well. We're we're a high energy team so you can expect a lot of energy. You know it's Definitely a team with some senior leadership But a lot of sophomores Juniors and even a couple of freshmen so Playing together for the first time And and learning each other and and hopefully growing to be the team that we're capable becoming. I'm going to know a little more about some of your your key guys there. You know every team's got guys that You know he's our goto. This is the guy that's going to get it done for us. And i know it you know. It is a team sport. But you've got some standouts tells us a little bit about some of those guys so far with our baseball. I guy which tie nelson senior captain shortstop Pvc he's kind of our our leader We take our leadership from him. But what i loved about your earlier segments. Is we have a couple of dual sport guys. gave jacob Three hole hitter center fielder. Pitcher is a flight running back for months. thomas that chas roe He's run the game last night to sports starter He's guys just caleb simpson's played basketball for just came out So what i love about the war was we promote these guys. Doing as much as they can help in the programs that they can impact And being the best they can be for for our campus or our programs and They're just getting their feet underneath as far as Especially the basketball guys coming out. 'cause their season just wrapped in But we do. Four guys are leading from the front. And you know it's baseball season so it's fun to watch them do their thing on the field coaches. Let's talk a little about your staff cause it's obvious you know you can't do this alone. And so who are some of the guys that you wanna recognize that are out there dana day out in this grind and and working with you. God i love that you ask me. They're kind of the unsung heroes My pitching coach. Dave courtney i mean scottsville legend Does a lotta taros and and and does everything from old scottsdale. Little league baseball to Obviously our program been around valley. Long time he's are pitching coach Guy respect them. They play hard for them. Cody courtney As my other system head coach and Just these guys just grind and is not a father son combination but a family that i just love and considering my own and and with regard to the league toughly this year. It's competitive fori baseball It's gonna be really really good baseball being played so we saw probably a couple of teams. I think you're gonna be there in the final four the end And our season at the end of the year. We'll probably going to see another team. That i think you're there in tucson south point But i'm playing the scottsdale schools. Look shop at the end of the year arcadia in the middle. Because they're mountains right there so we get to play great baseball in the valley. It's a great spot so we we're obviously going to talk to you week to week and friday. It kicks off our livestream coverage of of saber cat baseball. And you guys you're are hosting mesquite tells a little bit about the wildcats. They're they're good coach. Colin sleep on your. He's he kinda already lou little bit and says you know. Take it easy on. I'm gonna make sure he gets a little a little little love their Their good miss competitive Every year they're going to just be ready to scrap a little bit They're gonna throw it well and you can't beat yourself so long as greed we come out and play our game We should hopefully be where we want to be at the end of it. But it's gonna be a good hard-fought couple of games in back to back and Hopefully we set ourselves up for good region. Run here that I'm excited for awesome. Well coached you'll make joining us for the sabre cats report coach. Thank you so much looking forward to it. We'll see on friday and then we'll talk to you again next saturday morning down. Great really appreciate the time and everything you guys do for the valley and for all the athletes really appreciate. Thank you coach. We appreciate that joe. Mickey baseball coach shore high school. Lot of fun. Gosh i in you know. This guy is such a ball of energy. I'm so looking forward to to working with him and covered his team. It's the can't community is definitely a lucky to have him in. And i'm sure he feels the same about about the community itself so should be a lot of fun now. Joining us on the line is a football coach swirled sabre cats. Jason mons the the chuck norris of high school coaches coach. Vaughn how are you sir. I'm doing good how you doing coach. You know. I was going to bring that up last year on the show with us last year. You know we went through some chuck. Norris means that we inserted the name vase place to check our coach. I know you can't do it alone. Obviously you've got a great staff but But you are a machine man six state championships as a head coach ten overall and And you guys are just getting started. I mean you. You haven't even got your second wind yet house the offseason going. You know it's It's been great We started back in full time school last week. we're on the field. Today's tuesday and thursday with our kids for the first time since since we got shut down on thanksgiving morning and we've been grinding in the weight room for the last two months so it's You know we kind of feel like we're getting back to To a normal Suaram football off season our kids. Our kids are charged up. They've been you know really working hard great attitudes and it's just been fun. It's really been. I feel energized. As i have been in a long time. So i'm excited. How does it feel having guys on your team that that love playing multiple sports. I mean you had trysted monday. Who's a i mean. He's the division one outside linebacker prospect that that was that was playing power forward on the basketball team. Now you've got killed. Simpson you know one of your sharpshooters on on the basketball court. That's playing baseball. And you've got other guys moving around play multiple sports. I mean. how does it feel having having all that going on on your campus. Yeah no it's awesome. And i echo the sentiment at you know. Listen to coach. Mickey segment phenomenal job with our baseball program. You know coaching in his first year. Here just did a tremendous job breathing life back in basketball program and you know i love. I mean i. I've probably watched eighty percent of the games at the basketball team. Plays this year either Through stream or came out and watch their the region championship clinching game and it's awesome for me. You know number one just to support the school and and supports war. Flex but you know selfishly. I love watching my guys go in and contribute make plays and be a part of that success so you know watching watching in donald thomas and and And anders magic. We had quite a few guys football team that were playing on the basketball team. And then you know like coach. Mickey alluded to Jason jacobs and and thomas chest and and Miles crutchley and we got a bunch of guys that are that are on the baseball squad as well. So that's what makes the world. so unique. is people lose track. We're a small school. it's a small school fourteen hundred role. But you know. sometimes. I think because we're playing The big boys. Football the and the hamiltons of the world. People assume that we're bigger than we are but we really rely on our athletes on our campus play multiple sports and and There's there's no competition for kids. Nobody's getting strong-armed. At to specialize in one four we really truly are all in it together and have great relationships across the campus with the coaching Different coaching staff. So it's It's really a fun environment for kids. That that love the play sports to come in and flora shot in multiple. Well in our big announcement is that And it's no secret because we put it out there but but our big announcement is here to varsity sports show so we are going to be covering livestreaming and covering every week so laurel high school sabre cat football. We are so excited about the opportunity. We're going to be streaming every single game home and away There's gonna be unlimited access and it's funny because when i was talking to your athletic director mr matt harris great phenomenal eighty. I said mr harris. You know what. What's what's it going to be like up in the box for us or we're gonna have access to livestream equipment and he said well you know. Espn kinda had a little bit of a problem. Set things up when they were out here but but you know. I don't know if you guys will will be able to do it and as you know when i heard. Espn i thought okay. We have semi arrive year. Because we're big deal but coach you're a small school where you get a lot of attention and and we're excited to be part of it. Yeah no we're thrilled to have you guys doing it. It's gonna be awesome You know we have We have loro football Families and alumni and supporters across the country. And you know. I think we've i think we've kind of established our program on on a national level and and and kinda built a national brand and so it's gonna be awesome for us to be able to have people tune in and watch us play and obviously you guys do a tremendous job and we've seen that you know across a across all the platforms so very excited having doing excited about the partnership and yeah really you know you hit the nail on the head Matt harrison is a phenomenal athletic director. He's come in his first year and and he's just he's just does everything you want to a to do. He battled for us. He creates exciting opportunities and the ports coaches and all the students and also our principal and october. You know would happen without her. She's she's the best in the business Without a doubt the She believes lacking goals loves oliver. Her students coaches. And so you know without without people like that. None of this stuff would happen. So just want to make sure we're also giving them a shout out of the while because we appreciate them and we'll do that going forward as well. So coach. Jason bonsoir football. Thank you so much for joining us coach. We'll check back with you frequently throughout the spring guys. Thanks a lot take care. All right end with the sabre can't report. We had sabre can't baseball coach. Joe maki so big announcement there. We are covering sabre cats football this fall. It's going to be a lot of fun. We'll be livestream in every game home and away and the -versities fourteen is just privileged to be a part of soweto sabre cats athletics the official voice of the sabre cats. It's going to be a lot of fun so stick around folks. We got another big announcement coming up and we're going to be joined by the all county college athletic conference executive director steven weiss. I think you know what's coming. Stick around she'll be fun. Thanks again for tuning into the varsity sport chill. We'll be back. Judge bob campus sports zone every weekday from nine to eleven. Am ten sixty. This is canyon view high school softball coach. John jacobs and you're listening to the home of the jack softball. The varsity show k. d. u. s. arizona. The varsity sports show is proud to partner with sabre cat athletics. That's right the scottsdale soros. Cats are on the varsity sport. Show joined the varsity team as we cover the cats during the sabre cat report on saturday mornings. Varsity sports show on. 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At affordable prices checkout their custom-made hats shirts masks and vintage gear they outfit the varsity sport show crew in sponsor the stasi movement company player of the game award. Find matt steph. Movement dot e c w deep dot com spelled s. t. e. s. a. Forci god they've show monday through friday one to three. Pm right here on the us am and sixty walk back. I got a woman old brand and he was actually our first very first guest. When the varsity sports he'll then called the jv's sport show was Was a podcast back in gosh march of twenty nine thousand nine when we have a very first show and he jumped right in and we devoted the whole show to talking about him in about his league The whole country college athletic conference because it was such a special special venture that has blossomed. So let's let's bring him on. Cook stephen weiss executive director whole com. Junior college athletic conference the hvac steven. How are you sir wonderful vince. Thank you for having me on. Oh man i know your big sammy hagar fan like me. So i thought i'd throw was you know there's only one way to rock on there so So how's it going. Hey how are you guys doing this off season. you know. Things are wonderful You know we are are growing. We are Profile has has continued to grow. The quality of student athletes that are coming into the jc continued to grow. We are excited. We're excited about the way things are going and we're excited to be on the varsity sports show with you. Oh man we. We are excited as well. Now you know two years ago. Three years ago the state of junior college football was was topsy. Turvy things were were in disarray. The miracle community colleges as well as the two other colleges arizona western easterners on college here in the state of arizona. Cancer football so there were there. Were students student athletes that that had no options. At that time you guys came in and you had an idea and that idea was to start a league and that league was called the whole county junior college athletic conference at it created opportunities for young people to continue their careers. And and i mean it is just blossomed. You're you're you know two teams at first then three then. You became five. You're you're still at five but tell us in year three. What how are things going. yeah And and that was a great way to break it down. I mean things were really in turmoil. We felt like The our community here had lost seven six seven hundred opportunities for young people to continue Playing football and getting their academic and continuing their goal of higher education. And and what we have done over these last. Few years is Continue to expand those opportunities. Not just bring him back but expand. Yeah we're always looking for ways that we can make our program. The most player centric programs in the country And we have some exciting initiatives that we put together to do that and our student. Athletes are really able to reap the benefits of ace provide. Well you guys definitely put your money where your mouth is because you. You are placing kids. The kids are comedy you. They're spending a year or two with you and you're them opportunities at other schools to continue their careers at four year schools. And i mean we're not just talking you know and not to take anything away from smaller school division. Two division three noaa. But you're we're talking also de one programs that you're placing kids. I mean that's your in the spotlight now. And you've got coaches that are coming to you from these programs and and i mean it. Tell us a little bit about that. Those initiatives or we knew all along that goal of junior college athletes. isn't to come via junior college athletes to use junior college as as a platform or springboard to Take their their athletic and career to the next level So we knew we couldn't provide that pathway for student athletes then ultimately what we were doing wasn't wasn't gonna work. We're in a position now where we've been able to send like you said students to fantastic Universities that for your school group of five schools for football. I mean opportunities that that don't come by easily but in hac those opportunities do exist We've been lucky enough to send players to pac twelve conference schools to schools all over the country and Yeah we knew from from very early. Stage that are recruiting network and our ability to get the spotlight on our student. Athletes and get them out to those universities was paramount. And we're we're blessed with hardworking talented student athletes. That have done that. They've been asked to do to achieve those kind of goals and end the coaches that you've got working with you as well. I mean we familiar. Names guys it. You know guys who've been coaching for years in the valley here mesa community college scotts. Because you know you've got ryan felker. Doug madonna got brand pain. Not alec horn von van damme. You've you've got some topnotch coaches that signed onto this thing that have stuck with this thing and and her helping guide these young people and mentor. I'm so i. I mean my hats off to you steve i. I am so impressed. And i'm so excited. And and that being with the announcement that the varsity sports show is going to be. Livestreaming two games a week for you guys on saturday nights at the exact same time It's we're gonna have a blast. I mean i you know you. Obviously you're going to be playing each other but you know the teams but you've also got some other teams that you've schools that you've been negotiating with that you'll be playing as well so we we're going to be covering you guys top to bottom full coverage livestreaming segments on the show. I mean if we're i'm just signed myself that that we have this opportunity to to spot like these young people again yeah. I'm super excited to have opportunity to work with you. Guys again Marsk sports show does a great job. You're going to provide really good content for for our players for their families for those universities that can't make it out to mcs We we are really really excited about the spotlight. That you provide you guys do a fantastic job and We wanna now. It's up to us to put a great product out there on the field We think that are in conference scheduling is is tough as it gets They see was well represented in All american honors this year through rivals And that's across the country so we know that we have some top level talent within our conference. And then we're gonna look out of the conference to bring in the best programs in the country to come in and compete with our with our teams as well Traditionally we play with the new mexico military snow college other south west n. c. schools will continue to expand that profile as well from out of conference. Important going to be an exciting year and excited to have you along the ride with coach. I'm working on my jokes for coach. I try to make him laugh this year. I wasn't very successful a couple of years ago. But i'm going to try and see if i can get him to crack a smile so i'm looking forward to that as well so it should be fun. So good luck yet. You let me know 'cause. I stephen weiss executive director of the whole computer college athletic conference steve. Thank you looking forward to it. We're going to have a lot of fun in our broadcasting team. Cover new guys so it's gonna make for a fun fun year. This fall this summer later. This spring looking forward to we'll be in touch soon. Then thanks again for having us on. Great show Excited to work with you guys. Moving forward all right okay. hey guys. we're we're rolling to the end of the show here i've got. I'm going to bring ralph here in just a minute. Rows hang loose. But i want to thank you a couple of people first of all. Wanna thank kevin engage a minute feel old team mate of mine and his son k j going through. The recruiting process now plays out Desert ridge high school and Coach josh rosenbaum. Who's the tennis coach. Camelback says he's looking for tennis player so camelback spartan students go out for tennis Also thank you to coach gary. Selma longtime phoenix union. High school district coach teacher mentor. Counselor as well calling in that first segment. We have the fitness minute. With tyler mayor tyler guru out at desert highlands Beach and with my old classmate. Mike beal calling in from the beach in southern california. Thank you for calling Sabre can't report coach. Joe mickey so baseball were starting off coverage this week. Jayson mons football coach. We will be covering so aro football. This fall looking so forward to that as well and Executive director steven weiss from the okon junior college athletic conference all of our partners. Thank you so much In fundraising Movement company angel dentistry vets built bob jenkins out there bob and dj and And thank you so much for for supporting our program in allowing us to do what we do and in our final advantage motors and in our final segment. Here i got my old friend. Ralph carefree insider my console eerie. My campaign manager. Is you know that. I may a councilman here. In the town of carefree ralphie's air. Yeah i've been here for a while where it's okay for you to wait so What's this thing we use talking with this guy about the what so they have no junior college football in the phoenix area. But what actually they do. It's it's called the whole country college athletic conference. It's five teams. Students are enrolled at the junior colleges. And and it's an amazing thing. Oh and folks at ten. Am make sure to tune into cox channel. Four channel seven tucson for the n. Ymca tv show. That comes on immediately following this program and Also tune into my friends. Jovan ed right after our show on. Am ten sixty here but Yeah rows will back on loves to talk more football it only raleigh's football broadcasts these kids from the programs that got discontinued. Yeah well yeah. New kids also from around the valley that are that have now have an option to continue their careers and then get recruited by four year schools. It's a big deal. It is a big deal. Because i remember when it cancelled all that was like what about seven or eight schools. That didn't have yeah seven seven schools. And now they do now. They got five schools around the state including one in five five teams including one in tucson. And it's exciting stuff. That's a big deal. So ralph happen last night when you went and bothered your daughter as she was doing her job as hostess at the greek restaurant carefree. Did she gets embarrassed. But we went ahead dinner there. It was fought so barrister not well a little bit. I'm always a good dan brown. Thank you all right. Thanks for joining us. Ralph we gotta get you to call in again folks. This is another dish varsity fort show. Thank you to our guests carefree inside a route. Thank you for calling in talk to you soon. And everyone have a great week. Enjoy the weekend. Embrace it will be added arcadia school all day tomorrow with some n. Ymca football football tune in and we'll see you back your next week. 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Mason and Ireland HOUR TWO

"So how about I pay off the tees right away off right away. Like that you liked that. We're gonna pay off the tees right away. To anti Mason. Just one more reason that your impressive you sat it. You said it too. Really impressive. Yeah. I said that very well too. So Kevin Durant. Lebron james. Yeah. They're they're on similar career pass around similar legacy paths. But there's one really important difference. Which is that LeBron James has been King James since he's fifteen years old where Kevin Durant still doesn't like any nickname anyone's ever tried and has settled for letting you call him by his initials. In the sense that at some point if you're going to be a legend, if you're going to be a myth, if you're going to have a big brand you have to be willing to give people marketing slogans brands framing devices. That's why people get paid millions of dollars to be mad men. Yes. Like if you can make a commercial if you can come up with a great slogan that is memorable that encapsulate encapsulates. Exactly what that brand is. Or who that person is it is so valuable so when when I think LeBron James, let's let's run through a few of his Logan's King, James, hashtag, more than athlete shut up and dribble. No, I won't. I mean, all of these things are these are ways that we define it's a shorthand. It's I- jargon as a shorthand for defining somebody as brand in this show, the boardroom there's the episodes five and six which are really good. I think those are my favorite to emphasize of the whole series because it's rich climate and Kevin Durant talking with maverick Carter. And LeBron James, and they're just having a discussion like MandA man face. Face about are there similar career paths. And that comes out again like thing that we dropped two episodes at a time. So it's a few weeks. Now, those will be released, but in that episode, LeBron James and maverick Carter are wearing shirts that say more than an athlete and Kevin Durant. Enrich climate address. Very well. But there's no slogans, and there's no shirts and Kevin says, I don't like slogans. I don't wanna be defray defined by this. It even says like I don't want to be like, hey, we're thirty five ventures. We're worldwide we're this. We're that Kevin is doesn't want to be defined because his essential nature is that he's restless in searching, and seeking and I think that's great. But somehow you have to lean into that. And you have to make that a cool thing. Or if you wanna be a brand, you have to be a brand, you can't be a brand and not be a brand. Like, if you don't wanna be a brand like if you don't want to be defined outwardly as brand type athlete fine. But then you can't still trying to have a brand. Now, you can try to have a brand. But essentially, his brand is whatever I. Is kinda cool. Like, I think post meets this. Let's invest flying. Drones. Let's go to the desk, though. Because that's not the way people are going to think about the portfolio is exactly exactly that's a portfolio. That's potentially a great investment. It speaks to him having a wide range of interests all of which is terrific. But it's not a brand name all the players right now. You have Steph curry, right. He has nicknames. He has chef curry. He has baby faced assassin. You have even Draymond green has has money. Green everybody. You you were talking about on the break that Mamba is the Mamba Kobe came up the name. Yeah. Black mamba. And then when somebody had to call him vino, we were like, that's great. But also to Kobe found something in branding. That's damn near impossible to pull all wrote a lot of his Nike commercials. Koby leaned into the idea love that I'm gonna market being unlikable. Yeah. That actually going to be my branding is your not to like me. And I'm cool. Yeah. I'm gonna profit essential nature when we talk about mama mentality. It really is being can we we can't use that word on the air. Right. A bleep whole, right? Oh, no. Yeah. Not us. News cage. Yeah. But that is kind of his rand totally is he's like an it's cool to be a jerk. Yes. I mean, and look the there we go. There's another synonym the idea that Koby never cared about. What anybody thought that's not true? Kobe carry you don't put that much effort into your branding. If you don't care what people think, but he wrist and really again leveraged and profited the idea of you don't like me my personalities off pudding fine. I'm gonna monetize that one way or another you have to pick something specific. And then let you know risk the idea of people not liking it. You put yourself out there. And it seems like Kevin Durant isn't quite ready to commit to the idea of this is what I'm putting out there. Yeah. Like, I'm going to stick with this. This is how in some ways you're gonna define me. Yeah. Because you don't want to be defined in anyone that is. He doesn't want to be defined at all if you wanted to find himself. Yeah. When you go into Twitter, and you go. Sorry into Google and use type in blink nickname. He's type in Steph curry like I said, it would had Babyface assassin. Russell Westbrook had beasts, Brooke whatever it was somebody King, James. I like that. I know that's pretty good one. I like that too. If you type in Kevin Durant nickname, it says K D, And that's it because he doesn't have great. When the slim reaper mastic is the great nicknamed of just ease right into and he is moved away from it. And that's part of I think his issue why we don't consider him as one of the greatest players of all time is because he refuses to be a defined defined them be play along with the with the play with the crowd with the fans. And well, I think he I think he does in a sense. But he does play along you plays with the crowd. And he's certainly tweets about it, surely Instagram comment, you give that guy burner accounting, a bunch of eggs, all he'll start playing. He actually talks about this in one of the episodes of the boardroom, which I thought was like he actually is very revealing very honest. And when he says, he says, you know, I didn't have a lot of friends growing up. I was always playing basketball. He went to four different high schools is always taking public transportation hours on the train every day. I mean this guy worked so hard to get from where he came from to the NBA just it's it's really an unbelievable story. And yet he. He didn't because he didn't have friends growing up. He didn't necessarily few you guys, can you? But never really close. She's like I didn't go to school dances and Twitter kind of became a way of for him to interact with people. And then he got to this point where he realised like anything he said on Twitter if you go back to early. Kevin Durant tweets when he was like first couple years, really, they're outstanding. Like he would just be up late at night talking to people on Twitter. It's unbelievable. It's like, really honest. Interesting stuff. Like, I remember talking to used to cover him back. Then he was. So like, just you could I I wish somebody would just pull his early tweets and make a whole story out of them like annotate them. And then he got to famous too good and the Pri the spotlight was too hot on him. So anything he would say in tweets would then become big stories. And he realized that that would happen. He actually says on the show. That's why I gotta burner cow because I wanted to be able to like still have that interaction like normal fan or a normal person. And I didn't want to have the. Sequential of that of me saying that publicly and how all these stories spawned from. He says is on the show. He's like we talked about self awareness. I don't know kind of has it. Well, yes. And no though, I mean, the the problem is what you're choosing to get into as the burner. Yeah. Like, it's one thing if you're just looking to have conversations that you don't want to necessarily get picked up on. But it's another thing too. I want to argue about what makes Kevin Durant. Great under somebody else's name. I want to argue about why. Kevin durant? Didn't take the easy way out by joining the warriors. Like, that's a different conversation to have not under your name. Like, I would argue. That's the one thing you should be having under your name if you're gonna bother arguing with strangers on Twitter at all. I mean, there's a there's another way of looking at it, which is simply you make a choice, and then you have to stand behind your choice. Yes. And you have to own your choice, and you have to not defend it anymore. You made the choice. You had you had good reason for that. You tell you told people, which are reasons were maybe you didn't tell them all the reasons, but you've you've you've made the choice stand. Down there and on it, which by the way, taking this full circle back to the original observation I had about the commonalities between Durant's path and LeBron that's something LeBron had to figure out too because in the beginning with wearing the black hat Miami. There was an obvious defensiveness to this. Yeah. And after a while LeBron just a bleep it, man. I don't care. Yeah. Like, this is what I did. I don't care if you don't like it a well. Yeah. And that was that point four LeBron is where I think everything that's really made him memorable since you know, like taking part in putting his voice to social issues like really taking ownership of the league like it began with the decision. But like the the control that LeBron has really exercised, and you know, the involvement with the players social all that stuff. I think there's a reason a lot of it came after the point where said bleep it. I don't care. I just don't care. So I don't I would argue that he never said, I don't care. I think he definitely cares. And I think that he. Somehow just started winning enough that he was able to control he stopped outwardly showing signs that he didn't show as much insecurity. He just one more. Like, I like, I he started winning and Miami like, that's it. He just they they they lost the first year was too much pressure on him. He hated being he booed, and he hated being unlike then eventually, I wouldn't say necessarily that. I don't care. You just said I actually came here for a reason and this, and I I wanna win I came here to play with my my buddies, and he said, it was like going to college like he had to do something hard and not everyone's going to like it or understand it. But then once he made this decision. Let's enjoy it. Let's just do it. And then they won. And everything was okay. Once he won once they one my once LeBron James one that I titled Miami. His people started giving them a lot more credit the difference between the Brown, and Kevin Durant is that Kevin one in Golden State, and they do not only not give him more credit. It actually almost made the hate worse. You're listening to Caspian Los Angeles. But at the same time, though with LeBron it took some time before he really started getting credit that he has now and that time was going to Cleveland and winning. There were still people detracting from those championships in Miami. Because everyone thinks they stack the deck and joined up with future hall of famers, and he orchestrated that whole thing because he couldn't do it on his own as if anybody wins on their own that doesn't happen. You know in terms of sustained winning. Nobody does it on their own. But there was a point though, and you can probably answer this better night can because I know, you know, LeBron better than I do. But there there seemed to be a point where LeBron came to realize at the end of the day. The only person my legacy needs to satisfy me. Yeah. One of the biggest things that happened for LeBron is that he had a family and his family moved from Cleveland Miami. So the first year he was in Miami. He was all by himself, and they and his wife and kids stayed back in Cleveland. Here's really lonely, and there's all those stories of. In writing his bike places. No single, dude. Bachelor whatever. And you know, I'm not saying that having a family is what changes everything for you? But it certainly matters. And they'll say perspective because you perspective, and it gives you a grounding it gives you a foundation. And I think he really choice being a dad, you know, I think he really loves his kids, and it gives him a sense of belonging, and grounding, and that you know, he didn't have growing up. Right. He talks about that pretty openly in terms of his family. And I wrote I wrote about this at the time when he was in Miami. And like we don't write about players off the court lives quite as much as we probably because it feels uncomfortable. Sometimes. But I think in the bronze case I think that really mattered that his they everybody moved down to Miami. They his his wife and two kids moved into the head of the third kid while he was there. Kevin still single. It's fine to great be single good. I'm not saying you have to get married, but there's there's a pretty big difference there when you're thirty and single versus when you're early on in your career. Well, I mean you start getting like more of a. Perspective on who you should be living for. Yeah. And it becomes I think easier not to live for the fans or care as much about what outside forces of you. When you have the people around you that at the end of the day, really matter the most like, you know, when when you have in the bronze gates your three children. Yeah. And your wife that ultimately it matters. What they think it gives you an idea of who it doesn't matter what they think. And Durant spends a lot of time caring about what alternately the people. He shouldn't care about like, I mean there. Yeah. Because I mean, you know, the idea of the goat or, you know, the the rankings were these are all arbitrary like there's no set list. Like, none of this really matters. It's fun. Yeah. These are fun conversations to have. And they they generate literally our livelihood, and they helped generate the livelihood of all these players, and they're fun. But they don't matter. And there there's something liberating that LeBron came to realizing Durant hasn't yet that none. This actually matters. And I say this to like, I, you know, somebody I care what people think, of course, they do everybody. Does anybody who tells you? They don't like, but I think. That was good. That was heading off the I'm very impressive. I cannot sneath. That was pretty good. Stop to sneeze midst. Did it's like karate kid where he gets the fly really was. I was like, no. Yeah. Stop. That's news. I I I'm highly trained professional. Anyway. So I really think LeBron that it's he it's not so much that he stopped caring like he. He did. He did he still cares you still passive aggressive. He still watches sports center, so recess Twitter fee still interact with fans that way, he just learned to deal with it better. When like like, honestly, I still read my Twitter. Mentioned course, I still do. I read I like all your comments on Instagram when you post mostly it's because I post pictures of the baby. And like I feel like if people take the time to write me, a nice comment. I should hit like, you know, I appreciate you liking short. Yeah. Thank you. I knowledge you. But I I still see the haters sometimes I'll DM people direct message people when they say something stupid to me and open. No. If you follow me, I can damn you. Okay. I don't you don't have to call you back. I thought it had to be two. When did not know that. Yeah. So when somebody writes something stupid to me a lot. I don't give them the satisfaction of a public response unless I feel like it. But I will sometimes direct message them. It's fun. I would say one out of fifty I will do that too. But you know, a lot of it is is is it's just that. I learned to deal with it more like let stuff slide off my back more. I don't worry about it. It still bothers me a little bit like when somebody comes at me real hard, and they don't like this or they think look ugly, you're fat or this or that like still see it. But I guess the difference wasn't like in one in my life. I stopped being so insecure about it. And I was like this is who I am. I am that this is what I look like this is how I talk. I try to be the best version of myself within the constraints of being a wife, a mom a real heaven demanding job where do where seven hats all the time. I just do the best. I can I worked on myself. And you know, that's it just kind of own who you are. It's not so much that I'm happy with everything. I I'm sure of course, I would love to lose twenty five pounds and look cuter and fit into stuff that I fit into ten years ago. But we'll see if it happens. It's not I'm gonna keep trying like you just kind of get. To this point where you just deal with that stuff better. But it also becomes easier. Because you've got you've got things going on in your life. Most recently a child that make you realize what actually matters coming up. Justin Verlander says that the entire salary system in baseball and free agency is broken good talking about that coming up also Sodano joining us Sodano coming on with us, some some plain one more one more. Okay. About twenty minutes. We're gonna be joined by George Donald. We'll get that coming up taking me threatening to you know, because like he has a show, you know, it's not threatening. I'm just going to give George this chair. And let them take over the threatened at all. I'm not throwing the chair. I mean deference Tang. I mean, seventy knows how to stay in his lane yesterday, Noah Mason, Ireland Kim and ski Ramona Shelburne and pitchers and catchers reporting this week Levin guess who is not reporting anywhere. So far, Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. Yup. Two of the biggest names in baseball much less on the free agent market. Neither one of them has a team. It's not clear either. One of them is going to be having a team anytime in the near future. And Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander has had enough Ramona. He went to Twitter and said, quote a hundred or so free agents left unsigned system is broken. They blame quote rebuilding. But that's Bs. You're telling me, you couldn't sign Bryce or Manny to ten years and go from there seems like a good place to start to rebuild for me. Twenty six to thirty six is a great performance window to what do you think is going on right now? In terms of these other big names, like Dallas cycles and unsigned free agent. There are other big names that are not with a team right now with the season. Yeah. The the last part of the quotas. The most important twenty-six thirty six good performance when no actually no it's not it's really not twenty six to thirty one is and then after thirty one it's kind of you can't really predict it like when you look at the analytics of it. I think enough Ivy league GM's who have a bent on ener lyrics. Look at the wins above replacement and all that stuff in baseball. Like they've studied this, and, you know, Andrew freidan from the dodgers doesn't like to do more than five years for a pitcher for the very reason. Like he's done enough of the math. And they've done enough of the modeling. It's just projecting out. It's like, they're essentially actuaries. Right. You know, an actuary is. I don't know if everybody is. And actually is somebody who basically, I know not as impressive as I'm really impressive. It actually is somebody who predict what you're gonna get a lot of work today and actually somebody who predicts when you're going to die. Okay. In short. It's somebody that an insurance company will hire to study your health results, they will model things out based on your behaviors your job everything else. And they'll give an insurance company a pretty good prediction of how healthy you are going to be in for how long and then that's hell, they'll sell your life insurance policy was younger, the actuary would have bet the under right to say that right now to hell of a job, isn't it? That is that's a very both important and morbid gig. Yeah. Like the idea of predicting. All right, this how long you have. Yeah. I mean, I when I bought a life insurance policy. Okay. A couple of years ago. I bought one. I was like, oh, I'm old enough. Now, I should get a life insurance policy. You make sure Nevins taken care of and the babysitting. We didn't have a baby we're going to. So I went and did this and like you have to get a whole physical and this and that and they go actually you have to pay more for yours because you're overweight like what they g. Okay, fine. Yeah. That's what they do yet is thought it's kind of rude. I was kinda ruined. You've already got the thought of death in your head. Insurance policy really need the true like they literally get all of your health records, and they look at it. And they're like, yeah. You gotta pay a little more Justin Vernon Atlanta's rights in that. We're this is a broken system. It's a broken system. You are in a situation where guys like Bryce Harper at twenty six years old and Manny Machado at twenty six. I believe years old. I don't know what exact number. He is. But he's right around there where he should be getting a lot of money to be playing baseball right now. But is is the system broken though. Or have we discovered that what used to be considered somewhat commonplace or at least potentially commonplace with the ten year deals? Those are what actually broke the system. Can you may have been like the worst deal made? And breaking the in this in this tweet kind of tells on himself when he says twenty six to thirty six that's ten years yet ten years is too long of a deal. It's in anything the only sport that gets ten year deals, it's hockey. And even those don't really last that. I mean, look if you get married, and you go ten years, even if you get divorced after ten years that was a legit marriage. That's a long time to spend with anybody in that type of partnership. We'll get into double digits. That's real Mattel years is not what we're actually looking for most guys. Like if you look at the guys that are there's one hundred players that are not signed right now right draw. Power. Just got picked up by the giants for a minor league deal. A non guaranteed contract Gerardo. Perot is a is a legitimate. MLB player if you look Dallas kaikal Ervin Santana Jonzon Doug fister. Craig kimbrel is one of the best closers in the game. Marvin Gonzales or Marlins all his dare Dietrich Machado was stock its cargo Adam Jones, Bryce Harper. Hey, we get it. We get we get your point. However. I think it's a really good listen and makes the point which is simply once the top of the market get settled and the rest of the market will get settled. But also that owners are essentially saying, we don't need you. And if you wanna get like every day that we get closer to spring training is another day where the leverage goes back over to the to the teams because you assume that players wanna play, right? You assume that players want? It's like a whole it's like, a it's it's like a, you know, when when the NBA has lockout at some as soon as people start missing checks. That's when the lockout starts to end. Okay. When people start missing checks. They kind of don't fight for principals anymore. They're like, no, I need food. Also to the need to get paid with the principal to of because at the end of the day. We're really talking about Manny Machado and Bryce Harper. Yeah. Once they get settled, and you assume the rest of the market will fall into place. However, I would say just in Berlin is exactly right. The system is broken. The problem is is that it takes so long to get through the minor leagues where you're basically making nothing unless you were a first round pick with a signing bonus that no one's ever made any money until they know people don't really make money until they get to the majors. Then you get to the majors in seven years of indentured servitude. And those are some of the most productive years of your career where teams get you on the cheap. And they get some of the best years out without having to to make it up if possible on a long term deal on the back end where nobody's going to want to pay you right along unless you become a major league commodity really early on. So you can guess some of that stuff out of the way. Yeah. Eventually you're going to be looking to make it up in your mid to late thirties. And that's when nobody's gonna wanna pay you. So let's contrast that with let's contrast that with the stuff on from from basketball where okay you get in the league as a rookie. You get a pretty nice salary if you're high pick. But even even the even the rookie skill deal over a of a late first round pick, or whatever it is. It's not bad. It's like it's on par with the vet minimum. Okay. So it's not a bad deal. But you get into the league. And after your third year, you're eligible to sign an extension if you're really good, and they want to send you an extension after year three and after your four, you can become a restricted free agent. And after your five you can be unrestricted free agent a preacher. That's right. Okay. Baseball's like seven years, and you have these arbitration years, but it's not free agency. And it's not like I want to force a trade or I wanna leave or whatever it is the seven years as a whole the three year difference between baseball and basketball until you get paid in those three years oftentimes are the most productive years of a player's career and their years that franchises and teams would feel much more comfortable committing. Real dollars too. But right now the way you build teams is you get a lot of cost controlled players. So that's the word that the way they're always termed. You get cost control players who are young and cheap every industry. Does this you get young up and comers who are hungry and willing to work for peanuts to support the, you know, the old lazy people like Mason in Ireland. Yeah, I mean like Verleger is coming look how hard you and I are working superiors Mace. Where's he never always New York fake ation? Vic, there's Ireland. Where's Ireland just got back from vacation like Mason in l z all these guys do is take brief breaks from their vacation to do like three days a radio, and then they come back a little bit. And oh, every time Mason comes back and needs decompression done. That's right. Because remember who both have young children? You pay did the Super Bowl show with Mason. He lands at four AM. And he's like is you've got to carry me. I'm like I'm up to four AM every night. It's bloody. Mason has no idea what it means to me to be carried still dealing now. Of course, we love him. But but you know, what he can walk around and play that song. Like, I'm more thing. Mason island once you made it you made. I mean, he has put himself in position where he can be this type of diva in the Netherlands fort show in LA Mason in Ireland. It's like, Mike trout. That's true. Well, it's worth it. Except the part about being a diva we never heard my trout actually speed. You haven't heard of Mike now, I'm just kidding. All right coming up. The Lakers have been hemorrhaging points defensively. Like the last nine or ten games the numbers show. Lonzo ball is a big part of that. Yeah. Does context though mean it's all Lonzo to explain what I mean coming up next by smoking legal Ramona. This definitely sounds like something that you picked for the playlist. It's not something I pick. I don't even know who this is. But by smoking legal they're talking about legal marijuana. What I would not double down on this. If I were you. We could play it. There's not much upside for you and trying to like wrap it or even a dentist by, you know, saying it's so the Lakers are in Atlanta taken on the hawks the end of a six game road trip that trying to finish it up five hundred which would actually be pretty good finish for a difficult road trip. But one of the issues they're going to have to deal with is defense, which has been abysmal over the last few weeks in particular, it has been very bad in Lonzo ball's absence over the last nine games that Lonzo has been out defensive rating has fallen to Twenty-eight from the league. One nineteen point six thousand looked up some numbers in the Lakers are twenty fourth in opponent opponents points in the paint twenty-ninth and opponent fast break, they are thirtieth in believe points off turnovers. They have been oh his mole in every single defensive category. How much of that do you think actually is directly related? To lonzo. I think a lot of that actually Lonzo is one of their best defensive player that Josh Hart is probably their most reliable defensive player. And then lonzo's right up there with him. He's turned into a surprisingly good defender. And I think I actually remember Jesse bus telling me this when they were scouting him. And you know, I was sort of like what are they thinking about or when they drafted him. It was like what are the things that impressed. You about him. And everybody always used to talk about offensively. What impressed when impress them about Lonzo? Which was playmate ability that what he sees the game that we feel is the game the speed with which he plays with. But Jesse bus pointed out, he goes, social really long six foot six, and we think he can be a really good defender if he can learn defensive concepts and principles and buy in. That's exactly what it turned into. He's so much further ahead defensive curve than he had projected coming out of UCLA. Yeah. Like, nobody was talking about that his ability to recover. Yeah. When he gets beat maybe the best on this team. Yeah. I mean, maybe Ingram might be able to be a little better. Just because he's so damn long. But Lonzo that ability to make up for getting beat on an assignment helps this defense out so much, but the other part of it that doesn't get talked about as much, but it is a byproduct of as well is the return of Rondo in the return of now, I think that's as much part of it as the loss of Lonzo, which is simply LeBron can be a great defensive player when he wants to. But as he's coming back from an injury where he's already working himself back into shape, and he's been let's call it. Selective about when he when he really is going to dig in and play great defense. Rondo can be a great defender. But he's he's too much of a gambler. Yes. So he tries to make plays. He tries to gamble. And when he doesn't get it. It leaves them playing five on four or sometimes five on three depending on what LeBron's doing in that moment. And in you know, in the case of LeBron. He's not the first superstar start being selective on defense. At this stage of his great won't be the last, and you can even justify it in the sense that with the mileage that he has on his body and that he's. Coming off this groin tear. That was serious. You know, there are allowances you make for a guy like LeBron. But it still affects the defense. They're still an affect for this. What do the Lakers do in terms of? Okay. You've got these two guys that are in theory supposed to be the most experienced defenders that are in the rotation and also two of the guys that might be tone centers, or you know, might be might be guys that you would you would count on for some defensive responsibility. What do you do if you're if you're the Lakers and some of the other guys like coups MMA an Ingram who don't have that type of defensive clout? Yeah. That's a great point. I don't know. What you do? I wish I had an answer. I really I don't know if there's anything Luke Walton can say O'Brien shar, whoever else is going to deliver that message miles Simon or Jesse mommy's. I don't know that there's anything that they could say to get LeBron and Rondo to give the same type of consistent effort that they're going to ask for from the younger players. I don't know. I guess you could bench him. He want to try that good luck. With that luck. I mean, good luck. How fun you think? We're talking enough about Luke Walton job security now, wait until the actually I guess if you're a lewke might as well, try this true. I mean L say let's say what you need to say. Right. Let's let's quote, John Mayer say what you need to say. I mean, you go out. Well, I mean, if it if it does lead to going out, we'll go out your way, but it just the they're there at this very difficult point right now where you know, somebody like LeBron Carey's so much clout within this organization like Kobe used to be a difficult guy to get to tow the company line when you needed him to the differences when when the Kobe years really mattered you had enough support around him that you could get by when Kobe would be selective on of possessions. Or would be selective in the offense. Kobe went play when they needed to. Yes. Like when you got into the playoffs and shack was always famous for this. He would wait around. He was. Always finals MVP because he's the most dominant ever write a good check. How was that? You know, I'll give it a six the most dominant. No. That was moving downwards was bad. I don't know. Maybe you can try it dominant over house. Okay. That's pretty good. Let me but that was what shack did in the finals. Like, he just my time to shine pop your collar out. Okay. That that will shake Kobe would do the same thing when he really needed to lock somebody down on defense. He would do it. So I think only thing the Lakers, and Luke and his staff can do is just basically, hey, guys. It's time. Unfortunately, the problem is they're trying they need LeBron. And these other guys to lock in now to make sure that they make the playoffs. So then LeBron can turn around and turn it on like they actually need that moment to be now, and whether LeBron is willing or whether he's actually even capable I honestly think he's just trying to find his footing again after that injury. He's never had an entry that serious and he's trying to trust it again. I mean thirty four have setback. Here's the tough injury that he had and he missed a lot of games because of it. He's just now coming back. He's just trying to make it the all star break and get healthy. All right coming up Giordano's going to be joining us and have the Lakers been creative enough. In the way, they've gone about roster building talk about that coming up next ESPN LA. Yeah. Definitely talk about that one later. Not right now. Now's not the time. Yeah. Is friendships and relationships Twitter beef. It's a real thing Twitter. I mean, like your entire relationship with somebody can be based off a few interactions that you've had via Twitter think what it's like to actually share your Twitter account with somebody else. Oh, wow. Think about the relationships that could be destroyed if hypothetically you shared your Twitter, not just sliding into somebody's TM's, but inviting them into yours. Uh-huh. Yeah. They know funny and it came in at ski Ramona shelbert Jordan joined by George Sodano. I don't know if you've got saw yesterday, by the way, speaking of Twitter lane kiffin to shot yesterday. When did do tweet it out from his account. Happy birthday, Jennifer being Jennifer Aniston, come to hashtag the FAU, right? Yes. He did. That's classic middle aged men. No. It's totally like just trying to hit on some actress, let me tell you something I feel like lane, and I don't know this. Okay. I don't know this. I'm just recklessly speculate. But I feel like the best type of speculating in Boca Raton, Florida. Oh my gosh. It down. Okay, up like, he is, you know, Boca Raton. I well that did you see inside for me scene set from the like older old money? Okay. And sometimes in the case of older old money you have trust fund money than below that for maybe some of the younger aspects of the family. So I could see lane kind of dabbling in that kind of grouping. But now are you when you were saying like older money trust fund? Whatever are you picturing him dabbling on the lower end of the age scale or the upper end of the I guess is. Well, I mean, I'm sure you looked at it doesn't hurt to flirt with the. I'm just saying like, you know, there's a lot of a golden girls and stuff, but look even the younger end hang on. The one on his more of the ones in his age range. You know, they could be the trust fund babies. There's a lot of money in in Boca Raton, Florida. That's for sure. So tweet it out from the onion. This is. So funny piece come up yesterday. Lebron Lakers hoping horrible series of failed betrayals brings them closer. As team Berkman seems very trolley analogy was Bergman interested in the in the lane kiffin conversations. Like you pulled the mic over asking. You say are you saying that lane kiffin is cougar hunting a he might be? I mean, that's a that is a Cougars are not extinct in Boca Raton who is an extinct anywhere right here on the brink of extend. Let's be honest. I mean, I thought so the leaks extinct list don't ever nine possibly not in LA, not Cougars extinct the way, we unfortunately are awful as a society. We've turned fifty year old women Cougars. Yeah. I mean, it's terrible. They shouldn't be but we do that to them. So in this sense. Jennifer Aniston would be a Kook. So I'm just glad that there's a positive spin on being fifty as a woman now before that you would just old right? For that. You were like the life has passed you by I got I somehow I got into this. Jane fund a documentary that was on the delta flight the other day. I mean, it was like Sudha she got to like fifty people were just like, oh, you're you can't be with Robert Redford anymore. You know, it was like you're the older woman now like she'll still incredibly high Michelle Pfeiffer began Robert Redford. That's right. That's right. It was like Robert Redford gave up on her. And it was like, oh, hey, you're still old to Robbie. Joe slowdown Sundance. That's true that like Rachel Nichols. And I always joke like once we get to be fifty like, she's like, oh, I'm going to be a travel writer like they will be on TV anymore. Yeah. Rachel will. She's got great hair. She does have great weight hair. I mean, she has. I mean, we should rank best hair in the business. I Nichols is a one-seat. I'll sit. Like who else has great hair at ESPN? Great heritage Spion. Oh, Jesse Palmer has since evolved over also once. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. We're just Mason rank in there. Now. Would you rank higher though, Mason or Ireland Ireland come on on hair? I mean, Mason's hair better than I did you like the gray? I just I told him. I don't like you like you wanted him to go back to you should go back and tell you all the way better not it does not gain into it. He didn't know. That's what men tell themselves. A woman will tell you the truth. It looks better when you die your hair. Trust me. It does when there's some people who have a nice salt and pepper thing Clooney. Yeah. Clooney's got a nice salt everything that he's like, maybe Anderson Cooper, those are the only two guys that I can think every. Okay. But like, those are the only two guys that I can even think of where I would say it looks better that they're great. The Andy Cohen, maybe maybe. But after that, nobody I mean, your hair guys come on even someone like clue you wonder if there's a little bit of work going into getting off horse. Yeah. Getting a blend is amazing. It is really is. Yeah. And it hasn't changed because usually you don't stop like usually the salt takes over for the pepper. Yeah. Right. Like, he's just like stopped with the perfect blend. Yeah, I've noticed that. And I don't grow very much facial hair. But I do notice that I don't give her much on the hair. But I get it in the hair. I get it in the beer. Lena. Good hair. Meantime has great here. Mom is always. She tells me her mom is always like judging her. So that's why she on hair like longhair plays. Well, well on television. It does agree because it's really hard to do. Well, it's really hard to do as a style. So when you have long hair, and you can get. Get somebody who knows how to do the perfect wave and flip it not be too curly. And I it's great like an and our professional hair and makeup people. Do that. Really? Well, I don't know. What's happening right now. I was gonna say this filth. Very HR. Jack trying to stretch your jacket. I mean as mean as this is why the best. It's like the fact that I even get to do it every once in a while is just how he's actually got. She's not gonna be able to wear that ever. He's screaming. He's. Actually might hurt himself right now. He might he's a seventy five year whatever he's wearing like he got the arms on. But like menas jacket is so small she's very small. She's really small. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, if you don't know we're talking about my guess is it'll be on there on Twitter pretty soon on highly questionable. But it's worth watching. Yeah. And then they're podcast the laboratory in France podcast stupidity. Yeah. Heard you what it was. I where are you? I don't think so. Okay. Because they had unless they pull the clip of me or something I one they did eleven second. Hey, I'm not really getting paid to do this. I do this. And then the second one was forty eight minutes, but it was like thirty seven different people on it for line for like ninety seconds. And I maybe your name was on. They rattled off. So many people. I don't think they think I'm silly enough to do. I haven't been part of the Levitan in friends network. I did this show once and it was maybe way too seriously. We were talking about Paul sterling writing. I'm really impressive. They don't realize that you have gopher impressive. Well, they don't really. Nobody no you range either. When you first got here. They were like, oh, he's is. He funny. Remember maze? Took a minute for Mason realize. But I was I was doing their stuff for a long time. Yeah. I'm saying like, I I'm actually going to do their show on of course, while I'm going to do the show one day that I'm there because the show is fun. Yeah. But they I will tell them you have range how come in fairness to Ramon. It's really hard to bring out your alias comedic material discussing Donald sterling it really is. I mean like. Yeah. You know, they do it. They figure you can find it. But I mean, look their best recurring Donald sterling material takes a shot at Magic Johnson. Exactly Anderson Cooper, actually. But that was that was Donald providing his own community at it wasn't like lebatardshow coming up with the angle. Yeah. It was sterling writing the jokes for himself pretty much. The biggest question though is George one year on highly questionable. Are you gonna let poppy gets? You got me the one time. Right. But he's still the fact that the fact that he got me after I've known the man for twenty years is pretty stupid on my part to God's before too. I believe so I actually can be very gullible things like that. Like, I guess. We kept me all the time. He always gets meaning Michael Thompson loves the show so much. I've legitimately seen him watching it on his phone like before Laker games. I didn't know that Michael had a smartphone. Yes. He does. Yes. How do you think you watch his clay? Oh, that's by the way, microwave watches, everything leading up to Laker games. And during Laker games other than the actual Laker game. Again. Was paying a you notice? Yes. You do pre game with Michael just like there are times where you're just talking and you look over and Michael is so not listening. Right. What you're saying? Because he's watching clay play play basketball. Right. Like, he has not heard a word that you've said he fakes it, and it's good. He it's great. It's not convincing. But it's great fasttrack is next. Hey before we got here we were talking about fast track. And we were doing like real sports talk radio. Oh, I don't know. What happened when you got here? I don't wanna do real sports soccer. We've done a lot of that this week. All right faster at coming up next ESPN LA.

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July 25th, 2020

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July 25th, 2020

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Got An old friend of the program Arizona. Christian University firestorm. Head football, coach Jeff. Bowen will be joining us and he's never lost for words. Right James. We're looking forward to having coach boat. Yeah. It'll be great talk to see what's going on with the firestone out of fifty nine and thunderbird. So our green wakes me tonight and Greenway over there in Glendale Soon Greeks. How was your week my friend? The week was okay. You know we. have been doing this museum thing I'm was recently named president of the. Board of directors in the Cave Creek Museum. So been doing that we're ramping up for the fall and got some projects going on was nice. Little spread. Thank you to the foothills focus which services the North Valley a did a piece on on the museum and in my house and in your care freedoms it was good. It was nate and so spend a lot of time devoted to the museum obviously got a campaign and election going on for the carefree town councils. So for you care for residents that are listening if you've not already dropped your ballot in the mail by all means vote and vote for me, and so that's as well as the other candidates so. There's Running right. Of course, running for six spots so you know it's It's good good stuff going on in the community of James US you had a little bit of a scare, right? Well, I've been kind of sick this week. Vince I didn't know what? I. Started having some some of those covert symptoms didn't have all of them, and so I actually went this morning to get to get a test out there at Cardinal Stadium. Asu Bio design because I said, it might be better doing the saliva thing than having somebody jammed up thickly. With acute. So I said, I'll I'll go for the saliva test. So I did that this morning locally better your day that's gone by. So hopefully whenever it was, it's on its way out. So one thankful for that and I'm thankful to be sitting here talking with this morning my you know what I'm Jonesing for some flip Paul James. I saw this weekend Richard over did a little story featuring a Mesa Desert Ridge show a football coach Germany adcock in in coach Adcock talked about the season he weighed in and said it was. Great. Getting his guys back out there and and hoping that all of this is soon but he's You know he's also had an idea regarding potentially up putting together like a club deal where you have schools or teams just going out and playing and and practicing as much precautionary things as possible it safe but So you know we'll see I mean, this is a moving target is very fluid situation You know we're hoping that we have football this fall I'm hoping Gosh, we gotta get out there and awesome games, but it's got to be safe in order for us to do it in in an order for these kids to get out there and play. The victim of the return with the return baseball in the last couple of days it's really Jones for football because I see, things are starting to come back a little bit and it was cool to watch baseball over the past couple of days. Well, yeah. Kind of interesting seeing the cardboard cutouts and stuff in the in the stadiums there. But you know the world right now. So so awfully it is. At home yet easy. It is crazy and you know the whole. A, lot of football has has to do with preparation allow these guys have to get ready. It's a lot of kids will unfortunately, they'll sit around all summer most of the time and then they'll they'll come to today's and and you could tell right away who sat around all summer who hasn't and a lot of the coaches just wanting teach these guys active and trying to find different ways to try to think outside the box as you mentioned like half caucus steward. Yeah and you know and speaking of the whole junior college athletic conference is put out an announcement they are moving forward. There's five teams within the H. G. H. H J C A C and and they they wanNA play this year. So what they did is they announced that their first game will be October seventeenth. They'll conclude their season with the conference championship game on December Nineteenth They are not going to be playing any games out of state. In Conference two games per team a in terms of playing a home away within conference, and then they may add one or two teams that are out of conference but have those teams traveled here. So we'll see how that goes and we're looking forward to covering it. So that's at least one. One bit of the Silver Lining is that we've got a you know a a league conference announcing something making it official. The other thing is with regard to the AI affirming up the schedule Finger still crossed on this first week of the season for high school football would be the week of September seventh, which means that our first game if everything Stan James would be September Thursday night September tenth, which would be a Tony Paw valley playing at. Valley Lutheran. That's right that would be our first high school game that would officially kick off our football season Vince as these keep moving a little bit further back from volleys. We still have it singers crosses. You said like. We might actually get to where some sweatshirts this time while we're going out to some of these games is usually by the. Season's over it hasn't even really cool off yet. Get Your sweatshirts out. Oh, man I it is out there saying yeah. Yeah. So so we'll see how that goes. You know we're going to try and feature as many teams. We don't want anybody you know any of the team games that were scheduled in August and early September. So we're GONNA see how many of those games that we can make up whether we schedule them on any open Fridays that we have from our regular gigs of what we're doing you obviously being the voice of Red Mountain and I I do for camelback Campbell Verdy on Friday nights. And then you know maybe squeezing in a couple of Saturday, games. If we get a couple of those teams to reschedule for Wednesday as well just so that we can go back and get them done and feature and promote them. And and do what? They supported US came on board with us do everything we can to support them. Yeah. We will do that for sure and luckily, I, say, luckily, with the HVAC CAC pushing their schedule back a little bit and that's going to open up some Saturdays Four. So we'll hopefully we can get some of those games rescheduled and played and covered, etc. so we're looking forward to it everything's fluid right now and we're trying to weed through everything like everyone else's so stay tuned as we say yes. Now, if something else that was very positive this week, let's talk about the name tristen she. Horn James. Stalwart. That's the first thing that comes to mind when I see this guy he knows. Now you played off its blindness in high school right Yup. Play, center, I did play a little bit of center. On the football field, it is the toughest because you've got to know everyone else's position our responsibilities around you. You've got a call, the defense you communicate with your the only guy in the in the offense literally that touches the ball every single play. That's right right. The quarterback doesn't even direct snap to the running back yet. Schoenborn is a young guy. He's not a very big guy. What does he five five nine and your five? Yeah and he's a young guy. He's very low key very quiet guy. But he's a, he's a silent leader. That's whose name Street Smith's PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA AT. University so. Congratulations attrition. Yup and he's probably embarrassed by the whole thing tried to get him to call into Sporting. I. Don't think he's near his vote I think he refuses to call it because he's just shy guy, but he's a good guy. He's a humble spirit vets and he just goes up there. He straps on his helmet and he gets a work and he gets it done. He doesn't say how Jeff for the game he doesn't go. Every time I've talked to him he deflects attention to everyone else. He is just that sort of kid and that sort of athlete and I'm just proud to say that I've been involved with him over the last couple years can't wait to see what he does this. Yes Oh. Oh you AC spirit football coach Mike. Nesbitt if you're listening coach which I know you are because you always listen to us now we gotta get trysted on and we had We left messages for each other back and forth you and I on this but. We gotta get trysted on happen call in this morning we'll. We'll squeeze him in somewhere in the show if if he wants to and Josh Fisher if you're listening sports information director assistant ad out at Ottawa get your call and we'd love to talk to him. So it's going to be a great show James I'm excited fired up potentially the makings of our best. Show ever while we try to say that every week that's all you can hope for is to get better every week and that's what we try to do here on Jamie Sport, show. So lots of exciting guests to talk to here coming up next is going to be a good one. It is. So stick around. We'll be back with Barry Goldwater high school head football. Coach Frank Loud. He's a legend. He's. He won't tell you that he's another one of those low key guys. It's very humble and he's just a nice guy. So twenty four years at Alhambra high school. Yeah. That is about how many how many head football coaches in high school you know there's been at one place for twenty one years I- outside of well high school i. Very few very few and let alone college. You don't see that either so coach loud is has developed a lot of young men in his years and he's done it the right way of good guy. We're looking forward to having him on coach. Lau thank you for joining us all you listeners out there around it's going to be a great show will be right to our. Partners. Turn their athletes, Buffalo Wild Wings into ministry. Southfield. Pizza. That's Ho- contracting we'll be right back here on the JV sport show stay tuned. We got a lot more coming up. Interact with. Bomb Kim's poll question on. Katie US TEN SIXTY DOT com. That's Katie. US Ten, sixty, DOT COM and while you're there, check out bob cans bottom line at Katie us and sixty dot com. What's up everybody? 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Show from six to seven. PM here on Katie US am ten sixty. It's the. Sport show. Spot. Sorry Matt. Only guys. All right. Guys. Hey, live radio. Okay. So welcome back to the more show. Days admits here. So James and I have this kind of unwritten rule that whoever whoever you brought brings on the guest like whoever contacted the guest gets to bring him on the segment and sometimes we forget at. So you know that's that was one of those. It's this is where we forgot so not. Join, yet, joining us on the line is an old friend of his valley. The you know I think of I think of the career of Frank Latte which I do I think the career frank loud and I think of a guy that that kind of falls into that mold. But but not so much into that mold of guys that had been around you think of names like you know back in in the sixties and seventies high school football in Arizona Ed dougherty and. Then, you think of Pat Lavon. Then you think a Pat Farrell and that was the eighties tie earl tiny Putnam at Moon Valley. Then you come across a different wave with guys guys like frank loud that were mainstays Carl Keefer, Jesse? Parker and then you come into a new wave of coaches in this in in the two thousands two, thousand, ten, two, thousand, twenty. But all of a sudden, you see frank labs name once again. Good morning coach. Loud. How are you, sir? Your morning. Jay Monahan. You know what? Twenty one years at Alhambra high school I mean that is that is legendary and do you consider yourself I know I know how you're GonNa Answer. I'm setting you up here. Do you consider yourself in the echelon of of names like tiny Putnam of of Paul Hoffman of Buck Hall. I mean wow vince. Yeah. No not not even close. A. French. Teacher for God's sake. The only French teacher, a high school varsity coach I guess. Yeah. Is that what kept you around the school because they figured they didn't have anybody else to teach French yeah I think that's how. You found your niche coach yeah, or your niche. Coach so I got to know so you did. Okay. So twenty one years at Al. Hammer you had a lot of great athletes that came through. You're a part of a lot of special teams and you came in, you know right on the tail end of some greatness, you took some some some programs through that were extremely competitive programs your very unconventional in some things we'll get to talk about that in a little bit but but also you had an opportunity a couple of years ago to do something a little bit different you left what you go do. So after I retired in. Two Thousand Sixteen I got the opportunity to use my French overseas and I got to go coach over there France. For a year. So I was quite. A year. And I followed your journey. I mean I saw you doing some things with football but it looked like you were doing more sightseeing than anything. Your wife must have had a blast. Yeah. She had a blast. It was a little difference there. They are kind of a semi pro that up they have different divisions Kinda like the European. Soccer model you're trying to move up and down. So we were in a division two type. Team trying move up to Division One and it's different. They practice twice a week. There's a lot of different skills desk. Look a lot of work to be done, but it's it's Broin over there. They love the sport. Europe, and it's really. Any different rules over their coach as far as false assertive as far as like field measurements or you know five. Get the fifth down over there in Europe or. They try they try to keep it the same as here. There was a lot of downfield cut blocking though. So they kinda kept US college rules so. What we're, what were the What was the fans like? What was that that type of community? Involvement. Yeah so As far as getting the word out that there is American football, there was the little tough games, maybe two, three, four, hundred people at a game. And A lot. It's a lot of people did not understand the game except the players and a few close followers and stuff. Lots ause coach when they see big hits, big plays or were they still kind of warmed up to the game but I also got to know what are they serve it in stance food. Or what Chris pay? Back gas and Ben Yeas and and crepes in all kinds of stuff. And wine. Yeah. Wow. That's incredible. So so yes so you did that. So so how old were these athletes I mean, what was it? Did you get guys that you know they'd be getting off work at working out at the shipyards and they come out there and then they take a smoke break I mean, what was it like? Just to kind of pump it up a little bit. There's a big opportunity for for American, players to go over there and after high school or college mostly after college. A lot of teams are allowed one or two. Import players on the field that time. So they'll they'll bring in a player that's finished. You Know Steve One college. So there's some high level players. And then. From over there, there's the ages from nineteen to forty seven we coach. Years Old. Didn't they have. You still got a Chevette. Yeah. We both have a shot out there. Yeah. Yeah. Man Okay. So so you did that what made you decide to come back after a year? After year I was over there. That's all that the Goldwater job. Came Open and I was the year before I was teaching there part part-time so I thought. Yeah put in and apply for it and. I. Ended up getting that and I was really excited about that. So start preparing for. Being a Goldwater bulldog and that's where I am down I'm loving it. Awesome. Nice well, no, that's great. So so now goldwater with is one of the teams that that we were set to feature hosting. Scottsdale Desert Mountain and James Do you have that date you remember what the original day-to-day Games today. I WanNa, say Oh desert I want to say that was. Seventeen. Seventy or twenty fourth I believe or the twenty fourth. Of September, twenty four now coach as far as you know is that still on I mean with regard to the condense season, is that going to be a game that is still going to be scheduled or are they going to move around the schedule and have you played a different team on that day? If we don't know the schedule yet but if that's still on, we are still game which they wanNA play it. Through little Thursday night football against Conrad Hamilton's team out test in that'll be out at your place. So looking forward to it while we see a lot of oh, so unconventional. So you. Tease you about that little bit but but the the single week. So the single wing was something that they ran a lot what in in the seventies Alexander and So teams knew how to defend against it but then they started spreading things out and and now all of a sudden they it's it's unconventional and no one can stock what you know and and so you had some success with that offense. Yes. So when I was at Alhambra, we ran winky for for a Lotta years of speaking t still love it. and. Then we had a couple. Couple, down years in two thousand and then switched over the single wing. Two thousand eleven and. Change things my last five years. So it's been really good for us. It is digital. Something that started the nineteen twenty. Just, kind of latched onto it made our own adjustment. We're not really traditional Bingo weeks we ask loves. UPTEMPO stuff. Little difference. Kosher. In your time at Alhambra, obviously, you said You were there twenty one years what what is the most memorable game and obviously my moment to think about that but don't think too hard. What's most memorable game that you remember being over there at Hammer? Well. There was a few but probably the main one was the big one was. I. Think it was two, thousand three we were. Federally we were five. We went over to Corona del Sol, and they had a good football team. And on that night, we beat them fifty, five, fifty, four, and four times. So Hall I. Over to e and knock off a pretty good school like grown adults was pretty special for us. Awesome. Awesome and and coach you've been been communicating with your team. Are you guys working out together? I mean you. You obviously can't have formal workouts just yet but. What, what are the kids been doing houses the leadership among the team Ben? Okay. So we we had a lot of kids coming back from last year, and so we started doing zoom meetings and In around time string ball was supposed to star in early June we had a couple of weeks where we got together. And we have different phases we in the way of one person to Iraq. and. So we we get a little of that for a couple of weeks and then then we got shut off again. And then last year, we were able to start this week we were able to start again. So we're on the field. Just drills you know ten people to group You know just trying to get in shape and get ready. A staff wise coach in any Any special shouts to to any staff members that you have out there that are helping build this thing. Yeah so My. Assistant coaches, Rudy? Mendez. That I coach way back when he was a young kid at Alhambra Wilbur. Rivera. I also coached him at all Hambro Yeah I had nobre out of Phoenix College. Great. Young. Man Yeah and he he was the the kid that got to go with me to Europe and I so we actually live together and I kinda worked with him and he came back into wanted to coach with me. So that was great Charles Adams new coach I got three guys that I used to coach. Hambro. And then I have another coach Keith Hernandez does my quarterbacks for me and. So there's five of us that work on Varsity and All. Great guys and I think it's really important. We we have great chemistry together so Well, you've been pretty easy guy to work with coaching and knowing you like they do and and we run in kind of the same same circle of friends that that you know I. Don I can't I haven't heard anybody ever say a bad thing about you either you're you're you're you're keeping those secrets or or you're just an all around good guy. So Yeah goats. Thank you so much for joining us this morning into. We'll look forward to following your fingers crossed and we're we're excited hopefully we can keep this game scheduled for Thursday night September twenty fourth out at Barry Goldwater highschool featuring the bulldogs versus the Scottsdale Desert. Mountain. Wolves. Global? Yeah, will there you go. Thanks for joining us this morning we really appreciate it head coach frank out of the Barry Goldwater bulldogs here on the jv sport show stay tuned. We've got another half a show coming your way. We'll be joined by bill fall high in the next segment. He's got an organization called tackle depression that helps us student athletes out with a mental issue. So we're going to learn about what he's doing for young people and we've got a lot more coming up here on the JV sports show. Hope you have a great weekend and stay tuned you're on Katie US ten six. AM We'll be right back. Stick around go JV. We'll be. Back. Checkout Katie USA M ten, sixty, one, hundred, point seven selects hd two. 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In a New Jersey that in early actually left two thousand nineteen. it's called tackle depression on it's really designed to spend awareness. About mente mental health issues or concerns that anybody's really having. We've had some great Really, really great feedback via told you'll need. Yes Tom. Really been on board. We have some pretty pretty big thing. Ready for the future. Coach I do have a question for you. Football coaches are are you know they're in football players have this rough? Know the exterior and you know nothing ever gets to you you know and and and it's always been that stigma. How. Has This program been received? To be honest with you, it's been a little bit overwhelming Nobody went out when I first came out I really started having some some pretty bad mental health issues probably like two or three years ago. All of a sudden I started going through a little bit of depression. anxiety and how was. really one of those people who I didn't believe that it was an actual thing. and being a health educator And being around. All the time I buy that I was really having some issues and I decided to go out and get some help. And then me my wife Really I I've been lucky. To be coaster or around a lot of great men. A Lotta great coaches specifically the reason that that that they really good coaches is they they find ways to give back and reach out the kids on another level besides football I mean I decided on on just going all out and then Kinda open myself up to to The. Being a little bit of a I guess you'd say poster boy for some mental health. Issues that are going on and it's been perceived Remarkably. Well, I mean I I mean I had when I first started in on going on with your social media and Lucky enough to be interviewed by a few news stations and newspapers down here in new. Jersey and people were legitimately shocked. Coach's family members friends Knowing that, I had some mental health issues and I've been struggling through them over the past couple of years. People had no idea 'cause I kinda just send. Great hiding it. Yeah. A lot of times though when you're in your element. When you on the football, Field when I'm coaching or if I was playing that's not really when I have the issues you know what I mean. It's Kinda when I have a little bit of a time to. To relax a little bit and have a little time to myself. That's really when a lot of. Issues come to Conservative. We're visiting. With. Snowfall. He founded the organization called tackled depression coach old saying with coaches as we all three know. Players. Don't care what you know until they know they'll until they know that you care. So how hard is it for some of these athletes to be able to open up to you as we mentioned a moment ago Athletes especially in football players have a tough exterior nothing gets to me I'm invincible. And then men in general, we typically don't like to talk about our feelings, right. So how is it for you guys to actually be able to open up of what is that like the kind of cross that barrier and get them to to trust you and pour their heart out. It's really tough. You know the whole the whole thing about about education nowadays and coaching is it's a lot different than it was back in the early days back in the sixties seventies eighties you know when when a lot of coaches and players Thought of their coaches as some some father. Or anybody that they can go. To Hell. Now. I have to point them in the direction of where they can go into. You know what I mean. So if I've had Hundreds. Email text messages in boxes messages throughout the day I probably get I would say three to two ten messages a day about people that are adding some some mental health issues or they have a player and ask them mental health issues or a family member or something like that but my objective. them in direction of where they can get out you know what I mean. So School District Student Com comes up to me and and wants to talk to me and says that they're having mental health issues I have to make sure that I'm directing them. To of the people. that. Really. Yeah. It's you know you're you're more than just you know they talk about coaches as being father figures in and and the like so much going on in the world today that you have to be. You've got to recognize signs you've got almost have you know counseling To to recognize certain issues going on in the kids life because kids not going to tell you what's going on you have to pull that out of them and you've got to be a facilitator. You've got a direct them like you said in in in it. So there's there's more to it than just telling kid I'll rub sand on it and get back out there I mean it's Yeah. Hundred Percent So coaching. Our head off to the. Coaches you say. Go ahead. What I was GONNA say is one of those things is if if I can hide it for this long. I mean I'm sure as soon in an athlete. Or anybody can really I'd you know what I mean it's not easy to come out and say that you're having these type of issues I mean I'm trying to make it a little bit easier. By showing myself and the kids and and then they can be like, Oh, well, you know what I mean coach K. is having some. Things daily. You know what? I mean maybe I'm struggling with some things. Coach what have you specifically dealt with since we re encountered this corona virus pandemic here earlier in the year as it relates to to teens and their depression student athletes specifically since they've been kind of cooped up now for a little while they're not, they haven't had their spring football like they normally do. They haven't had summer workouts on a normal schedule. They usually do have you encountered a lot of issues directly related to the culvert lockdown. then. Probably for mental health. Issues or anybody that dealing with mental health issues this is probably been one of the. one of the toughest times for anybody with the reason being is. A lot of times you have a schedule and your structured, you know what I mean, and once you break those structures or or you break somebody that's been doing something the same for for how many years They don't like it. You know what? I mean. I specifically didn't like it especially being cooked up in a house for that long. I mean on the. Saying I'm a maniac. I KINDA WANNA field and running around and doing all those things. But I mean these kids are dealing with. Stuff that I've never had to deal with and I mean something losing their their senior seasons or losing their opportunity possibly for for a scholarship or losing their junior year or so up more you which is important to them trying to progressive they wanna get to the next level. I mean it's it's been really tough. And and I do as much as I can still show media wise and then going out and putting up articles in ways that kids can reach out you know but it's I mean it's been really really really. Really. Tough. Coach. What about let's talk about high school football in new, Jersey what what's going on up there? They're going to have at this fall. Yeah right now I mean, it looks like it looks like we're going to have but once again I mean it I mean you you really never know I mean so we're going through phases right now We're just starting like face to I'm still really I mean, if you look at it, we're not going to really start playing football games until October So once we get back into school and September two timbers technically going to be August. there's a lot of parameters that you have to follow with the NJ SA It looks like we're going to be narrowed down to six regular season Games possibly even more. yes I mean it's GonNa be interesting? I it's interesting to see Out. All. I. Would all fans out. We're visiting here with head coach Bill Vall Hind founder of the Organization called tackled depression coach where can people find out more about your organization and possibly if they need to reach out to you or like to speak with you and maybe get some of that help you've been talking about. We have a specifically, we have our website you can find it on any of our social media. We have twitter facebook We have instagram at tackles depression We're pretty good and I have a good team around me to where we'll answer anybody pretty quick We have fundraisers that we do throughout the year, a lot of clothing drive. we add in xfl game that we did this year specifically, we're GONNA have a lot of a lot more things for the future we WANNA, try, to base. Something around mental health. Awareness month. Especially in the State of New Jersey and throughout where you pay a little more attention to health issues, you know what? I mean and I'm of trying to bring that to the forefront. Where players can wear stickers on their helmets. and stuff like that. You'll have the don't mate Kinda like social media blasts around Mental Health Awareness. month. But that also goes with I mean we're kind of at. We don't know what's going on. So it's kind of a tough issue as to whether or not. We're going to even have a season. So we'll see how it all goes actual go trashing on twitter and. INSTAGRAM. Outstanding, we are all what you're doing up there for young people coach on the Northeast Coast and we appreciate your time today Jason Scorza. We'll definitely share your information, get it out on our social media channels as well, and we'll stay in touch maybe check back in with you in a month or two and see how things are going to get some of those fundraisers going. We could check in check out some of that stuff as well. Awesome. I appreciate you guys have me. You got anything. Don't hesitate to reach out Saint. Great. Appreciate it. Thank you SAM. So James that was great. Great Show so far seventy, five percent of the way through what else We got coach. Jeff coming up from the Arizona Christian University firestorm talk about him. He's got a couple of nights working while bent. So I'm excited talking about those and we'll check in with some firestorm football. 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This thing coach, Jeff Bowen, a mainstay here in the valley for many years coached out at Westview high school in the West Valley and last year's been outed with a firestorm. They're Good Morning Coach Bowen. How are you sir? Good morning, guys, how are you? All Man thank you for joining US coach. He was big things going on with your team. And we're looking forward to get an update what you guys are doing. Well. We're trying to stay busy just like everybody else, but it's you know it's a kind of a crazy time been doing this a lot of years and I've never experienced anything like the. How much you guys able to get together recently coach I know that workouts of cannabis and offer high schools. In your division in the how much you guys able to actually be on campus together as a team so far? Well, the reality is a small college. You're not going to have your whole team together in the summer anyway because kids go home, they gotta work and all those kind of things to pay for college so. Our numbers have been pretty close to the same as it's been every summer kids are in working out in the mornings we work out four days a week and and kids are working and then working out, and then we are zoom meetings and. And such so. Busy keeping them busy. Coach you were you guys were bestowed with a couple of Nice honors this week as well. I noticed that that you guys receive the academic ours by the sooner athletic conference, a total of seventeen. Players who earned it sooner athletic conference scholar Athlete or academic all conference honors. For them who the? Sea or excuse me sac scholar, athlete honors Marshawn Davenport a senior cornerback majoring in business administration from Pittsburg California former Virata Viper Gamez senior quarterback majoring in Business Administration from Goodyear Matt. Toda Junior Office of wineman measuring business ministration from Goodyear and Kate Vinci Singer of linemen majoring in biology from Murrieta California how rewards for you to know that these guys are not only selling on the field but get the done the classroom. Well. You know what's really cool about that as we've been in the tops of our conference. pretty much every year in academic honors. Either one or two pretty much every year with the most kids involved in those those honors. But what really made it amazing. This year is these these kids were forced to go from on campus taking their classes to bang two weeks or three weeks. Later they're doing online and they weren't prepared for that and to have the success. Our kids had in the spring. We're extremely proud of those kids that you mentioned plus the other seventeen plus our GPA is A GPA team was for the Varsity was the second highest. We've ever had started the football program. So we're we're all proud of the guys efforts this spring. Coach a young quarterback last year how's he doing in coming back in and building the team around him? You know tyler is really growing only meets with the coach crux weekly looking at film going over, you know what it takes to be a quarterback quarterback is standing there throwing the ball and you know you know the pop warner mentality wants me to play quarterback. So I'm GONNA play quarterback. He's really becoming a student of the game and then he's worked really hard this summer. He's one of our guys that have been in there every day all summer long really really focusing on a maturing his body so he can do what we want him to do at the quarterback position. And plus he's getting ready for the competition we. We brought in a couple of guys to compete plus the guys that are still on campus like Xavier Rodriguez was having a great spring. Before we got shut down though we feel pretty good about quarterback position. And coach it looks like the firestorms sports medicine crew has a partner with the US Council for Athletes Health Nice partnership there to talk about Saiki for athletes and really kind of combing through their overall health talk about that partnership for moment. Yeah that that is. With the the situation with cove in and being taming a healthy environment for athletes at Arizona Christian University was was paramount and So that partnership is is given me phenomenal. Travis Armstrong or director of sports medicine. He's doing a great job organizing. This unease highly evolved involved at the national level with putting these protocols together. He's been helping with that and then we also have A full-time doctor and nurse that are going to be on our campus. all year. They've actually moved their practice onto our campus. So we're doing everything we can as the university to provide. The our student athletes with the with the safest environment. Possible. You want to know the truth probably going to be safer on the campus with us the way we're doing things. Yeah. Back home. Now, let's talk about your schedule coach. So obviously, a couple of the schools within the conference Kinda surprised people by suspending. All sports this year, and that was in Langston University in Texas College. So what that forced the conference to do was to set up A. Basically a home and home series is here. So you're opening September twelfth with your local crosstown rivals air at Ottawa at at home and and then wayland after that and kind of running through basically a conference schedule. How how is that going to change things this year? Well the you. GotTa play teams twice or we're GONNA to play plight. And it depends when they fall on your schedule whether it's league game or not a League game because the the game that added in will not be considered league game. So we opened with Ottawa that's not considered the league game. but then to, and then we'll play later on down the road and then two weeks. Later we play Wayland Baptist which will be elite game, and then when we go to their place later on in the season, it'll be a non conference game. So it's going to be a little different for everybody but here's the reality of this guy. I mean you. No matter what school you're at whether you're ACU or Alabama you have to, you have to make the abnormal normal this year or your kids aren't gonna be able to to thrive. So you gotta you just gotTa take it by the horns and get after it and and the the things that are in place this year you just you just gotTa make it fit you gotta make it work. Coach, what are the plans there specifically for Acu, football as far as are there anything in place for like go covert testing when the guys are coming back to campus you mentioned while were wait or at home working right now and getting ready for the upcoming school year what's in place right now or is everything kind of still being dialed in this point? No actually would argue guys get on campus our whole entire team. Any coaching staff will be quarantined for five days at the the forty eight hour mark will all be tested. And then we'll wait another forty hours forty eight hours for the result. and then we go through our physical and stuff like that, and then we'll start practice slowly phasing them into practice the following week. So they've done a really nice job of creating a protocol where we we know where we're at with our athletes when they come in. we've converted part of our hotel. On campus. To quarantine areas if young men have symptoms and stuff. So the doctors. Are Are doctors on campus can do what he needs to do and and so We're we feel really good about the protocol that then place 'cause we have some advantages are the schools don't have. We have a hotel on campus that we're using. We have a doctor on campus that were using. So we feel confident about the protocol and the bottom line is guys. It's not if someone gets it, it's when someone gets it because somebody's GonNa get it. On every campus. So, what protocols do you have? In place to make sure that young man or young lady is safe and able to get back to doing what they like to do, and then keeping everybody free of of the virus. That's that's what you're trying to do. Coach thank you so much for joining. US Arizona Christian Firestorm Head Football Coach Jeff Bowen you're on the JV sports show coach. We look forward to covering the U. This year and plan on having your back good luck and get out there go firestorm. Appreciate it guys. Thanks for everything. 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Classical Classroom, Episode 218: Peter Dugan on the Magic of Collaboration

Classical Classroom

57:11 min | 5 months ago

Classical Classroom, Episode 218: Peter Dugan on the Magic of Collaboration

"Hey everybody it's dacia. You are about to hear an episode. It's all about love babies love and magic magic magic magic zone. We're my guess for this episode. Peter dugan first. He wanted to teach me about musical collaboration. I thought it'd be learning about like technical ins and outs of how musicians work together and performance and maybe how people are working together right now. Long distance during the pandemic. There's definitely some of that in assode but way more than that. We talked about how joy and just the love of playing together or what. It's all about how musicians playing together even an especially imperfectly are the big y kind of at the core of music and And how this big dumb stupid pandemic hasn't been able to kill that. Has maybe even making music stronger. So take that voldemort. And peter like don't even get me started about him could there be a lovelier person to talk to about this in probably anything else There's reason that from the top hired peter to be their host and i think it has something to do with the fact that he has this like huge heart anyway. We hope that you enjoy this episode. that the music in the force are strong with you and if you enjoy the episode make sure to show some love by reading reviewing us wherever you listen to the show all right. Let's get it a rumor going around that classical music can be room. We beg to differ. Beethoven yeah i did it cross music as zone where we have to feel restricted or. We have to act a certain way. That's not going to be helpful. Going forward shaking with excitement. I mean there's just so many great parts of the opera. Ps me pray. His favorite spot in the first browns as how to classical music rockstars. Because there's not enough of that in this business choosing with plugging the mandolin to my store pedal. I don't change my voice talking to class. I'm playing classical music now. I mean it's the same twelve notes house was so cool about it. Dacia klay a classical music newbie. And i'm trying to learn. All i can about the music come with me and the classical music experts. I invite in to the classical plus room. Hello everyone welcome to the classical classroom. I am dish clay and we are stoked to welcome peter. Do get into the show today. He's a pianist in the host of npr's from the top. Peter teaches juilliard where he also studied and does something called operation superpower which is a superhero opera for kids. Sounds very cool. He's recording artisan and performer. Who has played with the likes of saw perlman renee fleming glenn close in the san francisco symphony under the baton of michael tilson thomas. Today peter is going to teach me all about musical collaboration. Peter welcome thank you so much. It's it's awesome to be here and kind of fun to be on the on the other side for change normally. I'm the one asking the questions over from the top. So it's it's really cool to be here. Thanks for having me. Yeah yeah so. I wanna know more about from the top But first let's get to know a little more about peter dugan. I wanna talk a little bit about your life before from the top have a career as a pianist. Is that something that you're you're continuing to do like you're doing both things. I mean. obviously right now right. Probably in a really different way than before. But everything's different now. Yeah but yeah talk to me a little bit about how things were fee before you came from the top well. I've had the dream to be a piano since. I was really little and went to juilliard as a solo. Piano major and Got my undergrad and master's there and then just always sort of followed whatever. Whatever path seem to open up before. Me and i was just saying yes to everything and just enjoyed the the diversity of my career. Which took me all kinds of places and i still do that. So from the top you know i took over as host just recently but i still maintain a lot of performing outside of that as well as soloist and also with some you know some partnerships that i've had for for years now you know one of the things that excites me is is different kinds of music too so you know when i was on from the top actually when as an eighteen year old right. Yeah yeah yeah so so. At that time you know i was. I was totally into classical music and chamber music and everything like that. But i was also playing. Jazz is playing playing gospel music so That's always been a big part of what i do and still is. That's right. you're you're on as an eighteen year old and did you at that time. Have any inkling that you would have further involvement with the show. Is that when you knew that it was going to. I know i've no idea. I never in a million years. What have thought that. I would have ended up as as a radio host. But that's part of the beauty of of life. I think is that. There's it's just full of surprises and one thing that i try to teach all the the kids who come on the show is that you know. There's this sort of formalized conception of what a path in classical music might look like you know. I win competitions. I play with orchestras and know. Check all those boxes and that's just not the way it goes especially more and more so now that the industry is changing so much. It's like you don't know where your career is going to take you. It's going to have lots of twists and turns. That's just the way it is so that was the case for me. I was one of those kids who thought you know Even though i like doing different kinds of music. I still had a certain sense that i was going to have to follow a path and as time went on i started to realize no. That's not happening. It's a making my own path and that's cool. Yeah as a person who never had any contact with classical music growing up and who is now the host of a classical music show. I can say that what you said is completely true. It's really surprising what happens in life sometimes and it's and it's great so for those listeners of classical classroom who do not know from the top this institution. That's been around for so long. Can you tell them what the show is from. The top is a. We're an independent. Non profit based in boston But we're best known for our program on npr which has been around for over twenty years and we feature young teenage classical musicians ages eight hundred eighteen who are exceptional and come from all around the country and they perform on our show and i interview them and speak with them and and we get to find out who these kids are beyond just being great musicians to get to know them a little bit. Yeah you you like to hear him. Perform and you get here a little bit of their. They're like stories whole exactly. How did you come to be hosted from the A lot of people remember christopher riley who seeing. And you've been doing this. Since last january this is like the weirdest year in the world to become to get like a. Yeah which is. The show's been around for twenty five years or something like that and it's like yeah peter's taking over oh pandemic yet exactly and i have a few friends who who started at new jobs. You know around the same time as me. And we've been able to share how wild it's been too started a new job in the midst of this Basically you know how how it came to be that i. I did stay in touch with from the top. I've stayed in touch with the organization since being on the show. They do a really great job of cultivating their network of alumni and supporting their alumni. We we still value that a lot. So yeah i stayed friendly with the team there and they were aware of what i was up to and i was always an advocate for speaking from the stage. You know and like that was something that that i valued. And i always was sort of a verbal person so i don't know and plus i always love collaborating which we're gonna talk about more in which is a big part of my job at from. The top is collaboration. So i think for whatever reason as they were getting to the point where the organization was getting a new sort of voice and and there is going to be sort of changed their they went through a number of alumni and and we were rotating team of guest hosts for a season or two and it was just it felt to me at least it was just such a natural fit being there and i love the job. I love the work and i love the team and so i was. It was the honor of of a lifetime when they asked me to come on as the new host so that was january and then we had about three shows normal shows in the early part of twenty twenty and then immediately we went. You know things got nuts and one thing. We all decided as we had to keep. We had to find a way to keep going and keep making radio. And so we've been normally are shows would be recorded live as you know in in front of a live audience So what we started doing was virtual shows where i would i would interview kids remotely and we would actually send them recording gear because all recording studios were lockdown at the beginning as well as you know so we would send them gear and talk them through how to set it up and then our engineers would control the session remotely and in some cases i even collaborated remotely by sharing recordings back and forth with the kids and until we produce something that sounded like a live clever. Gosh that's so incredible because this show is sound it sounds so great like it sounds very. I was listening to the latest one this morning. The girls from hana lou only god there and the recording sounded just awesome. I mean that studios are starting to open up. We are having kids go into studios nearby so they were at Hawaiian the public radio studio there in honolulu. And so you know. We're fortunate to have have great partners all around Who are making it possible to do this. But yeah i mean what's what's amazing to me. Is that so many of us. Musicians are having a hard time finding the the focus and the kind of motivation to keep going right now with all of our concerts cancelled but the kids are sounding as good as ever. You know they're working hard. They're learning new repertoire. Like they're they are going strong and that that gives me hope for getting through all those. It's kind of incredible. I mean i feel like as much as has been sort of taken away from us in a sense this year. It's like. I feel like what we've gotten. Return is time and it's really interesting. Lake people who are really motivated to practice and things like that. They've got scads of time. So maybe this is the year when we have this like bumper crop of young musicians. Who are just like they're on it when you took over the show curious. What like You take over a show that that somebody else has been doing for very long time. What elements did you of want to bring in like what. What was it that you because your name out like talking from the stage and how that's important to you and i assume what you're talking about there is Educating people a little bit about the the music. So i mean. Yeah that. When i when i guess when i was talking about speaking from the stage part of that is like the idea of how you relate with an audience how you bring your authentic self onto the stage every time you know what i mean and and sometimes just it might just be cracking a joke here or there or you know. It's not necessarily even like teaching an audience. But it's it's just being your authentic self and not being afraid to just break that fourth wall like that's what put an audience there eased. So i so. That's something that i talk about a lot and we talk about a lot from the top is vulnerability and just trying to let these kids know. Some of whom are very with this idea of like speaking about what they do. They're great players but maybe they haven't spent that much time talking about what they do so to be able to tell them like. Hey it's okay to get vulnerable and just be authentic even though it's on national public radio that's that's a big part of the mission but the other thing that i think i've been trying to bring is Just like a my background in in different genres as well and even though you might not hear that so much on the radio program itself partly because we're being distributed by classical stations and you know they have their own restrictions in terms of how much John bending can go out there. Yes we put out. We've put some stuff that that pushes the boundaries. But more importantly like there's there are things that go on behind the scenes with all get together with the kids in person back when we when we used to do that We would go out and do concerts in the community that wouldn't be taped for radio But in those cases we would always encourage the kids to really push the boundaries of of repertoire. And like i remember our last live show in march we in la. At the at the wallace theater they bussed in like hundreds of school kids to come see this show and we told our from the toppers. Like hey we're going to do all different repertoire from what you did last night for the radio and there is this this fifteen year old or maybe fourteen year old violinist. Who wanted to do a miley cyrus song. And i was like yeah. Let's do it. She wanted to play on her violin. Nice so for me. Like that's something that i bring the ability to just say like not only like yeah. Let's do it. But here's like i'm going to back you up on it and i'm going sue the piano and make you do my best to make you feel like the pop star that that you are in a way and so we had the lighting effects and we had just like what and she's a quiet girl you know like you might not necessarily even see this coming and she walked right up to the front of the stage and was dancing as is playing and by doing that. Having that moment. I playing something. That's recognizable to an audience of teenagers. Her peers like that immediately made this connection and suddenly she went from being like the classical music nerd or whatever is miss preconceptions. These kids might have had coming into the show. She was like oh my god. That's a pop star playing the violin right now and then she played her brahms after. Yeah yeah no. I think that's so incredible. Anything is so interesting. How younger people are very amenable to that like that. They're totally fine with moving between genres. And there's no stigma or me to to stick to one because it's it's just music and i feel like that is like they're growing up in a world where music is is like more accessible than it's ever been and which is so cool because we're more connected now to than we ever have been before the the walls between things have just come down so much Since even a couple of generations ago absolutely and like like i think. That's that's so that so great that you're kind of cultivating that you know like. Yeah hang on that. Yeah yeah. I mean the as long as there's the the joy and authenticity is there. I'm all for it. Yeah well speaking of joy in authenticity. I don't know. I didn't really have a segue but we're talking about collaboration. So can you sort of define like lay down the terms of what we're talking about. Are we talking about collaboration between composers musicians and you know one of the things as a pianist and specifically as someone who went to school went to juilliard like very intense conservatory experience as solo pianist. You know. I know as much as anyone how isolating it can be to be a concert pianist and i've been there and so what i thought you know. I wanted to share with his my the joy that a pianist specifically can in collaborating with others with other musicians and for me. That's been a huge part of what i do. It's been a major part of my career and it still is and of course it's a big part of what i do it from the top But i think that there are some interesting trends going on in the way we talk about collaborative pianists which is a term. That's being used a lot these days versus Accompanist right like the accompanist is an and. I don't know if you know how many of our listeners are aware but in the especially in the. Us has become quite a bad word. Yeah because it's like it's like it's like sort of implies that the pianist is just there is a backup dancer. Basically is running. Fiddle is second rate ninety. Ford subservient right. Hey to the soloist. And so there's a trend going on and has been going on for since the nineties to gradually move towards this idea of a collaborative pianist. Someone who's a collaborator An equal partner Rather than this like subservient accompanist one of the really interesting things recently. Went around with respect to the grammy's and the way that grammy awards are given to this the category of of solo vocal albums where the pianist is like. If you look at the list of it it's like the singer and then like with a with the accompaniment of so and so and so basically like is this matter is because it it actually downplays. What is the great joy of this music. Which is the connection between the two and in so many cases you know. The pianist is the one who's Who's kind of steering the ship. Or its like that. My big fat greek wedding with like you know the wife is is the neck you know or your husband is the head of the wife as the neck which is obviously all kinds of backwards But in any case like it's that kind of thing though. I think we're like the singer draws all the attention of course because they're performing the words. Yeah but but the pianist in many ways is the one who's kind of steering things. Yeah so it seems like it was sort of matter how. That's framed in the performers minds to lake as to how the performance plays out. Because if. I'm working on any creative project with somebody who's collaborator. As opposed to somebody. Who's a i don't know who's just working on a part of something for me or or that. I'm doing a part of for them or something like that. There's there's not the same sense of we're working together to create a thing. Yes and so so that like framing just in the performers and seems very important. Exactly yeah you want to both be equally invested you want. They're both parties to care about the product egan and so if one person ends up being their voice ends up not being valued as much then in the end you get a performance that's not as passionately delivered so so i yeah i think it's really important. It's interesting because then you have the more instrumental world. Which if you look back to the origins of of instrumental chamber music and You have these like the trio sonatas in the baroque era where you'd have to solo instruments like violins the to be a bass instrument and as well as a choral instrument right like harpsichord in. That ended up kind of morphing into when you think about chamber music. In the classical era and piano trios where now you have the cello still essentially being this base instrument by now the piano is becoming much more prominent player in terms of like virtuosic in the chamber music so starting in the classical period with the advent of of the piano trio as we know it and all the haydn piano trios. We start seeing the piano in that. Context is being very soloist. And where at least an equal partner in the in the relationship with the other instruments and so that remains. I think like when you look at at instrumental chamber music in classical era romantic era the beginnings of the romantic era. The piano is very much Equal parts with with other instruments whether that's a piano or even a sonata like the beethoven violent and piano sonatas. Are you ge- piano partner. Then you get the you have the arrival of showpieces right late romantic era you get people like list and paganini and this like this these classical rockstars kind of thing people who who were being the doored like i mean. This was like the beatles like there is list. Oh mania you all throughout all throughout europe so so the idea of of there being these like huge personalities who are soloists. I think at that point you start seeing music that was designed for them to show off with piano parts that were designed purely to be in the background so that these soloists could could show off. And that's when you start getting all these pieces like deniau sqi collines or something like that where Where the piano is going took while the violence does the fireworks. Like there's an interesting split between when you have collaborative music like a beethoven piano sonata. Were like oh here. The piano is an equal partner. And then you start to see the other side of things. We like okay here. The piano is mostly backing me up. You know yeah. So so. When i'm when i'm getting is that like the piano sort of started out as like a Rhythm guitar lake sorta there to keep the music going to set a bed when it was really wacky. It was a harpsichord like way back. Yeah so and then it sort of morphed over time into being an instrument that it self with something that somebody could master and like play really impressive and composers gradually over time lake started composing more music for people to do that. Is that that. Yeah well and as the piano turned into what we think of as the piano you know like because it was constantly being rebuilt and redesigned so like As it became more of an impressive instrument composers wanted to show off that could do right so it started. They started writing things that were faster and louder so it became a medium for for showing off a bit more but but still like the so. The other part of this whole thing of chamber music is is that it was it was a way for friends to get together and hang out. I mean so. There's that element to to me. That's also something really important with collaboration. Is that you have a good time doing it. So if you look at like thinking about like mozart's time they couldn't put on spotify and jam right. If they wanted music they'd have to bust out their instruments and play together and have a good time and it. It wouldn't matter if if every note was perfect. That's not what it was about right. So that's another element. I think that's really important when you look at collaboration. And why it's it's it's best not to go into that land of like the accompanist and soloist because especially when you're talking about Something like a like sonata or something. Where the parts are written to be equals that should be a medium where people are having a good time and And i think actually when you watch a great chamber. Music performance onstage. You see that you see. These are friends having fun together and and surprising each other and try and reacting to one another. You know what. I mean trying to trying to throw throw each other off or or have like and sneak in little inside jokes and stuff like that. I think that's so interesting about chamber music which you just pointed out. Which is that like. It's sorta like a big part of what it grew out of was just friendly like hanging out and having a good time together as opposed to you know. Perform like a large Like a larger group of symphonic orchestra or something like that but this was like people literally hand out in jamming together exactly and like having fun and that spirit of just making something together okay. So we've been talking about this idea of the joy of collaborating with other musicians But also roaming around and are kind of collective cultural brain is this notion of the singular genius who's been you know basically imbued with with the mysterious gift from the gods. You know i think about people who are Who are just a gina. Soloist yoma And for some reason. I can think of no other soloist right now but i wonder if if that is even a real thing the genius soloist and i wonder those ideas at odds. I don't know. I'm just kind of interested in those those two things coexisting in late clearly both making good music. I mean it's it's a really interesting question and a great place to dive into obviously like in the earlier days of what we think of as western classical music we didn't have that veneration of the composer genius That just wasn't really thing. And when know you look at people like bach who were geniuses. but they were they. Were churning out piece after piece weakened weak out as as that was their gig. You know what i mean. And the craftsmanship was inherent into everything that they put out so so in that case i don't think the music is any less brilliant than lebron's symphony where he only wrote four and he because he was so overwhelmed by by the legacy of beethoven would the great master who who only wrote nine. You know what i mean and then you have earlier composes who who wrote over one hundred so is the music of brahms more genius. No i don't think so. But i think that there's a different intention in an purpose in the way that that that that they were written so like the funny thing is you can as a listener. I can have a transcendent moment listening to a piece. That was not intended to create a transcendent moment for me. You know what i mean but is or i could have a transcendent moment listening to to messiaen. Whose like definitely trying to go there and trying to like make it happen so i guess at the end of the day. It's like you don't need to have that. That colton genius in order as a listener to experience. Something incredibly moving i. I don't think yeah animals think that idea. I think it's almost damaging that the whole as you said like costa genius idea. Because i think that even when you dig into the stories of most geniuses that are seen as these amazing solo ideas just sprang from their heads these great performances just came out of them like there were people along the way from whom they got their ideas that they you know like like. That's really such a myth. And like i think it the idea that you need to be this. A separate super driven by some mysterious fire that wells up within. You think it's like we. We work better together. I think i think that that is an. That's how most things really great things are created. They they come from people working together. And anyway i would love to hear some of music that you're not gonna show off today in collaboration right so so you know i thought the first thing that maybe the first thing we listen to is something with. That's not me playing but two recordings of the song from destroyed schumann's dish labor. The first one that i want to listen to is a more modern recording with christian gallaher. Who's like the guy for for leader for german art song and and his pianos. Gerald has who is also like amazing so these these guys are like top top. Top of their game So we i just want to listen to you. Know the i like thirty seconds or so of this recording and then after that i i want you to check out this old recording of the same piece and hear how. It's different in terms of the collaboration between the two them Do right now. We're going to go to a really old according with the swiss Baritone charles Penn zara and alfred corto the great fringe piano Long okay that's super interesting okay. Tell me if i'm wrong. But like hearing that old recording. It sounded like they were just they were very in sync like they were flowing together really well and probably getting an of course of action and no. I mean it's really interesting to hear. You say that. Because what i hear is it's flowing way like super organic flow between the two of them but actually if you listen really carefully where if you have the score in front of you they're not perfectly in sync which is kind of crazy thing. The first recording we listened to was actually in terms of just lining up perfectly was much more exact in terms of the sink. The synchronicity between the two but the older recording was much more than the flow of the piece was so much more free and the two musicians were just kind of doing their thing and it didn't always line up exactly between the two of them but to me like there's there's something very organic about it isn't especially with the way the language flows. It's almost like he's just just speaking to you. Yeah we'll end like in conversation with the piano like they're not just performing together like there's a royal there are moments where you can hear them like sorta resonating together in yes. Yes which at the end of that lip the the singer kind of gets gets ahead for a second and then the piano catches up and then to sort of i think in a very spontaneous way to kind of offset that koto takes a ton of time right in right at the end of the fraser. He dislikes suspended in mid air. And that's the kind of thing that you feel like. They're making it up as they go along. There's the spontaneity to it and It's really special and it's not that they're better musicians than certainly not than than the than gear hawker guba. It's just that it was a different time where perfection it wasn't about perfection right like nowadays if you did it take like that. And you weren't lined up the you know the producer would never choose that take. Yeah you got off to that extent. So it's like everything especially with modern recordings and with the the kind of emphasis on perfection. We have nowadays. You can't get away with that with that degree of freedom i think. Yeah which is why. That like live element. I don't know why that's so special. So speaking of live elements that the next regarding share with you from a competition that i did with a singer who i work with all the time. Baritone john brands e This was at wigmore hall in london and one of the big big concert halls. There the the reason why. I wanted to share this. Because it's schubert's earl kinetic and this is an example of if you wanna call the pianist and accompanist. Just be careful because this piece is like one of the most technically difficult things for piano. And i was scared out of my mind when we put this on our competition program and you might hear at least when i listened critically back to this. I hear it takes me about eight bars to settle into the technique. But basically what you're gonna hear is the piano has nonstop repeated triplet octaves ticketed etc etc. Like for the entire peace and it lasts with no break almost no break so it's a big exercise and stamina and So we could just listen to to the beginning of this and again. This is an example of never knock the pianist because sometimes we have to really hard things Let's check it out below off. A my hands are tired to this. This one is a workout for so i think one of the things that's interesting we listen to. This is like the the when you're performing this pieces of pianos. The singer is it's very dramatic work for the singer. It's all about you know this father riding through the night on his horses. The sun is in his arms dying and seeing these visions of this of this. Evil earl kinetic and this demonic creature and the father is trying to reassure the sun but getting more and more freaked out and by the time. They get to where they're going. The sun is died in his arms. So it's like incredibly dramatic and like this is a case where we as the pianist have to like. Really keep our cool right. I mean the singer has to do their thing. They have to tell the story and we have to like simultaneously. Perform this very athletic feet so we have to be thinking about are like an athlete. We have to be thinking about our stamina our form and at the same time providing stability for the singer actor so that they can do their thing and we're like creating the perfect backdrop for them. You know what i mean. Yeah yeah well. And i noticed like you come out of the gate on the piano. They're like you're playing quite loudly and you dial that back so you're having to also module elite the volume of what you're doing the the like an end to think about those sorts of things. Yes and like that's got to exercise just like all kinds of muscles in your brain until like i'm. I'm so glad. I'm so glad you brought that up because like i could nerd out about ways of listening on stage for balance for a long time Balance is here's a message pianist listening. Never let someone tell you to put your piano on live on half stick. It's it's the pianist to to get the balance right with the lid. All the way on full stick right. That's the way the piano fully-opened right. That's like the way the instrument is designed to be played and then from there. Our job is to take care of the balance. And i mean not to just mute the piano by putting the lid down So for so. Those are my two cents for that. But wh what are the things that we need to do as a pianist is essentially like the best way to describe it is. You're listening differently out of each year. So you know when you're situated on stage the people you're playing with whether it's a you know one other musician a singer or strauss or group. They're always off to your right when you're seeing at the piano so your left ear can be listening locally to what you're producing right and then your right ear is listening to the sound bouncing back at you from ringing in the hall and coming back at you right so so you have to somehow imagine kind of metaphorically that you're listening not just right up on the stage but you're listening to the sound that's being produced inside the hall and bouncing back at your ear and that's how you can determine if you're if you're doing the right things with your balance right it's so much more nuance than just like. I have to play software here. I have to play louder here. Because it might be that you know in this hall the higher frequencies of that violinist on that stratovarius or whatever. Those high frequencies are are hanging out great but they're lower frequencies or not so therefore i have to modify the balance in this particular of the piano right so they're like all these little subtle adjustments that were making and it's all about like listening and responding to what you hear in the. Yeah that's so much to to have wake to so many balls believing in the air at the same time. But i guess like as you're just doing that you're like not obviously you're not sort of thinking that all out. You're you're just responding. You're just doing it up. You're not you're not really analyzing it You're you're just listening and then the other thing is that in addition to like that part of your ear that's listening to everything coming back at you. There's also like an inner ear that has to be an listening and anticipating the sounds that haven't been made yet. Yeah you know what i mean. So you're thinking about like you're hearing in your head the sound that's about to happen as well as the sounds that have already happened. So it's kind of like this idea of simultaneously reacting and anticipating and looking forward to. What's about to come so that's like flow state when you're when you're on stage and performing really beautifully. Those things are all happening organically. And you're not really aware of it. You're just you're in it like so when you talk about like a musician by being in the zone. It's like that that way of listening is all happening. Yeah and then. Plus you're feeling things to you. Know what i mean like your heart is in it as well so i miss it. What can i say. I'm getting all emotional talking about it. Because it's been so long since i played a lot. No i know. I know what you mean. I like hung out with some people in person at a safe distance the other day which is something that i rarely getting to do right now and We had this great conversation and it just changed my entire outlook on the world. I was so happy. Like for the rest of the day. And i can imagine that as a musician like missing that that element of of performing with others. It's gotta be it's gotta be rough. Yeah i i thought share one more one more for you. Because it's it's from these these quarantine times with a friend of mine named charles yang's great violinist and we actually did some live remote concerts at very very few people have been doing because of latency as you know you. You can't really do it for real in real time. If you're if the two performers are in different places but what we did was sort of follow the leader style where i would play without actually being able to hear charles and he would be listening to me in real time and play along with me and Through some clever sort of tricks of the trade routing things we we were able to then pipe that live into into zoom and and do what we did over zoom. So what i want to share with. You is a little bit of that Because what what's what's going on. Here is the idea of partnership again in collaboration. The only reason why we're able to make this work is because we've played together so many times we trust each other and know each other's playing so much that and so well that I can as playing like. I said i don't hear him but i hear in my head the way i know. He's probably playing. And so i can anticipate and play it with the right timing so that he can play along and it sounds like we're together so yeah let's take a listen to. This is our own arrangement of of a piece called charges Virtuosic music right. We added the hoedown quality to it but it was originally written as a gypsy piece Which is sort of like. It's kind of an eastern european version of like our hoedown music americana hoedown music so it was sort of a natural fit when we blended the two of them together. Yeah for sure. It was It it's cool. It was cool because you know when the peace finished is like. Hey how did that go right. Because i hadn't. I hadn't heard him and then when i went back and listen to the recording it was pretty wild how how together we were even through. The tempo changes and the varies you know retard don does and everything. Yeah that was incredible. Wanna talk a little bit before you go today about what you are doing. On from the top in terms of collaborative music especially right now in the pandemic. That's always been kind of a part of the show but talk a bit about that right so on each episode of from the top we feature four or five young musicians from from around the country. Generally you know we'll have a pianist or a harpist or someone who's unaccompanied But then the others. I perform with them. And i'll just speak about you know separately from the quarantine times for a moment and then i'll get into how we've been doing it. You know during the pandemic but normally we get together live and we have literally one day of to to rehearse the music which means a few things like one. It means that these teenagers have to show up really prepared which they always do. You know. that's that's always so impressive way. They do that and they. They're really pros in that sense. So yes they have to be prepared to be prepared. But then what i try to do in that music rehearsal is again set. An example of what a great collaboration should feel like in terms of equal partnership y- even though i'm the host of the program. You know twice their age. I wanna make sure that they feel like in a great partnership it. That doesn't matter. You should still be respectful of each other so i go into these rehearsals with them. You know looking to to learn from them and understand what their musical ideas are in the piece but also not afraid to share. You know mine as well and so a big part of of the way. I approach the collaboration with the kids is just to let them just to kind of set. An example of how. A collaboration with pianist can work even. If you only have one rehearsal there can still be that sense of dialogue you know. Yeah between between the musicians so are you guys. During the pandemic than just doing these things virtually And having to like tackle that that whole thing like you were just talking about playing with charles and how how. There's a little bit of a delay when you're talking right performing so so the way that we have to do it with the from the top kids. I mean it works with charles like that because we played together so much. And i know exactly what he's gonna do like we we. It's like Like we're totally in sync because we in there but with these kids just meeting for the first time what we do is we share recordings back and forth so okay. Here's the process. I they record themselves. They send it to me. I record myself along to their track. Send that back to them. They record again along to the track. I've sent send that back to me. And then i record one last time along so it goes back and forth. We each get two cracks at it and it goes back and forth four times and the purpose of all that is basically. There are a number of things that we have to take into account in terms of timings intonation so there are all these like things that have to be worked out. But i thought maybe i'd share with you a little bit of the result of one of those This was our very first. We called it a blanket. Fort show because we instructed all the kids to build blanket forts at home to get studio quality. You know nice and then a blanket for it right me too. I have mine built like all the time now. So this is a beautiful piece called the c. Show by carl angle So remember this is a teenager playing beautiful. She's her name's alexandra amazing from the new york area. I think as you listen to this you would think that it was recorded in two separate times. I think i got it to my half to her. It's one thing for me to be able to do that at my job. But you know for a teenager to be able to play with that level of freedom and experts just. She was in her bedroom when she recorded emotion. And yeah it's really you know. Working with young people must be really especially young people who are creative like this must be really really rewarding because you know like when you were young person i feel like you're just You remember in breakfast club how alley fees character says when you roll your heart dies. Young live wording too. Yeah i mean i. I'm constantly surprised and inspired by the teenagers. Who we have on the show. They're just when you think you know we read on them. We hear them play and everything in advance of meeting them for the show. But just when you think you've you know what to expect or you can be like. Oh i think. I understand this kid. some they do or say something that just wows you. You know what i mean. They're just full of surprises and and the there is no mode. This is the the other thing that's really fascinating. You might think like okay. What is it teenage classical musician. Like and you might think there is a mold like okay. They all fit x. y. z. But but it's not. There's they're all all these kids are so different and so unique and like what makes them tick could be any number of things. The only thing in common is that they're all disciplined like they have amazing focus and drive and they know how to play their instruments and they love doing it right but outside of that like their personalities. Their other interests their full of surprises. That's what keeps the show interesting too. I think yeah well peter. This has been fascinating. Thank you so much for coming on the show today to teach me about collaboration and Just for for being here so awesome have you. Oh man thank you so much for having dacia it's been it's been a blast and I'm a big fan of the show and it's it's really cool to get to be here and hang out. Yeah back at you and thanks a lot. Thanks for being here. Alright everybody that does it for this episode of classical classroom for more classroom. Check out our website classroom. 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A lot of all the games came out and all that sort of stuff, but we do have some emails from you, and some some voicemails from you that came into the giant after show. Yeah. I palm aftermath. I'm cast aftermath. We took a couple of weeks off the after show for game of the year. So the voice mails really started the pile up. And we thought what better way to just flush them out here? That's right. Put them out here on the bomb cast. So you can be aware of the quality voicemails that are being left on that. After show. It's going to start the year with a cleanse. Anyway. Oh, exactly definitely want to just like just jab the hose up. There. Lemon juice Cayenne pepper voicemails. That's all for the entire month of January. Great quick hospitals stint. I feel great. Yeah. I put those pads on my feet, and they just suck the toxins right out. And then that deletes on my voicemail as part of that process, which is great because I don't listen to them. Anyway, this is actually watch it's actually just like a band of voice mails anytime. It's weird. I don't actually listen to the voice mail that comes to my phone shouldn't just see who called and then call them back. I got a transcript now. So yeah, I I guess the transcript stuff I see if it's something nine does call screening, actually. So we'll pick up the phone. Hello since Jason's phone. What do you want like in your voice? Okay. It's now, it's like Google voice. Yeah. And then they start to leave. A message intellectually play out in real time in text form. Hey, pick pick up hates me pick up. Jason, dude. Pick up dude, dude. And then hang up. Yeah. There's just cuts off. That's smart. So yeah. I don't know. We got we got all that stuff from you, the listener or viewer. Hello. And then, you know, we're going to talk about the games of twenty nineteen a little bit here. There's some announcement. Yeah. It was a great year game of the year twenty nineteen right here, fitness boxing, who would have thought released January fourth and just stayed number one all year long. Sometimes we tend to forget those games that really his boxing. It really all the categories. Wow. Yeah. It is best boxing. Surprisingly that went to we sports three. Yeah. Weird. But it's especially because we supposed to boxing in it. But still, you know, you kinda hold the controllers can do a let's tap thing with the Bach. We kind of bent the rules of the category. That is. Box. You are boxing. If drumming is hitting drum is not boxing hitting a box. Yeah. That's what Boxing Day is about. Exactly. Thank you Canadians. Go to all of our Canadian friends listening around the world. We'll start with an Email here or Canadian Canadians can't travel to get passports. They're still Canadian. If there in Peru, if you're a Canadian listening to this about guest in Baru, we wanna hear we definitely we want to hear especially from you, send me a picture also. Let's get into some of these emails here, Scott from Waga, Waga, Australia. Scott provided us. Yeah. He provided a pronunciation key Watauga, and is foggy and pacman. Both. Just wondering you guys thought the launch titles for the next gen coverage freer up twenty nine hundred we're gonna go even further out here. What have you guys thought the launch titles for the next generation of consoles will actually be as big a deal this time? If as most everyone expects the PlayStation five new XBox are both fully backwards compatible. We'll just be close to a PS four pro or Xbox One launch. Maybe something new with some beefed up graphics the frame rate on the next gen stuff with also being on previous generation as well that way, they just continue on their concern their current development cycles for new games. I wonder how much is going to be straddling both councils like this last one. That was the first time that I had seen that is when we went from like three sixty two one we're seeing assassin's creed on both consoles like I wonder how they're gonna handle that happened. A lot more this time there's stuff like there are a lot of PlayStation, one games that you think of as PS two games Tony hawk four came out on PS one and three for that matter, and you have a Zelda on the game Cuban we right? Breath of the wild Zelda on the. The switch. Switch to right. Yeah. I think that I think that if the new consoles are just fully backwards compatible. I think you could see something like that. Where like, hey, some of the games coming out in the six to eight months prior to the launch will theoretically look a lot better on the next stuff, and they'll kind of build some kind of that's going to air that looks kind of like the PS four the PS four pro comparisons. You wouldn't it wouldn't necessarily more of a jumping? Well, I know I know games might not be but games built from the ground up for the hardware would probably take better advantage of it. But it's hard to say, you know, it's like PC games, console games are kinda hitting a certain Mark. And then the PC versions of look better already. So if we're thinking about it, the next consoles might just make games, look like PC games. Look right now. Okay. Know, which is not which is not a is there any time shift, but developer specifically in your mind that really are kind of the forerunners of ushering in the new like is there anyone out there that does really good work on kind of showing what new consuls acute publ of or types of games even. I I think lately like modern examples, I think Forza as being kind of like the early example of like, hey, check out with this thing to do. And that's part of that's just because car games are easy for that. Because people know what cars look like. And so when the car start looking better than whether. Cars with three sixty. It was wet. It was all those bad. It was like that basketball game and glisten everyone was just wet. And it was great. And that's ball players. Just stare at them. Also hair air fax. What's gonna drink defects is a retracing going to be the? Yeah, I don't know. It doesn't seem like it's like some thing. It doesn't. It doesn't seem like the cool new thing right now for PC like it exists, technically. But isn't it? I've taken advantage of it and the performance when you turn on retracing is not, you know. Yeah. It does take take fairly hit. Some recent drivers may be fixed that in in battlefield. So it's too early to tell with with that stuff. And that stuff is so expensive right now like figure it'll be right? Maybe just a simplified version kinda like with we're seeing councils right now. They're right there kind of like a scaled back version or what I mean. It's HDR. But well, it's red that I guess, but but generally speaking, it's a proper proper HDL's. Yeah. I mean, it's the if anything that has a hard time with HDR stuff. Just because there are not a lot of HD our monitor's out there yet. Right. Okay. That's what I'm thinking of. Yeah. So that'll probably catch up because windows does have DR stuff like built into the level. So like, I put my computer up to my TV I can do all that HDR stuff and games. Look great. But then sometimes aims that didn't support each local messed. I haven't done in a long time. I'm sure the drivers are probably all getting better with that stuff. But. Yeah. I don't know. It's I could see it going down the way that all walk Scott has. Sky has put it out there. Maybe it is just kind of rolling. Hey, we're just gonna keep making the games we're making and these games are ready around the time of the launch of this gonna schedule some big bangers for that timeframe because they wanna have those. But generally just kind of keeps pace. I don't know. It's hard to say. Mogavaro de gen- hit me with the voicemail Elia. Age Bennett's, Mike from Minnesota. And I was wondering what you think would win in the fight of Goku or books. Funny things. Pretty dumb Bugs Bunny is seem spray. Smart. But live money is the pit ame- of cartoon violence of that kind of like vile like without limits. I feel like bugs Bunny's power. And it's not only this can no limits on. No moral, though, he often tricks his best friend to being shot in the face by a hundred like do you think Goku is just as smart as Elmer Fudd and yourself sandwich, the same intellect level that bugs Bunny's disguises will fool him instantly? Absolutely. Yes. Definitely. Okay. Absolutely. Okay. Yeah. What would he disguise himself as the full Goku freeze an address? Yeah. Okay. Right sexy. Freezer sexy, your freezer, I guess I should try and go through is. We'll pop out of his head. He'll go. Yeah. I for a while. And. I think this is what you know. A lot of people the classic is. Would we go who or superman ball? I feel like that's too like peril. Like, it's like, oh, really strong really strong guy. Right. This is more like a crafty weekly with infinite resources versus a man with infinite power feel like it's kind of a joker Batman situation or or like Goku on. On the other is Bugs Bunny accu- because he seems like he can do anything and pull anything from anywhere and all that sort of stuff like these cartoons. He's like, really. Yeah. In a way that like it's never just never been tested. You know to to the full extremes. I think not even super God super saying Goku could land hit on Bugs Bunny. Honestly, if I'm being honest. I don't think I don't think as trance, honestly, if I'm being honest. I think I think maybe it would I honestly I think that Goku would underestimate Bugs Bunny, but he would get some hits in. Okay. Like like he would land. Sure about that. But Bugs Bunny for smash. Oh, yeah. Oh, that'd be great. Also, I feel like by the end of it. They become friends. Yeah. Probably. Yeah. Yeah. They're going off to his mobile Daffy. Now, Daffy experts Geeta something I'd want to see a little more like from like, a fighting perspective or like like see it on tumbler. But well, sadly. You know, you can't see my art tumbler anymore team was a real bummer. Yeah. You know ups and downs for sure. Looking forward. Looking for looking forward. We're in the new we're in twenty nineteen we're in nineteen we're we're giving five dollars to pillow fort show and signing for an account there instead of tumbler because they will I've not looked pilfered. I saw that they've charged money. It was like, I don't know. I don't I don't need to. I don't need to do that. So twenty nineteen kind of go back and forth here. Yeah. Got of some some releases here, I'm not fucking around fitness. Boxing is a game that exists for switch. Sweet Nintendo was putting it out on January fourth punch with joins probably the time solution shape. Shape boxes. This got announced in July. And remember that no. No, this is a demo out. Okay. You can get a demo on the shop for this. It's been there for a while. And like I went to go look at this list. And it's got it's got funky town in it. Okay. It's got towns. It's got timber in it. Fucking good song funky town is a good people really sleep on funky time. I think I do not. Okay. I do not sleep. I wake up to funky towns. Alarm that smart. You want to start the day a little funky moves like Jagger all the hits our blessing to. Can you play any arms characters in this? I don't know. I haven't seen a screen shot at looks like it has coaches that are not the we fit trainer but have a somewhat similar look from the one promo image. I saw succ-. I'm not gonna weigh in on whether as sexy or sexy or maybe not quite as sexy, but they're probably in the ballpark. It's both those we fit trainers, they're fit and they can fight. And they know it they can fight put him in smash. Yeah. So much to do that. Then we've got. Let's see ace combat seven January release. I feel that games been in development forever. Like having seen it at multiple shows and stuff like since it's been in development since the last one, I think. Lisa. Oh, they started around combat four. We really wanna take the strange real and get stranger and Reeler. I wanna see this goes. Now, they got their VR thing this time. The only the only way I've seen that game has been in VR. And it's it seems fine. I don't know I want the view to be like from one of the wing the wings where you're like holding onto the web, pretty good. That'd be Graham. Can you do like the fist pump? A Free Willy thing. Yeah. Let's hope that was like the best quick time event. But that's that's that was from that weird off-shoot as combat that was not. I don't think that it was not part of the strange real. I don't know anything about his combat. It's got a deep Lor called the strange real. And we are in this game is taking us back to the strange real good signing. So I need to play one through four to of. It's not even one through four. It's like four through five. I don't know. I don't actually know which ones are telling the story. But like they've had weird things where they were telling these very personal stories of like kids and stuff set against the backdrop of air superiority, it's a it's way more stories than you would have ever given them credit for Fisher same day. Travis strikes again, no more. That's a game. I had my I love both of those names exclusive is. Yeah. I thought about it the other day, and I went to kind of look into it and see what's up with that game. And there's some preview seems to be some preview of tapping around playing it saying that a little less little less like dick humor in there. What which is surprising to me? Yeah. Charge your beam Qatada. I don't know even how you can do that. If you're not simulating jacket off. But that one's weird mini a bunch of mini games. And like inspired by or taken from other indie games. Yeah. It's almost like a heavy burger kind of like, here's all these other weird things where traffic kind of blending these worlds together. Yeah. It's got. Yeah. Levels set within hotline Miami. And shoveled and oh, okay. No way. Those are. Drifter? There's there's a lot of. Yeah. It sounds like there will be very things. Whether it'll just be a t shirt that Travis can wear that. References some of these other games or like more direct kind of game play type things. Yeah. I guess I I've been unclear as to what exactly that game. Is. It sounds like it's pretty different than the other. No more heroes, which I think is a good thing because those games can they're good, and they're fun, but just kind of average beat em ups, and like that they're going to change up the resin evil to also a January release average from the looks of things. That looks great the every master it does. Yeah. It does look really good particularly for that game in general and seeing the treatments that they've made on like the first one, right? I can't wait for this. This is going to be pretty cool. I've never played too excited to really to get in there. I'm holding out for directors. Cut Chaka dish in the remastered. Yeah. The remastered I'll give them one more crack at it. After that. January twenty ninth. There's a game coming out here. Kingdom hearts three. For her third. Third kingdom hearts around like two point five and a half over three. Yeah. I really hope I really hope. The wait was worth it. But have you been Jan Jan have you? Yeah. How long really have you been like, man? I can't wait for the next kingdom hearts as have been like two came out. Okay. I wasn't sure if it was like all that time or just when they announced three year. Like, yeah. It's one of those deals where I've tried to tune into these side stories, or like, these filler games that they've tried to add in and none as a kingdom hearts fan. None of it just seems to make any sense or just convoluted a already convoluted story that I hope this game delivers somehow on anything that they've promised. Do you want? You wanna see the second? Keyboard war. I wanted you wanna see keyword to world. Keyboard war too. Yep. W k b. To that. It's like. I don't even know if my expectations are high or I just want this to be I want this to come out. And I wanted to be something you want to be validated. I I don't even know, it's validation. In the rear view. You kind of just get the -ticipant part of done. Exact let's see what it is good or bad. We'll be done with the antecedent station. And and not have to wonder about it. It'll just be done. Yeah. We can stop making jokes at king March two or kingdom hearts three. Oh, we'll just begin started. All that will. That's why that we move on way. More knowing exactly we can make fun of it for if it actually is a bad game, which I think it might be. And then like, I dunno. I revisited kingdom arts one and two like over the break and man third person action games. Beat him up games have gone a long have. Yeah. There's they've evolved immense. I Don I saw a video on the internet of some of the early parts of kingdom hearts one. Boy. It sure seemed terrible. Yeah. And I don't know if it's just because I was young at the time. I didn't know any better. But then like you play something like bayonet and how that just flows so smoothly and like it's juggling. So many different systems of actually like hacking and slashing and like all these other power ups. It's juggling juggling juggling juggling. Yeah. That you would hope that that translates somewhere into kingdom hearts by just I don't know. It's hard because they originally they wanted kingdom hearts to be this like very base level thing that people who didn't play a lot of games could get Jim. Yeah. So if you think about it like the they wanted to appeal to the square fan that's playing menu driven RPG's at least at the time. When kingdom hearts one came along like the action component of it. I remember being kind of a big deal. People. Snow? I don't know. This is not my kind of game. You'll time just wanna hit the fight button and do this and do that kind of wanting that step back. Yeah. And it's weird. How I feel like hearts kind of affected scores trajectory in the main line final fantasy series that it's going to be interesting to see how that growth through final fantasy in seeing how little turn it back around on kingdom hearts three. If they have learned anything from those games, right? Because I mean final fancy fifteen like you have a functional party that works. Yeah. Yeah. And like fleshed out characters you may not get too attached to you. But like you learn to grow to like them. At least they at least built systems in there for that type of stuff. Yeah. And it is a little more actioning for sure. Plus that squirrel with a car o. Todd. It's I would say like super slap. It's not like, okay. Yeah. Okay. I'll bump this once. It's not a proper slumber. You've it's. Yeah. You wouldn't find it in slap city? No, no, no. That's very exclusive. Yeah. Also, January comeback core. Which is that power stone game and right, which okay? Well. Know about that. But yeah, generate templates thing. Cool. Yeah. That'll be the pretty good multiplayer Cam. Switch. Always take another Email here. We got. Let's see. Are now are now from Barcelona. I'm loving ranking of fighters hands down the best ranking show. I'm following at the moment. I agree. There are other ranking shows I'm sure there's tones weird it's plain to see Mr Ben pack gravitates towards big burly characters when given the choice is there a character type that maybe unconsciously you guys end up using more even in non fighting games. Do you have do you have type when it comes to character gravitate towards charged characters? Jeff likes the view any game. Disgusting. Grapplers, but I play a fair amount. Keefer? Yeah. I think that's the first that I go to. When I started play trying to actually learn how to play fighting games. It was, you know, a lot of a street writer for was really the first game that I was like, okay, I'm going to actually studying learn these characters and learn like strategies and learn match ups and stuff like that. And the first character I picked was because he was tall. Okay. Myself like I can get in that role. And that understand this man extends out anything like there, just this. I was watching a season of the of. British bake big ING program. Great British this big baking show. Yes, we call. It a balancing bear thing. I don't think it's actually called bake off can his face casino in it. The great Paul Hollywood casino. I know the show. Casino a really tall guy named in. I was like oh that guy to win. No other reason than he understands the struggle. All right, but yeah. In the same kind of tiger knee. That's gone. So you picked him. Yes. Then and then I found out. Oh, I actually like the way Zanga plays. I never played grapplers and fighting I'm actually enjoying this. And from that moment, like always try the grapple there. I usually unless I it's either the real or the grappler, those are my go-to during that butter for me. I think it's you know when I start playing a game. I kinda wanna see like, what's the standard hair, the their take on the standard fighting game character because I think that. And maybe it doesn't. But in my head that will give me some insight into how the rest of the game works. It's like, okay. Well, this is how they're handling this. Then maybe I can start to extrapolate from there and think about okay, maybe they're going to do this this this and this. But in a lot of other games like I usually want to do a little bit of everything because I'm usually only gonna play a game once and so I don't usually don't gravitate towards like weird characters or like. Like systems that feel like one off things that we're made for like one character class or something like, I don't like pet classes, and MO's, and or classes like the rogue, and wow, I don't know if it's still does this. But I like you're building up the combos bending the meter and stuff like that like out of that. I don't necessarily hunting horn in monster, hunters something. That's like, yeah. Yeah. That's that's usually not me. In a game like monster hunter, like I definitely gravitated towards like the light and fast weapon like games that have that kind of slower combat more deliberate pace to them. There's a part of me wants to disrupt that as much as I can I want to always tacking always fucking shit up. And so what kind of go in that direction? I guess it's usually kind of want to just be like in the middle not necessarily, go master anyone thing. But I wanna try at all. Yeah. Yeah. Healing sport class when I try not a game. I find like good way too good, easy way. To learn a map and see how other characters behave. Plus, they're always welcome in like everybody. Oh, totally like I picked up over watch. I was like, well, it'll be mercy because she's going to be healing. And then like Alf, I get a good sense of where to go where people are hiding like that. And like when I play to you have to I love being the engineer because then you kinda hang back and like see the flow of combat and adjust on the fly like to be a little bit more offensive or like, should we be defensive and stuff? Now for like RPG's, though, I think the whole quick and fast type deal to to disrupt the monotony of waiting for the systems to load up. Yeah. Makes sense. Justin writes, and says why the hell are rock band four kids on Xbox One eight hundred dollars, I want Xbox One instruments to finally abandoned my three sixty but there's no way I'm spending the better part of a grand do it. What gives imagine that stuff? Just is not being manufactured these anymore. I had no idea that. Wow. That must just be especially those original Bank kits from before the mad cat stuff before they went under because then they had signed a new deal to get more instruments made I think, but really did they idea? It's a blur, man. I don't I don't remember for sure. But I imagine it's a scarcity thing where that stuff just isn't being made in in great quantities. So there's a bit of a high price tag on it. You might be higher quality to to try and warrant the higher price tag higher quality than the three sixty stuff may maybe like not as cheap not cheap. But like the plastic maybe. Yeah. I don't know what the the last batch of instruments made was. There's no like mad cats that deal to do rock band stuff. And then mad cats went out of business. And I think the brand is back. They sold it to. Like some of. That's coming has comebacker. It's coming back. Jan voicemail. Hell, yeah. Then ingest from Highland this sham. So there's a free comic that comes along with making an accountant and hitman to and I think it has just the most bizarre ad Astra. Grumpy cat Garfield crossover. And I'm not surprised that it exists. But I still think it's just a real dumb. Either the dumbest crossover that you've seen happen or the wacky issed yet most likely to happen one that you can think of. Oh, man. Why crossover wacky? Crossovers Space Jam was pretty weird grownup. And basketball. Yeah. Who would want to fight Bugs Bunny, Michael Jordan? I mean, they team up guy, right? I keep going back to so caliber games. Oh, sure. Like it or there's. But then also on the opposite end spectrum the latest caliber the garrels and now to be both being implemented. They're really good fits and tech in with like, a Cooma in Tekken was a wild idea that time all very suspicious way this work. And then it totally did. Yeah. She across Tekken weird shit. Yeah. I can cross if I remember that really fat. Oh god. Yeah. When the Flintstones the Jetsons that shit was a while that shit was crazy. 'cause then you realize like, oh, these the same show. Yeah. When they did Scooby doo meets John CENA that was that. Yes. You know, didn't that was just like blend. Mcmahon was in it in the WWE Goethe. Like the Jetsons world that sounds right yet. Sounds like show. Despot in the future. I think they did. I want to say they did they did a Flintstones thing as well. Okay. 'cause there's like a Flintstones version of man that. Yeah, he's been around for that long. Yeah. Yeah. Stuff that stuff's bizarre. If you wanna leave a voicemail for the after show for twenty nine thousand nine you can call up seven of seven exit flu E X. L you, okay. We don't need to read the actual number. Look look at your phone and figure out what that is in numbers. And then dial it that way 707 something going to something seven seven seven seven something. They'll get something else. I don't know. I don't know what look at. But an aid us. Getting back to somebody's twenty nineteen games. February looks like it's got some decent stuff here. God eater three. That's eight. Yeah. It's all I need. Actually, I've been playing that since January sometime because they have demo out. Yeah. I've been playing it since then. Well, that's negative play more. That's yes, you could. Game or PS four looks like. All right. I'm in a few short days after that on the twelfth trials rising will be out. Then you've played the plays drls have played some trials. It's back. It's back to it's just basic. No tricks. No. There's three to four different kinds of bikes you can use that you have their own like advantage. Like this was better at top speed. Or this one's better at you know. Turney like angling angled faster. But really it's just trials again, they have that co op mode ride the bikes which is going to have like I don't think it's going to be something that a lot of people are going to do. But it's very fun. And the fact that you can get that's the fastest bike in the game is going to lose some fun like speed wrench shenanigans where people are going to have to be very instinct play one person holding two controllers, that's legal. Feet. Yeah. What if I use my feet? Pro-ssa? Can I borrow controller from the second one? Okay, fine. But where this up for my fate where this no, I can't it doesn't feel right? If I'm wearing the sock. Good crackdown. Three is out on the fifteenth. Apparently all these release dates are subject to change say who can who can say, really. I really wanna see that thing. It's not necessarily out of a super excitement for what they've shown because when they did show it back. He three those last time. I saw it on to look great. K they're doing the I think the thing that is most interesting to me is there really expanding on that system. I forgot to call it where there's gang leaders, and there's like leaders above the leaders kind of kind of that hierarchy not necessarily nemesis system like thing. There's an organization to each of the gangs, and you can kind of influence it by going after certain like, you know, you go after the commander here in these guys are going to be less. I think that's cool. It can make the game more interesting. That can be fun. It's weird. It just the whole thing. Just sounds like a throwback to the type of open world game that isn't really getting made much anymore. And like on one end that sounds kinda cool on the other hand. I feel like a lot of those games got more sophisticated for a reason. And this might one hand you have acids. Creed odyssey, you which you know, mitt my complaints with that game or like, oh, it can be bogged down a little bit. You'd have to do so much to be able to do anything. And this is just like out the gate, you can probably blow up. Half the city if you to probably. That are alive. Six looks like it's out the same day goule. Yeah. Destructible stages of back. You can get eaten by T. Rex great are taken away by pterodactyl. That's pretty cool. That does sound pretty good. Yeah. A little bit in the middle of the match. Yeah. Just like in the middle of the match. Crazy. The light that appears on your health bar and when it lights up red you're in danger zone. And then when you get no fun. I played it a little bit here there. And I heard you were pretty bad at it getting beat. Yeah. Over and over again. Thanks for bringing. Great far cry new dawn is out. I'm like loosely curious about it. I guess I'd say did not like far cry five. But this premise sounds like something all at least take a look at. If favorite fifteen we'll see if this holds because this looks like a pretty busy week here jumped force, oh is also due out, which I played back at three. And did not like I didn't like it either. It was the first game. I played it. He three was almost the only game you played he three for a couple days. Yeah. Yes. It was like, yeah. Because I didn't go to a lot of those pre show events. So that was like after the Microsoft thing. The Brad went over to the hall where they had all that stuff set up. And the first thing I did is walk over like. Goku something I can understand. I do not like the way half those characters. Look like the look of it. Look like for the way. He oh looks is. I think it's fine. He's just to like realistic like, they're they're God damn dimension. I think the way you're talking about these characters is the same way. Some people are talking about the poke them on the detective p a trailer. But I think they both look just right talking about like furry Goku or anything like what if we were? Oh, gross. What do you think? What is what do you think? Gawkers for Sona would be ours and concern into an ape. Yeah. True. Drove into the hot Lor. Deco looks good in the game. Ben have you seen those screen shots? No. I haven't. He looks pretty good. Okay. Looks like he fits have you seen? I have. He's looks. Okay. Metro haka show in that game though. So I well done. That's the bar for you. Hey, man. I've never gotten a good who you show games. Hey, guess what? Metro exodus. Also looks to be out in mid February. I don't know if this. This one's got a solid pitch. But that was another game that I saw before he three had the weird shooting issue. Right yet felt real bad. It felt real real bad. But it was maybe a case of like, hey, they had to bring a console build instead of bringing PC's and the Bill was fine. What maybe the Xbox One Bill was not the thing. They should've been showing off to people that I don't actually know what the specifics of at our. But I've heard that that game is fine. Or at least heard that the issues I had with it were not present in other bills of that game. I guess I should say there was an event right after something. They got better builds better builds or maybe we knew someone who worked there who had some things to say about it anthem is due out February twenty-second, this feels like a real writer divestment for bio aware, right? For me. I don't know hard to imagine. Vialed can just such a relatively short period of time. Yeah. But then at the same time, they they did go ahead and kind of announced a new dragon age. So like by wears next game is already kind of on the books in a sense. I don't know. We will see in the did go back in the boning thing. Right. You're going to be able to bone go. Now. I don't know. I they were very ambiguous a lot of the way they're going down. And it sounded worse almost because it was like they were like, there's no boning. And then they're like d want boating. It's the whole thing made it sound like they were not extremely committed to a vision for the game per se. It was more just like oh God. What are you want? You wanted to? That Jimmy eat world saw in the game. Okay. Great. We could do that to put the Sam Raimi's Spiderman suit well that fucking help. God damn what the fuck. Do. We have to do. Good. Okay. We'll think we're doing that. I don't know that it's a game that seemed all right coming out of three. And I feel like a lot of the talks them than has been murky. Let's say let's concerning to me. Murky. L? Let's go ahead and get through March. Here comes like, a lion comes like a toe jam and Earl yeah, I thought that this game would have been out by now the. The devs said. That's not out yet. We're before that going. Oh, cool. Yeah. Yeah. Since really I thought it was out. Yeah. Fucked up. Yeah. It's it's not. Yeah. I don't have a huge fondness for that. I do. Was it the game? Or was it the attitude? It was both. Okay. Because the game is kind of like a rogue like the first jam in earlier is sort of like a it's like random elements like you pick up presence. You don't know what's in the presence until you open them, and then might be good or bad, and you're uncovering randomly generated levels. And that's a really good game that first game. The second game is terrible third game, also bad. And there's a thing with toe jam and Earl where the closer and closer they got to CD quality sound and all the other stuff. The it was the part where the the cutesy attitude of wrapping on the Genesis with. No, vocals and stuff. You're like. Yeah. These guys are funky to like now they're like actually putting full songs in the game. And like, this is the voice of jam. And you're like my name is Toby. I like to wrap in a toe jam. We'd like it way. Yeah. It's I it's not that bad. It's not fucking improv comic. Freestyle rap battle bad. Not Barney rubble bad. But. I did not like anything that I heard out of the wrapping or for this. And but I felt the same way about the third game that XBox game. That was just. Not good. Dmc five throughout. You see that new character trailer? I haven't seen the no I haven't I come to view has come to brought a bunch of animals like a new fighter or something that you can play as as a bird Jaguar and something else that just something that happens in the middle of combos like the bird attacks like ban ETA would use hair. It was it was like a montage of like. V fighting it. Let's I don't know. Visuals of it looked like the most have kind of a weird morphine quality than dog. Yeah. I like it. I wasn't terribly impressed with the demo something about the way that it felt and how too much of a throwback to school devil may cry. And that, you know, you're still getting the walled off arenas and going up and sitting see. Yeah. Think so even that stuff wasn't the doer should DMC as well. But I I don't I don't know. It's gonna be interesting to see the three different place else. You know, the the different Garrick demolition. Looked neat seem like it. Yeah. You're you're right. It's a something about it seems off. But I, but I've never been a big enough devil may cry fan something to really not quite right to to be able to latch onto it one way or the other. So I'm open to change for sure. Let's see here the division to Tom Clancy's individual to. Yeah. That's a mid March release. I'm really impressed with how the talking about the endgame specifically of that game. That was a that was a problem with the first one. Seems like that they opened up a whole nother skill tree. When you hit next level. It seems like they're really. UB soft continuing in the grand tradition of we've heard what you are saying about our games that we are adjusting, accordingly Ramey suit great. It looks like. More division. It looks like more division than I'm ready for that. I didn't necessarily like every bit of DLC or everything they bolted onto the first game. But I felt all along that if they were able to take a second kind of fresh crack at it and be able to have a lot of those ideas in from the get-go at launch. I think that that could be a really tremendous game. We'll see we'll see. Let me go back to some voicemails here. Right. Hit me right here. It'd be with one terrible. Nathan from Olympia, Washington. What's the worst food to order on a first date? Chilly. Okay. Just a nobody looks good eating chilly. It's a chunky soup, which is one of the hardest things to eat gracefully. Yeah. Yeah. Too. I don't think I have to say, but there are some there's some aftereffects when it comes to Chile gets stuck in your teeth or something. Bill. It looks bad on the front of your shirt. Let's just say that can be quite musical. Music is music is good on a date. You want the mood. The mood thinking of all right? I make but music, but music, but but music music, but music, like Lawrence Welk. Messy shit. What's what's real messy, crab, legs crab legs? You can get crab. Oh, like anything. That's kinda like sucking out the zoo. Jesus priced I'm allergic. Okay. Definitely don't is. Especially generous sympathy or something where like maybe like, oh, I hate this. I know as allergic you have to save me. Oh, that's. Help. My wife's a big fan. And I'm trying to think of what food she looks the most disgusting. And that are crawfish. Throng gross. Yeah. You're cracking crab and chicken bones off thing. Like it. Just it does slurp got like really anything where you're just sucking it down. Maybe not the in my experience soda because the person on your date will judge you because I drink soda what? Yeah, I've ordered a coke. And then like my will be like what you drink soda. I have Drake soda in like twelve years, and then I'll feel judged and hurt the whole time. Yeah. Well, this person's drinking their sparkling water. Now that I have a problem with sparkling water, but I've got a problem with sparkles. Judging a little bit, you're right sparkling waters. Okay. It's fine. Certain flavors soda. It's not soda or then I'll get judged for drinking soda. No matter the type of soda. I mean, that's like I feel like that's fucked up because I like the alternative like well what I got wine like what you want. What you want? Let's let's get fucking go for it. Like sucking on these crab, legs crab legs. And we're getting wasted. I got a coq swan. Yeah. That exactly. Yeah. Tonight. Yeah. Yeah. Jerk. That's messed up that is messed up. I loaded up the tumbler on no that we focused for the podcast using years and years ago so long ago unearth on earth to couple of questions here. These are very timely. Good morning, Bradley, just thought I'd mentioned that the electron entertainment expo for the year of our Lord 2016 is nearly two months away. Oh, no. You're not rear not ready for that. One bit. And then here's another one also from anonymous what if an ex stands for Nintendo XBox? Right. Take that Sony. What if? Forces power of an X box and the charm on Borrego's. They're everyone's there. Mortal Kombat eleven is out in April. Yeah. I'm looking forward to seeing some more of this. I'm gonna try and go down to the event that they're having this month in this month of being meaning January since since they've been making very meaningful innovations like mortal Kombat and in Justice some really excited to see what they do like single player stuff that talk all about this game. Like. The loot stuff that was an injustice to they've talked about a character customization in terms of like a lot of costume parts. And maybe even like I thought I saw something that made it seem like you might do some some slight move customization as well, which is did do they have they had the in mortal, Kombat exile, chose a style. And each style might have different moves properties. And then in Justice to you would have loot that would replace a special with different special in limited cases. So they've played around with some of that stuff before. And I it's been okay. I don't know. I don't know that I need it. I don't know. I'm okay with a scorpion. That just played like scorpion. It doesn't have to be like this scorpions makes the fire come up from the ground. So don't pick that one. Is there anyone in the mortal Kombat lore who has not yet been represented that you want to see? Since the reboot. So they killed off a lot of character. Because. Immortal combat nine is actually like it's one two and three. So it's three games worth of lower. And it's the three games that I think matter in terms of the characters and Lor so a lot of the stuff after that kinda like Fujin, maybe the God wind he was an EMMY. And he was okay Rako who was maybe Xiaokang. I don't know is ending an K four is very strange. Maybe he would be all right. If they made him look less like, Robin. Or if they made it look more like. Just robin. 'cause they've got those animations around. I'm curious about the lower their use some they use them. Definitely. I'm curious about where the lower stands at this point the trailer. They put out they put out a press. Release long-sighted denoting that the trailer featured dark Rayton. Not eating evil. Rain dark Hawgood rating. So we're at that point in the story where rate turns evil. Manage? What is oh shit. It's because he's got Chinooks amulet. I think I don't know. It'd be that's the thing the minute quantity. And should not get involved. I feel like my interest in the mortal Kombat lower just starts to tank, and then someone at some point what about Barranco is. God again smoke smoke smoke two. He's played when I played that game. He's the grain injure. Yeah. Robot smoke blows up the world puts all those ball. Yeah. Cannon isn't it as a night, we'll game in a while not since nine I guess. Yeah. Night wolf like that spirit. Green axe thing. That's cool. And I almost pretty good. But I think over the course of the story in nine ton of characters died like transformers movie style striker think striker technically handed just read about that transformers the move. I didn't know about that. I like how they killed off all the characters. So they could sell a bunch of new toys and holy shit. The voice actors didn't even know until they got the script and started reading it. That's insane. Elegant and like how badly it messed with Hasbro's back like they saw a huge decline in sales people. A lot of the new toys were shitty up and all the stuff that that came from the the movie like a lot of those characters like the randomest prime figure. Just look mad also saw that they included exactly one shit. So they could get a PG thirteen radiance owed force parents to bring the kids. So the parents would see all the new toys and know what the by the Knicks. That's okay. I didn't know that was that they had gone that devious with it. It was pretty cool and ultra Magnus said shit. It was pretty cool news trying to open the matrix. And couldn't fuck and do it. Day's gone is out in April. Oh, jesus. Yeah. That's. That's. Came is not looked great. I don't know. Like, I feel bad for the people making it in a weird way. Because you know, that game got announced an has been shown in the same timeframe as last of us to and it's it's hard to escape those comparisons as both of them being first party Sony zombie games. But on merits days gone is looked dicey at best. I think. And so I you know, that that makes me want to know what it is. When it finally makes it out for sure. But, but yeah, I don't know. And then in may we've got rage to I'm excited for that one. I played at any three feels good. I like the powers it's got a cartoon violence vibe that I can get behind who would win Andrew w k or Bugs Bunny and. Depends. How much how little sleep Andrew w k has had batmans prep time thing. So he sleeps less is more effective. He's more effective, but more dangerous to himself so risk reward whole thing and teams racing also due out in may to the chance form they don't you team. You can pass your power from a to other people in your team. If you don't need them. Kind of how that works like a team boost for myself. Okay. Like dash. It's a triple A three three cars on the team. So it's a totally different. And it's three separate cars. So it's not like another character in the back of your car or anything like that. It's three separate razors. So it's like to if you're playing alone, and and so on and so forth. And then that's the stuff that kind of has dates we get into other stuff, you know, like a lot of the stuff isn't even necessarily dated for this year per se, but let control the remedy game control looks pretty cool. One game. I am pretty hype for that. I think is coming out next year is indivisible. No, sure. Sure. Yeah. We played what what labs alchemy. No lab zero zero. Yeah. I haven't played it. No. I'm played. It's cool. Yeah. It seems cool. And I was looking at up the other day and saw that it has the same composer who did secret about three which is one of my favorite video games on track. So I'm very excited. That's cool. Demo that you should try. Yeah. It was pretty good. We'll talk. Yeah. Is that that might be the PS four demo? That might be what I played before. He three was like their most recent demo over that they were going to put out as a PC them. Yeah. I think played down to. Okay. Yeah. It seemed cool. Yeah. It's dreams dreams. Running a beta as we're recording this, and no just dreams the media molecule there we go. I hope that's good. I hope it's good. Yeah. It's something I put a lot of time. But I I wanna see what we're shit people come up with definitely like it's that little big planet effective like maybe would get way into this. But even if you don't hopefully, they're good ways to surface, this weird shit that other people have made when I played that. It was just like here's a bunch of stuff that different people at media molecule made and the breadth on display there was was pretty crazy. It was really neat. See like good little multi-player Arcadi just one v one game and big weird story things in platforming and just like. There was a lot to it. The last time I played it made me able in the concept at least to where it seemed very easy to make things. And I think unlike Super Mario maker from the sounds of things they're going to let you record your own audio and included in the level you deliver fun. Okay. Which share it as well. Yes. From that was that was what I was doing. Hire pit bull aquaman song in my media molecule, that's a great idea level. So it sounds like they will have to moderate the shit out of that stuff. I'm guessing gears five. Seemingly out next year. Okay. I mean, you know, I know, you know, Minecraft dungeons the sequel of the follow up to mind craft show. Whoa. Dungeon crawler scrolls. Scrolls. Yeah. It's like you can afford you can play it up to four people. It's like a new kind of Minecraft like a more focused Minecraft thing. I don't know. We'll see horde mode. Royal seems more like a adventure. Okay. Kind of rogue light dungeon crawler type thing. So maybe like a road light. Yeah. Actually, I bet you're right. I bet you don't wanna be right. I'd rather have the battery. New pokemon. Hell, yeah. In theory, Janet like how many new book on hopefully, at least one hundred. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's that's how much it always trying to make a splash with their first big, Colorado camman. Maybe maybe one fifty. Yeah. It was just here's a new one fifty one. I'd I'd be down for a new one fifty not the Oji one. Yeah. What if they did a whole like poke him on new generation thing or like, basically, we're like, hey, all the old Pok Mon are dead. She's and so we've got starting with number one all over again. It's a Polk Amata reboot should go that extreme. But I think they could probably stand to call it down to like, here's one hundred of your favorite Pok, Mon from gentlemen through seven and they're back, then the new one then this catching them all. Yeah. I just want that if you want if you kill them. Okay. But if you're rating poke on up from the free games, which. At least a cool idea. Yeah. You need to have them all represents the skyline enders problem. Everything has to work everyone be here. I just want them to keep Jen. One through seven away until you finish Jen eights full game campaign. Yeah. And then it's like okay now, you can go back or I want them to hide like the previous lands that you could revisit like go. Do a Joe to- new visit conto again. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know after falling super hard into Pokemon again. It's just like fuck like do you try and make it simpler or do? You just continue to make more weird and complicated. Right. It seems like they split the difference a little bit because some of the aspects of just managing your party and even stuff like, hey, do you assign cut young replace a move or not or how the bikes work like they've been making those changes over the years? I wonder how much of let's go they will implement to generate like, hey, can I or while will it work with the? Ball. Yeah. Probably. Yeah. Like if they're going to have the same catching mechanic or will the ball just be a controller run us. Yeah. I don't know. I would love just a standard like online poker on battling type deal. Like, hey, you don't have to catch your poker on a breeder Pokomo? Just pick them shoes stats. You want shoes? Whatever like abilities and stuff. And then just go at it and battle online, I would love like an official Nintendo type deal of that. Yeah. Like a free mode. Just, hey, here's where you can play around with it. Yeah. Or, you know, here's the real mode where you bring in your real poke kind of like a drafting type deal, whatever. Yeah. Like Pokemon stadium. Okay. I want that. I don't think we'll get it though. Okay. But what if they? Okay. What are they reboot Pok Amman? Okay. Start over at number one. Okay. Shuffle. It all up and then on top of that get new artists to reinterpret what they think a peak itchy is or keep the names. Oh cheese. And it'd be like, hey, all right drama chick Rita. Okay. It's a piece of gum. Great and a Margarita. Great. Okay. It's a Marguerite with sticking out of it. Great put it in sick big on that and done. Yeah. Have it say it's name a bunch of times done Jake. Oh, that's another thing. I'd like I don't know if I want them to like have proper sound samples for each Boca mon- of say, it's name or just have the weird like digitize by that has also I don't know if I want to fully animate while I do the move 'cause they're doing it too. Real for you make the violence seemed to violent. I mean, I don't know if I'd be down for it. Because I haven't seen it. I guess like I would like a blast toys to shoot a water gun out of it's fucking tanks on the back of. Yeah. Instead of what if you could quit cool stuff on your poke Amman. So like, you got a squirrel with a knife in his teeth. Ocu- just comes over there. And just like try to swipe at the end like I yeah. I don't know. I want to customize trainer character to. Van Dana, give them a band. Dana. Give a bible and five bandanas tied to the arm and bible was a bible. That's fine. Yeah. Pope Amman bible. We call decks. Jam hit me with another voice mail. Yeah. Morning, gentlemen. I just had a quick question for Jeff. I've been watching the hip hop. Evolution show quicken warning. If he has watched it or not, I'm certainly no hip hop historian. But I've I've learned a lot. And I was wondering Jeff has learned anything if he's hurting music from it on just your here's thoughts. That's it. Thanks bye. Nope. I I've heard I don't I don't have a Netflix. I go watch the show got excited about it. He was like oh shit. I need to learn about hip hop. Sev- Aleutian, right? Yeah. No. I don't know. I like every time. I see more news articles about net. Flicks. Talking about like the stuff that they care the most about I feel better about really whether we paid a hundred million dollars, keep friends the fuck Netflix. I really don't need it. But that's in the bucket for them. So. Original stuff like must see. Must say must see TV. I think you can. Okay. Sure. There we go. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. It's it's a funny weird similarly of how much they're like spending to keep old stuff on. Yeah. And like investing to make the new stuff like original programming. It's interesting like that haunting of hill house show that kind of blew up in October last year. That was fantastic. I see that. Yeah. It's it's super good. Even if you don't like horror, but like, it's funny. They'll they'll do that. They'll stop a all of the marvel shows like deadpool bra daredevils. Yeah. Lou and stuff like that. But they'll keep friends on. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But if you think about it. I bet way more people. Yeah. They'll friends. I just wanna just wanna go through friends again, they're playing at they're barely paying attention to right. But like they just want to go back turned. Yeah. Into my pillow. Yeah. They got a divorce again. This monkey. Voicemail. All right. This one's a little long. All right. Hi, jeff. I've been hijacked. This is Eric from Cincinnati. Where am I from Cincinnati? What am I drinking? I am drinking Midi four locos. As was I'm driving home from work. That's. You ask because I stuck in bumper to bumper traffic haven't moved over an hour. Needless to say I furious. No my question you guys. This was Muendane every day. Occurrence pisses you guys off. What is your biggest pet peeve aside from traffic? Mine is anything falling in the shower. If I drop the shampoo in bangs against the shower floor hits since rage, just when I know what you gotta start when you're done. You have good one by now. Dr. Eric, buddy. What are you doing? Please. Don't get it together. I think I think at one point we did ask we didn't ask people to tell us what they were drinking. So he may have just freestyle that bit and it. Okay. Every year Currence really gets to me. The smell of shit and puke as I walk into San Francisco every morning. Yeah. Yeah. That's a big pet. Peeve of mine. I guess. I get on naturally irritated. When you see that pooh-poohed? Let's gosh. Darn it go to the bathroom. Yeah. That makes me mad people deciding just fucking sick of it people cutting in line for Bart like everyone. Yeah. Cues up. Normally, it's like, all right. Cool. We're humans and a civilized society and some assholes gonna like all right? Fuck y'all. I'm a zoom past you guys. Some some lady told me one time, you know, 'cause there's two lines right to get into each one. Yeah. She told me that the second line was the ones that are waiting for the next bus are the next train and she refused to move. And I missed my fucking train because I was in the right side. And it's like, no, maybe that's not how this works. And she kept like maneuvering back and forth and not anybody thought God, dammit. That's not how it fucking works. Yeah. That or the people that won't let the people coming off. Bart. Get off first before they pile in. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's a psych. Just let this person out. So we can all get it. Right. Like, there's a whole process to this. It's not hard to understand. I know some people it is for me commuting. It's definitely like. Driving around San Francisco lately has been gotten way worse one because they're doing a lot more construction around. But the thing that actually really gone nerves lot lately is every single car is an Uber or lift driver. Well, yeah, they are. So so unpredictable on the road because they barely know what they're doing. And and so they're pulling dumb fucking moves because they're just looking at the phone. That's telling them how to drive to get the word of the name to get to a lot of them. I get the impression do not drive in San Francisco. Very much. You know, people like, oh, why live outside the city. I'm driving in. That's where the fares are or whatever. And so you'll get them like fucking crossing four lanes of traffic all at once in crowded in crowded times. This this alley that actually is right in front of the building here, which is where we pull in to to get into our garage. A lot of times there will be drivers driving down. This that alley because the the AI is told them to do it. And then they get into it and realize this alleys under construction and getting through your takes forever. And so I'll pull into the alley and you can get through. It's just you have to weave through the construction to get there, and it can be a little tight, and they'll be trying to back up out of this one way alley as I make the turn. And that we backing up way too fast. And it's just like this is fucking. So not safe. Yeah. Related to lift drivers, the ones L just stop on a dime and then throw up their hazards. Yeah. And just let people out like you're like that's not saying like shirl just stop right on this corner right now. Yeah. And so many cars are flat. Legged have the stickers in the window. You don't know if they're actively driving someone or if they're on duty or just someone drive into their other whatever's going on, so it's it's hard to predict a taxi when you see a taxi, you see it and go that's a taxi. It's it might do certain things like pull the fuck over to let someone out. Yeah. And so you're just subconsciously aware of that all the time where the thing with all these people that are just like, here's my Prius. And it's it's it really really sucks. And I think that those the concept of those services is not like, I have no problem with it. It's yeah. The people are can earn a living. But it's just I don't know that there are living. I think. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hopefully, it's working out for some people out there. I don't know. It's scary. But but yeah, I have used those services. I was all I will likely use them again. But there's just a certain part of it where it's like, they're they're bringing on people that are maybe not good drivers. And it's not something where like you're in the car right voting them down for bad driving because they're driving. They're pulling these dick moves on your behalf. And you're barely even noticing because they're should in the back someone else's car. It's me the person who cannot rate them and be like, hey, you tried like fucking shit. Yeah. I have no recourse. They don't have a bumper sticker to. No, there's no my driving. Dial one one eight hundred shit. Bumper sticker on their car. So Hoover get on it. And that's right. Maybe just I'll just call one hundred Chit and just yell into the phone, which give me one more voicemail wrap it up. Cool. That from New Orleans here. How you doing great cool people, isn't it? So quick question. I started the YouTube channel recently that's been getting some decent traction. I've been doing a lot of history videos about fighting James, and I've actually started to get a decent subscriber base. And the concept of having been for my content is very very weird to me. How was it? Like when you guys I found out that you had fans, I know Jeff, it's it's been a while since he probably had this first realization, then this is probably more of a recent thing for you. So I guess could you let me know how you dealt with having a following for the first time that's guys in. Drinks and give you money. If you see us on the street, you have to give us my dollar five dollar appearance fee, whereas my five dollars here on the bar. I was going to be on. Hey, it's when you get a following. It's great because now you're charged with responsibility of shaping young minds. Yes. And it it's one thing YouTube has been great at. It's shaping young minds. When I pulled out this Email. I was I mentioned the topic. Sure. But I I was really curious about kind of what he mentioned about Jeff, you know, the internet was a really different place back when you were kind of sure getting traction. And what have you noticed the differences between like being like you were influence? There wasn't a thing. You just like you worked in the press. You know? Yeah. You had a personality, and you did a lot of stuff. So it lends to growing a fanbase now pretty much anyone can theoretically dead a fan base. It's just there's all these different nations and stuff that fits into right? It's it's weird. I don't know. So I think for me the first time, I realized that there was anyone actually, well, they were real people and actually some of them liked it because there were certainly just like all the feedback. We got you know. You know, working reviews at gamespot was just like people shitting all over it mental. Yeah. Mad about something. You know, whatever just it just becomes noise. At some point. We did a couple of live events at gamespot. But it never really, I don't know. It wasn't. It wasn't until there was like a lot of fervor or whatever around me losing my job and starting to start this site or started starting now the road of building giant bomb and stuff that was the first moment where like, oh, this is. Okay. I guess I guess like you see the traffic numbers like a million people click on your review today, or whatever. And like, okay, whatever it's just it's meaningless just like those the numbers the same numbers tomorrow. Whatever. And and so yeah, like that all happened to me around the time that Twitter. Ed started in Twitter existed at that point. But it was very nascent. It was not what it was. What is now or even what it was five years ago when it was kind of good? And so it was kind of perfect storm. Just like okay now people are way more accessible on the internet than they were before. Because of the way social media is going and so that helped to get the word out and stuff like that. And then. Yeah, I don't know. It's the influencers thing. Just the way things are now. And yeah, you talk about like anyone can kind of get a follow some kind of following. Yeah. Yeah. I read an article I think it was in the Atlantic. There's been going around for the past few days about people on Instagram doing fake brand deals. Yeah. I saw that it was like people going out and buying something. And then taking pictures of it and using language that sounded like an ad and very much trying to appear like they are sponsored because that is now a status symbol, especially for kids in school and stuff. Like, oh, you sponsored like, oh, yeah. You know? Oh, you know. Yeah. Like faking sponsorships new my uncle, works, Nintendo. Yeah. It's like I was gonna say Canadian girlfriend, but yeah, congratulations you sold out for zero dollars. Yeah. You paid for the thing even this. And it's. Man that is some fucking dark shit. So. Yeah, that stuff really has that kind of allegation, and such such I guess so. Yeah. But like, the it's it's less about needing validation. Because I get it for sure on that end. It's more that like those of the depths or that's the desire. It's not like, hey, I want I want to be seen for being me and being unique and being this. It's like, I literally want to appear like I am just like all these other influencers taking all these same brand deals and just saying whatever corporate America is telling me to say, yeah. That's the thing that people are aspiring to achieve is. Just fucking scary grid. But I guess looking at it and reading the articles of it's a good read. You see how we got here. You look at it. And you know, all the levers are in place to fuck make people think that that is something to aspire to and on some level. It's almost like fake it till you make it thing. If like you're out there looking like, you're doing brand deals, maybe some Brandel show up and be like, hey, what are your rates? Right. Maybe it'll happen for you. I don't even know if that's what you really that's how you wanna make a living. But there those stories of people like plunging themselves in debt to try to peer to be an influence or like all over the world. Yeah. And then have nothing to show for it, except like another surmountable thousand followers if that if that. Yeah. It's like it makes collecting beanie babies, which was another thing send people into murderous debt. You know, not that long ago. It makes that look sane by comparison. Yeah. Totally. It's that stuff's just bizarre. Like, you just look at it. And I just I felt sick reading the article just like God. What have we become as a people? This is this is haunting frightening. So I don't do that with your fighting game history videos. I read a book, my theater teacher recommended to me after graduate high school is called the sincerity and authenticity. And just those two words alone man's like be sincere bionic like who you are rather than fucking chasing, an image of what a YouTube influence or is. Yeah. Just staying true to your own brand and your own brand being who you are rather than like having the fucking like sell out. Sure. I mean, if you if you're building following now, those people. Are theoretically, washing your videos for reason? Yeah. Right. And so pivoting into well. I'm gonna go full YouTube in in the dark sense. Like, that's not gonna might make sense from a seen these other people who did it. And I'm going to do what they did kind of way. But honestly, people really do appreciate authenticity and like genuine enthusiasm and stuff like that. And when you get to a point where you can't produce it because you're behind like four layers of presentation and other shit, you'll lose it. Yeah. It's weird. Yeah. Because know sometimes. Sometimes it seems like the people at large don't actually care about that stuff because you see other people out there doing a lot of brand deals or producing a lot of gaming related content. Civically just because that's the part I'm paying attention to that. Are that will say anything do anything like if you show up at the check there, you know, they'll they'll wear your speaker hat. They don't care. And other for five bucks. But like speaker, those people are still getting by, you know, it's still working for them in a way that maybe pays the bills for them. So it's like, I can't I can't fault them. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. For taking for for doing that sort of stuff for taking those types of deals and for taking those shortcuts or whatever you like to think that that's not good longterm. Strategy. Just like, oh, well, I'm gonna say whatever and as long as people like the whatever's coming out of my mouth and the sponsors will keep coming that people will keep coming at all work out. Like you look at that. And you think there's gotta be reckoning someday. But I don't fucking know that there's going to be because I would have said it would've happened by now and. I don't know. It's it's the internet's fucking weird. I don't know. I just I just that's the I kinda just like just keep doing what we're doing. And try to find ways I think for us. It's a business. It's like, oh, let's find better ways to get what we are already doing out to more people. And so. For us. It's stuff like that. It's not like, hey, can we totally change what we're doing to be more like this other thing because that seems to be successful or more successful or whatever, and we can grow that way. It's more like, okay. Well, we feel like we've got this core of it. And we're doing pretty well. Doing quite well. And then okay. How do we how do we turn that into something bigger? How do we get more people into the fold? How do we expose ourselves to people all over the world and grow it from there and chaining without without? Yeah. Or with? Yeah. Without making dramatic changes to to what we do or the tone, or we offer it if they're easy ways to this. The other thing I think we've been stubborn in that sense in a way to. Like when it comes to YouTube specifically, like we've we've very much just been like, we're gonna put videos up on YouTube, and that's it. No time spent on tags. How do we name him? Whatever way of you know, that the strategy on that will come and go we just don't give shit like these days. I think we're taking a slightly. More hands on. Approach to YouTube where it's like I'm going in. And like, oh these videos tagged right and doing just like doing the bare minimum. They are still the exact same videos. And we're getting a little bit more out of them, which that's the ideal. Right. Is we just we find ways to play in other people's ecosystems the way that people play in those ecosystems because bringing one hundred percent of what we do to that platform. It's only going to do. So well. You have to play YouTube for YouTube. You can't just really stubborn and be like fuck it. It's gonna push it up on YouTube and expect it to be the biggest thing going. Yeah. So it's like if you're just trying to play basketball, but you're actually playing slam ball exactly play within those rule. Yeah. You gotta you gotta you gotta exploit the rules. Still go for the three. Yeah. But don't forget, you could get two points for slamming it in their exactly. And that's that's there's value in that. So I don't know. That's the sort of stuff that I think that's the approach. We always take is like we're going to do what we do. No matter. What? And are there little things we can tweak around the edges to make that work for other places. And if there aren't that we just up there. And it's it is what it is. We here's our stuff like it or leave it. And kinda just just go that way with it. I think it's going to do it for us here for twenty nineteen. That's it signing off. Back in twenty twenty with another Bod cast, and we got a Bank all the twenty nineteen podcasts for the year up because we're just taking the whole year off. Oh, yeah. No. That's exactly. Yeah. No pro-. Probably. I mean, this is live right now shit. Yeah. Well, no editing it I guess we're just on it. But okay might as well. Open the Komodo on this one. We've decided to spend the year getting out there and representing brands for dollars on Instagram. Komo news. Komo brand is is pretty pretty exciting. They do a subscription box were pretty every month. Yeah. One new KOMO every month. 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December 5th, 2020

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December 5th, 2020

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Asu offensive lineman. Kyle metallica murphy. Katie us am ten. Sixty tempe phoenix in k. selects hd two scottsdale. Phoenix is home for the dan. Patrick show this program is paid for by the jv sports and its partners. You're listening to the. Jv sports show talking nc aid a jew coat community college and high school sports. And now here's host. James booby and vince dooley. Ceo good morning phoenix arizona. Welcome to another edition of the. Jv sport show james alongside. My broadcast partner visit lease. You visit other exciting evenly of high school football round the valley Talking to you about what happened over there sunrise mountain. Well we lost our internet connection. It was the worst Literally jones was the worst night of my life. I've had pretty bad nights of my life but last night. I was so so distraught. We we work so hard to get a connection. Listen to this so we got there at four thirty setup check sound everything make sure everything's good connections well. A couple of knuckleheads unplugged are feed in the box and everything went off literally five minutes before the game was to start and and we could never. We couldn't recover we. We got the first half We ended up getting the first half done. We came in late into the first quarter and the game. It was a running running game was there was a lot of running so the clock was moving fast. We got the first half done second. Half we lost our internet connection and it was. It was a mess. But fortunately for campbell verdy We didn't we went off. Lawmakers were we went off line so young when there's always a silver lining. Why not to hear that. Because i was looking forward to hear about the game was the game. The overall sunrise my line was it was great for day trying to figure out how to broadcast game. Yeah it was great for sunrise mountain. I mean sunrise mountain came out the masterful game plan. you know. they've got these two running backs. That are just amazing. And and and they've got to tune of their quarterbacks I mean they are a stack team and ages ran up and down the feel. Now the the final score was twenty. Three and campbell. Verdy i mean they. They just could not get on track last night. We're going to hear from coach. Ryan freeman to talk a little bit about it. I mean they had a great season on the last but but sunrise mountain. I mean they are going to be a force. Next week. I it's going to be a compelling matchup with iron will tell me about ironwood now that game is going to be awesome. Really looking forward to that ironwood I was extremely impressive. I mean we'll hassle. You've seen him play. I don't know if you've seen any film on this guy. I hadn't really same until last week. And i call him baby cham. Because that's what he looks like on the field he's even got to the hand war thing on the back in on strapped around his back and throws the football unbelievable. He'll run it. he'll run inside. He doesn't run out of bounds and looking for easy. Are he'll run you over. And they have so many weapons and that's going to be a fantastic game Notre dame prep came in They were flat for most of the first half of the came out in the second half showed a little bit of resilience and then towards the end of the third quarter. They really started porn and on and then in the fourth quarter. They'd kept going a little bit but it was too much to overcome and on the line with us. Now you know this gentleman. Hamster ed cole. He was on the call with me last night and chime in here at tells more about football game tells him a little bit more about those ironwood eagles. Well gentlemen thank you first of all for having me on your program. It's always an honor and a pleasure to be with you coach. Jp with j. p. last night on such a great broadcast we had last night press coach. Fortunately everything worked for us. We had no technical issues on our side Man well so so tell us more. You know the reason why you had no technical issues. Just because you got ed cole. On the mike helping out exactly what guy is like this guy brings with him rainbows and unicorns. I mean he's like happiest guy. But i will. Echo what j. p. said about william haskell this kid the san diego state commit he he is a baby cam newton by his mannerisms by the way he looks on the field by the way he carries himself by the way he orchestrates offense like he did last night. just for instance the last touchdown. He threw to christians in the way. He just directed steiner to run over the middle and directed him in the proper direction. Where you can lead that ball imperfectly christians and this guy. Steiner christianson has also defense events so So on ironwood. They've got guys. That are two way studs and chris had two touchdowns last night. A larger. sandra said two touchdowns licensed sanders is an absolute monster. Sunrise mountain is going to have to account for him. They've got so many weapons like set standards Allies hernandez my window. So many christians center put it all. Goes through william half. Their defense is great. But if you can't stop number. One sunrise mountain is going. Be in a long night next friday night at north canyon. High school if they can affect william haskell but give credit to their offensive line for keeping his jersey pretty much cleaned all night like j. and i said in the broadcast he. He rarely got pressure last night. He got tackled. Maybe once or twice the entire game because he was so affected he read everything pretty much from the pistol or the shotgun formation formation. Which of course gives them more time to be to be even more deadly and just slice up their defense when she did last night but he when he was under pressure ed he talked about. He didn't show any fear but it's he stood back there. Not that that went. South gonna come over here right quick and i'm gonna go this way. We'll check over here. It just this can be very few things was going to be a great game tonight. It was going south for notre dame. Prep they started on their first drive. They had penalties which back them up. Then then tyler threw an interception in the first quarter and And aren't would capitalize off that and before you know it. They're down early. And then it's twenty seven nothing at the half like jp state and then it all just no-ball. It was all snowball effect. You went up thirty four and by that time we kind of knew the game was in hand for ironwood but give credit for notre dame they back scored fourteen points then Haskell tickets boys down there got that touchdown put him a forty one. Fourteen give more credit to the things they did not die. They came back and got another touchdown. Made even more twenty to ironwood is a fantastic football team. Sunrise mountain has got a mountain of molehill to try to to affect next friday night at seven pm will certainly be an interesting match up to say the least i mean i. I'm excited. I'm excited because of what sunrise mountain brought to the party last night. And like i said you know they left. Nothing on the sideline i mean. They threw everything at camp verde. And then some and campo verde did everything they could to to To try and stop but they just couldn't. I mean it was. It was an amazing game. It was an amazing game to say the least so You know i i. Yeah i can't wait. And i you know i gotta tell you. I mean ironwood because of where they sit in. The valley have not exactly been hotbed for for sports. And it's just all of a sudden. There's just been this resurgence so you're telling me it. Basically starts and ends with with one kid on their team while they got a number of weapons Will have just one of those guys Luke nash from the running back position Those receivers and we haven't even touched them defensively when we got a couple more minutes here but we can talk about the defense for another ten minutes. Oh my gosh yes we just we just talk about the your standards. His kid plays plays the the running game so well. The kid is almost unstoppable. I compared him last night. The derrick henry because he kept churning and cherney even when it looks like the defense was gonna stop him. He kept fighting a loud derrick. Henry just get almost unstoppable an unfolding a front down -able if i can make up a new word all i liked but when he gets back there in the in the secondary defense he was so effective again last night defensively as well. Jp yeah a couple of those guys and then elisa sander. This guy's going to be on some radars if he's not already number seventeen ironwood. That's all i'm gonna say. Number seventeen for ironwood both sides watch. Yes watch for him next friday night. He is a major factor in their offense and their defense and on special teams. Can't wait guys. We got more football coming today. Yes we most certainly do when we in our next segment. We're gonna come back with Sunrise mountain head. Football coach steve decker. He'll he'll talk to us a little bit about. Last night's game gives us his take walking away with the win and playing next Friday night state championship game against ironwood Then we'll have a head football coach ryan freeman from campo verde kinda give us his take and talk a little bit about the good things That you know that he saw last night and even some of the things he needs to come back in and work on l. Fortunately for him he's got. He's got a pretty young team overall. He's he's losing a couple of key guys. that But but the future looks bright over there On valves in that two zero two. And and then after that we're going to visit with some three coaches and be a little little fun today. James you and i are going to be working a game together. Except we're going to be calling it for different outlets. Yes it's going. Be fun we're gonna be out at coronado high school which i've never. I don't think i've ever even been to coronado. I haven't done a game there and that'll be cool i tonight's facility and we got three game coming up at one o'clock that's gonna be snowflake coming way down from up north and They're going to battle. La queen alia gilbert north under coach. Randy rice and said. You had a chance to talk with coach this. We tried to them. But i just couldn't actually no. I had an opportunity to speak with coq. Solomon coach rice store full beyond with this. This morning we saw echoed solomon will be running that That interview. He actually he could make it on the air with us this morning Because they're going to be traveling down and he didn't wanna take a chance with You know come through the mountains From the white mountain area of having a bad connection so we prerecorded something a good interview And we'll be We'll be hearing from him about halfway through the show coach randy rights or if there's a lot of There's some back story with this rivalry. Now you wouldn't think albert and snowflake what kind of rivalry but coach rice store for a head football coach at shallow and their major rival is snowflake and overnight so low levels up in the white mountains The and in this year's team the la gilbert north and snowflake there. They are nearly identical in in position. Strengths Coaches i mean everything. Is it runs such a parallel and they played each other. The first game of the season of which of which snowflake one was very close game. They won by two and now today is going to be someone's final game of the season so it's fitting that this match funny events when when you ask the coach that question you say. Hey you know this other coach. What do you know about this guy away now and then they give you that big long. Inhale kind of chuckle. I know this guy and they played football together. It's going to be a really good match up. They know each other very well Coach rice door. Almost the entire coaching staff is a family member in one way. Or another so. He's got a brother-in-law on the coaching staff at all kinds of stuff going on. So that's it's a tight knit group and it's going to be a great battle and then The three game tonight at six. Pm is going to be the visiting pusch ridge alliance against the home. Excuse me push ridge. Tonight is facing off against cans again. You'll be the one you're going out to the open. I'll be at the open coverage chandler in liberty. And i'll see my buddy ed cole out there as well so looking forward to that. Today's game where he's going to do it for us. In terms of the three eight we're going to have broadcasted every division every level of football this year. So i'm excited to do that as well. Yes going to be great. We got more football. Come your way in the next weekend championship weekend. So everybody stay with us. More to come. We're going to be joined by. Steve decker and coach ryan freeman from the campbell verdicchio when we come back stay tuned in the. Jv sports show. We'll be right back with you. Take us away. Big ed cole. Thanks for having me on appreciation. Extra point with kayla more tomorrow and bob camp ticket deeper dive into the sports world pits the one hour show from twelve noon to one free hearing katie. Us am ten sixty dive into the world of arizona. High school college for each week on the gb sports. Show post ben stiller. Ezio and james booby breakdown. 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Oh two three eight zero four five eight four or email. Pull that he as at g. L. dot com to request your free weekly pool service evaluation. Who that. he the answer to the dan. Patrick show weekdays from seven to ten. Am katie us. Am ten sixty. It's jv spirit. Show highschool spotlight so on a saturday morning. Welcome back to the gb sport show. It's time for our gb sport. Show high school spotlight. We are frisbee. Joined by head coach. Ryan freeman code journalists. I fence i. You know i i think so. Coach a air. Do we have Coach decker into calling in okay coach freeman coach ryan freeman. Good morning sir. Good morning how you doing you know kind of a an awkward question vets. No one of those. You feel like pushing me in the face for asking the proper question. Tell us what is the proper question. You know There is no proper question directly on the morning after. That's why i'm not upset. I was actually getting to open coach. Ragsdale with very on putting on my back porch. In god's country looking at that god's country i don't even know if it rains out there. Does it ever rained out here. We get at least one. Wow coach that was a that was a heck of a game less than i gotta tell you first of all okay. You're going to hear this a lot over the next few weeks again. It's there there are no such thing as moral victories. Congratulations on this first season. Leading the coyotes. What a season lead your team despite a pandemic despite quarantines despite this despite that you lead your team to a semi-final appearance in nearly pulled off an upset to to get into a state final and that alone speaks volumes. So congratulations for that. I appreciate that. Thank you The other thing also obviously is that you played a pretty darn good team last year. And if you know you you know what they say. I mean you wanna you wanna be the best you got to beat the best and tell us a little bit about what you face last night. I'll tell you what Sunrise mountain has some great athletes over there. And i don't think they realize they're sizing their steve do you see them in person Their secondary they had a couple of guys number nine eight just large individuals who are able to move really well over the field number. Seventy two to them are. He'd been playing defense last couple week. They throw them in as a second offense to tackle at that. Young man was. He wasn't wrestling I personally had been on the offensive side of the ball so really caught us off guard. You know what is one of four hundred. I don't think i did to help. Our defensive staff adjust and before the game You know without adjustment and so kudos who coach decker and a staff coach if you were if you were breaking out to get a chance to see your game last night I haven't got a chance to look at that yet. I'm looking forward to doing so. But if you were going to break down your game last night for about a minute or so as a sportscaster. How'd you break it down and tell me about the game last night well Physical rough game It look on the ball Each team had. I wanna say it was Three four possessions in the first half It was a very physical downhill game. we face the challenge of losing cayden. Calloway again for the second year in the state semi and the early part of the game last year we were able to adapt with pizza rolls. Today we just couldn tackling this year and sunrise was able to dominate. The line of scrimmage and control the game and control the ball throughout the first and second half and losing coach. You're losing a few kids. You're losing a few key seniors cayden calloway. Being one of them running back You've got some guys on defense mark liano a few others That in. But you've got some guys stepping in that that that should be able to Continue the role if not bring you back to that state final appearance. Next season fingers crossed Tell us over about the future buyers that i think it's very diet when we just i was actually talking with my wife this morning about it off. Receivers coming back. We have two starting offensive line. Come back we've got riley coming back quarterback and you know we've got a motto. Comeback on offense assignable kodo. We coach hold on a second. You said you were talking to your wife about your roster. You know this morning. When i was talking to my wife about. She made me clean out the vacuum cleaner. So we're talking to her about your roster where she giving you tips on you know dump this guy this guy you gotta play him more. I mean what is the guy at the yanks come on. Let's be honest. He was a she was throwing the app. Because i think things very and that don't matter how that game turned out injuries. This that you know i feel personally responsible That i wasn't able to put those kids in the proper position and and my wife was helping. Put everything in perspective Mainly she needs to go shopping and you got better not be voting around the house today. I got yeah. A lot of coaches. Don't don't feel coast. There's a lot of coaches today. That are gonna get a honey. Do list that's been being that's been being developed over the last few months. So don't worry there's coaches are going to get that honeydew list today. But congratulations on a successful season. You have to call it a successful season coach and the reason you take it personally because you care and the kids know that they can see that. And that's why they're willing to play hard for you. So congratulations get on successful season and it will be keeping track of the coyotes going forward. Thank you sir. All right campo verde high school head. Football coach ryan freeman tough loss last night and to sunrise mountain who will be playing in the state championship game next week against ironwood and joining us on the line. The victorious head football coach of sunrise. Mountain steve decker coach decker. Good morning sir. Good morning how. You guys doing coach. Not as good as you heck of a game last night. Heck of a win. Congratulations pre brichet. That yeah thank you give us a kind of a little rundown. You came out running the ball right away. Had some success early and just milk that clock. My god i i swear. It was must have been seven thirty at halftime last night. Yeah you know that you know. That's the game plan going in. And you know we need to be physical upfront. Run the ball so we were able to do that. Coaches sounds like you guys live by the motto of on the rock and control the clock. That was one of the keys to the game last night. For the notre dame prep saints against ironwood. Unfortunately they weren't able to do that. What do you know about this. Would eagles football team that. You're going to face next friday night for the state championship. I'm so excited to watch that football game. What do you know about that ballclub. And i'm sure you guys have already been starting to think that since Since the last night's game yeah. We're we're breaking down film right. Now are very good team. They beat us earlier in the year. You know we're gonna have to be really good this week and you know got a you know Gotta bring the run game. That'd be able to pass the ball. I mean like you said super athletic team and we're gonna have to be really good when it coach. You didn't throw the ball a lot last night but when you did. I mean travis ward at your quarterback was really effective getting it out there but the three guys that i really want mention and and get a little more background on them are Number ten will number. Yeah number ten last night. Julian espa running back number. Forty tommy arnold and then number twenty one brennan bogart and played both ways for you to i mean those guys got a trio will backs in your offense. Tell us a little bit more about each of them. Yeah i mean you know. Both of them are all three of 'em really bring bring a different deal. I mean we get a little lot. More speed with bogie brandon. And then julian and tom really you know block for each other and really play for each other and really pound the ball. So you know. We're lucky to have those three for sure. Coast talk a little bit about your defensive coordinator and the tasks that he hasn't had this week to prepare for this Faulted ironwood and the critical role that he plays in your football team success next friday night. Well we have to defensive coordinator cody defense coordinator bob ramirez and and Jerry craven's and they worked together and do a really really good job and yeah they've we ever answered this week. We got a lot of the a lot of talent on that. Offense will at quarterback in a bunch of receivers that are you know very athletic and so we got our hands. But we know that and But you know they put in the work. We'll be prepared up this week kucha. So i'm assuming you guys are going to be watching a lot of film today. The celebrating over when you bring the kids back in and And how does the week overall i mean. It's a friday night game. So you know your schedule would be somewhat like a normal practice schedule. I suppose with the exception that this is the state championship so Are you making any Any alterations to your schedule. You're going to ease off the guy's a little bit too. What's that gonna look like for. You can discuss any of it. Yeah it'll be it'll be the same. We don't practice on saturday. We coaches come in and work all day saturday and we give the kids the weekend off. We always do and they'll come in monday. Ready to work. We'll have a normal workweek and You know and be ready for friday place from sunrise minutes. I'll get the weekend. That's a rare thing. But that's great. Because i guarantee your kids are going to bust on monday when they come in and i can't what they do. That's why you guys are in the state championship next friday night. So congratulations again on your success again. I can't wait to watch the game next friday and good luck over there at north canyon. High school i appreciate that and thanks for what you guys do you know celebrate needs kids appreciate it. Thank you coach. That means a lot so dagger sunrise mountain head football coach with a state finalist appearance next week for a chance to be a state champion at the five level. So that'll be exciting james Tell you when you think of the opportunity. These kids have and the memories they are creating now that thirty years from now they'll look back and they'll you know i look back at my experiences thirty years back in and and i go a little uncle rico from napoleon dynamite and wonder gosh we done this just a little bit differently. Tweak this tweak that we could be like these kids at sunrise mountain. They were going to be playing in a state championship. Yes if i could go back to eighty to ninety four and the case for me. If i go back to ninety four i would win state but i know exactly what you're saying vince. I i was rummaging through the what else. Clean up the water heater mess a week or so ago garage and i found a program from the last high school football game i played in. It was our last. It was by district championship or whatever it was called back then and i did not have a mullet. I was j flattop easy maintenance. Oh man yeah the. Yeah exactly and i saw that thing and the flood of emotions come back into the game. Never leaves you. But i try to tell these kids every week when i see him on the field. You better enjoy this. Because you're never gonna have this much fun again. And this is your peak. It's all downhill our work with coach k. Solomon a snowflake thanks for they can. 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So we got interviews with the snowflake when we got interviews as well coming up with coach randy rise from ailey gilbert north. But tell us what about your conversation with kasama. And then we'll listen to that great and really nice guy and you could tell he's in it for the right reasons. Don't find that at times but for the most part this season. That's what we found with all the coaches that we spoke to and and In indefinitely the case here with snowflake high school with the loaves you talk about a way of life up in the white mountains. It's all about snowflake and these kids are it's ingrained in them at a young age In up through the ranks. So i yeah we prerecorded this one because co solomon was concerned that with the bus ride down which he's doing right now. He may be tuned in right now so morning. Coach solvent snowflake devils team but So he wanted to make sure that that he could say what he needed to say. An answer our questions without the uninterrupted or concern over cell spotty service so Aaron let's go to that. We're going to coach. Solomon now a snowflake high school lobos head football coach k. solemn bush tape. How you doing sir doing great. Thanks how are you awesome. Thank you well. Let's talk a little bit about this season. So you guys were seven one this year. You know what makes this year. Different interns the year team over over the previous five. Well it's a. I mean i don't know that i could say it's a lot different but This is this is a. We're we're pretty deep. We have good depth this year. We have You know a lot of a lot of good position players A little bit more than we usually have. We did our senior night. Actually that night. I sort book came up for around sixteen and i was. I was a little surprised taken aback. I have a son on the team. Who's a senior. But i was standing out there with the rest of hurt in years and we got a lot of seniors on this evening. We're we're losing a lot this year. So we're we're we got good senior leadership. We've got a lot of guys attributing and you'll see as you look over our roster. If i on on saturday that we have a lot of seniors that are contributors this football and i know this obviously this. This saturday is is the most important game of the season for that matter being a semi final game but is there one game from this past season. That seems to stick out to you. That was like a an a ha moment for your squad whether it be you know something. That was amazing. That happened or something where you said that we need to go back in and work on a little bit more for sure. We definitely turned a corner since the one loss. The round valley game October thirty s. We lost to them over there at their place in the dome Any any losses A big time for self reflection. What are we doing what we need to do better and we definitely found some things that we we saw. That came out of that game that we knew we had to improve on to get to this point which was obviously was our goal deep into the playoffs and and so we back to back to work on a lot of things that we knew we had check knew. We had the weapons. We have the athletes. Do we needed to do. We just need to team and coach and plan a little better and more kids more accountable days and we've definitely done that fence. And and even these past few weeks we continue to accept in that direction after. Just become a better football team overall. Let's talk about a couple of the kids on your team and a couple of the outs starting with the quarterback position young man by the name of kagan cantrell. He's he's just a junior a fifteen hundred yards passing thirteen touchdowns three interceptions averaging about one hundred sixty nine yards per game completing fifty. Eight percent of this is an and adding on top of that. Another two hundred. Thirty eight yards rushing. What does this young man. Your program okay. You know. first of all what he does. And that stat lines impressive. He does things on the football field but guns because he has the heart of a competitor. Cayden gets out I've known him. You know i work at our junior high here in in our school district and and kayden used to come to me and junior high and ask coach. What do i have to do to start as a freshman he wanted to be a varsity starter as a fresh and And he was. he's a gifted athlete. And you know. I just didn't look you got to work hard. You gotta win and position and that didn't happen but But came has been playing with uh Since last year's off more back quarterback he brings a just a on a great work ethic. You know he's. He's attacked the kid who he's he's gonna get extra quarterback training. He's going to the gym working with personal trainers on his own. He's doing everything he can He sees living part of his dream right now at the starting quarterback for us year but he's also got big goals to move on and go beyond this and go play at the next level. And i think he's very capable of being able to do that. You've got another young man on your roster who the stat line sticks out above every everyone else. And he's a two way. Starters names taryn green last week. Had one hundred sixty three yards rushing on twelve carries in in manta win over christianity's averaging twelve point six tackles per game is a linebacker. Where do you find out. Terrain is a a superman. He has been for a few years. He's another three year starter for us and as a linebacker. He's actually are three defensive player of the year from up in this region up here He's a tremendous. Linebacker has been for years started as a sophomore at inside linebacker Through the past couple years. He's gotten more reps at running back and especially this year and the more impressive thing about that stat line. He's completely missed. Two games due to injury this year and then been limited in in but if you others still has put up really good not and we're the beneficiary of that One thing you'll note from that game. Last week against venus christian taryn had twenty three tackles and sixteen of those were solo tackles from his linebacker position. And i know. I know people kinda raise an eyebrow tackle stats like. Oh yeah coaches pat. Those things like that. But that's not the case with my defensive coordinator coach hargrove does the defensive stats or us. And he does not tackle stat The time of possession in that game Famous christian had the ball. Thirty six out of the forty eight minutes of that game We have the ball about twelve eleven. Twelve minutes and in that tyranny right with those twelve carries he he rushed for one hundred over one hundred fifty yard and then we played a heck of a lot of defense and so fast. Why he he had a monster game on both sides of the ball and darren. He leads our team. You know we we play a few games without him with some of those injuries. But he was back in one hundred percent on friday night and and We when we got him into practice last week it was like a caged lion been let loose. He was just ready. You could see he was ready to be back on the field and playing football and that's what we saw from him friday night. She'll coach i. This is a fitting. I think this is fitting opponent. Because you started the season with them. They started the season with you. One of you guys. This is going to be your last game this season. One of you one of your team and your so evenly matched solid quarterback position solid. Running game solid defensively. You had the upper hand in that opening game on october second winning by two points. Twenty to twenty. What do you expect it. What are you seeing on these guys on film on with his l. a. gilbert north. Well we there are very good football team. They have a lot of weapons. A lot of threats that have to be covered and be fences leader fast and their physical You know there are very well coached team on both sides of the ball and their special teams as well so we know that we we have to prepare well I know for a fact that they walked out of here back in september after that first game. They were disappointed in that loss. They felt like they had played better than that. And if they were a better team than than than than than that. And i'm sure that they are working hard and and Preparing well for what they need to do to win a football game though. I have a lot of respect for coach. Rice store of dry store coached against him when he was after shallow. And you know we know what he likes to do offensively where we're a little bit office opposite in that approach you know we. We like to use the passing game to kind of loosen things and help our running game. Go try stores a little bit the opposite of that mindset. He likes to throw the ball and he'll uses running game. Just keep your defense honest and have to play all aspects of the defensive side though. I think you'll see some of that on on saturday as you as you watched that game You'll see too well coached teams. You'll see two teams. That are very evenly matched in in a lot of different ways. I expect the release of gang. Snowflake care head football coach k. Solomon seven and one facing a l. a. gilbert north. Seventy one saturday afternoon. Coronado high school one pm butch. Congratulations on the season. Good lock on this afternoon and look forward to talking to you in just a few hours anxious. That's yes early. Vim really good stuff right there with coach. Solomon some fantastic interview time with them. Glad you got to catch up with him. I also got the spoke with a cane. Cantrell and terry green those players that you mentioned kim cattrall a first team all three east region quarterback and tearing green you talk about that runs the football and what you say. Twelve tackles against phoenix christian no twenty three rd seeks out blown away twelve. That's his average. That's a season average twice threes defensive player of the year. That's exactly what you want to running back position right. You wanna do go downhill take on a linebacker which is exactly what he is so there you go some fantastic stuff video. Those guys will check that on our show on sunday. Yes yes yes. That'll that'll drop sunday night. But i want to know more about this yuma catholic team in the second game that you're calling because i'll be bailing taken off going to do chandler liberty but you're gonna stay there at coronado and your you've got huma catholic and push ridge tells more about those guys while you remember last. We caught up with the shamrocks a couple of weeks ago on her show and they're ready to roll. We haven't they were in a conference room. And they're ready to go. The quarterbacks ready everybody's ready to have a solid defense that data's turn out winning football programs there at the catholic. That's all they do over and over and over again. A coach star wars has been there for a long time and he's really got to establish the coach of their push. Rich dave really come on just in the past couple of years in the lions are a very tough football team so that should be a really good match up tonight. And that'll be the three semi six o'clock over there coronado and then you're going over to chandler high school right for the open game tonight. Yes we'll be out chandler. I can't wait. I'm not quite sure where we're being set up yet if we're going to be on the home side on visitor side Trying to reach Athletic director Mr culver over there so hopefully we can get on the home side. Because i really would like to speak to coach. Garretson wife during the half. Wendy she's always great to talk to and and so we're hoping to get her on as well and kind of get hurt little rock of the season she's very involved More or less quote unquote not mom in addition to being married to the guy that's leading the number team the nation. Yeah that's pretty impressive. Right and she. She is one of the clues over there for sure for china. That whole team together. Even if you're not set up on the home side you just get a quick twitter interview right. Yes so we'll be back with chandler head football coach rick garretson. Don't go anywhere folks. We're coming in on the End of our show here. Final segment biggest interview of the morning. Coach rick garretson chandler. High school big game tonight against liberty. We'll see if we get coach collins thomas from liberty on the phone as well stay tuned. Folks we'll be right back. Sp nation radio. It's now sportsman. Radio keeping ward content. Fresh and fun. Join us right here on. Am ten sixty. Hi this is coach. Rick garrison and wendy garretson arizona's league football champion high walls and you're listening to the jv sports show goals hail you business. Owners vince here from the sport. Show are you a fan of junior college in small college. Sports want to reach an established and growing sports radio listening audience both locally and abroad partner up with the. Jv sport show. We can help promote your business while you help. 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Bob jenkins building A structure on our property which may ashiq had built for. Cheryl's there's no. It's probably be my bedroom. Oh yeah run a cord out there there. Yeah anyway so who does ibero eighty. Yes so yeah so. We have with us joining online biggest game of the night tonight It'll be chandler hosting liberty in the division semi-final joining us chandler head football coach. Rick garretson coach garretson morning. How you doing sir coach last time we talked to you. You were you just Your team had just defeated centennial. You're on a bus The reception wasn't the greatest but You could even tell you had a smile on your face under that mass but you spoke very matter of factly said you had You know it was a it was a good win for you. Had a lot of work to do that was probably. I don't know maybe a month ago and Obviously looking at At the stats sheet in the winds. Columns you guys got that work accomplished. What do you have facing you tonight. We got a team that we're familiar with replay them early in the even of job of you know Having multiple offense and really making you work to defend that is He's tempo and just format if got a a unique defense. That's up presents the problems as well so you know. Our kids have put in the time and put in the work of over the last week here for them. Ready to go tonight coach we we often refer to your storage nature. And how you're you're always a business as usual very even keel win or lose. That's kind of how you have to be especially with the amount of competition that you guys are taking on a weekly basis. What's the best of the football team tonight. as you guys prepare to take on the liberty lions a very strong team. They got jack stamm. A number of other great players on the roster of they're very tough football team winners of the sixty state championship last year against the red mountain mountain. Lions talk about The liberty lions and what what challenges they post to your ball club. Oh we all. We lost coach. Garretson coach garretson. Please give us a call back. Sorry about that well. We'll tell me. James because they played like like la gilbert and snowflake these two teams met the first game of the season and chandler was Chandler came away with the wind. Forty four ten in that game but it was the first game of the season so today it's going to be one of these guys last game so it's a fitting macha. It is everything. Come full circle and it's gonna be a great battle out there You know obviously everybody. Quote expects chandler to get the win because it's usually chandler and everybody else but this liberty team i'm telling you they're very tough and you cannot underestimate them and they'll come out and they're all heart. They're not the biggest football team when you see them tonight. They're not the biggest team but they will hit you and hit you. Hard got quarterback play. They got running backs and they got a really good defense. And you you were familiar with number eight jack stab you remember. We had him on the show out there at the pickle ball tournament. yeah. I remember him and they were. That was last year. They were just coming off the state championship win last year and they were young. I remember that about him. They were young yes they were young and so they're they're still young and they're still hungry even after winning that state championship. So it's going to be a good one out there. A chandler item looking forward to to check it out viga semi scoring dates. And i'll keep everybody updated on the three game as well on that On that open division playoff there because you guys start at seven pm tonight. I think over there right seven. Pm game and it's interesting Talk about state championship games. You're not used to seeing an early game for a state final but next week state title game in the six division Chaparral and Forgive me who separate play next week takes on brock farrell's highland hawk said highland. Hi because we yes. I was thinking we had. We had could federal on with us earlier in the season. And yeah so perhaps and they are the designated home team. They were the number four. C. channel was number seven. That's a noon kickoff. Vince offsets last night. My friend did you take chances to look at the actual bracket from last evening and the playoff games. That were about to ensue. There were one. So highland upset boulder creek at at boulder creek cactus upsets castrated at castle grande. Mosquito goes on. The road gets to win at american leadership. That really wasn't an upset. If if you if you want to say and then chaparral goes on the road and upsets her because it was more hiring right and never got to play teams i believe. Well you talk about the the The resurgence of football in the in the north valley the northwest valley. I mean if it used to be okay. If it used to be all centennial and nobody else but now we've got other teams out there. Coach garrett's many apologies. We lost you earlier so We were talking about your team and coach talk a little bit about specifically about the place of some of those kids on your roster. We've got we've got some fermented player. I mean the deep side of the ball with brenna buckner and mag lie and war and thanks never in trouble in the in the secondary in the back and safety and of course your offense a guy like jane and Got ally standards in the back. Steel and got to visit one off at the tackles and i'm a big time wide receivers and A lot of fun to coach a lot of fun to watch coach. I'd like to know in the last minute or so. We have here with you. How do you enjoy the saturdays. Obviously you can't really enjoy them now because you're still entrenchment playoff season for another couple of weeks here but After the season's over will still have some college football left. How do you decide which one of these players you're gonna watch that have gone on and played that next level on a saturday after the focal after high school. Season's over you actually kick back and watch these guys and watch them performance next level. It's exciting when you have people like camel cover. She'd be paler at At oregon state and they're big up that and of course. Johnny was on the other side of added organic got drake and get them all the nado northwestern and thing it'd be tonight and it's often become fans of your kids programs with iraq and if it makes it nice for watching your your former players all right coach. Most important question here. The morning is wendy. Going to join us at halftime. That's the you for so coaches always been asking you shall receive type of guy. We really appreciate that. Georgia's this morning coach. Good luck tonight. And vince will be out there for that game. It's going to be an exciting when out awesome fields and can't wait join us. I've never owned a game out at chandler excited in coach. We gotta get you know. Mr cole got to put us on the home side. That's the only thing i ask for. Well you know we are pressed box so you know it's often feels unique and uh looking forward to having you got it there tonight. Thank you all right coach. Rick garretson chandler highschool in big monumental task tonight facing a very very good Liberty lions team so east-meets-west tonight and i it's it's going to be a great matchup out at chandler seven. Pm we got the livestream It'll be a lot of fun. So james that's it. We're coming up here on the end of another show. I got used bumps best. Guess what we're doing next. We're gonna well just a couple minutes. We're going to go do some more football we are. But we're gonna say hello to coach colin thomas from liberty. High school cooks thomas. Good morning sir. Good morning how you doing this morning. A coach so sorry. We lost you there earlier. But we're real excited for you. Tell us a little bit about your team. Our team is just a tough nosed. Kids that you know plays hard they can. They fight you know. We've had a lot of closed games this year and our kitchens battle and find ways to win so we're very proud of him very excited tonight for them. You need to play channel coach. What is it gonna take to get your football team over the hump and maybe pull off that upset. I talk about it all the time. Most of these games come down especially with balka you guys in chandler to two or three really critical place through the game that push one way or another. What's it gonna take to get over that hump tonight and pull. What would be one of the biggest upsets them. Sure you know obviously and we just gotta make place in big spots And we gotta find ways to stay in the game you know. We went three games this year in her last job. So we're used to close games for us to add to make plays late Probably more certain them because they went by such a large margin game. So we've gotta find a way to keep a close and then make some big plays at the end and let's football on style. Little bit coach will look for. You denied it. Pre-game we'll We'll take a some more comments from you so we can featured on our show tomorrow night on youtube stream. So thanks again. We'll look forward to tonight. Good luck today travel safely and we'll see you tonight all right back to much. Thank you coach appreciate your time. That's the head coach of the liberty. Lions over there. That's another good show. We packed full of high school. Playoff football and Like i said more coming today. Oh it's going to be so much fun you know i. I can't wait and in james. We you know even from our a program on cox your view channel. Four phoenix channel. Seven tucson we. We had a great response. Spoke program director out there this week. Rich read and so they really enjoyed our show. The ratings were off the charts and hopefully we'll bring it back next season for football season. Maybe look at doing some things throughout the year. So thanks again for joining us. Everyone thinks to. Jv sports show partners. Thanks to our audience. Thanks to everyone. Hi mom hi dad Hi tara and into cheryl and everyone else out there and yes yes exactly everyone. Rjb's sports show family. We appreciate you have a great week. Everyone stay safe. Where vast of walks some high school football today. Great games you livestream going. I get out there and enjoy it. We appreciate everyone hundred today. Have a great weekend and we will talk to you next saturday. All right go. Jv trajan girls. Your local trusted financial fiduciary hd two scottsdale phoenix.

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Ep 12 | Pure Journalism  | Guest: Jenny Anchondo

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Ep 12 | Pure Journalism | Guest: Jenny Anchondo

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Because the beauty of this is people are able to watch it as a live premiere. Yeah. And and they can comment in real time while they're watching the podcasts. Like right now. There are people watching this live premier on Thursday evening, and they're typing in their comments hastens Cincinnati. Hey, and hey, I wish I could see all the comments that are coming in as doing it. But the world podcasting. I think it is the future. I think we were talking about I think it probably another ten years before people just really understand the concept of podcast. Yeah. There there's the people who are all about it. And they're the people who like my mom are still trying to find, you know, the podcast app on their phone. But if you found it, you're super cool and ahead of the game. Bravo, now, I you know, I had to take a screen shot of my phone and circle the podcast app and send it to my mother. And I said look for this look for this hit it, and then search my name your son. Search me. And I just started as like, she never could get it. So I was like just center the links just cinder the link every single time every. Hey, look, there's heath oaks. There's your husband calling like we're doing anything right now. Now did tell him that the recording schedule. Did we not know there's he's looking for his wife is what's happening studio, Twenty-two Jeanie and Chano janey. Here's what I want to talk about by the way. Let me just go ahead and say as you know, we're hanging out here producer director. Mark Tate is sitting over there. He's one of the makes the magic Abadi sits over there in the in the wizard of Oz seat. Yeah. That's a good one right there you the wizard of Oz power. You got a lot of power of their party. Steve sitting over there. Rhyme self how to download the podcast. I see second show on their on there in boozy Shona, probably come in and sit down with us here. A little bit metro Jason had a piece out he shooting some stuff for humor me over in the other deal. So he had a piece out. So anyway, I mean, how many jobs do you have? Run the mouth. It's good thing. So good thing. Now, I have a blast doing this show. And we we have the best guest. We have the best time, and it's taken forever for me to get you on this podcast. And we'll talk about the politics that later on if you want to, but I you are a journalist now in this day and age of quote, unquote, fake news, fake news. Oh, there's there's metro Jason come in. Now look at him go over to the peanut gallery there go over to the peanut gallery. And there's metro Jason sitting down. You're so handsome. Thank you. See why has the name on he smells just lucky? Always. He's wears the cowboy body butter. Bucci, Sean is here. Go in there to the peanut gallery. Say Hello to everybody. And you guys I'm really trying to Bill gels popularity look at that. Yeah. We we love having good looking around here. So. This is this is a room full of testosterone and handsome telling you, your journalist Ginny. And I shared that you love telling the news, and I want you to kind of walk through your resume because you're an Idaho, girl. So you to walk me this game. This is a long story. So I started out in a small station in Yakima, Washington eastern Washington between Spokane and Seattle working as a producer. So behind the scenes writing the show, you know, having the anchor yell at you scream at you chaos. Ensues then got a reporter John there. Then ended up replacing that anchor who yelled as ten and eleven o'clock anchor in Kennewick Washington for NBC, then went to Tucson, Arizona. One of the most amazing places. I love it. Get messages for people who are like is that is that our Judy from Tucson. Yeah. We have mutual friends from Tucson. So it's funny. I loved it. I loved Tucson. So. So for CBS. They're anchored the morning show and then worked for FOX in Indianapolis for several years and then worked for FOX in Dallas for several years. All these times doing morning shows and then worked for show called morning dose, which was syndicated nationally and based in Dallas, and then that show just moved to Houston. So here, I am with you. Which is the best place. You really, yeah. Yeah. I've been all over the place. And so it's a journalism journalism. Yes. To your point. I still get messages from people from they sent me messages from Indianapolis. We miss Ginny. We miss Jeanie FOX in. And you so so audiences are the bomb, by the way. Are you had? You had so closely connected with all this. So when you were doing you, and I got to know each other we met when you were doing I was a fan. I am because you're on FOX for. In dallas. And you were kind of like household staple in the mornings mean you're on their body knew that genie was on there. And so like our good friend Alison Stonecipher made. She was like did you hear what Jenny said this morning? Ginny report. So we're watching Ginny Ginny. And then of course, we got to know each other and we were fans because we watch videos and your truck so your husband heath who is in east, Texas, boy and slaughters the English language with his southern accent and everybody because I did my unapologetically southern video in went viral and everybody kept telling heath that reminded them of him. So yeah, you we saw Chattanooga event. And he's like, that's that's the guy. That's me. That's the guy that explains why I'm not an idiot because I have an accent. And my husband was elated. He was like this guy put words to what I was thinking. So we became instant for good. We did we met at the American Airlines center. It was it was a sad reason to meet it was after the Dallas shooting the cop shooting, and we did a fundraiser there and kind of celebrity thing. And so anyway, the rest is history is in. Since then you just been family heath, and I started doing a podcast together. Which was really kind of heath brainchild. Goodness. You guys did. Yes. In in. Now you in he are hosting second shot, which I encourage everyone to go download if you care anything about success in business and just how to do life. Right. You gotta listen to heath Ginny on second show. Thank you, Chad. Thank you so much. Well, I mean, it's it's I'm proud of. I'm proud of the podcast and proud of what you guys have. And it was you know, I was on it for a year with heath in. I always felt like it was heath show really because he was the brain trust on that deal. Well, but even the brain. You're my here. My husband Monday's show. We had the best time because he just puts it out there. And does it and and it's like he's you just run with it, man. I'm just saying I'm just here for color commentary along the way. And so we did that for a year, and then wound up going in and doing the Chad pray through show in two years now two years after that where here we are in. But anyway, we'll talk about heath when heats around. I wanna talk about you you have this passion for just telling the news. Yes. And I whether it's on your Twitter or your e you've always just told the news like you'll put it out there who's buzzing. My husband is. He he wants he like, he let me have my moment here. Like, he. This is my time. I leave go out there. I'm going to tell him I'm gonna tell. Yeah. I'm gonna get him. Yeah. He's out there. Look for the good looking. Adele. Yeah. So anyway journalism is like this lost art now in a way because well, and I do love everybody has a cell phone. Everybody can go out to an event and give their commentary on it. Everybody can go to something in essentially be a reporter, you know, it's like the world's full of citizen journalists, which is one thing. But then it does kind of get complicated. When people are watching say, they're scrolling through Facebook and seeing commentary I think people are struggling right now to distinguish who's a blogger who's an opinion, you know, who's giving opinion and commentary from a certain perspective, and who is doing their best to be a journalist and truly present both sides. I I had a guy who people always wanna make their smart ass comments in. They say, you know, used to be Chad pray just sat in his truck and gave his opinion. Now. He's thinks he's Barbara Walters. And he's sitting in her knees interviewing all these people. And when did he become an expert on everything, and I'm like, I'm an expert on nothing. Ed. The joy of being interviews. You don't have to that far. Mark my definition of an expert x is any given amount. It's any number and spurt drip under pressure. So so that's what an expert is. It's just it's a drip on the pressure. And it's a whole lot of it. You know, Xs an or it's a person with a briefcase forty miles from home, whatever you wanna call it. Anyway, I'm an expert of nothing, but I love talking to spend time, but it is frustrating because I was I was on FOX and friends when we were talking about journalistic objectivity. And now everybody is given an op-ed. Everybody's giving an opinion. You can't just tell the news anymore. It's very difficult to find outlets. And I think well, I don't think there's definitely room for commentary. That's beautiful. That's entertaining. And I think that gives people better perspective if they are trying to find out what are my views on this topic. And they don't have time to research on their own. They can watch a couple of people who are having differing opinions, but it's important to watch both and it's important to find some sort of news outlet. That's just going to give you the facts. So I mean, here's the real deal when it comes to people thinking about, oh, you know, fake news. And that kind of stuff if you're watching wherever you're watching this from if you have a local station, you know, like your small town homegrown local station. These journalists are not making millions of dollars a year funeral really small town. They may be making eighteen thousand dollars a year. They're doing this. Because they love it because they have a passion for journalism. So. I mean, I can't give a blanket statement. Every single journalist has the most, you know, like innocent intentions, but by and large if somebody's not making a lot of money off of it. And they're working they're behind off there at a local news outlet trying to tell the stories of the people. They're not out to harm you like they are not out to get you there. Not for. Gotcha. Nobody's looking for. Gotcha moment. They're really just I mean did something happen. Was there a murder that needs to be investigated? We do we need to tell people about what happened in this neighborhood. It's like they're trying to inform you, so so we need to just you know, in terms of of that sort of hatred toward the media. I think that it's gone a little too far. Now are there people who present themselves as journalists, but then are giving opinions and then confuse people? Yes that happens too. And so, you know, we all just have to be prudent. Just like, you know, when you're shopping in a store, you're trying to find the best deal. You're trying to figure out, you know, you're hiring a realtor. You're hiring contractor those people, you're. Thing in your life. Like be prudent about your generalists. I I went to school university Georgia my goal in going to Georgia originally, the sides girls was I wanted to go to their broadcast journalism school, and they have a really good broadcast journalism school in. So that was my goal of going over there and doing that and I wound up taking another field of study. But I've always been fascinated by journalism by broadcast by doing all these things in. So that's you know, that's the beauty of of where we live today. Unfortunately, unfortunately, they. It's gotten to a point where it's so much opinion. It's so much interpretation of how you see the the world that people they don't know where to trust anymore. So here's the thing. Here's the point of getting it because I've got a guy who sent me a message in come on a here have seat grab on him folding chairs and now you're gonna be saying back. They've you stay right there. You got. We got like Grand Central station. I know I'm telling you, I tell people all the time. We're going to do this podcast. We're going to do this show, and we're going to have a live audience, and they're like, well, we're we're the live audience. Come from like trust me. We always got people haven't any. It's good. So no, I I had somebody sent me a message the other day, and they always they always start out with like wool, your buddy Trump. You know, he did the and I'm like, okay, look jackass this. You know, do you wanna have a conversation? You wanna create an argument because you're coming at this thing. Well, then the guy's like, well, I just don't know where to get news from anymore. I don't know where to find the news like how do I find out? What's happening? Do you even I mean, do you have you thought about that? Like, do you have source solution? What's your opinion? Okay. So the Associated Press I mean, an associate if any any event that happens, you can typically Google that event Associated Press, and it's going to be look, I mean, these are human beings, they are people. So they're on the scene is indeed their interpretation. Of something. But associated press's what those local news outlets are using for the most part in terms of getting their content. So you like I said, it's like you're researching a realtor look about this person's background. I mean, his person who was a politician. And now they're on TV. Well, that's that's fine. And that's actually, really awesome. But just know that that's the perspective you're getting from them. But if you're on Google, even most of the I mean, that's something Fox News channel CNN MSNBC will all use some Associated Press content. So all of these outlets are using that sort of template copy. That's what a lot of your local news is using as well. And and also really truly if especially for your smaller town, your local news is just there to support you. And you know, tell you what's up in your town. They're they're you're you're gonna be so many people with screw the AP AP's. Not true. You're right. I'm just saying if you're trying to find a balance the other way to find. Is wash it all we can't just I mean, look when you really wanna know. Okay. For thinking does this dress. Look good on me. If you just ask your one sort of BFF, she's gonna be like, he look great. She not Bidu think. Yes. Your mother who will give you the real real dealer. Absolute best friend, making partner husband. So that's what I'm saying. Like, if you're if you're somebody who's truly looking for balance. I mean, you need to watch all of the national outlets at least sometimes even if it makes you cringe because you might learn something so so that's you're exactly right. Your mother. And by the way, those of us who just came in. We got a whole barbeque here. So if you don't wanna fix drink. We got Stephen go get you ice the Najjar head like that we drink so the anyway, it's non alcoholic, apple juice, lady, ROY. But like my mother got so mad at me. She texted me yesterday because we've been we've been giving each other the silent treatment what's this about? So I did my character on humor me one of my sketch characters that we did the Reverend Harold Swindell. And if you saw that. The river swindle man, he's he's legit. He's just trying to he just trying to get the gospel out. They need to plane in his new plan six five million these plant. So we did the at my mother was are you making everybody so mad, and I'm like mom. I've never posted anything that didn't make people mad. And so made me mad, and I'm like have no come on. Tell me have I no, no. Okay. Well, but I'll say not everything this is how people can be friends. I can look at something and be like with that. Guess what? I keep scrolling. And I'm like, okay. Chad's doing his thing. I don't agree with everything. I say, right. Yeah. So i'm. Gallison fake news. Like, I don't even know what to do with Minna. No. I trust me. I just put it out there to start the conversation. And that's the beauty of of what I'm able to do is. I'm able to go out there and say things that you know, I'm just basically starting to conversation, right? What do you think? Now, let me say it in such an outlandish way that you know, I'm not trying to tell you the news. I'm trying to stir you up. I wanna get to know what you're thinking stir you do stir. I do I I am a pot stir. Among other words, and so I have people who come up and introduce themselves to me, and they say, well, we agree with most of what you say. Or I I agree with you some of the time, and I'm like what you don't have to tell me that. I don't need. I'm not expecting you to agree with me one hundred percent of the time. So I start stirring it up. Well, and so okay. So for example, like that's an area people can go. It's like if you're trying to have a broad world perspective, watch Chad stuff. F watch somebody who stirs up different kinds of stuff. You know, what I mean, we have to be consumers of things outside of ourselves, and our little circle, and does this particular outfit. Look cute on me best friend you. But he else. Yeah. I mean, the moms mumble tell you the real deal, my mom found like I felt bad because I texted her back and white mom. Why are you why are you defend these charlatan preachers and stuff like that? The Reverend swindle who is just the to the Instagram extreme of everything that's bad about television evangelism, which is not all bad. I'm there's TV preachers out there that they need that money at so. I did not like him first. He kinda grows on yet as Wendell little. Yeah. Swindles in deer. It'll I was like he's endearing those the Christian roots run date anime do those sacred cows make grant hamburgers. Yes. But here's the thing. So my mother, and I said, you know, and then I felt bad because I was like, you know, what if one of my kids had texted like if I was trying to encourage them to do something. And then they texted me, and they were mad. I was like, oh, I don't wanna hurt her feelings. So finally after four days of silence. She texted me back. And she said, I love you. Chad. Shut up woman. Mom, see that goes back to the same example, like your mom. We'll tell you how it is some other friend might might say. Oh, yeah. That was great loved character. Chad that was really nice, and you're not getting the real deal. My mother's gonna see so much more Harold Swindell. Because you love it schone. Well, the character the characters around point actually when we were watching your show the first time we were watching. Oh chat. Okay. That's funny. Okay. There's Jade always got some celebrity guests. And then who's this, dude? Maybe thirty seconds. And was like, babe. That's chad. Yeah. That was the characters are characte we have whereabouts introduce Samore characters that are coming out here pretty soon. And and I'm in love with some of these characters trigger used to make people mad, and then it like I used to do the trigger character on social media just on my own. And now people are like we love trigger. Don't do the preacher guy anymore just do trigger. Now having favorite now. They're picking their favorites. But like if you call the Reverend swindle that number that's an actual number like, you can call and you will reach the Reverend swindle. Oh, he's in trouble. We as probably changed his number by now. No, no, no, no, no. It's always see. This is the rebel set up. The Reverend swindles call in its we need, by the way to change the message on that. We got fifty fifty fifty three when we last three voicemails the first night that thing came in. Frank call. So I may. We actually call the person because actually leaves the caller ID number. So we have gained the moment. You want to call them in character. We can do it tells you who called oh, it tells you who called I love it. This is what we do. This is how we have fun. We play for living. This is what we do. We have we have these things, but I agree with you. Because you I I wanna see how I can trigger people. Unfortunately, I think that the news media has gotten to a place where they're doing a caricature of themselves as well. I loved the the Lara Logan interview that she did with Mike Ridley on the mic drop podcast last week where she said the and she's she's on the left. She's she was honest. She said we've become propagandists. Well, I mean, that's that's very direct. I mean, that's that's very straightforward to say. We have become propagandists. That's that's insulting. That's a lot. Yeah. That's a lot to say. I don't know if I'd say that I would say that the in general again, we we gosh when did Fox News channel star it Cape. Cable news, so cable news came about right? And then it's like, okay. So we're doing the twenty four hour news people aren't watching it. We need to have commentary. We need to have some news some commentary like a healthy mix, which was a really good idea. But then people started getting confused as to who was the commentator, and who was reading the news headlines, and those lines got really blurry and look people are home with their kids. They're making breakfast. They're in and out. They hear thing. And they're like, wow. That's the news that was really biased. But that person was the commentator not the news anchor. Not the not a journalist that person was on as a commentator. So in a twenty four hour cycle. You have to discuss these things and and opinions shared otherwise. What would you do? Do you know day in day out? But then there was also I mean journalism changed significantly after the recession with budget cuts. I mean, so where investigative journalism was at one time. There are some agencies that have really robust investigative units. And there are agencies that do not and their agencies that are just sort of like ripping and reading which is which is where I can kind of see where like the propaganda would come where it's like, okay. This person said this, you know, you're just reading tweets, and so just reading tweets in and of itself isn't journalism because you're just regurgitating somebody else and Sinclair broadcasting is a perfect example because they own all these different networks, all all these thousands of local news things. And so you've got they're reading the same type off of the say of the teleprompter in. It's like you can just compare. It's all the same script. And it's not just Sinclar. There's several other conglomerates that are holding on all these things. And so people see these exposes of the media. And they're like they're all telling the same story who do we believe? Right. And so you're looking for an independent thinker. So you may have to seek that out. Hard there. It's just parts and efforts just being a consumer and carrying about. Because I hear a lot of people also say, you know, what the news to negative, and I can't find somebody good. So I'm gonna quit. Well, that's like saying, okay diets are hard. So I'm going to quit or like exercising, his heart. So I'm going to quit. Okay. Yeah. You have to do a little bit more navigating right now, you do, but the beauty is that there's a lot more. There's a lot more options out there too right now because a lot of people are sort of like dipping their toes into the water of trying news people are doing news podcasts. You know? A some of those out. There are pretty just basic straightforward headlines. If that's. Yeah. But if that's what you're looking for is what you're you're. Right. You know what? I mean. I think okay. I'm a mom. I've got a daughter who's a year and a half. I still want to be involved here. Lot of my mom friends, saying, you know, I don't have time for that. I sift through all this. Will it still has responsibility. Especially his parents to know what's going on in the world. I mean it. So if you're yes, listen to NPR fellow out. Listen to Fox News channel for while which NBR's podcast is the largest not one of the largest if not the largest podcast in the world. Huge. It's huge. I mean, it's they because NPR you don't get the you don't get the you don't pay attention to that. Because you're thinking, well, this is news organization. This is not something that's built around personality like a Joe Rogan or Marc Maron, or you know, micro or these guys who do millions and millions a month downloads. But NPR is huge now NPR. Yes is left leaning. They are left leaning in the way, they tell the news, but they are a news organization if you tune into their podcast, you're going to listen to the news the news of the day. The news of the day you Mark where do you get? Do. You have a source where you go. Get news really mostly now just on Twitter. I go to Twitter a lot because Twitter at least give you a headline in. You're like oh that happened. Well, and so is Fox News channel still like not tweeting. Did you guys know about that? Right. Yeah. So I mean, so it's like so. Yes. Everybody about that. Yeah. Right or the local affiliates and things like that. What about FOX is? So FOX is built so much around their personalities in. So they're individuals are tweeting in it's not FOX tweeting itself FOX doing if you have the FOX out there doing their breaking news, and they'll send you the headline to your deal and you click on it. And there you go to the story. We know. Fox's by us. We now see an buys knows MSNBC is biased NBC is biased. You can go to if we turned on MSNBC right now or CNN, and I could take you to another studio where they're playing they are talking about Donald Trump. He is there moneymaker he is their cash cow right now, he is the topic of the day. And they're never not. Right. So that's why I say you have to watch a little bit of everything you do. And also, I mean, like not to keep harping on the local news thing. But just by and large, you're, you know, carrying about what's going on in your community, those people generally don't have much Genta. You're exactly right. And I agree with that's these are hometown. Journalists your local newspaper. Sure. But but breed a couple of them. I mean, you know, Rita. Couple of dangerous thing is like, okay. So I'm gonna read a couple of and will now it's up to meet determine what I think is the truth. And what is you know, what I'm saying? What's what's the news? What's the opinion? And my my my. Entertained for commentator. I mean, antibiotic like if somebody is putting themselves out there to be a journalist and hold them accountable to that too. I mean, you know, there's there's no there's nothing wrong with people riding back to those journalists and saying, hey, so you're supposed to be journalists that that means they should be showing you equal parts you soon. I'm saying someone's a commentator will then you know, what you're getting. It's like putting on cheese like, oh, this is fat free cheese. But it's not like beef at free cheese if that's your label. I'm going to own that fit for each. Yeah. If I'm gonna taste terrible. That's going to be boring. We were in we were in Austin the other night party. Stephen we were at the hotel, and they sent a cheese tray to my room as like hospitality thing. Book a beard, and wine and all this stuff. And it one of the cheese is on the board was the stinky nasty as cheese, which probably was delicious, but it stunk up my whole hotel room pegging, do it. And what did you do flushed it down? I was gonna smell like shit. I was going to his. Oh my God. I know paulie, like twenty dollar cheese twenty dollar little stunks bad, which is like item out afraid, stinky. Jeez. But I was like this is melanoma room it smell like I flush because I was like what am I going to put it out in the hallway and try that now? To this event truth. It smelled like feet. I don't know. What Steve I don't know what smell like the smell likes. I mean, if your own feet everybody, he'll flip you weird feet. Oh. Fuji show. Facebook. That's why that's why privilege why privilege if you got if you if there ain't enough stuff on this planet. The turns on that you've got to go after somebody's nasty feet. That's white privilege. That's why privilege that's Jesse smaller right there. That's Justice Mollet got like I gotta make up things to be. A loved them back. Trae main feet just know who. To worse thing. Now are staying can't do it close. Ted. She's around him noted. Don't like the flow. Basically what I got from you on this last where you're talking about is I get most of my news from means. Jimmy, my liberal left parlaying friends on either look at more. They're more. They're memes. Yes. Yes. And then just like up the left can't maim ho the left camp Meam, Sean. I'm telling you find me some funny memes from the left left. Yeah. Liberals can't Meam. Really? They're terrible. The right names the best the gate. The gay conservatives are the best members who them serious. And by the way, you all need to follow my friend Brokeback patriot. He's actually now the Brokeback patriot. Because they shut down his Instagram. Also, the gay who strayed is another fun Instagram. So if you want to hear from gay conservatives, these guys looking to get your news from me, which which everybody is I get my entertainment rummages fine. So anyway, do you think the light you take this Covington Catholic school kid thing that happened and they showed just enough of the snippet? Where they had the narrative they wanted to communicate. And then if you watch the full thing, I mean, people, you know, this this fake news thing is about to cost what the New York Post a lot of money. I mean that was that was an obvious sign of bias with the way it was cut. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, these are conversations that happen in newsrooms or should be happening in newsrooms across America and national news outlets. You have to give something the time. So you have to get to time the space if you're somebody who works in media right now. And you're like, I know, but they say, it's gotta be thirty seconds. Like, no you were. This is not a machine these are people humans lives were telling stories about. So if a soundbite house to be longer if it has to breathe and order here the full context, there's that's so irresponsible. Just and I'm not I'm not even talking about like that necessarily. But just in general, we have to give it time to breathe that means you, you know, cut the funds story than the show you cut the fun story at the end of the show. But yeah, we have to I mean, you know, journalists and we've got a ways to go because of really bad reputation issue right now have to hold themselves to a really high standard with like how is this going to be perceived by everybody who's watching? And if somebody saw the full video of what happened would they see something different than what we're showing on TV today. And that's that's what let's go back to the conversation. Because that's the thing. I appreciate about you because you've always been objective, and you've caught hill for it at times and under. Cervitti? So I mean, you're you're weren't let's say, you're, you know, you do the story on the news in the morning, and you happen to wear a blue dress. And they're like, how dare you support Hillary Clinton, right or you wear readdress. And they're like, how dare you support Donald Trump? All you did was wear a color, right? Yeah. Day. Yeah. It's like, you can't colors you can't. Or for example. I do there are couple things that I am open about I'm open about my faith and not to an extreme level. But I think that that's an okay, that's such a part of the heart of me in Hinduism is definitely going to. Don't you? Anyway, it's. You know, something like that. But so people might make an assumption based on that. But that's not an appropriate thing to make an assumption on somebody if you're making based on that, you don't know enough people a faith. The camera on Ginny. I'm porn for more. Apple keep the. About you. Let's talk more about her faith while I pour apple juice and Mike. Yeah. So certain things I do I'm open about. And it's I remember doing an interview with Gretchen Carlson actually years ago about her book, which her she would Miss America. I don't know. I haven't heard of her in a long time. I don't know. I don't know. Yeah. I haven't seen her tweet in a while. I haven't seen any. I haven't seen any awhile either. So I guess we're getting our news from memes, and I haven't seen any Gretchen girls. But it was interesting because she was talking about how she she actually worked in Dallas CBS in Dallas local news, and then worked at Fox News channel, she was talking about how everything was so private and so-so titan than she realized I'm a person too. So she started to share more of herself and her opinion and went from more of a journalist to more, you know, sharing of opinions. So I don't go that far. But I do think, for example, is something that I'm okay with sharing about just like, I'm a mom and wife in a friend. And you know, all all of these other things that alone shouldn't make me, you know, somebody that can't be journalists will okay, so back when you're with FOX I could easily go to your Twitter, and I could see what was going on. And you would post basically a headline. This is going on. You didn't put an opinion on it. But they did they thought you did. And you call the crap for in which was unfairly. Unjust. But then you went over the morning. Those morning dose was a little more a little more laid back. It was a little more. Good Morning, America. Correct me if I'm. Yeah. Well, I mean, FOX wouldn't even let me come on with you. Exactly. I wanted to refer to that. Because allow you to come on the podcast as long as you're with FOX. And I was like you realized we've had FOX personalities, but the more we go along the more FOX these days is saying no to me. Yeah. You know? And it's it's a it's a corporate situation. And that's why it's kind of a neat time in my career right now to be able to do the things that I had the that. I've been restricted by just it's just like when you work for any company, you gotta wear the uniform so to speak, and that doesn't that's not a metaphor for anything else. Except for just you gotta do what they tell you to do to a certain extent. But but yeah, they wouldn't let they wouldn't let me chat with you. They wouldn't let me do a couple of other events and. They kept everything pretty buttoned up in that way. And then morning dose, which was produced by Tribune was all about CNBC. Yes. Do the show host this event Bahir promote promote promote so just different philosophies. I think wanna change gears. You have you came into Dallas. And you really became Dallas personality you get to MC a lot of vents. You get to give back a lot. Do a lot of charities. Do you enjoy doing those vents? Oh, yeah. Like, sometimes sometimes they can be it's work of a lot of work. Yeah. I charged for those events now. Yeah. You know? I mean, you have to unless it's a charity that I've been involved with for a long time, and we're already donating and giving, and that's a part of you know, that, but it's a lot of work, you know, that. But mean, you do shows on stage all the time emceeing is much simpler than what you do. I do a lot of seeing though. So we have a lot of work, and then I speak at a lot of deals in the thing that fascinates me is people who are hosting and event they think that there is the only one that you've ever done ever. So they have to make sure that you know, every detail in how you how they want it done and things and I used to give away that time and stuff, but it's a lot of words lot of energy in every now, and then I did an event this past weekend. And I at the end of it they wanted to pay me. And I was like we're we're even because it was such a good such a good charity. And I was like I just can't every now and then that'll happen. But for the most part, you have to get paid for you. Yeah. And now people are kind of surprise. Rised because I've worked at different TV stations certain TV stations. I've been able to make a lot of money on the side doing doing different projects and events and hosting shoot. Indy. Five hundred Indianapolis like, I was booked at a different venue club every night hosting their event or whatever here in Dallas. They didn't allow that. So you couldn't you know, you had to do all those things for free which I did because I love those charities. But now it's like, yeah, it's work. And they'll send you those the script like five minutes before with housing changes. Do this do this and this person, and can you wear this outfit that you don't already have? And you know, people think you're kidding. You're kidding that happen. And then the other night I had to emceeing this event. And it was I was there for hours, and it was a dinner event. So I figured oh, they'll feed me or something. No. I I called favor. I'm like up there on stage. Abor sometimes I'll do these events. Like, I hate having to go like a love people. I do but sometimes you can overdose on people. Yeah. And and I did three speaking events this lab in just in the last week all three out of town. And it's always the same catered. You know, here's the salad that catered, you know, and I used to be I wouldn't eat like before I was going to speak or whatever it was like, no, I'm not gonna eat. And I just because a now. No eat. Yeah. Scared of it. I mean, you have to so. Okay. So I'm curious now food here eight off my plate. So you didn't have to go stand in line. Yeah. Had the salad and the line was massive in one of the things. I've put flick with your Kito. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So what do you at the banquets? I always feel like it's kind of hard to find like it is. It's almost it's it's it's. Okay. So with like with Kito, obviously, people think what you eat them eat meat while you can't have the fat. So I'll I'll eat the alley the oil and vinegar on the salad in side of ranch like a very large side of ranch, and I've been off to Cato a couple of weeks I had to take a little break from it. But I'm still very primal. I'm still very polio. Primal well. Yeah. Hey. Hey. Hair his McDonald's. So I look I love McDonald's. Everybody knows. I love McDonald's. God bless McDonalds. But I'm I'm easy on the carbs because you know, time for that. Ain't nobody. So I'm about to get back into it hard hit because listen when I do Kito, I do Kyo hard on it. It's it's like, I'm under twenty grams of carbs. So what do you take on the road? Like what you're staple take the MCAT oil. I take my travel packets, and I will take I've got the man sports supplements. We got some of that stuff, and I'm not like a beef jerky fan, and I don't like things like I feel like beef jerky. So your brand. Now, I'm not chance you and it gets into teeth and like some beef jerky, but I've never been a beef jerky. I've never been like a pork rind pork rinds are perfect for Corcoran's. So I've had to make myself eight the pork rinds and do it. But I try to do smart Kito. So I try to okay. So you're trying to do and a half away. It's a lifestyle. It's not a diet who taught. Steve party Steve did party party, Steve. And then all of a sudden I got in there. And I was better at it than he was. Oh. I check multiple sources, and I get my news from accurate place. I know well, it's true. Because I tried to get you quest bar like after he was telling me he was doing Kito everybody in the newsroom done Kito. So I haven't done it. But all my friends have. So I feel like I'm an expert. I was take this quest. He's like too much protein too much protein can't do it. And that's that's the thing. Is you get? So no, the big thing for me is traveled with the MCAT all make sure that you put it in your coffee. I put it in my water. I put the oil in my water. So so I'll I'll the Pellegrino or the whatever sparkling waters out there. And I always put a little bit of flavor additive in there like MIO, or whatever it is. But I'll I'll put the oil up with the fat in the water. That's just not. Okay. It's it sounds weird. Not definitely sounds weird. But you've got gotta get the fat in there and it works. Oh, you know, what you need to make? Okay. Have you ever made coconut oil mixed with stevia and cocoa powder? I don't even know what you're talking about K put it in the freezer. It's like chocolate. Really? Yes, you stirred. So you can eat that instead of putting oil in your water. I'm just saying like maximize. The oil is your liquid in there, and you just took the stadia and cocoa powder and then start up and put it in like ice cube trays or anything like that. And then it's like chocolate. It's what's the ratio delicious. Well, until you get consistency. It's kind of like maybe like a tablespoon of coconut oil half tablespoon of cocoa powder. And maybe a few drops of stevia or a half packet of stevia, but your health nut. Yeah. Your workout like, my love, my healthy recipes, and you're you're a like I find with Kito. I can people are sick of hearing me talk about you. I can eat Kito great on the road. Like, I sometimes I like when I'm when I'm in it. I'm in it like, there's no cheating for me. So but Kito is easy to not cheap because you have no cravings, and there's no options oil and water just cook. Will she OJ done cook? Don't do. Don't do that. No. We eat out. Out. Really Jade Jade can fix fix two or three different. Things are homemade Vilis. Get your ass and troubles, which again, Jada cut you. It's good chili. But but her homemade chili does involve opening a can of wolf brand. Chilly JD. Thank homemade chili. I had a girlfriend. He says that because I'm sorry. He's he's he's saying it because she calls it her homemade hilly, and then she started talking about how she made it and everybody was like you can hear the record scratches. Anyway, we'll she heated it up and served it with love. I eat it. Good go. Jane? Oh, I had I had a girlfriend when I first got married because I got married later in life and all my friends have been married for ten years by them. They said Jenny. Here's the key. You need to prepare for him popcorn and a protein shake for dinner. And you say Honey, look what I have prepared. Because then like the one time a week. You do make a good meal. He thinks you are the Queen is only up from there. Yeah. Yeah. Like don't go in there. Trying to be seven day a week homemade meal wife go in there being one day a week terrible meal wife protein shake in popcorn. And maybe one day a week of something else. You know? And then belt, I know the number to Domino's pizza thing. Buji shown is your wife cook? No cooking cook. See I'm the. Make a pump grand molasses chicken. Wait a minute now, sweet potato and Botula. He forgot protein shake. You have a menu that includes BOK Choy vegetable vegetable that the kids eat, so what kids babies quarter agent somewhere? Choi, let's go with it. So get this. So boozy shown for those of you have missed prior episodes Lucy shown is. So busy. So he is he is your like one of those. You're like one of those dog mix. His one of these boutique dogs like who teak breeds like snoot. Like, a like, whatever those deals are. Yeah. He's he's Chinese Jamaican. That combination. How does that happen? Yeah. Migrated. So make them both. Columbus the Columbus crisscrossing land Jamaica. Open to container SABA side. Did you say bomb pomegranate, molasses molasses? Wow. You come into your house, dude. I just want to try and I could make some blueprints food, Mark. He knows Mark knows. What's up, my jerk, pork? Woo. Jason the room hang on over here. Mr. foot over here. Where do we go to CPAC this league? Transmit Bucci Shawn's jerk port galley, nothing's off limits. Right. So anyway, I wanna talk about I'm not going to say your daughter's name, but you had the not by yourself. But you did most of the where you had the most beautiful child that's ever been born on the planet. I was. I was on a at you're free to say your name, but I'm not saying her name because as I know how that goes the same app are the just beautiful beautiful child. And I texted your husband heath. I said I'm sitting in first class. Yes. Because that's how I fly. I was sitting in first class, and these people were showing these baby pictures, you know, because everybody becomes family and first class after a couple of odd. Because it's so anyway, they're like oh this beautiful. I said, nah, no, no, no, no, no. You did not said let me get on Instagram. I'm going to show you the most beautiful child, and you are out ever see. And I pulled her. Something frightening. I clash something. She was. Yeah. We showed her off that's been she's growing. So you know, how it is. I mean, it's crate Z. I was texting my oldest daughter's this morning who are in college is crazy. I still see them. I want him to be that size a couple hours. And then I'll go back to be able to wipe their own butts say did you ever potty train because we did? And we watched the so so do you have tips because I would accept them right go. So we can't recommend my tips. Like, how are we doing on time, Mark? And we do it. I really need these tips. We're forty minutes. Okay. So we'll wind it up here in a minute. But I just want to tell you. So so like, my Livia Olivia fort show. She just turned fifteen just turned fifteen back in February fifth earlier this month, so Lydia the only way you could potty train her like she was one of those stubborn kids because because after we had the first two, and they were just the best. Human beings ever. And I was like we can have hundred of these Olivia came and ruined that theory. So Olympia Olympia was stubborn and she'd sit on the potty, and we would have to watch the polar express now for her. We have this little pop-up DVD things. Jeff play the it had to be the polar express and she'd watch like half, the frigging movie just sitting on the toilet on might look. We're not here to be comfortable with. Go also. And so we would just be like nodding off like this just trying to get her to poop. So there were you know, all these different things. I don't know you just of make them do it. Like, here's me in the middle of the night. It's like midnight. And I'm going every single possible tip. I'm like writing back on random blogs. I'm in all these Facebook groups, it's it's a complete disaster. So you potty train it just happens day will at some. When I was in kindergarten. They will it some start making fun of you. Here in when you're playing T-ball sitting in right field in your pants. They will mock you, you know, maybe this whole thing merit. Yeah. She she took her time. And then it was the process. All right. We're going to see here we I mean, the same thing with and I'm like be here all day for girls are different from boys hormones and all that affect you know, the urges Arnold at eighteen. Do go read it. I take back my request for. Party gets his news from memes. Trust me, parenting advice, although he is raised for really good kids. I gotta get to. I don't know that he was involved, but he pretty good kids. Anyway, never never take potty training advice from a marine with long hair that right there. That's a shirt, we should do that as a t-shirt. Yeah. No. I wish I had like there's no shortcuts parenting. There's that's I mean that is the truth. Yeah. Everything there's a human being the human being and they're at a place, and it's hard, but you guys have. Done a fantastic job. I love just watching this kid eat like you have that low. I was in. I thought about yesterday 'cause we went in this little boutique shop Jay did we were in downtown Fort Worth. And we've been in. They had the little thing like her little bit that she wears it has the holder catches the food. And she's always just like, I know I know that have a condos right there. I get to it in a minute. She says she doesn't she's like I'll eat that later. I'll pick up one of these hundred Collins. Hearing that tastes like Shambhu, shown pomegranate maple molasses. That's true. That's an accurate represents hero who put his BOK Choy and here. Niane know why we call him boozy shown, he's cooking with frigging BOK Choy defeated gates. What else what else has showed up shown just? I'm getting his recipe later. T is the best magazine to get cooking recipes from a few years ago. I was working looking news. I interviewed a Ruth right show who's editor in chief of bone avicii, and we walked around the whole place. And she said if you go to the recipe from apathy, if you follow to a tease gonna come out exactly how it is. They do so many tests on every ever done to a teat is phenomenal on it. So when we so we got into the hellofresh deal where they deliver. Yeah, we do. But, but I have to be careful with it because it's not all Kito, but it's still it's very healthy meal. Jade loves it because it sends all the right amount since like she has a blast. Like, she had you know, they'll get in there. And they'll say they the kids she's in there like with Brandon and they're in their cooking. And they're just having a great time doing it because it sends all the right amount. You just put it in the deal. And it's they send you these big placards at tell you. Okay. Here's what you're gonna do. So she does she does. She does I like to give Joe hellofresh. But hellofresh is great. So we. Burp? We we're on the we're on the did you hear that could you right there? Boom there. It isn't. I staff. She's I am on the road so much that I don't really get to enjoy it as much, but it really is fantastic. Everything they send you like three meals in a box. And we get paid to ask. If that you were sponsored by now you need. Yeah. You need to get that. Because you guys are already doing it. And they definitely have food. Good food. These are actually good. They're good. But then I just thought I don't know I've already I cook my corden protein. No, they haven't hellofresh hasn't since popcorn and shake ship. But I I'm a kitchen guy. I love being in the kitchen, I love to do it. And but it just don't have the time to do it anymore. So when you do when you do cook. It's all out, I'm guessing. Yeah. Like, so like all the Christmas dinners, all the thanksgiving dinners, all of those major event dinners, cook them, all by myself everything. All yes, I received my mother-in-law will bring over sweet potato casserole, which I don't even care for because I'm not a sweet potato guy. But I will eat a little bit of it because she makes a good one. I guess, but I cook it all everything unit full you name it. It's on a table. I cook it. Oh, that's impressive. And I make it all come out at the same time. Do you have ten ovens? No. But I I'm an artist. So I do what I do know. I I'm serious when I say that like my mother that was a big thing growing up. My mother used to get so pissed off at my father because she was like my father worked hard. Yeah. My father was not a healthy man because he had. Diabetes and stuff like that. And for the longest time. He didn't know he had diabetes. It's my father would work hard early mornings late nights. And they would come home. He would eat his dinner. And what happened sit in front of the TV in his recliner, new fall asleep him a mother that used to frustration. She was like, you're not gonna do that. You're going to cook. You're gonna learn how to cook you're going to do these things and all that. And then the big thing was you gotta make an all come out at the same time. You can't have mashed potatoes. Admit sitting on the counter for forty five minutes, while you're still waiting on the it, isn't art Akron cheese. Yeah. It's definitely especially on holiday that. I did a couple of well actually ever since I've got married. It's like now our moms are the mothers in laws have done it. And I haven't done a full meal. But it's like, yeah. I mean, I feel like I had a spreadsheet. You know, like this goes in this time, and then you run over to the neighbors and use their oven for this item at this time and this was made yesterday, but packaged in this way. Proud of Judy. Thank you first of all because you put up with your husband. Thank you. That dude. Anyway, your Twitter is at Jenny Jenny and Chanda TV TV at Ginny and China, I want everybody to go right there and follow at Ginny and Chanda TV on Twitter. And I have people say, well, we don't do Twitter. You should do Twitter. People should do. They just eat don't have to comment. Just get on there in read what's going or to and stick around do get on Instagram the same on Instagram. It's just Jenny and Chanda on Facebook and Instagram at Jimmy John's, Instagram, Ginny and Chanda on Facebook. Yes. Are you Twitter? Your Twitter verified. I'm Twitter verified when I left FOX. I became unverified on Instagram stuff. Anybody has any how is that possible? I don't know. Yeah. Yeah. Weird. Isn't that weird? I'm still verified became unverified on Facebook. But I I got Rivera fight on Facebook, and and Hegel Witter but not on Instagram, which I like Instagram. Because I think Instagram's just fun and positive and a little, and I love the swipe up I post an article people can swipe up or not they can move on do like random polls show. My husband behind the scenes my daughter. I just think it's fun. Will you do a great job with that on your twenty four hour story because you click on that thing, and you're talking and your hey, hey, guys that is. I need to switch it up. We have our things. It's so it's fun to do it. And I love keeping up with family because y'all are family, and and and I just love y'all. Well, we love you. And we're just so proud of everything you're doing love love love your show, and and the large cast of characters it's not all about me. You know, sometimes we gotta boozy shown metro Jason metro Jason is so vain he didn't even stick around lists. He's going to be like premiered on the Schiller. He's gotta be primary. Jason his road. He needed to make he loved he left because he's he's working on the episode actually isn't always worked to say anything. Those guys were bathing ja- shown Jason the party fell in Mark me. They work hard. They were Martin is kind of sits there. He's like he's like a decoration for the room. And I'm just here to look at socks on today. Now, no show socks peds. I know so anyway, Jenny thanks for coming on the show. What's next for you? Do you have any idea or you just making it up as you go along definitely making up as I go along I'm actually working on a video project. But this is have I told you about the new fitness business. Okay. Well, that's like another story. Come on. This is this is the Chad show extra. This is the after our short you guys need to try this wherever you are. But there is a facility called hot works, which is a workout inside of an infrared sauna. So here's the deal. I'm not kidding you. I went to a my much time on their hands. Come up with this stuff. You have too much time on your hands to not you have to do this. It's fishy. So what if I was like, oh, let me tell you about all the benefits of infrared sauna will like you're gonna have time to work out and go to the sauna. No, you're going to do both at once workout inside. This us you're getting the benefits of the infrared heat which is deter petition and then you're working out at the same time. The vanity show your advantage feel me give me this just in social media star and podcast host Chad braid there with blaze TV was found dead and infrared song trying to exercise in one hundred thirty seven thousand degrees, at least he didn't die stick and meth. But. Wait for us to open up. So you can come going. You're gonna love juicy the dude in LA, and that's a sad story. And you see that guy KT KTLA they've found him in a hotel. He was having a sexual relationship with the Manny met on Grindr. And he put meth rocks. His but along with other things and he died because he vomited inside of his rubber masks. That's that's America, folks. That's where we're living. It wasn't in an inference. He was he was an anchor KTLA. And so anyway, yeah. No wasn't an, but you don't know what's going to go on your infrared sauna. We we'll have security. Okay. So just wash your back literally, I tried this a month ago. I the second that I left I called their corporate headquarters, and I was like I'm obsessed with this need to know more. I need to open up one near me. Everyone needs to try this. So your franchise and then. Yeah. And then we went to New Orleans member when we went to New Orleans. That's what that was about. Okay. For me. And then and then I met the craters. And so I'm gonna open one. So anyway, that's just like a random side project. Have been cold again. Hot works H O T W O R X C. I knew they had to do an X in there. Like, you can't just put K s anymore. You hot sexy? W O R at work where Fuji Sean we're going to hot work. I'm not doing hot work. You're doing hot work. You're going to do hot. If I'm doing enormous now not in New Orleans. You're not to the pride parade. I'm good spin. Span. Well, that we had been bikes inside of one of the on us inside a sonic. It's a recipe for vast. Now. It's amazing. I'm gonna do anything that makes me sweat to death. Yeah. It's going to be amazing. It's a perfect combo for Keita pretty. Adapting. Go to where you get podcasts. I don't care if you just watched this episode. I want you to still go where you get podcast and hit subscribe to the chat braider show. You can get it on any platform, you need it. Whether it's apple Android. Whatever you do. You can go to Stitcher. Soundcloud hit download hit. Subscribe. I want you to get notified every week. And I don't care if you just play a podcast episode for twenty seconds. I want you download this thing we need you to do it. Thank you, Jennifer coming. Oh, you are ever lovely ever inspiring. I appreciate you so much and your family. So God bless you. Always welcome on here and keep telling the truth. Thank you tag that. Thank you, some at your awesome. Thank you, don't you might look a logo here in that. Let's just admire though, every every upset we try to take a minute. To just admire admire the decal right here on the front. The Chad pray third show. We actually have we're making some whiskey glasses that have the bullet seen the ones with the bullet that are in bedded in the glass, and we're going to have that logo on those whiskey. Blurs? I know we're gonna start sitting down here. We're gonna we're gonna drink with some class that has a bullet not allowed in Washington DC because you can't bring guns in Washington D C anyway. So on behalf of everybody hanging out here in the studio and Chanda. Thank you so much for coming in here. We love you guys. God bless you. And we will talk to you next week.

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"All right. It's time for fasttrack. It's brought to you by the Mason in Ireland show, the Netherlands, fort show in L A. Mason in Ireland. Yeah. Yeah. It's right. And let's see time for the ceremonial coin flip one side of the coin. It's the warriors other side of the coin. The raptors closed them out called in the air. John raptors close him out. I'm going tales. That's tales. You're wrong. Thank to get more game. So I kinda hope I am wrong. All right. Makes you love. Analytics? And there are a lot of NBA players who do not, yes. The latest is Jalen rose, who was interviewed in the New Yorker this month rose thinks analytics are in a way racially biased. Here's his argument quota, analytics, cultural overtone to it, that basically suggests that even though I may not have played. And you did. I'm smarter than you. And I know some things that you don't the number support me, not. You, also you notice it when it's a powerful job in sports. Whether it's an owner, a president, a general manager or a coach usually in football and basketball sports, are primarily dominated by black Americans. It's also an opportunity to funnel jobs to people by saying that I'm smarter than you, because the numbers back up, what I say and I am more red. I study more, I'm able to take those numbers and manipu-. Late my point. And quote, does Jalen have a point here or is he reaching? Well, I mean he's got a point. From this perspective. There are not enough African American. Candidates for front office jobs across the NBA and across the NFL. And when I started to think about it, the ones who are, that are successful like messiah jury. Right. Not a big analytic sky. Some of the guys that are like LeBron is very anti analytics. It is messiah is a big analytics. But, but if you talk to them, if I heard an interview with them, and he basically said, he goes, you know, he goes, I'll take over analytics day. Yeah. Well, yeah. I mean to me, that's a no brainer thing. But Jay, I, I have problem dismissing Jalen point completely although I don't. I don't understand why anybody would be scared of analytics, I think you can use it to your advantage, and you can use it as much or as little as you want. Right. I mean gimme the info right decide what to do with. Here's the thing, I'll say this. Like, for example, I love that the Lakers added line Holland's to their coaching staff because he hates analytic, right? You want people who embrace the numbers and you want people who hate the numbers because the right answer is somewhere in the middle. Yeah. So at both forces in the room and Jalen did killing did put it this way. In another part of this interview. He said analytics should not be the tool box. It should be a tool in that box. That's all I think he gets it. But I had a hard time dismissing his whole point because I started thinking about it, and it's like that's true. The people that are big. If you go through the analytic staff, right? If most teams primarily white many times live league educated, is go through the front offices. The general managers are, are white law out of accepting. I might win tonight is black, right? So, you know, it's it was, I think it's an interesting observation, but it goes back to as long as I want all the information, I guess, all of it all decide how much or how little I'm going to guess completely agree Faust chat. All right. Free agent quarterback. Johnny Manziel, attempting once again, to rest or recess state is football for told reporters on Saturday, he is interested in reuniting with coach June Jones on Houston's new XFL team league will commence in twenty twenty in January or February. Menzel was briefly a backup quarterback for the team last season. Before being traded to the Montreal a wets was later, kicked off the CFL team for violating unspecified conditions of an agreement with the league after a string of off the field issues led to his departures from the Browns two sixteen. He has since bounced around multiple professional leagues, including the alliance of American football and the CF L. How many? Football lives does Mandel have. He's only twenty six can he make a comeback and does anybody care about his career anymore? I think he's a fun player to watch. I think we've watched his last NFL game. I think that in these pop-up leagues. Like the XFL pop-up league, he could be a star and maybe find his way, you know, there've been quarterbacks of kind of come back from the dead to serve as backups. But I think the days of if you're an NFL team, let's put it this way your NFL team. Jenin's L as you're starting quarterback. You probably aren't going anywhere. I agree. I agree. And I think that the circus sideshow, I wonder wonder when we stop covering stuff like this. I mean, I'll, but I will say that it would be a nice story for him to develop a football career in the pop-up league known as the XFL, he's the kind of guy that actually would cause you to tune in to see a game, wouldn't you? Tune into see Johnny percent. Tune into c- Tim tebow. Yeah, I wanna see how he does. Yeah. Fouls, by the way, I heard an interview with Menzel this morning and member. He he pivoted. Briefly wanted people call him John. Yeah. Because they want people to take it more seriously. And he was asked did did you still want that? Are you John Menzel? No. That lasted about a day. Yeah. It's very, he's very sketchy about everything he goes, I couldn't nobody would do it. So I backed off. You're listening to Caspian Los Angeles. All right. Mace according to Dylan Byers of NBC news multiple sources close to the Golden State Warriors are telling him Mark Stevens. The minority owner of the warriors who pushed Kyle Lowry and will likely be or will likely be cells forced to sell his shares before the start of next season. Darren Revell says, if Stevens is forced to sell his undisclosed stake. He'll get around four point five times what he paid for it in the summer of two thousand thirteen a source told revival he body an evaluation of eight hundred million Forbes. Now values the warriors at three point six billion. Oh, so here's a question. Let's say Stevens wants to buy into another sport. Football baseball soccer, you name should what happened with Kyle Lowry force him from doing that, if he wanted to join another team should he be allowed back in. I you know, I cannot imagine the NFL NBA, MLB NHL kind of has a scarlet letter. Now does anything him to buy in? It's a bad look. And I have absolutely no idea. If Mark Stevens has as any racial overtones to them at all. I think he probably doesn't, but it's a bad look to have a white billionaire hedge fund owner, shove Kyle route Lowry. And tell him to blank off right on apparently more than one. Yeah. It like somebody, I heard I think was steaming say it gives the appearance of a plantation mentality deaf, and I don't think he can do it. I don't mean second chances guy think he should. But these are these relaxed a better word or private clubs. He's worth two point six billion dollars. He's going to he's got more than second. He's got many, many many but I think his chance. To get back into the private club is probably over fair or unfair you know, because people listen to show, probably hair say, wait a minute. You said that all these people in other walks of life deserve second chances, and I think Mark Stevens will get second chances. And I think like like this article points out, he's going to make a lot of money on this negative thing he's going to get paid to go away. But I think he's probably blown his chance to be a part of professional sports. I the look is bad. I completely agree false check. All right. If you John, you and I both watch real time with Bill Maher. Yeah. And he did a he often rails against millennials and generation Z kids. Use them a soft coddled whiny. He did a thing Friday night where he delivered a scathing mock, commencement speech to the high school class of twenty nineteen. Here's a little bit of what he said, parents here today to tell you the results of your parenting have been incredible for the pharmaceutical industry because these kids are eft up and need drugs. They need drugs for. The crushing levels of anxiety. They have brought on by the knowledge that after the way you pampered and spoiled them life is going to crush you like a white kid at a spelling bee. The truth is the world is unfair. And you kids, you're about to enter your freshman year of life, and that can be very unsettling much like the slap in the face. Your parents should have given you the first time you swore at them, but they didn't. And so you became the hey buddy generation. Hey, buddy could you put your shoes on? Hey, buddy? Could you get in the car, but in real life, not everybody is your effing, buddy? And that's why you're apt because nobody ever told, you know, or you're wrong, or you're in the way, or that's not good enough. You think the world is supposed to be a safe space where everything is wonderful and no one ever even gets their feelings hurt? Well kids, I have some bad news for you. Mr. Rogers is dead. MR right about millennials and generations, z kids, and our parents at fault for it. I I that's very funny. I think he has a point. And it flies in the face of what you believe. Right. You believe that the days of yelling at kids and trying to get to him by intimidation and basically, the days of Woody Hayes and Bobby Knight are over? Right. What Bill Maher saying is it swung? Too far the other way. Hey buddy is the office that they buddy Jenner? Yeah, is the opposite of what Bobby Knight would say, get the plank outta my off it. I think that I'd like I said, when we did our mock commencement speeches at the end of last week. These kids are about to enter rejection, sees sure some are going to be told no for the very first time. They've all they've gotten blue ribbons for everything. They've ever done. I there's another debate going on right now on Twitter about how do you feel about particip-? Nation trophies like every kid that plays an ally should get a participation. I personally am fine with it. But I also I think they're stupid plays into exactly what Mars talk about you get a trophy if you win. Yeah, you don't win go home and try again next time. Right. There's no consequences for losing. And in one of these, these kids, the feel, it started straight on Twitter is a friend of mine, who's a reporter, she's female and has two little kids, and she said, she put out a tweet like I'm so proud of my young guys who picked up there, I participation trophies and, and take pictures of her little kids who are like four and five holding up their little baseball trophies. And she had hammered like tell you tell your kids to win something before they get a trophy Volve above above the law. This is an extension of the Bill Maher argument, I think he's got a point that these kids have never faced adversity, right? And a little bit of adversity is good. Don't you think it is the parents that have? Done this. Sure it's the parents fault. It's the kids fault, and by an and the only way you're going to get through to this generation of kids. However, future generations are raised will you'll get through to them differently. But the only way to get through to these kids is with the hey, buddy move. Time for practice. The discipline, I have with my son is if he does anything I don't like he has to give me his phone for an hour because he's a dicta- to it. Yeah. So literally, he'll do something. And I'll just stick out my hand. He'll go. No, no. I what are you talking about? I go, what did you just do you just shakes his head answering the phone? But I think that most parents don't discipline their kids at all. Like like my dad, I get the belt. Did you feel? I, I got the either the wooden spoon or the I got one or the other once a wooded broken less time, you hear a parrot say, which my favorite said to me all the time. When I would say, why they would simply answer because I said, so. Right. You know, nobody uses that anymore. We never got we never got quiet down. We got we might my shut up why? Because I said, so we got shut up. I say, I see that all the time, not shut up. But I'll say like because I said, so he buddy. No, no. I don't do the hey buddy. I, I do do you what did you, you said that? I think it did that last week. The hey buddy generate inspire take out the trash, yet you have to be nice to them. But you don't have. I'll tell you what. You see. I think that's more. My idea to be nice to them. We'll be because they're still. But if you're not gonna going to be hard on him, who will? Well, nobody my, my dad was we Craig, I think that's Mars whole point is you don't have to be nice to well at some point you do otherwise they week the goal of further on in life. And then they're saying I might add magazine. I'm not saying you be mean to him, but there's a difference between being nice to him and just hitting them with reality. I mean, that's what is your wife is Lisa. Is she nicer than you are way too? Nice. Yeah. Yes, there has balance because she. No, no. Hey buddy from her. Hey, buddy? Give me your phone. Gotta say, no turn that off the generation is going to stick with me. I think that running most of the time, Bill Maher's rate. Oh, that's he's genius. All right. Coming up next for you. More fasttrack two minutes. ESPN LA. We just decided we're going to start. Hey buddy in Greg. Hey, buddy? Can you put that sounded? Hey, buddy? Hey, buddy? I'm not going to be here for the next three days. Sorry. Let's see how well that goes. Fast track. All right, Mace Jonathan Jones, a writer at Sports Illustrated has an article at the Jess NFL teams should stop retiring jersey numbers. He correctly points out that if teams keep doing this. They'll eventually run out of numbers, it's not an issue in basketball, or baseball because those rosters are smaller, but in football, for example, offensive linemen are only allowed to wear numbers in the sixties or seventies and teams are starting to run out the forty Niners of already retired. Three numbers in the seventies, plus his argument goes on most fans don't even know who wore the retired numbers. Let's put that to the test, Greg, you can help J you can help, you know, frigging clue. But but what I decided to do. You are big Rams fan in the where the ram station. All right. The Rams have eight retired numbers. Okay. But tween the three of you. Let's see how many of the. Eight you can get. We'll start with number seven. It's retired. No. Why gotta be isn't that what Zach her Warner? No, you're over one. Number seven is Bob waterfield. Bob waterfield K receiver from back in the day that is okay. Next, one number twenty eight is retired no-one Marshall Marshall Faulk, correct in Beverley folk is the only one on this list that never played in Los Angeles. The next six, I'm going to read, you all played at least partially in L A. Okay, folk was only a Saint Louis ram got it. So, but all the rest of these. Okay, number twenty nine is retired. You should get this, Eric Dickerson Corrales. Got an Eric Dickerson. All right. Number. Seventy four is retired about Orlando pace. No. Guesses Merlin Olmer erlin seventy four. You see every once in a while ram game shows. You should be getting these seventy five is retired. Is that pace? I'm going to say Mesa, I'll give you a hint here. We've interviewed him. Deacon John, correct? Yeah. Head slap. Deacon jones. Okay. Seventy eight retired Orlando pay Orlando. Let me just tell you right now, Orlando pace hasn't been retired yet. Guessing Orlando pace. He will he's in the hall, but seventy eight I would think. Mason. You've met him for sure. I Greg and Jezek you may have met him too. What your let me give you one more hint. Greg, you might get this. His son played at UCLA and has won a bunch of rings with the patriots. A bunch of running played at UCLA. Yeah. He's an approach ring his piece, probably the patriots best special teams player you Slater. Yep. So who's his dad Jackie Slater, Jackie Slater? Number seventy eight is the one eighty eighty is retired. No one's allowed to wear eighty. Landau. Paces. Pay says. No. Would you say Greg, Bruce, Bruce absolutely right? All right. And the last one eighty five you should get this, because people wear this at the games, eighty five. Does Torry Holt have his numbers nut? Does not have anything so. And he was eighty one anyway. Yeah. Got me FIS the price, you aren't getting. Does she get this tight end probably? Nope. Not at Tynan. I don't think this will help you but went to Florida played in the seventies, maybe into the eighties. Once played in the Super Bowl with a broken leg. Oh, Jack Reynolds note on blood, so t to his point guessing teams should top should stop retiring numbers. Nobody knows these numbers. It's like once you start. Where do you stay and like they've already tired names? They already have a three way, right? And like ring of honor ring of order. They already have three numbers in the seventies that they can't issue. Now seventy four Merlin Olsen seventy five Jones, seventy eight Jackie Slater. You're right Mason. That's a good solution ring of honor and leave the number of edible. And you just put in the ring or not Celtics, don't they have like twenty seven? But hired this others may be the only basketball team ever to run out a number the Yankees, I believe have no more single digit numbers left. One was Billy Martin to is Derek, jeeter. Three was Babe Ruth four was Lou Gehrig, five was Joe DiMaggio. Six maybe valuable, but that was Joe Torry seven was Mickey Mantle eight was Yogi Berra and nine was Roger marris. So I don't think you can get a single out at number at the Yankees. So, yeah, I would just retire names. I'm saying. I'm incapable of understanding or remembering numbers, you, you're, you're bad at it. You're not as bad as you think you are like you like what numbers. Lebron? That's my lucky number twenty three. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Did wear six briefly on the? Some number not going. Wait a minute. Whole. Let me let me give you because you did go to every ram game. Yeah. What numbers Todd Gurley thirty. Stop talking. Yeah. Just in their thirty what number shared Goth. Seven sixteen sixteen. What number is Aaron Donald? Eighty I'll come on. Sixty. No, no. I don't know ninety nine ninety nine ninety nine. Yes. So yeah, you are bad. Understanding of how to get those to stick in my head. All right in attempt to one up next day delivery. Amazon revealed that a plans to use self piloted drones to deliver packages. In the coming months cargo weighing up to five pounds, we'll arrive at your door and thirty minutes or less courtesy of fully electric drones flying up to fifteen miles drones or quipped with cameras. So if your home is in the flight path of delivery, it will pick up information that wasn't part of the transaction for future deliveries to other people. So there is a legitimate need obviously for rapid delivery here, but the drones think about it can collect information about every house. They fly over would it concern you that your privacy would be violated in the same way. Facebook has gotten a hold of your data and the cost of items could rise as well as membership. It could also damage property, if it crashes into your home. Do you support Amazon's new delivery by drone plan? All right. I'm gonna make I'm gonna make your question harder on me. Okay, because normally I would say anything where did puts robots integrator service. I mean Uruguay. But using your premise. Yup. Could I get my stuff same day instead of next day would that would it get what it get it to me faster? It gets to you within an hour done. I'm in no matter no matter the consequences by favorite thing about Amazon is the immediacy of it. The other day Jack was running around, and I saw he had a pair of Chuck Taylors on y'all converse had a hole in the bottom of his shoe. And I went on Amazon prime and I ordered him he likes he likes those actual shoes. I ordered him and I don't know how this happened but I heard him at ten in the morning. And when I got back from the from the show at four they were at my door. Yeah. It's great commission never, ever having to go to the store for anything. It's the greatest, I'm in normal that, you know, me, I'm not in. I'm not into driverless cars, I'm not in a you're okay with drones flying overhead. Yeah. What if I get my stuff right away because I'm selfish? And that's exactly what it is. Are you willing to pay more for your Amazon summit, more and is on prime? What is that? It's like a hundred bucks an hour, right? Yeah, it's one hundred ten bucks or something. So it so, maybe like one twenty nine yeah. You're still in. Yeah. I'm in. Matter of fact, here's an embarrassing admission. I'd go to two hundred frames on prime. I mean I use Amazon, Greg human habits. I don't have any. I got rid of it. Locks was too much. Yeah. I go to two hundred use it. I use it probably four to five times a week. The best thing about Amazon is you can order stuff, and then send it back. I'm getting back is. So e and I told you guys I'm getting rid of Hulu. I'm starting to think about Netflix. I don't. I don't watch watch. I watch Netflix, nothing on Netflix that I watch nothing. What are you? What's the number one thing you watch on Netflix? Sear. I watched series I like I'm sorry. I watched on Netflix. What's on TV? You watch it there. I just watched that central park, five documentary that came out over the weekend. I don't think I'll ever get rid of Netflix, Hulu is Lee. I'm I totally say, I don't know the plateau these she I got it. So she go at hand Handmaid's tale where she hasn't watched it, and I said, you have till the end of June, and she hasn't started it so into June. Bounce it. Yeah. I'm I'm done with that, and screw CBS all access to. Oh, good news for you. I know I saw it. I got a call Allison Boegli yet. The Lakers to somebody listening up till Alison. No, we're not getting rob yet. The good fight. Which I've seen all three seasons up, they're going to run as a summer replacement series season. One episode one next Sunday. Yeah. You like it. Rose, Leslie kit. Harrington Johnson's wife, the one who played egret is the star of it. It's got Christine Bransky Delroy Lindo. I've seen all thirty episodes of the good fight. It's great. And now you guys gonna watch it for free starting on Sunday. Excellent. So there's a new show for you. But with with the drones, can you imagine drones everywhere above us and all hell? Yeah. Why not be there has to be a lot of them because everybody is going to be using? How many planes do you think are over here right now? I'm bunch. It's totally different. It's gonna be just filled with drone of it is they are going to scout every yard that they over. No, I think is creepy. My dog is going to go crazy. Sees that drone. All right. Hit the thing Mace. Okay, last one for me. I have a game. Now the game of this game is called number two. Care name is your buzzer. Yup. Greg Jay and Steve, I will describe people that were or are the second person in a famous duo k a person that is famous for being the second banana in essence famous number two. Okay. All right. When you think, you know, the name buzz in first one to get four. Correct names is the winner. Okay. So two times two is four you get four, correct names. You win it. Here we go. This number two is from a TV show. He lives with his best friend on a very famous street. They have lived on that street since nineteen sixty nine his best friend is Burt. Mason, Mason, Ernie, Ernie is correct. So man. Oh, okay. All right. This number two is an actor. He played the young number two in the Austin powers movies. He also played Sam seaborn on the west wing. Mason Mason, Rob Lowe. Rob Lowe, and Masons, jumped up to. On that. Okay. This number two is one of two famous brothers. He won two NBA titles is the second best player on his team. He still in the NBA. But right now as brother is in the NBA finals, Greg, Greg, Seth curry, no. No Mason, Mason. It's pow. How tall is absolutely correct. And Mason has a chance to shut you to bozos out. All right. Let's give it up for me. Okay. What I'm trying to get one that Greg will get. Won't don't worry. All right. I wrote so many of these, I'm going to play this again tomorrow. If Mason gets this. Yeah. All right. This number two was a famous college football player. He wore number two, as his jersey number in the one year that he played. He won the Heisman Trophy at Texas. Mates them, Johnny Menzel. Johnny man. Don't even get on the board. I, maybe I'll play tomorrow and we'll put you into its I'll put Mason on a one second delay or something. I give you a fighting chance that was no chance whatsoever. That was bad. All right. There you have it. There should fast track. Coming up next. We will circle back to the big story of the day, which is Kevin Durant is playing tonight setting up a game five showdown in Toronto plus David Griffin general manager. The pelicans now entertaining multi team trade. Let. So all coming up for you Mason, Ireland. ESPN LA, ESPN, LA, Mason, Ireland. What is up? It is Monday and the big news of the day. The breaking news of. Kevin Durant is playing tonight warriors. It is going to be a gigantic game. You'll hear it right here on ESPN LA the Toronto Raptors have a chance to close out Golden State and bring a first ever world championship to the country of Canada saying you've said you think that this that drank coming back? We'll put the warriors over the top. You've mythical money by the way, the raptors are favored by one and a half point and a half. Do you think Durant is leading score for the warriors tonight? Or do you think that just having Durant out? There is going to free up Stephan clay, and they're going to go. All I think Durant is going to be I think Durant is going to absolutely lead that team to a win tonight. I think he is going to be on a mission. I think he sees a golden opportunity people questioned him when he went to Golden State and said, you know what they already wanna championship. What are they need you for? Well, now you're going to see what they needed, Kevin Durant for. He is going to rally them to a seven game series win and another world championship. Right. So if Durant, if they win tonight, the warriors would be favored in game six back in Oakland. Sure. Who would be favored in game seven at that point. Probably the warriors, right. I mean it's gonna be. It's gonna be even right. All right. If you're a warriors fan and your top priority. Is that Durant stays? How do you want this to play out so you don't care whether or not the warriors win this title, right? What you want, at the, at the end of the day, is you want. Kevin Durant realizes I can't leave, what's the best scenario for you. So tough matter of fact, I think Kirk Morrison's coming in today, he grew up a big war. He's still is big warriors fan, so this will be a question for him. All right. You've got three the last four titles winning another title, isn't all that important. True. But if you could guarantee Durant stayed young re-signed is a free agent. What's the best scenario for that? The best scenario is. I think that they lose. I then you the best scenario is that they lose and you always have in your head. Yeah. But that was a diminished. Kevin durant. Then Iran becomes the reason why they won the last two wrecked. Correct. And people won't blame Durant for this because they already were in a whole by the time they came back. And, and there's, there's an element of this tonight that has a heavyweight championship fight aspect to it. And here's what I mean. Most people think right now if you interviewed most NBA fans like put you and me on a lie detector. Yeah. And you say who is the best player in the NBA right now? The top two finishers with the Brian having an off year would be either Kevin Durant, or collide lineup -solutely tonight. They get to with everything on the line face each other. It's like they're getting in a ring. Yup. And if leads the raptors over the warriors with Durant Kobe thinks becomes a consensus best player in the NBA. I think you're right. If Durant leads the warriors back from a three one deficit and they win the title Durant cement, because right now, I think Durant, number one, right? I think Durant cement his place in the NBA is the league's best play. And very rarely do we get that put out in front of us. Let me throw something out. You we talked about this earlier, but Colli played just sixty games this year. I think it's a huge narrative, a huge part of the story tonight, does can you be the best player in the league while playing only sixty regular season game not only can you? But if the Webster's winter. Tonight. I think the NBA has a major issue. They have to deal with. And that's this, if the warriors win tonight, you're going to hear the name Alex McKechnie a lot. I mean, if the raptors went out Alex was the guy who fixed shacks torn abdomen muscle, and he was with the Lakers throughout the Lakers. Run in the first team in two thousand three and he left in two thousand eleven when the when the lockout happened in the Lakers stopped paying people. Yup. Alex left and the raptors hired him. And I read an article about him over the weekend, and win the collide trade happened. Somebody the raptors texted Alex, your now the second most important person in the organization now and what Alex did is kind of what he did was shack. He found a way for collide to keep playing and not burn out. Yup. And I think this copycat league, I think at the raptors win tonight, one of the questions it's going to be at. Asked is. Why did Kevin Durant? Play seventy eight games this year. Yeah. Why was he playing in a meaningless game against Sacramento in March when collide Leonard was wisely? Never played in back to backs. Never overdid it. And he was like he was at full. And he may here's nobody's talking about. Yup. Cho why is playing hurt? Yeah. Kawais not at one hundred percent and he's putting this stuff on. But he's at enough of his powers to control. These games would be the best player on the court. And I think if it happens next year, you're going to see elite star players cut back. And that's a problem for the NBA. You don't wanna take your stars off the board, right? You wanted to. And so, I think Adam silver is going to have to sit down with all his owners and say, okay, guys, we're selling ourselves league stars. We can't have stars taking twenty five games off. What do I have to do as Commissioner to keep these players on the court and I think things that'll come up our eliminate back to backs? Maybe skew travel in other words right now. We like if you look at baseball baseball takes a limited amount of trips back east and has what is it eighteen games against teams in your division? Yep. Maybe you lopsided the schedule to minimize travel. Do you consider? And I've heard Adam silver say all concert, you know, he's a pretty progressive Commissioner all consider anything. Do you consider cutting the schedule to sixty six or seventy games taking twelve to fifteen games off the schedule a lot of TV money? They gotta give then what Adam is said, what we could do is do that to peel this, and have a tournaments like soccer does, and the midseason tournament. And that's how we get a revenue back and get her. I aims back and you know guys you know we take instead of a an all star game. We get rid of the all star game. We have a week long tournament and everybody plays in the tournament and that you give revenue back to the network. We're invest. You. So I think he is considering everything. But if what you brought up a great point, if Kawhi in the raptors win it tonight you're going to start hearing, the phrase, load management and whether or not more teams need to use more of it. Or, you know, the league recognizes the term load management, as a legitimate reason for guy, not playing not only do they recognize that, if you know, I, I walk around with all those stat sheets if a guy sits out, and he's not injured, it says, you know, it'll say out, you know, right? Knee Yenisei out load management. Yep. Coined Leonard could have played in all twenty two games. He missed this year. He was healthy but he wouldn't be the player. To it because and it's going to have a trickle down effect. If the raptors win it tonight for sure. All right. By the way, the line moved just a little bit. It was Golden State, plus a point and a half an hour ago. And it is now Golden State, plus a point. Okay. Though, Kevin Durant factor rant is worth one half point. Some, I think is worth more than that. I four team trades. Three team trades. Anthony Davis a sixteen trade, why here sixteen very well could be got that coming up for you. Law says you get a player you get a player. ESPN LA, Mason, Ireland. It is. It's the time of year where if you're a Lakers fan. You've got to be listening to the radio. You've got to be listening to us every day. All the time, because something could break at any moment. The news today is that David Griffin, the general manager. I guess he's president of basketball operations for he's running the show down there in New Orleans. The gnarliest pelicans has gotten phone calls from four teams, according to watch nets Knicks Lakers, clippers, those four teams, according to whoa, JR. Griffin doesn't believe any one of those teams has got enough in the way of assets to complete a deal. What David Griffin is looking for is an all star, a future all star and to draft picks. That's what he wants in exchange for Anthony Davis. So if you're sitting there and you went Anthony Davis to come to your team, your Knicks fan or clippers fan or Lakers fan, or anybody, and you're trying to come up with scenarios in your head. Yup. Think don't think linear don't think what do I have on my roster? I can trade in New Orleans, for example, if you're the Knicks, maybe you, call the wizards. Yeah. And you get Bradley Beal involved in the deal. Maybe you call the sons, and you get Devon Booker involved in the deal up draft picks are involved. But now now think bigger think big picture because three four dreams. I mean, now you really are playing you're playing a three dimensional chess at this point. And he woes almost also mentioned in the piece that there is a possibility. He's not saying that it's happening, or that it's likely bit a possibility that something it's done before the draft the draft is in ten days. Yeah. In fact, he prefers the acquisition of twenty nineteen draft picks. Be completed days prior to the June twenty event in Brooklyn. That is ten days from now. Yeah. So something like you say, keep your ear to the radio because things things could happen. All right. Let me get a couple of things where we get into purgatory number one the freeway. Series is tonight and dodgers play. The gills in Anaheim, the dodgers are white hot. They won their eleventh straight series yesterday. And San Francisco max Muncie provided the only run of the game when he hit a home run into McCovey cove and then Madison. Bumgarner got mad at him. Deep field. With us once. Some words garner zero the Basu's with as thirteenth Homer this season to one nothing for skinny leave. Next few words for Matt. He turns on his heat or ninety two and up, and I don't know what Bumgarner got mad at me. No, it's gone. Like that. They're not going to run out of the box. Here's max after the game with Alana Rizzo. Well, he I hit the ball and then he yelled at me. He said, don't watch the ball. You run man. I just just want it back, you know, if you if you don't want me to watch the ball, you can go get it out of the ocean. Did you like the fact that you are now the next chapter in this giants dodgers rivalry? And I believe that you did ask him to run the bases with, you know. Mouthing off told me, don't meet it. But, you know, he's compared to their he was just fired up about it. You know, I don't I definitely help this isn't turned into a week thing because I don't want that on my shoulders. But, you know, I should just him competing out there and. You know, his upset he made a bad bitch. And that's all there was it. And then after the game this is what Madison Bumgarner said in the giants clubhouse. You know, I gotta say. The more I think about it. Let the kids play. It's what it's what everybody's saying. To let everybody be themselves in the in the let me be myself. That's me. You know, I'm just a symphonic then walk. So do you think I said, this is probably not over love? They say let the kids play but I can't. Yeah. What I oh, you know, we always say you be you, you, you medicine Bumgarner. They these seems play next week. I bet you somebody gets one in the back. And I think both ventures are going to empty think so I also wanted to get this in. You may have heard the David Ortiz story, he was shot in the Dominican Republic in what appears to be an attempted robbery, the bullet when you shut in the back the bullet went into his abdomen and the. He is recovering to the point that the Red Sox have sent a plane down to the Dominican Republic. And his brother says he's going to be able to get on the plane and continuous care in Boston as apparently lost part of his intestines, part of his colon and his gall bladder in this surgery that he went through Don insanity mango. But he is being flown on a Red Sox private charter to Boston for further care. He's going to be okay. He's an intensive care right now. But they think he'll be able to travel within twenty four hours. And then finally Shaam Sherani, who writes to the athletic has updated the Anthony Davis story, Greg. What's he saying? He says, sources Anthony Davis has focused on the Lakers and Knicks as the to desired long-term destinations the athletic NBA story on that nor, so there could be too. And this is obviously something to keep an eye on. And Shams has been ahead of the curve on this stuff a lot. Again, greg. I'll sing RJ bear. You guys were just talking about how RJ bear basically got a a goal here. Is he from the Knicks and now they're out so down to those two that can work, a couple of ways because I think, RJ Barrett is the consensus number three pick in the draft. And the other thing is Greg member RJ Burton. Zion Williamson were teammates, so David Griffin could pull any Duke game and figure out how those two look together. Right. That's what I thought was going to have. But you're talking about because he wasn't actually I thought it was I was asking. Is it weird that he would not do that? So let's see if this report from Shams helps tilt the scales to either New Yorker LA. All right. Purgatory coming out, and I think Morrison's in here. I saw Sodano was in here. Excellent, that's coming up next for you. Purgatory Mason, Ireland ESPN LA get after it on the defensive and we'll get after it as well. Let's get after it. Tori, Tori, don't get stuck in mortgage loan. Purgatory call HMS capital. They compete to win the best home loan rates. Call eight three three to five five fifty six ninety eight or visit HMS capital dot com. Now I here, Kirk Morrison is here. Good now. I know why purgatory is continually sponsored because it is the second highest rated half hour behind fasttrack on this thing goes -actly. So we were purgatory. Kirk. We will start with you. I was asking the Mason this question, but you can answer it. Honestly, because you're warriors fan if your number one goal is to keep Durant. If you care about the most is Durant resigns with you in a month and comes back mixture to play for the warriors. What is the best outcome for that, that they lose that he brings them back to a win to what, what do you think Kirk, I would think? If they lose tonight in game five. Right. That would probably be a situation where we know he's not healthy, and he couldn't get it done if they win the next three in a row like that's not good for the George. What do you think? I think best best scenario for return to the warriors for Durant. I think lose tonight tonight. I think lose tonight get embarrassed gets heat up like not even close. I get blown out tonight and then I'll even with Durant. And then it's like, oh, it's not just Iran Durant will not get the blame. No, no, no, no. He won't no matter what happens. Absolutely. Not. I'd say it's there's only upside for Kevin Durant, and his legs. On means game. It's like I mean I'm not saying he wasn't hurt. But there was already stories this weekend of the warriors will wondering why he wasn't available for game for like that stuff is already being discussed. Right. And out loud. Now it's being disguise on a white horse. He's right. Her Jurassic Park to save the day. Right. But if you know creams him tonight and just like covers him. He he has a terrible night. I got a hot take. I don't know. I don't think that's killer. They were don't wow. We get the breaking news sounder for the hot tech. Whoever wins game five will be the chip. Well I mean for Toronto that's clearly the cake. I don't think so. I think. They're going to be champ. They'll be chant ever. Right. The champion. Okay. I'm telling you because if the warriors win, I don't agree with you. They go to whole I don't either six I'm I think I think the raptors are winning it. And I don't know how, but they're winning it. They win game five the warriors. I think that thou the momentum's swings back to Oakland with Kevin Durant, if he plays well tonight, right if he plays we'll tonight that means now George six what are basketball fans rooting for like, what are you, I want seven? Yeah. All right. Let's flip this on a Ted. Yeah. If you're raptors fanning, you want Kawai to stay. What's the best scenario for you? This is a good one. I know where you're going. Well, let's what we'll do. And see, we can do it tough if they win tonight coy more likely to stay or go, I think tonight if they went tonight, he's more likely to stay because then he's like, whoa. You know, like we've got something real here, and they they've got gazelles a free agent, but he can opt in, you know what I mean. Like they kind of figure that stuff out. They could potentially keep that team anymore or another year. I think if, if the rappers win tonight Kawais gonna wind up staying. Yeah. I think that I mean the key word, right? When he was asked about the property stuff was he says that hasn't happened yet smart answer? Yeah. Yeah. It was a family feud. That's good, sir. Then just say, no rice said not yet not yet, yet. Keyboard said everything yet, everything. Yeah. You're listening to Caspian Los Angeles Mississauga, Ontario, man. That's, that's a lot where a lot of the players that is that, right? Yeah. Nice little nice little place by the right on through to downtown Toronto. Yeah. That dry plenty of times. Kirke told me in the hallway, you're disgusted that Mason. Can't remember jersey numbers. You know what kind of like that, too, though? I don't remember you're better than him. Go ahead. Give me give you missed missed everybody. I, I can do. Doc Donald nine ninety nine ninety nine okay. Mason didn't get. I didn't get you didn't get here. You're part of the ramblers is your girl shared gossip Todd Gurley thirty yet. Mason's office. How are you part of the rambling, not knowing about Mr. game I go to every game section. You sit owed section sale, you know that I never had the ability he in his defense. He is. He is told me this for years, like if you even told like do you know what? Number Jerry West war. No. How about Clayton Kershaw? Maybe I got maybe thirty two that's Colfax. Clayton's twenty two no clue OJ Simpson, don't know. I said, number then numbers now Vale capable. I'm the opposite of Rainman. Magic Johnson thirty two. Okay. I'm so big into numbers. Are you really to a point where I had different combinations for my lockers, when I was in high school college? Even in a fail to a point where I would use players numbers to put it in my head, and I would be like, I have a combination lock. So hopefully nobody follows me by you. I have one that goes Nash, Terry. Magic this national was thirteen. Yeah. Jason Terry thirty one scenario with thirteen thirty one thirty two that's how you should ties. That's how you should remember phone numbers. Yeah. We're players play jerseys. No clue. I always remember when I was cheering Beautiful Mind. Yeah. I was in kid and I and I collected like trading cards. I would know everyone's number when I was a kid, but now as an adult, like it's not as I've got thousands of baseball cards in my garage. I do not know the numbers of any of those players. None of them. None of them. It's never stop. Stuck with me ever. That's how. Yeah. Like if you if you asked me like the nineteen Eighty-four Yankees, I can give you a good. Most of them, I would say, yeah, you're, you know, who ordered number thirty before Steph curry, sure it was. No, I have. No, it was Donald foil wasn't. It was Billy Owens. Oh, but if you told me if you gave me like a long number, like you told me you have to remember, one two, three four five six seven eight for me right away. I would go, okay. That's Tom Brady. Walter Payton, Lawrence Taylor. Jackie slater. Tom brady. What number twelve? Right. You just said it just Senate twelve Walter bait, Walter Benton, remember what you're fading. Sweetness thirty four Lawrence Taylor. Really know fifty-six Jackie Slater, seventy eight seventy eight twenty two three four five six seven eight Joe Montana. Six teen. If I was close. Thanks. You get credit. When him within ten I'm listening to them. I do. I love that. That's my game like numbers could you throw them at me because I always wanted certain number. So growing up. I was Ricky Henderson fan, so. Right. Be twenty four twenty four. Yeah. So let me ask you a question when day called plays like how many numbers were in these plays that you guys would call like because you're a middle linebacker. You've probably a lot of those responsibilities. There was always spider Z Y banana, it was more words than numbers, right? I mean, there are a lot of the NFL plays usually have words or signals for certain players. Right. We had, you know, like oversaw blitz the salt mean s for the Sam will for the the w for the wheel linebacker blitzing the zero was the coverage. But this was, so I played in two areas. I played in the era where the linebacker had to wear all of those numbers on that wristband Brady still does people in college do. And then you had Finally I was able to finally get the green dot the green dot is the microphone and a hell. They can finally tell me. But until then it was all number. So we'll be in the first quarter plan against paid Manny, and it'd be hey, Kirk give me, you know, green seven, and I have to go down and find green seven right? Michael Thompson wants to know if any of you don't say it can any of you give me his number may still, you know, Michael war. I think I know it. Thirty one. No, kirk. He's kirke. You're the one he thought would get it. My I've seen it. I got a. Yeah. It's all right. I'll give you a hint hint. Same. Number is Richard. What's heading? It's forty one isn't. No, no, no. He got the number from the stock the great Richard petty the stock car driver. He may be this why he chance the number. Yeah, he could because he was such a weirdo such a random thing. He's probably the best Laker ever to wear it. I'm thinking about the other Lakers that have worn it and it's not a very common number. So you could argue that he signs his, he was Michael Thompson was forty three. Oh, that's yeah. See, I would go Brad Daugherty. I. Because that was like Michael would go Richard petty. I if that makes you feel any Richard petty what a random way to choose your number. Yeah. Well, you remember why why Metta world peace worth thirty seven. No, no. It was the number of weeks. This doesn't h well, but it's the number of weeks that thriller was number one on the album chart, the big Michael Jackson fan. Yeah. And thriller was number one for thirty seven weeks. So that's why I've met a pick thirty seven by the way, I finally got around to watching his documentary over the weekend. It's excellent heard it was great. I haven't network Showtime Showtime, very well, then Kobe's in it. Lamar Odom is in it. There's a bunch of stuff from the Lakers. Celtics game seven. There's, there's a ton of stuff, I still can't believe the malice in the palace happened. I can't believe it a surreal him in him in Jermaine. O'neal and Steven Jackson went into the stands and started beating on fans. Yep. I think actually think Germain's case a fan came on the court van came on the court and squared up to him, right? Yeah. And I didn't know this, but your main and runner test met it did not speak to each other until last year. Is that right? Germain was so mad at him because he thought he broke up a potential finals team. Well, they thought they could beat Detroit for sure. Matter of fact towards the night of the mouse in the palace. They the pistons were the defending champions and Indiana was blowing them out in Detroit. Yeah. And they all thought we're going to the finals and then that unraveled their whole team. And they'd Rick Carlisle is a coat yet. You know, they were they were very good team. They were set up in raring to go, and yes, so if you haven't seen it, it's, it's absolutely worth watching. So this big story broke guys. Right before you walked in sham Sherani on the Atlantic saying that Anthony Davis has narrowed it down. He only wants to go to the Lakers and the Knicks. Right. But George, that's the player perspective and the team technically trade them anywhere they want, right? Yeah. Absolutely. They can kind of figure that out later. And by the way, then that team can intern trade him potentially to the Lakers or the Knicks. Right. Remember who has it? Rasheed. Wallace spent a week with the Atlanta Hawks. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause that as long as he's there, I spent a week with the Florida Marlins. Yeah. After December fifteenth? He can then be traded again to whatever team he wants after December the fifteenth. Yeah. Once you can, if you acquire someone I believe December fifteenth is the deadline where you have to you have to wait until that day to be able to then trade him again. Now, David Griffin says according to wodel he'd liked to get this done before the draft. Yeah. And David Griffin. I saw once an all star in theory, a potential all star and a bunch of picks. So look everyone is all freaked out about that on Twitter. It's negotiation. Of course he's going to ask for the moon. You should start any negotiate hundred percent. And by the way, everything's negotiations are fluid everything can change. Right. So if you think if you're a Laker fan and you think you're getting them thinking in, you don't have them yet. Right. And not yet not yet not yet. Knicks fan. You think you're getting them. You don't have yet. But by the way, adding a third or fourteen complicates things I time. Oh, it does. Yeah. That has to be at has to be complex way, more complex, tell Lakers. Got Dwight Howard fourteen Toronto. I don't. But it just like they don't happen. You don't even get a three or four t you don't get a fourteen deal, like every year, like four people can't like the four of us can't agree on what to have for lunch. It's hard. That's that was what we talked about in our group chat today. It was like how hard it is to split a Bill for ways, when guys eat different. This guy's the drinker. So he's got like four. Yeah. Yeah, he only ordered a salad. I ordered a main entree John. Maybe only order, don't you just don't you just do the thing where you say, we're dividing it by four. That's what I do. It's just it's so so much the heavy drinker, heavy drink where because the heavy drinker gets away with it every time right now, the drink, or you're right. That's, that's what we're talking about. Like so somebody's going to not get the best of the deal someone's getting the shaft, always, oh, God. That's such a pain in the ass. The item is as I'd rather just split. This was your beer, pay more pay more than I. Oh, just to get out of that. Yeah. I think they're hoping for David grip is hoping for some team just say, you know what we're going to give a little bit more, but we're going to get this in return. So it does help out the Lakers. It's an advantage. I just don't see it happening. Yeah. I just think that again, if I'm if I'm the Lakers, don't get hung up on anyone. Not name LeBrun. No. Absolutely not. All right. Purgatory chapter to come. Mason, Ireland Morrison Sodano. He SPN. Furniture ori-. So is that true? By the way, that this is the second highest rate is our on the station, right? Behind faster is fast wreck sponsored. No. Why isn't it? Sponsored I it comes. And goes I mean let's go, let's go. Let's that doesn't need to come just Joe. Do they do a great job like the Jason sold? The breaking news thing you see that it's like no lenience than oil James breaking new. Yeah. We have our, our breaking news on our show is sponsor anytime. There's breaking news valvoline instant oil change. Remember after invent? Breaking news to fulfill. No, no, no. It's just when it happened. Okay, I'll give you something. Here's some breaking news. Here's a hot take. Okay. Go ahead. Brought to us by valvoline instant oil change the home of the fifteen minute oil change. If Shumshere Ronnie is report says that Anthony Davis will only go to the Lakers or the Knicks doesn't that kind of tell us that Kevin Durant is going in the Knicks, because why the hell would Anthony Davis want to go to the Knicks? Yeah, that's a really good point. That's a really good point. Although brought to you by valvoline instant oil change. Yeah. Homered a fifteen minute oil change. There you go, right? Yeah. I know John can't talk about this, but you can't that does make sense. That does make sense, right? K D last game in in a warriors uniform tonight possible his sleeve right now. That's, that's what does recall sleeves. We're focusing on a D, but we know there are some other players on the scene. Yeah. Well, I think they're rich may be if Kevin doesn't go that way you know what I mean? Like there has to be another situation in which other guys will move their way into the New York phone. Well, now there's this kyri to the nets Kimba and K D to the Knicks thing that's floating around out there, which would make sense to I think Katie, plus Kemba. That's fine. Kemba is kyri diet kyri with less of the baggage. I like him diet kyri, particularly if Kemp is not the best player on your team. Yeah. I think he can take over games. Be diet diet kyri. I don't even like that. I mean that's not I think he'd be offended by it probably would be. But it's really what his game is. Yeah. Yeah. No. It is what he's way less of a headache. It's kyri without the filters, we're not the fillers. You don't mean without the he's not as talented those, you're trying to carry on the, the analogy. Yeah. I would say diet is, is better than poor man's version. A hundred percent. Yeah, yeah, poor man's. That's, that's something I'd. Yeah. Yeah. I would agree by the way saw a star is born this weekend. Oh, really what he was on HBO. I don't know. I just never got a chance of like a year ago. It wasn't ear nose like eight nine months ago. I'm busy during the fall. Okay. Or you know, stuff going stars. I'm in the league. You're right. You're in the league I got stuff to do. I'm going to the movies. Right. Right. Exactly. So I saw it. First of all, I loved it. But it super it was super predictable yet still really good. Which makes me believe that it was that goes to show you how good the movie really is because I could see everything coming, but I thought it was officer. Well, we vote. I mean if if you've seen any of the stars Joe already know that the guy's gonna wind up totally drug addicted. Right. Spoiler alert. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, if you haven't seen it made the movie five times, now, it always ends the same way, the guy is always undress at the end of it. Yeah. What about the song I thought the song? La LA, LA, LA gets on my nerves when that thing was I thought the greatest scene was when she went on stage with him for the first time. Yes, that was like I was like nervous for her. It was awesome when I was watching it. Yeah. Ireland a you're not a star is born guy. I haven't seen it really. I saw the old one. I saw that Kris Kristofferson Roosters ended up on drugs just like all the other starts. I did not spoil in Bradley Cooper single now. So maybe him in God. That's right. Yeah. The way him in Rena Rena shrink. Yeah. She used to go out with Cristiano Rinaldo. Yeah. Yeah. She's beautiful woman. I mean he's a handsome due to I mean, you know, both those guys she's done pretty well for so yeah. Is this the song? This is it. What do. Yeah. Yeah, it was a good movie. I didn't know if I'd if I'd like it or not. But it was really, really good. What's going on in there? They started producing. Yeah. J and Mike. Are you saying that because Bergman left is that a shot at Bergman? Yeah. Wow. We decided to bury we're gonna did you see the end to Bill Maher last week? He said, this whole generation of kids is, is spoiled, because they don't get any disciplined. The hey buddy, generally, I yeah, yeah, hey buddy put your shoes on. Hey, buddy and Bergman. Hey, buddy? Hey, buddy? That sound that sound. He is right? It is a hey, buddy generation, like I still my wife gets mad at me because sometimes with my five year old my daughter. I'll be like I'll do the thing my parents used to do, which is I in middle name our heroes, you need to get over here right now. And then like my wife's like she's only five that's no, that's no, that's what I say. I said, no, I turned out relatively. Okay. And that's how you know, my parents were way worse. They would have been like yelling involvement in that, right? With that earlier. I got the belt. Yeah. I got the belt and the spoon. I got I've told you the story. I. Boom. Yeah. Church when you to tell that story when you say you'd gotten away with. So I was like eleven or twelve at this point, and my mom tried to hit me. Right. She didn't hit me that often, but she did try to smack me, and I did the Daniel son, high block on all right. And she was willing feeling pretty good. Then she's just kind of stood back and just kind of looked at me. Not at, like, okay, mother bleeper that you. And then I went to go play video games, or whatever it was. I was doing. And she waited for me. And as soon as I got up to go wherever I was going the kitchen and bathroom, whatever all I see as I'm walking out of the frame of my room is a broom ahead of a broom, right on my face, and then she flew back into the bed. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the statue of limitations on that is over. Absolutely is my dad would do the indirect discipline where he'd yell at my mom to yell at us. Yeah. Yeah. Donna tell these kids to shut off. It was never. Hey, buddy? Never. Hey, buddy? Never. Hey, buddy built man it was my mom was the former Oakland police department. So when I think of belts, all the thin Beller the thick though has hit the thick Bill. So when it folded over it's like almost four inches of built. Yep. Yep. So I, I had a buddy whose Nicaraguan right? And his parents, his dad used to make him in his sisters when they were little, and they do something around, they'd get the bell, and he would tell them he walked them into the bedroom. He'd opened the door and the belts would be hanging on, like a rack and he'd go pick the bell, he'd made them big, the Bill while sinister. So what does your tell me that? When we started the show, the raptors were favored. No. I told you that. Yeah. The raptors were minus one. It's now warriors favored by one. Now. You go. Yeah. Let's see. Right here. Yeah. It's flipped. Yeah. It was eighty actors minus one and a half. So now two and a half point swing. Whoever wins game five there. It is when the series, especially Toronto specialist what sex coming up on the big. It's a shortened. Extravaganzas. We get you ready for game five in Toronto. Kurkin Inaba hanging out. We'll be discussing all these things that we kind of discussed here and I do want to get to the Rondo story. Kurt. Kurt rondo. He went on the record talked about the young guys dealing with the trade. It's not new stuff, but it is new information. Okay. Not a new topic. I tend to grant is at valvoline, breaking news. It is not breaking news sponsored by valvoline. Hey, buddy? Mike trae. Yeah. That's exactly how LeBron Manjit though. Hey buddy, you might get your. Oh, McDonald's minister. Is. Kendrick Perkins, by the way. We'll stop by three fifty five so half an hour tonight cool ever wins again five yeah. We'll win the series specially. Hey, buddy, your shows over time to go. Sodano showed actually. SPN LA.

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Episode 51: Jo Koy

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Episode 51: Jo Koy

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There is a wreck because the fog was thick. I don't think I've heard hit a pole big time. All right. Yeah. Like, I don't think I've ever seen fog that thick in Texas. You couldn't see like two feet in front of you. And this big old truck hit the pole blew out of transformer. I had no internet. No power for a while had to go to my beloved Starbucks to blog. It's been quite a day. That's what you get. Yeah. It was. So there's this old Saturday Night Live skit I used to love with wolf Errol. And I forget what the other person. Was but they're like it's like wake up San Diego. One of those shows and the teleprompter goes out on them. But it's live. And so I they're okay, they're bantering that and then it slowly devolves as they start to panic online anchorman. This is before anchorman, though, this this was like. What are you talking? Sketch. It's way older. I think part of it kind of like, maybe inspired anchorman, a little, but by the end, they're just like you see blood spurting up from behind the couch like they're eating each other. Everything's falling apart. That's yesterday. When the internet went out here, we're like an internet company. Why don't we supposed to do like f first and then everybody kind of scattered and went home, and it became like a snow day where even this morning people were like, all right? I don't have to be in early because we still didn't have internet and thank goodness for a guy all business Pete. He took a lot of flack took a lot of flack the last couple of days. He even tweet it out. But that's what happens when you have an attitude like biz trill. That's what happens when you give it out you better know whenever something hits the fan. And when you work in the technical department things are gonna hit the fan. I mean, I know it's nerve wracking just in my house if my fire stick my was on fire stick stops working on a Friday night. And we're supposed to have a movie night shit. My ask it's crazy. Everybody's looking at me. Like, you're the tech guy. This should. Be your thing. And my wife liked you have over one hundred thousand followers on Twitter house Amazon fire stick networking, and I think those things are not related things are related now. All know. And it's true here. It wasn't our fire. Stick was our firewall that went down. I've literally zero idea what that means. So thank goodness. I do what I do. And all business beat does it. He does. He was in the I'm calling it a technical closet. All the why don't you? Why don't you explain what you think a firewall is? So. We'll turn the closet here. We have a closet fro wires. So it's in there. Yes. I believe it's a some sort of panel that separates like the side of the panels for all the wires are and on the other side is where like the internet begins that makes sense. Yeah. And oh, yeah. Nothing happened to the panel. So the internet just looks like a bunch of wires. It looked like spaghetti just like hanging out. Yes. Spaghetti over at Newark airport. Yes. Spaghetti? Spaghetti? Something went very wrong. They're the firewall kind of crumpled apart. So we had to get a new one sent here new firewall. It was put in and so now or firing fire walling on all cylinders. Thank goodness. But yeah. So it was a wacky couple of days here. That's why we weren't on the show yesterday. But we're back. I'm glad because it is a huge huge night for the United States of America huge night. It really doesn't get much bigger than this. I feel like it's very important. It's something that we should be talking about. Affects affects me, especially as a woman. So I don't know. I just the old red wave as they say it Syria too. Yeah. I'm so glad I do, you know because I was just thinking I was like this is our first night of the week. I just forgot that it was Tuesday. Even though we prep that earlier in the show. And I also wanna say I don't think there's anyone in America can explain what the internet is or how it work, Al Gore. I have no idea works, Al Gore longtime still listening. Give us a call. Yeah. I I'll gore I. Pencilling hat and there's a little yellow ball on it. Honeycomb? Oh, well, of course, of course, you've come in the middle of your hat the internet though. I if you tried to explain to me, how radio works it blows my mind a little bit. So I mean, I know there's these waves we can't see flying through the air. I feel like the internet's like that. But wait faster, and there are think about how far away you, and I are physically on the globe. Yeah. And the fact that we can see each other in real time as our mouths move. And it takes me getting on a fucking plane, and it takes me four hours flying that far to get their mind book. How stuff works you ever think? We're just a small marble like a big pile of marbles roads. Everything just yeah. I love Marvel's. I think about morals all the time. But if you're if you're driving around, and you can't decide if you wanna talk about politics, or whatever we have our phone lines are open eight three three eight five stool if you wanna talk about. That we'll get into it. But not a whole lot. There's a I mean, I imagine there's a million other channels that you could talk about politics. So we're not really going to. Even though it isn't important night. Obviously any time there's an election night. It's very very important. But that is what is we're not gonna talk about that tonight on this show. We are going to mention some notable things because young Catherine found some notable things that she that. She would be remissed if she didn't share with you. Yes. And first of all at the same time as you're listening to us. You can hop on barstool sports hard factor. News guys. They're on periscope right now. Doing power hour. They operate out of a garage down in Texas. And it's like it's like a bunch of dad's sitting in a garage drink of beer of the camera, and they're doing a Paris cope. Happy hour or power hour. And it's PSC p dot TV slash heart factor. News is where you come watch that it's also on their Twitter and stuff like that. But PMT here at barstool that's his friends and he came up to the office today. He just got back from Ohio. And he was like, yeah. They texted me. And we're like, hey, can you re tweet the info nobody's really watching our? Gopi? We only have like seven people. So to check it out. And he was like guys you have a grace screen up. That says we'll be joining you at ten o'clock, and it's only like seven o'clock now like why would anyone be watching right now? No, I'm not gonna re tweet it now or two hours out. Now, it is sent clock. They're up there doing their thing. So pull that up. Are. You're listening to us too. You can do a little both at once. But yeah, a couple of notable things from tonight one Kim Davis the lady from Kentucky with the Blackie hair. She I can say that I think can Davis. They give you if you don't remember off the top of your head as I think that this is my most accurate tweet of all time of looks like she looks exactly like, Bobby Boucher. Mom. She does. Yes. So basically, Bob Shay's mom, Kim Davis of Kentucky. She was the county clerk who was refusing same sex marriage licenses to same sex couples. Anyway, she lost tonight. And actually he didn't win. But one of the guys who was initially running against her. Was one of the guy she turned down for a same sex marriage license now he ended up losing to another democrat before Bubba. But anyway, she's out whatever and then to I was just going through at all and clicking state by state. There are some politicians who are meant to be politicians simply because they have the most politician asked names of all time. And so if you can guess saving Republican or democrat, and what state they're from. Vern buchanan. Overn that he's from fucking Barron. Longtime story longtime. Hampshire firm do cannon. Now said the same thing to brand was Brembos. Like, there's no way this guy's where he's from. He's actually Republican from Florida. But he does sound like a guy from somewhere in the northeast Vern. Buchanan. Sounds like are these real people? I thought these people that you are making them up. This is a real guy. He just he's all right. Well, then I was just gonna say random states and not really pay attention to what you're saying. I'm gonna lock in really lock in Vern began and he's a Republican Florida. Denver Riggleman Denver Riggleman old ridge. Rig rig, the wriggle might he is from Connecticut. No. He is Denver Republican democrat Denver Riggleman. Gotta be. He's gotta be democrat. No, he is a repulsed. I know I know his parents must have been for the must have been out in Denver in their hippy days. I don't know Denver Riggleman is a Republican from Virginia. Neil Deichmann, Neil Deichmann, who we don't say that it's felt d I K E M N. Neil virginia. No. I'll give you a clue kind of close to home. Texas. Yes. Correct. Never guess the party. Deichmann? Gotta be lib. Democrat libertarians more like, yeah. Oh. Yeah. So you were wrong on all of them. I probably would have gotten them. All right. You could probably pick someone state you live. Yeah. I probably would have those are the ones that I picked out if you're listening, and there's a politician in your area with a wacky name. And you want us to guess, give us a call eight three three eight five stool, but other than that. You know, what's I will touch on one political thing? Sure. I like watching whenever the political commentators touch, the TV and how they know all the different counties. They know exactly what happened. Can you imagine? How long you have to study a map to know that. No, they go up into the Texas because they're talking about the toe and crews race, they're hitting all these different counties. Come up here. This eight percent of the vote, and he just knows it off the top of his head not a chance in hell. I would ever know that I have pointing out Arkansas a map, and I there. Maybe Arkansas tough. It's tough in my defense. That's the one state. I don't think anyone could find. I don't think anyone knows that you shouldn't. No, one should be able to tell you that you have to know each one of the states if it's a square if it's a weird shape state. You should know it like Maryland, you should know because it's a weird shape. You should know Florida because the dick shape our gun gun state to knows that it is. It is shame Texas is huge. I mean, Hawaii kind of easy a little it's noticeable. But yeah, if you're in a square, sorry alvie design your out. I don't know you. I don't know where you're at. I don't know what your deal is. But yeah, but that's it. If you want to call in and you wanna say, what's on your mind, you just want to vent about it. Eight three three eight five stool, but let's let's move on. And again, we might get a call from PMT or from the heart factor guys to give us an update in the show. We'll see but how is your weekend? Now that we're finally back. My weekend was pretty good. We had a good time. We hung out with the kids a lot in. Actually, I have been doing a new thing with the fam- that I have been putting my phone away. 'cause I'm terrible about being my phone. My phone the time I've been putting my phone in my room from like five to eight o'clock. So when the kids go to bed and just like not touching it at night. Been awesome. Been hanging out. Mccartney is fucking addicted to playing rock, paper, scissors. We played a game of who can win rock paper scissors in a series. Guess how many was in the series that we played usually play like best out of three out of five seven mckearney? I'm gonna say fifty. No, brand you have a guess. Three hundred seventy one. Closer. It was best out of one hundred sixty Holly. Fifty was like, I'm probably excessive. I said, well, what do you wanna play what three when five one hundred sixty? And I was just like. Let's so we just we sat on the couch and played Rochambeau. I mean, we probably played for forty five minutes, Syria. What do you go on? How do you do it? How do you do it one to one two three shoot guys? What I do. This is terrible terrible radio. But real quick you guys. Do a best out of three right now. Three one two three shit. You're always behind. We can't do like timing things. Because there's always a delay. Just. Just and I just given props the science like early in the segment, I'm flustered. I'm flabbergasted, we're going to go to break. Eight three three eight five seventy six five. We'll get back. We'll talk about the weekend. We'll talk about what's going on. We'll talk about we're gonna talk about some tits. We'll be back a little too high hate it. All right. So besides the big games of Rochambeau on on the house. I had a lovely lovely Saturday. So I'm also trying to have like more one on one time with each one of my girls like specifically because a lot of time when my all of us are together, my wife, and I ended up conversing and the kids just do whatever they are going to do. So I'm trying to take like h one of them do things individually. Cardi loves going to the feed store. So we get our dog's food from this feet store that is as Texas as it comes. They have like these huge Horth Tross. They have big old bales? Hey, I have a two thousand four to fifty. So I feel like I fit in. When I go into the place. And they have rabbits, and they have ducks and chickens, and you can buy all that kind of stuff there. But they have really good dog that they sell for cheap. And that's what I get for Gus. But mckearney loves the look at all the different horse equipment. She touches like the saddle and sits on it for a while goes outside, and they have this huge. Hey, pats the kids can play it. She goes and running jumps around there. But the highlight of her day at that place is getting a Gumbo from the Gumbo machine the Gumbo machine. So she goes in there. She's eating the gum. She's going around the, hey, we're petting bunnies. We're getting all kinds of trees for the animals loves it. The next place we go. I take her to the meat store for the first time the meat shopper. I get the deer from. So we drive down. I still are super into. Alive. Second store little bit opposite go on. Exactly. So I get there on the on the window. I see the sign that says if you want fresh Turkey never been frozen killed that morning on Tuesday. They're going to they're going to kill it at five o'clock in the morning. It'll be at the store never even chilled by like eleven oh that day. So I ordered one of those bad boys. Little eighteen ounce. Turkey gonna throw that bad boy on the big green egg. But we're walking around, and they have these huge Calix these cow femurs that are on sale that they just if they butcher cow. They put the stakes on sale the ground beef. They barbecue slow roast this big old bone that has a little bit of being on it not a ton of meat, but a little bit of scraps and get them for gust, and they're only like four bucks for the ball. But Gus we'll sit outside and chew on it for like. Two days straight. Like, he doesn't wanna come inside. He doesn't want. Anybody talk to him. He like basically lays on this. Cal femur and humps it and licks it at the same time. He's so happy. It's the greatest thing ever. But we go through on buying stakes. I'm cooking all kinds of steaks for dinner. Just a lovely day. Like going to the butcher shop with my kid. And she's like asking me what different things like is. That is came on like, no, that's a frozen chicken breast. He's just going through the different things is that. She's like what's that? Is that a duck? No that's beef jerky. Why the via duck? She's looking through and she helped me pump gas for the first time. So she's super nervous about pumping the gas and doing it. Right. And you get on your face. And she's like no nail that. She's like are. So she super pumped. It was a really good Saturday semi too high. Hey. All right. Welcome back to high haters, one of the most important things we do if our health everyday is brushing our teeth yet. Most of us don't do it. Properly. Quip is a better electric tooth bus created by Dennis and designers, and it was designed to make brushing your teeth. 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I refer back for free GT Q U IP dot com slash. Hi haters. All right. So when we before we went to break, we were talking a little bit about the working dog aspect, and when I went with some of my old buddies because that's how we have the connection to go get us attack and everything like that. I thought they were going to have they said, hey, this dog didn't pass the certification. He's no longer in the program. So you could use it. And I was like sweet because if you have a dog that still in the program, you have to have approval from Colonel and all this shit, the dog was out of the military. So we could do whatever we want to. So inside that I thought that the dog was going to be old about he was going to be an old retire dog. That was just going to be super easy Cejka go off. They're like a good time catching it Brin can do it. Then when we got there. The guy was like this dog is out because he's too crazy. So. Kevin. Pretty quickly. No, not the full thing. The dog was not out said the dog was not disciplined. There's things that were happening with the dog that should not have happened with the and there is a lot of red flags. Like, right. When we got there for me that I was just like the inner dog hand there myself because I've been kiddo. Mastro's subject matter expert for the entire Marine Corps like when I got out. So I was looking at what was happening in valuating things in my head. But at the same time, I was thinking, dude, you're not a staff sergeant anymore. Like, you're not in the work and dog program. You're just here's a ass blogger and podcast is like that's what you're doing here. That's your role here. So I just went with it. We went with it. Despite some of the things that were happening that probably shouldn't have happened with the dog. But it ended up okay? All of us. The talk had a great time. I mean, Doug. Gene out. He got nibble on all sorts of things. But yes, the dog had a great day. But I sell I knew when we were walking at one point. I was like I was saying the red flags to, but I was like, I don't know anything about the dog, handling whatever and chaps seems like he's playing it cool. And then there was a point where you stuck your arms out and kind of stop the rest of us from going forward where I was like, oh, no, no. He sees that this is kind of weird stuff too. But I did feel better. You see the bites. You see how thick it is. You're like, what's the worst could happen? But when you're in that situation in my mind, the dog was like twenty feet away from me, and they ride gets all riled up. And it comes after you in the video. It's like a foot away from me. They're holding onto it doesn't do anything crazy. But even still even without a lot of momentum both times that dog took me down to the ground. The second time so hard. I like, Bruce my tailbone. That's how. And there is two people time look rough 'cause you like landed awkwardly. Yeah. I mean, they're strong. They're strong fucking dog. It shook me like a rag doll, literally. That's how strong and gave me a new respect. Anybody who tries to run from one of these dogs is insane. But at the same time anyone who doesn't want to run from these dogs is insane. If you have done something stupid enough to warrant getting. You know, how you watch did you ever watch like on like PD live? I think it's called or they'll have like little clips that go up on the internet of actual subjects like suspects who get bit by these dogs, even as a dog handler, and I've seen it in person like in combat zones and things like that when it's about to happen and nobody's wearing a suit. And I know that the dog actually do a blood bite. I'm like fuck, man. I honest to God if you asked me would you want to catch a dog without without a sleeve on without a bite suit on or get shot. Again. I would one thousand percent choose the bullet in in my arm again because it comes through a lot cleaner. Like, you the process of getting one of those dog bites like that cleaned is so painful, I mean, I had the dog when I was in Okinawa bit through my hand, it straight ends one side and came out the other side, and I had to get it all cleaned out and everything that shit. Shit is so painful because they use a syringe, and they go deep inside to get it all clean, and then you have to wear a glove on your hand for days, but it's just the process of getting bit because it shred like they don't just buy shred because mangles if you're running it's not only just a sixty pound dog. But it's a sixty pound dog that has launched itself at you and grab we had a question on Twitter that that I thought was actually really good question about what is the dog grab the arm. While depends on how the dog is trained. The dog is going to grab the thing is that you present. So there's different types of suits. And you'll see it in the video where I'm wearing an arm sleeve. And that's why the dog comes after me. Kate was presented like they had her present the backside of her arm. That's why the dog went there. But you can have the dog bite your leg. It's whatever you present to the dog the dog is trained to go and they grabbing hold. So the easiest place to do that we want in the military want the. Dr to grab hold because you have a force continuum where you have levels of force that you use their seven different levels of force in a military working dog would be six lethal force would be seven. So that's like shooting someone releasing dog on somebody is the next highest level to shooting them. So you either release the dog or you shoot somebody those are your two options. Right. So it's like if you release your dog on somebody you better have damn good reason to do it because it'll fuck somebody. I mean, you can you could die from it. If you got bit in the wrong spot. Dying pretty small. So we our job is to apprehend. So we would want the dog to attack hold and then we come up and get it off. That's the reason why the dog that you caught would never pass because they had to use the pinch collar, which is not the appropriate. Use of a pinch collar, by the way, they use the pinch caller to bring the dog up and get off in the military world the dog in order to pacify -cation has to be able to give the command out. And if he doesn't do it, then he fails. Right. Like the dog on go reminded me of when a shark bites the seal like those slow MO videos, and you see it's is role in the back of its head and plants down even harder. This dogs is rolling in the back of its head with glee as it was biting, and do you know why it's not glee it stress whenever whenever that dog is on because he's been choked out so much with that. That's why I was like, I don't know if this guy's like the best handler in the world because. The dog is on. And he's making that we changed it from like a whining noise to growl and the video, but whenever there's a wine in the dog's voice, it's because of stress so the dog has been like, essentially, so many heavy handed corrections that it makes him. I mean, that's just common military stuff. Like dog handler knowledge that whenever the dog is whining. It's stressful thing, and you should be petting calming and good handlers. Do that most handlers would do that? That's just the way. It goes. We're going to take a short break. And when we come back, we're going to give you an interview with Jay from Jay and silent Bob that Kate did earlier this week. Really funny stuff. You're gonna wanna stick around for that. We'll be right back to high. Hey, I am in studio with vibes. It's me Cate, and we have a longtime stolley Jokela with us. Thanks for coming in today. Are you? I am excellent. And you sound like you're doing great you've been selling out shows across the country and now world girl. Right. Because that's is the break world two are like look at my stupid thing. It's the break the mold world tour. And I think what a lot of people don't realize you've been doing comedy since the nineties eighty nine when I started eighty nine late eighties. Then. And now you're largely out say like DIY you funded and did your own special by yourself. I myself how one hundred that it was the worst feeling in the world. You know, I say this every time, but I don't mind saying it, but I invested so much money into that special. And I still had to be funny that night. Yeah. I still had a job to be funny because we're taping. So it just sucked because I knew that what I was about to sell as far as my special the only person I really wanted to sell it to already said. No. So like imagine the pressure there. Right. Like, they already said. No, no. We're okay. Thank you. We have all our specials for this year. Maybe we'll look at you two years from now. And and I just knew that this this routine was good. Not good great. It was it was my out of the thirty years that I've been doing stand up. I knew that. That was my our like, this was my our this is the one that I really want the world to see. And and I wasn't gonna let them say. No. So I shot it myself. And you bet on yourself you want because net flicks came swooping in they bought your special and more. And now you have a new one coming out that you're taping in Hawaii. Yeah. Thank god. Yeah. Pick a why he was going to be in Hawaii picked Hawaii because Hawaii was always kind of like a struggle market. Right. Like, there's those markets where you just crush in like like like, I play Chicago. And I always knew I was good for like six thousand tickets or something like that seven thousand tickets, I knew for a fact I can go there was that market is just like man are we gonna get nine? Tickets this year, or what are we going to thousand tickets? It was just hard. There's no comedy come there. So you have to invest in the theater, and when you play the theater it costs a lot of money. There's union there's rentals all this crap. Can occurs. Yeah. Okay. It's just like, yeah. Man. I didn't know if I was going to sell Hawaiian, right? And then after the special man, we we rented out this theater called the Blaisdell theater. We it was only two thousand to two thousand seater. And we were like if it sells out we'll start to show early at seven. So if it sells out we'll add a second show for the same night like nine thirty show if it sells out because I'm not used to ever selling more than thousand tickets. So we went on sale, and it's sold out in less than a minute, right? Yeah. After the special after the Netflix special job so sold out like less than a minute. And then the theater was calling Rana tickets like everyone just bought everything. It's gone. You want to add that second show. It was like, yeah, let's go that's sold out like less than a minute again. Right. And then the ask for third show. And I was like all right. Let's third show that shut the computer down like we broke the whole website down. So now people are running to the venue to buy tickets. Now, you see this line for me out front and their post people post, and then we added a fort show. And then the computers were still down. People were lining up that we added a fifth at it. A six out of the seventh at an eighth then the news started doing coverage about it. Like the news was like a comedian Joe coys breaking a record under computers down right now. They were doing like these special reports last comic the last person ever sell. This many tickets was a journey, and that was a nineteen map, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. It was crazy. And then by the time that came out that show already sold out. So then I added a ninth, and then added a tenth eleventh and ended up breaking Mariah Carey's record. Wow. She had twenty one thousand tickets sold sold twenty three thousand tickets. Could've went longer is just that. I already made prior commitments in the Philippines Philippines. But man, we still want to cancel. 'cause I we it like I think we're gonna hit like thirty thousand forty thousand tickets. And then now Mariah Carey is going to keep going back. She's going to have to retype it again. I know what's crazy is. I every show that I did even though I never had a deal with Netflix. I just kept telling every show at the I love you who I I swear to God, I was shoot. My my Netflix special here. I said that. But yet I didn't have a deal at Netflix. I was lying. I did have one tell you make it. Yeah. I had the first special which but this one I don't even have a second special coming out. And I was lying. I'm coming here. And I'm shooting that plays here. The crow. I put I had it all video on tape. And then and then when I landed we got this deal with Netflix. I played that I put it on Instagram that audio, but it was so funny because we put the show on sale before I even had the deal. But I didn't even tell anyone that it was network that it was Tapie. I didn't tell it was the taping. Yeah. It was it an arena. So now went for the theater to an arena. So the arena went on sale. And that sold out. We added a second arena and that sold out minutes with third force. And now we have four Rina's, and I broke my record again. So it's like thirty two thousand congratulations. That's did you ever think you'd be journeys comedian equivalent in Hawaii crazy. That's awesome. They've always said that that's a hard market. You know what I mean? They've always said that that's a hard market, and I get it. Because like I said that was my toughest market for the special. I was good for maybe nine hundred tickets. And then that's like a break. Even thing. We're not taking home anything because it costs more money the rent. You know what I mean? So yeah. So what do you extra special knowing that those people are coming out? And supporting what do you attribute to your success in Hawaii just shutting out Hawaiian shows? Do I I don't know what I think they just grabbed a hold of that special that special they embrace it, you know, one of the nicest things they said to be is this one security guard that did the whole run. Those those eleven shows. He hugged me. And he goes your hours. Sort of cried. Was your ours bra? We got you bra. We carry on our back. Brought a UK we found the bra we love that was crazy start crying. Thanks. You said after that to some your shows you had to go to the Philippians two shows. Yeah, you're Filipino. How to do that your first time doing comedy there? I went there with Russell Peters as an opener, and that was my first ever the Philippines doing stand up. And and it was fun. That was a bad time because. Yeah, the stand they didn't know how to make make the venue nice. It was in tenth. They got these swamp coolers, and it's so hot out there. And then getting this ten these coolers kept going on and on with a little bit a little while you're on stage. Did it have anything to do with like onstage, cultural like pop culture things won't match up? You know what? I mean. Probably don't know about OJ, right? Nope. One hundred percent everything really understand our timing. They yes. Enter delivery. They they understand English better than we'd be better than we do. So that was a shock that that I didn't understand. Why more comedians weren't going over there because they speak English and they love to laugh. Yeah. And then when I went back that was like. Extra special, man. Like talk about talk about taking care of you, man. They went out of the way, they treat me like the president out there, man. That's awesome. Yeah. I mean police caravans on and they had like military side armed guards next to me the whole time. I'd open the door to my hotel room. There's an armed guard. You went to go downstairs. It was so cool. And man, they came out that that was amazing and everyone came out. No, no, my mom out. But but that was crazy man every like celebrity from the Philippines. They were in the audience. It was crazy comedy universal swamp. Coolers will ruin it. Swamp. Coolers are nowhere to be found. When it comes to stand up plea, no swamp coolers, you heard it here. So this is a world tour. Favorite spot? So far Singapore really ants down so three thousand tickets to Singapore. I didn't even think that was going to be possible. Yeah. And the reason why that was have you ever seen Singapore isn't just cleanest place ever has. You go to jail if you throw your gun on the ground like on the back of the ticket. If you have weed it's like a public hanging or something like that. That's really strict there and people respecting it's flawless beautiful. And and the cool thing about that is I got to share that with my son. So he toured all of Australia and Asia with me and he got to see his dad do stand up. That's awesome. What did he think? Singapore. All he loved it, bro. He loved man that was so much every every city it was just like every that we kept going to just so fun. But I think he loves Singapore. Think he loved Tokyo two that was like his favorites. And of course. Melvin Melvin or Brisbane Brisbane Brisbane because you got to pet a koala. Of my trips. Yeah. Yeah. And. Just sleep or they mean, sleep twenty three hours a day. Yeah. That show. It's so fortunate and we got one that was awake. So that's small window. What inspired the world tour like why what was the reasoning behind it? Because it's like, you know, one I have a tour bus and Orly's. And the only reason why. I always wanted to tour bus, man. Yeah. And like my manager and everybody my crew is like that costs a lot of money like that comes out of your budget. That's gonna I don't give a fuck, man. Like, I worked thirty goddamn moment. Like everyone else got a tour bus. I wanna tour bus. And my thing is I put my name on there. My name's honest has Netflix. I got my face on it. It's like, dude. It's either I buy billboards and every city or I have a bus driver that have to pay for for a couple years of drive around and show. I don't care. It's an investment for me. But one I got a tour. Final say on the picture that got on the bus tour. Everything pictures is employed by me, how many did you go through before you found the right one? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I wanna white. I wanted to stand out. Also, this is a question. I've had since I was a kid how many like dates do you need to have internationally to be able to call it a world tour like I'm trying to cut card here. Okay. The world. Okay. Drawn canada. Maybe like Mexico City date. Like. National tour. Yeah, man. Yeah. So yeah, we just got done with our Europe side, man. I did Belgium Denmark Amsterdam London twice. God. I can't. I'm not naming them. All but there's. Sweden. Norway. I can't name them. All that was a maze. Ing best crowd. Worse. Crowd or hardest credit. I wasn't really that was hard. But it was just like Amsterdam was just a little weird for me. I don't know what it was. They laugh don't get me wrong. But I just every brags about Amsterdam. And I think it was thing when I was a kid like the nineties thought that was the thing. Everyone. Always I smoke weed there. And it was like something taboo about it. Sure. We'd we'd Ventura boulevard LA. Just rides up with. Yeah. So that wasn't impressive to me. I don't know. I mean, if you wanna go see Amsterdam it is beautiful, but it wasn't my favorite city. And that's the first thing. I said when by the time don't get me wrong everyone. That's listening for Manson him. I loved you. Mother. Hair swede. It was amazing bell mother fucker man, the fries. Are you kidding me? I can't leave the fries in Belgium, and you wanna eat fries, go to Belgium. This makes me want to be good at something. So I can travel the world for sure inspiring me to try. Right. So traveling the world doing all this stuff. You have your own tour bus. So do you yourself sometimes myself, you also I mean, I was reading it. Are you kidding me? So Lyles stupid how lay down ducking dumb like this really happening. Did we really just fly private? Why like we gotta do it. Sometimes. Like crazy it back row right next to the toilets. So I'm glad you're having a great time enjoying. Was it was rough. But I mean, a lot of this is though it's like, oh, you're living the dream. But you have worked so hard for so long to get to where you're at and a lot like I said, I've followed your comedy and reading up on things and everything, and it's it is DIY. You have done it yourself, and like again like with the last special and everything you took such a huge risk. But DIY strike me as a big guy guy. Joe koi? Oetzi crafting is there anything else that you do yourself that you're kind of proud of besides the comedy. It's so crazy 'cause I'm so motivate. I think I'm so, hyper focused, hyper focused. I guess that. Like, that's all I think about right now. I literally can't sleep. You know what I mean? I'm always thinking about how do I increase the fan base? How do I get this special out? Like like, I'm already thinking about the the second hour. I'm not even thinking about this hour that I'm about to tape in two weeks. I'm thinking about second hour like when you come see me at the beacon, you're gonna see fucking two hours due to fucking hours right now on stage. And it's just like it's so crazy keep an audience captivated for that long. That's that's really cool. One of the final things this show is called high haters, and we ask comedians who coming up throughout the whole time. Do you remember one in particular, a heckler experience or a hater just really stands out to you like this was the worst show of my life? And here's why here's here's the thing. Like, of course, I got the haters that I had the beginning stages, right or a heckler. Yeah. But there's these other kind of heckler's that are kind of more annoying, especially when you have like a fan base. So like say, I'm sold out right out the beacon theater, right? So it's it's a different kind of heckle. Now, you know what? I mean like when you first start it's because no one in the room knows you and you're not doing well. Now, a heckler comes in. Because man you fucking sock. Like twenty dollar vodka. Cranberries, try to win them back or get off the stage, then hate your life or a couple of days. And then there's this where it's like you haven't establish audience. They bought your tickets in vans. And now for some reason there's just annoying like knowing superfan. Yeah. We're there yelling out your bid, and they mean, no harm. You know what I mean? It's just a super excited, but they don't know that they're fucking it up in the goddamn room shut the fuck up and that they're not the only fan only. Only. Bit on. It's kind of like it's like war knowing than that, it's like over laughing too. So everyone knows that they're laughing just like they want you to know that they're laughing. So maybe you could engage. I always like to laugh right before the comedian gives the punchline. I know that they know that I have you ever had someone just yell out your punchline right before you delivered it. No, no. Because not now. No any of these. I don't do anything. So they don't know anything. But the most annoying part is when I walked out in the yellow all my shit. But I mean, I I don't get mad. It's beautiful that they. All my shit. They'll yell at all my old shit. I'm just like. Okay. All right. Yes. That's my shit. Do shit tonight. Jay from Jay and silent Bob yesterday. Jamie is and I just like how do you ever get sick of people feel like calling out your lines from in front of the convenience after a while? Like, it just has to like, I know I appreciate your fan. You're having a fan, but my God. But so that's kind of a lucky thing though as an mad at it. Yeah. Same time. I can see it super superfan. Joe koi? Damn. You'd have to say it all the time. Yeah. Got it. Just keep a client down inside shit. You'll love that. Yeah. So you do you have like a home club? Now that you're like, this is my go-to always here when I'm practicing when improv the improv. Yeah. That's my it's so cool because that was always my childhood dream is to be an improv comic. You know, my favorite show is eighty evening at the improv. And of course, there's Caroline's on Broadway. You know what I mean? So like, those are the two meccas, you know, what I mean, if you're a comedian, those are like the two those are the two rooms you always want to be accepted by you know, what I mean? So yeah, the improv is my my homeroom, Melrose. So I can walk in anytime. I can go whenever I want. It's kind of a cool thing. Yeah. And when did that happen for you? We VIPs does stand up. I used to I've realized that I'll leave it up to the professionals. But when did that start happening for you was it like other people putting in a good word or you just put in the work. A mix of things are over the improv like once he started becoming like a paid regular like when you're gonna pay paid regulars like someone that goes up a lot at ease. Like in town. I mean, so you can still be coming up and being paid regular. Yeah. But like when you were an improv comic like that's when you're working the road. And you really doing the road games Kansas City, improv or you know, what I mean like the hard fucking rooms. Pittsburgh, improv. You know what? I mean. When connected to a fuck in cheesecake factory that shit. And so when you start doing those that's when it's like that's when the clubs really like recognize you they're like, oh, no disrespect. If you're a paid regular that's still a beautiful thing you're in. You know what I mean? But what I'm saying is when you're on that road and that grind. That's when they really appreciate you anything that you do everything. Everything in here. Everybody everyone can make millions of dollars. It's not even about successes and even about the money. It's just by consistent consistency being pushing and getting a tour bus if we're being based on. For no reason. I don't need that. Yeah. That is so expensive, you know, what's more expensive than tour bus tour buses nothing. That's just the lease set for two years, right? And the monthly on that is very expensive. But it has not that's nothing compared to the driver and the hotel room that I have to pay weekly for the driver. And I gotta feed the driver. And by the way, I love you, Brad. He's here. But I mean, that's another that that's where the expenses. When does your son turned sixteen my son sixteen he wants fucking Porsche. Get him to do. He wants to problem solve can live on the bus together. He could drive you round right now. That's so true. Every sixteen year old catering. Yeah. Being your dad. Yeah. Driver for sure. Well, as anything else that you want to the let us know about anything big coming out because I know you've you're working on animated projects. True. Tv. That's another talk about risk. Yeah. I was sitting on that animation for almost seven years. Everyone. And I kept telling my agent, I was like, bro. Dude. This story's hope bucking funny, man. And I kept it. I created all those characters. It's based on my stand up. It's my story. It's my life. You know what I mean? And and finally TV they loved it. They bought it in the room. And now the producing. You know, it's so crazy that like Tia career to the voice of like how circle this is coming this reality. I was directing her like I'm sitting in the chair, and and help her deliver the lines. You know what I mean? And it's just not it's just it's cool to see shit come to life. You know what I mean? When you believe in something you let it take over. You will happen, man. Good here with Joe Klay when when is the exact date that the special well, we shouldn't have ever it'll be out like maybe early April of two thousand eighteen and TV is that that's early probably April or whatever. Yeah. But that's that's up to two TV whenever they want to put that out there. So they make the announcement. That's what I'll make the announcement. Great. Well, we'll push out your social media. Just Joe Koi Koi? Thank you so much for such good vibes believing. Everybody get bad on herself yourself and get that bus. Let's go. All right. Thank you. You. Any too high hate it. Brinson. It is the last night of us being on the radio late. And I am so glad because when I first started the show I thought having the late night show. It would be great. I wouldn't be that tired like the kids going to bed. My wife has school all that kind of stuff. But over doing it over like six months now, it's been long days long days. Yeah. Because you've been doing ten to midnight for you. It's. Nine bad at this ten night for you. To eleven cents since April thirtieth. I came in a few months later. So it's been about half a year that. Our weeknights are taken up by an thankfully, like I'm glad to always think I would never want to be doing anything else. So it's fine. But at the same time, it is pretty exciting. Because big announcement starting next Monday. We are. We are moving on up six to seven PM eastern time Mondays through Fridays here on Sirius XM channel eighty five fill the same old. Hi hater show, but during your commute when you're finishing up work when you just need a break. We're right there slicker where sleeker ten times more fun at half the time. One of the thing that I'm excited about it. So one of the things that I'm most excited about the time change besides the fact that I can remove my life back to the point of my favorite part of the day whenever I would sit in mega chair and watch jeopardy with my family my favorite teams to do. Mega chairs back, but Dave said on barstool radio today that he would like to implement what a lot of other radio stations across the country across the world. Do where shows the lead in shows will have the guest the host are coming on come in. I am so excited to hear more of your interactions with. Yeah. Like he didn't mention specifically us coming in. But yeah, I mean, obviously, like, I think that if he has to leave you, and I come in on early the more interactions that you have with Dave. I just look for. Painfully awkward, I'm already. I've had Z because there's so many normal. There's so many different types of personalities at barstool. I would say that yours and days might be the two most different of anybody's. I mean, that's part of the beauty of barstool. Did there's not really to people who are very much alike. Everybody's kind of a weird bird. But you guys are just so so different. You don't have the baseline knowledge of what's going on in barstool what he likes to talk about like this or barstool, you don't know sports gambling. You're just weird. Big together in the same room would just create. I think beauty. I think it would be great. Yeah. And it's I like, Dave I really do. And I'm lucky to have him as a boss, but I can't picture any world where he'd ever be like, hey, you wanna hang out like, no, no. That will never happen. I will never. But but yes, so that should be interesting. That's a new development that I just learn about, but so after work on being more normal, but yes, six to seven PM five nights a week Monday through Friday, and I'm really excited to I love being on late. I feel like it was for me. I was felt so lucky to for you to include me in the first place like holy crap. I came out of nowhere. Thanks to you. And then all of a sudden on Sirius radio. So it was like a dream come true. And the late time slot was tough because getting home each night around like one something in the morning, and then getting up to do work here everyday and in having interviews early here. And sometimes it was like fifteen hour days a lot, but at the same time again, I wouldn't want to be doing anything else. And I feel like it was this has been the most perfect time to learn how to be on the radio. I mean, I feel. And not just for you. Like, I didn't have any radio hosting experience that all either I was like I thought because I had been hosting podcast for two years at the time like how much different is it going to be when you're doing podcasts there really is no time limits like you could talk. What about whatever the fuck you want when you want you can make it thirty minutes. You could make an hour. You can make twenty minutes. Whatever when the clock strikes nine o'clock here for me. You gotta talk. You gotta do it. If I'm having like a shitty morning on a podcast. It'd be like, hey, guys. Let's just move it to the evening, and we'll record for the evening. That's I don't think people realize about out of comedy in general is that you have shit going on in your personal life that sucks, and you gotta turn on the Mike. You gotta be funny. You got to being gauging when sometimes you just want to just shut the fuck my older pretty on. But I mean, my kid has a eared faction. She's going crazy like hurts her. She's crying. She doesn't want to go to bed because he's upset. She wants to just hang out and watch TV. Like, why do we have to do these things? Now normally like, okay. We'll just take ten minutes. We'll just hang out for ten minutes. And then you could go to bed when when the clock starts getting around eight o'clock from me, I'm like, all right? We gotta start wrapping this up because I got to get rid of this. Joe this data headache and onto a different area. I know I'm so glad that that part is going to be done. But I am very grateful to have any type of radio shows. Well, same here and just to caveat that I know how you feel right before the show started on this end. Brian was running around all horned up. And it's like Brennan down. Classic Oranje brand back. So yeah, I know that feeling. Yeah. So what happened out there today Bryn got you going today? I know it was Tim's Olex lips. Oh my goodness. Gracious. Control. Who is she by the way, she was on the TV show. She on the TV show, real housewives of Atlanta. She's Croix Bearman is ineffective player. They are married crew early. Good day. Wow. Yeah. So and he looks exactly like a crow white dude from I think like Montana or some shit like that play for the falcons now, he's more of a journeyman, but they spend money like why Russell Westbrook. He and it's like dude you or a backup defensive in slash outside. Linebacker. You're not making the money that you're spending because they're buying all these huge houses and chill like them. When gear gonna go and massive debt. Whenever backup players and players who were on the cusp of being good. But they're not great when they spend all that money. They're buying cars. What are you doing? Ryan. Like what? Well, it's always the news. Gus Gus saying Hello? Funny. He knows late night. So he wanted to join the best dog ever. But so this Kim's all Ceac. I'm sure I'm saying her last name wrong, but on top of all the money, they're spending. And she's I think a good amount older than him too. And they have a bunch of kids and everything, but she gets a lot of plastic surgery. And look, I we don't plastic surgery. Shame here, you do don't. But gotta say this time, she got her lips done. And I know you can't see it. So we'll describe it for you because whole Lee shit balls. They're huge looks like two giant see slugs taken a nap on each other. It looks like two big oranges cut in half. And just placed on her face. Looks like a birthday balloon six days later. Looks like two freshly steam lobster tails. Looks like two small twin fetuses in about three months in utero. Looks like to twenty one year old shaved test cools. Yeah. I mean, we on we were thinking about just talking about wasting. Explain her lips you for the next hour, but we'll let it up, but it made us think what part of your body chaps. If you've got a very unexpected plastic surgery. What part would you get wild like Kim, zodiac style lips on just for attention for content purposes. Yeah. Because people really underestimate the weirdness of your body or like the shape of your body barstool is a good thing. I mean, I don't wanna throw our men young mantis under the bus, but that certainly adds an element to his videos. Nobody else has. Yes, it does. So I would say that I would get an enormous knows that my nose would be like thirty inches long. Just like people can't where people are throwing horseshoes on it all kinds of stuff. I don't have any Novus. I don't to be ugly. I thought you're going to go with giant calf implants on this one because your legs are so. Wow. But on our last show nonetheless of time slot. But I you know, I knows that that would be a fun one forty. Yeah. But I, you know, I don't I wouldn't want big legs. I think I like my legs. Now, I think if I had big legs you have to worry about are these pants fit around my cats. That's never a concern for me. I'll never forget MTV true life. I got calf implants episode with this jersey guy. He was like a classic like jersey shore before jersey shore gym, tanning, laundry. Type fella and calf implants, and they looked so ridiculous on his body. And they're all bloody. And jozy for way longer than was supposed to be so. Yeah. Go with the nose. Can I tell you what I would get done. Yes. Because I feel like a me be super unexpected. So I would only ever post photos of me from the shoulders up. Like, it's me it's my face. And so then when people met me in person I'd have like triple z tits like just he Norma set, a hunger. Or if you feel like only. Kate because I feel like I'm not an enormous. Like, I feel like even if my got regular regular sees people. What? Like kind of like icebox. I would love to like roll up on people just like like enormous hold him in a wagon in front of me kind of enormous debts. I feel like that'd be brand. What would you get? I want. Sorry. Want to come? So horny, right. Time. Janis Brin activity myself. Dick. So big. That's friend to orange. Yourself. Like brisket Coatesville with the horn jokes. You need to act like a rhino in China and de horn yourself, gay Brinda, your mom, ever find in your room whenever younger. No, we had a family, computer. Family, computer. My mom did my mom found like old, Victoria, secret catalogues? Magazines, whatever that's true. Wow. A little bit. My mom came into my room to change my sheets when I was probably like fourteen or fifteen and found like a six months stash of Victoria, secret, met magazines, poor Tyra banks, she went through the ringer g through the ring. Ward. Sorry. Do you think? In their mind somewhere their minds. Yeah. Eappen happening. Yeah. What is that? What Victoria's Secret magazine? Let's like it's covered paper McShane. Eight hundred thirty seven six five we'll be right back. Any two high hate us. All right. Welcome back to our two of high haters. We got the ham champ in the building the whisker, man. He's all he's here. It's me, dude. I am so pumped about your new show that was announced today. Biggest true. Tell us about it. What is it going to be about? What's the what's the premise of the show? It's going to be half. Like, thirty minutes of us. Just talking about nothing. We get that five. About nothing. The last thirty minutes. It's going to be we did like a couple of tissues with trivia and people really want to beat us in trivia. Yeah. I don't know if it's so much about like the trivia or they just wanna rub things in our face mix of both probably, but no tribe's going to be a good touch. So it's going to be kind of like you're hanging out playing quiz O kind of just having a few brews at eleven in the morning with a few. Gal pals doing a little like imbera trivia, I'll play along just take a lot of people wanna know, they wanna know. Are you moving up to New York? Are you staying in Atlanta, you're going to do it like kind of how I do it? Or what's going on with that? I'm on the chip slam, man. They just sent me there ago. They just send me they assume kit. That's yes. That it opened Atlanta every once in a while. But now, I'm on the chaplain. I said give me the chips. I it's just so good. Do. I don't think people realize how how much further your money goes live outside of New York or it. I mean because Atlanta like economically is kind of the same as San Antonio goes a lot further than it would would there. You can make then you and being separated is different too. I think it's good because it will let you flourish away from coal to like it'll be good for both of us. I think. Yeah. And I like I'll still be here. You can still take a train down there. Still. We still make contents enough content for everyone. That's what I say, Kate, absolutely the more content. The better what's been going on out there? There's a lot of sports happening right now sports. Love football. Yeah. Steelers are beating the pants off the Panthers. I saw that their crushing them, right? Oklahoma City beat the rockets pretty good. Nice warriors are playing now. And everybody's watching NC state first weak force. Oh, yeah. And I know our guy quits there's a lot of people rooting for NC state right now and somebody stepped on Ben Rothlisberger head, right? They did what happened there not a huge fan harm. But. So he got thrown out. They call them like I. Unsportsmanlike conduct. And yet we got thrown out of the game for that. Oh. Yeah. But I will say like I wanted them. You're to wanted to ask you. I wanted to ask you about Zion. That game was I on outrageous. Right. I mean, the things that he's not just the fact that he's so athletic so skilled the fact that he can hit jumpers like that. I didn't expect that at all. I thought he was just going to be a big body jumping over everybody like a young Shawn Kemp, but he's like Shawn Kemp power with a bigger body can shoot. Like, I heard some there were some Draymond cops. But it's like he he might be a better shoot in the jury mind there might be selling them short. But he can get the ball right now. At at one hundred percent he can get the bowl fast ticket down there and make the pass or just dunk on everybody. So you guys had a conversation a couple of weeks ago. I think it was on it was on evening yak. And it was you and big cat and Roane, and you guys were talking about who you given up four first round picks for he's a guy. Yeah. Right. I mean, he's got to be. But also Barrett. Also for do might be like another guy. They might just have like two maybe three studs feeling Cam reddish. But they might just have to superstar goes on our team right now, you'd think that class for them. We'll be like the class ahead Antoine. Jamison Vince Carter at UNC when those who were on the same team. I think because they legit got the one two and three recruits, and they might go one two and three in the draft to which I don't know if it's ever happened. So they affect anywhere hundred eighty pounds could jump like that is on leave. And are you familiar with them? Yeah. Totally. I know Kate big sports on okay? Okay. Big Duke fan talking about our buddy Dwayne Wade today. And we talk about the way Miami Heat that new Miami, vice jersey coming out at fire. It is he's doing his last dance right now is final thing. He missed the game last night because he had a baby I'll s you know, you're such a Dwayne. Total weight head. If both of you are doing like one last year like wait is doing would you wanna do like the retirement tour like util everybody before? So they can like praise you and all that. Or would you want to just like end, Tim Duncan? I'm out. I'm just I'm just going. Oh, no. I do it. Like, wait. I do. Tour. Yeah. I feel like it makes your merchant makes everything more valuable for longer. So everything you touch is special because you're finishing on inversely. If you just randomly. Than you suck the rest of the time. It's like, oh, God at least if that makes it better. I think that's what makes it because weight is probably on like depressive being really terrible. Anyway, so fi now that it now everybody's like, okay? Well, he's just on their to do as retirement door. I mean, the fact that Vince Carter still going pretty amazing to the Vince Carter he's doing his like eighth retirement tour like I think he's just like people are going to keep paying me a million dollars. All these father primes running around out there. All right. It's just crazy. You've been saying forever. Prime how the court again, I think the most shocking thing about Zion, though, is when you look at when LeBron came out when he was a came out of high school. His body was nowhere near as ready as I'm nowhere near the. I mean auto cola the closest thing I've seen him physically is LeBron Miami when LeBron was like twenty six twenty seven in zion's eighteen by like athletically, only at lyrically forget that big can jump that high move that fast. That's only I've seen in tariff on what it is. I mean, what's going to happen to how does he get bigger and stronger like as he gonna get smaller? Do you think that affect them long-term already being? I mean, you could arguably say right now, he is he would be in the NBA. He would be the most dominating physical player in the leak now. Hundred and eighty bounds. If he was in the league tomorrow, he'd be the second heaviest player behind Bogue on who seven three and a giant and cannot guys are Selepe's on my boy, you guys are missing thing. Robert puffs yet ski playing with the bulk in high school right now seventeen years old size seventeen choose seven foot seven one hundred seventeen pounds. That's where you lose me seventeen. Well, I mean, I think that. How much does he actually way probably a little more than that? But he's gotta be dynamics hell, so don't sleep on him. I think he's going to be there. I'll keep an eye on her when I was in when I was in college the first time there was a kid who played at Choctaw community college, which was pretty close to where I went the dude was 7-foot-4. And there was I think it was it might have been Tyson Chandler Tyson Chandler came from a community college. Right. Well, he he is those two year schools you came out of high school came out of high school. I don't know what he did before. So might have been at a camp. I'm pretty sure it was Tyson channel that was there. But this dude was seven four and like the skinniest guy you'd ever seen. And he snapped his femur coming down from a dunk, and it was because he was seven four it was like the longest femur you've ever seen. And you could see it from the we're sitting on the second row, and you saw his they pulled back his basketball shorts all the way to like his underwear, and you could see because he was I mean, his femur had to be three and a half feet long. And it was just right away from how it came down. It really was. Well, this kid, oh, you felt we were done talking about my my guy. No, we're not. This guy was six I went down a rabbit hole on him the other day because we do the Snapchat stories every week, and I had been looking up because I saw so many people are like making fun of him on Twitter. And we do the snap. I call dibs on him. I'll do a nice one like I'll make it like nice about him KFC was already in there. And it was like water fuck freak. On this. Yeah. I went down a rabbit hole. So I could counterpoint I'm like speaks Romanian Hungarian, Italian and English. He's a gentleman a straight a student kind. He's all these things in KFC. No, sorry, guys, total nightmare feel. Oh my God. He looks like a giant spider. Slender, man. Yeah. A lot. He's such a great. Yeah. I hope he they're gonna balk them up. They'll be the next takes their feeding them like over five thousand five hundred calories a day, and he's like not gaining any weight still. He's like most be nice must be nice. This all crew knows what need to make them a ham show. Hams to take them. Times chap says hams for pours, and he rips on it. He's been very consistent with respect, the consistency. But again, a man of the people did you see the monster him? No. Oh, yeah. Tombo? Yes. Yeah. Well, it's somebody. I did. Yeah. Totally. Let's just say they didn't have my my approval. They didn't have your expert the natural disc. No. All right fair enough. I'm glad that they did for the radio show though. I'm glad that they pulled off all the sanctions on you very nice about. It's good ninety six along time ago. I was a kid. I was a kid what did on such a behind? What did you have sanctions on for, you know, it's a long story? I don't really want to. You know, they're allegations. All right. Say anything on our military podcast. They give me page eleven which I think are like sanctions fuck up all the time. So I got a lot of okay. Good name. All right sweet same boat in that regard. Well, we don't wanna keep you too long show. Thanks so much, man. Congratulations. Again, you excited about five days a week being on the radio being the big time radio. Boy, it'll be good. I'm looking forward to know ID which way it's going to go. But I think that's a good thing. I hope people tune in to find out which way it goes. Because I have no idea that going to be on eastern time eastern time's eleven to noon. Eleven to news true myself. Liz Gonzales, Jeff de lo and Kim jet that's going to be bad as such a great squad with that crew. There's absolutely no way. No way. Get some ham. Venture lunch that show. Go sit in your car away from your co workers. Love it. Thank you.

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"Bedale podcast is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card or four percent cashback on dining entertainment two percent at grocery stores. One percents on all purchases. What's in your wallet? These sees the base of the Dan lebatardshow with this to got spot Cass. Dan's eating. It's a big plate of pancakes. We'll be done a couple of minutes. A main sitting man all dressed up today. This is weird. It's uncomfortable. We're going to be off. I take at eleven o'clock is that right, Michael and is correct. As one of the several phases of the global expansion initiative. We're going on the biggest most popular show in America at eleven AM eastern. But we're all wearing an EMMY noticed it any noticed it with me because I never wear collared shirt. We are all dressed up here. I mean, this is dressed up for me. I gotta Lulu lemon shirt odd for crying out loud. I'd even know I own one of these theories everybody, even the shipping container. I hope there's a shadow you guys right now because everybody has their Sunday best on right now. I'm proud of you guys finally look in like the job you want and not the job and a half. Well, the the job at eleven o'clock is the job that I want you gonna kill it. Right now this year, we did this last year before we were truly the biggest show in America. And since then we've become the biggest show in America. And I'm actually encouraged because I've only had to send five emails this year, reminding them that sue God's as a part of the shot. Thank you. It was a whole thing last year baby steps I was a part of it last year. You were you were right. I mean, not graphically if they if they had it their way, I would not be a part of it. It would be Dan max and Steven right? This week. We just started being a part of it promotional you like you were on the still watched like the slate there were promoting highly questionable because that's Dan show. But it's Dan Stu gods. Joining I take eleven AM if you're listening on the radio that eleven AM eastern segment is just going to be the first take feed. It's not even going to be the Dan Le Batard show with stugotz. They are actually taking over us. Our any of the theme music. Yeah. Get the bump back in Mali's going to welcome us back from its. It's. The new one. Yeah. Yeah. Now wall anymore. Haven't watched it in a while. Fame. They're on same times us, right? I know. But then it's on every other channel we have the rest of the day. You realize that right? This is such a big deal. It's an exciting day here for the day and lebatardshow was stugatz. Because not only are Dannon Stu joining I take. But we also have a huge ticket announcement today coming your way at twelve fifteen pm eastern regarding our live, New York City show on may eighteenth. By the way, I wanna say kudos. Thank you so much for booking the same exact day that I have a live show Chicago much. Appreciate it. Why don't you cancel it sort of by design? Can't we already sold tickets? Yeah. But people bought tickets to see you. Hey, man, we have we have Dilling events going on have you ever put on a life show, Mike, this is a first of its kind. Now, we're not gonna do what you guys do just Ford around on stools and put microphones to your faces. We're going to have an original production. They're to be set prop there. It's it's there's going to be a musical number of some sorts. I'm talking lighter on talking video walls. I'm talking VIP meet-and-greet, which is what you guys are using karaoke. It's cute. Look, first of all, you're not gonna call us cute. Right. We are forced to be reckoned with second of all video walls. What are you going to show on the video walls people pardon? No, no, no. No. No. No, no, no. This is a top level production that you would expect to see when you walk into the Kramer theater. That's a city. That's a really nice for us. I think announcement how to buy tickets, or is this announcement leading to another announce this announcement is indeed leading to another announcement announcement when you have the, you know, this announcement will be announcing where you where it is you can find tickets, and when they are going on sale, I know that information right now, but I'm gonna tease it. We went fifteen years without announcing anything and all we do is now go fifteen minutes, I know where they can find it. I'll just say. Do you wanna get written up now? But I know want to get written up or waiting. Okay. I'm building TESL. This is appointment listening building. Let time spent listening our guys you you go to WWW dot you. Stop it right now Christopher serious as your superior h Rahman cycle. Ronan dance got gotta look I saw the look I would I would have blown right past that looking thunder. You guys think you're so funny pooh-poohing this. This is something that we all want it. Okay. We're trying to grab that brass ring. Right. Okay. What? But the Michael thing is debatable as to which you know, whether or not all of us wanted this. So we're doing this again, this is going on for, you know, our talent he's always always listened into the mouth breeders on the text machine Twitter and on read it about how we're selling out. So you know, what I've been the bad guy long enough to them on the mouth breeders. Aren't you supposed to? To breathe in your nose out your mouth. No, no, no, that's running. That's when you're exercising. No wonder all the time. To do that normally. So you you keep your mouth shut and you only breathe through your nose. You need that Navarre's thing because you're a nasal air paths down really, really constricted. Did you clean out your ears, by the way, I did? And I was going to do it on air. Oh, our I'll do it on the local hour tomorrow, really appointment listening right now. Right. Naming crass. Do we know what we're debating at eleven o'clock. Oh, I have your topics. Oh, you have topics. Yeah. Yeah. This is fantastic. This is what are you hoping for? What are you hoping? I'm always open for some Kevin Durant. Maybe some Golden State Warriors. But listen, I I could debate anything I could give on their hockey. I can give you whatever you want. All right. And by the way, if what was happening in the NBA what's happening in the NHL. No talking about it. But if it happened the NBA, it's all we'd be talking about Dominic covered. It's crazy. We had to go to ROY at hockey. Yeah. Yeah. We have we have to we have to cover all sports coming up in the next segment, though, a huge announce mug Gs in the next segment I will tell you exactly what the topics are for the first takeover. Wow. I know the topics do not know the topics you cannot read the computer, and if you can't to get a screen protector here. I'm telling you have to be careful with that. There wasn't compliance video on it sewing. Mark Hamill, really. How many topics do we have can you? At least. That's the exciting thing. Just one. Just one topic this one, however, what I put on a collared shirt for one up wherever there is a message that says L Y time, there's a set second top Lou. Cammo just a game or just looked at. I only saw have the topics. You got the you're going to like they can half of the sentence. Okay. Tune in next segment when I reveal what the topics are Blake Shelton. Over. I like how I take does that because they talked to you as you would talk in the shop. You're not gonna call the Lakers Lakers. You're gonna call them the lake show. Do they present the top? It's like for the topic bar on the show. Exactly how they present little witty pan in there and all in caps. Ota the topics. I can't wait that we were supposed to do a half hour. Yes. What happened to that view? Started investigating. It was initially. There was initially an ask for an hour, and our our we had a chance at an hour. They initially asked for an hour. And that's since been dwindled to fifteen minutes. This is on the heels of us doing an entire show dedicated finding out who Ford it on. I take you gotta bring talking right now. Where are you going to bring that up? Please don't got to. I think we should when you find out what this topic is. I'm pretty sure you're just gonna be all in on that. I mean, we have to bring up the fort though. Oh, no, no, no. At one point you should stifle a cough at some point. You should do you should cop and make afford sound. Four I'm gonna look on the internet for fake for it. Sounds and then when you cough, we know that secure for us to play the fort show, sh on the cheetah MacGill's cheetah fart noises. Too far. I guess you guys aren't clear with us that we cleared the villa? File. I takeover isn't us taking over I take. I take coming over. I'm firing anything off this board. I am respect my daughter. You. It's going to have to come all natural. I got you covered. I just typed in McGill fart. So we should have it shortly. Excellent. Listen. I don't care. What Michael says? Okay, billy. You're my boss. Christopher you're my boss. Okay. William. Looking. What's ROY show for I was supposed to go to ROY hockey, ROY Ford? We're talking hugging. Now, you're gonna go to sportscenter now. 'cause I listen, I am dying in other topics at first ache and Mike. Well, stop staring at me. Let's go to break. ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance clock, integrity, Mike. Michael block integrity. Michael, Michael, Mr. riot. Just Michael, okay? ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. Progressives homecourt floor gives you multiple quote options. So you could pick what's right for you? See for yourself today at progressive dot com. Here's your sports center. Update Stanley Cup playoffs. I ram Columbus. Sweat the lightning. The I'll do really donlevatar. This guy writes in due to my love and support for the show. I have decided to take on the heavy lifting and establish this petition to get Stu gods on around the horn stugatz in order to sign please send an Email to guts the horn at mail dot com. None of hold on it gets better, including your name address. Data bursts social security number mother's maiden name, an image of your signature Bank routing and account number hashtag, not a scam. Atta boy these live at our show with Stu gods. Only. ESPN radio happy forty sixth birthday to meet head. Tony Boselli happy birthday to him. I don't care. Good luck to God's was saying during the break because there was something on his computer that Dwayne Wade will be one hundred pounds heavier by his hall of fame ceremony. Gamma put it on the poll at lebatardshow will Dwayne Wade one hundred pounds heavier by his hall of fame ceremony. I said by the by the time the heat retires jersey, which I assume is going to be next season. There is a there's a video of weight enjoying retirement as he should just chugging. It looks like rump straight out of a bottle while playing golf I the whole bottle the Brown stuff. Would appear to be wind. What's on? I don't know. If that's why Michael how does not know the difference between Rome, and y I think it could either be rum or maybe Tito's. I don't think that's wine. He does not does is clot could gluten free vodka twenty different liquors. There got him chugging, clear rum. It there is such a thing. I know, but who who says definitively drugs any who chugs wine who chugs vodka? Dwayne Wade does because he's retired and playing golf. I'm just saying you have to be a little bit more careful. Okay. Appears didn't we do white powdery substance for months because we can't say cocaine, and I mean, you have to this show didn't, but they're supposed to be saying white powdery substance when you can't independently verify what the substance is many people listening. Okay. And I know that you think everything we do around here is a bit. But one right now is in the middle of our studio because we're all having an argument here about when we appear on I take it. Lest you think that this Michael character is strictly he'll he says, we simply can't do a fart noise on I take and I'm telling him, I'm threatening him. I'm. Saying if you don't do the chain of then I'm just going to ask a Molly was it. You like I'm going to do it. I'm gonna foul up the foul. The segment I'm gonna fell it up by just mentioning it. I'm telling you when everyone at the company that before we go on in half an hour. Look, you're raising so many hackles, and if you wanna be a hackle razor go on a head. I'm not going to be getting the Email from my superiors saying did you play a fort on? I hate because that's third rail. That's beneath. I take that's beneath e listen to this Blanco's. I don't want this to happen again. Please get the sound of that local broadcast in Cleveland that treated very seriously. The last time I got suspended, which is we put up some billboards. The reason ones in that other room is because I want Billy to have the power to make a fart noise on. I take one agrees that it's okay that we should do that the only one here who does he look at them. Look at your ally. Games. James until you off the record. I v agrees with you like many of us, but publicly absolutely cowards nothing, but our to round here. Great. You agree that it's a bad idea to play over firsthand. He doesn't agree. It's terrible. I did several is I want to know what the hold on hold on hold on. Because people think we're fooling around with this. Look when one is in the room, we all know that there's some sort of technical problem here. One is in the room because I have asked him to go see if Billy can have the power to play a cheetah for now Chris ever the rising executive offer. Dan, all worst case scenario. I'll just make the sound for you. What a good sold on your. I'm here were good soldier. He has been having the power to play the cheetah part has so far this show. However, the button is within my reach and as long as I live in breed. This is not happening. I understand that. But people think fooling around honest to God. Gary break is a fight every break is. No. And we're fighting with Mike because he says, I'm Michael, Michael. Honestly, guys, look me in my you cannot play a part noise on television. It's not I don't think true. This is something that you don't do television. We. Got in trouble back in the you. Don't remember when we used to play Ford noises on the radio and got in trouble with it you act like this is not all van a second. Hold on. Is it true? That none of you have ever heard a fart noise on television. That can't be true. I heard one the other day you could. I mean, I think and not here in Portland, which is on ESPN network news. You're not hearing that. Yes, you could hear it on sophomore sitcoms. I have the solution to this problem. This isn't an actual fort. It's Ron McGill making the noise of a cheetah fart, but it's not a fart. So we can't get in trouble. Not an actual fort. Everyone's happy work around. We were going on. I take in twenty two minutes. And I don't know how to do our show on I take. So as an. Managed to it. Yes. Lebron has too much power with the lake show. No LeBron doesn't have enough power with the lake show. I think blanks should be the general manager of the lake show. You disagree with sue Gaza's take on who he thinks should be the general manager of the lake show. And yes stretch that out for fifteen. I mean, I want to figure out how to do this. Max we do that for twenty five minute now? No, no. Once again, of course, you can't you can't be settled. Just incapable of hot meat cattle. Can you please get that sound for me because I don't want anyone at this company to say, they weren't warned. I'm saying right now that they've been warned because the last time I got suspended. I got suspended for putting up billboards thanking LeBron in Cleveland, there was a very serious local television report, and Cleveland, Kate, Hugh, you thought you think LeBron is that what you think this cause was yes, it was something like that. So it said, you're welcome packed. It was the opposite of whatever it was. Whatever was my memories fuzzy on this the details. Are we talked about it for ten days? And then when they suspended me they said, nobody told us I'm telling you right now that I'm gonna figure out a way to do that on. I take I'm telling you that I'm going to figure out a way to do it either help me or it's going to be worse. Like it's going to escalate if you don't help me do it. Are you talking about the sound clip? That's courtesy of W E W S in Akron channel, five not one. Not two not three not four not five but six that's right. Six of these. You're welcome. Lebron's love Miami. Billboards spread across Akron, the cost about a hundred grand, and they will put up by ESPN TV and radio host, Dan laboratory who lives in Miami. Well, the four letter network suspended him for two days because they say they had no idea what he was up to laboratories sent a text to a reporter in response. Which reads, I guess ESPN did find it at all quite as funny as I did. Nope. I needed people from Akron like LeBron James grandmothers fan club. I did not like the the billboard. No, no time don't mess with our town. A Miami Herald reporter spoke Libertad and says we may be out of bounds on the signs message. Then did it. You know to him. It was all good natured fun about what the billboards messages. People think ESPN did the right thing by having laboratory sit on the bench. Well, I think he did underhanded then you know, if they didn't know about it. They did the right thing by suspending him. They didn't know about it. We've been listening to our show for ten days. And I'm telling you right now if I can triple over this keep the sound somewhere because if I get trouble over this. I've warned everyone at the company through all the loudspeakers in Bristol that I'm doing this at eleven o'clock. They're not letting us do our show on. I take. Time to justify our reasonable salaries. It's a good mountain to die. Is it? Is it a thriller? Zookeepers cheetah, far noise. Dan, is it the good news? Is that Greg sowed can be reused exactly as is. And did it in jest that it was a good job. That sounds like an SNL spook of something that sounds like one of those things thirty thirty. We do it's they went to Cody to report on my feelings. He'd probably went to that. In fairness, no doubt Cashmore of the donlevatar show with. Stugatz. Ten to one eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN news. Stugatz here. Warmer weather is finally here. And that means it's time for spring cleaning. You could spruce up the house and yard. 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And now I fought from Geico motorcycle it took fifteen minutes to click on the banner ad entitled, you won't believe what these child stars look like now be dissatisfied and kind of said about how the child stars look. And now your computer is plagued by incessant pop up ads. This can't be to add insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen. Click made minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance to gyco. Geigo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance. Welcome only guys who care about our show more than we do. Tarred and Stu taking some time out of their busy day to join us guys. Thanks for hanging. Thank you for having us welcoming. You welcoming us into your environment. Have are not busy at all. To be honest with you, I will be I lived in south beach. I can find plenty of thanks. They look relaxed. Look, very relaxed Levitan looks. Hold on a second. Molly. Forgive me. Stephen egg. We're coming up to your neck of the woods up there. We're going to the Gramercy theatre to celebrate you as the greatest of all time in broadcasting. Are you gonna no offense, Molly, no, offense, max? But the greatest of all time is there are you coming on may teeth. Are they going to drag out of there? Let's listen. I mean, you put it an I don't I do not believe I am worthy of such a thing. But dammit outtake. I mean, of course, I'm going to try to be there. The permit me to beat is not like, I control my schedule, man. No push the forces around Steven you're the. So you wanna talk about LeBron? Push the forces around. Let's go I'm not LeBron. I wish I was wish that was let's get into a guy. That's where. Playoffs, LeBron and the Lakers. So here's the deal, our friend Brian Windhorst in Article V telling five tips to coaching. Lebron James, obviously, Wendy spend a lotta time around him number one. I feel like I'm reading the you know, the art of power award. It understand the art of influence with ownership number to have have his respect when you walk into the room. Number three have a game plan number four holds accountable and be ready for pushback number five, the ready for passive aggressive behavior. Listen, listen, I got no problems with it or whatever. And I think it's very fair list. And it's nothing insulting to the bra debt. Number five is major way that passive or grant. Oh, lord. Can. I talk about expertise that can do well below Wendy's fi top five just in shorthand for be Tyler Tyler seriously number. Panic attacks when you're sending them does. That mean, that means he's going to be the next coach max talking to you. Go ahead. Dance facing good be tight Lou. What does that mean? Because Tyler should be an administrative assistant for LeBron. But last time he had the job at swallowed him whole like his mental state. Well, forty one championship. Okay. Fair enough. He he didn't really win the Chebbi broad. Thanks. Tyler won the championship that tie lose the reason they won the championship. Well, I mean, they didn't with David Blatt. And they did with Tyler do believe it or not guys believe it or not that Dan. Here's my issue when I think about who the next coach of the lake is going to be that's not the eve, that's not even the number one gender or my list, if I'm the Lakers spas up because we're just looking at the Lakers to me number one thing has to be that rob politican. I'm not saying he should be fired or anything like that. But he should not be the man making the decision because let me tell you something right now, he's got his own work cut out for him in terms of being able to recruit to LA and build a roster which he has not been proven to do yet. And I think it's one of those situations where he should not be the one making that call. That's my problem with all of this. I think they gotta make they got to get the decision maker in place before anything else guys, dad. Let me ask you this. How much power do you feel like LeBron should have with the Lakers? All of it. He's the only valuable thing they have. I don't have him answering a former agent as general manager Lakers are mom and pop shop. They got him for three more years. They've gotta let him do what he wants to do. It's be the anchor or be the thing that saves us. But it's all tach to him. But Steve that you really think rob Pelinka is calling the shots up there. Like now, the Brown is the GM LeBron's going to decide who the next coaches. It's just a figurehead. That's too. The only reason I say that is because like I reported Magic Johnson wanted to get rid of both of them. Okay. He wanted to get rid of Luke and Pelinka. And clearly they didn't have a problem with Lucas Lou have one foot out the door because he already had the Sacramento job. So what issues would he'd have you look at Magic Johnson and the press conference when he announced that he was he was stepping down. He was complimentary about everybody. But rob Lincoln, not to mention the fact that you know, he he basically alluded towards spat outset directly the Turkmen behind his back. The back stabbing. What he said, it's so my point to you is that would all of that as residue you can't sit up there and ignore the potency of rob Pelinka because if he didn't have any chances are magic would still be, and it's not it's not politically this is like the godfather, you know, he never Barzini could've never outfought Santino. But it wasn't until this day that I realized it was a Kobe Bryant all along. Let's face it. Where does Pelinka's power come from? The don't underestimate. Libra? I agree with you. Then the bronze should have all the power. They hitch their started his wagon sink or swim with LeBron come on. Lebron? Let's do it your way put it all on him. And usually it works out pretty good. We'll see if it still does. But this is the Lakers and Kobe Bryant looms large in the imagination of fence. He looms large in genie buses, mind and heart, and rob Pelinka is the reason that the magic couldn't get him out of there. What what kind of force? Do you think keeping rob Pelinka in place to me? It seems pretty obvious. Kobe bryant. When I find funny is I think we all forgot at least I entered this season thinking this year was a throwaway season for the Lakers. Like, there's no way they could've put a championship roster together that quickly. I don't care if it's rob Pelinka Magic Johnson or LeBron James himself. This is all going to get down to whether or not players wanna play with the Browns. It doesn't matter who's George do players wanna play with the Brown, James. And does LeBron James still have the power and the ability to get players to come to LA and play with instance, watts it this is what I would ask you guys. Like if I tell you. We'll talk a lot about management. We'll talk about who they're going to hire. Who's going to have the power if he can get Anthony Davis is that not more valuable than anything else? They can do in management and power and ownership in agents. Like if you get Anthony Davis, he keeps LeBron James young here. Dan, that's not this here. That's next year. He's gonna go to free agency. So what do you do this here in my contention is this, and I want to see what you guys think about this? If lebron. Sean James, if you simply get on good deals guys like, Danny green and brook Lopez. If you surround the Bronx with good shooters who can also play defense that'll be enough to make some noise in the Western Conference and then the following year. You may add a star and win a championship. That may be the best way to go. It might be. But then you're LeBron one year older. And so it's gonna be interesting to see if this thing works out at all it ever works out with the Brown wearing a Lakers jersey. Because if you do it that way max, then you're talking about him teaming up with the superstar not next season in two seasons. I think he's thirty seven and thirty that point which is just it's fake I and it might not work out. But I still think if at some point the pelicans have to take a deal year or else they're going to lose Anthony Davis. I want to throw this by you don't only hear about rob Pelinka. You hear about Linda Ravis, the wife of Kurt Rambis who's got a position within the Lakers organization whose did dear friends with Jeanie Buss having some influence as well. So that's problematic and the point to you max in terms of what max had to say, Dan is too. I want your response to this. If indeed Kobe has something to do with this which you can bet the house he will categorically emphatically denied because he swears he has moved on if. Deed kobe. If in the mix from power from power position, doesn't that mean that Kobe trolls rob Pelinka over urban Magic Johnson. You guys think Brian is whispering in that. I don't believe that maxed us. Yeah. I can't. I look like just through deduction who else could have process of elimination. What other thrones you're doing? Yes. It's giving what other force could keep rob Pelinka em- place. He's by the seller, not a buyer. He's never been an executive what could keep them in place to the point. Where Magic Johnson has to quit what forces keeping him there. Look, I think it's the Magic Johnson didn't want to work at that job with all of his other business interests with all of his other happy life and that he didn't wanna work at that job. And Pelinka didn't help matters by being back stat. What's happening is max, this is your kind of journalism? It's my kind of journalism. I love it. You've turned it into. Game of thrones. And we're all guessing here, and that's the way it should be. But Dan is incredible. Journalists Stephen I'm not saying, you're not. But max your game is way more fun than the gain the day trying to play. I we'll say this, Stu, I find myself sitting here at this particular moment of time incredibly disappointed with Dan Libertad and allowed me to explain what allow Dan you in terms of conspiracies conspiracy theories and things of that nature. You're an absolute Pruitt this. And I can't believe you didn't pick up on the fact that Magic Johnson stepped away the night of the season. Finale, if anybody would read something it's the timing of his departure more than anybody else. It's usually you what's going on, Mr. south beach. Well, since we are disappointed now and seeing who can out disappointing other. I'm disappointed yesterday on I take somebody was gassy and no one has taken inventory of who that person. Was I accused max. On the air max Kellerman disputed, it doesn't leave a lot of people. I think it may have been Pablo offset and everyone's covering for him. Well, did anyone smell something on? No. I did trust. You me. Dan, Libertad it had he passed. Knows blame it. I wanna ask her. Is it who I was no say. Those isn't flowers around me at all times. Always a good time. Appreciate you guys. Was it because of the awkwardness by me at the end. Now, not at all. We don't wish in them. Feige about your awkwardness donlevatar, Stu gods. Just told me that he's trying to parlay his relationship with Warren Buffett men, a relationship that is only Warren Buffett coming on our radio show one time into Warren Buffett getting him on at Augusta. Stugatz. What are you laughing about their Mike just this show? DC libertas show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. So I just asked to got stirring, the break just asked him. What are you passionate about these days? What are you? What are you hearing about deeply? You know, what his response was a Mike. It's a billion guesses, and he would never get true no-one no-one no-one will get it. Right. But this is how the conversation just took place. I'm not making this up. I gave stugatz. The entire world on what are you passionate about right now? And his response was Rick barn. How is that possible? It's always. The entire world to choose from just making conversation chose born Z what not you fired up at life. And you said Rick Barnes. Why are you fired up about Rick barn? I'm just tired. And I have been for a while of all these college coaches Rick Barnes came out. And he said on the heels of telling Tennessee fans how much he loves the area. How great it is for his family. How much he loves the university. How much he loves Knoxville that of UCLA was willing to buy out his contract at Tennessee, which was eight million dollars. That was the cause of the buyout that he'd be the head coach of UCLA on the heels of telling everyone at Tennessee how much he loves the school, Tennessee. I am telling you right now the students that go there. He does not love your school. He loves the month. Roles. Because you heard on the sidelines to ever hear the White House tapes. They're big gutty with Patrick you with his assistant coach factory, Stephen is arguing if you're just joining us that standing Gundy is the person in the world who is bored. Among people who should be on jam to the complain about list. Stephen as list of top five Ron James Space Jam right here. He is a strange list here. The to Rossi is on number five fan. Ben Gundy's on number four. And who just climbed up to number three? He's a big it was Damian Lillard does rapid turn. Now. I mean is in his time. Let tell us that the movie LeBron listened to your boy, Stephen they break it down. Let's go to number two. Right. He. He and he looks a little weird. Let's be honest. It's not a it's so it's a couple of. What was that? Remember that from years? Say he looks different. Not only. The movies come on, y'all. It works. Give it to me, please Joel three number one oil in bead and cynical. Billy is here to tell you why it's not I this Bornes guy. It's unbelievable, right. You cannot on the heels of telling Knoxville how much you love them. The students are great. The place has been to your family. You can't say, hey, for eight million dollars more Ivy the head coach at UCLA. I am tired of these coaches Stephen has his list. I have my top five of biggest phonies in sports right now. And Rick Barnes is number one on my list right now. All right that could change it probably will change it about two minutes. But for right now Rick Barnes is number one of my own. You'll be in favor. I'm only baloney. Thank you for adding the rhyme. Can you make a top five list right now? So that I could deliver it with much fanfare at the end of the segment, I will give you time biggest phoney baloney, and sports, and in the interim, I will filibuster by railing cliche fashion against the injustice that is the NCAA not paying athletes. I want you all to consider the idea that the NCAA is a business and the way that you define business with the greatest form of greed while trying to mask that amateurism shamateurism is you have things like eight million dollar buyouts for the coaches while you can't pay the players. It's not even it's Rick Barnes. And it's just the buyout. It's just what gets you the ability to talk to Rick Barnes about how much more you're going to end up paying him time now for stugatz. Top five phoney bologna, he's in all of sports. Number five. You forget how we do this where I say number five, and then you do it or. Yeah. Forget it. You want to do it yourself now. It's okay. You number five. God's Joe Madden. Fake glasses to make himself appear smarter than he actually is number four Stu gods. John calipari. Gal number three's to God's Steve Kerr. Everyone telling me Steve Kerr's this great coach Luke Walton at fifty five games replace gurneys, the winningest Goto the history that franchise by percentage. Number twos to God's Kevin Durant. Slim Raper, unless he goes to the Knicks this list, the changes, I mean drastically, then he becomes the most beloved guy and all about it and real I'm assuming reports won't be actually number one of number ones to godson biggest phoney baloney baloney is anywhere in sports JJ watt. Wow. Gamma put it on the poll, who's a bigger phoney baloney, Kevin Durant or JJ watt L touching go. It sister Jeanette. But that's how quickly things can change it. Seriously, you know, two minutes ago, barges number one. And now, he's not even my body. It did. Gene, really quickly. Those the big surprise. I mean, I want to ask you this question. Honestly, have you ever seen a more ridiculous segment on television than Stephen a Smith doing top fives Space Jam to targets and having standing Gundy fourth? I mean. Of all the people in the world that LeBron would want on space Jim to why are you standing gun before? I'm trying to figure out why none of us were on the list. Okay. Wait a minute about yourself. Once you just sit outside for a while. Two minutes was trying to explain it to us. It's up talking over with over. You waiting for me and get out of here. They'll just sit there and stuff theater of the mind. Sit Maha penalty box standards such an odd choice. I'm with you. What side swipe of Boban as he call them. What's going to happen as the great friends, and he didn't fit me on the list of a little disappointed, Atty. Was that helpful? No, no Amine loves himself. Some amazing God. His I asked him a question looking for content to talk on the radio and his response was me. I should be in Space Jam to there is a lot of stugatz in every. I mean, I gave you Rick Barnes. I know the two of you between the how is this the biggest radio show in sports? Explain that to me when Stu gives me Rick Barnes passion. And mean, what he gives me is just not funny. Put me in Space Jam to just fifteen minutes or so. Okay. Huge show announcement. Oh, no love for the show in America. That's expanding per the global expansion initiative. Oh boy. Tim legler's? That's Michael's line. You've got an acronym. Orono ready? You got a nickname for it already. Think of other. I mean, just set in front of a totally green screen Legler next Cashmore of the donlevatar show with stugatz. Ten to one eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN news. Tim Legler with us now on ESPN radio. Thank you as always ten for making time for us. Can you please explain to me everything happening with the Milwaukee Bucks? And specifically the technical differences between the the Milwaukee Bucks under Jason Kidd, and these Milwaukee Bucks. Well, first of all as far as the bucks are concerned. I think what you have a couple of things, you know, the coaching change was a big difference. I think boot and holds our is a guy that you need to go back to his teams in Atlanta. He he's one of the brightest minds in the league. And he has a way of putting guys positions offensively to max out who you are. So I just think they're they're they're construction offensively is a lot better. But they're personnels. Also better who's best at who's best at that. Among the coaches you've seen pop is pop the one who gets the most credit for that particular thing where if you give him players he will max out their their abilities. Yeah, pop probably is the guy that over the course of his career has been as good at a good at that as anybody I've ever seen. I think Brad Stevens is phenomenal with that. I think Erik Spoelstra is right up there with that. And I think Mike holders right there with that. I think Putin holes around glad it's finally getting the credit that he. He deserves as a coach because the team he had an Atlanta even though he wants sixty games at that team. No one really took that team seriously as a legitimate threat. This is a team now because he has this transcendent star and onto the Cuco who the really is no answer for defensively. He now has a team that would we can get to the finals. And so he's getting the credit that he finally deserves as a coach. But you know, what Jason Kidd didn't have he didn't have Jonah south to Cooper on this level. So let's be clear about that as well. And a lot of that, you know, Jaanus deserves credit for that himself for developing himself as a player, he's he's that rare guy that despite the fact that you know, he's got some limitations from the perimeter. No matter how much room you give him he's so long with his stride. And so strong to play through you. Anyway, it doesn't matter if you back off of them he still gets where he needs to and finish his around the rent. I mean guy shot him seventy percent of paint this year. So I don't think. We've ever seen a guy with the combination of height and handle and strength in one body that you honest Cooper has. And that's that that allows all those other guys to just stay in their lane. And do what they do. Well because he's going to consistently. Just completely got your defense. The entire game. You mentioned earlier has this been his best coaching job ever. Yeah. I think so I mean, I I. I didn't see this team going very far. It started a year. I really did. I thought they were going to be fighting for their lives just to make the postseason what he's getting out of some of those young guards. It's pretty surprising. And again, we gotta give the players some some credit. I think sometimes when you get these legendary type coaches, you know, they get so much credit that we've gotta give some credit also to Brent Forbes, and Derek white and some of these young guards that you know, took up those spots that you were wondering, where's it gonna come from? When you lose a hall of Famer and Tony Parker. You lose Ginobili even John t Murray who's supposed to be your starting point guard goes down to getting the season. You don't know who's gonna fill these minutes. And if you don't have great guard play in the NBA, you don't have a chance. So you gotta give the the players credit as well. But I did not see this team as a legitimate playoff team going into the season. And now, I think they're in really good shape to win this series against Denver, which by the way, I think is also a team that probably was not a legitimate number two seed, most of the. Doc Rivers dropped two thousand dollars cash the other day and was surprised that somebody returned it. What percentage of America returns that two thousand dollars? Oh my goodness. You know, it's funny. You ask me when a day? Maybe when I'm in a good mood, and I'm an optimistic day, right? Said. Yes. In a cynical day. I'd say probably twenty five percent. I don't know. I think maybe half the people. What do you guys think they weigh less think? Put it on the pole Guillermo at lebatardshow, Instagram and Twitter, the one guy over fifty percent or under fifty percent on the one guy in the world who would have done that. Kyle lowry. Can you explain to me what it is very rare? Tim. I remember a long time ago. I talked to you, and I was talking about confidence. And I think you're mad at me because I said that you didn't have the same confidence on the court that Dwayne Wade did in two thousand six during the finals because it's very hard to find that place in confident. I can't remember too many situations where Kyle Lowry or demar derozan. We're geyser that appreciably worse during the postseason. What do you make of what's happening there? Yeah. It is pretty amazing. The way that he has, you know, elective pressure of starting the play offs at least affect him to the extent that it has. It's almost as if now it's the cell fulfilling prophecy because I think it's on his mind as you're headed down the stretch into the postseason because he's been on a good team. Now how many years in a row he knows he's going to the postseason? I think by the time he gets there, and you get that little two or three day break between the end of the season and started a playoffs. I really would love. To know what his inner thoughts are as he gets ready to start the postseason because there's no question. He doesn't look like the same guy. Now, give him credit he bounced back in a big way in game two. And he almost sometimes guys when when you're in that situation, you gotta fake your way through confidence. But you just gotta fake it and start taking shot that maybe you wouldn't even normally take and just hope to God one of them goes in because now everybody in the building will breathe you won't get that reaction every time you miss because even the other night he hadn't scored yet. He went to the line. He missed his first free throw. And it was like oh my God. The collective gasp in the arena like that trickles right down to him. All that energy is funneled right to that guy at the foul line. So he then started to like take a couple of quick threes. And he got a couple of go, and it pretty much changed his night. I don't know if it's going to change his entire series. But there's no question he's been affected by it. As you get to the postseason. I think the Marta Rosen was affected by it as well at times. And that's why when you're two best players are feeling that you're. Regular season is meaningless if they can't go ahead and replicate the same thing when you get to the postseason. It's been a real struggle for Kyle Lowry for sure you worrying about the warriors. Not worried about them. I mean, I I still think they're gonna win at all. I think he'd be foolish. Not to think that that. They're still the prohibitive favorite to win it that was a weird thing the other night. It's almost inconceivable that any team could blow thirty one point lead in nineteen minutes must much less. You know, one of the most talented offensive teams in the history of the league. I think it's it points to a a mental distraction that this team can have at times. Now will they allow that to manifest itself at a critical time, you know, a game five in a series that could shift the entire thing or a closeout game. No. So I'm not really worry about them. But I do think it does show a mental vulnerability that this team has had oh year that you know, at times, you kind of look at them and scratch your head. But at the same time, I always said to myself. Let's just judge this team on the big moments, and they haven't really had one now game three in this series. That's going to be a big moment. Let's see how they respond to that. But I couldn't even believe. Of what I was watching the other night that any team could blow a thirty one point lead in that short period of time not much less a team with that kind of firepower. What is your go-to Easter treat like the candy weakness that Tim Legler has what jelly beans without question. I'm a fanatic. And I'm a I'm a pretty snobby picky. Jelly bean guy too. He just roll up on me. But some random bag of jelly beans. You're going to have a problem. I won't eat them. It's gotta be only a couple types certain brands, but I go to town on those used to be a big peop- sky. But I got laughed at so many times by my friends and family that I just don't eat them anymore. What do you mean, you got laughed at for peeps? Apparently. Peeps. Are the most disgusting thing in the world. Even though I know they're selling, you know, billions of these things, and I was a dicta- to him at one point. But every time I break out a bag of peeps. Particularly the pink rabbits for some reason, I would get heckled by my own family. Certainly my friends to the point. I was like closet peeping. So I. Decided to just back any more. Way back to to jelly beans for a second. Here. Do you go big jelly bean small jelly beans? What's what's the preferred? Jelly bean of Tim Mugla, if they're the bigger ones, they gotta be the Brock. Yes. The Brock's all are ones. Russell Stover excellence are the best jelly beans out that they're actually so sweet. It's it's almost like a sort of like like a crack addiction for me. But that was so grateful they come in small bags, right? I just grabbed the one bag actually but up here for five days in Bristol. And I stopped at to pick up some things on the way to the hotel. And that's one of the things I grabbed that I've been nibbling my way through it for the last four days, but there are few better things in life. You're right, Dan. Have you try these than the red and grape Brock's jelly bean? Eight is a Tim my right eye is right. There are credible. Absolutely. Correct. Yes station. The station. What about you? What about you? I I by by missed it. Did you guys talk about this? What's what's your go to? Well. I just want to obsess over your peeps obsession because I think we're really leaving a lot of treasure there that we're not digging up. I mean, what are you doing? I I like skittles I like blow pops. But what are you doing with peeps? Because I didn't realize they were so polarizing, yeah. Apparently, they are. I it's funny. If you I'm surprised you guys have an experienced if you even mentioned it to I feel like the vast majority of people that I've even brought up to the face. They make right that disgusting. Like they're going to vomit face. And I'm so confused because they're literally everywhere. So I know they're selling tons of. He's actually really quickly. I got a good story on this exact topic. Jim mcilvaine former teammate in Washington, you guys might remember him to big shot blocking center that big white stick big white stiff. Yeah. Big big gist, those go. Yeah. He he found out about this peop- obsession one year, and he sent to. To my house while we were on the road. A I'm talking about a box of peace. I don't know how many were in there. But I'm guessing over a thousand we're inside this box Senate to my house with like a note like, you know, happy Easter like whatever I get back. My wife thought that that was from some woman that I had met wear out. There literally got into big arguments that where these people came from. By the way, those things in my garage and stayed fresh four I'm gonna say a year at least. Yeah. That's because they'd survive a nuclear holocaust. Yeah. It's it's and I didn't I didn't really get through all of those. I have given them out till like kids in my neighborhood. But yeah, I I actually actually almost caused us to be in therapy, the airline he's pleased around the pole. Are you surprised that Jim mcilvaine got in the way of the Legler marriage? Do you miss the big white stiff and our peeps? Disgusting. Legler good talking to you, buddy. Always good guys talk. You, sir. But then is for some it's. Guys. So good man breakdown anything. Yes, he can. Decidedly more passionate about play on basketball. One eight hundred flowers Mike Ryan when Mike go was yelling at me. Yelling at me ask you about Kobe jelly bean. Bryant. Close mean Celli being brilliant would have been a nice transition. The jelly bean talk jelly bean Bryant Kobe. Lebron Lakers talk. That's the sweet spot at. I your excellent. Thank you won it. Yeah. Are the warriors worried and they're gonna pop. One was good or the, but should the warriors be worth one eight hundred flowers leads enabling together anytime here for you. Appreciate it donlevatar. If you watched the interview last night that he did with Al Trautwein believe there's a fossil by the way. Anyway, if you why did you take out altriset try in traffic, please seriously? Well, polished Al Trautwein, I got issues with Al trout. They go way way back way back. Way back go on. I just don't like the guy, man. Stugatz. This on the pole when I say the name, Al trout wig. Do you? Imagine him wearing a wig made out of trout VC's libertas show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. We are going to talk football with me times ESPN the magazine multi-talented senior reporter on the NFL the Russell Wilson contract. Meaning you could check out her stuff. Here. The meantime show with lending on all the devices and all the places that you can update your podcast experience. Meena comes with us. The Russell Wilson contract announced from bed you as a Seattle Seahawks fan did what with everything that happened there. I wish thrilled. I was embarrassed. As I often am I wrestle the way. He went about it. He's so embarrassing. And yet I would throw myself in front of a car for him. I don't think I've ever had that kind of relationship with someone everything he does I'm cringed. And but I would give my ACL for him. If necessary it was a no brainer. It was weird to make is like the week leading up. There was all the silly sort of both sides leaking stuff together, look bad, you know, about the wealth and wants to be traded to the giants. You can kind of guess where that came from. It was just crazy to me though, to hear people saying, well, you don't really wanna pay superstar quarterback that much. It will cripple your chances in the playoffs. Look at what's going on around the NFL. You wanna get a rookie and build around him. I think that's preposterous. If you have a top ten quarterback in the league. And Russell Wilson in my mind is top five you pay him caps going up. It's fine. You can still build around him. Look what the saints has done for. For example, and even New England which gets thrown out as an example Brady actually did seem a fair amount of cap last year. So to me, it was a no brainer. And I'm just relieved they got it done. All right. So how does this catalogue go? Do you have like a top three cringe-worthy things that Russell Wilson has done. I would love I would love the list like what just give us the entire list. Keeps so embarrassing. I mean, there's a legendary picture of him wearing the Hawaiian shirt before CR got ahold of it. He used to dress like dad with like the guys like jeans now every video he puts out Sierra like the dancing. I mean, it's just it's all so cringely. And yet I love him so much. It's very a lot of cognitive business. Help me understand it. Right. Because I think there is no more dispirit thing that I could give you right now in sports than the way. Russell Wilson plays versus his personality because ooh, he is the boring superstar like he couldn't possibly be less interesting. And yet his style of play is amazing interesting on the football. That's it and only on the football. So what's happening there because you've had your Seahawk basically broken apart because it didn't seem like the defense liked him. Very much. Well, then as he plays into the whole she's pay the quarterback today because he will say, well, they're paying the Wilson. And and they're not no that's ridiculous. I mean, oh chronically Cam chancellor got hurt. Richard Sherman got hurt. It's not about pay. That's not why Seattle struggled by struggle. They went to the playoffs. So that's kind of overstated. I I wanna push back on the Russel Wilson. Like, he's uncool he's very profoundly, unquote. And that's coming from me Nita conch like Tipper medical someone on cool is very devastating. I wanted to argue with lobby this most I almost every quarterback in the NFL is uncool. Okay. Like, there's a lot of cool guys in football. I've met a lot of them. They're not quarterback. In fact, Mike had a conversation last year about Baker Mayfield where we were warned. He was too cool. Because it we look at Brady and the other guys they're not cool quarterback is not a cool position. They're in Rogers is cool. He's cool. But in a very different kind of way, I'd say is the opposite of Pat McAfee is the opposite of Russell Wilson, a punter who's very interesting and fun. What you're saying uncall-, you calling someone calling the just say that it's devastating. Yeah. I mean, you guys are talking. I mean, you know, I'm not gonna pretend like I'm you were talking about peace, and I was thinking about peace. And so I only I had my first peep, this is illustrated. How calama- I had my first peak about a month ago, actually, and I bought them. I was in line at target, and they have you know, they like sell seasonal stuff. And I said, you know, I'll try this now, and I ate the entire package in the parking lot because they were so good. But I didn't eat the my entire life because they were too cute. That's in Coolum. I was like either. I. I cannot. Finally, I had it for the first time. A whole pack. Put on the podium, if Meena thinks you're uncall- is that devastate I'm trying to think is it air writer who the coolest quarterback is that the coolest. I think maybe Cam Newton, right. Yeah. Probably well is it Cam those hats. Those. Defined cool. I mean like in terms of the ability to walk into a room and have every single person want to be friends with you like you. It's Baker mayfield's right now. We'll not more than Brady Brady not more than Brady. I know he's not actually cooling terms. I know, but everything will everything that's around him is so cool that it, you know, it camouflages is uncool. He is rich and successful. But Russia wasn't he's rich. And he's successful. Right. Not you walked in with a handful of rings, Russia's one. I mean, he's cool any coulda had that other one. But you're the ball at the goal line. I think you think too that the medications podcast, featuring Lenny checkout, new episodes weekly part of Levitan friends networks to you said the jets ten in six I thought you started the schedule thing and you went one in four to start the season. How the hell you got the jets then and say they get a very easy schedule on the back half. I had them going into the bye week. I think at one in three two and four darting and attended six finish. I mean, do you. I'd up NFL schedule. Yeah. I I'm gonna take the the Michael line and promote our network because apparently we're doing like eight hours of scheduled coverage today. Wait. I'm sorry. Have you seen? I are you. I have the jets schedule in front of me, courtesy of the daily news. But I know we're doing a two hour special tonight. And I'm outraged that it's only two hours. It could be like a. Yeah. I agree here. Put it on the poll game at lebatardshow should the NFL schedule show be longer than two hours. Both of you are prophetic at the both of you. I don't care the to agree. The both of you are and I have this little Brown's jets Monday night matchup. We do. Right. Anything else there that you've found more tantalizing than the schedule than that artist? Angelina army. I I wasn't invited back to do a mock draft. No big deal. It's not like my feelings are hurt about that. But I'm super excited about the draft. We're doing a dress Dominique, and I and some other friends of the show are giving grab show in Nashville as a draft is going on you guys should tune into that you can watch me meltdown with the giant take dangle Jones number six just like I did when I took saquon this year. Why why Nashville why because you're the you're tighten up. Like why Nashville? That's what the draft the district is. Well, no, I don't care about that. Like, you guys all making fun of me? 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Disconnected 050: The Curse of the Streaming Future (feat. Dual Core)

Disconnected

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Disconnected 050: The Curse of the Streaming Future (feat. Dual Core)

"So all right. What's been going on? Castle was great. Did you did increase coming soon. Follows season three. I don't know just a lot of adventuring. Good that's exciting with our good vegetarian. For the first time loom I love it I can. I can go like eat that shit all day so very very simple but a good week. I can really ask for this. Just been mostly playing mega man. Zero on the switch has other good report. Yeah I think I'm almost I think I'm almost being in. I think I'm pretty close no matter par fighting all the bosses again Talk Yeah so it is. It already reached the first time. Yeah it's been a Torius for being a difficult series and I believe it I'm playing it with safest and that's a that's like. Hey I tell you you're wrong. Tell me I'm not a real game or doing the thing where you beat the bosses. In order to get the power ups be the next boss so zero that you can't like there was one time. I had to go away. Yeah House usually doing missions as they came by but there was one that I skipped over two so I could get the Ice Sword power out so I could fight this other dude who week against that otherwise majority of the time. I was fighting the bosses without any weapon weaknesses so yea I guess good. Yeah but then when she gets the second time. It's a little easier. Yeah I finally got my preorder in for animal crossing ready for that Oh and then The spawn trailer dropped eleven. And it actually looks pretty sick. I wish. Mk Eleven was a better game. Because I like many August I do. We live in this weird time. Line right now where. Mk Eleven or just go by the series names m. k. and streetfighter are probably the weakest fighting games out right now even under birth. Internet of whatever the fuck it's called now grandlieu fantasy. Every artist in basically is so good now where they used to be like. What's guilty gear like artsy shit so high and street fighter and K are like on the fucking bottom tier fighting games right now that like? It's a weird parallel younger fucking. Those God as Roma's on the fucking. Whoever ed boom there's another at the time they were well who claim than they later became. Wayne or I think there were midway through something like that right. Yeah somewhere but regardless them and Cap God like that was what's up in rare when they did killer instinct. And now you know what I would love to be Tangent Brooklyn and I know the president. He's saying hijack everything's GonNa be really mad. Fuck them the thing. I would love to see killer thing. Go ahead and come again to killer instinct to but beyond multiplatform. Yeah because killer instinct was a fantastic game that the xbox killed let's face it but the report was fine but by the time we got to. The game was over already really playing anymore. Which Sucks K? I was sick. What DB fighters did where the fucking Kabul Killer instinct was pretty good at that too like there was a pretty easy combos. You know you could easy to get into hard to master type thing. I feel like killer is definitely not being where if you're planning to get to Lube assholes are fighting against each other guys are pretty hot stuff and the funny and then but if someone was really good at kfi infants of bullshit in there where you're just like fucker like anything else. I think that pretty much covers it? All right. We have another this. Another Valerie's backed by after three episodes. So she's back it's been crazy what's So I went to Houston to work got played a little bit of my switch Because I was in training and then over the last week I've just been running around new broncos leg being crazy talking to people learn for no reason. It started going around him bronx every one followed replace. So I've been in new braunfels working but I've been going to like replace where there's focus off so I can keep up with polk Mongo just been awesome and then to play Celtic. Larrabee where you start like. It's on your phone but you start off like as a mulas bacteria in the move up and you become humans in Ai. And of that and export sounds likes war They just put in dinosaurs. Which gives up some. Because you have to yell at Someone. Asteroids like you'll get to a certain point and then it's like asteroid and all my dinosaurs so it's been frustrating on that game and that me and my nephew had been playing playing against each other like we'll start. What an appropriate living inside name. Say the virus the same virus on line and I'm beating. I ended up beating taking over the world in two years. So pleadings fun. I love well. I played like wasn't there board game version of. Yeah I heard about it. It's dimic except the open pit. Stop it an expansion where you order a person trying to never got that one meeting at the end of life we are terrible but it was fine and then I went to a game shop up in new braunfels called depicted and they have a long term hanging out with the coach. I don't have anything else to do. Would school even working. There is good to have spots to chill out that way. If you WANNA be there early or in between you know Shitty you've got pretty much just wandering around the broncos right now look in perceptive healing finding stuff to do sound good awesome. The rest of the week didn't matter until like my day on Friday causing warning. If you do not care about me okay Bob or both you can skip ahead about. Let's call it. I'll try to keep it within twenty minutes twenty minutes because this is GonNa be a thing. I feel so bad for a little eighty one. I'm so sorry man but here we go here so he was out in Dallas to go see one of my favorite of all time ever go by I. K Pop show conjured popular believe it was so hard to tell people that because instead of them asking how the show was they just were like. It's your first game. Yes Okay I love I liked it in refunding like what like seven years now but like I gave up show I did. It was amazing. Like I go all out. I spent a lot of money to get the ideal circumstance. It was a lot of fun. Let Their you'll hear about five. Am to go to Dallas so the only real shady traffic we hit was surprise. Surprise Austin so we smooth sailing often for almost two hours tosses when everybody woke up exactly they're gonNA piss me off but stop in temples all the Weirdos there and then When we got about God we everybody ten Ish. No a little bit. Maybe tennis I was called tennis right. We went there already. Some people in line out people. Why would you go online so early? Because whatever so the way most shows work there you have your tears. I was. Vip There's VIP and in general admission ulcers gentleman show which is another reason. This one was really cool usually exceeded or a big arena. And you're going to be super far from the group or whatever but anyways but you want to be there though because you get numbered wrist bands and that is a good way to get your order of entry. Now it's still I for service you're in but there are like one go run where he wanted to to go. Run to where you WANNA go three so and so forth because of the few hundred years tack show but I was forty seven so I was still at the front the front which was so high like I was so worried I was going to be like sorry pushback of no. I was like all the way to the front but before that we got our numbers vans that we had about a few hours to kill so we just reflect around. We're live for like three hours but it was worth it in the end. I I was kind of like eight of and I was just like a bunch of nerds. Were here early. This is bullshit. I'M GONNA have to stand here for three hours but what you were. The group of six friends even made more friends in line at my speaker talking and bullshitting vibrant fast The weather wasn't awful which was great by that only gets there talking on that and going over my timeframe over three minutes but so we did that though he He went away for a bit after. I got to meet the group. So there was a small badge meet-and-greet that they opened up and it's like right away so many people were pissed because by the time. Most people hurt. If you're at work or Blah Blah it's already it was like twenty something people were were allowed to like. Meet the group so we all were. Let ain't after we got. Our subject was rare about this event. Is You got to have anything you want. Signed usually your supply poster. Or you're told you can bring an album or selling album there and that's it. It was very rare case. Happenstance then for someone who's going to be no all this briefing at a time. I bring whenever I want it so what I did John. Saris naked by. Oh come on Van and got my limited editions. This works on audio medium holding living in a limited edition. Pokemon switch light that is out of print and going for a lot of money now so she got personal. I'll pass it around for showing how I was really happy. One of the key moments is one of the girls are so cute. She's trying to smell it right so to show them. I forgot to write down on a post it note. I didn't know that was courtesy. I never been okay Bob show to improvise in everyone in lines like do that. It's smart smart. I busted up my license how to spell my name. One of I don't WanNa be mean to write in Hungary Korean. Ib So fucked. You know what I mean like they at least somewhat no so she wrote an S. And I go on an A. P. P. Energy and yeah and then she goes and I said I pointed at a as you owe because they look similar zooming right and she doesn't own I go yeah I do. Now a poetic hattrick which a lot of the is joking with the people online. I said I'm Lena my mom and Dad. This is my ninth. Hopefully my mom is episode. I will already have hung out with them and broken ahead of time. But if she hears this somehow before I'm over which is not possible going over tonight Moose but now you know infiltrate now but it was really cool though another really key. Moment is their leader. Eu She's like really short like tiny five like one or something like that. He's really tidy and her space his EU. And so she when? She wrote a truce accusers. When daddy was a e you and then she said it so proud and like they. English some of them are more of a varsity listen to others but the other one's still learned enough for the tour so we really have base conversation. Thank them I never pretty or whatever I know in. This case is just perfect for covering over. Are you GonNa do this first of all? I'm GONNA give this shit like eight hours to dry which I should have my hotel from top CO two dollars. I know right but anyways Because everyone else pretty much did posters. Each people were like this. Do this never knows my first show anyway. And so the girls too so gaming's obviously a lot bigger in Korea and Japan. So we're some other person here and it'd be like check out this virgin having me sign his fucking switch. They thought it was really actually really honored like in awe like the first girl would have handed it to her. I saw you sign. This is like really like it's like a two hundred dollar thing. Sure like a thirty dollar album. Then you bring that just in case I you know pushed out but now with it and she was like wow and then I got to the one member year and she's she's Chinese or whatever but she was just like she took it she was like. Whoa and she goes. I like video games to dying. Like a surreal about the whole. Experience is yeah I have. I have called miniature. The they were so like I honestly think they would wait. Better even person like you see filters you see all the video all the post editing. I'm sure they do in the video. And you're like there's probably GonNa look good in person. I know I feel better. Like seeing them like yes. They had makeup on. But like you would've seen flaws or would've seen shit where like makeup. It only covers so much. You're not going to be like well. What would it be? Shut the fuck it? Megan only cover so much so like seeing them in person like that was like it was like unreal. I just couldn't believe like the this like the distance that you guys are even further than I was from them like. It was crazy like seeing them. Look up their supply like seeing them just looking at is or whatever it was it was nice and then I got favorite mia and I told her I greeted her. Hello I'm going to do but I've read it her in Korean. Like hello and then she was already like. Wow okay cool and then I told her that she was my favorite. And she did the squeal like she's very animated my favorite one in a group. And she's like super hyper crazy and squeal that I had said that was my favorite and then she said thank you assigning it and then. I told her that I love Korean and that she she's squealed again. She like shaggy you squealed and then she made a little harder died and then. I got the last one. It was like she's five. She's five eight ish five eight and like she's really probably a lot of people's favorites because just like super like beautiful over like hers was lie and dead. At the time I got there I was just like I haven't signed that and that was really cool. So that was good that we fucked off for a while that should process after I spent a buzzer money. Merchandise pretty much got like one of everything. They did. Run A hats. Excuse me off because obviously the person so like that was a little heartbreaking. My friend got the last hat so it was him and not someone who's going to jump in the parking lot. He's too big to do that. I couldn't do that because I didn't want to. Not because I couldn't. Let's see let's see. Yati Yati then so we went on later. Oh after the banning we actually before I fucked off reverse. I gotta take a picture with them. Now there's another Pergamon is like the rest of it and it was like most concerts is a group photo. So you're matches the Tans and there's even twenty if they're really big take a picture you fuck. I'll take a picture. I gotTa do an individual photo with them which was extremely rare to and the thing that where I died further. I didn't just die like seeing them in person. Whatever went up to number four took my photo and I just instinctively. 'cause I just do not habit after bounding greeted them and they're so surprised because like they're just like Oh back in Korea the thing also giggling and then my favorites and I show said kid got. I went back to take a photo with that. And they're just cute as is like shit. I'm dying you fucking killing me. But in a good way and then I asked oppose they wanted to do and his heart and his okay five hearts and so we did. The hearts are photos. That was really cool and Photoshop. Because I was sweating. Greasy as flux had to clean up and a human being. And not some fucking chuckled. I looked like smiling like a motherfucker but at that point. Could you blame me now? We went back. They didn't fucking amazing show. I'll tell you later what they did. They did some awesome special stages. It was their first stop on their first ever so they never performed in the US. Before God read it to a huge crowd of hundreds of people it was packed to the Brim. Like it was loud. Like everyone's talking channing. Along Larrys like it was really cool. They were so the experience is they? Were pretty much as excited. If not more to see us that we were deceived them like they were so happy. And like by the end of it as there's not going to lie down and everything became really like ocean like the crowd is very feeling like they were like trying not to cry but like obviously feels up and everything and they had the crowd. It's cool. They had like a translator over so they created then the translator at speak overhead and they were very happy to be there and like it was awesome to see a group B. So fucking like thankful I mean like all these fucking hundreds of Korea booze made it there fuck in their journey tour actually the world. Us Tour is a big deal because usually hard to book or is that usually obviously overseas touring expenses so for it to be worth to them the whole thing whatever but it has really cool is being literally. You're Prettier I. And in that sense it was cool to be to know that we were that for them and that was cool. So then after the show They did their amazing said. It was like the fastest hour forty minutes of my life like I swear to you. I did not make that long watchers their lives. Because there's no way but that was an awesome time you know and then we got to do our final thing and other program. I got to meet him basically three times a day which was great. You know the fucking meeting. Read the photo and then I got to see him again. Oh technically four time because we got a each go through the line. We've got to read them unless knives air goodbyes. And I've ever read that. She was my favorite again and I said I love her and she fucking freaked out again and then the leader. Who's a short one? She likes over laughed at US fucking nerds but like she she. She like laugh that like her reaction. Because you're like freaking out point that's like it's as if she was like a fan of me like the way like he was like freaking out which was interesting. Has the moment that we did our final photo with them? And then fuck off and you know to be safe and have a good trip. We went away and we each got up photo. Cars were each actually signed by them printed on actually signed all of them and all that stuff. So that's cool and must which is cool. All people they ruined I think enhanced cool but yeah you know people are going to be haters hate. That's exactly but yeah. Yeah it was a it was a grandson. They were to ask but yeah I know it was. It was good work like eight hour round trip which my friend was a trooper for fucking driving. Big Man like fuck fuck in. Helmand must have been fucking rigorous. That's a drive. At least he had company. That's true. Yeah Yeah Yeah in. The Rain. Cod and the weather was nice. You know somewhere in the seventies but the thing about the seventies is. They're not quite in the eighties. Just like I guess Mr GonNa Call Him. It was the eighty wrongdoers for you. Now I know I know I know what I WANNA fuck in the story. That was way aid even brother at that. Don't feel like it's the least there were a few. I just don't remember perfectly good. I know that's not much you can normally say right. How you doing over there buddy? I'm quoting through a hangover Matt. That'll help but there. You go all right Because before I forget you Ms Eighty here from Corp Rapper Musician Man. Everything's really cool. So there you notice just in case I do get told that I forget a lot that maybe someone doesn't know a lot of our fan. Base has a lot of cross section core. Which is lot of our guests have been a very just didn't know So find through a hangover wild night last night or yeah could actually I was hanging out with With Dj Rochman Show where Just down the street at the local bar which I haven't been to and how much and so It was cool to be in and see everybody and wrap manage just like you'd always obliged to hang out with I. I think like his knowledge of Nerd court just alone is like greater depth of knowledge about all of music that I know about enhanced way more about other stuff so I've been always blasting. Yeah this is cool. Cool Cool Dude. Oh quick question because this is we're talking about this beforehand. I do WanNa know you know how the whole south by southwest cancelled bike rotavirus as many things have been cancelled virus. Are you also GonNa try to band together and do something or is that like I know days is still technically going on? But you know you're going to try to do that. Showcase show yeah so Let's see he's still got his honored. Corday stuff gone I'm going to try to pop in for some of the shows usually like they're going on during the day while I'm at work so I usually can't make it over but I just got an email today from the venue filming a Cantina where we were supposed to showcase. And they still want to put the show on. So I know at least one of art has already cancelled and refunded. They're traveling everything but I replied I'm totally down Lex Is GonNa Crash with me if LEX ends up coming to town bill and And so I think LEX also wants to play the the the Cantina folks replied and it sounds like most of the bill is still intact so if anything I think those. They're still going to put the show on Saturday and then I think we'll just have like a longer time and you know you won't have to buy like a south by a badge or anything like that. It'll just be normal like whatever cover charge to get in Hell. Yea which is kind of works out better. Because that's the only real event we were kind of looking forward to so released details as it goes the crazy thing about when we saw that bill not just did we. WanNa go already because of all the acts that were on there but like half of them literally. Half of the bill has been on this podcast like shelves bill. Legs like an sky-blue does the theme song and like I q so it was just this perfect family feel. I feel I would be such a hole. Oh yeah all that stuff that like. I really hope that everyone else is still able to go because I really wanted to greet and have a fun time with that so hopefully would still rocket then. Good good so that's definitely something about so hopefully there's that across so going to the roots Do a little bit of background history for those who don't know how to do a core come to be. Let's see. I was on an underground hip hop forum with sixty four And he was just a producer in England. I was just a rapper in Cincinnati and I was like man. This guy's like amazing making beach. I WanNa get good enough at rap that I can do a song with him and so I worked on becoming much rapper than I was and eventually sending you know one day and was like hey. Do you want to be Sung together and we did. And then we did. We did a bunch of stuff together actually or we were actually dual core and I was actually Kinda done with rap. I thirty three thou- battle rapper. Sort of and so I was like really tired of doing all these freestyle battles. I used to like hop in the car every weekend with One of my other friends and we would drive to whatever battle we could go. And we'd split whatever we want and all the battle rappers stop free styling so it was like really easy to win and like Kinda boring and considering quitting rap and then he was like you. WanNa do She's been doing album together and I was like. Yeah I WANNA rap about like nerdy stuff and so So we did that. And that was zero one and we got out in two thousand and seven and then we have just been making music since then. Cool there you go Then also answered my second question which was in the beginning of your eight mile narrative if if it eventually led to was it always nerdier not so you eventually decided on being nerdy obviously evening before in the freestyle battles and stuff like that. It was more just general stuff. Whatever came to mind and not necessarily the the first rapid I ever wrote was about About hacking and so there was a kid on I had AOL as a kid. And so you've program with an accent with Yeah my parents lived on the wrong side of the township line like literally across the street. Everybody got high Internet and we were stuck on five so I was packing with this kid on. Aol and we would talk about a all the time but he One day he brought me this email and it was like a a rat bursa. He had written Basically like dissing me about like how he was better programmer hacker and stuff and he kept like bothering me to write a response. But I was like. I'm I'm not a rapper. Place into hip hop and And so he bugged me enough that I finally Wrote a verse in reply and it was really fun. I enjoyed doing that so that was the first person persons are all very like sci-fi nerdy. Okay cool cool. That's interesting one thing I like hearing about. These stories is just because like the Shawna and self of Nurse Corps is so diverse. I sound like a broken record for people who heard the episodes before but I always like to say is like you really never know what to expect because I I. I thought I knew back when I only knew like Mc Lars and NC. Chris Probably. I thought I got introduced all these fantastic artists. That are just so different. You know you go someone from like. I used to play Atari on the rainy days while a blind. And you have shows Zillah. I'M GONNA stop that bitch in the fucking neck fucking deals and I'm like okay okay. This is nerd corps. Of course. Yes Okay Yeah I did see. Goven can shout my Filipina sister. She's like in a while all the time like she always our live the fucking soak phenomenal live performer for real in the bill so timid building back that's the beasts and she's ready to kill some things so well there's such a good team together sure and like what I see all the other people bill collaborates with. It's not talented. So it's nice to see him get out there like seeing his name on somebody. Credit rolls is fantastic. So that's really more so you didn't even start out as a rapper. Technically you were a fan of hip hop some influences. Some people that you were fan of at the time of pre rapper life. Yeah I really like I think. Still probably my favorite rappers. Ferro much much influence for me and cannabis as well like I didn't really identify with hip hop because of a lot of it. You know like just. The subject matter was Outside of my realm of experience right But I you know I think like a lot of like Tang clan to pot and then I remember hearing cannabis into this line. He's On the four three two one with L. J. which ended up being a distract from L. Who did it but I have some other rappers. Redman method man. Bmx and Canada's comes in with this line and he says like I'm it was rapper alive. Watch me prove it. I snatch a crowd with your head still attached to it and I'd like never heard anyone and so that made me way more engaged with huge for me. His first album candidates is like all of these like Saifi and tech and nerdy wraps and stuff as well so he's like one of the like wrappers I would say it's never identified that there you go. Yeah no that's really cool. Just remember one time we had a pattern and I had a conversation about that. How nerd cord? It only seems like a weird branch. Because like even moutain at that you could argue was Kinda NERD CORPS. Tang clan all the yellows old. You know like Dave Shaw or no the shaw brother. Shlomo is in L. making references. The voltron Shit like that. Yeah true. They're like they're like Proto. Nerd corps right. Yeah bad like DONALD TRUMP. Thirty thirty albums definitely true. You know like an appeal to it. we built the upscale like his first music that he was putting out with rapping. About like Steve. I think take pictures and the first big single bragging about a kid with skateboard. So Um you know he's got like a I think on that same. I album food and liquor. I think he's got a song about like his Giant robot so it's pretty nerdy. I would say yeah absolutely yeah. That's the funny thing is like for those who don't really know. Tang clan comes office so fucking like Oh this. The violent se wasn't isn't but context given you realize this dude is obsessed with fucking Kung Fu films like all the lyrics like even chop your head off and all this bullshit technique like it's like still in the essence he's basically just chronicling like covering movie fans so it's just hilarious ally given context. It's a little less like not any less cooler but it is a little more like okay. This is an insane person. That's going to kill me me. Some of them were obviously played. A lot of shows any touring story that kind of when you get asked the question. Like talking and getting asked about touring stories as a story particularly. Come to mind that you'd like to mention tell Yeah I guess The the one that came to mind when he was questioned up was my producer. Came all the way over from England to play DOT COM thousand dot. Com is the largest annual hacker conference and I think it's get about thirty thousand people in the US and we played shows there every year. And so I've been playing it DEFCON and my producer over with his at the time girlfriend now white and They and I think like on one of the person is we have like four shows booked or something like that so we get to the fort show and it's like at this hotel and it's supposed to be party but it's like three a m and he's like he's dead he's like. I just want to go to and I'm like I like you know three Am. I bet like a here. Probably wouldn't even have to play with his show up and be like you know. Let's say like we'll we'll call it a night and we get there and it's packed is like packed full of people and And so he's like all right like let's let's do it and So we are playing like bill chase with me And so we did a freestyle and and I'm like yeah like I'm just GonNa say drink all the booze and you guys. Y'All hackel things. And that was like the star of the song all the things which ended up being washed onto But it just starting this freestyle like you know now like four in the morning. This huge Hotel Pool Party and then after after the set you know like we're all dead tired and somebody gets on the Mike or they'll get on the MIC. And he's like he's like yeah if It's we can get a thousand dollars donated to the F. F. The Electron Frontier Foundation Engaging will jump in the pool with the clothes on nobody ran is by. I don't I don't understand what whatever like. There's no it's like it's you know five. Am Now the party on. Like nobody's GonNa come up with a thousand dollars everybody's like pollen and And then so whatever and thirty seconds later he gets back on the Mike and Dale's like all right we got the thousand dollars for the ES. So I take my cell phones out of my pocket and my wallet and everything and I did a flip into the pool with all my clothes on. I really wish I would have taken my shoes off. 'cause my shoes for the rest of the shares invasion through the weekend God. That's really cool though. That's that's a story. Has De Liberty and hope Taylor what it does like movie scenes fucking kind of party getting fucking wild comedic. Turn about about the thousand bucks to not think at five am. Money miraculously dual core survived as a duo after that event because Sixty four was super jet lagged coming in And so he's like. Oh man like I'm so tired I'm like well here. Just like bike rebel. You know what's going on in summertime and then we get done sewing merge and he'd be like Oh my God. I need a NAP. And I'm like no I tend to go sound check for all the shows like another vodka. Red Bull eating him by and you just like dead. It really got lead. I mean it is a gauntlet. But he's He's not as As much of a sociopath of Im and I just want to sleep. And I'm like no. He was about ready to quit the group. I think by the end of all of that. I couldn't believe it. I know that feeling of being tired when you got. Especially when you're a touring artists or otherwise that day or days or weeks or months is fucking busy like. That's all luggage thing. So yeah that's I only felt what a trooper he didn't. You guys didn't fall apart over that which is like amazingly so The end of that Defcon we had like I think three shows scheduled on Saturday night and the first one was the three of three party. Which is a hacker from Denver? Three three zero area and so I think we played that show with Whitey cracker in front a lot and I had to wrap in everyone else's said But white braces and Damien. So I stayed around for their sides and then like I think Damian's ended at midnight and we were supposed to go to our next party or next show but the DJ. That was supposed to come in after colonel didn't show up and so I was like. Oh we'll just we'll covering you know. We'll we'll play and then whenever the DJ shows up about south to the next show but never showed up and we end up playing four our free south and he's you took the words out there. I think he went through all the beats that we have on the MAC book like twice. I don't think there was enough to cover the whole four hours. But he did it just like amazingly everybody was gone and Allen. I just like freaked out for like four hours straight and it was like an incredible party. Live atmosphere thing that is an absolute ironman fucking set like that's a gauntlet like for real and I really was. You were hitting forget you mentioned watchdogs. Now I remember that they did have like local artists pigeon thing which had its con controversy around and stuff like that people you know about that just in case that might get you joke but did that come about through the contests thing or were you selected. Otherwise two soundtrack. Oh yeah so the. The local artists submission thing I think that was for the new watchdogs. Right with four watchdog. Too oh I thought it was for two nine. They're dreaming for both because the one the one the bad commercial of Franco that for sure was for two or which Franko one of the Franco brothers is in. That really is the right thing. Franken that really crunchy commercial where he asks basically for you to do music for the game for free. Basically so many words he basically goes. Wouldn't it be cool if your bad ass? Music was in this game. And the payback would be tiny fee plus exposure. You get paid exposure like all our. That's there's a lot of controversy because they're basically like how much it will cost the license like fuck in static acts and all this other Shit War. Get a bunch of hopefuls. So I was curious if that came through that or not because I know they did it for two also if not then you also but Yeah the way that we got spot in. A watchdog too was that they were Ub Shop was just starting out on doing all the the game like a story line and everything and so they sent. They sent a guy to Defcon. And that guy was being taken around by somebody else it done. And so the the The liaison was like all right. Yeah like you gotta go see this talk. You GotTa go do this and you gotTa go core. And the guys like refer maybe stop like or what's the or whatever so they they bring this guy to our show and he saw his clay all the things can sound like everybody bought crazy and he emailed me immediately and was like hey like. I worked for UBISOFT. Please don't tell anybody but we're making watchdogs to and I really need your music and the game like this something you're interested and so I was like yeah like Semi Nda and let's do it and so we did the The and all that stuff and then they put it in the game was actually kinda funny as playing Like I think about a year later I wanna say I was playing show at In Louisville with method man and Redman Conan somehow like a screen shot of of Watchdogs to doubt and it had the MP three player on the interface and someone like posted it was like Holy Shit like Ghoul. Corey's in potshots to night. There's our song quick platelets and I've like community shop and they haven't said anything about it so much I can't say anything about it. So like everyone is like blowing it up on engagements on social media and I'm like hey look over here. Hanging out. With method man and totally ignoring the watchdog. 'cause you can get a lot of trouble for that if they did it. Yeah Yeah but then the next day you tweeted and they were like we're super excited to announce that we've got dual corden watch but then I was then I was able to post about it and my producer new And so it was just like when he saw the platelets though. We didn't know what the other artists we're going to be on there. And so you saw this playlist. And he's like Holy Shit like how are we in the game with all these amazing artists? Clearly they signed us first and then they approach runner jewels and apex twin Danny Brown and they. We've got a game so you jump on this game and everyone's like Oh of course like it go courses and what including thirty. Yeah Yeah. I'm sure that's exactly how it but yeah no. That's that's incredible to be on there but it does seem like you got recruited like a proper no offense to the people who went through the contest but it seems like you did get approached as a proper like you were this alleged. They were the exact thing. Yeah so that that's the case and I feel like I can now say this in confidence without getting you guys in trouble. So where a lot of the controversy came through is like those a lot of stuff with their basically. It'd be kind of made you give their music now. They had the whole thing like this is our song. Now that you're making us you get like a tiny sum of money. It was like a thousand bucks or something like that like so. Menial amount that like production costs would not have covered. Then you also had to go through this thing and what happened is they only show Shit. That was like pro quality musician if it was even slightly net. Yeah you're Ascott rejected. There was even as Bandra overseas. I forgot it. They were from like the Middle East or whatever but like there. Was this really cool band. That is awesome. They sound great. When I heard the story I looked them up and they were good. Sorry I remember recall but even got rejected and they were just like you know what fuck this. We Hear Music. Now if he's not gonNA eat it as we're just going to give it for free one every here on stuff and they did and it was fantastic so people were like holy shit if they're rejecting these guys whose a fucker they choosing. Because you're not fucking sending a demo reel a demo tape tonight. Hey come to the studio that will provide which is what make like A. Would you would think loyalty would be exactly you. Shoot them your bullshit Debo because you may be. You only have a Mac book in a Mike and or not even maybe just a typical blue uneven. And you good microphones for podcasters anyways. And you want to like this is not a sponsor. Then you just yeah. You'll hear with a really grainy. Half as devo faust musically but half ass quality and then. Yeah then they're gonna fly you in your your span person. Dj Whatever throw you on into a pro studio record? You know you basically had to send them at the quality that was just GonNa slap into the game basically if you did not give them the final quality universal label produced bullshit. You were out. They basically didn't even if even heard fucking pop at the beginning or or rain from the thing that boggled just through. Your Shit in the trash is just what it was. And that's why there's a lot of controversy around it is like do you just want professionals then because you can just say hey professionals gives you music for free because that's kind of came off so that's all at us now duke or he had no say in saying I could say the story or not I just said it. So there's A. There's a link to play devil's advocate. I can totally see that you saw perspective as well right you're making this like huge AAA Wanted to come up well and then you got like you know again studios huge huge undertaking for any release as though you want like something. That's super easy. Cut and paste like turnkey to just drop in and so on. I would sir from having worked with them my assertion that they probably just wanted to do it out of like a a way to benefit artists. That you know are already making pro music. And just don't have that exposure yet agree about about like getting paid and exposure is like on a wet. Fortunately for us we were able to keep all of our rights and everything and I'm a copy of the song for them to use great and that's exactly why I wanted to hear the story. I before I went into that whole fiasco because if you guys have been the other way felt like a real dick so there's that so again I'm gotta get. I gotTa give one extra shout ubisoft. Because they actually did they went above and beyond for our music like on any played watchdogs too but in the middle of it. There's like this scene where you go to burning men out in the desert and it's like a big cinematic scene and they're playing our song and ten Gio in that scene and they'd like they had told the the as on the guy from ud stop to email being like. Hey I'm trying to get your Music like worked into this particular scene and it's like it's in the draft version right now but he may not end up in the final but I'm trying to get you experts. Winter Games and I thought that was really difficult to go above and beyond that shot. That guy is like a cool dude. So there you go. Yeah I totally tried to cheat code and like hit him up when they announced like there was going to be another watchdog like. Hey we had a blast music gain. We definitely would love to do it again. I'm not working on the title. I'm working on something else but I try to put you in touch with the people that are as industry fucking revolving door is crazy Was All right so What moment was it where you guys can obviously from details? You told us y'all have done all sorts of great crazy shit like at this point. You guys couldn't be anywhere legitimate now. When did you first realize how big you're getting slash? What was one of your first high profile? Collab- 's let's see the like we made it. Moment was actually shortly after the first album. I thought it was pretty wild that anybody was interested in our music When we actually made our first first album I had like a couple of copies of it on a CPR. And I was going up to a hacker conference in Cleveland. Ohio and I was in the car with my friend and I To my friends and I played the album for them and my friend is like this is amazing. Like how much are you selling this four and I was like I just? I just have a couple copies of the CD in case anybody wants on but like I wasn't planning to sell it and he's like no. You gotTa tell this for like ten dollars and so we got up to the conference and I was like walking through the hotel. The disco check in and this guy stopped me. He's like hey like I heard you've got an album out. You have a copy. Can I buy it right now? Not Like Holy Crap like I'm walking with my own so that was like super crazy to me just to start off with and we actually We could not burn all of our laptops on this table burning. Cd's this factory recode. We couldn't turn them fast enough for people there like waiting for and there was a guy there that was the talks and he would like these towers that had like six or seven drives in them they would just like duplicate. Dvd's in like two minutes or whatever so he gave us wanting. The towers used to burn copies of the CD. And so we were just like burning all these copies and like couldn't keep up with demand that was like really crazy. 'cause like the I corps show and then maybe like a month or two after that I sent an email to you penny arcade and had been like. Hey like you know. I'm a huge fan of the comic credit for years. Dole Cora. We had this album that we put out a smirk hip hop and I knew the day where like fans of tunnel is stuff so I sent them an MP three of the song about penny arcade from the first album and took off for the day and came back home later. And I've logged into my g now and there's just like like a ton of unread messages like what is going on and I like paging back through all of the unread messages and the first unread. One is a reply from one of the guys. And he's like this is amazing. Is it cool if we talked about it and I'm like cool but then like Before I could even like refined that hadn't even seen the email the next on ready now was him buying the album and then the all of the remaining emails were unread. Were ALL ALBUM. Orders because penny arcade posted about it on site. I think at the time the two million readers or something like that and so it was just like huge springboard brides and I was like holy crap like a bunch of people on the Internet listening to our music right now. So that's amazing. Like what a and so quickly usually you hear about it like other than two years later all of them three years later you know we did this tour and then we blew up like instant gratification. Which is rare as awesome. Yeah it was super random and unexpected and then For collaboration I think I'm I think I'm obligated to go with The story of how magnificent seven got made Which is song on our fourth album next level and it has a bunch of wrappers in it And so basically we had next level done everything like go and I think it was about two weeks before I needed to ship the CD. Offer replication and And I had this idea I was like. Oh what if you had a song that was written by like twitter and it was just like a bunch of wrappers all like tweeting back and forth at each other and so I emailed everybody. That's on the song Let's get spun a lot shaper Lars Mega Ran Be waiting cracker. I think that So yeah there's seven of US total and and I was like. Hey I had this creative for song but I need to get like the vocals in like a week from now so that we have time to like mix up and and I totally understand. It's a really short time frame. If you can't make it happen no big deal and so everybody was like yeah like we're in and we read the song you know Fred so as a touch disingenuous but it's all right And A- everybody got their versus recorded and got the song written upon together on the album right or we should have been upper replication and. I was so impressed at work and then Everyone was there except for Mega. Ran At nerd a Palooza and so My old friend Rennie. stood in for Meghan. Everybody got up on stage and read earlier atop of their phone and be able to perform magnificent seven live headline pretty neat. That's really cool. Well hopefully one day can happen again with ran that would be as it has already but if you all would. That would be amazing. I love seeing her in life. You so incredible to perform. Yeah so that's right. Everybody tweet about it and talk about everyone asks for that. Everyone wants to see that. So everyone get. That man ran his like all. Y'All have since then have all grown so much gets insane like the amount of like because. I remember watching Meg Ryan and he's just performing at our local anime convention and all of a sudden it's like you always on wwe would new day and he's just chilling savior woods and he's in the Guinness Book of World Records. He's gotTa grabbing dislike is loaded so much like crazy and everyone so far from the stories I read over the people on the podcast. Like it's so cool to see you know. I really hope we'll have that tail one day. Hopefully hopefully I'll get that. They're not so a word on your latest release and if there's anything you can say about any future releases or at least you're working on. That will work to but a little word on your latest stuff. Sure down down as a I guess is last album. Yeah So Yeah Downtime came out I think at the end of twenty seventeen Also since then I made a a project with Michael Kill Which is the product is called the troubleshooters and then if you didn't lead time So those were both like pretty projects. Make downtime. Took a while to write. I'd like a bunch of stuff happened in my life between the release of all the things and Lisa Downtime Including moving from Cincinnati to San Francisco and then San Francisco to Austin And the beach on downtime or like some of my favorite production audit. I've heard I love the work that she sixty four did on it. It's an incredible. Listen Front to back like I. I always listen to all the way through. Just because you put so much effort into like organizing it into this whole I don't know just as whole experience So the the bummer about downtime. Is that a that took so long to make but be that kind of it's like dark sound to it and so there's a lot of I don't know just dark subject matter on it and a lot of people reach out to me like are you. Ok Leagues Everything. Our team and so everything. Fine it's just like that you know that's the texture of a the album and so that's always the beach all the time But the project with Michael was Super Fun to make and We ended up. I think we wrote like four songs. We wanted to do like a four song. Ep and then I was like oh I'll fly out to to North Carolina. And we'll just record together and while we were there I think we ended up writing like three different songs and those three times ended up on the others. Johnson you're generally rather sitting in Google drive. Collecting digital does I while I was in North Carolina We were playing like his Nintendo Michael's any s classic and we were playing Tech Mobile. And we're super intoxicated and Michael did not. You're out how to pass the ball and and so I became like one hundred and something that's great And but but yeah. Those are those are the latest releases from me on some desk versus on other people's stuff More or less has a project that you did called cheeser adventure and I'm on one of the tracks for that Michael had an album that he put out And I I like divers sport like at the very last minute So you can definitely find us on other stuff. While aren't just our regular record albums. Cool there. You Go Let's see favorite video game soundtrack. When someone asks you this question what comes to mind. At least you can name a few not just one. You have to be held to just one. Yeah no doubt Actually sorry I'm GonNa Backtrack Real quick. I forgot to answer your second question about yes Okay so let's see Michael and I are writing a new troubleshooters album. It's pretty much mostly written At this point I think we got like maybe eight songs written and then I am working on some solo projects and I've also got a new dual core album in the mix as well and so I've got a bunch of c six or got a handful of those songs written I just had an artist come by the other day. Who recorded guest? I four excited for the guard. Get but I will announce I don't think I think I've only told Lexin Dale. I don't think I've told anybody publicly. I wrote a solo. Et at the end of last year. And it is all based on full metal alchemist brotherhood and its priests entirely by Michael. Kill and it's going to be mixed by Of autocorrect and so once. I get that Mixed mastered then. We'll put that out at some point but it was Sebokeng to write and Michael did like an amazing amazing job with visas always and so I had a blast writing that. Yeah I've got a bunch of stuff coming out This year Got A SOLO EP. And I'm working on pretty entirely by Dell Chase So it's got a nice like chill jazzy. Op sound to it. And then I've got another solo. You can have a bunch of record producers on it and And yet again the problems in progress as well so hopefully we'll be a lot more rap music for me this year than than in previous years. exclusive there. You Go. You guys started here. The man himself said so they look for all that stuff because It's all good stuff so pirated wherever you hired music from word or whatever go see them at shows and by Shit because that helps out there you Got and then video game soundtracks. The first two that came to mind were Ninja or did she got him. I don't never go out to pronounce guidance and all right and In Contra and actually like we ever did. Of course I read this mixed called Ninjas vs Marines rapping about Ninjas Guidon over the over beats that made from major guidance and then rapping about Contra over beats it I'd made from the ultra soundtrack. That's Awesome. Do you ever look back at some of your early stuff. And you're like I'm never gonNA show anyone that sometimes you're like Oh God you bring them. Why did you bring curious? Question was just because I've been so many different bands and so many different projects that I know that. Feel too well. Yeah Yeah Yeah actually when I when I toured with LEX We were like. Oh yeah like we'll bring our old music and we'll play it for each other in the car right. There's like in the safe space. And then he can play like all the apple but then we never did for her. This is really good. Actually and I was like you know it's not that I'm Mike Bursts of the better ones of gopher stuff but then I would like to embarrass the place De Either and so we gentlemen's agreement to omit any member of of our path. Quite it happens. That's just the thing as an artist. Everything is always something not everything but there is a certain part of your time line. You don't WanNa revisit you re rebooted that stuff and that's where you are now Yeah when it comes to music so obviously you all a producer rapper tandem before you started working together. Would you ever did you produce your? Did you make your own beats and music before you guys work together or did you always You're the rapper. And then you went to. Other people for the beets. Yeah I always went to other producers And that's one of the amazing things about t sixty four in addition to his incredible year per sound and his talent is that he's super consistent and reliable like I know that if I sent him vocals he's GonNa send me back a mix and I know that he's going to make beats and send them to me and before. I met him when I was doing a lot of freestyle battles Cincinnati. We had like a Wednesday night. That was like our little dive bar and everybody in the hypocrisy would come to it. And so as a result I met a ton of producers in Cincinnati. I pretty much had access like that all creatures in Cincinnati but some of them were like unreliable so like there was one time where I was supposed to go to this guy's place on like a Tuesday and so on Wednesday. I liked men. I'm like hey. Are we still on for Tuesday? At seven thirty. Yes cool like Saturday. I'm like hey like still on for Tuesdays. Seven thirty innings. Yup My cool Monday. I'm like I'll see you tomorrow right. He's like Yup seven thirty to them. Like all right. You know like I'm heading over. And he's like cool and then I get there and he's like not there and my calling him and texting him like no answer. He just Goro Four. And then like that was like not an isolated incident happened with like a bunch of people though like having to chase chase producers down and everything just to get beats or just get mixed it back or whatever like such a headache and it's all this overhead. I don't really want like I just wanted to make rap songs right. There's like the consistency in like hard work and dedication from sixty. Is this like unspoken quality that nobody really knows about and he's just like phenomenal for that and I'm sure that grew you know. Never dying much appreciation for having a steady producer for sure APP. You on those stories. Jesus Christ it wasn't just one usually with being like Oh. That happened one time and everyone crazy then. It's happened several Oh God. That's like a huge pet peeve of mine or fucking flickers so it's like hearing that gives me fucking media's the but you know it's whatever I fucking feel it's not great so it's always good to have people you can rely on that. Don't miss several of us so so we talked to sell video game soundtracks team so we. We talked videogames objects. Any other sound comes to mind is a big love of yours or influence or otherwise as far as anime movie or any anything else Let's see I. I always really liked the whole feel of cowboy bebop. The bosses had like an amazing deal to calm. Yeah not not really soundtrack wise but a huge movie influence for me was movie style wars. And it's a documentary about Murphy from like Nineteen eighty-two but it's amazing decides that like that underground hip hop feel that like I grew up with and so I love that my favorite at Oxo. Nice to check that out. That sounds cool to look into that. And then you can that bookstore a while. But I don't know if it's still there or not but oh no like the curse of everything on the Internet. It's findable exactly the fucking curse of Netflix and streaming services. We're going to talk about streaming games later in the news but like that's the curse of it they've got the control of Netflix. Wants to say fuck off with you like peak show favorite shows not enough anymore. And that's where we I gotTA check it out. It's gone fuck but it might be. They're still Voodoo so rudy. Okay we'll check it out on Boudou of anything I guess. But that's not my first eight choices of streaming services but movies that works just fine just not in my and and finally to close out the interview segment the story behind. Y'All stage name slash dual core out everything to be named wise. Yeah sure So mine is not as cool as C. Sixty four so I'll start with his and then you can like fast forward So t before his first video game console with the Commodore Sixty four and his first name is Chris just starts with a C. And he is six foot four inches tall so he's got like all the double entendre. That's stars just literally align what what the actual has and then Entity is It's a a an assembly instruction that in Lenox hands off control from Usually land where you're like regular user programs run like your web browser or whatever Into the the colonel for the underlying os like process. And so when I started hacking and like writing exploits and stuff. I would You right what's what's called. Shell toed and that's your like your payload that executes inside of the context of another program your exploit and so in my show. I would always see this like interrupt. Eighty Command and cool handle and indeed dot com is available so I like registered domain and that was that was What I picked for my handle which then also became my rap name and then dual core is because a dual processor as two separate cores that operate independently but they essentially work together To make everything work on the system so I thought that was pretty representative For for the group like there's two of us were on different continents but we work together Despite independently to make everything work. And also I just I just wanted to add a big grudge against Intel at the time and I wanted to beat them on. Seo and so now if you go to dot com then do a court hopefully. We're the first thing that shows up there. You Go John's about the test that but while he does that. Now that's really cool. I just love it when things work out like that. Like not the toot my own in Aragon Horn. But like that's why I was really happy with names. The podcast in general is just because although ironically now have become closer to video games because of it it originally started because I was much more intrigued with video game news than I am keeping up with the politics and bullshit than I was with actually playing video games so at that point I was like young disconnected like us to look at the time was being John. Only I was GONNA say that like us to Fox who are like totally out of the loop in terms of playing them know everything there is to know about them when it comes to the game. So that's why you don't Fuck Ashworth. Whatever the fuck it's called that. So there's that star wars and now prepared for disconnected sheep it in there you go so speaking of a plot hole so the thing I found out about star wars remember when I went to go see it and I talked about the whole beginning scroll being in fortnight finally found out what people Melanie said. Does anyone know why people are saying that? There were a lot of plot holes in bugging as skywalker. They actually fucking address. One of the major events that led to think in Fort Night in a special event is what happened for more saying that and then the rest of it the whole thing about the emperor being cloning Shit I was like on some offshoot fucking almost semi unofficial fantastic thing that Disney pulling them. So yeah there is a clone. That's why he's alive about was already talked about. Apparently in something that known. You haven't seen a lot of things on twitter where I guess it's like Shit like screen rant or something. Yeah they're like actually such and such a story like they're trying to fill in because apparently you know the story can't tell a story on writing for it and you have to add all these denims through Internet article Russians the fucking dommage. Yeah it's like Oh let the bill at the Internet right the lower for rise of the magnet barter. This start ruled at the start of the fucking. Scroll is actually important is crazy. The same night actually had more of an integral part of the story than the rest of the movie. Which is fucking crazy angry. Right and John and John Did test. What are you type in? Dual Corey actually is the first thing that is a suggestion is y'all so you're beat into you. Guys take that Intel your plan it because sponsor go for it So let's see what else. What else was I try to keep up with? I was going to like backlog news that I was trying to like you know Denver speaking of it so one thing that made me laugh when I heard about all those like earthquakes or some shit Japan like in a few years ago or whatever. There's always something crazy going on in Japan but she was fucking earthquakes. Whatever and fucking Kojima mark themselves as okay all these other studios like Capcom was like your. We're okay like it was like. We're okay good. Humor destroyed up. I'm okay you're right. That's what matters is true because it is but I just thought that she was so funny sociable. So distracting obviously met with mixed reception in West in Japan did pretty good. But here's like either ever loved and hated it didn't get it got it. You know what I mean. I was on the side of somehow. Got It even though. It is a much nonsense. He does express interest in wanting to make movie. I think that whoever invested in that not just lose a lot of money but they will make one of my films of all time because it is going to be these stupidest four hours like bullshit ever because it was going to be a long movie. Probably it's going to be dumbest. Fuck it's gotta be is going to be like the next appetizer. Basically exit out. Give a shit about heritage. Should do it then. No no fuck. No I don't see I if I open the feet seen Fantino dozen like do but anyway it was funny and then finally something I didn't know is that apparently GAC did a commercial when elegance solitude first came out in Japan and the reason that could Jima chosen fuck. I can't remember the acronym now but it was because G. A. C. Something t was like something something you know. Whatever but the K- kind of his and Kojima. That's why he chose the stupidest fucking reason is he made a bull. Jack Up and then his name's in it so there Salva part of it though. Yeah there's that I didn't know. There was commercial physically before we get into a stance and so funny. I'll use my mom. As an example I like the troll. Hervey watching stuff and like CAPE OFF. Warriors are known for their like really fucking crazy ass difficult choreography as what she's watching. Somebody do that. I'll say you think that's real choreography. Check this shit another GAC dancing like an asshole like really shively. And that'll be a that but beginning the news anchor quick. I would say oh you listeners. Who who are yourself a cookie? I guess yeah exactly. And if you don't know search GAC and boozing guy and also separately and do that vanilla if you WanNa know where a squalls origins came from watch miserable because obviously lumina miserable. Is Allie Card? All Right John. Working on laws home was the question working everybody on the Internet. This John. let's see We can go to underscore evil dead guy at instagram and at evil did go on twitter. 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'cause we'll probably be there too so there you go. Don't come hype introduce yourselves because I'd really putting faces. Yeah no for all of the same thing. We we awkwardly sit in front of chefs for a second before we reiterated who we were just like these. They're really call the find who the fuck we work. I know she's very much a family homegrown person so I knew that once we finally got in there she she's superior gets those nice hanging out with them. So yeah right right right. So I've got an interesting pattern. Superbeets talking about it. And they're kind of brought up a shadow legends lower rate joking about that bullshit right because everybody is just like the shame was not as flood. Addis raid. We'll get it on. There is cost. And here's the reason why so. A lot of people are like dollar Shave Club. You have audible you. How grub hub the shed you expect to hear? Luay when you hear podcast you hear the same bucket as a people use any of this shit which will gladly sponsor interview anyways so the reason low rate alleged mobile games has always been an anomaly. And we made a really good point forgotten. How did they get away with just lying? You guys have seen every mobile game at and if you were to ever try of those mobile games it's bullshit muscle really weird one and I don't because facebook is racist or if you've something else but they targeted me some weird Chinese game because of an obviously a Filipino Chinese right so they went ahead and aimed at me and it was this weird thing where was just like oh I need a whatever life level up and it's just this wife. That's being really like submissive. And then he hits her and then she levels up because he hits her and then just becomes level forty two wife and I'm just like what the fuck this facebook think about me and the second of the fuck is this because I bet you like Lincoln? Download the game. I'll get a virus and then be game. That's nothing like this. They're usually already has an answer. Some kingdom paid win bullshit but like what the fuck right I saw other one. It's like Oh Zombie shooter. Whenever I bet you doesn't look like there's no fucking way. It looks like that. So point being is that ratio. Nothing like that. I don actual game was like dog shit and plays like dog. Shit right please. Unless of course raid you hear this in which case everyone make sure to check them out but apparently the reason everybody to shamelessly does including really high profile people. I believe like fucking I think proceeds on it and like some other people have like plugged them is because in a massacre massacre has but allegedly according to pat with the source that he could not tell because they would lose. Because they're under hard on his Luger. They apparently pay fucking dollars like they fucking pay like everybody else does shame of how much they pay the fuck out. It's kind of a few people come honest about why they if anything because I know a few people who used to be partnered with twitch that hop facebook apparently facebook slaps the fuck out of all the other streaming things. If you're an exclusive Gamer to facebook they pay you fucking mad money. So that is why. Even some of the high profile people will log raid even though they know or shit is because apparently rate pays them a lot like. That's why apparently isn't figure like he said he couldn't say because the trouble juguetes exclusive to them that figure but from what they're getting paid he said. Yeah we'll come sponsor Daniel fuck which is why you should make sure to check out RACHANA LEGENDS AND THE PLAY STORE. I less and check it out now. You guys should totally. We didn't get paid yet because the virus isn't headline again. I go a lot of people surprised that the show I went. You didn't get canceled because a lot of shows got canceled like A. Lotta people really surprised that are showed in but there was there was a tournament for mortal. Kombat that was cancelled in many people got upset. Yeah they're talking about that too. You're you're we want to know too much about it. I would recommend checking out shoot Jinchi Dink. He was previously on our PODCAST S. H. U. J. I N. K. Y. D. I n Que That Shoe Jinchi Dang. He did do a video. Where kind of talks about it A bit so yeah. I will recommend that rather than me. Talk. It's really didn't follow up too much. Just that they cancelled it very very short term like the day before. Yeah something like that. Like people were already getting ready to travel and then like no. Yeah well we're going to show. He made a joke that we were going to get to the venue. And there's a small post it note on there. That's so yeah that would have been kind of funny and also four hours an white. How much is that Right but the reason we grow viruses because the timelines in the film. Akira is apparently coming true. Because in Acura in two thousand nineteen Japan is supposed to host the Olympics and it gets super fucking canceled because you know and now the the headline in opera is one hundred forty seven days until the games and then sell them right. They're like cancel it or some bullshit. Graffiti basically the Koran is kinda comes really close to one hundred forty seven days before the Olympics being hosted by Japan. So I did it. So you know Simpson's decide Simpson's also for Simpson's occupied predicted nostradamus. What the Fuck Roy. Thomas apparently some posts pictures of the excerpts of the book that are actually discussing. This big virus comes those guys. That's a little weird memory. Simpson's does it so much it's really uncanny. But I mean Burnett greetings from the future so Futurama's his life story right. That'd be interesting if it was. Those aren't that's not US though about year. You were GONNA say. I'm sitting every new scene at least once. I actually have not wash now. I'm really surprised you'd like the big fired I have is the end my cheater. I mean I'm not GonNa talk about how I got it. Got It along with our guest. Dual cores music. All wanted to talk disconnect us forever been sitting in the drive for many years during this event and I got the fucking Soju got some Japanese whiskey. Let's get the Red Motorcycle Club you've seen also with the motorcycle slide. Everyone is copy like like so iconic. Yeah Nardo would not exist without that poster because that was the poster that inspired misogyny Sasha Kishan motor to keep going. Thanks so go. Weren't they supposed to do like a live action remake of Akira with lightning DiCaprio. Or something terribly. That's just in development hell and has not officially been cancelled so apparently I know just shuttering at that is one of those things where I wonder now. So you remember the cowboy bebop live action and then became the other thing and then the weird thing about the show is I-in is not even a fucking Corgi if that makes me the casting. That's really bad. Like how did you actually fucking bad liberal got coreygaines because of that fucking animal house anytime you see a. We've with accordion. Yeah when you smell that person coming down the road you fucking excited to base and wait wait wicker and actual learn actual live action cowboy bebop not yet but there is one coming out on Netflix. Touch Jonjo they better not fuck up radical Edward. I swear to God oh Asu. It's in the cards to be fucked up already fucked up online. So it's not a gateway. My cable is upside down right now. No kidding man like research stuff the fuck alone okay like Oh my God like. I don't know why there's this urge. Just fuck everything up. But that's Hollywood for you the riots anti-feminist company that Makes League of legends revealed title of their upcoming game. Now they have We've talked about before how they have several games coming up. They're trying to expand the League of Legends Universe because not everyone wants to play toxic mobile with a bunch of beards so they're expanding their repertoire and they have announced the name of their shooter. It's going to be called Valerie which I sense Precious gay play game by by gender. Where the fuck it looks like. Cs Go meets overwatch but hopefully minus the Chitty fantasia but it looks really interesting because at this point with a lot of the cookie cutter shooters. It's nice to see something kind of take to John Ras. That seem like they shouldn't be and cry. At least doesn't mean it's going to be good. It looks like it could be a little confusing. Because it's basically like see us go with overpowers which is when I saw the video. My first thought was Steve. Blum literally the first thing. I eight years ago and then to like this is anime. Cs Go is with like really weird effects textures. I hope that gets fixed because there was a fucked and Dane. Dude it's like twelve so ultra give so much running game which is about to come out. It looks like dogs. Yeah Yeah yes. Steve Blum anyways right. So they're going with like it's basically going to be a champion based Five five tactical mobile shooter because I think there might be points but then there's also like a elimination system. I'm sure there'll be multiple game modes to very vague but from what they did show again does look Roth but again to be fair. Pre affords very however maybe not because needs not too far out because and hopefully. Let's better because it's supposed to come out summer. Twenty twenty not that anyone who knows anything about video game development. We are kind of too close to look that rough and of course riot pulls magic. And that's a really early bill early access. Well what I'm thinking. Though is that also could be a really old bill that they're throwing red herring and perhaps the actual bill does a lot further along but if that isn't the case it doesn't really rough now that you mention it for something that's come out in your mind. Eighty have you had much experience with League or basically the League. That's all we didn't have any experience with that. No I've never played it but I did watch Like one of the championship matches or whatever the my girlfriend looked like super dopamine production values amazing on the event but but I never played it and it led you mentioned production because that is actually wear riot is putting a lot of focus on it and they even mentioned it in their press about the game right is known for a lot of bad things but the good things that are known for is that they have some of the most immaculate net coating where artists and fucking capcom just can't get their shit together Now granted game I know but they are known for fucking amazing echoed and they have said that their goal is to bring a C- that kind of shooter arena unique competitive thing with good net code and anti cheat. That won't fuck your game up entirely. Not like the Diablo re fucked where they added that anti cheat that just runs and the resources go crazy in the game and what's up everything not like that. They're good at it so if anything they will have great online play. We'll actually good. I personally excited for these mediums. I think the other one's a TV show and a fighting game. And then something else. The reason I am excited about this though is I do like some. There's a few hundred even though all of them anymore. But there are some really cool of champs like Ari or jeans and stuff like that. I don't think they're going to be in this game but I would like to see them. Appear in other Games because I don't give a fuck collections. The last time with friends because it's a cool game in a closed environment. Yeah but playing with Random House or whatever is a fucking nightmare league safe-space exactly but play. This game doesn't being good. Or maybe they're fighting game writing being good kind of cool with an opening trying that the good thing is it seems like they are going to try to keep their free to play model so they will have a rotating roster champions the game will launch with exactly ten characters so five five being walk lock lifelock here about the whole roster basically both the summer twenty twenty how that commander legal legends where. You're just running like running gun in people than oh I better go to the shopping. Get some gets. They have actually said because he has does that. And how said that that is going to be one of the mechanics? And it'll be interesting to see again's go down so tight cheated dealbreaker. I can't cheat. I'm not plane crash. You can't fucking rubber banding like crazy and fly on the blaze like Pudgy but very are talking about the other day on it is the most broken shit like it is unplayable for so many fucking Chinese cheaters. All this like crazy like people just pulling bullshit like running one way and still headshot in you from behind really fucked up stuff. You can look at compilations of just cheaters on there. It is wild and out of control console versions are a little bit better but dads. Are they when shooters on consoles anyways? tell a friend gave a talk about why? Pc Gaming was superior to console gaming in the behind the talk was you can't cheat on console gaming. Pfc Days like one of the things that you would do is like he all the all the sound clips in the game like in like you had the spy right and really it was like getting stabbed in the back by spies all the time so You'd like he's got this clip of him running around as Pyro and when the spy on Max behind him instead of playing the mysterious ominous quiet sound. It goes rounded on fire with say the pluses and minuses and the beauty of theirs. That let's see what else what else what else? Pc Gaming Valve put out. If I'm looking below it's really not much to talk about. It's better to read and watch. Which is how you're going to move in Half Alex. So with that you're GonNa have gravity glove which basically functions like the gravity gun in Puerto Socially like that you guys will see. There's not much to talk about in terms of like what are we talking about? The fucking can't just watch the thing. I read the thing. Whatever the fuck it's it'll be like below But also speaking about half light Alex they are doing a Collab- with that stranding which is a thing because that's surrounding is going to be coming to PC finally so there's that and they're doing a collapse thing. What is the COLLAB- they haven't said so they're discerned? Yeah Shitty teaser. That has nothing to do with the not in the game at all those like. Wow John this is why you're not charge. Securing the news logo collaborate half light three release all gone away. They might as well that was instead. I know some people are still really tilted about the whole. Not being a proper sequel. We'll see I know one thing that people said would be a definite dealbreakers if it's short if it's like some fucking our VR experience. Everyone's GonNa fucking Zeros. Yeah I mean well. That's kind of the problem I don't imagine. Vr game going wanting to go on that long. You know I don't at least I personally. Don't see myself playing. Let's say like an eighty hour narrative or something like that on VCR. I would probably be like was saying but then motion sickness and stuff like that to consider. That's a very big thing to do for the PC. Port of stranding things. They have confirmed that are coming to this photo mode which seems to be a big request for a lot of people. In Video Games now by Vesey fifteen as a as a lot of blasphemous serve Keno hurts a lot of again point spiderman as it has become a common feature that I no one asks for but like now so many people. Use IT FOR MEMES. And whatever pretty carozza going to pc to yes or missing games could do win the real lives. Yeah pretty much else. Also of course mentioned a frame rate Support for wide monitor stuff that you just expect to be stand up because it was a fucking nerd over. Latch finally having a banned list because so far they've been legal. They have always talked about the potential of retiring characters. Some games that have a big roster they have also talked about the potential of banning characters. That just don't fit into the metal doesn't mean the head come back but at the right time they are not good enough or two or otherwise to be in there they are still playable of course in your quick plays and your bullshit modes but in call play and pro tournaments. The following four characters are banned. Which are Orissa pro? I don't know why to play a recent no Hans because character fucking blows May because I kept her fucking blows and Battiste.