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Fresh update on "tyson" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"25 55 years, Jeff played by the closing bell. The Dow is down just 80 points, though there s and P 500 index finish a day, down just seven. It has that closed higher today, up 30 points. New filings for unemployment benefits fell below one million for the first time in 21 weeks last week, although it's still total 963,000 19 fifties diner style burger chain Johnny Rockets. Is being acquired by California Burger chain Fatburger Ban. Snyder bought the Johnny Rockets chain in 2007 but sold it's six years later to private investors. There are still four Johnny Rockets locations around here. AMC theaters in Alexandria. Tyson's in Potomac Mills reopen August 20th. First day tickets will be 15 cents. Not to the price with the first AMC Theater opened in 1920 AMC theaters have been closed since March. Jeff Global W T O be news Money News brought to you by whole Foods Market Save on organic red green and Black Sea The scrapes at Whole Foods market 1 £99 through August 18th while.
Mike Tyson put a shark to sleep with his bare hands
"Well, this headline caught my eye. Mike Tyson was so scared of diving with a £200 shark that he vomited during his Tyson versus Jaws. Shark Week. Special, Really? Mike Tyson knocked out 44 opponents during his professional boxing career. Now the 54 year old can add a shark to that list after putting one to sleep with his bare hands as part of Shark Week on Discovery. Dubbed Tyson versus Jaws Rumble on the reef. A boxing legend undertook a trio of increasingly difficult and frightening challenges with seas Apex predator in the Bahamas in an effort to try to conquer his fears of returning to the ring. So he succeeded in all the tasks given to him. Tyson was so nervous before the final challenge, which saw him swim uncaged with a group of £200 lemon sharks. He vomited on the dive boat before getting in the water. He was so scared. But he's like it. See, I thought this was going to be him in a shark cage agents. He's down in the water. And he puts this Shark in like a sleeper hold with some shark experts standing there. Next to people are gonna watch this. This will be Shark Week's most popular show. I'm sure. Well, now that I know this, I'll watch that. Yeah. It's sports sort of. He does something called tonic immobility, So if you grab a shark's nose It puts it kind of in a hypnosis like state of in activity. Do you have to say I got your nose? I got your nose. But I don't watch that in the shark's eyes, Dollars eyes and they roll right over.
Fresh "tyson" from Terry Meiners and Company
"School closures back to school debate happens here will inflict lasting harm to our nation's Children. News Radio 8 40 W. H A. S Had a good time recording a show with Ricky Jones a little while ago that he's going to run on his show the Sunday on 93.1 10 o'clock on Sunday morning, Ricky Jones show And he used some It was. They were glowing adjectives to introduce me, and I was like, nobody calls me those names. But thank you for that. I appreciate that. And the truth of the matter is Simon Idiot, And I told him that on that, anyway, I just You know, I like radio, and I'd like to radio communication and so forth. But anyway, it was great fun that Sunday morning. At 10 o'clock 93.1 and the thing is idiots attracts. Other idiots, and Ian and I have been through a lot over the years we've seen so many guests come on the show and you know smart, famous people. Incredibly accomplished people, people who are scientists and, you know, we talk to the smartest chick in the galaxy. Every couple of months. Rachel calmly just an example. She's an astrophysicist, and she comes on my show. And she knows she's talking to an idiot, but it's okay. She she smoothed it out so that we can all understand, especially me. And so we talked to all levels in society. And that's why it was so gratified years ago when in walks Steve O from the Jackass Siri's because he's an idiot, too, And he's proving his idiocy again today. Have you seen Amy? And he's up on a billboard and Los Angeles? Oh, no, I haven't seen this yet. Oh, my. He looks great. He's a taped to a billboard. Let me see where this is. It says in Hollywood. I'm looking at the times on Twitter, Steve O gnarly. You know, like G n A. R l y. Very naughty multimedia Special and Stevo. I'm sure is the star of it. All right, wait a minute. Here's a little video and then we see what the whole board says. Oh, it's it's something on his own website. He has duct taped himself to a billboard in home and he's wearing a diaper and it's always wearing is a diaper. He somehow I don't know how I did it a duck, Tate. I like a foot stand. So that he can, his feet could stand on something. I don't know how he did that. And then the rest of it. It's all duct tape everywhere and he's duct taped across his chest. I just said a crossed Across his chest and then like his upper thighs, But he wants everyone to see the diaper. So there you go. I'm looking at it now. That's kind of like Loki Stevo. But in the end of this to what do we think he's going to Pierce his body like he usually does with some sort of like a railroad spike through his shoulder blade to attach the upper part of his money. He's clean and sober now, so I don't know that he does that stuff anymore. I'll be interested to see how this ends. Just a zoo. Reflective note here, too. And Steve O came in. He was doing a show here in Louisville. So he came in on my show. Do you remember what he looked like He came in. He had two black eyes when he came in to do the show. And why is that Because he had just been on a TV special. Where he backed up a ce faras. He could as far as why does the stage was and at the other end of the stage was Mike Tyson, holding his outstretched arm with his fists already in place? He's got his fist ready, and then Steve O ran as hard as he could at Mike Tyson's fist, and that was the result. Two black eyes. So I don't know when the astrophysicists will be back on the show, But you should know that you're listening to the radio show where Steve O Finds it a comfort zone. Thank you for joining us a swell This report is sponsored by unbound dot org's use radio Wait 40 W. H. J s traffic. There's no time for drivers on water Expressway Westmont Dixie Highway. The 2 64 West Bond, Rampant Dixie Highway North is blocked all because falling power lines, so that's gonna be a slow go fora bit problem out of the way pretty much but still slow on 65 door found in front of Allie, right? Draw the brakes for about 20 minutes, clearing up earlier accident, But you're still stopping go from outer loop. Ty upon 64 was found in her sport Parkway. Looks like an object on the roadway. There left a shoulder and left lane blockers are being dispatched to try to get that out of the way. Our next report in 10 minutes. I'm.
The Bull that (probably) Sires Mostly Bulls
"Breakthroughs in biotechnology. So our guest today is someone who's been with us a number of times probably five or six times. Now, one of our original guests is Dr Alison Venenum and she's a cooperative extension specialist in the Department of Animal Science at the University of California Davis Welcome back Dr. Venenum thank you. Kevin thanks nice to be back. From my bedroom and Davis. I'm working from home to you know and it's it's just really It's been crazy times. But this has been a you're the news from your laboratory is always exciting and it's really cool because I always invite guests at the end of the episode that next time you have something. Cool happen. Let me know we'll get you back up and a few people take me up on that. You have a of times. Today we really WanNa talk about cosmo the ball, and so usually start with the question that you're trying to answer. But let's talk about the punchline who is cosmo in what is so special about him. So cosmo Isabel cough that was born back in April here on UC Davis campus and he is actually a crisper. Bull. So we have been working for about five years now to try to do a gene insertion in bovine embryos and. The result of all of that work and basically represents. The culmination of a lot of effort to. Use a genome editing to do a targeted insertion of Jane in the one cell embryo of of cows, and of course, with cows, you do your experiment, and then you have to wait nine months for the pregnancy. he just happened to time his arrival with a with a global pandemic, and so that added an extra level of excitement to the whole project, which was kind of ironic. But anyway, that's basically who he is and he is a targeted gene knockin of a particular Gene Code S R Y which stands for the sex determining region on the Y chromosome and your listeners probably familiar with the fact that Jen that sex in mammals is determined by inheriting a Y chromosome from. Dad which makes you a boy or an x chromosome from dad, which makes you go and the reason for that is this Jane Lasry, which is the sex determining region on the Y chromosome basically triggers development down the male pathway, and so that's why when you get a Y chromosome, you go to the mail pathway and what we did was actually moved that Jane using crisper cast nine and made education and copied it onto another Jane with the idea of saying whether or not. The inheritance of that Gina Learn in an ex- ex-. Gina typic-. Individual would result in in an individual that has a a male appearance and we know that in some species like, Mike Tyson infect humans and horses is being observed translations of the lasry on shoes. The X. Crime is I'm and that's resulted in ex ex lasry positive male appearing individuals, and so we think based on our understanding of biology that that likely that gene is sufficient to basically trigger the mild developmental pathway and we want more boys in beef production. In the same way, we want more girls for chicken and egg production. because. The males are more efficient at converting to gain and tend to finish it a heavier white and so If there was a choice, they'd be the preferred animal for based production. So why do kind of thing with a cow? Why start there it seems like this could have been
Fresh update on "tyson" discussed on P.S.A Podcast
"Good Morning. Good evening right back at you. Popping out all black when cop-out like Katie got baynes. Random where Sheva come from Charlotte Takeda. got. Bands Katie got fan. COME DOWN PSA WE'RE GONNA hook you up if you come to. Everybody having good day everybody outright. So beautiful. Day. Thursday. Whatever time he listened to this afternoon evening whenever they wiki listening to ensure is GonNa be good. You know you might not listen to this twenty two. You might not listen to this Tony Twenty five either way. Is legit and his late. Again I WANNA. Thank everybody for their participation in love in their. say. Impact and their interaction with the MIC state. I think I can officially retired the phrase I don't know who needs to hear this. But just know that won't be the last time you hear from their mix tape in some way shape or form. All Right So we jump right into things today I'm GonNa go ahead and let you know now this week and next week be prepared because I'm coming with their fire and not just like great episode like You I'm staying some people. I'm I'm Mike Tyson Muhammed Ali jogging. With left hooks because. Today. I. WanNa talk about. Well the next two weeks especially I wanNA talk about the real pandemics. Some real things is going on I notice that I feel needs to meaty Scott. So. I'm already come Graham. I'm already coming at the gate on my. With today's tied today's title is called. Hood figure cost play. The mean read you don't have to fake a struggle to be accepted. I promise. Inspiration comes from the gray song by Gorilla Zoe the two, thousand, seven, eight, in era. Her figure. And you know that was the clean version because the reversion was You know who figure was like a, you know a Vinik word. Figure but you know he was really trying to say. comes from just the whole title of Koss play in the whole world of Casper. You know that's when people go to these different conventions in anime conventions in address license body from the show or movie wherever they go all out with it so. You know if you put the two nine together which I'm a breakdown, the minute you kind of go this. The phrase and a coke by Oscar while be yourself, everyone else has already taken. and. Just the other inspiration senior..
Judge dismisses Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax's lawsuit
"Governor filed an appeal in his $400 million lawsuit against CBS. Tena Governor Justin Fairfax accused the network of staging a political hit job when it reported on sexual assault allegations against him. Saying the network reported the allegations in a way that insinuated he was guilty. But a judge dismissed the suit in February, writing that it wasn't likely that CBS acted with malice when it interviewed Vanessa Tyson and MEREDITH Watson. Both women alleged that Fairfax assaulted them in the early two thousand's Fairfax. Appeal of that ruling comes as he plots to run for governor in 2021. Joan Jones.
Frank It Forward: How to Sell Ball Park Franks When No One's at the Ballpark
"The weirdest baseball season in history started last night. The Twenty Twenty Major League baseball season debuted with a clash between the Washington nationals in the New York Yankees, nationals park in the country's capital was packed with. Virtual fans, that's right, the fans you may have seen on TV. Were just images manufactured for the cameras by Fox Sports? In reality, the teams play to an empty stadium because of covid nineteen. This season teams will play only sixty games down from the typical one hundred sixty two right now. There's no intention to have many live fans at any of them just TV cameras. We won't get into the debate about why Fox decided to manifest virtual fans complete with recorded sounds of cheering applause, and the like the TV audience know. Today, we're interested in one of those things that like baseball. Itself has always seemed timeless the stadium hotdog. Too, many of us me included a hot dog goes with the baseball game. The way hot fudge goes with vanilla ice cream. They just belong together, but not this year. Needless to say virtual fans don't order francs with mustard and onions, nor do they reach out and snack a beer from a wandering vendor that's leaving entire industry, high and dry stadium vendors are out of work. That's giving Ballpark Franks the nation's number one. One brand of hot dogs and opportunity to look philanthropic, while also promoting their dogs to fans, watching Games on the small screen on Wednesday, which not coincidentally was national hotdog, day Ballpark Franks and it is donating one hundred thousand dollars to unemployed stadium vendors through a baseball charity in campaign. They're calling frank it forward. They're also asking fans to tweet their favorite baseball memories along with the Frank. It forward Hashtag of course. For every tweet that fans post ballpark will donate an extra dollar up to fifty thousand dollars within a day. Fans had begun complying. Some tweets were clearly planted by Tyson foods. ballpark Franks owner to get the Frankfurt Frenzy on fast forward, but some were genuinely sweet like a tweet from Ban Molly, Heidrick, she finally recalled attending the thousand fifteen world series game with her dad, telling her for the entire five hours that she would be Zombie the next day at school. She said she almost caught a foul ball and yes, she couldn't stay awake in math class. Her HASHTAG, no regrets. The promotion gives a sheen of sweetness and philanthropy to the ballpark francs, which happens to be America's biggest seller of the process. Meet parent. Tyson foods of course is struggling with its image these days between having covert outbreaks at many of its meat, processing plants, and being under investigation by the Justice, Department for alleged poultry price-fixing, but on a summer night. We need to dwell on the bigger picture. Maybe. What's worth spending time on? Is The marketing rivalry between BALLPARK Franks in America's second largest brand Oscar Mayer that brand owned by Kraft, was revived three years ago when its parent put ten million dollars into removing chemicals like nitrates nitrites from its dogs, the attempt to cater to the clean eating tastes of millennials. It helped nowadays craft hines has been doing well selling its enormous variety of grocery store staples to our newly stay at home nation, but how will it compete at the? No, Fan Ballpark. Hopefully not with a repeat of its attempt from twenty nineteen, a hotdog ice cream sandwich. It was made with. Get this candied hotdog, bits, hotdogs, sweet, cream, spicy, dijon, Gelato, and a cookie Bun, according to writer Michael Clare and a Major League baseball publication called cut four last August. Clare's take on what was clearly a desperate attempt to get the upper hand in the Weiner wars. This hot dog mustard ice cream. Monstrosity needs to return to whatever hell it came from. So. Far Oscar Mayer hasn't made any announcements that one this year may be given covid nineteen craft hines got a little more sensitive about the queasiness factor when it comes to the economics of the Frankfurter fight between Tyson and craft Heinz. The ballpark matters in two thousand sixteen Americans spent twenty million dollars buying hotdogs at ball games, so says the national hot dog and Sausage Council. Council apparently, that's the last time they gathered this debt. So the biggest question this year will be. Will fans watching at home still by hotdogs, or will they just eat? Whatever happens to be for? Dinner served on a real plate, not in a little cardboard dog holding. If that happens, the frank forward campaign is unlikely to give much of an advantage to Ballpark, Franks and hopefully. WHO's out of work? hotdog vendors have already found a way to turn their talents to something more lucrative. And perhaps less greasy.
Mike Tyson to return to boxing in exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr.
"We got tails, son and on the line with us is good to see some young up and comers. I gotta ask you even in the boxing space. It was revealed today that Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Junior are going to be having an exhibition about in a few months for charity. What are your thoughts on seeing them back in the ring? Well, if by charity we mean Mike Tyson's bank account, and Roy Jones, his bank account, don't don't get fooled by. These guys aren't going out there to be nice. I love that fight. I can't believe he stepping in there with Roy. That's a hard night out. Let's see what happens. But I know that Mike is getting very good training. He's with guiding happy all. Cordero, who came over from Brazil did such a great job even was nominated Coach of the year in the M M a space But he's a hand coach and sort of everything else. He's striking Coach Mike Very good hands and whatever the promoter is, I mean shame on him. Shame. Shame one. Whoever the promoter is trying to come out of pretended for charity. This is for profit. Say what it is. There's no problem that will be a liar. Also you well, I'm going to talk to Roy Jones. Junior in a couple of days. You should I relay the message? I mean, come on Share. What do you want? Sure. I know Roy. Roy is not going to lie about it. This is for profit. You're not getting in there with Mike Tyson. I work with either There was some money on the line. So active. So what's were cherry? That woman? What a joke. I'm just supported that, you know, and all truth. I mean, they're pretending this is for charity. Shame on them. It's not Mike Tyson was very upfront. He says the 1st 1 to the table with a $1,000,000. Get me to sign a contract. Somebody came with a $1,000,000. You signed the contract. Pretend it's for charity. What, Sam? That's that's disgusting.
Get to Know Cristina Mittermeier
"Welcome to good night stories rebel girls. I am Sadie from Nashville I'm eight years old and I'm interviewing Cristina. Mittermeier was the narrator of last week's episode of good night's toys for girls. If you haven't heard last week's episode now is a good time to go back and check it out. Christina, would you like to introduce yourself? My name is Christina Mittermeier I am a national geographic photographer I'm the CO founder of see legacy and like Jane Goodall I also love animals. I am the mother of three children. All of whom Love Tyson and they all love stories about Jayne good. Why did you create see legacy? I created see legacy because I wanted photography an adventure to be an invitation for everybody by publishing my phonograph on my stories on social media, everyday I tried to invite people and share what I. Love about the oceans with everybody. What makes you a rebel thorough? What makes me a rebel girl is that? I grew up in the mountains of central Mexico, but my dream was to swim with dolphins. Everybody told me that I couldn't do it. Because this was not for girls, but like chains mother, my mother champion me, and she said if you WanNa, go swim with dolphins, you have to find a way to get to university and become a marine biologist, and that's exactly what I did. When did you first become interested in photography? And can you tell us what type of photography or most interested in when I finish my studies in University to be a marine biologist I realized that our oceans were in a lot of trouble. Pollution overfishing. All of these things were threatening. The ocean and I wanted to help just like Jane wanted to help Tim Pansies. I thought that science was going to be the tool. I could use to help, but I realized that people are more. In learning from stuff that they understand they can see. Photography became the tool that allow me to communicate with many more people about not just help beautiful the oceanus for all the things we can do to help. When I started my career, photographer I wanted to be a nature photographer. Kasai love animals. I soon realized that I really had a lot more talent to tell stories about people, so my photography became a combination of my love of nature and my interest in people, and then a become an underwater photographer so today I use my camera to tell stories about animals in the ocean and the relationship that humans have with the largest ecosystem on our planet our ocean. Photography allowed people all over the world to see the amazing work. Jane was doing with chimpanzees. What's your favorite thing about photography? My favorite thing about photography is that it's a universal language. It is something that we all understand today. We all have cameras in our telephones, and that makes us all photographers is something. We all know how to do really well and so much like photography National Geographic Allow Jane Goodall to share his stories with a very large audience, so to has my camera on my work with National Geographic, allow me to share the story of our oceans and the importance of protecting the largest. On our planet, our ocean. What is it venture? Mean to you? A venture for me is having the courage to step through the of things that I. Don't know yet sometimes that means getting in the water with a whale, or the shark sometimes means getting on stage with the large number of people and speaking in public. The most important thing about my work is that I wanted to be an. An invitation to adventure for everybody the natural world is there for all of us to enjoy and I. Want my work to be an invitation to you. How do you stay positive in the world? That doesn't always care for the environment. The reason I stay positive in a world that doesn't always care for the environment is that I am the mother of three kids their own much older now, but. I want for them to have the kind of planning that I have come to love and enjoy I want them to be able to go out into nature and spend time with wild animals, and to know that they have a future in a living planet, so I have no choice but stay positive. What's one thing? Young rebel girls can do to protect the oceans are oceans are the largest ecosystem on our planet, and we know so little about how they work. So what we need is more girls to go into. The scientists become marine biologist become underwater photographer filmmakers so that together we can tell the story of how beautiful and important our oceans are thanks Christina.
Former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher and three others die in plane crash, witnesses receiving counseling
"A plane crash that killed former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Tyson Brummett and three others says first responders are helping him counsel his kids who also saw the accident. Greg Rawlings was with his Children in American for Canyon and rural Utah. Friday morning Court screwed maybe 1.5 2 times. And went below the tree level. And we're like, what is going on? I don't know if it was a stunt plane trying to do something, but just moments later, we heard the impact. Brummett was flying the plane. This is
Former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, Tyson Brummett, and 3 others die in plane crash in Utah
"A former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Tyson Brummett and three others have died in a plane crash in rural Utah. Utah County Sheriff's Office says the small plane crash near box elder peak in American for Kenyan Greg Rawlings, hiking with his kids witnessed the crash says first responders helped him on how to help his kids. After what they saw how to just, uh You know, make sure they're okay. As we go into the future, um, just making sure that the trauma of what we saw and experience Doesn't continue to infect them. National Transportation Safety Board now
Former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher among 4 killed in plane crash
"Pitcher Tyson brother was one of four people killed when a small plane crashed in Utah. Authorities say the 35 year old was piloting that plane. Witness said he saw the plane started to spiral down and then moments later. Heard the crash. Moment was drafted in the fifth round by the Phillies Back in 2007. He spent five years in the minors, making one appearance in the majors. In a statement, the Filles offered their condolences to Rome. It's family and the families of the other victims, the NTSB and the FAA. Both investigating the cause of the crash.
Clucking Over the Cost of Chicken? Top Poultry Producers Charged with Price Fixing
"Early this month the US Justice Department indicted four of the top poultry industry executives on price-fixing Charges Pilgrim's pride. CEO Jason, pen and Claxton Poultry Farms President Michel. Freeze were charged with conspiring to fix prices on chickens sold to restaurants and grocery stores from twenty twelve to two thousand, seventeen to other executives, one from each company were also indicted. Indicted the charges come as part of an ongoing anti-trust investigation into the highly consolidated poultry business, The Wall Street Journal reported now. If this sounds familiar, he should poultry buyers, farmers and industry critics have been clucking about possible price-fixing in the chicken business for years in two thousand sixteen New York Food Distributor Maple Vail Farms. Let Class Action lawsuit claiming that Pilgrim's pride. Perdue Tyson foods and other major producers destroyed entire flocks breeder hens in an effort. Effort to artificially reduce the supply of chickens as a result of the alleged scheme, the plaintiffs argued chicken prices jumped fifty percent a time when corn and soybean prices, the basic necessities of chicken production fell Maple Vail argued that the company's manipulated prices for a full eight years between two thousand and eight twenty sixteen, since then government investigators have been looking to see whether the poultry giants have been feathering their nests, and if so, how the charges against. Against the pilgrim's pride in Claxton executives alleged that they colluded to keep prices high for fast food chains in purchasing cooperatives, the Wall Street Journal reports that the indictments are filled with accounts of text messages and quote cozy discussions about pricing between supposedly rival executives. The indictments brought against these chicken leaders are federal criminal charges. If convicted pen than the others could spend up to ten years in prison and pay million dollar fines three of the four. Four men pleaded not guilty. CLAXTON's freeze requested continuance. The problem is closely tied to the industry's consolidation over the last several years, large processors of gobbled up smaller ones like Hungary hens begging for food now that she can businesses dominated by a handful of companies which have considerable clout, according to Ferns, insider, a nonprofit investigative publication, only ten companies, raising sell eighty percent of the country's nine billion chickens. Half of those chickens come from Tyson the nation's largest. Largest processor and pilgrim's pride, which is number, two claxton industries is a multimillion dollar Atlanta processor that counts chick-fil-a among its customers. In recent years, several large poultry buyers, including Walmart Conagra enciso have sued all the major poultry processors for anticompetitive practices Tyson Pilgrim's pride perdue farms in Sanderson Farms have denied the allegations according to the New York Times prosecutors however alleged that collusion is the reason why poultry prices rose steadily over the last several years they. They say consumers bear much of the pain, but farmers to of had a beef with poultry producers in two thousand seventeen several farmers filed a class action lawsuit against Tyson. Pilgrim's pride, purdue and other poultry giants, accusing them of sharing data in order to suppress farmers wages, according to NPR the National Farmers Union says price-fixing inflates the cost of poultry and beef while reducing the incomes of farmers and ranchers, according to the Wall Street Journal
Social justice groups call for disbanding HISD school police
"Schools in Minneapolis and Portland have already announced they will sever ties with their city police departments in the wake of Floyd's death in police custody now calls are growing for the Houston Independent School District to disband its own police force has Houston public media's Laura Tyson C. reports in Houston where Floyd grew up and graduated from high school the district runs its own police department advocates and educators with several social justice groups say the country's seventh largest school system should divest from school policing the money save they say can hire more mental health counselors and social workers Carmel Willis is with disability rights taxes I think students may actually feel safer not coming to school and seeing police on their campuses and if we get the money was put towards the mental health services they would be getting what they need Willis says students of color are referred to law enforcement at disproportionately higher rates than their white peers in Houston I'm Laura Tyson
Dallas - Tyson reports COVID-19 cases at its Sherman plant
"To more meat processing facilities have become pandemic hot spots three hundred twenty six workers at a Tyson foods plant in Sherman Texas about an hour north of the Dallas fort worth metroplex have tested positive for covert nineteen that's more than twenty percent of the facilities seventeen hundred workers more than five hundred fifty employees at a Tyson pork processing plant in storm lake Iowa have tested positive for coronavirus twenty five hundred people work at the plant Jim chrysalis
326 test positive for COVID-19 at Tyson Foods
"Two more meat processing plants become covert nineteen hot spots three hundred twenty six workers at a Tyson foods plant in Sherman Texas about an hour north of the Dallas fort worth metroplex have tested positive for culvert nineteen that's more than twenty percent of the facilities seventeen hundred workers more than five hundred fifty employees at a Tyson pork processing plant in storm lake Iowa have tested positive for coronavirus twenty five hundred people work at the plant Jim chrysalis
Justice Department investigating meat price increases amid pandemic
"Corona virus pandemic has led to a surge in the price of beef to levels that hasn't been seen in decades but at the same time farmers and ranchers are being paid very low prices for their cattle other companies that processed meat for sale so that's led the agriculture department and the justice department to begin vesting getting whether the meat packing industry is fixing or manipulating prices politico reports that the justice department is looking at four of the largest U. S. meatpackers that's Tyson foods JB S. national beef and cargo which together control about eighty five percent of the U. S. market citing one source agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue has confirmed that they're also looking into beef prices meatpacker say beef prices have spiked because plants are running at lower capacity because workers have gotten sick with the corona
Justice Department investigating meat price increases
"You may have noticed you're shelling out more for your beef than you have been a very long time but at the same time the companies that process meat are paying farmers and ranchers staggeringly low prices for cattle now the agriculture department and prosecutors are investigating whether the meat packing industry is fixing or manipulating prices the justice department is looking at the fourth largest U. S. meatpackers Tyson foods JB S. national beef and cargo meat Packers say beef prices spiked during the pandemic because plants are running at lower capacity as workers fall ill and meet less of it is making its way to store shelves no comment from the four
Mark Cuban on the effectiveness of the CARES Act
"We're going to be speaking today with a mark. Cuban is the owner of the NBA team the Dallas Mavericks. Lots of people know him from the show shark tank and his investing in startups very active on twitter and social media in terms of fleshing out sounding policies right now during this crisis also someone who people suspect may have local ambitions of his own one day and so sort of great person to discuss Everything that's going on right now. I would like to preface this entire interview by saying that I knew nothing about basketball or the NBA. I'm GonNa try really really hard. Let's bring in Mark Mark. Thank you very much for joining us. Or what's the deal? Tracy was just asking this on twitter. Can you give us the thirty second explanation of how the NBA Salary Cap Works? Tracy tried to cram homer for the PODCAST. And so it's like. How does that work? She wants to know. I'd rather calculate Pi digits. Explain the salary cap. Okay well fair enough anyway. Thank you for joining us. As we've been doing throughout all of our episodes during this crisis I wanna make a note that it is a May Twelfth Today. The reason that important is because who knows how the world will look in a few days when this comes out but it is here. We are may twelfth about really Two months into this crisis in most intense form because there's actually march eleventh the day that the NBA was cancelled. So two months in mark of just from your perspective. All the different things you're involved. Then how does the world look to right now sort of big picture and with the businesses that you operate and invest uncertain confused hope cautiously hopeful looking for guidance? Looking for leadership. We just don't know who to trust with our lives effectively and that's keeping people from doing things the way we've always done them. So you invest in a lot of small businesses. Could you maybe give some specifics? About how your portfolio companies are getting impacted right now. What are the biggest problems that they're currently facing big? Promise that the fall in demand you know. There's just people are very hesitant when it comes to buying products and services right now unless they're related to things you can store in your home. You know the companies. I have that are selling athletic equipment. You know those are doing well. Companies THAT ARE SELLING FOOD PRODUCTS. Those are doing well. Companies that are selling pretty much everything else are not or their businesses down is some percentage so you know people trying to get. We're trying to gauge. When consumer demand will come back and that's the most difficult aspect of trying to figure out what's next so Hudson in your view what's been done from the You know sitting aside what the right approach to health prices. We've seen we saw the cares. Package passed at the end of March with the idea of helping least small businesses keep employees on payroll to not to prevent the unemployment crisis from getting worse and for people to have businesses to be to to go back to work to when the health crisis lives also seen a range of things from the. Fed in your view. How effective have those measures band? At least dampening the pain from this some some To some extent you know I'll refer to Mike Tyson. Who said everybody's got a plan until they get punched in the mouth right and the cares package that the plan was great. The initial timing of it was great. It was it happened very quickly. The implementation was was too slow and so when we got you know the day the NBA was cancelled march. Eleventh and people started really realizing that there were issues that we're going to have to address from out perspective and then you know relatively quickly for Congress the beginning of April. We had a cares for stimulus but unfortunately from that point in time till the time small businesses small medium size is actually got funding was several weeks. Add to that the fact that there wasn't enough money add to that the fact that there was uncertainty about how the money can or should be spent and what would be the case for forgiveness and that caused a lot of small businesses to hesitate and that led to a scenario where you know a month in a month. After the cares OB- stimulus was passed. Businesses really weren't able to take the steps necessary to try to continue as much business as usual and that really created a cascading negative effect. That were still in right now. So the concept was good. The plan was good but the virus punched in the mouth and the execution was near where it needed to be.
Coronavirus pandemic impacts U.S. meat industry
"Many of the largest clusters of the virus or in the nation's slaughter houses across the meat packing industry there about at least twelve thousand five hundred covert nineteen cases in fifty one deaths according to the Midwest center for investigative reporting and many of them are at Tyson business insider reports forty six hundred cases and eighteen deaths linked back to the meat giant while the company has relaxed its attendance policies it still does not offer full paid sick leave so Tyson employees many of whom are immigrants continue to go to work even when sick that Piper
Tyson will close its biggest pork plant after workers call out sick with coronavirus
"The country Tyson meat processing plant had to shut down I N. it's not a wonder why nearly nine hundred plant employees have since tested positive for coronavirus now it's technology that I found most interesting this painting a picture of the possible impact of those Indiana cases there's this data visualized video visualization firm by the name of tectonic Sergio and they used anonymized phone location data and what they do is they track devices that were in that plant at the end of March okay so this all data and these phones whether owned by workers are truckers travel throughout the forty eight states and Canada in a short time that followed now that data could provide a really key element to the puzzle about how the virus spreads and it could lead to a food supply chain disruption you know you always have to remember the data is truth you have to make decisions based on data
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"They open up a a amateur boxing club to give people opportunities Iot in my life. If it's definitely needed actually invite that the pay the box out in Nevada had no money alone free how to box uh yeah I mean that's I'm sure there's millions of kids who love that opportunity. You know have somewhere to go get instructed director or Bianca family of feelings you family and that family life and everybody knows what you're doing. Everybody got the I open. The friends and family got the Iowa. He's involved with the gym. He's one of the boys look out for them is just incredible lifestyle yeah Tyson. Is there anything you any questions you have for Mike is is there anything you're curious about Mike and his new life after boxing when life is pretty interesting and then then we'll go forward sneer life y'all's it's given your new Lisa Life. Yeah thank God for my last my last fucking like with the draft Eh. I don't even know how all this Shit Happen Man Without catastrophic action. Would you be to save money. You are today without experience Salani experience. You're live legend of living legend yeah. I Miss Glenn I'm living I can't believe I wanted to die often. When I was young I gotTa Hate live-in? I get fifty three. I love living. I don't WanNA fucking die hate the faith they gotta die. Hi Now fell interesting. It is every day Balsamo now. Get some me absorbed my existence since you know and realize that life is a joke I took it to Syria hundred percent you know I dunno the long after this. I'll die so I won't exist anymore and then I have to go to the other. I WanNa see what that's like. I can't believe this energy the happiest guy than it doesn't exist. It may not live here no more but it has to go somewhere hundreds on them looking forward to now not for a long time yeah for whatever happens it happens. I'm looking for life is great food. Death has to be just as great life. Usually I think the worst the worst the worst day of my life right in my mother. My children died in the world. The worst day in my life was stay in life is still beautiful day if I if I don't take internalizing they'll won't leave me. My mother died about baby died. Why me if I don't look at it from that perspective life who always be the day was beautiful in life is precious on? It's beautiful just to wake up in the morning before before I used to take it all for granted grunted at in care and care about nothing. I didn't care about family friends relatives achievements how didn't care about four call. I just didn't care but now after going to Hallam buck appreciate fresh air on a glass of water grad smaller things in life too because when you've lost never know what you've really gotten till it's gone you felt the opportunity to be shot down. Come back and you really find out who your friends who the people are really behind who leaves who jumps often and everybody just loves a winner. Nobody wants to be around the loser. Nobody wants to be around him on his lost his mind so you really find out your friends people who call you in distress when you down and you're out you don't have any more to offer to them so I suppose I got cdot sign of everything without being eaten in a boxing auctioning I saw on the comeback. I have a smallest team ever the people who were there for me. When I was when I was out so yeah I keep it nice and small mile everyday? Whatever happens in life happens don't care we have to understand that being fired of the being detained with anything it's being in the light that we Afghanistan will be over soon? This is not GonNa last forever so why were at this moment while it's an enormous in this profitable have to make the best I can out of. That's what this is all about now with him. He has to make the best possible Moses Future Right now why he can. It's it's interesting hearing you say because I know this as well as that before. You said you didn't give a fuck about anything and now oh you don't care but in a different way it's like you're detached with love from it. All you know and I think that's an important. That's that's that's a difference you know but it's interesting because it's the flip side of the same coin you know going from a place of not caring about anything anything in your life in a destructive way and then coming to a place where you can not care about anything in life because you're not attached to anything or any specific outcome or how anything is supposed to be your look you know before you used to take everything and think Oh won't Nisa won't was never happy with what human nature we always want more. No matter what it is no matter how much you of something then you always searching for more things that's ego nature no doubt about it. It's the nature of the ego and I was like. I don't care if I lose everything. I don't care what happens. Nothing released ours anyway in life morning morning. Borrow it all goes. The only thing we truly own in. This life is moments in time. This is a moment in time for me. That will never be raised on no matter what happens this is always going to be my time. This'll be my moment. I because I lived here this. You know everything else this bag this walked. They close their logo. For what does it really matter your body. Body will go this is a shell but also inside oath to God lives Abso- forever definitely. Does you know maybe the maybe I'm maybe not living off. Eva's cool too yeah you. We know we all know that yeah maybe maybe stop human fucking fill in talking about and thinking about it though the mind sometimes you're you know what I mean. Maybe that's of cool enough to stop that the bliss yeah the theft not puts in but like you said before. Why are we have all these experiences and what we switches off after e closure is possible but I'll ultimate question what happens when you die? Maybe maybe we I reckon wake up with all the dream we is wake up. What do you think well like? I said before a practicing back to Senator Krisztian. The Bible says when you die all answers will be revealed and everything will be like almost an HD everything you wanted to now in your life will be onset but also says that will be accountable for every action we did no. I don't think I think even the Muslim of former Christian. I believe that when I took the taught obviously there's no good and no bad there's no reading the wrong leaving at the height of the velopment. We're not developed enough to understand why we did right or wrong. We don't understand. NFL fishnet agreed or ego. We don't understand that we can't even comprehend it. What am I doing here? What am I doing our Marino? I should be scared out no Miano you. I don't know what the call I know my mind and tell me everything is in my mind is just not reliable. Most of the time I liked the idea of you know when you die all the all the questions you have in life I for answered you know I believe that's part of the deal for sure the accountability thing I believe in that to an extent of of you know I think God is all forgiving and all accepting and you know at the end of the day it really comes down to your perception of yourself and your own ability to forgive yourself. You know that's the ultimate test because were the hardest on ourselves anyone will and because we don't have the half is pretty much yeah and we want to know everything we acceptance unknowing stuff to being smart. You know when you hurt someone you know. When you inflict damage you cause wreckage wreckage because pain? You know what that is. No matter what you do in your life though all comes down to you wherever you're zestful off fleet. Where you're you're a business? You've got a regular nine to five job. The biggest thing in the world is contentment who you are and what you are. I know plenty of rich people know billionaires millionaires and ninety nine point nine percent of them ain't happy fucking Mary on people but then I know people who work nine to five for minimum wages are so positive and so happy that goes by the Bulls so don't eight data bat position everybody else who's like super rich from whatever because they're helping contented with our life and that's around in and everybody in your some people are not meant to calm for had grabbed a concept happiness. Why do I search for happens? It's too. It's too difficult search for it so complex yeah I mean if the moment happinesses moments nobody can have a whole hour of happiness whole lifetime ten years of happiness yeah. How did I mean consistently happy for ten years? There's not a tenth of a second midpoint uh-huh what gone with air for the guy you know. This is not real. No I've been posting a lot out of this positive shit on instagram because I don't know what else to do. Social media then put positive should out there you know and sometimes it comes off off. I share my own experiences and people go like a Web. I'm sorry you're feeling down today or you're feeling angry today and I'm like I'm not fucking angry angry dude and I'm not feeling down those feelings and emotions come up yes but life is not about being happy and fucking excited site all the time you know we're on fucking wave of emotions. That's constantly moving and flowing and just because you're up one minute doesn't mean life his great and just because you're down the next doesn't mean life is shit. You know you gotta be functional for all moment. Exactly what I'm all their soul a blessing. It's all a blessing it's just our perception lamb clean now every now and FM clam feeling perfectly. I'm running. I'm working out. I'm eating. Everything's good and everything I say with GONNA call. What's going to happen to me laps? What's going to happen to make me want to get to some cocaine? Fuck a bitch. I'm GonNa Happen uh-huh child and my wife going to die. We're going to get divorced. What's GonNa what's GonNa what could add because I feel like? I'm invincible now. So what does it get. Where does it could happen to make me do that? And why am I even thinking about that would make me do that because one of my biggest fears getting high again going out fucking with people. I don't even know you know put my life in some stranger's hands the last the full took place where we've all been my biggest fear like you to send Mike is going back to drugs back to cocaine on. I know I can never go. I've gone addictive personality if I'm doing any financial four hundred percent but I'm like Oh oh I'm full control the we'll be controlled me so bad it really liquor but I'm I won't famine alcoholic our FAM- drug addict I'm nick. I'm everything but I have a feeling feeling my thick man. I'm proud to be an alcoholic but I'm a big alcoholic then my mind. I don't WanNa say that I'd rather be drug at the cooler to be the cocaine. I don't want to tell only by Malcolm. I'm not alcoholic devil for the Drink Barra football to alcoholic well well. You know those are such. It's such interesting labels because alcohol is really it's just the substance used to fill the hole but it it does a damn good job in crown. Fuck fuck you know those those substances that you know we think think make us feel good in the moment and then you realize that they're fucking destroying your mind body and spirit. I will say this alcohol and drugs. If you're suffering a mental health problems makes it go away.
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"So twenty any seven your world champion and that was the pinnacle. That was the peak of the mountain that your whole life you've been striving to get to write what was it you felt as though you weren't being fulfilled you know I suppose I suffered so do of depression and anxiety my whole life from being a boy to being among but I always had a goal of becoming heavyweight champion of the world and he always brought let me back out of the darkness to achieve that goal nothing else mattered tragedy. Go on in life lots to happen that may be good of put me off track of being everywhere John Elway saw sidetracked all of that and concentrate on the job. Wasn't they said right you gonNA fight which go for the for the world championship. It was like when I win. I'M NOT GONNA have a goal anymore so I almost knew going into the fight. I was GONNA come down. I was going it'd be a disaster. I was very depressed. Go into the flight going into training camps knew it was going to beat this guy and I said to. I remember saying to me me brothers win lose or drawers that are probably won't take enough to this release like wildwoods bucks told you live to get to this position mission. You're going to just walk away feeling any mobile Alabama. I was very ill going into that fight. I wasn't well minded goes in beats him for five minutes. I was happy on an want to go back to the change. Is this a one five world title belts abate. The second longest get straightened heavyweight champion industry what next I don't have a purpose anymore. Finish I F we Macau Kin I wanted.
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"With home base Vegas? That's right. Two. With the best place you enjoy traveling, man. I love I love Thailand came back. I love who cat. I love. I love Asia lot going to Indonesia. There's these islands off a Bali called the Galland, and it's like mushroom. We'll must chew on. It's like. Yeah. Exactly. To do that. I love one time. Nice to of mushrooms, I'm like an advocate for now. Talk about the I just changed my life. It allowed me the allowed me to just rip rebel way from my ego. And gave me a new lens on things, you know, when I didn't have that experience emotions I haven't had the ad. They could moving. And if guy kept fucking with this girlfriend of mine had time where you at than Vegas, and she brought me over with house and give them something. I gave them Mickey she third phone sleep. And I'm saying to myself, and I really listen, I don't know about mad. They gave it a Mickey right or I was mad that they gave her to Mickey. And she's been mean, and then fucking realized that she didn't have enough respect for me. And gave a Mickey in front of me thing they go to fuck. My girl in front of me. And I'm not gonna do nothing about it. Right shrooms. Yes. So then, and I feel I gotta look at my girl, and she said baby that gave me and make took the golf club. And I started going ill in their golf club where they all went in the bathroom locked themselves in the doors. They must pussy or something. Now, they must have the square put them. Hi, I'm stupid, and they go play me and my girl. That's ill. Oh. One. Not really, no, no, no. Time and we're trying to drive and get out of there. But those guys locking we're trying to drive and get out of there. And we couldn't even drive. We didn't know we were guys. I don't know who they were ended up with them not they came to the house. They came to the house, and they had a little bit of the attitude, and we have had to put that shit in check like fuck that was occurred. Now for my phone. Flexible. That's amazing. I scare if kid we're by feld these guys it. I guess I didn't I didn't dig it. Bro thousand Vegas. Man, Mike Tyson fucked. My my kitchen up last night Brown. Cried in there. So you haven't done it. We got you down do overtime. You never told. No have you done DM t. Did you change your life? Why? I'm here. I didn't do that was I I wait. wake. I gotta hit this now. Because listen, I can't explain what happened this. It took me to a place that never dreamed of ever going. And I felt like I died and reborn and. And been the same six months ago. Wow. I can stop doing cocaine fucking bitches off of my marriage. Fucking a stance of even getting ready to leave. Memphis. You left me and to get my head to get back together. I did total had no pacing doing it. Then. No. I have at existence was just happened to take in were you at. I was right. In mexico. Well, close by year. Oh. The Mexico ballistic. I've never been found, bro. And they've been the same sense powerful. I I'm really curious. I'm really I wanna try IRA. It's just Rosca illicit should be never be anything like that. Wow. Hits you so fast. And you go for the did you? So you broke or do you? They say you're supposed to like couple heads to take a couple of different levels. Yeah. Broke through. I would places man. How long did you feel like you're in there for? Phil forever. Fifteen minutes. Whatever I would never come out. So we'll. I no you're scared to death. They scared to definitely often out of what the fun. I love you. Okay. Why? Could I gotta do this again? Because this it was tricky really tricky tell us about.
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Song. Yeah. It's really cool. How old are you, man? Twenty three eight eighty man, I'm guy. Yeah. Who have you worked with? A man. Losy though Lisi. Virk. Very. Yeah. A satisfied Grisha. Show except for to be had. I go. Kind festival. I'm on a new level new level. Talking jacked up. Yeah. That's a pre fight song. Yeah. Love. He would have been. What did you do you? Listen to music before or no pocket Naito. We'd have pop coming to park and shit has dope. Haven't make my thong before come out. He make my fights on the big speakers headphones. What was nice being the last thing? Really really loud music arena. Boom with them coming into ring. That's fire though. That's pretty artists coming out with artists come out with what do you think you like that? Yeah. Who was the first person to do that? I'm not full go Wayne Goud, but he'd have to furry food. He do with think Floyd behind the first started happening recently. Tell these ten years. Yes. In some. I've seen some seen a lot of Justin Justin Bieber walk. I was on my Floyd with house pretty funny. What do you think? What what do you wanna -ccomplish in this Bill this business? What do you wanna work with on believe you work with? This was set Mondays make my life different mean this person make a record. I mean, I kind of look at it as. You get accomplish that with two regular people would really being on the same. If you're on that same frequency, something happens that energy happens. You know? That's what happens with a lot of people that try to do stuff in their brand new artists that I mean that that means that means, you know, and they pop off immediately happens all the time, you know, so. Artif- fell off and hit to come and go, but get back on what usually happens is like a rapper like I I like to like work with like, the new guys, you know, just I I think I got a sense on who you know, who can who's about. How like a really crazy crazy drive with their with their album, whatever they're releasing. They're about to really go crazy. So you know, I wanna help them out. So I usually, you know, work with them, and and giving them giving them a big platform that I do for like a young upcoming rapper stuff is pretty dope. You know? And I kinda makes me feel sleep better night, knowing that, you know, I'm helping out, you know, more of like not just like buying or something. More of like. Yeah. I want to help you out, and you know, support create your own scars. I respect that's cooler than just like somebody big. If you had a dream co lab who would it be? Mike Tyson rocking the mic for the lady. Yeah. Mike Tyson shock and Addie Murphy, that'd be true. Specked it, bro. Murphy. We gotta get any. Fire music party of town. What do you do Evan? See the payment way, I am. man. Paper tells those are the studio fifty four days fellow fifty four tell us about a party with Eddie Murphy. I'm putting a lot of parties that have been south jersey and stuff and Jeff all celebrities. Come employees. Widow g Rick James all the beautiful actress everybody'll come in party. Rick must've been a trip to Vicky the journey Vickers. Violent like, the fight and stuff. He did on. Yeah. It's like when he kicked Charlie in the chest hunt. Yeah. There listen he hit Charlie in the I would've ring on had. Oh, that's right. Are Jane in diamond, and boom how Jane die. So. He told the story on Chapelle show. Listen charting to real there man is real there. Rest in peace. Doc too soon. He would have been good guest. He would tell you. I can't even tell you some stories nuts. He's the go in. He was a nice guy at the end of nice fun guy before chose the mean guy really mean guys tough call. How tall was he was he five ten five eleven..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"It's four situations like podcast like this to really be able to give us our own voice and stop having these other motherfucker, they really don't like us tell our stories did, you know pot. I didn't. But I know that was your guy. He's my favorite person in the world. He's five. Right right there. Right. Yeah. Right on my hands. So he likes pocket, man. What I want to talk to you wherever you live another country, the African children awarded what was to park like really that. That's what I what he's mile time favor Guy guy. Right. had the biggest heart in the world. Do anything for you? If he got mad. He was all in right? You're all in can show. You can stop them. He's mad at you. He wants to get to see the trip, right? Really? Writer brilliant, dude. Really you guys were close guy though, he he fucked. I mean, I watched everything on it. He's always talking about you somehow. You know, what I mean like you guys? He's trying to get in this. 'cause they couldn't get in the club throw guy if I've met them. We're right on the platium. We're in the back. And we that the back doing are talking to guys if you smoke weed. Yeah. Laughter. We bought the lie. He was always. Right. And we let him in. He took the mic on any. It started rapping the close this before he was big. Yeah. It'd be fairly underground. I didn't neck. I know I was imprisoned. He he came to visit me, and you guys became super close. Visit me. Yeah. I mean, I wish that's one person. I wish I would have got a chance to me. Like, he's my anyone who knows me like you can ask any of my former teammates like I was always controlling the music before the game plan to pop up playing. No other bullshit. I love this is how we gotta think before we go out there and play. That's what I listen to. You. Gotta get like two puck was hanging out with some guy from my from my old day. But if I'm gonna have whoa, ask kinda of stain. That's not cool. Right. Yes. You know? They didn't look right together. I knew those guys on my life. I know what they about. You know, it wasn't a good luck. Not good. Not good good. That's unfortunate, man. You would have been great on the pod. Oh, man. He was he he's kind of guy. He would do things for nothing being the number. Get paid for we do enough run. Right. But can you imagine his knowledge what he died at twenty five twenty six. Can you imagine fifty me? He was already. So y. Yeah, man. I mean, I think the world is a whole would be different too. I mean, rap music would be different. But I really think he had like a cult following like he could have been someone that coulda ran for the presidency. It really seemed like people's stood behind his words so much. You know what I mean? So I think follow him. Yeah. Deal. Still though come on man, still it's too pug, still. So it's just my twins or ten they know to pucks. One hundred and twenty five pounds. Man complex. Read anybody on hunt minutes, then that's amazing. You got to spend some time with him, man. That's dope. So yeah. We'll thank you guys. Man. Another great pod. My awesome thing. Thank you. And I appreciate it, man. Thank you for having me. And the man did. Thank you. All right, brother. So we'll you into calming Kenneth outta here. Alright. Well until next time everybody, thank you for listening. Subscribe on I tunes and Spotify subscribe on our YouTube channel, and they can get us, and they can get us to see at hot docs in with Mike Tyson. I'll be back, man. Let me know when you guys back on back in area. I used to live right around the corner from here. So. This is in the middle of nowhere. But when I when I play for the Lakers we practice right here. Like literally right around the corner. So.
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Shit with my family with ready at I think my fan. I think what my kid all left for God. It's over by Bova by fear by it was by come on come with give me the fuck outta here. You would do it again, though. Yeah. And we'll do it. You're scared to death though. But it's all right. Don't get hit high and enjoy it. Fuck. Quite a ride mess incredibly. You can't even explain he wouldn't need to explain I can't express it. It's conceivable now should this. Ladies word like I said, she's done at twenty six times probably more since I last talked her. But she. Right. So a piece of centered very successful business. You know, what I mean like like a really good person. So now, you kind of just stamped it because I've been going back and forth. Asking people what they thought and some people with this. Some people are scared, but goes deep man takes you deep. I've done Iowa Lasko, which is just drawn out longer. But you know, the toad is like the spaceship. Yeah. Yeah. That's seen things you. Thank you can't breathe. You like what I'm thinking? Telling the gaff, I'm dying. I'm dying. I talked to you have to lie. Yeah. White people trick he's white more. I finally let mother fuckers in. They got all these got me got me with the fuck Sam. It's a dumb fuck to your stupid motherfucker. But that's what you gotta go through now or the toad takes on Costa myself up Mikey loss with the flea. Dumb. Nigga? Fuck you doing the shoes? Drug stupid mother. Fuck. I would say all this shit. Oh, man. It's fucking yourself. Stop. I don't wanna feel this way without Fouts loans. And they was like looking at me, take yo fucking hope. So your eyes opening you still saw everybody. But you're still what you're just going through some no my eyes open. Everybody looks. Really, the only stop it. Stop it. He on feel as more fucking stopped it. And then like fuck man can't make. Oh, no. I late. I went in minutes say took off. It's nuts to be game mazing, man. And never could. I I never been the same sense. Now been the same for don't you think? That's why some people don't really like we'd it's because it shows you some shit about ourselves real. But then also think that people are afraid of the word high. No matter what it is like that word. Hi, scares people. So that's why with my whole push within his cannabis space. Right. You know what I mean? So it's so instead of like, we try to remove the word high from in and give the educational and beneficial sides of it, you know, being professional athletes because it's always looked upon as something bad losers stone, or whatever may be. But then you think about it some of the greatest athletes ever walked this are like the, you know, the man sitting next to me. Yeah. Some of the best basketball players greatest football players of all time of all smoked weed. And you know, and it's helped them, you know. So it's just we got to educate people being that's the key is is educating, and then we got to continue to tell our stories. You know, what I mean, we have to explain to people why we used it. This is what it did for us. I mean, you know, being an athlete. It's a crazy schedule 'specially being you know, football basketball, when how much travel in the city believe in addicted parents here straight on parented addicted. I mean, my parents were you know, my dad was a drug dealer. My parents were drug addicts. So I seen it all. And I knew that's why I never fucked with the coq another other should because it's in my blood to love it. You know, what it means? That's why we're at fourteen. I remember my dad was crazy, man. We was with such huge fans of you, huge fans of human. I'm having like a real I've met Obama joy not in trip of nothing but else. Mike Tyson right now is is insane. Like the hood. Everybody for real you are now you you've got your own podcast coming out. She's pretty dote you and Stephen Jackson. We wanna do it myself. Stephen jackson. We didn't want to do it about life. I think too often we pigeonhole ourselves says LeBron on that big push more than athletes. You know what I mean? And everyone always says when athletes speak out stick to what you.
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"So we looked upon as something bad losers, or whatever maybe think some of the greatest athletes ever walked in like, the, you know, the man sitting next to me with all smoke weed in, you know, such huge fans, and you. I'm having like a real met Obama George not in trip month. Mike Tyson right now insane. Now, you're everybody's champion for real. Go be good. Hey, man, boxer. Awesome day, my friend map on how you doing? Well, man, thank you, Pat me. It's an honor to be here. Thank you every about stuff. I love Matt man. I love with Matt's. Doing the first time. I got to meet Matt was at that event at snoops compound. That was great. Appreciate you guys coming out that day to men a lot. Oh, you know, Then. then. Well, it's a big deal us athletes, and you know, whoever can come out and tell the true story about how this plan is positively helped them I think it's important. You know, I think that's what you know. This space is missing just the educational factor. I think there's so many old stereotypes about what this is supposed to do or what this does. But in actuality, there's been you know, in you know, athletes are looked at it as cream of the crop. In radical years has been several guys that have successfully, you know, been athletes and smokers. And you haven't missed a beat and it'd been better for it. No doubt. So you can you consume cannabis during your career? I started smoking weed at fourteen I steal it from my dad's plants seeds stems it didn't matter back then..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Very healing. Henry you didn't think this is going to be with the pod was did you now not really? How expe- house thinking more of kind of like a CNN type interview. Real in. My guess catch me by you guys. Catch me by different angles left hook right hand sneak attacks. Fuck them mind ninjas. What do you think Hindi about immortality death? It won't now gray. Fifty start thinking about this shit. And it's it's scary to hear your mom kind of talk about it like the old woman. They thought talking about that. Till I kid, you know, kid, look you look fine. What's wrong? We have another fifty years that. Yeah. Happens. It's it's it's scary. Obviously, it's you don't you don't know when when your time is meant so. I mean, if I hope hope when I die. I hope it's hope is fastened quick. Sometime. How no I think that before it took the towed than some time. The toes makes you really open and willing to it wasn't hard to die. Toiling difficult dying. Powerful, the powerful, you know, this idea of immortality you've seen like vampire movies, or whatever where somebody can't die. It sounds like a curse when you really get to because if you can never die, then you're constantly just being put through watching everyone else around you. That's worth than dying, right? Dying to be glorious because life is glorious and so life can be glorious deaf wasn't glorious. You know, we have never experienced, you know, I mean really in the way that we understand it. And we could tell somebody else. What about you know, that person experience when he died? No me. No one knows where he goes just black. Everything's just black and quiet. This thing right here. Dude. It's just falling. This thing. A little bug. That's right here. Look look at this. What is the what the? The fuck is that? In balls. Swede? This weed is laced with the toad. Laced it up. I knew it. You guys got me doing today? Hindy I'm gonna be I'm gonna be doing a couple I'm gonna I'm just here all your PR mount for kind of just promotional agency. We're gonna investment people don't investment and doing some kind of sponsorships with you. Tic TAC with them. Great tif. The what wrong we would've that that have beautiful teeth? Fill my teeth. Stop. You have not looking at just the market yourself. I mean, you money now you've got marketer. So off you said that could be like I can do commercials for tick. Package. You say. That you Lacey with that tone. Gosh. He side of blame by Mike. You Sada quick. Real quick. Thank you so much for coming on give a little shout out. Let us know where can people check you? Nowhere to get you anything that. No, no. It's just my chagrin match wants more than anything. Thank you. I think into the fans. Thank you. It's it's awesome being the chatman. And it's thanks to you guys. I could see guys make possible for us, man. Oh, it's now we're hard at sometimes we can't do everything for you guys and take pictures of whatnot. But thank you guys. It's some. Shit off the rails episode, Mike. This is a good one angry as a good one. Thank you. Again. Henry appreciate you, brother. Good luck to you with everything that don't. All right chant. Bro. Carry that thing until next time. Everybody was hot box now, Mike Tyson. I'm Evan Britain. We'll see all next time. Please..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Like, I think smoking weed with such a difficult thing when I was younger because it's like auto beach like hit that. Straight up. That's the real ship. But when I get older right now, you don't wanna do. I don't want to do. So for me. I'm all about like microdosing like I just have. And I'm so that's what who am. I trying to impress grown, man. Just want to relax and eat some Cheetos and watches Tarantino movie for sure. Yeah. Tarintino your favorite director. Yeah. For sure is dope. As fuck, man. I love. Down. I'm actually working on two films right now that I wrote in him starring in dope, man. Yeah. Which I'm really excited about one of them's were you the kid in San wasn't. They kid. Clear that a snap brain. Going. Yeah. No. But I'm working on my first film is produced by Jj Abrams. Also. Bro. Shot Shaq baby is a sci-fi as we know. No, no. It's not it's just a comedy because he's using it through bad robot. So he's not drove teams. Yeah. But it's fun, man. It's like it's like a newer version of clerks clerks like Facebook super bed. What's your favorite movie? That's a hard one dude I can name. So I got club interstellar Pulp Fiction kill Bill kill bills. The reason I got here really fucking old Matthew's account for math is involved with that. Yeah. That's just wild that shit in the matrix. Oh my God. Shoot twenty years ago this year. Well, we talked to this guy who invented some artificial intelligence shit. And I'm convinced we're headed to the matrix. I think I mean, we're going to be in those pods to just getting use the machines like asleep having a life can do if you put two he appear all your quality than stuff against another rapid quality in the tear. Who's the Beth rapper really in a computer? Yeah. That's wild using a who take like millions of points of data from your whole career, your whole who you are put it into a computer computer with spit out like a virtual image. He can do the same with fighter too, right? Yeah. We talked about that. That's pretty wild. Yeah. Yeah. It's a trip to I don't know that I want to be made up in a computer. I don't fuck. Oh that man. But maybe we already are the point your phone. Oh, I know. I just saw this Orrville episode. You guys ever watched the Orrville? It's almost like Star Trek with violin. Yeah. But it's realistic and funny. Sweet. Anyway, they just did episode where like they find a phone from two thousand fifteen and upload it in the simulator. And it creates this person. And so while yeah. Okay. I'm gonna go back to tarintino, you know, about his new movie once upon a time in Hollywood hundred percent. Can't wait. First time Brad Pitt and Leo Leonardo Di Caprio in a moving pretty stoked about. It's about the Manson murders. Yes. Sharon Tate, cool yet. Do you? Remember anything that air that was before, you know, before my time. Yeah. Three old. Day. Daycare fucking the other kids at. What's your favorite movie shit? When I think about it. I like. What was that movie with? The butler. No, the Butler has the blue one of Lee Daniels the year like that one like forest Whittaker. Yeah. Like like trendless notebook. Oh, no books class. Breaking down walls time travelers wife. No time for his wife dog racing. The other fuck move this guys wife, the Noli what this you find who you are for more than happy. To get away from me. Who are I never thought? I'd be talking about romantic movies with Mike Tyson. Nobody felt that. Yes. It is. I like fun movies though, the animation hausky oh come on. The do did. I. Gurus. You know, you are the that's what they say. That's what they say to Mike. You got any other trips? Chips coming up. Listen this stuff works out. She's worked. I get a call in people from field. Fucking egypt. I I know I wanted to go to ease. Parents fucking a good time to go live..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Hey, well, you know, bro and five late squash to shake and make this appear to be cool. Yeah. Able to do that. Yeah. It was cool. But they didn't want it to squad. They have really personal stuff. I didn't want them to use me for that stuff. Right. You there the ship me away and put me somewhere. I didn't wanna leave that print. You know, that must have been incredible for you for this guy in that prison to be the guide of just bring peace that situation. Holy as he is crazy. And the guy came out of nowhere, the Mike who have no way, I know that guy. Nowhere might well. My friends too. Shit. Let's see the so so so so that's what I'm saying. See that's the mentality part man that that that is is is about you just being survivor, man. You know, what I'm saying from day one is being able to always make that transition transition. Make that adapt tation to whatever life presentiment, I should have that should deeply always affair at the at the the number one of method able to dab two situations. Yeah. They can print now though, the cool after that was made sure by got the drugs and everything I trouble and chill out by bunch of drugs. Your chil-. No trouble man 'cause they had to joke from time yet. Yeah. Like a good strategy. Great strategy to diplomatically. The smart man, that's mart. I learned not to get an argument. The God of the guys the Tyson and you put the money in my book fuck is world up. Like that. Yeah. They would they didn't care had nothing but time, and they know. Yeah. Put money in their book eat anything done over there. But I wasn't. But that's crazy. Because you think though that they were have you just like in in isolation. Like, you think that there's some? I was going to relations the middle place in the world, you lack down twenty three hours a day. And you'd think they'd let you outside to go work out. Not put a cage eight to yourself. That come outside you walk back and forth. Back. Crazy. Yeah. That's insane. Say see there's so much. There's so much power in my story, man. Just from just oughta different phases. And all the different mindsets. That one must have compass, you know, just just even survive this crazy love everybody thar sympathetic when you got fucked..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Good to have you here. It's literally a win in wear when when when he comes to Mike Tyson, my toes man, where we actually funded on out from Manhattan. Yeah. I grew up in Manhattan born and raised in Manhattan, my whole life. Grew up in the city playing ball. That was my thing plan. Oh, yes, I loved and then when I was twelve. I met my friend my best friend who's from Howard houses. I told you how my mind they would. Yeah. How that's the PAL. You learn the box. Yeah. So in one thousand nine hundred and you know, what remember was like you were probably fifteen sixteen. I used to go out the Browns. I was twelve told me all white, dude. And I'd go play ball and Howard played for the Brownsville jets Jaakko in. Jackal path. Yes. Yeah. And we'll be free was out wurley. Why was out there? I will usually is my guy wolf and those guys that new you hammer and all these guys from Howard. And but I was a kid. I was a fucking twelve. And you know, Mike knows what it was like, but I wasn't involved in. I was a kid. That's what I want to say. How did you get out because Vinnie way out the dangerous person doing? I wasn't in twelve twelve years old. And like I knew everybody in Howard. So true. Try fucking trip. When you think think about it? And this is when the trips, you know, it was crazy because at that time I remember in spring break of eighty three. I was out there playing ball my friends, and it would be gunshots. And I would literally like go sit and my friends would laugh because they were so accustomed to it. And when I look back, and you think about an American Brooklyn. The fact that little kids would be get accustomed yet in gunshots. Like, they're not. King. And so, and then I remember when you started when I started hearing your name Brownsville, Mike Tyson from Brownsville kid dynamite in Sports Illustrated in the senior on ESPN like, you know, there's so much people that came from Brownsville from the ballplayers world be free to Pearl to Jimmy Smith. So Otis Otis Wilson of the bears and this little little fucking neighborhood. And and for me being around that at that time, I was exposed to so much shit. And it's a good thing because it opened my eyes and made me realize, it's not just the east Sodom and Hatton. And so it was a dope upbring, but it was all basketball and hip, hop and chasing girls. I wasn't treatment thing to place contains. Playing gauges fucking place dangerous fucking place. But I was always looked after and shit. Because I wasn't a Gotcha. I don't care what color. They got. You got you got word, but they had me. And like motherfuckers were like, this is our guy shit. They say that you good. You win the sub Man Ray. Yeah. So that's our grew up in New York City, and all I had Hoop Dreams. I wanted to be an NBA player. I wanted to be a professional basketball player. But I my Hoop Dreams turned into. Hoop nightmares? How did you flip? That's been your relationship with hiphop hanging around guiding them Brown. Yeah. Stuff and the radio, you know, and the radio like hip, hop was, you know, my father worked at he was the general manager of w k to you disco ninety two with pock..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"She speaks to me that tone. My wife was there with me. I put my wife in such a fucking financial all we would Dayton that. She took out a loan for me that a pay back six hundred thirty six dollars a month for. Six years, and I paid it back after I got off the cocaine so by me trying to fucking get a piece of pussy. I need my wife too much. I need this little six year old girl. Too much. I did that shit. I feel my life now to the stadium. Davis should already. I got my dick sucked. And what are they get me, divorced disease? I got a thirty year old daughter that won't talk to Mike Tyson. That's my biggest fear thirty won't talk to me, Mike Tyson. My biggest fucking walk around thirty years. You won't talk to me. God knows what the mother told her whatever I'm doing now doesn't justify and you know, what at this point in the game. What would it do if we talked? They would just bring up bad memories for her and me and the mother, and you know, what my house. Dog is is all those the Dick Van Dyke show. My house is the Dick Van Dyke show. The worst thing that happens in my house is I smoked pot in my bathroom in the back or I watch narcos, and I let her watch it with me two six year old. So she rushes up on a Spanish van. I don't know what I could do without my children. They're mad that I won't stay in my life. When I finished fighting kids have good relationships may fight the mother all the time cheat on all the time. So they really never got a chance to get to know me. They got old in nineteen and a twenty minute delta finishing college. I started developing a relationship with them. And it's the best thing that ever done. I'll hate to lose that again. You know, this thing's I don't say, you know, they're real liberal real liberal. And you know, you can't say the right thing. I'd be politically correct against say the word midget some ship that again if something a fag. You can't say the thing on who I love, and I I don't care if that's that's all I have to do for her. Love me care me. I'm not gonna faint as those words unless it's the way that I can take their for like, I couldn't breathe when I wasn't having didn't have released you much. I felt like they couldn't breathe I can can give their feeling. I don't think I'm Thakur at my age. Now, I don't even know why need to be friends with my favorite. I used to just have to have them. I you know, I battle with those feelings fuck, I'm the father should be having relationship with me. I'm dad they put them on. The film the college that they want to co two the educate them to be all snooty the way they are with me. I say that sometimes, but it just doesn't work that way. You know, you gotta bow. Now from time give up. If you want to be in their lives of somebody else would be in their life. You beautiful, man. I'm happy. I came down here today. Man. We're happy to you. Can't take time. Man. You're the man brother focus off Joey. Thank you so much to really often. So awesome to have you come back. Please. Please. Do we? Thank you, brother. I feel you. Thank you for what you've done. I'm having these pockets we saw three million four million dollars. I don't fucking. No, no. I'm just find this stuff out. What's your pod called again? Joey shirts you what's happening now. Yes. The churches what's happening generates on fucking net. Flicks. You know, I'm out there brother again, it's a it's a series. They did it Netflix. Hopefully, they'll do it again. That'd be a part of something negative. You can ask out here. Yeah. That places kicking fucking. Thanks, brother. Thank you and good luck to everybody here. Much lung to brother. Thank you. Lots of love you. Thanks. Thank you. All right. Everybody might great show man, man. Thank you. Edmund awesome guests that we had here. And also, look can I say, this is another conclusion of how Bachman I Mike Tyson. I'm Evan Britain. I'm Joey deers, and we're out stay black piece.
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"No matter what happened in your life. You get a lot of love despite the color where you from what happened people love you meant. I just went out for the Saudi on night. Wanna be real? Boy, they're yeah. We had a good dog. It was the best day of my life. Mike Tyson was so fucking what you're doing right now. I mean as Mitch tremendous, man. Oh man here. We are another episode. Evan Britain and Mike Tyson the day, we have a special guests man, a New Yorker, man. One percent, Tom Joey DEA talked to what's happening. Joey the chat Mike Tyson straight from Cuba to five west ADA street and fuck and points beyond the Nanai ended up in north Bergen New Jersey, and because my mother had a bond union city, but. Jersey city. Yeah. No, J Mukasa. Nah. I ring fad Jim near nah, sitting all by journal square. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I used to go to judge city. Hang out. I went to Bob Hurley's basketball camp when I was a little kid who's a coach it, you know, there's two kids play Duke, and he had a basketball camp there, and I used to go to movie to there, and I got stabbed. Yeah. Gonna have the real crime yesterday neighbor. Richard panik the real bad neighborhood. Richard Pryor live on the sunset strip. And I got high smoking pot with my friends and some dude cut me loose sweat shirts. So fuck dude tremendous. It's great to be with you was on buddy Great. amount. You know, Mike, and I have a lot of similarities we both lost our mothers at the age of sixteen. We both got locked up. Then it's buffet get which I I've been spark in Bronx kid was sponsored avenue. You know, man is juvenile like, no, no, no, no, no. I was good as juvie that was my shit. I was good as a Jew because you and I had something else in common. We got saved by an Italian, man. Yeah. Okay. When I moved to New Jersey the neighborhood man was calm. My bows Zanele got arrested. So he took me into his house. Even though I was Cuban he had four sons and one of the sons died and I kinda replaced him. So whatever the sons got I got I gives you a different type of. And it was the seventies. Ain't those in those speaking no black do going to walk into an is out. But they didn't look at it like that we got saved by somebody Italian. That's we have so many similarities, you know, you're from Brownsville in my. Earliest from the Bronx from off the avid year, Arthur avenue and still fucking ticketed shape, represented talian mother pockets, though, the last American slices and not the avenue now everybody knows that in this country, but those shouldn't Italian name. It's just a pleasure to be with somebody who this, you know, might Thyssen. Was the king of New York? You know, that is to be the king of New York walk the walk talk. The talk the king of New York. Thank you, brother. I he got thrown by Tony soprano. You know, what I'm saying it just I met him once. Yeah. Yeah. I'm james. And what was the guy Fame's Gandolfini gave him one? Was he the very decent, man. It'd be nice, man. Well, we're no war. And then he said when would that movie, I wouldn't have move? He didn't even feed hanging over. No value that movie out road. So funny. That's classic actor just so deep in your that was just lifting. He left us all too soon. Yeah. Yeah. Definite. They all do they all do, you know, we don't get to say the bias something you always feel bad. You know? Yeah. But back to Mike. No, I've been fanciest day one. The first time I saw Heathrow. In fact, I gotta talk to you about something. You'll meet two hundred fifty dollars from July of eighty seven because I bought an eight ball..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"So happening if getting a tweet to my hey, fucking danton. Buck naked dance knuckle. They say the file. All of the mighty happiness up. They'll not take it. They can turn allies in the fuck themselves out. You know, I I know how to take it though, I've been very very patient because I understand a lot of painful painful study mad. They wanna get it straight at. It's painful stuff. I know that because I said nasty things for people and people said nasty after the way life should be. And then when I found out about forgiveness and happiness and accepting who you are giving yourself shouldn't have to that was all bullshit. I who shade. He then love you. You You know, know? I'm sorry. I fit those thing if I'm nasty little things were. Well, and he's never ended that stuff gets don't get started. It's a toilet about growing up. You know, it's hard to grow up people keep staying drama, and if they're not relevant is in that drama in relevant cabbie drama. Can't be anything. Intellectual. Can't be anything fo for gotta be drama drama in nothing don't exist. I feel so blessed Terry, I get to hear my talk. Like, this all the time this crazy. I man I'm about to go out here and do some special right? Handouts and flowers if people right now, you know, inspires light, man. This is the toughest man in the world. You talking to the novelist minute. I'm not hard to be out there. It'd be blackening the big men predator new the quantify target targeting big buck Buckeye guy out there and get a job, man. They're 'fraidy. You know, you get the stereotype on you. Great episode, Mike. Thank you, Terry. You're the bad everything about this is beautiful. Tell everybody I'm Evan Britain. That's Mike Tyson. Terry crews awesome. Thank you, Terry. We'll see guys next time..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Right now, all your mic. I can tell you're saying, but right now all EA's passes. They only do things that they're told to do what if you? Uh-huh. Hey, I'm Mike Tyson and where at hot boxing today and Evan has a really important kit today. Neil tons about. This discovery of Fisher turn that you tell it pretty old. It's been around for eight years. We heard about. Well, it's been probably around for a few decades. But yeah, they've been working on since the nineteen fifties. It's just that. Technology's finally got to give it a people something non on are trying to free people up to do more important work, right? What the doctor doesn't have to treat. The common cold could focus on working on a cure for cancer. All right interesting. What do you think of what the Evan? I'm very skeptical of AI, man. But I understand it. You know, I understand will actually don't understand it. So how did you get here? Why why are we talking to you today? Totally by accident of it. Of course, are you from where I'm originally from New York. Yeah. Did you get involved in? I was working IBM in the magic insulting arm and developed a set of patents and talking about could machines learn because you certain things and there was a research project on called Watson that could you build a machine that could play jeopardy, right? So could understand what people are trying to say, an interact and active. It's human it's human. And as a result of some of the things that I've done I got involved very early into the project, and you know, we had the jeopardy challenge these things, and I was one of the people who was advocating to build what we call a Watson ecosystem where let's let anybody use technology them bring their expertise and solve problems..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"I followed your whole career superfan of of the iron one. You know what I'm saying? Thank you very much in your movie. I recognize something that you you said in your movie and shit that I was I was tripping out off of because I saw that in the Bruce Seldon fight, you, you know, you're talking about how like when you go into the ring the dudes already beat. He's already beat you already got him. And then when you go into the ring, you looked at him, and in that moment, you are a new the fight was over used you you you were speaking to something like that. It was all psychological, and you did have them be. And you weren't talk. Talking about Bruce Seldon in that fight. It was just a generalization. How you approached every fight? I think in the in the movie, right? But when I was watching it because I was at the Selden fire. I was there. Yeah. And. You know, I had been watching him come up, and he's pretty good fighter. You know, what I'm saying is knocking guys out what not yet some pretty good fights. But the minute he got in the ring he fan Boyd out not me. He was like oh shit. I'm in the fucking ring with Mike Tyson, a kind of panic he panicked. He panicked in in in. You know? You had him beat before he got into the ring you had him beat in. Because once you guys looked at each other. He he realized he was fighting his idol right there. I had I had a teacher if he were strong influence intimidation. I didn't understand them. I was so insecure too shy. And he has got me to become this kind of monks ter- kinda guy comes with time and talking plan things on mining which is wild experience. Yeah. It was crazy to see like after I saw your movie and then remembering that fight. I was like fuck. Yeah. I saw that happen. And now, I get paid from people..
"tyson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Take Kazan, man. Ever seen? Really? Yep. Yeah. That's right. How did he live? Ilya was in his eighties put sharp he got caught up in the McCartney and attractive. And I heard that name for many about him McCartney bites. He got blackballed from Holly. Welcome. Everybody to another episode of hot box with Mike Tyson. I'm Evan Britain. Mike, tighten my. Yes. How are you brother? Pretty awesome today. We have really cool cool gas. Mickey Rourke Maki, welcome. Thank you very much. Really nice to be seen Mike in, you know, quite a long time. It's awesome show. Hang on Monaco together. I remember. Cody drink it of magnum issue with no shirts on. Yeah. Also, I remember that. Yeah. And we've also got our brother Chuck Zito in the house. You'll yo Mike Evin back about. Shook did you get did you convince Mickey to come in? Convince my asked him you say, you love through many awesome, Mike and while and it's great now. Almost a great podcast. I haven't she makes it we were Monaco and very funny story. I think very few people know about over here, but Mike, and I had to present in a word to someone. Right. A music award. I don't want to say the guy's name because I don't like to do. Anyway, we had to present an award to somebody, and they had the lines on a monitor and Mike, and I had to read the lines off the monitor now earlier in the day. They gave us both the set alight. So we just took off his motorcycle somewhere disappeared all day. So we we went over the lines for like ten seconds here that we get to the show, and we're doing the lines. And of a sudden, I can't read the lines. Mike kit, say the lies and Mike says your line. I know Mike, that's your. It was just. He's a really great dancer. What year was that? I don't. Well, known each other longtime a long time when. Paulie herman. Yeah. Paulie be back in the day. Cool, man. So the back over twenty five years. That's awesome. I remember I did I was foolish enough to say I'll do an exhibition against guy was a former light heavyweight champion. I never sparked headgear on. Why did you do that mic? I never I never headgear. Because Jerry, Corey never sparred with gear who was like somebody. I always looked up to you know, because he was the only white fighter that could fight, you know, and it was like I never were gears the night that we did after noon it we did the exhibition against world champion Thomas St. Thomas St. right, Frank thank freight tape. Bill Satan's putting irises so Bill Satan's putting headgear I go Bill. I can't wear. He's going you. Gotta wear it for this. And I just got the piss boxed out who me, and I could hear the audience for you know, three or four rounds come on Miki, Mike Mike out there. Route way on you know, and it was like, that's awesome. Yeah. Yeah. It was it was. Wasn't a good day for me the guy with the picking of McCain. Now. Now, what happened was he caught me with a good punch? So I faked like I was hurt. And then he east that back then I came over with a right? And he gave me a he gave me a school. And after that, it frac- at the time was very great fighter. You know? Yeah. No doubt mean history of ERI. Underrated. You know name that you don't hear a lot. Yeah. He could he could go. Absolutely. Well, I mean as prolific as you are as an actor boxing is really your your heart. Man. Right. You know, people asked me that question..