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July 8, 2024 68 mins

Bobby discusses a few hobbies he picked up over the holiday break after his vacation was cancelled late, and his latest winnings on Caitlin Clark's triple double, along with a new card Reid mistakenly posted on eBay. Plus, the guys discuss the best father-son sports duos of all time, and Eddie is still in his boot, so he gives the latest update as they're set to travel to Arizona for Too Much Access this week. 


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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Chick and chick.

Speaker 2 (00:03):
Yelling sports.

Speaker 1 (00:06):
We can do football football. Yeah, that's kind of where
we are now, right, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 3 (00:16):
Podcast, come twenty five way tucking football.

Speaker 1 (00:22):
It's already in there.

Speaker 4 (00:23):
I forgot that was the original.

Speaker 1 (00:24):
Leave all that, even leaving the part where I said
we're gonna do football, hold on already a crap out
of guy. The original had football already.

Speaker 4 (00:36):
About to say.

Speaker 1 (00:37):
I was like the syllables a little off. I didn't
know I know who was going to do it. Read Okay,
hello everybody, we're back from vacation. Oh man, Well there's
a gap because we yell sports and I said, hey,
let's just do play the football. One we've never yelled football.

Speaker 4 (00:57):
You said let's just do football.

Speaker 1 (00:58):
You didn't say play the football, let's just do football.
So Mike hit it and none of us yelled football.
I think I guess we all knew. Yeah, so we're
gonna play it again. All good? Read all right, okay,
go ahead. This is a podcast called twenty.

Speaker 3 (01:18):
Five Wists Stuck and fun ball and they whizz so yeah,
it's too bad.

Speaker 1 (01:23):
Fun What did you expect?

Speaker 3 (01:25):
It's a podcast called twenty five whistline.

Speaker 1 (01:30):
Hey we're back, Thank you, ed. It is a really
good episode that we did last week with Jeff Pearlman.
Told some great stories. He's been a big time writer
of books for sports illustrated a lot of things, a
lot of great stories. Go check out that episode or
just that interview if you'd like. It's really one of
the most fun things. That one of the most fun
interviews that I've been able to do on this show,

aside from like somebody super famous, like geeking out over
the fame.

Speaker 3 (01:54):
And impressive how much he knew about just random sports thing.

Speaker 1 (01:57):
Yeah, I do want to say this. We started with
read Let's just start free. So went to the card
shop yesterday and so I went to pick up some cards,
some cards that's en up to be graded from PSA.
So it's a drop off spot called Nashcards to drop
them off and a month later they show up. You
pay like twenty bucks a card to get graded. Boom.

I never buy cards at the card shop because I
know there's a big markup. Most of the stuff that
I have I'm just grading myself. I'm trying to sell.
I saw Caitlin clark autographed card at the card shop
and I said, hey, how much of that one and
they said four fifty. So they pulled the card out,
had a little tag on it, like a tag like
at a yard sale you do a little gun.

Speaker 3 (02:39):
Yeah, the old school text was going.

Speaker 1 (02:41):
It said four hundred and fifty dollars on it. So
I bought it and thinking I have it, but there's
no way this will only go for four fifty on eBay.
I'm gonna flip this one, and I'm not somebody's trying
to flip cards. I sell some on eBay, but my
goal is not to have to buy a look to
flip to make a profit. But this card, I know

is gonna make money. So it's like a Miant nine
twenty twenty three bowmen. Caitlyn Clark auto. There's really no
autos that she has. It goes under like six fifty
seven hundred bucks. So I was like, dang, card shop
messed up. So I got it. I give it to
read and I say, hey, Kaitlyn Clark. This same day,
she just had the first ever rookie triple double in

the WNBA. She should win Rookie of the Year, which,
by the way, I've been talking about kayl Clark way before.
It was cool talking about Kylen Clark. That's all. I
admit that that's true. Okay, So I said, read, take
this and post it. Because Reid runs the eBay and
we have a deal where I don't eat and't just
do it for free. I get your cards. I cut
him in on it. So I'm driving in back from

where were we you went to eat dinner? Right? Did
I give you the cards here at the house after pickleball? Yeah?
Got it. So we're playing pickleball over here. Read the cards,
have a day man set them up, get them up immediately.
I go to the eBay page and Reid puts the
card up, but he leaves a four hundred and fifty

dollars tag on it. I was in the best parking
lot and I was trying to get up as fast
as possible, and that completely slipped my mind. I had
never seen that. No, Yeah, front and center. It wasn't
like something you look, is that a tag? No? No?
I screenshot it because I disbelief. And it wasn't like
Reid could miss it. Look here's the card. Yeah there,

and the price tags has four hundred and fifty dollars.
I seen that before. Yes, so they know how much
I paid for the card. Now. Luckily nobody had been
on it yet because any views, any views on it.
There were some views, but no bids, probably because I
was asking for four to fifty. I like to start
the auction, and so I'm like, Read. I sent him

a voicemail for driving pull that down, get a new
picture up.

Speaker 2 (04:58):
I was in Kroger and I ran outside fix it.

Speaker 1 (05:00):
And he sent me a message back football football. So
we did that yesterday. There there's four days and two
hours left. It a five day auction, and there's a
bid now for four to fifty. We took it down,
so I know it's at least gonna break even with
four days left. I bet this thing gets to six
fifty seven hundred bucks. Get it hot. Yeah. But my

favorite is read posting it with the price tag for
what I paid for it.

Speaker 3 (05:26):
I never seen that. And my kids, my kids do
this every day. They got their card business. I don't
think anyone has even thought about doing that.

Speaker 1 (05:33):
Read, Well, it was on it at the card shop.
He just didn't take it off. Kids don't have a pricer.

Speaker 3 (05:38):
No, they do have some cards that you're right though.
They've they've gone to the card shop and bought cards
where I was like, fifteen bucks and you look up
online it's like two dollars.

Speaker 1 (05:46):
Dang, the card shop's there to get you. It's a
it's a place, and every kid's like, Kobe, I'll buy it.
Only we've been playing a lot of pickleball here over
the break saw.

Speaker 3 (05:56):
That's how you turn the lights on.

Speaker 1 (05:57):
Yeah we did. We haven't played under the line. It's
officially like dark time pickleball, but we did turn them
on for the first time. My wife got sick. We
were not able to leave and go on vacation, so
we just stayed home the whole time. We got to
the airport, checked our bags. We're at the gate, I know,
and we were going to Europe and she got sick,
and so we're like what do we do? So I

was like, you don't need to fly for ten hours
end up in a freaking European hospital where nobody speaks English,
and so we just stayed home. We got most of
our flight money back, other than a thousand bucks. We
still haven't been giving our money back from hotels or anything. Really, Yeah,
it's a lot. We're hoping what on I know, we're

really crossing our fingers, but I would rather have that
happen than her get sick over there and one be
miserable and then we're out all the money, including flights
and everything, and then didn't get to enjoy it, and
then she stuck in a hospital. So she's slowly been
balancing back, like day by day, and she's pretty about
ninety percent now. But we've been playing a lot of
pickaball her and I've been playing playing. Read's roommate came

over Dawson. Yeah, Dawson who played, And so I got
Cols on my feet ankles hurt, but Caitlyn and I
dominated reading. Dawson dominantly. Yeah, Canls's good calls an athlete
is read good?

Speaker 3 (07:13):
I haven't seen him play. I guess I've seen clips online,
but I really haven't seen him play.

Speaker 1 (07:17):
In like twenty minutes, I got fifty percent better, So
what does that mean? He's not good? He's not good
at all. Here's the thing about Reid. Certain things he's
quite the athlete, Like certain athletic things that need hand
eye coordination skills he can do. He can throw a knuckleball,
yeah he can. He can throw a baseball really well.

Speaker 3 (07:36):
He's got a good jump shot.

Speaker 1 (07:37):
He can shoot a basketball golf swing, decent golf swing,
that's right. But when it comes like running, he's like
a giraffe or swear or yeah, he's like a big
giraffe with like goofy legs, he says, my roommate, he
texted me, my roommate, he's got a that's how we
texted you. He's got a paddle, and he's actually pretty good.

If you want him to come play a great more
people do better. And so, like an hour before we
had scheduled to play, he texted me again, Hey, I
was wrong. He's never played and he doesn't have a
paddle all of it. And his name is not Dawson
the state. And so I was like, come over anyway,

Dawson is pretty good, Okay, nice, I think he. I
think we beat him yesterday in the one game they played,
but I I think he got it quicker than re did.
We just played a little more. He also played tennis, though, okay,
well you played baseball.

Speaker 3 (08:34):
Yeah, but tennis and pickleba are a little more similar. Yeah,
Like if you play tennis player, you're probably gonna be
a decent pickleball player.

Speaker 1 (08:42):
My thing was judgment, like judging life or everything but
like judging, you know, whether to be back or before.

Speaker 2 (08:51):
But I figured it out.

Speaker 1 (08:52):
Yeah, no, he didn't figure it out. He got we
finished the game. He's again, Caitlin and I pounded him
in his roommate and then we played them again, pounded
him again, and then Read's like, I'm a lot better.
Will you give me one more game? Now? I love Read.
I would consider giving my kidney. Oh, even though he's leaving.

I know that's a problem. That's why I considered ok good.
And we've been playing for like two hours. I was like, yeah,
i'll play. He goes because I'm a lot better. I'm
fifty percent better. And that beat him like five to one.
It was over like ten seconds, over in like ten seconds.
So it's fun. So just a lot of pickleball for you.
Some pickleball, man, it's hot.

Speaker 4 (09:31):
Just clued pretty good.

Speaker 1 (09:32):
Yeah, you're playing him right, man. He looks like he's moving,
so he is. He's the next best one. Okay. I
think we probably played like thirteen matches. I think he
beat me one match and then I put it on
pretty good and then I was like, okay, you get
me play now. But he's good. He's a good athlete,
So he picked it up pretty quick. Pickleball is crazy
because the floor is actually pretty high. Like, you can

be an okay athlete and get pretty okay at pickleball
pretty quick. Meaning where golf, he can be a good athlete.
You can go play golf twenty two times and be
like man, I still. Yeah, if you're a pretty decent athlete,
or you have decent hand eye coordination, you can be
pretty good at pickleball pretty quick. It's good to really
good is where the ceiling's high. The floor is high.

The ceilings are really high. So the guys, if I
if I've played against somebody, that's good. It's like night
and day. But we have been playing a lot of pickleball.
I thought Eddie came from vacation and brought me a bag,
like gift bag. He showed up with his bag to
my house. I was like, well, that's nice. He had
like a ace of spade on that. I don't know
what he brought me. No, he brought cards that I

give his kids that he sells on eBay from the
cards I give him, and he brought over and he
also prints the labels out here too to sell them. Yeah,
I mean that.

Speaker 3 (10:49):
Part of the business. You're the investor. You've got some
of the equipment. That's what we're gonna use.

Speaker 1 (10:54):
I have. I'm not the investor, are you talking about?
You get ten percent, but I give them the cards.

Speaker 3 (10:58):
Yeah, yea yeah, yeah, it's been you know, part of
your business.

Speaker 1 (11:01):
You have money, Uh there's money paid.

Speaker 3 (11:03):
Me yet that well, we haven't cashed out.

Speaker 1 (11:04):
All the money's in the eBay bank. It goes into
your checking account.

Speaker 3 (11:09):
Yeah, but I haven't done that with them yet.

Speaker 5 (11:10):
Do You haven't like storage somewhere like set apart, like
you know what, it's gone.

Speaker 3 (11:15):
It's gone into my account because like you said, it
automatically goes into my account. But I mean I haven't
tallied it all up for them.

Speaker 1 (11:21):
I don't money other banking stuff over but eBay tells
you list everything. No, it gives you a solid number
one number.

Speaker 3 (11:28):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, it gives you that's that's all numbers.

Speaker 1 (11:31):
Good. It gives you a full number for ninety days.
After ninety days, it starts to goes. So if it's
one hundred days, that day number one is like the
one hundred days. The first ten days don't count anymore.
Is that ninety Oh? No, it's still the original number.
It is because you haven't done it over ninety days yet.
What is your number? Three hundred so to ninety eight?
So you owe me twenty nine bucks? Well, well I

don't owe you anything. The boys owe you. Yeah, but
they're trying to do bull crap where it's like, yeah,
but we need to eBay fees. No no, no, yeah, man,
those I get gross. I get paid gross. How they
do it in shark tank. I get paid gross. It's
not a profit share. I give them all the material
they have to do nothing to put except the labor in.

Speaker 4 (12:11):
Yeah, that's pretty good deal.

Speaker 1 (12:12):
Yeah, it's it's the greatest deal out.

Speaker 4 (12:14):
Literally, it's like handed to you on it.

Speaker 3 (12:16):
Well, they're ten years old, guys, what do you want
any what do you want to do? They know that
they are they've learned gross, they've earned, they've learned that
they know all about this stuff.

Speaker 1 (12:25):
Do you know their most expensive card.

Speaker 3 (12:27):
They've probably I think they sold man that Dak Prescott one.

Speaker 1 (12:31):
Which had a bad grade. But it was like a
honeycomb yellow as a honeycomb gold and black. You gotta
one up me and say gold beaut it. You just
have to show well, that's what it says. Now, I know,
but you just have to can let that go.

Speaker 3 (12:42):
That's what it said on the grade. So I think
that was probab that probably went for like twenty two bucks. Really, yeah,
two bucks was pretty good, dude. So it's for a
car that didn't.

Speaker 1 (12:50):
Buy two dollars and twenty cents ten percent from me.
I did just to finish the Caitlin Clark talk because
I made a bunch of notes. I did make a
couple of bets on her. When she hit the triple double,
I put her at over two and a half three pointers.
Made bet one hundred bucks on that a one, and
then I bet Caitlin Clark over fifteen and a half.

I bet five hundred on that hit for nine thirty four.
So that's pretty good. And the Fever won. They beat
the Liberty, who are really good.

Speaker 3 (13:19):
Is that a game or like an important game that's
just a regular.

Speaker 1 (13:21):
Import to them? Yeah, yeah, yeah, it's important to them.

Speaker 3 (13:24):
But yeah, so they're not like near playoffs.

Speaker 1 (13:27):
They're about to take a break for the Olympics and
then yeah, but like they should be a little even
with the NBA, they're not because the aren't near as many
teams and they can't really jump.

Speaker 3 (13:37):
So where are they? So they're mid season? They can't jump.
Also breaks like they can't their verts not not much.

Speaker 1 (13:44):
I'm gonna tell you what separates the WNB. Only a shooting.
I like to watch shit with shooters. But people are like, yeah,
it's such a It's like watching JV boys versus the
high school boys. Sure, only she want to come to
like speed of the game, the jumping that the shooting

is what is a bit different. But man, when they miss,
name is bad. I like to watch. That's why Caitlyn
Clark has been so different because she does something. She
does an air ball. I saw an air ball one
she crossed the girl over, the girl fell down, the
broker ankles bad. That's good. Then air ball and they
both laughed because they both got a mar It's so funny.

Speaker 3 (14:28):
But that's funny they laugh though they'll never laugh in
the NBA.

Speaker 1 (14:31):
The thing about they both think they both look stupid. Uh.
The shooting is the only thing that can separate and
differentiate because they're not gonna run faster, They're not gonna
dunk more about the layups they miss, they do reverse laps.
Are they there? You know, there's a lot of misses,
even layups like angel Reads misses most and she's solid,
but she misses a lot of shots. But the shooting,

that's why she's transcendent. It's not because she's white. It's
not because she went to Iowa. It's because she shoots
for free and half court. It doesn't matter who does that.
That's that's why it's so. But yeah, it gets tough
to watch. I can't really watch any other games of
can't clock's not playing. It's hard, it's hard, it's slow. Yeah,
it's hard.

Speaker 3 (15:11):
You try to watch com I tried.

Speaker 4 (15:13):
I watched the last like two minutes.

Speaker 1 (15:14):
That coach for the Fever. I'm gonna speak out of
out of my look this up because I don't know
what I'm talking about. I don't think the feverhead basketball
coach has had any other head coaching job ever. Wow,
she kind of is not that good of a coach.
I think it's her first head coaching job. She's JJ Reddick,
except without the I don't know many years. Awesome player, yes,

being a great player, I'm not sure she's playing the WNBA,
but being an analyst, being someone that people respect as
a great commentator on the game, podcaster, et cetera. The
JJ Reddick stuff's crazy to me because everyone's like, who's
just a podcast? Okay, look, yeah, was he killing it
on a multimedia platform show? Yeah? But you know why

I was killing it because he was so good and
that he was able to take really technically difficult things
for us to understand, but breaking it down so we
could actually understand it. And he's done it at the
highest level, so he's not It's not like Eddie's doing
a podcast to gets to coach Lakers.

Speaker 3 (16:09):
Yeah, and uh, Jason Kidd too, Like he was there too.

Speaker 1 (16:13):
Jason Kidd was one of the best point guards ever
in the history of the world.

Speaker 3 (16:16):
They never coached before Steve nash When did he coach
Brooklyn for a minute?

Speaker 1 (16:21):
He did, But I will say Reddick wasn't the player
that nash Er Kid was. However, JJ Reddick is so
good at knowing basketball that he can take it, break
it down, and make us feel like we're smart because
we understand the elementary things he's sharing with us. So
whenever they're like, man, he's just a podcaster to a coach,

that's some bull crap. I mean, it's true. But that's
some bull crap. It's a fact. But he only got
to be a big podcaster because he was a great player.
He was a very cerebral player. He actually changed his
image probably better than like a Rod did some good work,
but also a Rod still do she Reddick was hated
in college.

Speaker 5 (17:04):
And even in early NBA days. He wasn't very good.
Like you didn't think he was gonna be lasting fifteen
years whatever he played.

Speaker 1 (17:10):
Correct, he lasted a long time. You're right. I bought
two Reddick autographs today auto cards in the shop eBay,
one for like twelve bucks and one for like sixty
Does card value go with stocks? Really?

Speaker 3 (17:24):
So like, since he's in the news now, that card's
going to go up.

Speaker 1 (17:26):
He's a good coach. If he ends up being a
good coach, it'll go up tremendous.

Speaker 4 (17:30):
Are his Duke cards higher than the NBA?

Speaker 1 (17:33):
I don't know, Mike, give me some info on the
fever coach.

Speaker 2 (17:36):
Yeah, she was hired in twenty twenty two, her first
head coaching job. She was an assistant head coach before,
so she.

Speaker 3 (17:41):
Was assistant coach, was coaching, but she was never had
a head coach and a head coaching job.

Speaker 1 (17:45):
Yeah. Yeah. J J. Reddick was like fourth grade volunteer.

Speaker 4 (17:49):
Yeah, I think I won the championship.

Speaker 1 (17:51):
Yeah, we can do it.

Speaker 3 (17:52):
We weren't close to the championship ring and we don't
know Lebron think we won one game.

Speaker 1 (17:56):
Yeah, I don't feel Let me tell you something I've
been putting stuff to. I've been putting chopsticks. I've been
putting stuff together this whole trip. Like I put together
a white rack over there, dude, and then I put
together a pickleball. It's like a carry a holder that
has legs fall down. You can leave it on the
court and it's called the pickleball. Caddy? Was that balls

in there? And got balls in there? The thing that
I've I'm actually pretty good at it. Like I'm not
mister hands on this part of my life. I just
hire somebody to do it. For the most part, what
I found out pretty good at is building something and
there's still being parts left over in it. Dude. That's everyone.
Do you see that screw And you're like huh?

Speaker 3 (18:34):
And I tell my wife all the time, like no,
they throw those in there.

Speaker 1 (18:37):
Just as I've been convincing myself with that this pickleball
caddy that I bought. This is the directions. It's one page.
It gives you nothing really, but there's only like nine parts.
And I have somehow two sticks, some wheels, oh boy,
those wheels looking forwardant a couple thingies. Yeah, those things

for sure need to go somewhere, and I feel like
these four screws probably should go somewhere.

Speaker 3 (19:03):
You're gonna be pushing the caddy around and balls are
falling out, like, well, there you go, that's where that goes.

Speaker 1 (19:08):
But standing up pretty good right now. And so I
did this one. I don't know, just throw the stuff away.
It's just extra right.

Speaker 3 (19:14):
I never throw it away. I leave it in my toolbox,
but that just ends up being it's still there. From like, yes,
I built a barbell, like a dumbbell barbell, dumbbell, dumb
bell rack for like curls for any of the weight
the free weights, okay, and so oh yeah, because they

have a rack in there.

Speaker 1 (19:37):
There's a rack. We've moved into this place and we
just sort of laying on the ground and we were
gonna like build it out and design it. And the
gyp's pretty nice.

Speaker 3 (19:43):
Like a rack for weights seems really important.

Speaker 1 (19:45):
I got I got like four extra parts over it there.
What I mean, Yeah, you don't want that thing falling
right now, and that's why there are no weights on
it right now. But there are like four extra parts.
And my wife and I were working out over there
because I have a rower now and I'm rowing, and
she's like stretching on the path. She's like, why are
all these pieces of metal here? I was like, those
are the extras from the that weight. She was, I

don't think they're supposed to be extras. I'm like, yeah,
of course, if one breaks, you have extra you don't know.
She was like, why aren't there any weights on there?
I was like, because I.

Speaker 3 (20:12):
Don't know where the extras go, That's exactly why.

Speaker 1 (20:16):
So during the break, Oh boy, that's what I've been doing,
putting a lot of stuff together. But I have enough
pieces from the things I've put together that I didn't
use to build something new and fresh. I'm not quite
sure legs. Yeah, no, no, I can build something new
and fresh. I'm not sure what's.

Speaker 4 (20:29):
Gonna be, like a combination of it all.

Speaker 3 (20:31):
Yeah, but that's what I have here, but I just
throw it away. Good for you, man, that's awesome that
you're doing that. You're starting to try new things at
your young age. Hey, you also are making burgers.

Speaker 1 (20:43):
Oh yeah, A girled a lot. Yeah, hey, raid we
clipped that part about that already know. Thank you girled
a lot. I'd like to, you know, think my Lord
and Savior of grilling Eddie taught you a few things,
giving me, Yeah, giving me the tips usually I have
tie you had just turned. Yeah. Mostly it's like how
to light the pilot. It's out like that.

Speaker 4 (21:06):
But I'll burn your hairs on your on your face,
your hands.

Speaker 5 (21:09):
Yeah, did you do that? No, but it's definitely possible.
It sounds like I've done it.

Speaker 1 (21:13):
One. It sounds like you've done that, because I've never
heard of that.

Speaker 4 (21:16):
You've never heard like your eyebrows getting No, just how
did that happen? Because you're like turning on and you're
looking in and he turned.

Speaker 5 (21:23):
It, yeah, and it just turns on and all of
a sudden You're like, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (21:29):
If I like the smell of that, then you can
look in the mirror.

Speaker 1 (21:31):
You're like, I've never done that.

Speaker 4 (21:33):
A couple of eyelashes, eyebrows that smell back.

Speaker 1 (21:35):
Burnt hair does smell back like I burned the hair
on my head before. What were you doing? Why are
you guys burning your hair? I don't know, it's not
a long time. I don't remember why, but yeah, grilled.
And so we bought some Wago states off the internet
and sounds shady, No, shady's the trucks. The trucks will

come by. We shed to buy my all time aout
the trucks cheap, yeah, and then they fall apart. Not
the Swan trucks. Remember those ridge people use those? Remember Swan?
Do you guys ever have Swan? Yeah? Swan, Yeah, that's it.

Speaker 3 (22:08):
It was like a big yellow truck and it had
ice cream, frozen steak. Rich people it never.

Speaker 1 (22:13):
Mind out have it now if it came by. Yeah,
Like I freaking hate rich people. But we ordered something.
She's like, this is a good So they came in.
They were awesome, cooked them. The good thing about these
Wagoo proof it's Wagoo right, And I don't even know
Wago was massage meat. Yeah, the cows get massages. But
I need to see like a letter of authenticity for

the wagon video, yeah, or a video of authenticity on
a time lapse, because anybody can massage a cow for
like ten seconds. So that's why I don't believe the Wagoo.

Speaker 2 (22:45):
Don't they like play them classical music or something, read
them poetry.

Speaker 1 (22:48):
I think there's some situations where they do play music.
They do rich people before they kill them, Like what
do you mean? Yeah, it's a happy life until oh
my gosh. But we had Wagoo steaks and it's only
three minutes on each side, so rare. Nope, I don't
like rare. You don't like blood. I'll cook the f
out of any meat and drown it. That's true.

Speaker 3 (23:09):
I have been to dinner with you where you say,
like I want it well done.

Speaker 1 (23:11):
They're like, are you a a one? They're like no, no,
but we're known for a one. Now you heard me?
You heard me. Sometimes they will be embarrassed to bring
me a one, or I will be embarrassed to ask.
Depending on the place I will still ask. I'll ask
it on my breath. Or if they are like, we
can't bring a bottle out, they will go and put
in it like a fancy jar, pour.

Speaker 3 (23:32):
It in and bring me a little like not the
brown bottle.

Speaker 1 (23:35):
No't, they won't do that, but girled like three or
four times?

Speaker 5 (23:40):
Do you use the thermometer, eddie us you who use the thermometer,
people that burn the freaking I loser.

Speaker 1 (23:49):
You know anything, you know when it's done. You know
when it's done. Okay.

Speaker 3 (23:53):
My dad taught me with beers, like you'll be ready
in three beers. Watch this, you drink three beers, it's ready.

Speaker 1 (24:00):
I don't know much about soccer, but I did watch
the United States get beat twice. They suck, We suck.
They're terrible. They're terrible. How do we suck so bad?
We got beat by Uruguay? They say it with an accent,
even like the American It's always weird when somebody that's
super American and white and Midwest throws in the extra accent.

Although I'm sure that's how you say, that's how you
pronounce I know. But when like Rod Johnson, the commentator,
from my eye, I was like, but everything else is
not accented. You respect the country, I hear you. It
just feels funny when he's like, what a great game
today between the United States of America and something in
your throat. I get it. Respect. How do you guys

say Chile? Well? Normal, uneducated like how you say it? Yeah,
I'm telling you.

Speaker 3 (24:53):
You're a normal, uneducated white person.

Speaker 1 (24:54):
Yes, I like culture and countries. You say Chile. That's
what my wife said. What is she though? Normal? The
normal white person uneducated as well, like traveling the world culturally.
If you're going to a bunch of countries, I'm sure
you're saying a bunch of countries, right. I've never been
to Chili, So why would I say.

Speaker 4 (25:11):
Yeah, Chili, Chili? No Chile? Yeah, I don't know, yeah, Chile.

Speaker 1 (25:16):
I will say whatever the commentator says, as long as
there's not too much of an accent, I don't sound.

Speaker 4 (25:20):
Foolish or a nice tongue.

Speaker 1 (25:21):
Rule. The one that gets me is Aina, No, what
is Akentina? Aina? They do MESSI does? I think you're
But you're right. That's Argentina. They had the soccer the
World Cup the last time in a country in Brazil, Brazil.
We all know that one.

Speaker 3 (25:43):
Where was Oh that was in Saudi Saudi Arabia.

Speaker 1 (25:46):
No, but it's in the Middle East, but not Saudi Arabia. Mm. Yeah,
you're right, because it was weird. Man. Well, there were
two ways to say it.

Speaker 4 (25:55):
In guitar.

Speaker 1 (25:56):
That's it cut f so but people fought by the
cutter a guitar and they're like, we live here, it's
cutter whatever they say. Someone's like, no, we live next
door to it and we're about to take it over
and we call it guitar. Oh, I know. It's just
like My point is, if every word you say is

not accident, it just feels funny accent it, it'd be like, hey,
uh tonight, dude, we're gonna have beers. Stanley the bulldog
is up there, he's gonna play around with us, kick
your shoes off, and now let's have somes sounds about right.
You know. It's just.

Speaker 4 (26:36):
But we suck, yeah, really bad.

Speaker 1 (26:39):
We shouldn't suck. And I get there like, oh but
our best athletes, okay, our eighth string should be able
to be Uruguay. But you guys don't understand, like their
country is like Rhode Island and.

Speaker 3 (26:48):
In there, but in their country, they are people in
that country I understand who like Turkey, Like they play soccer, yeah,
and they're damn good at soccer.

Speaker 1 (26:57):
My point, my point is there should be as many
people in this country where we think it's like the
seventh place sport that's brought up with that being their
number one sport as many as are in Uruguay.

Speaker 3 (27:08):
Who do you know grew up playing soccer from when
they were.

Speaker 1 (27:10):
I grew up in Arkansas, nobody, but in California.

Speaker 3 (27:13):
That's why when they were born it's like lacrosse. But
are in these countries, Dude, that's not all they do.

Speaker 1 (27:18):
You don't have talking to me like I'm an educated
white person. Okay, I know, I know what happens in
other countries. They pay twelve year olds millions of dollars
to go And I've watched many documentaries on this over
the past two years where they pay kids on hundred
thousands and millions of dollars because they isolate them and go,
you're a star. We're gonna put you in the system.
But and that's fine these big countries, that's fine. There's

no reason we should lose to Uruguay. Are twenty. We
should have guys that play basketball in the Olympic team
check out for the day. Well, they lay Uruguay and
soccer and beat them obj out there, No, not even
with any training.

Speaker 3 (27:53):
There's also a deal too though, like if your mom
is half Uruguayan, but.

Speaker 1 (27:58):
They're not doing that, it's all you can play for
them it's your gain. You're you're saying, you're finding little
stipulations that aren't even an effect.

Speaker 3 (28:04):
Because I've always wondered too why we suck so bad
at soccer.

Speaker 1 (28:08):
Because we are un educated and white bottom line, and
a lot of our guys will play international.

Speaker 3 (28:16):
I know they're good enough to play for those teams,
and they come and they play with a bunch of
Americans and we suck.

Speaker 1 (28:21):
Mike, would you look up the scandal of the old
Colombian No, they killed him. Yeah, that's bad one. The
current United States soccer coach was getting blackmailed. He now
has got the job. I'm not sure if it was
like a sex thing. He's the bald guy. Yeah. But
my only point is even if it was a one
twentieth of our players get brought up, of our best

athletes one fiftieth, we should still be able to be
a small country like Uruguay that if they start them
out of the womb. We have every we have everything better,
all the resources we have, and we have a lot
of money going into the We should be Uruguay. What
do you have against Europeanama? I think Panama.

Speaker 3 (28:58):
That's a tiny country.

Speaker 1 (28:59):
That's Van Hale song Panama.

Speaker 3 (29:02):
Where do they have a canal? That's all they have?

Speaker 1 (29:04):
Yeah, they just kick it over the canal, back and forth,
messing with Uruguay. I understand why we lost. The legitimate
reason is all that everyone knows. They wake up in
the morning, they play soccer from three. It's all they
ever want to be. They do. But there should be
enough of our guys that are the outliers in their sports,
that are like the people that play lacrosse, the people

that play soccer, the people that play that swim divers,
like we go to the Olympics and we wreck, We
wreck shop against other countries and sports that we don't
even really care about in this country because they randomly
are good athletes and they wake up and they're like,
you know what, I want to do darts and they
dedicate themse there should our population is so large, we

should have enough of those dark playing people with soccer
that we're just good at soccer. Yeah, yeah, we're gonna
have the World Cup here in North America, Canada, States, Mexico.
Luckily we get in for free. It's like we got
invited the party because it's at.

Speaker 4 (30:00):
Our house, and then we get kicked out earlier.

Speaker 1 (30:03):
Yeah, at least we're in. We weren't even in the
last one.

Speaker 3 (30:05):
You get drunk too quick, they have kicked you out.

Speaker 1 (30:07):
Yeah, you're done. What's the name Lingman or something?

Speaker 4 (30:11):
Was it a couple of years ago?

Speaker 1 (30:12):
Recent? No, it's a couple of years ago, Greg, that's it.
That's it. What's the name Greg? Buralter? No, I don't
think that's how you say it, but I don't know
if you say b E r h A l t
e r bur Halter ber Halter.

Speaker 2 (30:23):
Yeah, yeah, I guess somebody said that they had information
that would take him down. I guess it was involving
physical altercation with his wife.

Speaker 1 (30:31):
That sounds right. It wasn't sexual. Hey didn't define it. Hey,
that could be. I don't know. I don't know how
your sex is going, but not like that. So yeah,
I listen, I understand why we suck at soccer. Mm hmm.
You don't have to talk to me like I'm five,
But you know, like, dude, they can't play football like
they don't. They don't even have it there though they
do know they have it on. I've been these countries

they have football teams and they're terrible. They're not professional football,
Like you know, they they don't have it in their schools.
They don't South American, so they don't have it as
the part of their fundamental core scholastic athletics. That's soccer,
cricket depending where like cricket's big is big India? Yeah,

you said where the US team beat it Indian.

Speaker 3 (31:18):
At cricket, we can do that and not soccer.

Speaker 1 (31:20):
That's it. Cricket is the one where they bounce the ball.
That's like baseball, a three day event. Yeah, so what's
the one that's kind of like that crusche croquet cricket
grasshopper crok right, is that? What are you thinking? No,
it's got to be cricket. But our guys they called
it the greatest upset in the history of sports.

Speaker 4 (31:40):
Yeah, that one, And so then I got.

Speaker 1 (31:42):
On cricket TikTok for a while, was on the rules. Really,
I think cricket's so much more fun than baseball because.

Speaker 3 (31:46):
The one that lasts all like for weeks.

Speaker 1 (31:48):
A game last for like the last for a few days,
but so does a three day series in baseball. We
talked about this, so it's but they don't They also
don't play for seventy two hours straight.

Speaker 3 (31:56):
Right, right, they take a break, they go home, they
go to bed.

Speaker 1 (32:00):
It's like if the Orioles and Yankees are playing, but.

Speaker 3 (32:03):
If it started at seven to three, like you know what,
like if it was a game one, They're like, all right,
the score is seven three, everybody go home. We're gonna
be back tomorrow.

Speaker 1 (32:10):
We're gonna continue, and it's gonna be seven to three. Yeah,
that's pretty legit correct. They just keep the same score.
I like that. What they do is it's a bad explanation,
but I got and I watched a nine minute video
of an American guy who said he was like me, dumb, white,
uneducated because we hadn't been around the world. And he
was like, I've learned how to play cricket. And he plays,
and he was drawing on a whiteboard. And so they pitch.

There's like a landing strip and a batter and a
pitcher on both sides. So let's say I'm throwing to
you over there, and you're the batter. There's also another
one of my pitchers over there next to you. Or
I walk over there and pitch to the batter that's
over here, so it goes both ways. And then if
you hit it, it can go forward backward. It's in

the round, like a concert in the round. It's why
it lasts so long. I'm so educated at cricket, but
white last so long. It's hard to get out and
for there to be an out. If you miss it
and those three little sticks are up, there's something laying
on top of it, and that's how you get If
you hit the sticks behind the bat or there's three
sticks poking out of.

Speaker 4 (33:13):
The ground like bamboo, doesn't it or something sounds racist.

Speaker 1 (33:18):
I have no idea, looks like why would be racist?
After I've said so many times I'm an uneducated cultural
white out, I yes, And on top of it lays something.
And then if it hits those sticks and that goes
falls off, that's like an out. Oh, it's an out.
Got it? It's whatever they call it version of an out. Uh.

And then that's why last song. It's hard to get out.

Speaker 3 (33:44):
But if you hit it, like I still don't know
what you're talking about, but I'm uneducated Mexican.

Speaker 1 (33:48):
If you hit a ball, it's like a home run, right,
and you jump out and you catch it and you
throw it back in like a grenade.

Speaker 3 (33:54):
Like when the movie when they catch a grenade throw it.

Speaker 1 (33:56):
Back, Yes, and your guy catches it. That's an out.
It's pretty cool to see some of those. Okay, and
there's really not a fence. The home run can go over.
It's like if you're stepping on over. It's just a curb.
It's in the middle. Pretty cool, Pretty cool. We need football, Hey,
next one cricket. I didn't watch all the video. Yeah,

so soccer sucks, and we suck as fans too, Like
give us we don't want to root for anything that
doesn't win. Why don't we such as fans give us
a product a root for.

Speaker 3 (34:30):
But even like even like Copa America. Right, that's all
happening here. It's the tournament we lost. Yeah, yeah, that's
the tournament happening here in the Americas. It's all the America,
South America, Central America.

Speaker 1 (34:39):
North America, Aguay, Panama, Yeah, Brazil, what you talked about, Argentina,
all those guys, and so, like you watch those games
which are taking place at like Cowboys Stadium, Chanceas City,
Kansas City is the one I was watching.

Speaker 3 (34:51):
Yeah, Kansas City where the chiefs arra awhead and like
the crowds are like, they're okay, Like I how they
get crazy when there's a goal. But when you watch
the other what's.

Speaker 1 (34:59):
The other one, the European Premier League.

Speaker 3 (35:02):
No, no, no, it's it's it's the same thing, but
it's happening in Europe. Yea right now, the European cupp
or whatever it's called. That one's crazy, dude. They're chanting,
singing the entire game. They're drinking, and then when they score.
This is the coolest.

Speaker 1 (35:17):
That's college football dies. Yeah. Not, we don't even do that, dude.
We sing Rocky Top the whole game, the whole game.
Have you ever been to Neyland Stadium?

Speaker 3 (35:25):
Dude, when someone's dying, like someone's hurt, they're still the
guy like having.

Speaker 1 (35:30):
A heart attack. But I would say, yeah, that's probably
I would say that's the calm college football, but way
more because it's a national college. It's like their national team,
so there's more passion because there's more.

Speaker 4 (35:42):
People that care about it unless teams.

Speaker 3 (35:44):
Yes, but what's cool too is they throw their beers
when they score a goal.

Speaker 1 (35:47):
Like, I wouldn't do that. It's a ten dollars beer, dude,
I wouldn't do that. Get rid of the drink beer,
and I would do that. It's expensive, So watch soccer.
That's what I've done.

Speaker 3 (35:55):
Break that's kind of fun, you betting on it.

Speaker 1 (35:57):
The America sucks, but other teams, it's like watching WNBA,
not Caitlin Clark, watching two other countries play. They have
no rooting interest for it, don't understand the game, and
they don't score.

Speaker 3 (36:09):
You're not watching MESSI I know, I don't care. You're
not watching even playing. Yeah, he's still in it.

Speaker 1 (36:15):
Yeah, what you mean is he still playing? Even playing
in this? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (36:19):
This I'm saying.

Speaker 1 (36:20):
Yeah. It's like it's like we got free tickets. He's
playing in the Europa. It looks like, yeah, America, he
said Europa.

Speaker 3 (36:27):
I held on to that, Like, my kids got free
tickets to the soccer game here.

Speaker 1 (36:31):
They won the World Cup. I watched him do that messy.

Speaker 3 (36:34):
Yeah, but that was a while back, two years.

Speaker 1 (36:36):
Yeah. I didn't even really watch. I watch the cliff
right after clip.

Speaker 3 (36:42):
Well, my kids got free tickets to the soccer game
here and they were playing Miami.

Speaker 1 (36:45):
They're like, da, let's go it's Miami.

Speaker 3 (36:46):
I'm like, guys, Messi's playing with Argentina right now.

Speaker 1 (36:49):
He's not even there, like.

Speaker 4 (36:51):
They didn't want to go anymore.

Speaker 1 (36:52):
No, they did not want to go. If we had
a product to root for, we would root we don't.
You see it light up? Like when we're good at anything,
we go crazy for it. We have we suck? Yeah,
uh see, should we take a break? Mic, we should?
All right, let's take a break. I were back. Hey
read remember that Kik Graffy junior card you broke? If

we're breaking packs, I did get it graded. Is a nine?
Is a rookie? That's awesome, it's still good. What do
you mean nine's not? I spent twenty bucks to grade it,
twenty two bucks to grade it. If you were to
sell it, you make.

Speaker 3 (37:25):
Like twenty eight bucks. Oh you would, you'd sell it
for twenty It's how much the difference between a ten
and a nine.

Speaker 1 (37:30):
If I if you had a ten, it'd be like
two hundred fifty bucks. Yeah, that's crazy. It had to
have been in alignment then, because you literally took it out. Yeah,
it doesn't matter though some you can take I've taken
it right out of a pack, put it right into it.
It's crazy, and they still don't come back tens. But
it could be it's even if it's cut wrong, not
even the fault of the person. Yeah, that's a nine.

I did hit a couple like ninety one ninety Jordan
Ten's that opened at a packs really Yeah, it's super cool.
Get those back yet. Yeah, I got a nine and
a ten. Yes, I got it on. It's on Instagram.
Instagram that Jordan one was thanks. I was pumped because
anything from like ninety ninety anything comes back perfect. It
just looks cool. Yeah, it's cool. Why are you still
wearing your boot? Dude? Get over it. I can't until tomorrow.

Speaker 3 (38:13):
They'll probably tell me to take it off because I
take it off at the house and I feel good.
I feel fine. I can't run or anything though, because
now my my cat's dead, I've been.

Speaker 1 (38:22):
Wearing all the right side of your body's gonna be
out a way.

Speaker 3 (38:23):
Yeah, so that's kind of hard, but I feel a
lot better, I would say, said Dack's wearing a boot too,
that's scary.

Speaker 1 (38:31):
No preventative going fishing. He has fishing boot on.

Speaker 3 (38:33):
Yeah, he said, he said. The last time I went
to the beach, he kind of he messed his ankle ups,
so he.

Speaker 1 (38:37):
Was being preventive. Yeah. No, I was gonna fit. I
saw it.

Speaker 3 (38:39):
I felt that yours is.

Speaker 4 (38:40):
The way you were to Yeah, you know what to
the beach.

Speaker 1 (38:42):
I was being preventive to let me ask you this.
We're going to University of Arizona. Yeah, on Thursday evening,
I'll be bootless. But what are you gonna be able
to do? Nothing?

Speaker 3 (38:51):
Maybe like a trot around, not really run full speed.

Speaker 1 (38:54):
I would say, if you can't go full you can't go. Yeah,
what you're talking about? No, you go on the trip,
can't run out. It's gonna be bad for You'll hurt yourself.
Oh I'm not gonna No, I can't run it. You
can't do any of the things. I can throw? What
are you talking about?

Speaker 3 (39:08):
I can throw?

Speaker 1 (39:09):
I would just do. I would just walk as soon
as that boot comes off. I would walk for five
minutes day one, Yeah, ten minutes, day two, ten minutes
day three.

Speaker 3 (39:18):
Dude, I'm itching to twenty minutes walk? Am I gonna
mention to?

Speaker 1 (39:21):
Like walk for real? What's gonna happen is you're gonna
hurt yourself because you're gonna not push it because it's
not ready. But your body's all out of wat Yeah.

Speaker 5 (39:28):
We cannot have any setbacks, Yes, because we still have
got we got a lot, a lot, and we've got
to do our Bible sh Olympics.

Speaker 1 (39:35):
Yeah. Although, so here's our tentative plan. We're going to
go to Arizona Thursday. We'll do a podcast from there
that'll probably be up at the end of this week. Cool.
The next week we're going to Oregon with Orgon Ducks.
So you're not gonna able to do anything. It's the
Oregon Ducks in one week.

Speaker 3 (39:55):
You don't think I'll be able to run a little bit.

Speaker 1 (39:57):
I think if starting tomorrow you start walking on. Yeah,
I'm going to be a doctor on the court, like
before Giannis plays, like watching his movements, tell him if
he can play the game or not.

Speaker 4 (40:09):
You know, Arizona to bring their trainer out.

Speaker 3 (40:11):
Yeah, just to just to make sure I observe you.

Speaker 1 (40:13):
Yeah, it's like they it's the Celtics. It's uh, get
the three of them got their notepads or taking notes?
Can you do? If you don't come back at a
good rate, it'll you'll hurt yourself again, and it won't
even be what you hurt, it'll be something else. Because
anytime I've like hurt something, my body compensates for it

and then it gets all out of way. You're so right.

Speaker 3 (40:36):
My left foot feels like it hurts more than my
right now because I've been putting all the weight on that.

Speaker 1 (40:40):
I bet your left fot's bionic by now, though. I
can do anything, Do anything, dude. I have your trophy
if you want to really, Yeah, Mike, would you hand
Kevin his Celtics trophy. I haven't brought it to work.
I've forgotten it for like a week. It's in that
black box.

Speaker 4 (40:53):
I just got my.

Speaker 5 (40:54):
Office all dialed in, put shelves up, put like new
stuff on, and I got a spot waiting.

Speaker 1 (40:57):
For this at home. Yeah, it's a little bit you
than I thought. But it's not as big as like
the real one. No, no, no, it's a black one's fanatics.
That looks like a bomb. That's a cool bar. No,
it's like seven deal, those all different. I don't need
that one.

Speaker 4 (41:11):
Mike there grating.

Speaker 1 (41:19):
Want to show read all right, open that up and
what it is you'll see on the ends eating open
like like that. You don't need to set it down
on the flat open yeah, open the flap flap is
all the stuff like it's like says Celtics all the
entire playoffs.

Speaker 3 (41:43):
Careful, WoT every game.

Speaker 1 (41:48):
Then you can pull the trophy out. That's awesome, but
take it out, dude, kiss it. Pull the trophy out.
It looks like a soccer trophy.

Speaker 4 (41:55):
Does going on right now?

Speaker 1 (41:57):
Dude? You want the ere Open Cup.

Speaker 4 (42:01):
American won the Cup, shiny.

Speaker 1 (42:03):
That's so cool. Even the boxing Wow, I bought that
the night after they won. That's gotta think about you, guys.

Speaker 4 (42:10):
You do eighteen time champions right here. It's like the
real thing.

Speaker 1 (42:14):
Okay, yep, don't that's not real size though. Don't be
cocky after a gift.

Speaker 4 (42:22):
No, this is my way of thanking you to.

Speaker 1 (42:24):
Brag and be cocky. Yeah, and lose. Eddie's Cowboys suck.
My Razorbacks suck.

Speaker 4 (42:30):
But it's not like you're a MAVs fan. If you're
a MAVs fan, then that would be messed up.

Speaker 1 (42:34):
Who's a MAVs fan exactly? Nobody. So my friend Jason
is really celebrate Jason Kidd. My friend Jason was Reddicks
head producer. He traveled with him everywhere. Yeah, he was
executive producer of Redicks podcast and digital show uh old
Man in the Tree oh, Jason, Jason. I know Jason, Yeah,
Jason and so huge MAVs fan. But I don't know

Jason's gonna do now. Jason gallaher go.

Speaker 3 (43:01):
To every well but he's got a every Lakers game.

Speaker 1 (43:04):
He's a big mass fan. He's got a big thing.
Him and Luca did the whole thing together. Pretty cool.

Speaker 4 (43:08):
Thank you for this. This is awesome.

Speaker 1 (43:10):
Welcome. That's probably the size of what the MVP trophy.

Speaker 3 (43:13):
Yeah, probably right, because that's all that's smaller.

Speaker 1 (43:15):
Maybe it's slightly is it heavy? Ah, it's nice. Man,
you kissed it.

Speaker 4 (43:20):
I kissed its, kssed it?

Speaker 1 (43:24):
What? No? Okay? Other things? I have fifteen hundred dollars
of my dftkings account right now, let's go. I want
to bet it all on soccer future NFL on a
team to win the Super Bowl. Well, I know all
of it.

Speaker 4 (43:44):
You don't want to be like five hundred, five hundred, five.

Speaker 1 (43:45):
Hundred, I don't.

Speaker 3 (43:46):
I want to go all in, but you're gonna deposit
more right after you make that bet.

Speaker 1 (43:50):
Well, if I need it, I just haven't really started
betting yet. I won that on the Catlin clock bet.

Speaker 3 (43:53):
But you stop betting? What was I betting on soccer
right now, soccer is big UFC's big golf.

Speaker 1 (43:59):
I don't bet that stuff. I don't ask her legit.
I don't need to bet. I don't need to bet.

Speaker 3 (44:06):
Dude, if Denny Hamlin wins a race at the beginning
of the race, you'll win twenty one to one.

Speaker 1 (44:11):
I hear you, but I don't need to bet. I
like to bet. It's fun. I don't need to bet.
Sounds like some people need to bet. Yeah, I love it,
but I like, I need to have some sort of obsession.
If it's not sports cars, it's member bill. I was
betting top ranked boxing last night. See I'm talking about it.

Speaker 3 (44:27):
But it's crazy because like it's the favorite. It's like
always a heavy heavy favorite. So you just put a
dollar on the not heavy fit on the underdog. Dude,
you'll win thirty bucks. So put a dollar down to
win thirty is awesome. Never happens.

Speaker 1 (44:40):
This is why this shows backwards read when non Stop
calls the eight hundred number to shut his countdown because
he's winning so much, he thinks he could get into
a place that maybe isn't healthy for him. Again, read's
winning so much, he's hey, draft kings. Let's read here

turned my account off. I like it too. They're like, hey, Red,
they know me. Eddie. Who's like, I've bet on thirteen
and underboxing yesterday? Huh that? And I bet thirteen and
under boxing. It's like I got seven to one on
the cock fights. Now they had that Mexico.

Speaker 3 (45:19):
I was betting on the on the Olympic trials. That
was kind of stupid. And there's a number.

Speaker 1 (45:25):
I don't know every capacity a number.

Speaker 3 (45:27):
No, dude, I've had fifty bucks in my account for
three four months here, up and down.

Speaker 1 (45:33):
I've taken it high, as high as ninety.

Speaker 3 (45:35):
And as low as ten.

Speaker 1 (45:37):
Let me give you think about who I should bet
my money on. That's tough. And I'll type it in
and see what my money back is. I put fifteen
hundred bucks. I'll put that in.

Speaker 3 (45:45):
AYI saying the Cowboys.

Speaker 1 (45:47):
AI who's that? I don't know?

Speaker 3 (45:50):
Some aid machine. So the Cowboys probably in the next
three years are supposed to win the.

Speaker 1 (45:55):
Next three years. It could be this one thought.

Speaker 4 (45:57):
It could be when this shows it or something right exactly.

Speaker 1 (45:59):
Yeah, It's like you put puppy chow and both bowls.
What she want? Does he run? To at work. Sometimes
two eggs in the microwave, which one explodes first, think
about that. We'll do the title tittle, but think about that.
Chiefs are at one, nine Ers at two. As far
as odds go, Ravens at three. I'll leave it there, Kevin,
you right for tititle. Let's do it all right, go ahead.

Two years time the tittle tattle.

Speaker 5 (46:28):
Following the Lakers drafting BRAWNI this year was your favorite
father son duo and sports of all time?

Speaker 1 (46:34):
Probably again this card right here, Kinger Junior, Kinker Vigor
because I saw them play together. That's cool. I was
a kid, very young kid, but I saw them play
on the same team at the same time. Really yeah,
not in person?

Speaker 4 (46:45):
Oh, I think, oh no, no, no.

Speaker 1 (46:47):
I'm not an kate. Why dude, I don't leave the state.
I didn't leave the state until I was like twenty.
Were they with the Reds Mariners? He played for the Reds?
He may have played, but Senior played for them. When
I think of them, and maybe Mike, could I check this?
They both played outfield for the Mariners. I know at
the same time. Maybe King Griffy Sr. Was a man

or a coach or something of the Reds maybe, or
maybe he played a little bit there too, but I
would say that's probably one. I mean, there are other
father sons, obviously the Curries. I barely remember Dale Curry. Yeah,
I don't remember that barely. That was the time when
really nobody shot threes except for like Craig Elo and
Mark Price and Dale Curry.

Speaker 4 (47:29):
What about the Chris Mullins.

Speaker 1 (47:32):
Chris Mallin shot threes, But Chris Maullin was a he
was like kind of like Larry Bird. He was a forward.
He's a big dude who could also shoot threes. But
like Mullins played with Hardaway same time on the Golden
State teams.

Speaker 3 (47:42):
He was awesome in the NBA.

Speaker 2 (47:43):
M Yeah, really that night was the best, Yeah, nineteen
ninety that he hit back to back home runs on.

Speaker 1 (47:49):
Against on what too? They on the Reds together on
the Mariners? Did they ever play on the Reds together?
Let's see, because I remember them on the Mariners together. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (48:00):
Gosh, that's a tough question because I'm trying to think
of other son.

Speaker 1 (48:03):
Dion and no sons, we're that old now.

Speaker 3 (48:08):
Yeah, but they didn't play together.

Speaker 1 (48:09):
Well, no, nobody did, except for Griff sor and Junior
that I can think of. McCaffrey's didn't. But I'm just
thinking of father sons and sports like the Mannings. I
don't even know Archie Manning the dad. What do you
mean you don't know him? I never watched him play
for the Saints. That was before us. Yeah, so, I
mean I know Peyton and Eli and then arch but

that's not even the son of a player. That's the
other brother, right, Mikey.

Speaker 2 (48:34):
Looks like he left the Reds to join the Mariners,
so didn't play the Reds together.

Speaker 1 (48:39):
They did not play in the Reds together, left the
Mariners join the Reds.

Speaker 2 (48:44):
He left the Reds to join the Mariners.

Speaker 1 (48:47):
Oh the dad started yes and switched Yeah, yeah, okay, Yeah,
I'm gonna go with because I saw them together. Those
two next up.

Speaker 5 (48:57):
Now that they knew SEC is official, which knew A did?
Do you think we'll struggle most Texas or Oklahoma?

Speaker 1 (49:02):
Yeah? I got Texas helmet right in front of me.
I already don't like Texas. I'm okay saying that because
any school I don't like, I don't like you for
a reason. You're either a lot better. I get annoyed
by you winning. That's why people hate the teams they
hate because they hate to lose to them. There are

teams we lose to at Arkansas and it's like, I
don't hate them, but like old mess they they're annoying,
but I don't hate it. They don't beat them out
of the threat. But when you grow up in Arkansas,
Texas is big brother. Your little brother, Texas big brother
because they played in the Southwest Conference forever together and
Texas got more money. School's bigger, it gets a big recruit,
so you grow up in Arkansas automatically disliking Texas. It

would be like if you grow up a Michigan State fan.
Your whole family's Michigan State. Who do you hate Michigan? Michigan, Michigan.
You know why I got a big freaking big brother.
They got more money, they got more championships. So I
don't like Texas. Now individually, I love peop that like
the Longhorns. I have a lot of long Horn fan friends.
I have people that have coached Longhorns. I have people
that have played for the long Horns. But I hate

Texas because they win and I don't like that. Although
we did beat them a couple of years ago and
we stormed the field is awesome, but they're gonna be
real good for a bit.

Speaker 4 (50:15):
I just saw you say that on Twitter.

Speaker 1 (50:16):
You think they're gonna be good in the SEC. Yeah,
they're gonna be good for the next few years. For sure.
They're stacked. Yeah. Somebody was like, you already good wax
by Texas and the SEC. I was like, bro, only
thing I know is a lot like in the last
two years we've played and we stomped. I think I said,
we beat the piss out of you something like that.
You told them not really, Yeah, I know you did, Eddie.

Speaker 5 (50:38):
Are you like a minority as far as anti Texas
ut from from Texas because Mike's a big YOUT fan.

Speaker 3 (50:44):
Man, I'll tell you what happened with me. Like I worked.
I worked about two blocks from the stadium for like
eight years while I lived in Afice growing up. Growing up,
didn't care. I didn't care about college football, got it.
College football just wasn't the thing in my house. But
like so I worked like just a few blocks from
the stadium, and every Saturday when they had a home game,
their fan base would take over our parking lot at work.

So one I could never find a parking spot. Two,
they get so drunk they'd piss on my news truck,
and like they were so freaking annoying dude that ever
since then, I'm like, I cannot stand the Longhorns because
of their stupid fan base.

Speaker 1 (51:20):
To be fair, I think any fan base would have
done that if your news fan was right there next.

Speaker 3 (51:26):
You don't understand that how many times I would go
down with my camera, Bey, what do you do?

Speaker 1 (51:29):
Can I do?

Speaker 3 (51:30):
Why are you pissing on my truck?

Speaker 1 (51:31):
Get out of here? Sorry? Brother? Easily could have been
the balls in Misissippi State, idiot. Yeah. For me, Texas
was always a big brother school, and it was always
you know, Texas has like an arrogance about them because
they were really good for a long time. You're arrogant the.

Speaker 3 (51:45):
Tense young days, talking about the Vincent days.

Speaker 1 (51:48):
Even before that. But it's like, okay, royal, Yeah that's
what I So, they'd always say, well, they're pissing on
my truck, They're okay, it's name that being said. I
have a Colt McCoy helmet right now, yea, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
I have two dorm dudes is doing college helmets? At
least for a while. And I have a Longhorn Colt
McCoy helmet signed and Wisconsin all three of the Watt

brothers signed it. Yeah, t J Watt, JJ Watt and
the other one and Skippy Watt the other one Derek Yeah,
Derek yeah yeah, skipy uh so hell football player. I
think Oklahoma I think I was surprised that they gave
their coach such a such an extension for so much money,

considering he hasn't only done anything there yet and he's
a defensive coach.

Speaker 3 (52:34):
Who's that a venables?

Speaker 1 (52:35):
Yeah, he's a defensive coach. It's an offensive world. If anything,
it's probably like we're going to the SEC. We need stability,
let's just commit to you. And they're gonna give him
to or three years anyway, especially moving to the SEC.
So it's like if we give them too or three
years and we have to fire them, Okay, we'll paying
for two years. But I think Texas knows who they

are more than Oklahoma does. Another reason I hate Texas
because my wife hates Texas, but that's because she's a
die hard Sooner fan, and I think even Texas fans
would say, well, you're supposed to hate Texas if you're
from Oklahoma. The same way, if you're from Texas, you
hate Oklahoma, you're a Longhorn fan.

Speaker 4 (53:11):
See the Arkansas hatred toward Texas is something I never
knew about.

Speaker 1 (53:14):
Nobody does because nobody don't care about it, cares about us. True,
that's we hate everybody, but we really hate Texas because
that was who we felt was one of our big
rivals every year softball. Ricky's funny. I was with him.
He works for the Longhorns, and when we went and
walked around, uh, inside of facilities at Texas. By the way,
it's the best I've ever seen. It's the best I've

ever seen.

Speaker 3 (53:35):
Talking about the money, yeah, it's the best of ever
sence he got money.

Speaker 1 (53:38):
He was talking about how he was telling the coach
staff two years ago and he went to Faville. Hey, you
guys don't know what you're doing. You don't know what
you're up against. It doesn't matter if they have if
it's the little giants like that entire state, this is
the one game that they will kill their family to win.
Like it is going to be in every way terrible

for us, unless we oh you out immediately. And what
happened was we stayed close, it stayed up. We beat
them pretty bad.

Speaker 4 (54:06):
You read that game right.

Speaker 1 (54:07):
I was walked out, piss on news van right next
to just for fun for all those Saturdays. But it's
like pure hatred. But it's pure hatred out of like
jealousy that we don't have the money and the facilities
and the history. Lot a lot of schools don't have
that money. I hate him, yeah, yeah, out of respect

though I hate them respect. Yeah.

Speaker 5 (54:29):
Going to the NBA, here a lot of free agents
getting paid. Which one is your favorite so far?

Speaker 1 (54:33):
I guess my favorite is. What's hilarious is nobody want
to go to Lakers. Demartin Rosen picked the Kings even
today or last night, but went to the Kings over
the Lakers. Klay Thompson, Lebron even called them, that's crazy.
Clay Thompson's dad is the radio guy for the Lakers.
Clay Thompson's dad was played for the Lakers, and so
here's every reason to just move right up the road.

But he didn't want to go play with the Lakers.
That's fun because he's going to Dallas and will probably
be the number three guy. And at first it was like, man,
did they have enough ball to go around? But he's
gonna space that court out a bit, if anything, because
he'll just stand in the corner and even a guy

standing on him the whole time is going to create
space for Luca, for Kyrie. So Paul George is interesting.
Although they paid Paul George over twenty million bucks and
he's playing, he's gonna be the number three guy with
the Sixers, guess I mean I would think Maxi's the
number two guy there.

Speaker 5 (55:30):
Right, Yeah, I mean he's quickly turning into a one
just because of Mbad's health more than anything.

Speaker 1 (55:35):
And Paul George is like thirty two whatever it is.
He's got a couple he's on the back side of
his prime. He's got a couple of years probably being
really good. So but who went to the Spurs? Is
that Chris Paul? Chris Paul. That's right, that's fun. I
think I'm so unter interested in most of these. I

think the Clay thing was was fun. It's only three years.
He didn't stay golden stake. They wouldn't veim third year.
They were gonna give him two. They wouldn'tive him the
third year, so he went to Dallas. So the clay
thing is fun. But I love Chris Paul with Wimbanyama
because that's gonna be fun.

Speaker 3 (56:15):
It's like it's like a father playing with something.

Speaker 1 (56:18):
He has now somebody that can actually distribute, they can score.
I mean, Chris Paul's fifty one, where's his son? Why
is his son not playing? But I think that I
think that's the one that's my favorite.

Speaker 4 (56:31):
But he's done doing championships, Like he's not chasing championships anymore, obviously, No.

Speaker 1 (56:36):
I think I think it's like one year, ten million dollars.

Speaker 5 (56:39):
Yeah, he's like transitioning into coach based mentor and a
mentor and he's just gonna throw some lobs.

Speaker 1 (56:45):
But I like that though, like everybody else sucked on
the Spurs. They are you watching any of France play?
Oh my god, this is gonna be crazy. The Uys
may not win the Olympic Basketball We're really good, but
watching France watching go A play center and Wimby play
point forward. Wimby takes the ball at the court and

just shoots the three. Those two guys seven four and
seven to one. Think of the rim protection there with
those two dudes. The Olympic's gonna be awesome. Canada's got
a team for NBA players. Yeah, I've been watching a
lot of that though, like because their the US team
has been practicing at UNLV and they're shooting FOBA three's,
which is like a layup to Steph?

Speaker 4 (57:28):
Is it shorter?

Speaker 1 (57:29):
It's like the three point line is right on the
top of the key right really? Yeah, so it's like
high school. I watched Steph go around the world and back.
I don't think hit the rim, easy, breezy, like, I
don't think hit the rim. I watched them shoot all
the way up and all the way down, just straight
thing as that you would say, nothing but day give
my change.

Speaker 3 (57:48):
Talking about that time every time?

Speaker 1 (57:50):
What else?

Speaker 4 (57:51):
Last one?

Speaker 5 (57:51):
Which big name signing do you think a team will
regret in a couple of years.

Speaker 1 (57:57):
I will say Lebron did really cool thing where he
said I'll take less money if you get me one
of these five people. Lakers couldn't land any of them,
so he did take a max still two year max stell.
I don't hate him for that because he did say
I will take twenty million less a year, et cetera
if you can get one of these people. I think
Lebron's got two more good years in him. I think Lebron'

saw a top ten player. He's thirty nine. It's so impressive.
He's still All NBA. I think he may be an
All NBA second team last year. He looks good, he
looks young. He's going to play point forward in the
At the Olympics, he'll start, probably play point forward, stefine
play off ball. I've been watching a lot of Olympics.
By the way, if you can't hear i'm talking, I'm
just basketball Olympics. Yeah, yeah, like I know everybody's playing,

watching shout or anything. No, no, no, only basketball. I'm
watching practices. I'm just so intrigued by how good these
other countries are. Oh yeah, the NBA Luke goes out.
They lost, so they're not playing in the Olympics, lot
VR or whatever. No, Slovenia, Slovenia, is that right, Slovenia, Well,

I don't know, but they lost.

Speaker 3 (59:02):
His country is out.

Speaker 1 (59:03):
They lost to Giannis. So Jannie is in Francis. That's Greece.

Speaker 4 (59:08):
Joannas has his own country now, yeah.

Speaker 1 (59:10):
His brothers on those two on that, I don't know. Okay,
what do you got, Mike Slovenia. Okay, it always feels
like a vampire loves there regardless.

Speaker 3 (59:18):
It's like.

Speaker 1 (59:22):
Where the guy comes out with a K, but.

Speaker 3 (59:26):
It's a it's a Yeah, it's Luca and Dracula.

Speaker 1 (59:29):
Yeah, beat those guys. But I would say probably the
Paul George deal was four years. It's mid thirties. I'm
sure you're four that's gonna be hurting a little bit. Uh,
But you gotta pay him, so I don't think Lebron

it was only a two year max deal. I think
Broni's gonna be Okay, everybody's making a big deal about
nothing in college. Like dude, he had a heart freaking
heart attack going r going to the season.

Speaker 3 (01:00:00):
I understand that, but even when he was healthy, he
was he had a heart attack.

Speaker 1 (01:00:04):
It's worse than like a torn.

Speaker 3 (01:00:06):
A cl you're talking about after the heart attack, Yes,
I'm talking about before the heart attack.

Speaker 1 (01:00:10):
No, he was. He played wonderful in McDonald's All Star Game.
What are you talking about? What are you talking about
at USC? Yes? He after the heart attack. Yeah, yeah, okay,
he was a freshman.

Speaker 4 (01:00:23):
You don't know what you're talking about.

Speaker 3 (01:00:25):
But he played before. He played before the heart attack.

Speaker 4 (01:00:27):
In high school. In high school, he only played one
year at.

Speaker 3 (01:00:30):
USC, oh and that was that was post heart attack.
I feel bad now post heart attack. I didn't watch him, like, dude,
he sucks.

Speaker 1 (01:00:38):
He came off the bench. What he averaged six points
a game? Who cares? But is that what it was? Yeah,
but again he came off a heart attack. So at
USC that was post heart attack.

Speaker 3 (01:00:49):
He didn't play it all at USC before heart attack.

Speaker 1 (01:00:52):
No, they didn't know if he was gonna they don't
know if he's gonna get to play.

Speaker 3 (01:00:54):
That makes sense. So he's a better now, he's a
better better? Is he better now?

Speaker 1 (01:01:01):
No? He played his first Summer League game, which I
watched a bunch of, and he didn't. I think he
was like a shot like thirty nine percent from the field,
but I think he had four points to steal something
little line like that. But who cares? Some league doesn't matter.
But I think he'll be okay. He's probably still gonna grow. Listen,
Joannis grew like five inches in the NBA. Yeah, I

still think that Bronni's gonna grow. And also, if this
worked out, bronis by soccer. But we need some athletes
just go play soccer. They run a lot, man, but
probably just the Paul George deal. Okay, that's a tittle tattle.
Thank you, closing up the tittle tattle. Okay, before we

go away, let's put our money on somebody. I just
want to know who you guys think I should put
the fifteen hundred on. Reid?

Speaker 4 (01:02:01):
Let's go.

Speaker 1 (01:02:01):
What was the list? You weren't even thinking about it? Okay,
Reid wasn't even think of Chiefs. He wasn't even thinking
about it. I gave him like fifteen minutes to think
about it. What you been doing over there? Honest? What
were you doing over the really to scratch my arms?
Spacing out? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (01:02:16):
All right, Raid says Chiefs. I go Chiefs, Eddie. I mean, man,
I don't think you. I mean, who else has a
chance other than the Cowboys and the Chiefs. Oh, I
don't think the forty nine ers are gonna win.

Speaker 1 (01:02:28):
I mean the forty nine ers are at plus six
hundred their second overall.

Speaker 3 (01:02:33):
Dude, I think you have to just keep rolling with
the Chiefs. That's your safe bet.

Speaker 1 (01:02:40):
Man, the Chiefs. What Yeah, well, I'll Kevin you go ahead.

Speaker 5 (01:02:45):
It's hard because I want to take a team, but
it's so hard to go against them, the Chiefs, that is.
But I don't touch forty nine ers anymore. I would say,
what about the Lions? What are they fourth?

Speaker 1 (01:02:54):
Fifth? Fourth? At plus twelve hundred?

Speaker 3 (01:02:56):
You think they can go all the way?

Speaker 4 (01:02:57):
I do.

Speaker 5 (01:02:58):
They were almost there last year, and they got so
close in the NFC.

Speaker 1 (01:03:03):
And now they have Chris Paul and now that funny. Okay,
so you have they're going line.

Speaker 5 (01:03:11):
I'm definitely not going like Ravens. I don't even think
the Ravens will be happy good this year.

Speaker 1 (01:03:14):
Oh you know, I think they'll be good.

Speaker 4 (01:03:16):
Really, they'll be really good.

Speaker 1 (01:03:17):
Yeah, Mark Andrews back healthy, Lamar Jackson and that's about it.

Speaker 5 (01:03:24):
They flower and if you could bet that Burrow is
obviously healthy the whole season, I put them.

Speaker 1 (01:03:29):
But we have to assume everybody's healthy though, because we
can say anybody can be hurt.

Speaker 4 (01:03:35):
I think that NFC is so much easier to get
through too.

Speaker 1 (01:03:38):
So you're saying that the line you're saying, I'll say
the lines. That's a good little flyer. Yeah, what are
you thinking? After all Chiefs? The first forty nine ers
or second? What are the odds on the Chiefs plus
five point fifty still pretty good. Yeah, I'm trying to
find it actually on my app here they have them
all out and might print it all the odds for

trying to find the future of here we go, more bets, futures,
Boom Champion. Okay, I have them. So let's say I
put fifteen hundred on the Chiefs. That's nine one hundred
dollars they win the Super Bowl. Yeah, okay, the forty
nine Ers, it's basically the same. That's six plus six hundred.

It's a little more bit.

Speaker 3 (01:04:27):
Why don't you trust the Niners.

Speaker 5 (01:04:28):
Kevin, because they just I want to say the Niners too,
but they just keep getting.

Speaker 1 (01:04:32):
There and just fit Bills or plus twelve the Bengals
or plus thirteen hundred. So the order is Chiefs, Niners, Ravens, Lions, Bills, Bengals.

Speaker 3 (01:04:40):
That line's gonna be good money.

Speaker 1 (01:04:42):
Texans Eagles, Cowboys the Texans. If I bet this on
the Cowboys, look at the Eagles. Listen to this. If
I bet this on the Cowboys.

Speaker 3 (01:04:51):
One million dollars.

Speaker 1 (01:04:53):
If I bet fourteen hundred on the fifth hundred on
the Cowboys, I win twenty five thousand. Yeah, it'd be awesome.
Deck's wearing a boot, he's prepared, do it? Do it?
Come on putting on the Cowboys.

Speaker 2 (01:05:12):
For entertainment value.

Speaker 1 (01:05:13):
I don't love the Cowboys. Come on all right, place
bet place? Oh my goodness, yes for twenty five thousand,
telling you, dude, AI, some AI machine out there is
saying the Cowboys could win this year. But AI, you
don't know if it's art for American Idol. You don't

know which. Yeah, exactly, all right, thank you all. We're done.
We will see you guys later this week. We'll be
doing our show from Tucson Thursday Friday. Probably it'll be
up on Friday. Hey, where's our guy at he's playing?
Oh he's still in it. Yes, we tried to get

him on, but he's playing right now. Yeah, he's still
the poker, our guy. I know what that meant. I
knew U natest breaking news. Brownnie's out of the next
Summer League game. Swelled stolen me. I'm sorry, he just
hit me here. Sorry about the heart attack, it says,
we bet they call it. Two players have been eighty
nine eight hundred. Two players have been all in seat

six doubled up no eliminations at our table seat nine
short stack. Oh, he's he's still writing his first table
elimination after old Man's seat nine. There he was playing
with an old man. Later he goes all in new player,
be your sin. So it feels like because he gave
us an update. There were like let's say ten thousand,
it's like nine thousand and nine something like that. We'll

say ten thousand. But he gave us an update that
he was like I have right here like six thousand
place or like in the he's in the middle. He's
right in the middle of the field, firmly in the middle. Okay,
because because.

Speaker 3 (01:06:53):
You're looking at like the lead leader number one is
at like but.

Speaker 1 (01:06:58):
So that's not updated as it goes. You know that
it's not okay each day.

Speaker 3 (01:07:02):
Here I'll tell you right now, Okay, here we go.

Speaker 1 (01:07:04):
I got it. He was six thousand, nine hundred out
of ninety four hundred, and he's got eighty grand like
eighty ish. Yeah, so he's in it. He's fighting. Where
do we need him to hit to make them think?
I think, just stay alive, right, stay alive. I know,
like there's a threshold. You make it to a certain point.

Speaker 4 (01:07:25):
There has to be a cutoff.

Speaker 1 (01:07:26):
You get paid. You're the only one. I don't want
to ask him about it. Well he's playing. Hey man,
where do you need to be where we get paid? Yeah,
I'll ask him that tomorrow because if he survives.

Speaker 3 (01:07:39):
So, the Leader, just as of the last time this
was updated, I don't know when that was, the Leader
has four hundred and forty five thousand dollars worth of.

Speaker 1 (01:07:48):
Chips at least had it before it started, and he
had eighty thousand. He's an eighty. OK. That gives you
kind of an idea.

Speaker 2 (01:07:55):
I remember the date being the twelfth. If he makes
to the twelfth, you'll get rich. It's the note I had.

Speaker 1 (01:08:00):
If he makes it tough today he doesn't even play
on the eighth, I don't know, but he's still in.

Speaker 3 (01:08:05):
It looks like there's only three three thousand players left
really start today, So that's not bad.

Speaker 1 (01:08:13):
Or is that just the ones that are playing today
because they're split.

Speaker 3 (01:08:15):
It's all of them, they're all they're all playing today.

Speaker 1 (01:08:18):
We don't they merged. They merged, all of them, and
he's not. I'm sure Broni's in the tournament. You know what,
You're right about that Bronnie's low chip count. All right,
Reid yeall football so we can get out of here.
Football there, It is all right. We will see you guys.
Bye buddy,
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