Two men – Secret Movie Club Team members Edwin Gomez and Craig Hammill – who both love John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13, but who disagree on its noted predecessor, Howard Hawks' classic Western, Rio Bravo! Craig loves the film, but Edwin thinks you should skip it! Can he convince Craig that saying “get along, little doggie” to Rio Bravo is fine, or will Craig get Edwin to admit he should respect and acknowledge the film's influence on the movies Edwin loves? And how long will they talk about forgotten sci-fi Sean Connery-led High Noon-riff Outland?
On Episode 212: -Brandon, Kayce, and Katie pull a prank on Jack Mac -We are joined by Josh Pray, Barstool's newest hire -Josh Pray is a CRAZY Florida Fan... -Josh Pray claims Florida is the best program in the....COUNTRY?! -3 breakout teams -3 disappointing teams -Big Ten media deal -Sam Hartman may be out for a bit, what does this mean for Wake Forest -Cons joins the show to yell at Brandon about Army -Much, much MORE! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. Skrill is the best digital wallet for sports bettors. Create your free account at https://barstool.link/SkrillBSS +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 0:00 Jack Pranked 3:05 Josh Pray Joins The Show 32:28 Brandon Is Getting Nicer? 36:27 Cons Crashes The Show 46:45 News 1:01:38 3 Up 3 Down
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Cubs outfielder Ian Happ, who shared his reaction to remaining with the team as the trade deadline passed last week before previewing the club's matchup against the Reds at the Field of Dreams on Thursday evening. After that, Bernstein and Holmes discussed alternative locations that MLB could host special event games at following the news that there won't be a Field of Dreams game in 2023. Later during the High Noon segment, Bernstein discussed a grocery store phenomenon and Holmes talked about a "lovable scoundrel."
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss Bears star linebacker Roquan Smith's trade request, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's comments explaining the league's decision to pursue a one-year suspension for Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson and more of the latest storylines from around the league. Score teammate Mark Grote then joined the show to share a live report from Bears training camp, including an analysis of the team's "all hands on deck" approach to the running game. Later during the High Noon segment, Rahimi shared the most interesting state fair foods from around the country and Bernstein explained how a spam email from a fast food burger joint didn't result in a hacking incident for thousands of customers.
Actors playing against type is the theme. Jason Priestly stars in "Coldblooded" (1995) as nice guy bookie who's forced to become a hit man. Turns out he's good at it. It could have been funnier. Dark comedies should have comedy. Tom Hanks plays against type as our second hit man in "Road to Perdition" (2002. Sam Mendes is one of the best directors in the world and even he couldn't save this film because of Hanks's miscasting. Next, Showdowns with "High Noon" (1952) and "Three O'Clock High" (1987).Thanks for listening!Did we get something wrong? Have your own recommendations? Contact the show: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/24theRoadShow
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Herb Howard of The Bigs Media to discuss Bears linebacker Roquan Smith's trade request, Steelers defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi looking healthy in training camp after failing his physical with Chicago and more. After that, Cup of Coffee newsletter writer Craig Calcaterra joined the show to discuss the Cubs parting ways with outfielder Jason Heyward, the team's Field of Dreams game against the Reds in Iowa on Thursday, the White Sox's struggles and more. Later during the High Noon segment, Bernstein had the details on a unique job opening and Holmes discussed cows ... at a ranch in Montana.
On Episode 211: -We are all together in the studio! -Oklahoma has some massive drama -A beautiful story about a Roughneck! -Brandon got mistaken for an Ole Miss fan? -Brandon had an altercation with an Iowa fan at Pup Punk! -Kayce has a [REDACTED]?!? -The best CFB roadtrip you could go on for the 2022 season with unlimited money -The coaches poll was released -Who voted for Texas?! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. BARSTOOL SPORTS CFB MERCH - Get yours today! store.barstoolsports.com HelloFresh - Go to https://barstool.link/HellofreshWalker and use code walker16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts 0:00 Cold Open 7:00 Coaches Poll 12:10 Oklahoma Coaching News 19:44 Roughneck NEWS 27:09 CFB Road Trip
Jörg und Hagen treffen sich nicht etwa zum bleihaltigen High Noon, sondern zum freundlichen Podcast-Plausch. Der Wilde Westen wird aber Thema eines Tests diese Woche, dazu kommen wir darauf zu sprechen, warum Jörg und Heinrich diese Woche Hörsäle zu Gesicht bekommen. Weiterlesen
Through the lens of Karen Southwick's book, High Noon, Cole is joined by former Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy to explore the author's work and the company's history. Scott was with Sun Microsystems as COO “In the Beginning.” In this episode, the podcast takes on an alternative format known as “In the Beginning” where we have a discussion with a founder/early executive from the foundation of a book about the company. Karen's book highlights Sun's ascent to power and the crucial role McNealy played. Cole and Scott discuss Sun's early stages, its growing pains, disputes with Microsoft, and how it became a company that helped develop the internet.
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes looked back at quarterbacks who were selected in the first round of the NFL Draft in the past 20 years and examined which ones overcame bad team situations to become great players. Will Justin Fields be able overcome his tumultuous situation with the Bears to someday become a great quarterback? Later, the guys held the High Noon segment, where Bernstein shared a story about a dangerous place to live and Holmes shared his review of Hulu's "Predator" prequel "Prey."
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In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes welcomed on 670 The Score and WBBM reporter Mark Grote for a live report from Bears training camp. Grote described the significance of Bears running back David Montgomery's comment about feeling "depressed" and also shared how the speed of a few offensive playmakers is standing out. After that, Early Odds and BetQL Daily host Joe Ostrowski joined the show to discuss the changes in the MLB betting market following the trade of star outfielder Juan Soto from the Nationals to the Padres. Later, Bernstein shared his take on the movie "Nope."
The bonus episode is all over the place this week but it's still a load of fun so tune in to hear Bruce go all in on Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris, drop a solid teaser for an upcoming FXX animated show starring Danny Devito as the Devil, and we take some unexpected detours that touch on Y2K Beanie Babies, a weirdly specific kind of action figure, and we even find the time to recommend some off-the-beaten-path movies you might want to check out. Where to watch: Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (2022) High Noon (1953) La Grande Bouffe (1972) Recent articles by Bruce Miller: 'Dr. Strange' serves as preview of coming attractions Neil Patrick Harris' 'Uncoupled' looks like another 'Sex and the City' 'Nope' offers great theories about those things that can't be explained B.J. Novak makes impressive directorial debut with crackling good comedy 'Vengeance' Jeremy Allen White learns the ins and outs of a restaurant in 'The Bear' DVD REVIEW: Brad Pitt sparks 'The Lost City' but he's not the film's focus Sioux City-bound comedian Jo Koy is eager to get back to work (but he hasn't been idle) Check out Jared on the 'On Iowa Politics Podcast' here: On Iowa Politics Follow the show: Twitter: https://twitter.com/StreamdNScreend Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/streamedandscreened Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StreamedAndScreened Streamed & Screened is a podcast about movies and TV hosted by Bruce Miller, an entertainment reporter for multiple decades who is now the editor of the Sioux City Journal, Jared McNett, a reporter for the Sioux City Journal, and Chris Lay, the podcast operations manager for Lee Enterprises.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, High Noon with Inez Stepman checks in on Russia's war against Ukraine. It can be easy to forget, considering how many problems the United States faces at home, but the war has now been raging since February, heading into its sixth month. Stepman talks to the Wall Street Journal's Jillian Melchior, who has done three on-the-ground […]
Growing is a beautiful journey as it allows us to experience and learns new things not only from our surroundings but also, and perhaps most importantly, from ourselves. We get to learn unexpected things about ourselves that we didn't know existed, but we embrace and enjoy this discovery nonetheless. Growing is also painful. When we see the progress that other people have made, we have a tendency to feel as though we are falling behind, that we are not making any progress, and end up right back where we started. Our journey to sexual integrity is both beautiful and painful, just like the process of growing. Like when we are embarking on a trip or adventure, we must be prepared, pack the essentials, and even anticipate what may occur so that we can be ready. Similarly, on every journey, we must be prepared from the moment we decide to set out on our path. We must determine what would be the biggest roadblock in our journey and be prepared to address and resolve it when faced. The beauty of our journey lies in part in our willingness to welcome discomfort along the way. Experiencing discomfort doesn't necessarily indicate pain and suffering, but it only means that we are stretching our boundaries and being truthful with ourselves on this journey. In this episode, Andrew and Benjy talk about how to keep moving forward, the steps we should take to get out of feeling stuck without going back to where we came from, and what we should do with the framework of greatness we already have. They also discuss how important it is, to be honest, why our journey to sexual integrity should be enjoyable, as well as why we shouldn't be afraid to try new things. Finding an accountability partner is an essential aspect of our journey. High Noon is a community that cultivates sexual integrity. High Noon is an accountability partner that helps people in their journey toward sexual integrity by helping them in overcoming the things that they are reluctant to let go of - the things that are preventing them from moving forward. When you embark on a journey, it can be comforting and inspiring to know that you have someone by your side who will guide you and on whom you can rely. Listen to Episode 134 to learn more! Show Notes The importance of identifying the biggest roadblock of our journey [2:20] Why should we allow ourselves to feel uncomfortable? [06:40] We all have the framework for greatness; we just need to work on fixing our lives [9:25] Why shouldn't we have high expectations for ourselves? [9:59] The Blessed Couple Podcast [13:43] We should STOP comparing our success to the success of others [14:12] Are we really fulfilling the purpose of sexual integrity? [18:09] The importance of enjoying our journey to sexual integrity [19:11] Don't be afraid to try new things [22:58]
Kristin is on vacation this week, so Bill & Dina settle in for a quick chat about future development plans in the city. Philly has some interesting developments on the horizon, and we are here for it! What housing is being built down in the Navy Yard? Are the Sixers moving from South Philly into Center City? Didn't they just build the Wells Fargo Center, like a few years ago...? How will these plans impact the city? We also talk about losing two major icons recently, and we are sad about it. RIP to Paulie Walnuts of Sopranos fame, and the Klondike Choco Taco.It's hot as hell out there, so mix your favorite beverage and join us for a cold one!Featured drinks: Modelo (fancy gold flake bottle piece), High Noon (vodka, soda, pineapple)Follow us at @homecollectivehappyhour on Instagram
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss the fallout from the Dolphins' tampering scandal and Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson's six-game suspension for personal conduct violations. Score teammate Mark Grote then joined the show live from Bears training camp. Grote discussed the nice plays made by rookie cornerback Kyler Gordon and rookie safety Jaquan Brisker during practice Wednesday, the offense's struggles and more. Later, the crew held the High Noon segment, where Bernstein shared an Associated Press story that he just had to read word-for-word, Rahimi talked about a problem in the "crypto bro" community and Holmes shared a career development for entertainer Snoop Dogg.
Hey guys! This only the second episode of our series "Candid Convos" and this time its with Uncle Dave and Aunt Mitsue of High Noon. The two started High Noon back in 2015 and have since been seeking to shed light about porn addiction, purity, and overall the misuse of sex. Join us as we sit down and talk with them about the founding of High Noon and their perspectives about porn. Join our Community!!~ ~~~Social Media Stuff~~~ https://linktr.ee/LunaStream
On Episode 210: -Brandon is back in the studio! -Every Twitter in College Football is the biggest Twitter! -Brent Venables recruiting comments -Is Brent Venables a hypocrite -The best G5 QBs -Who has the biggest brand in college football? +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 0:00 Cold Open 14:45 Have CFB fans gotten more sensitive? 21:20 Brent Venables 26:12 Hugh Freeze 31:50 Brandon Got Kayce In Trouble 38:15 Top G5 QBs 50:06 Biggest Brands
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Tribune writer and Score insider Dan Wiederer to discuss the latest from Bears training camp, including offensive lineman Teven Jenkins' odd situation as he has missed three straight practices and center Lucas Patrick's right hand injury. The guys then listened to Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams' comments Saturday as he extolled the virtues of coach Matt Eberflus' "H.I.T.S." principle. Later during the High Noon segment, Holmes quizzed Bernstein on the latest valuations of the professional sports teams in Chicago and Bernstein discussed the latest addition to a growing sports moving universe.
On Episode 209: -Brandon got into it with Big Game Boomer! -Will we have Big Game Boomer on the show anytime soon? -Best Pac 12 QBs -Roughnecks Q&A -Kayce on why we should respect Big Ten fans insanity MORE -Jack isn't a fan of this iconic play -Alabama's top 3 offensive players or Texas' top 3 offensive players? +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. 0:00 Cold Open 2:58 Intro 9:37 Jack and Brandon Debate 16:18 Brandon Twitter Spaces 27:13 Pac 12 QBs 38:24 Kayce Big Ten Take 46:46 Roughnecks Q&A
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Herb Howard of The Bigs Media to discuss Teven Jenkins' role on the Bears' offensive line, expectations for safety Eddie Jackson and more training camp storylines. Bernstein and Holmes then listened to comments from Bulls star forward DeMar DeRozan, who recently opened up about the team hitting a wall after the All-Star break, feeling depressed during free agency and a lot more. Later during the High Noon segment, Bernstein shared a story about a new approach to crime fighting and Holmes gave Score listeners a heads up on something that will be flooding their social media timelines this weekend.
Show me your guns, 23 in me a hot dog, pulling neck muscles putting a shirt on, bitch took my spot and do you job. Also, the cake is great, Debra makes ice cream now, when is too much, a least you're getting rubbed and working for High Noon's. All that and more on this episode of The Born Stupid show.
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes reacted to Bears center Lucas Patrick exiting practice early with an apparent injury before discussing edge rusher Robert Quinn voicing his desire not to be traded. Longtime college football writer Teddy Greenstein then joined the show to discuss his book "Quarterback Dads -- Wise Words for Players and Parents." Later during the High Noon segment, Bernstein and Holmes discussed the anniversary of the song "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.
“Into the Woods” Extends (Shocking, I Know!), Roth & Arden to Bring “High Noon” to Broadway, Lena Hall to Join “Little Shop” “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Ashley Steves email@example.com | read more The post Today on Broadway: Thursday, July 28, 2022 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
As always, the last Wednesday of the month on High Noon is reserved for the docket episodes with Emily Jashinsky, wherein Inez and Emily chat about the stories that caught their attention over the past several weeks as deserving of a second look. Stepman and Jashinsky discussed the legacy media's emotionally satisfying freakout over Republican politicians […]
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss the contract dispute between star linebacker Roquan Smith and the Bears, the clause in Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray's contract that requires him to engage in at least four hours of "independent study” during each week of the season and more of the latest NFL storylines. Bernstein, Holmes and Rahimi then shared their takeaways from Bears coach Matt Eberflus' interview on the Mully & Haugh Show earlier in the morning. Later, during the High Noon segment, Bernstein corrected a story from Tuesday, Holmes shared something fun sent to him by a Score listener and Rahimi sounded off about a discontinued food item.
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi were joined by Score host/reporter Mark Grote to discuss his takeaways from the Bears' press conference with general manager Ryan Poles and coach Matt Eberflus on Tuesday as the team gets ready to open training camp. Later, Bernstein and Rahimi held their High Noon segment, where Bernstein had a a quiz on a brand benefitting from inflationary pressure and Rahimi had a story about a walrus causing trouble in Norway.
Summary On the show this week is tattoo artist and actor, Sam Suarez, a.k.a High Noon. A star of Tattoo Nightmares Miami, Sam offers a unique insider perspective into the art of tattooing, as well as how he has translated that experience into acting. Plenty of bad tattoos are discussed, as well as the larger themes of transparency and transformation. Make sure you don't miss out on this contribution to our larger discussion of authenticity! Episode Highlights
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi discussed where the Bears' Justin Fields ranked in the Athletic's recent tiers of NFL quarterbacks. They then discussed the class of 2022 that was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday. Later, during their High Noon segment, Bernstein shared a story about the perfect time and place for a plane crash and Rahimi shared a story about Bernstein's favorite bird.
On Episode 207: -SEC media days has finished -Jimbo Fisher has gone soft? -The 7 best Big Ten QBs -The best games every week 1-5 -The biggest games every week 1-5 -The actual biggest games every week 1-5 -The upsets every week 1-5 -Will Levis like mayo in his coffee? -When will hate week happen? -Does Pat Narduzzi know what he is doing? -Clark Lea believes Vanderbilt will be WHAT?! -Kirby Smart has a new contract. -Brandon has a message for Kayce's dad! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. HelloFresh - Go to https://barstool.link/HellofreshWalker and use code walker16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts Roman - Go to https://barstool.link/WalkerRoman to get your first month of Swipes for just $5 when you choose a monthly plan. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 0:00 Cold Open 5:15 Intro 9:46 Pat Narduzzi Quote 14:43 Jimbo Is A SOFTEE 26:10 Kirby Smart Contract 28:30 Big Ten QB Rankings 42:37 Week 1 55:15 Week 2 1:01:02 Week 3 1:08:20 Week 4 1:17:32 Week 5
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss Bears quarterback Justin Fields' development, whether the NFL should be worried about a LIV Golf-style competitor and more. The guys then continued their conversation about Fields' development. Later during the High Noon segment, Bernstein had a story about an American hero and Holmes shared his favorite moment from Alabama coach Nick Saban's press conference at SEC media day.
This week’s guest is former Senate staffer and Conservative Policy Institute Policy Director Rachel Bovard. Rachel and Inez discuss the contours of our new public-private partnership in tyranny, the novelty of the power woke tech companies wield across national borders, and whether there will ever be a revolt of the competent within the tech […]
When we own something, we treat it with respect, take care of it, are aware of when something is wrong, and we are able to fix it on our own. However, when we have something that we don't own or are the "renter" of, we often have no knowledge about it, give it little attention, and have no understanding of how to fix it when anything goes wrong. Porn and sexual deviance are destructive habits that some people develop because they seek to escape from their traumas. These are areas of our lives for which we take no responsibility, so we are unaware of our ability to heal from them. When we fully own and begin reclaiming those broken areas of our lives, we can also begin to evaluate our lives, connect to the person we want to be, and get rid of those unhealthy habits. Owning our sexuality entails loving ourselves beyond all else. This means that we must always learn to treat ourselves with respect and kindness. We cannot fully love another person if we do not first love ourselves as we cannot really offer what we do not have. Our sexuality should be a reflection of who we aspire to become. When we learn to fully own our sexuality, we can see how valuable and beautiful we are and that we are the person we have been yearning for all along. In this episode, Andrew, Benjy, and special guest Eric talk about what it means to be an owner and a renter, as well as how to fully own and take control of our sexuality. They discuss different analogies of what ownership means and how we can use those definitions to apply them to why we should take control of our sexuality. A lot of us believe that everyone will eventually cross paths with someone who can mend the broken parts of our lives. Many times we are so focused on searching for that right person when all we really need is the courage and bravery to finally take control of our lives and our destiny as we are the only ones who can truly make us whole. Listen to Episode 132 to learn more! Show Notes The difference between an owner and a renter of your sexuality [2:07] The definition of ownership [7:26] Why should we claim ownership of our sexuality? [8:17] Why does unconditional commitment matter the most in a relationship? [9:54] The value of being accountable for our own lives [13:47] Why do some people enter marriage as ‘renters'? [15:08] Why should our sexuality mirror who we want to be? [15:42] Our limitation isn't a burden but a gift [15:59] The limitations we impose on ourselves are all our responsibility. [17:12] Why should we take back control of the areas of our lives where we don't do so? [19:08] The essence of High Noon organization [25:13]
On Episode 206: -Brandon got into a fight with all of Clemson Twitter -Who has the biggest cult in CFB? -7 best SEC QBs -A NEW gripe with Texas A&M fans.. -Is Arch Manning actually a 5* QB? -Who will start for Texas A&M this year? -Can Jim Knowles improve the Ohio State defense to lead them to a national championship? +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water.
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Evan Altman of Cubs Insider to discuss the state of the team at the All-Star break, its selection of Oklahoma right-hander Cade Horton with the No. 7 overall pick in the MLB Draft and more. The guys then discussed a comment that Cubs manager David Ross made about how his players fought against the Mets and why it speaks volume about the team's direction. Later, Bernstein shared a story about a major heist and Holmes shared his review of the movie "Thor: Love and Thunder" during the High Noon segment.
On episode 205: -Katie messed up Brandon's QB list so he is FURIOUS -We rank the 7 best ACC QBs heading into the 2022 season -It is time to TIER! -We look at teams from the top of the P5 to the bottom. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. Skrill - Skrill is the best digital wallet for sports bettors. Create your free account at https://barstool.link/SkrillBSS HelloFresh - Go to https://barstool.link/HellofreshWalker and use code walker16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts Earnest - Refinance your student debt at https://barstool.link/Earnest
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Cody Decker of Audacy Sports to discuss whether the White Sox can sustain the level of joy they displayed in their 12-2 rout of the Twins on Thursday, how he's helping with the Home Run Derby and more. After that, BetQL Daily host Joe Ostrowski joined the show to discuss where the White Sox's latest World Series odds sit, where White Sox manager Tony La Russa and Cubs manager David Ross are in the odds to be the next manager fired and more. Later during the High Noon segment, Bernstein gave merit to an annual story he typically dismisses and Holmes explains why he has the feeling the NFL is trying to expand.
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss the Bears acquiring receiver N'Keal Harry from the Patriots, the Panthers' trade with the Browns to acquire quarterback Baker Mayfield and more of the latest NFL storylines. Bernstein, Holmes and Rahimi then reacted to the Blue Jays firing manager Charlie Montoyo. Later, Holmes discussed a new development in the NBA and Rahimi shared a story about a very old cat during the High Noon segment.
On Episode 204: -We are BACK...kind of. -Brandon is in Mississippi. -A lot has happened in CFB -USC and UCLA are in the Big Ten -Are we going towards the DEATH of CFB? -Will ESPN/FOX one day take control of CFB? -A big announcement! -If you were starting a conference today...who would be your #1 pick? -Is Notre Dame or USC a bigger brand in CFB? -MUCH MUCH MORE! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water.
On tonight's edition of the Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano quenches his thirst. You know we're about to start the weekend when you hear the Ask Frank Anything sounder, which is exactly how we started the first hour of tonight's show. Later, a legal panel comprised of Andrew McKenna, Deputy Director National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence in Westchester, Domenick Crispino, ex-attorney, ex-convict and legal commentator and Richard Luthmann, former attorney and convicted felon joins the show to discuss all-things law. We also go over Denunciations and pay tribute to the late great actor James Caan. You can always count on TOSOM to start your weekend off right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the second hour, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi welcomed on Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss the possibility of the city of Chicago adding a dome to Soldier Field in an effort to entice the Bears to remain instead of leaving for Arlington Heights. Holmes and Rahimi then were joined by former Score personality and Bally Sports writer Maggie Hendricks to discuss the upcoming WNBA All-Star Game, which is being held in Chicago, as well as the success of Candace Parker and the Sky. Later, Holmes and Rahimi conducted their High Noon segment.
This week on High Noon, young conservative writer Nate Hochman of National Review comes on to discuss the future of the increasingly post-religious right. Inez and Nate discuss how decreasing religiosity is changing the contours of the right and its coalitions; the rifts issues like abortion could open up between newly recruited anti-woke factions like “barstool […]
In the second hour, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by Zach Harper of the Athletic to discuss how close the Bulls were to making a trade with the Jazz for center Rudy Gobert, what the Nets can expect in return when they trade star Kevin Durant and more. Cubs outfielder Ian Happ then joined the show to discuss outfielder Seiya Suzuki hitting an inside-the-park home run Monday, staying mentally engaged during the season and much more. Later, during their High Noon segment, Holmes and Rahimi played audio of a classic 670 The Score moment.
On episode 203: -We announce the death of the OFFSEASON -Miami allegedly gave 9.5 million to a 4-star QB? -Oh yeah...Arch Manning is going to Texas. -Brandon is a recruiting guy now? -Class of 2023 is loaded with QB talent -We give 8 win totals bets....4 overs and 4 unders -The future of CFB is here and the most interesting teams are the ones that haven't been winning +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. ROMAN - Go to https://barstool.link/WalkerRoman and get $10 off when you choose a monthly plan.
Inez Stepman is a senior policy analyst at Independent Women's Forum, has over a decade of experience in education policy, and also handles issues related to the definition of sex in law and culture. She sits down with Bridget to discuss why you can't sit out the culture war in this day and age because it will come through your door, how we get a false sense of security from people who are defecting from the hard, woke Left, when in fact their ideals are being insitutionalized at a rapid pace, why it's going to get worse before it gets better, and the overturning of Roe v. Wade which happened the day they sat down to talk. They cover the legal ground the case was based on, the complexities and nuances of the abortion debate, and where both sides of the debate run into trouble. Check out Inez's podcast High Noon , featuring conversations that make possible a free society.
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes discussed the latest reporting on players who have been connected to the Bulls ahead of the opening of free agency on Thursday at 5 p.m. The guys then listened to a White Sox rival demolish the Twins on Wednesday night. Later, Bernstein shared an update on a fugitive and Holmes shared a feel-good baseball story during the daily High Noon segment.
Madeleine Kearns of National Review joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss the Dobbs decision and the fall of Roe v. Wade. They also discuss President Biden's proposed revisions to Title IX policy and Emily's recent reporting trip to northern Mexico. — High Noon is an intellectual download featuring conversations that make possible a free society. The podcast features interesting thinkers from all […]
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein, Laurence Holmes, and Leila Rahimi were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss the latest on the the Deshaun Watson disciplinary hearing, the NFL hiring an in-house betting boss and more of the latest NFL storylines. They then discussed the training video of #Bears QB Justin Fields that went viral. Later, they had the "High Noon" segment, discussing some of the most interesting and wild stories from Chicago and around the world.
On Episode 201: -Brandon Walker returns! -Marcus Freeman called out Ohio State...again -Texas A&M wants Saban suspended? -Kayce is off to Omaha! -It's a QB episode!!!! -Who is the best QB in each conference? -Who is going to be the most disappointing QB in each conference? -Who is the most important QB in each conference? -The best newcomer QB in each conference? -Can Nebraska put together an 8 or 9 win season? -What does a disappointing season look like for Oklahoma? -Coaches on the hot seat! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice, and sparkling water. ROMAN - Go to https://barstool.link/WalkerRoman and get $10 off when you choose a monthly plan. Better Help - Go to https://barstool.link/BetterHelpUR for 10% off your first month +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 0:00 Intro + QB Talk 9:56 News 23:38 10 Biggest Questions For CFB 58:00 Talking QBs