Modern society sometimes takes humor for granted and, sadly, it sometimes also aims to kill the comedic messenger. But comedians simply see the world through a different lens than most of us and have life-sensitivity, the same way someone might have light-sensitivity, that won't let them keep their mouth shut. Listen to Reese and Jeff cut through the thick layer that is comedy's cloth. Follow Reese:Instagram: @reesewatersYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/reesewaters“Sips of Success” is a truthful and transparent conversation with a variety of guests spanning the four primary categories the show is anchored upon: Tech, Entertainment, Lifestyle and Personal Wellness. These relatable moments bring the audience closer to who the guest really is and how they reached success.Follow Jeff:Instagram: @sipsofsuccessEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://sipsuccess.com/About Jeff Justice: There was once a thing called “radio”-- Jeff had shows there. There were also things called “CDs”-- he Exec Produced music on those. Now, Jeff Justice is lending his voice back to the digital world in his podcast, Sips of Success. Having a wide, well-rounded network and friend-group, Jeff has spent plenty of time casually conversing with people that are well-known but not always easily accessible. What always surprises those in earshot of those conversations is the ease with which they reach depth and that one (or both) people find out something new about themselves each time. Jeff pulls all of his experiences into the mix to make an enjoyable, easy-to-listen show that hopes to send listeners away with something valuable and new from each episode.
There is progress and that would be a good thing, except for the fact that there is an area in this region that has already gotten sports betting right. Reese has some thoughts about how Maryland and DC are trying to catch up to Virginia.
The great Lou Holder joins Reese to discuss the Commanders training camp and being a long standing member of the DC sports media. There is a new edition of Halftime, and Reese talks about Ric Flair's new chicken wing joint.
Every Monday at 1:30 in the afternoon Reese takes some time to break down one or two stories that are unequivocally the Worst of the Weekend. Today he talks about the bloody spectacle that was the Ric Flair's last match show in Tennessee.
Every week Reese looks at all of the folks that make this possible and really are just like us. This week Reese discusses an old Astros fan acting a fool and a paid member of security ignoring his job to have a moment.
Reese Waters is back from a tumultuous time off battling the scourges of illness and he is here right on time especially since the Commanders are getting on the practice field this week. What are the big stories and what does Reese think of this and the way that he is recovering from being on the shelf?
A classic bit from Reese while he is out right now. Back when the latest cycle of Commanders stadium chatter started, Reese compared the team and stadium situation to our local public transportation and it worked on many levels.
Scott Jackson was in for Reese Waters today and spent the first hour looking at the most recent rumors about Juan Soto and if there is going to be a trade. He also put together a Mount Trashmore of the worst athletes who have ever played here.
Reese Waters is out today, but in his place we have Scott Jackson. He's discussing Juan Soto and what the pros and cons of getting value for him is. Can equal value be had? Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post stops by and more.
College football news, NFL QB news and much more in the final installment of the show today. Scott Jackson is in for Reese Waters and he talks to Heath Cline and takes calls from some listeners on the weird phone lines.
Can Chase return and be better than before? What players are poised to break out next year? How many wins and what can we expect from this team? There is a lot to discuss as it applies to the upcoming season.
Reese talks with Kurt Badenhausen of Sportico about a report regarding the lack of revenue that the Commanders are bringing in. What is making the best top teams the top earners and how can that change in DC? Reese also gets all of the best stories we may have missed in a new edition of Halftime!
Running from the law, the press and the parents. Dan Snyder does not plan to return to the United States until the entire United States government has changed over. Reese reacts to comments made that imply a real disclosure on information and closure of this story will ever happen.
Reese talks to the great reporter and podcaster from the Athletic, Richard Deitsch about the LIV Golf Tour, Dan Snyder and much more. He takes the last calls of the show and explores the way that baseball teams are allowed to send skeleton crews to Canada because of their vax status, but the same thing was not true in other sports.
Back when Trent Williams was a young player in the NFL, the Burgundy and Gold had already cashed in all of their nostalgia capital. Now he's gone, the team never stopped doing it and they are using him to inspire the people who buy tickets. Reese talks about this with Lake Lewis before taking more calls about it.