On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about the rumors swirling around indicating that DeAndre Hopkins has potentially 5 suitors for a trade including the Bills, Ravens, Patriots, Raiders, and Falcons, when this Aaron Rodgers deal is going to get done, CJ Stroud seeming like the #1 pick, Bryce Young's pro day, and much more. Joining the progrum to chat about an upcoming pickleball tournament he'll be participating in for 1 million dollars and whether or not he's gotten into the pickleball craze is 7x major champion, the only player with 70+ singles and doubles titles, one of the greatest tennis players of all-time (12:49-30:10). Later, 4x NBA Champion, 3x Finals MVP, MVP, 15x All-Star, Hall of Fame, businessman, co-host of Inside the NBA, Shaquille O'Neal joins the show to chat about his career, his business acumen, and to set the story straight about what really happened in that Atlanta airport with Pacman (1:38:59-1:57:54). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you next week, cheers.
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On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about last night's World Baseball Classic Final which saw Team Japan beating the United States 3-2, why it was great for baseball, and everything else happening around the NFL, and March Madness as we approach the Sweet Sixteen. Joining the progrum to chat about the World Baseball Classic and why it is the perfect thing for baseball at this time is 3x All-Star, member of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, MLB Network Analyst, and host of The Mayor's Office, “The Mayor,” Sean Casey (45:42-1:03:23). Next, ESPN College GameDay host for both football and baseketball, Rece Davis joins the progrum to chat about his Sweet Sixteen picks and who he likes moving forward in the tournament (1:24:29-1:58:29). Later, 3x Pro Bowler, #13 pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, a man who just reset the offensive tackle market for the 2nd time, Tackle for the Houston Texans, Laremy Tunsil joins the show to chat about making a deal, doing business for himself, which QB he likes in the draft, and the legend that is Saint Omni (2:10:52-2:24:40). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, and the boys chat about the World Baseball Classic Final tonight between the United States and Japan, why the baseball has been so electric, the dominance of Shohei Ohtani, and everything happening around the NFL with free agency, Lamar Jackson and Saint Omni allegedly combining forces, and more. Joining the progrum to chat about the rookie QB's in this years draft, who he likes, where he thinks guys will wind up, why he thinks the Lamar Jackson situation is playing out the way it has, and his thoughts on free agency as a whole is 12 year NFL veteran at Quarterback, ESPN NFL analyst, and friend of the show, Dan Orlovsky (24:38-1:10:12). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about all the fallout from yesterday's Aaron Rodgers conversation, who actually has all the leverage in the situation, and how eerily similar this whole situation feels for Packers fans. Joining the progrum fresh off signing a new contract with the Buffalo Bills is All-Pro, Pro Bowl Safety, Jordan Poyer. Jordan discusses how stressful the whole situation was, how close he was to signing with another team, how excited he is to be back in Buffalo, what he thinks the Bills need to do to get over the hump this year, and much more (1:07:17-1:33:46). Later, 2x broadcasting Hall of Famer, host of Get Up! and several other shows on ESPN, Mike Greenberg joins the show to chat about his excitement for the Jets after yesterday's conversation with Aaron Rodgers, what this would mean for the Jets, why he wants this to get done right now, and what it would mean for the Jets to win a Super Bowl (1:54:31-2:28:10). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
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On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, AJ Hawk, and the boys continue to chat about all the different free agent moves happening around the NFL as they wait for a massive conversation with 4x MVP, Super Bowl Champion/MVP, Aaron Rodgers. Aaron joins the progrum to clear up all the rumors surrounding him, state his intention of playing in New York for the Jets next year, how he got to this point, what he thought about during his darkness retreat, what the hold ups have been thus far between the Packers and the Jets, and much much more in a conversation that the world has been waiting for (53:56-1:51:11). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, AJ Hawk, and the boys continue to chat about all the different free agent moves, await Aaron Rodgers, the Jets, and the Packers decision about his future, and react to the big news that Darren Wallen has been traded to the Giants. Joining the progrum to chat about all the different moves being made in free agency so far, what his week has been like so far, his thoughts on what will happen with Aaron Rodgers and the Jets, and what we can expect over the next few days is NFL Insider for The Score and friend of the show, Jordan Schultz (24:18-41:59). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, AJ Hawk, and the boys react live to everything happening around the league as the legal tampering period of free agency has officially started and players are agreeing to deals with new teams left and right, they continue to keep on Aaron Rodgers' looming decision, chat about Jalen Ramsey getting dealt to the Dolphins, and everything else happening around the NFL. Joining the progrum to break down everything that happened last night in the NCAA Selection Show, what we should keep an eye out for as we prepare for March Madness, who the prohibitive favorite might be, and everything else going on in the college basketball world is the host of College GameDay for both football and basketball, and friend of the show, Rece Davis (2:24:43-2:49:27). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat more about why teams seemingly aren't interested in Lamar Jackson, if not having an agent is holding him back in getting a deal done, the latest on the Aaron Rodgers to the Jets situation, and everything else happening around the NFL as we prepare for teams to make cuts and get under the salary cap. Joining the show is 2x Super Bowl Champion, former GM of the Cleveland Browns, Special Assistant to the coaching staff of the New England Patriots, host of the GM Shuffle podcast and the Lombardi Line, NY Times best selling author, Michael Lombardi to discuss the Lamar Jackson situation, what he thinks is ultimately going to happen with Aaron Rodgers, why he thinks the Rams are shopping Matthew Stafford, and much more (20:30-59:41). Next, the President of the UFC, Dana White joins the progrum to chat about Jon Jones' return to the Octagon, the upcoming Conor McGregor vs. Michael Chandler fight, his plans for the slap league, and his disdain for certain journalists (1:24:49-1:54:27). Lastly, 2x Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl MVP, 7x All-Pro, 8x Pro Bowler, and future Hall of Famer, Von Miller joins the show to chat about his offseason rehab, his thoughts on the Lamar Jackson contract situation, shadowing Bills GM Brandon Beane at the combine, and more (2:02:33-2:22:42). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
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Audio file RIPMEDICALDEBTDRAGSHOW.mp3 Transcript Good morning, comrades. You're listening to I'm just said WMNF like that is the community radio station. When I grew up in Saint Petersburg, like Tampa Bay, it was like in NPR affiliate and everything. But this is not WMNF. This is WHIV. 102.3 low Power FM I'm a little throwed right now. This is Robert of good morning. Comrade Jeff has made his way back to fight for labor rights in Virginia, right? I'm a little throwed because we're not recording in the studio. This is not live, so please hold all calls. But this is in the home studio. And I'm with my lovely wife Aaron, who is a in and out, you know, guest. Of the podcast also host guest licensed mental health profession. And she's here. So it's like having your very own doctor Katz. I'm also in the world's squeakiest chair, so sorry, everybody. It's very squeaked out. And also I have really bad vocal fry. So your. Vocal fry is fine. You it's authoritative. No, apparently no amount. How do you figure that? Because I've I've spoken to Ben. That men are trash like you've told me this. On various occasions. So why are we concerned of what men think? Because your listeners, you're. Mostly men. I'm. Assuming, I mean they are when I run the when I run the, I'm trash I'm I'm trash. You guys aren't. Trash, though, so that's so don't complain about my. Local fry, so we'll be fine. We're all good. No, there is definitely a trash can that lives inside of me. So and also I just had to grab my keyboard from because we have our cat Ozzie, who is chilling out, but he loves to like lay on the keyboard and then it's just like a random like, what's going to happen when he does it. Usually he screws up video games. He's trying to screw up recording of a podcast right now, but he's such a. Our other at Henry likes to attack my laptop when I'm using it, especially when I'm on a training or a conference call and she likes to send fund messages to the other participants. Good boy. That's so awesome. And then I get a bunch of messages back. I think your cat sent me a message. And it's like, yes. Yeah. What did it say? No, mostly it was like a lot. Of days and ages. Ohh, a sassy a sketch lot of case. No, that's where she. That's where she was standing. Lot of case sassy, sassy cats, sassy cats. JKL drive. What's going on, Aaron? Somebody tried to steal our cat? I found out. I guess that's going on OK. Speaking of cats. So I come home and like both of our neighbors, our neighbor from up the block and and our neighbor next door is like there was a guy cause we have a, you know, our we have cats who have three cats and they're like indoor outdoor cats and. And before you all come for us, we tried to make them be indoor cats. And these cats have figured out how to escape from the house. Robert came into our room, just not 15 minutes ago and stated that our cat Annie had we took away her normal. Escape route. She normally jumps on top of Roberts Arcade cabinet and then into the cabinet above our closet, and then shimmies up the air conditioning vent. Because, you know, she really wants to get outside. To the attic. But we moved to the video Gamer Cabinet video cabinet, anybody? Over the age of. Well, so we move that. So she just scaled the wall. Yeah, she just was like Spiderman and just dug 1 claw into another and just vertically straight vertically scale. I think she looked back at me like she surprised herself like she's plotting it. She's like, I don't know. But I'm gonna give it. We can give. It a A you know, a world. And then she was just up in the crawl space, looking down at me like. Man, I did it. Like there's literal cat claw. Like in the wall. I'm looking at. So, yeah. So we did really try to make these cats stay indoors. They just refused. But yeah, so both our neighbors are like, hey, we have a cat Annie who, like, runs wild and free. So anyway. And like she just, you know, hangs out with everybody. She comes with us when we walk our dog, she walks it. She walks with us around the block. She just, you know, we'll get pets from everybody. Well, apparently there was some, like, hipster. Dude, they they described him as a tall white guy. Thin, with short shorts on cowboy cowboy boots and a tank top. And I'm like this man came straight out of the Bywater to try to steal my cat. They said he just he like and he came over to him for some pets. He picked up Annie and just started walking down the street and Annie was like, screaming bloody murder, like trying to get away and our neighbor. That came out like what's going on and was like, you put that cat down right now like, because that's not your cat. That's the blocks cat. She is truly the blocks cat. I get sad about it sometimes cuz I did want her to be my cat. Which is why I adopted her. That you know the block needed her and she showed up, you know? She answered the call. It's insane. How's how's work going for you? Works good. We're finally staffed properly because they decided to give us. All of. A praise so. That's great. Yay. Yeah, that's crazy. You know, you get to like, you give people more money, they're more willing to. They want to do things. Work for you? But yeah, I can't really talk about my work just because HIPAA, but yeah. People are still struggling. It's pretty bad out there. Yeah, it's not. As bad as it could be, but it's. Did you see? I guess we'll just do like. We'll we'll eat our we'll take our eat our vegetables first before uhm. Our dessert, did you see in Tennessee, the governor has the Governor of Tennessee has signed a bill that's going to. Make drag shows illegal. Which I truly don't understand because Nashville is The Bachelorette capital of the world. From what I understand, and I don't understand how you can have a Bachelorette party without a drag brush. Yeah, I mean, I can't go back to Nashville now, but yeah, he's a trash bag for sure. But did you see on top of that, on top of all that pictures were dug up of him in high school at a powder puff football game? So funny and it's sad, but funny. So he is. He is in a dress. And literally like the reporter that confronted him with, it was like. Like it must be like 4 Chan news.com cause he literally said is this you this you? What do you got to say about this? And he was just like, oh, that was in good fun. Yeah, every drag brunch I've ever been to has been in good fun too, so I don't understand drag show. I know. I shouldn't just keep saying drag brunch. I'm just really basic. You just you just gotta have eggs with your. So that's mostly when I see drag. You gotta have eggs with your drag show. I'm either watching drag wrestling or I'm on drag brunch. There's truly no in between for me. And dry wrestling about two weeks ago, that was. Pretty good that. Was great. It was pretty nice. It was fantastic. But this is, you know, I not to be talked kind of light hearted about something so terrible. But you know. My mom has. Sometimes has asked me, you know, why I'm. I'm kind of down frequently and I don't really know how to explain to her that I have a really sick feeling in my stomach that. You know how similar the times are to the Weimar Republic and what came after the Weimar Republic is not something that. I particularly want to live through. Or have ever have happened. Again, again, again. Yeah, I'm not looking forward. To the the reboot of cabaret. Like, that's not a thing I want. To watch. And ironically, they probably wouldn't allow. Well, that's the whole point. That's the point of the original one, is it not? I've never seen it. I'm going to. Be honest with you. Honestly, I've never seen it either, but the premise makes me mad because I'm like, if you people were in the street instead of like, come to the cab or maybe. Y'all could have done something about this. We might be being really unduly harsh on characters of cabaret. Probably more likely. Please let us know but. I you know, the targeting of trans people and not that drag people drag Queens and kings are trans all the time, you know, but just targeting the because you actually look at the law, it does ban trans people from performing anything. Because it's specific to, I think it says the language is something like performing in the cultural makeup, including dress accessories. You know, style all of that of the a person who's the opposite of the gender you were assigned at birth. So essentially it's not drag, it's it's trans people doing anything in front of other people ever. And that's really scary. That is really scary. You know, it's it's the cliche. At this point, but the reason the reason? It gets said so much is because it's true. It's, you know, they. Came for the communists and and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a communist. They came for the Jews. I didn't speak up. I wasn't a Jew. They came for the Catholics. I I am Catholic. But you know what I'm talking about. And it's just. I just. I don't really. Know what to do with my feelings about it. To be honest. Because, because again, like it's so stupid. Like it's so stupid that you it's almost as if you don't want to take it seriously because they're just so outlandish and buffoonish. But, you know, even, and that's part of that's part of the poison of it. Is that they are so goofy and so hypocritical and so out of control that it almost becomes not real, which I think is something that happened a lot during the Trump administration. So, you know, I don't, I don't know what to do. So just to get. To get the full scope of this, I'll read this is from cnn.com because you you're saying how bands, all performances and I can't remember. I I'm sure I've read this already, but I just can't remember this specifics. It's like my brain wanted to block them out. So let's see CNN politics by Shawna Mizzell March 2nd. 2023 Tennessee becomes first state in 20, 2020 to restrict drag performances. Republican Governor Bill Lee signed into law Thursday afternoon that will restrict public drug show performances in Tennessee, making his state the first to do so this year. The state Senate passed the bill earlier Thursday, along with party along party lines, to admit adult cabaret performances on public. Again, my cat just moved my mouse public property so as to shield them from the view of children threatening violators with a misdemeanor and repeat offenders with a felony. The bill, which the Tennessee House passed last week, defines an adult cabaret performance as a performance that features topless dancers, go go dancers, exotic dancers, strippers. Male or female impersonators who provide entertainment that appeals to a what is that word? It's not. Period periods. That is my new SAT word. It means up period means basically blue. Like it means it means like you know, I don't know what upsetted he is, but I can't say what asity is. But I know when I see period. You all right? That's a wild word. Republicans hold supermajorities in both the House and the Senate. The law will go into effect on July 1st, 2023. Tennessee measure is the first of nearly a dozen such bills presently working their way through the GOP LED state legislatures. Republican state the performances expose children to sexual themes and imagery that are inappropriate, a claim rejected by advocates who say the proposed measures are discriminatory against the LGBT. New community and could violate First Amendment laws. Yeah, I wonder. Yeah, like this feels like something. The ACL, this. This feels like an ACLU slam dunk, but we'll see. But it doesn't matter because it doesn't matter if it gets. Repealed or not? There's already a chilling effect. That's the point. The cruelty is the point not to actually protect children from anything. See as. Blah blah blah blah blah as transgender issues and drag culture are increasingly becoming more mainstream. Such shows, which often feature men dressing as women and exaggerated makeup while singing or entertaining a crowd. Though some shows feature body or content, have occasionally been the target of attacks, and LGBTQ advocates say the bills under consideration add to a heightened state of alarm for the community. Like I said, it's the chilling effect they want. It's the chilling effect. They're going to get. Republicans state Senator Jack Johnson. Who sponsored the Tennessee legislation, told CNN on Thursday that the bill was not meant to target drag performances or transgender. People except you just literally spelled out in the language of the bill what a drag show is. That's that's wild that that is. That is 1987, George. Orwen. Well, that's how they. Get around the ohh that was all in good fun because of course the. High school. Actually, I should even say, of course, but theoretically, a high school skit is probably not going to have a lot of, like sexual nature. And like a lot of body this, but why am I like I there was a guy. In my high school. He used to show us all his Beatus like frequently. Yeah, this was before me too, but. And then I fell in love. Then I reflected on it as an adult and I was like, why didn't any of? The teachers stop that. Ohh it was like a known. Thing. Ohh yeah. Yeah, it was a theater thing. Oh God. perient shows and it's like, OK. Yeah, maybe they're not doing like old school vaudeville acts, but you know. What are they going to call body? What are they going to call period. I wish they hadn't written that word. That's that's a wild world, yeah. That's a wild word, but it's it's like, OK, so if you have a trans comic and they're talking about their dating life and they're talking about their sex life, is that going to be considered something that's too much that's, you know, afoul of the law? You know, it's there's a law. If you are a CIS woman who likes to dress. More masculine and you're in a show. Are they going to consider that to be you are dressing in the some a clothing of a gender other than your assigned birth? You know it's it's just, you know, and and we're we should be used to these things by now because I mean it's it's. I'm not gonna say it started with Trump because it obviously didn't, but it, you know, the last four years they've gotten especially ridiculous with their their language and their and their long. But yeah, it's it's, it is wild. Our dog's. Being very bad right now. OK. So our little dog is being super bad. All our animals like these animals are smarter than they lead on because they just like, oh, are you trying to do something or are you trying to do a thing that, like, requires some kind of like concentration and quiet? So now it's time for me to get all my big feelings. Getting rowdy, we're getting rowdy. They're the worst. And then Henry just, I don't know. Is this a cat thing? They every time they know they're being bad. And and you start to say. Stop doing that. They stop and start grooming. Like who? Me couldn't possibly be. Oh my God this. This little cat. I love, I love them, but they are. Awful real bad. They're real bad. Love them, but they're real bad. So yeah, we're talking about how. The United States is kind of becoming a hellscape. Drag is like you cannot be a assigned male at birth and wear a a dress and sing a song in the state of Tennessee anymore. And like I said, the the the really interesting bit is that. Keep reading from the CNN article ahead of the bill signing. Lee the governor faced accusations of hypocrisy after an unidentified Reddit user posted a photo from 1977 high school. His 1977 high school yearbook, which purports to show the future governor dressed in women's clothing and a wig. Alongside female students dressed in men's suits, we had this when I was in high school because I'm old enough and. No, everybody's high school, everybody. Ohh y'all had that too. It's power, power, power, whatever. Everybody's high school. Has the. Oh, no, I was. Just gonna say dude dressed and dressed. Oh, it's like. Oh, I was gonna say the girls played football and then the guys were cheerleaders or whatever. That's why I assume I saw this picture. It's it. But like that's why I assumed it's from. But no, he like, like I said earlier, he responded to that. Oh, that was that's. But that's different though. Just like you know, normal scumbag behavior. But like you said, you don't know what to do and then I have to repeat what I've said. I've said many a time on this on this show is that you know, we have to embrace the struggle. The struggle is going to go on after we're dead. But take heart, knowing that when they start doing stuff like this. What they have been doing, they're losing. They're like the reactionaries are losing. This is the safest time in human history. A new world? A new. I just feel like. They've said that in the Vimar Republic too. World is struggling to be born. No, I don't think so. No, I don't. I know. I I've watched them. To be honest, I've watched documentaries about the Vimar Republic and people were way. I know what you're saying and I I think it's a good analogy, but people were way more apathetic because they had just come off of World War One where Germany took a Big L. I forgot that and that was. Yeah, that. Was OK. Fair so yeah. OK, that's something. It's not as bad as the vimar public yet, OK? No, it's not. It's not. But like these are. These are definitely things to be aware of. So when I say like we do live in the safest time in human history, that doesn't mean like people are not gonna. There's not stochastic terrorism. People aren't going to be killed and hurt by these reactionaries, and people's lives aren't going to be ruined. But. And you take a step back and you look at, you know, the macro picture of time. We are winning. We will win. Culture never locks in the conservative the idea of a conservative movement is the idea on its face is dead on arrival because you cannot conserve culture. Culture will change. It's going to change the things that conservatives enjoy now were the, you know. 100 years ago liberal positions and we keep backing them into more and more. Well, we can't come right out and hate. You know queer people, so we've got to do this indie. Around again and. And make up lies about how drag they're all groomers and how drag story hour is is grooming your children. And let's not get it twisted. This is not specifically, this is obviously about LGBTQ people and and targeting them, but it is not just about targeting LGBTQ people. They're targeting the idea of satirizing a a social norm, a gender, you know, a gender norm is a social construct. And drag is, you know its whole purpose is to satirize, you know, the expression of that social construct. And so. The idea that we're banning that it's like, OK, well, what other social constructs are we not going to be able to talk about? And we're not gonna be able to laugh about and right next. And that's, you know, I like to think anybody listening to this show, you know, cares about the fact that they're targeting LGBTQ people anyway. But I do think that there's a lot of people. Who would be apathetic to the idea of banning a drag show? Because maybe they don't go to them, they're just they don't know what's in a drag flow, but kind of if you're talking to someone like that, it's it's not about the show itself, it's about the satirization of a social norm, and it's about. Not wanting to make fun of things that are are conservative, I mean, you know, you know, typical gender norms are, you know, the gender by an area that's a very conservative idea. And so it's it's about not moving forward with with changing societal ideas and expectations, you know. It's it's they want to go back to the 50s with all of the nonsense and terribleness. And I think that message could possibly, you know, sway some people who maybe are a little bit more apathetic. To drag just because they don't understand. Not even. Yeah, I wouldn't even say sway them. I would say the apathy is kind of the, you know, in a place like Tennessee, like, let's be real. Like outside of Nashville and maybe Memphis, people are going to be like, say what? Well, that doesn't affect me and I don't care. So I don't. I don't. It sounds great to me. UM. But they're like, just to hammer home the point. There's definitely like two ways to look at it. Like look at this. The one way is when you talk about, you know, mainstream culture that. Western Society is moving backwards. Just in our lifetimes, we've had these are mainstream things. These aren't even. These aren't even. Like fringe things, we've had movies like too Wong Foo. Thanks for everything. RuPaul's Drag Race is like a mainstream thing. Let's talk about Mrs. Doubtfire's track. It's a. It's a man in a dress. Right, I know, but. Yeah, it's a crazy. Like, I'm not talking about, like, we're gonna. We're gonna have some kind of a college. You know, we're not going to sit here and and and sit in a classroom and tear Mrs. Doubtfire apart. It's a stupid movie, but the point is it was a movie. People took their kids to see. My parents took me to see and it was about a man. Wearing a dress. Not even doing drag actually like pretending to be a woman for like the worst reasons. Literally a a man. Wearing a dress. Who is using? Pretending to be a woman to target and harass a woman which is like everything that they're worried about happening now and yet. And yet it was just good old fun. So you can look at that as Western, as Western culture regressing. I'm choosing and this is from the cynical guy like I am not that glass. Half full guy. I'm the cynical guy for sure, but I look at this as. This is the best they have, like they are drowning in a sea of acceptance and change and they are grasping for any land they can. And this is the best they've come up with. In the long arc of history. This is not. This is gonna look at. This is gonna not even the long. Five years from now, this is going to be on some kind of CNN. Remember the the twenty 20s. And everybody's gonna go, that was. Honestly, the the fact that most older Republican men know what a drag. Show is at. This point means that drag has truly come into the mainstream. Thank you. We actually talking. About this, this weekend is one of our favorite documentaries that we watched when we just started dating was small town gay bar and it was about. A bar in a small southern town that was very tucked away kind of word of mouth. And it was where people in the queer community could congregate. And it was it was, you know, one of the only places where they could. Other queer people, and where they could openly be themselves, and it was a really great documentary, definitely recommend it. But you know, even in smaller towns there is more, you know. People know of a gay person. Now you know back, back when that was filmed, people wouldn't be, wouldn't feel ever able to come out to their families. And while there's still a lot. Of people who don't. Feel able to do that to come out to their families. You know, there are still a lot of people who do, even in conservative town. So we really have moved very far. I really have to keep reminding myself of that just because it is very easy to get down and not to say that you know you're not allowed to have negative feelings about what's going on and not allowed to be sad and grieve. But I know for me if if I start feeling so negatively, it starts to feel like there's nothing I can do, so why try? And so it is very important to to acknowledge our progress and to acknowledge all of the people who made that progress happen and all of the people who are still battling apathy in order to make progress happen now and all. The people all the. Wonderful humans in Tennessee who I know are going to push back on this. Whether it's not going to be the majority of the state. Unfortunately, but I know that there are going to. Be some very fierce, fierce defenders of the queer community, both the community themselves and allies. And honestly, this is a meme I just saw. I'm like, I really am getting old. I go on Facebook, just look at memes now. Like but it said if you if you harass my transgendered buddies my I'm going to start identifying as a problem spicy. Is that the? Only good. I identify joke. Identify as joke. It's pretty good. And then there was another one. It was like, hey, if you like you harm the queer community, my pronouns are gonna be your pronouns are gonna be, was, and were. I'm terrible at. I like explaining memes into a podcast. This is truly the most millennial I've ever been in my life. All right. It's all right, Mama. But but I just. Yeah, I think humor is appropriate. I think. Do whatever you need to do to feel. To feel the hope that you need to keep moving on in this fight because it is like this is truly scary stuff, and the fact that it's being enacted by the world's. Stupid people is like it's not making me feel good, just the. State of democracy, you. Yeah, like and again, just realize that you're we are all fighting battles that we've already won. But the battle still has to be fought. Like we have to fight, we have to. Fight these people and tooth and nail. To make sure as. Few people are hurt. By rack, Sherry politics is possible, but realize it's over. Like we we we've already won. Like culturally, it's over. You know, does this state agree? So we're not fighting the culture anymore. We're we're fighting the state, we're fighting people who? These conversations I really do. And to put my, you know, kind of conspiratorial hair on these conversations have already been had obviously to put bills like this forward in Republican think tanks in circles because they know they they know it's over. So the only the only hope is is to try to. Is to try to take the minority that they do have and Lord over the majority of what people want through legislation like this. That's that's all they have. That's all they have left. That's why. That's why the Republican Party has to gerrymander districts cause they can't win. Well, yeah, see, The thing is like the thing. Is that they are gerrymandering, though, so it's we can't just say they, oh, they're not. They're not winning because they have to do XYZ, but it's like OK, they have done XYZ so they could continue to win. I know. I guess what I'm saying is they're doing that because. They're losing, no. I understand that, but it's we can't use that as a. I don't know. That we should use that as a metric just because it's easy to get complacent and, you know, we're looking at a potential Trump de Santis 2024. So I'm not, I'm not like. Trump's gonna Trump's gonna win. That I don't even think. You know, they're just they're just. Like they're just literally calling each other pedophiles, and they both like, well, OK, allegedly. I don't even think this. I don't even think the Saints. I don't even think the. Saints is going to declare. Allegedly, Trump is a pedophile. Allegedly. Allegedly. I'm I'm I. Don't know. I don't know anything about DeSantis, but I wouldn't be surprised if he was a pedophile. I don't even think De Santis is going. To declare you. Don't think so. Did you did you read the other day? So he had De Santis had a rally thing and some? I don't know. In some county, in Florida, and people showed up in Trump gear and he had them physically removed. Oh, I love that for everybody. So, uh, what? Like it's over. Like that's it, because now a million people are going to come. To every one of his things. That is true. And it's going to look awful. That is true. So even better, we are looking at. A Trump, Trump, Trump, Biden. From Tom Cotton and then Trump is going to mysteriously have a heart attack while eating his seventh Big Mac of the day. Oh, God, that's just. And we're going to have a Tom Cotton presidency. So love that for us. Anyway, I'm just a ball of sunshine. I just sometimes I think that I have a pretty balanced about my views of the world and that I'm like, I feel like I'm pretty realistic about things. And then I'll say something so wildly dark and pessimistic that I'm, like, maybe being in crisis domestic violence. And working out of jail for the last eight years has actually. Maybe colored my views on the world more than I anticipated. Yeah, that'll do it. No, that that will definitely do it. That'll that's that's what the kids call a big downer. That's a downer. It's a big Debbie downer. Yeah, it's an. L It's an L. Yeah, you're just eating elves. Eating elves. Eating them. Like BFR, that's trauma. I've never heard that before. Oh, I can't because it's going. To be it's B. Asleep for real? OK, it's my new favorite Gen. I just got on period I period a like last week. I don't know if that's still doing that, but that. Is really funny. I just got on him. Yeah. So I don't know. I'm old. I'm. I'm not old. I think I'm the oldest person on TikTok. I can't can't judge. No, there's some much older men and. It was like. They have all messaged me. Yeah, I get messages from people named Sugar Daddy M12. So how I don't. Know on TikTok. Tick tock. How you don't even this is the first I've. Heard of this? You even? Why don't you ask China? I don't know. You don't even have like content. No, I do. I do have a couple of things. I've been tagged in. Because my friend, my high school friend likes to make tick tocks when we get together in the summer. So I have like 3 tick tocks I'm tagged in, they have like 5 views apiece. Apparently one of those 5 views was Sugar Daddy Mike. And he liked what he saw. And he would like to support my lifestyle. I was gonna say, what are they talking about in the PG13 version? They said you're so beautiful. I would like to get to know. You yeah. And they usually put like a dollar sign. It ain't trickin if you got it. They don't got it so. That's that's the. Thing, that's the thing. There's, like, established routes to go. If you want an actual sugar daddy or sugar baby. And it's not TikTok, but certainly not. My God. What is doing? What is going on? Cause like I'm not above letting a generous older gentleman fund my lifestyle, but that gentleman is not going to. Right. Find me via TikTok. That's rough. This is for this is. Ooh, you learn something new every day. Good morning, comrade. So if you thought my voice was hot. The rest of you is hot. Too hot enough that. Yeah, I I would agree. No, it's probably a Nigerian scammer. That's like a reverse scam? How does that work? Because they'll say. I want to send you this is because this is another message I've gotten. They want to send you a check for $500.00 for you to go get your nails done and a massage. And then. But they have to do it via. Vanilla card. Yeah, of course. What are? Because that's how everybody. Those those prepaid spending cards. That's how everybody transfers money. In 2023. So either you're gonna get scanned of money, or you're gonna help someone launder money. So either way, no thank you. Dang, tick talking wild. So it did that did check my ego a little bit. I'm not going to lie to you. I was like, oh, this isn't actually a generous older man wanting to fund my lifestyle because my beauty is just so overwhelming. It is a person who thinks I might be dumb. You could be on, like, 90 day fiance. You could be that Lady. Oh, I would be so good on that show. Just be like meeting some guy from the. Dr. the. Dominican Republic and be like, oh, he totally loves me. Now for the good. We've do station ID's, we listen to one of 2.3 W HIV. FM New Orleans and we love you. And all wars. That was end all wars. Oh, that was the wtix thing. And we love you, which is very creepy. Yeah, if you're driving. Hey, sorry. They're just trying to spread. A little love in the world. I know, but drive if you're driving through the east at like. 2:00 AM and it's just listening to the oldies and then it's WTX New Orleans and we love it's. And there's just a a pile of burning tires and it just looks like. Bartertown on the. You sound like you live in Metairie. No, because they would never. They cause I think bartertown's cool for Mad Max beyond Thunderdome. So that was actually a compliment. I'm cool. Yeah, he's like, no, that was a good thing. I'm cool with that. But what is your good? OK, so I got a letter in the mail and I'm going to read it to you. And you hear. This is the official letter. Hear the paper crumple. It's like this is an official show. Dear Robert Johnson, we are sending you. We are sending you this letter to share the good news that on behalf of a national donor, you no longer owe the above referenced medical debts. It was almost $1200. To auctioneer. Because of our national 5013 C nonprofit, RIP Medical debt bought and abolished the debt. This active medical debt relief was provided by. Li can't Al Ed Allendale. I'm going to go with Allendale, a public. What's that? And then I think that's beer. Nah, it says a public benefit corporation. I mean, beer is a public benefit. I mean, what? What is that now? You got me interested. Now you got me interested. What is the ale? What is it lol? Yeah, let's take a look. Value based care. Else what is this? It's like a primary care. It's. Oh God. I don't know. It's the position LED accountable care organization. What is that, Aaron, you are. With primary care for primary care, you know what this is going to be, someone that I'm going to have to work with at some point and I'm going to be annoyed about it more than. Likely, but honestly, we're why are we trashing them? I bet. They bought. Your medical debt. Yeah, I know. So I don't know. Just don't look. I just. I'm not. I don't even know them too. I'm sorry. That was just like. I'm just like I was. Corporate speak like that, just like truly triggers me to. Before I became. A social worker. So. It just really. I just assumed nothing good will come of it. So we're we're we're on all Dale to learn more, please visit alladale.com/louisiana. Our abolishment of this medical debt is a no strings attached gift. You no longer have any obligation to pay this debt to anyone at any future time because it has been cancelled as a gift of our 5013 C charity. You do not earn any income or owe any taxes on this cancellation of. Debt, we have enclosed FAQ. Blah blah blah. Blah blah. Here's the FAQ. Of what happened here? I think the FAQ is very who is RIP medical debt? We are a nonprofit national charity. That fund that raises funds from donors and uses those funds to acquire and abolish medical debt. Our IRS number is blah blah blah blah blah our. Since our founding in 2014, as medical Debt Resolution Inc, we have abolished over 8.5 million of medical debt. Helping nearly 5.5 million people. Are there strings attached? No rest assured, the debt reference in the letter is no longer owed and you do not have to take any action. Why are you doing this? Probably the most important part. Medical debt often results from unplanned, unexpected illness and accidents. About 1/3 of US adults have difficulty covering unexpected mental health care bills. Medical debt also is the leading cause of bankruptcy in the US in many areas and for many reasons. Patient balances after insurance have been growing and many people remain uninsured. We are doing this to relieve. People of the burden of medical debt to enhance their economic opportunities and to enable them to leave to lead healthier, happier lives. Now paper crumple. Again, this is my rush, Landon. He always. Paper I used to hate. Listen to. Rush Limbaugh all the time. Why did you listen to Rush Limbaugh? I hate. I used to hate listen anytime like. Oh, I thought you said hated listening. To it's like you did someone make you? No, I would listen to him anytime. Something like when Obama like, won twice like I was like Rush Limbaugh. Let's go. Yeah, because you know, he's gonna lose. His mind. Yeah, you know, so it's like stuff like that, but. OK, so my first thought is since you were talking about Sugar Daddy scams, I was like, this is obviously a scam. What is this? So I did a little deep digging and no, it is not a scam. It's 100% real. It was started by two guys who were actually. Debt collectors, they they were executives at some like debt collecting thing. On Wall Street, across from Zuccotti Park, Occupy Wall Street happened. They go down there and just hang out and be like what's going on. And then they find they people found out who they were. And then they're like, hey, we've got an idea. And they started this, like, rolling jubilee of really of buying people's medical debt. And then we're leaving it. And honestly. OK so my thing is this. That that thousand, that $1000, almost 1200 bucks was from a CPAP machine that I own. I paid the what do you call it? The copay or? Whatever. So I paid the copay which was $500.00 off of my and I I have a good job. I have insurance. Thank God all these things like. I'm an atheist, but I thank God every day that I've I've made it to this point in my life where I, you know, I have these things, but. It's absurd because Aaron can testify. My snoring has been so loud since I was 20 and I would stop breathing at night and wake up in the middle of the night and I could pass out anywhere because I was so tired all the time and. I was just dying, you know, like. And she made me. She's like you have to go get this checked out. They're like you have sleep apnea. You could die at any moment. So, and we have to run a bunch of tests and then then you have to pay $2000.00 for a machine that's going to keep you alive and make sure you don't stop breathing in the. Middle of night. Which seems like. It's not even seen. Let let let me scratch seem out of there that it's the most perverse, disgusting, sick thing ever. When you tell someone you know as a doctor, you're telling somebody how important a piece of equipment is and how, Oh my God, thank God we got to you when you did and. By the way, we need 2K before this that we can give you this thing that's so in. And it's I paid for the $500.00 copay and I was like, gotcha. I was like, gotcha auctioneer because you're never seeing the rest of this. I'm like, you're not. They would send me bills and I would just throw them in the garbage cause I'm like, no, I'm not. I'm not paying. For this like this is crazy. I have. I just gotta build just because it was been a few months ago now, but I got a bill for like $1200 when I got a new IUD and I was like, I thought this was covered under the ACA, and sure the actual IUD was covered, but not the removal of my previous IUD. And I said, well, I'm just not paying that. Get out of here. So you know, it's not not paying it. I'm. I'm sitting here at work and I'm like researching. I'm researching this 5013 C and for a guy like me, who I've Erin, can attest. I've literally said, you know, the words have come out of my mouth. I don't have emotions. I started to tear up, and it wasn't because. Like, I wasn't gonna pay. That actually was never gonna see that money. Bill collectors were never gonna see. I wasn't gonna pay it. I wasn't worried about. It but. It got me to think about all the people who were just crushed. Lives ruined, completely bankrupt because they have, you know, they've got a long term cancer, somebody in their family needs, you know, long term care and they're just crushed under medical debt that they're and that they've been helped by this and. Literally have their life change by this, like rolling jubilee of people like ourselves who give money to this organization that buys up people's debts for pennies on the dollar and just. Tears them up. Also I want to I want to say sorry to all jail because I was very snarky to you and I just looked up what you do and. A good job. We're just making all the friends out of here. I, but I do really think you should change some of the wording on your website because you sound like an insurance. But they're actually what's called an accountability management. It's here, it's it's an accountable care organization. So what that is is essentially they function. So basically how this insurance companies pressure doctors and like other medical places to. To do the most inexpensive things possible, and and that's a really terrible thing cuz it comes at the cost of patient care, accountable management organizations. Are they essential? Are advocating for the consumers, so it's generally and it's generally for. If you start want to start an independent private practice. Usually it's really, really hard because you have to have relationships with those insurance, so you'll send like it's just really difficult. So if you do end up wanting to do that, you can enjoin in accountable management. Organization and they'll help you hook you up and figure out how to give the best care for clients. It gets rid of a lot of Medicare waste, a lot of Medicaid waste, which is often. The for profit insurance companies are doing and it's just it's a good thing. So sorry everybody. Nice, but like I was telling Aaron as a joke. Like, yeah, I'm an atheist. Like, I don't believe in a buy and buy. But I was like if somebody was to knock on my door and proselytize to me right now, like, this is this would be the time I'm most open to it because I just kept thinking in my head up, just like a God of the Old Testament. It's like I sent you, Bernie Sanders. I sent you another. I sent you another Jewish prophet. That you refuse to listen to. So now I've got to work around this. Which I think is so dramatic. But like when he said that the other day I was like, OK, I know we're, we're both sad about Bernie losing, but let's not. Oh, it's fine. I'm. It's fine but. No, it's just that something like this exists, and this has been existing for, you know, decades now or decade, decades, almost since Occupy is amazing and it just it's perverse that it has to exist, that it does exist and it's and it shows how badly we need. Medicare for all, like yesterday for because. The way I describe it to people who are like, oh, I don't want that, you know, they're going. It's like we're getting taxed as American citizens out the wazoo right now. And we're receiving little. To know return our social services are inept at being the most, the most generous assessment is they're inept. So if we're going to be taxed, if you know if they're going to take money out of my check, like, let me get some of that back. So I don't have to worry about can I cough up. 2 racks. To make sure I don't die in the middle. Right. It just, it just feels like in the richest country to ever exist. This is a perverse situation. And this was actually the same, same organization that was featured on John Oliver, if you remember, I think that was a few years ago, they did this. Yeah, it was like 3 or 4. They yeah, they they did this. And John Oliver, the show donated a bunch of money, bought a bunch of debt and forgave it all and. I think part of, I mean he's he's he seems like a good egg, but I think he was especially upset about the idea of medical debt just coming from the NHS in England. He is British. If you don't know who John Oliver is in England does have, you know, a government run National Health care system. Which is actually socialized medicine, like Medicare for all like. It's not even that. It's not even the NHS. So I'm just saying this. I'm interrupting this. So if anybody, you know, cause you've got that next level of reactionary who who knows a little something. So if they ever try to come at you with like, oh, the NHS is in shambles or the NHS, you know doesn't work, right, well, the NHS is not Medicare for all. We're not talking about an act like auction or Turo. Being run by the government, it's just the government. I mean, it's just auction or Turo. Your local doctor sends that check. Bill to Uncle Sam to to dark Brandon instead of you. That's the only difference. They're already doing for people who are on Medicaid. And so it's not like a new model, it would just be including more people in the model that already exists. The best, the best healthcare I ever and I have. You know, I have decent insurance now through my employer, which is an all another a just atrocity. It's it's surreal. It's 1984, George Orwin. That we that we even have. The best health insurance I ever got. Was through Medicaid like when I when I I didn't have a job. Until I got another one I got on. Absolutely the best insurance I've ever. Had you know? Like the my prescriptions were doggone near free. I well, I started seeing a therapist then because I didn't have to pay a copay. It was it like Medicaid, literally I, I mean this might be a little too. It was definitely life changing. It could have even. Saved my life. I would agree with that. And just to just to as an example of how petty insurance companies are, I had a client who had disability. I think it was like $1100 and he made just too much with this ability that he didn't also qualify for Medicaid. So he had Medicare, but not Medicaid, so he still had to had to co-pay for prescriptions. And he also had a pretty serious drug addiction and so didn't generally have a lot of money at the end of. Month and would just like not be able to afford his $4 heart medication. And so like, I would just end up buying them a lot of times like what am I gonna do? $4 dude. Have him have a heart attack cuz he couldn't pay for four $4.00, but it's like and I think he was. Covered by like United. Or something. So it's like it's so absurd. It's like. They're just nickel and diming the poorest people and. Yeah. So that's why I want to, you know, yeah, no, 100%. So that's funny. You say that about United? Preaching the choir. But my God, it's bad. So I here in new here in New Orleans, I had united is in Louisiana, United is the one that does our Medicaid. So there's actually multiple Medicaid providers. So there's United Healthcare, there's healthy blue, there's Louisiana healthcare connections, Aetna and Humana. So we have five different providers that. So basically, all of the Medicaid money gets funneled into those into those insurance companies, and they have a specific plan for Medicaid. And if you are on Medicaid, I believe you're allowed to change providers once a year. And if you're on Medicare, I believe you can change once 1/4. So I had united Medicaid, so I didn't know that was a thing. So I got a job working for the city, and now I also united, does the insurance for the city so. The thing is, when I will call for a specialist and I'll call a specialist and they'll be like what insurance do you have? And I'll I'll say united and immediately they'll be like, well, we don't and I'll be like, I work for the City of New Orleans, and you can hear their tone change and they go. OK. Because they're so ready to be like, Nope, no, not doing Medicaid, but it's and. And I'm. I want to be like. You dirty dog like. The Medicaid that you're pooling is was better than the insurance. And the reason so the. I have now. Reason why they don't want because it's like. OK, insurance is insurance is insurance and it's because the government refuses to pay some of the prices that the insurance companies will pay. And it's if you've ever gotten a hospital bill where they charged you $500.00 for two aspirin, which is real and not uncommon, the government just says no. Yeah, that happens every day that happening random. So that's the reason why these insurance companies. That's awesome. Because, like why they don't? Why they're lobbying against. A Medicaid, because you would, you would think, OK, if everybody has insurance that's more clients for these insurance companies, but they don't want that because they it it's less profit for them and the hospitals don't want that because hospitals are generally not nonprofits, we're lucky in. Plus profit. In this state that you know, or at least in New Orleans, that most of the hospitals around here are nonprofits, but. You know that's not the case in a lot of places in the country. And so the hospital, hospital administrators don't want, I almost said hospital staff. And I'm like, no those nurses. They would give you. That aspirin for free, if they could. But the hospital administration want to be able to charge, you know, whatever, and part of that is because they have to pay such high salaries. To the doctors because the doctors all have like $400,000 in education, debt and so on and so forth. And so you. A lot like as we were talking about earlier in the show, like part of the reason why a solution like Medicaid for all or Medicare for all is so abhorrent to so many people is because it's going to, it's going to be like. The first domino and a domino effect of showing how inflated so many costs are and how few people are benefiting from that money. Yes, yes. And that's why that's why they fought so hard against Obamacare, which was just Romneycare, because once you get that wedge. In there it goes back to this all loops back to their previous conversation. Once you get that wedge in there and you show people no, this is how things should. Be yeah. So for instance, if you have Medicaid, at least in Louisiana, they'll pay for your cancer treatment like they'll pay for your cancer treatment. Then you know there's no. Going back, you know, watching window. There's not gonna. There's not a question if you're gonna. Get chemo or not? But private insurance companies, if you meet your maximum benefit amount. She might not get. Chemo so it's. Like the hospitals, wanna keep charging insane prices? The insurance companies want to still make that profit, but part of the way they make that profit is by being able to deny you from certain procedures. Like there's zero reason why your CPAP had to cost $1500. That's insane. That's absolutely insane. Yeah, like, I actually just go sleep at myself because we're both old and can't breathe properly. If you are wondering why I sound a little more chipper cuz I'm actually sleeping like fantastic, highly recommend. And I'm I went through and this is this is honestly like, so dystopian. I went through a startup, an Internet startup, to get my CPAP. That's so gross. I logged, I said how to get, cuz I tried to sign up for a sleep, study through oschner and the first available appointment wasn't until April and this was back in. Back in November of last year, I was going to just have to wait, but it was getting so bad that I was forgetting English like I just could not remember words my cognition. And what's one of the main things about they tell you about, oh, we can't do socialized medicine cause there's gonna be waitlists. Show that. I have insurance through my employer. Now you're telling me I am going to die. But can you just please not do it for like 4 months till we can? Get you in? Yeah, yeah. So I have a private insurance as well and I was content to just wait, but yeah, like I said it was. It was getting bad. So I I googled how sleep studies New Orleans and app came up. I basically filled out a survey. They got me connected with a Doctor Who was like, yeah, you should probably get a sleep study. They ordered the sleep study. They mailed it to me. I wore it at night. Transmitted all the data via the app and then they were like, yeah, you're like not breathing. Apparently I was getting 6% of the REM sleep. I was supposed to. Get and sleep. So basically REM sleep is where you repair your cognition, so that's where you kind of like sort and process all the information you got during the day and then deep sleep is where your body. The parents itself. So I was getting enough deep sleep, but I wasn't getting any REM. And for you know, people who don't know that much about insomnia. Basically, when you have insomnia, your body goes from light sleep where are not really. 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Green Shirt: A Newbie's Trek Through The Next Generation
Abby Sommer from the First Flight Podcast joins us as we try to act our age while discussing "Rascals!" Picard visits the gift shop, Guinen makes things weird, and Geordie orders take-out. Meanwhile Cameron agrees with the Ferengi, Rob creates his own canon, Bobi wakes up on the floor, Abby wants to talk about boots, and John takes us to Thunderdome. All this plus a new titillating segment!Engage!Pick up some Green Shirt MerchVisit Abby on Twitter and check out her Enterprise podcast, First Flight
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On today's show, Pat and the boys are back from a two week vacation and cover everything they missed around the sports world including all the different NFL news, the Brett Favre lawsuit, what they did over vacation, and all the other different things happening around the world of sports. Joining the program to chat about the combine this week in Indianapolis, and which prospects we should keep an eye on, specifically the Quarterback's, and what his potential coaching career might look like is 12 year NFL veteran at QB, and ESPN NFL Analyst, Dan Orlovsky (28:16-55:05). Next, the face of baseball at ESPN, Jeff “The Jett” Passan joins the show to chat about the new pitch clock in baseball, whether it's good for the game or not, and what it means for baseball moving forward (1:12:37-1:36:58). Later, NFL Insider and friend of the show, Ian Rapoport joins the progrum LIVE in Indianapolis as he discusses the big stories revolving around the combine, what he thinks will ultimately happen with Aaron Rodgers, Derek Carr, and Lamar Jackson, and much more (2:02:05-2:49:53). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
Stinker Madness - The Bad Movie Podcast
Dudikoff returns as Joe Armstrong but does any of the magic of the first 2 films come with him? And can David Bradley match up to his Alpha Ninja? And can Karl stand in for Steve James? Nope, uh uh and wowie no way man. So basically, our boy from AN3 Sean (David Bradley) pairs up with his buddy to save some POWs held captive by a snobby Colonel Neil Diamond and his terrorist pal Shah-Blah-Blah who want $50 million and blow up a nuke in NYC. Well Sean and Carl get nabbed and tortured so the USA calls in ol' Joe Armstrong to ninja up and kick his way through a ninja training camp to free them all. The usual stuff here. Along the way he travels to Barter Town, fights in Thunderdome and recruits a horde of barbarians to invade the baddies fortress. Joe then finds the captives, proves his superiority to Sean, kills Sean, finds out dead Sean is an imposter (because?) and then wanders off. So its the worst of the AN series and by quite a ways. There's very little remarkable in it outside of the lunacy that I mentioned last paragraph. The ninjas are dumb. The stunts are boring. The fight choreography is mushy. And the villains suck. There's also a ton of filler with the middle section mostly consisting of Sean, Karl and Sarah (Robin Stille) getting smacked around, Joe sharpening his sword (which he never uses) and the baddies cackling ala Dr. Evil.....for 40 minutes. It's still a do, but just barely and not for anyone that isn't a baloney ninja action movie fan.
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Welcome to Episode 34! Mike is away this week so it is a Sam and Tony special! In our episode today, we talk about players that want the thunderdome experience, a salty story of a pubstomping accusation, and a poor playgroup that had to endure five board wipes. Buckle in for some of that pure Sam and Tony energy. Also, this episode was recorded before our guest episode with Josh. So you'll note that we don't reference a certain Angel that is very Stoic in this episode. Don't at us. ____ Join our Patreon! Email us at email@example.com Follow us on Instagram: @thehowlingsaltmine Follow us on Twitter: @HowlingSaltMine Check out our Moxfield. Podcast art by the talented Devin Burnett! @j.d.burnett
Seibertron.com Transformers Twincast/Podcast
In this 318th episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast the cast starts off with the Transformer Tuesday official Legacy Evolution reveals, preorders, and sneak-peeks. From a new toy of the show's namesake, Twincast, to the items only teased with old stock artwork like Armada Megatron, everything from the lengthy product panel gets discussed. The toy talk continues as the cast reveals which toys they would like to see revisited for the "Legacy" treatment and which need to be left alone. Discussion of the slew of Rise of the Beasts toy reveals follows with chat about both Studio Series and its basic lineup entries. Quick mention of the EarthSpark Season, 1 Part 2 Trailer comes next, followed by a listener question about using R.E.D. as a vehicle for detailed Pretender shells. As usual, "Bragging Rights" closes out this episode.
In this edition of AcciTrendal Gun Discharge, Jack and Miles discuss Beyonce's Renaissance tour, Tom Brady retiring again, Netflix putting that red dot on striminals, an accidental gun discharge round-up, Nikki Haley entering the presidential Thunderdome, and ChatGPT offering a paid tier for lazy and inept creatives!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, Chuck Pagano, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat more about Tom Brady's retirement and why we won't ever see another player like him in the history of the NFL, the NFL Head Coaching hiring process, and what Sean Payton and DeMeco Ryans first steps will be as Head Coaches for their respective teams. Joining the progrum live from the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama is NFL Network Senior Insider, Ian Rapoport, to discuss where Aaron Rodgers is going to wind up, if Jimmy G is going to be a starting Quarterback somewhere next year, what the Colts and Cardinals are going to do at Head Coach, and much more (1:13:18-1:41:54). Later, 9 year NFL veteran at Defensive Back, Darius Butler, and former Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Chuck Pagano break down the best defensive back plays of Championship Round in Everything DB before Chuck breaks down some of the questions typically asked in Head Coaching interviews (1:52:14-2:26:10). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
The Cannon: for Columbus Blue Jackets fans
PD and Seeds are joined by the Shutdown Fullcast's Ryan Nanni (@celebrityhottub) for a wide-ranging conversation covering: The early days of the Tampa Bay Lightning, including the Yakuza in the THUNDERDOME The karmic balance of Ohio State football and the Blue Jackets NHL teams as college football programs, with pairings that will make everyone mad! If you enjoy this podcast, consider contributing to our GoFundMe. Also take a minute to fill out this reader survey. Angela Perley's newest album is out now! Check out more from The Cannon on our site and on Twitter. Buy Gaudreau, Laine and other CBJ player shirts at Breaking T. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's show, Pat, AQ Shipley, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about the Super Bowl matchup, the issues with the refs as we inch closer and closer to the Super Bowl, movement on the Head Coaching front, and everything else happening around the league as we near the end of the NFL season. Joining the progrum to chat about the different rumors floating around the Head Coaching circuits, Tom Brady's potential next move, and what's going on at the Senior Bowl is NFL Network Senior Insider, Ian Rapoport (19:09-45:30). Next, the greatest referee of all-time in both NCAA basketball and the NFL, current Rules Analyst for the NFL on CBS, Gene Steratore joins the show to chat about the issues with the refs on Championship weekend, the changes he would've made, how we fix it, he breaks down some of the seminal plays from the Chiefs/Bengals game, and more (55:01-1:29:15). Later, joining the progrum live from the Pebble Beach Pro Am is 4x NFL MVP, Super Bowl Champion/MVP, Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers joins the show to chat more about his decision making process and where he's at in it, the comments made by Romeo Doubs and him not hanging out with his teammates, what makes a good Head Coach, and more (1:29:17-1:53:34). Later, 12 year NFL veteran on the Offensive line, Super Bowl Champion, AQ Shipley highlights the best o-line plays of the week as we go In The Trenches (1:53:36-2:10:47). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
Max finds himself still wandering the wasteland 15 years after the events of The Road Warrior. He finds himself in Bartertown ran by the mysterious Aunty but also controlled by the Underworld and it's leader, Master Blaster. Max finds himself in a fight to the death in the Thunderdome before being outcast from Bartertown. He soon teams up with some lost children as they work to take back Bartertown from the Underworld, and Max regain his vehicle & make it out alive! Mel Gibson stars in the third entry of the Mad Max saga in George Miller's Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome! We also discuss the first two episodes of The Last Of Us, talk a few movies we checked out this week plus all the latest news including a Tomb Raider television show & much more. We also preview next week's film, Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines! Visit us for all episodes & more at the www.therebelradiopodcast.com Please leave us a 5-Star review on iTunes! You can also find us on Spotify iHeartRadio
Decades after Thunderdome, Tom Hardy slipped into the role of Max Rockatansky, with Charlize Theron joining him as the original character Furiosa. A box office success and critical darling, we ask in retrospect: Is Fury Road worth following, or a victim of its own hype?
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, Chuck Pagano, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about this weekend's AFC and NFC Championship round matchups, along with the breaking news that Frank Reich has been hired by the Carolina Panthers to be Head Coach and Nathaniel Hackett has been hired by the New York Jets to be Offensive Coordinator. Joining the progrum is 2x All-Pro, 3x Pro Bowler, and Fox #1 booth Color Commentator, Greg Olsen, to chat about how good he is in the booth, making it difficult to bench him with Tom Brady's looming contract, his preparation for games, if it's a job he can see himself doing for the next 20 years, his thoughts on the Cam Newton/Josh Allen debate, and much much more (29:58-1:10:50). Later, 9 year NFL veteran at Defensive Back, Darius Butler (along with Coach Chuck Pagano) breaks down the best DB plays of the Divisional Playoffs in this week's installment of Everything DB (1:58:01-2:31:46). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about this weekend's matchups in the AFC and NFC Championship, Patrick Mahomes' ankle status, the prospect of the Championship games being played in neutral site cities, and much more. Joining the progrum fresh off a dominating win over the Bills in Buffalo in the Divisional Round is the Defensive Coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals, Lou Anarumo. Pat, D But, and Lou chat about his preparation for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, how the team was ready to go against the Bills, the mentality of the team this year versus last year, how cool Joe Burrow is, and more (24:34-42:14). Also joining the progrum is the UFC Flyweight Champion of the world, the first Mexican born champion in the history of the UFC, Brandon Moreno, to chat about his fight with Figueiredo in Brazil, what's next for him after closing the book on this rivalry, what he'll do to relax and recoup post fight, and his mentality when stepping into the Octagon (1:23:43-1:41:09). Later, 3x All-Pro, 4x Pro Bowler, one of the best TE's in the NFL, San Francisco 49ers TE, George Kittle, joins the show to chat about their upcoming NFC Championship matchup, the 49ers run game and the amount of weapons they have on offense, his relationship with Brock Purdy and why he's a guy, what it's like being teammates with Trent Williams and Nick Bosa, his run blocking prowess, and much more (2:29:12-2:51:51). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, AQ Shipley, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about Tom Brady's comments to Jim Gray on the Let's Go! Podcast about his future, the news that is being reported that Aaron Rodgers will be traded from the Green Bay Packers to someone in the AFC willing to give up 2 first round picks, and they start to dive in to the AFC and NFC Championship game matchups. Joining the progrum to chat about his future, whether there is any validity to these reports that he's being traded, where he's at in his process, what it will look like if he comes back next more and much more is the 4x MVP, Super Bowl Champion/MVP, Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (1:53:55-2:47:26). Later, 12 year veteran on the offensive line, AQ Shipley breaks down the best o-line plays of the from the Divisional Round of the playoffs as we go In the Trenches (2:47:28-3:06:49). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
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On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about the fallout from Aaron Rodgers' comments yesterday on the show, if they think he'll be back with the Packers next year, what it means for the Packers moving forward, and they dive into the Divisional Round of the playoffs and some of the matchups. Joining the progrum to chat about the NFL playoffs as a whole and his first season on the call in the booth for Thursday Night Football on Prime is the face and voice of College Football, color commentator for Thursday Night Football, and friend of the show, Kirk Herbstreit (19:28-53:08). Later, 9 year NFL veteran at defensive back, Darius Butler joins the show for Everything DB where he breaks down the best and worst DB plays from Super Wildcard Weekend (2:00:14-2:32:53). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
Episode 82: The guys say goodbye to the ThunderDome, hire a Spider-Man, and compare head nod habits in between E's bathroom breaks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about all the different playoff games that are now just a few days away as well as react to some of the rumors floating around the NFL including the Bears trading Justin Fields and using the #1 pick on a Quarterback, and the Raiders actively kicking the tires on Tom Brady coming to Vegas. Joining the progrum to Feel the Beat with NFL Playoff games on the horizon is David Lombardi with the 49ers (31:36-40:43), Sal Capaccio with the Bills (41:12-49:14), and Art Stapleton with the Giants (50:49-59:47). Later, 9 year NFL veteran everywhere in the secondary, host of the Man-To-Man podcast and NFL Matchups, Darius Butler breaks down the best and worst DB plays of the week in Everything DB (2:36:33-3:10:45). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, AQ Shipley, AJ Hawk, and the boys recap last night's College Football Playoff Championship Game (on little to no sleep) that saw Georgia rout TCU as Pat and the boys were on the field for the entirety of it for the ESPN2 MegaCast. Joining the progrum to chat about his new job as the Head Football Coach at Colorado, his culture, the way he coaches, why he's excited for the test and more is Hall of Famer, 2x Super Bowl Champion, 1994 NFL DPOY one of the greatest athletes of all-time, 8x All-Pro, 8x Pro Bowler, and too many other accolades to list, the legend, Coach Prime, Deion Sanders (1:13:43-1:45:49). Later 12 year NFL veteran on the offensive line, AQ Shipley, highlights the best line plays of the week as we go In The Trenches (2:22:08-2:47:29). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, Chuck Pagano, AJ Hawk, and the boys react to the news that Damar Hamlin has woke up and is showing positive signs and is in an incredible spot compared to where he was at a few days ago. Joining the show to chat about Damar Hamlin and his situation, the playoff implications this weekend and who is playing and who isn't, as well as where a few coaches might wind up is NFL Network Senior Insider, Ian Rapoport (18:19-51:44). Also joining the progrum to chat about everything going on in the sports world, his day-to-day, his new podcast and memoir, and much more is the face of ESPN, legend in the industry, host of First Take and a plethora of other things, Stephen A. Smith (1:13:28-1:39:39). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow for Feel Good Friday, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat some more about the Damar Hamlin situation and give some updates on his status and what we're hearing, they chat about their experience at the College Football Playoff Semifinal in Atlanta and the National Championship in LA, plus they go through and break down everything from week 17 of the NFL season. Joining the show to chat about Damar Hamlin, what he's hearing, and all the different playoff scenarios heading into this weekend is NFL Network Insider and friend of the show, Ian Rapoport (23:11-50:46). Later, 9 year NFL veteran at Defensive Back, host of The Man-To-Man podcast, NFL Matchups on ESPN, and Everything DB on this progrum, Darius Butler breaks down all the best DB plays of the week in another segment of Everything DB (2:00:30-2:27:19). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about tonight's Thursday Night Football game between the Cowboys and Titans, Derek Carr's benching in Vegas, more on Russell Wilson and if the Broncos are fixable, and much more. Joining the show for the first time is Cincinnati Bengals WR, Trenton Irwin to chat about his rise from the practice squad, his mentality as a player, what he listens to pregame, his acting career, why no one picked him up from the practice squad, his relationship with Joe Burrow, and more (14:46-29:04). Next, the host of Up & Adams, former co-host of Good Morning Football, Kay Adams, to chat about everything that has happened so far this NFL season, her affinity for the Bengals, how tough the parlay game has been, and much more (1:24:36-1:46:50). Later, 2x Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl MVP, future Hall of Famer, current pass rusher for the Buffalo Bills, Von Miller joins the show to chat about his rehab, his thoughts on JJ Watt's retirement, the culture of the Bills, and more (1:46:52-2:19:07). Lastly, former Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Chuck Pagano joins the show to give his keys to victory for both the Cowboys (2:19:09-2:48:57) and the Titans (2:48:59-3:23:42). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, and the boys chat about everything happening around the NFL including the breaking news that Derek Carr has been benched the rest of the season by the Raiders potentially setting up his exit from Las Vegas, the growing concerns with the locker room and culture in Denver, and all the other news floating around the NFL as we prepare for week 17 of the season. Joining the progrum fresh off a massive win on Monday Night Football is 2x Super Bowl Champion, member of the Patriots' 2010 All-Decade Team, Linebacker for the LA Chargers, and friend of the show, Kyle Van Noy to chat about the culture in LA, when he noticed things starting to change, taking on more of a leadership role in the locker room, the difference between regular season and playoff football, and the importance of culture in the NFL (1:00:41-1:15:54). Next, 3x Pro Bowler, Left Tackle for the Tennessee Titans, co-host of Bussin' With The Boys, Taylor Lewan joins the show to chat about the Titans season thus far and whether or not they're dead, and to announce that he'll be a part of Michigan/TCU megacast on ESPN2 on New Years Eve (1:32:47-1:44:28). Later, 2x Super Bowl Champion, former GM of the Cleveland Browns, Special Assistant to the New England Patriots, host of the Lombardi Line and GM Shuffle podcast, and New York Times bestselling author, Michael Lombardi joins the show to chat about everything happening around the NFL as we approach the playoffs and the most meaningful football of the year (1:44:30-2:20:57). To close out the year, 9 year NFL veteran at Defensive Back, Darius Butler breaks down the best and worst Defensive Back play of the week in Everything DB (2:20:59-2:46:17). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys overreact to everything that happened over a wild and eventful NFL week 16 over the Christmas weekend including the Vikings notching another unbelievable victory over the Giants, the Packers continuing to keep their playoff chances alive after beating the Dolphins on Christmas Day, the Cowboys beating the Eagles on a great back and forth game on Christmas Eve, and all the other important things that happened. Joining the progrum to give a slew of injury updates as well as break the news that Nathaniel Hackett has officially been fired as the Head Coach of the Denver Broncos is NFL Network Insider, Ian Rapoport (28:16-45:55). Also joining the show in studio is play-by-play commentator for the LA Chargers, Matt “Money” Smith to chat about the Chargers season thus far ahead of tonight's Monday Night Football game against the Colts, what the Chargers need to do to make the playoffs, and the outlook on the rest of the season (1:25:04-1:44:47). Later, 4x All-Pro, 5x Pro Bowler, 2005 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, NFL Network analyst, and host of the Cut To It Podcast, Steve Smith joins the show to give his thoughts on everything happening around the NFL this season, and more (1:44:49-2:08:56). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow for Aaron Rodgers Tuesday, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, Darius Butler, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about the all the major news stories floating around the NFL right now including Franco Harris passing away last night before he was to be honored for the Immaculate Reception in Pittsburgh, and they clean up some things from yesterday's show. Joining the progrum to chat about what's going on in the NHL right now as well as the Winter Classic is 3x Stanley Cup Champion, 4x NHL All-Star, member of the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame, and analyst for the NHL on TNT, Rick Tocchet (19:22-54:00). Next, Kicker for the Los Angeles Chargers, Cameron Dicker joins the progrum to chat about how this season has gone so far, what his workouts were like before signing with the Chargers bouncing from team to team, what his pregame process is like, and more (1:11:51-1:23:29). Later, All-Pro, 2x Pro Bowler, WR for the Minnesota Vikings, Adam Thielen joins the show to chat about the improbable comeback on Saturday, his relationship with Kevin O'Connell, the outlook on the Vikings moving forward, how many hand signals the Vikings receivers are required to know, and more (2:09:06-2:36:10). Lastly, 9 year NFL veteran at Defensive Back, host of the Man-To-Man podcast, Darius Butler breaks down the best and worst Defensive Back play of the week in Everything DB (2:36:12-3:07:13). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.