The Buzzer

Oscars Recap, The Bachelor, Serena Williams/Nike, PETA/Steve Irwin, Space Jam 2 | FEAT. Tanner Olson (Written to Speak)

February 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 7
The Buzzer
Oscars Recap, The Bachelor, Serena Williams/Nike, PETA/Steve Irwin, Space Jam 2 | FEAT. Tanner Olson (Written to Speak)
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The Buzzer
Oscars Recap, The Bachelor, Serena Williams/Nike, PETA/Steve Irwin, Space Jam 2 | FEAT. Tanner Olson (Written to Speak)
Feb 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 7
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FEAT. Tanner Olson of Written to Speak. 

TV: Oscars Review. Nike’s “Dream Crazy” commercial. Jordan Peele is bringing back ‘The Twilight Zone.’

THE BACHELOR: Week 8 Recap. 

POP CULTURE: Could take on celebrities with your name? Peta attacks Steve Irwin’s legacy.

MOVIES: Who should be in Space Jam 2 with LeBron?

SPORTS: Russell Wilson wants out of Seattle? What’s the ethical response of a sports fan in light of Robert Kraft? Should there be a “1-and-Done” rule in college basketball?

AT THE BUZZER: Rap Lyric Poetry.

 

6:25 - TV

21:47 - 'The Bachelor' Episode Recap

28:42  - Pop Culture

37:22 - Movies

45:55 - Sports

1:06:09 - At The Buzzer




Speaker 1:
0:00
Today's episode of the Buzzer is brought to you by everybody. Get up. It's time to slam. Now we've got a real jam going down. Welcome this space. Jam Your dance. Stop it. I'm sorry. So, so sorry. Let's go on today's episode of Yeah,
Speaker 2:
0:20
the Buzzer and we have a recap of the Oscars. Not to mention Nike's got brand new commercial making waves and Jordan Peele and bringing back popular show of all. Not to mention we have your bachelor recap as well as some good pop culture news paid. Peta is added again, paint up and then of course we're going to break down the movies in one of the greatest films of our child. We need statistically speaking is coming back here, the exciting sports news and Yab unfortunate rumors about where players are in the, we have unfortunate stories breaking down in our ethical responses to them. Not to mention two players play in the NBA right out of high school or should they go one year in college. We'll break it down with our expert panel of non experts and then finally we have none other than the written to speak. Tanner Olsen, breaking down poetry, breaking down sports, and we're going to do some poetic sessions using rap lyrics of all. So great times. All of that and more on this episode of us.
Speaker 1:
1:32
Well, here we go. This is all right. Let's just pretend like we're just like, you know, you and I are just chatting. We're having a good time. It's week seven. Nice, gradual fading. We haven't done that yet. Oh Wow. Hey didn't see you there. Radio land and a podcast every week. Really hitting the plants. Plants our intro to close it out with the final seventh episode. I figured if true detective only gets eight episodes, so we thank our glasses into the microphone. It was tacky. The spill, my scrubs, so my goodness. Welcome. Thanks for, thanks for joining us today. As Jd mops up his mess of whiskey on the table here guys, this is the buzzer and we're excited because JD, we've had a variety of guests. Yes, we've had very diverse players, ball players, fashion bloggers. We had Wes. That was fun. That was kind of fun.
Speaker 1:
2:41
It was fun. It was good to have him less. But today we have, we have an artist on here because I needed him in fifth grade English class. Well let me, let me just go out and get to it. We have Tanner Olson here in a little background on Tanner. Tanner is a word Smith. He's a poet. He's a writer. He's a podcaster. Basically he uses his ability to speak and converse in several different outlets and we're excited to have him on the show because he's really classing up this joint and adding a wind mystic excellence. This show has been lacking so no pressure wants to try to make a sentence and then just my work and I'm going to use my first curse word. No, damn. We have like a limit. Yeah, you get three apiece.
Speaker 1:
3:40
That's how this works. You're welcome as a guest tally. Okay. That's one on j d is born, but in all seriousness though, we're excited to have you. Tanner, you are doing a lot of cool things and I want to go ahead and give you a chance to talk about that, but, but tell the folks, what have you been up to and what are you up to currently? Uh, I'm a ballplayer fashion blogger natural and uh, yeah, so I many, I'm a linguist so I'm a writer. Uh, I go by the name written to speak on the Internet and so I've been putting out daily poems, like little short poems every day in some blog posts as well. Um, I have a book coming out later on this year, hopefully in April called I'm all over the place, uh, which is very true because I am all over the place, but that's why it's blocked.
Speaker 1:
4:27
That's one of the reasons why I write is cause like I'm all over the place and so it helps me to sit down and to focus. Uh, and I also have a couple of podcasts. So when you guys asked to come on the show, it was an easy, yes, it's easiest. Thanks man. Appreciate you coming down here. He said there was going to be whiskey and I, yes. Well enjoy. We, we deliver on very few things that we set out to do. We can at least provide the whiskey pizza, whiskey and we have so far how to show every single week we have, which is the biggest commitment. This is the most United anything period.
Speaker 1:
5:01
So that is a huge, as far as whiskey, pizza and podcasts go. This is pretty big. It's pretty big. Well that being said, Tanner, among all these things, you are also a big fan of sports and you are very savvy about pop culture, which makes you a prime guests on this show. And I think, I think this has an opportunity. No, no disrespect our previous guests on Stephenson. I will be the greatest. All I'm saying greatest episodes. It's the age. Yeah, I try, I can try. I cannot do an exit to save my life. Well you played your, you excelled at sports. I didn't have that so I, I learned how to like imitate other people. That's true. You do. Excellent Sweetie. I don't want to do it right now. Just give me and I'll try it. I can't do, I can't do Trump. Just give me anyone.
Speaker 1:
5:58
Okay. Obama, anyone else? All right. I'm not very good. I'm not very good at anything else. Maybe I'll spice someone up later. We'll see if we can pick one up. In the meantime, we've got a lot of show, my fellow Americans, Americans, this thing's already gone off the rails actual show, so let's dive in. Eight minutes. Let's do it. See, so there was a big award show last night and it celebrates movies. Not necessarily good ones. All it depends on who you ask. And this show is the Oscars obviously. Now I watched it. I don't know if y'all did, but I at least have the rundown here and we're going to skim the top of it because it's a long drawn out show and ours is not. Hopefully. What'd you guys think about not having a host? I did not like it. Yeah, I, I didn't get to watch it.
Speaker 1:
6:59
I don't want to get into that, but I thought I missed having a host. I mean you don't watch it. And I missed having a health challenge. And the thing is it felt discombobulated, like it was shorter to their credit. And that's something that the Oscars have been notoriously bad values. It's a four hour long show. Last night it was only, I think it ran about little under three and a half hours, which is still too freaking long. They may need to cut down Lisa, they're half hour cheese, but without a host. It just, it felt like there was no direction in. I had no one to like follow, like they'd even know how to end it. Like a Julia Roberts came out and she's like, I guess that's the end of the show we're done yet. So it was weird. Um, I think they need someone to hop in there, but who would want to, with all the controversy that surrounds it with all the speculation, spotlight outside of JD and I is my bed to do it.
Speaker 1:
7:52
I don't think anyone who is, or my first pick. Thanks man. I appreciate it. I'll listen to me. Well you still think that who was the guy that was supposed to do it? That can be hard. Yeah, he would have been hilarious. Yeah, but he had, he, he, he got a lot of scrutiny and even though he came out and apologized, they didn't want to move forward and they had their reasons I suppose. But I don't think anyone wants to touch this show right now. And I agree. To me the Oscars feels like the most out of touch award show. It doesn't seem like they actually have a pulse on what are the cultures at and what in what people are saying or thinking. And it's like the grammys. It's a fun one because you have show, you have like your performances peppered in the Oscars.
Speaker 1:
8:35
It's long and arduous and there's a lot of technical awards, which I understand as, as someone who works for filmmakers, it's important to the craft. But as someone who also enjoys quality TV is boring. We just want to see Ben Affleck get roasted by women, know who wins best picture of. Exactly. That's it. That's it. Give me two hours of Jimmy Kimmel making fun as Ben Affleck and Matt Damon and gets the best picture. Which by the way, real quick, best picture was green book, which was a surprise for many. I didn't see any of these except black panthers. You can see Bohemian. I didn't but you did. I did. I loved it. Did you can see, see Roma, I started watching it but then I realized that you had to read your movie cause this an episode of Narcos just like don't have time. I don't have time.
Speaker 1:
9:19
It looked like it was all I thought I did watch the father and the in the, the filming was beautiful but then I was like I just, I don't want to read subtitles guy outside of it. So you don't like sometimes he's not a subtitles guy. Kind of had the older, I mean like sub title, getting more refined. Like if I haven't let him walk halfway across the room. If I like if I skip the gym and I haven't worked out then like I'll read the subtitles otherwise with, I just wanted to say I go to the gym, my skip leg day. Then you know that joke means as an exercise to read. Dang it. Thanks man. Thanks for your pity. Hindsight. Well, I'm always here to support. Speaking of of hindsight here, for best director, you had Alfonzo Koran who directed deshay that in a clear way.
Speaker 1:
10:11
I think you did well. You kind of negated it by asking how fact Alfonzo Quieren won best director. Oh boy, that's original song, which I thought was, no, we're not worthy. Lady Gaga, she for a star is born for the song shallow. They're seeing good. She got an awesome, Oh man, Mr. Cooper, they're so good. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper perform the song shallow on on on the Oscars and there was a lot of the chemistry there. Lot a lot, a little tension perceived in, but here's what's interesting about lady Gaga. She has, everything is actually interesting about lady chose a meat dress in or had a meat dress meet. She now has an Oscar to her name. She has grammy surname. I think she even has an Emmy to her name from American Horror Story in which the IGA, the IGA, she just needs to Tony. So that's like the Grand Slam.
Speaker 1:
11:02
Yes. That's the grand slams. Seven people. I think John Legend was the last one will be gold or a cousin. He got, I would hope so. If not as an Oscar. I want you not one movie. She's been around a long time. Wow. Ghost was, I'm pretty sure it was linking it to the musical she wasn't liking, right? Well he voice was, she was, she was one of the hyenas. Oh my gosh. Yes. So I mean, I don't know who else would would be up for a modern he got these days. I think lady Gaga, Lady Gaga is certainly certainly front of the pack, but I think they'll like Timberlake could be a future. He got winter at some point. He just needs to stamp his name to a musical and to, because he already has an Emmy in your hands. A grammy. Yeah. Which I mean like he's a fine actor and he's not like, it isn't the Facebook book face movie.
Speaker 1:
11:54
Yeah. I don't know. I may be Lebron James was and start a space GM to am. I really did start turning a bit form. We will definitely be getting into that a little bit later in the show. But yeah, Ron is a, he's, he's coming to the big screen in a big way. Yeah. Academy awards overall. I know you guys didn't really watch, but I think it's an outdated show that needs to be revamped and put a host and the best actor real quick. Rami Ramey, Ramey, Malek, he's really good in that movie. And Bohemian rhapsody. He's really good. He cast that. What does it free mercury perfectly. I know you guys haven't seen it, but he does a perfect job of cast. I've seen clips of it from that. They showed on the, from the facial expressions to the mannerisms. He didn't seem though right? Somebody else says somebody else, someone else sing, but it still looks good.
Speaker 1:
12:46
It looks good. Modern sumo magic. Um, a couple of the other big winners real quick. Olivia Coleman won best actress from the favorite that's favorite with a u. So it's British. Um, and then supporting actor and actress. Respectfully was Mahershala Ali getting a second Oscar from greenbook and then Regina King being an Oscar from if Beale street could talk. I didn't see either, but I heard that were good. Amazing. Look, really the king is a boss. She said, you see when Joel Embiid jumped over, yes. I should have won something just for that. Just for that. I think she did an extra day to continue to Dennis. Robin just called him out on Twitter for me. Calling himself the goat and we'll talk about that. Yeah, we'll get to that. And then best adapted screenplay. I thought this was where the spike Lee Gain Oscar. Spike Lee's been in the industry for a long time.
Speaker 1:
13:33
He got one for best buffer up, best adapted screenplay for, uh, black Klansman, which I heard was fantastic. I didn't see it either. I think what I'm gathering from this is that we need to see more movies. I clearly, every time it comes around, I'm like, I didn't do it again. And it's every, especially if we, especially this year there were quite a few on here that I didn't really hear about until a few weeks ago when Sean and I were doing some prep on it. Um, so Roma is on the top of my list and then I guess I'm going to need to wash greenbook but y'all should see Bohemian too. It's pretty good. I'm like, why didn't a fan us when for best actor in a, well I know I saw that one. I saw myself black pants, Black Panther. What did y'all say? Oh did you see it?
Speaker 1:
14:14
Did you like see I did see it. I really enjoyed it. I, I did. I have nothing bad to say. I got up. It was high. Well, okay. So what are your thoughts? Cause you asked the question. Yeah, you clearly have an agenda. It's not a bad agenda at all because I did enjoy it, but it was so hyped up that again, my expectations were so high. There was a few parts of that I didn't like. But overall I give it a 3.5 out of five I think. I think it was a strong movie, strong. I think I thought the first tooth, the first two thirds were fantastic and then the last third contract offered me. But I still think it was a, it was a good film. I think objectively infinity was better, but I think that uh, black pants or did more culturally, it was more impactful culturally then into anymore.
Speaker 1:
15:01
That's so when I watch a movie I think, okay, it's good. But what does it, is it, is it going to hold up year after year after year? I think Black Panther will hold it for a long time because it, I mean it was phenomenal, the sense that it was the first film to have an ensemble of African American and African actors. Uh, like that one that one did. And I think that it advanced, honestly, it did more for race relations than most movies have done maybe ever. We really made me think about the African American community and I, I was just moving for me to see. But for them it must have just changed so much mad cause I just take everything for granted. Like any movie that I watched a certain, oh, I can relate to this, I can relate to this, but one of my friend, uh, who they adopted children from Uganda when his son watched it and was like, oh, this is a game changer.
Speaker 1:
15:53
This changes a lot for my son. And I was like, that's powerful. Okay, I can hold them to that. And honestly, similar story, uh, the pastor of my church, they adopted their child from Uganda as well and it was a similar narrative. Uh, his name is Enoch and he knocks favorite character from the La largely because of that movie is, uh, is Black Panther and he's a big Chadwick Bozeman fan now. And I think it's great. And honestly, Michael B. Jordan was fantastic and that film too, I'm surprised he didn't even get any love for not supporting them, that it was hard to watch the movie cause they just ripped. I was distracted by his abs. What can you do? But, uh, there was, there's a lot of cool things happening in terms of breaking ground outside of the movie universe for a little bit here. Uh, so Nike has aired a really cool ad over the weekend.
Speaker 3:
16:44
So Serena Williams, she posted it on her Twitter and it's, I believe it was also aired on TV as well or something like youtube, but I want you to do was on them during the Oscars. It is a really powerful commercial and if you guys want to look it up, you can look up Nike dream crazy. It's about a minute and a half long and it's all about empowering women. But from her perspective as athletes, she's like, if we get upset, you guys are calling us irrational. If we get enthusiastic, you guys are saying that we're Yada Yada. And so just watching it, male or female, I was moved by it. Like I literally almost teared up at the end because it's this day and age where everybody should be equal and female athletes should be treated equally the same. And like, I dunno, it was a really powerful commercial and I think Serena, if you're talking about any female athletes, she's top five for what she's done for any athlete. She's right. Yeah, male or female. She's up there with baby and then she's out there and she talks about that in the actual, she does. Yeah. She got, she definitely watch that commercial. It's, it's really powerful
Speaker 1:
17:46
and I'm excited for what's coming out of that. Um, I think Serena Williams says brings up, bring up a lot of good points in that. Do you feel as though there is still a lot of prejudice on even sports center as the way that they report that or do you feel like we've, we're trying to get to unbiased place. We're trying, I mean I like what Nike is doing because if you go to the Colin Kaepernick situation, um, and then you look now I was, Serena Williams is doing even ESPN in general, which is owned by Disney. So I mean they're very multicultural so to speak. But um, yeah, I mean as far as what you guys see, like if you agree with on ESPN, like there's probably an equal male to female, um, actual broadcasters, reporters. Um, I dunno the day they just come, I think, well I think Nike is doing, they might be doing more good for um, like the culture than the products that they're putting out.
Speaker 1:
18:45
Interesting. That's, I could agree with that. You know, cause I think like they is there Brandon essential and they are just the way that they're like the way that, I mean they have such great power because there's such a huge organization corporation, right. But the way that they speak in the, in what they're putting into our, our world, people are going to see it. People are going to listen to it and people are going to be moved by it as well. And I didn't think that this, this commercial that Serena Williams started, I didn't think it was gimmicky at all. I don't think it had a perfect place. And I think the message and the delivery, it was just phenomenal. Like you like I washed it and I was like, wow, that was beautiful. That was incredible. And it made me want, it made me want to buy something from Nike.
Speaker 1:
19:22
Totally. But I don't even know if that was their point. No, but that's what Nike and Apple do best is that their marketing, they don't market their products so that they market their people, nearly do people buying full job. It's very meta in like their product is very much relational. Yep. 100%. That's pretty neat. Um, speaking of Academy Awards, uh, winners in the past. Jordan Peele won for best screenplay for get out a couple of years ago in Jordan. Peele has, has certainly I want to say evolved because he's probably had this capacity in him for a long time as an actor and as a, as a entertainer. But he's not only very funny guy. He's also a fantastic horror writer. He's creepy as fuck you get out was a great film. And Jordan Peele is in, he has another one coming out. I, I apologize, I forget what the, the thrillers called up, up out now it's up.
Speaker 1:
20:20
It's down. What is it? You know, I, I can't remember. I'll look, I'll look it up and, and when I set up I was like, pens too happy. Yeah. The loons and a house. But if I was that, but all of that, and you said the point is Jordan Peele is, is coming out with a reboot of the twilight zone to CBS all access, which for the life may don't know anyone who has a CBS all access account, but in the age of streaming they're calling the guests. I was way close also helping with toy story for, by the way, he's, somebody was listening and I set up, they were like wrong. Yes, it's called us. It's a mystery thriller that's coming out. Have you seen the preview for it? And then have you slept after it and watch it? So that being said, in the same vein he is, he is turning to thriller genre on its head or recreating it however you want to find it. And he's coming out the reboot of the twilight zone. And I tempted, I probably won't, I'll probably probably borrow someone else's credentials, but I'm really tempted to get a CBS all access account just for this. Yeah. And this episode sponsored by my CBS all access. Go ahead and use Promo Code Buzzer and Yay. Anyways, that's TV a lot. A lot of cool things going on there. I hope you all enjoyed the Oscars is alright.
Speaker 1:
21:44
Next year we'll host it. Basler man. Jay d you had this song look on your face like you did last night. What's up dude? Sorry brothers. I uh, I slipped up again. I messed up. What happened since your confession? Um, did you have a pastor here? So I'm going to use strike two damn boys. I missed the bachelor again. We too. I just, I was so good about that thing and I, this is my second week in a row I missed up. Yeah. You know, it's still uncharacteristic of you to not watch the bachelor, but man, let me tell you something. What she got from me, I watched it again. You watched it. I watched it and I know, I know. What happened. Did he jump over the fence finally? So that's been hinted at and accordingly he did. He's dead. Oh yeah. Um, that being said, our man, our protagonist here, Coleman, he did a lot of things this past week. And let me tell you what those things were. Y'All ready fill me in
Speaker 4:
22:52
this week on the bachelor, it's hometowns where Colton ventures to meet the fathers at the final four women and ask them to not be good fathers and instead give him their blessing to hypothetically marry one of their daughters because he is still a virgin. The first hometown date was with Kailyn in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Kaylin, sister and parents are rightfully skeptical to extend a blessing. Nicolson. However, because this is a dumb show without justice, they come around on the idea and Kaylin explained to the deep connection to the producers of this show told her that she feels about colon. Next we find ourselves in Birmingham, Alabama. Justin time for Colton, the spread his carnage to Hannah, a GS family. Colton takes an etiquette class to ensure that he's ready for a southern sense of propriety. However, we must remember that he is still an ass clown. Regardless, Colton somehow able to con Hannah's father and the thinking that he was not actually an ass clown.
Speaker 4:
23:51
So far the fathers are over two when it comes to reason, Colton is still a virgin. The next date is in Santa Ana, California. When we find Taisha trying to convince your parents to let her make up a huge mistake. Before that however, Taisha tastes Colton to go skydiving because she seems to think this man is worth jumping out of a plane for the to survive and we meet taste his father Desmond Desmond is clearly the smartest of the father's featured on this episode because he's not comfortable with a complete stranger who is actively dating for women asking for his daughter's hand in marriage and we finally see a rational adult featured on this stupid show. Nonetheless, Taisha where's Desmond down and this man reluctantly admits that he would be happy to receive Colton onto into his family because of producer off camera. Must certainly have a gun pointed at his hand.
Speaker 4:
24:48
The last family for Colton to destroy is in Huntington Beach, California, Aka Cassie's hometown. Colton goes surfing with Cassie, which is good because he certainly made enough waves as it is. That being said, Cassie's father Matt, like his father Desmond is another example of a function is rightfully unsure if Courtney Courtney says, I have a very good idea of what life would be like with her and all this goes away in quote further for the man asked him, his daughter's hand in marriage isn't as certainly an idiot that does the right thing and says no to Colton. That's restoring faith in humanity. Colton is still a virgin at the ceremony, Colton gives roses to Tasia, Ama g and then Cassie because he is a monster with no respect for these women's fathers in what they actually said. Colton breaks Kaitlyn's heart, but this girl's going to be okay because she's not going to end up with this dumb dumb. Next week, Clinton, you'll have sleepovers with the remaining three will. You don't remember to be trying to like his innocence. He jumped the fence because this show or another big jump, the shark in colon, you know, inevitably still a virgin.
Speaker 3:
26:05
Wait a minute, dog. I know he's not crazy. You're telling me he did that. He, he did. The thing is with all the, the whole, Yup. All the women and then he got that. Yeah, I know it's not taking it right to, yeah, I feel like it didn't happen again next week. Yep. My Dude was there Rosenwald. Oh Man. Roses for sure. All right. Well, okay. If you were on the bachelor on the Bachelor Bachelorette, sure. What would you want to be handled if it wasn't a rosewood? Would you want it to be handed a soccer mom? Orange slices next. Flarey Ooh, I see someone like a sleeve of Oreos. Not even though stuff. Just a nice slate of Oreos you're moving on. I
Speaker 1:
26:44
like a good counseling, not counseling, but at a good price to say like I did it. I've arrived. I think like honestly I was going to say sex for this. Write stories. You stretch the Buzzer podcast. All right, I'm out. You're a married man, so that's, that's a little bit better, but I will say this, I think that I would absolutely go onto the bachelor for the wrong or the Bachelorette for the wrong reasons because I would just want to be the guy who like makes friends, will only other guests. I'm here for that working. Does this, you guys, hey, check out my Spotify music. So what do you do for work? What do you do for work? Well, I know entrepreneur Instagram, she goes like, oh my God, Great Britain's feet. Check it out. He, he's not the batch. It's me. Okay. All right. Brandon, would you go if you were offered to go, if someone's like, hey, 100% yeah, I wouldn't even question it.
Speaker 1:
27:45
Absolutely do it. Unless I was like, unless I was in a place in my life where that would be morally reprehensible. Okay, how are we absolutely go on the bachelor and I think that I, I subscribed, I thought, I don't care what people are saying about me as long as they're talking about me, it's the perfect show. I could see you on the bachelor. I think you would do well. You make a really great first impression. I would say. Sure. I thought this was American idol and then just see what happens after that. Oh man, so there you have it. That's my bid to be on the Bachelor of 2020 John 2020 it is. A lot of things may or may not happen for you in 2020 depending on where your allegiances are, but maybe I can be on the bachelor and give you a little riff. I wouldn't say hope. It's going to be a let down for everyone. Let's be honest. But there it is. Good TV time. Pop Culture, man. Jd Normally, normally I have a lot to say on this topic, but you've done some, some thorough research this week.
Speaker 3:
28:51
It's my turn, so I do love Twitter. I talked about it quite a bit and a Jason Kirk who's add, Jason Kirk, s. B. E. N. He gave a little poll on Twitter, which I thought was pretty funny that all of us could relate to. Sure. He posted the question, would you win a fight against the most famous person who shares your name? A pretty simple tweet but a lot of people will kind of just ran away with it. And basically he wants you to type in your first name on Google and the top few people that show up as far as how famous they are. Could you brawl with them? Could you beat them? Could you beat them in a fight? Man. So Tanner, there's no need to look cause I already looked it up for you
Speaker 1:
29:32
when you, okay, so when you Google Tanner though, cause I Dave, not a lot comes. It's all child Disney stars like weird. Did you know that? Names like Arby's dog is named Tanner. Really? So for you viewers out there, I'm going to need y'all to look these up because Tanner, I don't know if you could be any famous Tanner Fox. Tanner styles at a year 10 Mordecai. I added the last what? Tanner Foust. Tanner Foust. Race car driver. I don't have a chance. So you could probably eat up. He's probably like four foot 11. I think he could probably take it. Let me show you what this, let me show you what this Tanner Fox guy looks like. Theater of the mind. So basically here's a few of the names though for us. Go around that round table. We'll give you some context is dinner. I said I think you could take them to feel like, what is he going to youtube star or something? Yeah, he's got a preteen. He's um, I don't think I'd be allowed to fight him.
Speaker 1:
30:28
He's only 19. That's a felony. He's a hip hop artist. Well aren't we all? Yes, exactly. I was friends with Logan Paul, no celebrity names here. You have for Sean. There's Sean Mcvey, coach of the rams, Sean Connery, former James Bond. I think I'd take commonary just because he's old. But then again he, he has changed his songs but he's like, yeah, no, you've still got an icon cause he's your guy. A British. That's true. Football coaches on this page. Sean paid and Sean Connery, Sean Mcvey, Sean Mcvey would definitely kick my butt. Sean Payton would definitely kick my butt in and because of the bounty, because of bounty gate, he would probably have one is linebackers come after me and then Sean Connery. Yeah, you're right. Even even Sean Connery on life support, we'd still be able to kick my butt, so there's no doubt there. As far as trainers, we have Tanner Fox has stayed at Tanner Stein, Mordecai and not a lot of famous.
Speaker 1:
31:27
Then for Justin's, not for Janie's, but for Justin's, we have the beeps ill Justin Bieber. We have Timberlake and we have fields. I'd beat the crap out of beaver. I don't feel like, I feel like timber, like have you seen his underwear ads? He's not that big. That guy's chiseled. He's, he's cut though. He's cut. He's got a lot of boys around him. Like I don't think if we can get a shot of it is, he's a lefty. They're tricking. The southeast are tricky man southpaw. How do you know this? Uh, do you want the real story? One time, Mrs, this is true. We went on, we went to an orphanage in Peru in 2009 I was thinking of a funny story, and you're gonna be like orphans in Peru. We were down and an orphanage in Peru and they had two cds. Justin Bieber's first album had just came out.
Speaker 1:
32:13
Of course you're a poet and you're going to make me cry. And Hannah Montana and I couldn't really stand Hannah Montana. So I was like, let's just play the Justin Bieber album. And so we listened to that for a week straight. And because that's the only album that they had down there. And when I got back, the first thing I did is I went to best buy and I picked up the Justin Bieber album because I was like, this is like, and I went and I was checking out and the lady looked at me, looked at the album, looked at me, and then said, really? I said, I just got back from a mission trip first. Oh, you were hanging out with horror fans. And she goes, don't you lie to me that this is a true story?
Speaker 1:
32:51
Wait, where's he lefthanded? I kinda think it's hard unless I know he wasn't a celebrity all star game. This linguist, he's like, he's like, I was in Peru. I was with Justin Bieber, listening, caring, caring, orphans across a river. It was up a mountain. Okay, well now I can beat him up. That's awesome. I think moral of the story is I have more confidence and Tanner and Justin winning their fights, but I even then I think the I the end of the day, we're all pretty disarming gas. I don't have much, so we would be violent. I mean we would kill with kindness, kindness, kindness.
Speaker 1:
33:44
For the record. I feel like, I feel like Timberlake would be pretty scrappy. I will say probably I'm not getting, I'm not going to know. We didn't get near that. Speaking of fights though, this, yes. Good transition there. That's why. That's why your podcast expert here, well, I'm just excited to talk about this. When we talked about sita before Peter is if there was ever an enemy of the Buzzer, it's probably Peta because we've gone after them at least twice in. This will be the third time topics. Toy story, toy story. How does, how to beat a dead horse. They want to feed a fed whore. If you guys, if you guys want to look back, there was a episode we did with Mitch banker a few weeks back, episode four where Peta was in the headlines for all the wrong reasons and they're at it again. So Steve Irwin, famous, legendary amble conservationists, the crocodile hunter. It uh, he left this world far too soon. Um, Oh man, we were in high school. That was, that was a while back and that was a devastating moment. But his birthday was this past weekend. And Google, I mean Google got me, man, like they did this all the Google, the Google doodle [inaudible] that's a hard thing to say.
Speaker 1:
34:59
It's just the Google doodle. But they did a Google Beautiful Steve Irwin holding the crocodile and it was great. I mean it was, I got a little foot clumped and then the day was going well until peta decide just to throw shade, not even shape. They just threw straight up mud on Twitter basically just defaming these were, I'm not going to read the quotes entirely just because I think it's, it's eerie how reprehensible what they've done. But he's using a lot of big words. Henry is 10 was like source kind of guy. That's my favorite dinosaurs. And so like your favorite dad joke or is it sure is. Sure is. Um, but anyways, uh, Peta through crap, a see of her wine basically saying that he was violent animals and that, that he didn't have their best intentions at heart, which is, which is just [inaudible] and he's my third strike and I don't know guys like these peanut for real or is this all marketing fluff?
Speaker 1:
36:03
Everything is marketing. It has to be, everything is market is fake. Why would you go after Steve Irwin who has done, I'm going to speak on behalf of animals if I may please. He has done so much good for animals and the community of the jungle. I would agree. Well and his now wife and his children are big animal life and they do a lot for local zoos. They do a lot for their conserving animals who are endangered. I mean the whole family, it has lived out his legacy splendidly. I do a lot on late night television to do the same on Fallon like all the time. Like once a month. Yeah. So Peter back off, dude honestly fight you. They really have done more for animal conservation than Peta has. Peta actually puts down a lot of pets, a lot of dogs and cats. That's part of it.
Speaker 1:
36:50
That's part of their, their organization. That's part of their thing. That's part of the thing because they claim that it's, you know, it's not, which to some extent I agree with this. Like you don't want a bunch of feral animals running around. We pot, we populating and expanding that and I agree. You want to control that, that population the same time. Like they try and take his high road, this holier than now mindset of we'll never hurt an animal, but like you're literally killing animals. Our government. I mean, I don't know. So there you had it, Peta shill out movies. There's one thing and one thing in particular I want to cover this week and I'm movies. I mean we talked about the Oscars on TV and I don't want to, I don't want to feed a fed horse there, JT, to to quote quote Peta, but I do want to get into the big losers.
Speaker 1:
37:41
Tanner, you actually broke this for me on, on your, your Instagram story and I think I'm going to go on to let you take the, take the reigns here because there's a very prominent movie coming back into the fold as my sources told me earlier in the war and the week space jam too. We'll starting Lebron James and we, this was a rumor for, for quite a long time now. It's finally they released the date, I think it's uh, July, 2021 is when the movie is coming out, which is exciting. I'm pumped to get your GED. Did you watch, how many times do you watch space jam as a kid? Like the original where you super into five? I probably couldn't, couldn't give you an exact, I've watched it so many times. It is my, I mean it is my favorite movie man. Like in the, the soundtrack was probably the front center.
Speaker 1:
38:29
Uh, it was the most, it was the soundtrack of my first grade year. Yes, yes. We were all seeing lyrics to our Kelly, which in hindsight, but nowadays I think, man, what a great film and I think ESPN even tried to rank it and they're like, bash it as a sports movie and I think they're wrong. It transcends sports movies. Yeah. But this was a great PR ploy by Michael Jordan and during the define a generation. It did. It was a Michael Jordan. He knew, he didn't know he had a gambling problem. We thought he was just playing up and saving the looney tunes from Harlan Stars who doesn't have a gambling problem. Aright guys we've talked about that. It's fixing a divot. There was just so many, it was just a, it was a, it's a hilarious movie. You can't, would wait to have kids for the sole reason of saying let's watch space jam.
Speaker 1:
39:18
That's great. Well, my heartbeat crushed if they don't like it, 100% hundred percent and the thing about that movie is, okay, so even just looking at the cultural impact, there was never a situation where an athlete was that sensational to where a movie was written about him. Michael Jordan transcended sports trans to Hollywood and in, in literally bugs bunny teamed up with his airness. Oh, it's such a good, it's fantastic. And the premise is like it, that was a true story. It happened. It would definitely happen now. Our whole world has been changed because of Michael Jordan helps save them and then they went up themselves by putting Bill Murray on their pill. Newman, he's so good. Like that Calorie Burns in there. I mean everyone is in there. You post a good question there, JD. Earlier you said, okay, who would be the new, the new five and the new five starting alongside we look for on James.
Speaker 1:
40:14
Right. And that it doesn't matter what you think about Lebron James. He has changed our world and he has done a lot of good for the world as well. Even if you're Jordan truth or you can at least get on board to say yes, he is a prominent figure out right now. And I am a Jordan. I want to stay on the side of Jordan. Absolutely. Okay. Jd, do you have a five that you would go with? I do. I think, and this is just off the top of my head, I would say Lebron. I would say Steph curry. I would put, I put Kevin Durant because he's kind of like that tall. He'd be like that tall. Monstar so it'd be easy money sniper. The blue one. Kevin Durant. Steph Curry, same squad. Lebron. I would put, um, I don't know if I'd add Janice. I mean he's a freak.
Speaker 1:
40:59
Like he's awesome. I pay Ya. I throw [inaudible] in there and then who'd be my last one? Well you have to have two more cause Lebron's going to be to start. He's going to be, I'm just, there's Tom. Yeah. I would also add trying to think western conference and Eastern conference call. I Leonard so supine, no theory would dictate banana boat a few hours I'd Annabel yeah. But I feel like banana boat has aged very and yeah. And and not aged well. No, not age. Well I feel like we're going to throw someone in like a, by the way, banana boat would account for James Harden. Harden banana boat would be Dwayne Wade. Uh, uh, Chris, Paul, Chris, Paul, Carmelo, Lebron and then you may throw in Bosch for good measure. Yeah. But moe like all those with exception of Chris Paul and somewhat Dwayne Wade or irrelevant. Yeah. And I think that you're right, you have to go younger.
Speaker 1:
41:50
Tanner, you got to put a strong, I think, I think Janice is in there for sure. And I think Luca dockets from the mavericks isn't there as well, which makes JD happy. And I love, I love Luca. I love me some. Look, I think he might be in there as well. I agree with you with harden and Kevin Durant's. Um, but I also think that, um, well I think Steph curry needs to be in it. He's just like the lovable, he's like the lovable Muggsy Bogues type character in there as well. But I can also see Anthony Davis and there as well. Totally. I think it would be a fun take with his university. Do you try and get ahead of a, make a gamble and say that design should be in there? Science is a monster. Yeah. If you watch the way that he plays the way that he dumps a little bit that he moves on the court.
Speaker 1:
42:34
He is a monster. It's supernatural man. Is He, ah, he breaks out of his shoes. He breaks out of, she was wild of, yeah. Yeah. So it's definitely an interesting food for thought. But we want to hear from you guys, and we'll post this on Instagram this week, but who would you like to see it actually Tinder, you said this before the show. I thought this would be a good idea. They should throw in maybe some non basketball athletes in there too. Yeah. What if they made like a a a captain planet type character, right. Where their powers combined. Right? So she's like you taking like Serena Williams right to comedy at Andy Sanberg right. It's a funny basketball player. It's a comedy, right? Yeah. I almost hope that they go a slightly different direction, but I'm thinking our kids nowadays, I've asked this question before, our kids nowadays, do they know about space jam?
Speaker 1:
43:21
See I'm like, is it going to be well, is it going to be 25 and up? We were going to watch it gets even more about looney tunes. Which hey, thinking about this list too. It was like, well what if they added like Diana Taurasi of Uva and she is a straight baller. Like she has been. Well I know that's the thing. You go back to the, everything is marketing to William is this gets in, throw her in certain, it would be fun. Uh, I think the, the US women's soccer team, we had a few people that could throw in there. But yeah, I think it's going to be a fun movie. Like all in all, I don't think it's going to be a shot for shot remake. I think they're gonna they're gonna definitely like to your point trail differently. Well, I think they need to.
Speaker 1:
44:03
We'll do. Okay. Uh, what were you guys' thoughts on dumb and dumber? I love the original. Right. And then with dumb and dumber and dumber, right. And then dumb and dumber to write well or new. Well, day number two. So dumb and dumber was a brick wall that Jim Carrey and Japan. Yeah. Yeah. And then they made dumb and number two, which was not that good. No, but for me, it didn't take from the original, it just was not that good. And I think that's a, that's a mature, healthy response. And I will say the, a lot of America, so I mean, it's safe to make a shot for shot remake anchorman two was practically anchorman one. Um, most common name, same with the, the hangover movies. Same like hangover to hang over three. I really hope they go completely different with this, but I want them to make a space jam too.
Speaker 1:
44:59
That's completely original. Not like, here we go again, like let's get the monstars back like it needs to be completely yours. Here's the question. Do they really just go all kinds of shock points? Throw in J in there. Is he getting Michael Jordan will not sign off or anything and you can't get them to do an interview. He's not going to be in this movie unless he's the key. The key guy or the figure, they have to bring it back to be the same and I don't even know if there's going to be like a passing of the torch or something like that. I just don't think that happen. I don't think MJ would sign on for that, but if he does, I will cry. You will see an adult male car also. I'm a poet, so it's not a big of a deal, but like I will cry.
Speaker 1:
45:36
It just be the, it'll be one of the greatest moments in my life. I'm hoping for it. I know it's unlikely. I'm calling it [inaudible] Bay a sham to, but who would you guys like to see space seem to starting Lebron James coming out 2021 tell us your thoughts calling anytime this is a good call and call him, call him. We'll pick up sports. So there's three things we're going to cover. The first one is really kind of a selfish topic on my part. I am a CLC. Oxfam, no question about it. I will go 12th man. I don't care what any m he says it can be our thing to just be cool, but I just just be cool. That's what I'm saying. But Russell Wilson is my favorite player currently in the league. Um, I had his Jersey and I've been a fan ever since. We signed them for drafting them, I should say.
Speaker 1:
46:28
But I had, I heard some very alarming news this week. Colin cowherd. And I don't know if he's just trying to boost ratings on his show or what usually usually. But he claims that allegedly a source told him, well, so Wilson is, I been out of the Seahawks in wants to go to the giants. Writtens so, okay, easy. So there's a lot of things to this. So at first glance, ouch. But on second glance, I think if you're Russell, it makes sense, and I don't think this is the case, I don't think he's leading Seattle. I think that Seattle's gonna Franchise tag him again, give them the 31, 32 million, whatever it costs to keep him because he is the heart and soul of that team at this point. There's no longer legion of boom, it's Russell's team. That being said, it's not Papaschase to think that New York would be a good market form.
Speaker 1:
47:20
Another great word and deed. So a couple of things like the factor, and he is in the final year of his contract with Seattle. Uh, he is married to pop star Sierra Sierra Sierra in New York would be a matter of market for. And not only that, but if you look at what New York needs or what they have, they just got a new head coach, Pat Shermer from the Vikings, offensive coordinator who's very authentically minded. The Vikings have had a struggling quarterback in a, I think he's going to be a hall of Famer, but Eli Manning, who is he? He's for sure he's done in the last two years at least I've been rough, maybe even three depending on how you want to slice that season up. And on top of that, they have a lot of offensive potential in Obj and in Saint Kwan. And so it makes sense that they're missing a quarterback and maybe a more intact line.
Speaker 1:
48:13
And so a couple of pieces that can be a team for Russell to go and be in a better market and, and still continued dominance in the NFC NFC a cell. Alright, sorry east. So I don't know. It doesn't, it's not completely preposterous. I don't think it's going to happen. But what do y'all think? I need to ask you this question. Sure. As somebody who I love, I love the Orlando Magic pretty much. It's difficult. You've had your heart kept wheeling even talk about that right now. So I need to ask you, how are you doing as you pour a little more whiskey with the news that I answer your question exactly. I, it is, it is just heartbreaking news to hear a rumor that your guy might be leaving this even if it's not true. You know that someone leaked that for the sick. I think it's, it's for contract negotiations.
Speaker 1:
49:02
That's usually, yeah. Why these stories break. He's, I think Russel's Russell's agent is trying to negotiate more money for him for the Seahawks and he'll get it. Yeah. But still it hurts to think that he's even considered and cause you want to, you want to believe that your star has a blind loyalty to your franchise. But the reality is those days are long gone unless you're a Tim Duncan at the San Antonio Spurs that doesn't exist anymore. And he almost left at one point well sleeves and almost came to the anyways, but for the most game of the city. But for the city of Seattle who they lost their NBA team, they really, I mean they have it, they have a great mls team, but like see how their heart and soul into lose Russell Wilson and he has done a lot of good for that city. He has, I mean he's on Twitter.
Speaker 1:
49:51
He has done a lot of good for that. Say I haven't, I'm going to, but at least like once a week he goes to Seattle Children's hospital with Siara. He's, he's a big part of their, their, uh, I'll altruistic. Uh, I mean he definitely does a lot for philanthropy for the, for the team. But yeah, I hope it's not true. I think it makes sense for him to stay in Seattle. But I can also see in New York meeting a good market, but what do you guys think is we're also going to stay, is he going to go? Hopefully he's going to stay. Just bring that up. But, uh, not as much a, this is definitely a heavier topic and usually we try to keep it light on the Buzzer, but I think that we have a responsibility to cover the big issues going on. Um, very, very unfortunate story now.
Speaker 1:
50:36
I mean, unfortunately even the word, a very dark story that happened this past week, eh, there was a steam that confirmed that Robert Kraft was soliciting a sexual favors from reportedly prostitutes. Although the real headline there is they were trafficked so they weren't, they weren't consensual in this. And there was a sting that happened and involved a, a spa in Jupiter, Florida, sorry, juniper, Florida and all this kind of service. He is as of today, Monday. What's Today's date? The 2020 fifth, he is officially been charged, was arrested. And so the stories going forward, so this is a big deal. This is the owner of the most successful one. Yeah, the most successful NFL franchise franchise ever. And one of the most influential men, not just in Boston, but in, in sports period. As, as sports fans. What's our responsibility in light of this story where you guys make it.
Speaker 1:
51:35
This other news came out earlier this week about Robert Krafts where he was teaming up with her daisy with meek mill to do some things with, um, with, uh, set to do with the, did you just will system and like the way that, uh, inmates are handled it and along the lines of parole and all that kind of stuff. But then this news comes out right after that and this story is still being developed and there's still some there. I think there's like a hundred some names on this last that have, are still coming out. And so, and somebody, I think a or report from ESPN that he was not the biggest name. So there'll be more names that come out for this crazy. To me it's also crazy overall how corrupt. Think of every sport that you guys watch. Think of how corrupt sports are in general when it comes down to money when it comes in. There's something that barstool posted too. There's theories out there with Robert Craft that Roger Goodell set him up. Have Y'all read this? Yeah. You really, there's rumors that he set him up. There's rumors that people are saying that Roger own some of these players. It's just, it's crazy what people are speculating right now.
Speaker 1:
52:48
It's a, it's a broken, it's a broken world for sure. It is very sad because if you think outside of sports, this guy's obviously, I mean he has a wife and his wife passed away, but still he's, you'd like to believe that you, you were, you brought bill sevens on his podcast. Yes. I listen to the Bill Simmons podcast earlier and he, and Bill Simmons is a huge, he's a huge New England loves, loves, loves everything about Boston Sports. And so he was saying something along the lines of well, ever since his wife passed away, he kind of lost his, he lost, he lost his way. And I was like, yes, certainly. Certainly did. But we, I think this is one of these, these situations, one of these stories that breaks where we have to remove sports from it. Sports no longer matters by this point. This is about humanity.
Speaker 1:
53:37
This is about treating and respecting one another. And in that situation like this, like it's going to be reported on the ESPN because of his ties to the patriot. Sure. And because he owns the most successful franchise in NFL history, but at the same time we have to take a step back and look at this and this is huge. It is. It is bigger than you are at your business or not. This is, this is not okay. Especially with everything that's happening in America with stuff along the border. And then just the way that we treat our neighbor in individuals like we see this and it's like, oh that's not okay. It doesn't matter what he owns, doesn't matter who he is and the rest of the names on the list, oh that's not okay. This is, this is not a deflate gate. This is a social justice issue of human beings that have been trafficked in coursed and have lost their dignity and it's, it's you, right JD like there, there is corruption this and it's painful to see that in something that should be as much of a release and is up looking at sports.
Speaker 1:
54:37
There can be something so dark and broken in your sports fans, like we have a responsibility to not just gloss over this and be like, well you know boys will be boys or like sports will be sports like it. It's very important that we call out the issues and say this isn't justice in exists in the things that we love.
Speaker 3:
54:53
Yeah, and I will, I will say on this topic specifically, cause I don't know if we, if any of us need to take sides per se or dive super deep into it, but if you're talking about the NFL specifically, this is very geared towards the most successful owner right now. If we look at what we talked about two or three episodes ago with Corinne Hunt, the NFL is giving him a second chance based on now these are completely separate matters. I think the NFL, they're PR, they need to just take a step back and then you did. They need to get their ish to definitely take a beat. They need to get their ish together because you cannot have, this is okay, but this is not right. Because if you look at society as a whole, if you look at Christianity, I'm just gonna talk about Janice for a second, but ultimately who are we to judge who sent it? You know, so it's like we can't say, oh, Robert crafted this. He needs to go to jail or well, if so and so wants to hit somebody, then they're okay, we'll get, so it's just the NFL needs to take a step back at this point. And this is bigger than football with all these players that are going through all this stuff. I mean it's just, it just does not bode well for the NFL.
Speaker 1:
56:00
Roger Goodell, which I'm not the biggest fan of. This guy needs to let the judicial system run its course. He needs to let legal matters play out. And if Roger, I mean if you know Robert Craft, which I mean, it's on video, it's pretty damning. And so they indict him. Then I think Adele's responsibility is to have a no policy. They go score. We're, there's even a whiff, a whiff of any sort of injustice or easily or fraction that needs to be reprimanded immediately to the point where if the owners are not only suspended but removed from franchise. Yeah,
Speaker 3:
56:38
yeah. I mean it, it should be a no nonsense issue and I know that the Mbas had, does she, but the NFL is the creme de look like they, everybody has their stuff themselves based on the NFL. They have to get their stuff here. This is America's sport quote on quote and how much longer it's going to get. Stuff like this embarrassing
Speaker 1:
56:57
in to not shift gears entirely. But I think to the Mbas credit, while I may not necessarily always agree with the moral stances that that the NBA may take on social issues, I at least appreciate that I'm silver in the league office is at least understanding in Cynthia of what's going on in the current culture is the NFL always seems to be missing a beat. Yeah. And this is, I, I, I'm very apprehensive to see how this
Speaker 3:
57:25
plays out for that very reason. Well, yeah, as a, as a Heejin beefy and myself, uh, I read recently the Adam silver was Kai's been contacted by several NFL franchises. So come in and be like, teach us Adam silver. I was very skeptical at first. He's kind of, he's kind of the kind of debt, he's kind of a boss. He's a lot better than what's his face. He's very self aware and he's, and he has these broader, a cotton says school league. David Stern didn't happened. No. The Mba is, I think, I think it's moving up as one of America's top. I mean I would not be surprised it's a model. It's a model, but it would just become their players, look at the standards that they're, you know, even when it comes to fines, like there's been no major major issues with referees like there has been in the NFL. Yeah, there's some traveling stuff, but I dunno, the MBA is really started to large
Speaker 1:
58:16
and not to go too much on the, from the tangent here, but by and large I feel as though NBA players are relatively aware of what's going on in the culture in in well relatively passionate about, yeah,
Speaker 3:
58:28
social justice. Well, who's the biggest star in the NFL area between the NFL? No one like Lebron James. Tommy probably. Yeah, but he, I mean he doesn't, I don't think he holds a candle to Steph curry, to Kevin Duran and these ones aren't. These guys are guys picking up really well, but here's the thing, you're not wearing helmets. True. And they play 82 games shooting. I want to talk about some of the brain damage of the spam. I don't want, I, I really, I really want to be a fan of the NFL, but they're making it more and more difficult. It's tough. Yeah.
Speaker 1:
59:03
Did this is, this is an important moment in, in the NFL is lifetime in our lifetimes in what's going to happen next has bigger consequences than we may realize. And this is good. This is good delis, most important hour. Yup. And so all eyes are on you bow like we'll see how you handle this. A little bit of a liar story, although not a great story, but going to the world of basketball here. Uh, it is, and this is honestly a much lighter world for us, but uh, you guys obviously know Zion Williams and sorry Williamson and a Zion on has been largely heralded to be the next scene coming into the league. You know, some say that he is the next Lebron something. It could be better. It's far too soon to say anything, but he's going to be a big deal no matter how you slice it. And Zion plays for Duke. And this past week he blew out his shoe entirely and suffered, suffered injury that not
Speaker 3:
60:06
devastated. It was a knee sprain. You'll be fine.
Speaker 1:
60:09
He's going to be fine. But it does raise a good question. And one that has been kicked around to the NBA. Uh, sorry, the NCAA has a headache one in one and done rule for it was a third part of the last 20 years. Uh, yeah, I think one of the last players to be drafted was Dwight Howard the high school. Yeah. Yup.
Speaker 3:
60:28
There were some big ones. So Tracy Mcgrady, Kobe Bryant, Bron, Lebron Dwight said there are players that do come straight did before. The one who did very well. Kevin Garnett. I mean there's the hall of famers that are, yeah. And so the question we're posing is a, do we just as the three of us here as casual NBA fans, do we agree with this NCAA rule that you have to be, you know, in college for that year you have to be eligible and then you get to transfer or if you know, we're NFL or sorry, NBA Scouts are already looking at xy on as the next Lebron, do you skip complete? I mean, for his health, for the fact of, you know, cause so I looked up earlier. So boogie cousins, demarcus cousins, now the center for the Golden State Warriors. Um, he had some criticism of the NCAA model and he was kind of telling Xylan yes, in Supportive Zion.
Speaker 3:
61:19
He was saying, do what's best for you. Do what's best for your health, do what's best for your family. Make that money. The blue. So it's your money. Like what do y'all think? There's a lot of people. Yeah, a lot of even analysts, professional athletes, they're very torn. So I think as somebody who I, so I grew up playing basketball and it was like you play because you, first of all, you love to play the game, but you're there to support your teammates and you're there to support like your, I mean your fans just like your team in general. But then you look at Zions situation, a situation that not many people get put into. Sure. And he already has like he is already worth millions and millions of dollars. He's an unequivocal be expected to go. There'll be number. Yeah, he'll be first round. Yeah. And it's not like there's no question about it at this point, but I mean he's a great player, knows what he's doing on the court, but it's worth a lot of money and it has a chance to lose a lot of money if he gets hurt. I just think, here's, this is my opinion. But if you are going to college,
Speaker 1:
62:21
you're going to college for degree for an education. And if you're not going to get that, if you're only going to go for a year, what's the point? Isn't just a formality. Well that's what I think. That's what the one in general has become. This like it's the formality degree. Let's go. Yeah. Well, and, and when, uh, when this, when this happened, I think it was Luke dockets, you tweeted like something about European basketball, which is a wonderful, yeah, you get paid. So the NBA at this point right now, from what I've heard is they're in talks of like, well you have to make some changes. Totally. They have to, I mean Uber has responded, he has us on that and he will continue to respond to it cause he's, he's going to be does. Yeah. But like they're also like the g league, there's seats for the g league where he was talking shit.
Speaker 1:
63:05
So there are options and I think we're going to see, um, if football in the sense that there is a health risk with them playing too soon. Right. But I think with what we're going to, what w what we might see is there is going to be, um, these players coming out of high school, we're not going to spend good at big colleges, great, wonderful schools like Duke, like North Carolina. They're still going to get great players total, but they're not going to get the guys who are going to give them the first 15 kicks and then gauge your ass. So what, what would you, if you had to make an argument for one day and he had to play devil's advocate and argue for one and done, what would the argument be? Well, I think schools like Duke in schools like, like North Carolina, the safety's huge basketball, uh, programs like they do offer wonderful resources that gets your name out there and they allow you to learn from wonderful minds coach k relay.
Speaker 1:
63:55
So they're going to get that. But at the same time they might be coming from a background or from a situation where their family needs money and they have the talent, they have the ability to get the map. And then you see a lot of that in in college football specialty where we all know there's under the table dealings in which I think just for it goes to show like in the NBA or sorry, in basketball argument against someone in done is because of that very nature. A lot of these kids are breadwinners for their family. Yup. They're coming up from, from low socioeconomic situations. That's like why, why chicken foot around and go play year and risk injury when you could go make millions right of the bat. Well, and the thing about this game, so the gaming which Zion Williamson was hurt, his tickets were as expensive as this super point of $500 because Obamacare, this was a big deal in these players.
Speaker 1:
64:55
But these players, they're not getting paid. And so I think that we will, this is a few things could happen. We could begin to start paying college athletes, which I think is probably a good, it's a good alternative. Like they should be compensated for what they're doing because they are bringing in millions upon millions of dollars for these organizations, for these schools. Or we're going to see him no longer, we plan come march. See me. Interesting. And I think that the NCAA will probably turn into a turn back into a development league, um, for, for players that are not quite ready for the Mba but her pretty close. Yeah. But and that's obviously the NCAA has financial interests in this, so that's their intent to keep, uh, keep Zayn for a year. But what do you guys think should, should the NCAA keep the one done rule or should we go ahead and just get rid of that and go right onto the league and you tell us. We'll post that this week on, on the buzzers, Instagram story. But a lot of good stuff going on in sport will not get stuck. A lot of big stories, a lot of things are happening, a lot of good conversation around, rough around the subject. It's rough. But ultimately at the end of the day, we're here for you. So you tell us, you tell us what, what you guys think and we'll, we'll go from there.
Speaker 1:
66:12
Is at the buzzer. The final topic of the show, and again we have Tanner Olsen, it gay written to speak here in tenor. You're quite the poet I tried to be, but you do know it and a lot of lot of poets usually take on the, oh, that the mantra of a wrapper. On several occasions I had been asked, are you a rapper? No ma'am, I'm not you. And that darn hip hop is one of those hip hop. Yeah. My nickname is snickers, like m. And. M. Okay, buddy. I think mine would probably be a little here, but I will say in the spirit of of you being on the show, I went ahead and looked up with editor Bobo. We looked up a series of rap lyrics. These are, these are one off lyrics from some notable names, also some forgotten names, and we're going to go ahead and take, go around the horn.
Speaker 1:
67:13
We're going to read off these lyrics and then we're going to decipher meaning from these lyrics. So we'll go ahead and trade off one at a time here. But you're our guest handles. So why don't you go ahead and resolve this first one and tell us what this means, who it is and what it means. This is Drake or good friend, Drake, long. Longtime listener. Absolutely. First time caller. What's the timeless. Uh, and he, and he beautifully rides for us. She said, do you love me that seller only. Partly I only love my bed and my Mama. I'm sorry. Ooh, snaps. I was thinking about this one. I read this and I sink. She's asking, do you love me? And I feel like he wants to say yes, but he doesn't believe that she is going to be there for her. Like his bed will always be. And as mother as well, listen, I get that I'm a single man and I get that. I do, I do. And I think that there's some profound truth that, but if I were married, I would believe that at all. Would you like to hear my take on, I want to please me heartache.
Speaker 3:
68:20
It is because word on the street. So when all the drama came out with Drake, you know his son? Yeah. He has a son that he didn't tell you to call them out. Yep. Yes. He has a son with a stripper. Okay. Now it is quoted that his son's name is my bed mob. It's literally you look it up. So some people think I only love, it's not my bed. It's his son. It's a beautiful little play on words. Yes. He loves his son and his mamma. So girl, I like you. Do you love me? I tell her only partly cause I love my bed, which could be a play on it. So that's just word on the street.
Speaker 1:
68:59
That's just my word on the street. I'm glad you're on the street cause I am not one, not one. All have in it. Well deepen the streets. Here is this next from tiger. It says, girl, you're hot and cold. That makes you warm. This girl is a good compromise. That's the moral there. That a, you want someone who just rides that fence right down the middle, right in the middle. No highs, no lows. Just good old Luke. Warm. No, the wreck. The next one comes from, um, the artists. I've never heard of freeway and in which this individual says we from two different cities, Minnesota in Philly. This is a lyric. Somebody wrote this and said, this is good. The best part is missing is not a city. It's not. It's a state. It's not. It's not. It's your time. It's not. It's not good. You Go, I'm no geography major. I'm not, but even I know that's not good. That's not, that's not how you want it to be. I don't think freeways, the listener, so I pretty sure freeway is not tuned in, but yeah, I agree. I think that was a misfire, but I like the intent. I liked the idea of comradery across cross the board, but I think he missed the mark, but yeah. Sorry guys. There is a Minnesota city. Minnesota is, you're really, there is a pop. Shut my mouth.
Speaker 3:
70:24
Population of four. If it's 4,040 to 42 wait, sorry. There's a population of 204 people.
Speaker 1:
70:33
That's probably the one he was talking about. I bet you that was the one. What are the odds? Who Knew? Jenny, why don't you take this next one here? This is a, this is a little Wayne lyric.
Speaker 3:
70:44
Weezy Weezy f baby and the F is for phenomenal,
Speaker 1:
70:51
which in second grade phenomenal did start with an APP. That's right. Great. After that, it was a Ph. Once he learned how, how Ph was actually using and says, I can't
Speaker 3:
71:01
believe wheezy. What are you doing? Wheezy F Baby F is for phenomenal. I mean, he's just getting going here. He's getting gone. I think at this point. At this point, he probably wrote this at
Speaker 1:
71:14
two or three in the morning. He's sick, he's sipping on lean. He sleep deprives and he's trying to seduce a woman and I think at this point it's all about how you present what you're trying to say. You may not, but he is kinetic and I'm at work. It'll get, it'll get a half smile from somebody. We'll crack a smile. Totally. And that's what he's going for. She's, she's probably an English nerd too. She's like, hey referee, you close. All right. Yeah, you take it. The next one. This next one is from the original Rick Ross and he says, put a number on your element. Like it's Notre Dame Ross. Fun fact here at Notre Dame doesn't actually have numbers on their helmets at best. He's the shamrock or the India. Yeah, I mean I don't know. I kinda like this one. This is a, of all the ones that we've read so far, this is the one I wish I would have written. It's not the what, but what do you think he means in terms of like what is the metaphor here? What do you think is, is he do you mean by hit up a woman? Put a number on your helmet. Like it's Notre Dame. And if we ask him what it means, I don't know if this would then still be my favorite lyric of the list so far. But it's interesting. It's not the worst lyric on the list.
Speaker 1:
72:35
It says never let me slip cause if I slip I'm slippin Dr Jay, which I feel like this. Do you guys ever, did you guys have AOL instant messenger bag shirt boy, 37 ha ha ha ha ha. 14 so that was a golfer dude. Oh, what's up man? This, I would have left this as an away message for sure. Never let me slip. Cause if I slip out slip and I mean he's not wrong. He's not wrong at all. But it see, right? No, that's a question because you put this on your little poach. Like if even if you can't see him, you know, and this is the next, this is the next sticker I'm going to have instead of hope. Doesn't let the story and I guess it's going to be like never let me slip who saved too because of the slip is it goes over a basic white girls like her bathroom.
Speaker 1:
73:26
Never laugh. Let me slip it whenever the fog covers the mirror, you'll see never. Let me see my bath mat. Jd, take the next one. I wish I had my third curse word token. You have to censor yourself here. Two. Sorry, 200 carats. Now that's an effing charm. That's a lucky charm. And I don't mean corn. Hold on. 200 carats now, that's an Efin charm. That's a lucky charm and I don't mean corn flakes yelling gs by young Jesus. Young Jeezy man. Well again, so not wrong. You're not wrong at all. Just not on the money. They don't even really know how to seduce women, but I mean it's, you know, it's poetic. It's, I mean, it's poetic. He's rapping and all something I love, which is cereal aisle. All these lyrics just to me are just like, that's a good try. So where, where's his correlation with carrots and charm?
Speaker 1:
74:26
I don't even know. That's some good diamonds, right? You think about the diamonds around charms. The charms. Yeah. And so that's a lucky charm and I don't mean then you, where's the, yeah. Anyways, Helen Entendre. Sean closed this one out. Okay, here we go. Just think if I empty the clip and he killed me, would I still be living young buck? He asked some real questions here. That's a good one. This is one of those that I break it down word by word that basically what he's saying in in modern vernacular is if he did not fire every round in his gun and he or if he did fire ever around his gun and he killed me, would I still be alive? You know, I think there's, I think there's really talks about his legacy. Sure. Bugs legacy. So just think homey. If I ate, if, if, um, if, if I'm young buck and I'm not going to empty my, my clip on you Tanner, and if I'm not going to shoot, if I'm not, if I'm not, if I'm not going to shoot you yes. With what I've got and you kill me, I wouldn't what I still, so this is young bucks, this is his life. This is his thrill. Would I still be living, this is talking about life or death. This is talking about Christianity as a whole. This, this mass loss. I think, I think we're going to need some, some real time to process this episode. Yes. That's I think the real moral of the story here though is that s stands for phenomenal in this podcast. I would give it an f for sure.
Speaker 1:
76:09
There you have it folks. I think that should also your editor Bobo. Can that be the entrance clip? F stands for phenomenal right there. It is. Any of the good times that was at the buzzer. Love it
Speaker 2:
76:22
man. What a good episode. That was a good time. Every bad man. How many glasses anyways, our thanks to you Tanner. Tanner, thanks for joining us today. This was so fun. You could have been getting me back anytime. I appreciate that because we will have the buzzer covered. Banner stands for to get up to speak next week. Can you please just start riding every litter with f even ready is this was, yeah, we're in the speed. Oh my gosh. Let me speak to speak our thanks to just pop culture for being as ridiculous always editor, Bobo producer Jim and you guys are okay. No, y'all are great. We love you and we love you guys listening out there in your car. Stuck on traffic in traffic, on traffic, in traffic APP. You can be struck on traffic. Yeah. Enjoyable. It's not tribal. He you are on driving nonetheless. You guys are great. We post new episodes every Wednesday. If you wouldn't mind going and liking subscribing all you bus map, satellite bus smash out like as soon as you hear that being said, you guys make it choices. You're great. We'll get you later.
Speaker 5:
77:47
You guys are phenomenal habit. Latest skaters.
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