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Danforth Dirt and Sprague 8.12.14 Hour 2

Aug 12, 2014|

The guys further discuss Robin Williams' achievements, the sale of the Clippers, and Crawford's silk shirt.

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Danforth. Like sewing skills. Dirt yeah. -- give small all right then towards third and sprayed his served up by Buffalo Wild Wings during and is trying to upstage me down my own radio show -- -- -- really -- all our secure it. Important thirtieth. On ESPN Sports Radio 1080 of trim just. Alexander Crawford is. Thought something else sick and you say safeguard their listeners are right to be careful. There's thunderstorms rolled into the Portland area. And he's like he's -- how -- you the way he delivered that line was so deadpan that. And so it's doubly you can see the conquer. So here's what -- wearing today it was described Roberts I triple XL. Still insured Akeelah and the music and it's 100% -- -- he's not he's not joking around this so he's missing buttons so he's got -- got his stomach -- it's probably three sizes -- it is in the but yet but he's missing is kind of the -- I have to to a lot of -- yet so -- his -- kind of separates around the belly button area. He's wearing a black hat an eight blank Palin's happy yellow metal. Eddie -- that dubious gotta love these guys so much. You get signing does. -- -- Just want to let everybody know he and and we've got a weather emergency here in the -- there storms by the way we'd you know back spot is happening everywhere ready for your a -- -- said that. So we do find ourselves. Off the air. Like -- I think we're doing an emergency alert may be. Potential. Yet there can be 1 coming in central there was the popped up on the -- worried you know they were doing -- we're playing an emergency alert proper. No doubt they are in -- OK so now you Robert -- of my. There was one on the other was one that popped up on the TV they cut us off -- is -- when those alert systems come up on the TV it's -- testing you sit there -- -- usually you're gonna -- when my TV shows for a test -- -- it works -- -- get back to the programming -- jokes on you -- you actually -- -- jokes on video -- there was actually in a thunderstorm -- in our area so there are thunderstorms apparently -- into the area we got this tax I don't -- what he's I don't believe he cares if we're careful or not that was -- -- -- decent. Didn't result hairs he's that Kennedy got theirs yet shares of mistaken -- he gives you the tools to take care of yourself to -- Portland -- I don't interrupt -- here. -- we're tightening -- right now. We're now on the air are we off the care at no Crawford -- -- the dusty and dusty are we off yeah. Nobody knows what's going on anymore we're just kind of hanging out to take -- -- though we can record this made a hole somewhere put it out at clubs later on when my favorite part about the -- is when dirt we'll look at new followers on Twitter NC fantastic body -- -- smoking hot. And while wanna meet this one. I wish we could put them on the air -- This is fantastically that we are back patio and here we are back on the back on the -- so we just -- an entire five minute segment we hot we on them they have we have got to let us. I think we're stated entire five minutes and you just miss five minutes of radio hole I throw out there let's. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Have you dismiss good -- anybody here -- -- talked about Alexander Crocker let his I wonder I gotta go back in this and that we got a longer. I really wanna know how that's out on the air pretty good out of problem Saturday to air all right -- This isn't -- -- -- outrage and we -- we kept talking lions. Not good couples -- and radio and was a good it was a good segment radio we can say that I. I wanna know this how do you get that job like how do you become the weather alert guy what do you think we can never rise and that's the -- Celeste who holes The Who decides to push the button yeah who does as a lot of response and there's a lot. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Maris and usually -- her and that's where it stopped that we're describing Alexander Crawford silk shirts. He is Oakland days hats in the middle seventies by yeah it all stems from his update because his update was phenomenal he gave you leaky fuel warning in his update this is gonna come so you knew what was on his way. But -- -- probably get somebody Texan is in between Crawford's let it go last week in his clothing description this disks used your ops he's a thousand guys doubting it now than a thousand. You guys know the the Heidi game that happened I think was the late sixties it was one one of the best comebacks in NFL history and at a NBC. Cut out the last two minutes -- they had was scheduled to air Heidi. I believe was the name of the show that there is an air and they cut the last two minutes of the game and all these viewers are like or are you serious and then no one knew what -- -- the papers the next morning is like. You looked like seventeen point comeback in the last two minutes of the game and they cut it to air this this children's television programming. I think that's a little bit of what we just had you know how long we're off the -- for. I think like to. Two and a half and instead of the run we run the apps are we're getting people -- in saying it was phenomenal radio figure you -- -- Is able to jump on the Mike in Portland Oregon and describe what happened in 1964. With the weather in eruption in the sporting event. Only Alex -- that -- are you kidding me. In 1964. They -- No football game first so called -- -- because that the thunder storms. Where -- get that information that -- -- -- for ladies generally tell him on a daily basis don't ever change please don't ever change proffered I don't think he ever will that's the best candidate info that you get round lower demand. Property view do you get the opportunity. Would like to hear out that sounded over the here. If we can we could fire and if we could find that audio so our show got completely derailed there during that segment -- just we got a picture. Act the DD yes you know if you -- the picture of our producer out in a proper. He started off as an intern on the show he did it will be as evident in the end he was he the only answer we've ever had he did such a great job for -- we went to our bots and certainly you have. Have to hire this guy. He's just too good not to have around these -- yeah but yesterday we were laughing so hard we were driving colorless and ended to dusty and sue -- prime time. It was their first or second segment he just flared up and -- or right in the middle sex and -- just derail the entire thing it was radio -- it really was. There exchange -- If you guys -- know about the Heidi game the details that would be god doesn't let the Heidi in a case though the jets are leading 32 to 29. In the final minute. Of this game they're playing the Oakland Raiders this is 1968 the raiders score two touchdowns in the final minute to come back and win. 43. To 32. And an NBC cut. And Tucker final minute because they had to go -- Heidi and no one ever saw the game know whatever I don't know the footage even exist. Should -- We're also one more task for you. We need to find out who was responsible. For issuing out the emergency alert system ES who pushes that button I'd like to interview that particular person I want that responsibility. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The nasty is thunderstorm there have been and was in Georgia in the south all there and yeah -- ever since then like whatever you throw whatever Oregon under stormy one -- I was scared from manulife. That thunderstorm in Georgia so stay safe in I guess we'll get back to sports next the -- sale is final and the NBA. Is going after. What's his face I can't think it was named the segment socks -- back after this Donald Sterling. It's an -- fans. On. Danforth -- spray just served up by buffalo while doing this on ESPN's Sports Radio or 1080000. In May oh. -- -- Problem these opportunities alleging if you would like to see Alexander proper radio isn't enough. Comedian that we can get quite do you justice to him. TV tedious you know we'll -- you -- if you follow us on Twitter we got some outstanding show the league's stuff wasn't paying. Yes if he follows that we will give you follow that they like to see your listeners and what the right to it. Suppose that the media show that's where you can get the picture of him as well on it recently described him aptly as the Cramer attending different. They did they did and also your -- of their imports that was being attacked -- -- that proper that was such a -- -- sure that he in the closet that locked in you're in the commercial break it's that you don't want dynamite -- for -- -- -- -- -- -- -- big -- you know what's coming up next out of Kansas segment Sox weren't sometime this. We're wee -- on its. This was to. Terrible weapons and it's that supposedly under elegant thunderstorms honor and a boy Crawford keep of the lower body element today that he said we shoot death. Do you who cares about sports continue this you -- -- -- -- more things as sport but it is a slow -- always had very slow days somebody said it's severe damage. Morning quarter sized -- sixty mile an hour winds but it's senator from seeing the for the mountains I will say no more annoying -- them out. At least in Oregon I would say. Then hail hail as the worst we Healy is stare at Indian ladies -- -- over the Gaza that can get some problem with -- ideology outside price fifteen years ago hurts it is. It ruined car working gets the tiniest -- not in well not prairie area you can east central -- yet you're getting the golf ball hit generate any anything like high desert. That's screwing up your car yeah that's an -- cars Brady got to go but it fixed or mail or you -- it's a kidney stone this is the earth passing a kidney stone. Me and to sit there and take a letter on your wedding -- your weather analogies from. G usually -- angels ball in snow and gods it's in his hand there's a lot of I think this man whether it's foreign. I knew this is going to be an NC game we came in and we sat looked as we got there's little white board that we fill out all of our segments that we do anything you can see that on our show Twitter -- -- -- we treated at a picture but. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- get back until 1105. And there was nothing planned and on our show I don't know what to prepare for but you know what sponsor something why happened without Albert the great Alexander Crawford something -- -- Texas is a great point imagine if we get stuck where we are because of the weather Crawford -- anywhere and that he's got us. It's that it's the end of the world just and we got -- net alert on our TV national and National Weather Service he just got to read so are we being in -- to begin there's a very real possibility this could be back to back segments that were being an erupting you know what. I wanted to talk to that National Weather Service guy you don't -- you whether -- all -- try. Coach you around here our show is as bogus man and we on the radio that. I don't think we are. We just continue to do our show as is the and it's today. Now does this have for not on the radio we still that apple is -- just wanted to talk sports today have fun and enjoy it Weathers grew and an all out -- Steve Ballmer the new clippers on -- hey see you tell us. Seen. Here. It's happened embody the Steve Ballmer if you're a member was going to go to Seattle and rescue that city with the Sonics a setback no thanks I prefer LA. But the LA clippers from Donald Sterling it went through the whole court system. And he of course if -- member turned over his trust to -- Stirling she took it over but that is official the NBA has officially sold the paperwork signed it's ready to go. But the NBA is now going after Donald Sterling. And there are countersuing. And trying to go after him for some of the costs they incurred in some of the damages they incurred because of him. I am of the belief that if you win a case like Danny you're the NBA you leave well enough alone you move on any say you know what we're done with this bombers officially legally the owner now and why do you have to counter sue I don't I don't ten. Well I mean there's a point always in their somebody's going after your business and trying to point fingers and talk about how wrong you aren't handily how you handle your business. Our chill a little -- Emmys -- party that's like screw this and look the NBA is going to be. It's going to be here forever it will I will always live on Donald Sterling will not you'll forget about him in thirty to forty years -- joke about him and in a segment at the end of the show in thirty to forty years. And that's it. But there's got to be business aspect where somebody's taking -- trying to clean you out and get money. And and trying to you know tell you you can't dictate who owns why. I get pretty fed up with that too and what the NBA wants to collect on what they've punished him with -- doesn't want him to an -- million dollar fine and now the NBA wants to collect on that. That's a greater image to send -- masses descend to their players and to the rest of the fans. We're not gonna sit here we're not gonna deal with racism even if you're accidentally cotton this is the stance he MBA took when they did this. We are not gonna sit back and allow that kind of behavior in the fact that he took them -- court originally. I see we are coming from but I don't blame them that they want a comic countersuing collect the money that they wanna punish him. No I don't blame them at all again to be another inch -- here is when you type you brought this up for the -- sprays when you look at this from a Seattle perspective but who when you think about how much money Steve Ballmer is now paid for the clippers to two billion dollars in the fact that he could've spent far less -- that just to get an NBA franchise to stay in his city and Seattle. To me if you're basketball fan in the city of Seattle that's tough -- to to swallow because. You look around the rest of the NBA there's -- -- there are some other teams are some rumors about certain teams that might be looking to move. But all those of kind of calmed down a little bit he still don't have an arena deal done because you don't have a team going there. And yet I think that's gonna courtesy NHL coming your city because he's still don't have an arena deal in place where. Maybe it's evil look at a city like Portland now in to be that's in that I -- here is I lusty bombers out of Seattle. I know it sucks for sonic fans and it -- -- people that want the NBA back in Seattle. But as it Portland sports fan I'm so happy this happened because if I banana -- to be an NHL organization. I'm looking at Portland now and saying hey that's a city that has the Mota said they have an arena in place and it we should go there aren't set a Seattle. But I that's I guess you're able the other come from in this in that. PR battle -- the PR battle has been one. Just from a mental standpoint don't you just want a clean break and move on. Like it it is our immediate that's what I would want out of the Indian I would -- going to court is what does it go and maybe he's up and he says screw this I don't wanna fight anymore yeah I just wanted to distance myself as much as possible and what's the most money you're gonna get -- he just sold for two billion dollars what's the most are gonna get out of them. Couple melting snow that is now a million and that's that was part of punishments ridiculous the NBA's -- -- -- -- -- -- you stand to gain more here. It's a move on white transmit. And to advance the story along as far as they think it move move beyond where -- where -- currently Agilent to be an opportunity did you. Bulletin -- -- this sale is gone through now they're getting official bombers now the owner of the clippers to -- this is story that's gonna die -- semi government -- care when Donald Sterling is gonna be doing everybody like if this is story -- six months from now the NBA's continues to -- -- is is still -- -- -- -- -- recovered now -- he's no longer the -- and -- official to -- you -- the story -- dead -- -- to be -- within five years -- yet. Yes that is -- -- sports because there's -- sport I mean there's -- play playoff chase going on right now -- -- -- -- -- -- -- and that's the only reason this is -- but even with today even with the NFL pre season will get this week we -- hard -- tonight you get this -- the NFL pre season and then we're still left with a couple of weeks before college football and another three -- to the -- direct -- does not -- his two weeks go by -- end. So I yeah I do understand that that there will be. That this will pass but does my own personal stance on things in life. If I got the ability to move on I'm -- trying do it. And and that and that's what I would do here I was the MBA Steve Ballmer the official owner now legally the owner but the MBAs gonna go train -- -- totally. In somebody Texas and I think it goes along the lines hearsay and and I agreed says look we already got the got to give up his team for freedom of speech we don't need to be suing a began just begun with a hit and I read what what do you get when you're gonna win a couple million dollars good for you. Yeah I'd I'd walk away to be honest with was shot and you know BGB he wanted to -- says who can do the best weather emergency voice this is they actually really interesting thing because there's been some radio people that have done bits. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And scared the crap that everybody because they all thought it was a real yes -- in radio there's a couple of different things that you can't say some things that are trademark. Other things that we'll get two huge fines from the SEC in the emergency alert system is one album that if you even mocking it and we're trying insane it in any way you're doing kind of impression a bit. Is a huge fine from the FCC's decision to be safe. I don't know if we -- on the ad that entire segment was. Singles what do people Nazis from do you save sprayed Fred what does somebody dies because I'm sure he wishes -- your safe genuine home -- -- and how would you feel and we'll don't want near trees lightning -- -- -- when I mean awakenings Fletcher and go inside man what if your car has struck by cheering. I'm just saying you know what stay away from grass stay with the shrubbery out there OK you know bush is no trees the edges of -- floral patterns. Oregon Ducks barking up the wrong tree that's all I would say has some instructions for use this man this season has bark was worse than his bite. The laser like to accomplish during the Senate's plan and think. Is gonna Robin Williams here a second chance to -- brass college he would be taking your text also long. At five factories or five of the game to -- sex line we're gonna put together meaning brackets. Trying to you know general we think is the best Robin Williams movie of all time courses passing history suicide yesterday. Yeah. Replica when he touched on this the organ ducks football tennis I don't know policy. Group these whenever they are at. Released their color suggests real complex. And this is a real thing with fans need where -- eggs. Actually her -- have may -- yet they had a color coordinated schedule brain district also scratches -- tickets okay let's get on board you know -- -- -- Buffalo's front man dirge is busted -- the notepad and -- like he's gonna right now. I mean. Yeah how low green a little young man he is and the last half my yellow shirt and yellow it's yellow. Actually kind of Smart. But it is a little gimmicky but -- -- very gimmicky a lot of schools do this though. This is the first time ever -- -- liking the -- organs went public I don't -- states when I went there and he put it in the paper yet they do -- like that in it was kind of go around and circulate -- -- -- is -- talking -- people all right -- we're gonna win or do you. And it just kind of happened organically. But isn't the first time ever seen Maurice school comes out. For an entire season yes -- usually you do it like -- fans Wear this color this matter right -- white -- theory is that -- black out this Orange County or whatever but to do it before the season starts -- excuse -- a dark out my apologies there was a big issue or exactly I think as soon as I said it I didn't realize -- that's I immediately jumped to an -- out that you guys had to go back and they hear is the racist -- Here's the -- schedule for the football that was very briefly is is not that interesting but fans need to know this kind -- by the way we talked about this you guys doing. -- we do business -- -- -- Mike rarely has -- yeah. New beaver fans and one color -- They're not as lucky to have all the color options that the dikes that Israel warns on this list for the dogs and he's now that's the next -- and I'm still waiting for -- I'm still waiting for the silver out. Wins the silver up -- this is the one color that they've incorporated and a lot of fans look at you like really like where did you get silverlight black okay did you black everybody can get away with -- black. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I guess Michigan State they're gonna do all yellow look at ad has no longer range in 08 lightning strikes is brought that up because it gets road games are going to be born to. Yes they do and so the other home games. Arizona they want everyone to Wear black. Stanford they want everyone to Wear black is meant to accept it. Colorado they want they're going to agree now what do I expect. He's feeling good about that is really great what's the other perceptions you remember. When -- test at the end of this -- all hills ball and they hit it includes derail that that's. Pay attention all right what color -- are you supposed to Wear. October 2 against Arizona black that's correct what -- The opening game -- yes it's EU we lost our memory not Michigan State yet -- yeah animals three for three or paid attention. This guys over here to pull this is it would do it about this is stupid to remember all these analysts and -- Stupid people can remember dumb facts and acts of deceit its. Our right now I don't know the show's turned into but. Let's do this not a lot of sports no no no it is not a sports. Robin Williams a retired to a writer from the LA times who covered him in to provide some perspective. There is -- say that about Robin Williams yesterday. When I when I found out the news is just how big an impact he's had on our life and -- there if you're ready if I would even say. 35 or forty if you're under that age he had a real impact on your in your years growing up -- -- and then if you're over that age you were able to kind of appreciate his -- not that you're not able to appreciate his -- when you're younger. But you don't really appreciate what's going on as much as you largest in joined the work that's put in front of Eden so no matter what age you are you had an appreciation. If you're over the age of twenty basically got an appreciation for Robin Williams and what he was able to do. And and how his career Spain ended. Just generation after generation for us you look at the movies he made in the late eighties and the early nineties when we're really grown up. And it's just incredible the influence he had. On just day to day life and day to day just entertainment. He was always interesting to me in the sense. You you're appreciating you knew that he was behind some incorrect. Double movies mrs. doubtfire. -- dead poet's society goodwill on teen. He's a voice to Jeannie don't Latin -- -- cage and Ernie -- he touched every platform whether it's comedy drama scary movie you mention one hour photo earlier. He did such a good job he's one of those guys to. Look at his resume -- last couple years. And look there are there's a medium a movie or two sprinkled in there but overall his career was something that a lot of new and all he had a TV show for a year all he's in the TV movie -- movie that was released straight to dvd. Most people -- follow those ones but he sprinkle one in any occasion that the -- it. You did appreciate what he brought to arm of the movie -- old dogs it was him in John Travolta. And they're just these two old guys and I forgot the premise but then he went to Miami because their bachelor's. And he was trying to get this tax you called free man because he's getting a divorce but he got you drunk -- the guy thought he sent Fremont. So -- Fremont tattooed over his -- just not a really good movie. But that's what he did he make the movie funny he may -- wanna stick around and watch for two hours. And throughout his entire career it's really well said wait wait when you pointed out their Danforth. Forty and under. Whether you're in the prime of your life or you're get in the prime of your life with your eating your formative years your teens or twenties. He struck everybody from that raged on even the people in the fifties and sixties. You can appreciate what he did in his career you liked a lot of his work he's one of the most transcendent actors and comedians that we've had a long time to go from stand up. Ticked at comedy to TV to movies mean to do everything that he did his career you're looking at one of the greatest talents of all time Iranian entertainment industry and that's why I had heard so much not only because he -- impact our lives so much with his movies and things that he did. But he's is one of the most. -- do -- greatest talents all around a really easy to put him in that convert. -- absolutely -- I completely agree and I a lot of times you know we -- society can -- product and celebrity -- sometimes and sometimes I look at it -- a -- like -- nobody knew the guy -- why are -- getting wrapped up -- -- because he was a celebrity. But but there are certain guys that are transcendent to that -- to be Robin Williams is one of those guys -- and the last time I felt this way after a celebrity -- was Michael Jackson because it's the same thing -- we grew up listening to Michael Jackson was kind of that debate pop star of our childhood so we you know we grew up following him and listening to him and obviously a lot of different circumstances played -- his death. And he was not who you know plays as well thought that he will as a Robin Williams was but you spend tonight reminiscing and I memorable back and listening to Michael Jackson songs on night for a week or two it's all I had -- listen to. Because he kind of wanna remember what it was like it has been the same way with Robin Williams -- you spending you know a day or -- look up all the movies said he made it in every single time you look at that list. There's always a couple -- like -- and I forgot about that movie that was an awesome movie because every single one. He was one of those actors Xena Tom Hanks is my favorite actor but he was one of those guys along those same lines as Tom -- work. If he was in a movie you have to go see I didn't care if it was serious -- -- if it was scary adding -- it was a comedy. I get the stupid if there was a Robin Williams movie on TV he had to go see it to stand up was the same way I remember his last HBO stand -- special was fantastic I loved it. You mentioned earlier -- gets a little too dirty did to play some of the clips on. And it's for evil most of the Harry Alford it is hilarious it is hilarious and I just there's no way I could edit what he said all you mean like -- Yeah yeah yeah and -- it did that there's somebody classic moments and everybody remembers it. It's so tragic when it happens this way you reticent earlier -- where you know what when your -- and suicide. It's a completely different can't warms than just a normal death double major drug overdose if you will it was a guy did he took his own life and to me that's what makes it's so sad that he was a guy was only 63 years old. He a lot of years to live he was still a great actress still a great comedian still very funny. Was still do one of appearances and interviews and an -- in every every everything you read in the last week for hours -- -- a negative thing written about it and I made the analogy earlier it's a lot like Tony -- and an aspect to that respect where. When somebody like that passes away it's very rare and in today's day and age of athletics or just celebrity culture to find somebody that's genuinely good person I know we had his demons that he battles but everybody has everybody have their demons that they battled weight. From their professional life but it it's very rare to find somebody. That nobody has a bad thing to say about nobody in the last 1213 fourteen hours to set a negative thing about -- and it really shows it shows you what kind of character he had as a person. I would I think what this dual -- trying to do the impossible task of giving new our top five movies would you enjoy yours as well I would just people I can't think of somebody better and then I thought about the -- -- time. Somebody better at all three aspects of this stand up. Comedy movies dramatic movies the rain itself the range that he had. I I'd be hard pressed to find somebody that did it not only can do it. But can do it as well or even come close to doing as well loser as being brought in -- and -- huge it was huge what color that's supposed to -- against Arizona October 2. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- A viewer to enter text on your listening and a man tortured and sprayed on ESPN's Sports Radio to -- and. Then towards dirt and sprayed his served up by Buffalo Wild Wings on ESPN's Sports Radio 1080 welfare and get down all of my car -- Well it's not well what -- it. It was brand -- know what year is it nice and I remember. You got somebody. A limited -- than it -- and at the times and the rank 26 years are you from around here I want. But I've been Jumanji. Indonesia. He wasn't peacock. Yeah. We're breaking our top Robin Williams movies of all time. It -- to -- Texas did a pretty insightful when it comes to Robin Williams and some issues surrounding his life and we discussed this earlier in the show just how. We had big in the suicides and obviously finishing medical topic but it does Lyndon. The viewpoint of him a little bit differently I think people view him still in a very very positive light. And that as yet get the feeling of -- -- -- to do it this is that's possible. I think -- dealing with people -- wow how could a guy it's that funny and that successful. Go through stuff like this which leads to you never know all. What particular people are going through their life at any given time. People knew he was battling alcoholism and depression and whatnot. But it's still goes to show. And think that I think there's a level underneath people. Of all people Wear their struggles that go on it and they're tough to like and -- -- -- time. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Well we had a shoulder -- probably about a month or so ago and indeed a fourth got a call his dad was in the hospital during a commercial break in -- cycle Heidi you know you -- kind of re -- got to refocus -- got to continue to perform we don't protect insane clown illegal what did you do to get out here we do -- and now I you know I need to finish it -- is my job so. You never know people are going through you really daunting and I had a friend of mine and I grew up with and committed suicide about a month or two ago and it's always that you know did the feeling did the immediate reaction is is was there anything I could -- -- and that's the hard part about suicide it. That makes it different than other gases that you know is somebody dies from a drug overdose or a car you know that there's everything is tragic when somebody passes away at -- close do you. But whatever it's a suicide you're just left thinking was back and -- can -- I've reached out can -- touch base tonight. I've asked questions you know kind of poked and prodded to make sure that they were doing OK I basically couldn't do that would probably and we didn't know him personally but it's always hard to move on from -- like gap because he was so beloved by everybody and that's what makes -- so hard to understand how you -- be so down went. With so many people out there and globulin support you -- look. Sometimes it's the most unfortunate and of events with people that really get us thinking about issues that we don't deal is that we ignore a -- and our lives and if I take anything away from Robin Williams and what happened the tragic accident. I look in I say that was a guy that I had a lot of respect I was one of the biggest fans of -- Williams growing up. I still enjoyed his work now I -- just as it was a release of an air the Snickers commercial where -- is in -- shelling -- and air that one's got three movie set to come out Hedo and mrs. doubtfire was in the works they were talking about now. That's right they're gonna -- -- now sorry him. It's it's those events that when they happen. We we need to get to a point and in as a society looks something we never going to be and how we need to point though. Where we stop having to come on and say we need to do more we need to start noticing the signs we need to start being more there for people that that are down and not feeling greater. Need to be cheered -- -- just need a a lot of that stuff because you don't let UN that that's true that's true and look there are going to be a lot of people you can't help but how many times have we done that in our lives where we see something terrible happened in its self inflicted and we sit there though. -- look at -- and -- it's enough asking what you could have done and just do something already DC somebody. They even you don't know it -- looks a little down eighty hours a day going -- a little things like that. Then go along way for a lot of people and I had a cousin like that -- try to commit suicide like fifteen times. Obviously she really wanna take her life but she went through that process. And all you can do is ask questions and try to be there for somebody try to make him feel better and uplift their spears and there's one thing you know we walk away with for this Robin Williams incident. It's what can you do and then maybe you need to start doing to help people feel better about themselves and their allies -- When did you almost the impossible task of giving you our top five this is is it isn't -- it it is but this is my our personal top fives look yours at 5530 fiber he got some or read here and a -- My five wood -- accordingly number five I would put dead poet's society and number four I would put Jumanji. Matches I learned that movie's villains and ray ray concept is in great original I that needed a fantastic job number three output hook. Number two would be allowed in I thought his job that he did with -- was just over I think is the most underrated. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Of -- Robin Williams. You know that that's a great lesson like Robin Williams is so good that you not really gonna look at someone's listing all what do you mean not -- this one out. I would go five I'd probably go dead poet's society. Four I would go the birdcage and -- we have an outstanding he was he was great he was funny. Three I would probably ego. Goodwill nineteen to common legal hook and one and a lot of people might disagree it is it's one of the most underrated movies of all time in my opinion. Death to -- Yeah if you have yes he's a little below and then brought up today you haven't seen that with Robin Williams it's -- very dark comedy Jon Stewart -- Edward Norton's -- it's kind of a spoof on of this show Barney in the kind of that child industry entertainment. He is soul. Whole areas and dark in that movie that was one of my favorite. Comedic movies -- he. Ever did yeah that that is one that that hasn't been talked about I can't do in order and I left out mrs. doubtfire additionally just a lot of classifieds -- on -- -- on our in my top five in with sixty -- I can't do in order because I do -- just had to do in order -- -- deserve this idea of how do you -- not solved. I'll letter read off all his movies -- I love every single one -- dead poet's society goodwill hunting hook Patch Adams which a lot of people have brought up and good morning Vietnam I loved it with the radio aspect obviously but. Like how to eat -- keep DiMaggio off the list I don't keep it -- Dow fire up the list IE keep but the -- you know birdcage topped the list. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It was just kind of a hyper knuckle headed -- played. Adrian good morning Vietnam. That made relatable to an older generation and that gets -- a point where he was a guy that it didn't matter there's certain guys in it we get this a lot where there is ages and out there are certain times you know. And you look at an actor or somebody and say he can't relate he can't do this but there're there are few actors out the -- relates every generation every sex every. Every no matter what they can relate to everybody probably is one of those guys. Those are top fives were reading yours on the tech machines and really really good list will trying to back to you as much as possible there. At 55305. Years is coming up in the final hour of our show. -- Orlando Scandrick has tested positive for -- he faces a four game suspension will revisit the drug conversation. In the NFL we're gonna talk to a writer from the LA times. Who covered it Robin Williams for the majority of his career he's in with some perspective on this is well we will have some sports coming for you. 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