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This is the Adam Gold Show. Kansas City where they don't put good things on top of spaghetti. I had people that were upset that I mocked Cincinnati, I guess Cincinnati, for wasting valuable bowl space with very good chili by insisting on putting it over spaghetti.
I'm with you, Fritos are the way to go. Yeah, or I mean we do Doritos, we just dip them, we just treat the chili like a dip. But, man, I was like, why are you slandering chili? I'm like, nope, wasn't slandering chili, I was slandering the, or not slandering, just criticizing the need, the necessity to waste time with spaghetti.
Spaghetti's fine, I'm not anti-spaghetti, I just don't want it under chili. Alright, we should probably do a Wall of Sound and then we're going to talk to Taylor Zarzer, who is the pre-season voice of the Carolina Panthers. He'll, what did I just say? He will be in Washington.
He also is a host on Sirius XM's PGA Tour radio. So we had a lot of things to talk to Taylor about, but we'll do that in a little bit. Right now, let's do the Wall of Sound.
The Wall of Sound is a function of this studio, there's no doubt about it. Alright, we will start with the head coach of the Carolina Panthers. You know him, you love him, Matt Rule. Sporting News named him the 32nd best head coach in the NFL.
You know what? It's not terrible to be a, roughly a top 30 head coach in the NFL. I guess, I just don't like him. He's a head coach, he's a head coach in the NFL. I actually think that's a little bit unfair. First of all, I don't know how you can put anybody who has never been a head coach ahead of Matt Rule.
I just don't. Yeah, makes sense. I mean, everybody else has to be at least incomplete. Anyway, Matt Rule on the quarterback tandem in front of the game against Washington. We won't announce that yet, but we know each guy's going to get a series, so we're going to play a lot of our starters, I don't know, 8, 10, 12, 15 plays, depending on how the series goes. So, I will play each quarterback for one series and then kind of get those guys out, play the rest of the guys the rest of the game.
There you go. One series each. I mean, Luke is probably right.
We had Luke to cock on about an hour ago. He's probably right to say we could have criticized any move, but I'm going to criticize this one because, I mean, we have three hours to kill. I just don't know what's gained by just giving each guy one series. I don't think it's too much to give each guy two series. They go out, whatever they do, and then you bring them off the field and then you make some adjustments and you send them back out.
Because it's all a fact-finding mission at this point, unless we don't have to find facts, in which case, I get it. I understand. All right, the preseason is also about transition for a lot of teams. It is about quarterbacks, including new ones. So Keyshawn Johnson from Keyshawn, JWill and Max this morning, because we all know that, and Kyle Shanahan said it, thanks to Jimmy G, but he ain't the guy anymore. Trey Lance is the guy and he is taking over and Keyshawn talked about Trey Lance. I'm sure that John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan has done everything within their power to get him ready for this moment. How much he plays tonight against the Green Bay Packers, we don't know.
We'll see, because he certainly needs the work. But what I would take from this is Kyle Shanahan isn't too far removed from his dad and Mike Shanahan. Mike Shanahan went through a number of young quarterbacks, whether it was RG3 or Jay Cutler or Brian Griese.
They're not afraid to play young quarterbacks with little to no experience at all and still have some success at doing it. So I got to put the trust in Kyle Shanahan now that he made this move because me personally, I probably wouldn't have right now. But because of what they did to go up to get him, I certainly have an understanding of why they want to move on from Jimmy G and start the Trey Lance era right now. All right, I'm going to put it this way. We have no idea if Trey Lance is going to be any good.
Zero idea. I will trust Kyle Shanahan that Trey Lance won't be bad. Right. I'm sure there are going to be mistakes that Jimmy Garoppolo would not make. Although sometimes we overrate guys and people who have watched Jimmy Garoppolo play are never surprised when Jimmy Garoppolo does something stupid. So maybe Jimmy G just isn't all that. And I that's to me, Jimmy Garoppolo is a top 20 ish, top 25 ish starting quarterback in the NFL. Solid somebody who can you can win with, but probably isn't going to win you games. With that said, I think head coaches have to make decisions.
All right. We have this particular team and I think the 49ers do have a good team, a very good team. But if we want to win a Super Bowl, Jimmy G probably isn't the guy. And even year one of Trey Lance might not be the guy. But this team next year, we think will still be good.
And maybe we have to take a slight step back to take a giant step forward. I will just I'll use the example of Clemson a few years ago. Kelly Bryant was the quarterback. We had just seen Kelly Bryant play a full season. Clemson got to the playoff, got got to I think it was the semifinals and got beat bad because Kelly Bryant was just OK. And Dabo Sweeney recognized that if we want to win a title, we need somebody dynamic at quarterback. Alabama had gone through that with Jalen Hurts and to a tongue of Iowa to a was more dynamic as a quarterback.
Hurts was solid and steady. But at that point, Alabama needed better and it worked. And it also also worked for Clemson. They Sweeney recognized we were not winning with Kelly. We're not winning at all with Kelly.
We have to take this chance. Now, Trevor Lawrence could have been not great as a freshman, but they took the chance. As it turned out, he was great as a freshman.
I would argue better as a freshman than he was as a sophomore to junior. But that's a different argument altogether. All right. A couple of more things before we we have to get out of here and talk to Taylor's Arzer last night. The Giants beat the Patriots, which, of course, is entirely inconsequential to the conversation about the Giants or the Patriots. Brandon Jacobs, former fullback for the Giants were running back for the Giants.
I guess really haven't had a fullback in a long time. But Jacobs was on ESPN this morning. And he thinks the Giants can compete in the NFC East. There's not the NFC West, which was just a dog eat dog conference over there.
That that that's that like like that division over there last year was very special. I don't see that in the NFC East. I don't see, you know, like you say, I don't see one team that's going to pop that, you know, that was going to for sure destroy you when you, you know, get off the plane. You know, I don't see that team there. So I think there's a lot of room. I think there's a lot of opportunity for the New York Giants to step in and be able to take the division and win it. You know, there's no there's no real monster. And I think it could be done.
OK, real quick on that. I mean, it's not the NFC West that nobody is arguing that it's not the AFC West. It's not the AFC North. But I don't think the Giants are as good as Dallas. And I certainly don't think they're as good as Philadelphia, who I think is better than Dallas. So, I mean, I guess we can always say that the Giants can compete. Truth is, is that Philly is probably not a 13 win team. So if Philly comes in and say 11 and six. I mean, maybe the Giants can get to nine and eight. Theoretically, you'd be in it.
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But here's the good thing about sports. We have no idea. Nope.
No clue. Maybe the Giants stay healthy and things click. Maybe Saquon Barkley becomes the guy that was drafted number two overall and can help control the game. I think the Giants are developing into a decent offensive line. So maybe they can they can protect their quarterback and run the ball enough to win a bunch of games.
All remains to be seen. But we're in friendly season now. Yeah. It is so exciting to have games on your television that you can bet on. And I know people do it and I'm not even throwing any shade, but I just don't know how you bet preseason football. No, I just I just don't know how you do it. With that said, I don't know.
You should just buy some scratch offs at that point. Well, it's the same thing. Yeah.
You have the you have the Panthers on the money line. Yeah. All right.
On my fake money. Right. But they were they were plus what? I think it was a half. Yes.
Two and a half. Yeah. Washington. Washington's got Carson Wentz at quarterback.
I have no idea if he's going to play tonight. All right. When we come back, the voice of the friendlies, if you will, on WRAL TV five, Taylor's arzer next. All right. My friend Taylor's arzer is joining us. You can listen to him and his friend because I don't really know Steve Smith tomorrow at one o'clock when the Panthers and commandos play in Washington and he joins us from DC. You are on the radio in Charlotte this morning on my as I was driving in and now you're in DC. The power of transportation.
All right, sir. Let's talk about your partner real quick. What's it like to be in a booth with Steve Smith completely unhinged or travel with him nonstop?
No cars and airplanes. And yeah, then on trips he is. He's he's always been exactly what you've seen from far. He has been brutally honest in every moment of his life, including on the air.
And that's what makes him special. By the way, I'm on the campus of the University of Maryland is where I am right now. Really? Yeah.
I'm in College Park. This is where the Panthers are staying. And then we will be but thing over to see Riverboat Ron tomorrow when the Panthers. And as you said, I like that. Can I call them the commandos tomorrow? That's all I'm calling them. I actually wish they had stayed the Washington football team. I think that it would have been different. I think you could have branded that. I just do whatever I think as as much of a clown show is that organization is the best thing they've got going for him is Ron Rivera.
And I said they needed somebody like that, somebody solid, somebody with respect, because there's not a lot of respect going on with that front office. But yeah, I just call him the commandos by shouts to Ellicott Hall. If you're on the campus of the University of Maryland, Scott Van Pelt lived in Ellicott Hall and I did at the same time. Same room, but different floors. So there you go.
If you just ask around, they won't remember me either. All right. Let's let's talk about what does Steve Smith think about the quarterbacks? I'm asking you what Steve Smith thinks.
What do you think about the quarterback? Yeah, I think both of us think that Baker Mayfield's going to be the starting quarterback. Last night during Fan Fest, Smitty humorously said that he gives Baker an eighty nine percent chance to be the starting quarterback of the team this year.
And I'd go even higher than that. I you know, you don't you don't trade for Baker Mayfield for him to back up Sam Darnold. You don't draft Matt Parell and then bring in Baker Mayfield unless you think the Baker is going to be the starter. And based on what I've seen so far in camp, then that I certainly would think that is going to be the case. I don't know that he'll get the first reps tomorrow. He might. I think that you'll both you'll see Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold probably both go about a series.
And that's about it. And then you'll see a whole lot of Matt Parell and some of PJ Walker tomorrow. So I think that in Ben McAdoo's offense, who's the new offensive coordinator for the Panthers, he wants someone that's athletic and that can move around. And certainly Mayfield is more athletic than Sam Darnold is. Matt Parell is athletic too. And he could be a good fit in this Ben McAdoo offense, but maybe he's not ready to be the starting quarterback just yet.
So I would look for Mayfield and Parell to be the future of McAdoo's offense and Carolina. Taylor Zarzer is joining us. He'll be on the call as the Panthers take on Washington tomorrow at one o'clock. He'll be with Steve Smith.
You can watch it locally here in Raleigh on WRAL TV five. So that's cool. I get to plug the company.
Always good when you get a chance to do that. Other other things that really intrigued me when we talk about. I'm like, I agree with you. Baker Mayfield is going to be the starting quarterback because there was no reason to trade for him if he is not going to be the starting quarterback. But I am more interested in what happens at left tackle. And I am really interested at what happens at, I guess, the number two wide receiver, assuming that DJ Moore is number one wide receiver. Because I'm not sure that Terrace Marshall isn't better than Robbie Anderson might not be faster, but I think he might be better.
What's your take on those two positions? Yeah, good stuff there. By the way, it's taken me 44 almost 45 years to be on the big five. I'm pretty pumped about that tomorrow. I'm serious.
That's pretty neat. Tom Suter, eat your heart out. I think I think you're right about Terrace Marshall. I think he has a real chance to supplant Robbie Anderson as the second best receiver for the Panthers this year. We saw what happened to Robbie as the season went on last year. Robbie needs to prove to everybody in Charlotte that he is fired up to be a Panther this year.
And needs to have a little more effort level and energy level, I think, in the next couple of weeks. And if that's the case, then Terrace, I think, has a golden opportunity to become the second receiver behind DJ Moore. That'll be something fun to watch as the preseason unfolds, especially those scrimmages, Adam, that the Panthers have against the Patriots coming up next week. Those are vital, the scrimmages.
Everybody's going to play in those. For what you said about left tackle, I think that by the time the season starts, the best tackle in college football last year who played at NC State, who grew up in Charlotte, Ikki Iquanu, will be the left tackle for the Panthers. It would not surprise me if Brady Christensen is the left guard, though, instead of playing left tackle. Christensen, maybe by trade, is a left tackle and he's had a really good camp and he's been a great teammate to Iquanu.
But it wouldn't surprise me if they slide Christensen in at left guard next to Iquanu as Iquanu continues to try to learn playing left tackle in the National Football League and how to pass protect at the highest level. This guy is immensely talented. Everybody's raved about his willingness to learn.
You're going to see him probably get more reps than most of the eventual starters in these three preseason games. He's a dynamite young man, too. By the way, if you can work in Jamburger at some point during the broadcast, Tom Suter, who I'm sure will be watching, would really appreciate that. Taylor Zarzer is joining us.
Let me get to your other gig, because I was listening to you on Sirius XM this morning on the starter, which is a staple of mine, especially now that I'm leaving the house around seven o'clock so I get to hear a whole bunch of you. I termed the PGA Tour's win over live golf a three-in-one win, just to use a match play terminology. It was close for a lot of people. I thought they would win because I thought that in this case, logic and legal kind of married up. Do you think it's a significant win from the standpoint that the PGA Tour was told that you can enforce your rules?
That's where I am on this. What are your thoughts? I do think that it was significant. I think that the PGA Tour had a lot more to lose, Adam, this week than live golf did. If live golf would have gotten a temporary injunction or their players would have, those three players to play in Memphis, that I think would have been seen as a massive victory for live golf moving forward. That you could, in essence, have a stay or an injunction, a temporary restraining order to play in any event that you want that the PGA Tour sanctioned moving forward. If there had been kind of a blueprint to do that, I think that would have been really bad news for the PGA Tour. I think that what I would find fascinating is if the players or the WGC or an event that has a stipulation that if you're ranked in the top 50 in the world golf rankings, or in the match plays case, the top 64, I'm wondering if there is a path for those players to play in those events because it's not simply you have to be a PGA Tour member like it is in the FedExCup playoffs. I'm interested to see if players try to work their way through the courts into those events moving forward, but no question it was a win for the PGA Tour for the playoffs. This would have been a massive distraction throughout the next couple of weeks had, say, Taylor Gooch played in all three of these events. Look, it's potentially a distraction if Cam Smith, who I think we all agree is probably going to go to the Live Golf Tour, whether it's right after the FedExCup playoffs or after the President's Cup, it's going to be enough of a distraction if Cam Smith does what he did at the Open Championship and hoists the big trophy at Eastlake in a few weeks.
One quick thing, because I think I heard you talking about this with Brad Faxon this morning and I've heard you talk about it before. I think the world rankings with no points going to the players who are playing on the Live Golf Tour and the only points they're going to get, like Patrick Reed's playing in Asia, I thought he didn't want to play that much golf. Or if you're playing in major championships, which a lot of these guys will, if they don't get world rankings points, they're not going to be in the top 64 anyway.
I think it's possible that none of them will be in the top 64 by the time we get to the next WGC. I mean, I don't know that anybody other than Dustin Johnson has a chance really to be ranked. Cam Smith would be. Cam Smith would be a slam dunk because he's not going to fall that far in about six months. He's number two, right? So he's not going to fall that far. But no world rankings points, I think definitely does matter.
And I think you and I have talked about this before and we'll close on this. Taylor Zars are here. I don't know if the majors have to do anything, but is your sense that they want to prevent live players from going to their events? I think ideally they would not like them to play in their events. I think that if you listen to Martin Slumbers, who runs the RNA at St. Andrews, it's clear he doesn't think it's good for the game. I, I have not heard Fred Ridley, the chairman at Augusta National, say this publicly.
I've talked to Mike Wan. It's obvious that those guys aren't thrilled with the fact that live golf exists. I think, however, though, I'd be a bit surprised if they banned live golfers from competing in their major championships, if they've already qualified for their events. I think that most people that are connected to those events would say what makes our event so great is that we have all of the best players on our property. And especially since we're not going to get that at them at any other point during the year, in the next few years until this settles itself, that makes the majors even a bigger deal. So it's hard for me to imagine the Masters saying we're going to take five or ten or fifteen players that qualified for our major championship out of the tournament because we don't agree with what live golf is doing.
I think they're going to swallow their pride for a few days and say, you know what, let's just have all the best golfers in the world play against each other no matter where they play and no matter if we disagree with who their employer is. Taylor Zarzer, he'll be saying Jamburger on WRAL TV5 tomorrow at one o'clock next to Steve Smith, Sirius XM as well in the mornings on the starter. Thank you very much, my friend. Have a good time. I'll talk to you soon. June 19th, 2006, but it all started May 6th, 1997 with the announcement that the Hartford Whalers were coming to North Carolina.
It's a story of transition, of heartbreak, of figuring it out on the fly. The Canes Corner look at the 25th anniversary of the move presented by the Aluminum Company of North Carolina. Listen now. Find Canes 25th anniversary wherever you get your podcast. Thank you for having me.
I'm going to raise my fist like Tom Suiter did on Friday Night Football tomorrow during the broadcast. You are the man. Thanks very much, Taylor. Taylor Zarzer here on the Adam Gold show. All right.
When we come back, we are taking the NFL tour to Kansas City. Yes. Dennis, who did not make any picks today. I know. Victoria had to make. We'll see.
We'll see. Maybe Dennis is like locked in a massive game of Dungeons and Dragons, right? I don't know what every place next. Adam Gold, Victoria on the ones and twos, normally on the ones and twos is Dennis Cox, officially in the program, the producer of this of this show. And he joins us because we're talking NFL cities.
And this is his baby. But I have a question for you, since normally you're on the ones and twos. So so here's my question. Victoria today is deciding to play all Yacht Rock. OK. Is Ramblin' Man by the Allman Brothers Yacht Rock?
No, that may have been a stretch. I just really wanted to hear it. OK. Yeah, that's fine.
I just needed a ruling. Yeah, it's much better. I feel much better about.
I wanted us to go out on a good one. Also, Dennis, you understand this. You know, I'm still a huge Steely Dan fan.
Yes. Like I forget which song you played by Steely Dan earlier. It bothers me that Steely Dan is classified as Yacht Rock. Yeah, because so much of it isn't.
But I recognize that some of it is. Just makes me makes me I don't know why I have put a stigma on Yacht Rock and Yacht Rock is fine. As long as you're not listening to Air Supply. Who cares? Don't listen to Air Supply.
You only live once. So people I'm with you on the don't listen to Air Supply. All right, sir. You know, if you're on a yacht and you want to listen to the Allman Brothers, go for it.
Yes. What you're listening to on the yacht. Because I have never been. I've never been on a yacht.
Ever been on a yacht. Yeah. You can listen to the Allman Brothers anywhere before we before we start where, you know, Dennis is going to take us through Kansas City. Coming up after this, something that was announced, I believe it was yesterday. I think it was yesterday.
Might have been the day before. Absolutely brilliant move by the league that made the announcement. And we're going to talk about honoring the right the right way to honor a true legend on and off the court. But we'll do that after we go to Kansas City. Are you ready, Dennis? Yes, I am prepared.
All right, let's go. We have music for Kansas City. No, this is the music.
Just the same old. This is the music we have for Kansas City, Dennis. Yeah. All right.
So you start. Take us to Kansas City. OK, well, there's a few things you got to go do while you're in Kansas City.
I'll hit some of the highlights here real quick. For example, they actually have a lot of different museums and places for you to explore. I guess you can't say there's the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art as well as the Truman Presidential Library and Museum as well. So you can go check those out. They also have an Arabia Steamboat Museum in Kansas City. OK, I have questions. First of all, we're previewing all NFL cities until we get to the opener.
I didn't say that in as we came out of the break in this segment. So, A, what is an Arabia Steamboat? Great question. And B, why is an Arabia Steamboat, which doesn't sound like it belongs in Kansas City.
Why is a museum of Arabian steamboats in Kansas City? I'll be honest. I have no idea.
Oh, great. But I'm intrigued by it. I'm wondering, you know, I don't know. My mind works this way. My mind is curious.
Yeah, I'm curious, too. Wait, there's an Arabia Steamboat Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. Sure.
Why not? Let's go check it out. Also, another place you can check out while you're there, Adam, or whomever is there. They also have a National Museum of Toys and Miniatures, which I think would be really cool to check out. Miniatures sounds a little creepy to me.
It does sound a little creepy. So go during the daytime. But yeah, definitely cool checking out toys.
But also the Negro League Baseball Museum is located in Kansas City, which Kansas City Monarchs, the initial team that Jackie Robinson played for when he started his professional career. So definitely another place worth checking out as well. Absolutely. I know a lot of people like to want to go to local breweries and such. But if you want to go buy some alcohol, you got to go to Plaza Liquor Store.
Yes, we're OK. You have to go there. It's right by Arrowhead Stadium because that's where Katie Kamlin, the one who scooped all the NFL insiders on Patrick Mahomes' big contract extension, when a bunch of the front office members for Kansas City stopped in there two years ago to buy bottles of Dom Perignon because they wanted to celebrate this big contract signing for Patrick Mahomes. So she tweeted something out there. Sure enough, she beat everyone saying, hey, looks like there's a big contractor signing coming up with the cheese.
And sure enough, a couple hours later, Adam Schefter reports it. But one thing that was really cool was that the front office had a bottle left over from Dom Perignon. So they sent it to her and it was actually a little note signed by Chris Jones and Patrick Mahomes. So they beat that to her. Yeah, which I thought was a really cool thing, too.
That is very cool. And she scooped Adam Schefter. ESPN should have hired her. Yes. No offense to Adam Schefter.
I have no problem with Adam Schefter. That's awesome. So anyway, if you want to buy alcohol, you got to stop there. She was the beer manager. According to her Twitter profile, she's no longer there, but she moved on.
Oh, yeah, exactly. She moved up in the world, but also Kansas City is is oftentimes mentioned as one of the best barbecue cities in the entire country. Oftentimes mentioned up there with Memphis. You know, they kind of get rated one to oftentimes now, as we know, North Carolina is the best state when it comes to barbecue.
But in terms of Kansas City is up there. So Kansas City barbecue is a it's smoked with the dry rub, but it also has a tomato based barbecue sauce with it. So I guess you can kind of compare it to a Lexington style, but as a tomato based barbecue sauce, but again, a lot of burnt ends. And they're also their barbecue, really any meats, whereas North Carolina pork is our go to. They'll really go with any meats out there in Kansas City, sometimes even barbecue fish. That's interesting. It is a little interesting to what what fish would you barbecue?
I don't know. Tuna? Yeah, I would barbecue tuna. Tuna is very good.
I like it blackened. So I would say tuna is very good. You ever have swordfish?
No. Swordfish, very good. Very, very good. Maybe some trout, some fresh river trout. Well, yeah, well, the the tuna and the swordfish are more steak fishes. But yes, I'm look, we have salmon like once a week at home. Salmon is just next level good.
I challenge you to screw up salmon. You can't do it. You can't do it. It's just naturally sweet. Well, you don't even need anything.
I went to a place that dried it out real bad. Cook it to all. Yeah, yeah. But it's hard to mess them up. Really is challenge accepted. Challenge accepted on that.
All right. There are a few there are a few top barbecue places to go check out. So you have Jones Barbecue as well as Joe's Kansas City Barbecue or a couple of top places. But apparently Kurt's Famous Meats has been around since nineteen forty seven.
Now they did change ownership in the late 80s, but still it's the same same menu, same style cooking again. Been around since nineteen forty seven. I think you've been doing something since nineteen forty seven. You're still around.
Probably doing something right. Is the new owner named Kurt? No. OK. Well, I wish you should change. I should change the name.
I guess I've been around since nineteen forty seven. You keep the name. Maybe you change your name to Kurt. Maybe just change your middle name to Kurt.
That way you say you go by that. Now, a place you can go to now to get maybe some wings or burgers, but also to get a great doughnut. Johnny's Donuts. The John Donuts.
Yes. Johnny's Donuts has been around for four decades, actually. OK. Kansas City spent a staple there. But not only can you get doughnuts while you're there, they sell burgers. They sell fish. They do wings, chicken platters, the whole deal. So really, it's a one stop shop for all your food needs.
It's barely is the place to go. And actually, I was looking up their their website. They actually don't have a website. But I did find people that posted pictures of their menu. It's just the board with just the individual letters and numbers pushed in. It's one of those kinds of menus. So they don't even have like a printout or anything like that. And also just stuff handwritten on like a piece of paper saying this is what we have today. Yeah, exactly. It's like this is what we have today.
It's like this is great. This is the kind of place I want to eat food. I'm just I'm just terrified that they will have like a burger or a fish sandwich on a doughnut because we don't do that. We don't need that.
I believe you can. We don't need that. I think again, actually, they have a chicken doughnut burger that you can get. Really? Yeah.
Yeah. At the fair, there's that whole like Krispy Kreme thing. I don't want that. And yeah, no, that's a bad time. I don't want that. That's a bad time. Yeah, they do doughnut burgers too. Like the fair is coming.
What are we like two and a half months away from the fair? I'm not actually probably less. I don't mind eating weird things. I just I have to draw the line and I will draw the line at using a two doughnuts as a bun for a burger or whatever idea. I just draw the line at that. Yeah. I also don't I don't put bacon on ice cream. Sorry. To each their own. To each their own. I'm with you.
I see. This is the Adam Gold Show. June 19th, 2006. But it all started May 6, 1997, with the announcement that the Hartford Whalers were coming to North Carolina. It's a story of transition, of heartbreak, of figuring it out on the fly. The Cane's Corner look at the 25th anniversary of the move presented by the Aluminum Company of North Carolina. Listen now. Find Cane's 25th anniversary wherever you get your podcasts.
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