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Cortez Broughton | Average to Savage EP89

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This is the eighty-ninth episode of the Average to Savage podcast featuring Cortez Broughton of the Los Angeles Chargers. Paul Guarino talked with Cortez Broughton discussing his baseball days going to the Little League World Series with Warner Robins, Georgia, his time at the University of Cincinnati, and his rookie year in the NFL. Follow Cortez Broughton https://www.instagram.com/cortano96/ Podcast interview with Cortez Broughton originally recorded March 27, 2020

This is the average to savage podcast with Paul Greno. Everyone in anyone, athletes, seebs and much more so, if everybody. I'm back for another episode of the average savage podcast. Our special guest today is Cortez brought and hey, Cortez, what's up? How's it going? Man, appreciate you coming up. It's going good. And the situation, everything going on right now in the world, just try to stay positive. For sure, your part stay at home. So it's definitely, definitely a crazy time I think nobody experiences yet. Oh Yeah, this is is definitely something different, but I mean you just got to see the light and everything and make the most of every chance you have our between you have. So, yeah, I'm feeling like kind of positive about it because I feel like something likes goods going to come out of like a lot of people are like helping out people that necessarily want to be helping them out if it didn't happen. Yeah, that's obviously that light. I definitely do, just because we're in a situation where it's nothing that we can really we can handle it, but the same time, it's we're we're responding and it's the response. It is the biggest thing in there's some like to tell people that you plus our equals. Oh it's some I learned in college was event plus a club. Let's response to because your outcome. So reality is just an it's all about your response and what you can do is disturbs outcome. So yeah, yeah, definitely, and tell me about what you just told me off off the phone now a little bit. When you found out all about this. So it was already happening in California. One of the first cases in California were kind of close to where I lived. It's actually staying a high a ride. So you can see that out of the building, see where they lived out of that building, and you heard. I heard about it, but I'm like, but it's not that much, it's not a big of a deal. So that I ran into a situation I leave for like two weeks. My plan was to be going for like two and a half weeks. I was training out in California. So I was going for two and a half weeks. Flew home to Georgia first and then I flew to Connecticut. I stayed at home for about a week. When I was Georgia, flew to Connecticut for a charity event with Jail Sports and my guy said to. So we ended up me and seth and the flying a plane together. While flew the plane, he was in the back. So it was actually pretty fun. Then we trained out there for a little bit, flew to Ohio one of the finish my training up there for a couple weeks. Then all of a sudden I ran into a situation where I called my trainer. I'm telling them about the head back. He's like, Hey, hold off on council left flight and try to figure out what's trying to fair out what's going on and we're going to shut things down if the government governor's going to shut things down. So I end up driving overnight this past this past Friday. Yeah, this past Friday and the Saturday morning. So I drove and in our drive overnight to get back home and now I'm here. So it's working out. Working on the garage and getting the movements. Got It. Yeah, it's crazy.

And then, yeah, going back in time, how'd you get involved playing football? I always play. When I was young, I'll played since I was was able to play. was always one of the bigger kids, but just I was playing, I was playing. My daddy even told me one time, because I started playing baseball as well. But Dad was told me that I even took off a year from football because I was just I just wasn't. I guess I wasn't in my mind to the time and I was just playing baseball and playing baseball and just but I jumped back into football and I just loved it ever since. Play Multiple Sports, but playing football is just something that it's in match that you can't match the intensity O it can't match the physicality of it. That's something I just always stuttering. Yeah, and you mentioned baseball. So I just found out that you play in a little world series. Actually, I remember looking at your workiepedia page and I saw one Roberts Georgia, and I remember always seeing them in the little world series. So now it all adds up. So yes, two thousand and seven was a team. No one we I went in two thousand and nine. We lost in the semi finals, trust to California. Coincidence that I'm in California and how playing ball, but just it was it was an amazing experience. And you mean there's a kid, you dream of it, but it's it's something that you just don't you can't match. You truly can. And being that that young of an age, kids run up you ask for your autograph, I think, and I autograph and I autograph out signed so many balls in my lifetime I feel like I'm just like my hands man's could be broken, you know. So it's coming from a standpoint that you really chaer ourselves moments because it's like you never know when those moments just going to go away. But the same time, as a kid you're looking up saying, Hey, I want to be like it's got one day, or hey, I want to be here one day. So those really it was a it was touching moment, but still, I mean I was glad I but I glad I got to do it, blessed I had the opportunity to do it and I will go back my good and WHO's out a team with you, Justin Jones. He's in the minor league with thingss right now. Well, my boys, Blake Jackson, Connor Smith, Spencer Sato's my catcher. All right. We had some of the stories. His Dad actually is one of my kids ode up. So my trainers for baseball and I've trained every single day and I remember the training with my father. We go out on the yard because you should wear your night shifts. So we'll go out in the R after you woke up in the morning during the summer, and which go ahead, will from alls go ahead and will from as two ten times a day. I'm will go, go out, go out at night in the batting cake. Just turn the car lights go on and I got hit the ball in the dark. So I'm like, and it was just the repetition and the training and the training, but it was something that mean I couldn't. It taught me my work, that work at the day and nothing's...

...given to you, nothing's handed to you. Gotta work for every game that you want. So and then going into high school, did you play football and baseball? I did. I play football, baseball and basketball, or basketball and baseball. I played all four years football and basketball, play baseball. On ninth grade year I wasn't going to play because I was done with it. I stopped playing in eighth grade. So I have the world series. I was all right and I'm breaking my toe, my Pinky Toe, and I was like, because I was outside in the yard. My mom always told me push us on but we just playoffs because all our friends came over to our house and the playoffs out of the yard and but I break in my toe and I was just like yeah, but I am and I the Love was love is still there. But the same time, I my passion for playing football was just so much greater and ninth grade game and I was like, okay, here we go, this is where and then I play baseball just a little bit. Then I just fell off and I just stuff to football. Got You, and then they are coming out of high school. Was your recruiting process? Like? I was only awesome about two schools. One was minnesose State University, with DNE schools military, the Se State University, and the other was university of Cincinnati, and with the university says that whenever won on the camp they came and recruiting, recruiting the quarterback of the time, Logan Bird. They pull up his IPAD, that the coach put up his IPAD and put the camera on them. I saw a camera and I'm like, I didn't even know what the tea pot was and I was like looking at him like all right, it's what it is, and I just went off and just started I want to start making plays. And all of a sudden they called me up and say hey, we got offer for you, and I was like all right, let's do it. I don't even know where. I didn't know where, saying anywhere. I was at. I'm sitting here. I'm like who says that? But then I went up on my first visit was amazing, beautiful. I'm it's just like the from my probably on to here. From a coach standpoint or from my parents standpoint, it was like the old googound state. I'm I'm just like wow, this is like you see on the Netflix, on them my okay, this is what college is supposed to be like. This is great, but at the same time, but I thought back a lot on that just to focus on what I needed. FOMUSTO, not forgetting why I was, why I was there and my old Tim Gooberg because they gave me an offer when they were seeing it, the offer, and then they gave it back the day before sign of day. My Dad told me it was like Hey, I'm going to tell you what to do. I'm not going to go to says that you want to go a build a fire because they're already took it off or way they gave it back not expectly. You have the ability, or to put it, ability in styles. So how did that happen? Why they take it away? It was a new coaching staff came in. Tom Cobville came in with his staff and it was I had awful with the old staff. At the same time I'm still sitting here and we were doing off of this kid we don't even know who. There's where.

The school I went to is bet our in high school of brand new high school, and nobody really came out of there. So Si okay, but and it just ran to a situation where they end up giving it back and I made the most of that opportunities. I mean that's pretty crazy. And then what was your overall experience? I got C Incinnati. It was amazing, the people and I can. I can to this day. People always ask me. It was just something that was unmatched. I rento so many great people. Learned a lot. Recruiting staff was amazing. Even though what happened, I still got to know him because it's I mean it's not on them, it's more of the coaches the season. I think she can, coming in my last two years, really change the program around. Amazing coach and staff. Had like four or five differ position coaches and for five years. So it's it's it was something that could I kind of stuck with me, but I grew. I had a relationship with each one of those coaches and I took pieces from each one of those coaches and said, hey, this might work for me. You know, this is kind of working from it and even if it was a mindset, even if it was a move on the field, it was a rap I could do on my own which would translate to a move on the field. So it's just things that they taught me that I really just try to grasp a little piece of knowledge, because my dad always told me you can learn from anyone. So took that knowledge and make some out of it. Definitely mean I like you said, you can learn forever. Everyone has her own story, so definitely warned to act. Sure Likely I got to ask you some questions out this to actually, that's really my last question. I let someone ask me a question. Sorry, okay, and so keep it in mind. Sell you. Yeah, was like I was going to say Oh yeah, what was it like to be named captain of the team? I didn't get into my sing here, so that's something I really had to work for it every year. Like you want that, you want that just for me, that that's the role. You want that because you you work for guys look up to you. Work for that, that, and it's not just for them to look up to you, but it's that there's something that's in nate and to where it's like hey, and I want this because I'm striving to be the best that I can be. But also league guys the way I know they should be lead, and not for my own understanding, but my understanding of how it should be done, how you believe in the process, whatever process should doing, whatever coach, your staff, you're with, whatever players you're with, how you believe things should be done. And if you truly believe in what you believe, you the opportunity to show up, present itself and what it does. You have to grass one through it. When I got that role to be a captain, which is something I kind of solidified a m I sae here. I grinded to get to this point and now I'm here, now that I'm here. I'm not going to let this point just go away.

I'M gonna try to be the best happen I could be and be as transparent and it's empathetic as I can do, because everybody has a story. Everybody had some something they've been through. And when you if you just go about life thinking about you and Y'all, if and you're a leadershia role and you can't really got those guys of other guys, but around you, I mean everybody has different walks of life. They got I live with Bass, both his parents to this day. He's one of my best friends. So and then what about was there a moment while you were in college that like you can, you knew you can go to the NFL UM? I would never say it was a moment in college or was something that I always knew. I remember sitting the garage. I was my father actually sitting down. I was standing up and he was like hey, just focus on getting your degree. I'm all right, dad, you'll see one day I'm Gona be in the league. And he just he said just get to degree and I was like all right, but now I had a chance to leave early, but end up staying one because I end up getting injured the year before of that same year, but I came back and played, but I was like I could leave and let me risk the chance. Or the same time, I was like, you know what, last end of the year, let's focus my my dad told me get my degree, so I'm going to get my degree, and my mom, but that's really just something I was focusing on. I was like, you know what, I know. I've known now. I've always had this in me, and it's like you can't tell somebody they can't do something. N Tell You. Should you tell me you can't do something? I'm just going to see him like, because you have to believe you can do it. That's the biggest thing. So yeah, and then what did they would it mean to you to get your degree in what you study? Study Project Management, so operations management, risking, alysis. I'm in. It meant a lot, but it's something that I'm in. School's never been like a hard thing for me. Is Always love learning. The biggest thing is that when you're in the class, and here you have those classes that are just like okay, it even and in the college system of me is kind of different than it should be. Is Because you you pay for college, or first two years, you go through these these two two years of just basic classes. They aren't even in depth into your major, and it's like, I mean, I could be taking class, I could be wad, you know, I can be way. I've had of where I'm at instead of to pay to you. But that's just a whole different subject. But even within that, and I'm glad I made you what I made you in because it could go along ways. And Yeah, that is funny that you say that, because I feel like I keep on having these conversations all these athletes of interviewing about college or just people in general, like is it? Is it worth it? Like it just a schooling of it, and I think like over time college is going to change and, like you said, like the first two years it is really you're just taking the quote unquote, like you got to take them just to exactly,...

...just to pay the university. But like images, that is magic. We went to magic, went to college and it was four years of what we did, the last two years like then that would be pretty interesting. Oh my gosh, and people will come out so far above were there supposed to be, instead of all right, you know, let's take your Undergrad. You get trying to grab. All right, let's pay another year or two years to your masters, but you could have already gotten done. And you mean the other two years that you left by. And don't get me wrong, some some classes aren't necessary, but to me other ones are, like hey, if this kid doesn't need to take this or doesn't want to take it, then don't force them to take something. That is a Prerek you know. Yeah, for sure. And going into the draft, what was the what was the draft process like? The pre draft process like for you? Pretty draft process. I'ven't really stressed about it and every really this to me, like even during the draft day, dad went to work, because my dad gets more stressed out I do, and that went to work. Learn from my mom. If you pray about it, don't worry about it. So my mom is sitting here and watching TV and stuff. I'm sitting right here in my background just playing a game, playing video games, talking to my boys and I'm on the phone on the xbox. My boys like like Hey, aren't you just to be worried about the draft? I was just play a game, Bro's just have some fun. So and but the process. Before that, it's just it is a grind, but it's not really grind if you know you love what you're doing and you know the I'll come. You know where you're going to be, and a lot of times you don't know. But same time it's it's assuming the best, prepare for the worst. But I don't even call the worst because opportunities that we have are still I saw that after so people still seek after the opportunities that you have, no matter what it is. So it's it's just you just got to see the light and everything that you have and it's like, Hey, you know what, if I go here, if I don't go here, I'm still go in and take some happen. And then what was it like? In that call by the chargers? It's a real feeling. It truly is. Like now, that's a feeling. That's that's that's just different. I can't even I can't even find the word for it, because the emotion you have coming through out that that you're sitting here, you you know, you anticipation, that's you have is just shouldn't up. It's building. It's buildings, building. Then call it a commas. Okay, it's time but you just have so much joy and and one of my two teammates I got there after the year before court kind of hand. He was explaining. He was like, I'm telling you that called. This is different feeling. is a feeling that you can't you can't really getting compared anything. I was and like who called you? From the jargs and like what they like what they say. So coach ran and dam time to let's goes. So they're just...

...like hey, coach is this is to. Let's go with the twenty, the forty seven pig and then I felt I believe I said I don't really like to sit on numbers them too much, but it was like it was Zeligars. Want to take it. I was like, okay, this is, this is it sounds like a certain sounds good, and then I just went from there. Then I got like seven, eight out of calls trying to do interviews. Are doing it like a press conference interview. There all sitting in the room and I'm on the phone just respond to their questions that I asked them. So it was. It was cool. It truly was so. And then did you immediately fly out there? I flew out the following week. For the following Weeks Getting Ready for OTA's and stuff like that. And as far as that was just it was just I to prapping to get ready and move out there. So that was a big thing. And finally got the come back home and catch stuff up. It really just sent it out. So it really just be a be at home. And then what was the transition like like moving from, you know, Cincinnati and Georgia to La Um? I feel like Cincinnati somewhat prepare me. And you know what, it's not in supposedly in La we're in Orange County. So Orange County chargers, people like to say, but Orange County is it's expensive. I'll tell you that. That's why I like being back home in Georgia. Think a lot to you, brs. My agent always tells me I got Alli Gate arms. So it's so funny. It's funny. Already said it, but I on any of the first thing. He's all the guys. He said it. I was going to stop laughing and I just like to be smart with my expenses. But just it was. It was nice. It was. It was different, though, because coming from the country and two hours south of Atlanta and we don't have dirt. Make jokes. One of my coaches are coach to I mean you dirt, Lare's clay and you got clay road. So it's it's a lot different. I remember driving up at first drive and a half hour drive, taking my stuff up there to go to Cincinnati and it was just some you have this Citi's beautiful and you drive through Newport, the o, the High River and you go on to Cincinnati, you see great American building stand and tall and especially at night, you do so beet. There's like four bridges going across people's bridge. Want kind of think the other three. I can't even think of the names of it. But it's I just came back from there and I went on a run one of my boys, my old teammates, Kevin, move on, and we're just running, running through the park and spreading, doing like long runs, and it was it was definitely missed. But going out to California it was not. That's a match. You and I'm La going to beads. You have the one the nicest beaches there is and it's it's beautiful. It truly is beautiful. Definitely place I could call so, yes, so,...

...and take me through starting out the charterers. I know you're the seventh round picks on assuming good. I had to like earn it and make the team, right, yeah, I would. You know, everybody has to make team every year. So it's yeah, it comes to the point where I was just like hey, I'm so going here, do my best, and it is what it is, and that's what I did. And just really focusing, knowing what you have to do. That's the biggest thing. It's no mental ers and you mentally can know everything that you need to know and set you set your part, because it's all the mental game. If you know where you need to be, know how you need to do it, no, when you need to do it, or whatever you need to do at the time, it's like okay, on the field and off the field, I says your part. Taking care of your body. That's another thing, and I had a lot of learned from older that Brandon Meban, I learned from just everybody, and Melviningam you just joey? Sit there, you just take take pieces. Take pieces, like okay, and that's the biggest thing. It was crazy because one of my coaches play with Brandon Mubang or play development guy at the time us to do line coaches. Right now, great scruggs putting Brandon Mebang. So it was already connection them privent out there. Then one of my line coaches knew knew my DB coach. So it's just there's just all, there's always connection in the dwine and there somehow. So yes, so you know you made the fifty three man roster and what was it like to play in your first half? The first Thame I played was gets the dolphins on we had three had three snaps going to third P I need it tackles. I was like, and assistant coaches, I hang, you get in the complain now. So I was like, you know what, all right, let's do it. So there's three plays. And so then next time I had to get in take. It's the titans and why our guys went down to our guys rightly heard, and so I knew I had to play like eighteen snaps. was just made the most every opportunity I had. I was just like, you know what I mean, this is and I knew I want to play. I knew I was going I'm much in front of me. So I just made the most of every opportunity was given and just kept getting after kept being. Now you never know in life, like what how comes going to be, but it's always about your response. So and then, overall, how would you say your rookie seasons? You know, obviously it was really good and I never go back in time and say, Hey, I wish I would have done this, I wish I would have done that, because you learned from everything that you do, good or bad, and if I go back and try to change something, that I might miss a learning opportunity that I won't know. For this on the road and in a bigger in a bigger moment, I would say, not even a bigger moments. Every moment a big moment, the...

...different, different atmosphere, I would say. And with that it's like, I mean, I really enjoyed this past season. I'm can't wait for this next season to come up. Even after all this, come coronavirus, covid nineteen, just seeing you. The first thing you want everybody to be safe and everybody to be take the right protocols, be taking. But I mean enough for the political stamp. Point is it's really just I'm excited. I'm excited. And what are your goals? For the two thousand and twenty people always asking about goals. For me and my goals is, I mean I I live life like no other. You know, I just mean you can and no knock to people who sent goals, but for me it is that. I mean every day I just come out here and I don't know, I don't really set goals, and if I do, it's something that I wouldn't even consider a goal, because a lot of times people hit goals just like a all right, I'm done. All right, I got here, but for me it's just continued as process, like hey, you know what, this is nice message, so get going and talking go anymore. Yeah, now I feel. I feel. You know that. And Yeah, what about what about your team? Like, how you feeling about you guys? Are Not a new quarterback. Um, I love Philip. Don't do me wrong, truly doing Philip, the great guy. Remember the first, second game of the season, he courts. Guess what? Yes, what I'm sitting? What? Just guess the guys. That's what I'm Sam right there. What's he talking about? We got the hear of the game because we're always in California's using screaming around the he's amazing person. I'm glad he's found the team out there in I put with the Colts Frank Reich when were sitting down eating dinner with him. But just it's going to it's going to be fine, and I mean seeing tyro play my whole life and play together, play with him. Are Madden before I even met him. Follow you know, I was for like seven years ago. But just we're just going to be fun and we're making a lot of big moves. A lot of good guys coming in, guys that you've heard of, guys you heard around the league. Now it's just making that chemistry because you can, you can stack all star team and now you get to have the chemistry and that's the biggest thing is everybody's coming to do their role. My big thing is but my role, what I need to do and go about go by my way. So definitely, what advice would you give to a young player, young football player? Um, my advice would be many people are going to see here and try to change you. You are, try to change you as a person, but just be yourself like that's the most genuine thing I could say it's just be yourself, because everybody's going to tell you, oh, work hard, do all the do yourself. You know what's right, you...

...know what's wrong. If you want to do us right, do what's right. If you want to do us wrong, Talk Yourself. And they're doing what's right. It's it's life comes down to that. Some it's being that simplistic. I would say it is, because if you try to change yourself or someone else, you're not going to be happy in life is about you being happy. So find the things that make you happy in life. And it's your family. It's mean try to help others for the same time. It's you have to be happy. You can't go to this live driving life and you only get one of them. So are you ready for some fun questions? are going to go from average savage iver's the sad is. Okay, I sold said that was never average. So what? What's your favorite Song Right now? Favorite Song? Oh, all right, let's do this. Rocky man. All right, that was that was different. Yeah, surely. What about? Who is your who's your favorite baseball player grown up, and WHO's youravorite football player grown up? Favorite baseball player, favorite football player? It's a great question. I really watched the UN much. I'll watch it with my dad. Loved it. You had a Michigan. He's from miss from California. Grew up a missigan. It was a big brain fan, let's say. I say it. Definitely. Where you a Falcons fan grown up? No, I'll see it because I never really watched a boat and that was only mischigan where he's I want to go, but m not really. Baseball is not that fun to watch. It is fun to play, but only until you get to those playoff games. It's like, okay, but when that's the big hitters come up and I'm not sitting look at I'll look at the screen. Now they my play sports my whole lot. So it's like, okay, when he said here watching horses. Now, repetitive. There's when we're done that, I'm sitting here. Okay, but I love to play it. Don't getting all Gosha. Are you you a Gamer? Oh, come on now, yeah, now we're talking. What do you how? We're done? What are you? What are you playing right now? OPARILY with everything. Obviously the war zone that this game out is a better concept than the last one, I which I believe there's actually a game place down the street orange counting. He's a great dude. He's what he's about to play DC. I play on Xbox all my pc monitor. I'ving switched to pc at but you can add a control or whatever. But anyways, back to what I'll play. You know, war zone, call of duty, club Gy and, I can play any sports game.

Obviously, NHL, K in fl man, I can go on for days. What else? What are you play? It's funny that you that, because I don't even like watch hockey, but, like NHL, is probably one of my favorite games for home. I play NHL for the first time and I'll beat my friend. He got so upset and I was like, I tell you, I'm just this Gamer man, but it's an ithos actually a fun game. You got to play one day. You definitely got to play. I haven't even playing that much lately, but I don't know, it's just like way more fun when I was in college and and everyone's like yeah, exactly, exactly, and they were just everybody, just come over and play it. That's it. It's so true. I think kind of enter this one. What would you like to do in your free time? Besides that, my free time really just hanging friends, because I feel like life is should be done by yourself. And then a lot of times people say, Hey, well, and I really grew up by myself, I was on my own. But the same time it's about the people you empowered next to you, people that you just me truly trust. And my biggest things is just having good people around me, because you never know what's going to happen or who's going to be there when you need them, and if you have no one, then all you have. So it's like, obviously I have got as well, but the same time I love that have, I'm a good group of friends and like a positive mindset and a positive vibe around me, because it goes along ways. And would you want to do a Jersey exchange with? Who would I want to do a Jersey exchange with? HMM, it's a great question. Nobody really going to be honest. You know, I like my dirthyss like now it's someone the offers on my yeah, of course, but it's not like I'm what it's running out the hey, can you take this and give me for me? It's just that, like I said, I never grew up like, like I allows another sports players, I allows laws. I'm just someone was to change there's and will change them. But as far as that, like, especially my teammates, like the guys I play with before, yeah, that's a no brainer. But I don't know, I'M NOT gonna. I'm not one of those guys that I just thought, Oh yeah, this is who you know just what it is. I got you. So the final question is the one that I said before. So you can ask me a question now. I'm question. So I could ask something like woot you and it is. What did you get you into this? To podcasting? Yeah, so, I mean I have my own brand page sports and then just utilizing my connections more. I and I like to listening to podcast so then I started off...

...doing podcasts about two years actually, just two years ago, yesterday or two days ago. So that was cool and I'm not like I was like I think I always like, like I feel like every time it was to a podcast, or even when I do these, are feel just more motivated. You know, I'm not like unmotivated, but feel more motivated just right. Sorry, the true though on all that's actually that's actually I open it as well. Who is your favorite person? Listened to one podcast, Joe Rogan, or is it like see? All right, so I'm like some I grew I grew up a Yankees fan to and everyone always like jeter. And okay, I was like, like you just's not my favorite player, like I'd go with the whole room, the underdog guy, like I like like chucking a block off on the Ariano old guys. I don't know. Robinson to know and I'm like that. And I I love the hocome. That's one game I used to play at and because I play baseball, WEAA and MLB. I had every MLB game grown up and that's one game that I truly loved playing. And like Robinson Cano game with the bat, people expected where we expect or playstation xbox. Yes, yeah, that's why I know I need the MLB game for xbox. Yeah, that's the thing. So I had playstation my whole life grown up. So me having a playstation was like, okay, it's and it was free. The PS a Internet was so I'm sitting yea, my mom was. So, as I say, xbox was I'm not paying for you that. Are you serious? And that's back when it was first started, I was like, are you serious? I'm not doing that. Free Bright. Yeah, MLB is, that's a game like that. I could have the opposite down play. Yeah, I've remember playing the n sixty four version. I think it was all I think it's all star baseball, and used to be able to play, used to go back and forth with them and like you could steal the base of the right. I'm the right exactly. So right away here I have like the whole playstation into the sixty four and Atari they literally just packed up in the bag. Run over here. I need to take them out so I can they's just organize it. Yeah, if we want to throw it back, like I'm like, I'm like going Nintendo Guy First. So I think he was like the best. Yes, yes, exactly. Thank you. Game Cube, is it? That's a different generation. It's a well, it's just a different generation and games, because it's like that's when you had your Zelda as, you had your my brothers to plays out to like because I can read the levels all just brother told this hard I was just exactly my brother. I would just watching and I'm not and it was just something that I love watching because there's something I couldn't do now one of my favorite sports, soccer, because it's something I couldn't. I can't. You know how hard it is, even if people are I can already can't shoot a basketball...

...too, are going to call it, but taking them on into a net, come on now, that's that's impressive. That is impressive. Back to answering your question. I don't actually, it's funny, I don't even think I was listening to really. PODCAST was we're just like always watching interviews on YouTube. Then podcast, okay, thing. So then I just started doing it. I mean at first I remember I didn't even write questions down. Then I went back to not writing question on so, like I didn't write down any questions for this one, besides, like the fun ones, because it's right, standard and right, just because I'm trying to play it out. So it turns out to like this and it's a conversation. I like that. That's how less you know, I'm doing more of this stuff, like I did one in person one and this is my second interview where I did the video. So now I'm getting more. I just keep on going. Okay, progressing and if you check out the instigent, it was just a picture at first, then it was a picture with the audio clip and now it's a picture with the audio clip and then a video of the person to have like the highlights. So you'll see once I come out with yours, you'll see it, obviously. Obviously all right. Well, to say Much Act, Huh? I said, thank you so much for having me. Oh Yeah, yeah, for sure. I appreciate you coming on and I could you let the listeners and where they can find you on social media? Oh Yeah, of course, my Instagram, quarte time on ninety six. I believe it that right. Yeah, we don't get home much. Has Be six on twitter. And then I said so I got for you. So I appreciate it. I.

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