Sunday, August 31, 2014

ARIAN FOSTER 1, LOCAL MEDIA 0 BY LM



ARIAN FOSTER 1, LOCAL MEDIA 0 
Written By: LM
8.31.2014

One of those strange phenoms where the Local Media is getting played like a fiddle by a professional athlete.  Seth Payne went on a mini tirade about  fan's expectations on how the local media covers Arian Foster. Of course he was "MAD".

Now it's becoming comical, the story-line, Arian Foster is snubbing the local media because he received a big contract.  The local media is pissy because Arian refuses to talk to them or gives them bland responses.  They hit us with media obligations as if that means shit to "casual" fan.  Who cares about that shit, as a man, if a guy don't want to talk to you, move around, you don't go tell on him.  The only people who seem to care is the local media.

And, if the Arian "pay day" argument doesn't work, try "It was not all of the local media that went to Arian's home, it was that black dude".  The local media is spinning their brains trying to figure out why Arian is acting funny with them.   He think they are regurgitated and dull.  

Now the local media, are dissecting a recent interview Arian conducted with USA TODAY.   The battle cry, we are asking the same questions that the National Media ask Arian, what's the difference?  Jackasses, the difference, National Media ask Arian questions once in availability, Local Media are asking him the same bland questions weekly.  Before Arian Foster received his huge contract, 2010 (6-10 season), I once heard a local media person ask Arian, "How does it feel after a loss", Arian snapped and said it was a dumb question.

John McClain said he reported Arian Foster to the NFL twice, that's snitching in my book and I don't need nerds from the East Coast to define what a snitch is.

I take exception with MAD RADIO because John McClain, 2 weeks ago said on their show, he don't pay attention while he's out at practice and they didn't say shit. There was no follow up or anything, they just chuckled however when JOHN wants a question from a player that has been out there in the sun working, John deserves it because HE'S THE MEDIA.  John has an obligation to it.  Beat Writer can bitch about a Pro who is not talking to the local med but laugh it up with Mad Radio about not caring or pay attention to practice. That's stupid to me.

As far as John's media responsibility to report a player not fulfilling his media obligations, LMAO.  It's a joke to me.  Are you telling me John is walking around Texans practice with a clipboard tallying up every player in camp that talks to the media?   Or Maybe he's asking all media members if (insert player) talked to them?  If John;s responsibility is to report on players not fulfilling their media obligations, I would say he's doing a shitty job because their are tons of players I do not hear but his nose is deep in Arian's ass he can't focus on anyone else.

Below is Arian Foster trolling the Local Media, he's definitely in their head. Asking the national media out for lunch while knowing the Local Media is watching?  BRILLIANT!


GET REAL 
LM

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

LANCE ZIERLEIN BUSTED COVERAGE ON JOHN MCCLAIN SNITCHING BY LM



LANCE ZIERLEIN BUSTED COVERAGE ON JOHN MCCLAIN SNITCHING
Written By: LM
8.27.2017

Lance Zierlein filled in for Charlie Pallilo with his "pal" Chris Solis.  During the show, a caller asked Lance about John McClain (Chronicle Employee) continually reporting to Arian Foster to the NFL.

After the caller gave his spill, Lance Zierlein told the caller he was wrong and there are things out there that were not right.  Lance went on to say, Brian T. Smith (Chronicle Employee) said it was wrong.  Lance pretty much was trying to say HMW was incorrect.

This is a clear situation of Lance thinking he's the smartest guy in the room.  During the call, Craig Shelton and I were simultaneously tweeting Lance, we have the audio and he was wrong, John McClain said he reported Arian Foster twice as the audio will confirm and more.

THE ARIAN FOSTER CALL, Lance saying that it didn't happen

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Arian Foster Call

If we have audio of John McClain saying this out of his own mouth, what Brian T. Smith says means nothing.  Unless Lance is calling John McClain a lie.  

I do not care about media relationships and everyone trying to maintain a segregated media clique. However I do notice when media tries to "whisper" HMW is wrong.

Lance Zierlein was more bent on discrediting HMW than actually being right. Even with the opportunity to clean it up, he refused and moved on.

Below is the audio of John McClain saying he turned in Arian Foster.  At the time of John's Audio, we were 1 preseason game in and John McClain said on Mad Radio, he turned Arian Foster in twice.


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McClain Admits to Telling on Arian and will Continue

I don't have time for Lance Zierlein's swell guy media shit. Lance was wrong and McClain is his guy.  But don't get this confused, Lance Zierlein is the one that got the Media circus going on Arian Foster so there is a little of that too.

Funny how thing happen but on the same day, Brien Straw (Sports Radio 610) spoke of a media snitch.


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Brien Straw on the Snitch
LM

Monday, August 25, 2014

TEXANS SHOW CONSISTENCY IN VICTORY OVER BRONCOS - CRAIG SHELTON - 8/25/2014


TOM SAVAGE
On a night that in ideally suited circumstances would have featured four of the NFL's most dynamic pass rushers in JJ Watt, Von Miller, DeMarcus Ware, and Texans rookie Jadeveon Clowney, the Texans rookie 4th round draft pick, Tom Savage, upstaged them all by offering the biggest entertainment value of the night. Savage did so by navigating the Texans to a come from behind 18-17 victory over the Denver Broncos.


Savage drove the Texans 74 yards, hitting Ryan Griffin in stride with a bullet for a 31-yard TD with 59 seconds left in the 4th quarter. Texans head coach, Bill O'Brien, wasted no time in giving off what many Texans fans perceived as an indicator that he's the "anti-Kubiak" by deciding to go for the 2-point conversion. Savage hit former Johnny Manziel target from Texas A&M, Travis Labhart, for the 2-point conversion. Labhart's reception sealed the Texans second victory of the pre-season sending there pre-season record to 2-1.

JJ Watt played a few snaps of the first series and Broncos LB Von Miller played one series for Denver. For Miller it was his initial action since tearing his right ACL last December.
Jadeveon Clowney sat this one out after getting banged around in practice during the week.

Peyton Manning was Peyton Manning, going 21-of-27 for 243 yards in the first half. Manning's low-lights and highlights included Texans second year CB, A.J. Bouye, picking Manning off early in the second quarter, and Manning connecting twice on TDs to Emanuel Sanders, including a 67-yard connection.

A.J. Bouye and strong safety Eddie Pleasant were burned on Manning's 67-yard TD pass to Sanders with only1:07 left in the first half. This accounted for one of the Texans few head-scratching moments on the night.

For Ryan Fitzpatrick, it was a second consecutive week of serviceable QB play throwing for 80 yards on 10-for-17 passing.
The Texans run game and special teams were effective again in back-to-back weeks offering the most noted critics a door for a ray of optimism to creep in.

Last week, I cautioned Texans fans to consider during the euphoria after the win over Atlanta to take into consideration that Atlanta was a team coming off a 4-12 season in 2013. It's only fair that I step aside this week and allow TEXANS FANS some "shine time" to remind me and others that the Broncos were in the Super Bowl last season.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

PROPER GENTLEMEN OF SPORTS: BAD HOUR RADIO 2 BY LM


PROPER GENTLEMEN OF SPORTS: BAD HOUR RADIO 2
Written By: LM
8.24.2014

Every now and then, radio shows provide us radio gold.  Before, Proper Gentlemen Of Sports existed, Lance Zierlein and Adam Clanton delivered one of the best bits of radio I've heard on air.

Lance and Adam set out to do one of the worst radio shows and topped it off with a parody of Josh Innes and Rich Lord's afternoon Drive Show.

Lance Zierlein pretended to be Josh and Adam Clanton was Rich.  The shit was epic.

At the time, the Houston radio market was in a "smack war".  Host, Shows, Promos were all aimed at crushing the opponents.  Everyone in the market did not participate but a lot did.  Currently, we are in Sports Radio "peace tims" where all of the media is chummy with each other.  Honestly, since Josh Innes left the market, there is no true villain to go at.

Lance Zierlein was the orchestra-tor of Bad Hour Radio and it formed organically off the back of Matt Thomas Show.  Lance was trying to spoof the Matt Thomas Show.  I think it's time for Lance and Adam to put on a BAD HOUR RADIO 2.   I wouldn't mind hearing them pick on Rich Lord again and especially their direct competitors, In The Loop.

I can see Lance as Nick Wright and Adam as John Lopez.  They would absolutely crush, its ready made:
  • Voices
  • Giggling
  • Reoccurring Segments
  • Racism
  • Liberalism
  • Extreme Leftism
  • VOICE

We tend to hate sequels but this is one sequel that could work.  As a bonus, I think Josh Innes should make a call in. Yea, I know he's CBS and PGS is Clear Channel, but what the hell.

Thanks, and I'll hang up and listen

OUT


Saturday, August 23, 2014

MATT THOMAS LOSES COMPOSURE ON AIR


MATT THOMAS LOSES COMPOSURE ON AIR

I have never heard Matt Thomas crack up like this on air.  He was laughing so hard, the Producer had to Mood Music him.  Must Listen Audio, you will Laugh with Matt Thomas.


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MATT THOMAS LOSING IT ON AIR