Politics and Prose: Sarah Huritz- Interviewing Meredith Fineman: ‘Brag Better’

Meredith Fineman, _Brag Better_ (with Sarah Hurwitz)

Source:Politics and Prose– Author Meredith Fineman at Politics and Prose.

“Do you do a lot of hard work that goes unnoticed? Do you find it difficult to talk about yourself and your accomplishments?

If speaking up for yourself and those around you makes you nervous, you are not alone. Professional development expert Meredith Fineman, founder and CEO of a leadership development and career counseling company, has worked with, trained, and spoken to thousands of people who struggle to communicate their worth to others. Her surefire and anxiety-proof strategies have helped her clients effectively communicate their achievements and skillsets to others — by learning to “brag better.”

From Politics and Prose

I guess I would start this off by saying that if you don’t speak up for yourself, you don’t like yourself, you don’t respect yourself, don’t expect anyone to do those things for you.

There’s such a thing as people liking themselves too much and having too much self-worth and self-confidence: name any dictator in the world that you want and that person probably loves themself too much and have too much self-confidence.

But then there are people who don’t like themselves that much, because they don’t have self-confidence and perhaps don’t deserve to have those things as individuals: career criminals come to mind who are always on the run and are always getting caught and are just trying to survive each day.

But then there are people who are very talented and have a lot of worth and ability, but perhaps don’t know that. Athletes who become underachievers because they don’t know how good they are and in many cases don’t do the work as well and don’t pan out.

But most people not just have jobs, but have bosses as well who have at least some influence and authority in how much their employees are getting paid and being compensated and if their workers don’t put in the work and don’t make the case for their good work and their self-worth to the company they work for, how are they supposed to move up in the company and be successful if they don’t believe they’re excellent employees who bring a lot of value to the company that they work for?

The great NBA basketball player Charles Barkley was once quoted in saying: “Its not bragging if you can back it up.” It was true when he said when I believe he was still playing for the Philadelphia 76ers and it’s still true today.

Not calling for people to constantly try to put others down and claim that they’re better than anyone else around them: I’m more in the camp of letting your actions speak louder than your words. But don’t let people walk over you and let less qualified people do better and move up faster in life, simply because you fail to speak for yourself and advocate for your own position in life.

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Ask Phillip Williams: Larry Garfield- Other People’s Money (1991) ‘Failure to Innovate, Obsolescence’

Failure to Innovate, Obsolescence - Other People's Money - Danny Devito

Source:Ask Phillip Williams– Larry Garfield (played by Danny DeVito) in Other People’s Money (1991)

“Larry the Liquidator discusses how to kill a company.”

From Ask Phillip Williams

Larry Garfield (played by Danny DeVito) is right about one thing in this speech (and that might be the only thing) which is when you stop innovating and you get comfortable, you lose your edge, that’s when you start falling and stop failing.

When you stop innovating and stop progressing, that’s when your competition catches up and even passes you and you lose customers to the businesses that are not just keeping up with the times, but are driving them and giving them quality, affordable services that customers want.

Gregory Peck plays the President of a very old New England family company that’s been losing money and is at risk of going out of business, until Larry the Liquidator comes along and buys up stock in the company, because he wants to take it over, before he runs into into the ground. Or perhaps try to turn it around before he sells it off.

Other People’s Money is not that different from Wall Street (1987) except that it’s funnier because you have Danny DeVito in the lead instead of Michael Douglas. Not that Douglas is not funny, because he’s an excellent comedic actor with excellent comedic timing, but he’s not Danny DeVito and perhaps no one is when it comes to comedic acting from that generation.

And what Garfield is doing in this scene is using humor and sarcasm to make a serious point that this family company has stopped innovating and has lost its creativity, has lost it’s edge, and that the company is so far lost that its not even worth trying to save, at least under current management. And he makes a good case here, regardless of what you think should be done with this fictional company.


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TCM: The Candidate (1972) Natalie Wood’s Cameo

Natalie Wood cameo on _The Candidate_ (1972) - Google Search

Source:TCM– Robert Redford, Natalie Wood, and Robert Goldsby in The Candidate (1972)

“After winning the California Democratic primary, U.S. Senate candidate McKay (Robert Redford, who recruited his friend and former co-star for this appearance) meets Natalie Wood, his wife (Karen Carlson) and campaign manager (Peter Boyle) in tow, in Michael Ritchie’s The Candidate, 1972.”

From TCM

“Natalie Wood cameo on “The Candidate” (1972) Natalie Wood and Robert Redford.”

Natalie Wood cameo on _The Candidate_ (1972)

Source:Wood Stanwyck– Robert Redford, Natalie Wood, and Robert Goldsby, in The Candidate (1972)

From Wood Stanwyck

In this scene Natalie Wood plays herself and Bill McKay (played by Robert Redford) is obviously not just interested in Natalie, but is perhaps overwhelmed by her.

If you’re familiar with The Candidate, Redford doesn’t really play anyone that’s like him. He plays a progressive labor activist who is the son of a former California politician (played by Melvyn Douglas) but is someone who doesn’t want to be involved in electoral politics. I believe McKay in the movie says he hates politics or hates politicians. (Who can blame him)

Bill McKay  is recruited (if not begged )by Marvin Lucas (played by Peter Boyle) to run against the Republican Senator played by Don Porter. So McKay is not use to the limelight and being around celebrities and not used to being a celebrity himself.

What you also see in this scene is the nerd in the glasses, I mean Arthur Fleischer (played by Robert Goldsby) trying to get Natalie’s attention. But silly Natalie would rather to talk to Robert Redford, I mean Bill McKay than a foreign policy nerd who writes speeches for political campaigns. (Which should be a shocker to no one)

The Candidate is a great movie, one of my favorite political films ever and perhaps my favorite political satire. The only thing that could’ve made this film better is if Natalie had more than a cameo in the movie. I love Karen Carlson (who played Bill McKay’s wife) and I wouldn’t have replaced Karen with Natalie, but perhaps made Natalie one of the campaign strategist or spokespeople. Too great of an actress, too great looking, too funny, to just have a cameo in a great movie like this.

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METV: ‘Can you tell the difference between Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling?’

Can you tell the difference between Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling_

Source:METV– Rod Serling vs Alfred Hitchcock.

“Rod Serling and Alfred Hitchcock are both giants in the entertainment industry, especially among horror and sci-fi fans. They both were excellent at what they did, both clashed with censors who sought to constrain their work and both set examples that are still being imitated today.

They were obviously also very different. How well do you know these two icons of the thriller genre? Take this quiz to find out!”


“Filmed at The Social Capital Theatre on Febraury 20th, 2016.

Perfect Match has improvisers prepare scripted character monologues and then has the audience decide which characters they’d like to see do long form scenes together.

In this scene, Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling meet while waiting to pitch new TV shows.

Performed by Mark Shyzer & Rob Norman.”

Perfect Match - Alfred Hitchcock & Rod Serling

Source:Kicks and Giggles Film– Alfred Hitchcock vs Rod Serling.

From Kicks and Giggles Film

I can tell the main difference between Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling at least as far as their styles and what they brought to their TV and movies.

Hitchcock was known for suspense/thrillers, with a lot of comedy mixed in, or at least a good deal of it. North by Northwest which is a suspense/thriller, as well as an action/adventure, is also a very funny movie that’s because of Hitch, as well as Cary Grant as the lead actor, and as well as James Mason.

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour had a lot of comedy in it with Hitch basically starting out the show doing a monologue (that he probably wrote himself) as well as a comedic skit where he would go off on what he hated about Hollywood censorships (what I call political correctness) and advertising that would obviously interrupt his episodes.

Rod Serling who was perhaps just as good as Alfred Hitchcock mastered sci-fi TV and would add a lot of humor to his shows as well, including himself where he would start off his shows again with a monologue. The Twilight Zone, was a sci-fi show, but it was also a very funny show dealing with people who were experiencing nightmares and going through horrible situations in their lives with generally an avenue to deal with those issues or a real life lesson that tells the person: “This is what happens to you when you don’t do this or do that.”

Both Hitchcock and Serling were great at what they do and just didn’t make their marks i in Hollywood, but are now all over classic TV and classic movie channels where classic Hollywood fans such as myself are very grateful of that. I have a collection of Hitchcock DVD’s that I look at frequently, because he’s probably my favorite director. And I have a Twilight Zone DVD. But both were not just great at what they did, but were also pretty different as well.

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Real Time With Bill Maher: ‘Monologue: Live Free or Die Hard’

Monologue_ Live Free or Die Hard _ Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

Source:Real Time With Bill Maher– Bill Maher or Donald Trump supporters: you make the call!

“Bill recaps the top stories of the week, including President Trump’s underwhelming Tulsa rally and Joe Biden’s strong lead in the polls.”

From Real Time With Bill Maher

Whether the Tulsa Arena seats 15,000, or 19,000 for any other POTUS (that’s President of the United States, for all you Americans not familiar with the American form of government) to be speaking in front of a less than half empty arena, this would be like a huge national embarrassment and one nail into the coffin of their political careers.

Similar to President Gerald Ford falling down the steps of his airplane. President Richard Nixon with the: “I’m not a crook” line. President Jimmy Carter failing to get the Iranian hostages back in the spring of 1980 because one of our military choppers ran out of gas in the middle of the Iranian desert. President George H.W. Bush puking on the Japanese Emperor in I believe 1991.

It would one of those scenes that’s so hysterically embarrassing that Americans would see their President as the biggest loser whose simply not up to being President of the United States and would not just throw his fat ass out of office, but try to get him deported and deny ever even hearing of the guy, let alone voting for the man and try to get him deported.

But with Donald Trump who just happens to be President of Idiots For Trump, as well as the United States, people tend to forget these embarrassing moments, because they’re too many of them to remember.

If there is one advantage to being a presidential asshole is that you’re so freakin stupid and struggle just to see your own hand in front of your face (even when you’re giving yourself the middle finger, perhaps by accident) that people tend to only remember your last idiotic moment. And what Americans get to look forward to or dread is another 6-7 months (and hopefully no longer) of President Donald Trump’s crooked idiocy and bullshit.

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Willy Beable: Diana Dors Documentary

Diana Dors 1

Source:Willy Beable– English Muffin Diana Dors and Rod Steiger, in The Unholy Wife (1957)

“Short documentary profiling the life of British ‘Blonde Bombshell’ Diana Dors, who died of cancer in 1984.”

From Willy Beable

English Muffin Diana Dors (as I call her) got tagged as the British Marilyn Monroe and the latest Hollywood Blonde Bombshell from the Silent Generation, when he came to America in the mid 1950s.

But if you look at the interview that Diana did with Mike Wallace (yes, that Mike Wallace) in 1957, which is available on YouTube she answered Wallace’s question by saying and I paraphrasing: “I don’t want to be Marilyn Monroe or anyone else. I’m just Diana Dors and that’s the only person I want to be. Marilyn has her life and career and I have mine.”

She wasn’t Marilyn Monroe or anyone other than Diana Dors. She was also better than all of those actresses and entertainers from that era who were also compared with Marilyn, including Jayne Mansfield and if anything had more in common with Jayne, then Marilyn.

Both Jayne Mansfield and Diana Dors were especially gorgeous, adorable, 5’6 great curves 17 months or so apart in age, both women knew what they wanted, both women extremely adorable to the point that they both sounded like little girls when they spoke and even had baby faces that matched their voices. And in Jayne’s case she had a little girl personality, really her whole life.

But Diana and Jayne both had the same weakness which gets me to a Salt N Pepa lyric from 1993 from the song Shoop and the lyric is: “What’s my weakness, men!” Both Diana and Jayne dated and married bad men who were simply untalented users who if they had any talent at all it was the talent of good conmen looking to make money off them, which Diana simply didn’t mine as long as they kept her happy and didn’t bankrupt her.

Diana’s weakness for bad men  I believe is why Diana never went back to America other than doing a few interviews and selling her books. Similar to Shelly Winters, Diana Dors was also a successful author and writer.

It’s not just the great, Hollywood blonde bombshell, that shouldn’t be the only way to tag Diana Dors, she shouldn’t be just tagged as an actress either. Diana was a great entertainer, a great comedian. Jayne Mansfield and Shelly Winters are the two American actresses and entertainers who are the best comparisons to Diana, because they’re so beautiful, the great curves, insanely adorable, and funny, as well as very intelligent.

And I think if Diana wanted to be the great entertainer in America, similar to Joan Collins whose also a great British actress, comedian, and writer, whose done a lot of work in America, Diana could’ve always had that here, because she was always that good.

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Deep Hauz: George Carlin- ‘Racism’

George Carlin - _Racism_

Source:Deep Hauz– Comedian George Carlin on soft language.

“About 15 years ago, George Carlin gave us a list of trigger words that today would send SJW’s to their safe spaces with their pizza parties.”

From Deep Hauz

I guess I agree George Carlin that it’s not the words themselves and that there’s nothing wrong with any word at all, but how those words are used and the context that they’re used and to a certain extent the person (regardless of their race or ethnicity) that’s using the word. And more about that person’s character that’s using the word or words.

I’m not just not in the habit of using I guess slurs against people other ethnicities and races, but I don’t think who does use those words against other people should be arrested or sued for using those words, but instead be singled out as being the assholes that they are.

American assholes who are so stupid in America (which is the Major Leagues when it comes to stupidity) that they judge people by their race and ethnicity. Because they’re brain is so lazy and full of shit that they won’t put in the time to actually try to know people for who they are and instead just single out someone with a different complexion and hair as automatically being inferior and as subhuman simply because they’re from another race or ethnicity.

Another problem with racism and bigotry being used as an issue in America, is that not everything that’s singled out as racism or bigotry in America, is actually racism or bigotry. And people get labeled as racists or bigots in America simply to shut those people up.

It’s not often that I agree with Representative Matt Gaetz on anything. Representative Gaetz just happens to be Chairman of the Donald Trump Ass-Kissers of America, (no, not officially) and perhaps the President’s biggest ass-kisser in Congress, but on Tuesday when he gave a speech about police reform he got into talking about what’s called white ,male privilege in America and he said: “Rep. Matt Gaetz: “Some might call that ‘male privilege or ‘white privilege.’ You know what? Those terms are just racist terms to try to tell people to shut up, and we’re done being quiet.” And he’s damn right about that. (From The Hill Newspaper)

We have hipsters and yuppies in America who claim to be social justice warriors who will argue that America is some racist, bigoted, materialistic society. And will argue that from their Manhattan lofts and swanky apartments or perhaps out in San Francisco or Los Angeles, over a glass of imported French wine, while eating their imported cheese or drinking their imported coffee that perhaps only the 1% in America can afford to have and even know about.

People who say that racism and bigotry are serious issues in America, but only talk about these so-called social justice issues in America after some horrible tragedy like a man being murdered simply because the cop didn’t like his race, aren’t social justice warriors, but they’re profiteers trying to sell their books, articles, movies, documentaries, talk shows, etc, at the expense of people who actually have to live with racism being used against them.

And they post their so-called social justice images on social media and take pictures of themselves at these events simply because they want to be seen as down with the cause. But after the latest so-called crisis dies down you don’t hear or see another damn thing from them about these issues until the next so-called crisis or tragedy breaks out.

And another thing about racism in America: people who say that racism is a big problem in America, shouldn’t be using racism themselves. Assuming (which is not as safe assumption) that they want to be heard or taken seriously by people who don’t already agree with them and are actually interested in solving the problem that they claim to care about.

When people talk about racism, they should be proposing solutions to actually solve the problem. Real solutions that can bring a solid majority of Americans behind them. Instead of trying to blame one race of Americans for every single problem that every other racial group has to go through in America. Again, assuming that they actually want to solve the problem that they claim to care about and not just talk amongst themselves and try to profit off of a real problem in America. Which I know is not a safe assumption.

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CNN: Veronica Stacqualursi- ‘Former GOP Candidate Carly Fiorina Says She’s Vote For Joe Biden’

Carly Fiorina Will Vote For Biden - Google Search

Source:CNN– 2016 GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina.

“Washington (CNN)Former 2016 Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says she’ll support Joe Biden over President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, calling the presumptive Democratic standard-bearer a person of “humility” and “character.”

“I’ve been very clear that I can’t support Donald Trump. And, you know, elections are binary choices. I will say this: I think, I hope, that Biden understands that this moment in history calls for him to be a leader, not a politician,” Fiorina told The Atlantic’s podcast The Ticket in an interview released Thursday…

You can read the rest at CNN

“Former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says President Trump should be impeached, but stopped short of calling for his removal from office and did not rule out voting for him again in 2020.”

Carly Fiorina_ It is _vital_ Trump be impeached

Source:CNN– 2016 GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina; talking to CNN’s Poppy Harlow. 

From CNN

Within perhaps minutes of Carly Fiorina (2016 GOP presidential candidate) announcing that she’s voting for Democrat Joe Biden the former Vice President, for President in 2020, even though Carly Fiorina is still a Republican, President Donald Trump attacks her on Twitter by calling her and this is a paraphrase: “a failed presidential candidate whose going to vote for Biden.”

I saw that tweet on Twitter, because I follow the President on Twitter (because apparently God hates me and punishes me this way) and I replied: “If she’s a failed presidential candidate, then why do you care who she votes for?” It was sort a a rhetorical question, because  know the answer to it. We’re talking about a 74 year old man who can’t take any negativity about himself, who can’t take a joke, even though he calls others who can’t take a joke snowflakes, which they are, but perhaps they got that from him.

You would think if commonsense and reality has anything to do with this, that the President of the United States would have better things to do than to worry about who a: “a failed presidential candidate” is voting for, for President. But again that would be a world where commonsense and reality rules. Not in a world where a reality TV star and two-time bankrupt businessman (a failed businessman, if you will) with no previous government experience is the President of the United States.


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Smithsonian Channel: ‘Malcolm X’s Fiery Speech Addressing Police Brutality’

Malcolm X’s Fiery Speech Addressing Police Brutality

Source:Smithsonian Channel– Minister Malcolm X, I believe in 1964.

“In 1962, a confrontation with the LAPD outside a mosque resulted in the death of a Nation of Islam member. It was an event seized on by an outraged Malcolm X, who would condemn it in an impassioned speech. From the Series: The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X:Smithsonian Channel. ”

From the Smithsonian Channel

I’ve always had mixed feelings about Minister Malcolm X. I like the fact that he was a champion of individual freedom and self-empowerment, and self-improvement for African-Americans in a decade, where leftists were calling for more welfare and not just the Great Society, but going even further than that and saying that African-Americans or anyone else going through poverty shouldn’t even need to work or get a good education to live well in America.

But pre-Mecca, Saudi Arabia (1964) Malcolm X was a racist. There’s no other way of factually describing how he felt about European-Americans even European-Americans who weren’t racists and at least sympathized if not publicly supported what Minister Malcolm was trying to accomplish and what his movement was about.

When it comes to Minister Malcolm’s own racism his supporters will either deny it or blame it on the fact that so many European-Americans hated African-Americans and because of that Malcolm saw all European-Americans (or what they would call white people, or use stronger language than that) as devils and evil people. But when you hate or dislike people simply because of their race regardless of what your race is and what race or races you hate, you’re a racist.

At Mecca and after Mecca Minister Malcolm could see that not all Europeans were bad people and that not even all European-Americans were bad people. When he was at Mecca he was at one of the largest melting pots in the world. Muslims from all over the world, even from Europe, from Southern Europe in the Balkans were, good, hard working, productive  people that didn’t judge people by their race or complexion.

It’s hard to be a smart person when you’re not even willing to learn and especially learn about your own mistakes and use that new information and facts to correct your own mistakes. Minster Malcolm learned that not all European-Americans were racists and devils and because of this was no longer a racist himself and became a much better leader for African-Americans, because now he was able to speak to more people, including people who didn’t look like him or agree with him on every issue.

And 55 years later Minister Malcolm X is still missed today by millions of Americans from multiple races who would’ve loved to have seen what his movement (the real Black Power movement) could have accomplished.

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NFL Fan Talk: ‘History of The Franchise: San Diego Chargers’

NFL Fan Talk_ Don Coryell

Source:NFL Fan Talk– The investor of Air Coryell: San Diego Chargers Head Coach Don Coryell (1978-86)

“The Chargers are one of the most snakebitten franchises of all time. Despite having great offenses during the days of the AFL, the 1980’s, and even now, the team has not won any championships. Even though the city of San Diego seems to have cursed sports teams, a lot of great players and coaches have worn Chargers colors.”

From NFL Fan Talk

“The story of the offense that changed NFL history, but never could quite reach the ultimate goal of a Super Bowl. The NFL Throwback is your home for all things NFL history.”

Air Coryell_ The Revolutionary Offense Always One Step Away From Glory _ NFL Throwback

Source:NFL Throwback– Dan Fouts and Kellen Winslow.

From NFL Throwback

About 10 years ago NFL Films and NFL Network was doing a Missing Rings series about NFL teams that they should’ve won the Super Bowl, but didn’t. The 1990 Buffalo Bills were part of that series, the 1969 Minnesota Vikings, the 1988 Cincinnati Bengals, and the 1981 San Diego Chargers. For me for a team to qualify as a Missing Ring, you had to have the best team on paper and the best talent for that particular season to qualify as a Missing Ring team and then not win the Super Bowl that year.

I believe if the 1979 San Diego Chargers managed to not have been upset at home in the AFC Divisional against a Houston Oilers team that was missing both their star tailback Earl Campbell and their starting QB Dan Pastorini and had they somehow upset the defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers (the Super Steelers of the 1970s) that they probably would’ve beaten the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 14, they would’ve been a heavy favorite anyway. But they lost to an average Houston Oilers team that was missing their star tailback and QB, at home in the AFC Divisional.

What I believe Don Coryell’s Air Coryell Chargers should be remembered for as are teams that scored a lot of points, especially in the regular season. But tended to be at their worst when they need to be at their best. Like in the 1979 AFC Playoffs, the 1980 AFC Championship against the eventual Super Bowl champion Oakland Raiders, or against the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1981 AFC Championship.

What’s supposed to pass a great team today is a team that scores a lot of points and has a lot of great personalities, and a lot of followers on social media, gets their own reality show or documentary made about them. That’s just the way the modern NFL is today which is just another division of celebrity culture in America and the NFL wants to make as much money from that as possible.

But in the 1970s, 1980s, and even in the 1990s, to be a great team and to considered one of the best ever, you needed to have a great team. Unless NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has already changed this: the NFL still has two sides of the ball and three phases of it: offense, defense, and special teams.

You can score 30, 35, 40 points a game and average that for a season, but if you’re giving up almost as much as you’re getting, you might lose half of your games, or struggle to go 9-7 or 10-6 and sneak in as a wildcard, because your defense was just good enough to do that. The 1981 Chargers were 10-6 and had to beat the Miami Dolphins on the road just to get to Cincinnati where they lost to the Bengals in the AFC Championship.

The Air Coryell Chargers weren’t great teams, because they didn’t win anything other than 3 AFC West titles. The 1980s Oakland Raiders who beat the Chargers in the AFC Championship at San Diego, won Super Bowl 15 as a wildcard team and they had a better team than the Chargers, because they scored a lot of points as well, but they also had one of the best defenses in the NFL that season.

And Charger fans can talk about Fred Dean, Leroy Jones, Gary Johnson, Louie Kelcher, and perhaps other great Charger defenders as well, but they traded most of those players way except for Kelcher and were gone by 81. And even when they had those defensive lineman they didn’t do them much good against the Raiders in 1980 or 79 against the Oilers.

Back then to be a great team, you needed to have a great team. Great offense is nice, but if you can’t consistently get stops on defense and you turn the ball over a lot, you’re going to lose a lot of big games. Which is exactly what happened to the Air Coryell Chargers.



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