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"adrian brown" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio
"We talk to each his on insulin. And when you speak to people are on insulin. A lot of it is stowed esscalation trying to prevent post the Ended up an impact. Your new body whites so it's a very complex. Three people if i look externally at what's available is a very under resource through so in terms of people when we look touchy diabetes. Walk from uk pdf sega to this was a large trial done in the gnawing cheese. The look long term impact to the diabetes. What they found is that around fifty percent of people thought you beatty's will actually require slim within ten years when we start looking at other data in terms of how Numbers have increased a six point five. Fold increase in insulin use between ninety one and two thousand and ten and what we seem clinic unfortunately is there appears to be some clinical russia to actually initiating insulin and you can understand why i mean. There's a loss of potential issues with slim issues of white game and we see that. Often people saw slim that they'd gain on average between three and nine kilos is a frontier different mechanisms related to that with. That's what we see. So patients though that gp star that if someone's living with overweight the the city adding on additional white is not where we wanna go. Fear of highpoints. No one really wants to have a high that that that awful things up a friend who has type one diabetes. And i've seen him have a high policy multiple blob. Hypo- is not an enjoyable experience. People don't have those to see. The increases within slid. Fear of failure is the top of the tree. Insulin is up here. So as we rashly. Progress these treatment options from dawn to medications. There's a sense actually. I am failing. I am unable to control this. You having to give me insulin and almost feels and similar to how people feel when they have bariatric surgery and maybe hassle words on the top of the tree. that's the last auction for that diabetes management but also does the injections and the social stigma injecting yourself on repeated occasions. Doing blood glucose tests. If you've ever done a fingerprint tests during that five six times a day saw getting bruises. It's not enjoyable. So you can see what people don't necessarily want to do it. But when we look at gp data in the you tag the main hbo when from data out bad looking within primary cash.
"adrian brown" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio
"About defining remission in well. Nfs away. hopefully there is going to be agreed. Died line coming out from the ada and but that hasn't been published yet hopefully will be on the way and hopefully that will then bring together all those definitions that we can really get to the crux talk about remission on an even kale. I do agree the remission in terms of being used directly terms raided come out regularly and a brady to same as you were saying salt that it should be forced to treatment option only just recently been thoughts of originally very much diabetes treatment so too bumbled controlling blood glucose but then didn't necessarily look at the underlying causes of diabetes. So one of those would be accessible. Stay in the body. Impacting glucose regulation on would be a key. Factor is very much around medication. Escalations control blood glucose. So it's very much like having a leaking and instead of fixing maliki simply go buckets out as a solution and when they fill up you simply replace it with another one. That's very much how we would see that when people would just have these dose relations. Some people might not have needed. There's escalations if we'd look to addressing that diabetes in the different way but it was very much. That's how i was saying people in in in clinical practice so more recently as saying we published some data a review looking at dot tree So we published in the journal commission starts at six thirty recently so We had agreed. Dot bts experts Academic dodge myself in voting book to dwi mela. Who's the postponing throw that but also we had experts within lemonade but also opponents of low carbs so we had people david unwin we had. We did have dr seem maho cia. Was we really felt. It was important to engage with the low cobb doctors and physicians and to really get a good balance of of saying well actually potentially low carb could be an option so i mean from findings way very much found the as we're saying before type two diabetes emissions ship your primary treatments on what we found is there's multiple dot. She approaches that can bring around emission the at present male replacements so low and berry l'energie dos offer the best quality evidence low.
"adrian brown" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio
"Dr adrian brown. Welcome to the podcast. How are you doing my friend on very well. Thank you very much for having me having a good chat today yeah. I'm very excited for this. Based on some of our previous conversations off air that we've had and some of the really interesting work you've been doing and some of the really excellent publications. I must say that being able to read. You've put out in recent times so before we get to my questions. Can you introduce yourself to people listening about your area of focus around research how you got there and some other piece of context that might be useful for them. No cool side thank you. So i'm a research fellow and lecturer nutrition dot At the sense for bc research At university college. London so by background on scene especially cyst weight management bariatric dots. So i worked in the nhs for around eight or nine years. I'm in the west midlands and from there assess a sort of help syrup the regional wet management service within our hospital so episode. We literally had one clinic week..
"adrian brown" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio
"Hello and welcome to sigma nutrition radio. I'm your host. Danny lennon this episode. Four hundred and five of the podcast and today. I'm delighted to be joined.
"adrian brown" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"I think it was an interesting nugget. Something to keep in mind with Julio Jones. Well, Mike, you're not the only one that's concerned about that, As we know the NFL was concerned about that, right? I mean, there is a there's There's a large market or there was Excuse me. A small market for a guy who will one day have a gold jacket on is likely a first ballot Hall of Famer five years after he decides to hang them up, so let's get to the other players that may or may not be intact. By this Mike. I think some people think about AJ Brown and the fallout Adrian Brown, by the way, the second best recruiter in America, behind only Nick Saban, who, of course, was begging for the Titans to acquire Julio Jones and pleading with Julio Jones to make it happen. It worked. Does this make anything? Does this change anything for AJ Brown's value to make go up? Doesn't make it go down? Or is AJ Brown one of those guys that like I could be the Titans number two wide receiver, and you'd still feel the same same way about him, as you would with Julio Jones is the number of two lighters It changes it very little. I did take about 1% of the target share away from him and made very little impact. Maybe it dropping down from wide receiver for five in year 4 to 7 or eight. It's a small margin jumping a guy like Calvin Ridley ahead of him, who will get to later is fine. By my estimation. I did that as well. But look, I think the Brown Brown looks like a superstar without question. I think that the I think we'd be even higher on him had he not missed two games early on last season because he ended up with a 3rd 20. 8% target share during the weeks he played. It was the fourth highest scoring wide receiver those weeks, so the guy has just been terrific. His efficiency is off the charts. He's also benefited from this offense, of course, which, by the way we should mention you mentioned it towards the top. Arthur Smith is gone. I'm a little nervous about that. You know who is the real reason that that offense has been so dominant the past couple of years. Is it Arthur Smith? Or is it Ryan Tannehill? Just being maximized and being in a good situation? Or is it the isn't there? Henry and AJ Brown and these guys that were around Tannehill, So there are some more questions with them. Then there were as Season ago. But at the end of the day, I think Brown is just so good can do so much of the ball in his hands and again, even though Julio Jones is there, there's room. There's a room for a high target share for Julio Jones because of the players that left so AJ Brown already had a path to a big target share. That should be in the 27 say 29% range, maybe a pinch higher than that. That's available and that's not really hurt by Jones showing up so I still have very high expectations for him right around 1300 yards and not Individuals and businesses with tax problems..
"adrian brown" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Penny. It's within our power to do it. Let's do it now doing the address. The president also touted his agenda, including a $2 trillion infrastructure package and a newly unveiled $1.8 Trillion America's family plan that aims to give all Americans access to community College. Preschool, affordable child care and paid leave. South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott gave the GOP response, saying it was an empty pitch from the president. President Seems like a good man. His speech was full of good words. But President Biden promised you a specific kind of leadership. He promised to unite the nation. The lower the temperature to govern for all Americans, no matter how we voted. This was the pitch. You just heard it again. Senator Scott says after more than three months the president's actions have not united the country but pulled it apart. Two sheriff's deputies and three other people, including a suspected gunman are all dead. After a lengthy standoff in North Carolina. The deputies responded to our home in the Boone area Wednesday after the homeowner and his family didn't appear it work or answer any telephone calls. Sheriff Sergeant Chris Ward and canine officer Logan Fox were shot when they entered the home. Both were killed. Ah share statement says the person suspected of killing the two off Sisters is also suspected of killing two other people inside the home. The mother of a murdered sailor wants help, Adrian Brown tells Adrian Brown Mills. Pardon me tells reporting partner 10 News that her son Dante Brown, was helpful in encouraging to his shipmates, and she can't understand why anyone would want to hurt him. The 22 year old sailor was shot Saturday when he answered the door to two men is doing the right thing so that Brianna asked to come forth so I can be at peace so I can have closure. Let Mesa police only have a description as two black men who were wearing masks and hoodies who ran from the scene on Echo Court. One San Diego County leader is pushing for more help for area restaurants and Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond is announcing a proposal to waive all permit fees for the region's restaurants. The waiver would be for the 2021 2 2022 fiscal year and include waving the annual environmental health fee, the supervisor's office released a statement saying, quote Restaurants have been devastated by the cove in 19 pandemic, and these actions will provide the necessary relief to the restaurant and food service industry to ensure swift recovery. The Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on the proposal on May 5th at him a coven KOGO News More than a million people are now fully vaccinated in San Diego in the county is expanding access, Supervisor Nathan Fletcher says, in addition to making vaccine sites other than the super stations available without appointments, Counties, also adding more mobile outreach and extending hours until eight p.m. while considering 24 7 options, a lot of those very motivated individuals who were clamoring for the appointments have been able to find one and now we're heading into a phase where we have to work to shift our thinking around the vaccine system to try and make it more convenient make it easier to access. We have begin to see some slack in the appointments in that they are not immediately gone. There's still generally being taken, but there are more available. The positive test rated send Eagle counties Upto 1.6% over the last two weeks. Jack Roman Cooking news. A study confirms There are differences in the way Republicans and Democrats view the threat of the Corona virus. That's according to a study from UC San Diego's Rady School of Management, lead author. PhD candidate aerial, Freedman tells Kogo news. They started the study in March of 2020 and expected people to come together over what can get us out of the pandemic. When there's a threat. People tend to come together. In this case, we thought it would be the vaccine they questioned. Same group of participants every month. Overall, on average vaccine attitudes actually worse than over the period from March to August 2020, and that decline we found was driven, particularly by Republican study also found the different sources have preferred media by each party could be one of the reasons for the perception of the virus. Marilyn Haider Kobo News, California's gig worker law, A B five does apply to truckers. The law requires employers to provide benefits to workers in gig economy, jobs like Ride, sheriff Food delivery. Now a three judge panel of the ninth U. S Circuit Court has overturned a lower court ruling that said that gig working does not apply to truckers. The new ruling could apply to his many 70,000 truck drivers in California, who continued to work while classified as independent contractors. The California Trucking Association will further appeal that decision. You're just posters on the wall I used to. I knew it. I was a member of the kiss Army. Ladies and Germs. Kiss fans the way for the band's new documentary almost over and he has announced.
"adrian brown" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I know that sounds ridiculous because he seems like the the this god boxing has created a situation where it's perfect for the gap and I don't know if they were just coming back and I don't know if that is on the docket I just I have a feeling that we're gonna probably go without that I think part of that is the whole thing may weather feels up to coming back at this juncture with a long way off and many pack of course is funny very well you know we we you know mac packet did have an injury that last fight with Mayweather it was inappropriate for him to not tell the public or anyone about it I agree and but there was no question there was an injury how much that impaired him that another question but none the less you fighting very well I do it and we don't know how Floyd Mayweather would fight at the display up like he always came back great off layoffs will be younger but now he's old so there's no you know there's no telling how you will come so I have a feeling though that they could do that things have moved on beyond that yet you have that fight so that's disappointing I was thinking I I said I would the way that paquiao fought against sermon I think she could actually yes you have a legitimate chance to be there whether I think that could possibly the first ever billion dollar fight that being said I'm from water Brzeska and so is Terence Crawford give me one fighter right now you think would actually give Terrence eight eight a legitimate fight we give who lives in the center and Crawford well spent obviously but beyond Spence you mean yeah all with you well we did not fight I think I think somebody like Shawn Porter would would would make a good fight against hers Crawford for sure I mean it would be a good fight out or whether it be in my lot packed on property would be interesting I guess given you know how he's fought so I mean you have to look at those people I think for the most part I don't think I would put the NDRC in that situation I'd probably not he spent his boss the Pacquiao although I don't know yeah I think very very very good fighter but I believe that he hasn't fought a lot of our press one well I agree part is not because of his own doing but just because of the way the politics of boxing laid out so it S. even really what fighters of the level of Shawn Porter and and Pacquiao and Thurman and certainly not spend you know he hasn't had a chance to see if they have a three of those kinds of tough fights with all those other people have another suspense himself as it to be honest I can also say that's not what L. eighty steady diet of how well do if you won the titles Intel broke in England which was quite extraordinary thing and book was fighting very well and thought well in that fight but since then they haven't been a lot of opportunity for a great fighter and Mikey Garcia clearly Garcia's coming way up in weight sold their home mystery still left in in in some of the the situations with the what Danny Garcia Thurman and Shawn Porter have better round robin the fight is in fact so they shortly for each other we don't pack out is what you know just about everybody right so in a way it's Bentsen Crawford who we know are extraordinarily good well we haven't seen them in on a regular basis without fights tell me answer this for me out do you think there's a better chance at the Mayweather Pacquiao fight does happen or that Adrian brown or give you a call and ask you out to dinner I believe that the the fact the all male quite it's more like yeah I'm pretty sure the weapons question Adrian you know had his stay at the breast is say well the bat hi I was singing at the posted may have is going to show that that's gonna get zero HM I hope tweeted out that I'll be saving a seat for him com performance sadly never shows so what is the doctor you're locked in for your in brighter light dining is for for the record you were the most professional in that situation I just wanted to tell you that I know is what he said you he was a complete and utter disgrace I don't even think you should be boxing anymore because he to me is not a professional boxer anymore as far as I'm concerned but anyway I want to move on real quickly to canelo Alvarez triple G. any idea of when this fight is going to happen is going to happen in Vegas what's the latest you could tell us on that well the lady in the old to abuse gonna fight the judge give me a chance help who is a good fighter Dimitri but learn you know not that's not triple G. of course does own who paid hello lots and lots of money I think there are thoughts word that the by now in in the you know they had a fight rocky fielding is what day Jacobs which was a very tough fight and and and props to both men for making it but I think they really thought very triple G. fight is going to happen as much you know in the near future not the far future and now if he's gonna fight another fight against I think if he was fighting two meters and direct then he can he do you might give him a pass on that but there you can't go good fighter are that doesn't feel like the kind fight each be taking for thirty five million dollars now who is your number one pound for pound for pound fighter in the world right now our pose a problem in the world today right now see I'm not a big kanzenban guy so much but you know it it comes down to between in my mind comes down to probably between Lomachenko in Crawford and stands there's the names that jump to my mind you know as them that have been consistently excellent those are three pretty big names so I don't blame him for in them up now you know I can probably pick the mothers I mean the guy that now I will and by the way I will say that watching fifteen model Lopez in his last fight he's definitely not ready for this silly Lomachenko good young fighter is chances against Richard call me in my mind that as a pick'em fight instant and maybe I would they call me a slight favorite nice not to is if the mall Lopez he's a terrific young fighter he is twenty one years of a young young without without the experience yeah not the kind of competition that I'd be good what would make it the added you know advisable to fight of the silly woman channel well tell you what one of the best pound for pound singers in in Las Vegas is the man we have this on the line right now boxing hall of Famer al bird seed so al I want people to come out and catch it the Tuscany for the great show band can you give yeah you're going to give you I'm a little a little taste of the song that I'm gonna do there I love that I used to do I used to do this was written for me back when I was in the ESPN before I got the show signed I love it I'm ready and and and it it it goes like this I woke up in Chicago had my exam so packed my overnight bag been hit well the coals the airports always crowded but everybody's got to pay their dues I got the ESPN sports announces blues the company zero out the loan growth to do 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your time you're always gracious we have time to get here thank boxing hall of Famer Albers then we got to sing a little bit I'm excited about that you don't also excited all right now that was some quality crew that was crying we got a quality guy coming in studio here coming up outside of this break his name is Joe Cortez he is a very very famous referees been in the ring with doing some of the best fights ever he's also been in some movies and I want to get his take on what took place over the weekend this horrible tragedy with maxim dot a chef the legend himself Joe Cortez will be joining us in studio next you're listening to the Vegas tech right here the.
"adrian brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Republic of Congo with you but outbreak in the northeast of the country has been declared an international health emergency about who's killed more than seventeen hundred people since the country's tenth outbreak began last August Schumer said in a virus is highly contagious kidding about half of those it strikes now that's why people who survive it Botha can be really helpful to the health services at this programs pull holdings been speaking to a room Bloomfield whose correspondent for the London daily telegraph newspaper he's been to the city of a penny in north Kivu province where he talked to some of the survivors the mental state to survive is it is it is remarkably robust given what they've gone through and the thing is absolutely critical role that base are are divided into the psychological and the almost the evangelical but within these thank you very grim and Bayless senses the event to offer people come first and almost a chance of recovery when you'll admitted with a Baylor it is a terrifying thing you you get taken into this centre you'll put into you I'm on installation you made of plastic the any contacts that you have with with the outside world would ordinarily be with doctor stress this struggle but they need to keep you have a survivor because they are immune to the disease who is that he's dressed in normal clothes you can really hold your hand and pulled the patients and that I've been through this before you can get through it yeah well the well that's just me say holding your hand talking to patients and and and that's that's interesting because there was a big stigma attached to it by a howl how do they approach than going back out into the community and not face being stigmatized trying to deal with possibly being stigmatized well I think a lot of them do you face our big mac and this is one of the other role but survived as they do you play because of the that that there's been a huge amount of what what what aid workers school community resistance people who don't believe me in the north keep the area but it by law actually exists are the conspiracy theories abound it's a very cool cars community which is being and and and the grip of conflict for more than twenty years survivors most of them come from the local they greet and they can go in and speak to people in their own language and say look I went through this this is what happens it is a real disease and that does seem to be having an impact because people are now saying okay well maybe this does actually exist in say best selling to take more precautions like reporting victims will bringing victims into treatment centers practicing safe funerals and so on and so forth and just tell us about the lullaby sing is so the level of icing is are the ones who work directly with victims on the other ones you stay in these isolation tents with Haitians or just as importantly looking after children who may be infected thank you have children in crashes next to the ability center is that parents are a bit dodgy our old being diagnosed with it but in the end the children all possibly within the twenty one day incubation period set no one who is not infected can actually talks among the children need looking off that they need eating they often need psychological support because they may be scared if the older and so the lower by singers the survivors look off to the man and it is quite remarkable because normally we have so many of them gone through this disease fairly recently which takes a lot to ask you that dealing with that and tried to I spoke to one woman who had lost both her children in the space of three days a two year old and a six year old and she was looking off that young babies amounts to what it was like and she said you may it's a little miracle I wasn't able to look after my children they died while she was our while she was ill but don't give me the opportunity to look off to other people's children and I feel like I'm doing something useful it really was inspiring stuff Adrian brown failed ten years ago you Ganda made headlines around the world when an anti homosexuality bill was tabled calling for death penalty for gay sex ever since then G. B. T. rights in different parts of the African continent of moved in and out of the news Janice Robbie Corey belay as Rick just written a book called love falls on us story of American ideas and African L. G. B. T. lives I asked him what he's hoping to achieve I started reporting on these issues in Africa at a time when the world was really up in arms about these so called kill the gays bill in Uganda which called for the death penalty for certain same sex sexual acts this you gonna story came to serve as a kind of stand in for the entire experience of sexual minorities on the continent at the narratives especially in the international press was that sexual minorities were defenseless they were on the run they were constantly seeking asylum and this class pretty dramatically with what I saw for myself what becomes very clear when you spend time in places like Nairobi are obvious on is that not only is L. G. B. T. activism happening there's also a lot of variation in terms of how sexual minorities are treated it's not all gloom and doom and despair you mention Abidjan member looking at ten ten or so years ago and there was say Gacy an energy BTC but at the same time sometimes those guys would get beaten up by the police who tolerating them we previously said it was a very similar confused picture in the times that something that still operates today yeah I think that a lot of scenes are mixed in that way a lot of times in the stories we try to localize homophobia and say one country it is easier to be gay than another learn you gonna for example is the quote unquote worst place to be gay I mean I think one thing that's important to consider is that a lot of individual experiences are mediated by things like class some level of education and how rich somebody is what their parents backgrounds are so even in a place where same sex sexual acts are criminalized if you are from a certain type of family you might not face that kind of repression directly and you might be able to participate in the gay scene that is very vibrant the sort of couple of narratives that you hear a lot that you touched on as well one is on sexuality is not Africa it's it's nothing to do with us and then you also hear homosexuals he's been around in different parts of Africa their ages matches as a western colonial invention was not the homosexuality it was the push back against narratives presumably play a part in your book or at least would pair but may be that things are rising against as well yeah I mean I think the latter of those narratives is more accurate than the former but one thing that I try to stress in the book is that L. G. B. T. movements look differently in different parts of the world which sounds like an obvious points but I think as movements in the west gained momentum there is kind of the flattening effect that takes place globally where we kind of expect to see the same thing and every location in solitude and Cameron could you are in and like the area was there something in their stories that surprised you something you learn this is an added perk in there a lot of case studies some negative some positives one of the most common threads through the negative stories that I encountered was the inability for an activist groups to follow through especially on high profile interventions when you look at the concerns as a whole T. L. G. B. T. rights increasing I think these stories that we hear about people being arrested and beaten arm other notable things happening to them those are horrible thing things for the individuals who are affected by them one thing that I found that I somewhat surprised me is that they do start dialogues within countries that have not necessarily been talking about these issues and in the long run activists find not positive even though it is extremely painful to get to that point because of the suffering that it tells as well beat Corey but in his book is love falls on us story of American ideas in African LGBT lives right it's a quarter to L. Ross is hit with the sport thank you we are going to start with a very Irish celebration of a very British sporting event the open championship the only golfing may just not to be held in the United States so when is hosted in the northern Irish result of port rush and it's one by Irishman Shane Lowry there's a party when the open in northern and just like such a prior date absolutely possum ready is great feeling yes we still.
"adrian brown" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Back for an eleventh and final season what what's the deal with these TV show. I mean, these people make show much money. We're talking like, friends and Seinfeld money at this point. So he renewed the hit winning comedy for one more season an episode count for the final season jetski determined though, the creator Steven Levitan said is unlikely to be a full order of twenty or more. So that means you probably have like a partial. She's and then it goes Bye-bye. Now, the problem with these shows, I mean, I still remember when friends went off. I remember when Seinfeld went offer. Remember when the sopranos went off. It just you watch these things for so many years, and you literally get taken in where you're almost like part of the family, and then all of a Senator stop there to next, of course, there's reruns. There'll be plenty of ruins the syndication deals are just oh my God. I got marathons on modern family already on on USA network. I wish they would bring back the sopranos to HBO again like they did a few weeks ago because I'd love to watch those the same way I watch law and order reruns and blue bloods and modern family rounds and friends sue. But you see in Seinfeld like the sopranos the ending of these two shows really left the door open to come back with more shows. But nobody wants to do that's the thing. But it leaves people just in a kind of an empty mode where you just you think something should happen. And it doesn't end up happening. I tell you this. I don't remember the final episode of friends if somebody told me, I'd remember instantly. I'm sure, but I don't remember how it went. But I clearly remember the end the Seinfeld when they were jail cell and the sopranos when they were in that diner. And the the ingenious mind of the producer of sopranos every time somebody walked, in fact, they were going to pull out a gun, by the way, speaking of this. What are the commercials that we didn't discuss from the Super Bowl? And I don't remember what the product was. I think it was a TV show of not sure. But this is how crazy. People are with their television today and electronics and media in general, you remember the commercial that came on? And it kinda like screen kind of went out for a second and have had the lines on it at said CBS has not having a problem with. They had a disclaimer on it right in the front in the middle of what was the product. And was the TV show. I can't remember. Yeah. That's bad. Whatever it was five point two five million. I can't remember what it was for. But my point is they actually had to put that disclaimer on it because people were afraid people are going to get up and reach for the remote and change the channel which would have been very funny, actually. But that's the point we've gotten today, we gotta put disclaimers on everything. Because people think oh my God. There's something wrong. I'm gonna miss the Super Bowl. Does your guy in Louisiana who tried to rob a Popeye's fat fast food restaurant? He couldn't figure out how how to open the cash. Register. He couldn't get the register up. What do you think he did? Broke it. No, grab some fried chicken. Then ran out of place. Police found him in the area short-term later. He was eating chicken. He's been charged with simple robbery. Again, people today are just. I don't know. There's like there's a lot of people that have screwed looses or loose screws. As a guy here in Florida tried to run over his son with the truck because the sun didn't want to take a bath. So a neighbor walk down side. He heard the shouting he called the police after seeing the kid running away from his father who is chasing him with his truck. So the victim ran to several of the witnesses for help until the police arrived. Officers said the guy had been drinking heavily that day and they arrested him. He's been charged with domestic violence and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. We don't know the age of the victim. But we do know it was a kid. And again, it just goes to show your people don't. I think there's a general. Respect that people used to have for different items and different things and people in general. Kind of like went out the window. And I can't explain how it happened. I'd love to know how it happened. But somehow it just literally just like, you know, who cares? I'll give you a great example. The official explanation for the death of James Brown in twenty zero six hundred seventy three was natural causes congestive heart failure to be more specific. But CNN has come out with a three part investigation. Apart free raises a bombshell that there's a possibility to James Brown was actually murdered the writer interviewed nearly one hundred fifty people over two years, including eleven who want a new police investigation. One of the eleven is Dr Marvin Crawford who signed his death certificate. But Now Dan doubts that natural causes and suspects an overdose. Perhaps accidental perhaps not wasn't facts. The culprit. The medical examiner says he changed too fast. He was a patient. I would never predicted would have coated, but he died that night. And I did raise the question. What went wrong in that room? He says his recommendation for an autopsy was rejected by Brown's daughter Yama who declined to explain why don't addition of Brown's death investigation. Also calls into question. The explanation of the nineteen ninety six deaths of Brown's third wife. Adrienne brown. As an accidental overdose. That a retired police detective on that case gave Blake or notebook. From an informant who says that a doctor admitted murdering Adrienne Brown with a fatal drug overdose. So lake rides quote. There's a disturbing pattern assuming Lara's between Adrian Brown's death. And James Brown's death eleven years later, can you imagine? I mean, these these are the kind of things that are. Coming back to haunt people. It's kind of like the R Kelly thing. And what was what was the other one? Besides R Kelly that recently came to light. You mean like the Michael Jackson? Michael Jackson thing was another one. And they'll probably be many more. But why does it take so long for somebody to step forward and say, hey, I don't believe this is what exactly what happened by the way, speaking of R Kelly? This guy's got a set on him. He's announcing today that is going on tour throughout the United States. Really? Are people going to be stupid enough to buy tickets to see our calcium? And by the way are killing puts on a great show. But with all these accusations that have been levied against him. You would want to stay in a huge house. Not even show his face cities. Don't exact opposite is going to go out touring are coming up next. I mean, it's just amazing some ways that. Grocery stores tricky into spending more money, this is saving some money. So you don't wanna miss this. Coming up next here on the Rick.
"adrian brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"What he wants the ESPN app. Siriusxm channel eighty you can fight with comed- on social media at Kobe non rich is right. Yeah. I'll be fighting on the ESPN. Plus, here's the deal is tonight on UFC. Adam said Adam said, he's been listening for fifteen minutes. That's a victory. That is the worst thing is hurting now like fighting with them. Putts that guy. Anyway, thank you guys for checking us out. We appreciate it. And I gotta say we got our first full week of TV. Our new schedule our new normal. We got our first week out of the way, and it all culminates after today's show. Yeah. Right. Because you know, that's the end of the work week for us. We get to relax a little bit. We get to start focusing on the game. Tomorrow cheese tomato. How was that going home and then going back to work? Yeah. We're we're doing like a two part day. What was that called a split? They split. Doing the siriusxm talk show in the morning. We're right by lunchtime. But then we gotta go back to ESPN at night to do the TV show, which hey, all good problem. Crazy day, man. That's for sure. Yeah. And then you know, we're happy to finish it off here on ESPN radio. Brought to you by Pennzoil synthetics taking synthetic motor oil performance to a whole new level. Make the switch to Pennzoil synthetics today. Now during our TV show week one we were with the pleasure of having Dana white on our show and Maria menounos, I want to thank her because she was looking for ROY. She's a huge patriots fan. We know she'll be in Atlanta cheering on Tom TV, and I Maria menounos if you want to check around thank our on our behalf. Dana white said something on our show that I that. I thought it was interesting Dana white as you as, you know, head of the UFC. And that's a Big Hat. He he said that. Hey, he's he's more than willing to make any fight happen. But what do people want to see? Right. Because he he joked about how he thinks Oscar de LA Hoya, dummy a moron. He would fight him. Just not boxing. He'd fight them. And they were saying how this week. Did you see David Arquette called out Siham punk? Derek Carr called out Steven A Amax Kellerman. And it's how do you think the Arab tag team match? Yeah. Do you think the average fan of sports wants to see a legitimate fight? Or do you think they would actually pay to see like max Kellerman fight their car? They would and and there's a place for both. But it does water down the legitimate fights. Because you'll see the average casual schmo get all amped up about McGregor, and and Mayweather or what I consider a spectacle opposed to let's say an Errol, Spence in Keith Thurman, actually, keep Thurmond's calling out many. You just lost a lot of people already. Right. Right. And I did that intentionally because here you go you have credible people that you're not caring about. But you'd rather see David Arquette fight Sam punk, plus you build up people want spectacle, necessarily credible. Remember in in two thousand eighteen there was that fight where the YouTube guy Logan, Paul fought some for some British guy, and it had millions of views on YouTube. Yeah. And it sounds dumb. But millions of people tuned in moving forward. Do you think there's gonna eventually be some type of I'm not saying division Travis but hear me out because I know golden that's what they were saying that golden boys willing to pay anyone Dana white was saying he was taking the high road by putting chocolate down to Ortiz back in the ring 'cause they're both old guys. Yeah. No one wants to see that. And then de LA Hoya is saying, well, hey, man, if there's an audience and people want to see they can still fight. Let them fight issue because Oscar was saying. The whole Connor verse Floyd was a circus. And he's like, what are you doing over there? Now. Exactly. Yeah. I I just look at it and say, I think eventually there'll be some type of division within this with the growing audience of 'em, a UFC embossing having its moments where you know, good fight will still get people watch. If the right fights has the right tap it. Right. But I'm saying if you don't get the right, which is the problem if you don't get the right fighting boxing, and let's say you're a little spent on the traditional mixed martial arts fights UFC. Let's say like, you know, what I don't really care to see McGregor and could be go out again, you know, what a mine inches in Anderson Silva. And if he still has it you may say to yourself who maybe there's some type of division or league put together, maybe Dana white doesn't under UFC where it's almost like the golden boys grudge match, the grudge match division where you actually throat like I dunno. Let's say max Kellerman says let me suit up for charity and fight. Derek carr. Let's say boxing before. But these guys they talk on Twitter and stuff not say max, but other people knowing that they're not going to have to fight. So I don't think there ever is going to be that fight. But I just wonder if the money's division ever does happen above the way, Dr Phil. I'll see a pattern where people want the spectacle. Our fight cash me outside girl on TV. That's what the people want to pay. I do what Travis like if you said all right tonight on ESPN. Plus Dana white has a whole new division of UFC where tonight's card includes. Stephen a Smith versus Derek Carr. Steve harvey. Derek? Derek Carver's is one of the first take dudes? Then it's punk versus. David Arquette who call them out? And then in the third fight it some. Two two players wives going at it in the like, there's an audience. You don't think there is? Yeah. But nothing for me. Thank you. But I feel like that's something you people would watch. Because people love as Dana. What to quote, Dana white? It's in our it's in our blood. It's in our DNA humans. You could be black white Hispanic, Asian, whatever your culture is whatever your sex or races or anything. It's just something in us that we love to watch a fight people like are drawn combat people love to resolve conflict you for for your hands up. Let's go for generations and lifetimes, there's something where people like to solve conflict through fighting. I don't wanna see a fight that would most likely be with somebody on world star on an actual platform. These wouldn't be like entertaining fights, though, it would be one of those things like the first most people who can't find it's terrible to one. So. Refunds. So the first one might get some viewers. Wow. This is dumb, for instance. Like right there, and you would get the first fight, and it would be two guys who get gas after one round. And that's the problem. Yeah. And then then you're like the theory was good. But hey if. Mike the situation from the jersey shore really wants to fight some other dude from another reality show. You might say, ooh, I'd watch him fighting the octagon. But you know, what when they're uncondition than winded. You'd be like, oh, what am I watching? Wonder punches? We we've seen these random celebrity fights happen and take place, and they're kind of fun depending on who it is. And what the hype is. I think what we're closer to seeing on a more regular basis that I'm thinking about it is that whole Silvester Stallone when he fought Robert deniro in the grudge match sort of thing, you know, two older guys out of their prime going at it just because there's still an interest there like that that would be packing on may weather. You know, one could argue that pack you'll still a major contender because he's still beaten credible people. He just be Adrian Brown, of course. But there are two guys that are just not in their prime. They're just not where you gotta figure one of the younger. Cats would smoke them at this point. So I think the interest does lie in well, they're not in their prime, and they're not really. A force in the game. But I still watch them fight. Would you watch Vander Holyfield and Lewis by now as like? Yeah. Like, wouldn't you want to see would you watch Tyson Holyfield three? Now, I'm just saying. Now, you're old you're probably more in the market for that. Then you are like Tyson Holyfield three cash me outside girl versus Dr Phil. The mob pillow guy because he kind of has my look what hair the fact that. He has hair bothers me. Yeah. That'd be handy. A pillow. Dr phil. Yeah. Dr Phil versus the pillow guy the mypillow guy. I wanna see that one go down. All right. So anyway, I think, you know, Dana white made some great points, and he called out Oscar de LA Hoya, and it was big news, but he's called map before. But he said on our TV show this week. Just another reason watch that he would fight him. And I would you watch Dana white Oscar de LA Hoya. That would be the only fair fight here. Because in the rang de LA Hoya would smoke them. Yeah. So if it would ever could ever be a fair fight. It would be in the ACTA. Well, if you want to hit us up eight eight eight say ESPN, we will wrap the show with some Super Bowl predictions and a deep thought about Anthony Davis and how I think, you know, the more the more I analyze the whole MBA possibilities of Anthony Davis. He could very well. Be the smartest man in this whole thing, and we'll get to that next on ESPN radio. Win this thing. Wait this. Super week twenty nine hundred. Podcast. Hello good to see. You Alvarado has to be in. That conversation was the most intimidating man in the history of football. We about to have him on the line, James Harrison. It's Lawrence Taylor. 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"adrian brown" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"AmazoNcom have to your house. Your hands matter days be there almost four you know, it so check that out. Appreciate your support on that deal. I think gonna love slobber knocker to. That's not the title in good, the guess, but I don't know what the title is going to be a working title slobber knocker too. Getting ideas for a titles or anything is always in the show. Email us it, Jim. She CI mail dot com. He's that. This week's can goofy award is a little bit competitive. And ironically, the NFL is causing their own competition that never wanna do that from a marketing perspective, but they are doing it here on my on this award but starting out with on the FEC can goofy award nominees Adrian Bronner. He's a boxer. He's an immature boxer and his post-match interview. Showtime. Reporter Jim gray was classless embarrassing. He was kind of sending he seemed to be paranoid and even inferred he could beat Jim gray up and fight. Wow. This is after Jim gray doing his job questioned. Adrian about being three three and one's last seven matches logical question. So I I thought that was very poor exercise maximizing one's minutes 'cause Adrian Brown could have had a different story to tell your three three and.
"adrian brown" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"MLS Alrighty three nine nine hundred one going where does anyone have the stream who got the string? We've got the stream a strange strange thing. So I think that comes into the dish into that. And all the other aspects, and maybe a lack of marketing like there was no undercard the so when the dish into it, really, you know, they didn't push all these other things they were relying on the Manny pack, your Brunner. And this is what we got. And so we need to look at the market and truly assess that is pack you'll still a draw. Got a group of more you I think if I was passed prime, I think. A little bit older now. And and after the performance against may whether a lot of people not really on the bandwagon that much more also Adrian Brown. We know the fighter that he says he going to be, but we know what we see in the rain. So that could attorney. A lot of people. Enjoy Paula burner. Of course You had. had. Yeah. But I don't think that affects what he's saying to me. That you never mind. I ain't gonna ain't gonna Roach Jew. But is like teasing is. I I spent okay wing. Rafi hitting your fucking microphone Mitchell brothers man late doing up and Mike exit shit. Fifty fifty microphone check one two. Want to carry on? I was saying Brown just the guy that we knows not gonna hand to go, and he was able to fool some people. But after the the back labs that I've seen on social media more shouting this posting video. On you to me. Everybody was just like man Mademoiselle brought her the fraud owner really from the hook. He hanging just Cheney city won one round and a half. That's the ultimate disrespect. You must have. I never even heard that us. I said, okay. Yeah. Agree with it. But me not knowing that I thought he meant be Brunner around in the have he said he won around there. Disrespect for. But anyway. Yeah, man. I I don't think the public can be fooled by Brunner anymore. He's gonna fight somebody not on the level of the guys Louis van fighting for us to say he's going to win right now time time time, he's not coming up is Is it. it is it is it a different type of pain instead of people just starting on their Showtime and watching it and routing. The these people spent money spent their own hard money. Perfect your if I to. To be mad, y'all know Mike set some that we didn't didn't say at all. He's absolutely right. We cannot overlook the damage that may whether pack Yao hat on probably both their careers. But I think people shelled out a hundred dollars for the first time in history to see a fight or that was a very favorite view up. I want to sell paper. The mario. Wasn't it a hundred wasn't with one hundred. Oh, oh. Know what Mike said earlier was that he thinks that the Mayweather Pacquiao hurt Paki out in. I absolutely agree. I think people show that one hundred dollars for that fight. They, you know, the Casuals that had bought into Manny in the past that was like their last tipping point..
"adrian brown" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"And now we just want to get the good old ninety five thousand, but it's it's happening men. And that's credits. You guys if you're just joining the livestream. I would actually to hit that comes up, and why helps with the visibility to show as you can see from yesterday visibility is getting out. There awareness is beginning out there and people are knowing that this is a safe haven for boxing folk that want to come out here and talk some boxing with us. So we got a jampacked show, obviously lined up a lot a lot to discuss many Pacquiao dominates Adrian, Brown agent, Bruna Kohl's robbery. So the question is do you think, you know, pack. Yeah. One that fight. How'd you scored in did Adrian Brown kit robbed was the hood robbed of the next Floyd Mayweather? And may what the pack to. I mean. Do we want that many L calls Floyd Mayweather Floyd doesn't really knowledge them in the stands? But. All in all who's watching. It are we excited? I mean yesterday I had some friends over in studio while we were watching the fight. And they're like man, you know, that's gonna do less than what it did the first one. I said, yeah. But less it's still two million. You know, still true point five. I mean, they'd be like four or five million. I think have still buys it. I think a lot of boxing fans by, but we'll actually get a better gauge when we see if we see the numbers to Bronner in age Adrian Brodie versus many pack yet, which was on Showtime, pay per view, obviously, we will have to discuss Marcus Brown defeating Babu, Jack by unanimous decision, a nasty cut on the head of body, Jack. Oh, my God the footage from the hospital insane. Listen, I thought I was queasy last night, bro that Instagram clip of his forehead. I mean, I'll probably play it just ugly ugly. But. Marcus Brown wins man, he wins. You know, we questioned a coming up to this was he prospect was he a contender? No more questions. I will say look, I know that ESPN and is on are pretty much the same. But I think that I'm starting. I'm starting to think that I like design a whole lot better just a whole lot better from the whether they categorized. They're fights disown and Dimitrius Andrei put on a show in New York City that big baby Miller was supposed to be on Android main events it with ACA. Call Archer Atakov also known as a wolverine who wittily didn't look like wolverine this time. He I don't know if it changed the haircut or whatever, but it just didn't fit the wolverine title anymore, but Dimitrius wins by a lily controversial stoppage and calls out. Triple g do you want? It do does. He get it Pablo. Fuck. Caesar can no on the TBB beating the odds every Friday on patron dot com full of its last box, invoice, we discussed how this guy not that. He was alive dog, but he was alive. Dole to go the distance. If you wanted to bet Lenora is going to distance. I swore up and down the canot was tough and battle-tested enough that the bumming Lenora wouldn't get past them. But sure enough the Norris prove me right over and over again for the many years that I said he wasn't on the level people place them. How does that win look for sealed woman chanko now when my man policies are can no comes out in first round stops them first round. Now. I don't want to hear any bullshit about how he moved up 'cause three fights ago. He fought at one forty and he scored a knockout so knock it off low fan boys out there TJ don't Henny never heard of them ever. How to get a title? No one knows sign a match room and the story begins. He got a. I don't know one retain the site already. I watched the fi. But it was like, I didn't know what I was watching really. I really don't. I I have to find out what exact weights these are. And how I gauge it usually is by the names of the fight is. I know this is was he does have an IBM super bantamweight title. But I always get confused with one fifteen when eighteen symptom lightweight, you know, you always confuse one thirty one thirty.
"adrian brown" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Two seconds. I can't sweat that. I can't. Appreciate the call, man. Thank you, Tim. You lava Stephen was up Steve as thank you for covering boxing. Is it time to put Adrian Browner to bed as a mouse over paid guy who loves to get beat up? I'm not gonna say overpay because he only made two point five million for the fight pack. Ya may ten million. We're living in the Dan age. We're cats getting paid fifty and one hundred million dollars. So I'm not gonna say overpaid. What I will tell you is. I don't know what was wrong with Adrian Brown pros fight saying he won that fight against back hail. No. He did not. He did not win that fight Taqi. Al was all over him. I mean, he got thoroughly beat on. And he got thoroughly beat decision wise on that fight. I don't know what he was talking about. When he said everybody knows he wanted to fight Adrian Brodie win that fight eligible. And by the way, Jim grape pointed out accurately, he averaged like what less than eight punches around. What did I say when I interviewed him last week on Jim? I said they say you don't throw putschist me. He said, it ain't about how many is about the right, Tom. Well, it was no, right. Tom against pack. Yeah. Well, it's it's it kind of shocked me 'cause Paki out tens to lean lead with his head, which which is how Marquez got him in that third. Correct. Correct. But he was he was quicker. He was he was quick he was predictably more aggressive. He connected more that eighth and ninth round. He was all over Adrian Brown all over him and Adrian Bruna did not throw enough this. He did not do enough brunches. And isn't see see when I think about Adrian Brodie. No, I think about Zab Judah guys like that. I'm talking about guys who are incredibly talented, but somewhere along the way they wasted that talent for whatever reason they wasted talent. I'm talking I'm not looking at them as fight as I'm telling you. These are cats that were champions and could. Have been a league champions. If they addressed this sport with the serious this that they deserve because they were that skilled I find Adrian Brunel to be skilled, but he gets in the ring and he doesn't wanna throw purchase. And I'm always shocked by that. You can't win a fight. If you don't let your hands go about that. How about that? Jim. Yeah. Absolutely, right, though argument here, no argument here, Jerry, you lava Stephen they talked to me first time caller. What can you hear me clearly cancer Baker foam? Yes. Okay. So let me share a little information with you yesterday. The the football game in New Orleans was one of the most important things in the state of Louisiana. You just cannot imagine the amount of passion that was in that stadium. Our would say it was allowed wildest stadium in the history of sports. Okay. That's what the saints mean to the city of New Orleans down. It's the worst football call in the history of football, in my opinion. The only thing that tops. It is the Kansas City Royals winning the World Series against the cardinals. You know, when they got called out on a called safe at first base in game six. Now this Roger Goodell. We haven't heard boo from him yet. But I believe that he owes the state of Louisiana an apology. I believe the the officials should be fired today and each saints player. How many players you think the saints have that are undrafted play. They must have seven on our after they housing. Thousand dollars. What is your paws? My point is that I believe these saints players that should be getting a Super Bowl of cut of two hundred thousand each layer. That's not censor. That's not sense. You would not be saying that if this were another team with all due respect, you would not be saying this if this was someone other than your New Orleans Saints. I understand it was a horrible horrible. No call. I understand. I understand that totally. I get it. The flip side to all of this. However is that they a blown call cost you. But that doesn't entitle the U2. Super Bowl personal anything like that. No. It does not, sir. I I understand I agree with you..
"adrian brown" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Whether it's at the game watching at home watching a bar or watching it. Adam Curle is house says you lost fifty seven thousand dollars have a great time. Enjoy some crown don't be that guy that ruins forever. Own goals in that guy who trying to much wedge in the game. Make the right call take water break. Here's by Racal this week. I I gotta say McVeigh going for the after recovering from the fourth and one debacle going for the fifty seven yard field goal was fucking ballsy. Because if he misses that the saints are, basically, I midfield. They get what like one first down. And all of a sudden, they're almost in Phil Gould territory, the you really need to believe in your kicker to do that. I thought that was I that as it was happening. I thought that was insane. As like, really, you're settling for the fifty seven yard what's going on a little too much credit? I think this guy watches Greg delay chick seventy orders than in the outdoors and practice and Matt about enough. That's fine. That's right. Listen. I just said it was the right? Call of the week. I just wanted to enjoy some crown Royal and enjoy making the right call on a fifty seven hundred fill the I'm conditioning to think what's the worst case scenario, if this doesn't go through right, especially when you're in the Superdome, and all these terrible things can happen to you. What's your what's your recall? The we may I I really all four coaches I felt got luckier than they were good today. Obviously the to that one. But awesome, very very bitter man poor man right now. But I'm gonna move off football and say, my right, call goes to Jim gray, Jim gray. And he had the privilege of interviewing Adrian Brown after fight that bona lost the conservatively eleven of the twelve rounds. I would say, even though judges, they hate pack. Yeah. And two of them. I think gave it eight four to pack you out. So maybe needed the last two round. But I think he went eleven at twelve he averaged four punches connected around. So, and I guess he won four of those rounds where he averaged four and Bronner saying in the post game fight opposed by interview, he says, I won the fight. I clearly won the fight. I was rob. And Jim gray points out like, well, you average eight punches per round. So how can you say you want is? I guess what you say, you're all right. I guess you're against me. You're against me. He's like, yeah. Are your three three and one in your last seven fights. What do you say? Who do you wanna fight is? He's like, well, I wanna fight you. 'cause I know I would beat you and Jim graves like well that wouldn't be much of a fight and walks away. But I like Jim Greg good for you. A hero center. That's a good one. You like feisty. Jim grega? Adrian Brunner always an underrated candidate for worst guy in sports. Yeah. He's he's he's really unlikable a hundred percent of the time. His post fight press conferences, you never come away from them going. He seems like a good guy and never happened PacTel on against the lodge podcast last week. He touted confident I think what what he said was couldn't really understand a lot in some of what he was saying. But I felt like he really didn't like Bronner. I feel no one who does. No one likes, bro. We're talking about today. Like, he would be a great rocky villain. I don't think the fighting part would look good. He doesn't step up for big fights. It's weird with him. He would also get fired during the filming seems like he's such an a-hole. That'd be a lot to go that. Well, crown Royal reminds everyone this football season to take a water break, and hydrate responsibly. So what happens with this bad? First of all, you're still married. I am. But I I've been I'm gonna talk to the wife in a while. I mean, I'm screwed now. Right with Valentine's Day win or lose. I was going to be screwed. Now. She knows I'm betting this much on games. It's all downhill. Maybe watch the John wick three trailer with Chad rebuild something. It's like two and a half minutes. It's good. That's a great that great tune f minutes. So we say this every year as we head into the Super Bowl. It really does. If football really is ridiculous. Like it really is seven teams could win every year..
"adrian brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here's Steve Potisk, the inability to find workers has been one of the top laments lately for many businesses, and it is certainly the case for restaurants. Dunkin donuts. The CEO recently said labor is the number one concern for franchisees. So number one writing for Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Leslie, patent says retailers raising wages and with fewer teens of the workforce restaurants are finding a shortage of their traditional teen worker base. So many are changing how they hire. And keep staff Taco Bell is throwing hiring parties. Only a Taco Bell. Hiring at parties at the restaurant in the middle of the afternoon. So he can get some free food some free Taco Bell swag. And maybe a job instead of business cards managers at church's chicken outlets have started handing out recruiting cards and to keep teen workers connected to their brand sticky fingers rib house a barbecue chain in South Carolina is asking employees for their opinions on the food and their uniforms. I'm Steve Potisk, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Twelve forty one on WBZ freezing rain falling right now in Boston. Twenty four degrees. His our temperature. President Trump is lashing out is house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi for rejecting his proposal to exchange temporary projections for some immigrants in exchange for his border wall. The president accusing Pelosi and other Democrats of putting politics ahead of security claiming Pelosi is behaved so we rationally and gone so far left. She's now become a radical democrat the president's reaction coming into series of Sunday morning tweets. Republican Senator James Langford of Oklahoma telling ABC's this week, the president put a reasonable compromise on the table. The best thing that we can do is solve the few elements where we do have common. Ground on. Get those resolved get the government back open. So people are actually getting checks again. This is absurd to keep this dragging on this long, the New York democratic Senator Kirsten gillibrand agrees the president's offer. Nonstarter not protect all dreamers to not recognize the suffering that families who are here are facing to shut down the government to get his own way. When eight hundred thousand people have not gotten their paychecks this week who might not be able to pay their rent or their mortgage or food or sheets. It's outrageous, the shutdown has left hundreds of thousands of workers without paychecks. It's now in week five twelve forty two on WBZ time for us to check sports countdown to kick off in Kansas City. Let's get the very latest now from WBZ's Johnny Sherman. All right. Thank you, Mike. Yes. We are just under six hours away from kickoff for the AFC championship game between the patriots and the chiefs AccuWeather forecast. Calling for temperatures in the twenties. What promises to be a very loud Arrowhead stadium? Weather won't be an issue in the NFC title game as the saints host the Rams inside the climate control dome in New Orleans game time for that one. It's three zero five Bruins goaltender harass was hoping to send a franchise. Record for most wins last night. Instead he was forced to leave the game after suffering concussion in a violent collision late in the first period of the Bruins three to two loss. The Beezer now offer nine days for the NHL all-star break Celtics guard, Marcus smart, awaiting a call from the NBA office after he was a jacket from last night's game with the hawks smart got into a confrontation with Lantis de'andre Bambi and had to be restrained by teammates, he then broke away and went after Bambi again and again had to be restrained. The Celtics won the game their third straight victory. College basketball this afternoon Boston College playing number eleven Florida state at the it's right now, it's forty BC twenty seven in the first half at the Desert Classic. Phil Mickelson holding onto a two stroke lead over Canadian atom heart had win heading into the final round. And at the MGM grand in Las Vegas last night. Forty year old Manny Pacquiao won a unanimous decision over Adrian Brown for the secondary world welterweight. Title pack. Yeah. Now hopes to get a fight with Floyd Mayweather, try that again Floyd Mayweather. I'm Charlie chairman WBZ Boston's NewsRadio.
"adrian brown" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal
"Cuss, many pack yet. All right. Welcome back against all odds. My next guest one of the greatest prize fighters of all time next Saturday night. He defends his WB a secondary welterweight title against Adrian Brown or his name. You may have heard of him. Manny Pacquiao what a treat this as many thanks for coming on against all odds. Hello. Good morning morning. Manny. Now, I don't know. If you remember, I think you remember my cousin Jimmy Kimmel you've been on his show many times and Jimmy walked you down Jimmy walked down the aisle for your fight against Mayweather you. Remember that? Yeah. Remember that? Do do you think he did a good job? Do you think he got you focused for that fight? Would you ever ask him back for something like that? Yeah. I would good time. Way that fight in. It does another one then you will getting all right? But I don't know what you've worked out for this fight against Browner. But you know, it's it's this is an exciting fight. It's a lesser fight though. That may whether if you need if you need Jimmy Kimmel's, not as famous cousin if you need me to walk down the aisle. I will help you out. Just just just putting it out there for you. That's the cool. Okay. Good. Good. Good. I feel like we have a deal now. Manny I've seen video I seen. I've seen the the prelude. I've seen the videos of you on YouTube that hand speed is still there. I saw it on YouTube are using the same training routine doubt. At now that you're forty years old, right? You before a couple of months ago or last month. Yeah. Just turned forty last last month December seventeen and how does your training routine? How does it differ from? Let's say like five or seven years ago playing still the same the speed footwork. We we still have that one in. But I'm Desmond, we different of it. Because it's not like before when you're young you can add overnight. You're gonna go cover that you spend on the day on. But sometimes it's hard to recover when you push yourself in the day training when you heavy when you don't have it raining sometimes gonna take over Tober night. So you need to enough time to recover and then Baco not to. With raining again. Yeah. Well, you're you're a machine out there from everything I've seen online and all the build up to the fight. Now, I want I don't want to bring up bad things. But I've bet on you. And I've been successful betting on you. I like betting a lot of money. Probably ninety percent of the time. I've made money off of you. But I and I don't want to bring up the the bad fights. But Jeff horn in Timothy Bradley now there have been questionable decisions in boxing history. But these were the worst these were among the worst ever, which one hurt you the most Jeff horn or the Timothy Bradley the first time, which decision will you more in shock over. Do porn department is the worst decision that was really bad because I felt like he came at you for twelve rounds just trying to head, but you didn't really land any punches. The crowd went crazy because it was in his backyard, basically. But at to to fact that I don't know how he had that score. How do the judges are you angry at the judges? Do you look to beat them up and not the female judges? But after the fighter you that angry..