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Fresh update on "barclay" discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Wrong? The school board that sent out that letter, linking parents complaints to domestic terrorism, they've now apologized for the letter. Now that is after Merritt Garland, the attorney general sent out a memo, advising the FBI to investigate these parents. Senator hawley is calling for garlick merit to resign over the memo. The memo that was triggered by a letter that the writer has now apologized for. It's all, so complicated. Big story. The other week on 60 minutes, Facebook whistleblower Facebook whistleblower, and the whistleblower said that Facebook tries to keep its users on its platform as long as possible in order to maximize profit well, duh, isn't that what 60 minutes is doing by teasing the story? The big bombshell story is that Facebook is suppressing conservative content. Article in The Wall Street Journal saying just that I did a video on it, where I talked about how she didn't talk at all about the big scandal which is the suppression of conservative content. Now there's been a confirmation for memos showing that Facebook has been suppressing conservative content. But first, let's start with vaccine mandate, shall we? There is a basketball player named Kyrie Irving. Who is refusing to get vaccinated, he has broken broken his silence over why he refused to get vaccinated. But the team says, well, it's not a league rule that requires him to be vaccinated. It's a New York City rule in the plays in Brooklyn. And one alternative would be to allow him to play on the road where I think only one of the city has a mandate for a vaccine. In order for a sports person to play, and if not in play, play home games, but the team says no, that would be counterproductive to team morale, so Kyrie Irving is simply going to be in that play at all. Not quite sure whether he's going to be paid, but a lot of his fans have been protesting outside of the New York City Barclay center. Here's.
Pro-Kyrie Irving, Anti-Vax Protesters Demonstrate at Barclays Center Before Nets Game
"Thousands of people who are fans of the Brooklyn NBA franchise stormed stormed the Barclays center to protest the vaccine mandate, preventing their star, Kyrie Irving from being able to play. So thousands were breaking through barricades uh oh. Insurrection anyone? NBA fans are livid, taking to the Barclays center where the NBA team, the Brooklyn Nets play. And letting their voices be heard in a volatile way.
Fresh update on "barclay" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I hope you join us 806 5 5 Mike. What do you make of Travis Tritt singing The Star-Spangled Banner in Atlanta Saturday night? What do you make of this huge reversal? Over gain of function research, Rand Paul now says Fauci's gotta go. And at the very least, I think doctor Anthony Fauci owes a whole lot of people a whole lot of apology. And what do you think of thousands of angry, Brooklyn Nets fans, storming the Gates? At the Barclays center, furious that their star player is in plain because.
Kyrie Irving will not play or practice with Nets until he's vaccinated
"The Brooklyn nets have announced that star guard Kyree Irving will not be allowed to play in any games or practice until he is vaccinated or New York City changes its vaccine mandate I'm in New York long Irving was not permitted to play in any games of the nets home arena the Barclays center without the vaccine but could play on the road he would have been able to practice at the team training center since it is considered a private facility however nets general manager Sean marks said the decision to ban Irving was made by himself and team owner Joe site and was based on what's best for the organization at this time Tom Marion New York
"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet
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"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet
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Conor McGregor and Machine Gun Kelly Get Into Fight
"Machine gun kellyanne conor mcgregor got into some type. A little scuffle on the red carpet. Nobody knew there was an issue between the two of them but security did have to step in and separate the two of them now machine gun. Kelly was questioned about what went down. Here's what he said. A little scuffle with conor mcgregor on the cover. What happened so he hit the mike and then You know mega facts. We're not allowed to talk about that. We're not allowed to say. Don't they said it's amazing. The as we're last night and with all the performances in the ward that were given out we start with the drama at the barclays. Well this is all before the awards. It we're trying to do whatever they said that They said kinda asked them for a picture and he turned down. And you got upset. That's what they were saying right so there's always going to get that mad
Saquon Barkley Close to Being Fully Cleared for Week 1 Showdown With Broncos
"Giants fans the big big news on this monday morning. Labor day is report from. Nfl insider ian rapoport that star. Running back saquon. Barkley of the giants appears to be close to being cleared for action on sunday against the broncos barclay of course slightly less than than a year removed from a major knee injury Came off the pup list on august ninth has been slowly increasing his workload going from individual drills to some team drills to apparently taking his first contact on thursday encouraging news for the giants. Obviously that it looks like barkley is on track to to play on sunday. Bit of good news in for a giants offense that that hasn't had a lot of that throughout the throughout the summer. Obviously barclays a huge huge difference maker for the giants giants are expected to monitor barclay throughout the rest of the week. Make a decision later in the week but it sounds like things are trending toward barclay playing on sunday. It'll be interesting if he does play to see what kind of workload he gets. Remember that the giants do have another game just five days later as they play the the washington football team on thursday night actually four days later so two games in two games in the space of of of really four days and then thursday. So it'll be interesting to see how much the giants actually use saquon if he does play on sunday but great news that that He's healthy enough to perhaps To perhaps take the field on sunday and try to help the giants. The giants win a game
Psychotherapist Esther Perel On The Importance of Navigating Workplace Dynamics
"Get into. Why do you work place. Relationships and dynamics matter like why is it important to start focusing on the interpersonal relationships. At work and i think more and more people are asking this wondering now that a whole bunch of us are working just like best over zoom over mace time locating relationships have always been important in the workplace but paying attention to them noticing dynamics understanding how they influence collaboration connection. Conflict resolution communication. That was often relegated to what was code. Soft skills and soft skills didn't seem to meet the bottom line and soft skills also were often seen as feminine skills and feminine skills could often be idealized in principles and actually quite disregarded in reality. What is changing is. The understanding that relational intelligence in the workplace is part of the bottom line. And why because the meaning work for people who work in debt economy as this does not cover the entire work. Reality is an identity economy. I come to work in order to develop in order to become a better version of myself is part of who i am. I'm in addition to a paycheck. It is part of development of the self. It is an identity project and for that mike connections to others to my managers my mentors my colleagues becomes the active context of my experience at work when relationships had work. Don't work well no matter. What is your remuneration no matter what is your promotion. No matter if you get free food or refused to get a gym you basically want sleep well and that it would surpass everything you know. Nothing will compensate for poisonous relationships in the workplace barclay. Also because for so many of us it is a central place for us for so many years. It is the place of our social life and our mobility
"barclay" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.
"The same cvt fantastic. Cbt's out there. Scott a strong evans space. But if one feels that one can use see bt because it's an evidence based therapy and just use it willy nilly with any patient without forgetting that that evan space refers to certain patient groups. That is a problem. And so i think the nuance of the way we discuss. These questions has to be more five minutes. Doesn't sound too political. sounds great. I think you know. Basically what i'm hearing you say is that we generally associated from dissociation and the more we can connect with that and look at it and be open to it to him and associated from the causes dissociation. We don't want to look at that. That's the the underbelly of society. In the sense of the way we behave with each other the shadowed. Yeah absolutely well on that note. Thank you so much. And i really wanted to let people know and give space to talk about the fact that you're doing an intro to dissociation which is open to everybody is a workshop is online on the workshop at the end of october last. Sorry about okay. So the link to books. Get in touch with gordon will be in the show notes and your say arab trainer as well so you're in an online uk timezone train training in i v september thinking. Yeah yeah yeah and of course in many ways a much ought to be doing that face to face and some people think. Well i'm going to wake face to face. I think surprising you want to create a real intimacy until the group. That's working during a training of the one hands on the other hand. If you do training skating you experience of working with dante. So i think there are advantages to taking training online at. It means you don't have to travel coming to glasgow's a wonderful thing to do. You don't have to pay for hotels as well and you can just collapse at the end of the day. So it has some advantages as well that day trading very intense experience. I think in terms of information in terms of working with all the people but also person process and it's a very intensified days but people often feel really energized by and the day off training. You're ready to use sierra. Couple of free supervisions. We're trying to create real support for people working in that way so it's a it's an intense but i think a crazy experience. I've encouraged anyone to covent. If anyone would like to know more about training please be in touch. And i will put those links and the show next and i just want to have reiterate what you said really. I did my. Crm training online and yet it was really it is intense. There's lots of information and it's like. Aw so do you see as well and so. Yeah i can. I can highly recommend it does give you the tools to go and then practice integrated into your practice straight away. So it's quite a big step may be in a way to training so so part of the reason for doing the introduction to dissociation days to create a bridge from therapy training. That's part of the reason for that but it's very generic training very relationship based and trying to them the history association but quite practical as well. So that's what that day will be fantastic all right. Thank you so much time gordon. Thank you great pleasure. And wishing you a great day of pink lasca. Thank you very much
"barclay" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.
"Left behinds can manifest in many many different ways Ads can aligned with very adequate functioning in many areas of life. And that's what absolutely fascinating and kind of whiz. If i put it that way the wisdom and dissociation is extraordinary subtypes and see some people that the severe end of the spectrum of social identity disorder who've had a fantastic family life. They brought up four kids and a really good job doing that. And you know maybe four but you think how did they manage to do that because they dissociate and completely pushed away. Incredibly extreme feelings that had they felt in fully all the time would be line. So it's because of that compartmentalization at extreme encapsulation in pushed away matter of feelings being too much to feel it's because they've done that and again when i say they've done that i'm not suggesting conscious agency. The mind has done extraordinarily weights. Because they've done that they've been able to offer function very highly in certain areas of their life for a long time. And with those extreme presentations. One sees what's going on very very clearly. But i think for all of us we do that to some extent and actually where we really get down to most of us have some aspects of experience have been deeply buried deeply pushed away and no way. It's quite hard to get to. It's very hard to get to that cognitively. And even if one understands that that understanding isn't mutative to use the technical the understanding itself doesn't change that so in a way that understanding has to correlate with experiential work where we connect to that level of our experience that has been pushed away that has been associated. We connect to that any way where. We're not going be overwhelmed but wearing a gentle safeway weekly connect to those previously too much to feel feelings without that experience being overwhelming whether.
"barclay" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.
"Place haven't experienced feeding siphoned off an working on creating new relationship experience. Something that's felt in the body certainly before thinking of doing any work with the pass before doing it. he remembered what before doing any processing. Because i think it's very important to understand. Remember that when there is very significant association the way the skyping it's that for recent the feelings that the roots feelings rift experiences which give rise to that dissociation have been pushed away because being too much to feel and i think that's where it has to be very careful with tour therapy and in a sense comprehensive resource model. Which is the therapy. Which i often use a rose in response to that understanding. And the some other focused therapies over that evidence based Evidence base refers to patient group. Which is very different patient group from patients who are suffering from severe vigil rent association and so evidence based though they are one has to be very careful using those approaches to treat melissa vigil because that could be rejoicing in other words. If one connects to feelings being pushed away for very good reason it just connects to them with iot that being in the right context that can be re traumatizing. What is in the right. Context means it means that as we're feeling what was too much to feel we're in a very different place and we're feeding safety with feeding.
"barclay" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Two hundred forty five years. We gave it away. Because it was hours to do so with it's time for us to reclaim it and take it back. But the understand the full path you have to know that freedom back in seventeen seventy six by the way when the founders of this country signed the declaration of independence they did so not necessarily giving us freedom but recognizing that the fact that we had it that it was hours it didn't come from a government they created. It didn't even come from the document. The declaration of independence didn't come from the constitution. It was oh man who gave it to us. Freedom came from god just like it does today see. The truth is and this is why kids aren't taught this anymore in schools. But i've read a couple of really great books on this recently. And i and i recommend some of them here in a little bit but freedom comes from god our true independence can only come from dependence on god. Freedom just isn't possible without him. In fact we see today a system and a of ways that is at risk possible collapse no mistake in fact there are a lot of people that want to see that our rights our freedom they come from god we can only give them away and we did so last year. I never thought. I'd see. And i had conversations with people in our state. High ranking government officials in positions where they said to me. I never thought. I'd see this day where people were begging for the government to take their freedom away in exchange for some sort of facade illusion of security. Keep me safe. Whatever you do at all costs. That was the cry at the beginning of the last fifteen months. So recognizing freedom doesn't come from government but it comes from god and of course our government is set up in a very limited way so the constitution does is it limits. The government's powers. It doesn't limit our freedoms we understand these things. We can understand why we see a situation that they were a system. Just doesn't seem to work at some points. Capitalism in its purest form certainly does we've proven that capitalism's under attack these days because what we've got now isn't pure capitalism in fact we out that moral fabric of our judeo christian values without the foundation we drift further and further away from god and the more broken. The system gets the worst it becomes. What's left in. Its wake is what we see right now this current mode of crony capitalism. Where it's really oligarchy. The few rich the powerful zeh joined the government. They they decide what goes for the masses. Matter fact i'm done with my free fifteen months trial you can take it back. I'm canceling because that's what we had all last year. The rich the wealthy the powerful the elected officials in making decisions about where you could go. And what you could do operating as one and that. That is what we're fighting folks. It's dangerous that's the system. They truly one one based on a current system of operation in a country. Not too far away where viruses are coming out of labs. Apparently i don't know. Are we allowed to talk about that story anymore. The latest from dr foul. We have some some updates on that to floss Some of the the craziness that we're seeing online and social media as government works together with private big corporation to do some of the scariest things coming up one man who's fighting back. He's been on the front lines of this with his company. You'll hear that story in bed as well Triple eight seven to seven. B. e. c. K. is the number. That's eight eight eight seven two seven back. You can join us. Be right back after this justin barclay and for glenn today on the glenn beck program anytime the check engine light popped up in my car. The i thought i always had was. How much is this gonna cost. The answer is always a lot more than you even think the towing the parts everything in between adds up and the grand total is steep with coverage from carshield. Don't worry about the check engine light anymore because when something breaks carshield will help protect you from paying thousands of dollars. They get expensive repairs. Paid so you don't have to you. Get to pick your favorite mechanic to do the work. Carshield administrators take care of all the rest and you'll get roadside assistance rental coverage and trip reimbursement at no additional charge whether your car has five thousand miles or a hundred and fifty thousand miles. Carshield has the monthly coverage options. You need that will fit your budget. Unexpected repairs always cost more than you think. But with carshield you're not on the hook to pay thousands of dollars get coverage today and see why carshield cars go. Further visit carshield dot com slash beck. Save ten percent now carshield dot.
"barclay" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"You thought leaders in marketing and in entrepreneurship talking about how to build brands how to execute those marketing tactics and strategies and today's no different on mondays. We talk to the thought leaders and on thursdays we come to you with some deep dive into strategy from me. But today's an interview day which i know a lot if you look forward to and my guest. This week is zali barklay. If you haven't heard of daily barkley that's zali. it's x a y l. I check her out. Zany barklay dot com. She's a visual content creation coach. What's that mean. That means if she creates a lot of videos on youtube and she teaches people how to do it and also if you have already gone down that path already creating videos. I'm already creating content. Well have you figured out how to create courses yet if not this is the episode to listen to checkout. My conversation would say lease we get into what it takes to make a video from top to bottom how you start. How do you finish in the things you need to be thinking about like clarity of purpose and mindset and and all that and all the steps that get you from start to finish and how to make a genuine impact in the digital space now. Not only is this conversation. I've been interesting from that perspective but also as foamy jump into a little bit of a how you develop a personal brand and the our thoughts on that and the value of that and another thing is are fun. Conversations led to me understanding that she has a new product coming out. If you guys haven't checked out her website you can also go to start shoot. Grow dot com. It's it is something we talk about on the conversation that you'll hear in a minute but i wanted to point it out because she is launching a new program in january on that site. Want you to check that out at should be around when this is launched in terms of the podcast If it's not up when this goes live make sure to go to the site anyway. Start shoot grow dot com to register to be on the weightless. Make sure you get a spot. 'cause she does have people who are waiting to get into classes so if you have any interest in creating courses in being stronger with your video creation. This is the episode to listen to and start shoot. Grow dot com is the place to get those lessons. You might need to just get it done today instead of taking six months doing it on your own without the coaching. You might need so hope you guys enjoy the call. I had a great time with sally. And i hope you guys enjoy it as well. Thanks for tuning in each week and branch dot com to make sure you are seeing all the new things that are happening joined the subscription lists for the email newsletter or. Go straight to your podcast provider. Make sure you hit that. Subscribe button so we know that you are getting new episodes every week. All right thanks you guys check it out. Enjoy brad all right. Let's get going today. I want to welcome our new frontier. The podcast family here on brands on brands brands zali barklay daily. Welcome to the show. Thanks for being here first and foremost thank you for having me. I admire what you do so much a likewise and feel like there's a mutual admiration there. You know i feel like there's something like i feel like i'm since i'm lead with podcasting times. Podcasters are jealous via craters. But i don't think video. Creators are ever jealous of podcasters. But i sometimes because actually like it's lake. Everyone is saying podcasting now. So it's like that's like. I can repurpose my things too that there's always that whole thing. How can i push my thing. They're exactly but when i you know we have a lot of mutual friends in common in the creator space and in the marketing space and he got me excited to talk to you about the power of video content. Because i'll be honest. I don't think i've had a lot of people that have focused specifically on that In in that space live streaming video creators. But not like. I haven't had sean kennel on the show yet. He's coming up that's going to happen. Yes but you know some people that are like actively topping video creation and how to use it or some excited to get you on the show and to get some of that out there for the listeners. Today before anything else. I'd love to hear a little bit about when you started posting video on social media like take me back to the beginning a little bit about like. Was it something that was. Just you like a video of you and your family thanksgiving like when you actually started creating for business purposes. So video really happened by mistake for me. I knew that i wanted to do video. Definitely and so back in two thousand nine. I had locks and so i used to wear my hair in that specific way and i just i wanted to start sharing tips on walks and how to take care of them and how to grow your here and i uploaded. My first video was in my bathroom. And i looked at it and i was like oh no girl this has to go and i deleted it and i started again in twenty fifteen and committed and i started sharing my locker in the third. Share makeup and body positivity you know just awesome stuff but what i realized was if i was creating i was already damaged so that was really everything happened by mistake and i realized that i was able to grow faster because i was in a niche and people were looking for solutions and so all of my social media arms were growing right. It was easy for me to grow. Because i was being that solution to that specific spot loans and if they don't get to see you on this right and what they're missing with the audience is missing here is like style is just screaming out jumping off the camera i i. I'm sure you play here style coming up the voice to for the podcast is out there but yeah like like she's got like fly hair like kick ass background like sweet close on. Everything's rockin right and so you're talking like you started talking about hair and in different ways to manage hair and and in that kind of thing and that started. You saw some uptick in that why started growing like crazy. People started sharing my contents lot. I would have like a community in the comments on like. There's something bigger to this. And so what happened is or was people love the quality of my content and they love him that i broke sayings downs. I started getting questions audio. And how do you do this by I can show you so. I started creating courses based on video content and i realized that if this worked for my niche then hello it can work or other. People signed twenty fifteen. I started teaching video all about video content. And i feel like it's so popular now i've been there for the journey of it and so that's really how i got started in get. You started to take it seriously like this could be something. Did you try to build a business in that beauty space like as a creator or is it like no. I think i need to be teaching. Because that's where my questions are coming. I think what really happened. Was the courses and that side of things really just superseded the beauty and then i realized as well the income there was much more stable because it was up to me so with youtube you can make money to google ads since and that waivers and you can also make money with bronze. But i just didn't want to leave my baseline in the hands of somebody else. Yeah i get that. I wanna i wanna hear about creating courses but i want to take step back about. Let's talk about video. In general. I like i think it's really intimidating for a lot of people out there too like not that getting on camera thing. I think people that's on them to get past and just try and start lending that's even the name. Your classes start is the first word and it starts you grow but i think beyond that i want to talk about the value. Like why should they put that working. What's the value of creating video content. What has been for you. What do you teach other people's the value in doing it. To begin with. I mean me. Return is just so it's insane you get on camera and if you have a business and you're using in your business you create trust so much faster than the person who is probably just writing blurbs online or probably you know uploading pictures like.
Personal Branding With Video Content With XayLi Barclay
"All right. Let's get going today. I want to welcome our new frontier. The podcast family here on brands on brands brands zali barklay daily. Welcome to the show. Thanks for being here first and foremost thank you for having me. I admire what you do so much a likewise and feel like there's a mutual admiration there. You know i feel like there's something like i feel like i'm since i'm lead with podcasting times. Podcasters are jealous via craters. But i don't think video. Creators are ever jealous of podcasters. But i sometimes because actually like it's lake. Everyone is saying podcasting now. So it's like that's like. I can repurpose my things too that there's always that whole thing. How can i push my thing. They're exactly but when i you know we have a lot of mutual friends in common in the creator space and in the marketing space and he got me excited to talk to you about the power of video content. Because i'll be honest. I don't think i've had a lot of people that have focused specifically on that In in that space live streaming video creators. But not like. I haven't had sean kennel on the show yet. He's coming up that's going to happen. Yes but you know some people that are like actively topping video creation and how to use it or some excited to get you on the show and to get some of that out there for the listeners. Today before anything else. I'd love to hear a little bit about when you started posting video on social media like take me back to the beginning a little bit about like. Was it something that was. Just you like a video of you and your family thanksgiving like when you actually started creating for business purposes. So video really happened by mistake for me. I knew that i wanted to do video. Definitely and so back in two thousand nine. I had locks and so i used to wear my hair in that specific way and i just i wanted to start sharing tips on walks and how to take care of them and how to grow your here and i uploaded. My first video was in my bathroom. And i looked at it and i was like oh no girl this has to go and i deleted it
"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"When they're there because it's a very particular reason that you're trying to communicate why we're on the back as opposed to as i'm sure you say whatever the thing is but i i know now in fact i never want to really have that. I just want to say this is the feeling i want and can you get the feeling to the director. I never wanna be granular. That way doesn't it was until dan. dan fogelman. Actually dan fogelman was really the person who i think clicked something with me about this. I didn't realize that. I had been honing the skill of tried to get into the skin of everyone until dan fogelman. Who just really. I makes it so easy. Do you know fogelman. And we've met. But i don't know he makes it so easy to understand. His were abused. He expresses it incredibly clear and show. Mrs. ostra on a different show pictures already joe that he created that. I directed the pilot up. And in that short time i realized that he is challenging me to be more fogelman and said that's what i've always been doing. These people i am. You're supposed to pilot is supposed to be the world that you create but really it's a making real the world that he has created. That's what that's that's the difference. And he went to the whole five manson one shot and i said oh my god. I don't think that's so buried man that's been done in our e to Is it really worth it. It's gonna take a lot of planning. It's jimmy baker guns for hotel rooms. He goes down. Elevator shows backstage. She does this whole ship. It's going to be forever. Dan do and also the pilot. They're gonna wanna cut this up. They're gonna see me. Pass each character. I'm you need lots of coverage and then we're going to cut the pieces. I'm going to do all this work for nothing. he said. I just really think it would be cool to do it. Don't you think it would be cool. So we plan to do with yasser to nita the dp and sure enough. It's not only great but it takes a lot less time today because we plan to move within an intimate sipe is only half a day. We shoot a couple of pops a covered there never used and i just learned to trust and you know from that point on fogelman. You're the king. I'm doing all right. Two more questions let you know i could go forever paris talking to you so i just want to be respectful of time so i'm just going to look at these questions who i think is most important. Okay one talk a little bit about why and how you decided it. Being a leader in the micro wasn't enough for you that you wanted to actively be a leader in the macro and and you know taking on the responsibilities. Dj which engaged you'll platform that now. Even though you're not present dj you are an industry leader and you speak broadly. And you're not just the statesman but somebody who come to guidance. Why did you want what made you ready to take that man's on and And watts it's my mother and you know my son just said it around his graduation time when he's talking when he was giving his final presentation which they call their capstone presentation. He said the same thing that i felt even more simply more eloquent. I grew up with a mother who had seven kids and a husband. Who is you know. Pretty much distracted and not a part of the family and worked in a glass factory and really wanted to become a social worker so as we got older she went back to college. She got her masters. She became a social worker. She's started working with the illinois department of vocational rehabilitation. Getting people who were out in the workforce. They were beds. They were people. Were coming back from addiction counseling. She did that until she retired. And god bless her. She's still alive at eighty five now. And when i saw that i realized i've always emulated which is it isn't enough to get yours. Getting yours is not enough. You know she said. I want to satisfy other people patched together their lives and do their thing so i started hanging around the dj. And i saw all these oatmeal. When i got there as robert wise was still alive and john frankenheimer. They were all part of dj leadership but they did not need the directors guild to help their career but they saw frankenheimer came up to me and said i heard the hbo wants you to move. You want me to call him. I'll call back. They better not mess with you. And i said that's what they're doing. The people who are established bear to protect the younger people. And at that time. I'm also getting abused on projects creatively speaking and i'm going to the dj for help. Unearth bad the film here and stop this from happening. They're just bad situations. And i realized this is really empowering when you're young and you and then i read about the dj and that's why they got together in the first place. They were already famous. Establish there were looking out for the next generation. I was very moved by so as part of the next generation. I hung around till i became the generation. That's working and now said we have to protect everybody else. And so we've really been since. I've been president in that time tried to expand the guild. It's a little like the academy. But i hope stephen to. You is a very incredible time period just I love him. And and just watching this together with really special and then handing it off to you. It was an incredible thing. Yeah it's but also. I know you took steven. Steven was the vice president. And then you were right before the national president soderbergh treasure which is in the east which is the highest. Taylor was the president. Then you were after taylor But anyway so..
"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Why shoot it with a kind of confidence moves the actors around. She just with confidence not arrogance and not and not control at of insecurity. Would i think a lot of people can learn the dynamic of this which is to be as successful as you've been for so long and what you do obviously have figured out how to make the people whom you sort of report enlist in your creative vision and to be able to go to them. And say and i'm emissions here. We have to work through it so how. You spreads occasional because we might as well because people have lasted this long and the podcast. They'd better learn something. So you're four things you have to do a successful director but specifically when you're approaching people who have more power on the show than you you have to Start with gratitude. You always start with gratitude and you always started. It's not like yeah. Look at people's acids saying what you're really grateful for. What's really good. Always start with that and if there's nothing good about a you're in you a you're stupid because you can always find something to love and be that's really important and is not just to disarm them but because that puts you in a different kind of position you're not coming as a critic you're coming to someone who recognizes you. Have an opportunity to work with them to do something and you are grateful for that next almost simultaneously humility. You have to come in knowing what you know. And knowing you don't know what they know too many directors come to us thinking they know buck and more about the show than you do or more about the care they don't so you have to come with the approach that hey i'm not sure about this because i you know perhaps this is. You can come knowing more than you know because you don't know it. And a lot of directors and other people make that mistake with coming with ego when they want to be sure and what they're doing is overstating where they really are. Humility is having that accurate appraisal of where you exist in the food chain only next simplicity. Bryant is not have time for a long winded motherfucking note. He don't have time for that. So don't even beating around the bush meandering again on microscopic and just make it simple. Just here's the thing. What if we did this. Have you ever thought about this. Did you guys do this for this reason or was it for this reason. Keep it simple. Just some people are afraid to just get to the point. Don't say can ask you a question as the bucket and yeah that goes with shooting to. I always say shooting. Keep it simple. You don't know what to do. Keep it simple. Let the actress do stay in the to shot. We don't know what to do. Just stay there. You don't you don't have to do something because you saw quentin tarantino movie hundred and did it then you can do it right no reason to do it. And then the final four pillar of authenticity you have to honestly commanded. I am fairly silly person. As you know brian i do not take myself incredibly seriously. That's who i am. I don't really anymore put on a cloak of syria. Acidy to deal with this. I just i just am hoya amstel respectful. And i still kinda give notes knowing what i know and i don't know all those points i said before but i also think you have to be real. You have to say hey for my family. The alcoholism manifest in this way. And that's different from your story and the orange gene is. That is at different for you. And i'm trying to figure out a way to just because i've sort of learned from what i've been through somebody else that to me is a more compelling way to give an talking about choosing their fights which was always one problem with that is it puts the word fight right in there and these things why for me. We shouldn't be thinking about the misfits necessarily right. Because why should they be fights but but but then when you're in the role of executive producer where you're helping the show runner you are the show runner you're helping the showrunner achieve their vision of the creator of the show you know. How do you tease out things across any profession. Actually tease out compromise. Meaning a true creative compromise compromise compromise your artistic vision and how you because at times the one feels like the other right to ego gets involved and you really wanted so. How do you tease that. Well as i like to say. I'm usually compromising fast. I can't faxed a batsman. I'm doing but but but come on man but there is a line right. You know you. You know the emotional effect you're trying to achieve in the world and has protect that from. How do you give you some sad. And sorrowful news bryant. I think it's very important when you are even as an executive producer dealing with the show runner that you make their show yes. This is how i can work with. Aaron story sorkin and kurt. Cider and ryan murphy. I don't make paris barclay. Show with joe and i know that and do not prison or not. I- refracted but i. That's not my goal. My goal is to make it more ryan murphy not to make it more paris barclay to use paris barclays skills to make it more ryan murphy or kurt sutter. I did shit and sons of anarchy that in the paris barclay world. Believe you me. I never would do. But i'm in sons of anarchy now. And i've signed on for this so i'm gonna make this sons ius is this shit needs to be. I want kurt sutter to be happy. When you split your focus you try to say. I'm trying to accomplish but paris at the same time that you know what ryan occurred or aaron sorkin one. That's when i think it gets messy and that's when ego gets involved now trying to prove something that i'm as good or that i can add you. You're only add in the making of what they want. More what they want bad is the you elevate what they want to be. More of what they lacked. Well that's why you're the best. I'm you are one of the very very best. Episodic directors because the show's feel like the kind of newcastle all trump. That show that obvious. Episode is on the three best episodes of nypd. Blue which is one of the best shows in history. And like you've done that over and over again. I think that's a lot of sense to me. Why liked in treatment because even though we had three show runners over three seasons sarah treatment i were the only survivors who actually made it through all three seasons of in treatment and i with rogerio garcia and then i think it was dan futterman and born well out and warm and the other version third year. I think yeah right. He made the third year so each of these people needs a different director. Like each of the actress who comes into in treatment needs a different director. So i had to figure out what people need. Rodriguez by far is the free for a director. He is the one who mostly who says go with it. I do it you know as you get to the other guys. They're they're a little less on that. Partly because rodrigue was also director so so then you have to adjust then you have to make the show they wanna make and try to bring yours. Talents to elevate a map. Is that something that you learned over time. Yes and did master it until last year. No but it's something you learned over time years ago but because people have these we all have these weird we all these weird works and i i can remember talks innocent. Antecedent talk to you about french over being like well for whatever reason they don't work in this kind of seemed for make and i remember going back and forth and of course years later article. Who fucking cares at parachuted french over. That's fine but i remember it and now imagine you would have been like if you don't like french over give you four other choices. I would be much easier now. A what i have also decided that the many many fights they used to have early in my career. We're not worth and they were very few fights. Actually i mean i. You made a good show just didn't happen. I'm like yeah but we were just a few types remember. There were a few times where it was just like also as a young person. I couldn't really articulate. I can fully articulate. Now what i mean is. I only like french overs..
"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Russo yet. Four guys right to jerusalem than than jimmy than mark. Paul gossamer whatever that guy's name and then referee round rookie schroeder and then mark gossamer whatever right so it gets over overlooked but for me when you talking with the musicality. Just talk about what you learned and what you brought. Don't just talk about what you learn. I want both what you learned. And what you brought. Nypd blue because to me milch is greatest brighter cheese and matt winer of my an arrogance. But of my time. I actually think milk just being honest. I think milton's the milton chase with the two best problem. I agree with you on that. But when i came. Nypd blue came to replace a director that had fallen out. And i came without an interview. Mark tinker just had spoken to someone. Rabat's chris chu lack on your career. Where were you in your career. You know maybe twenty episodes in. But i don er and identy are only because john wells had hired me to do angel street which was my first job ever and he did that based on madison. Knock you out coming full circle and other videos and i don. He gave me a shot. Director show called angel street which was procedural that he didn't chicago. That fail was robin. Givens pam gidley that was between china beach and the are and then he did yard and then he brought me back. She's in two or three a camera. One has to come and direct. Er i did really well. There love that show. You know it was in my wheelhouse. And then i guess chew had spoken to mark tinker martinez said yeah hiring because martina goes with his gut so he hires me for nypd. Blue and i come in. And i get the one script. David hasn't written what got was written by. David mills. a well went on just for people who know when onto hungry the wire so exactly back david mills was a writer who broke through the david milch sort of embargo on scripture. Nypd blue at the studio's insistence. They say we gotta have script that you have read you guys give up you gotta give another rider script and you can go on and catch up. And maybe you'll have scripts on time if you have an episode that someone else rights so david mills writes a script of stairs downstairs features a murder. It sounds it's berry milch in. I have to say you would not know. This script wasn't a military grade was so you don't think do apologize. They couldn't get on it blah blah blah blah blah. He did do the final ended of it but when he did the final edit of it he said descriptors really good. This is something i would do. He was totally happy with. And then i got the bath to bask in the glow of david mills and they hired me to be a supervising producer like the next season. Wow my robin left. And i became a supervisor producer. Then tinker and i did a lot of episode three or four episodes of season so we got to work really closely with milk and there is no writer on television that i have. I have a relationship with david chase. So i don't really know him. I do know. David and david was He's just a guide to me in terms of what he does in writing and what he taught me is. You must exceed people's expectations. You can't if it is what people expect. It is absolutely not good enough. A perfect example is. I know this may be my six or seven episode. There's a script where there's a lesbian lady and her partner is killed and the lesbian ladies being interviewed by sipowicz and she has no reaction to our partner. Who's lying dead on. The floor is still at this moment. She seems out of it and we think she the killer. This is very strange. He never intended for to be the killer. He hadn't finished the obser- yet right. Oh some lesbians on the crew were upset and told me to go talk today about it so i said i'll be happy to so i go and talk to david. David likes me. David looks where he goes then. He goes down to his writing room and lays on the floor and starts to dictate a revision of the scene. The scene where sip is interviewing her and her dead lovers there and he realizes okay. I know where the same this there's a point there. But can i make it better and so as these dictating it to the guy can't remember his name. Who's typing it. You just start striking things out. And he changes it so that she still has that. Same incredibly copacetic demeanor until a photographer that he introduces takes the sheet off of the woman's body to take a picture and then she starts screaming and then she started screaming and then ship which has to deal with her in a different way. He didn't want her to be a suspect. He knew that was a little bit of a red herring and he didn't like it. We said how. Can i take that note and just turn it into something. That's a magnificent and it ended up being a fantastic moment shocked. She comes out of the top. Basically right shock of the whole thing and you think in the c o. She's she's not bova and then she cops and it's like he's this is you're so brilliant because the scene now has this shape. It's it's an art. It's just like so you just blindly said something that i have to have a talk about this down to ask you so it's great. Which is you said so. I said sure. I'll go talk but the way. The dynamics television show were is not an easy thing. Like if you're listening to this you're not in the tv business. Well sure of how the episode you just go. Talk to the guy the pressure on everybody involved so great because of the time in the money and the expectations so the showrunner is in charge and the showrunner has to has been tried their very very very best to get it right. They have a vision. They also shorter. Milch also knows lit. I can salvage. He had an solve. This problem is not saying. I want to be fucking bother with right. Can you just talk about how you learn to manage those who are managing you. That's really this is another question. Never been answered and asked and all the interviews dutch well. I'll just mississippi with david. I'd everyone knew. David liked me. So i could i. Their debut was encouraging me to be a writer and he'd been reading my writing. He was inviting me to the classes that he would do sporadically variety so he knew that that was an aspiration and he was buried sympathetic to black people to other undeserved minorities and giving them a leg up in the business so it wasn't too hard for me to go and we're going to fire me. I didn't give a fuck. But the way to the served underserved minorities parasol not undisturbed or under served deserve like everybody understood what he's i represent all the undeserved really clear under certain but talk more. Broadly paris this is important. And i know he said no one asked this before. But no death of because no locator. A does what i do for a living so there is a skill to being a director who i'm working with one now. A young woman is going to be the biggest star director named is flowing mirant. She is magnificent director. she's gonna just explode. It's about to happen ira. If you can get are higher. Everything she's about to be the biggest. I think but i watched the way. She manages thirty four years old. She has the gift for jazz. The gift for being able to talk to you about what you're gonna shoot..
"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"I watched that collection of. I watched that collection of people in what that whole thing is like it is. It's a remarkable. There's no place like that on earth. I don't think exactly that offers that stuff going to yell at the end because i think there were better for theater and that's just a thing certain harvard people say i honestly that's that is well. Maybe it's sony. Gone always tells me. I should have gone to yale fit. Obviously you would just totally fit in it. Yeah well of course. That's how bad the whip poops where the crocodiles which we're like a b unit with. It doesn't even didn't you. I imagine boston and better for. I wonder if boston boston boston was was one of the most racist cities in america gave bash and like an worded in boston. Both while no in indiana gay bashed in boston. I was just coming out of a bar where the bar closed a gay bars orders in the wrong pro town. South boston got jumped by some kids beat with bat. I finally got to a cab. And the cabbie took me back to harvard yard and even though i was bleeding and i said i don't have any money to pay. He says okay. Just dropped me off and i thought holy fuck. My sister was right because it was. You know the time of busing. Nineteen seventy seventy four. Seventy five the busing. Such a big thing boston's berry you know charge. It is to this day as you can see the new mayor. So i mean the whole issue is right there so i didn't have a super pleasant time at harvard and a lot of it. I've kind of blacked out. Where they now. Because the city itself isn't a great place to you know the city of boston cambridge cambridge. It's a pocket you know. It's protected but boston. Itself is not a place i'd like to visit. How did that change your behavior While i didn't go out quite as much And i didn't go out alone quite as much. I am kind of little bit of a thrill. Seeker which is why. I keep doing all different kinds of shows. Even jeffrey dahmer shows. Because i do like the adventure of something new and discovering something and i've learned attain that here in my you know. Now many married to your. You're married a long time about late night. Gay bar closing in my life. But also that was the beginning of time when i was drinking too much college is when i really started drinking and my drinking was excessive even count. I mean we spent a lotta time to bark thirty three dunster street there and that was like my you know that was the time my brother died and my freshman year there. He was killed in an automobile accident. The oldest oldest guy my family and my father's namesake and that really ruptured our family. When i'm still at harvard. Bad break i think is one of the things that helped. Give me an excuse to really dig into the booze. Aubrey got to new york. I was pretty much drunk. When did you get it together. It took awhile took the entire eighties. So i'm working in new york and advertising as a copywriter originals account supervisor and then a copywriter at various agencies even the mingo jones agency which was like putney swope on steroids guiding jones agency remains and. Yes i understand. We've been named bob. The agency that i briefly worked at who was famous because they had ridden you. We do chicken right anyway. So i was working in all these advertising agencies writing musicals at night and drinking and coking and doing everything else i could in the club's studio area and you the saint york in that time area. I really thought was i was a great idea. I heard myself so badly at area. One night i really. I really did such stupid thing. One nine and area but all these one thousand nine hundred eighty nine that i got sober. Nineteen eighty nine and my husband is so bad. My liver was disbanded. My i had a hernia and incarcerated hernia. That used to push out for the game and lovers So i'm like a really bad shape. I'm not able to keep a job. And i just started this music video career. It's not no one's taking me on my music video partner that time joel. Hinman who helped create the company said. You really need to go to rehab. As did many other people. I love and so i went to rehab in nineteen eighty nine and i have not ed drink or drug since then i wanna talk to you about blue moon and i'm not going to just read the ad copy and i'll tell you why because this weekend i was up in the country a couple of hours out of the city and i was hanging out with my family and my daughter who's legal drinking age and i were a sitting around and having a really great conversation a night and Might have been playing a little bit ktar and there might have been a song or two. That was getting song and then I went rooting around in the fridge. And i found a couple of blue balloons. And i'll tell you something. The great thing about blue moon is that valencia orange peel which gives it the subtle sweetness and the hints of coriander. That it has makes it just the most refreshing and delicious beer really to me that exists. I do not balloon free though bloom people. If you feel like change that i'm open. I pay for it and i just love it and i sat around talking and laughing and i had a couple of balloons and just made the night but the thing that balloon is because it is so refreshing and crisp and not bitter. You can not one of those people who does the whole session beer thing. I mean it really can be a session beer. And i'll tell just absolutely love it. It goes great with food. And i guess best served in a glass with a signature. Orange garnish to showcase. It's beautiful hazy caller. I mean this night drank it out of the bottle but yes in the glass. Also fantastic and if you're not into drinking like a beer. That's not a light beer..
"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Be wary is but you can see from his rulings now. There's there's some wiggle room to reason ability. John i can see that too. I read every supreme court decision. I can see that too. And i read. I read the biography about him to which shed some light on it. But did you when you've got to harvard. Did you know the way that. Marc maron talks about saturday night. Live not hard to me like this incredible banging because of how it can change. It does wonder if does this for you. I mean it does sort of like level playing. I think always like when you say harvard. It stops a conversation sometimes. It is that way. I wish i would've gone to clamps. That's my one thing. But when i arrived my family drove me in our. You know woodie station wagon all the way from chicago to boston. Because i really couldn't afford fly at that time so i was driven there to harvard. And they're they're middle. Which is the old one of the oldest dorms ryan the arts they pull the car and we took all my stuff up five flights and i had this roommate who i. I haven't seen much that freshman year and the dna turned around and they drove back. They couldn't even stay overnight. They didn't have a place to stay overnight. Stay slept in the car. Just dropped just. I was drafted harvard this day for like an hour or two and then they drove back and they said by good luck and I was fortunate in that freshman year. I met some friends. I started writing musicals and plays and i became really good friends with arthur. Golden whose family you know was the family which i didn't know at the time that owned the new york times. Because he was arthur sulzberger gold and he became my best friend at that time and he lived across declined. I spent a lot of time. This ruben he introduced me to a lotta shit that i did not like stephen sondheim new york times. Actually because he had delivered to his room every day and and they're his friendship. And eventually weds. And i met his grandmother imaging so's bird. I saw kind of different perspective. And that's one of the things harbored. Does it takes these people who are incredibly wealthy and from very successful families and these other kids who they just they have the potential to change the world and they mix them all up and say. Good luck guys. Were just gonna classes if you wanna go. No i've seen as as you.
"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Because we're cheap so what we did was. We made around the way girl this video that todd takes on video. Yeah with a little bit of green grainstuff mixed in just for find. It looks really shabby today but it was fun to do these going down the street meeting real people who were background extras. of course. a great had a huge impact. It had again. It was the first video at mtv random shot on video. They didn't like it. They thought that looks cheap until the record blew up. They didn't play the video then. They had to play video but basically it was really down thirty. Probably caused fifteen thousand dollars of one hundred thousand the rest of the money. We put it into moms to knock you out. We built a little sad for his basement blah blah blah blah blah. So we have this change of plans so we say well. Can we dead photographers in black. And and just have the popular lights. There's a way we can build this thinking up we can. We can make the sunday and called graphic but it's all based on the exigency of the moment so it comes to shirt day and todd isn't bear. he's not there for one to three and a half hours and there's no we don't have cell phones in one thousand nine hundred really well. We don't have call them. We're trying to find him. He's not showing. I still to this day. Don't know exactly what he was doing. He was buried late. So we let the shit out of it. We spend time with stephen ashley blake. Who is the dp. Really lighting at practicing the mu now getting this dark look with the stand in with the hood on we wanted to have driven is slow because of the time we had we made more purdy so so then top shows up. He's not in a good mood which is good for the song and he performs it maybe five times. That's it and you with the music video. You'll do it a hundred times shot. The the sort of it's under the stuff the beginning i or did you do him doing the song we do that after we did the before we did just the little pops of him into the gym and his grandmother who is coming in. We did that after the performance so for performance wise. We had very little fellow than he was done. Didn't want to do anything anymore. He's he's not a diva but he was done with it. You watching through monitor. Paris what we. How are you watching the app. I'm watching through reminder. And i'm saying this looks great but i need some cuts. Yes i think you're going to write shirts. Want more time. He met while we're waiting for him. We did shoot the other boxers against white and we have grabbed ship. But it wasn't enough so eventually he's done gotten we're gonna get you know him pumping iron a little bit. We have like five shots that berry little film by six four canisters of film. We have to in mom's knock yet and it's black and white so as to be sent to alvis any which was a black and white lab think seattle to be guy comes back. looks pretty. You know okay By the says you ain't got enough film did say you ain't but he's He said this is inadequate. So i said well we'll just do the best we right and are you nervous about this biggest client and i am a little worried. It's not going to be great. But he then he sends the first cut and there's some cuts in their thirty seconds. Long and i say well we need to break that performance up the little babies. You ain't got nothing to cut to all you got the other side that's same bank so then you went the other way. You decided you wanted the other way. We just let things extend and we hope that people would buy it as we're sticking with the performance and we're not. We're not making this a super cutting video of the time at the time. Yeah i gotta see him see at the time. The whole thing posed miami vice was that you were supposed to do all these could the. Mtv cut cut cut cut cut. Cut cut are the people wouldn't want they didn't want to this. Stay with this amendment but here we are stay with the same image and then we answered that a little sepia tone. It's not actually black and white. It's actually a little bit sepia in the whole thing. And you know punched up the punches and blah blah blah and then. That was video because there wasn't anything else without and todd loved it he thought it was bucking brilliant Russell loved it. And i said okay. I'm not mentioned in anything right now. Because people love studio he goes out and does blow up it becomes. It becomes the biggest failure i ever did. When's best rap video and you get to grammy for todd and all this other show. I mean i think the billboard and mtv and suddenly i'm the guy who did moms knock you and then you know other jobs started to come from other people like bob dylan. I video for which is awesome. Which was one of the most awesome experiences of my life at risk yourself up to go talk to them. Oh i talked to him. In fact i hold the record. Apparently from jack road told me. I hold the record for keeping him on his set the long because this is after the traveling will berries where he had very famously laughed at some point they had the double it. He was there for ten hours both performing and he enjoyed himself. We had molly ringwald that. He'd asked where we had a pig his vehicle. Everything you want missiles crossed over and win it was really fascinating right because at that time the wrapped across over a lot of time. The iconography was different in the rap. The crossed over and it was popular. This was not very pop. There was no gentleness in this. And there was no sort of pandering and softening the edges of someone like l. Right and brutal. And that's what he wanted. He wanted to show that he could be as hard as anybody else because he'd started getting a little bit. We've lost ninety love. I mean i need love and stuff like that. Which was this other side of did. Did you have a moment in there when you watch the full thing after those guys that they loved it were you you recognized. Oh yeah this is great or did you. Not the next thing. How does your mind. Oh i didn't have only the next thing. But i did recognize and i've kept us with me throughout how lucky i am. I mean how lucky. I am that things just fall together more than they fall apart for me and how grateful i was that time that that was one of those times that it did. I recognize that that's not me. It's not my brilliant bear with making up some shit you know like i do. But it's not. It's about fortune in anyways and in this case the time the video todd being late stephen ashley blake lighting it all those things conspired that were beyond my control to make something great and that is the essence of creativity in the modern. Sorry i have to push back on parents. A lot of people stars and showing up. The pressure's rising. I've seen many people instead of using that time to focus on lighting using that time to fuck in. Lose it yell threatened. The canceled walked right. You because to have the focus and discipline of mind to say well. The only thing. I can control right now is the environment is gonna eventually walk into that. I think is in bad. Something and i wonder a kid from where you're from. Who found his way to harvard. Don't you think that a bit of the old elbow grease and discipline focus is something you bring to bear on on on what your you know your intellect which is extraordinary. But don't you think the discipline is part of this. And the rigor i do. Let's talk. let's get deeper minute about god. And it's sorta like this. There's a river. That's god and you you row but if you don't you don't go anywhere but you also don't control the river so you can row against the river and see how that works for me or you can roll with it and make your life a.
Goodrow Helps Lightning Beat Hurricanes 2-1 in Series Opener
"The lightning it taking game one of their Stanley Cup second round series with the hurricanes Barclay Goodrow beat Alex padel coverage for the go ahead goal with seven twenty one remaining sending the ball to pass the case to the one Brayden point opened the scoring with a second period goal on the power play for Tampa Bay before Andriy vessel Leschi finished with thirty seven saves that's a Leslie was out standing at times and like the hurricanes until Jake bean scored on a power play to tie it early in the third period game two is Tuesday in Raleigh I'm Dave Ferrie
DMX Immortalized by Family and Close Friends at Memorial
"I'm Julie Walker rapper DMX's legacy was immortalized as a man loved by his family and respected as one of hip-hop's greatest icons at his memorial service in New York Saturday his funeral is Sunday DMX's casket arrived at Barclays center on a monster truck accompanied by motorcycles dirt bikes and ATVs the rapper is known for his ruff Ryders anthem and biker showed up in the hundreds inside the private memorial Swizz Beatz nas Kanye west and Busta rhymes with just some of the big name friends in attendance in a touching moment DMX's fifteen children gathered on stage to talk and rap about their father DMX born Earl Simmons was rushed from his home to the hospital he died on April ninth after suffering a catastrophic cardiac arrest he was fifty Julie Walker New York
DMX to Be Mourned During Memorial Service at Barclays Center
"I'm Julie Walker rapper DMX is being remembered by family friends and fans this weekend in New York at a private memorial Saturday and a private funeral Sunday the memorial is at Barclays center in Brooklyn at four PM and will be live streamed on DMX's YouTube channel then Sunday at two thirty his funeral will be broadcast on the team DMX whose birth name is Earl Simmons died April ninth after suffering a catastrophic cardiac arrest he spent several days on life support after being rushed to the hospital from his home the fifty year old Grammy nominated rapper delivered iconic songs like ruff Ryders anthem and party up he also starred in films and was father of fifteen children Julie Walker New York
DMX to Be Mourned During Memorial Service at Barclays Center
"Be held in New York. Tomorrow. The memorial will be at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Lee family and friends will be able to attend because of covert 19 restrictions. The event will be live streamed for fans. Will be a private funeral for DMX after the memorial and a big bunny has gone to a baseball game
Public Memorial for DMX Planned at Barclays Center
"Public memorial for DMX will take place on April 24th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, just outside of New York City. The wrappers former manager confirmed the news to TMZ Friday. A private funeral is scheduled for the following day at a local church. Mexes. Real name was Earl Simmons. He died in the hospital on April 9th following a heart attack.
EU regulator reviews AstraZeneca shot and blood clot links
"Countries temporarily suspending the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine over concerns of blood clots, Despite some experts, saying the Benefits of taking that particular shot away the risks. One Wisconsin doctor says the decision is ultimately about keeping people safe. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond says most epidemiologists who have looked at the data Express this wedding, including strokes in people who've gotten the vaccine is no higher than you would expect in the population at large, even explains the information that may have alarms. Some of the regulators in the European countries pursue cases were and how Care providers who are under 50, so they might fall in the category of not really being expected to have a clotting problem. Eliza Barclay
Your Daily Stock Market Briefing
"Futures down, 49 point, says two B's drop 11 NASDAQ futures declined by 47 US. A 10 Year old at 1.44% Gold is up five and Shanghai felt 1.2% overnight. Well, European markets are in the green this morning. Backing US on the economic front of two o'clock. Feds Daily speaks to the Economic Club of New York after the bell last night soon, Video reported. Shares are up 9% pre market and regarding earnings this morning target beat estimates. In other news, Roco files herself to a billion dollars in stock and wrapping things up. 80 T was cut to underweight at Barclays Down, Hank raised overrated Wells Fargo. And zoom video raised overweight over at Piper Live from the first to pick a new status combo
McElhinney leads Lightning to 3-1 win over Hurricanes
"Curtis Michael he stopped thirty one of thirty two shots and got an assist on the game winning goal to steal a win first Tampa Bay Lightning who beat the Carolina hurricanes three to one Thursday night I got a hand for guys I thought we hung in there and you know we got a great shot to get that second goal and and then we hung on for the for the most part but you know huge two points for everybody in that restaurant tonight the hurricane struck first with a pretty place started by Sebastian aho feeding a streaking Jesper fast who threaded a cross slot pass to Brett Pesci for an easy shot past mackel Haney but that would be their only goal of the game despite outplaying the lightning for much of it Tampa Bay managed to even the score in the second McHale circuit Jeff getting his first of the season and Yanni Gourde went top shelf to beat James Reimer for the game winner Barclay Goodrow added the empty netter late in the game Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Colton scores in NHL debut, Lightning beat Hurricanes 3-0
"Ross Colton had a goal in his NHL debut and I'm very vast Leschi stopped twenty five shots in the lightning's three nothing shutout of Carolina cold put Tampa Bay on the board on his first career shot on goal during the second shift password when this guy would be I kind of blacked out right after the the play but from what I remember I think you know we had a good offenses on shift gone before that and kinds try to fight to get to find that and you know heavy wheeled around there and kind of just put in front that's Leschi had his twenty second career shutout and first since March twenty twenty against Montreal Blake Coleman Barclay Goodrow also scored in the third of four straight games between the two teams Alex padel coverage may twenty five saves for the hurricanes after shutting up the lightning in his previous start I'm the very
The Case Of Nicholas Barclay
"Three years and full month earlier. Thirteen year. Old nicholas lie left. He's family san antonio home in frustration with a reputation for being troubled. Pain nicholas frequently skipped school and when he did attend he was often in trouble for being disruptive he's home life was equally unstable single mother. Beverly dullah was a high functioning heroin addict who worked seven nights a week at a local donuts door to provide for her family. Nikola softened lashed out at beverly heating and cursing at her and the police had been called out on a number of occasions to breakout arguments in an attempt to control nicholas outbursts. Beverly asked geraldo son. Nikolas brought by jason to move in having jason dair initially diffused tension between bedi nicholas. But as tom went by jason who was in his early twenties and also struggling with drug addiction came caught up in the family. Fighting dare arguments could be heard from neighbouring properties on june thirteen nineteen ninety-four nicholas decided to blow off some steam. After a fought with these mother bus shooting a few hoops at the local park. He had a law on his mind. He already had a juvenile record and was due to faces sentencing. Hearing the following day this was to address a racing event in which he had broken into a convenience store and stalin a pair of tennis shoes. One possible outcome of the hearing was that nicholas could be placed in a group arm a prospect that greatly distressed him before nicholas left pressed the fog dollar bill into. He's hand her only instructions with him to be back home for dinner shea then retired to bed to sleep in preparation for her not shift. That work light that afternoon. The phone rang at the house. Jason answered was nicholas asking if these mother could pick him up from the park. Jason told nicholas that beverly was still sleeping and he'd have to walk time nicholas. Barklay never made it home for dinner that night the next morning following not shift at the donuts door. Beverly reported nicholas missing to local. Police nicholas had a history of running away from home and the offices were initially unconcerned by his disappearance. They speculated that nicholas was avoiding he sentencing hearing and reassured beverly that he would likely show up after a few days as he had done in the past. Beverly couldn't shake the feeling that something more was amiss. Shea and nicholas is older siblings jason and sister carey when about the neighborhood putting up flyers and knocking in the hopes someone had seen the blonde haired blue wad slim. Tain police interviewed beverly's baugh who told of the many arguments shea heard coming from the house particularly after jason had moved back in with nicholas and his mother wakes passed with no lades. Nicholas's disappearance gained little media attention. He's family felt that authorities had minimal interest in trying to locate the missing tain diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and naturally trusting of strangers. Beverly thought that nicholas smart have accepted a lift home with an unknown person and met with foul play. She spoke of her sons loving nature. Anyone who would listen hoping to sway the local perception that he was unruly teenager. She remembered how affectionate hey could bay and thought about. He's taught warm hug often three and a half months off his disappearance a small glimmer of hope that nicholas barklay was alive and well presented itself. Jason was returning home one afternoon when he saw nicholas trying to break into the garage of their low set modest brick family. Time when nicholas court saw jason Disappearing down the straight jason. Find the local police and an was dispatched to the house Hey conducted a search of the premises and the straight blocks surrounding time but could find no sign of nicholas despite this promising laid there were no further sightings and the case turned code as the months. Dis went by nicholas. Family came to the conclusion that he had most likely died. Had he been alive they were certain he would have reached out to them.
Gov. Cuomo Says Large New York Venues Can Reopen Feb. 23 With Testing
"In New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is allowing big sports venues and arenas to reopen to fans. Hockey, basketball, football, soccer, baseball music shows performances any large arena can open on February 23rd the nests of signed on the play The Kings of the Barclay Center February 23rd 10% capacity. You've gotta test negative to go to the game. Masks and social distancing are mandatory seating will be spaced out. Citi Field is open now is a covert vaccine mega site. Queens residents prioritized also food service workers and TLC taxi and limo
Irving Scores 39, Brooklyn Nets Cool Off Los Angeles Clippers With 124-120 Win
"Nets made the trade to get James Harden. The obvious question was whether the three stars could co exist seems to be working hard and not taking nearly the number of shots he took while Houston, but he's doing what's needed Last night. Triple double. Kevin Durant scored 28 points only missed two shots and Kyrie Irving Porting 39 the next week. The Clippers at Barclays 1 24 to 1 20. The Nets have won five in a row with Hardin on the floor. Celtics wanted Golden State a win for Utah. That's 12 of 13 for the
"barclay" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Beat up on the boys, so it's it's it adds to the sportsmanship the competition. We're GONNA talk to Neil Tomorrow. Because of course not only did he have this mayor getting up in the grade one but one that came back so smashing LII in the Wilshire and She's sort of the. Kind of in that the same mold as You know as this year's three year old. Likes like a sweet Melania and a and a decorated invader twin that. As, she pleased. Under Flavian Pratt. On on Saturday, looking for always fun to get Neil as they call them, let's get to the Belmont Joe. The ACA is us, and you gotTA. Follow Joe. J., BIANCA TEDIUM AND I'll send out links to both the written piece. We referenced that the beginning of the conversation with Joe as well as the video that was so beautifully done. Joe Tis the law. We just talked to Barclay me preceded you, and this is such a nice story for all the all the right reasons. Oh, yeah, one hundred percent it was it really was like a fairytale ending for variety of reasons first of all obviously the new. York bred thing one hundred thirty eight years in New York bread, and won the Belmont after all that. New York's been through for the last couple of months that was a storybook finish but also you know the the unfinished business for Barclay and for ACA Toga now the first year that I followed. Followed, racing was two thousand and three and funny side was you know really spoke to me as a underdog as a as a gutsy? Yelping is a New York Brad like he just was so easy to root for, and you know that really kind of got me hooked on racing that that Derby and preakness around and I was I was heartbroken and I think a lot of people were when he was beaten in the Belmont. And it was, it was It was unfortunate. Obviously, it was a terrific performance by empire maker but I. Think a lot of people latched onto. That horse was kind of similar smarty Jones the year after where it was just you know the the devastation. Thinking you're going to see a triple crown for such a likable horse have been having it. Be Over in two and a half minutes so I thought it was great for them that they kind of got that. They completed the triple crown. You know what however many years seventeen years later. That was a great story and he's just he's. He's a super likable horse. Manny Franco's super likable jockey, maybe the first jockey with braces. To win triple. Racing!.
"barclay" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"barclay" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Tony Good Morning I caught part of the show have been driving home I got leave guide on six this morning I mean the word good job yeah I'll tell you one thing that ninety five almost one survey ca quit using ninety five my husband works parks and he lives in Yeah I'm not doing it anymore if it ain't a traffic jam it someone's like someone's got one driving doctor called the accident and believe it or not it ain't me driving like ninety five when they only used to have one bridge crossing into that area and that was the Komi Almira rich then they built the betsy Ross Bridge I used to go to liberty valve that way little surprised that you miss going there live to the races from where you're coming from because ninety five is definitely a message Yeah I just coming up from center city and we were shocked at that was the one o'clock in the afternoon and bumper-to-bumper we sat there for like took us like an extra I don't know almost an extra at least twenty twenty five minutes then it should have come in from mm center city but Tony Guy got to ask you because you certainly overlapped with vinny blanks and I'm wondering I thought began to ask because you know his time in Maryland and the mid Atlantic after You know he he gravitated down from New England and I had a feeling you might have written a few winners form you know he was Kinda Guy Shift towards if he was at Suffolk is just a man to wherever he might WanNa raise that particular individual the one something that everyone always start or felt about any bland was yours is randomly was competitive and it was a well respected worsening whether table itself a down rocking am whether he came to Berlin a some time periods where she adores into Keystone Philadelphia Park the usually shift in and it was a competitive spot for this to be I can't remember any one particular horse I know I wrote a horse and two for him but you know what when you ride for different people and you're not stable we're there at a lot of times it's source that you ride you don't relate so much to being the drain or knowing Ainhoa you might know him by name or he'd be shipping in but I'm not very many jobs that did rights it wasn't always get Carl Gander Dalo and you know your top doing writers he's shift in and he named writers were doing I'm good enough to meet his expectation but he was a class act from everybody's remembering him and you know what there's a kind of guys chose maybe not you guys like me you're getting and there's been two years and the other names that were prominent when you were in heyday career Mike yeah the they'll never be forgotten yeah no matter what they were doing and re in years they won't be forgotten for what they accomplished in the years that they participating participated in the great sport of racing. yeah then of course I mentioned this morning one of the overnight pieces of news was the passing of of Chili Sherwood Killingsworth Out West and ninety three and and ninety and it's there's there's certain certain stories certain moments with you lose people like this that are probably gone forever over a some degree I mean the oral history what's what's amazing is how the the oral histories come pouring out about you know about guys and I I was very happy to have gory Smith on on on the news of these passing but I've also subsequently been hearing the stories from Winfrey even Gary Young Gary Young chimed in with a with a note on my facebook page after the show the other day and he was talking about how would video flags told you to bet a horse You went you went and got all the money anybody owed you because because it was a signal to the you know that you were we got healthy you know what those guys they had a a remarkable way of getting a horse ready and knowing one's the performance was just around the corner and of course you know when you raised it some of these you know the minor racetrack thank you know you weren't always stabling New Yorkers major race in California part of your livelihood maybe didn't depend on but your livelihood was supplemented by being able to know when or she was going to run its peak powerful race and you as the trainer jockey for trainer the opportunity to that issue shuttle and take some cash money from the window you know I remember medication you know we're a joke would be riding and you know they would be really down with the trainers money the owner themselves and they might come up to stretch and maybe you were an obstacle in their path and you buy audio Hey Jack Space Myspace me Jack I got me money that is that a fact and it was only open up it wasn't something that they were asking for you to do something to yours they were just asking for a little room so they could cash tickets keep the train happy oh echo catches tickets and the owner happy so it could cash his tickets and it wasn't on an everyday occurrence it was a common courtesy and it might be repaid somewhere down the line to you by that job for some other jobs but you know it wasn't anything that wasn't above board not as the job take a whole you know my money back it was Gimme some room got no place to go the you told that story that's that's one of my favorite stories years about you know about the you know the odors saying you Tony She's ready in where we're all and make sure you don't get any trouble you know and then you what did you say AH trouble I it wasn't it wasn't a common occurred but it was something that happened and every writer to have is out there that had a you know a horse that was at it is and I say you don't always find yourself in the most advantageous position in the last five sixteenths or three sixteenths or quarter mile of the race and you have to ask someone we give me some room and they gave you something room you never forgot it because you make some trainer and owner and some walk very happy that particular day because as I said you know when you're especially when you tracks were you riding three eight thousand dollars beaten claiming horses were twenty five hundred and three thousand dollars raises Volvo race drag I think the last race they won their well no the race before won the last race I won there was a two thousand dollars that was two thousand twenty five hundred dollars cars and then I wanted to be stake that day it was a steak that they used as a threat to the marlborough nursery and I finished in a dead he would Tony Aga- Nello and we let the big purse of fifteen thousand I mean that was this steak at some of these strikes and that was Marlin raising Marlboro Racetrack and you had twenty five hundred dollar pods now John gets twenty five hundred and it was just you know claiming race twenty five hundred we we raise for a stake races when I was in my hey hey let's say an average was forty five thousand and one of the big ones with the custody of the structures of change of course everybody's expenses that change but they're big courses out there now and Jackie's get you can't owners and trainers to appreciate those purses but then you look at these words sales and you look at the cost of these individuals everything is going up here sure the person's going to live in going up everything around is going up and and really need that money who makes us good women who jockeys families trainers you know and it's a highly competitive this not just highly a physical athletic event highly added that that's important as the physical well and we've talked about it before you know particular league went we when you see I was the call what it is I mean second tier second tier riders at at any track it doesn't even have to be doesn't even have to be an eight track and I've asked you this before I mean how how guys can make a living because you know you see some of the statistics and yeah they're they're working hard in the morning and you know they're they're getting some get some workout fee augment their work in the afternoon but I mean it it is got to be hard and particularly that's a for for a variety reasons whether it's whether it's physical issues taking a toll and writers you know looking kind of on the on the wane and their career or you know guys that are perceived as just not not a a a Goto doc it's gotta be gotta be very hard yeah you know you have out there that are really struggling to make a living and of course all your work in the morning is Grad you go out there you Gallup forces that used to be used to just work horses now you see jocks out there are different racetracks and lobby rates jogging on the wrong way they're galloping them it ain't they're not just going out there working for blown them out for the race so it's a highly competitive deal when it comes to you know jockey and drying generate business and get a new business I make statement you know and care by either a dime a dozen I was a Jock I made me still but you had a diamond dozen you know what there's there's a sense of confidence that riders give writing to certain trainers you know whether they've had long term relationship with them or just say no they're history of that drain or know his reputation and they wanna ride for you know you the same way trainers and owners I wanNA rider that wins races they always get exactly who they want but you just hope your name as jockeys on the list when you were talking about me gay he sources around there's one thing and you hit it right on that she'll go now that any problem adjusting to whatever he feels the racetracks going to be whether it's reader scupper any place he goes and chips you know it'd be has work that he's aiming for specific rates or you know readers got raises or stake races you WANNA drain that according to what he knows that or has to be in the day he runs at that particular travelers between Anita and they have the mindset Oh years over the years well saying Anita's using bad racetrack boop boop and how has it changed because of the circumstances that they were down you know they changed their racetracks well it's no secret and guys like in our up-to-date on that and he'll send Code on or whatever it is any Horsey yes to run it'll be over there in good order you can guarantee that and many of you drainers top ones are just guys that have nice horses aren't considered you know the twin year drainers Tabatha of and all these other names that are out there they they seem to know you know what they're dealing with when they aim horses would major stakes you know whether Kentucky Derby the three you know Valmont those races you on those just got to train your horse according to what you really has to do in Kentucky and you because I have a lot of time to conditioning and changing from preakness Belmont so you train your horse according to where he's doing well what you think the Churchill downs drag is going to be like and you go from there with breeders you know today that you you're gonna be in one of the two of you the day of Friday Saturday and you're going to art the Gloria what do you think Santa Anita is going to be.
"barclay" Discussed on FT News
"And then after that, obviously wants the persecution cases finished the defense case will begin and again that could last some time so he could be six months with his trial. Just one final thing than Jane us. He as I said you covering the banks at the time, the Qatari investors that came in with their multibillion, bailout full Barclays, what was in it for them really setting aside, the alleged payments of inducements, why did they invest in Barclays? And of course, they invested in quite a few banks right across Europe at the time. Yeah. I mean, I think the trials hood some evidence that Barclays was an attractive proposition for the Qataris. But obviously, the Qataris are not part of the case nobody from the kettle investments investment thority is giving evidence in the trial. And you've got to basically remember that the Qataris with the purchases here, they didn't have the disclosure abbreviations that Barclays had dinner they're not on trial here. But obviously, they saw the Bank has a attractive proposition in this. Two thousand and eight banking crisis. And I think it is to be remembered the at she sunny. This was true just before the trial started when I checked it costs remain. Barclays lotta shareholder. They've been through ups and downs of a sin. Suddenly just like that positions in other banks in Europe, not least torture Bank. But. That is another story has we have reports many times people on thank you both very much. That was Patrick Jenkins financial editor talking to Caroline Benham financial regulation. Correspondent and Jane Croft are low coats correspondent will be back with another niece feature..