21 Burst results for "Begley"

"begley" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"begley" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Nine hundred seventy five the not and and bob reports. I became friends and jeff bridges. Lots of other good people who worked on that fine film. Yeah yeah and you know your dad passes and seventy right so your first one of your first opportunity. I believe it's the first coast with the very iconic. My three sons. Is your dad really proud of you at that point. Ed is when he sees his own son. I mean i'm sure you thought it was more success than actually was i mean i i look at it. I think it's phenomenal. But what was your dad's. I've heard you talk about this. But what what was your. He must've been I think he was but he tried to. Keep a lid on it if you will. Because he had had a bad experience with much older brother. Tom who had worked with him in vaudeville and at some point tom set to. I didn't really want to be doing that work and bought bill. I didn't want to be an actor as a young man. You made me do it. And i wanted to be out playing ball with my friends with the guys and so my dad went well. I won't do that again so he certainly didn't push my sister and i sister who's loving months older and we both want it to be actors and so my dad said. I'm not doing that again if you guys want to go do it on your own. But i'm not gonna help you and have you resent later. Good luck with it. But the truth is i'm to be honest. Even though he did overtly help me. I know just being his son help i mean why else would. I got an agent to get that art. My three sons Got that because not only had begley son but he knew freddie court directed that episode of my three sons. I don't know to this day. Maybe called up threat threat to court. If it said how did he do and read. He was okay. Said it'd be great if you gave him the part. I don't know if that happened but might have you know right. I think he was happy. You certainly seemed to be happy when i was doing it. And he i think he pretended to have no role in it. But i think he might out of secret role there. I that's something i've i've thought about. In recent years. I think it might be so And one of the things. I i really came to realize ed. From from researching your life is how successful of a comedian. You work on especially with michael richards. Dow the seventy s. I feel like we're a blessing for you but also some scary times at moments talk about michael richards and your stand up career a little bit. If you don't mind..

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Nicole Begley: What Every Photographer Should Say to Their Email Subscribers

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:50 min | 3 months ago

Nicole Begley: What Every Photographer Should Say to Their Email Subscribers

"Today's guest is us based and specializes in pet and equine photography before professional photography in two thousand and ten she spent thirteen years working as a zoological animal trainer. She's also the brains behind haired dog academy a platform for pet photographers to improve. They crossed and grow that photography business and the author of the book and equine photography for. Everybody i'm talking about the lovely nicole. Bigley who has appeared on the podcast episode. Two hundred and seventy three where she shared how to generate leads and terrific styles from solid. Now we were recently exchanging emails and the topic of leads. Email marketing landing pages and thank you. Pages came up. And how important for anyone doing business online. I asked if she'd be happy to come back and share her thoughts on those topics and she said yes. it's on rat tabby with us now nicole. Welcome back thanks for having me back to be here. I always love talking business with you. And i know you so switched on and what i love about and your photography academy and you business is that you're actually still shooting as well to photography still play a big part in your life now the photography's not as centers. That used to be. But i do still take clients. Mostly i mean to keep my foot in and know what's working and what's not but also still to have that creative outlet like there's nothing i love more than seeing a big piece of my work printed on a big wall piece like it's just it feels my soul so i keep taking a taking a few clients here and there for that knows and obviously spending a lotta time on hair. The dog academy and you'll using marketing and advertising strategies to build that. Are you applying those tactics to your photography business testings. Yeah yeah so you know. As i accidentally kind of ended up diving into this online education space about five years ago. You know. i've been learning so much about marketing and how to run an online business and so many of the things are so incredibly applicable to photography business. Even though we're kind of quasi online as a photography business because we serve a local market and were meeting people in person but we don't have a storefront many of us and even if you do have a retail location people are going to your website. I and the way we're marketing as often online even a physical location. You're still sending them somewhere online to make that connection with you so really. Online marketing and photography businesses is really pretty critical. Yeah i guess you could say we're service base online business almost. Yeah yeah absolutely. Yeah because even again like i said even if you have a storefront retail location. You're still doing that marketing. They're not coming in the foot traffic and figures not coming into your business. You have to do the marketing to get the traffic into your

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Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

07:49 min | 5 months ago

Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'

"An exceptionally good movie out. There now called the united states versus billie holiday and my guest today. Andrew day is playing billie holiday in such an exceptional incredible way that she's already got two nominations from the golden goal actress in a drama. In best song you know. So what more is there. come on. let's go out and sell them. I like iraq is gonna drama cly waiting to make that joke for like a week. I hear under that. You just desperate to play billie holiday. Dismiss this what's it. You had to go begley daniels and say this is my part as groveling at his feet on what i want all my life getting acting for all my lack of what just never never so yes. Deadly the exact of that is what happened. I'm just terrifying. I had not acted before other than in high school writing middle school like musical theater. Some plays but i never acted before as a major motion picture leading a cast. It was the idea that to me was like unfathomable unanimity at n ridiculous. Actually to be honest. I was like this is a terrible idea so now but i met with him and his he was thinking the same thing he like now. I really don't to preserve his role in so we didn't want to win a perfect meeting. Yeah it was amazing. Actually i know want you. I do not want to do this part anyway. Why don't we just sit here. Should be here these orders and we can go home so it was interesting. We bonded because we both were like. This is a terrible idea. But i saw him a desire to authentically. Tell billy store. In as a fan of billie holiday that was part of my fear is that i'd be staying on her legacy. that'd be stay on a great. Diana ross's legacy lady sings the blues or audra mcdonald on broadway. So i think we both saw. He was worried that he would also be that in casting me in so so we both had a great fear to overcome together. I think really for both of us. I mean through face into a lot of hard work and and and a great team right at gargantuan effort by our entire sort of ecosystem of people in family. you know we got together. We dove in. We move to get her here. We are win injured. Did the fear goal way Fear number one. Which but what happened was that i was uncomfortable and i was scared being but i had piece about. I had a piece about my purpose. Does that make sense. You know so was muscle. I was terrified. But i started to sort of feel my spirit. I try to stay. Spiritually grounded connected. I started to feel that. Okay just i was just reading. Certain things in has started to feel okay. I think i'm supposed to do this. I think this is something i suppose to say. Yes to i am. I actually read a scripture about being caused to face your fears doing act great faith and that's when i know care have to do this so i was still scared but it was one of those things that was like okay. You're gonna have to actually face it in a recumbent. Can you remember that. I seeing the did whatever that day was like where you're actually being billing. What did he was he gentle with yuli daniels and not starting with some. We actually very well. His the first day in the very first scene was gentle and our industry with natasha. Who's obviously incredible veteran actor writer like she knows this process from the top down so i was blessed that my first thing with her lee was extremely tender with me in two the entire process. You know so. It almost didn't matter with see we started with he had such care unanimity. But we did start. It's latasha leone is too little. The bank of holiday walking through central park in enemy talking about in his ability never jail talking bar tabarre card demand that she's dealing with stating from her. So it was. It was a little restricting through the park with the dogs. You know but it wasn't easy in the sense that it's technically my first day of shielding ever so that air ejector a by can't walk through parks sizably talulah bacon back and then the very next scene was actually her and i just making out in jewelry store so it was great. Second you know. Joe right in with lynching sexiness his first week little stroll in central park. That never happens again. Naked in front of strangers. That was gonna ask you before. I we talk about billion and the connection that that the two of you have of that night before you went to work the next day. What kind of a good night's sleep did you have. I'll regularly so. I really didn't sleep that i i'm not a. I'm not a sleeper. That's skill in the talent. I have not yet developed. Maybe somebody can hire me to be asleep. Let's see if some miracle pops out of that. That would be great so you know. It's interestingly enough people. Ask me what scene i struggled with the most non my okay was very emotionally challenging with a cenex. Struggle with divorce was in the hospital. But they're like billy's sleeping dislike. Relax a little bit like you just sleep Get closure is billion now. I there was no sleeping before going to set. Did it help you all that you have this wonderful musical career that you've been on stage in front of people. It's not the same thing as acting but in a way it is known as a singer as a musician. You have to feel everything you have to make it. Look like it's rolling off a lock that this is it. You can be confident than within the confidence. You can be inspired. He ended up at all. Yeah i think it did excellently. I mean you know one of the things my acting coach thomas which say she's like you know when it comes to acting. She knew how just terrified was she said it is. They are different but it is sort of the same. What she she calls. We ought announcing Chapman tuna says. Okay you know so. I think it did help in the sense that i know what it is like to go onstage. I know what it's like every night. The pressure before you go on stage the need for audience to love you for them to be satisfied for them to feel your love them. And i understand the washing process that once you're in it and you're in the music in your is i look at it as sort of a washing kind of cleansing a healing. Because i think that's it. And then i understand the feeling actor a performance of like. Oh my god that went so great or everybody's loving it select or arable like oh my god i i never wanna perform again. You know what. I mean. So i understand. Bill got sort of arca the most. There's so many permutations that yeah there is. It's it's definitely an entire roller coaster that you go on before gain state while stays in after you get on stage so we'll could save you years of therapy. You

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"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:34 min | 6 months ago

"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"That this three point shot is real right like where they're gonna dare you sometimes in like last night when the clippers dare do. You're like all right. I'm taking it and you made them pay. Oh yeah that's fine. That's fine continue to for me. It's it's about continuing issue with confidence. That's one thing that you can't let altered just because you're missing shots and then. I think three's last night i was to for seven and then day. We kind of think about like. Sometimes you might go to for seven. There's games where went five or eight. You go four for seven. It's all gonna even out so it's whatever with that but as long as shooting them like you give yourself a chance to make so. That's that's how i'm seeing it. You're you're stepping into it with confidence like there's no. It's not like you're taking them. What guys are ten feet from and you have to take them your just stepping into him with confidence over the new. I think you were doing that last year too. Yeah i mean matching wants me to shoot. I mean i'm going like going to work out. I'm making shots you know. It's never kinda not been that so for me. It's always been be able to do this in a game. You know everybody can say you. Can you can work on this. And this and net we see guys in the summer. Go crazy with with whatever they're doing but if you can't do it in a game then what you're doing. The summer doesn't really matter. So i've been able to apply that this year and It's still a long way that can go with this. I think i can continue to grow as blair well for so. Do you have to do anything. Fun on the forgive. What do we need to change on free throws. Do we need to change your routine a couple more deep breaths and extra dribble like. What can we do here. I don't know man a lot of times. I'm just missing short. And that's that's where it was with with my jump dot a u wasn't really missing left and right it's always short and law. Which obviously you like that. You're not missing left and right that it's now it's some small tweak where maybe you need to been your legs or or do something with it So that's something that we definitely working on. May what ninety three ninety three in a row one time trying to get out of running. I had to make one hundred in a row. And i hit ninety three but i still had run way as a way is this. What the kings. Yeah so this is actually during the summer we were kosov how i end my how i in all my workouts. Is you have to make ten in a row. Then you have to do to swishes after that so if you do ten in a row you keep going into miss so i was at like sixty something and i'm like yeah if i had hunted like i'm not running and then i ended up missing it like ninety two or ninety three so making making you run. Who supervising this so this was just a part of the conditioning so it was jesse greene. He's one of our one of our Strength guys. I think you have the clout to say. I made ninety three. I'm sorry we have put a bet. I'll say he's like one hundred in a row. You're not gonna run sows at nine. Like in ninety something free does you. Were standing there for for a minute. Saw kinda got a little bit stiff on my man. I really don't want to run. And i ended up missing at phnom. I'm mad at hell. Now have to do this. this conditioning. So but it is what it is but like with that reset like i know i can make free does like i know i'm capable of doing that. And how much running are we talking about. How much are we talking about like a couple of suicides or something like that that day. I think we did two three minute. Runs all my god up to you know just not. Doing those are the worst days. Those three minute runs are terrible. Those are horrible. I hate doing those. But man i made a bit and i didn't get one hundred so i'm like i got you do the running i there's a cer- a certain honor and that you're a better person than me. Because if i were in your shoes i would've been like. Hey i just signed a max deal. You can't tell. I mean ninety three in a row well actually at the time. You haven't done it yet. So i didn't. I didn't have them have much leeway at the time. Well look it's been. It's been awesome watching you play. I've been benefactor game since since i started watching the league and You know the kings two seasons ago spring twenty nineteen. You seem to have something going. And then it went off the rails little but last year. Did you just never know what's going to happen in the nba. It's all fragile and it's been really fun watching you the last month the whole team sort of find an identity and i hope to winning continues. Because i don't need to tell you if you guys are. I mean. Look big winning. That's a whole different thing. But if you guys are a competitive fund playoff level team and they can get fans back in that building that place is gonna be walkers is going to be crazy congrats on player the week. Keep it up and Thanks for giving us a little time. Here.

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"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:57 min | 6 months ago

"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Feel that group coming together and therese obviously adds a new ingredient. You get to play off the ball. A little bit against the clippers last night you made a big three in the closing minutes off retirees. Pick and roll where you. I saw you motion for him. You take it you take it. You run the offense. Do you feel comfortable in that group. At and Do you feel also like. I'm just kind of scratching the surface of what recent together. Yeah definitely like man with that group. I think what's what's so different about that. Group is we have. I was going to say a little bit of everything but we have a lot of bit of everything. You have the defenders. You know harrison myself buddies playing defense. Well right now. rashaan rim-protector entire isse. Who's obviously still getting used to nba. But i mean he's a good defender. He has great instincts We have the shooting everywhere shooting the ball. Better theresa's a forty percent three point shooter. But he's one of the best shooters league regardless of how he shooting at a certain time and then harrison is still knocking down shots. We got guys who can play. Make for others in myself entire east even harrison of being in the post. We have guys that create shots. This themselves i we. We have everything that we need that lineup and then obviously you know. It's a bit smaller. But you know with us just being together we know we have to be able to box out with each other and rebound for each other but again rebounding is going to be key with that group like everyone's going to have to contribute on glass. Yeah everybody has hit the glass but outside of that man we have. We have everything we need in that group. Do you feel like Obviously you've played with the ball in your hands your whole life in your primary ball handler. Now you will be for as long as you're with the kings but tyree does offer you an ingredient of you can get off the ball. You can start moving around one of the ways. I think your speed is a weapon. It's like you can be a really good off ball mover off ball cutter. Is that something like does that. Just take reps. Are you excited about that. Like you could see split actions between you and buddy here and there like there's stuff you can do right. Yeah definitely meant you know. A lot of people were asking if one of us to be able to play off ball and this and this and that and that. But we're both fine with the one handling the ball especially the way that he shoots the ball on way. I've been shooting. we're go with the other one. You know taking the ball for this period of time or if we feel like that person has the better matchup that person's in the pick and roll like there's nothing. I don't think we can pretty much do together. You know we both want to see each other succeed and we play off each other extremely well in right like you said we're just scratching the surface of what we think we can do together. Are you surprised. Whenever rashawn homes misses a push shot manage crazy. It's crazy how good that shot is in one thing if he misses one in we get the offense rebound if he gets again he's making it. There's no way he's missing two in a row ever. I just like this old news to people who follow the king says it's been a couple of years now that that schofield's automatic but this year in my head. He shooting like ninety percent on that show he has he might have the best floater in the entire league. And the crazy thing remember when he was in phoenix. I don't remember him soon. Their shot. I don't remember at all. Shoot mesh out. He might have been soon it. But from what i remember. He just like he was kind of like mantra is and we played them like he outworked this. He caught lobs. If you got all from the rebound he was dunking the ball but last year he starts shooting. I'm like. I don't remember him doing that but he doesn't miss de shot. Now i'm with you. I remember the first time. I saw it happening here and there. It was last year with the kansas. Oh that's what's interesting. I'm gonna keep an eye on that. That's that's kinda like this is a legitimate weapon. It's a wet he. He's trying to get to that shot. He's he's he's hunting hunting bash. Which obviously we're off on with. But i mean what other players in the league as coach might not be fond with them. Shooting that shot. Obviously you think they can make it but that s that's automatic for him. I got a stat for your reading. This is about yourself. Where do you think you rank in the nba. Right now last five minutes of games when the score is five points or less lose dove suit this gory margin with his five points less. So where do you think you rank in total points. Lower this season while. I have twitter to sauce. I've seen it i go. I don't go on twitter much so that people have been tweeting this meeting this. I thought i think i'm tied with someone right. I don't think you're tied anymore if you were tired. I think you've broken. The i think it was around like fifty six or fifty fifty eight points with that. Because i think that's what's considered like clutch clutch points at the tide. We like james. Or someone i'm gonna i'm gonna check again fact checking my fact checking which is making me uncomfortable. Frankly tagging stuff so much on twitter. May you you're bound associate. Even though i use twitter instagram to watch videos and since stuff. So my friends..

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"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Excited for this. Freshly minted as the western conference player of the week starting point guard for the twelve and eleven oh lookout sacramento kings. The aaron fox. How are you sir. I'm good thank you for having me congrats on player of the week is. That's the first time. I don't keep track of player of the week for the first time. Yeah that's actually. The i i mean i don't really keep track of that either but monte called me right before it happened so i mean i'm happy so do you get something. I have no idea they get a trophy for player of the month. But i'm not sure for player week but i mean you get those things when you're winning so i'm all for it so let's talk about that so three weeks ago. I don't know what your record was. But it was bad and not only. Did you have the worst defense in the league. You are on pace to have the worst defense in nba history by a lot. Now you had played a lot of the best defensive teams a lot of times. You were getting unlucky with three point. Shooting was clear. We're going to get better. But since then you're above average on defense and you guys are rolling off wins. So here's an and just watching your games. It looks cleaner. It looks like you guys are trying less gimmicky stuff as zone here or there but it just looks cleaner to me. So i've seen that season before and a lot of times a season has gone that way. Just spirals out of control. Coach gets fired people get traded. It's just unreal. You get into a whole new. Can't recover from it. How did you guys dig out of it. Was there a meeting was there. Was there a film session where you said this is what we're doing wrong this changing. How did it happen. Were you worried that the season was going to slip away from. You was definitely some stuff like that with your heads but the turnaround might have been when two of our games against memphis got cancelled minute back to back in memphis because they had the covert stuff and then Those two game got cancelled so we ended up staying home. We had a few extra days of practice. And since then it's been on a on on all up. Uphill battle has been great. We've been playing well defensively. We've gotten so much better. Offensively i mean. I think we were fine. We were in a good place offensively but defense you know if you're giving up one hundred twenty eight hundred thirty point not win games. You're not gonna win game this league so after having those two days of extra practice then we hit the east coast for a trip. We've been well we've been we've been off really well. Did anything change schematically like or is it. Just a pride effort thing like. What did you guys change. I mean scheme wise. Nothing much really changed. We've probably played a little bit less zone. But i mean we still we. We've been getting stops out of our zone But now i think just being able to get down in practice and and guys being able to practice the rotations in knowing where to be Definitely helped us. Obviously the thing that you want everybody to know from the jump and you know from the beginning of the season but at the end of the day when you're able to have those extra days of practice and actually drilling it and getting into guys head then you'll see a lot more. You'll see a lot better results. How did it feel inside the team. Did it feel like this. Were were in danger of this season just sliding to the point where we can't recover from it or that's what it looked like from the outside from the inside where you guys like. We have talent here. we will figure it out. It's just a matter of time. The how did it feel in that moment. I wouldn't say it felt like the like like the season was just dead and over. I've been on a team. That was that was like that. My first year was was really really bad. But nah i feel like guys. Were just like man where we're missing something like we know we can score the ball. There's there's there's something missing that if we can figure this out. We can turn this season row. And i said those two practices. You guys have been defending. Everybody's been on one page as far as defenses concern. And we've we've been able to get those stops we need. I mean we're we're one-stop or one offensive. Play away from you know winning at nine games in a row as we lost the heat that one that one game. So it's it's definitely been great in the locker room has been great organization. Obviously everybody's happy when you're winning but as something that we just we want to be able to do this for as long as we can. The kings have not had a lot of winning for the last fifteen or so. Years are their playoff expectations. I look are you. Are you do you like we can keep this going. Not a fluke. Right that's the. I assume that's the feeling inside the team. Yeah definitely we don't think we're doing anything that's farfetched it's not like we're averaging one hundred and forty points like we're doing stuff that nba teams due to win games. Were we're were. We've been able to finish games out. We've been able to get stops when we need it in. I don't think that's something that's just way over head of of doing. And i mean we've done against the teams do we and we. We also did at the beginning of the year. So we don't think that it's a that's a fluke. You also seem to found a closing lineup. A five man group that you can go to game on the line. You buddy therese harrison barnes the four homes at the five. That lineup is your plus like a gazillion with that lineup. It's of the best lineups in the league..

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"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"On who you talk to They had a a significant offer out for hayward and the you know they didn't they didn't want to go to where charlotte went with it. But i think the number was significant and if they could have gotten them at the price that they wanted they would have been overjoyed. That would have put together a win. Now rosser and that. I think would have changed the complexion of maybe other things. They did that offseason. Because if you bring in gordon hayward you're trying to win games and i think you make subsequent moves with that in that happened now they're sitting here with Eight maybe it's now it's seventeen million dollars in cap space after the their prostrate it was maybe it seventeen but anyway they have a bunch of cap space now and i think they the idea in general is to try to weaponize that moving forward. See what you can acquire and and hopefully for them. They're rose helped win games and that in turn helps you develop your players but you know. It's it's a delicate balance trying to do that. Well i think the guys that they have gone after and the guys that they have not gone after. I think we can begin to put some puzzle pieces together so russell. Westbrook is not on the knicks. Chris paul is not on the knicks. Gordon hayward had a chance. I guess to coordinate the reporting what you just said to me beyond the knicks. I mean it was. It was like not out of play. Victor oladipo is not on the knicks. However there have been some rumblings that the knicks continue to monitor victory deep. I'm not sure if you reported that. I've lost track of reports. What at this point. But i i would believe i would believe those rumblings because i think they were monitoring him in the off season. I poke around a little bit and what i heard was. Yeah we we want to see they got play the guys coming off a traumatic injury. Then a weird start and stop season in the bubble and before the bubble. He just didn't look very good. So we're not. We're not going to rush into that He's an expiring contract. We'll we'll just sort of wait and see and now they can watch him play in houston. He's hurt again. It'll be back soon. Derrick rose is on an expiring contract. Doesn't cripple your cap flexibility. Doesn't your future a second round. Pick and dennis smith junior. Who's not in your plans is like who cares to me. All of this is if not a front office and coaching staff in lockstep. Then a front office. That has done the right thing to balance. Yeah we'll we'll chase some wins in the president like we're not we're not averse to that we'll try and get in the playoffs. That'd be awesome but we're not gonna do it. In a way that is classic knicks overreaching clogging up our capture. We're going to go after the guys that are in our age bracket or on expiring deals and don't cost us much to get to me. All of these moves non moves. You put the puzzle pieces together. I kind of like what i'm seeing from. Leon rose regime so far. I think it's making a lot of sense. And i think that what they have tried to do in the past was foster this competitive environment by bringing in veterans To compete for minutes with the young player that they wanted to develop an in some cases. Those veterans really did a disservice to the young players and their development. So it didn't work. It was a poor fit. Seems like in this instance the vets they brought in certainly haven't stepped over some of the young guys. Now you could make an argument about kevin knox being out of the rotation frank ntilikina being out of the rotation thing that i think about with miller. Keyna's timetabled defensive drag first and foremost franklin lacunas defensive talent. I think if sydell felt like what he was seeing in practice what he saw in the preseason warranted giving milky minutes he would give him the minutes. I don't think he's holding him back in any sense. And i think he wants to see more defensively from kevin zach. I think nick is worried. They have speed. Tst about the young players that they've had that have been developed poorly in the past because the roster construction has been split between china win and try and develop young talent so they see this move and they say here we go again. Do you see it as different. I do and i. I would be surprised if quickly falls out of the rotation. I played too well in crunch time. He's shown a propensity to make big shots. He's completely fearlessly. I would be surprised. Look if you gave all of elfriede payton's minutes to derrick rose. I think the knicks are probably better. I don't think that's what's going to happen at least at first but it we talk about. Why the knicks are are exceeding expectations. You said why are they doing this. The number one reason is their sixth and defense okay. their twenty fifth in offense shoot any threes. their offense stinks despite defended julius randle. We are feasting on the finest meats and cheeses. On top of julius. Randle hill is having a fantastic season. He is worthy all star candidate and despite that their offense is in the toilet what you ask only guy on that hill and tri state area last year in in this offseason. So i gotta give you credit. It was lonely before the pandemic man it was. It was lonely up there. And i didn't see i truthfully i almost. I almost took my little hobo bag over my shoulder and walked down the hill at some probably unlike the three hundredth time that he drove into four people and turn the ball over. I was getting a little discontented. But their offense stinks. And that's why neal aquinas not playing because their defense is already good in their offense is bad and tibbs is looking for shooting. And he's not gonna find lucchino. Although i if i were a team i if some teams should bilo hill akina because i still think he's redeemable i think is up side is sort of like bigger patrick beverley. Maybe not quite as good. But i i think if you're not asking him to run an offense. I think there's a three and d kind of player there that i'd be interested in trying to redeem let the offense just hasn't been very good and that's why that's why he's not playing. And that's why if you if you just gave like derrick rose is a better offense player and a better shooter donell pain and if you just gave him all the payton's minutes i do think the team would probably be a little better. Maybe that's maybe that is going to be the end. Because you've reported there's somehow with with faint whiffs sense of interest from somewhere and alfred is a team that you know as sees payton as someone who can bolster their back court and i'm not saying that trade can happen tomorrow. I'm not guaranteeing trades gonna happen by the end of march. But i do think that. Let's fast forward a few weeks. Let's assume that frank ntilikina you know established himself as a role player for this team You know then. I think you could say that you know peyton you could trade him and and become fullbacks yuli. Derrick rose have quickly. And so i i just think things you look at this trade and you can't really look at it in a vacuum because i think they're more moves that are going to be made or at least seriously considered Before the strike deadline in every relationship there's a shortlist of forgivable offenses but missing the most romantic day of the year is not one of them..

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"begley" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"begley" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

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"begley" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"begley" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"About and then I wanna hear what's happened since then is, is it Now, about to be used original, being used to try to predict where the next outbreak will be I. First of all, how does it work right sal? It turns out that this respiratory virus also attacked cells in the GI tract. Anything that's in cells in the gastrointestinal tract is going to come out. And back in February or March, and this also was a pre print. So again, not peer reviewed published in a journal. Researcher said Hey we think we're seeing a signal in wastewater that we can detect the viral genome and guess what at the time we detected it there were almost no case is in Boston this was done at a wastewater treatment plant near the city. So that was again with a reprint you as a reporter have to be pretty careful because it doesn't have the Sir stamp of approval that comes with Peer Review and Publication. So what you do is just call other people in the field and say, Hey, here's this paper. Could you look at it for me? Does it seem right? Does it seem you know at least plausible enough that I won't look stupid if I write about it so the answer basically was yes. So. that. And the short version is that this disease is so difficult to control in large part because people who have no symptoms or no symptoms yet can still transmit it right that suggests that if you could somehow get a signal that people have this disease again, no symptoms but they're infected. If you could get an early warning, then you could do things like. At. At the extreme lockdowns but at least monitoring at least you know closer monitoring of people tracing their context just telling public health officials guess what? There's cove nineteen in Boston anyway. So that research has continued and to answer your question Allen. A. Number of water treatment utilities in the United States have started to do it. They're sending samples to one particular company here in Boston called Bio Bot. Germany the Netherlands and. Other countries in Europe are also doing this kind of sampling again so that they get a heads up on when cases are about to explode. So if at minimum for instance, you could tell your hospitals guess what we see this wave coming it would be a good idea to figure out your ICU capacity. You're ventilator capacity before people start getting brought in on gurneys. So wastewater savell surveillance as a calls as it's called seems to be something that really could make a difference. When we come back science journalist Sharon Begley tells me how she does it how she turns the painstaking and often frustrating work of medical researchers into. Stores Right after this. Our Program is sponsored by the Copley Foundation with a mission to advance science for the benefit of humanity. The foundation's mission does implemented internationally through constellation of Calveley Institutes at support scientists who conduct basic curiosity driven research in astrophysics, theoretical physics, Nanno Science, and neuroscience, and also by the Copley prize which honors scientists for breakthroughs in these fields that transform our understanding of the very big astrophysics the very small Nano Science and the very complex neuro science. And the mission of the Copley. Foundation is also implemented by programs that support public engagement with science enhancing how society encounters interact with science and use a science in their daily lives. I want to thank all of you of signed up support clear and vivid on. PATRIAE on. It really helps us to bring you conversations with some of the most interesting people out there. Along with our sponsors, you make clear and.

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"begley" Discussed on Off the Red Carpet with George Pennacchio

Off the Red Carpet with George Pennacchio

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"begley" Discussed on Off the Red Carpet with George Pennacchio

"I don't think I ever let the EGO problem. Takeover get to grant at all I. I don't remember having in any trouble with that but I had a lot of trouble. Seventy one through seventy eight. Because I was those were my wild years and I would go to bars and you know it was the seventies you can imagine what people are doing. When they're in their twenties in the seventies and I did it all and but fortunately I wised up back in nineteen seventy eight and I went in the straight narrow so I've been I've been clean and sober over now for many years since the seventies and it's definitely the way to go will that be it a chapter two in the book you might? What a good idea? I think I will write a book Com. Thank you George. You heard here George. Nacchio said I should write a book and now I'm going to. I think I would read it. I know I would read it. Great I I I love Hollywood stories but a lot of your stories are kind of outs a little outside Hollywood. I guess because you're not showing up to be seen on a red carpet necessarily unless it's probably a friend of yours. That's the project that's true and I grew up in van is not in Beverly Hills or Hollywood so I kind to have a kind of a more of a Middle class upper middle class upbringing with my dad. He was a working actor. But we would never really what I would call wealthy but we did find and so I had a very normal childhood in Van Nuys and I'm grateful for that so here's a question out of left field. Did you live anywhere near rose. Marie we did not God. I loved Rose Marie. We live near Andy Devine. He lived down on castor. We lived at Valero and custody. Live kind of down near I think Uh Vic Oxnard and Kester Andy Devine live there and that was the big deal to me. I think people when they hear actor speak always wonder if it could happen to me and and I think what you're demonstrating in this interview is that you've just worked really hard and you've let people know that if they hire you they get one hundred percent of you which is important and I finally woke up and trained at some point in my young life and after I trained I got work. And that's the key thing. If you WANNA be an actor do lots of theater wherever it is Cleveland Cleveland or L. A. or New York or Chicago do lots of Theater Actors Act so you get out there and act and be part of a workshop group or something just get out there and do the work. Don't expect to come to Hollywood and has excess without doing the training. I'm so glad I hear you say that because I have friends who've said to me you know that they can't they're trying to get work they haven't gotten it yet and I said well. Oh you should try to look. There's a lot of ninety nine cents ninety nine cent ninety nine seat theaters in this town. You should try to get a job at one of them. It might not pay you much but you'll get to Practice your craft and I've heard well I'm really not a stage actor. I'm more of a TV and film actor and I'm saying your resume is almost empty. Your you're you're not a team in film actor you just want fame and what you really want is to know what you're doing right exactly actors actor you gotTa Get out there knocked. I can do it on stage. You know not everybody gets to be a big move your big TV show. If you like to act and I hope that's what's behind motivating these people that WANNA be actors. Get out there and do the work and do it on stage. It's a great training ground to do things and to learn your craft. If you weren't an actor what would you be. I really think if my my dad Bene- plummer I'd be fitting pipe now. I wanted to do what my dad did. And fortunately he was working in serious actor a character that have been in twelve angry men. Twelve angry men and won an Oscar Oscar for sweet bird of youth. Won a Tony for Broadway with inherit the wind with Paul Mooney so he was a serious actor that really focused on doing the work and You know if if I wasn't an actor I probably be a carpenter because I had some skills as a carpenter. I made my dining room table and some chest of drawers and things so I am not Harrison Ford. Don't get me wrong as it's an actor or a carpenter. But I can I can do some woodwork. Did your dad ever critique your work. I hadn't done much work while he was still alive. Live sadly but he did see a player to e found something positive to say about my early young work which was quite primitive and unskilled but he found something positive to say he was great many ways and he also taught me for years without me. Knowing I was being taught I would run lines with him cume for his day's work on wagon train into one of those shows and so in so doing I was taking a lesson with my dad. I didn't know how he was doing it but he was well. While we're speaking with Ed Begley Junior. WHO's one of the stars ars of ABC's hit comedy? Bless this mess. He's promising all sorts of new things happening this season including a little bit more romance perhaps with Pam career and before we leave. Let's just talk about Pam Grier for a moment because I grew up watching her in those blaxploitation films and I love seeing that Renaissance Sants when she came back was at Jackie. Jackie Brown with Quentin Tarantino Ball. Or stor I love that people are seeing that she can make you laugh. And that she can be Pam grier actress and not necessarily Playing the roles she was offered once upon a time. I like her arc as as an actress site. That's the genius of Liz. Mary weather and relate bell to give her that opportunity and to know that she could deliver and she has every episode. She so funny she so wonderful so down to Earth so I was thrilled to do this part on its face. But when I heard they had cast Pam grier and the part. I was doing backflips just I. I've had a ball every day. All right so last question and you can say the answer. Is Ed Begley Junior. Who is the funniest person on your set behind the scenes? No Question Lennon Parham. She is hysterically funny. A close second is David cater the two of them I've told the directors and producers said you cannot put us in the three shot. If you WANNA get anything anything usable you have to separate me out in a single with them. In A TWO-SHOT I can't keep a straight face when they do the scripted dialogue dialogue can make it through George but when they start to do this improv out that they're so brilliant at the two of them I just I can't I can't contain myself sky high. It's another reason to watch your show. So thank you for joining us for your enormous career in show business with all these credits and all these years and all this entertaining. I appreciate you stopping by here at off the red carpet and you can see. Bless this mess Tuesdays at eight thirty after the connors that extra time. Seven thirty central. That's right so ed. Is there any social media that people could follow you you one right now or are you like a regular Joe and staying off all that stuff. No I do some of that Go to ED. Begley DOT COM and my My twitter's at Ed Begley JR JR so Dropped me a tweet or drop me a line go to Ed Begley Dot Com and visit and you'll see lots of green stuff that you can pick two okay. Well thank thank you for all of your knowledge in show business and in our lives. So thank you for joining us for another edition of off the red carpet. I'll be back soon..

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Biogen's secret campaign to bring its Alzheimer's drug back from the ashes

Here & Now

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Biogen's secret campaign to bring its Alzheimer's drug back from the ashes

"A biotech company by Agenda's reviving plans to seek federal approval for a drug to treat early Alzheimer's disease this news comes as a surprise because it directly contradicts a decision the company back in March two in studies after partial results showed it wasn't likely to be successful Sharon Begley is a senior science writer for our Partners stat the health and medicine publication and Sharon tell us a little bit more about this reversal what changed what happened over the ensuing six months or so was that the company had additional data more information on more patients and how they were doing and we analyzed the data that it did have and lo and behold hold it has now concluded that in fact the drug can slow the rate of cognitive decline in as you said this this particular group of patients those with very mild Alzheimer's disease or even pre Alzheimer's disease we actually have sound from Dr Al Sand Rock who serves as the medical officer at biogen he spoke about these findings and how those changes to the study made a big difference spoke with Wbz here is that high dose Kanye Mab lead to enough amyloid removal so that we could get the the clinical effects on reducing clinical decline amyloid. is actually a protein that clumps up in the brain can you explain a little bit more about what he means here and how that drug helps with that right so the idea that amyloid is the cost as of Alzheimer's has been dogma in the field for for really thirty years and so that's why biogen produced this molecule that destroys allied in the brain and Dr Sandra said especially at the highest doses which not all patients were on for the entire trial that was an indication that the drug was not only doing what it was supposed to but then again when they measured the cognitive capacity of the people in the trial it looked like the decline in allied was also connected to a slower rate of cognitive loss in these patients which was exactly the signal that they were looking for why has it been so hard to find an effective drug up until now it's a really really hard disease so there are a lot of explanations that people have offered one is that they enrolled patients it's who's Alzheimer's was moderate or even severe and even if you remove amyloid from the brain they have lost so many neurons that they they unfortunately cannot be helped another bunch of studies enrolled patients who turns out this was not known at the time they might not even have had Alzheimer's disease at least as defined by the presence of amyloid in the brain so they were giving these drugs that removed amyloid but they didn't have 'em Lloyd so obviously it wasn't going to happen fact biogen has produced a much more effective molecule it and carefully enrolled patients and now it seems to have gotten the success that announced on Tuesday got it so by Jen says they plan to submit their license application to the food and Drug Administration by early next year but in the meantime What's next is they wait for this approval well outside researchers have a lot of questions biogen was actually running two clinical trials simultaneously one of them belt and that's very curious because the patients in the failed trial were basically identical to those in the trial where there was a benefit so that's really a curiosity that you can be sure the FDA will be looking hard at that's Sharon Begley she is senior science writer for our partners at stat the Health and medicine publication Sharon thank you thank you

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Knicks Snap 18-Game Home Losing Streak with Win over Spurs to Avoid NBA History

NBA Insiders

07:45 min | 2 years ago

Knicks Snap 18-Game Home Losing Streak with Win over Spurs to Avoid NBA History

"Guys. We have a guest here obviously on the shell Pennzoil performance line. And it is oh guy. Our guy Bagley get your bag. Ian, how're you doing? In. My three favorites out there tonight. I'm very excited. Yes. ESPN New York. Knicks reporter also does the nets and basically holds the upper east coast down in did you know that the Knicks made the Oscars they pretty much won an Oscar did you notice this? Yeah. We got wind of it on social media after the game. And we asked a couple of players about if they hadn't seen a year for too excited to just see the clip Samuel Jackson, and Spike Lee. Not every not every year that the Knicks could have mentioned on the Oscars deserves rightfully so. Because the Knicks would at home first time that happened since December one twenty eight and I'm talking about last year folks, twenty we're everywhere. Number one two thousand eighteen they won. They beat the Spurs one thirty one eighteen and I even saw the icing on the cake who threw off the backboard pass for the dunk like it was just wild. How important Dennis Smith? Well, of course, it makes sense. Usually he's on the other end of the dunk rape. How does this when in Madison Square Garden me? What was the field? Was it like a sign of relief for coach physio it felt like a weight off everybody's shoulders, you know, coach FitzGerald would tell us that they don't think about it. They don't talk about it. But then the players afterward joking around the locker room, it just felt like a much later lock home. Now, they knew about they were one loss away from Batasuna longest losing streak ninety history set in ninety three ninety four by the Dallas Mavericks. They know that they have the longest losing streak in franchise history. This so they're aware of those numbers. They don't want to be a part of that history. Tonight, especially the team like the city until you're Spurs. It's not easy, especially for this. And we've got a twenty two games left would throw out the record. We know where we know where we are twelve hundred forty eight what should be the goals over the next six weeks here with this team wanna see consistency. I think so Kevin Knox. You'd wanna see what Frank ntilikina as you're still trying to answer that question. You know, one one and a half almost two seasons. Enter France career, he should get healthy at some points to from this point. I think it was the next to kiss him significant minutes trying to answer that question to try to see if he can be elite guard. What did he do off the ball and where he used offensively so between seven and Saint not some consistency. From those guys. I think the next like what they've seen recently from young player in literal Robinson who who's really played well, especially since the Andre Jordan has come over from Dallas Jordan has done a good job mentoring. Mitch robinson. So I think it's it's the young players on your team and being able to project them forward who is a keeper who can you pencil in for next year? And who do you think won't be around piggybacking off your point there? What's the the Knicks recruiting pitch this summer? You know, who they Bill that around is it around, you know, playing with somebody like Dennis Smith. Knox. Or like what how does that play out? Jordan because you have the two max slots. Pitches almost hey, come come here and tell us who you wanna play with right twenty nine hundred she class, we get that you wanna play with and Kevin Durant. Also simple. You want to change the narrative around. Golden State to win those titles. You come here. And you have success in New York you wanna title in New York. I mean, that's a forever thing doesn't staffers outside of Madison Square Garden and no one. We'll talk about how joined that Golden State to win your earlier title simple message. Anybody else? It's tell us who you wanna play with. We'll try to bring that guy in. That's the voice of in Begley are ESPN next report. And that's reporter upper east coast. Reporter you're listening to insiders. I'm Bobby marks Jordan Schultz ESPN radio ESPN app and Sirius XM channel eighty now. Talking about obviously, the potential free agency this summer. Those are all big question marks largely because of the trade deadline, sending Kristaps Porzingis opening up two slots, but tell me how worried were Knicks fans watching Duke UNC this past week in. Knick fans are still watching the Knicks games. I give them a lot of credit assume most expensive watching every night. So. A big sigh of relief. I think I'm this fanbase when you found out that that sign injury wasn't that serious that he's going to be okay. Because this record twelve weeks at this point. And they're just looking ahead towards the trash and like every other bottom. Feeding MBA franchise. They're looking at nine what you've seen how he can impact their roster. How much he can change the fourteen organization. So, you know, certainly everybody around here was relieved when they found that he was okay. The interesting thing so Zion and wherever the Knicks end up in the draft in the top three. They hope is could that pick then help them creed. With the woman's Francis us, I think that's something. That's that's certainly on the fan bases minded. I'm sure the front office is thinking about different permutations packages. They could put together including that twenty nine team first round pick to try to entice New Orleans Detroit. And before we let you go. What do you think Zion playing in Madison Square Garden would look like do you think it would be just the new coming up LeBron or even even bigger based on his highlights in his dunking ability. I remember the Jeremy Lin Ron and how much energy was in the building night in and night out. How much of the event every home game was your masters. I think it would be just like that. But even more so sign Williamson was here. Because you know, he getting the franchise all three player people talk about him as a prospect the same way, they talks about Davis to bring that kind of talent into this building would give this reasons for optimism something they haven't had in a long time around here in. I look forward to our shared slice of pizza. I know we've been pushing off that day for a long time. He's been the best pizza apparently in New York. But before we let you go last, but not least we have awards given out for the MBA insiders and honors of aren't Oscars. Have you been watching the Oscars tonight? Because I've been at the. Is your feed though, you saw here. A little bit here and there, okay? This has been a Mahershala Ali love fest on the show, but we actually have awards given out today on MBA insiders throughout the course of the night. I want to get your vote for the last category that we're trying to push best leading man. Are you ready for this vote pleased? The nominees are Janta Takubo of the box. PG thirteen Paul George of the thunder James harden of the rockets and Kawhi Leonard of the raptors who is your best leading man right now. I would go right now with John giving Milwaukee's records they're standing in the conference in the role that he plays on that team. I think he's most deserving of that honor at the moment all of Georgia's a close second. Given what he's done for the thunder

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"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"As the best homegrown players since you. In the light of day a month later that trade looks like a pretty good trade for the Nixon put maybe a pretty good shape to Dallas to like. I think they've done a nice job overall, given all the factors that play. I would agree with you. You know, we we said it before you have to wait a couple years to really see what happens on both sides before you fully analyze the deal. But given what came back on both ends. Yeah. It seemed to make sense for both sides. All that said this summer's just monstrous just mud now, you can say it's not monstrous for all the reasons we just said about cap space and all of these assets you then get yourself in the trade game. Right. Like you nail. The couple of Dallas picks. You've got a couple of interesting players now all of a sudden, we have ammo we we have our own pick. That's going to be a very high pick maybe Zion. Williamson who knows we had ammo you can get a D or whoever the next great. A lot of other teams have ammo to like when you get a star free agent to sign a piece of paper that says I'm going to be on her team for three or four years. You can't beat security like that. Right. And you've heard I mean, we've all heard the Kevin Durant stuff. And I think that, you know, obviously, it's obvious the people around him, see New York as potential destination. If he does leave Golden State, we all know that. And there are people, you know, not not not people who talked to Kevin Durant every day. So I don't want miss state it, but they're kind of people who are to grease remove to would be surprised if given everything that they've. Heard if he doesn't end up in Europe. But also, you remember Kevin's free agency when he left for gold say, you know, people around him said he changed his mind like pretty regularly about what he wanted to do which is totally normal. So even if the Knicks, I changed my mind what own f- for lunch. So from ten thirty to ten fifty five, I'm having different ideas. And that's not even a life changing decision. So you know, the Knicks. I think there are people in the organization that that feel good about their chances with Kevin Durant. And they obviously have a reason to feel good about it. But we're sitting here in February so many things can change, including Kevin Durant chaining his mind between now and July one and we saw that with this past free agency. So you know, you can feel good about it today. But as you said, you have to get the player to sign that piece of paper, and that's a huge hurdle. And that's it doesn't get any bigger than this summer for the Nixon there for an office. And is a New Yorker. I would love the next to be good love it. Gimme a home playoff series. Give me good basketball in my backyard. Like the nets my make the playoffs this year. That's great. Yeah. I mean as a guy, I'm impartial. But I do I'll say it. I miss covering basketball that doesn't make it. That's not partial. That's just like you. Like if I if. If I can see playoff games Vikings. Remember they were in the second round. It was fun. Like if I can go to second round games by getting on a subway for twenty minutes. And then go see my family afterwards instead of going to Dallas not nothing of going far. It doesn't matter where it is. It could be LA could be anywhere. It could be instead of that's all waking up at home versus telling your wife, and your your beautiful daughter that you have to skip town for a few days. Anyway, it you you haven't endlessly fascinating job chronicling these guys. Just don't get banned from any press conferences or anything like that. Yeah. That's not a good look. It's a bad. Look, actually, all right. In Begley, your coverage is just outstanding all the time. You know, everything that's going on there. Everyone should read..

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"begley" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"begley" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Whack a mole approach so they looking at individual products role than learning the lessons at the payday loan industry these companies evolve and they evolve to evade the kind of regulation so what people like me are calling for is for them to console rather than looking at individual products and today is a good example but they've kept these rent to own products but they'd not dealt with doorstep lending and that's one point six million people they don't actually with overdraft fees twelve million people and they've ruled out entirely looking at credit cards and that's five million people who are struggling people you've called zombie data's where they're paying off the interest not the capital roy rather than looking individual products and and therefore giving the industry get out because what they do is evolved so so the doorstep lenders are now offering credit cards to get round these kind of changes is to consult on capping the call cost of credit as a whole so that we would have a very simple rule in this country that nobody would ever end up paying back more than double what they borrowed because that's the cat we already have now on payday lending let us get that through the courts would admit mr big the pointless begley made to me at temple state was that when they lost tried to do something about unauthorized overdrafts the huge fees that a charge the courts threw it out because obviously the banks challenge then government has to intervene and the the challenge for me is i i talked to a lot of people in this industry and i talk to the government who who absolutely see that there are challenges and you talk to the who see there are challenges they're looking to each other for leadership and in the middle of millions of people like my constituents who are being done over by companies like amigo loan bright house or vanquished credit cards or providence or science some some of the high street as we used to call the my street banks mean ththey're fair fees and interest rates can be punitive everybody understands that if you're borrowing money they will come at a cost but the challenge one of the reasons why.

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"begley" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"begley" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I don't know would you really want that at this point now that i'm here no that sounds awful but at one point it sounded comforting thank to think of it sure so begley was in the first movie yeah which one eggs it's a movie cohen jack nicholson my hero he's the person who who cast me in my first movies my first leading man in that to john belushi is first movie he poise i loved him yes i remember nothing but trouble and i loved him from the minute i remember that movie it was sort of like what was the plot and so in the civil wars so many men were killed off that if a woman wanted to marry a convict she could save him from the gallows this was a true like law she could save him from the gallows but she had to be responsible for him and i had a gold mine that i needed a man to work in a problem so the first and so i had this criminal but every time he he bothered mayor did something i didn't like i just threatened clubs sheriff and heaven picked back up so he i had he was my slave essentially yeah he's you're saying he's your savior me as my in my first film i wouldn't be sitting here talking to you without him although he said i would found some some way you know ju someway he eight nine think he meant that i would have figured out my career somehow but i i credit him utterly and how did he find you.

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"begley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"begley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Do you wanna do it you going to do it yeah did it i just signed the contract they want you to do it to come on in buddy so we did it then pretty soon jeffrey jones is doing carole cains doing joe bologna's doing great cast doing richards is in gena davis what a cast i wish you and and goldblum would make more movies together you guys were great gone you guys are great do oh what a great friend he's been so good to me had me on his tv series when he had that series when he was a reporter he regularly you know thinks me for things he's is a dear friend just got honored by the la city council they had an ed begley junior day at city hall in the city of los angeles they declared ed begley day in and he came down there my dear friend jeff came down for that bobby kennedy came down a love those guys at tell us about your podcast too that came and went it was fun to do is it done that i it's done we did it for a while and i enjoyed it was a wonderful thing to do with my wife and it was her idea she went to a podcast get more this environmental message in design stuff and health and wellness stuff out there it was her baby and i was happy to do it with her but we did it for about a year i think it was about a year and after a year i just i just didn't have the you know you guys know how much time it takes to set this up and you know to do all the work to make it happen a lot of work and the people who helped us with great they were doing all the heavy lifting themselves but i just felt bad because you know it it was just time consume it was good it was a collective little is a little bit of everything.

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"begley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"begley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"It yes it's interesting that's always compelling to watch and it's it's it's really a great rule to abide by a funny thing happened though when we saw the in laws with because it's a re release now on dvd i only had it on vhs when i saw it again in the eighties i had a a tape copy and it looked you know rather poor quality of course but it looked like it did the original film version but so the dvd releasing the movie was very good but my hair was blonde in the movie which it shouldn't have been my hair was actually read in the movie but somebody turned a dial somewhere when they did the re they went this is not ed begley hair colors you gave us a little glimpse of of of your faulk impression ed so we have to put you on the spot because it's just that good could you could you can i ask you something that guy the guy that was in the movie with mehta played berry lunch what the fuck is his name the big l bino guy what the fuck is name ed begley that's right ed begley junior what a pain in the ass he was let a five star pain in the fucking thank you now peter full and it said lead the time period we're living in like the public got to witness him after he was suffering old timers like it made it all over the internet.

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"begley" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"begley" Discussed on KOIL

"At through the middle herbert to hold onto it if he does little secretly the rush liberated the corner back into the farsighted o'neill o'neill weight it this down the wall cates case case on the far side circle the ship this one of her co largest out of his reach twenty five seconds left knee karakouz are designed on powerplay for mix hurts up the kola v this on a carpenter carpenter played up puk sapin played around the back side by green bay chip this one further step in their fight mitchell quick shot from carpenter from the blue line and gloves now by begley four seconds left on a powerplay for the lancers hanno three left here in the first period his websites on his feet ready to get out of the box faced off the left side of begley again perkins in for the draw his last two defenders back out puk over the mitchell hit fetus perkins heard of get it over to refine right as once he gets out of the net throws a shot on it hits the put a price of ricochets his wide of the net transmittal to stick up high no call on that puk played by begley hill lead it helen of chase it with your comes rebate transmits you'll need hermanez he doesn't like him but far side the green bay this will down for line change mitchell hold it in the near side it get over to peltonen helping to look for a long pass upper christian o'neill is he's caught offside the nocall laid off site on him as he at the breakway opportunity here comes coffee old the narrow hold another law kheirkhah play this went further back at the centre i suspect south fetus charlesworth he'll back in this.

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"begley" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"begley" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Mm uh the woge pod is brought to you by adt home isn't just a place it's a feeling the feeling that you're safe to enjoy the things that matter most whether for your home business or online adt helps keep you safe so you can feel protected wherever you are get two hundred fifty dollars off installation plus an amazon echo for handsfree voice control when you schedule your free consultation for adt pulse video surfaced today hurry offer ends october 22nd learn more at adtcom minimum thirty six month monitoring contract required installation and activation fees apply enrollment and q s p an easy pay required valid for new or resale customers only in select markets hey everyone welcome into another addition of the woge pod my guest in studio today in begley covers the knicks were espn dot com and we talk about the phil jackson era what went wrong the exit of carmelo anthony and the future of this organisation built around kristaps porzingis so here's my conversation with him here in our manhattan in studio with in begley of espn dot com covers the knicks and the nba with me over at espn in how are you doing okay woge how 'bout you good good on your way up to next with today oh yeah another big day out there what is i mean in like we go through like the last couple of years with the knicks in the end carmelo is in virtually every day carmelo is the centerpiece of almost every conversation with this organisation wh what's it like.

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"begley" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

The Vertical Podcast with Woj

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"begley" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

"Mm uh the woge pod is brought to you by adt home isn't just a place it's a feeling the feeling that you're safe to enjoy the things that matter most whether for your home business or online adt helps keep you safe so you can feel protected wherever you are get two hundred fifty dollars off installation plus an amazon echo for handsfree voice control when you schedule your free consultation for adt pulse video surfaced today hurry offer ends october 22nd learn more at adtcom minimum thirty six month monitoring contract required installation and activation fees apply enrollment and q s p an easy pay required valid for new or resale customers only in select markets hey everyone welcome into another addition of the woge pod my guest in studio today in begley covers the knicks were espn dot com and we talk about the phil jackson era what went wrong the exit of carmelo anthony and the future of this organisation built around kristaps porzingis so here's my conversation with him here in our manhattan in studio with in begley of espn dot com covers the knicks and the nba with me over at espn in how are you doing okay woge how 'bout you good good on your way up to next with today oh yeah another big day out there what is i mean in like we go through like the last couple of years with the knicks in the end carmelo is in virtually every day carmelo is the centerpiece of almost every conversation with this organisation wh what's it like.

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"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"begley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Show me new york knicks that you guys can evolve that you can rebuild a front office that badly needs to to evolve and that you can start making smarter choices but they've already you kind of sullied that by signing the tim hardaway junior contracting the ron baker contract and you know we'll we'll see what happens next guys great stuff nobody on earth knows the next better than you guys in begley just constantly grinding always writing this stuff about the next wrote a fun feature about the the other people figures some relief a few days ago the undrafted guys trying to make an infant cells granting with a cage your kids six months yet today sit let a happy sixmonth birthday on or ads you like wasted no time getting right back a how she done good she's k manager is it not yet not yet now that you're going to get there it's going to happen the next couple of days i like her now like being totally a mobile that i just want to stay here for a couple of year jose does the more babies right like every stage is so cool and it's only kinda wanna linger in that moment in but they're also onto the next them something whale but although stages are awesome to so you got you got much more great stuff or have unfiled sleeping yes because she sleep in the night now uh although she started teething and she had a bad night the other night so i'm hoping i'm gonna knock on wood hope that it's just teething and it's not a big sleep progression that mommy and data are gonna we didn't it asleep aggression till two years about and that was terrible and now we get the occasional nightmare but anyway in begley is.

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