35 Burst results for "Bowen"

"bowen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:17 min | Last month

"bowen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"As a character with our new friends, the gun club, the ass boys, we can really get across our personalities a lot more so we can show that max and I and all these other dudes are well rounded personalities are not just, hey, we're a good wrestlers, or hey, this guy's a good wrestler, but this guy's a personality. We're both entertaining. Sports entertainers, Leigh as you would like to say or pro wrestlers. 5 points. And that's another Tony vision visionary put you with the assholes, which has been a great connection with the four of you guys. And really that was us. Yeah, yeah, everything that we've been doing is us. We saw the camera tree that we had together in terms of just talking hanging around each other at the arena. And we figured it was an opportunity to really blend it together. We brought the idea to Tony. He gave us a thumbs up. Which is, I think, one of the coolest things about being here is we have a boss that trusts us, but also knows when to put his foot down whether it's getting a little bit crazy. But he trusts us to put together the pre tapes that we're doing every single week, whether we're doing it on dynamite or we're doing that, whatever you call it. We put together these little promos where we promote the next city, and they're super game. Yeah, local promos. So he trusts us with that. And you trust us with max and I with the music videos. People always love those things. And actually, people started coming around and us after we did the goth phase music video, but we had been doing them for, I remember the entire time for a long time. Before every match that you had pretty much. Yeah, we would do actually, I don't know if you saw it. We did a whole series on you and max called road to kicking the shit out of the inner circle. We had a whole story. I brought my best friend and Nico. He played Gino Jericho, your Italian cousin from New Jersey that you kicked out of the house because you're such a bad person. All of these things, and if it made TV, I feel like people probably would have came around. That's the thing with our show. It's so jam packed. It's hard to get that stuff on, but that's true character building. But we also have a big social media presence. So you got to just put it out there and keep it rolling because it does make a difference. Yeah. I'll show you that afterwards. You're probably. I saw a couple of, I didn't see the Geno Jericho though one, but I remember I remember you did a couple on us because that was way back. Gosh, what was that November of 2020 or September? It was earlier than that. I think that was in February of 2021. So that's my point. It was a long time ago, you know? So last few things and when you come out in the wheelchair and I saw last week everyone was doing the scissor thing with their hands. Is that what I think it is? What does that come in from? Scissoring is simply a sign of friendship. Nothing more. Get your mind out of the gun. That was another thing like organically. A lot of things that people love about the acclaim of all been organic stuff, which is, I think, pretty cool too. There was one time in dark or I hit my little pose where I put my hand down. It looks like the a and then max came up from behind. I think he had just a rib me. Tried to catch me with the scissor. And I reacted to it. Wow, what are you doing? Again, in the beginning, I was super safe with things. I wouldn't really just yes and from an improv. Probably like and they actually asked us to stop doing it for a little bit. And then I think max milked my fingers once. Which was even worse. Go back to the scissoring. But I was on the floor, I can't remember what match it was, but I knew we were on to something when the entire front row had their hands out and they're all yelling bowens. Scissor me. And then it just became a thing. And now we do meet and greet. We just did one last weekend where we signed for a good four or 5 hours straight. It just constantly every single person wanted to scissor. They wanted to double scissor. They wanted to change scissors. They wanted to do all kinds of scissors. So it's a thing now. It's the new craze in the bandsaw. Man, you know, like you mentioned organically is the best way for anything. What happens organically? That's when you know it's got some steam behind it. So last few things for you. Now that you're back, you're healthy again, what's your goals in AW? First of all, tag team gold. I think we have more than what it takes to be at the top of the stack team division to be holding the gold. Carrying that weight for the representing the company, I should say. That's probably our biggest goal. But I have so many different things like to take things one step at a time. I'd love to be TNT champion, obviously. I'd love to be world champion at some point. But I just want to keep showing people that Anthony bowens, the acclaimed, we're fantastic performers, are great sports entertainers. We're superstars and we want to keep getting that point across every single week and hope people have fun with us. What's your favorite match you ever had? Oh. My favorite match is there a few? There could be a few, but the most fun I ever had was with Kevin Matthews in this rinky dink place in Brooklyn. I can't remember the name of it, but it looked like almost like a car garage type vibe, but it was super narrow so there would only be fans on one side of the ring and it would just go all the way back..

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"bowen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:41 min | Last month

"bowen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And then I hear you go one more time. I'm like, okay, and then it was even more extreme in the wrong direction. And that kind of let you down. And then I'm Chris, I'm telling you, my heart sank down into my stomach. You shot up past. And you're like, what's this? What's this move? I was like, but then I realized one thing I was this kid is terrified. And then max MJF tells the story where I just went, okay, please explain to me what I'm supposed to do. And I'll never forget the look on your face 'cause you were so scared like terrifying. I was frightened, but I'm also no selling the fact that my knees is in excruciating pain. So I'm like, okay, my knees in pain, this guy that I look up to hates me. I'm probably gonna get fired tomorrow. I need to hit this move. I explain it to you. We roll again. We hit it. The match goes off. Actually, I'm supposed to dive onto MJF after this. I do a house show. And I jump up and my knee, I couldn't get it up off the ground, so my toe hit the top rope, and I nosedive face first into the outside. Oh, wow. And by that point, I had just had it. I laid there, and people were checking on me. I was like, I don't want to talk to you. I just want to go to the hospital. Well, and you guys wouldn't even know this because I was always really involved in the edits of my match. And it was flawless. It looked amazing. But I remember that the fourth time I was like, okay, now I'm getting embarrassed, because I got what do we have? 20 people in the crowd. But all these people, there's some online, Chris Jericho go to Chris Jericho, this country, I'm like, Chris Jericho's not taking I'm like, this sucks. I know it's not your fault. What am I doing wrong? And I remember it's like, Danielle, can you please just tell me what we're supposed to do? And we did it. But then I remember that dive because I was like, what happened there? And we had to zoom in on it and tighten it up, or whatever it was, but oh my gosh, I was laughing so hard. I went to Tony after said it is not his fault. I had no idea what we were doing there. My apologies. I feared for my job. I was like, these guys are going to think I suck. I'll never work here again. That was all on me. That was all on me. So let's talk about as we start to wind down here because you mentioned that you work against the Young Bucks. There are some other big matches and one of them was against sting, who you said was the guy that got you into wrestling in the first place. Yes. How was that for you kind of getting to that position when now you're wrestling one of your heroes? Very cool. So I still haven't really soaked in everything yet because I'm still, I guess I'm always looking for what's the next thing and how we can continue to grow. So I appreciate it, but I guess it just doesn't really hit me. That was one of the nights where everything hit me. That was the first match that I saw with him was this thing in Hogan Stargate, which was in Washington, D.C.. That night, it was my 9th anniversary as a wrestler. We may have had a dynamite in Washington, D.C.. Oh, wow. And it was his first night back on TBS. Oh, that's cool. So it was a super cool, almost like life coming full circle moment. The match was great. He was, he was super happy with it. It was really cool. I think that turning point for me, though, was the match with Danielson. These are your single matches. Then they say this too. You went on a tear of your matches were excellent. Your singles match. Thank you. Excellent stuff. Because also too in your tag team and when one guy has to do single sometimes, you're not as much in practice, but you can tell that you were probably wrestling singles for most of your career. Yes. I can't remember what other specific ones, but the dancing one was good. Who else did you work with? Jungle, Darby, mox. All those mocks was good. That was another good one. The Darby one was good, so I feel like I was a bit underappreciated the first year here. Well, they know you. Yeah, I didn't really have the opportunity to kind of show what I can do because we have limited spots on TV. So we got to make the most of them. And a lot of the times it was very heavy on the wrap, and then we're a heel tag team. So we're not going to be doing much cool stuff. That's not really the story of what we're doing. The story is, of course. These baby faces that have this program going on. So there wasn't really that much opportunity for me to show that I've been a high caliber professional wrestler for on the Indies. We're very, very long time as a singles wrestler. And I didn't really have the opportunity to show that or have any showcases, I guess. Outside of just being a tag team. So Danielson apparently asked Tony to wrestle me, which I thought was cool in a really big moment for me in the sense that I think he's one of the best guys that you're right. And the world currently. And if he sees something enough in me to want to work with me, that's a big confidence boost and went out there. We crushed it and I think that was kind of where people were like, oh, he's actually really good pro wrestler. And I proved that. And then I had to prove to people that I'm also a fun personality. And that's kind of where I'm at now with the in the wheelchair. Or what the wheelchair was. Was this the same knee injury from before, the meniscus? No, it's the oven. Okay, so you've been out for a while but you're back now, but you're up for a bit. And once again, pro wrestling style, sickman wheelchair. You could have been in a wheelchair for a year. You're lucky that you're out by now. Yeah, but it was my idea because I was coming out and people were like, why isn't bowens wrestling? I felt like there should be a reason. Yeah, some story behind it. And I also knew that we were building up to a pay per view. So it's not like we're going to have a ton of time to do things. So I figure if we have wheelchair bones.

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Drivers fume over rising gas prices

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Drivers fume over rising gas prices

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"bowen" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

I Said No Gifts!

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"bowen" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

"Is up to. And I will say I agree with you. This is such a beautiful thing to do. I will say to have two parents named Matt, have a 9 year old son and for the parents to be in their late 20s. That sounds like a Sims house. It sounds like a Sims house. I commend these people for what they have done. For literally saving a life, but I don't know. I don't know, but of course get the gift, but also if you're only on a casual sort of, if you're only on casual terms with them, still, I don't know. I feel like that's up to them. Except to Kevin. That's up to Kevin. It's up to Kevin. I mean, is the gift for the parents of the child. I think it's for both. I think actually this is way better than a baby situation because like a 9 year old you can zero in on a toy. You can do that with a baby or getting onesies or whatever. It's just like the most boring shit I know, I know. Action figures Pokémon. Go to the 9 year old like in 2022. See, I see it. This is actually, okay, so I'm glad you're giving guidance on this because I don't think I have any. On what a 9 year old bikes. I mean, I just think back, I don't know, 9 year olds like toys they like transformers. I mean, this person has been brought into this kind of bizarre marriage, so they're probably going to need just some level of comfort and security. A book no. See, I'm so bad at this. Sleeping bag. I don't pay for this kid to sleep on. Yes. How about a fun sleeping bag with the 9 year old's favorite character? Batman Superman, we've got Spider-Man LEGO. On LEGO set. I like I said. Legos great. Children love LEGO, there you go..

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"bowen" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

I Said No Gifts!

04:47 min | 6 months ago

"bowen" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

"With you. Look, it's not typical that the beginning of the podcast begins with a giant news flash. But today is a little different. Huge news, Apple podcasts has decided to spotlight. I said no gifts for the month, which is incredible. What an honor, those people know what they're talking about. So we do our little thing here on the show. And when somebody like Apple podcasts decides to notice, I'm glowing. I'm beyond thrilled. And look, what that means is that some new listeners might be filing into the party. And if you're one of those people, I'm very happy to have you. I could spend 30 40 minutes explaining how the podcast works, but I feel like the fact that you were willing to try that you were curious enough to give it a listen speaks volumes about your powerful mind and I have complete faith that you're going to be able to grasp the concept of the show pretty quickly. And then you're going to have a terrific time. Now, if the podcast does end up being too complicated for you, may I suggest turning on a loud fan and listening to the drone of that for your entertainment. That might be more your speed. Okay, so now we've got that out of the way. I have a darker news story to share. I took myself to lunch during a little lunch break today and I am a huge advocate of eating alone and usually have a wonderful time. This energy I have is interesting to me. I want to apologize just for the way I'm even speaking to you right now, but maybe once I tell you what happened to that we'll explain things. I went and got some tacos. And then managed to spray enough hot sauce on my body that I had to do a full outfit change. Again, I absolutely will tell you to eat alone whenever possible, but it does feel different. When you're sitting alone covered in hot sauce. And maybe I'm sharing this with you so you can carry part of my load because I wasn't able to share this with eating companion. So now, my little difficulty is also yours. I'm putting that on you, help me carry the load. Let's get into the podcast. Thrilled about today's guest. We love today's guest. It's Bowen Yang. Welcome to I said okay. Thank you so much. I feel like it would not have necessarily been a less harrowing experience. How.

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 Bean scores 2nd goal in OT, Blue Jackets beat Avs 5-4

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Bean scores 2nd goal in OT, Blue Jackets beat Avs 5-4

"The blue jackets coughed up a two goal lead before Jake bean scored seventy two seconds into overtime to complete a five four victory Colorado beating coal soldier each finished with two goals as Columbus improved to four and in games that go past regulation Colorado got a goal from JT Compher with three twenty six remaining in the third period they tatted on Bowen Byram second goal of the game with fifty two seconds left in regulation Columbus trail to nothing late in the second before scoring four straight to surge ahead Jenner's goal made forty two I'm

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Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2

"The avalanche scored three times in the game's first nine minutes opening their season with the fortitude decision over the Blackhawks that early advantage made things easy for netminder Darcy Kemper who made thirty two saves in his Colorado debut a lot of fun to finally play a real game of this group sh you know a lot of talent in this locker room so it's fun to be a part of them are always fun to have to start off with a big win with the season I'm just going to keep building now Jack Johnson Gabriel Landeskog and Bowen Byram each beat Marc Andre Fleury to give the avs the early three nothing lead well Nazim Kadri added a fourth goal in the second period much to the delight of the sellout crowd at ball arena Bruce Morton Denver

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How Being a Spy Prepared Christina Hillsberg For Parenting

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

02:40 min | 1 year ago

How Being a Spy Prepared Christina Hillsberg For Parenting

"Now how did you first see that. As a parent. I wouldn't think necessarily like cia. Training and parenting have a lot. I would think those van diagrams are just two separate circles right. But what even gave you this concept. I love that you said van diagram because that is totally how. I've used to see a. And i describe it like that a lot because i thought of like. Here's my life over here at the cia and then it became apparent and they're like these two separate spheres but really there is so much overlap in it wasn't until i had observed away. My husband was parenting. So he had three kids when we met and they were six eight and nine and he was already using some of these principles. And i remember. I was kind of skeptical at first. Because i had viewed visas parts of my life. And i always thought i would be more of a helicopter type parent. I was a lot more anxious than he was. Of course. I was coming from the analytic side. I was someone who's more data driven. More kind of black and white. The way i viewed the world or my husband is much more kind of suave lives in the gray true spy i suppose and you know he was using some of these principles and i noticed that he gave his kids so much autonomy but he also just kinda gave him this independence. They were making purchases in the store by themselves. They were all able to ride a motorcycle at those ages. They were shooting bowen arrow. They would just really interesting kids so well rounded and that's one of the key qualities that we emphasize throughout the book. It's this idea of being well rounded because when you're conducting espionage you're building relationships with other people with an ultimate goal of getting them to agree to a clandestine relationship with the cia riots union to build trust with them and one of the best ways to build trust is to build a rapport through common interests and socio officers often want to be very multifaceted so that they can build these relationships with people in so that's a concept that we've adapted with our kids and that was one of the things that i noticed right off the bat with ryan's kids when we were dating was that they were so multifaceted and they i mean they were more interesting than i was and i was nearly thirty years old and i was like. Oh my goodness these kids have all these hobbies their incredible and so i knew he was doing something right. You might think from the outside that teaching kids to ride motorcycles and shoot bows arrows and being ready for any outcomes that that would create kids who are constantly looking over their shoulder who were fearful or who lived in our reality where something really bad's going to happen all the time but in practice you have found that's actually the opposite is true exactly so yeah it does the opposite. It's not raising them to be paranoid thinking that there's danger lurking around every corner. You know instead. Were preparing them to go out in the world by introducing these ideas in a very organic adventurous and fun way over

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Actress Julie Bowen, Sister Rescue Woman Who Fainted on Utah Hike

Fox News Sunday

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Actress Julie Bowen, Sister Rescue Woman Who Fainted on Utah Hike

"bowen" Discussed on Bliss of the Abyss

Bliss of the Abyss

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"bowen" Discussed on Bliss of the Abyss

"The here now. Welcome back to the bliss of the abyss finding freedom in the unexplored in the unexpected. You may be able to hear that. My voice is a little bit hoarse. I wonder if that's got to do with yelling about football at any point. Or if that's just no mo- moving swiftly. On from the crushing disappointment that was zero. Twenty twenty. I have a fantastic episode for you. Bliss heads out there this week. Apparently that called bliss heads now robert. Thank you very much ruskin. I didn't know my pleasure this week. We have dr raven bogan. dr raven. Born is the ceo of national ugly mugs a uk wide charity aimed to end violence against sex workers. Her involvement in community development with sex workers spanish three decades in canada and the uk. Her book work money and geology trading sex as a side. Hustle is based on her. Phd research about the lives of people who live jewell lives by working in sex industries alongside mainstream or square jobs. This was an absolutely fantastic and very interesting and enlightening conversation about this world. That i didn't know that much about but the is growing and at an ever present in in a in an era of steady and internet entrepreneurs quite frankly an a changing landscape of legislation that sometimes criminalizes and sometimes seeks to decriminalize these behaviors. That there really is no legislating in one way or another other than with safety. I think as a paramount. Anyway you will hear my raw. The uneducated But from the hall opinions and dr bowen's very educated and also from the hot opinions as well as the head in this episode It was a fantastic cha. And i really really recommend that you check out dr bones work and there's a special discount code for my listeners for the.

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Bowen Yang Is Funny Because He's Gay, Not Asian

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Bowen Yang Is Funny Because He's Gay, Not Asian

"But here's the real deal, okay? I'm gonna tell you something that no one else is gonna tell you, because they don't have the balls to say it. And it's not even a ballsy statement. It's just so fucking obvious. You're trying to honor a man for being a funny Asian, right? We get it. In light of all the stop Asian hate, all that bullshit, it's become a thing to hold up Asian people in Asian cultures so that we can all get along and hopefully forget that it was China who developed the fucking pandemic that changed the world and fucked up everything. We all see what's going on. And if you add Joe Biden's heart on for the middle kingdom, it's really not surprising Boeing Yang would get a nomination. It's perfect timing. After fucking parasite won best picture, you could just see how badly America was about to go down on any and all Asian cultures. It's gross. But here's the real truth of the matter. Boeing Yang is funny, not because he's Asian. He's funny because he's gay because he's openly gay. He's a very creative, very funny, gay dude. That's why he stands out in sketches that he performs in or rights. It's his over the top queer attitude, something we've rarely seen if ever on SNL. Terry Sweeney was openly gay. He wasn't that funny. John millhiser, you don't even know the fuck he is. He was on SNL. He's gay. You know, solar, Denny Dillon. Did he advance? No one knew she was a lesbian to let her she died. Punky Johnson was gay. None of them are funny. Let alone over the top gay. Kate McKinnon, we know is a lesbian and maybe one of the top 5 funniest members of all time. But you never know she was a lesbian until somebody told you. But Boeing Yang is the type of gay dude that leaves the fucking pride parade down the streets of vintage village and ends up finding a glory hole in the meatpacking district. That's why he's funny and that's why he was

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Was Bowen Yang Nominated for an Emmy Because He's Asian?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Was Bowen Yang Nominated for an Emmy Because He's Asian?

"We gotta get ready to be so happy because Boeing Yang. Boeing Yang has made both Emmys and Saturday Night Live history. Who's Bowen Yang, AJ, come on, don't tell me you don't watch SNL. No, I don't anymore. Never makes me laugh. Well, listen, the show is always good for at least two or three chuckles and one really big laugh. So I always tune in 'cause I want the show to do well. It's been such a part of my life and our lives, and I don't wish it to suck. I wanted to do well. But I grant you not every year has been good. Although, this falling Yang guy, he is, he is funny. But it's his first year on the show and he's become the first Chinese American drum roll, please. To receive an Emmy nomination, oh my God, not only that, in addition to becoming the first Chinese American male acting nominee, he's also become the first SNL featured player to receive a nomination for the Emmy Awards. It's just the latest mark that Boeing Yang has left on SNL since he joined the cast in 2019. And when he did so, he became the first ever Asian cast member, which is a fucking lie, I'll get to that in a second. But no one cares. Nobody cares if they're wrong anymore. People are right these things. They don't care if they're wrong. Boeing Yang obviously from a mile away looks very Asian. He's also very gay. So we can't mistake him. Is he Asian? Do you think he said? Yes, he's Asian. But there were two other people on SNL who have Asian blood. But you know, what's the point? Why dimples dabble in facts? You know, we got to get the story out and make a big deal. Because he's up for an Emmy. He's up for an Emmy because of that very fucking reason. Because he's visibly Chinese. That's

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Expert Weighs in on Unprecedented Heat Waves in the West

BZ Flashback

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Expert Weighs in on Unprecedented Heat Waves in the West

"I'm I'm joined joined by by Steve Steve Bowen, Bowen, managing managing director director and and head head of of Catastrophe Catastrophe Insight Insight at at

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Growing Gently: Honeysuckle and Hilda, the Floral Work of Claire Bowen

Cultivating Place

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Growing Gently: Honeysuckle and Hilda, the Floral Work of Claire Bowen

"Welcome claire what a pleasure to speak with you jennifer. Thank you so much. I'm so pleased to be talking to you as i said to you. I know off the record already. I'm so flattered to be asked. So thank you for taking the time to talk to me today. I would love to have you describe for listeners. Your own current personal medicine for your flower and gardening practice. What would that be clear. So my my real mission. One one that i think that i said hopefully i'm relatively new to the world of flowers. It was something. I've always wanted to be involved in. But i think i knew from the outset that i think what i would describe it as going gently before i began this. I had done quite a lot of environmental campaigning. And that was something. That was very important to me. And i came to flowers. Maybe five years ago six years ago when it wasn't quite as mainstream Ideas as it is now. And also i think to do it with kindness. I think it's really important to encourage and teach other innoventions. And so i think going gently as a as an Is probably where. I am

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Bowen Yang on How His Journey to SNL

Chosen Family

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Bowen Yang on How His Journey to SNL

"Bowen yang. Thank you for joining us. Thanks so excited. This is my debut on the cbc really. Are you kidding me. I think so well they will actually know you know you know what happened after we did boehner high on. Snl someone did reach out from cbc. They're like can hop on an interview. And i might the publicists At nbc said maybe not the best idea just because people seem to be very upset fits the best not accept people even further. You understand why people were upset. I know all the reasons people are obsessed up to all of them and i apologize deeply. Montrealers love when montreal is spoken about especially in something american but the irony is that as soon as we get that acknowledgement were immediately critical of it. Like they didn't get it right. It's not good answer for us but your sketch was so good. It was silly. It was fully character that was completely inaccurate. I understand anyone being upset or taking issue with it. But i'm the same way a- anytime someone acknowledges me anytime i get any attention if it's even slightly different from the kind of attention i want. Then i get very upset. But i think one thing that a lot of people don't know about you is that you actually live in quebec and so there is a real connection. I would happen. I i grew up in. I grew up in brossard and i spoke french better that i spoke english. I like. i spoke french better than they spoke. Mandarin i like it was i was truly like one of y'all got plucked away.

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U.S. Begins Indirect Talks With Iran on Reentering Nuclear Deal

Forum

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Begins Indirect Talks With Iran on Reentering Nuclear Deal

"To try to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal which lifted sanctions on Tehran in return for limits on its nuclear activities. Jeremy Bowen has the details. There's strong evidence that the original deal in 2015 stopped to steady slide towards a war over Iran's nuclear plans. But the deal known as the J C P O A has bean in intensive care since President Trump pulled the US out of it in 2018. Iran insists it does not want nuclear weapons. Now the U. S. And Iran both want to revive the deal. They need to find a way for the Americans to live Trump sanctions. On for the Iranians to return to agreed limits on the enrichment of uranium, which can be used to make a bomb. Iran says it won't meet the Americans face to face until that happens. Report by the World Bank has

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Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward

Your Brain on Facts

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward

"The most common example in europe and later america is the werewolf accursed man who turns into a bloodthirsty beast under the full moon. The word where wolf comes from the old english rare for man and wolf for wolf. Dvd players and underworld fans. Please resist the urge to correct this to liken throat. Because they're actually different things. It has a parallel etymology from lucan therapists in the greek for wolf and human but it originally applied not to supernatural. Bc's but to people who thought they were supernatural beasts bc's according to the physician galen when people these days present with animals delusions they may be diagnosed with clinical like hanthropy like throats can transform at will and they have a more specific story than where wolves as an institution do in greek mythology lie cone the king of arcadia who got it in his head. That was not as initiatives people believed and that he was just the right guide approve it in the most popular version of the myth like cohn held a ceremony and feast to honor zeus. Zeus showed up. The main dish on the table was the roasted flesh of cones own son. Nick demus scheme being that would eat nikomas thinking it was pork thus proving. He wasn't all knowing turns out he was rather than kill like own. Outright zeus turned him into a wolf and resurrected the prince who then ascended to the throne but where wolves unlike in throats. There are half a dozen underworld films if you need more of that and even though there are many different werewolf legends in many different cultures. We're going to do our best to stay out of europe and away from wolves today as usual much easier said than done. Let's spin the globe around and see where to stop and stop brazil. The home of the boto and can tato the dolphin-shaped shifter of amazon river folklore during the day. The boto one can tato cavorts in the amazon living. It's best pink dolphin life if you've never seen pictures of pink river dolphin there's a link in the show notes. They're sort of mother. Nature meets lisa frank at night though the boto transforms into a handsome young man who seduces girls gets them pregnant and then pops back to his river. Come morning you will see this pattern of behavior repeatedly today the boto and can tato loves a party. They can't resist inviting themselves. So if you're having a get together in the amazon river basin keep a close eye on your single girlfriends because it's really hard to serve a dolphin with a paternity suit. You should be okay if your party is endorsed. Though boto cantatas may look human but they have a distinct tell they retain their blow holes on the back of their heads and will always wear a hat to hide it asking that handsome stranger to take his hat off inside may be the only way to reveal the bodo and cantata renowned for being charming to the point that partygoers will beg them to stay even as morning encroaches and the bowen can tato needs to get back to the water and they aren't one trick dolphins either they have the power to control storms and can transform humans into an cantatas themselves or afflict them with disease or insanity. Most people who live near the amazon won't go near it between dusk and dawn or won't go in the water alone during the daytime because in cantatas are fond of ducting humans. They fall in love with the children born of their dalliances or just anybody near the river. Who looks like they be good company.

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Byron Wins Florida Stretch of the NASCAR Homestead Cup

The Final Lap

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Byron Wins Florida Stretch of the NASCAR Homestead Cup

"The florida stretch of the nascar cup series scheduled for twenty twenty one rolled on from homestead miami speedway over the weekend sunday as a matter of fact cup series racing race. Recap style ten to one here. We go kyle busch at number ten. You've got alex. Bowen that forty eight car. Kurt busch recovered from well. We'll talk about it in a second. Ryan newman michael mcdowell continues history. Can you believe this of all top. Ten's here in twenty twenty one. Same thing for kevin harvick at number five. Then you've got kyle larson notching top five martin tricks junior and tyler rettig. He actually ties his best career cup series finished at number two two victory now. He won stage two. He led the most laps at one hundred and two. He started the race. thirty first. And william byron wins the race taking his second career

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Conviction in landmark case over Syrian government torture

Not Too Shabby

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Conviction in landmark case over Syrian government torture

"The German foreign minister. Hi comas has welcomed the conviction of a former Syrian secret policemen on charges of complicity in crimes against humanity. The court jailed I'll eyeball Ghareeb for 4.5 years. Jeremy Bowen reports. The convicted man he had al Carib was a relatively low level operative among thousands of others in the Syrian regime's highly developed network of coercion and repression. He rounded up suspects who were later tortured and killed at a time in 2011. When the uprising against President Bashar al Assad was gaining strength on the regime was hitting back hard. The verdict is a legal landmark. The prosecution was intended as a test case to build up a body of evidence about the actions of the regime of President Assad that could be used in other trials, not

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Tuch, Fleury help Knights cruise to 3-0 win over Avalanche

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Tuch, Fleury help Knights cruise to 3-0 win over Avalanche

"In the second period the golden knights scored all of the games goals and shut out the avalanche three nothing with the win Vegas leapfrog its way past Saint Louis to the top spot in the NHL west Alex Tuch picked up two of the night second period goals we really try to be hard to get our top guys and I think it led to a little bit of offense too and we were able to bury our chances I thought we played hard tonight we don't give any space and it worked out for us tuck scored just twenty one seconds into a power play then was credited with the goal when the puck bounced off Colorado defenseman Bowen Byram into the net Jonathan marches so made it three nothing the knights Marc Andre Fleury stopped thirty four shots Bruce Morton Denver

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Maleah Davis stepfather Derion Vence held on $1 million bond in girl's disappearance, Houston

Sean Hannity

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Maleah Davis stepfather Derion Vence held on $1 million bond in girl's disappearance, Houston

"27 year old dairy invents was the mother's boyfriend and the last to see the girl alive in May of 2019 grand jury indicted Vince but tampering with evidence in the death of four year old million Davis. He's also charged with injury to a child causing serious bottling injury. Part of bond conditions. The state requested that he had no contact with Bernie Bowen's the mother of Million Davis or any member of the Davis family, Miss Wells, any child under the age of 17. They requested he submit to random drug testing and wear a GPS monitor. The defense argued that wearing a monitor was quote overkill, but the judge allowed it. That's Channel two's Britney Jeffers reporting. Malia Davis's remains were found four weeks later. Next door highway in Arkansas. Ktrh news time It's 203. Now, Microsoft says. It's a red alert. Microsoft is sounding the alarm

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"bowen" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

The God and Gigs Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"bowen" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

"There's things that we want for ourselves. That god wants more for you. But the problem is we see persecutor God means going from everything i love to do. And we don't understand. This guy is like i as your father. Wanna give you these gifts that you want but i got way more for you so i felt a lot of creativity in my prayer time. We're gonna pray. I'll take something like this clipboard. And i got cancelled. I'm sitting here sketching out ideas and guys giving me stories and songs music. Wait a minute been doing this sooner. How much more would accomplished how much more wealth i miss. Not on all things. A lot of was missed. What god really has for us. Because we think he's was be religious. He's it'd be religious deepen some kind of monk and guys like you kidding me. I know the plans. I have for their goods. Like i'll give you these to enjoy. But i don't want you to get him from ideology. I wanted to get them from me. You've just heard the incredible testimony of paris. Bowen's a musician composer creative artists and one of the most influential people behind some of the most influential music that you've heard in gospel r&b and beyond and he shared his heart with us in this episode. He has a incredible member of the garden. Gigs community from the get. Go but what he shares today is going to help you to live your best life to embrace the spiritual journey that you might be on even if it has twist and turns and realize that there's more ahead of you than behind you as a god centered creative. I appreciate him so much for his heart. And i want you to make sure you plug in and listen to every word of this interview. It's a life changing.

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New Yorker fires Jeffrey Toobin for exposing himself on Zoom

Retire with Integrity with Brian Bowen

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

New Yorker fires Jeffrey Toobin for exposing himself on Zoom

"USA. Jeffrey Toobin has been fired by The New Yorker following an investigation into last month's incident in which he exposed himself and other improprieties on a work zoom call to been announced his dismissal in a tweet on Wednesday, a spokesman for The New Yorker also confirmed Toobin's firing two variety of the spokesperson said. As a result of our investigation, Jeffrey Toobin is no longer

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"bowen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"bowen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back. It is retire with integrity with Brian Bowen in a song that everybody knows, and everybody loves. It was this week back in 1986 Brian that Bon Jovi released Living on a prayer on VH one. They declared that to be the best song of the 19 eighties, and I tend to agree with it and sometimes successful artist and you hear this all the time with musicians. They get tired. Playing and singing the same songs night after night, Jon Bon Jovi. On the other hand, Brian says he never gets tired of singing that one because it's made him about $100 million. I'm sure that makes it quite a bit more simple. I like to be my favorite as well, especially when he leaves the concert class home in that private jet that it helped him buy exactly right. So you and I don't suffer from that issue, but but it's hard to take artist serious when they like. I like singing that song anymore. Okay, well, most people don't like going to the office every day. It's hard to feel bad for you. I tell people look, if you don't like what you're doing, keep there is something better that you will enjoy. Yeah, it's true. I mean, if you really don't enjoy it. Quit your job. Find something. Maybe I'll do that. Now, order but find something and you're making less money. You'll be a happier person. Absolutely. So you have less money, but somehow you'll figure it out well, But money is not the most important thing. I mean, it's very important. I'm not trying to downplay it. I'm not trying to say I don't care about it. Everybody does. But there are more things that are more important. Absolutely money. I mean, I love my job. Personally, My kids think I'm crazy they wanted. Why do you like you know, you found my money and you know investments and does Just doesn't know it does. But I love it. So I look, I look forward to the day you know, some Monday mornings or not, You gotta gotta get rolling here. But once you get the week Oh, and I love our job. A lot of the people I love are clients who've worked with love meeting new people. Our employees are great and fantastic. I mean, they've all become friends. I mean, it's it's It's neat building the relationships. We build a house thing, but he built a house once and you build that house that they might have the house for 2030 years. You're never going to see that builder again, Right? Maybe comes back a couple times to fix things, but we see our clients all the time, and we get to go through the good times and bad times with him, right. It's like any kind of relationship..

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"bowen" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"bowen" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Game. We have to look at ways that we can go stand up so we could go out and make a difference. Because that's what we were born to do. You're listening to life matters with tony. Chapman talking to orlando bowen courage to listen to podcasts. You need to feel this person's emotions is sense of positivity and this is a person cfl star contract extension wonderful wife child one on the way beaten to the point of losing his career almost his life at the hands of bad cops and he goes through this any gets handcuffed and he gets tried and you get drugs planet. All of this gets acquitted for good reason. But i don't want to spend any more time talking about two thousand and four. I now want to talk about what orlando is. Doing to bring positivity to both youth and everybody that's around of orlando bombed. Welcome back to the show honored to be here. Tony tell me a little bit about what you're doing now with both your foundation. I'd love you to start with youth. Because i think that your investment in youth is really where are the future of all the candidate allies in terms of how they feel inspired and motivated and tell us a little bit about what. You're doing We i run a youth leadership. Charity called one voice one team so twenty one. I say one voice. I invite with passion and energy to say one team one voice one team. Yeah there you go. So it's all about empowering and equipping young people to see beyond their current circumstances and to understand that they're not alone in this journey the things that they may face That may challenge them. That may sometimes seem insurmountable. May actually we may actually be one of life's gifts to them that they can use connect with others on a deeper level and and used those experiences to pull hope and positivity and possibility into other people's lives by the way that they choose to show so orlando's they have a chance to have that time with you. But what advice can you give people listening because a lot of youth or they're running away to personal devices to social media to a network where they can disguise persona they can create their own identity. It's not real. What advice can you give people listening to say. What can we do to make sure that their sense of self esteem insert with today's young people. young people need spaces where they can be heard. Young people need spaces where they can feel and know that they're connected to something that's bigger than them spaces where they don't need to put on an avatar or a mask or filter right. They can just be open and honest authentic and they won't be judged as a matter of fact they'll be celebrated for the fact that they showed up as their authentic selves. So in that. I feel like one of the things that powerfully lend itself to that is that we as adults are willing to model that and he went to model things that have challenged us but understanding that the challenges a part of the journey and that through these challenges were able to be able to give hope to others who have faced similar or other challenges who have been in spaces where they felt like. They weren't going to be able to make it or that. They didn't matter so much or that they didn't have anyone or reason to hope. we are. That and we have a responsibility. I believe to show up in those ways that solidify that for young people t find at with social media. And i'm not picking on social media but there's a sense of bravado. We all live the most interesting life while looking for likes and validation. Is it harder for somebody face to face to have humility to say that they're scared to reach out for help. Because they live in this world. I believe it is harder for people face to face to admit that we need help or that we feel alone or that. We're being challenged by something because there's so much pressure and it's by design through social media algorithms for the different platforms. It is by designed to feed certain parts of our of our brain right to to help us feel like okay. I'm being validated. This person liked this this comment. I have to present myself like the perfect parts of my life. Which means that i have to have perfect parts to present so i think when when we get into spaces then face to face. People are feeling if they don't have that perfect life if they can't project that perfect image like they did on social media. They feel less than or they feel that. Maybe they don't have something to contribute. Where when it's quite the opposite right there. We all have tremendous value that we bring to the table and we're all going to face. Challenges is a part of life but when we can be in spaces that we can be open honest and authentic. That's when real conversation can happen. Which leads to real change and real possibility. You know it's it's interesting and almost ironic. Did hollywood paints you know. Wealthy lies entitled lies. These wonderful is so much of your learning came from growing up with your grandparents. Your parents working three jobs in the sense of mentorship and love and guidance. And i love what you're doing and i see your work with youth and the look in their eyes and they're shining is gonna follow orlando bone and it's look at the stuff that he's doing and these people are are coming together as humans. It's almost tribal. it's almost. It's almost celebrating. That we are human beings. There's no there's no color there's no diversity it's just all this energy you take this message. Also corporations is that harder for you. Do you ever feel like you're an impostor getting on. I've seen you on stage. A thousand people in the room. How do you get to curse to go up there and say my experiences and what i've learned is something of value to that audience. You know tony. I feel one of the things that has happened. You know through the whether it's the black lives matter movement or watching george floyd. It's murder that you can't unseen what you've seen also can hear what i've heard and we've been in spaces corporate spaces and youth spaces where we've had. I've had young people and a season corporate veterans. Come up to me and thank me for a message. That shifted their perspective that save their life and i'm talking about people giving specifics like today at four thirty six when i get out of this program my plan was to go home and take my life because i didn't feel like my life had purpose right and based on what was shared. I now know that it does when you have those conversations or i've been in maximum security presents an have adding someone who has almost twenty years left on his sentence. Say where were you. I didn't know there was another path. I can't unsee or unclear that right. So i know i have a responsibility to share messages. That are bringing people together. Not just allowing people talk about wound to right. It's a word you in the south of africa. That means i am because you are right. I am a human being because of your humanity and not only am. I willing to stand for your humanity. I'm willing to do all that. I can with all that. I am to honor that humanity even if it means putting myself in harm's way because we are interconnected as human beings so with that understanding. I'll be uncomfortable stepping in front of corporate stages because that's what it takes sometimes to save people to move the would your front of people like this and you're talking with them. Is it you talking or do you think you're channeling something higher watching you on stage you almost morph into this decide fantastic soul. That just puts it out there. Well i think this is the first time ever in our conversation like this where i feel exactly that i feel like my the one of the reasons my life than antonis because my life has purpose as do the lives of the folks that are in those audiences and i have a responsibility to channel.

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"bowen" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"bowen" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Some of the top of his games a professional athlete married child one on the way but he ended up being in the wrong place at the wrong time and he attracted a severe beating that he didn't ask for and he didn't deserve this beating wasn't a mugging or some kind of territorial warfare who was from bad cops now many. I would argue. The vast majority of us spend our life coming to terms with injustice trying to manage rage but not discussed. He took his near death experience. Set off on a quest positively impact thousands of lives and his questions only begun and the next hour. You're going to learn about forty two and forgiveness and how to matter to the people that matter most you. You're listening to the iheartradio candidate talk network and this is life matters with tony chapman presented by rb. See by tony chapman. Today i'm living one of my dreams hosting a national radio show called life matters. So where did the start or spent. Three decades is an entrepreneur built a couple of advertising agencies. That have research firm inducted in the marketing hall of legends. And then i spent eight years traveling. The world speaking hosting conferences and contributed conversation in mainstream and social media. With covid hit with the supporter. I launched a podcast called chatter. That matters where cut to the chaos and confusion to focus on what matters most to your life and livelihood. Let's talk about life matters and why the show matters to you. First of all positive. I imagine if you like me. You're so tired is fire. Hose and negatively pushing you. Back every day the suffocation that happens when you're bombarded with news at the skies fine that the walls are closing in the finger pointing the widening. Divide a society. It's impacting our individual and collective mental health. We're feeling uncertain an insecure and the things that are impossible. The second thing about this shows. It's real this. Isn't some self help. Five steps to happiness district that i'm going to share with you stories of ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things. In spite of their circumstances will admire their fortitude will be inspired by their actions most importantly ply their life lessons to help each of us get to where we need to go five successful and positively shape. How you think feeling behave and anytime during the show texts me at seven ten ten. What you're thinking and feeling what matters most to you. And i'll incorporate some of your thoughts upcoming shows. I opened the show compressing a moment of time. A life question to a paragraph the person is referring to orlando bone former. Nfl player currently community advocate an inspirational speaker. But in two thousand and four after four seasons a pro athlete to undercover police officers did not identify themselves. Approach him in a parking lot. They accused him. Dealing drugs. kicked and beat him leading. Severe concussion orlando. Bowen was a hard hitting canadian football league player beaten by two plainclothes officers in jail. Bowen was charged with drug. Possession and assault bone was obviously acquitted of any wrongdoing and just before his acquittal. One of those officers was charged with possession. Trafficking cocaine eventually convicted went to prison. But bowman's flip felker however it was over but story has just begun. Life matters is also available as a podcast download and listen to the latest episode. Find it using your iheart radio. Canada app arlando. Welcome to the show on to hear tony. I'm so excited. And that intro has fired up and wanted to do something with my life fantastic so before you get into that moment in two thousand four described to my listeners. What your life was all about. You know we Very humble beginnings Came to canada's and as an immigrant h three moves to toronto. I spent a lot of time with my with my grandparents and my uncle As my parents are working multiple jobs steady. Working three jobs and So i i ended up spending a lot of time with my with my grandparents and grew up in public housing with not much in terms of materialistic things sometimes not much in terms of full. Always plenty of love and encouragement. I did a podcast series. And i find some of those incredible people had a tough childhood tough in the sense that but toughen we would say not materialistic as you said not always having food on your plate. But they learned a lot from it. What would it be the lessons you at a taken from that upbringing where you might got to your parents and fleeting moments. Because they're working all the time but your grandparents is also had that love. What did you would you take from that. Well the remember of lessons in their tony just in terms of of sacrifice even though we didn't have much. Will you know my grandparents also would take in other. If i had friends that i was outside playing with it. Come on come for dinner. And i'm thinking like we really. We barely have enough. But you know they always wanted to make sure that everybody was good so when one of us eight we all eight so they modeled this notion of leading by example when it came to serving others and uplifting of so you get drafted the cfl taking me to that moment because that's all those hours working through the summer the mentorship by your uncles the belief that your family how did you. How did it feel when you knew. You might have a chance to play professional sports. It was amazing in terms of you know. Having an opportunity to play sport for a living was kind of it was never the end goal. It was it was icing on the cake. Education was always the end goal in our house because that was one thing that that was drilled into us that no matter what happens that can't be taken away from solta leibel to play football game that i love a game that taught me so much and more importantly for me to be able to engage others to the sport football from the platform of the professional athletes. Going in its speaking of mentoring was Was what. I really really cherish about the especially to be able to do that in my hometown of toronto. So how did you prioritize. Because you know you're young you're good looking guy you've got lots going on your role models just saying education. You want to work out athletics. it's fun to be young. How did you decide what was the most important thing for landau. Because youth a lot of it is just chasing pursuit of happy. I think i have some experiences. Twenty where i saw young people go down. Pass that that led to for lack of a better term death and destruction. And i'm not talking about young people who didn't have assets right young people who weren't gifted. They had talents. They added abilities. They had things that they brought to the table. Sometimes they just didn't understand that they didn't see it in themselves. So i have people that saw things in me held me accountable to the greatness that they signed me and as i started to achieve things are started thinking about all the young people who were just like me. Were as talented. Some more talented than i was. That didn't have those people in their lives to say. Go this past. Try this so when i was doing some research on you. I saw some clips some pinball arguably one of the most popular athletes in canada's ever had he got terry talking about orlando and saying i've never met somebody that worked harder also had a greater heart. How did that relationship with coach and it's almost like he was a surrogate father talking here when i finished my university. I did undergrad marketing. A master's in it and working in corporate it in chicago. And i was being started by the argos you know. They invited me to training camp and the biggest question. Really the only question. I asked to speak to pinball about this my said if i make this team will i be able to serve community. Will i be able to give back since then. He said it really threw him for a loop because he thought i was gonna call and ask about. Will you can t playing time. Or i need to more money. But i was asking about service and if you know anything about him more that's his heart so he said if you make his team you and i will go out and serve. And that's exactly what happened all that we could to inspire but also empower and equip young people and others educators police to do what they can to redefine possibilities for young people because pinball and i had both been beneficiaries of people like yourself. Use your brilliance. Use your voice and your platform to redefine possibilities. Tony chapman on life matters. We're talking.

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Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters

Mark Belling

05:56 min | 2 years ago

Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters

"Background because most of you know the story. There's been ongoing protests in Wauwatosa even before the George Floyd situation over this, that and the other thing and They have focused locally on the case of Officer Joseph MENSA, who is the police officer who shot and killed a man who, armed with a stolen gun was part of a group that was causing a disturbance and running toward Mayfair Mall. While armed with that stolen gun. He also had 36 rounds of ammunition and an extended magazine. And according to the police investigation, he fired a shot that officer men sub and protesters have been going after Officer men ever since The wall photos the city council. Recommended that he his employment be terminated in the fire and police Commission has suspended him. As I had predicted. This is not satisfied the protesters who have disrupted government meetings who made wild statements at a public meeting at hard Park, and then on Saturday, I took their protest directly to the home. Off officer Men's his girlfriend, who is a police officer in Milwaukee. Where Officer Benson Wass and a situation developed in which Officer MENSA says that he was shot at Before we talk to Chief Webber. I want to deal with two new developments today. The first A letter that was sent today by Congressman Jim Sense it better. Guys, you probably know this city election today to replace time is the sense of better who's been in the house for a long, long time Republican primary Today is between Clift Temple and Scott Fitzgerald and the Republican candidate for that seed is going to be determined in today's election. But sensitive writer is still there since it brothers. This thick includes portions, but not all of Wauwatosa. He sent the following letter to me, your dentist McBride of Wauwatosa today, Dear Mayor McBride. I write to you today concerning the deteriorating security and policing in Wauwatosa. The protests, which may have started peacefully have been growing ever more violent and the event Saturday night outside the residence of Officer Joseph Mintz have required a meat require immediate leadership and strong action from you. And the elected leaders of Wauwatosa first allow me to be clear that I am and always will be supportive of American citizens. First Amendment rights, having said that ever since the death of George Flight in Minneapolis and the protests and the protests the incident sparked There has been a push by community leaders throughout the country to weaken, defund and abolish police departments in several cities. Locally, Officer MENSA has become the poster child for this movement due to his three officer involved shooting incidents. Officer MENSA has dedicated his life to protecting our community and has been cleared by the Milwaukee County District attorney's office of two of the three shootings in which he has been involved. The third incident is still under review. Despite the decisions by the Milwaukee County D. A. You're common council passed a resolution calling for the termination of officer menses employment with the Wauwatosa Police Department. While I understand the common Council wants to bring reforms that the OPD the consequences of their actions are having serious repercussions for the residents of your community. Citizens of Baba Tosa are being harassed by these protests. Protesters who have now laid siege to a residence in your community where a gun was fired at a home with women and Children inside. Actions like this, and the breakdown of law and order will spread fear and force the citizens of Allah toasted to reconsider their choice to reside there. The mass emigration from your city would be devastating to the very fabric of that community. In addition to the detrimental effect it would have on your tax base schools and city sciences. As I believe we are teetering at a crisis. I am offering my assistance. I stand ready to contact federal law enforcement agencies and bring them to Wauwatosa in order to bring peace and tranquility back to the community. I look forward to hearing from you. Well, we have reached a critical tipping point in Wauwatosa. I am confident that if we work together, we can restore the rule of law. It is crucial that we strive to preserve the excellent quality of life that has drawn so many toe work. And raise their families in Wauwatosa and signed by Jim Sensenbrenner, member of Congress. His district includes portions of the city of Wauwatosa. Seconds slow. State representative David Bowie and Milwaukee who says he was part of the demonstration in protests that occurred outside this residents. That officer Benson was at on Saturday night is saying that nobody tried to kill Officer MENSA, and he's blaming MENSA for all of the developments that occurred. Quoted in the Js online today, Bowen said, and I quote from the story, Bowen said No protesters fired at MENSA during the protest. It should Bob said 50 to 60 people outside menses Wauwatosa home again. It's actually his girl friend's home. But he's residing there. Bowling and other protesters said they were provoked by MENSA before the physical altercation that took place out outside his home quote. It was clearly communicated as we were trying to figure out what happened that it was Joseph MENSA in that tussle that turned off the safety on that firearm and told the trigger. Owen said today, the Wauwatosa Police Department issued a statement saying there is a lot of false information and rumors being circulated on social media and through the news media regarding the events on Saturday night, August 8th outside the home where Wauwatosa Police officer Joseph MENSA was stag best includes an accurate information and allegations contained an official press releases from a state elected official was outside of the home. Well criminal conduct and a shooting occurred. What occurred Saturday night was not organized a peaceful protest. It was a targeted planned act of violence against one of our police officers. In our community. This is an active ongoing investigation and evidence continues to be gathered regarding the events of August 8. Investigators are looking through a large amount of high quality video footage from the scene and are working to identify suspects and vehicles involved in any illegal activity. A statement, then quotes police chief. Very Weber The welcome toast. The Police Department will not stand by and allow this type of intimidating, aggressive, dangerous illegal behavior to occur,

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"bowen" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

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"bowen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Integrity with Brian Bowen. My name is Tuck out. We appreciate you spending time with us. Get ready. Your taxes are going up, Brian, not the way I wanted to start the show, but I feel like that. It is, but it's honest. I mean, you could. You could be upset about it. You can say well, tug. He's trying to scare me to death. But that's not what I'm trying to do it all. I'm just trying to be straightforward with you. Just trying to be honest because of all the stimulus packages. That money's got to be recouped somewhere some way. What way is it going to do with people who have done the right thing that have saved that have scraped to get by that have not bought the biggest the best of the nicest. And have prepared for retirement. And that will be taken advantage of, Unfortunately, not by the people who work hardest for it, but the government to redistribute it in some way or other because there's another stimulus package coming, correct, Brian. That's what they're saying. Yeah, that's what I was comin down the board of the former White House chief Of staff. Mick Mulvaney made the prediction on CNBC. But, yeah, we're gonna talk about that. I mean, is that going to really help the economy? I think they did this in 2008. There's a lot of stimulus checks went out. We still have the recession. There's gonna be an economic downturn. The government can't stop that train. Unfortunately. What it actually usually does is actually drag it out farther. It doesn't It doesn't go down real fast, right and come back up fast. It goes down slowly, slowly, silver over years and years. And so that's actually worse. In my opinion. Yeah, well, the problem is, is that it's going to continue just the way he described and with Mohr stimulus being sent out. The economy. Right now we'll get a little shot in the arm but later down the road, the people who are like I said earlier, trying to do the right thing, That's who's going to pay for all this and our kids and grandkids. We'll pay for all of this stimulus. And I don't like to talk about it. I don't want to talk about it necessarily. But we've talked about financial health, the whole bunch and we talked about your personal health on the show a whole bunch because that's the two main topics of the world right now. Is what is our economy doing and how our people staying healthy. We can't help you stay healthy except for to tell you to go wash your hands if you're comfortable wearing a mask, where mask trying to stay out of big crowds. But live your life as best you can just be smart about it..

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"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"We only have a few minutes to go. Maybe five or so in this in this last segment looks you just get your kind of state of the industry so to speak. What's what's going on in the craft. Beer space right now. Yeah I think craft beer continues to innovate and bring on more customers than ever. I think that you're seeing a little bit of some of the. Some of the big national breweries are struggling a little bit and not because they don't make great beer but it but because you know there are a lot of other craft breweries like evil genius who are local that are really kind of taking some share of mind in that local market. But you know we always have to respect you. Know a lot of the guys that came before US including the big craft breweries like Sierra Nevada. Or something that just make amazing high volumes really high quality beer but you know. I think that people still want to drink craft. I think people are always wanted to going to want to drink craft. You don't start drinking really local and juicy as and all of a sudden go back to yellow beer but later whatever right so so you have. You have a very loyal set of customers that want premium and it's just trying to figure out how best to align your values your company culture your messaging and marketing to what those people want and then your beer has to be a plus top notch and if you can hit things on both those levels than you know. Hopefully you'll be around for a while. Yeah I know the big guys are really cut throat and they go at each other all the time but in talking with beer guys so to speak. I get the sense that in de Craft Beer level. Anyway it's more of a collegial environment and everybody seems to be rooting for everybody else. Is that fair? Yeah that is actually very fair. And actually you know it's even some of the bigger guys like so my friends at work for Molson coors and are just are awesome and they're really pro craft and their fans of beer. I think everybody in the beer industry whether you work for you know big company like Molson coors or evil genius. He's a craft brew. They're all we're all fans of beer. And you know the craft brewery community is like such a close tight knit community that everybody's really trying to help each other and we all share each other's passion in art and things like that and I. I really do believe that you know the culture of craft as well as the culture of you know some of the bigger burris. Some of the Guinness Heineken. Molson coors. It's all very collaborative and positive culture. And I think we're all trying to make sure that people try new beers and are continually innovative from the supplier side. And we're just really trying to connect with customers away. I think we're all really fighting the same fight and speaking the same message. Yeah that's really cool. I like that. What's next for evil? Genius expansion we sell between DC in Massachusetts right now and we're looking to move south. This well is Moving to the western part of the. Us kind of through. Ohio Michigan Down Through Virginia. The Carolinas so geographically we. We've been getting calls for beer. WanNa ship it to more people so just working on that process right now and getting all that down but You know future looks bright and we look forward to keep continuing to grow. Yeah we're excited about that. And then look forward to your continued expansion in the roughly sixty ninety seconds. Or so. We've got left here. Wanted to just ask you for all your experiences. So far for the entrepreneurs out there who are listening. What are some of the biggest lessons that you've learned advice that you may be able to offer to the folks out? There were trying to embark on a new effort to start a business or or day to day grinding into business. Yeah just just keep swimming like that's that's really it? It's it's keep your head above water. Just keep treading water or swimming as fast as you can. Because they're they're definitely some times where you feel like you're effort isn't resulting in any progress and it's usually around that corner right right right after you don't give up that something happens. I mean you know life. Kinda works in mysterious ways. It's not all linear. You can't totally plotted going forward. But you know the longer you're active the longer you you're doing your work and your meeting people in the right way you know stuff does stuff does Kinda turn out and there's no magic bullet bullet. There's no special recipe for it. It's just you know. Continue to put out the effort and work as hard as you can and good things happen it just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not happening and I've seen these these charts all the time about the the spot we're entrepreneurs tend to give up and just beyond that last upper they throw in the flag. That's where the ultimate success happens to your point. So have you ever had those experiences where you're like? I can't believe we're doing this. I'm done and then absolutely. Oh I'd be lying if I said I didn't. I definitely wanted to quit several times. Course like you run it when when you're when you're really trying to move that boulder you get tired like you just. You're mentally drained. You're physically drained. It takes a lot out of you. Entrepreneurship really does. Because there's no one else but you and hopefully. I'm lucky I have a partner. There was somebody else in it with me. But you know it's a very lonely sort of endeavor and sometimes that gets in the way of rational thought and you just have to understand the premises correct. We have a good product or service. We're doing the right things just need to keep going and someone will notice and eventually they will. That's good stuff. I hope you'll come back again and continue to talk about one hundred people genius. This has been a lot of fun. We were talking about Craft Beer and entrepreneurship with Luke Bowen. Who is the CEO of Evil Genius Brands? I'm Dave bookbinder. If you'd like to learn more about me. Feel free to check me out on Lincoln. Facebook and twitter be happy to connect with you. And if you enjoyed what you watched or listened to hear please at the subscribe button and tell your friends all about.

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"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"You don't give up that something happens. I mean you know life. Kinda works in mysterious ways. It's not all linear. You can't totally plotted going forward. But you know the longer you're active the longer you you're doing your work and your meeting people in the right way you know stuff does stuff does Kinda turn out and there's no magic bullet bullet. There's no special recipe for it. It's just you know. Continue to put out the effort and work as hard as you can and good things happen it just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not happening and I've seen these these charts all the time about the the spot we're entrepreneurs tend to give up and just beyond that last upper they throw in the flag. That's where the ultimate success happens to your point. So have you ever had those experiences where you're like? I can't believe we're doing this. I'm done and then absolutely. Oh I'd be lying if I said I didn't. I definitely wanted to quit several times. Course like you run it when when you're when you're really trying to move that boulder you get tired like you just. You're mentally drained. You're physically drained. It takes a lot out of you. Entrepreneurship really does. Because there's no one else but you and hopefully. I'm lucky I have a partner. There was somebody else in it with me. But you know it's a very lonely sort of endeavor and sometimes that gets in the way of rational thought and you just have to understand the premises correct. We have a good product or service. We're doing the right things just need to keep going and someone will notice and eventually they will. That's good stuff. I hope you'll come back again and continue to talk about one hundred people genius. This has been a lot of fun. We were talking about Craft Beer and entrepreneurship with Luke Bowen. Who is the CEO of Evil Genius Brands? I'm Dave bookbinder..

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"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Employees. You also have responsibility to your investors. You did a capital raise a couple of years ago five years ago. Yeah yeah talk about that. What it's like to be involved in a capital raising? And how if at all do you need to behave in a different fashion rather than the day to day? Ceo Persona that you may share with an employee. Yes a really good question so we raised money about three years in a little over three years. We had already established our business and got into that seven-figure mark and revenue before we went out to the capital markets. And that was a really good exercise for us because you know working with real investors who come from because we just need a capital grow every business but you want smart money. You don't want someone just to give you a bunch of money and then you have a third partner. And then they're out to lunch like we have actually really had benefits from. Our investors are people who are on our advisory board you are investors who are executives at companies to help us avoid some of those pitfalls that you run into sort of his younger organization with hiring or corporate culture determining the why things like that and then managing trevor is still control. You know really all the company we we didn't. We don't have a controlling majority controlling interest outside of us but we still took people's money so we have a responsibility to them to make sure that we're growing the business in an intelligent way that preserves their investment as well as creates more not only for them but also more employees and higher wages for employees that we have and you know all those things kind of work hand in hand. So I mean strategically in terms of the bigger parts of the business. We really rely on. Trevor Myself in the advisors To really help guide US and make sure making the right decisions but frankly we get a lot of ideas from our team to that maybe changed our perspectives on how we're thinking about things and it's just a really interesting process. Yeah for sure how in folks find out more about you and evil genius sure So go to our website. Evil Genius Dot Com any of the social media platforms linked in twitter instagram facebook at evil genius and you can also reach out to me on. Lincoln at Siu. Bowen on Lake did DOT COM and look forward to chat with. Yeah and if anybody out there watching listening has not yet experienced an evil genius beer definitely highly recommend that you try one soon. We only have a few minutes to go. Maybe five or so in this in this last segment looks you just get your kind of state of the industry so to speak. What's what's going on in the craft. Beer space right now. Yeah I think craft beer continues to innovate and bring on more customers than ever. I think that you're seeing a little bit of some of the. Some of the big national breweries are struggling a little bit and not because they don't make great beer but it but because you know there are a lot of other craft breweries like evil genius who are local that are really kind of taking some share of mind in that local market. But you know we always have to respect you. Know a lot of the guys that came before US including the big craft breweries like Sierra Nevada. Or something that just make amazing high volumes really high quality beer but you know. I think that people still want to drink craft. I think people are always wanted to going to want to drink craft. You don't start drinking really local and juicy as and all of a sudden go back to yellow beer but later whatever right so so you have. You have a very loyal set of customers that want premium and it's just trying to figure out how best to align your values your company culture your messaging and marketing to what those people want and then your beer has to be a plus top notch and if you can hit things on both those levels than you know. Hopefully you'll be around for a while. Yeah I know the big guys are really cut throat and they go at each other all the time but in talking with beer guys so to speak. I get the sense that in de Craft Beer level. Anyway it's more of a collegial environment and everybody seems to be rooting for everybody else. Is that fair? Yeah that is actually very fair. And actually you know it's even some of the bigger guys like so my friends at work for Molson coors and are just are awesome and they're really pro craft and their fans of beer. I think everybody in the beer industry whether you work for you know big company like Molson coors or evil genius. He's a craft brew. They're all we're all fans of beer. And you know the craft brewery community is like such a close tight knit community that everybody's really trying to help each other and we all share each other's passion in art and things like that and I. I really do believe that you know the culture of craft as well as the culture of you know some of the bigger burris. Some of the Guinness Heineken. Molson coors. It's all very collaborative and positive culture. And I think we're all trying to make sure that people try new beers and are continually innovative from the supplier side. And we're just really trying to connect with customers away. I think we're all really fighting the same fight and speaking the same message. Yeah that's really cool. I like that. What's next for evil? Genius expansion we sell between DC in Massachusetts right now and we're looking to move south. This well is Moving to the western part of the. Us kind of through. Ohio Michigan Down Through Virginia. The Carolinas so geographically we. We've been getting calls for beer. WanNa ship it to more people so just working on that process right now and getting all that down but You know future looks bright and we look forward to keep continuing to grow. Yeah we're excited about that. And then look forward to your continued expansion in the roughly sixty ninety seconds. Or so. We've got left here. Wanted to just ask you for all your experiences. So far for the entrepreneurs out there who are listening. What are some of the biggest lessons that you've learned advice that you may be able to offer to the folks out? There were trying to embark on a new effort to start a business or or day to day grinding into business. Yeah just just keep swimming like that's that's really it? It's it's keep your head above water. Just keep treading water or swimming as fast as you can. Because they're they're definitely some times where you feel like you're effort isn't resulting in any progress and it's usually around that corner right right right after you don't give up that something happens. I mean you know life. Kinda works in mysterious ways. It's not all linear. You can't totally plotted going forward. But you know the longer you're active the longer you you're doing your work and your meeting people in the right way you know stuff does stuff does Kinda turn out and there's no magic bullet bullet. There's no special recipe for it. It's just you know. Continue to put out the effort and work as hard as you can and good things happen it just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not happening and I've seen these these charts all the time about the the spot we're entrepreneurs tend to give up and just beyond that last upper they throw in the flag. That's where the ultimate success happens to your point. So have you ever had those experiences where you're like? I can't believe we're doing this. I'm done and then absolutely. Oh I'd be lying if I said I didn't. I definitely wanted to quit several times. Course like you run it when when you're when you're really trying to move that boulder you get tired like you just. You're mentally drained. You're physically drained. It takes a lot out of you. Entrepreneurship really does. Because there's no one else but you and hopefully. I'm lucky I have a partner. There was somebody else in it with me. But you know it's a very lonely sort of endeavor and sometimes that gets in the way of rational thought and you just have to understand the premises correct. We have a good product or service. We're doing the right things just need to keep going and someone will notice and eventually they will. That's good stuff. I hope you'll come back again and continue to talk about one hundred people genius. This has been a lot of fun. We were talking about Craft Beer and entrepreneurship with Luke Bowen. Who is the CEO of Evil Genius Brands? I'm Dave bookbinder..

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"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"To behind the numbers Dave bookbinder and we are talking. Craft Beer Entrepreneurship with Luke Bowen. Who's the CEO of Evil Genius Brands? A lot of fun in that first segment want to shift gears a little bit and maybe get into more serious note because you are. Ceo You are a business owner and with that comes a lot of responsibility and you mentioned your story how the whole business started. You probably could never have imagined getting to where you are now. All the paths have to travel down. So let's talk a little bit about the growth of the brand in the company for starters. Sure so when we started evil genius it was two thousand eleven so it was right kind of after the. Us economy is really kind of recovering from the recession. And so you know there was. There was optimism but it was still very challenging for people and you know making beers very capital intensive it requires a lot of fixed assets and so we decided in the very beginning that instead of trying to go out and raise a bunch of money or borrow bunch of money from a bank. We were GONNA fine manufacturing capacity that already existed in the marketplace and take our recipes and really kind of you know utilize somebody else's facility and that was really kind of how we got started and I think that that was a different decision it was like Super Capitol efficient and it was definitely a struggle in the very beginning to because it kind of created this sort of slight distance between us and the customer. It was like okay. Well you guys are brand. And that's really cool but you know. Where can we come and see you? And that's why having the new lab and taproom and Philadelphia's been so important for us because creates kind of this rally point where people can come and really Kinda feel and touch our brand but you know. Our journey was very different. I think than most Baristas a traditional path. Is You know you you start making your house. And he's starting to garage. And then you build a brewery and we just saw that as being just too slow like we wouldn't be able to scale fast enough and that's why we made those decisions that we did upfront. And it's helped us grow quickly without a lot of like additional investment in fixed assets which I think is very different for people in our space. Yeah so when you talk about the brand and it's consistent with your culture so aligning brand new cultures. We were talking before we went on. The air is just tremendously important. How does that translate into a marketing strategy? I mean how do you take fun and make that strategy? That's actually really good question. I mean I think that you know the the fun aspect becomes the cornerstone of what you do. It's like everything needs to come back to that central. Why we do this because we want to have fun and is everything. Funny does everything. Would we WANNA come to the events that we throw? Would we wanNA drink the beer that we're making? Would we wanNA come and eat our food at our taproom and if all those answers are yes then we're doing something right and I think that having things be fun and lighthearted beans that were more creative and out of that creativity I think you know comes answers to complex problems and we talk a lot about the why behind businesses in the mission and getting employees aligned with that mission and when they buy in and drink that corporate kool aid so to speak? You'RE GONNA get the discretionary effort and they're they're really bought in and you mentioned something interesting before he went on the air that sometimes in the day to day and getting stuffed on the task at hand it could be easy or possible to lose sight of the big mission so for the entrepreneurs who are listening leaders out there. What's your advice for them on how to maintain that focus on the overall mission and keep people tuned into the Y. Yeah I one thing that we've learned over time is just transparency. Just telling people what you're doing and why you're doing it. And if they understand that there's hey there's the thought process behind this you know it's the idea's been vetted Then they're more likely to buy like. I had a lot of success when I've told people. Hey this is just what you need to do right now. I've had way more success. Be Like Hey guys. This is what we need to do. And this is why because this is an important link in this chain between steps one and three and that has gotten a more positive response and I think people at least in my situation with our company because we are sort of a young growing company they just want to be informed and they wanNA know that their work matters and it means something and if you communicate that hey this peace means something to the growth of the business in this way or that way. It's a little easier to get buy in. It's great advice. I think for anybody out there watching and listening it. It's all about the why if there's a bigger mission bigger vision that people can buy into and not just get stuff done. Because it's a task that they've been assigned a big difference maker absolutely and the right type of people want to be part of that community and if you allow them to be a real part of that community through that transparency you get by faster. People are just able to accomplish more. Yeah is there a secret sauce that you've found in your discussions with folks? We talked a little bit about what's dealbreaker where they may not fit. But is there something that you look for that you identify in a conversation where you say? Yeah this is the kind of person that would be an ideal fit for us just really good body language and communication skills like 'cause you can teach people processes and tasks you can't teach them to be eager you can't teach them to be friendly or overly communicative. Those are the thing we want everybody at our company at every position to be someone you'd want to hang out with and spend time with and you know we have the ability. Excuse me to to hire people in fitting that mold and you know if somebody doesn't wow us with their personality or how positive they are. Then they're not gonna while any of our customers and that's really important us so as a CEO and business owner. You've got responsibility to your your customers. You've got responsibility to your.

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"bowen" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"I couldn't play. So as soon as we get out on the floor. We come into a jump ball situation. I put my hand right on his phone. And he you know, how guys snatching they all draw, and I my I'm sorry. I put it right back there. See that's the beginning. That's the beginning right there. So now we get to third quarter. And it's a tight game. I decide I think I need to touch on his number little bit put my hand on his number and your hands off me, Bruce is better. Go ahead with that, Bruce, and I'm not all man my fault. So coach just drew up a play for him. I'm over here. Doing this little thing that I do sometimes. And now the official now the balls in play in the Fisher said you to stop it. Now, he stops to turn to the official and say he touching me. He tells me now, it's eight seconds on the shot clock. I think I just utilized that moment to create just that little time right there. They didn't get the shot for him. They got the shot from someone else. They didn't wanna from. And we go on. And we continue to increase our lead from there. You know, I don't as you tell us. How man, you know? I might tell you another the next podcast. I just might do it. A carrot in front of you, Bomani. You have it. Yes. In front of me. 'cause I can't imagine. How sick you. He was. And I don't know what he told you. He gave the Gable way. He gave the game away way too early. He gave the game away in our fourth year in the NBA, and I wasn't even play in a lot. Then. Hey, but I knew I knew I was I I was like gator. Do it. I do it. 'cause I'm gonna get into. Hey. Does your favorite player to tag is? Was you know, people ask me that who's my favorite guy. And sometimes I'll say this. It's when guys would say things in the the media, you know, guys would go to the papers and say, you know, Bruce Bowen, you know, he he's a dirty player. Now. See I didn't understand this Bomani. Because all that all like like looks say all the ways y'all live and y'all wanna sit up here and talk about a ticket tat Phalle, all the ways you lift you outweigh because I was a buck ninety in my prime, and you maybe two fifteen to twenty but you never did say that directly to me. That's what I didn't understand. This Carter would say things about me and talk about how I was a dirty player. I and typically tried to hurt him which was not true. But he never said it to me. That's what I didn't understand. So it's I so so now next time we play I hear what you said because certain reporters couldn't wait to run and tell me. Hey, hey, hey, Bruce. Hey, hey, hey, guess what been said about you? I'm like, oh, this this can't be good. How excited you're ready to tell me this? And so I, you know, one of the things that I felt like if vents events car in his one of the most talented individuals could lead could shoot to get to the Cup. But there was something missing. And and and in the whizz, the lion went to go get it. He saw Dina Rossi said where I need hot in order to get there. And you know, it's just it's I I've always said this any guy that Twose's not to be with his teammate. In the playoffs. I mean, it's the playoff you guys in Toronto got a chance to do something really special. You choose to go walk which class. Look. I I am not. I am not understand this. I am not saying education is not important. But you know, what they did to my my my diploma, Bomani. 'cause I got mine after I left school. They mailed it to me. You can have it mail to you. But this chose to go during this time to go get his diploma to walk with his class. Because that's what he wanted to. I'm not, hey, it's your prerogative like Bobby Brown said. But to me as a competitor, I want my teammates with me. I want them ready to go..

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"bowen" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"bowen" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"If this is what hard for us as fans we hate to see that that players not what we want them to be. Or who we thought they could be we don't want to. We don't wanna accept that. So we continue to say things, man. But I think he can still go. Well, maybe he can't. And we have to live with that. Right. Last thing. I would ask you. It's got a random everything else we talked about. But it's whatever man we just hanging out with Bruce you as defensive stuff how much would you enjoy guarding a player who not only can't shoot, but refuses to shoot because I'm? Well, the mommy the reality of that was they wouldn't have me on him. They we we would have put we would put somebody else on him who didn't have the guard. Who would who would they be hide who what they put over there to hide those those are guys that you say stay within the system of the defense. That's our system defense of guy. You know, that guy that just you know, I man he he looked right? And he he went for that fake. He even said, he just look, right. And he went for the fake. We it would it would that guy would be required to to guard in that system. And we say our stick to the rules. They gave me the board salted as like a high level basketball player with people hit you with the full on stick to the roof. Like, I do tell the story of the day. He quit play basketball. He was he's played in college at gives enemy AC, and he was not allowed to dribble coach told him. He was not allowed dribble. Eighty say got the ball once and he went to live dribble, and he stood there. And he said, you know, what happened? They call ten seconds. And that was the day that he decided he just go play basketball boy because he baited to stick to the rules player like the rules rules, you know, Vermont at some point, man. No. You gotta if if you wanna dribble that ball, go head dribble that ball and deal with the consequences. There of now there was many times where I did somewhere. Tim looked like a this makes you we don't do that. No more. And because of what transpired from that. I looked at him. I said, Yep. Yep. I'm putting that one up that's not gonna happen anymore. Both that one out of fifteen times the did work. Ooh. Is you gotta did teammate. They'll cheer you on. Because I know he's the hot me up for some bull now. Ladies and gentlemen, that is by bad. Bruce Bowen check him out on ESPN through this basketball season. You know, we go have you on again. So right. Well, I I hope so man 'cause you you've been tripping I know that. Have you seen that do it Wisconsin who the do Brad Davidson do that state trying to take charge isn't when he can't take charge? He looked like he'd be out your trip and people hitting them into in the things. No, no. I don't watch college that much. I'm gonna send you some video. His technique assist. You buy give us clues. Oh that was shot, ladies, and you. Here's a hard work at defend us hall work at defendant on. Now you go now. So I see what you doing right now. You know, I'm I'm catching your game baby. I've been studying a I've been studying radio on us. So I'm catching up just say put work hard. We're getting you know, what I'm saying? Like, it's it's it's what America's all about. I got two words for you furniture. Move. All I got for you, dude. I gave it. Thank you for coming. I appreciate you. All right. All right now. Ladies and gentlemen phase. What's your joining us here on the right time, a man and gave Bassein hamels everything behind the scenes? Thank you, sir. Thanks to Bruce Bowen for joining us. Remember subscribe.

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