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Krejci, Bergeron, Marchand score 2 as Bruins beat Caps 6-3
"The Bruins owner four game winning streak after Brad Marchand delivered two goals and a pair of his sister to six three downing of the capital's David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron also scored twice to back to Carrasco who turned back thirty shots in his second victory since suffering an injury in February great you put the Bruins in front for three at sixteen oh two of the second period on a pass from Craig Smith less than two minutes before bergerak doubled Boston's lead T. J. Oshie had two goals and Anthony Mantha added another for the first place capitals who have dropped two of three I'm the ferry
Army Awards $50M Contract for New SOF Sniper Rifle
"Looks like we might be getting some new sniper rifles in the U. S military. The U. S Army just awarded a $50 million contract Tow bear firearms manufacturing arm snipers with the multi caliber sniper rifle preferred by special Operation forces. A five year contract will buy 2800 MK 22 multi role Adaptive Design or M. Brad sniper rifles that can be chambered for 338, Norman Magnum or 300 Norm remain them or the 7.6 by 51 NATO ammunition. The award comes two years after U. S Special Operations Command Award. The contract to Bear for the Do em Red Sniper the system. The new rifle were placed the M one or seven separate fel also made by barrack in the M 2010 enhance sniper rifle systems. The M red will. Well, Army snipers to shoot out the 1500 M with the barrel trembled for 15000.338. That's 300 M further than the M 2010 enhance sniper rifle, which is chamber for the 300 Winchester Magnum. The MK 22 is part of the Army's Precision Sniper Rifle program, which also includes the Leopold and Stevens mark five ht scope in a sniper accessory kit. Now. The Marine Corps has also chosen the M wrapped for his advance Sniper rifle program. The M Rad is set to replace the Marines. Current Mark 13 months seven Sniper rifle, which is chambered for the 300 Winchester Magnum. Along with all the other bolt action sniper rifles in the sea service.
Hall Scores, Rask Returns in Bruins 4-1 Win Over Islanders
"Brad Marchand scored twice in Taylor hall notched his first goal as a Bruin in a four one win over the islanders hall says it was great to score in his second game with Boston after netting just two was a saber this season you know come into every game you know hoping to score a goal but you wanna make place you want to create chances and I thought tonight our line did that so it was nice to see one go into grass may twenty two saves to earn his first victory since February as the goaltender played for just the second time since March seventh due to a back injury Craig Smith also scored for the bees who had been three into versus the owls this season Boston outshot New York forty five twenty three including twenty three seven in the first period Travis Zajac scored his first goal for New York and set me on fire alarm off made forty one saves I'm the ferry
US Poised to Impose Sanctions on Russia for Cyber-Attacks
"Hack of computer networks that government agencies And U. S corporations. The White House is expected to announce today a new round of sanctions against Russia. Our objective as the United States is to have a predictable relationship with Russia to stabilize that relationship. White House press secretary Jen Psaki Microsoft president Brad Smith, describing the cyber attacks as the quote largest and most sophisticated the world has ever seen. Pack
The Watcher House, from Internet Urban Legends
"The brad's family bought this house. Which would be of Eventually dubbed as the watcher house at six fifty seven boulevard in westfield new jersey in twenty fourteen and there was a letter addressed to the new owner dearest new neighbor at five seven boulevard. Allow me to welcome you to the neighborhood. How did you end up here. Did six five seven boulevard. Call you to with its force within six five seven. Boulevard has been the subject of my family for decades now and as it approaches. It's one hundred and tenth birthday. I have been put in charge of watching and waiting for it second coming. My grandfather watched the house in the nineteen twenties. And my father watched in the nineteen sixties. It is now my time. I see already that you have flooded six five seven boulevard with contractors so that you can destroy the as it was supposed to be tisco tusk bad move. You don't want to make six five seven unhappy. Who am i. There are hundreds and hundreds of cars that drive by six five seven boulevard each day. Maybe i and one look at all the windows. You can see from six five seven boulevard. Maybe i'm in one look out any of the many windows insects five seven boulevard at all the people who strolled by each day. Maybe i am one. Welcome my friends. Welcome let the party began. Signed the watcher. They didn't just get in the one letter when they moved in after the renovations were done. They kept getting additional letters with more and more threats.
Martinsville Cup Recap
"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on nascar cup series race recap from martinsville speedway which started on saturday under the lights and ended on sunday under the lights after heavy rains. Let's take a look ten to one. Kyle busch somehow kind of top ten with a mangled number eighteen race car. Then got kevin harvick tyler. Radic number eight. Christopher bell joey. Logano kyle larson william byron number four denny. Hamlin led more than half of the race and ends up third. Ouch and in second chase elliott comes up one spot short of the win. So let's head to victory lane. Our martin tricks. Junior has become the seasons. I race winner with twenty nine. Th career win third career martinsville win third of the last four races at this track and now with three grandfather clock trophies in his house. I'm not sure how he's going to get any sleep with that. Other stories on the day ryan blaney won. Both of stages led a ton of laps in this race. Only to get busted for leaving the pillbox equipment. The air hose and the gun. You're not supposed to bring that with you late in the race while running up front about forty three laps to go and a massive talladega like wreck bush. Chris butcher banged fenders took out the likes of kurt. Busch brad keselowski kyle busch cole. Custer alex bowman daniels wars and many others on lap. Three eighty six up next to the cup. Series is yet another short-track richmond. Raceway sunday three pm eastern on fox and martin tricks junior has won two of the last three at this track. Nineteen car again
A conversation on healing justice with Grisanti Avendao
"To welcome through something of in daniel a social justice organizer and activist from fresno california. Welcome greece something. Hide think with me. It's a pleasure. How about if we start if you tell us a little bit about who you are and where you came from for our international audience great. Yeah definitely do that. So my story really begins in The obno- in oaxaca called escalate lama. So that is where my people are from. Where my ancestors from and so we actually migrated to the united states. When i was five my sister was seven and we were traveling to the united states to really come reunify with my mom who had run from oaxaca because of like domestic violence and when she arrived here actually that domestic violence followed her and so two years later. She requested that that we also come so. That's kind of how we arrived here in france nine. I've been here. I ever since my my journey to social justice was really at a personal level so Back in twenty twelve. We we were really fighting to to save the deportation of a lot of our neighbors. So during that time there was a lot of ice rates that were happening Particularly in my neighborhood which is what was at that time south. No and there's just like every time there was just like a lot of ice rates so if someone went to go pick up a peak so or go get brad sometime next thing you know. They would call us and they would tell us. Hey i've been detained and deported So that was kind of like my upbringing
Jeremy Swayman wins 2nd NHL start, Bruins beat Capitals 4-2
"Brad Marchand scored a shorthanded goal and Jeromy sway man made thirty one saves to win his second NHL start leading the Bruins to a four two victory over the capitals swimming allowed two power play goals in under twenty seconds to Alex of educated TJ Oshie but he kept the Bruins ahead with the caps tilted the ice toward him in the second period Marchand Craig Smith each finished with a goal and an assist for the Bruins who are trying to climb back into the mix for the east division title the caps lost their share of the east lead falling two points behind the islanders I'm the ferry
Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics
"What's up. Everybody i wish. I love something as much as joel. Embiid loves playing against the celtics and this one wasn't fair. Boston left themselves shorthanded at center by trading daniel thais at the deadline and then combined with tristan thompson being injured lots a terrible combination with joel. Embiid come into town. They only had one guy who could guard him. And that was young time. Lord robert williams who did a decent job in the first quarter is a one point game after one but williams is known to be a little jumpy. He couldn't stay disciplined long enough. He picked up his third foul right at the end of the first then they had luc. Cornet come in to guard. Joel and beat boston wants to give luc cornet nickname. Let's slow the flow on giving nicknames to just everybody brad stevens left luc cornet out there. On an island with the mvp candidate some soft doubles. That wasn't enough. Went from a one point game to thirteen point game at half the celtics us break glass in case of emergency seven five taco fall and embiid way too late and be loves playing the celtics. Did i say that already. He had thirty five to seventy sixers. Swept the season series from the celtics for the first time in twenty years joel embiid and weighed more. Free throws than the celtics in the season series. Forty seven to forty
Peralta pitches 5 innings as Brewers blank Cubs 4-0
"Freddy Peralta into relievers combined on a one hitter is the brewers blanked the cubs for nothing Milwaukee jumped out early on a first inning three run blast from Travis Shaw Toronto saying the early offense was a nice gift within days so there's different you know that we I have I know that I have to be competing for keeping game will sit on the walk in there and live close by is different when you know you're going to need to win the first five innings giving up just one hit a double to Kris Bryant while walking four and striking out eight Brent Suter and Brad Boxberger then tossed the final four shut out innings with the victory the brewers improved to two and three on the still young season while the cubs fall to three into David Shuster Chicago
Marchand carries Bruins' big 2nd and past Penguins, 7-5
"Brad Brad Marchand Marchand scored scored a a hat hat trick trick and and the the Bruins Bruins erupted erupted for for five five goals goals in in the the second second period period of of a a seven seven five five down down into into the the penguins penguins Marchand Marchand had had two two goals goals and and an an assist assist during during the the second second period period outburst outburst two two days days after after coach coach Bruce Bruce Cassidy Cassidy called called out out some some of of his his top top veterans veterans David David Pasternak Pasternak scored scored twice twice for for the the Bruins Bruins who who were were just just four four four four and and one one in in their their previous previous nine nine games games Patrice Patrice Bergeron Bergeron had had an an assist assist giving giving him him eight eight hundred hundred ninety ninety nine nine career career points points to to move move past past Rick Rick Middleton Middleton for for fourth fourth on on Boston's Boston's all all time time list list I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Microsoft's Pentagon Deal Validates The AR Industry
"News for the augmented reality industry. Maybe the biggest news in the history of this nascent. The military says microsoft will build one hundred and twenty thousand custom. Hololens headsets for the us army. Validation of the use case for a are in some very serious real world conditions. Yes but also look at how much this validates the hololens as a business microsoft says the contract could be worth up to twenty one point. Eight billion dollars over ten years. Think of all those years and billions of dollars spent on moon shots over at google and in one fell swoop. Microsoft has been like yeah. Hold our beer as brad sam's tweeted and just like the rnd costs for this product have been more than recovered and quote and something tells me if these things prove useful we could eventually see way more than one hundred and twenty thousand units ordered quoting cnbc. This deal follows a four hundred and eighty million dollar contracts microsoft received to give the army prototypes of the integrated visual system or es in two thousand eighteen. The new deal will involve providing production versions the standard issue. Helen's which cost thirty five hundred dollars enables people to see holograms overlaid over their actual environments and interact using hand and voice gestures in iva s. Prototype that a cnbc reporter trade out in two thousand nineteen display a map and a compass and had thermal imaging to reveal people in the dark. The system could also show the aim for a weapon. Quote the ivy a headset based on holland's and augmented by microsoft azure cloud services delivers a platform. That will keep soldiers safer and make them more effective. Alex kitman a technical fellow at microsoft and the person who introduced the helen's in two thousand fifteen wrote in a blog post quote. The program delivers enhanced situational awareness enabling information sharing and decision making in a variety of scenarios and quote. The headset enables soldiers to fight rehearse and train in one system. The army said in a statement. The contract which was awarded on friday has a five year base period where they five year option after that and army spokesperson told cnbc an email. The pentagon did not immediately respond to a request for
I Want 'Legal Size' Toast
"Toast always in the same shape you know what i mean like brad is in that i guess to fit in toasters. But why can't we have long toast. I would like that the bigger sandwiches for that and i'm going to create a sliced bread. That is longer like you know how paper comes comes in standard and then letter and legal. I want a legal size toast.
New York City officials alarmed by rise in Covid cases
"Though hospitalizations and deaths remain low. The daily tally of cases has been sitting at a plateau since early March. That's despite more and more people taking the vaccine every day. Experts say indoor activities without masks are driving new infections. Dr. Jay Varma is the mayor's health adviser. Fortunately, we're not seeing the decline that we really want to see. So we remain very concerned. Varma says it will take time for vaccine doses to reach everyone and for them to take effect. He urges the public to remain vigilant, especially given the spread of the variants of the virus and to wear masks and maintain social distancing. Congresswoman Alexandria A Casio Cortez is backing Brad
Bruins Star Brad Marchand Placed in COVID-19 Protocol
"Marchand was not on the ice yesterday for the Saturday game because he is now, you know, we let three off of the covid-19 is and now Brad Marchand Corelli and debrusk are still on covid-19 definitely means that they either have it or someone very close proximity in their household or something has it, you know what I mean? So that there but now Brad Marchand joins it we don't know positive false pause that he definitely was not there though. So that's a little Concerning but at the same time that seems to be isolated pockets again, it could just be contact tracing from each other like we you know, and there's a whole complicated code, you know, every state has helped things they have to do in Cecil,
Trump backs GOP challenger to Georgia secretary of state
"Donald Trump is endorsing a conservative congressman for secretary of state in Georgia and Donaghy reports. Jody Hice is a tea party favorite, the first major challenger to Brad Rapids Burger since the secretary of state certified President Biden's narrow victory and Georgia and disputed Donald Trump's allegations of fraud. In a statement, the former president said, Unlike the current Georgia secretary of state Jody leads out front with integrity. Donald Trump has long made clear his intention to target Rapids Burger and Governor Brian Camp. I'm gonna be here in a year and a half on I'm gonna be campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state that was at a rally in Georgia in January. No heavyweight primary opponent has emerged yet against Governor Kemp in Georgia. I'm Ed
Trump endorses challenger against Georgia elections chief
"Former president Donald Trump is endorsing a conservative congressman for secretary of state in Georgia Jody hice is a tea party favorite the first major challenger to Brad rapids burger since the secretary of state certified president Biden's narrow victory in Georgia and disputed Donald trump's false allegations of fraud in a statement the former president said unlike the current Georgia secretary of state Jody leads out front with integrity Donald Trump has long made clear his intention to target reference burger and governor Brian camp going to be your governor and your crazy secretary of state was at a rally in Georgia in January no heavyweight primary opponent has emerged yet against governor camp in Georgia I'm a Donahue
Brad Stevens Says He’s Not Leaving Boston Celtics For Indiana Hoosiers
"Brad stevens and the celtics have been struggling this season for boston. Standards and the head. Coaching job at indiana is wide open. Stevens has denied one job right now but burning you know this. Some of the biggest sportsbooks taken the odd off the boards. You can't even bet it anymore. Rob you know vegas no trona rolling brad. Stevens will be the next coach indiana university.
"brad i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert experts on experts. I'm dax shepard. I'm joined by monastir mouser. Good morning good morning to you. How are ya. You brought over a very special mug today. I did do wanna read it. The luncheon at the lunch annette gives me warm. Fuzzies bores me and peter pretending we owned a recording boy. The the fun we had so today's guest is very interesting. Because i met this person at a dinner party. I don't know ten years ago. And he was so interesting. I learned that he had been. Brian grazers cultural liaison. He literally would educate. Brian grazer the very famous producer. Every morning on what is happening in culture or in the site geist in so after meeting him. I learned of his guide. Culture classes and I've been reading this guide of his for the last ten years. It's one of my favorite emails to get so. We're having him on today. He's an author and entrepreneur. In a publisher and creator an host of zeitgeist culture class is a cultural almanac which synthesizes the need to know hot button issues. We need to keep track of throughout the year. Go to zeitz guide dot com and use code arm. Cherries for fifty. Percents off breads. I culture class of the year. Please enjoy our friend. Brad grossman supported by door dash. I don't know where we would be in life with outdoor dash seriously. I don't think i could have made it. I had to make myself macaroni and cheese. Every single day for the last eleven months. I just got john and vinnie's from dr daf. I got it so delicious. Sow nelson you've counted on restaurants. And now they're counting on you and while they're dining rooms may be closed..
"brad i" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert experts on experts. I'm dax shepard. I'm joined by monastir mouser. Good morning good morning to you. How are ya. You brought over a very special mug today. I did do wanna read it. The luncheon at the lunch annette gives me warm fuzzies. Me and peter pretending. We owned a recording boy. The the fun we had so today's guest is very interesting. Because i met this person at a dinner party. I don't know ten years ago and he was so interesting. I learned that he had been. Brian grazers cultural liaison. He literally would educate. Brian grazer the very famous producer. Every morning on what is happening in culture or in the site geist in so after meeting him. I learned of his guide. Culture classes and I've been reading this guide of his for the last ten years. It's one of my favorite emails to get so. We're having him on today. He's an author and entrepreneur. In a publisher and creator an host of zeitgeist culture class is a cultural almanac which synthesizes the need to know hot button issues. We need to keep track of throughout the year. Go to zeitz guide dot com and use code arm. Cherries for fifty. Percents off breads. I culture class of the year. Please enjoy our friend. Brad grossman me are supported by door. Dash i don't know where we would be in life with outdoor dash seriously. I don't think i could have made it. I had to make myself macaroni and cheese. Every single day for the last eleven months. I just got john and vinnie's from dr daft. I got it. So delicious sow nelson. You've counted on restaurants and now they're counting on you and while they're dining rooms may be closed..
"brad i" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
"So i won't read about the middle of your face and just the beginning of your eyebrow and Generally tab five and ten times but if we're saying a longer raise might be caffeine times it's okay. It's not an exact science. In terms of how many times utah. So we'd have to be the eyebrows saying then we'd follow you out to the saturday are and say all this anger bob in right under the middle of your eye all sangre bomb right under the middle of your nose right above your uncle. All the sandra boggle barrena revenue chin of. You're just above your chin right under your level. All the sandra bomb the colorado home sandra fawcett. It's right if you feel you're called just to come together. There's new shape the basic approach and We just talk right there. And then the next point is under your arm about four inches below your arm bra-strap level. I'm sure even the guys can figure out who's all change it. And then finally the top of your head all saying that bob you take a deep breath and just feeling lily checking again and so for how angry on my father-in-law and generally that number will come down and we may also be journalists the onion and getting more clear about. Oh i know what it is. That's what i was just about to say because when even in that i was doing that as you were talking and saying my phrase and it changed from. Let's say it was all this anger. At bob to know my feelings are hurt by the end of it like i like i understood a deeper level of what i was actually feeling that you know. The anger was just covering up right. And it may maybe tap longo our. It's not angry bob. Bob did reminds me of something. That's tally thursday and Yeah so we could you know little by little killing those layers of the onion and understanding where the Where that's coming from. Wow well i find what ultimately what it means about us. Because that's what we believe that means about us like the story in our head. Is that what you mean or just are respond yes distort right. So if i'm angry bob that he was a jerk because artemis says because Because that proves that. I'm not worthy of being treated with respect. I'm you know. I if i were good enough. If i were a good enough person. Wouldn't have done what he beer right. I mean it's just so fascinating to me. Because i will first of all the energy in our bodies is fascinating to me. Because i don't think that a lot of us are aware of it and its constantly shifting and moving and it's tied to all of our emotions and all of the experiences were having and not that many people talk about it. Which is i think. We're starting to a little more but you can go sit and talk therapy and all of these things for years but not address. What's happening in your body and your body's response to all that stress all those emotions all the trauma all the experiences and if you're not adjusting that are you actually ever healing from that to some extent but it certainly but you know we. There's the mind body connection and so to deal with it up. A physical level is so much more powerful because we can really address things at a much deeper level era and get a much greater level of resolution right. Well i just think this fascinating. I talk about it forever. I do want people to go check out your videos and look more into this oven. I think a lot of it is visual. And so i really encourage you guys to go read about. Eft but also watch them abroad videos and try them and see what comes up for you. So where can people go do that. Well you can go to my website. Tap with brad on com. Okay and at tackle brad on youtube. Or i've got over nine hundred videos On instagram and facebook and saw talk with brad and find my various resources. You know which video i used to do. Every morning was tap of the morning. Is that what it was called the morning. Tea very first video. Yeah yeah when. I when i was doing the when i first learned I've been doing for a bit. And then youtube came around. I thought hey. Wouldn't it be cool. If there was a video people can start their day with. Yeah i'll call it happen the morning and that was all intended to do i. I had i had no idea of creating this catalogue of hundreds of videos. I thought well. I'll just do that. One video and You know it kind of theatrical in it and who's like six months before. I decided you know i should have one and the day. I'll call it of the evening. And then more ideas came and now a decade later and nine hundred videos later. Wow that's crazy The top of the morning. Actually if you guys. I know just in this pandemic time i keep reading articles about. This is just a collective trauma that we're all facing. And i know you know the change that i've felt in my life over this year has been extreme and i think a lot of people are dealing with that too and as we've said a little bit before our bodies tend to in our minds tend to be resistant to change so the top of the morning is a great way to start. If you just need some encouragement and positively to start your day. That's where i used it was. I was going through a hard time and it was suggested to me. Start my day that way and i always started much more peaceful much more positive able to see things that i had to be grateful for all of those kinda feelings so you guys go check that out. Brad thank you so much for being here. I am such.
"brad i" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
"To take care of myself. And there's a some level of stress that's coming up in particularly in the ways we block our success because something tells us more success will not be safe and so when we can allow ourselves to say all right. I i can see that. I'm trying to protect myself. And now as i tasked. And i come down that stress response i can look and say is what i'm afraid of. We or is this a misunderstanding. Do i one of the things we with money for. A lot of folks is the fear that all become greedy and nasty person. Well that's not necessarily true. Yeah people You know there are. There are nasty poor people and there are wonderful loving kind. rich people. Money doesn't do that to you. It's our fears and beliefs so as we clear that stress and that that need to claim to what is familiar and and that was the thing about Growth about ourselves as i. I am always this way. We we create an identity of ourselves based on past experience. And say that's who i am and and the other as human beings we love to be right so we will be engage in behavior that proves well. That was not the best outcome. But hey at least. I proved that i'm right about who i am. Smart and And so we will keep ourselves trapped in circumstances based on How we've identified so and so it's allowing herself to say okay so and it was great because what you would said there is i've route whereas originally erected then you said i've been reaction this week. It's like yeah yeah how you been. It's not who you are right. It's it's what you've been doing. And so when we can separate our identity from our behavior and recognize. Our behavior doesn't us but our behavior is a result of how we may be incorrectly. Define ourselves based on old misunderstandings. And and there's a part of this that likes to stick to what safe and what's familiar even even if it's self destructive at all right or an added thing exactly and so and so there's a partisan has stress response when we go to change even if we recognize. It would be so much better. If i did this then But partisan yes but that's not what's familiar and so i would rather do familiar and deal with the unfortunate consequences and and as we tapping and reduce the stress. We start to create an opening to st things. Differently do things differently and and redefine ourselves much. More empowering. I find it so fast. I mean this whole thing you know. The universe works in mysterious ways for not are. They're just not there's not accidents. I guess i think. And the fact that i'm actually doing this podcast. Today is of no accident because you're tapping into tapping your tapping into so many things that that i'm bumping up against and so many of the things that i'm bumping up against our old stories that have been triggered lately by some things that have happened but i am now manifesting not into other aspects of my life because it's like what you just said i'm going to see i did know that story was true or can't remember exactly how you said that but that we will do these certain actions to prove that that message is true even if it's negative you know a lot of mind lately has been around betrayal and that's an old wound from my past but when you mentioned the chocolate stuff you said like you took a two year break but now you're back like how long and how effective can tapping be to healing. Maybe like some. Ptsd around for instance like the portrayals of that hasn't come up in a really long time But it is again so it's not like it took it away but maybe like helped me through it and so now i'm like going. Oh maybe i should get back to this tapping because obviously something is happening in my energy system to bring that back to surface does that make sense. Yeah and there are. There are different aspects to two different things so okay and sometimes so one analogies. Excuse me imagine that you feel that you wanted to plant. But it's got a lot of big has a lot of big boulders in it and so you go out one morning at to work clearing a bolder and you work all day. Clear that vulgar out and it's out in psych. Wow that feels great. I feel essential relief. Go to bed exhausted. And you get up the next morning and they're still boulders in your field and probably just like well that didn't work it's like no it it. Did you hear some of the field but those other boulders look like the boulder that was there and it may be a while because they come out and enjoy the space that we've cleared for a while and eventually as we keep trying to you know expanding our comfort zone then. We bumped up against the the next boulder and it tends to look like billboard so so with past traumas we made clear a certain aspect of that but maybe another aspect that we have to address so we may been feeling some more space and more clear but then we come up against another aspect and part of this may say oh well see. i guess. I didn't clear that you did. You did clear part of it. There's more that you can do and an and rather than getting upset with ourselves about eleven work. It's like ooh. I was feeling pretty good about that. I guess i could feel even better because there's even more because i was. I was more than i thought i was. So now i can our focus on just next boulder and thinking better and better. It's kind of. It's reminding me of a therapist says you've got under deeper layer of the onion. Are you peel to another layer. And i'm always like oh i don't want another layer but you couldn't have gotten to that right layer if you hadn't done a first layer right. We talk we often talk about tapping peeling the layers of the onion. Because as we're tapping along this is a part of that resists knowing what fathering us where we're feeling about it because it's part of the says well. I'm feeling bothered. I'll resist opportunities. That could feel dangerous for them. I don't may not consciously know why i'm doing it. I'm just unconsciously and And so i am part of me. Doesn't want to know what it is. Part of me doesn't want to take any time to self reflect and see. Why might be resisting something. It is just happy that i'm resisting it and keeping myself safely my comfort zone as uncomfortable as that might be so when we're tapping. We calmed down those fears and we start to allow ourselves to see. Oh this is. What's bob and sometimes it happened really fast. I was working with this one guy once and like from one point to the next day like oh no this owner. No if this would keep going to something earlier and earlier in his child and All these things all these things that the current issue had been stacked upon.
"brad i" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
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"brad i" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"I use what's to you guys. What's in right now. I mean. I'm so not in the hair game that to me i'm like are highlights in like i'm such a virgin when it comes to this world. What's trendy and in right now. What's everyone doing their hair. Bangs trends or hair color is color blocking you see so many people who like underneath colored or their bangs colored a different color or chunkier highlight. Everything's going berridge. Gender spice kelly clarkson season why ashley. Great pop culture reference. But no everybody's always said for years. That was the antithesis of which we should go. Forward highlights aren't trends. Come back back around our board. I think things are more blended still receiving berry Highland highlighted very low low lights and a lot more conscious all around and cool and the whole genome. Not early on the email are all e girl. What's that is like when you have that. Chunky piece from different hollered. Mess your hair. Bright money piece. That could be any color. You really want well. I love money pieces now. Lauren pieces and that's the whole reason. I'd want highlight so i can have little. Some could just being my girl and just have the bright money piece which is just basil. Your face framed highlights but pretty chunky. Now no most important part of highlighted as herbie's look in the mirror and you on that piece right as well as as ever another amazing gift idea. You guys are probably sick of me to telling you about how amazing rockies are but it's time for you to give some to yourself if you haven't already and if you have a pair of your own you know what a great gift this'll be to a friend or family member because this is the gift of comfortable washable sustainable shoes and bags from rossi's. They're made from repurpose plastic water. Bottles and marine plastic. Totally go friendly makes me smile. And there's zero break in period and they do not cut up the back of your angle. 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Like lauren were saying bags and mass available right now rockies dot com slash get it that's ralphie's dot com r. o. T. h. y. s. dot com slash. Get it style and sustainability meet to create your new favorites head. Two rotties dot com slash. Get it today now brad. What is something you wanna do on your channel. But you're a little worried about what people would think like. There's something you really wanna do like. I don't think anyone's gonna really care or they're gonna not like it. I mean i stay in my lane most. I'm with hair whenever drop. It doesn't w is what as method to say. I don't care a lot of it's time and videos about like me making macho not like i come out before like So annoying back then. I can't do whatever it wants again. Thanks but it just depends on. I want to give us their nine. Which is pretty important. It's your job to do that right livelihood on otherwise i think that i have done a law is like a ton of collaborations and i've been yeah as recently ratings and stuff so it'll be more of that san very cool so i've always like had this dream that i've never really been able to accomplish that. I want to be like an ash light brunette but my eyebrows are black. So long and i are sisters and everybody says that we look alike and we both have these pretty thick eyebrows but hers are just like one shade lighter so they're hers her dark brown and mine are black and because they're black. I feel like. I can't do any color because then i'd have to die my eyebrows. Like how are you in dying eyebrows. Are you a fan of opinion. Tell them you brad i. Donald died rounds by. I also think a dark eyebrows. Mike air like very much like a model buried interesting looking i. I like the dark eyebrows. White hair dark true. It's very it's a very like high aditorial sort of like look but it's also like you were saying earlier brad if they can match the person's lifestyle and what they do every day and i want wanna dive. Maybe should try England so justin. Anderson does ashley's hair sometimes before i did her hair in. He also said he didn't want dire eyebrows correct. Yeah yeah see us consensus. But i guess she really wants to die them because she asks everyone. I don't really wanna die them. They're black black. They're not like lawrence. That makes me feel like. I can't have any of your eyebrow Bleach white blonde. Because i think that's the coolest ever i mean you find your iras. Actually i would literally do that and have dark hair and just let your eyes speak for itself. It would be the coolest look ever. But i have no fucking visitors. Same thing you look. So who look sick ashley. But you'd have to like dress the nine and have your makeup done but actually if on you give me your eyebrows. Well lauren if you want to try the light to medium ash brown your whole okay. I'll my whole head. I'll question for brad. What are your thoughts on. Like parts.
"brad i" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Up on so many of them. I just can't some point. I'm like dude you got to really turn it around. I don't think he misses really turned. It around is tough. It's hard for me to make until you're brown jokes. Because i i also don't know if there's like a mental illness thing than arrogant wanted to stop making connie jokes like there's something right. I mean once you suck once you saw tania's phone coat you were like becaming anymore. Remember like the app uptown. Lock is phone. And you're like i can't make any more so the environment brady has kids and for your mate grid tom. Brady's house living with someone is not like us living with someone where you're going to see that person every ever gonna see him. He's over in a wing that like. We can't even see and figured out a way to take all of my antonio brown taping over the gym. Yeah tony brown taking all of giselle zug's and thrown them out on the front lawn. That's just gonna you gotta get ready for this. Yeah it's pretty nuts but you know that's is calling if he wants to have that kind of craziness and if you can turn on your brown around where he kind of does the patriot way on tonio that i don't know i don't know if he if he does that. Tom raids honorary site degree. From every single cau- america. Hey he's a michigan man. He's a michigan man. It works for aaron hernandez so that is that is. That is our time with brad williams again. His show is next saturday night on the fourteenth of you. Go to rush. Ticks ticks and s. t. dot com dot com. Yeah go checkout. Brad williams show. He's is just one of our favorite people. And i'm so happy it's so fun to chop it up and talk sports with you. We really appreciate you appreciate you coming on. I'm glad we get to see your baby. She's so cute adorable bank. You always love seeing you guys you guys. For the best of your. I texted you this but loved your set the night on the telephone for america. You killed in front of dasa this we did. I mean look and look at how much.
"brad i" Discussed on Global Impact Podcast
"Reminds me people don't I heard this real quick story here sometime. I. Go to work and when when, whenever the Israelites left Egypt and. Moses was leading them through the wilderness they started crying out they come out of slavery rat. So they'd been in slavery for four hundred years and they started crowd. US Back. We want to go back to Egypt because at least we had food and what it is, they started planning to take me back. Sometimes you don't realize good you had things until you get separated from it even if it was really bad. But I think there's a lot of people. Now, who realize you know it's a great place to work. It's a great environment. I've got friends I've got I've got socialization although we have some social distancing to begin with. Or. Maybe for long term but the yeah, it's really excited about about thinking that that we're going to get back to our operation. Well, we're excited hang onto your fork. There's great things coming. There's lots of good things ahead. We know that's not our business, but in your businesses well and Brad I, thank you for your commitment to the company. Your job was a lot harder in the last sixty days in mine was and you you help keep our company organized and together and people working and just say that that we're not only excited. We are jacked up about the future what and hold so. Brad thank you for for everything you do as well. Thank you gentlemen special for you. All right. Well, listen thanks for joining us. We hope this has an impact on what you're doing. If, we can help out with any of your services whether it's support DDS or the global solutions. Will. Print our website address here. It's BP Solutions Dot Com put at the bottom support. DDS. Dot Com again thanks for joining us. Brad. Thanks for joining US everybody had US super weak and God. Bless. Thank you. Thanks again for joining us on another addition of global impact subscribed podcast on itunes and deesor and follow us on facebook links will be in the description below until next time stay inspired stay motivated and make an impact..
"brad i" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"It was an eight. Beyer speed figure but he flew home does an entry level allowance race. He's now won two in a row and this guy is getting good. He's a a a Colt by warfront. And who knows how good he's going to be? But like I said when Dallas starts talking up a Horse. That's kind of unexposed in the state as far as stakes caliber goes. You have to take notice so it'd be very interesting to see you know how far up the ladder border town can go right now. He's a one of the allowance winner but I dare say that Probably big things are in the future for the Senate of Warfront. You know one of the stories that I I try. Try to create a thing Last weekend Brad I was. I had noted on Sunday The the two wins for the why guts for Pam and Marty y dot and then they came back again with With the other win on on Monday and essentially they three straight wins one with sheriffs and to with cliffs ice. And a you know. How often does an owner win three straight with three straight mounts with three straight starters and not very often and it's not very often that clips ice comes out with the first time starter Whose name escapes me. Critique a very keeper I'm sorry secret keeper. Thank you secret keeper and I believe that Billy is a A A SIBLING. To A to turn billy that the why. God said Not long ago and secret keeper a daughter of intimacy. I was kicking myself after the race because into mischief. Phillies they are. It seems to me speaking anecdotally but Phillies Siad Bhai into mischief. They win so many times first time. Now that it's almost like a it should be a flat bet Situation and figure keeper came out firing daughter to Miss Jeff and she you know she ran well and I think she wants to go along. And that was a very impressive. Solid Win About BAFFERT had a couple of well-meant In the race including a first time starter in secret keeper just weird right past and it looks like she can probably go longer than she went the other day. So it's nice. It's eclipse ice with some good stock. He's always ban atop trainer. He doesn't always get the cream of the crop And it's good to see clips is doing well with this Very very promising billy. Well and the sibling that you're thinking of the full sister of secret keeper is into chocolate. Thank you yes. And she went she was best. I believe Around two turns. I think she's still in training. He wanted to go to turn so you could keep her. It's cool when you see a horse with pedigree and then backs up that pedigree with performance and then you just think. How good can this horse get? It's maiden sprint win so we're not GONNA get too far ahead of ourselves but it was an auspicious debut by Philly with pedigree and obvious ability and she's in the right hand so some yeah. Some cool You Know.
"brad i" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"To be true and Brad I missed the early part of your newscaster reached in here in the studio late did I hear you say we have some hair salons and barbershops re opening here in you know this will be in the smaller counties again to reopen starting next Friday good grief and it's funny how it ultimately is the little things you know what you're going to have for dinner we're gonna get it whether you have any hamburger or not what do you need to hear right it's the little things and man I'm here it doesn't look that all right so look worse yeah every other day of the year looks worse I wish I would have said something I want to try to fix it sounds like an opportunity Brad bring your ten percent I've got that's how I do mine well if you don't you don't have that much to do frankly there would be if I let it grow really yeah I really need to hear god I've gone to my friend John Hitchcock's for thirty some years and sometime in March I usually get I I see him once a month and he usually is a phone message policy Monday at seven AM whatever and this is the last message to governments well done on I see again I'll let you know and I really really be there by the way before we get on I do have some information about what other salons are doing and and we're all wondering how life is going to change permanently as a result the pandemic I have an idea based on what the HuffPost says today about hair salons are going to change but I want to bring your attention I just got off the phone with doctor chi hoon hay chi he's director of center global health Oregon State University professor of health management policy in the college of public health and Human Services and this guy is an expert on what we're going through and what might be coming and in the one o'clock hour today we're gonna run that interview it's a lengthy interview at one fifty I think will be the time will put on that if you're able to be with us for that I hope you can join us because pretty startling information and just off the top I will say to you wear your masks if you are indoors in a public place where your mask and the reason I want to talk to doctor Sheraton New York Times this morning two countries at least Korea and Taiwan have had zero deaths and zero problem with the pandemic their schools are open the restaurants are open there is very very limited closures in those countries and I wanted to know what they did that we didn't and on the timing of such and you're not gonna you're not gonna believe a doctor she told me about what we should have done what we're not doing and how we might pay for down the road but the but the initial messages if you're reluctant to wear the mask where if you're around other people if you're in a public place specially indoors where the mask so that's tough post talks about how hair salons across the country that are re opening even in the smaller counties Oregon right now and the changes that were going to go through it and Dr Burke's Deborah burst according to the White House coronaviruses Boston has warned that she doesn't think hair salons and barbershops should be include barber shops should be included in the first phase of lifted restrictions they're open in Georgia right now bed if you go to the salon scanned in sandy springs Georgia right now they say things have really changed here in terms of protocols you have to consult ahead of appointments you don't get to sit down on the chair and talk about what you want done that's going to be spelled out first temperature checks are mandatory curbside product pick up no cash they currently have three stylists working at a time with no double booking meaning they'll never be more than ten people in the salon at and and a one time they believe the result that the restrictions will result in safer more sanitary practices no more concrete your salon's no more newspapers or magazines and everybody handles and I haven't seen anything on this run down that would tell me that well here's here's one in New York no talking in the shampoo area because of the people doing your hair get too close to union they don't want to that particles flying back and forth no waiting areas show for your appointment on time sit down in the chair and get the heck out of me none of these changes sound like things we can't deal with but it's just a good little example of how things are gonna change in the future I can't imagine what it's going to mean in restaurants I know what they're talking about servers wearing face masks and all of that but our life is about to change and I think the way to prepare for those changes is to keep track of this information as it comes out in small doses relative to specific businesses to see how it's gonna affect us down the road I got a question for you yeah does this mean the end of gossip because that's where you go for your grass at the salon at the salon at the barber shop if you can't where you go for your guns up might have you have you seen the internet before well hold on the password with no there's this new thing called the interweb the reason to tweet stuff now I'd like to sit there under those those big hair dryers the that that coming over your entire head and gossip with the girl you see like Twitter and Facebook that's all text you can't believe that you got to get out of the horse's mouth I don't think gossip will ever die John and I mostly talk golf he he's a bigger golf not tonight well you know what I heard was that I always forget Johnson kind of guy insuring his wife here and they are golf nuts I mean they're really trendy people with the hair on the clothes and they're on top of you know fashion and what's in what's out they work with models all that they're the kind of couple that would crawl under the fence when a golf course was closed on Christmas day to play big play every day so John and I always hear about the latest of a here's a way to put better here's which have better knowledge and stuff so no gossip what were please in court I know you know how much you have because you pray you cut at home I've taken but he just can't remember spect cut my hair like four or five times a day just because of god I have no short term memory anymore like Skrillex no yeah I I have I have clippers died a day do mine in the basement as opposed to the garage like like Brad so I've been able to maintain my my beautiful hair style this entire time well it it the truth is if it weren't for Vanity we'd all have crew cuts period I mean we would just keep it cut off right I mean is that easiest cheapest way to go is easy yeah yeah that's the thing that they got me the reason why I started you know clip in my hair long before I started losing my hair was twenty five dollars for here comes way too damn much and so I I I can't I can't spend that kind of money you know every two weeks or whatever so I just started using clippers and include my own hair and I haven't spent more than hello again there's right you think this large charge twenty five dollars now with and that's how long is back in the day yeah hi Sir clip clip in my hair probably in in nineteen ninety seven so that's like earnest money like the tip all the more reason why to get the to get some clippers I thought I had it figured out there's a member in our family who is a very good here and I thought my Vicky said enough because she keeps her very short and I've had enough Willis this family member to come over to sit on the back deck will however mascot will mask a shocker got word yesterday good news I have a baby not allowed to be around anybody this I will wait until Multnomah county and John Hitchcock's vertigo yeah yeah I am struck me absolutely crazy day coming up recommendations of what the experts are saying businesses should do when they re open White House says we don't need to look at those and we'll find out why that's been the response when.
"brad i" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Yeah it's it's wait. Who is it Brad Pitt Patio and Robert Deniro? WHO's been in most of? Yeah Bobby I need audition for this one. I'm sorry you're up against against Brad Pitt. Leonardo DiCaprio Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio meet with Martin. Skirt says he at the city of dreams resort in Manila to audition for his newest film. Despite despite their long history of working risk says the two actors learn they are competing against one another for the same role. Leo and Deniro. Yeah Yeah because Brad Pitt. Hasn't been in a scorsese movie as he Not I mean it's weird that we did a whole episode out of it. We'd ever Seven years in Tibet Scorsese. Maybe he loves to Bat. Yeah now because he was Koon What was the name of that movie? Yeah he did and other Tibetan score says he explains that the potential role to muses as they continue to studio city in Macau as S.. Deniro into Capri listen both exhaust or says he with their personal cases as to why they are right for the part. This sounds actually kind of boring. While the three of dinner the hotel score says he becomes inspired when he sees an advertisement in advertisement off featuring Brad Pitt three make their way towards Japan. Were Deniro into Caprio. Make their final cases for the part score says he then suddenly announces that neither I for the role and quickly parts ways with the two as Deniro and DiCaprio wonder why they were not psyched. They catch Scorsese meeting with Pitt. Who had arrived in Japan on short notice Deniro and Decapa then realized that Pitt was chosen for the role and and the two walk off into the night and disappointment? What a fucking field so also the ideas? That Robert Deniro discovered Brad Pitt through an ad. Ed I guess it's like who's this. WHO's this guy? I've never heard of him. I never considered this cast. Robert Deniro has himself Leonardo Leonardo DiCaprio as himself Brad Pitt as himself slash. Aaron Cross us. Martin Scorsese as himself. Rodriguez Prieto Joe as himself in that other guy at it smells like the waiters. You know we're not giving people character. Oh no no no. He's he's the lead cinematographer for Mardi our okay So he's probably he probably has like one line where he's like Mardi. We have to get the shot yeah. I wonder if they paid him. Thirteen million dollars. I mean price paid like more than he's ever gotten paid DP PJ Chinese casino to be like. Hey you know what you need like eight minute long mini episode of the podcast. I will do it for thirty five million dollars and we'll let you tell us exactly what we have to say in it. That's fine just let us to renounce leashes consists government. Yeah well fine Yeah all right. We'll see actually..
"brad i" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Whole storyline wasn't a compelling part. For right yeah. That'd be fine in it tree of life good film. I haven't seen it and I keep wanting to see it. I think that's one where you'd go over the you'd be like all right enough with the art like I know that you're now one of those guys. Yeah but there is a threshold that that you would be. Sometimes I like movies that are just like yeah. There's just like a weird thing being in its art. I'll tell you I liked that movie But there is a museum by me. the Museum of the moving image image that does a lot of screenings and they were doing a terrence malick film festival. Yeah until like. They're playing all his movies on the big screen and I was like I really like tree of life in Alma member so I could go to the five screenings of it not enough to ever watch it again in even in like the way it was intended like thirty five millimeter. So you know. Take that as you will for posters proposers. Voters like me to pretend to like that kind of movie Well here's a movie that wasn't for posers moneyball. Yeah people like that movie. I like that movie is a fun movie you you know what I I thought. It was slight watched it recently Great frigging movie. Yeah once he it is I. I remember he was very good. I can't judge actors. Yeah I don't know if it actors good or bad movie but that's one of those performances where it's just like. Oh No oh this is what good acting looks right. What did he do? That was particularly in Apple. At one point talking is I How much of that baseball player cost ask this is good? He's so natural World War Z.. World Wars said. Have you seen that. It was good. It didn't follow the book that closely. But it was one of those movies where they like. Regional Brooks wrote the book Brooks throughout the bug. Was it mad cap. It was Albert Brooks son now. These Mellberg son thinks he's he's Albert Brooks son now. His Albert Brooks is last name. It's really Einstein that's true. I don't think he's Mellberg son. Let's his name mattress. Chris yeah the number one thing that I hate a podcast that I listen to when they start arguing about something that that they He is the son of actress and Bancroft in director producer. Writer and actor Mel Brooks that is Albert first of all obvious but to the next line in his his father is Jewish breath. Wait you're telling me. Mel Brooks is Jewish. Apparently they got for talks about that war Z.. was was one of those movies where they like Reshot the third act. Yeah and it worked like I think that's why they continue to like re-shoot half of movies movies because this was like in twenty eleven it worked one. Yeah this is like one of the first times they did it and it worked and apparently like save the the movie and made the movie much better so now they do it for every movie twelve years a slave which I haven't seen and I don't think he's like a huge part in that now. I think that was a thing. Well so that's the next one. I was well. I'll say. Hey this one Another cameo type. Role is He's in Deadpool. Two which is a pretty funny cameo because it's a a A superhero that's invisible. And he's invisible the whole time and then when he dies it's because he like falls into a power line and when that happens he turns Unin visible. And it's Brad Pitt. So the joke is like this. Is Brad Pitt. The entire voice the whole time. I don't think he talked was eating and a half the lead any was there just like you know he was doing. I mean he was being electrocuted. So He's gone. Oh yeah that's very funny. Yeah fury did you see fury. I didn't a bunch of guys in tank. I'm of the tank. The tank stuff makes me feel claustrophobic. Tanks and submarines. No thank you yes you would not like this because yes a bunch of guys in a tank and sometimes it's like boy a we're kind of safe in the tank if we get out of this tank right now. We're going to be in trouble but also we say in this tank long enough they'll throw a grenade aiden tank and get us. A lot of that. Might only happened once number. And how long was the film. MM-HMM I don't think the super long Shiloh buff is in it to the beef thing is a mustache and I believe the story from the set was that he refused to shower and smelled very very bad because he was being method. Yeah and those those tank thank guys during World War Two were not a shower and all the time they were in the tank trying to win the war okay. Then once upon a time in Hollywood I have a very weird question and I'm just learning about this for the first time. Okay once upon a time in Hollywood Is Not a true story. Brad Pitt in Lee. In order to Capri whose first I collaboration and I'm not talking about growing pains because I was looking at that episode of growing pains and I think he was before Leonardo DiCaprio's character was on the show. Do you know about the show. This movie the audition the short film. No the audition is a twenty fifteen short film directed by Marty. Martin Luther it starts. Robert Deniro Bobby. Leonardo DiCaprio Leo and Brad pit building fictionalized versions of themselves in the travel through Asia and compete against each other for potential role. All in Scorsese's next film with this just like a Chinese commercial for something an advertisement for two new Asian Casino. What it it's the most expensive advertisement ever produce reportedly had a budget of seventy million dollars? What topping the previous record the thirty three million dollars the actors reportedly received a thirteen million dollar fee? Each for the two days shoot. Who How did they make twenty five minute movie with a two day? Shoot I don't know Marty Florida's paid somebody. We also like a B unit director. I mean he he's in it yes as himself and he's also the listed director The writers Terence Winter Winter who like Sopranos Guy he wrote the Wolf of Wall Street. Heroes Vinyl the TV show a he created boardwalk empire. Okay this he's the world is such a weird place. Yeah I I mean you know. All of them are super talented but also it sounds like they were paid enough that it was like. Yeah what do you want us to do. Yes yeah you tell us and we'll do it. I'm not going to yeah. We have no artistic input here and that's great. That's fine fine. We actually prefer it this way because now we can spend less time on it. Yeah it's just such a bizarre is how was it what was produced deuce to impart by Brett Ratner seventy million. I mean cats is famously MRI like you know a giant flop because it cost one hundred million dollars to me and this seventy million dollars. Nobody bought a ticket to go see sixteen minutes sixteen eighteen minutes long. It's probably mostly just like shots at the Casino. This is wild. Yeah we watch that we should. We should watch that in the nineteen and eighty seven film hunk. Yeah and then maybe the episodes of Growing pains that he's in all right. We have our who. We should've done our homework. Next week will do Brad Pitt Park Art to see all the real shit He was also in Ad Astra. Yeah not to be confused with Ed. Asner ah which either watch it. I keep meaning to you because it seems like the kind of hard scifi movie. That's right up my alley and you WANNA come over and watch it. I WANNA come over and watch the audition. Okay we'll do a double feature. Why do you have it? It's available in streaming. Why do I have to come to your house? I've been trying to convince my wife. She's not into sleepover tonight. We'll watch it okay. I'm in call your wife sleeping over. She what let's just great. You can do that every week to call me to tell me anymore. I'll just start assuming it if you like the show you can find out more by going. TC GT DOT COM. 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"brad i" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Let's talk about some of Bradley's Williams Billy's later films billy bread because nobody knows really Bradley I WanNa go through. I've some symbolist. I'm go from oldest to newest. Not Everything's on here but notable things are on here and there's probably a couple of notable things that aren't on here the notable films Of Billy Bradley Thelma and Louise which we already talked about. Yeah you know. Honk in that. That Gena Davis Great actress and a great archer. Yeah she still do that I think so. I don't know if she yeah I don't think she competes professionally another thing Davis's and old enough to compete professionally in arches. She's tooled yeah. It's it's sad I don't like that it's you know it's it's like it's a bummer. Yo You skip and things Tom Tom what did I skip. He was on two different episodes of growing pains playing two different characters. I mean I don't know I don't know those episodes the characters seen them. Yeah probably you to every episode of growing pains. Probably not in the Lakers. I remember tune into later seasons randomly and being like what this show is like a semi. Unrecognized yeah the six year old is now he's GonNa Mustache. Yeah Yeah what's his name is old Benjamin. He's older Chrissy. They age from a baby into like a singer Over a summer yeah. Mike moved into the Garage with a yet but then he moved out of the garage. I think thank you look. The families torn apart. Leonardo DiCaprio shows up. Yeah just you think. He was on an episode with Brad that'd be she's she's once upon a time in Hollywood. A growing injury union somehow thinly veiled recollection of their top. The growing pains Yes so I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about movies. Like cool world cool world. I feel like that the film the poor man's who framed Roger at the perverts who framed Roger Rabbit that's how I saw it the tell I perceived perceived of it yeah. I've never seen the film but it has an oddly positive legacy now does it. I think I remember about it. is seeing the poster at the mall. The time and Kim basing years cartoon character was named Hollywood. And the tagline was Hollywood. Really would if she could and I didn't know what that meant and even I don't really know something. She would have sex with them but cartoons students can have sex with humans. Maybe now okay so it was a movie where the cool world was like a tune world. Yeah and it was as a hardboiled noir thing right. Every cartoon human movie is a hard boiled new are active storewide. Why did it have to be that way? I don't know but I mean that's cool. World who firm Roger Rabbit Detect Piquiachu. Like all these movies. That's what they are. Cool World I meant to be respond or a play on who framed Roger Rabbit. I don't think so because I think it came out like I. It had to be Nassar. Maybe it was then. Yeah I don't know but hey I'm that they Gabriel Byrne head so he was in an an episode of tales from the Crypt Too scary but I don't remember it then. News in that movie a river runs through it where they were fly fishing. I think that was America's introduction to fly fishing. No of course not everybody in America but the general pop populations people with hats. They knew about. I bet it ahead of time right Jack Lemmon knew about it. You WanNa go fly fishing. That's my judging jank leverage I liked uh this thing about early time Brad Pitt. Early time early time early. Early career. he who is in so many boring movies. Yeah or boring to me as a child like Thelma and Louise seem real boring. Yeah well it's like a lot of talk. A river runs through it. Legends of the fall. Seven years in Tibet. Meet Joe Black. All these movies just seemed so God damned Boring Meteo bike with and boring meet. Joe Black was a good movie. Was it and that was later as ninety eight. Yeah yeah that that was after like seven and twelve monkeys right so that was after like I think guys like me and you were like all right. I think I mean to this guy and then you went at the C.. Meet Joe Black and it was like. Nah He's not being wack zied. You only go to see meet Joe Black so you could see the Phantom Menem. The Phantom Menace missile trailer. Before I forgot about that that that was attached eight-year-old that to pump up the office of Meet Joe Oh black by being like your first look at the news. Yeah exactly and people would go and wash trailer and walk out. Yeah because they didn't want to see the movie to see the trailer show black for some reason and I'm going to look this up but I I'm GonNa take a guess I'm GonNa say that. The movie was two hours and fifty minutes long. I don't know they make movies that long back now every movies that long but that was my two two hours and fifty eight minutes. Wow three hour move as insane in nineteen ninety eight. Yeah then. That's definitely that it had to been the cell to movie theaters like look. We're going to attach the new store. Yeah frailer to it. So you're not going to be able to get as me Screenings in per day. But YOU'RE GONNA fill them up. Yeah they're not going to buy any concessions considering to leave right. Maybe they'll buy some sour patch kids on the way out. That's the craziest thing to me. How movie times have gotten longer because I R I remember when we were younger? Got The shift just turning into. I remember when we were the younger but guess what Fox that that's that's are laid. We're just GONNA have to choose something to go with it. That's what it is too old fucks. Well the The thing was always like how many screenings can they fit. Yes but I guess now but that was back when there weren't as main multiplexes like they started building you're telling me VHS laser discs Of the multiplex that was back when they think screened The press is that our hugs. Thanks or no an elder statesman. She's Christ we're not that old thirty seven. Yeah people people are listening right now going. You think thirty seven's not that old that's true it Ha- hey I'm addressing dressing. You Guy who just guy or Gal that just thought you think thirty seven is an old. It's it's going to be there before you know no it. It goes into a point of an eye jarash it now. Nobody was going to say. Do all the things that you WanNa do like where we you were a relatively small town and the theaters were very old. Like in some cases you know from the pre fifties pre world war or two theaters and they had maybe two or three screens right because I remember when the multiply it was like. Oh this place has like a dozen thousand screens awesome and I think now. That's not going to say what I want to say. Say it just how exciting Tivat which at that wealthy flakes open and walk through it for the first time. Yeah and and just it's like there's a dozen place exerience put cheese. Christ remember the mat-su like a Martin Scorsese like The magic adjective the the cinema. When I was a kid? Yeah we're only a quarter All right true romance never saw me. Neither there. Is that a The the pinned.
"brad i" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Lot of people are like good. I like it. It's not good and I didn't like it but I heard it got better in later episodes. That's fine yeah maybe look not not everything has to be good. You can watch bad things all the time and I do Who wants the Internet movie database ads on Amazon? I'd like to address. Address Jeff bezos. He's listening a Baldy or if the Saudi Arabian governments. Listen to this senator. Hey chrome dome. I got a suggestion for you or demand even when you put it in a famous actor's actor's name into the search bar and their and their profile comes up don't show me they're producer credits. I yeah that's Brad Pitt. I looked up In before we were talking about Will Ferrell. Yeah both of them. Like Will Ferrell was an in this movie. What the Hell O producer? Yeah cares and and now a days people know that yes. Some producers are producing literally producing the movie and some producers. It's like now they're just a famous this person and they introduced somebody to somebody else in vouch for them and they get a producer credit. William Bradley Pitt Founded Plan B. And that's like a production company that he actually Runs Jab with Will Ferrell is will Ferrell's producer on succession. Yeah and I don't think he's like in the writer's room now he's a producer right. It's production company. Did it right. But I don't think he's as intimately involved in. It was probably involved in the telling of it but then after that I bet he was like all right out out. Yeah I'll just be cash my check where I'm not a bad thing because it's like you guys know what you're doing you're going to hear from all wheel somebody here needs to stand up for producers reducers while you're slandering them is do nothing. You're just trying to join the producers guild of America. It is by twenty twenty. Go to join a guild of some sort so I can get screeners for next Nikola Nada Guild of some sort a AH entertainment gill yeah an entertainment industry guild Z.. Can't join you'll workers guild. They don't get screeners. Yeah I know again what I what I was saying. Maybe if you'll join allow me to get these screeners the DVD manufacturers of America Guild. Now they don't even do it through DVD's anymore they do do they. They do it through websites and DVD's which is explain this to me while on five years ago who Who I don't think was part of a guild? Maybe they were but they got screeners and and this person would just dump them on a table and be like and this working at a tech company and there were like cave. Anybody wants any of these there here. It's like Oh there's a dozen people here who know how to rip this and upload it get you thrown in jail for this yes anderson. How that shits still leaks all the time? Yeah if I started like if I ever win the lottery Or join a guild that allows me to get Oscar Screeners or award season. Screeners of movies None of my friends would know about. You would tell people if you got a the lottery. Shirk keep that to yourself. Yeah but you would tell people if you've got screeners. Because he would brag about. You'd be like yes no I don't want you being okay. Okay can tell me get a taste on the dark web. You and you're interested in intellectual dark wood for dealer AAC heads the combat got it Egged heads where like I don't know forget it. Tom Do you know what Brad Pitt's first first credited. Appearance was now I don't. He's first grade. It was a film called Hunk of Wpro course it was and we see the titular Hong. He was not what he was. I don't tell me Edward James Olmos or something. Guess what I I said. It was his first credited now he was UNCREDITWORTHY. He was boy at the beach. Oh boy at the beach in a movie called. Honk Yeah and you WanNa know what the plot of hunk was a computer. NERD makes a deal with the devil and gets a new beefcake body. Oh I'd watch that wherever. Yeah Yeah how can we heard of this movie from Nineteen eighty-seven it's who John Alan Nelson was the was this the character of hunk golden hug Golden. That was his name. I guess after the deal at the devillier before must assume that it's right but I could also see if he was a boy named Honk and he wasn't honk. You would be desperate to make a deal to become a Hong. Yes Ed checks out. There's one quote on. IMDB from the moving the character of hunk golden as portrayed by John Alan Nelson been saying I finally meet a beautiful woman and she wants me to bomb Pearl Harbor talk about romantic..
"brad i" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"We work a lot with Brian. burks we tend to hear a lot of stories about Brad. Tra- living my personal favorite. Is Brad for living As a player showing up to Vancouver Training Camp and Fighting Gino Osijek. Where were you during this interview? Why didn't you tell me to ask that question? I don't know I didn't know why he didn't ask me to ask you about questions. I always ask you to submit questions this time. He just wants to do it. You didn't tell me. Do you want me to do what I tell you to do. Generally on this podcast. You're going to do an interview by yourself. You'll say I can't do this by myself. Come on that. You're creating this terrible impression of me. I was in Hamilton for the C. H. L.. NHL Top. How Prosper? I know but I wish I would've normally do send you a note. Is there anything I should ask. I didn't ask that one. Fading Gino Odjick because Brad was a tough player player. There's no question about that one of the things I really wanted to talk about was how do you stay above water and a year like this. 'cause I really thought that you you know there was a point there where he was the only spokesman in the NHL for everything that was going on and every word that you're saying is getting Parkhurst and you know so if you make a misstep you're really stepping in it and it kind of went on from there and pretty much did it. Every single day every day was an update and that issue was filled and scattered and littered with landmines. That you needed to stick handle around much like Patrick Kane. Decoding out a million bucks on the ice at the United Center as I'm watching Brad. Living with all those press conferences that he would do after the Calgary flames. James Game I'm listening and we're all waiting for like ooh. He shouldn't have said that. Oh that's a bad turn phrase it and I'm thinking like this is how Patrick Kane decode all those pucks that everyone's all L. impressed with like that was some really difficult stick handling the Bradsher. Living did this season us. And so that's one of the things we talked about and also we did the story recently about Chris Snow and they're pretty tight. So you're going through all of those kinds of things and when the interview was over actually it was pointed out that we didn't even mention what happened with Tj Brody Roti and it turned out that happily thankfully TJ brody is healthy but that was something that happened right at the beginning of all that too. He collapsed at practice. You know people. I think that you're dealing about hockey right when you're the general manager you're dealing with life and we kinda talked to him about how things that happen in life that you're not necessarily thinking thinking you're prepared for you're going to have to deal with. They suddenly come. It's like Garry shandling once said about the writers on the Larry Sanders show. He said you think you're writing a show about doing a TV show. What you're doing is re supposed to be writing a show about people? People that love each other.
"brad i" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"brad i" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"He rolls up and and i get to kind of welcomed the stage and we're talking like rural powell red i'm just lose and lose in it right and then for the show i got said kind of play with them play drums behind him which was a big deal for me because he played drums on a lot of his like infamous records right drummer brad i love playing and and i really wanted to make good impression so i was i was nervous the ship but but it was really i remember that feeling and just i still feel like a kid thinking so sweet sweet do you find that you go to these different like events and award shows and that the country ones verse like the pop or like more mainstream once they're like a different vibe yeah yeah totally i feel like there's a lot i mean i don't wanna see anything bad against him but i do feel like this way less of an agenda and there's a way to answer yeah it's well it's just a hang it's a lot more chill people actually know and care about each other as they pass and they say hey let gather later they actually mean it and everyone knows each other songs also yeah that's well there's a lot of mutual support and so what inspires you what inspires you honestly this is my answer iceberg self that's a great answer i love i of out of bed after taking all night two nights at three nights in or out like yeah uninspiring i'm inspired by 100 yeah thank you so i'm sorry ah toga but not by like whose artists you look up to like passer present that like you want to be like are you wanna have similar career sale.