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"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:39 min | Last week

"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

"Brady just needed some time or perhaps not. Who knows? I've given up trying to figure out Tom Bernie's president or his big one tonight. We have game one of the eastern and Western Conference semifinals on ESPN and the app are coverage of rangers hurricane starts at 7 eastern followed by the battle for Roberta between the oilers and the flames and speaking of hockey are one more thing takes us to the avalanche game last night where Russell Wilson took in the game and saw his new team win in overtime. I've seen him. Nuggets games. I've seen him as avalanche games now, soon enough we'll be taking grounders for the Colorado Rockies. Of course, a baseball background swagger. It feels like Russell Wilson's made himself a man about town so far in Denver. Yeah, and it's great he's in great shape and himself with it, but he is the football version of drink. He just got teams all over the place. He want to be a fan of everybody. Listen. Be a fan of OC out of sports teams just play for them, okay? That's what I'm gonna say. Hey, it's a good team to root for in the comments. They look like a potential Stanley Cup favorite. Back tomorrow. Hey everyone, this is Zach low, check out my podcast, the low post where I talk to people in and around the NBA about everything going on in the basketball world, the one and only Nikola Jokić, the most watchable, telegenic player in the NBA NBA. Players, trends under the radar teams, everything. I am a longtime holder of all the Devin Booker stock I can buy. And I'm not cashing in 'cause I think he's gonna keep getting better. Listen and subscribe to the low post wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:51 min | Last week

"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

"It's all America about that. We're just glad to have you back here for the remainder of NFL live, but San Francisco, Cleveland things are complicated right now. Hi, this is Brian windhurst. Twice a week on my podcast that had collected my conversations about the NBA's top storylines that the league's preeminent analysts and plugged in insiders from on court analysis all star and postseason awards ballots, the latest trade owners we cover it all. We can find the hoop collective whatever you get your podcast. And it's also now available on ESPN's YouTube channel. The Bengals are looking to avoid a Super Bowl hangover this season, but ESPN's football power index doesn't like their chances. In fact, it gives them just a 46% chance to make the playoffs. That would rank tenth in the AFC and puts them behind both the browns and the ravens and their own division. Here's Joe burrow yesterday on expectations. You know, going into it last year, we knew we were good, but I think going into the playoffs, you know, we knew we could win, but we weren't really sure what it took. We just kind of went out there and played really hard and together as a team. And it worked out. Now we know what it takes. We have that experience in our back pockets going forward. Man, I love Joe burrow. And so I think if I could answer this question, you would know what the answer would be. But swagger, do you have any concern of a potential Super Bowl hangover for Cincinnati right now? Zero. Yeah, agree. Zero, babyface. Now it's a harder road, right? Like it's a harder road for them to get there obviously. But I don't think the mentality and the mindset will fail them as they pursue and try to get to another Super Bowl. And one reason is because of what you just mentioned, baby face and that's their quarterback. His maturity level, but his understanding of taking a game week to week and knowing that one week or one play doesn't determine the outcome of an entire game. Remember, this was the same team that he talks about them being young, but they grew up a lot during that season and during that playoff run. This was a team that Bush can't send it to the brink at the end of the year. This is a team that came back and beat Kansas City after being down 21 in the playoffs on the road, all right? And they had a shot to win the Super Bowl, had it not been for the guy that ain't human by the name of Aaron Donald. Jamar chase wide open on the sideline. Bottom line is this though. Yep. I believe the mentality of these guys. I know Jamar and I know Joe. They are winners. And they understand that when and doesn't just happen. You have to do something to help facilitate that. I don't believe it'll be a hangover. I just believe this division is way harder because of the health of the Baltimore Ravens who I will have number one going into the season, but ultimately I don't expect I ain't going from a mentality standpoint from this team. It's not that the division is tough. The whole entire conference is tough. When you think about it, and look. They are a nice young team. They call people by surprise. There was about 5 games that they could have very easily turned and went the other way. The raider game in the playoffs could have went the other way. A couple bad calls in the game, a couple of miscues in the game. There's a different situation, a different story. I still think that they are ahead of schedule. You know, you don't just fall into the Super Bowl. It's a little bit of luck that's there and all those sort of things. What I would say, though, is when I played in Tampa Bay, we were a young football team for a couple years. Then we got better. We took some lumps in the playoffs against the Philadelphia Eagles. We brought in some veteran leadership, some veteran players, and then we got grown on them real quick. And we went on to win the Super Bowl. And that's kind of the way that I view the Cincinnati beagles right now. A lot of success, young, by the time they start to get right, it will pop and they'll eventually get that Super Bowl. But I don't think that they just going back. No, I don't. Right. He Marcus field, you know, if the Bengals were in the NFC, will you be talking about them a lot differently, the proud for the Bengals is that they are in the AFC, their own division. Like, you talked about the ravens last year. They dealt with unprecedented amount of injuries. Lamar going down, the Bengals almost caught. It was like lightning in a bottle and they rode that wave. But they have, they have the piece, the quarterback, and that's the most important thing. But I think there is some naivete, like the guys that the young guys that get to the Super Bowl gets even the playoffs. They always assume they always assume that you're going to get back there. And it's just not like that. Unless you're quarterbacked by Tom Brady, chances are you're not getting back to the world, but this is a very good young squad, and they've got the quarterback of the future. Okay, so I know y'all not trying to throw shade on the Bengals. I understand that, but this is a good football team, y'all. Now you are. The Germany knows that more than me. Ohio. I know that the Bengals are then team. No, they're good. I got you, but if you tune in, you'll think that it's just by happenstance that they got to the Super Bowl. No, no. They have a mark on the back in the NFL. Marcus, you're picking the ravens as the favorite. So not only are you not the favorite. Just go back to the last year. I mean, I'm not talking about this. I got you. I got you. I'm not talking about them being Super Bowl contenders. I think they have just as good a chance as anybody else. Honestly, I really believe they do because of who their quarterback is and the level in which they played last year. Yo, that team went on the road and beat the Kansas City Chiefs at home. Like, that's not a fluke. They went to the Super Bowl. I know. I was there. They went to the, but so that's what I'm saying. Like, I get it. You can look through a season and say, 5 or 6 games would have went the other way. That's the difference. Keisha, you know that. That's the difference. In having a successful team, you're the only Super Bowl champion. So I just don't want people to turn on NFL live and think that we saying the Bengals got lucky. No, they earned their way to the Super Bowl. They certainly earned their way, but you got to look at how they got there. You got to look at that. Like Kim said, unless you got Tom Brady, it's not just going to all of a sudden magically be back in the AFC championship game. That's all I'm saying. And I get you to Marcus. You got slick. Look over your left shoulder. Look over your left shoulder for me. Look over your left shoulder. Both of them. Yeah. You see, you ain't slick. Both of us. See that helmet in the back. You ain't slick. You just mentioned a minute ago. If you have Tom Brady, that's a good thing. Well, the box nearly didn't have Tom Brady this off season. And here's Joe burrow on Tom Brady's retirement. How about this? Quote, did anybody actually think he was going to be retired? I think he wanted to shut down the conversation because if he didn't announce his retirement, everybody will be talking about, is he retiring? Is he not retiring? I think he went ahead and did it to get everybody off his back. So he could think about it. Again, it was 40 days. That comes via the full send podcast, by the way. So K Mart, your thoughts, you buying this conspiracy theory, thrown out there by young Joe burrow. I buy whatever Joe spicy is selling. And Brady, he is just, he's just too maniacal. He's at home. He's flipping the double bird, thinking screw everybody else. He's watching TV. He wants to get in everybody's head. That's how Brady is, so I could see that happening. All right, so perhaps Tom.

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"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:55 min | Last week

"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

"Indy, and then Washington, that move on from him. So this is a huge season because I know deck will be in Dallas. Jalen hurts, I know he will be somewhere he has starting potential to Daniel Jones. Okay. I don't know what's going on with Daniel Jones, but he will still be in the league. I just don't know what Carson Wentz because of the ceiling with him and what the expectations were for him. And for him to continuously disappoint, I think he's running out of time to be a starter. Okay, you are exactly right. Listen, this is different levels of pressure, right? And we all understand that deck Prescott is not under pressure for his job, but dak Prescott is under the most pressure because of expectations. What he's being compensated and who we believe him to be in the NFL. And that is the reason why I still give Dallas a little bit of an edge in this division because their quarterback to me not to me to everybody pretty much is the most proven the most trustworthy and the most consistent. Now with that being said, okay? This is not one of those situations for me while I look at that Prescott and say, if you don't win a playoff game this year, the whole world is going to go crazy. It will go crazy. But the whole world within that building won't go crazy. Because I'm sure it will be another area of this football team that they feel like they need to address, like they were like they tried to do this year with drafting in the offensive line. Ultimately, it's dak Prescott, right? Again, macro. That's a word that I'm gonna use a lot y'all. I like that word. Dak Prescott has the pressure because he has the money. He has the, he is the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, America's team, and he also is expected to win. These other guys, people are patient. They try to figure out what are they gonna be. It will be great if Carson Wentz is great. It will be great if Jalen hurts is great. If Daniel Jones, reasserts himself, it'll be great. If that plays well, if that plays at a high level, people will be like, yeah, that's what we expect you to do, dak Prescott. So from that standpoint, the pressure is there. But the rest of these three guys, they playing for their jobs. They playing for opportunities to start in the NFL. That's a different type of pressure. It sure is. Well, one player who can not relate to the pressure of having to play for your job is cowboys all everything linebacker Micah Parsons. He's been busy this off season as well. Last night here he is, throwing out the first pitch of the rangers game, a little high, little outside. However, I will say this. Oh, come on, I think it's probably possible personally. And certainly in the context of comparing it to his puck drop at the Hershey's bears game, what are you doing, Mikey? You don't just drop the puck, you gotta wait for the guys come up there and take what the sticks down. Micah Parsons probably not gonna be an NHL rep at any time in the near future. Not bad right now. I wouldn't like a little bit of a more assertive approach there for Micah, but who am I to tell that man anything about being athletic? He is a super freak that much is for sure. From 30 for 30 podcasts. Street ball is really how I grew up. A compilation of stories, styles and sounds. What these guys are doing on the streets is artistry, illuminating the essence of the game from the people who play it, shape it and love it. The style of basketball that's being played now. That's dedicated to record park, featuring Jamal Crawford, Chelsea gray, God sham God, and others. This is a street bomb mixtape, starting May 31st, follow and listen on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Find rhythm with the rams during the regular season, but in the playoffs, he looked like the star receiver of years past. His reception percentage increased by 25% in the playoffs and he more than doubled his yards per route run. He actually posted the 5th highest yard per route run in the playoffs beyond the likes of Cooper Cup, devonta Adams, Travis Kelce, and gay Davis. You know, in Twitter, a little while ago, this was late in April, OBJ said, I will be back. I don't know when, where, but I will be back. All right, let's get Kimberly Martin here in some perspective. What are you hearing in terms of what interest there may be in OBJ around the league? Yeah, Odell is too good not to be back this season. The question is when. And I'm actually surprised that he hasn't signed anywhere. But again, I think it's because everybody understands he's coming off the knee injury. You know, Adele is a late postseason push kind of siding. That's, you know, late November late October, November. That's when you bring them in. I still think LA makes the most sense. You don't need them to be a number one, but we saw that he is still productive. He is still a touchdown machine. He is still a guy that you have to account for on the field, and he makes any often scarier. So LA, I would think that makes the most sense. Yeah, Kay, I'm on with you on that. And listen, everyone knows my affinity for Odell Beckham junior. He's one of my favorite people, favorite players. I'm afraid this injury tag is starting to attache itself to it. And I know these teams are still going to be very interested in their services because he was trending towards being the MVP of the Super Bowl before he tore his ACL. He tore his ACL the year. Prior to and that is the part that makes me nervous about the type of attention that he hasn't gotten up into this point. Now, we can pass this off and say, obviously, the injury is the reason no teams are looking at Odell Beckham junior or he hasn't signed with another team. It's two things that's in play here. One, the rams do want to bring Odell Beckham junior back. And the other thing is, Odell Beckham junior has the opportunity to choose where he wants to play football as well, which is huge. Because that old adage of the grass ain't green on the other side, where damn show was greener in LA when he left Cleveland. It got way greener. Matter of fact, it was turf, baby facing KM over there. You ain't have to maintain your lawn. All you had to do was go out there and do your thing and enjoy that beautiful weather out there in California. It's one other place though. Oh. Because everybody talks about the rams. It's one other place that I think would be very interesting and a good move for Odell Beckham junior. What do you got? And it's in LA with the Chargers. I don't think that would be a great opportunity. KM you just said it. He does not need to be a one. Keenan Allen is the one. Mike Williams, who they signed just recently is a big time over the top physical red area playmaker. OBJ work in the middle of that field with those two guys on the outside. If you really want to ascend and you've been paying attention to what the charges have done to try to solidify themselves as legit, contenders to win a Super Bowl. I think that'll be another place that Odell Beckham junior should be interested in. I love that. I love that. Because Mark isn't back when the Denver Broncos traded for Russell Wilson. I know people at the Chargers were like, okay, that's cool. But still bet on us. We still feel pretty good about what we're doing this off season. And you have to. Because number one, the quarterback. Justin Herbert, we are talking about Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. We understand Joe burrow Winston Super Bowl, Justin Herbert is that dude. And they fully have been right there. It's around him that Derwin James, like their entire defense. This is a team that is poised to quiet all the naysayers about can the Chargers get over the hump. Can the Chargers win those games? Can they not shoot themselves in the foot? And this is a team that I think adding Odell to the mix like Marcus said, he doesn't.

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"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:29 min | Last week

"bradberry" Discussed on NFL Live

"Certainly closed the gap. It all is about the quarterback position in Jalen hurts. They went out and got him toys to play with. Devonte Smith, they drafted if they traded for AJ Brown. They made some decisions on the defensive side of the bar as you mentioned. They also drafted well. When you look at this football team, he is the future of the Philadelphia Eagles at quarterback. I don't understand why people think he's not good. If I gave you 4045 hundred yards of total offense at half of it was in the air, it happened was on the ground. 30 touchdowns split 5 to 6, 7 interceptions. You would take that from him. If I gave you that from a passing quarterback with zero run statistics, you would take that in a playoff appearance. What's the problem? Yeah. I think it probably comes down to just how that playoff performance went key when they were so, so miserable against the box in the first half. But let's spend things forward here. He's got confidence, Kimberly. How much confidence did how committed do you believe the eagles are to Jalen hurts in the long term? Everyone will be talking about feel they are confident. I don't think this is a situation where the eagles have said we're only giving him this year. But the eagles are not unlike any other team, which is which is we need to see some production. We need to see growth. And if we don't see that this season, we have draft capital next year, we have to explore all options. This is a great situation for Jalen to take the reins to grow to develop and get this team back to the playoffs and he has like he said all the tools to do that. I think what we have in this conversation KM and key context is very important. We see the moves that the Philadelphia Eagles are making. And they're kind of in the same vein of what we saw the Los Angeles Rams do. They're getting and acquiring guys that play at a very high level. AJ Brown, obviously you bring in Bradbury, who people consider one of the top corners in this league, put them across from Darius slay. You look at the draft. You look at the resigning of Fletcher Cox. All of these things, the offensive line, we all agree that this was the best offensive line in the NFC east in the division. I think their neck and neck with Dallas. But to your point, kid bores down to the quarterback. Jalen hurts, okay? Has ascended and become a better player ever since I started watching him at the university of Alabama. Each year, he's gotten better at things that are flaws considered to be flaws in his game. Now, ultimately, I want a caution people, though, because this is about how we roseman, what that organization and that franchise believes they need out of the quarterback position if Jalen doesn't just blow it out of the water and make it no doubt. I'm going to give you all a history. Jared Goff threw for almost 4000 yards. He threw it for 20 and 20 touchdowns and 13 picks, okay? Not a great season. But Jared Goff had been to a Super Bowl. With the Los Angeles Rams already. And they traded for Matthew Stafford because that was the guy that they felt like with everything around them they could win a Super Bowl with. Now it came to fruition and it doesn't happen often in this league unless you're talking about Tom Brady or Matthew Stafford, but those things are in place. The Philadelphia Eagles are going to determine whether we decide if Jalen hurts got better or not, or if he had a good season, they are going to decide, can we win a championship with his playstyle and what he's bringing to the table. So it does not mean Jalen hurts will not have a good season if they move on from him. It's just not the type of season that they may be looking for based on the things that they've done around him. All the pieces again seem to be in place here for Jalen hurts. We take a look at the eagles schedule for this upcoming season recently released of course. We have two one then I football games. We can not wait for those of course on our ESPN and family event works. So I wanted to make something you just said right there because I agree with you and it's worth noting that Philadelphia and by the way has multiple first round picks next year plus an extra second round pick as well from New Orleans and what could be either a very good draft or a disgruntled veteran becomes available in a trade. If we were to, is there a way to sort of quantify what success looks like for Jalen hurts next year to prove that he'll be the guy next for the rest of the foreseeable future? Is it winning a division title? Is it winning at least one playoff game or is that too difficult to answer right now given all the factors in play? Phil, we can go macro, right? We can all agree that if Jalen hurts goes to the playoffs, he wins a game, wins the first round game, plays well, and they go to a second round and lose, but he plays well, then the Philadelphia Eagles have a decision to make. That's macro. Micro is this the coaches that are in that facility every day working with Jalen hurts are going to ask the question is his skill set evolving enough for what we have in place right now for him to eventually be a quarterback that think we think can lead us to a Super Bowl. He's not a lot different from his guy in Miami who he went to college with tour tongue about. So now you have to figure out from the Philadelphia Eagles brass, what are they looking for in terms of what the progression is that Jalen hurts is making or needs to make in order for them to feel comfortable handing him a $150 million in the keys to the franchise. That is entirely different. I'm telling y'all it is entirely different from what we may think or what we may think we're watching. Because ultimately, like I said before, the Los Angeles Rams let a Super Bowl a Super Bowl contending quarterback goal in a trade and we see San Francisco give away three pics for a quarterback that they went to the Super Bowl with. So it's not just about how much success the team has. It's also about Jalen hurts progression and I will stress that as long as this season and off season goes along because ultimately what they're doing is positioning themselves in a week NFC to be players and contenders to win an NFC championship and go to the Super Bowl and Jalen hurts is the piece that needs to evolve and become better in order for them to do so I believe. A massive opportunity for Jalen hurts or perhaps some pressure more on that in just a moment. Let's stay in the NFC. Since according to ESPN's football power index, the cowboys are the favorites to win the division, they give him a 45% chance to do so, but particularly to become the first repeat NFC east champions since the eagles in 2003 and 2004. That's the longest shriek was by any division without a repeat champion since the merger. So I mentioned opportunity perhaps pressure. And so Kimberly asks you the first, which quarterback in the NFC east, do you think is under the most pressure to win this season? Phil, there's only one answer. It's Carson Wentz, because he's not just, he's playing for his NFL future. The minute the Indianapolis Colts, Frank Wright gave up on Carson Wentz, you knew he was running out of time. If this does not work in Washington, that will be three teams, Philly,.

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"bradberry" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"bradberry" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Had a much better day on defense much better coverage couple of pass breakups by sam bill. Couple of pass breakups by road dairies williams. At least one by james bradberry interesting note on the defensive side of the ball with a dory jackson out after suffering his ankle injury on wednesday. It was rookie row derrius williams who stepped into the lineup as the starting cornerback opposite bradberry. Don't know how that's going to play out over the next few weeks in what will happen. If jackson is not available week one but right now looks like plan a option a to To replace jackson is williams the rookie sixth round. Pick out of oklahoma state. Who has had a really really impressive training camp or a giants fans. The giants will return to new jersey for a short practise on friday brief. Walk through more. Or less which i would assume. This is what that practice will be sort of a recovery day and then the giants will be at metlife stadium on sunday evening to complete the preseason against the against these same new england patriots than roster cuts are coming on tuesday. Please stay tuned to biglou view dot com for all of your giants coverage will. Have you know we'll have roster predictions coming up. We'll have cuts will have trades on. Anything that.

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"bradberry" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"bradberry" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Stuff they probably therapist about home schooled after eurovision which is another film that sort of similar even though much bigger budget etc annette lakes. I love it. Everybody hates it but again. My tannen has done coming back to the topic. So it's a trilogy is a trilogy officially is my head. Tonal a totally yeah. Yeah so An recently because similar to my willows story My roommates in college. I showed them this film and they did not like it either and as a house party recently two guys and then another guy from college. Different person though who. I'm normally very much instinct with this person. They hate this stone like they won't even talk to me about it. Really because they find they find the portrayal of the author Drink clements character though similar to like i think isaac asimov for it's insulting to to offer like somebody like is it like i don't i mean maybe but i don't know because it is based off an author but not asimov it's the name ron who is Gosh i'll look it up as we. We continue to chess from that era. Like heinlein or or thinks bradberry bradberry to me but like bribery was prolific and great. This dude this character is yet it someone smuggler from what i from. Not even knowing utah based science fiction. Fantasy writer david farland who also writes under the name. Dave wolverton and deduct miller novel writing workshops in center seminars. Peace lords is a take off of his popular and bestselling book the rune lords. Why is this like this is like. I watched the bright of frankenstein for the first time ever and i didn't realize how much young shot for shot parody of it and i kind of respect less for that. This is that now it's like. Oh this is less creative. Parodying pacific thing more than i thought it was is pretty sure masterful like a good parent. My face what we do we we take what we've actually seen in what we now blow it out. And i think he is kind of an archetype not a super common one but he is warned to where even we were thinking. Oh is he a taking up. Isaac asimov you could certainly isaac asimov Being not to disparage the name. I'm going to have people. Hey how dare you say about our please at us like. We're we're ready for getting at. We don't get enough. Apps would love some more angry or otherwise So continue on..

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"bradberry" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"bradberry" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Like hbo. Max approaches you and says they want to turn into a tv series. Like that is so fricking cool. It just like it's not about sitting at like sitting down and waiting for opportunities to come to you it's about creating things and then the opportunities come. Yeah i mean. I think with you know with anything. It's really important to you. Know do things that you know that you're passionate about and creative and you never kind of know what things are going to turn into. I don't think there was any you know. It wasn't created. Set out to end up as a show but it has and it's really cool. That is out now and people are watching it and binging it and enjoying it. So it's pretty awesome. In the first episode they play a lady gaga song. Like twice like the very end to is that your idea or is he just obsessed. I think that was i believe. That was his him with the the music for the trailer But which is do liba but No that was all that was all him. I mean we. We were obsessed with that song. Last summer has gone. Yeah good. It's very very funny and i just i mean obviously i love you and i love gary and Just i'm proud of him too. And i just think it's cool that you guys work together and love each other and do life together and basically what i'm just asking is. If like you gary will adopt me. Of course i guess that's no brainer. Obsessed with you guys. Yes any time. Can you talk about the your other show that you guys are doing. Yeah right now. So we had a travel show that we'd started in february twenty twenty but say which which again started because he started filming all on your instagram. People were loving it started. It came Through my documenting. Our trip to italy that we took in twenty nine. I guess it was and In the summer of twenty nineteen and we got approach to turn it into a docu series. Tv show and we did. And we were filming. It is called bradberry brandon gary goto and we were filming. It started Just before cove it hit In march so we have two episodes done. But you know they're still a pin in it because of what's going on in the world than our adults are very engine all of those things so we're waiting until it's super safe to go back out and finish it but You know. I love the show. We've got one episode together. We went to rio and went as far as and I think he will love the show when it comes out. So so funny course. We're going to love it because we loved.

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"bradberry" Discussed on The LeftOut Podcast.

The LeftOut Podcast.

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"bradberry" Discussed on The LeftOut Podcast.

"What is something that you think like. You've carry from your childhood that your parents do you know who. That's a good question. I asked something that has to do for me. Something that my mom taught me is. If there's people your house was feed them to this day i stood greenhouse. Yeah i feel very anxious if you like. I invite people to the house and like i haven't got something to offer you something that like. My definition stood into me. Yeah and definitely that aspect of people come to house cleaned so you kind of have. Was that like when your hospital definitely. That's something yeah definitely like literally as soon as they walk in joint to drink. have you eaten like obviously. That's come from my mom for shaw. Like oh mom loves to cook man. My mommy are. She loves to cook. And it's a nice feeling comes then you then you feel like it's something wholesome like i really feel like food is the way to like someone's like i've had like my best conversations around. Yeah yeah unlike really gotten to know people with food involved. Yeah agree and it's it's such a beautiful thing. I not such a massive thing in not just african culture across the board food is something. That's very very significant in our cultures. But yeah that's it for me for me. Something that if i had to flip it it may be something that i've been joined. Bradberry went carey. Is i feel like with african cultures. We kind of do this thing where we like. We don't talk about what's going on inside the house. Yes the shame. And i agree that you don't have to lift your business you think. Sometimes it doesn't need to be taboo about sending we can talk about like i didn't even know like you can seek help if you need to do with mental health. All we did anything really. So it's like sometimes i just don't like when we do that too much because it's like if we keep making things taboo people aren't going to open up a new version of a very sick very very grandma. That's what that's one thing in our generation i feel like is changing like would definitely more expressive about emotions. We definitely have all of these very tough conversations more often than not and that is definitely something i agree. I've really adopted that that aspect of your life your life. You don't need to go and tell everybody. Every john joined and harry sorry about what's happening in your life. Yeah but i feel like it's again. What you said is toxic. Yeah because you can actually be dealing with something and you're not able to express that because you're afraid of how people are going to receive it. You feel like an like going up of always been like more on the openside here and What's it called. I feel like. I was definitely like shh like i was shunned for like it was like why are you so this year i liked toured every single person. It's just because i was more. You're just three inexpressive and because in our community it's like you have to be like timid quiet like you know. Reserve a conservative. yeah. I'll just didn't fit that bulks. Yeah i was like it was seen as a negative rather than positive. Yeah very bad. And that's why like a lot of things have like a lot of people going through things and they can't. It's so sad because it's like a lot of these people are all going through the same things but because they have that shame..

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"bradberry" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bradberry" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"As you get ready to settle yourself down. Now i want to share with you some ways you might notice. You're becoming more confident. So i did a little research. And i found an article on forbes dot com written by travis bradberry. It's titled twelve things. Truly confident people do differently and the very first thing that was mentioned is confident people get their happiness from within people who are confident derive a sense of pleasure and satisfaction from their own accomplishments as opposed to what other people think of their accomplishments. They know that no matter what anyone says. You're never as good or bad as people see. You are another thing they do is they. Don't pass judgement confident. People don't pass judgement on others because they know that everyone has something to offer and they don't need to compare other people to themselves or take other people down a notch and feel good about themselves. Comparing yourself to other people is limiting. So don't waste your time sizing people up and worrying about whether or not you measure up to what they think of you.

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A Meditation to Help you Embrace Your Confidence

The Daily Meditation Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

A Meditation to Help you Embrace Your Confidence

"As you get ready to settle yourself down. Now i want to share with you some ways you might notice. You're becoming more confident. So i did a little research. And i found an article on forbes dot com written by travis bradberry. It's titled twelve things. Truly confident people do differently and the very first thing that was mentioned is confident people get their happiness from within people who are confident derive a sense of pleasure and satisfaction from their own accomplishments as opposed to what other people think of their accomplishments. They know that no matter what anyone says. You're never as good or bad as people see. You are another thing they do is they. Don't pass judgement confident. People don't pass judgement on others because they know that everyone has something to offer and they don't need to compare other people to themselves or take other people down a notch and feel good about themselves. Comparing yourself to other people is limiting. So don't waste your time sizing people up and worrying about whether or not you measure up to what they think of you.

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Interview With Author David Yoon

What Book Hooked You?

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Author David Yoon

"This week. I'm thrilled to have david yunan. Whose newest book super fake love song is out now. An conversation that we pretty much covered all talk about his newest book a his debut his writing journey and a lot about what he was like as a young person so really enjoyed talking to david. Hope you enjoy listening listening so david. What book hooked you. What book hooked me It's it was when i was in middle school. I don't know exactly how old i was. But i remember talking to my librarian and i was like i don't know to read their so many books in the school library and she just pulled out the halloween tree by ray bradbury and If you read this book but it's it has these awesome woodcut Drawings in it and it came up a long time ago. Like in the sixties. I want to say and this is way before like killington and the newspaper from the nightmare before christmas. But it's kind of there's a character in it. That is the skeleton dude with. I think he has a pumpkin for a head. I know he doesn't but he's like this very skeleton like figure and he's very creepy and he's very Theatrical like jack's kellington was and he challenges This group of boys on halloween when their trick or treating to to give up a year of their lives to save the life of their best friend Pippin who's at homesick can't trick or treat and so they travel around the world and learn about like all these Reports and customs that surrounding death and they wind up in mexico and they eat The sugar skulls and that is like. I'm going to give up a year my life to save my friend and It was just so it's like super atmospheric and super moody. This is awesome so then at of course read all very bradberry. I could find reading stuff. I shouldn't have been reading and so middle school time. Was that in age. Like were you a big reader. Then was it hard to get you to read or was it something where you pretty much constantly always had some sort of book. You're working your way through. I mean i was always reading. Yeah for sure Is reading a lot of stuff But then that book kind of it was like my first sorta grownup book. I guess and after that i started reading a of piers anthony fancy novels and i read like fifteen close and i was like wait a second. It's kind of the same story over and over again and that's florida and Then i started reading a lot of stephen king which i know i shouldn't have been reading And my dad was a weird guy to he. he He studied victorian like them. He he focused on the metaphysical poets. Okay it adds seoul university in career and then when it came to the united states he studied library science all things. wow and so he was like you need to be reading old man and the sea You need to be reading. Was it on human bondage and then lady chatterley's lover and was like that. I don't think i should be reading this. But he didn't care he's like the crazy. Daddy shows like the horror movies to his kids because he wants them to to Have a good sense of the canon. Anna is exposed to a lot of stuff that i probably shouldn't have been but i'm grateful for it and i would imagine while it was definitely helping Definitely helpful for your reading life to have a dad like that and that was kind of pushing it but was there any sort of rebellion there. That because you were being forced to read so many books were pushed upon you that reading. You rebelled against or turn against it because it was it was assigned by by dad I don't know it's hard to remember like like reading moby dick before high school. Sure looks like there's no way. I'm gonna finish so even if it did come from like a friend i don't know if i would have just cause but it did. It did feel like homework for sure At the same time like my older brother. I have one older brother. And he was a big reader to He used to read at the dinner table and it was like a problem. You know But i you know. I'm a little brother saw. I'll read to on just like him. I want to compete in everything we do. Because we're siblings. So he also turned me into the reader just sort of inadvertently and so when you got to high school especially when those are when in in those english courses you're being assigned full size novels and things like that. Didn't you find and really getting into what's canonized literature. We'll call it. Were you kind of a step ahead. That you think In those courses because dad already sorta had you on that home regiment of a reading those types of books. That's a funny question. Because i just realized really recently i mean my dad passed away like over a year ago. and so It just when you're when your parent passes away and makes you think a lot about your relationship in like your whole history. And i was like dude. My dad was like an outsized influence in in my interest in writing in books. I never appreciated him fully for that. He just kinda did it sure Yes and when. I hit high school. It was english. Classes where my absolute favorite My english teachers were my absolute favorite. My locker got broken into one time. So isis i was like no lockers and i used my english teacher's classroom as my locker That's how much we trusted. Each other's liked each other so that was sort of the year of You know camus. And ray bradbury. Shirley jackson and margaret atwood. That's like when i started really getting into those guys and and then i was like all right. This is this is really important to me. Plus i also had study hall. Not how i had studied hall but Journal i wrote in my journal pretty much every day so and so i take it

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Climate Activists Want Biden To Bar Appointees With Fossil Fuel Ties

Environment: NPR

03:27 min | 1 year ago

Climate Activists Want Biden To Bar Appointees With Fossil Fuel Ties

"Joe biden has an ambitious climate plan and there are a lot of people with government experience. Who could help implement that plan. But some of them have ties to fossil fuel industries and that is a problem for climate change activists. Npr's jeopardy reports in philadelphia recently. A group of young climate activists marched to biden's campaign headquarters. The sunrise movement often pressures democrats. Back the green new deal but instead biden offered his own climate plan for a slower transition away from coal oil and gas. He has not committed to barring people with fossil fuel ties from his administration. Lauren martinez was sunrise. Thinks he should biden ran on the most progressive climate agenda in us history and one on it. So it's incumbent upon him to take that seriously and put forward people who are accountable to the people that elected him to office the head of the natural resources defense council and former epa administrator gina mccarthy says she understands why young activists want to ban on appointees connected to fossil fuels especially after trump. Put them in key posts including andrew wheeler a former coal industry lobbyist. I mean that's who has been running the environmental protection agency and has gotten us nowhere fast. It's backed us up. It hasn't supported a growing clean energy economy. But here's a problem with a fossil fuel will litmus test biden won't govern alone the us senate could remain under republican leadership that means passing legislation would require compromise and bradbury is ceo of the american exploration and production council. Americans voted for divided government. As part of that you know. I think they voted for moderation. And i think they voted for commonsense. Bradberry sees a future for fossil fuels even under biden's ambitious plan for net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty worried about climate. Change say there are issues. Republicans and democrats likely can agree on heather. Reams was citizens for responsible. Energy solutions suggests activist focus on things like economic stimulus that boost clean energy. They should looking at the bigger policies and getting to what's possible with getting climate action done today rather than arguing about the position on one's resume among the names on the biden transition team a few have limited ties to fossil fuel but more are from environmental groups. Jody freeman served as councillor for energy and climate change on the obama white house now freeman is at harvard law school and says she sees a trend in the people selected so far i think the clear messages vitality one good people in place wrestling start who have experienced any days and not wasting any time. Freeman is a good example of those who could be excluded. If a biden administration rejects people connected to fossil fuel companies. She sits on the board of oil company conaco phillips but she also led obama's effort to double car fuel efficiency standards. She's also an expert on using presidential powers to address climate change. That's knowledge that likely will be necessary if both parties can't agree on new climate legislation when biden his sworn in next year. Jeff brady npr news.

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"bradberry" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"bradberry" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"So thank you Joe. Thank you Jodi. Yes. And I've also been updating our Patriot benefits. So if you head over to our patron patriot, now have some swag items. There's a Mug that you can get. A stickers hats, and we've got some other exciting swag items coming down the pike you're pretty soon. So keep an eye out for that. Mention this a couple other times we've got some great interviews coming up Joe one of them is with the. Investigator, on the Laura Bradberry case so I'm going to be good. I'm very excited about that one. Yeah he he's never SP-. Spoken before publicly. So he's got a lot of inside information on the case. And Right. Now, I'm just going back and forth with them via email trying to sit up the interview so that should become in the next month or so. And this was a weird month. We were offer a few months and then we came back for one episode and then I had to go get married. You just add to go get married. Now you want out of honeymoon. So there we only had one episode for October but starting November, we should be getting back to our kind of normal to episode per month release. So. Holidays for that little hiccup. There I know. Some people. Ben. One Guy. Commented on. Our hosting platform. wondered. If we were still creating episodes like don't worry, we'll be back. Oh. Yeah. We've been getting some people are upset that we're not purchasing a festival which I love. That's great. So I apologize but thank you very much for tuning in and carrying that much that you're upset the more slow. Yeah and. As always if you like the show or hate the show, let us know on comments and subscribe to us. We get a lot of people that say they don't like my. My random laughing during the episode. So apologized to those of you that I trigger or you don't have to apologize. I just did it again. But. We take all the feedback good and bad and we try to make a better show I. Keep a common were re thick-skinned. But. We like the we like the nice comments better. Yeah, absolutely I'd like to say that this episode is going out to Amanda Bolts in the ball's family who really wanted us to cover this topic today which is why we in this American urban legends series. We chose our home state of Wisconsin. So I'm very excited for this these I haven't gone over the notes Jobe kind of driving this episode but. I've heard of these urban legends before.

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The Murder of Racing Legend Mickey Thompson

Past Gas

05:31 min | 1 year ago

The Murder of Racing Legend Mickey Thompson

"Six weeks before the events of March Sixteenth Mickey Son Danny got a weird phone call from his Dad Mickey told him to be very careful and to make sure his wife Valorea and newborn son Travis were safe. He wouldn't provide any more details fast forward to March, and once again Danny's phone rang this time. It wasn't his dad it was one of his employees. He wouldn't say anything other than that Danny needed to drive to his dad's house in bradberry ASEP Danny got in his car and started driving you turn on the radio. There's a voice announcing some sort of celebrity murder, typical talk radio fodder but then Danny heard the word bradberry and his blood went cold as he pulled up to his dad's house at fifty three woodland drive. He saw that the driveway was blocked off with police tape news helicopters circled overhead Danny got out of his car and looked up the hill towards the house. His father's body surrounded by cops was lying prone on the concrete bloody and still. As, more family and friends learned of Mickey Intruders Murder One name was on everyone's lips. Mike Goodwin like I get that. That's a tough phone call to make. But I feel like the employees Kinda copped out a little bit whereas like, Hey, you should just go your dad's house like why what's wrong? I think maybe Disco Check Out Your Dad tells what's what's The anticipation of hearing bad news or the anticipation of senior DAD's dead body I. Think like paired with the radio and then pulling up in seeing police all around like having a piece of together to me. Seems, pretty rough I think that's I agree like the anticipation is much worse I I need to know like goes wrong. Just tell me I don't. I don't care like. Then you know and you can start dealing with versus like well is I mean it looks like it is but like hopefully, it's not like you still have that hopefully it's not hopefully it's not hopefully it's not and then you kind of have to like live the news, a number of times that way and also like if you don't know what's going on like you could think that your parents are still alive and so you're right. Maybe you're rushing and speeding on the highway, which is also like not great as well. Like if you know that there's like nothing you can do you're not gonNA put yourself in danger getting there. Yet. I can see how an employee would be like. I can't be the one to tell him but I. Yeah. I mean I'm sure that's what it was like. I don't know if it's my place but. It's sort of is if you're the one calling him, I would I would rather I would like preface of like. You need to go to your parents house like. There's been a murder is something. Yeah, how would you even say that like? Are they just say you can go like you're just like, Hey, your mom and dad had been murdered not good news. I Dunno very tough situation before we dive into the details of March sixteenth let's introduce might goodwin a name. You probably haven't heard before by the early eighties Mickey and his wife Trudy were managing Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group or Mt. A motorsports stadium tour that was one of the earliest touring off road racing series in the United. States. If you if you watch stadium trucks today M tag is. Basically the progenitor of that. Data Mickey Thompson basically invented stadium trucks which are one of the. It's one of the coolest forms of racing to watch. Yeah I love. It's like look like just like trucks just going off ramps. Are they like, do they kind of like? They kind of do. The wants today there. They mostly do on or street courses. Where they have the ramps and stuff like that. I mean you'll see him if you go to the Long Beach Grand Prix they're racing on the same course with ramp setup but guys. 'em Tagged Stadium tour was like they would go to places like the l a coliseum or these other big stadiums setup courses that are almost like dirt dirt bike or supercross courses rather, which will also mentioned later in the episode and race trucks inside of a professionals pro sports stadium. So pretty amazing although Mickey already had a successful performance parts company, he loved throwing himself into projects tinkering with. Other. Projects like hydro barriers which are now ubiquitous traffic barriers that can be transported and filled with water to be used on race tracks and highways. Hey, you know I'm thinking about putting water in a barrel. What do you think about that? It'll never work. I've been tinkering. Barrels a lot of water. Yeah. Never Catch people don't want water in their barrels they want barrels for the cement. ooh. However Mickey's true passion as he entered, his golden era was still am tag, which only had a small staff apart from Mickey and Trudy by Nineteen eighty-four, both nicky and his wife were experiencing health issues. Mickey famously subsisted on a terrible junk food diet that was now taking a toll and they finally decided to take off some of the load by partnering 'em Tags Events with a motor sports promoter known as Mike Goodwin.

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"bradberry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bradberry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"When we look at the defense for the Giants that bring in Blake Martinez this past offseason. They made that trade which I don't really get for Leonard Williams last year. Now he's back on the franchise tag. The giant's defense is what to you for this upcoming year Mark Cross. The Giants defense is not much better than last year on a CZ you saw last year they really were a liability. The biggest thing is the pass rush. They still don't have a pass rusher. They basically are counting on Markus Golden, who they signed very late. You know that? No. No one else around the league really want market stolen. There wasn't a big market for him. He's a free agent and they got him in a couple weeks ago signed him back. They have a couple of young players that they're counting on who didn't really produced last year. So you know that's really in the NFL. You gotta rush the past. We had to get after the quarterback and the Giants don't really I still have that pass for us. Even though they've been looking for that past couple years, I thought, I think Blake martinis with their big free agent signing along with James Bradberry. He's a corner. You know, Blake Martinez, I think really is just kind of a journeyman talent, a za linebacker, and they played a bunch of money for him. When you look at James Bradberry, they paid a bunch for him. But How much better is he then? Generous Jenkins. You know they had issues with generous because of his personality and his comments he made which were obviously wrong. But how much better is James Bradberry than generous? Jenkins that you have a look at it? But DeAndre Baker situation their first round pick where they lost. You know, in the sand deal there their third round pick from the supplemental draft a couple years ago. They lost him as well. So you're gonna help.

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"bradberry" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"bradberry" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"It's about the inner world of emotion. I like to think that after all these years of doing this show I at least have a sense of rod sailing and the man he was. I have no such insights into ray Bradbury simply because I don't know enough now if you go to mark Zicree last interview on this. Show that my friend Brandon. Did he says that. Ray Bradbury's philosophy. Was that the answer to everything is Love. So it's quite hard to take when you read or hear the vigour with which he goes after sailing about the plagiarism matter. And if you check how Jason and Sonny Bronx documentary. The way he talks about Rod. Sailing is is very disappointing. Is Very old manatees point. Clearly he has health issues and he's struggling but I do remember watching that. I'm being quite dismayed by this situation. Now I'm not here to demonize Ray Bradbury but I do feel that the values that we all associate with Rod serling you would have precluded him from plagiarizing ray Bradbury's wake now throughout the twilight zone. We have head these accusations from people other than Brad Brie free and when we actually hold the wake up to the light and have a look at it. We realize how unfounded the accusations tend to be. And we've also oh head of Rudd sailing closing down the open submission policy on the twilight zone to God's against accusations of plagiarism. So to plagiarize ager is arguably one of the most famous science fiction. Writers in the world at that point doesn't really make sense now. Another friend Andrew. Schneider Schneider wrote to me before. I put this APP so together and he made me aware of the electric grandmother but he also made me aware of another instance where Bradbury was very vocal about an adaptation of his way Andrew Rights. I will note that the twilight zone wasn't the last time bradberry savage to final final TV production of one of his own scripts. BRADBERRY CO wrote descript for a three part miniseries adaptation of his book the Martian in chronicles which aired in nineteen eighty and his co screenwriter. Richard Matheson Andrew goes on the following is from the IMDB Trivia section on that mini series for disclosure. I wrote this entry though. Have long since forgotten the original source of the information and he writes writes. The mini series was originally scheduled for release in September nineteen seventy nine as a major kickoff to the nineteen seventy nine eighty season thousand. Unfortunately it fell victim to some negative publicity from Ray Bradbury himself. Although Bradbury had worked with script writer Richard Matheson in adopting his book to the small screen. He was less than thrilled with the final production at one point shortly before the mini series scheduled. Release Police Bradberry fads himself the sole representative of the production at a press conference when one reporter asked him what he thought of. The miniseries responded candidly boring. NBC Soon shelved a mini series and did not air until January one thousand nine hundred eighty now. I Admire Ray. Bradbury is honesty. I admire the fact that he hasn't your sugar coated because it says work and he didn't like the add up tation so he said it. But it's also indicative of the factor. Ray Bradbury did seem to have quite a temper on times. I'm what I also found to be a a little troublesome. Is that two stories in the eighties. Twilight zone based on bradberry short stories and one of them. The banning mad was adopted apted by a writer and director called JD. FAGEL SIN and although bribery wasn't directly involved in the production of you most definitely approved grieved ave and on the website bradberry media Darko. UK There is a quote from one thousand nine hundred eighty. Six early. Says it was very good. It was written and directed by a friend of mine. I got him the job I fought for him. He did the script and I told the people at the twilight zone that I wanted him to director and I was in New York on my way to Europe when he called me. They don't want me to direct. He said I'll just back off. I said I only sold a script so you could do it. So get the hell off the phone and go tell them you're going to direct it or else that's the end. You got to fight for yourself off. He called me back an hour later and said I got it and I said thank God I screamed you. You've got to believe in yourself. He called me many times afterward to thanks for being fan so he knows what friendship is now also on that same page. It says Fagel sin has known bradberry for nearly two years. He is and says the Bradberry taught him writing. I had met him through a PBS film. That I did a civil war movie. By Ambrose Beers a mutual friend suggested that I show it to ray and he offered to mental me and still does actually and fatos use of the banning months story came about through his attempt to develop and sell a different and Sala g series of his own called strange dimensions on bradberry authored and the banning man to adapt apt so although strain dimensions never came to be Vegas incentive scripts to James Crock who's producing the new twilight zone and Allen Brennan who was story editor of the new twilight zone said that the script had theatrical dialogue that no one ever speaks outside of a ray Bradbury the story so that kind of backs road sailings take on the adaptability of Ray Bradbury's wag also Fagel and sat on that site. What what I did with raise approval was cut out dialogue that went on longer than a need to establish whatever effect it was supposed to do? It was more of an editing job as well as putting it into tally play form now. bradberry was very happy with this adaptation of the banning man and clearly fagel son has looked for his approval on any goods to dialogue. So it does suggest bradberry is very protective and sensitive to changes to his work for the screen and of course he has the right as the creator of the way but also in the eighties. Twilight zone is a story called the elevator. That from what I can tell was actually written by Ray Bradbury based on one of his own on produce short stories now. The reason season that I mentioned these is that I find it quite troubling to be honest because by the time the twilight zone came around Rhode sailing had passed away but regardless of this the twilight zone is show the eighties twilight zone is his show. The two thousand twilight zone is his show and so is the latest version. Yes the creators are different but they are playing in his son box. So Ray Bradbury to be attacking sailings character in one breath but then to come back to his show after he has passed away. That doesn't quite sit right with me because has had been a gesture of posthumous reconciliation. Perhaps I would be more accepting of it. But bradberry continued to make these occasional Hazna comments about sailing after these adaptations. What's your assessment of the whole thing you know did bradberry genuinely feel that sailing was plagiarised or was the more to the now facing bredbury genuinely felt slighted?.

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"bradberry" Discussed on CompTIA Future LeaderCast

CompTIA Future LeaderCast

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"bradberry" Discussed on CompTIA Future LeaderCast

"I'm gonna kick this next question over to miranda. Let's unpack that word channel changer. How do you see yourself influencing the channel over the next five years miranda while i've been lucky enough to get to work with the future leader group Here at com tia So that's been kind of a really great Starting off point for me. But what i really want to focus on. Is you know as i'm intending to develop and work along my own professional path. I think it's so important to make sure that we're continuing to extend that ladder down to the people that haven't had the same advantages that i've had and the kind of used the position of privilege that i'm in to make that climb is easy as possible for the people that are coming after. Who are working alongside me. So i definitely want to get involved in more programs that work with different communities that work with young people with young women with people of color and really make sure that we are continuing to open up the doors to diversity in the tech industry. That's very insightful. Tori would you like to add to that. Yeah so i actually personally have founded as my mission to reach out to the use. So that's something. I'm really passionate about. It's something that i was. Someone gave me. When i was in a collegiate university so i actually have gone back to my university of selves and in with some of the individuals and students there about opportunities in the tech industry. Not only my channel for our channel per se but everything out there under the sun involves technology. It's something that in some professions are widely known and others. There are opportunity there and they just don't have the education by that So i would say that. Probably my biggest passion and i wish to make a difference and bringing actual education of our channel to are you as well as collegiate men and women awesome. I can definitely tell that you're very passionate around helping others and being able to pay for it. That's that's very admirable quality. Have i'm gonna ask this next question of loren loren who would you say has been your biggest influencer and why i need. This is a really good question. And actually i to think about this one a little bit. I think definitely my biggest influence or in my career. Probably neil bradberry. So i remember meeting him on my first few days at in trona and he really helped me learn about the industry and he encouraged me to ask questions. He encouraged me to learn more but one of the cool things that we do work on on a day to day is an expert series for our blog. And i would always go to. Neil neil who do you think is the best person for this and you would always point me in a way that i didn't expect in it connected me with so many different industry leaders and i learned so much through that so i think that just thinking outside the box and kind of seeing what resources are available meal has definitely been..

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"bradberry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bradberry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of five characters from chance. The rapper your song man that is Rafic traffic looking for. Chaffetz. Every day, they'll give jabs dick. Okay. Do we have time for a couple? More January bradberry. She is a young country music artists and Parker McCullum. They did a version of shallow. I actually think is almost better than the original give it a listen. Okay. I got on here. Good. So good. If so, well, produced that Parker McCollum, by the way, is on Austin, Texas dude, like an indie alternative country rock guy. Do people know Daniel bradberry as people who listen to country music for? She hasn't had that many songs played on the radio. But I think these days, people are wait a minute. All right. We got we.

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NBA Draft 2019: Latest 1st-Round Order, Predictions

Golic & Wingo

09:03 min | 3 years ago

NBA Draft 2019: Latest 1st-Round Order, Predictions

"And ladies and gentlemen, we have a new mock draft out Mel kiper Jr's three point. Oh is here with us. And we are looking forward to the draft. Mel will join us in just about an hour to talk about the new mock draft. But there have been some changes in the draft specifically one less quarterback. Now going in the first round then in mel's two point oh mock draft. So we have four in the two point oh mock draft with Daniel Jones from Duke rounding out of the last pick of the draft to the patriots in the first round of thirty two. There are only three quarterbacks now in the first round, according to mel's latest mock. And obviously a retirement might be a big reason why and the quarterbacks have changed as well. Right. As far as where they're they're going. Well, Cuyler he still has Tyler going number one derozan. Well in his last draft Cuyler going number thirteen to the dolphins. So now and this draft he hasn't going number one. He had. Dwayne Haskins going number six at a giant Kyle Murray. Going number thirteen to the to the dolphins. Drew lock going fifteen to the Redskins and Daniel Jones going thirty two to the patriots. So as you mentioned Daniel Jones now out of the first round, according to the latest mock draft by Mel kiper, just three quarterbacks Murray number one. The main says Dwayne Haskins at number six, and you start to hear reports that the giants may go defense was six and then was seventeen go quarterback. But right now twain Haskins at six and then drew lock sitting there at number thirteen for the dolphins. Does the only three quarterbacks in this latest first round. Yeah. Going to be very interesting because we know what the giants listen one thing. Dave Gettleman has made very clear he does not feel beholden to tell us his plan. And so I don't feel overly beholden to believe. A lot of what we're hearing coming out of the giants can't because if you've got a guy who's basic messages trust me, I got this. Well, then we understand he doesn't feel like he has to tell us the truth. So as we hear these things. Coming out. We also understand this time of year is about deception to an extent it's trying to manipulate the draft order trying to manipulate the opinions of certain players. So that you can try and put yourself in the best position to get the guys you ultimately want. So it makes it difficult to try and read the tea leaves it is although I have to say on cattlemans behalf. He said all of last spring saquon Barkley is a generational talent with the second overall pick. And that's where he went. Look, I think we all agreed. There has to be a quarterback in the giants future. Whether it's at six or seventeen trade now Cleveland, but it would not surprise me in the least if Dave Gettleman waited until the second or third round to take a quarterback this Dave Gettleman, he created that created, but he he made the term a more of a vernacular in the NFL draft hog molly's when he was the GM of the Carolina Panthers. He loves the big guys to hog mollies. And let's be honest. This draft is going to be decided outside of Kyla Murray. More than anything else about the big defensive lineman in this draft. The hog Molly is on the defensive side of the ball. So depending on your draft grades for your quarterbacks you could take one of those at six and then a quarterback at seventeen it all depends again on your on your draft great. If twain Haskins is highest on the board and draft grades. You don't pass that up. If you have a Dwayne Haskins drew lock. And whatever other quarterback equal in grades. You know, maybe use that seventeen pick baby can trade it up somehow to get one of those guys as I said, this always comes down to grades. Do. You have a choice amongst grades. Are you close enough in quarterbacks where if you don't get one you try and get the other? But we'll see we'll see, you know, one of the biggest changes in from the last two this for Mel was they had the patriots taken Daniel Jones a quarterback, and this one I serve Smith junior the tight end from Alabama going, and that would not be shocking at all you have really three out of the top tight end Hopkinson the kid from Iowa teammate, Noah Fant, and then Smith junior all three likely to go in the first round a three first round tight end to on the same team come on. And what would that tell you as we saw? The patriots jump into the first round and take a running back and Sony Michelle at the end of that. And now to see in the next year three tight ends going. We've talked about this. However, you want to split it. Last year were Quinton Nelson. Went in the top ten in the draft as an offensive guard. We saw roquan Smith going the top ten as a middle linebacker. The middle of the field is worthy. NFL is being built right now. And other teams are starting to catch up to what the patriots have done for years. The way that we've seen teams export that specific area and three tight ends in the first round would hammer that home not denying that. They are guys that are certainly probably more talented than usual tight end groups. We're used to seeing but it's also about value. It's why you see running back taking it to overall by the giants last year. I mean, the other thing is I think they're more interior linemen in this first round then quarterbacks right? Like, a not tackles guards and centers. There are more of those according to males latest mock than there are actual quarterbacks being taken which would be very unusual. So the top five in this new draft that Mel kiper put out is Kylie Murray. Number one of the cardinals Nick both the D N number two to the forty Niners. Number three. Josh Allen the outside backing backer pass rusher going to the jet number four Cornyn Williams. To the raiders and number five guy making a pretty big jump. Devon white going to Tampa Bay at five in the last mock draft he was number eleven to the Bengals now in mel's draft. He is sitting at number five number six twain Haskins seven Joon Taylor. The offense attack from Florida going to Jacksonville sweat, the D N going to the lions at eight Sean, Gary the D N going into the bills from Michigan and TJ Hopkinson. The tight end going to the Broncos at number ten. Here's here's what I wanted to talk to Mel about and one of the issues that I have laid on me big fella with with this draft comes, you know, some some point and one of them is there are few prospects in new first round projection who are making their debuts because of their combine performances. There are four guys who have jumped into mel's first round who weren't out there before again based on the combine combine performances. I don't understand that. I don't I don't understand that. If you wanna say. You looked at the combine to go back and look at tape of them. But to say, they're combine performance jumped them up that doesn't compute to me. Well, I think that's I think that's the assumption though, is because of their performance you went back and look and that. That's fair. That's why I want to ask them. How did this? Make you go back and study them more. Because if you're just basing things off the combine I got a real issue with that. Yeah. I I don't think you would do that or teams. But at the same time, you look at the positions of the majority of the players that would be involved in that. And I think this could be true for teams as well. It's interior offense. It is right. Three interior offensive linemen Terry McLaren the wide receiver, but when it comes to interior offensive lineman. You wanna talk about an area where the scouting grossly lags behind to actually great and overall draft. It's a difficult area for a lot of people to see and understand because you don't have the benefit of a lot of stats. You don't have the benefit of even the combine members necessarily always translating to production. So when those guys go and they paying and they flag in the model somewhere for what they do at the combine. And then you go back and spend some more time looking at a guy like Lindstrom who wasn't going to be a big name. He wasn't like, you know, Gary bradberry from North Carolina State won the Remington award this year. Like that guy was a stud Boston College was a middling. Okay. ACC team this year. So Lindstrom wasn't getting the credit. He deserved even being as good as he is. So you go back now, and even these NFL teams, maybe we're late to the party on some of these guys all of a sudden start giving them an extra. That's why I want to ask I just wanna make sure with Mel that because I'm just reading from the combine performance, and again, let's put a name. To those you mentioned McLaren the wide receiver who is one of the others. Chris Lynch reminder, you just mentioned from Boston College now. Number twenty one to Seattle Eric McCoy interior linemen going number twenty two to Baltimore. Right and the Garrett bradberry. The Senator from North Carolina State who is you mentioned one the Remington award is the best center in the country number thirty one to the LA Rams where they have an aging center, and John John Sullivan. And that was that was one of the things have been saying for the Rams the last couple of years that dynasties been built on the interior. If you land a guy like that good, Lord or you winning out it is. So we'll see how that plays out. Now, the one thing that I find interesting he he has drew lock the third quarterback Mel dozen his latest mock going thirteen in Miami. I'm telling you don't take out Denver at ten in Cincinnati of eleven in play for quarterbacks. I mean. Yeah. Denver made the play for Joe flacco. But John Elway has messed this up a couple of times with all due respect. I mean, that's just outside of getting Peyton Manning. He has not figured out the quarterback spot there at ten they might be in play for quarterback. And you have Andy Dalton with his situation with the Bengals and his contract situation. I, you know, I think that there's a really good chance that they could be in play with a quarterback there, by the way, by the way, Mel kiper Jr's mock draft not the biggest item related to the draft this week. That will have news for you guys. What more on that coming up later? This week

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"bradberry" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"bradberry" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"Podcast one. Go ahead and fill out a bracket if I win any of the bracket money from the challenge of the different shows that are on podcast one. I'm going to be able to give you guys some money, which is pretty awesome. So make sure you're signed up because you gotta be signed up. You gotta use that code bed. Online Dadi g promo code Todd cast one you can see my bracket and fill out your own bracket, which is pretty darn cool. Speaking of pretty darn cool friend. Let's get to the last category, which is three for one three more guys. You wanted to hit on quick? Yeah. One is going to be a first round pick and grant Garrett bradberry the offensive line from NC state. He's blind up at center, but he was a guard last year, and he was a tight end a couple of years before that he arrived on campus as a tight end. And they saw this kid had a ton of ability to be able to win at the point of attack. They slid them inside. And now he's the best. Enter in the draft. He's tough. He's smart. He's he's really quick is believed to reach block is at a level that we don't really see all that often. So to me when you look at Garrett bradberry. This is probably a plug and play guy and probably more zone scheme guy. But ultimately, he's a plug and play player at the NFL level. The next guy I wanna hit on is going to be another guy that I'm really excited about it. And that's Caleb mcgarry the right tackle for the for the Washington. Huskies big kids. Six seven just under three twenty little lack of length is a little bit of a concern that might hurt hurt him for some teams. But this kid is really strong. He's got very heavy hands. He's got to believe the move people at the point of attack. Love mentalities, really smart kid as well. I think when you look at Caleb mcgarry this is a player again, you're probably looking at a plug and play guy. And I think he's his feet or good enough that he'll be able to be a standout longtime starter for an NFL team on the right side. So you'll get Caleb mcgarry this guy. I think has a ton of upside as a player. To be a starter long-term in the NFL. And lastly Titus Howard from Alabama state small school kid had a pretty good week of practice down at the senior bowl little bit up and down. But I was really intrigued by what I saw him leading into that studied him against teams like Auburn where you really flash and he played for an offense where he lined up at both left and right tackle throughout the course of the same game. I mean, they kind of moved him around to different spots. And this is a kid with good feet again. A high school quarterback got there to campus Richard as tight end, and then they moved into offense of line. So he's completely transformed. His body came into the combine at three twenty two. And ultimately, you're talking about a guy with very high upside again to be a starting left or right tackle in the NFL. He's done both in that versatility will help them. So three guys that really excited me that we haven't had a chance to talk about yet love mcgarry. And I've watched him a decent amount. Love the way that dude plays and his mentality. There's a lot of guys that had. Assess at right tackle that look and play like that guy and garett bradberry. I tell you my comfort bradberry, friend know, who's he kind of reminds me, Tom Nalen. Ooh, there go well that would go to this own blocking scheme fit. Yeah. And you know, when he's got some similarities actually guy that obviously you're very familiar with like Jason Kelsey in Philadelphia. Just kind of that that type of athletes that type of quickness and those guys ended up having a lot of times a lot of success in the NFL. That'll do it for this week's edition of the college draft next week, we roll on him and know what position maybe detach next week..

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"bradberry" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"bradberry" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"I would go with the guy who is available in in Miller's mock, I necessarily, obviously, it's the guy we've already talked about a few times safety outta Delaware range some ball skills. Enough athleticism physicality. He's not scared. He's got the chip on his shoulder. He's a guy I'm really interested in and we'll go in-depth with him in the future at sixty one with the chiefs own second round pick. They went with David Montgomery running back out of Iowa State. He's a guy that has some Kareem hunt traits. I like him. I think he's a really good player. I think there's there's some similarities what Kareem hunt provides. But for me. I don't know if I love the value of a second round running back, Mattie. What you think about him? I'm so I like, I really like, David Montgomery. I think he's a fantastic player. I loved that. He can play all three downs. He can be a work horseback. He can break off good chunk plays. He's not a huge home run hitter. But he can give you chunk place. My issue comes in with like you said the value in the second round for running back into days in a faux H, just my favorite move. If the chiefs you're gonna go offense on looking towards a receiver that can eventually replace him walk ins because you just know you won't be able to afford him Antill in Mahomes, and Chris Johns and so on so you have to replace him. Eventually I would worry about that on offense rather than trying to improve Damian Williams when he looked to be fantastic. When getting the ball last year, you got Daryl. Williams who looked promising when he had a chance that early of a pick on a running back does not seem worth it for this particular offense, or even the NFL general right now where it's more about what the blockers opened up rather than what the runner can do. I'm totally with you on that. And I think that's going to be a trend for us when our conversations throughout this is I think they can get by with waiting till the third around for running back or later on and more in the line. Let's wait until day three invest in the defense. There's some positions that will probably talk about down the road that could potentially be a fit here in around two for the offense. Mattie, who would you take instead of David Montgomery? So I was actually really looking hard for an offense play replaced with Montgomery because I think this is kind of a sweet spot, but this particular mock from that Miller there really wasn't a great offensive option and less you wanted to go to the trenches, which I'm just not ready to do that right now when the defense still needs help so I would Jove on Williams a corner at Vanderbilt six two little over two hundred pounds. He can play physical off the line of scrimmage, but he's got pretty good hips and feet for guy. This is this is the big thing that caught my last year he had ten passes defense defended no interceptions. He turns around this year. He tops the ten passes defended with thirteen but also brings four interceptions. So you've got ball skills. He's getting better and more comfortable playing corner that size and just Billy to turn and runs just undefeated. There's unlimited upside. Even if the floors little lower than somebody like Dacre. Yeah. He's a guy that's really stood out. Craig? I know that's a guy you really high onto love him of Joe. He's got two first names in his first name. He's the other guy. I'm sure we'll get more indepth with. But if you're if you're listening this guy need to check out. So the chiefs have two second round picks. Obviously, the Los Angeles Rams, surrendered there's for Marcus, Peter. So that she's her up again sixty three and they take Garrett bradberry interior offensive lineman. Probably a Senator from North Carolina State. Craig, what do you think about bradberry? I really like bradberry. Actually, I'm not I'm not a guy that's necessarily looking very hard at ofensive line in this draft. Just because chiefs have quite a bit of offense of line depth in that interior. We'll get to that in a little bit. But bradberry is one of those guys I think it would be very hard to pass up. He's a great run blocker. He's great and space. He's really good polling. He's a great pass blocker as well. I mean, really there's not a whole lot of Knox that you can have against him..

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"bradberry" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"bradberry" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Visit a weird when it ends up. Good. But this mom, Angela should son is thirteen. She's okay. Go to bed. Nah, I go to bed. So he stayed up and he was playing video games. And as he was staying up. He saw a fire breakout in the house when pulled everybody all the bedrooms because he was away playing a video game because he broke the rules and almost don't want you shouldn't break the rules. Right, right. I guess it's good that he was awake because otherwise people to slept the fire, but he helped his family saved them the fire destroying their home. But had he not been awake playing video games. You know, I saw where college we're going to be offering video games as a major. Yeah. I mean, it really is going to be the thing. Listen football. You're hitting your head. It's not gonna be thing twenty years. So everything's gonna be virtual, you think everything anyways gonna be virtual. We're not gonna in thirty forty years what not gonna have to drive to work because everything's gonna be virtual. You'll be able to go there in your machine twenty years. Yeah. Just thinking how fast progressing right now with crazy. My nephew's got one of those virtual mass thingies for Christmas, and I put it on. And I was in some. Roller coaster ride somewhere. I got sick. I was really there. I was really there. And then someone got killed right in front of me. So you say that right. But it's really powerful. And whenever I said that we're not gonna go to work role dries talking about how that is. Now, imagine the progress it'll make in twenty years everything will be virtual like they'll come into the room and take all these pictures, and you'll have to actually be here. Right. This building design studio for this morning show, and a drawl we worked on it with. And so I'm going up to put the virtual mask on and look at the studio virtually to save I like everything and walk through it. That's what I'm saying. Pretty amazing. Yes wild. So. Anyway, that kid say families live a love that. The break and the roles parsoes sit little I I know. know. That was tell me something good. Elitist national in Hollywood Morgan number two, thirty seconds Daniel bradberry released her latest cover and her yours truly covers it was post Malone psycho. The my Google. By cooking village. The words. Postal saying she's done Casey must graves. I think slow-burn she really good, man. Stuck in the friend zone to the full. What else to church toes, the song some of it as his new single from his latest album, desperate, man..

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US drone strike kills high-ranking al-Qaeda member in Libya

Tom Sullivan

01:55 min | 4 years ago

US drone strike kills high-ranking al-Qaeda member in Libya

"In all states says identified the alqaeda leader killed in a weekend drone strike in libya us africa command says a drone strike killed a high ranking alqaeda these lama mcgregor leader in libya on saturday mussa abu was one of two terrorists killed in the airstrike in southwest libya in the sahara desert dow trained recruits in libya for attack operations in the region and provided funding and weapons to the terrorist group according to a statement the state department placed out on its terraced listen twenty sixteen for his role in carrying out terrorist attacks in algieria and tunisia which killed roughly a dozen soldiers at the pentagon lucas tomlinson fox news north carolina man's been charged with helping an infant girl smoke marijuana in a video that went viral eighteen year old allen maldonado made a short appearance today in a raleigh courtroom on misdemeanor charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and marijuana possession the girl's mother was arrested last week the baby was placed with child protective services the end up suing the trump administration the census bureau and others claiming the twenty twenty cents this won't accurately counts minorities in double acp lawyer bradberry says the suit claims the twenty twenty cents this may be using tactics sabir dick and substantially undercounts communities of color while predictably and substantially over counting groups that are less diverse it comes as us commerce officials plan to add a citizenship question critics say will discourage minority participation and wc p president derrick johnson says a key government function will be affected this little no thing that takes place right after this this is count as car redistricting commerce secretary wilbur ross says citizenship data will help to enforce the voting rights act grenell scott fox news stocks ending the day in the red blood losses weren't as severe as those recorded yesterday all three major indexes lower the dow down nine i'm rich denison fox news.

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