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Fresh update on "bradley" discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

02:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "bradley" discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Think that I would have just much rather kept Kevin herder at the end of the day. I guess the like maybe you do end up recouping some of the first round pick value that you traded previously, but I don't know. Not for me. I like the Bruce brand deal. Yeah, it's a lottery protected pick, so it's not going to be crazy valuable. Fine. Bruce Brown, I like that deal for Denver. Ricky Rubio was awesome this year for Cleveland. I totally get why they're bringing him back. Fascinated to see what Cleveland does with Colin Sexton fascinating to see where Colin Sexton ends up moving forward. Matt, we obviously haven't mentioned all the max money that went out as well in terms of re signings. We should just mention Devin Booker got max money. Carl towns got max money John morant signed his deal Darius Garland, Bradley beals ack Levine, Nikola Jokić, and finally reported this morning, Zion Williamson. Williamson is the most interesting one of those to me if only because we see, we'll see what the protections are there. None of that has been reported yet. I can't imagine that that deal got done without some sort of injury protection. Et cetera. Right. My guess on that deal, slightly educated, but still a guess. Is it's going to be 5 year straight with no player option. I think that's the big thing that the pelicans wanted to avoid. Just so they would have more control over the design contract. And I think the injury protections, I wouldn't be surprised if they're much more limited because they can see that the player option. And so wouldn't be surprised if it's just like an exhibit exhibit three on Zion's foot. So if you reinjure your foot again, we're protected, but if you miss games because you broke a finger or sprained the wrist or whatever, you're not going to lose any money for that. So that's my anticipation, but when David Griffin did the Brandon Ingram negotiations, he held the structure of that contract pretty closely to his chest until the press conference for when for the announcement of the contract and at the press conference, he said, Brandon was so all the way in with us. He decided not to, you know, he decided not to take a player option. And that's when that was announced, and I assume Griffin will do the same thing. I also think that if CAA had one that negotiation, they would be parading it a little bit. They got a fully guaranteed deal without injury. They would have leaked it on their part, but who knows? Maybe there's a really good relationship there and they all both are like, okay, we won't say anything until it's time to..

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Mejía HRs twice, Rays sweep doubleheader with Blue Jays

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 hrs ago

Mejía HRs twice, Rays sweep doubleheader with Blue Jays

"The rays took a double header from the Blue Jays winning 6 two and 11 5 Francisco mejia Homer twice in the nightcap and Isaac parades had three hits and 5 RBIs on the afternoon Parade is smacked a three run shot in game two All 9 race starters had at least one hit in game one at Tampa Bay finished with 13 hits in the opener and 14 in game two Vladimir Guerrero hit a solo blast for his 19th Homer and Bradley Zimmer added a two run shot in the second game The teams have split the first four games of the 5 game set I'm Dave

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Fresh update on "bradley" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:17 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bradley" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Meteorologists, two prince of alley. Right now, The salary cap is gone up to a 123 million. And then, of course, you can go over that with various exceptions. So with Bradley Beal, here's a player that can score 30 points a game. He's done that twice for an entire season. Two players can do that or have accomplished that in their career. And he isn't all around player. There is less pressure on him there hoping less pressure on him to be coming up with that offensive production so he can be a better defender. And that's where this team needs to get to be a better defensive team, but you need Bradley Beal that chance success as I just talked about it can score in so many ways. He's an all star and all star players of that caliber are commanding that kind of money. Yeah, you mentioned defense is one area, another big question is can be all stay healthy moving forward. I think the academy look last year was a situation where he suffered a hand injury, but if you look at his ten year career, he's been very durable and very reliable. So it's an injury that occurred, but it's not like a knee injury where you think, oh boy, are his wheels coming off. It's fully healed, and there's no indication that he's going to have injury problems going forward. You can't predict the future, but I don't think that's an energy where you say, oh boy, we're on borrowed time here. Yeah, and Dave, you mentioned all these big contracts that have been flying around. For people who don't follow this too closely, is that just a product of the way that NBA cap is set up, or is there something else going on here? It's just a product of revenue. I mean, maybe people listening watch some of the NBA Finals. The NBA is not at the NFL level, but it's pretty close. 12 million viewers average for the NBA Finals. So because of that, you get the money flowing in for the television networks to the NBA. And like the NFL. By comparison, the NHL will get three or 4 million for its Stanley Cup. And baseball at the same way right now, even though baseball has a big contract. So the two big audiences for television sports in this country are the NFL number one. It's a big number one, but the NBA is right there and can command the kind of viewing audiences that then command the kind of dollars that result and I was talking about quarter of

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Morel homers in 3rd straight game, Cubs beat Red Sox 6-5

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Morel homers in 3rd straight game, Cubs beat Red Sox 6-5

"Rookie Christopher morell homered for the third straight game and the cubs rallied from a four zero deficit to beat the Red Sox 6 5 The comeback occurred after Jackie Bradley junior hit a three run triple in the second inning Rich hill breezed through the first four frames before exiting with a sprained left knee in a three run 5th Morel tied it with a two run blast in the 6th and Wilson Contreras scored the go ahead run on a wild pitch later in the inning sending Chicago to its fourth win in 5 games 5 Boston hurlers combined to walk ten The most by the team in 34 months I'm Dave

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Fresh "Bradley" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:34 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "Bradley" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Footage. 6 mail carriers have been robbed at gunpoint over the past two days and police are searching for the robbers. This alarming trend needs to stop. Michael martell says the incidents happened in D.C. and in Maryland. He says the suspects are taking personal property and postal property. In two of the cases, the subjects had assaulted the carrier by striking them in the face or head. So far officials are not sure if all of the robberies are connected, but there's a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. It's happening here and it's got an end. The inspection service will investigate these incidences thoroughly and to the best of our ability on who promise you that. In northeast D.C. Acacia James WTO P news. Well, here's something to keep in mind ahead of the fourth. Not only are most fireworks illegal in this region, there are also extremely dangerous and doctors are trying to get the word out about what they've seen. This time of year is one of the busiest for hand surgeons says med stars doctor Ryan Zimmerman. If you are injured, cool, burned areas immediately keep a hose or some water nearby. Some explosions can easily result in the loss of fingers, even a sparkler can burn hot enough to nearly melt gold in an eye surgeon says very little can be done when extreme temperatures make contact with the human eye. D.C. police say call 9-1-1 if someone setting off fireworks, Montgomery county police say to call their non emergency number. John Aaron WTO P news. Coming up after traffic and weather, Dave Johnson on the new deal, it keeps Bradley Beal as the face of the wizards. It's 1207. At the cascade center for dental health, we

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:28 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:28 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm geffen cool bob Brooklyn Nets star forward Kevin Durant has requested a trade on the eve of the start of NBA free agency The nets have been working with Durant to find a trade partner the 12 time all star has multiple teams on his preferred list Other NBA news two time reigning MVP Nikola Jokić agreed to a supermax extension to remain with the nuggets guaranteeing him at least 264 million over 5 seasons Wizards guard Bradley Beal also re signed on a 5 year deal worth 251 million Major League Baseball Alex Bregman's go ahead two run double in the third inning lifted the Astros over the American League leading Yankees two to one in the national league the Phillies routed the defending champion braves 14 to four In college football news the Big Ten has voted to add Southern California and UCLA as conference members beginning in 2024 deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing concluded Thursday with the NFL adamant about an indefinite suspension and an NHL news to Detroit red wings of higher Derek lalande as their new head coach Geffen coolbaugh AP sports

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Fresh update on "bradley" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:18 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bradley" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Your free estimate today. Ten 11, one of the biggest contracts in NBA history has gone to a Washington wizard star. Bradley Beal's 5 year deal could be worth a quarter of a $1 billion. Joining us to go deeper now is WTO senior sports director and wizards play by play voice Dave Johnson. Dave good to talk to you this morning. Obviously, when you're committing this kind of money to a player, you are staking the future of the franchise on it, so what makes people so special that makes him worth it? Well, and briefly, it was the richest and history then the minutes later Nikola Jokić just signed a 5 year $270 million deal. The money is kind of blows your mind. It's just the way it is done now in the NBA. And as I said this week, the stock market and the NBA market are toughly two different things. The salary cap has gone up to a 123 million and then of course you can go over that with various exceptions. So with Bradley Beal, here's a player that can score 30 points a game. He's done that twice for an entire season. Few players, few players can do that or have accomplished that in their career. And he isn't all around player. There is less pressure on him there hoping less pressure on him to be coming up with that offensive production so he can be a better defender. And that's where this team needs to get, to be a better defensive team, but you need Bradley Beal that chance at success. As I just talked about it, you know, he can score in so many ways. He's an all star. And all star players of that caliber are commanding that kind of money. Yeah, you mentioned defense is one area, another big question is can be all stay healthy moving forward. I think the academy look last year was a situation where, you know, suffered a hand injury, but if you look at his ten year career, he is, he's been very durable and very reliable. So I don't think that's an injury that occurred. But it's not like a knee injury where you think, oh boy, are his wheels coming off. It's fully healed and there's no indication that he's going to have injury problems going forward. You can't predict the future, but I don't think that's the type of energy where you say, oh boy, we're on borrowed time here. Yeah, and Dave, you mentioned all these big contracts that have been flying around. Is that for people who don't follow this too closely? Is that just a product of the way that NBA cap is set up, or is there something else going on here? No, no, it's just a product of revenue. I mean, maybe people listening watch some of the NBA Finals. The NBA is not at the NFL level, but it's pretty close. I mean, it's 12 million fans, 12 million viewers, average for the NBA Finals. So because of that, you get the money flowing in for the television networks to the NBA. And like the NFL. You know, by comparison, the NHL and I love hockey. This is not an Akron hockey, but we'll get three or 4 million for it's Stanley Cup. And baseball the same way right now, even though baseball is a big contract. So the two big audiences for television sports in this country are the NFL number one. It's a big number one, but the NBA is right there and can command the kind of viewing audiences that then command the kind of dollars that result in us talking about quarter of a $1 billion contracts. All right

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Title IX creating opportunities for international athletes

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Title IX creating opportunities for international athletes

"Maria bonanova from Russia was recruited for the bowling team at Vanderbilt university on the golf course Alain Crowder from Stuttgart Germany had no opportunity to play in Europe College sports is not a thing in Europe at all So I think the U.S. really has a unique opportunity there and then obviously title and I'm just tough set off and make sure we're better Crowder is at Stanford University Heather Lynn was a top player in Taiwan Luckily I play a lot of junior tournaments growing up from like 14 to 18 years old and play a bunch of AJ Jerry tournaments USGA and that's how coach D found me She's talking about coach Derek Bradley at the university of Oregon There are several agencies set up to help foreign female athletes by putting them in contact with various coaches and universities I'm Ed

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Fresh "Bradley" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "Bradley" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Find the new car you're looking for, try a fits way used car next to a new car fits way cars best visit fit small dot com for a good car and a safe car you could trust that's the 5th way Joe Fox WTO traffic. And at a storm team fours clay Anderson. As we begin the holiday a cold front will continue to sag southward across our region this afternoon, it will increase the chance of thunderstorms more than we had yesterday, and the isolated chance of a severe storm. Temperatures today will be in the mid 80s near 90°. It will be muggy, the fuel these storms gradual clearing after sunset, fair skies tonight for your Sunday, more sunshine, temperature still approaching mid to upper 80s, 4th of July sunny, temperatures near 90. Storm team four meteorologist clay Anderson, 82° now in hyattsville, it's 81 in Fredericksburg, Virginia brought to you by long fans 20% off savings on fences, decks and pavers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. Ten 11, one of the biggest contracts in NBA history has gone to a Washington wizard star. Bradley Beal's 5 year deal could be worth a quarter of

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Bob Woodward Refuses to Come on the Mark Levin Show

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Bob Woodward Refuses to Come on the Mark Levin Show

"Mister Woodward we've invited you on this program when you're lousy books have come out And of course in your last book I kicked your ass in terms of sales but that's beside the point The question is why won't you come on my show to discuss your investigation of Watergate Is it because I cite in my book mister Hamilton The accuses you And fat so your partner Of deceiving the American people on certain material facts And he would know Since he was provided access to all the raw notes and materials that Ben Bradley had Because he was asked along with Sally Quinn Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn asked him To write a final book that they were contracted to do about themselves of course And when information like that appeared in the book Woodward was furious with this gentleman

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Homa steady in Sunday duel, gets 4th tour win at Wells Fargo

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Homa steady in Sunday duel, gets 4th tour win at Wells Fargo

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Antetokounmpo's triple-double helps Bucks top Wizards 112-98

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Antetokounmpo's triple-double helps Bucks top Wizards 112-98

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Geffen Geffen cooled cooled off off a a trio trio of of new new faces faces highlight highlight the the candidates candidates for for the the pro pro football football hall hall of of fame's fame's class class of of two two thousand thousand twenty twenty two two AP AP correspondent correspondent Ben Ben Thomas Thomas reports reports the the markets markets where where Andre Andre Johnson Johnson and and Devin Devin Hester Hester all all make make the the list list in in their their first first year year of of eligibility eligibility Hester Hester is is a a rare rare finalists finalists who who made made his his mark mark mostly mostly on on special special teams teams perhaps perhaps remembered remembered best best for for opening opening the the two two thousand thousand seven seven Super Super Bowl Bowl with with a a ninety ninety two two yard yard kickoff kickoff return return for for Chicago Chicago touchdown touchdown in in other other NFL NFL news news Steelers Steelers quarterback quarterback Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger hinted hinted that that Monday Monday night's night's matchup matchup with with Cleveland Cleveland could could be be his his last last home home game game with with Pittsburgh Pittsburgh looking looking at at the the bigger bigger picture picture I I would would say say that that all all signs signs are are pointing pointing this this this this could could be be it it in in the the NBA NBA the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers spoiled spoiled Kevin Kevin Durant's Durant's return return by by beating beating them them that's that's one one ten ten to to one one oh oh two two in in Brooklyn Brooklyn here's here's correspondent correspondent Bruce Bruce Morton Morton but but we we took took the the lead lead for for good good with with three three fourteen fourteen to to go go on on an an and and one one from from Joel Joel Embiid Embiid who who finished finished with with a a game game high high thirty thirty four four that that was was good good enough enough to to overcome overcome thirty thirty three three from from Kevin Kevin Durant Durant and and James James harden harden Yanis Yanis identical identical poll poll led led Milwaukee Milwaukee with with thirty thirty three three points points in in the the box box fifth fifth straight straight win win one one thirty thirty six six to to one one eighteen eighteen over over the the magic magic Bradley Bradley Beal Beal had had twenty twenty nine nine points points and and ten ten assists assists in in his his return return from from covert covert protocols protocols in in the the wizard wizard one one ten ten ninety ninety three three win win over over Cleveland Cleveland in in the the NHL NHL Anthony Anthony Duclair Duclair had had two two goals goals and and an an assist assist in in eight eight different different Panthers Panthers scored scored in in Florida's Florida's ninety ninety three three route route of of the the NHL NHL leading leading lightning lightning other other winners winners included included the the blue blue jackets jackets hurricanes hurricanes flames flames islanders islanders sharks sharks and and conducts conducts college college football football bowl bowl action action in in the the peach peach bowl bowl number number ten ten Michigan Michigan state state triumphed triumphed over over number number twelve twelve Pittsburgh Pittsburgh thirty thirty one one to to twenty twenty one one behind behind Payton Payton Thorne's Thorne's three three hundred hundred fifty fifty four four passing passing yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns we we were were able able to to string string some some stuff stuff together together and and you you know know take take advantage advantage of of the the there there is is a a we we thought thought we we were were gonna gonna be be able able to to in in the the music music city city bowl bowl Mitchell Mitchell Finneran Finneran thirty thirty nine nine yard yard field field goal goal lifted lifted Purdue Purdue over over Tennessee Tennessee in in a a forty forty eight eight forty forty five five overtime overtime thriller thriller South South Carolina Carolina defeated defeated North North Carolina Carolina thirty thirty eight eight to to twenty twenty one one in in the the mail mail bowl bowl in in Wisconsin Wisconsin beat beat Arizona Arizona state state twenty twenty to to thirteen thirteen in in the the Las Las Vegas Vegas bowl bowl given given Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports

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Balanced Suns cruise past Wizards, tie Warriors for NBA lead

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Balanced Suns cruise past Wizards, tie Warriors for NBA lead

"The the sun sun scored scored fifty fifty eight eight points points in in the the paint paint and and rolled rolled to to a a one one eighteen eighteen ninety ninety eight eight route route of of the the wizards wizards to to Vail Vail McGee McGee dropped dropped in in seventeen seventeen points points we we have have to to put put a a team team away away today today with with eight eight minutes minutes left left young young fan fan so so it it was was good good for for us us and and the the fact fact we we place place so so much much is is given given up up our our legs legs and and get get everybody everybody out out of of there there and and it it movie movie take take care care bins bins that that first first quarter quarter after after quarter quarter user user we we get get the the I. I. three three eight eight netted netted fifteen fifteen as as the the two two big big men men help help Phoenix Phoenix pull pull even even with with the the warriors warriors for for the the NBA's NBA's best best record record of of twenty twenty three three and and five five Ken Ken Johnson Johnson had had thirteen thirteen points points on on four four of of six six shooting shooting including including three three of of five five from from three three point point range range Bradley Bradley Beal Beal led led the the wizards wizards with with twenty twenty six six points points on on eleven eleven of of eighteen eighteen shooting shooting I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Jazz beat Wizards 123-98, extend winning streak to 7 games

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Jazz beat Wizards 123-98, extend winning streak to 7 games

"Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell had had a a game game high high twenty twenty eight eight points points already already go go bare bare chipped chipped in in with with twenty twenty points points and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds as as the the jazz jazz won won their their seventh seventh straight straight game game convincingly convincingly won won twenty twenty three three ninety ninety eight eight over over the the wizards wizards the the jazz jazz trail trail fifty fifty one one fifty fifty and and a a half half time time but but were were dominant dominant in in the the second second half half outscoring outscoring the the wizards wizards seventy seventy three three forty forty seven seven go go bears bears saw saw the the jazz jazz play play like like a a playoff playoff team team record record it it would would get get better better you you know know and and and and we we can can discuss discuss I I mean mean that that that's that's the the key key for for us us is is we we come come in in every every single single game game with with a a defensive defensive mindset mindset Utah Utah shot shot fifty fifty two two percent percent for for the the game game assign assign white white side side had had a a double double double double with with eighteen eighteen points points and and fourteen fourteen rebounds rebounds the the wizards wizards of of lost lost four four of of five five were were led led by by Bradley Bradley Beal's Beal's twenty twenty one one Craig Craig heist heist Washington Washington

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Cavs extend winning streak to 4 with 116-101 rout of Wizards

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Cavs extend winning streak to 4 with 116-101 rout of Wizards

"The the Cavaliers Cavaliers have have a a four four game game winning winning streak streak after after Darius Darius garland garland furnish furnish thirty thirty two two points points ten ten assists assists and and eight eight rebounds rebounds in in a a one one sixteen sixteen one one oh oh one one win win over over Washington Washington good good the the question question about about in in the the first first half half try try to to keep keep up up with with it it in in the the second second half half of of the the Cavaliers Cavaliers led led by by twenty twenty nine nine following following in in nineteen nineteen oh oh spurt spurt that that bridge bridge both both apps apps the the lead lead eventually eventually grew grew to to thirty thirty six six Jared Jared Allen Allen had had twenty twenty eight eight points points and and thirteen thirteen rebounds rebounds for for a a sixth sixth consecutive consecutive double double double double Washington Washington starters starters accounted accounted for for just just thirty thirty nine nine points points with with Bradley Bradley Beal Beal scoring scoring fourteen fourteen the the cabs cabs are are a a surprising surprising thirteen thirteen and and ten ten right right now now and and just just a a game game behind behind the the wizards wizards I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Wizards beat Heat 103-100 to split home-and-home series

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Wizards beat Heat 103-100 to split home-and-home series

"Bradley Beal led four players in double figures with twenty one points as the wizards that Miami's four game winning streak what a one oh three one hundred win over the heat can tape VS Caldwell pope and Spencer Dinwiddie each chipped in with sixteen including two big three pointers in a crucial stretch in the fourth quarter as they came from a sixteen point deficit Beal and the wizards are now seven and one at home home or really rock and we're really ready to go so that's important for us moving forward especially when it comes down to play offs and seating in a special plan Miami and Charlotte come up again these games matter with the win the wizards approved eleven and five overall the heat fall to eleven and six and were led by Jimmy Butler who at twenty nine points Craig heist Washington

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Butler has 32 points, Heat beat Wizards to open 2-game set

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Butler has 32 points, Heat beat Wizards to open 2-game set

"They beat the wizards one twelve ninety seven to sit atop the Eastern Conference seven three pointers in the third period gave Miami an eighteen point lead in the way is never recovered Jimmy Butler scored a game high thirty two points including all ten of his free throws for Miami I think sometimes I just get lost in trying to put the ball in the basket is not a bad thing on your own but I don't I like to I like to be a pass first player I like to have all my teammates added twenty and gave Vincent had eighteen off the bench Bradley Beal led Washington with thirty points Kyle Kuzma had nineteen it's the fourth straight win and back to back losses for the wizards I'm more in Ruston

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Beal scores 30 points to help Wizards beat Bucks, 101-94

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Beal scores 30 points to help Wizards beat Bucks, 101-94

"Kyle Kuzma had a double double in Washington's won a one ninety four victory against Milwaukee Kuzma finished with fifteen points and ten rebounds while montrezl Harrell also provided fifteen points the wizards had dropped eight straight to the box before Bradley Beal dropped in thirty points the shows are grouped into maturity because in years past when we close all these close games you know we'll finally find a way to turn it off no we really locked in Berlin one guy stops and into office we took our time make sure it's secure yeah that's a tentacle Paul had twenty nine points and eighteen rebounds for the defending champion box who have lost five of six to drop to four and six Grayson Allen scored nineteen points and Bobby Portis said thirteen with thirteen rebounds as the box dropped the first game of a five game road trip I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Wizards have 7 in double figures, rout Grizzlies 115-87

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Wizards have 7 in double figures, rout Grizzlies 115-87

"Had eighteen points and eight rebounds to lead the wizards balanced attack in a one fifteen eighty seven routed the Grizzlies Bradley Beal was one of seven Washington players to score in double figures finishing with seventeen points that's great knows the system new coach new players and guys who were vets were to stand you know time score it stops in the bucket and enlisting the leads you know we we we keep our foot on the gas and that if the wizards lead sixty forty seven at halftime then went on a twenty three six run in the third quarter to break the game open it was Washington's most lopsided win of the season and its first in five meetings with Memphis jaren

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VanVleet scores 33 as Raptors beat Wizards 109-100

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

VanVleet scores 33 as Raptors beat Wizards 109-100

"The raptors have a five game winning streak after Fred vanvleet poured in a season high thirty three points in there one oh nine one hundred decision over the wizards whatever the defense gives us kind of how I try to play but definitely was a little bit more aggressive in looking for tonight V. makayla can Gary Trent junior each added fifteen for tomorrow which meant the final thirty four minutes with the lead that reached sixteen in the third quarter Bradley Beal scored twenty five points in Washington's second straight loss since a five a one start montrezl Harrell added fifteen points and ten rebounds for the wizards who outscored the raptors twenty three sixteen second chance points but hit just twenty five percent of their three point attempts I'm the ferry

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Young, Capela help Hawks end Wizards' 3-game winning streak

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Young, Capela help Hawks end Wizards' 3-game winning streak

"The hawks ended a two game losing streak by hitting all twenty nine of their free throws in a one eighteen one eleven victory against the wizards Trae young was eleven for eleven from the line while scoring twenty three points I think we did a great job on defense I mean they're tough office a team right in their hot right now they're they're playing really well and they got a lot of guys who can go score may place so we knew we had to be read on the deep into the night Clint capella had sixteen points and twelve rebounds as Atlanta eventual last week's loss to Washington Bogdan Bogdanovich finished with sixteen points for the hawks and cam reddish added fifteen off the bench Bradley Beal scored nineteen of his twenty four points in the first half for Washington which had its three game winning streak halted and lost its fifth in a row with State Farm arena I'm Dave Ferrie

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Beal, Harrell lead Wizards over Hawks 122-111

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Beal, Harrell lead Wizards over Hawks 122-111

"The wizards are foreign one after Bradley Beal scored twenty seven points in a one twenty two one eleven downing of the hawks montrezl Harrell had twenty five points and thirteen rebounds for Washington the hawks cut a twenty point second half deficit to five in the fourth quarter but Herald dunked off a pass from Beale before Beal slammed home a basket the hawks shot fifty four and a half percent but hit just nine free throws in six three pointers John Collins led Atlanta with twenty eight points on fourteen of sixteen shooting Trae young had fifteen points and thirteen assists I'm Dave very

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"bradley" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"bradley" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Nobody is fond of anybody. So i'm like okay. We'll if he signed off on it and it's got to be some special so man from the presentation to you know interacting with him then meeting meeting. The guys like is unreal. I got that too many by my wife because me too many boxes as i listened. Well what do we all got the same lifestyle. We be smiling. She'd be gone. Go wrong for fresher. Non stop pressure coming through. So i love it man like they treat you like family has been all love. This is my first year. So you've got to get on that like. I'll tell you in kobe going once. Covert over. You don't really see what the family be like. We have a family reunion every summer where we'd been kabo mexico bahamas. They went to pairs to one year. Man listen and i'm talking about what i'd say it'd be like that it'd be like that boy be and it'd be all just all joined brand from the baseball to the football guys like by everybody say jordan. You like especially union you like elite group. Illegal your league room when you were jordan. That's how we we. We felt like we was like the elite squad. Another navy seals. We thought we use a special fourth special tactics force. We come out there. It's only eight boy videos many. How is the coaching team. Coaching the youth and coaching. The guys coming on up are saying on the fan real. Would you just spoke to him. He just told just a real. There's a lot of people won't tell them you know they baby a lot of cast these days and already putting them in a form like they in the league but you you keeping their real especially coming from where we poly coating so like i mentioned earlier. I found a rich gray when he passed away. I actually took over the team. Twenty seventeen so renamed grabby elite. And like i said earlier. Like i feel like that's what helped propel my career like. Aau basketball and so. When i grew up like i didn't have my granted we didn't have big like nba guys around us or because guys around us. We didn't have it. And so i was like well. You know what. I'm gonna do that. Like our kids need that. I so much teaching them the game the right way because once i got to college then came back. I'm like woody at talk. I what are we learning. What are we teaching in right. So then when i got the league i'm like you learn so much and you learn how to game play and it's like this is the highest level this game's going to be playing right. And then you see house compared to college college. So robotic so system oriented by the league's free flowing individualized learning how to play pick and roll. It's reads right is straight reactionary. So i'm like that's how the game play and i'm like then we should it with them right so i embrace coaching them. I in a way as me trying to figure out what it is that i wanna do when i'm done hoopla right. I'm just trying to figure out okay. While on to coach want to be involved in sports whatever. The case may be trouble and coach my son's one day but the ultimate thing for me is helping these kids college education. I'm writing station and everybody has an opportunity right. And so if i can be that bad guy that the kids listen to. Because they'll listen to us right. We'll come in there and tell them the same exact thing that they coaches have been telling them all store but we'll come in and tell them the same thing and do so for me. It was just you know how is a time engine thing. Obviously you know because they play. They season ramps. Oh right at the end of our season and if you wanna play offs you miss a lot of their games and so for me is just trying to figure out time management being around him. I stay engaged with them. They got my contact info social media. Whatever the case may be like. I just try to be a big brother. Mentor on top of being a coach pushing them to write relationship with college. Coaches pushing college coaches pushing relationships. They're recruiting wise helping helping parents. I really try to dive into that and try to be a big brother mentor. Not trying to encourage all the guys that came from the from the crib to do the same thing because there's so much talent that needs to guidance ride by no football while we got football players coming out the time i gotta you know salutes jewel net brought. Especially you know you a superstar in the nba. Right now. neil saying that current plan all star and all of that so for you to be taking time out of your personal life and really showing up like i say it's nose is nothing for us like have a you team. What a sponsor sun throw money at something or the gist. Do for something. And i'm not saying that's bad but i'm saying like the fact that you actually show up and you put your time in and you are there to speak to them and you are there to do all of those things you just name like. That that goes beyond. I mean we all know the impact. You don't sound like just thank if any of us could have had a bradley bill type stature. nba figure. Coaching us in talking us. And we could take ten and act some questions. Do things like that embiid for my that. Bigger than the money you put up form and everything like being able to be there physically and showing them kids that you give them. You know what. I'm saying like if they don't understand like that is bigger than anything like really being to meet as big money in any of that and i emphasize that i let the as i could be anywhere in the world. Besides that's true watching stink. Join up. I definitely i take pride in because they do understand that you know. They understand that. I can't do anything i won't i don't have to be here. I could be doing anything. I could be living my life the life that they wish they could be myth right and so for me is getting them to understand. There is steps steps and you can't skip no steps because a lot of these kissing a pros highschool and they not back got a humble and you've got to really build a look into sean. This is how to be a proper pro. This is how you be upon all is you tell yourself you're saying you warn you. Not i feel. I you will breath for this bra. You had used the middle child of four brothers like what the hell was that like competition and just like learning from one another. It'd be you got you got to above you. Learn from to below you the poor you was giving like how was that for you. I feel like that kinda shape. They impact everything. Like how you are. You one hundred percent right like my family is my supporters. best foundation..

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"bradley" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"bradley" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Great. I get home. It's like a three day camp. We ended up winning championship. And all that. I get home. Co-ceo caused me says. I'm offering scholars and fresh some like on commit. I'm committed right now coming right now. So i'm guessing like as is what i'm good but ever since their moment my mom said that's it we focusing on hoops. Like i know you love football refocusing hoops and that's and ever since then my knife. You're you're to rock and say look. I know when you demand and saint louis like teams or purred teams or common double team and all that stuff. They hold ball is a lot of tricks of the trade. The ball how was on hoda ball. I'll tell them no shot clock they hold the ball talking about skull at the game might be forty five or forty three of saying it might be thirty nine thirty six. It'd be low games because they'll hold the ball and that will mess up kinda use going average and all that stuff but like planning. They're in china. Starting to get the hype. Get to the point. You got thirty 'cause Using the era where we say a uteem's on espn downing elver. I was watching you on. Espn i'm like the he'll is i'll be to look at it was you and Being was it was being lamar. Well it was him. It was those behind. You enjoy your bird colony me. Watch by these young boys from the crew and the first thing he played on. Espn is definitely an air. My era was crazy. Like i feel like my era was performed. My seventeen year was the first year that u. I b. o. Started so we were like the grassroots. While that in several monica it was crazy me. Anthony davis gilchrist. Oh man who else awesome rivers. Our class was loaded with talent. And so plus we had our team. We have been right. We are shocked roosevelt. We had guys in being too so it was tough like i loved it to me. A you basketball help make help shape my game shape who i was like. We dominated his saint. Louis there was no competition. You know what i'm saying. Get double team like you said teams to hold the ball but i still find ways to dominate like. There was. We stopped him. You know but when you on the circuit where everybody's good you know. They lay shoes of just like you. You know saying you got. This might feel me. They from the gutter just like you off another city so we'll be doing tonight. So that's like they're really shaped who i am like i plus our organization in itself recipes Our founder like he really. You know what i'm saying. He motive as men challenges in all ways and dan on the court. You know what would what would you. The eagles lose eagles. Okay okay okay. Long history of ball so we all history of which we we handed them. You know what i'm talking about. We did today. I'm familiar with the eagles coming out of high school like mcdonald's all american and stuff like that i know high was for me for me. Make you talk about the time. That was one. That's the next step then. The guys we seen before like take that next step. So you know you're going in the right. How was it for you to to get honored to be. you know. Top graders in the country and has it was a blessing man. Because i wasn't always a high rank kid like i had to grind that out to earn that deserve all of that and my senior year. I was gatorade national player of the year. The mcdonald's game and so you knew once you make the mcdonald's games like okay literally. it's on it's all you know what i'm saying. The trick it off with a mega happening that like now. It's like go that way or the other way. The ball's in your court so you know just seeing alone you know rap sheet of saint. Louis guys that made it that was always motivational. My brother did make it and so that was provisional for me to make it have somebody in our family bill to make the game and those dope you know. I never make an a game. Jordan brand game played usa. Basketball two years. When i was sixteen. Seventeen onto bill medals was the be is seventeen so it was. I had l. of high school career man like i enjoyed every bit of it and all the accolades that came along with it was. I wouldn't have imagined. I would want him to be quite honest. Which could have been anybody else than florida. Because i got crazy. Florida store when i was getting recruited by florida and billy dons. And he was like yeah. You're gonna come up in her and like yeah you. You're going to play behind. Mike miller on i was like what i play behind mike. Sue teams the way like tubby smith. Debbie in kentucky like. Yeah you coming. Go play behind. Tayside prince alumni lobby note. Say i really fit in time i was. I felt that it was. It was going to be a conflict right off the bat. I was like yeah off you because one of the guys from east saint. Louis play for billy diamond and he was telling billy about me. So billy star recruit me right so you know. We had the conversation. I finally had to compensate. He hit me with that. It's just like man you're gonna put me on. I got to know for being real like that. Tubby that you know that you the type of recruit i tell what you wanna hear. He tells me what he like. May look you coming at her. You know yo- spot. Mike miller you're spot you're going to have to compete for. I felt that like oh shit okay. Let's go but the the whole thing was like. Nah ain't even though no question that you gotta opportunity limited time about me to go to the league and you tell me this as their coach when i samo now but could have been.

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"bradley" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bradley" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Reports counterforces. Stay down fakes. First thing he do spin right into my ribs. And i say i'll okay. This is you gotta lock in. You got a long way to go. So different level road stole they. Were still in the ball. Throwing laws left ratings. I'm like okay. Yeah this is real. So those my welcome my first step on overflow was my weapon to the league and then my yoyo live on location in the blackest one here in orlando. We got a very special guest that we get envy a rotea right now all the little. Oh yeah we got. We got mister saint little saint louis building. This missed the saint. Louis all size stood near all mba to miss the bradley beal in the building. We appreciate you coming through big time shows. I haven't d- miles. You notice a pleasure. You've got to represent the brand representing the brand represent. I see big staff. Yes sir saint louis missouri. The creole.

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"bradley" Discussed on Station 17541

Station 17541

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"bradley" Discussed on Station 17541

"At this level. Some of us are going to continue to play in my junior year. We made it to the final eight in the nc double a. We lost to alexi lalas at rutgers. United talk to him on his radio show. I think i got him to admit that he was fortunate to win that game. He doesn't want to admit that. But you know that taste of success on a high level here the collegiate level going overseas and then that was. The dream is to play in through my coach. I mean there were opportunities different clubs yet aberdeen in scotland. And then there were highlanders blow in that sense imbaba way in that in england there are queen park rangers. And then man you. I mean our coach was good friends with alex ferguson. Who is alleged in the uk so trying to sort through that and make a decision and you know which spot a wide range. But i felt like okay. Have gone to scotland i went back to aberdeen and and was there for three months as well and in training there and i felt like okay. I understood that context. I understood that club in. I wanted to go something very different and so the uk it felt kind of similar at the. Let's go to africa now and There was later an opportunity to new zealand as well but was the choice and it was also experienced life there. I mean you know this was sport. You can travel experience. Different cities or countries coulter's relationships. And you see so much. And i've i've never been in a country. Does poverty drought aides to that level. It's one thing to read about it. But nothing to go there. And i wanted to experience that i wanted to make a difference to help out one tutors students if i could on the side and so that's how we ended up going to zimbabwe but Yeah that was a. That was a big decision looking back. I mean it was one of those. We have different points in our life. There's crossroads and you gotta decide. And there's times where i think we'll what if i would have gone to man you and try to make it there. What what would my life look like. But i don't look back with regrets. I mean i. I look back. And sometimes the best experiences come out of the worst circumstances and tragedy. I hadn't africa That redefined my life and redirected my life in so many ways it was brutal but there are also some amazing things that came out of it. Yeah i was reading a little bit about that. So tell her fans about What happened to you over there While you were in africa yeah. I took a prescribed medication from a physician here to prevent malaria and is called barium. Mathematically inclined based drug. And i took it every week as prescribed and after many months you put the toxic levels of my system in a flood of symptoms came on in. I noticed that i had migraine headaches. I couldn't handle any later noise. And i someone who never has had so that was strange will be double. Vision sweats chills. And then the crazy stuff that happened. Those my heart would start racing in. Here's a few conditions that the drug produced one was tactic. Cardio racing heart. I'd be sitting still like we are now in one hundred sixty minutes like my heart's beat out of my chest and couldn't stop it. And then also atrial flutter and other abnormality skipping beats heart murmur indicating the left side of my chest and it was like am. I gonna make gonna live. I mean this was life threatening for a year. And i flew back because the doctors bob way saw the decline in they said you've gotta fly back what you still got some health and so i came back but the other symptoms as well are crazy. Dreams just weird kinda semi hallucination stuff and then also i because of the lights were off in a room. What my mind we do would just be a bad trip or something and you turn the lights back out and of come back into focus. But i had panic. Attacks zayed had never had before like uh trash. And i never felt before meeting a couple of suicidal thoughts would come in and my emotional was shot in. It was like this drug was just taken over my system. So i flew back the us we paid out of pocket with stanford he listed ten things that could be one of them was the drug and when i heard it i just knew any inside. This has got to be a- and the physicians at that time all said. I need to keep taking the drug because after returned to the states. You take it for a month in that protects you from malaria because you could linger now. I win against their advice instead. I won't take the drug anymore. And we had my blood sent to cdc if toxic levels with drug in my system. And it's a clear conclusion. That if i didn't decide that again that was a decision. I'm not gonna take the drug another month. That drug would have probably killed me and so that months right there. I didn't take the drug i. Of course. I didn't have malaria. It was all side of expert. Medication is probably be who can relate that they've heard stories or maybe they've gone through side effects before and this was like to the extreme and no one really sought comment and didn't identify and so finding out what it was. It was eye opening for me and then of course later on i learned about many other cases with drug controversy on many people want it banned and i just didn't know that go into it. Yeah that had to be hard to. How long were you taking it before you knew for you found out right. It was about four months that i took the drug and then like i say the symptoms all came on at once and when they came on it was a flood and i was flying back within about a week. I was flying back to the states because the decline was pretty rapid. So once you got off at. How long did it take to for you to recover from my life for a year and with those heart abnormalities. I mean it was scary stuff Every night i made move back in with my parents. Never thought it'd be in that spot you know but They would with a baby monitor. They will be listening at night. Like what's going on down there you know and it was. It was out of control and you know making it through. The physicians didn't know what ever recover. Which symptoms would go away in. There was nothing they could give me. Because they didn't want to put like a block or in there because they didn't know how they would interact with the overdose of the drug. And so that could shut everything. Down but the drug inhibits inhibitors. My heart the heart can't regulate itself in. He just didn't know how long it's gonna last how much my heart could endure. I mean i'm great. I was a professional athlete at the time. Because i had to make a chart. That now i can walk ten minutes without my heart. You know over amping. I couldn't even drive because my heart was so sensitive any stimulation would just send it racing. So i was not driving for your. I was just charting. That i could walk up twenty minutes with that heart monitor on. I'm trying to watch it and in so to make it through that year it was here. Here's some of the things that happened for me. Though one is my identity shifted it without realizing it. I had my identity and my performance and that was even on school grade sports the crowds my career in when all that stuff's gone and you've got your identity and that the question. I wrestled with was a who. Am i m i in i had shifted instead of what i do to who i am in for me and i. I realized it was a wide range of listeners. Right now viewers but for me. I actually came to jesus in college. I didn't grow up with the bible religion my family's like thirty one flavors spiritual everything. We got rabbi ex. Catholics atheist so that relationship has started in college but it wasn't deep in during this trial. That's where i realized. okay. I'm gonna find my security in a love that will go away in a presence. They won't leave me. Forsake me and that was an intentional shift. I started some new habits. I let people into the pain. My motors an athlete. As your best foot forward you perform notch. You don't show weakness in so for me to admit like instead of denial. Like i'm scared. I'm worried sad. I'm down. you know in. Let people into that pain. That was new new coping mechanism. 'cause my whole life and i always thrived on you. Just do better you learn and you perform better and that wasn't gonna work here as an athlete to as a professional athlete. Soon as you show things wrong or weakness. Or i need help. Yes oh okay. We're going to get this guy that right buddy l. Coming along right. Yes and that's what happens to so many athletes is at the. Don't want to talk about the they don't want to say. Hey look if. I can just get this help mentally rate right or if i if you could understand me in a different way. It's so hard for us because we can't say that stuff so what happens to a lot of nfl players. They don't put down what has happened. Or what's wrong with them. Like after the season Right give the cool. Yep and then all of a sudden you don't tell them everything that's wrong and then when you go to get your disability afterwards you're like well you didn't have this might yes. I did while not down. So i can't imagine what. How was your team with that. Like when you like reser going through all this you've been a professional athlete transition. Yup as you said had to be crazy because it was hard enough for me yesterday after trying to transition from the nfl. I can't imagine like was like you had the just stop. Yes is no choice in sometimes lights. Go in one way is not going that way anymore in. I saw it with some teammates because in zimbabwe aids was so rampant at the time they were guys on the national team that were like twenty years old twenty one and they were just dead couple months later so they had seen that. Of course i left but you know that transition. I didn't know how to grieve. I'm not someone who likes grieving. Grieving doesn't go natural anyways. Like i don't want a pity party. And i didn't know to enter into some of that grieving and so much loss when your childhood dream when the job you love and i had no position i was gonna step into. I didn't know what career i did have a plan to life. After soccer goalkeepers complaints sometimes to their forty so. I just figured i'd be doing this for like a good fifteen years at love doing it too. I love doing it so i missed it so much and you know trying to discover okay. Well in what are my guests. And what are some of the options. What health and a half. It's so humbling. Because athletes know their bodies and when you lose control of your body especially like an oregon like your heart you know. And then also i felt like i was on the break like trying to keep my sanity and am i going to be in my right mind am i gonna have a body can actually do any work you know and in what options are there. Doctors couldn't say you'll be better at three years. You'll be better at four years. I mean it took me ten to fully recover. I would say that it was very gradual and just little by little if find that say about nine years. It was a turning point where it's like. Okay i really. I feel comfortable in my own skin. Got my stuff back. The symptoms aren't so obvious. Like i'm moving forward now but i mean that's a long haul in no guarantees now as athletes. We train our tails off the training that you had to go through to be a professional athlete. All the lifting running the you know there's always something you're going through. Yes then all of a sudden you're you're put through this other test. Yup did you draw back on all that training like the times that you running in couldn't breathe in highschool right remember. It's great when you thought that you couldn't get it through then all of a sudden you're you know what i mean like. I know i know all those fitness tests that you dread you know they're coming for months. You just work so hard and then you still take the fitness test new. Throw up. I mean that's i don't forget those but i would say is that discipline i see with athletes. People are in the military. Is you develop this discipline and sometimes you learn how to do things. Maybe you don't want to do but they're good for you in. There's tenacity with it as well for me. It shifted instead of the physical endurance and seeing how far it became between my ears. And that was the fiercest battle in. I'll tell you what started to changes. I realized my. I thought i can't control. I mean if it's a negative thought if it's a it's a suicidal to. I can't control that. I thought it comes in but i do get to decide. Am i gonna gonna harbor believe it. Entertain it rejected. And then i'm going to choose my second thought you know what's true what's good in. I can't tell you with the drug. And i don't know exactly how it works but it felt like against storm of negative thoughts all day long in. I want to keep my mind out of the ditch in. So i mean one thing i started doing. I never done. Spores really memorize the bible. Just find some verses that are good something solid in start to merge so whenever those negative thoughts commit. I'm gonna go back to what solid but it could just be also just gratitude astor direct down literally ten things day that became my new habit. Habits are powerful. They're small intentional steps. Big reside really. I had to choose ten day. I'm gonna write down out otherwise over-focus on what i lost now. There was sadness there. But i needed to remember what i do have and i need to stay grateful so i would write down those ten out intensely. Think about those things in. If i could win that battle in my mind than that healthy thinking you know lice gonna come back. Life's gonna move forward is going to be healing but had to guard that in leg. I was guarding the net from the opponents in the soccer balls. I was guarding my mind from the negativity destructive thoughts. The lies discouragement. And it was fierce i was goalkeeper mode. I think yeah. Yeah you were definitely protecting everything about your soul and your heart and everything else. So hey everyone. We're talking with Jesse bradley he he Obviously has told us an amazing story about how he overcame a drug that he was taken for malaria We're gonna come back. We're going to talk a little bit more about us professional career and we're gonna get into what he's doing now and how that hard transition eddie went through has led him to where he's doing today so Don't go away..

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"bradley" Discussed on Station 17541

Station 17541

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"bradley" Discussed on Station 17541

"To this week's potluck with gusts fifteen year. Nfl quarterback. gus. Ron passion. For sports has taken him on the field and behind the benches play for seven. Nfl franchises with one hundred fourteen. Td's under his belt gust who the players are and how the games are won it every day. You get to hang out with an nfl quarterback case sports fans from the dell and plush six hundred forty one digital studios. It's so snap your chinstraps off kicked to. Hey everyone welcome to another episode of up with gus. I'm your host gusts viraat fifteen year. Nfl quarterback. and i want to welcome you to the sixteen thirty one digital news podcast studio so today. We're sitting here and thank you to sixteen thirty one digital news for for hosting us. I also wanna thank sounder. Fm that's our podcast platform man without them. We haven't been getting the audience you know before we got onto sound or now with sounder. Our audiences increased a new listeners. Have come on in droves. So thank you to sounder and all their new transcription and everything that they're doing and you know we wanna thank In the last month we did a big promotion with man's gaped and so We wanna think manscaping for for letting us work with them and hopefully becoming a partner so thank you to scape And you can still go to man. Scape dot putting my code gusts virata all caps at g. f. r. e. r. o. T. t. e. And you can get twenty percent off and free shipping on any products that they have and they have the new lawnmower four point. Oh now it's not the lawnmower that you'd think but if your guy you probably need it so today joining us as professional soccer player and somebody that i think his story just relate so well to really why i started this podcast and because we all find our path in life so jesse. Bradley has found his path in life and i think he doesn't amazing job of it. He's a speaker. He goes around and tell us his story He s faith is amazing. he's been through many trials. He's been tested. His faith has been tested. And i think he just has an amazing story. He was a goalkeeper in the us and scotland in zimbabwe and joining us. Now is jesse bradley. Jesse how you doing buddy gus. Thanks so much for having me on the podcast. I appreciate you know. I watched you as a player. I always enjoyed watching. You play the podcast. I love that you go beyond the field. You really capture the stories in the journeys of different athlete. So thanks for inviting me on the show today. Yeah yeah thanks for joining me. you know. it's it's a lot of fun to be able to get to talk to people especially from different backgrounds and and we all come from a different place on a lot of times we end up in the same area so tell me a little bit about your story in that moment where you fell in love with sports because i read a little bit about you where it said that you when you were three you are going to be a professional athlete. It has been early for me. You know. I grew up on the campus. He mercy of minnesota the golden gophers probably the toughest mascot but big ten. I mean we had the barn back then with both hockey basketball williams arena was shaking so there was so much passion minnesota winters. You gotta find something real hockey player. So i watched it started to play it but then basketball caught my heart and make the choice. Went with basketball and you know. I told my parents first. Apartment was in the parking lot of the football stadium for the gophers. And so you couldn't miss it. There's maroon and gold everywhere. And i started going to the games with my parents told them. This is what. I wanna do girl up and that never changed. I mean i sports for me I started playing football. I just grab a. Footballs will kid. And that was the quarterback and wide receiver. And catch it the snow or i would put up a nerf hoop and i would be both teams. I was on a kid so you know it wasn't something anyone had to say. You need to get in falls around our neighborhood. We just played all the time to vanclief park and does all the kids were playing out the streets and then of course we found games too but When my parents got divorced at eight seven. I would say that i even put myself more into sports if that was possible because of that pain right there and that loss that void. It's like well. What do i really enjoy life. And i didn't have anything. I enjoyed more than sports. And and so. I played three sports in high school. It was basketball soccer. And i also baseball. But i just couldn't get enough sports. I loved it. Minnesota is a great town. Lit plane for the vikings and living there. I lived in rochester. Then i live uptown. And i've been all over and i you know in the wintertime. Obviously but when we're there for the football season and everything starts reason over one of my favorite things just riding around seeing the pond start freezing overseeing everyone start to get them ready and they were they would clean the snow off the rinks. All sudden. there'd be a bench that there'd be a goal then it'd be lights and it was a minnesota was amazing in. It's it's a great place to play sports some of sports Athletes that come out of their incredible. You're right you're right and you gotta be resourceful so it's ice fishing making a pond. I mean those wintertime's but minnesotans are pretty rugged is well and you know. We had kevin mchale that i watched growing up dave winfield. We were hoping you were going to bring us that long awaited super bowl gusts. You know. I hey i wanted i wanted to. I mean i would love that. you know. But we've minnesota has been so close so many times you know they're they went from me and mild behind and then in two thousand eight and they bring brett farve in two thousand nine and i told coach. Jody it's like just have both of us. We're gonna have eighty years between us like what kind of what team has experience like. How which i get. I know that they really wanted brett. But that which which is fine but man they have. Minnesota has been so close from gary anderson You missed field goal. That has brutal. Yeah oh man. I grew up. You know we would go to the old stadium before the metrodome. The old met stadium. My grandpa is a famous surgeon at mercy of minnesota renown just a lot of pioneering work but he gets season tickets so we would go. Do remember the cigars. I was there in the game where they threw the bottle and hit the wrath. My seat from meddled stadium still. Yeah but tell me like. It's it's like it's colder than green bay. Wanna say because. I've played out green bay. It's been cold. I played outdoors in new york. It's been really cold but cold for some reason.

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MyTalk 107.1

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer everybody there is Holly what are we Bradley why are we talking about this this is a great question thank you for asking I don't say so myself question that we're pondering at this moment is because I will god I got a text from a friend this weekend with the photograph somebody had posted to Instagram of the face the front of the store front of a restaurant I know and love called little Tijuana and there was a big it's trainers a big for sale sign in the window it makes me very sad now this is one of just many many restaurants an entire industry under assault from corona virus and the pandemic we find ourselves in but I noticed specifically what last week when the news came out that another sort of cult favorite restaurant in Minneapolis moose in CD's was announcing they were permanently advancing and this comes on the heels of a number of them Agona at Minneapolis favorites I should mention but not just Minneapolis of course those are the ones that I'm remembering places like the agonized and then over in Saint Paul Izzy's ice cream there are these restaurants that we have an emotional connection to because of nostalgia or just the fact that we've been going there for years and years and years that really just hit hard and for me little tease was like you know for some people last week most in Sadie's was for them it's just R. I. K. I don't understand what the world is gonna look like without the ability for me to go to little Tijuana's and have what chips into one of the best cheese burgers in town I mean that's a Mexican restaurant don't get me started but anyway and that is I mean that is the thing that we're all going through on multiple levels is having to say goodbye to things that have kind of held a space in our life yeah six five one six four one one oh seven one what is the restaurant that you have an emotional connection to it it may not be one maybe it's when the closed a long time ago maybe it's one that's not close at all yeah but what's a restaurant that you have an emotional connection to so I think about like I can think of a couple and one of them has been gone for a long time but nor as is the one that I think about was that the one that was like in that weird at the end of was on Hennepin right it was on lay suppose it was technically Hennepin over by today Marcus Scott it was this tiny little an end and now I don't even remember the name of the thing that's there now but there is an Applebee's over there I think yeah Jones and it was right next to that it was this like a ram shackle older building and they had and this is why we love it so we lived over there we have an apartment over there my husband and I did before we were married live and we used to walk over to Nora's we were pouring penniless and we would go there for their happy hour and they had a salad bar that was like nothing for the salad bar yeah so we would get the salad bar for dinner because you could make a salad there and on the salad bar they had pop overs and macaroni and cheese when we called caffe macs because it was that kind of like buffet mac and Cheetos so we go there have happy hour have a salad in calf mac and order a two for one martini and that was our life we didn't like it so that was our date nights it's those kinds of restaurants that you know it hurts especially to see places like that go away because you feel like a piece of your history is gone right that's part of it and then also nor as they served the famous Porky's onion rings so if we had a particularly good week and we were feeling you know thicker than usual in the wallet we'd order an order of those and they were divine and pork is of course another that's another one that's classic restaurant that was just down the street from yeah that people have grieved a lot let's go to the phones Amy's on the line hi Amy what's the restaurant that you have an emotional connection to and they both went close for a while but one in Phili L. aren't full in you know what's so crazy about feely on I'm sorry to interrupt you but it just makes me think of that because the plate the thing that was there most recently just announced that they're closing thing and nothing nothing has been able to stay in that spot since Helio left and the other one is telling me now I used to love palomino true that was birthday celebration I love that yeah those are good and even tried to bring for member did you try that feeling when it came back momentarily over at the west end yeah it it just couldn't it didn't yeah it had to be where it was yeah well I think it was so hard about that thank you for calling me the thing that's so hard about that is that really existed in that spot for so long and then whatever has taken over I mean I think Fagan ferro has been the most successful thing that has taken over that spot but it was almost like nothing could know that mean there is there been yeah I think I've been to every iteration of that restaurant since let's see Leo and every time it's like okay well let's let's hope and then it nope it just doesn't some thing I mean you you hate hate to use her cursed but it just seems like whatever women there was would have trouble not for trying I mean there were some amazing people and talent that we're in that space but that's one that like you know right it's really really hits hard let's go to Jeannie hello Jean genie what is that restaurant that you have an emotional attachment to the original pancake house home I used to go there but my husband had been married for forty three years we went there when we were first married and took our kids instead of on the table and now we go with our daughter answered her grand baby on the table we just love the help which one do you go to nine one yeah you know I did not realize for the longest time that that was because wherever I was in my life before Minneapolis we didn't have those I didn't realize that that was a chain well individually owned yeah yeah the franchise yeah absolutely I'm just impressed that you can get a seat there Jeannie I mean it that's everybody loves that my husband goes there every day of the week okay see regular riding so and they see a command I got rid of this you know I love that thank you Jeannie some of the best ranking in town and Swedish pancakes we I was gonna say I mean you're mean this goes without saying you guys know me quite well to know that one of the restaurants that I have an emotional attachment to is the Carbone is in Minneapolis that's like our second kitchen we are there all the time and I will say I miss being there there are are you know they're doing gangbusters I'm hoping right now with the neighborhood wanting to support them but like I literally like it that is my place and I am so sad that we can't just go sit there let's go to Jennifer Jennifer is on the line hi Jennifer Jennifer the restaurant you have us a special emotional connection to three and that cannot happen what I what I do what I am sure men yes yes Pam Sherman's bakery okay that hasn't been open for a hundred years if you lock the door and then I want to work there showed up to work yeah and you know she had this thing so it there was I don't remember the uptown one I remember the forty six the Nicolet Pam Sherman bakery I want to well then she had one downtown to work okay okay a little tiny ones yes so she used to make these like pin wheel things with spinach in them yep I've never been able to find it anywhere else and what hi there my friend and I would try to replicate it it's just no matter what it's not the same as being sixteen having coffee smoking cigarettes and get on a bus for two dollars and ten cents I love that thank you for your call for the equivalent for me for that kind of a place is I mean oh my god like literally the best breakfast in the city of Minneapolis I know you would agree sunny side up yes it it's where I still am yeah that's the place that is not there anymore but it was a sunny side up it's on Lyndale yep in like the Italian sausage and gravy I like the breakfast I cannot even begin to tell you how amazing their breakfasts were yeah we we so love that place every time my brother would come into town we go there what is the name of the place that then went in there as you and I went there with Jamie in math that's right yes I it's a one of that was a fancy yeah it it's close yeah that's true CF but this was like the appeal to me of greasy spoon of so good so good who doesn't love a good greasy spoon when we come back on the Culina Bradley show quarantines of the rich and famous how is Kelly rip a doing and her rich and famous quotes on her own after this on my talk on a seven one have you heard Donna and Steve lately check out this highlight Pat Benatar here's her new song called together the better ones that I've heard if you don't listen to it literally for like corona virus it could be about a long distance relationship yeah a little on the nose yeah but I don't know I feel like it could be something else it's not she's not like Mr Colston then a knee is Donna and Steve listen live or podcast it anytime at my talk one of seven one dot.

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"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer we decided there was just like too much here to unpack we got lots of time right now so we wanted to give you a little something you could care alone okay so this is where all of a give you like the nuts and bolts of it now we're gonna go back and do some back filling yeah so there is a paparazzi photograph it's not even a paparazzi photograph we'll get to that of mama June working out with a guy named Adam barta okay you're like okay fine why do I care what you care because this is a story that started it years and years and years ago when we realized that a lot of the D. list celebrities that we followed and cared about we're all connected by a small network so we're talking about like Octomom when she kind of had her big moment tell mama who else Octomom ten mom Sydney lead there is Abraham was yup dean alone you know Michael well handled yes we started to see all my goodness this these people are all represented by the same person he's a while also wait for it uhhuh here's the real kicker stormy Daniels oh yeah oh yeah okay so that matters yeah stick a pin in that the person's name is Gina Rodriguez and not the star now the actor Jane the virgin it's a different woman named Gina Rodriguez and we were like oh this is so interesting species the agents behind all of these people who are trying to kind of extend their five minutes of fame and make it into five years right yeah I think Courtney Stodden of corrie Sanders ever been affiliated with her but anyway but we started to pay attention to kind of the hallmarks of her you know what she was doing so it would be the rise by maybe first you'd get some stories about them popping up then we would see maybe a song they drop a single men usually who is a who was involved in that Bradley Adam barta Adam barta we would see some sort of **** experience but here's what was genius about it and here's the thing I like about her Gina Rodriguez is that because Gina Rodriguez is a former porn actress herself and so she's got connections in that world also by the way we were on her long before The New York Times but The New York Times in two thousand fourteen did a whole piece on all really yeah but she would often like her whole theory was and it's kind of genius is that like if you're gonna do porn you're going to do a solo experience and it's going to be you so I mean I'm I'm going to negotiate you know top dollar she I mean I'm pretty sure she was the one that connected fair Abraham with for sure with what's his name that guy yeah anyway yeah so anyway so how Johnson the sole Gina Rodriguez though people would know I see we did there Gina Rodriguez people would know her if you watch the show not to hot of mama June from not to hot because she was the agent that was featured in that show because she was mama June the agent at that time mama June had a went off the rails for a hot minute or two and we were like oh what's going on with mama June and now mama June is back and what's interesting to me is the picture that was published is of her in a hotel wearing a mask next to a masked Adam barta she is on a recumbent bike he's lifting weights working on his fitness next to her yeah and I'm thinking okay so they've gotten a hold of her you know and they're trying to like get her back into the you know she needs money we know this yeah well she she needs money and she's had a rough go and Gina Rodriguez is good at like drumming up business I will tell you I've also sat on on the couch and talk to tan mom at length when tan mom was having a really hard she was having a real hard time with Gina and thought Gina was out to like you know rob her blind and like she had all these things to say about Gina Rodriguez and then I think they ended up parting their ways or something because she wasn't doing like tan mom was sort of indicating that perhaps you know was keeping her from certain opportunities and projects and I'm like I mean sprint won't put projects bizarre it's just a bizarre world and I also I think to that she represents K. major used to yes so well that I still went hand yeah so whenever you're so whenever you see these people pop up you understand why they're shot see this is why we go deep in the shower it's because we've been living in the shower for so many years where nobody else is like sitting around and you see these things come up enough and you're like wait a minute how are these things connected and I guarantee you these it this is the reason you see these people and headlines because they've got somebody like Gina Rodriguez who is pumping out you know opportunities for you know paparazzi and and other media outlets to have access to these you know what the celebrity wannabe absolutely and that's exactly probably where the idea for the Kate major and I do you know low hand TV show that is now defunct yeah came from right was that she was do you know what about the one trying to pitch that she's got connections I I think they're like delist connections but in any case this Adam barta thing this to me says that I think we should be keeping our eyes peeled for a mama June single.

Bradley
"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It is gonna be real clean in here smells like the pool it really does I don't think through all right well both actually you our total victory one broadly one yesterday right John at least two hundred eighteen points calling has one hundred ninety one some things doing well you're getting close to the two hundred thousand dollars it's all good all right like we just said at the beginning of the segment it's Bradley's birthday for so we're going to celebrate Bradley trainers year of birth nineteen hundred and forty two Zach Lee and some days it feels like name the Benny Goodman track now all we're not to do in I'm a little bombs we are celebrating everything nineteen seventy five young I was alive yet so so that was Q. so we got all sorts of things for you to listen to that are from the year nineteen seventy five like our first clip okay this clip what's the biggest box office hit of the year of Bradley trainer nailing seventy five or should know this so listen to this clip and tell me the name of the movie featured here Bradley trainer Bradley is that draws you feeling that somehow and that's what I was thinking and then I was like I'm gonna wait here I'm not going to jump the gun and now I wish I would have jumped the gun you snooze you lose Bradley got a point yes he was the biggest box office hit of nineteen seventy five are you moving on this is a song that was featured on the number one album the best selling album of five okay so I have to name the artist okay we'll accept that featured on the number one album of nineteen seventy five tell me who's singing here Bradley Bradley that's Elton John.

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"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Calling Leinster Bradley trade question we're asking right now this is really a public service and we need your help how do you politely tell people when you're maybe walking around outside or in a public space to stay six feet away when they're not maybe observing the social distancing six five one six four one one oh seven one we are crowd sourcing kind ways to ask people to kindly stay away from you and Bradley we already we already have a caller yeah a phone fees so please on the line hi Sophie what's going on how what do you do what do you say how do you do this so I'm in my car with my mom and we were you too we did not like it that you can share your way through it you like to something you can take a six foot four yard stick input it and tape it to your hair at in the front back inside so if they try to get close to it I can't I I love this idea now have you tested this out yourselves one thousand what we want yeah crafting I feel like this and you've got a project yeah I should try sure yeah thank you and then you must be like a little tutorial so other people can make their own social distancing outfits and then they'll become trendy and you make a lot of money see you get at the store yeah you'll do your own thank you Sophia Sophia my day also we've seen this in a way like I acquitted somebody sent us a video or did one of you send the video of the guy at running through the park and he had essentially what was like a hoop skirt it was it was it was like a hoop skirt without the skirt I love that and so is essentially just a big like think of a giants who who yeah that was suspended equal parts around him equal distant from him like I've there were some kind of like I don't know what you call it framework that kept it like out but it was like a big circle so like nobody could get within his space I loved it was funny to watch people on the the path just like what do I do my gosh that part of the problem is people do this thing where like yeah you might be like from here to the person in front of you to the person behind you walking six feet apart but if somebody starts running up alongside you right guarantee they're not going to be six feet I've seen this multiple times yeah and you have that weird dance you're doing like I did this just happened today in the hallway here at work I rounded a corner and there were people all standing six feet apart I'm having a necessary conversation in the moment that they were having it and I just stood frozen in the hallway because I was like I can't I don't know how to get around all of you and they saw me with my frozen face and my fear and fright and they were like I was like I just I panic when I see this and they were like okay well we'll just we'll keep movin and they started walking ahead and everybody dissipated and all was well yeah this is the system to what humans I do everything for us about in regard to the corona virus in terms of social distancing because I'm a rule follower me too and I I am just always going to be the person that is following the rule to the letter and I've always been that person that doesn't mean I've never broken rules it's a long story I've broken many of them but just that sort of like if if teacher says do this I'm going to be that person who's doing it and the other kids are going to be looking at me like brat that's Brad he's trying to be trying to be teenagers I'm like no because I don't want to get in trouble right because I've been in trouble right and so on and so in this moment I have frequently have these moments of like because I'm aware of that in myself right you're aware of that in yourself and so then you feel like oh god I'm gonna be an awkward place because people are going to react and I'm just trying to follow the rules but nine times out of ten everybody else is doing the same thing they're like oh no worries let's do this and state were you know right yeah I let's go to the phones again we've got read out on the line hello Rita read a what's the polite way to tell people to get out your way while we're on the we're gonna walk the other day and my six year old said keep your okay reading your excel right if you get a kid to do it people will think it's cute and then they'll do it really what it's like keep your place hello we are mentoring I love that re I think you for that and see how things are two six year old's name Claudia please tell Claudia thank you for from us to get the gold started at school that are hooky yeah you have cookies yeah we're in a meeting cookies whatever treats you like a tree yeah I think I think you read I just read it like whatever I think I'm probably not gonna but whatever we donate carting tonight go ahead yeah no I want to read an email we an email I think they're called sweet yes that is what they call the snail mail I got a letter panda says on Twitter my friend is making me a shirt that says wash your hands and stay away from me for an early birthday present I also gonna have a birthday soon that's right you're gonna corona birthday with sorry I have a corona birthday I mean I have I have a birthday my point well but she goes okay panda she's the my friend is making me this shirt that says wash your hands and say wait for me for early birthday present but I've also not been nice to some random woman who not only was too close to me but wait for this pushed me in the cost wise and I think she means in in cosco not like cosco is a euphemism she pushed me and but can you imagine the money right now something if you tried that we need to not do not let's go to the gym and then I want to have like a little moments to talk just about as a family about how we all are processing things I'm a let's go to Jim first hello gem Hey guys how are you good how are you good Hey two quick things first of all I wouldn't come today doing the a self checkout yeah look look to the left of me the guy next to me but they had a question god love the woman she's trying to be helpful she's right up in the error column what to do like showing them on this so I end up calling the club managers that I love the fact you're open twenty four hours thank you I love your people are really friendly but you need to get the word out that that's not acceptable good for you what do you say he was very good about it he understood that I really probably should recall called corporate to get it out yeah everyone right the other thing I just have to say I just caught a blurred this morning of hence vice president pence I will well played Sir and butcher was pushing them on why there's not an ad at all you know whatever and he goes to this happy talk like we've been really encouraged by what people are doing on their own no that's not right people are leaving New York it if you were not in a vacuum we all need to participate in this it needs to be a national push thank you for that Jim everybody has a part yeah and that is the thing that's really important is that you know we all have to be doing this in order for it to work we can't just rely on the few that those are the people who follow the rules yeah everybody's got to follow the I just I go back to this site do you have a parent who rule so obvious to your parents yeah do you have anyone you love yeah okay a whole people stay away from me don't touch me wash your hands don't touch your face and then we'll get through this yeah like I said you know I could understand if it was like could you please walk on your hand yeah well that might be hard for a lot of I mean I would say like really so I gotta walk ins but some days it might be a little too tired to walk on my hands are you really so tired you can't stay away from me yeah most days you have no problem the more we do the social distancing the better we will be the faster we can kind of get through this all right I don't know that's my mouth but I did just want to say this it's important to remember in this time okay everybody I would gather answering emails that everybody processes things a lot differently and for some people we will be trying to get through time and space with some level of kindness and for some people they might not it might might not be showing their best sides and it's not okay to be the person who is pushing somebody in the cosco but everybody's on edge let's just all take a breather in out and just be cutting into your basket is hard on everybody dies we got this is hard for everybody but we can do this when we come back the calling number at least show you guys are in the social distancing a lot of people a bit become acquainted with a little thing called zoom yeah we just use it today did you get a permanent museum not what it's a good thing it is a I don't know if you were missing.

Bradley
"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley track where you guys that I can't see they're friendly so there's this thing that happens I don't know if you know this I mean just let it out I'm in the mood I'm we switched studios and it typically you gotta like sanitize the whole thing your studio sometimes it is not a quick process yeah one person and another person out there you are and does he go around the social distancing and then get the all of the cemetery thing done and so I'm just trying to get my job done here so I can do my job we're you know we're doing it kids everybody's got a little hitch in the giddy up trying to just get about wife and we are not immune from that involves precious sanitation procedures has which just I think that will make the audience happy to know that we are taking our own social distancing very seriously here at my talk and evidenced by the fact that we're constantly running around waiting stuff down so anyway so I hope you all are sanitizing your work spaces today we need to do a lot and maintaining social distance I've got great news what's a really good news guys do you know how we've been talking the last few days about how irritating it has been to be out in the public sphere and see how people are not taking the social discounting the heart in fact we had to have a heart to heart a little come to whoever and address some issues that were observed earlier this week by some of you listening probably not actually anyone listening but some of the people along the river here in the Twin Cities who were not distancing socially right well I've got good news what a report from the field okay I have been living near lake the calmest for thirteen years I have run around that lake countless times I've walked around that lake even more yeah and I decided this morning in the name of self care we can have a conversation later about whether or not this worked out they went out for a walk this morning and for the very very very very very very very first time since this all began in the social distancing began people were actually keeping their social desktop that's awesome hi it was so awesome but then there was something even more awesome thank in the thirteen years I have spent time at that lake usually people just kind of mind their own business mind their own bees wax they look at the trail in front of them and they just do their thing they do not acknowledge I mean sometimes you get like a little not you know I contact but this morning to a human everybody that I passed from by the way more than six feet meaning I was on the street not even on the lake so like that parkway that is closed down thank you parks by the way thank you city of Minneapolis parks for closing down some of the roadway so that we can have a little more space to spread out gives people all sorts of social so so social and financial options I would be on the street and I might see somebody on the trail definitely at least twenty feet from me and we would make eye contact and smile and say good morning it it made me cry in my shower y'all because what this means is people are understanding that we're trying to take care of each other by having the social distance take care of ourselves by getting out of the house and getting some fresh air in our lungs and that we're still connecting with each other and probably actually in a lot of ways more than ever yeah so that was my moment this morning I wanted to share with thank you for sharing and I'm very glad that you have that moment because that gives me renewed faith in humanity not that I didn't have it but it's touch and go moments amount for real stories story link to link we'll get to that in a moment but what I wanted to sign whirls I do my biggest point of insecurity and fear is if people are not following you know the the recommendations as they've been given so like I'm doing that and I can control me but of course I worry about other people it has been heartening to see the number of people who are heeding those recommendations because let's be clear a lot of those things our recommendations now actual businesses have been closed and I here's the thing I always want to remind people when they get a little hesitant like wow is it really that big a deal who cares like I don't care well here's the thing whether or not you think you're gonna get this virus or your I'm gonna lose a loved one whether you think that's a possibility for you is a whole separate conversation at the end of the day why don't you just take a moment to realize that so many people have lost their livelihood in this moment that you are disrespecting their loss in this moment I am not taking this seriously because other people took things so seriously that it put people out of work such that they could not pay their rent right they could not buy food now there are lots of things in place to prevent that from happening but still just think about that even if you think you're immune somehow which you're not but fine you want to be ignorant of the reality that's okay but just at least honor the people that have already lost almost if not everything in this you know in this particular moment can I also say absolutely we had nothing to do with the social distancing that you saw this morning what so you know yesterday we shame people are like Houston listen I listen to this thing yeah I don't think it was us all what well then who was it it was the governor because turns out we're all on the same page maybe he listens to the show I think he does how will governor governor.

Bradley
"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer and Bradley we talked about this kid the other day this kid who took a bath in the sink at Wendy's yeah so this happened a couple weeks back and like literally this kid has been on a viral journey that he never hopes to ever be on again and nobody listening to the story should ever hope to go viral after ever and to tell you why so I saw the article about the kid in and I kind of I get interested in this like what does that actually mean when you know a video of you with tech talk video you know all the kids are doing them take I love the tick tock and like your kids are putting up I want to be a tick tocks Darlene do things you love you they do show them this story about this kid so he's a teenager he's nineteen and rightfully so calls this this incident thugs dont one of the dumbest things he's ever done in his life he's nineteen so right that it's probably literally the actual list thing he's done in his life because his life is short and that's saying something so he got in the tub and wash his nasty self but the tub was a sink at the wind the wind isn't right and the video went viral a bunch of people got fired including himself I can I just quickly say this this is like we used to talk about this when the TV show jackass was on television and people would try to one up or mimic of that kind of out jacket has difficulty yeah and but that was really before we had a quick and efficient access to cameras and social media so this is just what that looks like in two thousand twenty yeah exactly so just to tell the little so this story about how he calls is the dumbest thing he's done in sort of like what happened so he you know took this video and said honestly you know and again the videos him sitting in this thanks rob himself of the sponsor there's two other guys were in a Wendy's uniform looking at the camera laughing bloody blue the guy his name is cat all cash so he essentially says like you know it was funny my manager saw the clip which was meant to be funny within a day of it being posted he goes I fell asleep at like six the following day and I am like so they do this video haha it's funny get it because he's in the thing with the thing thank and then I woke up at eleven to my friend calling me saying Hey you're on the news and I was like why is he shortly loses his shortly after losing his job along with everyone else that was connected meanwhile like literally the head of Wendy's human resources has to come out and publicly condemned the clip because of course the internet right this continues for several days with social media users sharing and re sharing radio shows talking about crazy idiots all are bad right click we created that healthcare everybody looking at him going yard to Ascot staying you are does Scott staying a match in the entire world will face and saying it European healthy nasty human being he goes and then I was like okay it's fine it's going to calm down and then it didn't and then I started receiving death threats oh my gosh all because twice but this is the thing that people don't understand and this is the take dumpster fire this is the thing this is the take away because it's not just a funny little story this kid he's nineteen yes he made a dumb decision yes that's dumb I mean also coronaviruses happening out germs and get it like people are predisposed to probably be pretty angry about it but at the end of the day I am so glad and we've said this sort of off handedly numb numerous times that there is not was not social media nor iPhones when we were at this stage because I guarantee you my life because he will forever be the Wendy's thinking yes and that's the thing is you know it is partly like I mean is it developmentally appropriate that a nineteen year old thinks it's acceptable to take a bath in the sink at his work probably no however it is developmentally appropriate that a person of that age does not have a fully formed prefrontal cortex which is the part of your brain that helps make judgment calls that is age appropriate that he didn't think something all the way through that he did something stupid yes it was wrong yes it was disgusting I'm on board with that right but he did not see he doesn't even have the capability to play the tape all the way through to see how that is going to be reacted to seven miles down the road and trust me were the worst hit were tick tock at thing when we were young we would have done equally stupid thing and probably worse and again my point is not even that like like all of those things you said are true that that you know he did something wrong and you know what the fact that he got fired that that would be an appropriate response that's like talk to Clint yeah like that's a consequence you learned a valuable lesson but you literally have in real time the entire world focused on you and everything about you in that moment and you can't escape that that that that pressure is scary and I am forty four years old I can only imagine what that would do to a nineteen year old and again it's not to say that I like him condoning his behavior but do you want the eye of the world on you when you were nineteen year old living to your previous point like appropriate consequences yes blown out of proportion death threats consequences no but you see it every day and I'm not I'm not saying whether things are justified or not but I specifically have more empathy or sympathy I mean I have sympathy for anyone who you know is facing death threats but specifically young people because my god I am only able to be here today because I was allowed to be an idiot and a fool for like the first twenty seven years of my life right and you didn't get death threats as an adult exactly when we come back on the call the number on the.

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"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer to embarrassment of riches really when it comes to some some some mysteries that need solving and there's of course the mystery of our pie we'll get back to that later don't worry about it but right now we have a different mystery to solve and that we call ourselves the cover game when we if you but this is a case involving one Pamela Anderson my right yeah so there is a mystery we tried to solve Friday last week when we learned that Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters marriage went bust we weren't sure why it wasn't actually very confusing and Holly if I remember correctly when you share this story with us on Friday it had something to do or the excuse given was something to do with a trip she had made to India yeah Pamela Anderson will a source close to her yep called Pamela Anderson all the page six that her heart and I'm paraphrasing here but her heart was just to open after she returned home from a spiritual cleansing in India has been really know what that means so her heart was to open to be merry well no she was that's why she got twice in the first place to Jon Peters all work for her it was just so open because it was so Clinton's okay certain and now it has it been dirtied again yes that what okay yeah so apparently her trip to India was not the thing her you know quick change like on my heart was to open that was not the reason in fact I think we need to tie this up with a pretty bow because there's now an exclusive from page six okay John Peter says he paid Pamela Anderson's debts before the marriage when tell us and really I would say this is a great article to read if you've got a few moments to yourself because we know that this exclusive page six article is coming right from Peter's himself a huh I mean if he's he's basically talking now so he's like nice try Pamela and here's what he said so I think we should all although I will say when we tried to get to the bottom of this on Friday we had no idea what this is really about right Holly right like we didn't come up with anything yes so now we actually now and the reason is quotes I did not even notice quote there's no one there's no fool like an old fool says John of ourselves needless to say he said that he wrote in an email everything they told you was a lie including in that article that we reference on Hollywood including even that he asked Anderson to marry him he said that needless to say that when she texted me but she wanted to get married he claims he didn't even ask her to get married she asked him she proposed to him in a tax when she texted me off it's just so it's really sad that she wanted to get married it was kind of a dream come true even though I was get this engaged to someone else and the lady was moving in knock it off I dropped everything and apparently everyone ham she had almost two hundred thousand dollars in bills and no way to pay it so I paid it and this is the thanks I get there is no fool like an old fool based secretly in a ceremony in Malibu I didn't know if talks it goes on to talk about his life which is kind of interesting anyway then we learned of course that they were splitting because she felt like she was to open after her spiritual clans he goes there's a lot more to the story but I think the text is self explanatory in and then he attached a copy of what he wrote dear Tammy to tell or they were through he texted the actress these past nine days have been a beautiful amazing love fast but this whole marriage thing with lawyers that jasmine I don't know what that means that's a weird sex positive website life cell thing that Pamela Anderson has been shelling cool it maybe realize that it's seventy four I need a simple quiet life and not an international love affair jasmine yeah refers to what the Miami Herald calls a new racy lifestyle website apparently Anderson had been getting money from it for the past year so he is actually I mean it sounds like she used him to pay off her bail yeah and then walked away when she got the good as there was like little it doesn't sound like they were on the same turf ever in their marriage so it really was a transactional thing for her it's like because I miss he texted her I'm a simple guy loves my kids I don't wanna fly back and forth to Canada I'm sorry I still want you to be in my movie ash I had to I can love you by giving you a new career we need a couple weeks to detune and then we can talk I love the PS I've built a financial empire over the last fifty years that I've left all my kids it's something that is very private and personal to me the thought of lawyers going through everything makes me want to throw up cell will Ding Ding Ding right there she wanted more money yeah Peters was like no no no no no you're not getting any of this and the kids were probably like not on my watch not from my bank account hello this is really interesting I mean it to me one of the really interesting things is that he is like bearing at all yeah well I think honestly you look like a boob yeah right like after like why would you all the sudden the world knows that you're getting married to Pamela Anderson and then five minutes later you're not you sound like an idiot Rachel this tells of a very different tale about what was going on behind the scenes and now to me the interesting thing will be what happens next will you know will she come out and say oh this is a load of hogwash yeah you know the real story is X. Y. and Z. because she looks I mean she looks like a total money grubbing she looks like a person money grubbing person that he really looks like a week old man who who wanted Pamela Anderson yeah which enablement I think that's slightly more relatable in the sense that like it doesn't he doesn't sound evil sounds kind of naive in desperate he was engaged to another woman who it was hot I want to interview her somebody get her on the phone he didn't say I didn't want to say anything I just wanted to be that we were going on our own separate ways but when I read your article I felt the need to tell the true story very interesting someone from pams world said these claims.

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"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley train why are we asking people what retro snack we should bring back well because all manner of kids from the nineties are excited to learn that none other than dungarees these are coming back that's doctor ruse vanilla cookies with Phil frosting rainbow sprinkles member those I actually don't work how did you make it out of the nineties without being obsessed with donkeys I remember who you're talking to now like I didn't get sugar anything yeah but you what you were in college at some point right you can make your own choices yeah doctor ruse not your thing okay fine that's fine I don't think I don't even remember seeing them Duncan ruse the beloved cooking cream snacks from the nineties are coming back to stores this summer and General Mills first introduces way back in ninety two and then discontinued them in twenty twelve so everybody's like all up in arms about how they're coming back and while I see I'm all about the dungarees because frosting I mean who just doesn't love frosting anyway so they're coming back but there are so many other treats and snacks that we grew up with that frankly deserve their second wife so we thought we'd throw open the phone line six four six five one six four one one of seven one what are the things that you want to bring back what snacks what richer's next you want to bring back I have one I'm sure you guys have something as well yeah we were you excited about about dungarees review dungarees fan well I was a prime Duncan rude demographic was so excited about it now because now I'm a grown **** woman and you know what I can do what I can grab a whole container of fun fetty frosting get some Graham crackers and eat until I you know you have a good laugh instead of Graham crackers just get like some honey Grahams and teddy Grahams you know what I would do some mellow wafers of that yes I love the nasty no one no wafers are gross they get all like Dale in well they don't get stale they get wet remember when you leave your wafers how they get kind of song why you went out like why are they not gone the second you open the box I love we can still buy your No Way for sale the best part the thing that I wanted to bring back in I think we talked about this on the show before was do you remember peanut butter boppers what all you guys peanut butter boppers were my jam I mean I was just I was a snack food kid and you know whether was little dead bees or little dead bees or bees also little babies just to do all the greatest little Debbie's hits because we have tons little Debbie's it was also my childhood peak was the sort of chewy granola bar like that was a revolution yeah also a revolution peanut butter boppers which were basically these peanut butter logs that were covered in chocolate and then rolled in either not or puffed rice now for reference this gives you an indication of what the what things used to be like back in the name this was a health food okay that's off but boppers worry healthy snack that is lost some because remember chewy granola bars also Julie girl of ours by the way that were covered in chocolate do you remember that yeah that was a health food that they're still like I have a granola bar they're still alive I mean they're basically candy bars just the candy are well it isn't it man tallit is six five one six four one a one oh seven one what retro snack do you wish would come back Alyssa is on the line hi Alyssa a list of what retrospect would do you wish would come back but right did they don't have that anymore not that I ever wish I'm I would be yeah thank you well thank you Alyssa I feel like they did make a ahead of me media making eating them right Friday yeah I feel like it came back at some point but a limited edition yeah for like a second that is part of your nutritionally balanced breakfast man the ninety in general as a part of your balanced breakfast with a glass of orange juice and some toast to member services of buttered toast I would like to just notify our caller hello said that they do have rice crispy treats serial at least odd light at Walmart dot com pizzerias pizza chips please from the cable or elves don't they have those pizza rear chips from I don't in my I did want to share with you while you're googling pizzeria hi cat that pizza Brea pizza last night was not that good second pizza really well okay we got an email from Meghan and Megan said hello Richard a snack or tree I'd bring back without a doubt McDonalds cookies in the box yeah I don't remember cookies in the box but you can get cookies yes but they're like actual cookies you know what's in the box there was a box of cookies of like little tiny cookies all he said it was like a little box it was like the size of I'm a single serving of I L. like that's kind of size box well I don't remember the full of cookies also can I just plug lower on the topic of McDonald's the old apple pie the one that would lose out Enya like sear your entire esophagus what would you bring back if you could corn bran no what that's what I would bring back no I do have another one but cornbread retro snack that was a writer snack for me I would eat corn bread that was my favorite cereal or now don't ask me about this because I know that have her own brand of a don't ask me about this next one because I know that there are version of this that's not what I want I want the original Taito scans remember they had bacon Taito scans and then they had sour cream and onion in the yellow bag from the Keebler elves man that guys were I don't know why the hell is often and cook in and presumably it's because they the the brand just got bought out by another brand now it's Fridays which I guarantee is probably made under the same brand of whoever was making them it's just that people know Fridays they don't know these dumbbells do you remember these dumb elves also made Boise's potato snack chips no but I remember the commercial for some reason also I I'm gonna say it corn bran Jello pudding pops yeah hi if you get those anymore note here you can get teleporting pops which you can't get is Jello Jello pops Jello not the Jello pudding pops you okay still buy those okay that are frozen putting big deal they used to have Jello pops and it was like Jello so with like fruit flavors but it was like a gelatinous frozen desserts not like that but you can't get those anymore dalam people calling potato skins I know that Friday's makes them I want the old yellow bank I want the bacon flavor and I want the sour cream and onion that's what I want Ryan just emailed PD Chris those were these like remember right peanut shaped probably some kind of weird pain at extruded peanut experience but then in the middle it would have creamy P. okay that sounds really good yeah if I had that and Beth said the seven up bar from peers says I don't remember that one yeah do you remember the seven apart because well for two reasons one we watched a video on YouTube and there were several different set I think seven different bars within this one bar sometimes if that's the one I'm thinking of and we also learned about it when we did our tour of the pierces catatonic yeah but I don't remember what it tasted like all right when we come back that was a fun little walk down memory lane we come back on the Kalinin Bradley show no eating any of those snacks in Cayman Coggins house can't make a mess there will tell you why after this on my talk one of seven one okay ladies what shows are we all watching what a repeat Chino bake off.

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"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer and that we believe that hello this is a publication ship Bradley what is a publication relationship for publicity and so we've been right in that boat for awhile now Nick Jonas well before we get to that let's roll that beautiful footage is shown as so Joe Jonas I'm sorry Nick Jonas and his brother Joe for that matter are in a band called the Jonas brothers there's another Jonas and they're using this Kevin nobody ever talks about Kevin but Jo in NYC are in the band the Jonas brothers and their drummer is getting married and though the so their wives were invited to the bachelorette party for Helena castle Lee that's the fiance of their drummer and it was in Las Vegas and so they were having this bachelorette party and I don't even know if Priyanka Chopra and and this Sophie Turner the wife of Joe Jonas if they were the ones planning the party it doesn't actually matter what does matter is in the telling of the story about this bachelorette party Joe it Nick Jonas sorry Nick Jonas was the one who ended up planning at do you know what his plan was Nick Jonas plan the bachelorette party and it was probably something very very clever Nick Jonas recommended that the girls at the bachelorette party for the fiance of his drummer he suggested that they go see a little shell of the Las Vegas Strip called Chippendales under down under thunder from down under thunder from down under basically Australian Chippendales that was his unique scent that was worthy of a story in page six well what that means is that Nick likes thunder from down under well I think yeah who doesn't like little thunder from down under I mean unless you had a big poll bowl of beans and that's not the kind you're gone before but my point is is he trying to get a gig with them or something no it's not funny I know maybe probably advertising knows yeah I just thought this was kind of it tickled my fancy a little bit it frankly it just seems kind of like leasing also it's just weird Bradley I've been to bachelorette parties in Las Vegas yeah and we went to thunder from down I unique or different so this is not warrant a five one two three four five paragraph who writer of let's get let's look like Bobby marriage has got but curry okay can you please click on see this is a new the past time that I've I've come to enjoy what see a crap article like that you have to ask yourself who wrote this trash and often times what I've learned is that they are people with fascinating names okay let me take you on the journey that I have as well yeah no I'm sure I am I you know the journey I can tell you where you're going to go ahead okay so I went to I clicked on Francesca Bacardi a see the entire list of the things he's written for page six dot com Kylie Jenner's assistant Victoria quits to become an influencer that she's road today rank that went out today also cranked out today Vince Vaughn watches college football national championship game with Donald Trump Nick Jonas recommends mail trips striptease show to Priyanka Chopra and Sophie Turner that's the one we just talked about we will she's written a lot while she's a busy gal I go to the link follow on Twitter which takes you to at Francesca Bacardi this doesn't exist it's ME Francesca Bacardi maybe doesn't exist all I found her she's a thing she's a thing her Twitter handle is different than the one that links under she does have an Instagram too yeah she's called original fresca and she's a senior reporter and she's fine she's got the blues okay mark I mean she's you know like a person but here's here's what I want to say like when I've run into this in the past I found that I I just find that I just find things.

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"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Calling Lindstrom Bradley trainer okay now this story is crazy it's it's sad right so there's gonna be some people who passed away in the story and I get that and I don't I'm not trying to make light of the story but I read this story and I literally was like had so many questions and I think you're going to have these questions to and it's also one of those stories I don't wanna be the only one having this story or any so I need to share it with you guys and you have not heard the story I don't I have recently idea what you're talking about so I saw this headline and occasionally I will pick up on stories like these are click on them because I'm like is this just click bait like what's really going on because this is here's the headline Utah man was in freezer for ten years before discovery left notarized letter behind police say so when I saw that headline I thought a bunch of things could be happening here so you tell me maybe what you think alike because one of the here let me just tell you what I thought when I saw this headline you Tom Mann in freezer ten years before before he's found less notarized letter behind I was like did he leave a note that was like I wanted to be frozen yeah so here is my note yeah I have no I mean that would be my only I don't know I can't put there's none of claims just gets weirder from there when you read about this story now this is all over the internet we have the notarized letter with him in the freezer yes okay so a man was found the body of a man was found in a freezer so like I'm talking like your basement freezer in like one of the more trade freezer yeah inside a Utah apartment number last month okay he is believed to have been dead for a whole decade and left a note behind stating his wife did not kill him this is according to officials here's what happened now how they discover because you might take yourself while he's been in the freezer for ten years how did somebody finally discover him right also whose apartment is this okay that's in the story got it okay you know with me so this guy in a freezer with a letter that says my wife didn't kill me okay notarized okay well what the reason we're in this apartment is because it's the apartment of a husband and wife the wife just died seventy five year old jeans sore on matters died inside her inside of her apartment of natural causes recently okay so this seventy five year old woman dies in her apartment of natural causes so police come in to investigate she passed away while we're looking around the apartment somebody opened the freezer and finds another dead person inside only this guy was the body of sixty nine year old Paul Edwards may either is her husband who'd been dead for ten years okay he was sixty nine when he died yes okay I mean versus sixty nine after he died I don't know like are we come in the last ten years I don't know so the wife dies ten years after the husband dies and the husband has a letter saying my wife didn't kill me well the sad part is apparently what had happened was he was was chronically ill and I I believe if I remember correctly basically he knew he was gonna die yeah and he was like just I mean we don't know but the right option is right that what he did was say like okay I'm gonna die yeah and you're going to put me in the freezer and then you can continue to collect my benefits hi all and she apparently collected like over a hundred and seventy thousand dollars worth of government benefits for like a ten year period now they have not ruled it detectives don't know exactly what's going on yet to to say for certain how this all went down but it appears at least from the surface that the guy knew he was gonna die he's like honey just put me in the freezer and don't we'll get this note will get this note notarized so that if anybody finds me they'll know you didn't do it okay ten I now like it is because the notary right yep who signed this yeah had you been like what are my witnessing right now yeah exactly well in the end is that person not half to report that kind of thing exactly so the the one piece I remember was that the the notary was like I don't really know what I was signing I just signed on the dotted line and made me feel secure I know right you know they probably just walked in the somebody in this one some anyway so there they were investigating the notary to make sure that again that this wasn't like some like twisted murder rate went down but again it the presumption is that he did it so that she could continue to collect her benefits but the question I had was can you imagine what a question so much as a like all my god walking into your apartment every day knowing that your husband is in the freezer it's like the tell tale heart rate the editor Allan Poe's story like I would not be able to just sit there and watch the TV knowing that knowing that hold your husband your husband put that out of your brain right now the curious thing initially was that the woman was using a wheelchair so they're like behind the woman get the wheelchair and you know how did the woman get the dead Bonnie into the feelings for her but apparently she wasn't in a wheelchair at the time that he died but they're not ruling out yet that maybe somebody help third they don't know he wasn't a particularly large man to which I was like well of course if he was in the freezer he couldn't be that in a bag anyway neighbors in the retirement community where this happened also can you just imagine how like the neighbor like with tech body Texan me for like ten years everything we gotta go we do answer I'm thanks to watch entertainment I promise to love you unconditionally through.

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"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just the way it is. Bradley is that Garfield. yeah. that is like a roll back the name of the. I know. throw what do you think. don't change a thing I learned to handle it is Thor will tell. the poll. say impossible. all right hand say that yeah you can here's our fifth vintage pop culture audio clip now Colleen Bradley listen carefully to the following. culture cat and name the pop culture cat in your faith audio clip the. what do you reckon we surely trainer Bradley is that is that. gosh is that. he'd clip. I like to listen to a little more thanks I see we take the sword knew them right here given the Bob Barker treatment okay. or you're nothing but well what that is from my funny my mother to see it come my father it's all going to do it only but I cannot remember the name the care okay I'm trying I'm trying to they can see it was suppose in movies. she got. no one else stop by one last week twice. but I want again today yeah. what a four point oh my god. congratulations. no. route.

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"bradley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bradley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"J. Bradley J. J. J. J. with Bradley J. WBZ news radio ten thirty tonight we're going to explore what it takes for a great interview and learn more about the national interview day event coming up with express employment professionals each year more than five hundred sixty six thousand people find a job after interviewing with express there are more than eight hundred locally owned express locations in North America and express never charges job seekers a feed to help them find work national interview day with express is coming up on August eighth well you can apply and interviewed expressed any day this special event is in advance of the busiest time of year for workers at express visit express pros dot com slash interview day to find a location near you and apply online you may even be able to interview over the phone by calling your express office during daytime business hours express strives to help provide hope to each job seeker and received the best of staffing talent award from clearly rated in recognition of the service they provide job seekers and their associates Michael from Oklahoma says my local express office has amazing staff who work overtime to ensure that those who wish to work find employment and offer job seekers professional service each day if your ready for a better job it's time to get to know express employment professionals just visit express pros dot com slash interview day to get started with your job search with express that's expressed pros dot com slash interview day will be back soon with advice from.

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