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Ellen's Former Employees Pan Her On-Air Apology
"Is apology monologue was panned by her former employees, and we talked about this in the first hour of the program today, but it just doesn't seem like Ellen was really actually apologizing. And her non apology apology statement on the fact she's sorry if you're sorry, though, you guys if if if you didn't you ever Yeah. Hi, you guys. I'm sorry if I ever do anything. I'm sorry. Yeah, I'm gonna use that if you feel like I did anything. Sorry. Okay, That's all the dirt. Yeah. All points bulletin. That's not an apology.
‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Cast Reuniting for Nashville Film Festival 20th Anniversary Event
"List. The Nashville Film Festival is going to celebrate the impending 20th anniversary of the movie. Oh, brother were out. There were hard now with an online re union of cast members, including George Clooney junk Turo. Tim Blake Nelson and Kris Thomas King. They're getting back together for this event, which is part of the Nashville film festivals, virtual
Emmys Recap: 'Watchmen,' 'Schitt's Creek' And 'Succession' Win Big
"Watchman dominated this year's 72nd Emmy Awards winning 11 awards more than any other program this year. They want, including Ah, but not limited to outstanding limited. Siri's. And Poops Creek made history at the Emmys last night by fully sweeping the major Emmy comedy categories, including outstanding Siri's. And On the drama Side, HBO Succession won for best drama drama actor writing for a drama Siri's and directing for a drama. So there is some very clear winners last night of the first chunk of the show just seemed like this bleep screen so you can say Let's just call it poops Creek like It's on a bed, you know. Whom so crispy I, You know, I love that show and I'm so mad at them because they've made our lives really difficult because the show's over now? No, because broadcasters we have to be very careful about how we talked about that show. Yeah, Cassie, like it doesn't translate from the written word. It's a creek
Pentagon sending troops to Syria after clashes between U.S., Russian military
"Is deploying a small number of U. S troops to Syria after a series of escalating encounters between the U. S and Russian military's. According to defense officials, The troops and vehicles will serve as a show of presence to discourage the Russian military from crossing into the Eastern Security area where U. S coalition and Syrian Democratic forces operate. The additional troops will include six Bradley fighting vehicles and less than 100 soldiers operating in northeast Syria on a 90 Day deployment. This's USA Radio News
Queen strips Harvey Weinstein of royal honor
"And Queen Elizabeth today ordered that Harvey Weinstein be stripped of his prestigious CB award, a royal honor. She awarded him back in 2004 for his contributions to the British film industry. This removal of a official British honors takes place when the holder has brought the honor system into dispute, according to the U. K government
‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Arrested on Child Pornography Charges
"Everything. Jerry Harris, one of the breakout stars of the Netflix Docuseries cheer, was arrested today on federal child pornography charges this days after he was sued by twin brothers accusing him of sexual misconduct. Jerry Harris, who's 21 years old, is charged with producing child pornography and this arrest comes after Yusa today reported on Monday that the FBI was investigating claims that Harris solicited sexually explicit photos from 14 year old twin brothers from Texas. Oh, bad. It's so bad. It's so bad. It's really bad. It's so bad Well, I'm glad he's being held accountable if those allegations are
Dancing With The Stars: Tyra Banks Presents, And Carole Baskin's Tiger Dance Is Honestly Astonishing
"With the Stars last night got mixed reactions. Seems like some people liked it. Some people didn't know. Tyra Banks replaced longtime host Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews this season and Derek Hough made his judging table debut. And Carol Baskin from Tiger King also danced to eye of the tiger and I and her dance landed her at the bottom of the contestant. Oh, man, but at the top of my heart, I mean, it really is. It's secondhand. Embarrassing. Go overseas and caution. Yeah. Just be ready for it. Be ready to watch it with your loved
ViacomCBS to rebrand CBS All Access as Paramount Plus
"Almost networks are trying to get a spot in the streaming space, and CBS is no stranger. They have CBS all access right now, but now it's getting a rebrand. So if you have CBS all access The new name is called Paramount. Plus, it's going to be right. Keep to keep track of home. Keep her dance card open. But now Paramount Plus is going to be re branded in 2021, so you'll still have CBS all access. Through the end of the year, There were five new original shows, including a new version of Behind the music, So that's kind of fun. Rumor that sighting one show. He's also going to be a 10 part limited, Siri's about the making of the Godfather and a re launch of the Siri's the game. It's also going to feature content from Nickelodeon, CBS, MTV comedy Central and other Viacom Networks. They're actually getting a lot more than what you get right now. A CBS all access Okay, Well, don't you know you'll have to pay
Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Green bid for ballot access
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is keeping the Green Party off the November presidential ballots. In a 4 to 3 decision. On Monday, the court ruled that the Green Party waited too long to challenge the Elections Commission decision that kept them off the ballot in the first place. It states that quote it is too late to grant petitioners any form of relief that would be feasible and that would not cause confusion and undo damage. The three votes against were from the courts. Conservative justices Chief justice patients. Rogan Sachs says the motion suppresses people's rights to vote while Justice Rebecca Bradley argues that this is akin to disenfranchising black voters in Alabama during the 1960, Wisconsin radio networks Raymond Newport
Kelly Clarkson explains why she can’t be ‘truly open’ about 'certain aspects' of her divorce
"In a new interview with the L A Times, Kelly Clarkson says her divorce from husband Brandon Blackstock. Well, she's not going to be totally open about it, she said. I am a very open person. But I'm not gonna be able to be truly open about this certain aspects because you know there's kids involved. So don, we don't we don't need no. Yeah, right. Good for her, Kelly and good for getting out in front of it to just say like, hey, like I'm not giving you full access. Thank you buying, she said. There are lots of little hearts involved in this.
Neve Campbell to reprise role in upcoming 'Scream 5' movie: 'I'm back'
"The Scream franchise has her characters did the press cut. She is the latest actor to reprise the role in the Scream franchise. David Arquette and Courtney Cox have already announced. They're returned to scream five Rue. It's going to be
Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & the Gang, dead at 68
"Ronald Ronald Police. Bell singer and co founder of the band Cool in the gang passed away yesterday at the age of 68 because of death has not been released and back in 1964 Bell and his brother, Robert Cool Bell, who were just teenagers at the time formed Kool and the Gang in Jersey City, New Jersey. Belle Co wrote the song Celebration among others. So break good. Also get down on it. Jungle Boogie Ladies night and cherish that You're
Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82
"British actress Diana Rigg, best known for her roles as Emma Peel in the British sixties TV show The Avengers. Her roles in Classical Theatre and, as Lady Elena Tyrell and Game of Thrones has passed away at the age of 82. Her daughter said that Diana died peacefully in her sleep after she was diagnosed with cancer in March. And Rick, who won an Emmy Award in 1997, for her performance, as Mrs Danvers in Rebecca, and a Tony Award for playing the title character in Medea was also a bond girl back in 1969 in on Her Majesty's Secret Service. And don't forget the role that I will always remember her for. What's the host of Masterpiece Mystery? Oh, she would be sitting in front of a fire. Arent going. Hello tonight, Danger looms large and other things. I will miss
Why There's No Shame In Feeling Your Best!
"All righty. All righty we are here once again, thank you for joining me my friend. My name is Cara. Bradley bringing to you these early morning messages. These little pokes these prods these. Words of empowerment of inspiration anything that's streaming through me I want to share with you. Because that is how I am wired. I'm just wired to want everyone to feel their best. That's what I want to talk to you quickly about this morning. Feeling our best I think it's it's what's driven me in everything that I've done in my career for my whole life. How do we feel are best because when we do feel are best mentally. And physically. We do everything. Better. Everything clicks into place. There's alignment there's flow, there's ease their creativity there is service, right so we can't give what we don't have. So when we focus on what we have in what we don't have in a good way, I'm talking about a positive way not like I don't have the Porsche right but we can get there. But but when we can focus on truly as I was talking about yesterday, getting down to the studs and really focusing on. What we need to do to feel our best. And we start to take consistent daily action they are. Then everything's going to start to change everything everything. Now, most of us don't take care of ourselves the way we should I am at the top of that list. I've told you I, have dealt with high stress chronic stress adrenal fatigue. It was like a it is like an invisible gas in my life. Until I started taking care of other areas specifically my gut. Health. which led me to then see the stress that I was carrying. So. As we do one thing, we do all things as we fix one area of our lives we become more aware of other things. So for today, I just want to drop this into your consciousness. Where can you feel better? Right. Let's just get down to the nitty gritty here. And List. Not, in a way to make feel bad not to call us any shame but to really take an unemotional and I, think that especially as women we need to get down to that unemotional reality. Where we can just deal with it deal with it in in plain sight. So the common sense pillars of wellness that I talk about I talk about this in our new facebook group called your high definition life. I'd love for you to be a part of it. I'm just curious eating it. This is a work in progress, but the three. Weeks of living in high definition is number one to feel your best. Number to walk your talk. And when that happens, then you can impact the world in the way that you feel call to your unique expression. So today is just feeling your best and I talked about at the last two days starting with the gut. So the common sense pillars of wellness are one. Stress Reduction too. Good Quality Nutrition. Three Exercise Four Quality Sleep five being in nature and addressing your gut health. So I'm going to say those one more time, write them down if you can. And just start to look at each one of these areas of your life and I'm GonNa talk about them more in the coming weeks going to intertwine them throughout these messages. But what I what I encourage you to do is to really really look at. These areas of your wellness and like I said without the shame. But with an intelligent curiosity, how can I do better? What do I? Where do I need more information? Where do I need support? And then go do that because your health. Is the most important thing. For everything in your life for living that high-definition life.
Alec Baldwin and wife Hiliaria welcome fifth child together
"Hilaria Baldwin has given birth to her fifth child with Alec Baldwin. Congratulations. She shared the news on Instagram with the caption. We had a baby last night. He's perfect that we couldn't be happier. Stay tuned for the name.
How To Promote Your Alexa Skill With Quick Links
"A quick link for your Alexa Skill. Now much has been made of this topic recently among Alexa skilled developers. Everyone's very very very excited about it, and the reason they're excited about it is because Alexa. Skills historically have not been that easy to discover or to launch you and Bradley and Mike and Taran and Daniel. All mentioned quick links I. Think you're the perfect person asked question to what our quick links and have you used or implemented them yet. And if you haven't no no judgment here because they just came out like two weeks ago, I haven't used quick links yet but I am prepping to do. So at the next approval, we're launching something in the next week I'm watching this film the next week once that's approved in live, we do plan on using it on in our marketing. Basically, the quick link is Amazon's created this ability for you to share link that will allow someone to automatically go ahead in able that skill and either jumped straight to a task or go ahead and have your Alexa able device to just go straight to that skill. I believe it came from an announcement at Alexa live a couple of weeks ago and people just really really excited about these quick links. you know it's a way to get to Kinda help discover ability and share ability And so so anything you can share with us on the quick links each year we've got some developers that are listening right now who who have been talking about it earlier today. Yeah. You could share be off. So give the quick rundown on quick links. The base idea is that it's It's something a link basically that you can embed into your website that will allow user to. Start Your skill on one other devices. You can also do it like a notification. So maybe the user clicks out there like I want to do this later or maybe they're not home right they can do as the notification and when they get home, they're going to have that yellow ring glowing on their device and they can say what are my notifications and it's going to be like Oh you have a quick link do you want open it and if you say, yes, then boom it kicks you right into the skill the same way. So it's a way to kind of like open a skill later and so Amazon has. Released the quick links feature to make it easier for developers and businesses essentially market and bring awareness to their Alexa skill. Now, this is what a quick link looks like This is a quick link I created for a skill that I built called Carmen Johnston Gardens. Alexa Launch Carmen Johnston Gardens is one way of enabling skill. Now, this quick link up here I created and it Allows me to essentially use this link I can embed it in an email signature in email blast the social media posts wherever I want, and then when the user is logged into their Amazon Alexa Account, they will see the screen either on their mobile device or on their desktop device. When they click this link, the other cool thing about it is you can send a notification to your Alexa device and I'm GonNa try this right. Now I'm going to click send the notification and then I'm going to go ahead and actually show you what this looks like on my screen On. My Alexa enabled. You can see here. I got a notification on both of my devices. seats. As earlier you wanted to try the skill, Carmen, Johnston Gardens, and then you see this yellow ribbon over here on my device. On the one without a screen, the old echo dot there. That's pretty cool and then you can see chickeny any of your Alexa devices for notification. When you see a yellow ring to say Alexa, what's my notification near your device? WanNa try it now to say Alexa launch are open Carmen Johnston Gardens to show you how to make the quick link. Super Easy. All you do is basically take this. Lake grade here. This is the quick links syntax. And you copy the syntax. And then you replace. Can pasted into a browser window. And then you go into your Alexa developer console over here. And In Your Alexa developer console, you can get the skill ID. So. If I wanted to do one for wealthy nutrition I can copy the skill I D-. I can replace it. And I can copy this. Url. Pasted over into a new browser window. Again, as a marketer, I can put the Senate social media posts that can put this. In an email marketing blast however, I wanNA promote my skill. and. It'll populate the same thing for the wealthy nutrition skill in this case. And you'll see that. You can try it now by putting it on the third ECHO DOT in my case or on the echo show. Let me just go ahead. I I did send a notification earlier. Let me just go ahead and. Do It on the show right now. Ready to try the steal graph nutrition. Yes. Here's the skill wealthy nutrition launched on the web or mobile divides. Wealthy nutrition. Are you currently taking any wealthy products if you are say current products if not seen learn more. Learn more. Would you like us to tell you more about wealthy or take a quiz to find out the best products for you? Alexa. What am I noticed? One new notification from Alexis skills earlier you said, you wanted to try the skill Carmen Johnston Gardens. Ready to try now. Yes. Hi, I'm Carmen I'd love to help garden and entertain get started by saying home and garden holidays. Recipes, or follower favorites. So, that works like a charm and you can see how that makes things a lot easier for skill developers in businesses in marketers to bring awareness to their Alexa skill drive more adoption. This is a game changer. I hope this really helps you guys Prima Voice Design
Its Not In Your Head, It's Your Microbiome
"Good Morning Karen. Bradley coming to you. On, this bright morning here in the Philadelphia Area I want to share with you something that popped into my mind. And that is it's not all in your head. I feel like it's time for me to come clean with you all. It's not all in your head. All of this struggle, the striving the trying to create practice in your life the feeling like you're on the wagon off the wagon, all of this. Oh, the struggle that we go through. Thinking that we're not enough thinking that we can't stay consistent with anything. It's not in your head. I've spent my entire career motivating empowering. Doing whatever I can do. To support people in feeling their best. Performing their best and about a year ago I learned that it's not all about mental motivation. It's not just about willpower and your inability or ability to stay consistent. So much of what we're dealing with right now, my friend has to do with what's happening in our gut. The Gut microbiome, the GUT brain connection. Is. Absolutely. Essential. In, staying, consistently, healthy, staying consistent in our in how we eat how we move how he sleep what we say how we act. If our gut microbiome, which is your gut environment, which is really the combination of non human bacteria and viruses in our bodies. When that is out of balance, which it is, I have to tell you for probably ninety nine point nine percent of us. Our Gut microbiome is out of balance because of lifestyle. Pharmaceuticals poor nutrition stress, right? We've all got that. Because of that are microbiome is out of balance and because our microbiome is out of balance or what's called in despite. What happens is the neuro chemicals such as Serotonin, dopamine and Gaba Norepinephrine, which is produced and stored in our gut mostly. All of those feel good and motivational neurotransmitters are imbalanced and not supporting. US effectively. Now, this conversation goes away past just six minutes, but I I needed to get it out because I've spent the last year. In deep deep understanding of how are microbiome affects our mental wellness and I want to talk to you about it. I haven't chatted with you about it up until today in these morning messages. But honestly, I'm spending probably fifty percent of my work day in how this microbiome of ours affects our mental wellness and how by improving or what's called modulating microbiome through nutritional supplements through stress reduction through improving our sleep and more how improving or microbiome improves mental wellness.
Usher announces Vegas residency
"If you want to start planning your 2021, it might include a trip to Las Vegas for the new usher residency at Caesars Palace. Oh, so he's going to set a presidency at the Coliseum at Caesars Palace opening on July 16th 2021, the press release says the show will feature old hits, as well as recent songs and brand new music. And Usher is hoping to create a fully immersive show for his longtime fans and new audiences alike. I love it. People are just living in a world where July Everything's going to be back Atlanta and like, you know, I will say that's a good move for Usher, though he's got a new baby on the way, so that stability of Ah Oven. A residency is great for family.
"bradley" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"And gets really defensive whenever she's asked about anything more specific and she also gets pretty manipulative. As a defense mechanism I think like. You should know it's me were family. You asked that kind of stuff. Yeah. So as hopeful as this was I, mean they're getting more and more suspicious and the family gets their Pi to investigate further this same like foster who came in in two thousand, one they at this point have known for years and once he gets to work. He finds some pretty disturbing information about this lay lay I. he finds out that Leyla is clearly not her real name. She actually goes by multiple names and all of her information on social media is fake Pete and police learned that she's tried to reach out to other members of the Bradley family before actually. So to answer your question, I don't think it actually ever gets to the point of this lay lay taking a. DNA test because it seems pretty clear to me that the Bradley's already knew by that point that this woman was not telling them the truth and she was just trying to insert herself into the investigation or the family or something. Yeah. Like the whole thing was just a cruel hoax but that cruel hoax was the last glimmer of hope that they had as of this recording because as of twenty, twenty, diamond and Tiana. Bradley are still missing the pain of their loss and almost two decades of uncertainty had changed their family forever their oldest sister Rita has talked about how she's overprotective of her own children, which I totally understand and their other sister. Victoria who was only nine when they vanished. Her birthday cake that was mentioned in that voicemail she says that she couldn't celebrate her birthday for over ten years because it was too painful for her to confront. No matter how much time has passed dime antion is loved ones served to know the truth if you have any information about the disappearance or about S- of Tian and Diamond Bradley please call the FBI field office in Chicago at three one to.
"bradley" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Again, we only have the transcript of this and the transcript had a p. h. parentheses after it, which means that the transcriber spelled it how they thought it. Sounded so it could be seen or senior senior honestly I don't know but we have this George Washington and then this other George who Sheila says is a close family friend of the Bradley's and he used to Babysit the girls from time to time. So we don't know which one it is in this case exactly because the voicemails far as we are told voicemail has no last name just George is at the door I mean this is making a lot of sense to me. You said earlier that everyone in the family said that if Tian even anything she would definitely call her mom and not. Just, jot down the note that she left. So this is almost more proof to me that something is up with that note because she reach out to her mom will and what I think is so weird is clearly we have this voicemail where she is calling her mom we have her voice you can't say it's not her boy talking about this. George. On the other side of the door taking them to get kate. But then why not write something about George in the know so it almost seems to me like if all of this is related, it's more proof again that this note was coerced and like someone made her right that and maybe that person didn't even know she called her mom and there's dislike discrepancy and they they're thinking that they're covering their tracks but really they're like your questions because. Even in the voicemail. She says that George is at the door not here he's with us, etc. Right. Let's dot is that George isn't even in their home yet right when the kate gets brought up in the voicemail. The first thing I went to is like the candy and the White van theory like, yeah. The cake just a way to get them out of the house something to. them or I, honestly from the sources that I read I, don't think so. I honestly think this is more proof that whoever was on the other side of that door and we both we know that both the Georgia's new them. But I think it's proof that whoever was on the other side of the door new family well, because the day after the girls disappeared July seven is actually their sister Victoria's birthday. So if this is some kind of ploy, it's a really smart one because you can see how if it is someone they trust at one of these Georgia's in their life. This is a legit baby picking up A. Cake for this sister's birthday such a believable story, right? Like, Hey, we're just going to run this Erin for your sister or we're GONNA go pick up your mom and if it really was George Washington I mean he's only got this narrow timeframe between this call getting the girls doing whatever with them before going to pick up tracy for work. So again, I don't know anything about this other George or his timeline, but one thing I think is important to mention here too..
"bradley" Discussed on 5-4
"Defense like how would those dissents have been actually weaponized by legislators or whoever? I think it just gives Peter. You can jump in but I think it just gives like an opening like today we talk about decisions where justices in concurring or dissenting opinions are signaling what type of legal arguments might be convincing or should come up next that kind of thing, and I think it just allows that like legal wiggle room to say lake this isn't a one hundred percent. We're not all convinced of this. There's room for interpret. Yeah, and I I think you really can't overestimate the extent to which the public institutions of the south were willing to defy the public institutions of the north and. Southern. States viewed the court with suspicion and the court's authority over them on these matters suspicion and I think there is a fear that the southern governments would be willing to undermine the legitimacy of the court by. A ruling. Yet we talked about this a little bit in the Terry Vio High Oh, which is about stop and Frisk. But you know at this time particularly after Brown v Board in the mid fifties fifties especially in the south. But across the United States people are really criticizing the institution of the Supreme Court. There are impeach. Earl. Warren campaigns. There's a lot of anger about what topic podcast series record such. Right exactly. So like we're saying the legitimacy and the power of the Supreme Court itself was seen as really hanging in the balance. So Chief Justice Warren makes it kind of his mission really to get all nine justices onboard board with the decision in Brown that way when it comes out, it's like there's no ifs ands or buts segregation in public schools is unconstitutional period exclamation point Hamas Lafon that. One comment I wanNA make we and we've mentioned this before but I want to bring it up again what we're talking about Brown v Board Brown v Board is unanimous but Justice Jackson had a law clerk at the time young William Rehnquist Future Chief Justice who wrote a memo says about how Justice Jackson should descent in Brown v Board and support. Staff holding separate but equal they plus v Ferguson doctrine plus he be Ferguson. One of the Supreme Court decisions of all time Rehnquist denied that he actually felt that way. But almost everything we know about that time about Justice Jackson about what he said to his fellow clerks indicates that he was lying and he actually supported maintaining segregation in the south right. and. That's important because Rehnquist later is a justice and leader chief justice on this report and is involved in milliken. Obviously. So after Brown v Board decided the Supreme Court chief justice. Warren like they know that they aren't giving much direction to the states on how to actually desegregate in fact there deliberately not laying it out what segregated schools need to do to comply with the constitution. So as the Brown, decision comes down the Supreme Court decides to convene on the same case. Brown v Board of Education. But in the next year's term in one, thousand, nine, hundred five so that they can actually issue directives to help implement the Brown ruling. Basically, they want Brown one to come down to announce the principle that segregation is unconstitutional, and then in the next year, they're going to come out with the Second Brown v Board of Education, which will kind of lay out the sort of policy requirements of implementing design. Let them know what they need to do? Around to like I learned about Brown chew when we were researching fiasco and I wonder if I'm right to think that most people don't know about Brown to Yeah I. Think it's way less known and yes, it's just sort of colloquially known as Brad have sequels. They can do whatever they want Leon again, the point of. Snakes. So in Brown to the holding that the Supreme Court reaches up being kind of a mess frankly because all they say is that school districts and local governments should desegregate public schools quote with all deliberate speed. So you can see how in the Brown to ruling again, this one is handed down unanimously the justices under Chief Justice Earl Warren are trying to do this huge thing that they know is about to blow up something that's like. So central to the way American society is built racial segregation. But at the same time, they're not trying to make anyone super mad about it. So the Brown to ruling. Look local authorities and district courts below us y'all are gonNA have to use a lot of different tools to get this done to implement the ruling of Brown one. So we're just GONNA, say like it done with all deliberate speed like get on it singlet. The phrase though is that sounds like you gotta do it fast. But right in fact, like the keyword is deliberate, you've to deliberate on how you're going to do this and do at that speed not exactly do it quickly right? That's a really good point and there's no specific direction. There's no specific requirements in. The Brown to ruling there's no tools for what to do. There's no deadlines importantly not. So with all deliberate speed, whatever that means the process of desegregation ostensibly sort of get started but it's kind of like everyone is on their own to figure out like how and to what extent they really are. GonNa take this on. So happens basically exactly basically nothing happens because of course, there are politicians and judges and local authority figures all over the country who are publicly and strongly still opposed to desegregation. We know the famous quote by George Wallace than the governor of Alabama. Segregation segregation tomorrow segregation forever backwoods from nineteen sixty three. That's nine years after Brown v Board Right. He's not saying that like being afraid of a Brown v Board ruling coming down that's nine years after so straight up most of the country especially the south they're just not complying with the Brown ruling. Is there any truth? Can I ask you a quick of course one of the people we talked to you for fiasco is Justin driver who wrote a book about Public Education in court and one thing he said was that they didn't WanNa make too big A. Demand because they thought that if they did, as you said, southern states just wouldn't do it and that would make the court looked powerless and I had never thought before about the degree to which the court is trying to maintain its authority is that a common way of seeing what happened with Brown too I think so I think Brown one and Brown. To are seen together and they're seen as a compromise position where the unanimity of the court was prioritized so that it could be sort of like seen as this strong consensus but there weren't a lot of strong directives. The way that Brown and Brown to are taught is That in a lot of ways, the court was sort of tiptoeing around the south giving him these generalized as you know yes, you should desegregate but very concerned that the south would simply ignore it and that the Supreme Court would look. Look weak but prove to sort of have no impact on these state and local governments.
"bradley" Discussed on 5-4
"Welcome to five to four where we dissect and analyze the supreme court cases that have spread like rabies through the American nervous system. I am Peter. Twitter's the law boy I'm here with. Hi Everyone and our Special Guests Leon Nayef ACC- I everybody. BOOBOO. Leon is he told me an expert in racism and that's why we're having. Peter you said before on the podcast that you are not a professor of racism. That's right. So one of the things that we brought to our listeners today is a professor of racism. Racism. Michael is taken the week off had some personal items to attend to, and also we keep a strict white male quota on punk. Goes. On and Michael off sorry Michael Fans, Nestle Michael. Today, we are talking about, Milliken, v Bradley, a nineteen seventy, four case about desegregation. This case is in many ways the story of the promise and the failure of school desegregation during the last century way. Peter can I say why I'm actually here? Yeah. I'm not in fact Professor Racism let's get the wrong idea. Damn. So as you've heard me say many times twenty-six absolutely made a thing like that. Yeah. As you've heard me say that many times the of the PODCAST FIASCO a history podcast is available luminary and we tell stories about the reason past. All right. Let's just wrap this up. To look, it's a, it's a pretty elaborate concept make podcast about history Leon's podcast is about events. Yeah. If I understand correctly that's happened and the event that we're covering I in our upcoming season, his the desegregation of Boston's public schools which took place in the mid seventies and is very relevant to a case we're talking about on this episode. And as part of that season, like you like interviewed a bunch of people, right? Yeah. So it's a narrative documentary. You know it's a mix of me telling the story as well as a lot of archival footage from TV coverage and radio coverage of the time and as you said, dozens of original interviews with people who were there. So in our case, this was key black activists from Boston who puts segregation school segregation on the agenda in Boston starting in nineteen, sixty three, and it was because of the pressure they created. What became known popularly as the Boston busing crisis happened in seventy, four, seventy, five, seventy, six well, hey, welcome to the podcast in Game Dude thank you. Thanks for letting me on. Again, the case we're looking at today is Milliken v Bradley in Nineteen Seventy four this case effectively dashed all hopes of ending school segregation in. America. But to understand what all this means, we dig into some history. In. Nineteen fifty four, the court and Brown v Board of Education held that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. But what exactly it meant for stays in school districts to desegregate in concrete terms was never entirely clear and for years both courts and public officials fought over the obligations of the states to take affirmative actions to remedy the issue. At the same time redlining and other forms of economic discrimination boomed funneling black Americans into cities while whites fled to the suburbs by the nineteen seventies not only did segregation persist in the south but that white flight to the suburbs had intensified the separation of black and white communities in the north. So the end Lacey Pe- took action filing a lawsuit against the State of Michigan, about Public School Segregation in Detroit. Arguing that, although segregation was not official government policy in Michigan various government policies worked to make the region segregated by default. And Milliken v Bradley the Supreme Court rejects this argument. Essentially holding that school districts only had to desegregate if there was proof that the segregation was intentional in those districts and other words, the segregation in Detroit according to the court was coincidental and not a constitutional concern and like nobody's fault right the point was like no one. No one made a rule that said it had to be like this is that was. Exactly the opinion is a showcase for a hollow. The promise of equal protection under the law can be when the court is committed to impeding it. The majority here written by Chief Justice, Warren Burger. We've talked a bit about him in the past. He was the first Chief Justice after Earl Warren Earl. Warren we've discussed many times famously moved the court left especially on issues of Racial Justice Burger on the other hand standard-bearer conservative and became a spearhead of the conservative effort to fight back the gains of the Warren Court you know a quick note about chief? Justice? Burger. His own wikipedia page says that the chief justice quote did not emerge as a strong intellectual. On the court. And for Wake Appear To be that Bucket Shady. Today were dumb as credit. Stay right. Guys a bit of a moron. Let's be honest. Smartest lawyer okay. Incredible you know -servative trying to edit that back someone that we could feed you absolutely not you're not accurate and it stays. All. Right. So slight change of Pace Rhiannon, Leon share the burden of telling us some of the background. Yeah, it'll be a duet today four hands. Right is not when you're dealing on piano four hands. Okay. Episode Folks Leon. I told you before there's no nerd shit on five before. all right folks. So the fourteenth amendment, right that's what we're talking about. Today we talk about her a lot on this podcast because she's messy and the drama on what the fourteenth. Amendment means in terms of ensuring an equal society on the basis of race it starts way before milliken it starts way before this story, but a good place to start I think is with. V Board of Education everybody knows this case and it's one of the most important decisions made by the supreme. Court. In US history it's regarded as one of the best decisions made by the Supreme Court in US history. And like Peter said, it was in nineteen, fifty, four, the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren ruled in a unanimous decision that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional under the Fourteenth Amendment and they said quote that in the field of public education, the doctrine of separate but equal has no place. Great. Very good. Very strong thinks boys but as it turns out the. Brown, decision. It didn't say much about how public schools should desegregate and what desegregation would really look like what state and local governments would really be required to do desegregate aggregate, and that's for a few different reasons. I think at the time unanimous decision in Brown v Board was seen as a priority. There was a lot of fear that the south would simply refuse to. Comply with a decision that indicated any sort of debate or ambiguity about what the constitution says about segregation in public schools, and if the court ruled that segregation was unconstitutional but like there were a couple of justices writing in dissent, there's a real fear at the time that the South in particular is insolent enough that it would weaponize any sort of official legal arguments against. Desegregation and just straight up like not follow Ashley how that would've worked like you know if if it had been a more aggressive but one that was not unanimous, that's the trade off. Right. He basically was wanted to be unanimous and therefore it was perhaps more Ross. Yeah. Right. There had been.
"bradley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Right. And I've heard some of his girls actually got kicked off the island for having cocaine there. But although I do know of some of his friends that he hung out with who had cocaine problems. In fact, kind of funny story in two, thousand, nine, two, thousand, ten, I went to serve with subpoena. One of his friends in New York in the process server literally walked up to his friend, serve him any turned around and put his hands behind his back he. Thought, he, was being arrested PARANOID UNKOWN Oh, boy oh boy. Oh, boy will Bradley. I'm very excited to read your book and I am glad that you are attempting to give the gals closure and yourself closure, and it must have just been the most frustrating outcome that no-one got to look in his face and say, fuck, you man, you did not get away with this. Yeah. That's true I. Mean it was nice to see him at the bail hearings and things like that, but you're right the ultimate. Ultimate justice. Just we did. We'd get and I. Commend You for just staying on the trail the whole time. I. Mean. He could have tired people out. You know he could have won the war of attrition and I'm glad you're a hound dog and you wouldn't get off of it. I appreciate it. Well, great to meet you Bradley I. Really Appreciate You walking us through that and giving us some insight on one of the more compelling crazy horrify horrifying. You. Know Stories of the last twenty years. It's wild. Thanks for having me on I. Really appreciate it. Yeah. Absolutely I. Hope we chat again I would love it. All right. Bye See Monica. Stay. Tuned for Armchair expert. Dare. We.
"bradley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"This is a guy who is the worst advice ever to do that stupid interview that he did where he tried to say that photograph of him in Virginia Roberts and Glenn Maxwell was like Photoshop because Saddam was too big or something. This is so silly. Can't you just say I didn't she was seventeen years old seventeen years old at the age of consent in England? And move on with your life. Yeah. But he didn't do that. You know that the denial. It doesn't look good especially when there's a photo of it. And then we have been asking him for years to come over and give a deposition. Tell us what you know and he hasn't, and now we have the US attorney's office basically begging him to come over he saying I really want to. But I don't know much like I can't find the United States. Warm there this year. Just, really up. God now. Okay. His death I'm personally of the opinion that he, I. Mean. You really understand just how insanely lavish lifestyle was I mean. Each one of these houses they showed was more fantastic than the last. The fact that he was, what do you have a business Boeing business jet or something? You know he has the most outrageous airplane. I. Mean. This is me personally. I. Think that he sat in that. Cinder. Block box for awhile and said, I'm not GonNa win this one and I cannot live here. This is not an option and I am incapable of eating crow and I refuse to go down that road. Road to me, suicide seems like a very plausible Oh cams razor outcome to that scenario. That's exactly right. That's not as much fun as all of the sensational rumors out there. Right. That's why made a point to put that in to the book that I wrote because there were all these fantastical stories thought listen. I've met this guy down times and he is all about control. He has to control everybody. He can't be controlled for a second. Any SMART Alecky. He was delusional. He obviously, he saw that he had wiggle room in two, thousand eight, any played it out, but there was no wiggle room at this point. Until his bond was denied, he was going to hang in there. Once his bond was denied. He realized I'm never getting out. I'm going to control the last thing I can control, and that's how long I stay here. Yes. I completely agree now on the other hand I. Think if he had stayed there long enough somebody might have killed him. There's no doubt in my mind that he committed suicide that while I'm told they don't like pedophile imprisons. I. Don't think he had many friends there. I, can't imagine that they would have liked to billionaire. Yeah. I think that you know those conspiracy theories made for some funny memes, just doesn't make any sense. So the yeah I think we're probably going to find that he may have buddied up with the guards because remember he's still was a very charismatic guy, and we do have these two guards read the other into the hall saying they checked on him. Every thirty minutes in the video shows, they never got other seat for eight hours. I wouldn't doubt it. If he said Hey guys, I'm cool down here. You don't have to come down so that you know he was sure that he would have time to kill himself. Which is why they're under investigation or let's even go for an even more human thing which is like I..
"bradley" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert I'm Pete Sampras and I'm joined by John McEnroe. Wish I knew more about tennis. Really really. I should call you Billie Jean, King Proudly, Oh have been nice. Yeah. Because you're female and so is she yeah, and she's the best and she was the best. I don't know she is the Best Serena and right. Serena. Love to get high. That Today though it's not today. No, you know once in a blue moon will hop into some topical conversation and it's really fun and that's what we did on this. Now, we both consumed the Epstein podcast series, which was fantastic, and we also watch the netflix documentary. It's an endlessly fascinating story. It's horrendous on all levels, exposes the levels of corruption that really are currently happening that we pretend to haunt. Yeah, youth, it is nasty in. So many ways the size of it is overwhelming. Now, Bradley Edwards is a nationally recognized board certified civil trial attorney who specializes in providing civil representation for children, victims of sexual abuse victims of violent crime. He most notably was the attorney of more than twenty alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein and continues to fight for them to. To this day, we really gotTa Bang Out of talking to Bradley. We'd seen in the documentary, but we found him in person to be just so darn likeable and fun to hang with. Right. He just kind of walked us through the story and it's a lot to take in, but it's important to take in. Yes. In the weight of the things, he knows that he's still can't publicly say must be oh. My God. So daunting. Well, this is a tasty interview. So please enjoy Bradley. We are supported by squarespace. Now, there's so many reasons.
"bradley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"A part of that spore I totally agree because people can take betablockers when they perform in symphony orchestras, they can have fucking twenty fifteen vision through Lazic surgery. If there are sharpshooter, there's all these augmentation we accept right, and then for whatever reason we're like. No, we're drawing the line there. But the bully stuff he did is is terrible. That's the stuff that I hate it like the the suing people that were just good people or the team. She wasn't a physician, but she was. She worked on everyone I guess she's like a physical therapist type. Yeah that stuff's rough. That's got to be the stuff that long. Because I can't imagine, he feels a little guilty about cheating. In sport that everyone's cheating and I'm sure he feels like. Yeah, guess what I still won seven times and everyone else was I am still a fina. He still is a fee. Not There's no questioning that you and I could take three thousand liters of Keough and we. Climb one of those. No Yeah I agree with that. And he did take some responsibility for some of the things documentarian ass, like basically. What are you feel regretful for your biggest regret? And he and he mentioned those things, and that's good. I also think I was of uniquely not uniquely in that that there's tons of addicts, but the parts words like. How did you look in the mirror? How did you say that? That part I related to entirely which is like i. have this enormous secret. Occupying probably half my life. And then the other half the time I met Ucla at the groundlings, and then the other. I'm smoking crack with strangers and hotel room so Y-. You learned the car. Yes, that's true. I totally related to the notion that. Oh, no, there's just a vault door, my head and I walked through it and do this thing, and then I walked through it into this other thing I could relate. Yeah, because she asked. Was it hard to look at the Mirror? Like. No, right and I I also agree I. Think a think humans have to compartmentalize. They justify things all day long every day so that they can get through it and if you're yeah, you're holding a secret like that. Why rain is protecting you? Yeah, and I think we have some good engineering abolution to do that because I think so often. In the first hundred thousand years we were on the planet we had to do gnarly ash it occasionally and I just think that mentally compartmentalize it would kill you. Yeah any so that was a dock. We watched because really really good. Are you about your just on the verge of telling me something about Hudson did yeah, when we started this I was saying Hussin. Hossan had a good while. There's as in Thursday's episode. We noted that there are so many videos. There's so many things circulating. There's so many things to watch, and no one can expect everyone to watch all the things but Hossan Menashe. Hosted accused brother, no posts it a Kinda like short at kind of episode essentially, and it was speaking very directly the Indian American community about getting involved in acting, and not just like looking at it from afar, because we're benefiting from civil rights, we are benefiting in the immigration. Act was like piggybacked on the civil rights. You. Know some obligation. Obligation. been thinking about this for days and a few people have asked my thoughts on all of this, because a set it on here. A Hundred Times that I just wanted to be way I was wanted to be. And that's that's a part of my story I did I wanted that and I?.
"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.
"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.
"bradley" Discussed on The Frame
"The Golden Globe for Best Picture and one of AF is ten best pictures of of the year for consideration in all categories talk from them on broadcast center at. KPCC this is the frame. I'm John Horn. And thanks for joining us during our winner. Membership drive today my guest for the entire show is actor Bradley Whitford. He's probably best known for starring starring in the West Wing and doing some bad things in a basement in get out more. Recently he was in transparent and Topi drama the handmaid's Tale now how he starring in a broad NBC Sitcom called perfect harmony. And if it sounds like a big departure that was intentional I was sort of looking to do. Do a comedy. I've been doing a lot of dark stuff I wanted to get out of Gilead for a time. I talked with Brad Whitford before a live audience at KPCC's recent open house in perfect harmony Whitford plays a character who's very close to the show's creator. Leslie Flee Wake Webster Leslie. Had this story about her grandfather at the end of his life he was very pretentious. Kind of snooty eastern coastal dude. A WHO ended up at the end of his life kind of stock in Kentucky where she is from any ended up finding real joy and and nourishment working in this little church that he thought he didn't WanNa have anything to do with and that was sort of basis of it and I was looking for something to do in in these insane. Polarized Times that put radically different people together and and sort of transcended it in a non preachy way with humor. And this has this added element of Music.
"bradley" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Don't underestimate that guy. So, you know, it's it's an it's an interesting race Shawn's article over the ringer is when he gets into breaking down the nominees is a really good article. I just disagree with his headline that this is like the most competitive after race because I think it's just like it's just Cooper's to lose at this. Yeah. Come premie wrong in December. When we see what Christian Bill can do. But. Yeah, when we Christian Bill can do when we see what critical consensus winds up doing. I mean. Yeah. Like, we really felt like there was a huge critical consensus behind Willem Dafoe that didn't wind up giving him the award in the end. But, you know, Gary Oldman went onto critical awards like, you know, he was in the like obvious, quote unquote, lake consensus choice position in the best actor race, and he wound up winning anyway. So if you start seeing some Critics Circle give it to Bradley Cooper, like then I think you've got a real like he's walking away with the whole thing. Yeah. And I think it's going to be one of those things where we're like we're going to be like, it's Bradley Cooper, Bradley Cooper, then because we have a few months to go. On this January convince yourself it's not Bradley Cooper. It's going to swing back around. I've been on this around this block a few times. But it's still crazy to me that William devoted win last year. It's crushing to me. But I think there is just the kind of thing like I hope that the critics when the critical words come out they do lift up, Ethan Hawke. And even if that doesn't lead him to an Oscar like is just another facet of this award season is like we start talking about momentum around other people and Bradley Cooper feels unstoppable to me. But I'd like to see other people. Come and try. Yeah. Well, Ethan Hawke anything we agree. It'd be hard for him to win. But it would be his third nomination. It feels like it's like, okay, we hawks gonna win an Oscar eventually which doesn't always pan out for everybody. But like he's had such a long career. There seems to be no indication he won't actual he's ninety. So they'll just kind of help build his lifelong consensus. I guess I think he's also like unlike I think Sean to this is article that like Bradley Cooper who does not like to talk about his personal life, and you know, bliss for that. Keep your personal life personal if you want to but like Cooper's like award season run, thus far has been like populated by him telling the same three stories over and over and over again, how Sean put it even hawk is a much different animal when it comes to like talking about his work in talking about everything. And so, you know, in terms of like someone we're going to hear a lot from selling their own role for the next few months. Like, I think I'm more interested in all the things that he thought hawk might want to say just because Bradley Cooper doesn't want to talk about that kind of stuff. So meanwhile, you go Mortenson like, I don't know what I know about his life. Like, maybe literally nothing maybe he's out talking about it. But he says mystery to me, and I kind of like that about it. So he can go I keep things himself as much as you want the green book campaign Vigo, speak seven different languages, so he can keep secrets seven different lengths. I will say even though as I was saying, I don't think green book is going to be a critical favourite. And I think the movie has a lot of problems. I think he's wonderful in it like really legitimately great even with a character who has like some problematic aspects, and there will be there will be some green book wars to come..
"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Bradley trainer, Bradley. Is that the Rolling Stones I. Don't know don't laugh at me. Musical eighty I'll keep playing This Donny notice A stone We didn't What? Is it Some. Commercial, for something well give, me. A guest Colleen that is. A sermon commercial I'm gonna squeeze No it's, the theme song the. Beavis and Butthead Oh Rolling Stones Yes, thank you Right Teepee that was Beavis the great corn. Holyoke, yes Great That's. Great It was. A, bust yeah. That happened are third vintage, pop culture audio clip throwback live at, two forty five coming. Right up it's a short, one. Bradley Colleen. Please correctly. Identify, this I Bradley That is Bart. Simpson thank. You I was I was fine Hi Okay Pointing your, finger you don't have any say in. This all. Right the game is tied one one in the throwback live at two, forty. Five That you that's Bradley, trainer Let's play, our forth, vintage pop. Culture audio clip? Colleen Bradley what is this what I'm not Bradley That is? JAMES BOND w seven Shape an obstacle And that's that's don't tell me which one that's not Sean Collins showing off that is the other one I all. I needed was JAMES BOND it was from a movie featuring Sean, Connery by the way oh all right now we can Donahue enough out of the peanut gallery Donny is a. Frustrated throwback live at one to forty five yes he is I know. I understand but not really all right. So Bradley you have two points calling you have one point. You, can tie. The game Colleen and move us into the bonus round If you correct correctly guess this v Pull it. Together I'm. Going to play it, now thank you Clean. That is, from the, TV. Show that goes by. The name hold. It hold it stop you're driving. Me nuts Stop come. On Colleen. The big. Bang. Theory thank you bye.
"bradley" Discussed on Channel 955
"Bradley fix me look in history california is and i thought the security never get the chance to make a mind because she fell in a little thin funding girl would add it's you will never told no one you got to do but i always think about believe in jesse you jersey z texting me mean the same is made the same sakes you can't pay me dry fix me history it's tom it's tom refrain homegrown it sounds but you can't pay me this ryan rally fix me history relevance nonstop music on detroit's number one hit music station.
"bradley" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Bradley you cardi b's chase hold on abuse the patch john don't look good together visit sure sleeping crazy i would say no shh faded from the back in gifu so far away from my oldest daughter she just wants to die i just no one will call them she's got to save them no one's ever gonna hurt you love thank you mix and commercial free on wild ninety four nine happy that you bye you're fine.
"bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Going to be a thing what other lady items could come to be right bradley and there's only one way we process this type of information clean bradley the as out lady products international pitch man blamed by bradley trainer law playing the parts of the focus group polling yup colleen her girl he um guts by jews for you lawyers okay so i was told i was going to be part of a fall through name a focus guru ira you're the good bureau away you got a group of you know arrow okayed but it's just me okay fine goods what i mean your old lady everybody else he all the same i got some product ideas for you okay all right i am back lady does going to enjoy this you know the guy lady to read owes i gotta even better floyd you what are you hate more than anything men who tell me what to don't know this is what you really hate you hate getting groped there's been all this news lately about ladies getting touched inappropriately they got a hashtag me too bright rainy texture it hashtag me soups this is a suit triggered aware and it's going to keep the guys for touch new mmhmm and yet how's it going to do that because it's ugly and because guys if you're not pretty the guy and don't want nothing to do with a true how also hey okay i'm also it's got a very protective coating on the front two nobody can get in your business seats gonna save you hand ugly two yachts ganic key suit men out of my business ruin no i don't know why lady didn't think of it's not brilliance it's not cal ktrh thing are a little sceptical but i got a better idea for you what are you hate more than anything ladies again men who tried to tell no away he's follow me i am you hate getting your fingers covered in barbecue sauce when you're eating.
"bradley" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Bradley darrelle revis morgan the be the lease the man ubuntu and and ludi lin liam payne melville all day them eweek the lorde the the.