35 Burst results for "Brady Bunch"

"brady bunch" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"That is one of the those are four great sets of stand up. That is one of the best movies, you know, that I feel like people know about it, but I feel like it should be more popular than this because I remember that's one of those movies that I rewatch over and over and over again and I laughed at the same time each time. Yeah, to my life, right? Yeah. Life is fantastic. It's a comedy. I'm like, well, kings of comedy, but life is underrated too. That's another one. Kings of comedy was, you know, you don't believe it or not, the only thing I wanted to do was acting was just to play Bernie Mack in the movie. Yeah. You know all these other Christopher scarver, the Billie Holiday other projects. I honestly didn't ask for this. You know, I really wanted to just play Bernie Mac in a movie 'cause you know that's why I get my name from a course. Do a comedy and you know, all this happened, you know? So, yeah. And as far as John angel goes, I'll tell you, you know, growing up, all my, you know, the kids in school are watching, you know, Brady bunch. I found my Salvation with good times in Florida. I just felt like it was a real portrayal of a family where Brady bunch was like, everything's great. Everything's good. And I feel like as a young kid, I saw that. And not that I'm just like, you know, insightful person, but you know, those are two great answers, by the way. Thank you, thank you. And you mentioned some of your other work on the United States versus Billie Holiday, south side. You got yourself a nice little filmography going here for a really good, you're on a little bit of a roll.

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The Problem With Congress by 'Zoom'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

The Problem With Congress by 'Zoom'

"Dave, do you think, and this is a sort of a political question, but I mean, we're coming into a year in which we the Republicans are looking to do very well. Mainly as much as what we've done as much as, you know, frankly how bad Biden and the Democrats and Senate in the house have done. But in making this a look forward, do you think people really understand that just what two days ago, three days ago it was a week where typing, there was you recall back to Washington for basically one day and over a 150 members didn't even show up. They just voted by they just voted by proxy and the vast majority of those I would assume would have been Democrats. Yeah, and look, I mean, this is a real problem because it's just you watching these people that are just sitting at home and they're not in person. They're not talking to each other and building the relationships that are needed to address the bigger problems face in our country. I mean, you look at the border crisis. There's absolutely nothing. Being done about it. And if everybody's just kind of home in their own corners as opposed to all together, talking through this, you know, look, there are a lot of reasons I want to see us when the majority back, not the least of which is to finally put a counterbalance a conservative check against this crazy left wing socialism that we're seeing. But also just to make Congress work again to get rid of proxy voting day one to make committees have to show up in person, not virtually. You know, you're looking at these Brady bunch screens of zoom where, you know, you're in this corner over here the screen and somebody's over there. You can't talk to that person if you're trying to address a problem that you see in an amendment to a bill that the amendments aren't even being brought up right now and a lot of these bills, so let's make Congress work again and getting people back to Washington in

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"All game long me or the ref or somebody on the opposing team. He would hit that button on his recorder and half of what he said was the play. The other half was him. Mfn the rash or maybe me from the previous play or somebody on the other side line but now that now that you know he can just you know coach the game and handle everything. The forty thousand foot level and byron left which is calling plays. He seems like his Blood pressure's dropped and he's just like he's in a happy place. But how does that mean brady. Wanted to play with bruce arians. Do you understand why he would hundred percent. I mean any any pocket passer would absolutely love that system. There's a you watch. Grady play the other night on thursday there in empty. It seems like a quarter of the game there. Just spreading people out there getting their best receivers on the field and they're letting. Tom brady do what he does. Best which takes time and take his take his check down. Take the completions and throw the big plays when they showa. But what's he do better than you brady. Yeah everything we do everything better than you he does. He does september thirteenth two thousand twenty one. But you know. I think the one thing you you watch stat that last drive. They had where they went down the field. The one thing brady does and two minute drills is. He knows defenses are scared of him and he takes. And let's the defense get attended depths and create cushion menu. Wash that last drive where they went down and kick the field. He didn't throw a ball over ten yards he just was dinking and dunking. It and the defense was backpedaling and getting depth in giving them cushion and he was just throwing the ball to the running backs tight ends. They would step out of bounds after eight yard. Gain is the same thing we we've seen brady do new england for years. He doesn't get rattled. He doesn't take chances and try to force the ball. Downfield he takes with the defense gives them and they end up with a seemingly. Easy drive at the end of the game for a field goal in a win is brady. What four years older than you brady is three years old. It blows my mind. Saying how long would it take for you to get ready to play in a game. I can walk out and play in a game. But just as quickly as i walked in. I'd be walking off the field with a hamstring shoulder. Something i'm in no form the playwright. Who is the toughest quarterback you faced. Why never be brady. I was up I played against brady bunch. I was up. Twenty one knots in In the first. Half in new england. And richard seymour. Took a low shot on me in and blew my almost blew my knee out. I didn't end up finishing the game but we were up. Twenty one nothing. So i beat brady for half. That's my best but you say this your kids. I do say dell data own brady for one half. I was driving home I coach my kids. Seven three football team. I was driving home half the kids that live up by us now is dropping often. We're driving along and one of the kids in the backseat. Told me that is second uncle. Which i don't even know the second goal is his second uncle tackled. Tom brady in college once. And it really just. It really just made me how you know maybe realize how little these kids think of me on their toes. But they're all out there in russell wilson jerseys and scandal seahawks cure talk about radio. The time drives me nuts. They do know you played in the nfl for fifteen years. Yeah but it's just like it was just such a lip on their radar. They couldn't wait. Talk about russell wilson and let russ good they really realize registered term house Your usc trojans a tough one knows a tough one You know it's it's to see the stadium half-full to see you know us. Being seventeen point favorites in really get blade really wasn't a close game. Were total i mean. There was so many penalties and so subtle. Such a lack of discipline is really really frustrating to watch those guys played his last weekend but the good thing is this week to got a lot of fulla did you. You lost to stanford on a last second play. Didn't you as long time ago dan. i'm sh- oh i did. that's right. I lost chris lewis. They threw a a smash concept. And they hit the corner at the end of the game for touchstone last-second. That's right. yeah. I'm trying to bring up positives here. I'm sorry i could feel bringing up negatives but you own. Tom brady for one half when he want. Nothing yeah yeah. You always have that over him. I'm sure members that to. Hey great to talk to you. Thanks for joining us. Ben nets carson palmer brought to you by a cd level. Select cbd provides target relief and helps treat everyday discomfort when you need it the most this. It's a great product level selects dot com promo code ep. Thirty thirty dollars off your entire order today. Not available in idaho iowa and south dakota. I don't know why just kind of dawned on me. Usc just lost his stanford. And then then you lose to stay for the last second play. Yeah woops sorry about that note to self. Have some positive things to say when you have a guest on. Yes can you imagine. You're the quarterback. And bruce arians is calling in the plays and he's m. you or somebody else but you know brady doesn't have to worry about that. Because bruce arians isn't in his in his helmet yes boeing carson palmer played like fifteen years in a pros. Usc you can't even bring the heisman trophy to practice to show the kids 'cause we have it and then like if you wanted to start. Tom brady doesn't have one of these. Russell wilson does any one of these. I don't know if the kids would care a heisman. I don't know. I don't know if the kids know if they're that young. I don't think they care about a heisman yes mclovin. I can't believe he's three years younger. Tom for no had a full career. No no no wild tyler in new jersey. Hi tyler. welcome to the program. Best and worst of the weekend go so my worst of the weekend is having a seizure at work my best. We kind of watching seattle seahawks win this weekend. Wait what happened to you at work. Caesar so the perfect place to have a seizure you know. Could you paramedics watching me. No it's great. Okay okay you might be the first person who's called. Who's best and worst of the weekend ed to do with the seizure. Well we're we're glad you're still with us there tyler. Thank you. And i thought he said he had a caesar like he must have caesar salad. I'm going all right a bad caesar salad camera on your day. Yes no doubt about that. There's no doubt about somebody says what's the worst thing that happened to you this week and i had a Caesar caesar salad head. Caesar salad you just can't get good croutons. Men can't get good croutons. Let's take a break last. Call for phone calls what we learned. What's in store tomorrow. did you guys hear. Did you think he said seizure blase about it like you had a seizure work and then i went home club. Go hawks came out on top at the end of the weekend. All right we'll take a break back after this. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast be sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rid of everything else that we were going to talk about 4 to 5 says that Brian from Kent has been found. Mm. And they want to know if they should give him the Cairo nights phone number, But I said the current email address which is 973 nights. At gmail dot com. Because can you imagine if we get Brian back into our lives? Could you imagine what that would look like, so much richer? I'll give so much more sleep. I feel like if we got Brian back into our lives, the radio show would function again. You know, Lisa, I didn't want to say anything in front of Shane. But, you know, like Shane's been really messing up recently. So I think that if we get if we get Brian back on board, you know, Brian from can't back on board with the show, then maybe Shane would like, pick up the slack. A little bit more. Yeah, and Covid would disappear. What else? Uh oh. By the way, somebody accepted the challenge to come on the show, Sarah. Text it into the show earlier during the first during the first hour and said that she hated me. So I said, Why don't you come on the show and we'll talk about it? And she said, Yes. So hopefully we'll have a We'll actually have a remember. At least I remember calling radio. Remember that was the thing was only calls insure them absolutely sounds so unimpressed. Lisa Uh, At least I feel rude that we didn't ask you about your Labor Day weekend because I asked Shane about his Labor Day weekend, but we have no idea what you were doing. Well, um, I labored yesterday. Excellent. Uh, I go ahead. I actually wanted to ask you about because on my liberty weekend I was so Horrifically depressed that I was laying on the floor of my studio trying to figure out what work I could do because I'm such a workaholic. So I open YouTube and I go down the YouTube rabbit hole. And I end up at that show. Um, what was that show about kids in the sixties? It was Joe Cocker. The wonder years. So I click on an episode of the Wonder Years and the 1st 30 seconds of the song plays and I forgot that Joe Cocker, saying that Beatles song A little help from my friend. So then I go down the rabbit hole and I end up at Joe Cocker at Woodstock and I watched his entire performance and I was so enraptured by it and I thought of you, Lisa Brooks said. I wonder how Lisa feels about Joe Cocker as a singer. As as as an artist. I have specific thoughts about a little help from my friends. Best backup parts ever. I have. I've had the opportunity to sing back up with some fantastic artists doing Joe Cocker's version of a little help from my friends. Oh, kick ass version. Just love it. Yeah, And I mean I'm old enough to remember when he was on Saturday night Live as well. And John Belushi came right beside him and imitated his body movement as he was doing whatever it is that Joe Cocker does. I watched that as well, because Joe Cocker does this really interesting manipulation where he's almost playing guitar bass. He's air playing guitar, but what it is He's like plucking a base without a picture Lem, but he's also doing guitar chords at the same time, so he's playing guitar bass, but he's also gyrating and sweating. So profusely. You ever notice that about Joe Cocker just sweating, but he's not really moving that much. Outside of his gyrations. He's in one position. This kind of jelly fishing around. Yeah, that's that's a perfect word for it. I love that. He's just kind of like He's like a really aggressive moth. He's just kind of right in your face. And in in watching it, I found my spirits lifted cause I'm thinking to myself. Joe Cocker is a weird dude. But if Joe Cocker can be Joe Cocker, maybe Jack Stein can be Jack Stein. Do you know what I mean? Absolutely someone who Who's that? He's just a goofy dude, but he was so talented. That's what I did on my liberty weekend as I rediscovered the magical world of, um Joe Cocker. So, speaking of we have a couple of questions. People out there are asking. Oh, wait a minute. I think we got. I think we got Brian's phone number, and I'm gonna have to really after four. That phone number to you, but we don't know if it's the real Brian. So we have to vet this. Some guy named Brian and camp. We need the actual Brian from can and we have to ask specific questions to ensure that this person is the is the actual wheel Brian from Kent, So somebody asked me a while back. This is from 206. Really like this question. What fictional family. Would you like to be a member of because I had mentioned that I would love to be a member of the von Traps from the sound of music. I would want to fight the Nazis, and I thought it was a really funny joke at the time, but two Oh six, said, What would you really want to be A part of the Vonn traps? Yes, As a matter of fact, I would because we can beat the Nazis with the power of music. So Lisa Brooks. I ask you what fictional family. Would you like to be a member of? Oh, I used to When I was little. I thought it would be nice to be part of the Brady Bunch. That would be really cool to have three brothers and, you know, two sisters, and you're just also close and Sing together and and and, But nowadays, there's like this family I watch on YouTube. That is a real family that I think. Oh, they're so sweet and cute, and I would love to be part of their family. What family do you watch on? It's called the Tim tracker. And it's a guy by the name of Tim Tracker, and he and his sweet wife and their adorable two year old baby go like the theme box in Florida all the time, and it's just escapism, you know, but they're just nice people. I think I'd like to know those people I'd like to hang out with them. Went down the rabbit hole of YouTube families, and there are a few that I think are legitimately happy. People who love to film themselves in their marriage and their Children. And then the other 90% of them are sociopaths who are stated in my Children. You know the same back me up on this, but you know it's crazy fun to watch on Choose Tuesday's Alton.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I don't want to get too deep in the weeds of this, But when she gets called out for stuff, she centers herself in the conversation. Which is your other. That should be. Your mother. Can't have me right? That should be other trigger like that should be the other thing That makes you realize that all she's trying to do is set some poo on fire. Yeah, and then go look at me. I'm covered in flaming cou. Mm. And she wants you to step on it to put it out. Oh, my God. You're stepping on me. You just let yourself on fire with poo. Don't know why the poop came in. Well, why? Why wouldn't it? It's our show. Can we just keep fanning the flames? Yes, the poo flames. Yeah. Do you know who's your d bag? Dr Feld. Dr Phil. He's not a doctor, but he is kind of a doctor. Is he a doctor? It's like a therapist. Right? Ph. D. He's a first. Yeah, He's not a mood, but he's a food food. Doctor. Food, Dr. Phil. Why am I making Dr Phil my D bag? Why are you making Dr Phil your d bag for asking Dr Phil? I'm making house calls now folks are getting deep. No. Okay. What Dr Phil has a new approach to therapy. You guys Great. What is it? One that takes him on the road to make actual house calls. So if you're having problems with life, Dr Phil is just a phone call away and he's going to roll up in his pickup truck and save your and throw a camera in your face and try to make ratings. All of you. House calls is the name of his new CBS Primetime Show, and the Good Doctor joined TMZ live Monday to tell them the biggest difference between his daytime show and his new spin off. For starters, you know what the biggest differences While there's no studio audience, so he thinks he can get people to let their guard down even more than they do on his very, very successful program. So what he does on his new show. Has spent an entire week with a family, most of them by the way, who have no idea that he's going to spend some quality time with a first of all you guys. If Dr Phil shows up at my house, it's over. Get Yeah, by of my house. I want no part of you and your creepy smile. And you're shining white teeth. I want no part of this. And I don't think it's normal for your wife to be sitting in my front lawn in a Barca lounger staring at us through the living room window because you know, like a set of His TV show. His wife has a very prominent place in the audience, and she has because I sat in her chair. The lighting was beautiful lighting. She had her own lighting just for her chair. It beamed up at the chair. Nobody else got that lighting on the show. But his wife did anyway. Did everybody get to send the chair? Just you know, I well, I sat in the chair, not realizing it was her chair. It's not like a throne. It's just a chair. Others like that's my chair. I shall be sitting. We went to Paramount Studios Did the studio tour his office his office. His studio is actually right next to where? Lucille Ball and Ricky Ricardo, Um Ran. Desilu Productions back in the day day. Anyway, the moral how and how you've you've been to that studio. But did you work there? Yeah, but worked right across from Lucy's replica of her home town square, which which, By the way, Colleen you might not realize was a frequent set piece for the Brady Bunch and other sitcoms that There's like an outdoor area with the tree and a bench. Yes, And that's right outside. Uh, Lucille Ball's office. How cool is that? I know. And also Dr Phil. Anyway, The moral of the story is Dr Phil is taking his show on the rude and the thought of having Dr Phil in my house for a week. Makes me wanna barf, Honestly. And because can you imagine coming around the corner? Hey, no Again, I'd run the other direction and, of course, like because you're in my house. I just watched like the trailer with no sound and the amount of tears I saw. I don't think it's because people were opening up. I think it's because they had to talk to Dr Phil. Thank you. And also, here's the reason lurking around the corner. Yes, sure. Hi. I can see your teeth in the dark. Don't know that the audience really knows why we have such an issue with Dr Phil. So just to peel back the me a little bit. Um and tell me what you think. But I think the thing that I get so rubbed the wrong way with him is that he acts like he's that tough love God, and I think that that's a load of hooey. I don't think that's a healthy approach to healing or mental health. And but it's like a thing in popular culture that you just need somebody to yell at you loud enough and put you down strong enough to break through all of your whatever right like that's a trope, and I think we need to be running in the opposite direction of that I fully agree with, you know, I don't believe that people need to be coddled. That's not what I'm saying. But there's an abrasiveness to his delivery that I think he is. It's very mm. Patriarchal. Um well, I've got other opinions about it, but I'm gonna stick opinion and not share here. But But I do think that you know he served a purpose for Oprah at a time when she felt like that was what she needed, and then she elevated him and I don't think he's been very responsible with that. And part of that is because He sends people to these, like scared straight ranch places, no time for that, and they are abused there. And he has nothing to say about that. He, um, he has Pedaled all kinds of snake oil with his name on it and acted like it was going to change your life. But he just made money off of unsuspecting people. How about this? Mental illness, personal tragedy. Personal shortcomings are not entertainment. Thank you. Yeah. Good point. Thank you. When we return on the Colleen and Bradley show. Oh, look at this. Extra D bags. Oh, we're gonna have a little debate double down when we come back on my talk one. Oh, 71 Another lorry and Julia moment Since you're going to Mary Morris, we'll start with her, right. I'm going to play the first part. Jesus. And then you've got to finish the line. Are you.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"It's Mike Shope. Astros and the Bulldog Marcia standing there like maybe tone to the monkeys. It's got a pillow. Mother, my God. On w G R Sports Radio 5 50 nothing funny about that. That was my least favorite episode of that show. The kitten one It took an ugly turn. Uh, By the way, Joe the show is the Brady Bunch. That's the show being referenced here. The Brady Bunch. Show about a family. Sitcom. Sounds awesome. So far. So are you Intrigued So far so far, you might be in Yeah. Wow. So you've got three boys. Three girls. Their parents. It's gonna be hard to describe without breaking into that song. Their parents had, uh, each been divorced, and so they came together. The man and the woman, the man Had three boys of his own, and the woman had three girls and they became, uh, a family and they had a housekeeper. And a dog. They met some famous people along the way, like Davy Jones and Joe Namath. Don Drysdale. I believe And then one time the oldest boy hit the oldest girl in the face of the football. It was really it was really bad. Yeah, just an errant pass. Yeah. We're going to find this. Julio. Where is the Brady Bunch? I don't know. It's got to be somewhere. It's got to be somewhere. I haven't kept track. Yeah, I don't. I can't tell you AARP is showing up on YouTube now. About sure. If something changed for a long time, the the deal was like you could not get k r P because of the music on the show, it was made for a complicated like legal wrangling. And the show was not able to be released or shown because the rights to the songs and everything made that I don't know, like on some level. I think that's right. Made it tough. But then it did come out. And now like I go to YouTube, I've got pretty much the same three or four things I've got. Letterman shows I've got old sports like seventies or eighties I've got curling and then I've got k R P episodes. That show is still hilarious. Like Cara P. Yeah, I don't know if you loved it like I loved it. But if you know, I I We never missed an episode of it. All right, door. I adored that show. Yeah. Just turn one on and it's still funny. Still very funny. I would agree. The last time I watched chunk of an episode of that. I don't remember why or when it was, but it was. You know, within the last year or two it I found it hilarious. There it is. Joe has a game for us. Well, isn't that fun?.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Don't hey off in a you have to dress up like a sex worker. Sting the guy. Yeah well you know. I was that pony tails in my hair. So that you know. I looked like i was just eighteen year old sitting with my my car didn't help it would. It was a beat up grand theory that just screams cop up and down the right friday friday late show. You can come up. Full balls up there norma. Some look forward to that. Thanks for services eight shows. Yeah bill brains. All right max pat. Let's see julio cesar chavez five. that's the time looking for not pernell whitaker but the guy is the same as pernell. Whitaker look this up before you can find your friday charles car salesman book of the mighty of fallen get. The band went from the the most noblest average pursuits car salesman. What he's selling it. So nissans i. I started at bmw Subaru so love cell geeta or go to sold geeta. Her last car would have been great. And i love my new crosstrek. I don't like the direction. This career is heading. Bmw drop down to subaru. Now you're nissan. You're going to be ugo smart then. Vespas than hover board four years. Yeah huffy keep going raleigh. If i can turn the career around committee a flier. So you're saying where. Are you living in a westminster. It's like probably half hour from golden. Yeah nobody lives in golden right. It's like kind of tourist town. Yeah there's there's some bit anyone who is there. Yeah it's nice out all right you wanna do. You wanna pull balls saturday early show for the live pot. I'd love to pull your malls. You've that don't make jokes on. Stage may leave the joking to answer all right. Max fattah who is that fighter is. Is there any other information other than he has a interesting name. Yeah you could find. It has lost to him right now. Chevette has one. He was the it was like the very was one of his. Probably one of his last wins are. You've probably lost. Few fights after. Taylor male dick taylor. Mel drank rhetoric taylor the simpsons boxer major tater banner guy. Yeah meldrick taylor. Yeah that was the guy. Good call drik tatum. since right. yeah. Melba taylor is a real sad story but he was really good. Got knocked out with five seconds left against a guy who was eighty and now it was trying to get to one hundred now now. His son is fighting this weekend by the way has a pretty impressive record too but he doesn't you know this is a an interesting tale in that. The sun has all the physical abilities that dad has but he grow up rich. Different boxers read kind of offer. Donald korea boxers need to poor. They tend to have the dig a little deeper in those championship. Round we talk about. That's the who you can find out. Who's what community is poor by. Who's boxing jews. The irish yeah. Start with the irish plenty of jewish fighters plenty of italian fighters and then it turned black. Here's that here's the thing about the thing about culture and as it pertains to boxing hope for a short window. You know what i mean. So it's like the irish fought for decent size window. The jews fought for like a miniature window. Anyone who comes here and his poor are going to be a fighter. Then the italians came in and five of the bigger window than probably the irish or the jews for sure and then black in hispanic came in and that's been going on for sixty five years trying to get that window down. That's that's what i'm saying. It's only serious about the hunger for the you know. The poor boxer makes perfect sense in a weird way. Does that benefit you deal at the success of boxing because the the cliche is oh poor pour money. Flamed out Oh i mean does it help you deal with these guys. I mean if you're already rich. Rogan's shit roberto duran was from panama. All the money to the irs had businessman everyone who wouldn't rip off. Roberto duran guy grew up in the streets of panama wants to do is fight. And you're in charge of taking all his checks and figuring out how to allocate the money you going. I mean that's what don king did right You got the free sign. I'll get into the freeway. Sign right you got a good picture of it right. So i passed this freeway sign and i was driving a talia and her friend of volleyball practice this morning. Her friend with a good name. Veronica that very old. It's new it's good. It's solid girl's name. So driving them to volleyball early. And i passed going down to five and i passed this sign there. I'm obsessed with the freeway signs. Because i feel like there's so much information we could pass along. We rarely do. It says get vaccinated. Go to my turn. Just two words spread out to make appointment. And i thought well should it. What if i just go. Google might turn i go to my talking. Amax pat about this. What is my why not say my turn dot gov or some marching orders first off. It doesn't look like a website because they have it spaced out. It's not it's just written out with the rest of the words. I'm happy to say it is the first thing that kind of data i o. It is. No google might turn. It is but i'm just saying like it's confusing because it's going to go to my turn it just it doesn't say anything. Well that's true if you're if you're driving and there's something about a turn on a sign that can be confusing as there is an element of exit off the freeway get get vaccinated and it's all might turn dot com. That's.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The mast. Their automobiles driving amazon parents had high hopes. But i like wow And your husband's fbi agent retired as well. Yes he he joined before me. We we met in law school. He was one of those from the time he was fixed. He wanted to be an agent. And i was like oh dear god. That's do that for. And he he got into the academy and Did the job for a couple of years and was having so much fun. I decided to apply and and and join back in nineteen ninety one. Well let me ask this. I used to clean carpet for a living. And when i walked into assassinate i spent a lot of time looking at the carpet trying to figure out how to have a job. They did with this account then. Of course when i became a carpenter i would go into people's houses and go around beijing. Everything was ruined. But i know you're not joking. I still judge people and how they bag groceries. Yes that's right for two years and was like now i'm humbled bag saving for the first day. That should be the new for all unimpressive states. Humble bag so now when you in your fbi husband who investigates fraud as well when you guys like go out to dinner And they're doing a thing. Where like you go. Oh give me the special. I'll take the card for fourteen dollars out of the cod. But we do have the filet mignon. That'll be thirty. One forty nine like are you guys were working. Are you looking at their eyes off dilated. Do you want to get back into the kitchen. And have a sniff. Ah you know what i'm saying. There's a lotta shit being peddling these days you you tend to be very pessimistic You tend to be you know. You're you're on the lookout. You're doing surveillance all the time. You're you're paying attention to like. Wait a minute you just brought to stake out for that guy two minutes ago. What do you mean they're all gone. So yeah it can get in the way it can you. Can you know you have to dial it back a lot of time. You are we. Are you reading body posture or like when politicians go like okay. I'm going to level with you. Now telling the truth here i go go here right here comes. Here comes up reading all that stuff. Are you trained to read over a second sense. I mean it's not so much training. And i wasn't in you know a quote unquote profiler you you pick up when people are bullshitting you. You'll pick up when people were nervous. Yeah kind of becomes the second sense just from having been around enough and and seeing you know all walks of life. I did some bankruptcy fraud. So i dealt with bankers and and attorney but also dealt with the secretaries that you know that we're filing the complaint so you don't have to learn how to what's the best way to work with this person to get the information you think. They have your take probably so bummed their whole teenage years because they couldn't get anything past you. They acted like they didn't know basically they were like my parents. Yeah they do that. Yeah looping what is your dad magic. Both of your parents were like you'd be telling everyone well. There's a big. There's a big thing when i was a kid. Which is no one. Liked the narc. Kalyan you your kids are two time loser because momma and poppa both dark i mean not real life but in terms of what's going on on the eighth grade school yard you got a couple of years. There were a lot of times we say on. You wanna try that again. Run that by me one more time and then and then the story would change and then okay now. The you know the third sentence in that story they were. They were subjected to a lot. Was it good cop bad cop and you'd come in with like a chocolate yoohoo and then your husband come in and slam down vice versa. Oh i liked it. Dad was softy. And i was one like no i am not buying it. Not selling i if i was an fbi agent. Because i grew up watching all these things. I would flash. I tin all the time. Like if i pull that idea out and just show it to everyone with the fast food counter take box like what name should we put that for that. What a couple of times. I tried that. Well i tried it Once getting pulled.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You know you don't really notice it so much it was microwaves and such but I mean actually everything kind of boils it's just a lower temperature boils faster but it's lower temperature. Yeah baking is is very weird and of course. You don't wanna do run. Wind sprints very often here either but is it you know you know fighters always go to altitude. Trains are oftentimes go to altitude to the us olympic training villages in colorado springs. Yes right not they are five six thousand feet six thousand maybe sixty two. But they're not nine thousand. No they are not so like if hunt story shakes out so you know if you walk up a couple of flights astaire's are you getting a better workout than us doing it out here at sea level. I mean he. Actually they do and a lot of people go to like boulder up here and they'll train and the old way like mountain climbers. Do as you climb high and then you sleep down lower to recover and it does have an effect now when i come back to maryland or something like once a year. Whatever your you know your hemoglobin whatnot you. You can feel it. You've got a definite extra kick for maybe a week or so then you slide back into the same old same coming. Back is probably grueling for a day or two for me now. It's not a big deal no once again. You don't wanna run. Wind sprints but pretty much. Do whatever i needed to do Thanks steve. we'll see on friday night. Great pleasure talking to you pleasure speaking to you. Yeah julio cesar chavez and he was now but he wasn't finding personnel whitaker whose finding another guy with a crazy name. I cannot recall yes up or look at line to speaking of the retired nastya. Pretty big deal. Norma norma retired. Fbi agent now fraud investigator. I am can you hear me. Yeah how long hygena a girl. I i gosh. How long were you do the late show. Friday i do. I mean after after all ballard has word ball in it. So isn't that kind of a natural allers best where she lives. Oh you're always my last name. Yeah wasn't up on the screen but we'll retroactively laugh at that joke. Are i think how long were you with the fbi. I'm twenty two years in the la office the whole time. Where is the downtown. I assume the yeah well. I'm sure it's the big federal building on wilshire. Oh westwood or a downtown less what the. Us attorney's office is in downtown but Yeah we were westwood just below the ucla campus. Norma has seen some things. Did you did fraud investigation. Now i do for anthem insurance company bone to pick with you. Norma how how fast you know when it's fraud. I mean feel like you know it just walking up to the house to interview the person about their back pain you like hiding out taking pictures lifting cement disability. What i don't. I don't i i look more at doctors are over billing the insurance company or i i do some work with Doctors that are over and pharmacies. That might be you know over dispensing nor that little more norm as the reason why doctors will no longer code nose jobs as a deviated septum surgery. Let's just put it that way. Track north exactly tax is always migrate. Thank my headaches are out of control so exactly now. Why retire or d- have to retire. I mean twenty. Two years is a while but you could start at the fbi. Twenty five right exactly. I paid a little later. I was closer to twenty eight twenty nine so i was one of the older people in my class. I had back then at three year. Old when i went back to training at quantico so i i used to tell the guys that would bitch and moan about about how hard life was. Just wait till you get a three year old at home and you have to grocery shop and do all the things that life requires that to me training a little bit like summer camp. I never heard that brought up in any movie where they talked about. Fbi agents that was never never discussion about picking up the toddler from going to me so But did you. Did you have to retire or do they just retire. You fifty no. There's there's an age. And when i when i entered on it was You could come on it If you came at twenty three then the retirement age was fifty six fifty seven so i retired a little bit before that because i got another job offer and once once your pension best actor twenty years It kind of makes sense that if you get a good offer to move lon basically the government you know pays you that pension. They pay you to stay away. Yeah i do have a brian scott question. I got a question. I i never really thought about it because we always do that. Thing where like well after twenty five years you retire but if you start something when you're twenty three this year not that old. Well yes exactly. When i don't feel like the government just pay full freight like i said. I don't know a lot of jobs. Outside of governmental stuff where before the age of fifty. You can just retire and just get paid working. Yeah yeah attention. Came in under the new clothing put newer system and that my pensions about forty percent of what my aunt was. The older agents had a great gig. Because they are their pension was hundred percents anyway. What a little out of the police and law enforcement the locals Tend to have those kinda gravy pensions but now mine kind of forced me To take another job to pay some college tuition. And i just finished building a house and so some of those life expenses i agree with the pension part of it but think about how much the world has changed just in the last twenty two years like you don't want someone hanging out in that job. Technology changes us like we're talking about nine thousand nine hundred nine. What was the internet ninety nine. The compared to war crimes are done now. How crimes. Brian gumbo still trying to figure out. What an at sign. No not not speaking directly to norma's experience but like you want someone hanging out for twenty two your name's norma you haven't mastered the internet. Let's be honest. Titanic on top of.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Like work over there turned grad. It appreciate that. I've been told that In golden colorado. They've added thirty tickets per show so what was sold out is now almost sold out almost so that but there's thirty extra tickets being added onto each show because i don't think that's some variants on an ordinance that allowed them to go to a higher percentage of tickets sold. So that's a buffalo rose. That'll be this friday. Saturday sunny stewing merch. So come say hi all right. Good news Back in good graces with the black community because upi is Made another list of benefits black movies to stream on net flicks so says indie wire so A big deal is your name anywhere. Mention now is not mentioned in the blurb but It's number eight out of eight where we talk about the randomness. It's so funny. Because all the old school people i go. Is it eight out of eight. Or is that a top ten list. And i was like. That's the top ten list number eight. I'm like now. I think they're just eight now. That's the new world order. Well you should start doing your documentaries tyler perry style. This should be called. Adam corolla uppity although z is. So i was. I was trying to figure out how the internet work. And i was looking at time. Well i listen search engines. When i was trying to type in so i i heard a little bit about The the kings the boxing dock. That i was talking about and i was a little unclear. On what the name was. So i went to the search on the tv. And i wrote the king. And i waited for all the options to pop speech. All the everything with king but not the kings k. So then. I was confused because the kings would come up somewhere in the eight offerings. They put their. Because i've right there minus one letter. So then i went back to try to find the name of the thing and it was in fact the kings and in that i was Dawson was telling me about the racing series. Speaking of willy t it's called the sr rx. What is it just as superstar racing superstar racing right so of course. I didn't remember. S rx racing. But i wanted to put that into the queue too so i typed in. I just google in all star racing tv series. And i got a bunch of nascar stuff. I got horse racing. I got nothing. So then i wrote like i think i wrote Classic and late classic drivers and senior. I wrote like legends driver tv series race tv series and budget speaks about. We ask bunch of stuff legend. Askar whatever it was like what the fuck. So then i typed in willy t ribbs race tv series. Nothing came up. But of course other shit came up and i was like. Oh i m db uppity and i thought oh house. I'm house up at he. Doing on the i'm db so i went and clicked on it. Because you know. I'm always confounded by the scores on. Imdb a solid seven point four seven. Give at seven point nine. Which is which is good against you. When you look at the graph. The graph doesn't make the graph does make sense for a seven point nine. Maybe i so it's twenty seven percent gave it a tan at a ten and twenty percent gave it a nine and twenty three percent gave it eight so it kind of all right so eighty percent of the respondents giving eight nine or ten right but still feel that gets you into the aids at some point nine but then of course i am db and i was like all right let me see how not taco bell material is doing which is clocking in at a seven point four. So it's no it's no seven it's no seven nine seven four but it has sixty three percent at ten and seven percent at nine five percentage eight and then just kind of goes down from there. So how does it work out of a. Or why did they give you the graph. I guess is what i'm saying. How does how does the one with considerably more tens get you a seven four than i mean. It's almost three times as many tens. I look i like them both. I'm fine but why. Why is the one higher and then how does it work. And what can we ever get one of the guys from drunk and get this information out of that. I have no idea. My guess is that there's four times as money for five times as many sent him saying twice as many ones like. Maybe that skews it a little bit. I have no idea. Four times as many for for willa on the left zero pint zero point five respondents give it a four for the one the right two point two percent of the respondents gave a four. Yeah well it doesn't. I mean certainly doesn't help but if you're looking at it as a graph like if you had a business and you're talking about selling cars or something it would be a completely utterly confusing. Graph looks like it's in the name of transparency which only makes it more confusing. Yeah so wait to certain number right. I i i do not know but i'm happy with my sixty three percent chance but i'm not having my seven and a half average which is bizarre but again if you're going off the supply graph than just go off the ground or don't supply the graph wildly wildly unsatisfying. All right we got a new rules clip from mar. Play when going on mar. I don't know. I haven't i haven't been asked for a while i used to i used to do. Pi all the time. And then i used to do his new show a few times. I don't know maybe two or three times but We'll be back I guess or i. Won't i have no how any of that stuff works anymore. likely outcomes somebody. Yeah somebody some old some producer. I'm friends with wanted to know. If i wanted to be a guest judge on iron chef yes and i said yeah throw out some dates and then he said that netflix didn't get back to us. So i don't think i don. I don't think i'm i on netflix. But maybe maybe doc well all right. This is mar so mar is intellectually honest. Whatever you think of him. And i think he's had asked full of the sort of woke stors. Many starting to push back a little on that you can see when he recent monologues and recent. I don't know what what it's called his rules rules and new rules and that kind of seems getting kinda kind of fed up with that with the world. We're living in. So we'll max patio act together to forty five of it. We'll play that.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Client swing by the brady and show you how to throw that baseball bobby men. I don't remember any women guest starring. Yeah it's true. They would have they would have your davy. Jones would play the from an event athletes on drysdale and roman. Maybe roman gabriel. Maybe a joe name at. There's something that they never had charro now. Four sisters because carol didn't leave the house she could bring someone home from our shoes cusack housewife and when she got laryngitis invis- told to rash. She couldn't take it like you'd hear the kids talking like i need help. I gotta go in the kitchen. And cook i gotta clean. Something couldn't couldn't shellacked carol. You remember all the songs that the silver platter saying though remember when they gotta keep keep keep on keep on dates through the night to keep on keep on keep on doing. We're going to keep on. Keep on keep on a on. Keep on grooving. Keep on bonding and all through the night. That was a good one. And of course when it's time to change range who you are and what you gonna be is like every boys a man inside girls. The woman to outlast from mother nature. Here's what you gotta. They formed a band called the silver plaque gathering. Because they bought.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Boy picks up the bane of all my god attack where my dragons got a murder of crows above him. That's just removing a young and and their dive bombing them. They're menacing him there on your car what are you doing. I don't know what he's doing standing by the door. Guess he's i guess he doesn't want to turn his back on they're going. That's only three crows. Do not tell me my attack. Rose would not be affected their affected right now. Nothing you can do the school shooter. I before there's nothing you can do and that noise is pretty brutal all that it what it does is it probably taps into every fear humans. Half we don't like stuff from above coming down on us. We like to step over things black scarier than white in nature. They got to the got beaks talons. Which sucked and then. It'll and they make the noise and then it's the randomness of it. They're coming from different directions. You're not sure what the move is a fly over. You gonna hit you in the head or not. Well you know. We live in a world where teachers are saying. I keep a box of rocks behind my desk in case show and tries to shoot this place up and keep a crow better. They're all over the place they're easily trainable and it'll be pretty easy to train trying to crow to stop a mass shooting and you just put them wherever well and anyone who still like laughing at the idea of that like how long have we had canine units. I mean this is the seems like i'm afraid to say that. This idea is almost archaic sounding now. Well whatever you said all right. Your kids are going to a class. They're going to a new school in this school. We have a canine unit. That will charge any guy who brandishes a rifle or gun or weapon a aaron. He'd be like that's that's awesome. You feel the same with the crows. Crows max fatima's rian article they They they recognize everybody. that's the recognized. Everyone's face the certainly could recognize someone pulling a gun out. Of course they certainly could would hear the sound of it. They don't seem to possess any form of fear when it comes to doing their job. That could be somewhere so. It's crow attack season in vancouver right now for the month of june romantic camera. Yeah so they've been sending out like tips of how to avoid these attacks because they said that of course we all know they can remember faces and they can even pass along that information. Wow out on you and also even if you wear your mask they can memorize other characteristics about you. So your mask isn't going to protect you. They said this is the professor of wildlife sciences at the university of washington. He said the only mask. That could help you a halloween mask that you wear on the back of your head of so they attack your face. Yeah your face. So they think because they try to get you from behind they try to attack you from behind it off before you make sweet love to your wife. Because of the kid walks in a by missionary. Richard nixon laying backwards on top of mama. Join it. that's going to be therapy. Usa yeah i would. I don't know maybe if andrew yang becomes the mayor of new york city. I'll pitch andrew yang's kinda guy could he can listen outside the box thinker with all the crazy street crime schmuck. Let them sit on the light. Post your night. We need to train these crows before they train each other l. I was saying chris too. Good a good if you had a stalker to because they recognize everyone always following year. Yeah looking good. Would you feel leaving the house at night. All right Gina what you got. A video of homeless advocate talking about so. I saw this on instagram. I believe the account is homeless people of los angeles. And you know they're always showing like there's a giant encampment fire or there's all this all this thunderdome shit going on here but this one i thought was particularly poignant and nuanced Just set it up and then you hear the guy talking but there is in venice. There is a group of people a group of protesters that have met and they're trying to lay their paper down and make signs to protect and defend the homeless. And look what's going on people of Los angeles oh yes. Thank you and look what's going on right next to them trying to paint these signs to protect the homeless. So they're one trying to put their down and then there's a guy with machetes screaming himself screaming her subscribe. Listen to this. Got back to him. This.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Took a break for several minutes. During which time you were caught masturbating talk after twenty seven years of working there and you since then have been on leave from cnn. Have all that right. Got it all right okay. So let's start down with cnn as somebody who's down with all. I don't want any of this to happen. I wish this never happened. She died in the news like i. I'm all for you know you're getting your cup. No no no no no. Leave this poor guy alone. Don't do this to him. Don't remind everyone was masturbating on zoom call. That was horrific being inappropriate or something some version of that guys she and also it's gotta be weird for the nine year olds in the room because this is just prime time. Nobody's no-one's shutting the door just watching cnn and the kitchen undermining your guest. Now give us your opinion. Mr chronic masturbaters plus. He's got to think about. There's a million different euphemisms for masturbation so he can't go say spanking or choking or grip the commodities all. Everyone's just playing with themselves over here every time to get this right. Yeah anyway that was. That was uncalled for. I gotta watch more time we comfortable. Let's bring in cnn. Chief legal analyst. Jeffrey toobin to about this. And more high jeffrey hollow als-. It's been a while it has been a while indeed. I feel like we should address. What's happened in months since we've seen you. Since some of our viewers may not know what has happened. So i guess i'll recap. I'll do the honors. My god show in october. You were on a zoom call with your colleagues from the new yorker magazine. Everyone took a break for several minutes. During which time you were caught masturbating on camera. You were subsequently fired from that job after twenty seven years of working there. And you since then have been on leave from cnn. Don't have all that right you've got it. All right said to say okay man. That's not cool. Eleven thirty eight pacific. This was all time. Oh yeah yeah. I mean outside yeah sorry. Pacific am sorry. Oh my god. I if i were to but i'd be like then fuck you guys like if you're gonna if you're gonna do me like that no fired from another job. He was on his other gig when he got caught but he should sue her. I really funny is she. Do you think she was doing this against her will or she was like okay if you want to mind. But i'm gonna air all his shit i don't i don't know what the process is. She didn't seem trepidation. S she was like well. Let's i feel like we gotta talk about this. I don't know we'd have to talk to the segment producer. Can we There's video of a crow attack which I did not see but evidently it's making the rounds so says chris guy is going to get on. His car's got a baby crow sitting on the roof of his mercedes so he goes to get the baby crow. Which doesn't look like it can fly as.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The adam. Corolla show with gina grad on news and bald bryan on sound effects plus rape bollywood movie roundup and play the rotten tomatoes game. And now the only thing. He's a stand about our stanley tools. Adam corolla eac get it ought to give it on a judgment and managed to get it off for tuning in. Thanks for friend. We love that about eighteen. Right run so i guess i have to fuck him. Mike hot mic. All right. well. I was Watching the italian job over the weekend remake and remake and movie. it's a solid solid. Is that a different movie than gone in. Sixty seconds okay. I haven't seen either turn half runs down. Oh wow yeah. It's like that with a script. But that's caper movie. I miss an ensemble caper navy. All the oceans and Fun to watch always always fun. My favorite spike lee movie is a movie inside inside man. Oh wow yeah. It's really good. All you'd like thriller Yeah it's not tv. The all right so i i then. Edward norton was the heavy in that movie with the mustache and the mini little thing soul patch or right but i also figured out in movies how you can always tell who the bad guy is now. Facial hair helps how they treat women. Soon but i have the biggest tell for who the baddest people are in movies. So you always know. The bad guy is in a movie and it's always matic it is. It's universal it every single time and it's only the bad guys who do this and is it all. is it only men or can it be women who villains. It's ninety six percent men but it's universal. It's a universal behavior. That wouldn't sound like a tell but it's always tell i can't the bad guy by can solve my movie watching win. The bad guy gets punched by the good guy. Somewhere in the middle of active and in goes down like 'cause if kidnapped the daughter and at some point the liam neeson punches. At of course the good guy always drops him because he's the guy the bad guy then falls to his back wipes a little blood from his lip then when his henchmen go to help if he shakes them on get outta here he doesn't go. He's angry tempting so when his bad guy minion attempt to help. He's scorn scorn he. He's angry he doesn't doesn't way moth. It doesn't go. i got this or anything. He face toasted weirdest thing is. It's like it's always universal. You could always tell the bad guy does it. If a good guy gets whacked his friends help him and he's fine. Let's do it. This is all ego. He's all he's been humiliated and they never accept help now. I would argue. If you have henchmen that would be part of their job is getting back always usually more angry guys trying to help. The guy punched him so that they saw what they do is the good guy punches. Them that go down they drop them. Then he starts get start skip. Hey awesome. Wave is smack their hand and then get up and they wipe a little blood off their nose and they go. You know they say they'll they'll be partout. You're not gonna get away with this directionally more angry at the guys trying to help them right. This is a good. This is all i feel like. This is universal on bond films. I feel like on villain move any bad guy. Even i think even don't he didn't get dropped but member when patchy was losing mo jo and casino and he was kept punching guys. They're always angry at thirty guys. The guys are bad guy very interesting and observance just trying to help. We'll and the henchmen never go. Well sorry your highness names. Try to get you off the ground. They gotta eat it a man right and you said by the way they treat women you know what else is interesting. 'cause i assume you mean they treat them badly. You know like like there. Initially we just watched. They're always initially crazy creepy. Yes you know they they say something like you know when i see something that i like usually take right and i like you at when they meet or jack. Nicholson asking the girl at the counter and departed. You get your period yet gross. But but it's interesting. Because then i thought can you tell by the way they treat animals and way you can offer better so much better. Their animals than the than the hero or anti here. Okay buddy sorry. I missed for three days. I love you but the villain love their pets. Yeah there. I was thinking that before. I launched their extra shut suite two. They're that holds true in real life to sacranie sweet to the lapdog. Super conti to whoever the assistant is on the real housewives of whatever We'll be talking about crew ellison all right so you're going to do a roundup per movies that are back in the theater within twenty meals like. Hey what should i see. You know what this is actually like a really especially good time for movies in the theater. There's a lot of high quality movies so we're going to run him down while speaking back. Jeffrey can call me. Jeff now toobin is back on And he went and sat down. I first time in eight months. He's now he's now back and had a female host anchor down and offer him. Welcome him back which. She had to get into painstaking detail about why he was. Cut eight months ago. A room situation right. Yeah well. I put i think what most people do especially colleagues as they go. Welcome back sorry to hear about the dust up from eight months ago. Put that behind us. Turn the page google. She did not do that. House literally just went over. It's a list. I think it's alison sorry. Alison cammarata all right. So too but sitting right next door cnn. Chief legal analyst. Jeffrey toobin to talk about this and more high. Jeffrey hollow alice. It's been a while it has been a while indeed. I feel like we should address. What's happened in the months since we've seen you. Since some of our viewers may not know what has happened. So i guess i'll recap. I'll do the honors. Help yourself in october view. Were on zoom. Call with your colleagues from the new yorker magazine..

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"brady bunch" Discussed on This is Only a Test

This is Only a Test

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on This is Only a Test

"Still going to want to do a one division recap every week. Even though i know that jeremy and shor were not super hot on the show will. Have you been watching one division. What my side finally dude. I've watched each episode blake at least twice. There's a lot there it's a lot going on. I will can lead. Don't frame me as somebody that doesn't like the show i my stance i will reaffirm my stance right now. I think you should not start watching the show for another two weeks is what i said. I think it's a much more enjoyable show especially with these early episodes Because i think it's personally frustrating. How slow. The overarching story is advancing. On a week. To week time tape. I could play of the modern tightly with ashore only because i can tell that the first of soda we talked about last week were heavy on conceit of the the format of the sitcom format of the recreation of these twentieth century. Sitcoms neck show bewitched And now This most recent episode brady bunch right. I think is what they were kind of going with the brady bunch house look very brady bunch ask it has the open stairs. The whole fan and You know obviously As the execution the the acting the writing the production design is spot on as tributes. Those eras as well. So i think still holding their own being funny and you can tell the amount of the half an hour devoted conceit versus pushing actual story forward and mystery shifting. Louis i could see it shifting. I could use it shifting by the end of the brady bunch episode. I was wanting more revealed slow. Slow-burn was just a little bit too slow for me. So i'm i'm a long time. Binge viewing hater and one of my favorite things of the last few years has been the return of weekly episode. Must watch tv with watchmen and mental oriented and stuff like that. I have thoroughly enjoyed the the languid pace with which the larger store like this developing. Weird relationship the the will they. Won't they will. The people catch them all. That stuff is is fantastic. I love having something to look forward to on thursday nights or friday mornings i like. I'm still incredibly curious where this land. I know that this the there's you do. You need to get spoiler light normally go spoilers here we go just put up on the screen. I'd i'm not familiar enough with those. These comics to know what the sword stuff is other than..

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"brady bunch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Another episode of one division dropped on Friday. Welcome back on Disney. Plus, so it's hard to talk about the show without giving too much away, But we You guys, I think no, the two characters Wanda and vision from the adventures For whatever reason, they're stuck in a sitcom And I know this sounds ridiculous, but No one can figure out why Something's going on there. Basically living in a sitcom, and last week, they dropped two episodes, and in the first one they were in a fifties era sitcom. Then the second episode they were in the sixties. Yeah. And then this episode was in the seventies and had the look and feel of the Brady Bunch. Even the house was modeled after the Brady Bunch House. And things started getting a little darker, like something. Something is haywire, and even the recurring characters are something's not right. And they just can't figure it out. Lex. What did you think about Episode three of one Jeez, I love this show do this episode. It's yet They're fine. They're in color. The neighbors are doing all these weird things. There's a new character where the TCI come from. And there, it's hilarious. We were laughing out loud, at least three or four times. I mean to the point of tears Just so funny. There's an animal scene that I just Died laughing, Did you, Jace? No, but that's all right. Really? Okay, I'll tell you why. In a minute, I'll tell you can't keep going. Of and just all of these supernatural things happen. It just makes you wonder what the heck is going on. And, you know, I like this kind of shows that I just have no idea what's happening. And why. And they kind of its. You know, the nozzle of just showing a little bitch. The last couples the last scene of this episode. What Huh? And that's what's keeping me. It feels fresh, and I'm so glad that Marvel's doing this just feels like something that hasn't been done before. And that's hard to do these days. It is very hard to do in a land you know, in a valley of reboots and re imaginings and recycled ideas. Even if the train goes off the tracks. I will give this show credit and I will hang with it because of its originality. I will not. I will not abandon ship because you have to give abandoned ship you have to give them Um, credit. Um, I enjoyed it. What's funny is the reason I said, I laughed are the reason I didn't laugh is, um I watched I made a horrible mistake and any of us that are up this earlier, Maybe on the shift, you know? Fridays are are are hard days because it's the end of your week. We had dinner and I came back and we started watching it and I started falling asleep. Not, And that is not a referendum on the quality of the episode. That is just I was tired and my belly was full of chicken wings, and I was just real comfortable. But the thing that I was like, Oh, wow, this I'm trying to read all the clues like I'm trying to figure out why is the neighbor like the neighbor that was sawing. He had, like a chainsaw or whatever, and he was going through like this cement barrier. And I was just like, what is the symbolism of that Because I think a lot of the things in this show one division. I think there are symbols that when it's revealed, we're going to go back and go. Oh, my goodness. We missed this and we missed that. I'm trying to look for all of those. I am not a steeped in Marvel as I am. Star wars or even Harry Pooter, So I'm afraid a lot of references are gonna be lost on me. You know what I mean? But I don't let that frustrate me because I I think I'm like, probably 80% of the viewers that we're watching it Now. This is this point. I'm kind of like Do I even go and look at the comics because I also don't want anything to be given away so Yeah, I'll just blissfully watch it. Just watch it. Yeah, I just let it all unfold. I have no I have no clue where this is going. And I love that. I don't know what is the endgame? No pun intended. What is what is the endgame for this and the on Lee theory, and I'll repeat this because I said it. This isn't this isn't a This isn't a spoiler. It's it's been on the Internet. The on Lee thing that I have heard is that this show has already kind of unveiled. The next big, bad character in the Marvel universe. And it's a character called the Grim Reaper. Because there was a I think it was a commercial in the second episode that had the Grim Reaper's, um Not hat, but yeah, basically his his armor. Whatever on a shelf. And from the comics, So people think that you know, like Faye knows was the big bad for All the other movies. This is the next big bad for the next era of Marvel is this character called the Grim Reaper. I don't know. I never I'm not a comic book guy. I like the movies. But I'm so I don't know. But all of the nerds that I follow. That's what they're thinking. So that's fun. Now. I'm looking for that shape. I'm looking for that helmet shape. Helmet I said had helmet. There we go. Um, I'm looking for that. I'm looking for that shape everywhere now, So Yeah, keep thinking as I'm watching vision. The amount of how long does it take to do the make up for that? Oh, yeah, It's really cool The metal on the back of his head, and he's like that brick red in his hands or that color too. They probably have it now, after so many movies, you know, I'm sure they have it. Maybe down to maybe two hours. I would imagine the beginning. It was more like four. Jen asks. Jin sends us between you've got mail and asked us a good question. Can you enjoy your understand one division? If you aren't already invested in the Marvel universe, Lex, What do you think? Yes. I think so, because that's kind of where I am I know of, you know, seeing a bunch of the movies, but I'm not like you said, steeped in it, where I know all the different characters and what's happening. With everyone. I think that you can absolutely still enjoy this. I do, too. I do, too, because it's again. I'm not real steeped in it. I watched the movies. But, yeah, I don't know Every detail like I do. Star Wars like I can watch Mad DeLorean and go. Oh, that Zatz So and so's lightsaber, and, oh, that's a reference to Ah, seen an empire strikes back and I can't do that with this show, and I still enjoy it. Hi. I'm funny, too. That's the other thing. Yes, it is a sitcom. They're trapped in it. But then there's that whole mysterious thing, too. So it feels like there's multiple things going on. That's really exciting. Oh, even Amanda Tweets us to Can we talk about the fact that Wanda Elizabeth that, Olson says Mary Kate and Ashley's sister. Yeah. Yeah, they're yours. They're sisters. I think Colin Colin's likewise. You familiar? And I said, Well versed thing is she's Mary Kate. Nationally, sister. Um, and she's really good. Oh, she good. I enjoy her. And I like their chemistry together. We're talking one division on Disney. Plus, um, New episode dropped as it does now on Fridays. I'm just curious to see where they're going. I'm very excited. I hate this term the journey. I'm excited to take this trip with them, because again, it's so darn original. Hats off. It's so good hats off 8 41. Oh, just stay right there. We have another edition of Why is this on the sheet and I've saved this for I wanted in the show with this. It's something Alexis wrote, and I just Okay. Just don't go anywhere. We'll be right.

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"brady bunch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"brady bunch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That means his neck, his chest and his back. So how are they supposed to arrest somebody, Okay? Wilma bears no responsibility he talks about people fleeing New York because crime is up, wants to blame the pandemic. This and that but never wants to blame himself and had the nerve to say. That New Yorkers deserve an apology from the NYPD. The people of the city deserve an apology. I applaud the attorney general for the thoroughness of her action. On. I applaud the attorney general for her courage, you know? It's hard to speak truth to power. It's hard to speak truth to Theo, NYPD It's hard to speak truth to the mayor of the city of New York. But she did, and that's what doing just this is all about. That's what leadership is all about. He takes absolutely no responsibility for the crime wave that has taken over the city and so many other cities across the country. That's not his fault the other cities, But I'm talking about right here in New York City all over New York, even in nice areas up in Westchester County. Every all these cars are getting broken into homes or getting broken into. It's such a domino effect, because yes, of course, it's The bail reform off course it has to do with the pandemic and people being out of work and people not being in school. All of these things. And now coincidentally, Cuomo's like, Okay, let's reopen the economy. Let's reopen this. Even Mayor Lightfoot, who's in Chicago, which they forget it. They're my goodness. There. Crime rate makes us look like you know, like, so I've seen out of like the Brady Bunch. That it's so safe and everything she's even saying, Oh, it's time we have to reopen businesses reopen the economy reopen schools, which is, by the way, another item on Biden's agenda to reopen schools. What a coincidence there now they meaning. These Democratic leaders are now echoing the Senate. Same sentiments that the GOP the Republicans have been saying all along. Reopen, but do it in a smart, targeted way, right? But they don't want to do that. But now that they see everything is gone, and you've got people high earners fleeing New York City and keep in mind because de Blasio doesn't care that they leave, But keep this in mind that's hop 1%. Of New York City earners. Are they paid half of the tax bill? So when they're gone, who is going to pay that tax bill? Who is going to pay for all of the services here in New York? It's a big domino effect. That's what's happening here. But they don't people don't realize that when you are arrested, you go through the system say you're on drugs or say you're mentally ill. That's the only way A lot of these people get the help they need. So where are they supposed to go? Instead, They just winds up on the streets and winds up committing crimes like that guy that got electrocuted on the third rail in this on the subway tracks. That's what happens. They need help, rather than focusing on perhaps Making sure that drug rehab zehr covered by insurance or building hospitals for the mentally ill and making sure that we're treating mental illness like an actual disease and drug addiction, like an actual disease in these people need actual help. They just want to point fingers. De Blasio's wants to talk about impeaching Trump. And that's all Congress is caring about to impeach a president after he's out of office, which will be a completely moot point a waste of money, a waste of time. And, frankly, I've I feel like it's a slap in her face because we have so many more real problems that I wish Congress could focus on. And said there are political pandering. This is the run down with Lydia Surana. Of course we have to. We have to take your phone calls. I want to hear what you guys think. 1 808 48 w A. B C. That's 1 808 for eight w A B c so much to talk about. Of course we gotta talk about cancel culture. Oh, wait. So you hear who's being canceled now? You talk we listen, says he's talk Radio 77 del anyway, D C. Here's some skin formacion. We know you'll love Also Beauty's love. Your skin.

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Trial by Zoom: Courts Rethink the Jury Trial in the Age of COVID-19

Post Reports

03:50 min | 2 years ago

Trial by Zoom: Courts Rethink the Jury Trial in the Age of COVID-19

"My name is Justin Juvenile Justice reporter for the Washington, Post and I sat in on what we think is probably the nation's first criminal jury trial that was done virtually. It was staged over zoom call out of a court in Texas a misdemeanor court where defendant was accused of speeding in a construction zone. Because this format was totally brand new and hadn't been used for criminal jury trial. The judge in the case wanted to start with the low stakes case there's no jail time. On the table for the woman. It kind of looks like the Brady Bunch opening credits, there's tiles of video feeds across the screen, the judge, the prosecutor, the defendant, and all seven jurors in this case had video feeds going at the same time and the judge could ask. Questions to the attorneys and the attorneys could question witnesses who dialed in when it was the appropriate time for them to give their testimony. There is definitely some of that awkwardness throughout the call. There is your typical problems that people would probably be familiar with with zoom like audio freezing. Video freezing in fact, at the very outset of the trial, just a couple minutes in. One of the jurors video feeds froze as the judge was giving instructions and it brought the whole trial to a halt. The judge his staff tried for a number of minutes to get the jurors video feed fix. Ultimately, they couldn't get it fixed and the jurors had to be dismissed from the jury because of that technical glitch and he was. One of five jurors who had to be dismissed either during the trial during jury selection for technical issues. There are interesting little moments as well. One of the jurors was at home and she had a cat and during the call, the cat was in the background tearing up per calendar as she was trying to listen to instructions from the judge and listen to people who are testifying in the trial. So it's a brave new for for the justice system. Even, before the pandemic preceding immigration and bail hearings were occasionally conducted over video but that shift has accelerated in the past six months during the pandemic more and more courts have embraced doing things virtually, Bhai Zoom we've seen courts across the country use zoom for sentencing hearings, motion hearings, and all different types of proceedings that before the pandemic period were not done online. Texas is a good example. Since March the courts have held more than seven hundred thousand hours of virtual hearings for sentencings and motions and other things. They've actually been able to keep up with the vast majority of their trials unlike some places where. Because Proceedings have been shut down during the pandemic. There's now big backlog of cases they've been able to keep with their trials. They report also that there judges have been more efficient in Texas judges have to travel sometimes hours to preside over hearings in different across the state. Now, the judges can just log on from home in jump right into a trial in it cuts down on on travel time. They say, also it's actually improved justice in the sense that more defendants showing up for hearings a lot of people who might have been skipping out on hearings like landlord addiction. Hearings are now they're showing up because all they have to do is log on from home. So it's actually showing some benefits,

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‘Golden Girls’ House Sells For More Than $4M In Brentwood Los Angeles

The Bobby Bones Show

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

‘Golden Girls’ House Sells For More Than $4M In Brentwood Los Angeles

"House. Remember, it was on the market. It sold for over a million dollars above asking price is which is her crazy, And there was some rumors that Betty White maybe bought it. I didn't know that rumor. Yeah, she didn't. Some people are wondering of HDTV bought it because they bought the Brady Bunch house back in 2018. But the word is that no celebrity bought it, but they spent $4 million to get this house. Which is on ly 2900 Square feet, and it's just the exterior to this on the golden girls. The inside of the house was a set in Los Angeles. Yeah, the exterior of the house is in Los Angeles. Oh, the whole thing is driven by it. That's why it's in. It's in L A than that last bite so expensive golden girls in L. A. I was like a wild house in Florida. Sell them. Yeah, but the specs on ever I've been tricked. No, such a door. Three million And it's all for forces. Someone really, really wanted it. I'm such a dope to think that

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Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update

All About Android

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update

"I'm Jason Al.. And I'm Ron Richards. And I'm Florence Ion. Yeah. Hello to the two of you and actually opening it up here because we do have the Brady Bunch on the screen to the three of you because welcoming to the show for the first time Damian wild video producer at night if five, Google also host of the night if I've daily Podcast, amy, I'm a big Fan. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Yeah. So. It's been a long time coming to come. See me previously vote. Funny. Even though this time zone differences but yeah, could be here. Yeah. I know for that. I had to apologize we often have guests on this show who are not you know over here in the you know the three time zones that we exist in here in the US or the four times rather So as a result, you are up at one am in the morning joining us him for that Oh i deeply thank you anyone who has to get up and sacrifice their sleep for this show. Thank you so much. No problem that is dedication. That's amazing. Thank you. Donnie award for staying up. On not to make it a race or competition or anything wind Matteo. Comes on it's usually like three or four PM. So his appearances happened to be like the absolute worst time but apparently, it doesn't seem to faze him that much. But anyone that has the sacrifice their sleep for a podcast like I don't know if I would do that. Well, actually I do know that I wouldn't because my podcast studios in our master bedroom. So, that would mean my wife would have to sleep in a different room and I'm not gonna put her through that just for. A race but I did do for am when I was in Romania that one time or four. jetlagged and that was my first night in Romania. So that was. Hard also works in the other direction because Jason didn't cover the Samsung of it last week. Yes. Yeah. What was that that seven am which is A sacrificing. And I was watching and solidarity because I was there with the kid watching you and listening to you Leo kind of. The show because you have a young one. So let's be real. You're probably up at least two hours prior to that anyways. So It's true. anyways. David it's really great to get you on I've I've follow nine to five Google. So closely, as you'll see in today's rundown, we have so many nine to five Google stories in here also partially because you're on and we'd like to. Work and everybody at your sites work when we bring you as on. So thanks for hopping on. We have a lot of interesting stuff to talk about. So let's jump in with some news. I can show you five new things that I can do. While now and curious not. All. Work. So cool. Thanks for that. I miss her so much I Miss Studio so much I'm not GonNa like it was definitely. It was a constant in my week that I really S. Well. anyways. While I'm missing the twit HQ, we can talk about five new things coming your android phone as was the big reveal this morning from Google. WE'RE GONNA quickly run through the five little things and then you know kind of talk a little bit about it afterwards. So the first thing is emergency location services are now available. For Eight hundred million people in twenty nine different countries, and this is actually a pretty big deal. So emergency location services, or E. L.. As they're known some places, it doesn't require hardware and he downloads or updates, and this particular ability is built into Google play services and will work for any phone running android four point one and up, which is great Some of the benefits of this include faster response times for emergency calls and better accuracy for location data. So if happened to need assistance, it'll be a little more precise than just relying on you know standard old location data. Second big new feature or earthquake alerts. Now you might be thinking, why do I care I don't live where you guys live in California, but might I remind you last week North Carolina had a random earthquake. So this probably is very well timed Now, android phones that can detect earthquakes with the android earthquakes alerts system. So it has its own name it will run an Android Pfeiffer, no devices, and above, and if you're in California receive earthquake alerts powered by shake alert, which is kind of the West Coast is program for announcing earthquakes I. Guess split-second before they happen basically duck and cover. TAP weight. Onto a little more at lighter updates to the ANDROID Speier android auto is getting a couple of new refreshed features so. Little more contextual information especially for calendar entries. So like smart displays, android auto will give us insight into the daily schedule calendar events and directions where you need to go based on those calendar events. You can also manage the preferences in the settings APP, which he didn't have much control over before. So now if you don't WanNa be bothered while you're driving, you don't have to or you can have all the alerts come out you because you're just a busy bee with places to be.

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How to Run An Amazing Virtual Event

Marketing School

04:08 min | 2 years ago

How to Run An Amazing Virtual Event

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su. Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how to run an amazing virtual event. But maybe we'll get some context everyone I as to what are amazing virtual event was I. It's a growth accelerator virtual events we had. Let's give some people some color what we have. We had to mazing speakers we had great networking one networking with speed networking. Group networking and we had chat to connect everyone afterwards we did this over the course of four weeks. Each week is about three hours or so we've ended hot seats where we help people with their business and people were helping each other. You know we aren't able to do live right now. So we decided to do are virtually event and we wanted to see how he would do with that. So it's a new challenge for US Neil you want to add some more color to that before we talk about how to be amazing. Sure and I know some you it seemed like is virtual events really worth day she ended up doing it if you do it right it's definitely fun eric and I had a blast doing it not just as the host but we learned a law. We've got to interact with a lot of people and there's ways to set it up where almost like a real conference when you're interacting in person as well and if you do that ends of the really fun experience, a couple key. Things I think just to let everyone know we didn't get it perfect I. Still think we're improving this Neil nihar driving to do the best we can with these live or virtually the verse to we made a lot more mistakes than the third and fourth one really gotten. Yeah. Our Ratings at seven on the first one that it improved like an eight one up to a nine state at nine for the final one. But yeah, let's talk about it. So a couple of things that. We maybe we should talk about the mistakes we made. I think some of the key mistakes we made was not vetting detect platform enough meaning. So we use a new platform called hopping. That's H. O. P. I. N. before we moved back to zoom but that's where I can talk about that later. But what we've learned is that you can't just say these people speak these events and they're experiencing you have to test every single person which I think meal night we've always been on. The other side where it's like Oh God we have to go to ten minute test again, and then it's like you do it every single time but there's a reason for it because you don't want to be a weird in our first two speakers the very first two they had tech issues we had echos people could enjoin didn't know how to share their screen. So we just had a lot of issues and if we had tested with every single speaker, we would have had much experience. We would have much much smoother experience. The big thing that. I ended up learning from this is you don't just want to use this that makes it seem like glorified Webinar. That was the biggest mistake that I think we made and we got that in be back as well. If you do it through things like zoom and the way it was set up in Eric, you should probably talk a little bit more about this. 'cause you did more than I did on that and especially we were able to make it seem like event where you're not working learning from others almost like in Nevada versus something that was glorified Webinar that would be done over the computer. Yeah we got really good feedback from one of our members Ricardo. He was making it a key point to just say, Hey, look, we use hop in initially because the week before I spoke at virtually bend had nine hundred people or so it had some interesting features which we can talk about. But we ended up switching back to zoom meetings not zoom Webinar like right now we're on zoo but our and you can see we have a couple of days in here we can't see their faces we can't really interact. So instead what we did is we did a zoom meeting. We did it Brady bunch style so we can. See Everyone's face and the presenter would speak and then people would amuse themselves and then they would basically asked her questions and then it would be an interactive thing instead of someone reading the text and entering the human connection the bonding there is more of that granted were not in person but that what much further and the final thing I'll add to zoom is we ended up using breakout rooms, breakout rooms, put us into separate groups of five where we talk about Seo or different books or different prompts that allowed for even closer bonding. So we're glad that we switched back to zoom for those

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NFL relevance for Tom Brady, Tampa Bay reflected in five prime-time games

SportsCenter AllNight

02:02 min | 2 years ago

NFL relevance for Tom Brady, Tampa Bay reflected in five prime-time games

"Yes Sir the NFL schedule release for the hopeful coming season and spot lighting that schedule drew Brees Tom Brady now division rivals in the NFC south rank warning to an NFL passing yards passing touchdowns and completions all time faceoff of four twenty five eastern kick off on the opening Sunday of the season the Brady bunch or schedule for a Max a prime time games that's five including three consecutive weeks six through eight meantime Freddie Coleman on the idea of star power now with the box we know this especially the National Football League when you have star power you want your star power with the most eye balls can be able to see that star power that's why to to have a booking is got a lot of league games they've had more games this year five in terms of prime time window games than in the previous seventeen years of being so close I don't know that five prime time games this year for Tampa Bay they only have four prime time games in the last seventeen years that's the effect the Tom Brady that's why the NFL wants to be here for everybody they know the kind of star power that they have especially when they're your biggest star is starting over in a new city against eight nothing still hall of fame star with a plea to the twice that the vision media drew Brees the New Orleans Saints that's what the NFL even though they were tentative even though Roger Goodell said in a statement wanted to make sure that Hey we want to be here for you we know yet says the paper schedule each and every year but in preparing to play this season as scheduled they will continue to make decisions based on the latest medical and public health advice they had to put that out there because you'd be dumb not to but they also know that no matter what the stars you want to see we're determined to make sure what the fans in the stadium and not that we're going to give you exactly what you want that's why we got all this pomp and circumstance with the NFL schedule release parties I'm calling it that is happening all

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Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

"This is the holiest week for Christians in a major Jewish holidays under way but celebrants are having to adjust their traditions in the age of a pandemic and social distancing yes at temple Emanuel in Beverly hills they're having fun with the online seder concept converting the Brady bunch theme song for the Passover holiday in northern Virginia Rebecca Waxman hosted the celebration via zoom with more than twenty guests on the call everyone's gonna bring their own chairs bring their own law New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says it can't be like years past because of the virus threat I cannot say this strongly enough we cannot gather together and president trump lamented an Easter Sunday where church pews will be empty what would have many Easter's together his church's in the future hi Jackie Quinn

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Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

"This is the holiest week for Christians in a major Jewish holidays under way but celebrants are having to adjust their traditions in the age of a pandemic and social distancing yes at temple Emanuel in Beverly hills they're having fun with the online seder concept converting the Brady bunch theme song for the Passover holiday in northern Virginia Rebecca Waxman hosted the celebration via zoom with more than twenty guests on the call everyone's gonna bring their own chairs bring their own law New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says it can't be like years past because of the virus threat I cannot say this strongly enough we cannot gather together and president trump lamented an Easter Sunday where church pews will be empty what would have many Easter's together his church's in the future hi Jackie Quinn

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Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

"This is the holiest week for Christians in a major Jewish holidays under way but celebrants are having to adjust their traditions in the age of a pandemic and social distancing yes at temple Emanuel in Beverly hills they're having fun with the online seder concept converting the Brady bunch theme song for the Passover holiday in northern Virginia Rebecca Waxman hosted the celebration via zoom with more than twenty guests on the call everyone's gonna bring their own chairs bring their own law New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says it can't be like years past because of the virus threat I cannot say this strongly enough we cannot gather together and president trump lamented an Easter Sunday where church pews will be empty what would have many Easter's together his church's in the future hi Jackie Quinn

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Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

"There's at temple Emanuel in Beverly hills they're having fun with the online seder concept converting the Brady bunch theme song for the Passover holiday in northern Virginia Rebecca Waxman hosted the celebration via zoom with more than twenty guests on the call everyone's gonna bring their own chairs bring their own law New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says it can't be like years past because of the virus threat I cannot say this strongly enough we cannot gather together and president trump lamented an Easter Sunday where church pews will be empty what would have many Easter's together his church's in the future I'm Jackie Quinn

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Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Jews prep for a pandemic Passover: Smaller but no less vital

"There's at temple Emanuel in Beverly hills they're having fun with the online seder concept converting the Brady bunch theme song for the Passover holiday in northern Virginia Rebecca Waxman hosted the celebration via zoom with more than twenty guests on the call everyone's gonna bring their own chairs bring their own law New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says it can't be like years past because of the virus threat I cannot say this strongly enough we cannot gather together and president trump lamented an Easter Sunday where church pews will be empty what would have many Easter's together his church's in the future I'm Jackie Quinn

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Tom vs. Team: Why Brady is Moving On

ESPN Daily

08:52 min | 3 years ago

Tom vs. Team: Why Brady is Moving On

"Well amidst everything happening in the world. Right now Tom Brady singlehandedly. Wrestle control of the new cycle and in the process basically gave us in sports media a miniature stimulus package by announcing that. He's leaving the New England patriots. Seth you have covered Brady forever. You've been to his house. You've covered this team for a while. What was your initial reaction to today's news? I think it's been in the works for a long time. I think it's been in the works since training camp and I think that people just didn't want to believe it New England fans didn't want to believe it some media members didn't believe it. Even people close to Tom. Brady didn't want to believe it. Even the people who did believe it in some ways didn't WanNa believe it and yet here we are I should note here that all season long says McCain has been texting me. I think this happened. I think this is going to happen. And I've written back really come on really stuff so you were right and here. We are and as you mentioned not. Everything's been roses in New England for quite a while now and we'll get to that but until I think this season. It didn't seem realistic to a lot of people that he would actually leave. So let's go back to the beginning of the year. When did that start change? Well I think that he almost left training camp because he was so frustrated about the contract negotiations that were going on with the Patriots for years. Now he is wanted a commitment and he has said with every ounce of sincerity that he wants to play until he's forty five years old and I think there's a part of him that felt like he had earned that commitment from the New England patriots but in lieu of that. He just wanted clarity. If you don't want me here fine I'll move on but you have to let me know and in the fall of eighteen. He signed what was termed at the time. As a two year extension was not an extension it was essentially five million dollars in bonuses that he never hit and then this year he entered the year as fifteen million dollar quarterback on the books which is astounding in August. He and his camp were in negotiations with the Patriots again. They were not interested in committing beyond a year to him and again reportedly he almost left training camp because he was so frustrated about it but when he finally did commit to playing and sign the deal he said all along that he was just an employee there. I show up and do my job. I'm an employee like everyone else. I'M GONNA show this week to do the best. I can do a quarterback when he said I'm just an employee here that was a little bit different and everybody always knew that even though Tom Brady could say he was a player just a player. Everyone knew that he was Tom Brady. Everyone knew that he could talk to. Robert Kraft whenever he wanted to. Everybody knew he go to Robert. Kraft's house whenever he wanted to so. It was always a little ridiculous that he would say that. I find your point about him saying. I'm just an employ really interesting because everybody knows that bill belichick is fairly ruthless. Really when it comes to you know how he manages personnel in his job is GM. He will move on from a star a legend right away but it was always the assumption. Tom Brady was above that he was not just an employee. He wasn't just any player to ballot. Check do you think that changed at some point recently or do you think that's always been the case? I think it's always been the case but I think what changed was Tom's perspective. I think the assumption was that it was Bella. Check who would be willing to move on from Brady and cut or trade him. Even though we all knew that Robert Kraft was never gonNa let him cut or trade. Tom Brady unless things got so bad that he had no choice to do it. I think there was always the presumption that Tom Brady wanted to retire a Patriot and again the past couple of years. There's been a lot of turmoil in the building. Twenty years is a long time to spend working so closely with a ruthlessly driven coach like bill. Belichick there's one assistant who told me working one year with bill. We'll take a year off your life and Tom's been in that system for a long time and he's tired he wants to do something new. I think that's were Brady. Decided to take control of his story and changed things Brady starts talking about himself as an employee and I think this sense of unease sets in did that persist throughout the twenty nine thousand nine season. He's a professional bill. Belichick said professional once. They're they're they're going to do everything they can to win every week but the season for the Patriots was weird season. It was a weird season because their offense didn't pull its weight for the entire year and that's very rare especially the last half of Brady's career with the patriots as they become they become so much of a pass. Heavy offense dominated team you know. Obviously they had Antonio Brown pretty was very excited to play with him. They light up the dolphins with Brown in the lineup. Antonio Brown had been accused of sexual assault then. A sports illustrated article comes out detailing. All kinds of new allegations and Robert Kraft who says he doesn't involve himself in personnel and football decisions makes a decision organizationally that they're gonNA move on from him. Brady was very upset about that and I think bill belichick was upset about it too. They wanted to see what the offense could do with Brown and so I think that's one of those sort of hidden moments from the season that I think ends up becoming a bigger deal than it was because after that the New England Patriots is here without Rob Gronkowski. Just couldn't get a receiver as open as they were accustomed to in the past. And so the offense just didn't play very well into remember at one point in the season. It looks like the Patriots were. They were talking about going undefeated again and then they lose to Miami in the last game of the season at home and then they come out against the titans in the in the wildcard round of the playoffs. The Patriots were beaten up for most of the game and yet late in the game. The Patriots got the ball back and it just looked like they were going to recapture the magic. The magic that were so accustomed to seeing from Tom Brady. He hit a pass for about twenty yards. Got a little bit of breathing room and then the drive just stalled and on second down Brady threw outside of Julian Edelman white behind Brady Bunch. Before it was an out route join Dorset Britain dropped back. It was a route two oldest football. It's a route that these guys have run so many times over the years short set walks in on the side at the forty five yard line turning to run an element dropped the ball and even though that's not when the game ended it felt like the game ended right there. You could feel the air. Go Out of the stadium. You could feel the wind. Go out the New England patriots sideline it just felt that after twenty years after all those super bowls after winning and losing some of the greatest games in NFL history. This run was over. That's the way it felt to me. Tennessee titans have come into foxborough and defeated. Tom Brady and the pats twenty to thirteen in his wildcard. Rob You were there. What was brady like in the aftermath? I've seen Tom Brady. After a lot of losses I've seen him after a lot of season ending losses. He looks physically ill. After losing a game that ends their season but against the titans after losing game ended their season this year. He seemed different. Usually Tom waits a long time. The game to come to the podium and granted the game ended late but he came out of the locker room like a hurricane and he got to the podium and was in no rush to leave. He sat he chatted. There's nobody who had a better career I would say to me. I just being with them so I'm very blessed and I don't know what the future looks like so I'm not going to predict it so I wish you'd want tonight and We should done a lot of things better over the course season but we just tend to get the job done. It was just a different vibe that he put out there that I've ever seen before and when he left and he walked out. He just had a vibe that he was over it he was done.

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'Downton Abbey,' 'Breaking Bad,' and Why TV Is Still Jealous of Movies

The Big Picture

10:18 min | 3 years ago

'Downton Abbey,' 'Breaking Bad,' and Why TV Is Still Jealous of Movies

"Chris. You're here along with Amanda because you know a lot about television and Amanda and I are for a little bit out on television sort of as a general rule. I'm post. TV POST TV separate succession. Now there are some television shows that I love. I started to watch when this weekend that I think is incredibly well made which is called unbelievable but I was just home with my mom for a little while and she while she's a stranger to cable news but she adorable still gets a lot of her news from the newspaper so two days later she'll be like. Did you hear about Joe. Biden and I'll like what what do you mean. Did something new happens you know. Did you hear about this phone. Call and that's just what you did with unbelievable where you were like. I'm breaking to you guys that there's this show well no now. I admit I am one one week late and you've already covered the show on the WOK yeah. We've already covered the sh the show on the site. I just didn't have the time to get to you. I hear you I'm seeing all these movies but one thing that is interesting that it's happening right now is is that I even though the just happened and even though TV is having this incredible boom time I feel like TV is still a little jealous of the movies and we know that because Downton Tanabe rather than comeback as an eight part miniseries has decided to become a full length feature film and the people said. Yes they said Yes to the tune of thirty three million dollars a lot of money for an extension of the Downton Abbey University was a show that was popular and a phenomenon sort of when it started. I believe the first episode of the Hollywood respective podcasts was a recap of the Dow naby premier guess which is just amazing what times past its Niche Butler's Butler's and and and you know that's a show that I liked and I really did you recap Amanda you recap what an amazing time capsule of our life on the Internet in creating culture and now it's a fulling feature feature film which is something that I think twenty years ago it had happened you would have said Downton Abbey really grew up and stepped up to the big leagues in this case. I wonder how you guys feel about what what it means to extend what was once a broadcast. TV Show into movie platform and also like why why this movie work. Why did it work so well. I have a couple of sites and the answer answer of why to turn it into a feature film is money which worked out because it made thirty three million dollars we had a great piece on the ringer last week by writer named Kate Loyd who's based in London and it was he's about the downtown Abbey Economy essentially in how the show changed both tourism in the UK and like she went to a lot of fancy locations and like talk to British these people but also how it changed the British TV industry and down abby the show. Was this wakeup call I think for people in the UK okay that people would from other parts of the world would watch when these costume dramas it was kind of a revival of the costume drama and also had a finance the shows so that they could me distributed around the world and so the piece argues that you know everything from peaky blinders to howards end to all of the things that we now consume and treat as part of the television firmament at least the latest generation of them are a result of Downton Abbey success right that show relaunch yeah Adia so in that way. It's not that surprising to me that it did while because it was like a legitimate phenomenon and we've lived with it for a long time in maybe season six. I wasn't as great as season one but it made a lot of money in a lot of people liked watching it. It's short relief to because the two other big releases over the weekend and that it beat out were ad Astra which was covered at length on this podcast last week and as a movie that I would recommend people see and Rambo last blood. Did you catch up with that Chris. I didn't see I saw ad Astra instead of Rambo because this was not playing anywhere near me. Oh that's a shame why was that I woke neighborhood for you. so neither of those films which are very male centric stallone doesn't play well in. Philly yeah that's a good point you'd think he'd be in every theatre getting but I guess partially one of the the reasons why down succeeded so well is because a lot of women saw this movie and it was the primary opportunity for women at checkout films one week after hustlers dominated the box office and sensing a trend here if you like this happens four five times a year when people are like there are movies for women as well yeah. I think that's true also float yes women see movies. Rah Rah route whatever old people really see movies and the theatres is there is nothing better to do with your time if you got a mom or Gramma Ma than to take them and see the Downton Abbey. That is just wholesome entertainment for everyone so I think that that is as important. The age is as important as the gender breakdown on this one. Let's let's just very quickly. Even though Chris has not seen the downton movie talk about what's good about the downs and movie you and I attempted to recap the film for Chris via slack last week. You feel like we did a good job. Ah Yeah I think so recognized all the names. All the actions made sense I just did they didn't really come together in a sort of visual sentence for me so that is actually a notable spoke to Michael Angler about this. It is a little bit of Downton on steroids. You know the theme music is amplified in such a way that maybe they had three hundred more brass instruments. Mintz played playing the theme song. There's a lot of drone shots of Downton Abbey. It is it is a a muscular rise version of this upstairs downstairs costume drama the film itself did strike me though I think you may have originally said this to me as just one long episode of Downton Abbey to me it was like a Christmas special sel which they do in the UK and I think it was the season two Christmas special of Downton Abbey which is when Matthew and Mary finally get together and like kissing the snow outside outside of the side of the House I would say it's on par with the Christmas special except for like to party set-pieces instead of one as you said and fancier dresses addresses and I guess there's like a first episode climax halfway through the movie and then a second episode kind of bringing everyone home. The thing is downstairs to get into some hijinks and then there's ramifications upstairs. It's crazy what happens on almost like it's upstairs downstairs I thought it was an enjoyable movie and I'm not surprised that it was successful. I'm surprised it was successful. It was also the biggest movie in the history of focus features which just fascinating I have spoken to some people who worked worked on this movie and they have when they acquired the rights to release this movie. They said we have our IP. We have our version of superhero movie and focus features. That's what I was. GonNa say really leans into that older audience that you're talking about the identify women as their audience much more clearly and this is a part of the same strategy so I wouldn't say necessarily the Ad Astra had this problem but I do think that it is near impossible to sell anything anymore without some pre existing kind of awareness of what you're getting when you walk into it just because there's so many options for people that if you just sorta like here's a movie about butlers and rich people story. Michelle dockery people are going to be like I don't know but if it's something that they have this decade long relationship leashes ship with if they have the kind of extra screen relationship that they have they cared about and if there is like I was I was watching a lot of linear television this week because I was with my mom. We were watching the Ken Burns documentary. There was down Abbey stuff sandwich. Every episode of the Ken Burns Documentary Music talking to the country music to let you know it's coming out. Here's the history of the show. Here's a recap of everything that happened. Here's the making of the show like they actually did their push. It just just happened on public television. We didn't see it as much necessarily as like Robert Downey junior driving around in an Audi with a Samsung phone pushing vendors do you think that this is now now a sort of MCI -ation of Downton or is this just a one off thing that they struck gold on this one movie or is there going to be another one have been teasing the sequel for weeks. Now that's yeah yeah they've been talking about how the possibilities open and I think you know which is code for. Yes it will happen and they certainly leave the door open in the movie. Everyone is in in a happy place but more hijinks cannon sue and I'm sure well a Dan. I'm curious how far you can probably only take down into world war. Two 'cause post World War. Two I think all of those states just for their museums museums the economy economy of the upper class in the UK just breaks down and it's just not how upstairs downstairs doesn't really apply as much anymore the film kind of glances at the end to the how much longer can this go on which I thought was an interesting potential way to seal office equal in the end zone dunkirk what we'll talk about this more. Maggie Smith is in this movie Maggie Smith Chris do modify spoil Israel okay. I guess if you are really really strict about spoilers. Turn it off now. Even but Maggie Smith gives a speech that's kind of like a farewell speech but notably nothing actually conclusively happens to whether Maggie Smith math will be in future episodes of down nappy. TV show or something happens to her but then they're like. We'll see what happens yeah she could've done urge becomes iron man. It's incredible credibly. She defeats the end of the movie. It's wild. It's nineteen twenty seven in this movie that's right. They've got like twenty more years. Yeah okay. What's interesting to me about. This is is the movies in theaters. It's an extension of a television show there have been there's been the super sizing of TV shows into movie form a lot over the last year. This isn't the first first time it's happened. In the ninety. s we saw the kind of like met a rift commentary on things by having. Beverly hillbillies movies and Brady Bunch movies now what we have is just a more clear extension of the stories that originally told there was a dead movie earlier. This year was a between two ferns movie also released over the weekend which is not quite the same serialized television but is in the same tradition in a way away and then in October. We have a breaking bad movie called El Camino Dave Dina do this for a long time. They've been dying to get this kind of multiplatform storytelling going because of the amount of money there is if you can actually do what they wanted to do with dark tower where you can tell something that has has a feature presentation that maybe is the sort of the danger of the story but like you have other storylines going on TV and that you could actually create a like twelve month a year sport out of your story. That's why they want you know and now there are different things now.

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Jets' Sam Darnold out with mono, could miss weeks

The Bill Simmons Podcast

07:26 min | 3 years ago

Jets' Sam Darnold out with mono, could miss weeks

"Is the jets season already over. That's number four it. It feels like it. It certainly feels like it from the jets fans that I know who have already just like Oh my God. It's not even mid-september yet so that's how it felt just after game one right before mono for the seventy and sixteen loss to the bill seventeen unanswered points and and even by the instant jets Adam Gay standard a really astonishing press conference to explain or really not explain anything anything that had happened in the game where he said in a quote. That's the beauty part being a head coach. I can basically do what I want. That was in response to someone asking about apptime Montgomery snap count leave. That's response to talking about time Montgomery that how are you GonNa talk about Sam Darnold having mono or Levian bell getting an MRI on his shoulder anything actually consequential. When do we think Sam Darnold had mono because they got the ball back with like a little less than three minutes left down one? They only had two forty yards at home for riphil goal and they looked like an absolute shit show. I don't know I think that's that's a question after today's announcement because he's it sounds like he's GonNa miss a Lotta time unclear how much the things that they said is that he lost a ton of weight so then you wonder about his physical readiness CBS last week even to play like what was his conditioning. What was his stamina? Maybe that did have some sort of a fact act. I don't know but I think it's one of these jets stories where the instant reaction on twitter and on the Internet was like low mono and it's like you're saying it's actually not funny. It's a serious illness and yeah yeah. It is terrible way to derail the beginning of Sam Darnold Sophomore Season boot because it's the jets the impulse to say oh my God like how many things are gonNA happen to the jets only heading into week two and they have their Monday night football. They have the browns game on Monday night. The browns Ashley also coming off a disappointing week. One is kind of like instantly feels like a must-win game for both of these teams you look at the schedule. There's a real chance especially with donald out that they can start cr Owen sex like a real chant what happened to the line today. After the motto announcement the Browns went from minus three to minus seven yeah I mean that seems reasonable right. Ever seen is going to play quarterback as reasonable. If you actually watch Sam Darnold last weekend but go ahead of schedule the schedule is browns this week loss New England and week three loss by and week for a very very fortuitous bye week placement. They're good for the jets fans just emotionally they get they get a brief reprieve early in the season and then it's Philly Dallas in New England again brutal brutal that's L. draft picks Levian who by the way they might be injured when rusher but him but he would have to go nuts and one of those games levy on bell unclear what the severity he is. He's got soreness in his shoulder getting an MRI CJ Moseley. They're big ticket from Raven. One of my one of my favorite is good in the first half of the jets. He looked fabulous to give him a huge contract. He's hurt art sounds like he's progressing well but it's unclear when exactly he'll be back the already loss quincy for the entire season first round draft pick from the past draft when Williams it's not practicing right now ankle injury. If a lot of injuries mounting they had to they had to elevate Luke faulk Washington state talk on this podcast yeah so far I was not expecting us yeah from the practice squad to get ready to be the backup quarterback for Monday night football game that is now the place you WanNa be in week a two and then geese all of this get off his his announcement today of the Darnold mono illness was so bizarre like even by hi. The Adam Gates bizarreness scale standard. Here's what he said. Fourteen has mono and we'll be out for this game. You can't say you're starting quarterback's name name fourteen. He then continues so trevor will be starting okay big for all of our trevor say like nine starting. It's strange and then you can use in Luke. Falk will get elevated at some point. It'd be the backup so that would be that that he concluded then then the other thing that happened this week is that manish head report and the Daily News that way in case was still at the dolphins he broke the story SARCI prefer he was in love with one quack fell in love with the tape that he was crunching the film that he was studying. Oh it's Baker Mayfield okay sign like probably a lot of NFL front offices and coaches thought Baker Mayfield was the best quarterback in the draft. That's fine. Here's here's ears this Zinger bill he reportedly also preferred Josh Allen to Sam Darnold and did not quote didn't believe that Darnold had star potential so that's the thing that's now out in the world and even though he wasn't the jets doesn't matter it's like the thing that people are talking about is that Adam could would be made up sure I mean it could be somebody just league in that too mannish just to screw a random guess. It's definitely possible is just like the general tenor around Jason. The team makes it kind of hard. Doubt anything you here. It's one of those situations pretty pretty quickly gotten to that place like again you back to the way he was talking. After after the bills loss in just like the line played like shit the receivers played like shit the DB's played like shit you know he wasn't actually using foul language processing but he was pretty willingly throwing hired knitting them right because he's a Dick and Peyton manning is a hall of Famer of all time WHO's like show I kinda I like this Dick. He just says his mind Cher and he can handle it but if you put somebody like that with a young team in young quarterback in the big city might not be here I I am. I made excuses for news of Miami because the roster they did so many weird things for that. It was even hard to evaluate fused coach but I don't like anything he's done so far at the jets. He just seems kind of like a jerk. Never forgot that this is a man who said that the Internet and social media are pollution of the brain while he might not be wrong in that. I just want to say one thing on mono. Yeah 'cause I do think people underrate it and I think think it all stems back to a famous Brady Bunch episode seventies where it became you know it's a sitcom that was one of the formative shows has the seventies everybody under the age of I would say thirty five in every brady bunch probably right kyle over thirty five nine hundred thirty five kiling once I had had monitor just didn't watch other Brady thirty five over I would say at least knows all the brady bunch episodes right and that kind of made light of motto and it's like Yeah you can actually he died from on how you can get on school and not come back for two months right. It's like making kissing jokes but it's weird. It'd be like Kazan. darnold might have leukemia but models like really bad. It's it's it's terrible for Sam. I feel bad for my feel bad for jets fans and I wish that it's not realistic to wish for the fans to be able to enjoy a winning football team. I think the DADS fans host winning post football ball enjoyment. I wish now post apocalypse for the jets

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A Very Brady Renovation to air on HGTV

Patti Vasquez

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

A Very Brady Renovation to air on HGTV

"On tonight a very Brady at renovation kicked off on HD TV they are renovating the old the Brady bunch house. now if you know with the Brady bunch house they did not film inside the house so I'm assuming they have the got the house to make it look like the TV

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'Brady Bunch' episode fuels campaigns against vaccines

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:47 min | 4 years ago

'Brady Bunch' episode fuels campaigns against vaccines

"Sure. It's the measles. The Brady bunch episode. Is there a doctor in the house came out in nineteen sixty nine? Well, he certainly got all the symptoms. The slide. Temperature a lot of dots. And a great big smile. A great big smile. No school for a few days. All six Brady kids come down with the measles. Home from school and play board games together. This is a life. If you have to get sick shit. Can't beat the measles. That's right. No medicine insider out like shots. I don't even mention shuts. Yes. People who are critical vaccines. Bring up the episode often like Dr Tony bar who testifies against vaccines in courts and public hearings across the country stayed home like the Brady bunch show. You say home, you didn't go to the doctor fear that episode came out, according to data from the centers for disease control and prevention there were more than twenty five thousand measles cases, and forty one deaths. Still the vast majority of people who got sick with measles. Fully recovered. Elaine Kanas is associate professor at university of California Berkeley, or she specializes in medical history in nineteen sixty nine. We had less control over infectious. Diseases smallpox was still a reality. They were far more cases of polio. In that context. It made sense to think of measles as a lesser threat included in a sitcom, she says public health officials began to try to change the public consensus that measles was not such a big deal. Once there was an effective vaccine may were saying well, hold on. There's this rate of complications. There's this this number of hops hospitalizations. There's this number of deaths like we really need to shift. Our thinking about the threat that

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The modern anti-vaxxer movement, explained

The Conspiracy Farm

12:02 min | 4 years ago

The modern anti-vaxxer movement, explained

"So Jeff if you wanna give me your views real quick on on what you're thinking about the vaccine. The debate is very, you know, like, you said Champa, very very controversial subject, and, you know, very, polarizing, you know, we see the news. I have an article right here on unvaccinated air, Oregon boy had severe tetanus nearly died. Basically, I think it was a reaction to then you've got the measles outbreak recently. So I mean, it winds up becoming unfortunately, this kind of binary conversation of either your four vaccines or you're completing against vaccines. And I'm just not that binary with it because I know the application of vaccines is medically sound introducing certain substances even body to make human body create a kind of immune defense if you will. But it gets more into for me. What's in these vaccines as our experts going to speak today? I mean, you got live monkey viruses. You got aluminum you got the Marisol which is mercury and there's a lot to this conversation. And there needs to be more education about it. So here we go so Brickley. Please inform us a little bit more about what I have not mentioned in terms of your qualifications in this row. Tom. There are I think that great introduction. So that he for that person. I'm a mother I'm gonna mother read Unical healthy children. My middle daughter was backing injured. And so that was really the old shit were doing what fall delayed schedule the a lot of conscious your answer teasing. Either spread backing out or do a little bit of late schedule making get into the nets bolts of how the schedule increased riot increase in you know, when somebody that's older than even something might find thirty six Yuan. I was it'd be eight vaccines child today will get thirty six axes by the first year of life. Fifty a forty nine by the age of five in seventy two by eighteen in that schedule has never been interested in crews will abdomen form here. And I would say first and foremost mother protecting my children, and the research, I did floored me on it really woke me up out of this haze. That vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccine save lives near the marketing ploy that offered you know, second grade and it. Roure will be into just a tremendous amount of research. So I've been researching vaccines every single day for the last decade Flatow on. Out of reaction that he decided out Emily that we were no longer going back seat. And I think one of the things that we're seeing in the meteorite now, the big anti vaccine Bush, but most urine said are speaking out against axioms are actually Xboxes they're they're your maximum needed their children. They believed in the system. They believed in the FBI and something terrible happen to their child after vaccines. So I think it's a mole issued feed into talk about those details. This is something that for me. I gave us some some deep thought at one point because I'm married to a doctor of chiropractic, and when she became pregnant with our our oldest daughter. My mother was a nurse nursing director. She ran the the college of nursing in my area at Molin public hospital. So she was obviously on the side of vaccines at the time. And that's all I knew I knew nothing nothing else. And so I asked my I asked my wife, I said, you know, what are we gonna do here because I knew I know you see things differently. And my wife's just said, listen, go do research on your own with an open mind. That's all I ask you do to do. And so I went, and I did that in the further I dug into it, it it it, really. Did. It scared me. And so I made the decision as a parent with my wife to not vaccinate our kids. And now our kids have been very healthy, very resistant to any whenever the other kids getting the flu strep throat, and a lot of other things are kids seem to be a lot more resilient than the than the heard in terms of that stuff. And I am criticized I'm criticize I'm not afraid to say it, you know, that this is the decision that I made, but at the same time, you know, I think about if a roller coaster, and I don't know the exact numbers of minor injury compared to death and everything in that spectrum in between. I know some of the statistics I know that one in six children now have learning disabilities that is that is Onda unacceptable, but that's just just one of the statistics. But so if somebody said to me, all right, you're gonna put your kid on this roller coaster. There's a one in fifty thousand chance that they might get hurt. You know, the roller coaster does go awry every once in a while and kids get hurt. And sometimes they actually get killed are you gonna put your kid on their roller coaster. No, you're not putting your kid on that roller coaster. Now, I'm using a little bit of an extreme example. But you know, please take that and and kind of throw out some facts for folks a little bit. Sure. Well, I think one of the things that we need to be consciously aware of just as a American population is not so much fearing the diseases that we've accident for because that's real bear. The pharmaceutical industry has strong will this is they thrive on fear and a fear. Everybody with the flu chickenpox in. You know measles. The big fear. Measles right now. Measles is a five day rash for most healthy individuals. And you have lifelong immunity neat. Measles was Brady bunch episode. Their books. Sally the needles Toomey measles. I guarantee you guys both have chicken pox at some point. So did I were still living breathing have lifelong immunity. So we we tend to add the culture only fear the diseases that we've accident for right? And that's a brilliant marketing system designed by the pharmaceutical industry. Now, the reality is that parents should be conscious of diseases that vaccines cause and at one of the things that I teach all around the world. My inbox is always full of asking questions about vaccines in. So to me that shows a huge problem with the system that they have to actually reach out to me through social media every single day hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people from all different walks of life searching for answers. But one of the things that so critical to understand is that most of the diseases that we currently vaccinate for are not deadly their illnesses. They're not diseases, so they're temporary asses. And we are trading are are beautiful healthy children whose immune systems are. Still growing functioning for this false reality that they they're going to be saved in some way. They're going to be protected from all diseases the way, that's just not the kiddies and in the process of backsitting because there's so many back scenes in. I know somebody mentioned a minute ago. Just the agreements we can get into that. But you're looking at dozens dozens dozens of vaccine related lifelong diseases lifelong disabilities, and like you said, you know, one six children has a neurological neurological. A learning processing disorder, but in actual neurological disorder that we never seen that in our history. We had the the sickest generation of children ever recorded. And my belief is a huge amount of that has to do with vaccines. Now, there is a part of it. That's also GMO's in fluorinated water. You know, that's a better topic. But the fact is that we've all been exposed to this one thing in the one thing is the current CDC vaccine schedule. So there's a lot of there's a lot of moving in that. I go down whatever avenue you wanna go down. But yeah, I mean, I will be here. It should be very very fearful and office of diseases and lifelong disabilities that axes how are proven by law to caught and we can get into the laws. Well, there's a pretty direct correlation when you start talking about. I mean, what was it like you said hundred eighty five there was basically DP Emaar, basically three or four vaccines now like you said from ninety one on it's like almost fifty fifty different. Doses. Like fifteen sixteen vaccines. And the thing is trips me out is that they hit these kids like fresh out of the womb like they're not even kind of developed, and they're just hitting them with all these toxins that and then and then kind of the larger culpability or lack of accountability are these are these vaccine courts that congress has basically prohibited people from any legal recourse, there's no way to sue them. And they know your own CDC's own children that they're not even following these schedules because they know it goes back to almost the tobacco study or the sugar study. They know the information is there, but like you said with the firm Asuka companies and everything else there's so much money in this. And I take like I say, I take a constitutional stances when the government can mandate, you know, that's that's my fear is that, you know, with all these people pushing for this that the government can mandate that a medical procedure done on my children. And this is a medical procedure make note make no mistake in a one size fits all medical procedure. That. That's not none of those. No medical procedure is a one-size-fits-all for every patient. Right. The beautiful thing now chant they don't I mean with they almost a lot of states, and I did this with my stuff years ago with my oldest daughter there forms, you can fell out religious exemptions. And things are some states have personal philosophical exemptions there. So he's trying to remove that though. Well, no, you're right. But at least it's not the federal government mandating it quite yet. Tenth amendment states rights are still being invoked. And I think that that's where I mean like congress met the other day in talked about vaccines, and that was a huge deal. We've got you know, the letter that Adam Schiff just wrote on to the US house saying how important back seeds are. He just like, you know, pharma, mouthpiece really poster boy for bomb suitable industry because in one of my biggest insurance they're violating their own law, and one of the reasons that the schedule expanded like we've been talking about is the nineteen eighty six congress was bought out by the pharmaceutical industry so vaccine manufacturers were going bankrupt. Because so many people were doing that from the debilitating effects of the DTP, which the wholesale protests at diptheria ten is in protest vaccine, which now we have the tap, which is a different version. But at the time, it was is d and Sony kids were developing seizures in dying that they had millions and millions of dollars lawsuits in. So the Zukile industry was gonna go bankrupt. And instead of making a safer more effective product providing education going back to the drawing or. Frigging something out. They just went in and bought a congress in created the nineteen eighty six childhood back seen injury Protection Act, which like you mentioned totally stripped vaccine may earth from liability. Now, there is not another product in the world that I can think of that is mandated by law to be injected into east that has no civilized -bility attached to it. So when you talk about public health, this was really about public health for about parents would be informed. They're they're supposed to be informed about the nineteen eighty six law and the vaccine insurance before accepting or declining vaccines so across the board medical professionals in this country are violating the law that was put in place in the nineteen eighty six production act. So you insert those inserts themselves even list, these these toxics through mariesville on mercury on them will actually so under the left that law is in the inserts, but you can't actually pull the ingredient list on the inserted to suffer documents, which I so interesting because if they were really being transparent with their product ever. Just the document, right? But they have an additional document called the CDC media excipient summary, and that's on the CDC website in that has every listing griant of but the actual routes in back scenes are not listed in the inserts, which also builds your mind because what other product when we buy a product were so big on labelling laws here. Right and everybody wants to know what's in their food now. But yet at the same time, they don't wanna know what's in their medicine. And some of those ingredients are

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Studio City And California discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

00:18 sec | 4 years ago

Studio City And California discussed on Lori and Julia

"The muscles. The main cast of the Brady bunch is getting back together to shoot HDTV's new show about the makeover of the old Brady bunch house. All the Brady bunch kids were there today in studio City, California doing shots in front of the exterior of the house. So get ready that show is coming to

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