35 Burst results for "Braun"
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona: Parents Are Not Primary Stakeholders in Children's Education
"The case I've been making the entire time here is that the default argument by liberals when they argue about government programs we've got to do this program We got to do tarp We have to do snap We have to do social security Medicare Medicaid expansion The default argument is that government somehow is competent and therefore it should do things you can't do yourself educate your kids take care of your own healthcare And you need to ask your liberal Friends like we're going to ask today what is the basis for that argument Do you have any evidence whatsoever government does anything right We've already demonstrated on the law enforcement front they fail here on the education front I want you to listen to education secretary cardona As he gets shredded in the inner senator Mike Braun ask them the question Hey who's primarily responsible for kids education The parents are the teachers and I want you to listen to cardona subjugate the parents to the teachers wishes Despite the fact that the public education system has entirely failed the United States for decades Check this out Do you think parents should be in charge of their child's education as the primary stakeholder I believe parents are important stakeholders but I also believe our educators have a role in determining educational programming And I think that's going to be a little out of focus what I think you're going to find across all elements of education since they pay the bills They raise the kids They probably need to be the primary spokespeople for their own kids good education Well bronze being a little more diplomatic And good for him but I'm not I don't need to be diplomatic and I don't care about being diplomatic He should have turned around and told cardona wait wait wait did you just tell me that parents aren't the primary stakeholders here responsible for their kids education
Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy
"Ryan braun The the brewers formally announced his retirement. Yesterday he announced. Its milwaukee brewers. And i gotta say this. Because i i think of ryan braun is being Like lance armstrong of of baseball Not only did he use pd's but he also attacked people leading up to that most notably the sample collector specifically went after him Publicly accused him of being anti semitic He called other players when he was a i. You know. I had the first positive drug tests. He told them look this. This collector was coming after me. he's an anti semite. And i thought it was just despicable. And so i give mark at nausea. The brewers credit for his loyalty that braun. I'd say this. He's a better person than i am. A given that. If i were mark grad nausea after bron lied about you being a pd user and then accepted a sixty game suspension. What was it a half year suspension. I would have never forgiven him after giving him that. Huge contract mark attanasio did no in from afar. That's my viewpoint to. I can't get passed it. He tried to destroy. Somebody's life yup and he lied. You know that was. He gave that speech in february of two thousand twelve. It wasn't until two thousand thirteen that he finally got caught up in the biogenesis investigation and got his suspension. I get it in milwaukee they the fans there for gave them gave them standing ovations. You know on the field is the third greatest brewer of all time. You know buying rodney out in honor for me. I just can't get past. His initial reaction is. Denial is lies. And you know great player. No doubt thirty thirty. Mvp all that. But you know. I think i would hope. He looks back in wishes he had done at all differently.
DeAndre Jordan Intends to Sign With Los Angeles Lakers
"Let's shift some ears. Talk some basketball a monday morning. Because the veteran lakers about to get even more veteran e big men de'andre jordan intends to sign with the lakers after being traded and then bought out by the distance jordan would be the tenth laker h thirty two or older and six of those guys thirty five plus nick jordan on the same team. Never thought i'd see the day Do you like the lakers bringing in deandra jordan. Nice good line janna listen. We're still getting the edible arrangements in the sheri's berries my for apologies that were from the audience last week. But you can feel free to send more to me. And by the way if you're feeling generous include kenny atkinson who lost his job arguably because he saw what i saw in fall which is de'andre jordan's not great at the old basketball anymore and now the nets finally admitted as they say. Hey you can have deandre jordan in detroit says no. We don't want them feel like what did we include six million dollars. They're like us. Don't want what we include for. Second round picks like okay. We'll take him and then we'll ask him to leave and now the legs are gonna take them. So i i understand that folks probably expect me to say well with lebron on it. He'll be different exam while. I do believe that braun has the ability to get the most out of any and all teammates. He's played with for now. Eighteen plus years. There has to be something to be gotten and driving. This moves. the needle for the lakers. No
Four Teriffic Headliners Kenny, Piper, Bennett, and Mark Schiff Show #77 - burst 1
"I'm in las vegas a lot. I was at the mgm last halloween night. I'm in my room. Knock at the door. A little kid was trick or treating in the hotel. I gave them a towel. Couple ashtrays in the bible. Give a child a bible. You feel good about yourself. Old people driving cars. that's scary. that's gotta stop talking old people in their hundreds. I was in miami last month. I got passed by a cadillac. There was nobody in. It was just these knuckles up on top of the couple. Blue hairs coming going over the top sprite. And i like old people. I'm not knocking people. My grandpa's still alive. He's ninety six. I saw at christmas. He says to me braun. It's a miracle. I get up in the middle night to go. The bathroom and god turns a light on for me. When i'm done. He turns the light off for me. I say grandpa. i think you're in the refrigerator.
"braun" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"To me that caught my eye. Everybody was talking about it like all my younger friends that the first time they were ever at the olympia vegas to like she. Those girls in the red line booth see now. It's funny about jack's arc. Is you know he's upgraded now. He has like real dances row. Now he's he's really and he's given goal he's awesome so to me. I get a lot of flack for people being like. Oh you guys pushed x. Too much. But i when i was a kid. Oh i think they're way heavier than you when when i was a kid bank compared to black. Yeah i would. I would notch bang-up. Click it just you know. When i was a kid right it would be a picture of like jay cutler on the beach with like seven beautiful girls feeney's like grabbing his legs and arms would four purses jay. We d love. Jay so i always felt like as a young man. I enjoyed seeing that right. So then you had. The complete opposite side was like the universal nutrition side which always showed like the poor bodybuilder living in the dungeon like you know. My life sucks but doesn't matter. I'm a bodybuilder. I hated that. Martin fulltime bodybuilding marketing like. There's there's a lot of positive that can come from the mindset. You get from bodybuilding. The push yourself are so with our booths. We turned it into like party time at the blackstone booth. Like you're gonna come. You're going to see the coolest group of people cool ass athletes. They're gonna wanna talk to you mixed up with you. You're going to see some jack guys. You're going to see some dudes blow shit up. You're going to see some girls the biggest boobs you've ever seen and you're going to have a fun time. And that's that's how i always wanted to have. I wanted to have a party at the booth. otherwise it's just boring now. Running supplement company isn't easy and a lot of people don't under don't understand you know you're juggling chainsaws flaming chainsaws literally. Because you have all these going on. If you're not promoting your you're selling or you're trying to build bill deals and it's a lot of work it's never ending and what you built being a new england guy being you know somebody that really you know took all that energy that you were at one. Point putting into bodybuilding and into the business side of it and at the same time realizing not a lot of people can do this. A few people in bodybuilding history. That i've ever seen to this be understand. Hey you know what. I might not go this far in the sport. But i'm going to transition and do this the only person i could compare it to is Is what's his face that. Mc's the events thing now who's got a fucking crazy story Who sees the events was joe. Bob ciccarelli bob check. Yeah so bob check you know the story. He had the chance to compete in olympia and he turned it down while he he. He didn't give up getting his pro card until he was forty. Who finally cut. He knew he was never you know. So he transitioned and he became the voice of body mill. Essentially show for me like when i was young. My parents knew that. I was so into this right and i was like. I made the decision that i was gonna leave..
"braun" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"I would call a story myself package everything myself and that that year we did one point two million and so after you die you made it. You'll like this is it. This is the komo now. And i was like. I'm gonna retire from coaching. This is how it's going to be. And so the following year. I had on my partner and we got into expanding now. Instagram was starting to become something right. Not gonna learn this frigging instagram shit. Too and so what we were doing. We were posting transformations and people using the products on instagram. And it started to really pick up so now you're three. We do nine point eight million right so we go from half of the year in two hundred k. One point to the second and then nine point now everyone's paying attention to and everybody wants to be a part of it so we decided that we needed to build this like cool affiliate program and i was like the only other company that i see doing like a smart ambassador program is i. Form guys are really really smart and i thought we could make this and this is no disrespect to them just a cooler version of what they're doing. We're kind of more in your face like rugged brand like i was working with adult stars. I was working with you. Know guys like you that are getting into blow and shit. Oh up so we didn't want to be like your mom's company wanted to be the aggressive hardcore quercia and i knew that that wasn't going to be like one hundred million dollars a year company. But i didn't care about that. I wanted the most bad company. That i was proud of that i could do for right so it got to a point where finally there was a dag matt over something and i just really like went off online over how i really felt about something and it got the most positive response and i was like you know what i guess that that.
Scooter Braun Comments on 'Confusing' Feud With Taylor Swift
"Scooter braun whose justin bieber's manager. You might not know his name. But he's a big big manager in hollywood. He's confused about his feud of taylor swift. That's how you know his name. He bore taylor swift's stors all her recordings. I think it was six of albums. Taylor went absolutely crazy. Some people say rightly so now. Scooter is to say the following quote. I regretted. it makes me sad. That taylor had this reaction. I don't know what story she was told. I asked to sit down with several times meat. She refused and he offered to sell her her back catalogue. But she's saying not quite so fast so in november when the story broke she said that brown basically did this behind her back and she wasn't allowed to buy her own music. She said the following quote. So i would have to sign a document that would silence me forever before i could even have a chance to beat on my own. Work is crazy that she didn't own her own work. Legal team at the time told her is absolutely not normal to sign an nda like that and nondisclosure agreement and said basically this is the type of document you get someone to sign after sexually assaulting them and paying them off and she said that she would never sign it. These masters were not for sale to me. I think taylor here. I'm not sure. I believe scooter. And even if cutest telling the truth this is not gonna help you. Stop. it's over you did this. You made a lot of money. He's already sold them again so he's made hundreds of millions of dollars taylor swift there sort of winning too. So don't feel batches re recorded all her old albums and she's going to re release those. So i think here we can feel okay for both people but definitely there's something a little
WWE Releases Braun Strowman, Aleister Black and More in Surprising Decision
"Buddy murphy. Santana garrett lana ruby riott alastair black and braun strowman all released from their. Wwe contracts are all Free agents now in the world well if professional wrestling is free agent so to speak. You know. I'm assuming that there's a ninety day non competes. Obviously i have no idea. I'm not. I don't know anything about law. I don't know anything about their contracts. I don't know anything about business. I watch a lot of wrestling but those one two three four five six superstars getting released. Come hot off the heels of last month's annex t releases velveteen dream. Jesmyn do vanessa born Schuyler story alexander wolf and those came right off the heels of april's releases from the main roster which shook the world. samoa. Joe bill kate. Peyton royce mickie. James chelsea green tucker policto beau dallas. Wesley blake and mojo rawley. And then of course. There were a handful of releases before that earlier this year. But i mean everybody's becoming a every went to business school today. You know i i. I don't think that it's levi. Came on. Here's that you know what i think you know what i think as i start to add up all the facts. I'm starting to think maybe. Wwe is preparing themselves for a sale. Like all of a sudden we all know about corporate business. Because it's the only way. I love it. That's what i love about wrestling. And i'm not saying it's not true by the way i'm not saying those. Those those thoughts are not good thoughts. I didn't great thoughts. I think that that's actually a pretty astute of sort of Analysis and a smart way of looking at what's going on. I don't think that that's there's plenty of of spots where you could see could. Wwe being sold to nbc universal. You know they're already paying two billion dollars for the network plus whatever money. They're paying for television.
Is Lebron's Ankle Injured Following the Lakers Win?
"We having a liberal a LeBron James update from Vogel in his postgame conference says of LeBron and his ankle. He's good to go. There are no issues with his right ankle Great. You go. That's so that that there you go, there's great news for the Lakers and LeBron just good to go. Like we said, you know there was that. I think it was one of those situations where for a moment, Braun went. Oh no, right. Right. You know, he probably used a four-letter word, right? Instead of saying, oh no, but he was probably a little bit worried for a split second and then he realized, okay, I'm good. You know, if you've turned your ankle before if you've been out there on the court and you've done that, you know, when you kind of do it a little bit and you're worried for a split second and then you realize. Okay, I'm actually I'm good. I think that's wrong with LeBron and Frank Vogel confirms. He's good to go. So that's great.
Create Labs "Creator" Abran Maldanado
"One of the special guests is braun maldonado and he is the co founder for create labs. He is coming on as quote the creator with his quote. The creation clara and that's melt a. I r. a. And that stands for create labs a is rendered assistant yes it is a virtual artificial intelligence robot if you will and it is incredible. It is powered by gibt. And if you don't that is boy you can learn a lot about tonight. But you're going to get the opportunity to ask this article this artificial intelligence actual questions and get to hear clara's response so in this particular podcast episode. We are speaking with abroad. And he explains how he got involved in this all the incredible work he is doing in this area and we talk a little bit about the voice tonight as a little bit of a preview in a little bit of a teaser so let's get into it without any further ado. This is a recording of the voiceless. Our show that was done about a week ago. So you may hear us referring to the voice in a week again. That is today. April twenty first But let's get right into it. Enjoy this podcast episode. Hey there ron how you doing. What's going on how you doing terry. How's everything great great. Great great to have you here. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. Thank you for having me. It's a lot of fun to talk to you about all this stuff. I love it. That's right that's right. We're gonna have some fun next week when we get you on the show live. We've got people. Ask questions and asking cleric. We're gonna get all that here over the next little bit here but before we get into that. Let me ask you just introduce yourself a little bit to the to the audience and listeners to the viewers and by the way then you've got any questions now live you can put them in the chat and i'm able to to bring those into chat here as well but bryan watt yourself sure ronald natto co founder of Labs ventures associate director for the new york city media lab. I got into this work. Because i am a person of color. Who found himself in the tech space. And i didn't see enough of myself in their nor my counterparts in my peers. Family and i just wanted to make sure that in the underserved community that there was a pipeline in access point in someone on the inside To get them opportunities in second brought me here to the
Demi Lovato Drops New Album Featuring Ariana Grande
"A whole new album from demi lovato. It's been much teased alongside the new youtube docu series that she has also called dancing with the devil just like her album And there a brand new song on the album featuring arianna guerande her management's cohort with scooter braun. And it's called madam last night. The devil is really having a moment in popular right now. Seriously maybe in very very different ways very different ways so we already talked about a little nasdaq's. We talked about the title of this dummy album. But then this song specifically is referring to meeting satan. So yeah and it's i mean an expectedly incredible vocal from these two. I mean They you know kinda came up at the same time. But i i. We have never gotten a duet from them before and they really lean into you. Know how these two voices sound together. It's a lotta is ing and I think my biggest takeaway from listening to the song is how much i cannot wait to hear it. Sung live because vasic.
My Grandma Has Dementia by Alex Winstanley - Helping Kids Understand
"With me today is another one of my favorite guests from the uk. Alex winn stanley. He has written a children's book called. My grandma has dementia. So thanks for joining me. Alex man really appreciates it so tell us about you. Your grandma how you came to write the book this is all about you. Show so i guess myself. I'm a teacher. As a carrier for the young disabled adults and so i do a lot of work around disability and social inclusion in disability awareness as always had a very person centered inclusive mindset and it always been the back of my mind to write a book around dementia because my grandma's lived with dementia for quite a while and i always wanted to write children's books to try to explain it to children because growing up. I always had some questions that. Why was my grandma. Getting things a. Why was she repeating things a lot. On what why would she taking medication. From certain boxes at different times baseball questions always solve was him ahead. And i wanted to try and explain those children at the same time. I know. there's a lot of research out to show that children Of of grandparent's family members living with dementia and it can often get some anxieties our stress around the as well as for myself growing up. What she my mom Constantly all the time and the stress. That burall yeah mcgrath. Lived with us for a year or so at one. Point in distrusted. Braun is just all these things. I thought. Well if children can be aware of that from an early age and understand that a little bit moines empathize with with the impacted dementia and on an individual on a family. Then it would. It would help so with those anxieties. So yeah that's why. I wanted to to do the book
My Grandma Has Dementia Helping Kids Understand With Alex Winstanley
"With me today is another one of my favorite guests from the uk. Alex winn stanley. He has written a children's book called. My grandma has dementia. So thanks for joining me. Alex man really appreciate it so tell us about you. Your grandma how you came to write the book this is all about you. Show so i guess myself. I'm a teacher. As a carrier for the young disabled adults and so i do a lot of work around disability and social inclusion in disability awareness as always had a very person centered inclusive mindset and it always been the back of my mind to write a book around dementia because my grandma's live with dementia. For quite a while and i always wanted to write children's books to try to explain it to children because growing up. I always had some questions. Why was my grandma getting things a. Why was she repeating things a lot on. What why would she taking medication. From certain boxes at different times baseball questions always solve was him ahead. And i wanted to try and explain those children at the same time. I know. there's a lot of research out to show that children Of of grandparent's family members living with dementia and can often get some anxieties our stress around the as well as for myself growing up. What she my mom Constantly all the time and the stress. That burall yeah mcgrath. Lived with us for a year or so at one. Point in distrusted. Braun is just all these things. I thought. Well if children can be aware of that from an early age and understand that a little bit moines empathize with with the impacted dementia and on an individual on a family. Then it would. It would help so with those anxieties. So yeah that's why. I wanted to to do the
Ryan Braun's Tainted Legacy on the Eve of His Retirement
"Ryan braun told some reporters who cover the brewers that he is almost certainly going to be retired. It's not a surprise. He's thirty seven years old This is someone who at three hundred and fifty two home runs in his career to ninety-six average and mvp award nine thousand nine hundred sixty three hits eleven hundred fifty four rbi. But i don't think. I saw a lot of what really to me is going to be a big part of his legacy. When his baseball you know epitaph is written along with the mvp award. His legacy is going to be about what happened with his positive drug test and his suspension that he had for. Pd's it was one of the worst cases of a professional athlete in the united states. And i know of along with lance armstrong for someone who just flat lied. He one point you remember. You tested positive. He contested it. It went before an arbitrator and he won that a he won that arbitration decision and then he did a victory dance with the press. Conference at the brewers spring training camp. And you remember how during that process. He dumped all over the specimen collector. Who who's calling other players suggesting to them that the specimen collector was anti semitic and then push came to shove in the end. He was determined that yeah. He cheated accepted a suspension I don't know how you get away from that. It was one of the ugliest situations that i've seen in the thirty two years at a covered. Baseball tim must've ask him to be in the first paragraph of his retirement wherever he goes ear. There's no way around. I'll never forget us watching afri- i was in the espn bostering screw training and we were watching in. All of us. Basically said the same thing that was impressed with the way that she presented this. I believe i'm a little naive about some things. But i believe every word he said that day because of the passionate he used and the waiting presented everything then to find out. Later that he was lying was more than letdown. For a lot of people at it's just acknowledged right away. I don't say a may not be in the first paragraph of his retirement story but it will be because of how adamantly was and how through someone under the bus that i didn't do this. This guy did this to me and then to get caught. That really hurts ryan. Bronze legacy mood for
Trump Impeachment Trial Verdict: How Senators Voted
"The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is over. Here's how your senators voted. Mr. Bron, Mr Bron. Not guilty, Mr Young. Mr Young, not guilty. Both senators Mike Braun and Todd Young released statements after the verdict. Bronn says he believes the trial of a former president is unconstitutional. Young says the process was rushed and incomplete. The final verdict was 57 to 43 in favor. Trump, who was found not guilty of inciting the U. S Capitol, right on January 6,
Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Has 6 New Songs
"Danny taylor swift this huge announcement and and are losing their minds. Okay check out what she just revealed on. Good morning america tonight at midnight. I'll be putting out my version of my some love story which was originally on my album fearless. I've now finished recording all of fearless. Which will be coming out soon. My version of fearless. We'll have twenty six songs on it. Because i've decided to add songs from the vault. Which are songs spent almost made the original fearless album. But i've now gone back and recorded those so that everyone will be able to hear. Not only that made the album but the song was almost made it full picture. Well okay so taylor fans of course freaking out over this news. Love story is dropping two nights. I love that song and after decoding taylor's cryptic letter. Instagram looks like her. Re recorded album fearless with six new songs will drop april nine. Okay so taylor. Finally getting revenge on scooter braun. Absolutely i love it because it's her masters you know and when you're young or when you're excited you sign onto a record label and you don't even think about everything else. Happy to get it. Yeah you're so happy to get it. So i'm excited for her her new album and the new songs that are on there. I think our fans are going to support her and the everyone's going to buy it. I think you're right. Her fans are gonna supporter. I just don't this is really about revenge at this point. I think this is more about making a statement making a stand for artists out there to own their own masters. But i've said this time and time again. I don't think that she needs to be thinking about. This is me versus scooter. Scooter made a business deal that anybody would have made had. They had the capital and the chance for it to be brought to the table. I think she needs to rearrange in and and stop thinking in that manner if she is because we know what happened last time. She got an a few of ninety. We ended up with the whole snake gate and it was crazy and it didn't really turn out very well for her but i read. This is the best
Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Has 6 New Songs
"Taylor. Finally getting revenge on scooter braun. Absolutely i love it because it's her masters you know and when you're young or when you're excited you sign onto a record label and you don't even think about everything else. Happy to get it. Yeah you're so happy to get it. So i'm excited for her her new album and the new songs that are on there. I think our fans are going to support her and the everyone's going to buy it. I think you're right. Her fans are gonna supporter. I just don't this is really about revenge at this point. I think this is more about making a statement making a stand for artists out there to own their own masters. But i've said this time and time again. I don't think that she needs to be thinking about. This is me versus scooter. Scooter made a business deal that anybody would have made had. They had the capital and the chance for it to be brought to the table. I think she needs to rearrange in and and stop thinking in that manner if she is because we know what happened last time. She got an a few of ninety. We ended up with the whole snake gate and it was crazy and it didn't really turn out very well for her but i read. This is the best way to do revenge like you said i think her you're right though. Her message is for future artists. Who do what you can to try to own your your own songs. It is challenging for an upcoming artists because the label feels. They're taking a risk on you and so they they really fight to own that they're putting money into your marketing budget to your studio time to all of things and it takes a song. I don't remember the exact math but like a song has to be number one for so many weeks for you to really make any kind of money on it at all. I mean as you guys all know. Artists make most of their money off touring and the rights. So another reason why she's probably doing this too is for all the future times that movies or commercials or whoever wants to use her music. She gets the credit for. I don't know if i would want the thirty year old taylor swift singing about fourteen year old things. I think i'm going to want the original. I'm going to want the fourteen year old taylor. Her voice change. Her body has changed. Everything about that. Time has changed the music chain. It even better now. You have grown woman singer. That's kind of scary. I think this is going to be huge for her. I think it's the maybe the old songs aren't going to give them that much recognition but the six new songs. It's gonna be a whole new money pop. The did make it to the first album. Probably risi nine or instagram. She says because she didn't want to many slow songs or too many sad songs. Or you know those reasons why you cut songs and you put together an album the way that you do you know you don't wanna bunch of slow tempo songs. You don't want all fast tempo songs. You wanna have a variety show your range and you can only fit so many on an album. Release back in the day now. Things are looking a little bit differently. So i think and she that was like some of my favorite song writing for her was back in the waiting for this. I really think i'm excited about up waiting. Don't you want to hear the woman saying before. I mean i'll listen to it. I think it's gonna be great. I just think we need to lower our expectations. I remember when this album came out in two thousand and six. It was not only the bob. It went diamond like for album to go diamond into one. E twenty is almost impossible. Because i think it is a little bit of revenge. The little bit of. I'm gonna show you. It's a little bit. Let me show the other artists. I get what you're saying. It was definitely a business deal and a business move for him. But she's like you know what. I what my masters you gotta understand. When michael jackson bought the beatles masters. Can you imagine the beatles a lot really for my business move. That was gangster. You can't be mad at somebody if we're coming to the table with money to buy something like it wasn't his fault and i stick with that but i understand where she's coming from. I just think when you get wrapped up in revenge and one upping somebody. You often get your expectations kinda deflated. Because it doesn't go as
Taylor Swift has finished redoing sophomore album 'Fearless'
"Musician Taylor swift says she has finished recording her fearless album I'm marches are letter with the latest Taylor swift says what she's calling fearless Taylor's version will have twenty six songs instead of the original thirteen with six never before released swift promised to re record her first six albums after music manager scooter Braun company bought her former label big machine and sold her catalog swift complained she was not given the chance to buy her master recordings swift has not said when fearless Taylor's version will come out however her Twitter statement included a hidden message using only the capital letters it reads April ninth
Is the Lake Tahoe NHL tournament even going to happen?
"Let's look towards the future a little bit. Not as far ahead as the Stanley Cup, but Lake Tahoe this weird middle of the Season tournament. They're doing it Lake Tahoe Bruins flyers and blues and the golden knights long is this going to happen coz judging off the past a week? I don't know about this one sure. She doesn't like it's going to happen or if it is it's going to be some different teams in what we expect wage. Going into it was Bruins flyers and then golden knights and the Avalanche and got the blues. I don't know why I said the blues. Yeah. Yeah. It's everyone's right stuff. Yeah, it is. You're right. You're right off of busy with the blues are busy paying playing the kind of like an extra free, So but no you look at it. Right. I mean the fly is I get we should knock on wood that took over, you know, when this podcast drops. Hopefully the Bruins don't have any issues because it seems like we have another outbreak starting in Philly where Drew Justin Braun I think trapped behind choice of these people are my fantasy team. I think what gets lost in this is these people are who cares what their health? It's my fantasy team. I know it's it's a rough hit the Evan paragraph but like, yes you go. Look at Philly their home of three guys. Now where there's smoke there's fire when it comes to these things that you have to imagine this probably going to be more they already postponed one game that Philly was going to play against the capital. So after monitor that situation not just for the Flyers birth Phle knock on wood. This wasn't a case for the Bruins were affected because the Bruins played Philly just last week. So you get the commander that and then we've got this absolute shitshow of a situation now in Vegas where they already shut things down for you know over a week when they had a few guys test positive and they play that game against Anaheim they hold out a guy after a second. Turns out. I think Frank seravalli said that whoever was it was held out tested positive which like why the hell was this guy playing so I love this whole pulling people out of games Midway through like it's going to have colpitis like like what is that? Just what like that doesn't help anything that already there. They've already been there and that was a situation to like Kevin Duran had that situation with the Nets where that was a case of fact, I think he was in close contact with someone who tested positive like this is even worse cuz there was a dude who was legitimately tested positive. So this guy was walking around her standing around rather like dead. Yeah, I mean Santa tell me it's you know, I don't think that it's going to be situation where the NHL is going to be like where we're shutting everything down for like a week or two if they going to do that yet, but they've got A Sneak there, you know, the testing protocols or what-have-you whether it's you know men dating rapid testing cuz I don't know how that Vegas player maybe is tests were inconclusive how he's allowed to play if they don't have his tests in yet. They don't have those results in yet. Like would you rather be safe than sorry that situation like it would suck. It's like just off of poor testing you may turn around. It's like the Bruins didn't have pasta or something just off of Adelaide test, but rather that up and then having a situation where you could have an outbreak on your team. So yeah, I mean I listen to Lake Tahoe things only it's less than two weeks away. You've gotta either nip it in the blood in terms of what you're doing to stop these outbreaks or you can just switch the teams around because like well, Been announced that even with no fancy like all right. What are we doing? Like the why are we sending these teams out to Lake Tahoe? Here's the cool Optics of it going to change, you know the coffee break the ice. Yeah, like the decision to like risk it in a year. We're already you've done a pretty shity job. Like
The Cubs Are Sitting Pretty in the NLC
"They can look at the division. Tony you look at all the teams that the cubs have to but up against dan. We haven't seen a whole bunch of the squads in the central be. You know they haven't made a whole bunch of moves during this off season and in the cubs they're in that basket as well so when it comes to being competitive in the division right now. I think jed hoyer and david rawson as well as myself. I think everyone is of the mindset that this cubs team they can go out there and twenty twenty one and compete no matter what a yeah i think so for sure i mean you look at this division in every single team. All five of them has gotten significantly worse on paper going into twenty twenty one compared to twenty twenty you know the the reds are losing. Trevor bauer who. We talked about earlier in the podcast. I think you traded rozelle glossiest the angels. The potential transcending gray like who knows. We'll see some of that archie. Bradley was it was another pitcher. They acquired at the trade deadline atop reliever for them. He's gone cardinals. Have lost a lot of veteran guys as well. The pirates are trading away. Anybody of value right now in the brewers have you know declined to options are not options for guys like ryan braun and and so on so yeah off five teams really right now. Don't look better on paper than they did last year. But that doesn't mean that there's a wide open division for the cubs to go claiming i think right now the cubs have one of the best teams on paper. They have a manager. Year finalist david. Ross they have all those poor guys in the mvp candidates that we talked about before that if there are bounceback season from a couple of all of those guys than this offense is in much better shape than it was last year. So i think the real big question is just pitching for them you know. Where does the pitching come from from the cubs but yeah i think right now they can compete certainly with any team in the division
"braun" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Braun about how the small businesses in his state are coping with the crisis so I'm sitting in my wife's store that was started back in nineteen seventy eight and that I've talked to so many business owners small medium and large but that this was one of them that would have been considered a non essential business and the report I'm getting almost across the board in the specially in that category in many of the essential businesses David docteur casting company that does a lot of business with the automotive industry March basically only all ten percent eighty percent off in April to where they now with seven or eight plants have to look at which ones are going to close how many workers are gonna lay off because they're large enough to where they just got access to the general liquidity we put in the system so I think the focus is banned we've all been watching the disease and I think we're actually benefiting from how we did incorporate the social distancing hygiene do not get together in large groups but the court's time hearing in Indiana which is you know we are the cross section of the country the crossroads of it is the real solutions not more government let's be smart about selectively re opening the economy acting the vulnerable populations of elderly you know defend them well in the health care workers it happened still fight it in the end of an interesting place where across the state yeah a you know we're role in it Indianapolis so is been cited as a place to watch but it we've been lucky so far it's been under control but in general what we do in terms of the phase four I'm gonna be willing to add more to the SBA package because I think we play sixty billion already and probably going to need to be more but I'm going to be really focusing on how we smartly re open the economy without giving any ground back to the disease and I think a lot of my cohorts in the senator thinking along those lines as well to send you one of the first specialist I talked with who talked about that very early on me to think about how we re open the economy after we really get the better of this virus I want to talk about that but first talk about what's going on right now with the small business loans there are three fifty billion dollars appropriated is that going out the door how can you monitor make sure it's working we're hearing some reports there's a lot of difficulty with the SBA with bureaucracy and what about increasing in the three fifty billion because we did hear from the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who seems to be open to that are you how much more do we need to appropriate well I think we'll see we've done sixty billion back tell you the good paces breath and that means that here soon we probably will be at a point where you know what to look at that and I don't think any senators will really be against that or any particular groups or individuals that have been displaced the where we maybe didn't catch them you know in phase three but when it comes more broadly in the some of the discussions you heard are like fellow senator came in with me any pain Josh Hawley he's hearing the same thing about how much you know devastation there is across the specially the small business world talk about a more comprehensive thing to government I'm gonna be leaning more towards be careful there on what we do in phase four err on the side of the cruise solution to getting things back to normal is selectively re opening the account when you talk about things for one of the existing discusses the need to give some support to state and local government some people think that not enough was given in a so called phase three do you share that view what's the situation in the Indiana right now no I think there that was one of the last discussions we had that we knew was going to be probably your local government is run like a basic services needed their revenue dropped because businesses are not making incomes to pay taxes so that be another area where when we ended up where we did with the figure most of us thought that may need to be re address will that be something I'd be okay with looking into because it started I think a twenty five billion ended up in the neighborhood of twenty five billion or so and it looks like that may not have been adequate and that I think most senators would be okay with doing something better while to say let's turn to the question of re open economy and as you say we don't want to do that to download because we've seen situations for example in Singapore where they may have moved a little too fast but how do we come in about you with the plan about how to do that how will we know the right time to do that and how do we do it take an example here it Indiana governor Holcomb was out early on I think listening to what we needed to do especially with a place like Indianapolis for most of the state looks like it's been working they expanded it for two more weeks but then gave a little latitude for smaller businesses that are nonessential there let them now do curbside delivery or customer can come in and pick it up without opening your store that's the kind of common sense stuff I'm talking about you do it selectively you do it in the places where you've had the least number of cases where you're most sparsely populated use common sense the idea that we need to do like a national shutdown in even the states that have not differentiated between hot spots in places where there's more social distancing by the nature of how densely populated you are a baths what I'm talking about be having your eye on not giving any ground up to the disease I think it it doesn't have to be an all or nothing one way or the other course we don't want a wholesale re opening of the economy is I think it would would backslide on having the disease down and vice versa the center is a thank you letter do we need to have vastly greater capability of testing across the country in order to really do this reopen economy because we won't know where we are we won't know whether it backs later at if we take can't test on awful lot of people I think camping is something we're gonna grapple with it probably won't get to where we need to be during this first about with the novel coronavirus I think we'll be in great shape if it tried to resurface this fall I look at the mortality rate in the cases because the mortality rate we know is accurate and we also know that the number of cases if we could verify with tasks experts instead of anywhere from three five to ten times as many the thing that I think that most people freaked out early was a mortality rate that looked like it could be in the two and a half to three percent range mostly experts now saying it's going to be way under one percent if not even closer to the flu but I don't want to give up any ground man I just want to be smart about how we do it and that means that you take the risk of re opening the economy in the places were you've not had the incidence of the disease and testing we should be doing is graphically if we can get data that backs up that general idea of what I think the solution is but I don't think we'll get there with enough pass they were gonna give us the full amount of information we need to where we start re opening the economy before we have everybody tested I think that'll pick is way too deeply into the air and we'll have them here repairable demand and supply destruction have a consequence center were clearly fighting a national crisis and you'd like to believe there's no partisanship but just give me a view into that phase for the report to you said you don't think any senator would react what would resist increase the amount of money for small business do we think that we can get a face for through without partisanship breaking out can you work together with the Democrats can Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house work together with Mitch McConnell I think we can if we stay focused and that means take care anyone who was overlooked or omitted from pastry enhance where we know there was a need for more when we had a limited amount of time to get the numbers right do not be tempted to try to add a Greg a grab bag of policy stuff into it which you know I think speaker Pelosi did try to do that most senators Democrats and Republicans included we thought we had it across the finish line if you recall that didn't happen until late I think we've learned a lesson there stay focused on where we didn't have it flashed out well don't try to have a lot of extraneous stuff thanks to Republican senator Mike Braun from Indiana.
"braun" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Band and and now joined by Braun senator Mike Braun of Indiana who's become quite frankly one of the big stars is entire process is really putting the president's case forward in the you know to the American people take put is in the room yesterday I actually found the two days of questioning to be in the frost to grind through this whole thing in the world I guess it's I I thought was very illuminating the the back and forth in the questioning and the strategic positioning of some of the question from the different parties you could see what they were cases they don't think it's been re you know done enough or how how was it being in the room it did have that excitement bed edge but it was eight hours two days in a row so all along I thought the process is men be labor and we're seeing a little reputation I got the last question and so the clock was cut and Michael Lee and I put the question together it was about comparing with Dershowitz's framework of public interest political interest in personal interests I thought that was a good job I said how do you compare what Joe Biden did you know where there was a real personal interest mixed with political interest as opposed to from public and this one though you asked would he have been impeached exact that was a very I love the out that was my question and I wanted Mike to kind of help me finance it and it got it was the last one Israel is a might drop at the end that was filled with it but I mean I think that shows you he gets off Scot free it's the bond no investigation and then they try to take our president you know to the carpet like this on a flimsy or case so I thought it was a defining question yeah jump in here guys did you have did did she did you think you had to clean up Dershowitz and why was George was in in in Florida yesterday what is the whole what's going on there well obviously they don't think he has any constitutional cred now because it didn't fit there you know kind of dialogue and I think the Democrats because I the question we did that the day before right at the tail and then it was aimed at Dershowitz and I said to see he was not there so then I had to kind of re phrase it and I thought they did a good job with it because at that point there were a couple things that were really defining the whole conversation chef and his crew you know ill founded the articles you know weren't planted solidly and then when you look at the political context of purely partisan talking about it since inauguration up ending an election nine months away it just didn't make sense and it came over the way the framers never intended something like this to happen purely partisan in fact it was partisan against the merits of the case I think they really thought through swamping US with reputation polishing their presentation that they were going to fool people and I think the ones that were in play we all kinda knew about or even started and ironically it came down so there were two might drop moments yesterday last night both with that senator Lamar Alexander obviously when he put his statement out after all the questions and that was I think Mike is a cough the famous investigative reporter just tweeted out it's over but there is another might drop moment when Adam Schefter got up there complain about only one side being able to call witnesses and was it just me or did you actually hear groans from senators when he made that comment because it was so egregious as of what what did he Adam Schiff really just go up there and say oh and complain about only one side be able to call witnesses we were senators did I hear their or their audible groans there would have been only higher decibel level when you use that statement about if you block from your head's going to be on a park that was everybody grown so now I think he with the hot Parker CO just thinking that if the the smoothness he thought he was going to kind of articulate himself into a case and it just wasn't there and it got to be the laboring for somebody like me that I can always try to cut to the chase see what the key issues are and you there were ninety five percent of Republicans knew where they were going to go because they look at this in the full context didn't need a case to be made especially when it was based on something that Dershowitz the real moment when I saw them kinda all was when Dershowitz got out there and then that course they try to impugn his reputation and his crowd and that gave a lot of people on our side that were struggling of how to think about this a framework to do so let's go to were to take a short commercial break but Brahim walkers to Hey get more access the show's been on fire I wanna make sure every gets up there knows how to download it's all free walk and the website welcome to everything get if you're just joining us now you miss the epic knowledge of frozen tree for this morning will be up at war room door all you have to download on Paul 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"braun" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Braun we'll work hard for our money but a new analysis shows we are wasting billions of dollars each year bit by bit from our bank accounts how will Tonya rightly says we are clearly making some mistakes with our money Tonya's a millennial money expert and she joins me now to help shed some light on what's really going on and how even the worst savers among us can still manage to tuck away some cash for a rainy day Tanya welcome how are you I'm doing pretty good Kyle thank you so much for having me well I can understand being a little bit wasteful with money maybe not tracking purchases or something I'm guilty of that what are some of the the most common mistakes that you run into yeah we all had to spend money we all have needs and wants but what happens a lot of times the people are competing their needs with their one into this because you wanted intensely doesn't mean anything and you know we leave our house we go to the store for a need and then we walk out with a whole bunch of one and so are often recommend for people to address that is before you check out ask yourself is this a need OR one after the other every item you're about to purchase and if it's a what I encourage you to put some of those ones that because you you the way that the next time you go away so money is a little better and so is the part is that but then I also work with people who you know it's a tiny you know what I've done everything that I can I'm not buying exiting the I'm not buying anything I want actually it's my needs that are costing me money and so I asked them are you comparison shopping are you shopping around annually and a lot of people are doing that because they locked in car insurance they locked in a phone bill they locked in a cake paid cable bill and that's just what they pay and they paid out for the upcoming years instead of stopping around annually to find out if they're eligible for discounts or if there's any promotions that could be applied to help them save money it's good stuff we don't think about that often you're you're right we do get locked in a these automatic payments in something you said also you know he is struck a chord with me I'm a big fan of the wish lists and I take the approach of keeping things in my cart when I'm shopping online I find that by doing that a lot of times this stuff that I I shop for I pick out and then a week later I find out that you know I I really don't want that after all oh my god that's so true I look at my car like I wanted that the back but it gives you that surreal of shopping you know with without actually spending so that I can appreciate that outside of those once in needs conversations what are some of the other biggest culprits that you're finding that siphon away cash from our bank accounts well you know one of the biggest culprit might come a surprise you or might not actually overdraft fees so baby at day recently released a new analysis and they found that it's hot U. S. cities are paying three billion dollars an overdraft fees ever re yeah yeah so even on the Carolina girl and base their Los Angeles I'm gonna put that in perspective for you and so the average and then we know it's been about seven hundred million dollars or at a Los Angeles in general it's been in seven hundred million it year an overdraft fees and right there Raleigh to spending thirty seven million dollars a year an overdraft fees so boiling that down the average overs after they're getting three hundred and seventy four dollars per year on overdraft fees and Kyle that's a lot of money especially considering the average American does I have four hundred dollars set aside and never did the savings in the specially when you're talking about needs and wants if there's if there's a need that someone has in there blowing that money on an overdraft fees thanks what are some other ways and we can be smarter with budgets yeah so what what the out dated with Dave at what you can do is you can connect that your bank account and the date out by the seventy five dollar advance from your next paycheck to help you avoid overdraft fee it works by thinking up to that bank account in analyzing your upcoming expenses if it's either the upcoming expense is putting you at risk of overacting you will see a text alert and give you the option of using that seventy five dollar advance from your upcoming paycheck but did it doesn't stop there because will also connecting with job and gave in your area the you can make a little extra cash to make a couple extra dollars to put toward your savings or to build that emergency fund got to have that side hustle yeah the title is important you know might not be expert in something to bring it is a lady there are gigs available around you that can help bring more money not bad will Tonya's as we're talking about you know the money moves for twenty twenty and and maybe things that people could do better how about some action items for someone who wants to maybe turn over a new leaf with their financial goals this year I I've heard some folks talk about things like putting your savings on auto pilot or are paying yourself first any advice like that yeah you know I'll probably be good for some people but if you you know you can certainly find yourself over dropping it might not be something that for you is that you get a handle your finances so getting a handle your finances means getting more intimate with your finances I recommend that people analyze their expenses regularly so auditors out the way you know the Iraq with someone else without if you are yourself every quarter that means sitting down putting out your transaction in looking at like the items are what I call lifestyles that are those are items like the groups and or any additional services that you're paying for regularly that are costing you more money than you anticipated at the top of the year or when you did your budget but it outside of that it is sometimes you just need to make more money I'm surprised more money that's helpful taking advantage of the gig economy I'm finding jobs near you you know if you have children and so forth he done if they feel like you have a lot of free time baby is walking dogs in your neighborhood or if you do have is a tad of free time maybe it is delivering groceries or you know the mail service and so forth sell help you put aside the extra cash to put towards maybe don't want that you have sitting in your cart for building that they be funny if you don't have that four hundred dollars put that aside so many options out there you mentioned website earlier any other handy resources that you recommend we can go.
"braun" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"You know braun is masterminded 'em he will come out publicly and say i don't mind taking a back seat like braun one thing about braun he don't mind addressing the media and he put in his pride aside so i think it will be a no brian is no problem like we braun like you ever hear him talk about the president's political stuff you'd be sitting up here like man this dude is just the chosen one in everything seriously though man like you ever hear him speak like it's just like man like will you come up with this stuff on my life perspective on it away all the world there's a level out some other dot com i said man you just know you're just the chosen one can stand out but yeah so you just south of look i'll take the backseat i'll play magic johnson you you know you do you're thing you do and right here because brunner's in after over twenty seventy more you nineteen eighteen gets you ten assists and ten rebounds would be a triple double threat every night and just think about it i mean would you need reach thirty thousand points they already got their own they need to give his ten thousand assistant ten thousand revolving credit he's always wanted to include everyone whether lord of his heart is whether it's a funny handshakes or something serious and politically entire miami heat team to take that photo with trayvon like he's always been inclusive experience as a player as man he's always one like i wish more guys would be like him he always speaks up like braun always speak so like if something's going on in america he comes out and he speaks up yeah he protects you know i mean so he just all around great guy but i also had someone do that friend like way did that for him and they were like you know wade was still at the peak when they both when he arrived and he was like nods you're if russia sixty it's you're team he's been in that scenario before june on the receiving absolutely death circle of life it is like that there is certainly like was like okay that's it you're good yeah i got my take on it i'm wow good nice 'em you're losing her movie review i mean i i got on were doing a part of the interviews you lose the caspian los angeles so i of all these teams the three teams toronto the clippers the lakers which team has the most to lose if co why doesn't choose them 'em the clippers the clippers has the most to lose in my opinion because they have been waiting on this recruitment all year long so they do have the most lose and they're fringe playoff deal right now absolutely the lakers they'll be fine solano there'll be fine but the clippers have the most talent kirk why you don't think it's delivered though well i don't think it's the clippers because basically they still got assets they could still go make trades at the trade deadline and then next year there's gonna be another free agent pool a class of guys who i think can really understanding get here to the clippers and buy into what they're doing i think doc is giving me the underdog role and that's what the kind of those kind of players coming in i look at the lakers and if it was just adian bron i'd have been good with that inning going out and filling out the roster but when they created the extra max slots and they've pushed in they've waited in weight and they've lost a lot of guys who i think can give them the depth of this team's gonna need part what i'm seeing now is that the lakers are gonna have to still play big minutes with a lot of guys who may not be ready to play big minutes it'll be a big make some big older veterans younger veterans in collide only play sixty games like i i've shown you i'll play in.
"braun" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"With the sale of the majority of her music catalog to one scooter Braun right she not happy she is not happy this is now the second day and you're starting to see the story take on a variety of avenues are people way in about the larger perhaps a greater context that this story deals where sense yeah no that's what I'm really interested in because she really is set some light on this who owns meal who owns the music even if you write it do you own it yeah and for a lot of artists that's not the case because of the deals that they sign early in their career we have the Beatles have Michael Jackson with their music just sold really pretty much underneath them and lots of lawsuits and different things you know the Beatles often in their song was in a and Nike Adam they're likely to second this is what what we would choose but Michael Jackson at that point but their music and then sold the rights to beer commercials have a lot of examples of this and you know whether you believe she was bullied whether you believe that you know this is the worst case scenario for her and her music as she said on Sunday it still worse talking about and I think that that's part of why she said it because he just wants to make sure that other people who might be coming up in the music industry you're not signing a waste all of your music you know it fifteen yeah because you you just don't know any better here just excited to be part of the process and and there you are and then of course there's all the little like details of what she offered all of her music if she signed another deal or was it kind of a **** for tat album then you get an album type thing but that to me is really interesting how that all shakes out and how you make those choices there are so many different avenues to take or to go down where this story is concerned because she pointed out it deals with the music industry at large and I think that's the it fascinating point I think part of why she did what she did in this all began because she posted this long screed on tumblr about her feelings regarding the purchase of her music catalog I think probably one of the intentions was our work one of the benefits to her of doing this is that it would make her look as though she were defending the rights of singers and songwriters everywhere and if your struggling singer song writer you know you're you're going to feel like yeah she's got my back and she is the most powerful woman in the music industry and she's you know pushing back against the horrible mean bosses who are just trying to take our art and and make money and profit off of that that seems like a very plausible specifically man she made a point to say taking from a woman men who did no work yes exactly so I think that was a very intentional outcome she was hoping for yes you got it but that said yeah I think there's so much that's very chewy that yeah I start to think about because I was thinking about this yesterday in terms of you know artists should own their work and you talk about the Beatles and you talk about Michael Jackson owning the rights and things here's the first thing and pray it's called capitalism and the system we live in is such that people can own up things that they didn't create that's just the way it is the house did you live in the you know there are so many things like this I'm not trying to make excuses for why Taylor swift got the you know a raw deal if that's indeed what you think my but it's like sometimes you maybe just have to look at the bigger picture nobody is doing anything to Taylor swift that hasn't been done before exactly I don't know if she's expecting that the music industry is going to change because what what does she honestly think is gonna change the other thing that I thought about yesterday and I know this is just very much being contrary into this particular perspective that most people are probably on the side of Taylor swift in this regard but if you think about it you yes you created that song but Taylor swift is not Taylor swift only because of Taylor swift flight it's Taylor swift is because it is who she is in addition to the fact that she's amazing and talented and super awesome she is also the product of a music industry that help make her what she is and that is not a gift that everybody gets and so the expectation that you were just gonna own everything that you create that it took to get you to where you are it's insane right yes now yeah but you've got the better deal could she have been treated more fairly all of that that is true but I do think it's important for people to sort of maybe take a broader view instead of just like pre yeah it's a whole team of people does that happen to everyone isn't this kind of like the same deal that everybody signs yes if she was being treated other people do but I but I get again she would probably say I'm trying to change this warm farmers hoping to but but I would say I mean you're gonna have to change the underlying economic system of the way we work because there is no expectation when I show up for work today but I'm gonna walk away like every show that you and I have done together we don't own the show now right now people are making money off of the work that we're doing that's what we signed up for now we're hoping to get as good of a deal to do this job right as anybody would when they get hired for a job but we go to a job as well and you don't you don't all the work that you do that's just part of unfortunately you know what we signed up for we didn't set up for we did have a choice about that's something that's so much bigger than just Taylor swift and I think a lot of people are coming up this story like pointy wish to if she's getting secure raw deal like she had the height of a penny you know after reflection of thinking about a little bit more you want to be on her side at first but then you're thinking okay probably everybody else's signed a similar deal and like you just said you know this is the way capitalism works and they wouldn't just be able to promote people's music spend all this money to promote her and create an image and not expect a sump pump out a product not expecting thing back they make money too that's what it's all about and to come off as that they tricked her somehow into signing something that was a good for her at a young age and it was men who did this you know specifically saying because their men and they wanted to take advantage of a woman I don't really think that's fair I think male artist signed the same details and I don't think that it had anything to do with a personal vendetta so you didn't want to end if men are responsible I mean I would I you might want to call up your own father right because he's on the board and he presumably is the one that signed for those deals were from mother I mean I I don't honestly I admit ignorance in this regard but I would imagine that the age of fifteen she's not allowed to sign a contract like this to your parents the house yes so I get so again it's complicated I don't think it's all good or all bad I think you just have to start asking those questions but if you go on the internet because I was you know scrolling through Twitter in an Instagram there is an army that no matter what people say people are like no you're wrong she's right go away all yeah no matter what that's why she had to get in front of this before anybody else said something because then she kinda can own the story in that way and she was very specific you know as we've mentioned just now that this is her very clear point of view and what of her fans will only listen to that yeah so she got out before it it makes sense then you think about well what are the alternatives yeah we have chance the rapper yes he has he's completely independence yeah but he's really don't think it well and you're not everything and be in control of everything you're not gonna get everything because you're not going to be right to benefit from the work of other people Taylor swift has benefited from the work of countless thousands of people who helped make her network says that she is think of all the people that work for the record company yeah the bosses make more yes yeah they did a quiz there yeah all those record reps that go around I can tell you from being in top forty music that you know they do spend money on promotional products yeah they put out to to radio stations and by far Taylor swift has the most promotional products it is mind blowing how much they sent to the station I have T. shirts sweat shirts bags toll I mean like a post it notes as a dealership I you know they just they we give away to people but also their like here take this as a gift and it's almost you know I mean you're going to play the record but it's not because the promotional items but I'm telling you the amount of money they spend all that stuff is mind blowing yeah well and even just the billboards alone zero she threw her head that way our own make it a simple Taylor swift versus scooter Braun just seems like an over simple cation yeah I will say really quickly before we go because we got run but not see she tweeted out and I love CO two me see is just one of the most amazing she said to on Twitter you're good kind man scooter Braun I hope this passes quickly I love you keep going and when he says something like that I I tend to wanna listen to her yeah because I feel like she is somebody who goes counter to the current of what most people would be worth thanks very reasonable to a cell okay we'll see maybe the tide is turning for Taylor swift here who you think will really no charge for mean girls yeah yeah she is yeah we can go deep old for another insect anyway what's coming up all we need to talk about big little lies because finally watch season two what does she think we'll talk about it next the.
"braun" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Braun. Also still some pretty heavy traffic of your eastbound one fifty one at Ingram. Eastbound ninety sixteen oh, four hunting Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w away I hear Weather Channel forecast for this Tuesday, mainly cloudy with a stray shower or storm possible. A high near ninety tonight sixty percent chance of showers with a low of seventy four right now cloudy conditions seventy five degrees. Get a move on his eight oh one at NewsRadio twelve hundred w. Away. I also had Antonio. Police say two men in their thirties were shot this morning in a house on Flanders street, which is off of I thirty five on the south side. They were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries nowhere from police on what prompted the shooting or if any suspects are being sought a sixteen year old girl has died after she was shot in the chest inside a southwest side home at happened in the thirty nine hundred block of south west military, avoid friend was with her at the time. But police don't know if the shooting was accidental or intentional the boyfriend rushed to the hospital, but she was pronounced dead a father and his two daughters were found dead inside their southwest side home last evening, a relative, enter the home, and then one hundred block of Evan Dale which is just west of Lackland air force base and found the nine eleven year old girls dead. Then arriving officers found the man dead in a bedroom. Police say all three apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning, although the medical examiner will make the final determination. Police say the family was getting. It's electric power from gasoline. Powered generator fire crews measured high levels of carbon.
"braun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is this Ryan Braun? Hey, Ryan Braun where you're calling from Charleston, West Virginia Charleston, West Virginia. What do you do there? Farmer. Those tough hard scrabble men, who mined the lavender in West Virginia. Shell you sound like you've been like bathing in lavender. Yeah. Well, welcome to the show Ryan, you're going to play our game and tried to truth from fiction. What's the topic Bill? We are looking for a few really, really good man armed forces of the best in the world, of course. And we all wish there were more wars in which they could prove it. They do demonstrate their excellence every day in other ways. Our panel tell you a new kind of military achievement. We just found out about pick the one who's telling the truth and you'll win the waiter of your choice in your voicemail. Ready to play. All right. Yeah. I let's hear from ROY blunt junior used to be armies fought to conquer territory. So or to win hearts and minds, so bombs. Today, everyone's fighting for a different objective all the US army's all American influence tune, there's wise cracking Ernie from Brooklyn, there's Gus from Minnesota, who can fix anything mechanical, there's Tonga she's extreme punk, but you'll come through an pitch. And daisy, the come hither martial arts, gal, and all the rest, they're all over so show, media and this week as tough on the outside sergeant task. But we took a big hill cover of us magazine..
"braun" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Braun. Is in the lineup today had a couple of hits in a home run. But he's still batting to six on the year. A good week. Maybe that goes up to two thirty. But the strike outs are up. His on base percentage is abysmal low. He's had some big hits. And the RV I total is. He's got eighteen RBI and Twenty-one hits. That's. That's isn't it. That's all. But Ryan Braun out of the brewers lineup last night had nothing to do with a maintenance day it had everything to do. With Ben gamble getting an opportunity against the right handed pitcher, something that should happen. More often. As gambles outstanding. He's been. He'd been better than a four outfielder. He's been great. Hey like leading off today. Well, he's not gonna hit against lefties too often. But there aren't a ton of lefties in the central division. Very few. Starting pitchers are lefty. So this is how it's going to be this is how would should be Ryan Braun his mid thirties player who is struggling to hit his weight. That's where we are right now. So don't worry about the maintenance plan worry about the production. Ryan Braun sitting was a production issue yesterday that that's why you had the day off production not maintenance map, Paul. He's got brewers weekly coming up following the eight o'clock news. We'll get his thoughts..
"braun" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Good stuff. Welcome back to the Chad braver show. To chat radio show. I am always fascinated when I had the opportunity one to talk to anybody that is in the Hollywood movie making business. But specifically when I get an opportunity to talk to the guys that I think really make the movies that I enjoy in. That is the Hollywood stuntman professional stunt men and women who don't really ever get to see their faces in. So they're the Hollywood heroes. It can kind of go through undetected in obscure. And I got one of the great ones on the phone with me today. Mr. Eddie Braun, Eddie how you doing man? Hey, chad. How are you? Thank you for having me on your show. I can't wait to talk to you about some of this stuff. You got some incredible success with the movie that you've just come out with. We'll talk about that. We're going to get into that. But I I I've had some opportunity we talked about it before we came on the air here. And we had the opportunity to spend some time with some professional stunt men and. I always ask them the same question. You guys have got to be crazy right actually chat. I am far from crazy. I'm I'm a pretty regular do it all I'm not that. Crazy. I love doing it. Because there's a big difference in our mutual friend. Walter Scott told me a long time ago. He said, you know, he said our goal is is to not get hurt. We do everything to not get hurt in professional stunt men and women we're not dare-devils. We're out there. Trying to do this in live to to do it another day in how did it in the world? Did you get started with this? Well, let me start out Chad by defining. You know, people say, hey, you go to work, and you don't wanna get hurt of when I go to work. I always get hurt. Injured right. Always get hurt going to work. It's like a professional boxer or professional football player if he's successful. He gets hurt every week, right? There's a difference for being hurt and being injured. They're clear difference shares. So would producers and people say, hey, we don't want you to get hurt doing as well. I can't do it that. Well, what do you mean? You can't do it falling to the ground or crashing through that wall. Hurts you know, you just not to get injured. So there there's a difference of her versus injury. Right. That makes makes complete and total sense. And there's a skilled of that. There's an art to it. I'm sure. Well. Yeah. If you're not halfway decent at it. You won't be doing it. But yet I got started as a kid. I was very fortunate to meet evil knievel. And and I don't know if you know much about evil knievel but back in the in the seventies. Every kid wanted to be. I mean, the man wore a Cape everybody be like him. So I met him as a kid. I don't Oz nine ten years old. And from that moment on I did not want to be anything else. But like evil knievel that was kind of like the thing that motivated me into now from that. I started racing motorcycles and whatnot. Which led to me starting as a professional stuntman at the age of seventeen. Well, if you've just all of a sudden decide, hey one day, I'm going to this. I want to do a career. I mean, there's I'm gonna make a career out of being a stuntman. Well, I didn't really know when I was seventeen and back then in the early one thousand nine hundred eighty or so people really did not know what a stuntman was. I mean, this was before behind the scenes and cable TV and anything. So so Stutman were kind of a an obscurity. No one really knew what? And who they were. I just knew I wanted to do something really cool and because of meeting evil. Evil as the child because of my motorcycle background. It led me to meet people. Like, I said it seventeen I got in with a bunch of old Cowboys, and they had me do my age was great at the time being the kid. So they'd let me do a couple of things which led to another couple of thing before I knew it. I was like getting regular checks and making money Hollywood stuntman, and it was bitching. I know that when I was a kid back through the seventies. And eighties..
"braun" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Is really pretty morning. Actually. We are here with Gary Braun and gene McManus, and Michael Kornheiser Nigel is going to run the board. He's going to do the news. We have a special guest, Michael swimmer former major league baseball player who was involved in a very interesting project by denting talent and and sort of paying talent in the minor league level hoping that there will be payoff for both the talent on the company. I got this correctly in the major league level. It's it's analytically based, which means we'll will not miss. Audio and we have a, we have a bunch of people right in here who are listeners of the podcast in the other room because chatter is a big restaurant. Is it in the other room? We're going to have about forty or fifty people from Catholic charities who at some point during the show are going to try to do a forced conversion of may. We'll see what happens. Those auto defense that they had in the fourteen hundreds genie with me because genie, how many years of Catholic covered I can cover. Okay. So we know what we're is. In fact, a leaf blower Wednesday. I want to mention the World Series last night. The World Series tonight at chatter tomorrow night and NFL game the World Series resumes chatter on Friday. I don't know about the face painting because on the weekend because the nor'easter is supposed to hit. I, I don't know. You could go to the website. I'm sure we have a website chatter DC dot com. Whatever. Out. I should tell you that an anti patient. We did the one thing that everybody does in anticipation of giant rainstorm. We cleaned the windows. The windows are beautiful here today or tomorrow. The windows are beautiful. I.
"braun" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"Oh, man. I love you. I'm pumped about this episode. We have Tim Braun on day Amazon. So good. Yeah, this crazy. This is a really fun one. He is such a doll. I keep thinking about that one story where he told about the woman which won the readdress, which one. Oh, that one. Oh, he's gonna tell I did an action that you guys that would give it away. So like with Tim Brown, it was like when the situation happened spiritually and he's like, this is too much with the bone. He was no return onto give it away. It was founded and then Sandra, very, a very difficult childhood in life. And there was a time in his life when he was talking to God directly without ego, and just saying like right now. And this is enough like this is all I can take. And I just think about that situation. I, oh, well, you know, and I guess you have used that sparingly. I think people would probably cry, wolf Alon maybe I would be one of those people, but it was interesting thing to think about that having that communication with God, like I, I'm, I'm at the point where I don't feel like you take any more. Do you know. Yeah, Tim is. So I've been seeing Tim Brown and he's a world renowned medium. And I've been seeing him for about three years. I see him like once a year. He's just special. He's like different than anyone I've ever seen or sat with in reading like this. And what I love about Tim is that like he is, she's really helping people to deal with grief and loss and both Christian. And I went to tens office down in the OC in southern California, and both of us have experienced Lawson in different capacities. And so we sat together and it was a really, it was a funny reading. It was emotional. It was spot on. He talked about her relationship. We'll get into that in this interview. But yeah, I just think that's really special because I, I don't have the words to help someone. Oh, I don't always have the words to help someone dealing with profound law. Us. So I always think of Tim, like I'm like, because I don't wanna freak people out but on like maybe go see a medium because honestly, it is just so comforting. I always feel my loved ones in the room whenever they come through and I always leave feeling just really open and and revived and hopeful. And but anyway, he's really special and his whole story is very interesting. So we're just happy to bring him to you. He was really, really good. It was. It was so interesting for me because I think I talked about none the pipelines, but I'm not sure about my grandma coming through on my mom's side who we never actually got along in my life and she lived waved. A white flag of surrender was very sweet. And you know now I it just kind of like Sierra relationship totally differently. And now I kind of like call on her not certain times and I can feel her with me and I'm feel so I feel so grateful for that message, you know, to kind of like. Flip the script on our relationship. You know, I was so young and she was in a different situation and all these things..
"braun" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Why would might trout why would the angels why would is part it's ryan braun is the fourth where i don't even have the hard to bring this up anymore that's that's great if the the grave disappointment to me i am not attempting to exaggerate here and also i don't know what kind trampoline we're talking about of it's one of the in what was what was he doing what is he doing it looked like it didn't look like a backyard trampoline and it amic get him going off a screen chat here but it looked like a a trampoline park kinda thing where it was like a a pad that you bounce off of so hot and there's a bunch rammed metal bars but between that probably hard to tell but i'm sure there were yet there's always tsa the thing that you can land on unhurt hurt yourself so yep yep yep okay so ryan braun fourthworst season in the last sixteen years by ultimate zone rating that has not by opens honoring per one hundred fifty that's just fourthworst fourthworst it's a behind twodozen nate brad hop to his and five bernie williams and a two dozen seven ken griffey jr bernie williams played fewer innings to get that marked than brian bronze o file that away but by defensive run saved ryan braun is tied for the second worst if it's abc's nonrecord 2010 met camp playing center field for the dodgers shows up at negative thirty three runs that's bad but he played 1300 six innings two thousand five michael young shorts off the texas rangers played 1300 fifty six innings he was negative thirty two defensive run saved and of course ryan braun right there negative thirty two with four hundred fewer innings played than the two names in front of him however shout out to 2013 yenkey shorts up at where to nunez who achieved the negative 28 us in six hundred eight point one innings.
"braun" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"Let's talk about things that are less fun but apparently very significant like came coming in to completely dominate everyone is in the ring with so he's destroyed finn ballor seth rollins dean ambrose at even daniel bryan it's like it's 1998 all over again is a dominant came who knew longer as pie rocca that oh dupeyron does this hold any interest for you as a fan they're building him up why for braun for his election what is glenn getting out of this i wa to me it's clearly for brahma he came out talking about brauny through barnum trash from factor so i think that the building him up as a monster he'll for like you said earlier a face braun to face uh i think that's where things are headed and also fill i this is probably keane's goodbye tour i mean this is probably addis map for the end of libertarian can this i think this is the best use of a cane it's probably on his way out is to have him be a monster one last time and then pavin put overbroad executor at i think it works great you know as long as it's temporary and i think it has no choice but to be yeah no because you can't go often be mayor of whatever's veil and then also be a spooky d and it well let's talk about some quick shots from this week what do you think about oscar getting an honest to give his squash match good well you know what happened what i was thinking about today and this unnoticed leaves into what we're going to talk about later put us like.
"braun" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Thanks for listening and supporting the art of charm brit list of all of our amazing sponsors and discount visit the art of germ dot com slash advertisers it now for the gripping conclusion of our interview with adam braun do you have an example of how that might look because i think a lot of it will will think i don't want to execute on anything because if i do it wrong that i've already taken steps in that direction that's incorrect i'm going to get a trouble for that they not like that they're going to be thinking who is this cocky guy who thinks he knows how to actually do the work before he's even set foot in the office i would have been afraid of that so auditor agree example that happened literally yesterday visitor employees admission you that's an absolute rock star and i had a meeting with a very very high level ceo very large company at her office yesterday and there we have open couners and people can see and i had actually emailed our team inside this person's going to be in the office so just as that's a measured offices tidy in that you know there's not sensitive information in and don't have food all over the place showed up the night before my meeting with this other ceo i got an email from this guy didn't requested the nasrin nothing but i got an email it said i saw that you're gonna me meeting with such and such here are a series of questions that i think would be really helpful if you wanted to surface to him for not just you but for all of us across the organization and right there i had a roadmap for what i needed to make sure i asked in that meeting and it wasn't just things that i was thinking about but it was elements that we're gonna help all the other employees across lowney and again.
"braun" Discussed on The Box Seat Boys Podcast
"They have the nets number or first round pick i won't say number one pickers than not necessarily the worst thing next year but they have the first round pick for the nets next year as well i would consider making some moves even if you trade a couple of guys you know get your number one pick this year whoever it be viewed good a guard trade when you are guards for another save lottery pick next year so possibly to lottery picks next year you've got your number one pick this year plus you have a little bit of a foundation already and the team gave a young or if you keep bradley in those guys then you have to picks i trump picks next year three four years celtics are really good and the braun hopefully is knock dropping fifty a game anymore you know that that's one way to build i don't know how they're going to go about it nia yeah it's it's gonna be something watch i think for all nba teams free she's gonna be fun to watch yeah yeah uh so the lakers have the to pick what is your opinion on them getting the second pick in going with lawn so do you think that's like 100 percent guaranteed or or what do you think i wouldn't call it a 100percent guaranteed um i do see it more likely than not happening i think ones it will go to the lakers.