21 Burst results for "Brealey"

"brealey" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:52 min | Last month

"brealey" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"And I never. I feel so safe with you that even if you are telling me something that's hard to hear I really appreciate that you are carefully wording it in a way that is gonna be the cushy to receive it like I. See I received that as love that you are being. So careful with your words because you know I was in a marriage before this and the he'd just didn't have that love language and I still have statements that he said to me during fights like embedded in my body. I- words are really really important to me And so it everybody's different and the codependency thing is something that we work on. But I feel like guess, we get more intimate the we short and increases it's like you're. More secure, your attachment gets the more you can be independent. But. What's what's a fight? Okay. Yeah. So fight and this one is totally actually I think almost exclusively on me what in hindsight and I don't think I apologize to you properly about this. So. There are different phases of this corentin like we've been in it for so long and one of the first phases for me and one of the longest was. I became obsessed about our house being gleamed like. Brealey obsessed about it like kind of staying clean all day but certainly being cleaned by the time I had Leila down so that I could put I could sit down on a couch and look at it clean house like that felt so important to me. and. I didn't know what was happening then but in hindsight I'm like, yeah that makes sense I was. Confined to the house and feeling trapped. So I was like I, need to at least make this environmental enjoyable as possible. I was worried about. The fact that there was this pandemic and every, there's so many unknown elements and it felt so out of control, but I was trying to control the the. One thing I could. And I was like trying to keep my mind busy so that I wouldn't just settle into the discomfort of of all of it and. so I but what was so funny about it was that I was obsessed with keeping the house clean because it's like I want it a problem. Something you control. Control, but I I I was. Enjoying. The. Clean House. Yes but I was almost more than that enjoying being stressed about the clean house instead of being stressed about the global pandemic probably right. So you're saying. Something more manageable where.

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Marketing and Branding in a Voice-First World

Inside VOICE

12:11 min | 7 months ago

Marketing and Branding in a Voice-First World

"Have with me today. A Sanjiv n John of what Stone Technologies Welcome. Gentlemen on Yes so you guys did a talk earlier today about marketing and branding and a voice I world. Can you talk a little bit about what you guys were explaining in that workshop? So in fact. I'm going to give the JOHNSONS. He was the one that was on the panel. I love it right so There were a number discussed The one of which of course was Discover ability that's top of mind in for most brands agencies marketers is how to. How do you get to the skill of the action in the first place? How do you make people aware of Discover ability on this platform system is still an area. That's very much influx in very much development I know I know that there are teams in Amazon and Google and in Bixby. That are working heavily in that space. Now that said there been some creative solutions around Addressing that that we're discussing the panel including Social Media Marketing to in social media pushes doing time events. For example the rain agency didn't interesting release with The Nike Sneaker Shoe drop that tied in with the halftime show of an NBA game. So you you had a very present call to action and you know the television was informing the home users to use their Alexa. I'm you can't get much more direct than that. Yeah I mean when you're talking about discover ability because that is something that people struggle with. It's just like any other marketing. You have to push it out. How would you suggest people do that on? Social Media Brealey when you're when you're doing on social media for example part of that is just letting somebody know you can now talk to? This brand. Alexa opened my brand right. Or Hey Google talk to my brand. But moreover you can target S- Certain user groups on on facebook you can look for hashtags on twitter You can do more targeted marketing or two people that are interested in more information about the Surface area that your skill touches on and I'll I'll use the term voice application to be a little bit more broad because you know every rightfully so every business us every brand would wants to have as much reaches as possible so they they wanted to be on every platform as possible so I think targeted Campaigns that focus on. Let's say for example. I'll just pull out one case in point. Let's say you have An Agency for balloon rides right then you would be targeting. People that have been searching for a balloon rides in a given area. Maybe you would. You would target like travelocity As a as a marketing platform. So you want to think about you. Know the keywords the demographic that would be likely to use your skill likely to be looking for your skill that makes sense. I mean how important is it for you to also teach these people how to use the scale how to interact with that? You're not only marketing. That hey we have a skill but how do you kind of Tell Them? What is the best way to use it right so he wanted to be as intuitive as possible. So you don't have to teach in the first place so keep the interaction Light quick and direct and deliver value quickly like for example One of the peace process of our platform involves coupon delivery. So Oh so you would engage the user with a set of very quick. Yes no pre qualifying questions to ascertain whether they are interested in the coupon you're offering and whether they're the right target audience but you don't want to Overdo it with a litany of QNA's you want to keep it down to like two or three questions than okay yes It sounds like you're interested in this. Please provide your phone number. And we'll send you a discount code and of course you want to make that Discounts worth it to that person to give up their phone number because of course. That's another piece of personal data so Of course you have your privacy statements. That's you're not going to be solid to third party But with the particular brand at that that's Phone is a phone numbers. Offered up to that particular brand can still use it to do additional reminders. We always in the space. We tend to think voice. I and often forget that it's not necessarily has to be boys exclusive so you can capture that initial data and then keep the conversation going on another platform so you you've got the phone number you then have SMS capabilities. Yeah I like that. You're saying it's not just voice I. It's voice exclusive. Because a lot of people do think I should just doing voice. It's really about integrating with every single thing you're right you want to meet the customer where they want to be met and so if they're coming to you with a on the voice platform certainly. That's where you meet them and you can use the voice platform for doing it with the voices good at like we found. It's good capturing numbers is spoken numbers. It's not very good at capturing spoken letters so even spelling an email address like the letters z could be mistaken for being often is My last name for example spelled I W Z is pronounced. Iwata's what do you think the likelihood of my spoken last name? We'll get transcribed correctly by the smart speaker. Can I don't care which far speaker you're now? The two of you both worked at Microsoft right. How did the tune of you knew? And why did you decide to create this company together so we met in two thousand one when I moved to Philly and we worked at Microsoft consulting services? We've known each other. I nearly twenty years and then we had I think as we went from being co workers to where we actually spent seven years making short films together and then I was between jobs and then John had this idea about doing something with Alexa and I had this sudden thing of going. You know I could go look for a job or you know when I turned seventy. I don't WanNa be sitting on my deathbed going. What if I tried and tried? And and we're we're we're at here. We are and John. John came along for the ride of Your Role. So when you decided to work together is one of you. More technical wants where the vision where the marketing. How do you guys work together? So John John is the so. He's in charge of the architecture. The platform where where we take in this. I'm the Shiny Talker guy you know and so I work. I work on that. We also have. We also have Patty Curry. She's helping us with marketing and strategic initiatives. We have a GUY UP IN BOSTON. Vic South Who's helping us with business? So I love it a little bit so you guys knew each other for a long time. He started this company. But you've been doing film work as well. What do you do? Where did that come into play? Does that have anything to do with the voice? If you're doing as well to well we a lot of the filmmaking. We did was actually around horror comedy and stuff like because we we always found whenever we tried to write a series script. Just started goofing off and so in comedy lights and that kind of Trent but honestly where I think the filmmaking came in with audio is one of the things John and as we started to we we were self taught and I taught myself how to do sound. John taught himself how to be a director photography and as we started getting into the in into working with film you know part of part of making a film is understanding how to tell a story and having a beginning middle and an end and when you think of conversation conversational design. It's the same thing you need to have a beginning a middle and an end and also as you're working with the film one of the biggest components it's actually more I believe it's about sixty to seventy percent of a film is the audio and so when you're making an audio application. There's a lot of crossover audio engineering of how do you? How do you get a person to feel like? They're part of this experience. How do you communicate is it? Are you know when you make your choices? Are you using the voice of the assistant? Are you choosing to use a human just using way files? What kind of you know? Maybe you're mixing some different audio in the background. So there's there's quite a bit of crossover when you really get down to it. Yeah there is an one of the things I love about this voice text base is. It's pulling in so many creatives my background's in dance originally and I do writing. People are writers. They're filmmakers. Why do you think that there is such a big pull of the creative space into this piece of technology more than others? I think everyone wants to live star Trek. Because let's get real. This is what we're starting to see. This is this is star trek this her being able to turn around to the computer and say turn the lights on. Turn the lights off. Phasers on stun right John. Yeah I actually used if this then that to set up an experience on On our speaker so that if I say you know red alert it blinks might Philips Hue Lights Red and and the Star Trek klaxons begin sounding. I mean yeah I agree. It's an interesting. I never thought about it that way. But that makes a Lotta Sense. So what advice do you have four brands? That are considering voice technology. Invoice Skills Abou- where they should start especially when it comes to their marketing component. Let's say they have a skill. They're utilizing capacity. What should they be doing as a brand I? I think starting simple certainly start with a very simple interaction that goes back to earlier statement delivered value quickly to the consumer. Don't involve THEM INTO A LONG-TERM CONVERSATION. Attention spans are fairly short so And used that learning to then build on and augment the skilled use that to determine what customers are looking for where they engage in where they not engaging where they dropping off you know. And it's an iterative process so it's not a one and done deployment. It's an ongoing Is going process? And to build on that We had the experience from releasing a skill that was like a treasurer on adventure story That is like an audio drama. Meets treat hundred venture self guide to story and we had some engagement with it was designed for children. It was written up in in Pc magazine as one of the top one hundred skills for kids But once the skill is finished there's no incentive to return once the person's face the game. There's no new content for them to explore so something to consider and strongly so is. How do you incentivize the person to return to the skill to become a monthly active user? So it comes back to refreshing your content and making sure that contents is. What the user certainly whether you sorta looking for make fresh make it new and put that content creation into the hands of the brand managers because certainly they're going to be the ones that other customers

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Finding the Right Therapist

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:39 min | 9 months ago

Finding the Right Therapist

"The one thing that the research shows clearly in terms of the benefits benefits of therapy in other words. What is it about a given therapist that increases the probability that professional is going to be effective? Have good outcomes and most of the research shows that the thing the necessary ingredient that distinguishes someone who is effective versus. Not so much is deep. empathic atonement so no matter. What kind of therapies being used to have that empathic attuned other person in the room with you seems to be the sort of secret sauce? The magic ingredient that makes treatment Effective and that is categorically. been my experience so I'm not surprised by that. Found the finding now that still doesn't mean that Just empathy is all you need right. You need a certain kind of treatment and there are many treatments out there now. That are so called evidence based and so let's just talk About not just the treatment but also how to navigate the system generally speaking the way. No one whenever does this but the way it ought to be done. It should be done properly is you. I realize you're having symptoms If those symptoms are causing you difficulty the functioning which is sort of the threshold between you know just being miserable or having the blues and really. They're being medical problem. Trouble functioning and workers worker school relationships your cognitive functioning your legal functioning your work putting all those areas school functioning. Something's not going quite right. And you'd have some symptoms symptoms. That is a marker for medical treatment. I think you should always start with your primary caretaker and have a medical evaluation because I cannot tell you how how frequently psychiatric symptoms are the presenting manifestation of medical problems so the first thing is to rule out a medical problem. Then we'll have that ideally because again one of the problems with mental health services in this country has had. Who Do you go to how do you? How do you know what's not good? It's a pretty random process. I actually spoke about this at length yesterday. And a podcast called whiskey ginger with Andrew Santino. You like whiskey ginger. I love that show. You're a very a funny guy. He's very funny. He's a good interviewer too. So we get into some heavy stuff and so again you can hear more about that whiskey ginger and so then I I in my mind the way to do this properly as the primary caretaker refers you to a psychiatrist psychiatrists than does does a diagnostic. workup a medical psychiatric workup and comes up with a framework of diagnostic impressions. To help us understand what's going going on with you when you know. One of the things in medicine is if you don't have a diagnosis. You don't have a treatment. The treatments that we use are studied in the context of a particular diagnosis so up the treatments treatments are applied without the diagnosis. You're not likely to have a good outcome. So first and foremost does is. They're accurate. Diagnosis in is this an evidence based treatment for that diagnosis. Oh so proper diagnosis and treatment. Then that because the contrast are physicians they should make a decision as to whether or not pharmacotherapy. It'd be appropriate then. Ideally yeah that's a Kayak will refer you to the type of therapist you need. Cognitive behavioral therapies are very effective these days dialectical behavioral therapies for people that have personality analogy issues emotionally focused therapies for couples and people that serve longer term exploration difficulty accessing feelings regulating emotions. You may be referred specifically to Mutual Aid Society peer base things which are evidence based treatments and they are free. And they're on every corner things. I Dan twelve step that kind of thing. Then they're sort of many many other categories out there like if you say failure pharmacotherapy there might be trans cranial magnetic stimulation relation where these magnets to to raise the chemicals in the region of the brain associated with depression extremely effective therapies with almost no side effects. Or are you going to be said for mindfulness. RPM again a train. You at mindfulness or do you need physical Rehab and just get yourself mobile. They're all kinds of ideas about how to optimize mental health intervention. Do you need vocational rehabilitation. Should you be changing your work is there. Are there problems in a relationship where you need to have somebody come in and Brealey sort out. What's going on into personally or in the family dynamics so there's a lot of ways to approach these things and the professional should be making the decisions? The individual trying trying to navigate this. I'll be willing. It would be

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Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home with Frédéric Fekkai

The Beauty Closet

10:09 min | 9 months ago

Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home with Frédéric Fekkai

"Frederick Guy I have known no new forever. You're one of the most famous haired Gurus ever and we're so excited to have you On our podcast and we have so many questions for you the first one is like how did it start. Did you always love hair like where did your where did it come come found. Thank you gene for this wonderful introducion. Thank you Megan. Well you know it's it's interesting I was not. I didn't even know about here until late. I was really interested about design sculpture. Painting addicted to all of this semester tick was more about shape and forms Sta and then look enough. I got introduced to hand makeup when I was doing some modelling jobs back. You know what I was student. Yeah and that's how I discovered this world of Hass tatting beauty. I mean he was bigger uh and this is what is was one for is that I was introduced to not just hey. I was introduced to a world of beauty of fashion of of style and that that was the most exciting part of this. Oh how did you get into hair from that. This amazing Harrison makeup artist said to me. You know you feel like you aboard in Las our law school and you you WanNa Change. You know told him my story that was accepted at define out school in Paris. Call Bozarth my dad. You don't want me to good ass or hours as lawyer exactly so upset so she says so. Why don't you come to Paris and Helped me a little bit on the side. You make some money you go back to school. And that's it so I did. And and then she said my God. I really love what you do. You don't did you do this and say well I never thought about it and F- great and I said why not so. I quit the idea of going to two and half dozen assistant and then I met some of the most amazing talent and walked for Great Salon Company in France coach actor so amazing. And that's how I came to New York. You came to New York with Jacques to disarm to solve exactly wait and then how did you get to to you being the head of the biggest salon in New York. It's interesting and that's an advice. I give to my Mike Peers and friend is that you know you need to be curious. You need to be willing to do things and you know and I was always never content with weather. Had we wanted to know better so I was walking on every level. I was doing fashion show. I was doing photo shoot. I was doing Movies I was trying to do everything to to learn and by doing so I became a quite of a rare commodity eighteen hair because I was wanted. The only one who could do had on his to do as well in Salon. Usually usually studies stylized are mostly studies in studio and they don't know how to cut hair knew how to great to do great styling amazing but heading ha is not what they do because they never do so by doing. Both I became a Unicorn so would I have and the press of course loved it because I was births addressing the cheese supermodel and Regular client yeah and you're down to take a risk. Probably exactly a huge part and also you know the fact that I was doing hair for us for our normal count so I could give great guidance at could also get great feedback from customer on what product to us how to do. What is that concern? Is it caller. Is it a hair loss. Is it Strengthening is freeze. And that's how I developed my half my airline. Well I remember one of my first articles for L.. Jillian years ago was to they assign me you know I needed to. I had to go to your salon. The top of Bergdorfs and watch you you and a few of the other stylus for the day and write the story of what was happening and what struck me and I just I'd never i. I'd never seen anything like it was the way that you saw people and I saw all these different kinds of people come in you know young the old men women and there was this moment where you would see them and really look at them and I felt like you know you looked at them and figured about what was beautiful about them and then the work you did enhanced that beauty and I always tell people the difference between a good hair person or makeup person or any thing. Is You know if if they come in saying oh I know what you need. You know. You've you've done it all wrong. They're not looking at you and trying to see what's beautiful full about you and but I you know it was the way people even came alive when you looked at them you know and just took in who they were before you did anything anything and then you know the haircut would be magic. I mean I really watched people transform how did like was that something that you always had or did you develop it as you were cutting hair and understanding how to do it. I think the fact that festival learn sculpture painting and all this helped me but also to me it. The two lessons are give to to my colleagues. My appears is that listen first of all you have to be a good listener. Who you know? Don't put your ego in front with your ideas you know. I'm sure so. You have a lot of ideas but who cares now. Listen and observe use your is to really look at your doc. Client your model. Look at the height. Look there be D- their body language. Look at their proportion. Make shoot. That sings makes right mixed story so touched the hair found out what type of textual it is. What so because what? What is a great hairstyle? A great how is when when the volume the shape of the hair. The lent sits on your on your silhouette an enhanced your seat wet. It's not like Oh my God. It's a twin because there's a bank. Yeah it's everything is how her moves. How what volume what color you know? So it's a puzzle. Few pieces of that needs to be right to call the land the volume the texture. You know and all of this if you listen watch and then you apply. You usually have a great success. There's so much intuition on your apart though other pieces the person right like what what they are like and yeah looking at them and move its observation. John is you need to have some knowledge. You need to have some what I call. You need to have to store in your Mind Library of ideas when you have those collaborative ideas then you can see what would make sense a busy Sunday like a face where conditions that. That's your solution as you as you said you've had many salons and and you've worked on many hair care lines and you've seeing the difference that like product makes. How important is you know? Even something like shampoo compared with a cut compared with a color or is it a say it's just all you know it's so important that beauty general is when you are taking care of yourself and you know what what to do so it is so important that you know what type of shampoo you have. What commissioner and how so also wanting important? The people are misled. You don't need to shampoo your hair every day for everybody. Some people do some. Don't in fact it's sometimes it's better to not but it is also very important to not put too much shampoo on your hair out. Just use the shampoo directly. SCALP MYSELF SCAB and don't took shampoo on your hair because the shampoo from this Cup glide down and cleans the hair and Sola needs. You don't need to pull it all. Aw is that you don't need. And then you also do not need to commissioner on top of your hair you food you too from the ears down and that's all you need because the roots here don't even need commission so well. Yes because when it's close to this cop up to here is much more condition even dry hair dryer so would three inches of the roots brealey. Yes try getting it. From the oil is a Ha- that's the whole thing has so many systems. Yeah she's got she's got to wear a reason with cold water and all of this story or make exactly it makes hair shiny mix mix to hear the cold thing I keep thinking it's like the Wim Hof every part of the body

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I Live in a Former Schoolhouse and It's Haunted

Ghostly

03:31 min | 1 year ago

I Live in a Former Schoolhouse and It's Haunted

"Have always wanted to I believe in more but honestly I tend to side with skeptics oh I like audrey however the house my husband and I bought in two thousand fifteen has really he pushed me into being a believer I realize these events own crazy but they really did happen my husband is a truck driver and most times he's not home we know that the house had been a kingdom hall or Church at one time but it was remodeled into a spacious four bedroom two bath house on its own beautiful I tried to do some research on this but never found out any info I was recording a walk walk through the House on the day we got the keys when I had my I incident I was alone as I opened the door to the middle bathroom and witness a large white orb loop through the room and disappear into the bathroom mirror the skeptic in me said it's a trick of light but it was still unnerving my husband and I begin to notice sounds of kids playing and laughing thing we only notice it when our kids aren't here when the home is quiet these sounds continue to happen today after recording my daughter are dancing down the hallway I noticed there were literally hundreds of orbs captured on my phone unlike dust particles they moved in different directions and often change directions or paths this really messed with me I started staying a Brealey late every night watching them on my phone at some point I decided it wasn't going to pursue this anymore and I deleted the videos I quit taking videos of the house I wanted it to stop one day I was in the kitchen when I heard a loud sound on the deck as a headed for the front door I saw a glimpse of what looked like a blond boy in a white t shirt my daughter jumped up and France the front door out onto the deck we walked around saying hello but there was no one there weeks later I really is the sound I heard was the sound of a toy truck being pushed across the deck boards but at the time there were no toys on the deck and no kids outside mm-hmm we are in the country with no children living around us around this time my husband saw the face of a man in the bathroom mirror freaked him out to say the least he doesn't talk about it sometime later I was washing my face in the bathroom my kids were a few feet away in the bed him across the hall I leaned my face down towards the sink as I lathered the soap with my eyes closed all of the sudden it was like someone whistled right in my face yes my son said what was that my daughter said sounds like someone whistled I quickly wiped my face but remained calm because didn't want to scare my children but it was the most terrifying thing it seemed to settle down for a while but on occasion strange things still happen more recently I was laying in bed reading late at night I had a flat metal wall hangings sitting on a cedar chest at the foot of the bed it suddenly moved about foot on its own it scared me pretty bad and I had to call my husband we just found out this year that the original structure on the site was school house that at least explains the sounds of children that can be heard during the day when you're here all alone it's like they left an imprint on the location Shen

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"brealey" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"brealey" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"If you are a star you at some point will be rerouted into Brealey Larson, you know, I'm sure she's not she's not mad at herself for being captain marvel. But I do wonder if there's a way that you lose something by Larson, doing only King Kong skull island after winning an Oscar, and captain marvel. Well, we definitely lose something as I'm going to be the white. Stanley crowd chair and. You've got the ball. I've got the bought head and the glasses. We used to have collective fictions of movies. Everyone saw ET everyone saw these movies, and they represented some sort of a common thread of narrative amongst people, and it feels to me that as both the superheroes have taken over the big screen. But also as streaming has fractured. What people watch we have increasingly little common ground is viewers. You can't really assume the same kinds of things about how people watch today, which puts you in a slightly different position. In terms of like who are you writing to? And what are what sort of ideas? Are you writing about are you giving a guide to what to watch on Netflix? Or are you talking about the racial politics of best picture nominee? Those two things seem really far away from each other. Yeah. But I mean, that's not really I mean, I can bridge those. I mean, I can I can make sense. No. I mean, that's not hard. But I will say like when you put it that way. I think that the the need to want to connect to people from culture is. I mean, you guys have all have this experience rate. What did you guys watch Russian doll? No, this is all the bit. You watch. No, I didn't watch Russian doll. You see the what about a new catastrophe season that up? That's back on I'm been meaning to watch that. I haven't watched it yet. Well, you know game of thrones. It's come in. I I stopped after season two like the the spinning of the Buffy wheel to you land on something you can talk. So you can talk to somebody about it is these single most exasperated way culture conversation starter it just like you're trying to light a match, you know, I'm got one match left. And this doesn't I'm gonna have to go to the bathroom and pretend to to have left the party because it's putting everyone into like a bad first date since. Yeah. I mean, I guess we don't have anything income. It's not fun for me. And it's not fun for any of us rate. This is the apocalypse for me rate. Like, it is the thing that doesn't feel like a crater like it's not the end of the world. It's the end of of a bunch of other things that are actually like that are also meaningful and like. Less easy to to see as being over. But the idea that like I mean, I don't wanna go back to three network system. But it was a lot easier to just be like. Did y'all watch home improvement last night? CBS kind of person or an NBC person. I mean, I don't want home improvement back. But I'm just saying. The point really is just like we we really do look the culture to bring us together. And the idea that I would spend all this time trying to find a show that a stranger, and I have both seen in order to talk about it for what ten empty minutes at a party, those empty minutes are really meaningful. Because for whatever reason for that little bit of time. I am actually finding a way to talk to a person. I don't know. And this work is a conduit for that. And I think that part of the problem is going to sound crazy. I've never said this LL before an might like when it comes out of my mouth sound. Totally asinine. I think that's why we're kind of a little bit in this mess because think of the thing that we actually have in common to talk about. Now. What is it? What is the thing that no matter where you go on earth? Really now. What is the thing that you wind up talking about? It's that dude. It's him. We talk about him all the time..

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"brealey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"brealey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"How is it a bowl to I guess how how difficult is it for any airline to handle a situation? Like this. You know, crashes happen and that they're not good for manufacturers of aircraft. But when it's followed up by this sort of large-scale expression of let's call it skepticism towards that particular model how difficult is difficult is it for manufacturer to turn that around. I mean, you know, I it certainly difficult. It's going to be a big thing, especially because there there were lives lost in this case, you might recall when the Boeing seven eight seven was first flying, they grounded that plane for for some time because of problems with the batteries catching fire, and that was very scary situation and alarming for Boeing and and difficult for everyone. But, but of course, no one died from that happening. So so this is an extra step further along in where it's going to be. Yeah, they're going to have to do a lot of. I think eventually it will turn out. Okay. They'll they'll figure out the problem. They'll fix the problem. It will be fine. But, but it will be a long road to to get back from this, especially where the public and public perception is concerned well on that subject, and you mentioned there again, a quite useful parallel to one about the seven eight seven battery FIS, although as you correctly point out, those didn't kill anybody is anything that they can learn from that experience to apply to this one in terms of reassuring people that it's okay to book a ticket, knowing that's the aircraft. You getting on. I mean, you know, they're going to have to show that they that. They are addressing the problem that they've figured out the problem. First of all, I mean everyone's waiting for answers. You know, what's the information from the airlines crash what actually happened and what then can be done. If this is something in a design flaw. A software problem whatever it is. You know what what Boeing can do? And then it will just take time. You know, I think it will be the fix will have to be implemented. And then it will just have to show that it can fly safely in. It's just a matter of time. I think just like it was with the seventy seven to kind of rebuild confidence in the plane, go Brealey monocle transport. Correspondent thanks for joining us. You're listening to the daily. This issue. Our editors and photographers dispatch to all corners of fronts to paint a nuanced picture of the nation with panache in everything from patients architecture and from business to bread..

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"brealey" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"brealey" Discussed on The Phinsider

"But let's get to the heart of the matter two thousand ten two thousand eleven he's the quarterbacks coach works with Vince young has last year in Tennessee one of his downward Rx whereas career started to really look Brealey questionable. When it started promising works with Matt Hasselbeck in two thousand eleven Jake locker in two thousand twelve is offense coordinator twenty-sixth in yards. Twenty third points works Ryan Fitzpatrick next year twenty second yards nineteenth in points. The dudes never commanded any offense of thing. Whether it be the quarterbacks coach or the offensive coordinator. He's never been above fifteenth in anything including yards and scoring. We saw maybe towards the end of his dolphins coordinator ship. If you wanna call it that take on a little bit more of a role at seemed like and you saw some better opening scripts, but the offense still wasn't you know, a well oiled machine by any stretch of the imagination. So a Dowell loggains and spiraled offense isn't something that. It's gonna keep me awake tonight. And then if you have Vance Joseph coming in here, we saw him in two thousand sixteen was his first time as a defensive coordinator eighteenth points twenty ninth in yards and up getting the head coaching gig at Denver two years. He's gone twenty second points in two thousand seventeen third in yards. So that was by far the best testicle performance was Vance Joseph in two thousand seventeen his team was third in yards. But it was twenty second points. So I just don't see anything on the resume that suggests that this coaching staff is going to come together work together and come up with like forward thinking outside the box schemes that are going to reinvent the NFL. I just don't see it. We've seen Adam gaces offense and. It's a lot. It's a lot of short stuff. Quick stuff. Screens west coast, principals not pushing the ball down the field. That's why we had so many sure yet guys this year..

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"brealey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"brealey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Basketball. Back to. The new wells right arena. Eleven forty two to go. Northwestern. Wildcats Brealey Illinois by one point forty three forty two packs shoot a forty five percent this happened. They are four for four from three. Odds went out and percentages. Eventually come around cats will want for seven in the first half from three four four. They said did. Eventually, even our she great present on the year. But the guy three guys that can really she did. So he's into the game that just pops in there and makes two in a row. So I think seeing one go in even any whereas before is that Ryan Taylor three in the corner that that was more than just three points because it brought offense to those two other guys that can aid you turn AG that villas pop in there. They'll have the conference the shooter. You know, she's the ball in the matter who it is get it really gives everybody going. Yeah. By the way with three blocked shots today. Their partners group into second all time northwestern blocked shots, the one hundred thirty seven passes John shorter for the number two spot behind only your head Alex Sola. I don't know. I either feel any of those people. Good thing to have any block shots that a good thing. That's incredib- kudos their number. Keep growing. Well, the foul was on Nichols two shots here free, Anthony games. He could put the Wildcats pack in front. Is the rim free throw up. Good. We're tied forty-three all this for the lead the lead. Since then Villanova Iran late the first half. Ties grid free throw. Wildcats are still tie. But a foul. Paula law. The rebound to fill those bad news free throw that big look by six thousand dollars, the Wildcats. Law now, the three. Future stars dirt too concerned. Eleven thirty six adult forty three. All those other ROY between the rich grouping all fake. Childish tilles screen. Part one. Back out on top Underwood little the lane. No, good rebound. Yanked down by Turner. Turner. I think he's really play. Well, captures tartar walk down the land Bisley shop blocking foul called. Devante williams. Talk about age attorney playing a lot better be more aggressive. Be making decisions and there he's being really really strong with the ball. He's not hesitating on anything. The big law was to free shooting the ninety two for nine tonight. But now he can give the Wildcats the lead with a lot of tend to go shots here. Once again, these free throws being a lot more than he's two free. Throw good cats were brought. There's no super win for Underwood. Five thousand now all the. Another one coming here for Vic law. Senior from Saint Rita. Tries free. Throw good have a two point lead forty five forty three. Brazier? What's the ball? Author those Nichols looking to. Taylor. Nickels nickels to the right wing up top. Shani's Billy's screen. The three out of goes Frazier in the lane veteran and how kept up no by nipples. Out part. Shots from close range and best games. At the other end games. Twelve foot jumper that won't go rebound. Frazier. No sooner does Subaru inside the arc that pulls it back out Baba's. Foul is called on HA turtles. Knocked the ball away. That'll be team foul. So what'd want here? Tertre with his third. There's Greer in for turtle got three stars, which we fouls. Critical. Todd Frazier will go out believes comes mistaken. In Michigan series. Well. And in the first half for. All right. Here's what an want free throw up. Good. What point north western? This one to tie the game for freshmen. Got eleven points. Today's three for four from the free throw line. Jessica, five rebounds. Got a retired forty five all. Kills like it's going to be that kind of a game. Bounce pass to pardon from Greer. Derek, pardon groups, the ball down to Florida exhilarated all the way to the rim up for the shot. He gets fouled did not get the shot up quite high enough with. Sean ish fully pursuade him. But how about Burkhard sawn opening their took it Nate? The first time I've ever seen Derek Brigham before the ball of the floor. But I liked it. Before the pressure. You kind of have to make one movie go. Well, he's done it. A couple times recently. Erica delighted to shots. I went up good passer back in Dr Forty-six Forty-five bellawood copy here for Derek pardons. That's as I point this half, by the way. Nineteen the other night against Michigan state. Second shot. That's two points right back. Forty seven forty five towards the midway point of the second half. Ten fifteen to go. Here's Schumer rat rattling those sued leaves it will belief for three. No, good rebound games on the weak side possibly down the floor. Stops. To law the right poor Vic will reverse pivot working against police. Dribble going now beating Taylor pops out on top it takes three straight on off the of rip re battle by nNcholas. Taylor. Had a shot right off the back. Go to the other end his jumper off the glass. Good. We're tied. Forty seven all day took it the like the floor fourteen for here. Highgate forty seven nine and a half left. Bitcoin off a high street from pardon. Try to feed it inside your was taking the other way Nichols to the rim. Biff the layout pardoned grabs rebound gets fouled by. Third on kipper Nichols. And at seven on Illinois. Jordan in Iran. Villarosa? Williams out Nichols out. Shani's fully resolved pardons with the free prologue. Derek's hit four in a row. Try to the lead dot the three, bro. Good cats are up want forty eight forty seven another one coming. You've watched Derek become a better free throw shooter over the course of his career. I have I had works works as bud off and everything he does and doesn't cut short of the free throw line. He made a book. He's makes great mccafe's need them. Forty nine forty seven northwestern nine thirteen to go. Does silverware front court left wing against career? Now drops it to deal Arosa Taylor. Up. Up foul was called. Taylor. Your wait for the Paul of the jump ball. But it never came both hands baba. Maybe rows law way, we're down at the other route talk. So that was sent dealer rose with to the free throw line is becoming a free throw shooting contest here. Eight and don't stop now. Bolting for the bonus. Eighteen thousand of the Wildcats rear out Turner air. Seventeen fouls on the Alon is dealer. Rosa at the live two for three. Oh, good. You'll have adulterer. It'd be LaRosa again is college career at Saint John's red-shirted there what to Williston state, and then the Kent state where he played for two years this to tie the game with ninety two to go. Dealer. Osa free throw good. We're tied forty nine. All. See a game go right down to the wire though. There's a long way to go. Eight fifty five left AJ Turner little frontcourt bouncing into law Vic law, although right baseline. He gets killed three per award. Gained becoming more and more of a battle. Ryan villagers got run over by. Aaron Jordan, maybe but. So it wasn't stopping for a screen right there. I don't know if that was a charter fellow Williams who seconds civic law at the line. He's two for two and excellent free brochure. I went up good were back in brook. Peter forty nine. Cats have missed their last five field goal attempts. Illinois's miss seven of their last date. This for a two point lead. He got it. Law with eight fifty one forty nine northwestern. Eight forty six to go through prosthetic porn line servile right point to police against hurt or pal extended holds it. Looks wants to go inside back to those Subaru. Go Subaru to the last way shot clock at fifteen eight and a half to the game. Jordan, three-page Dosumu pay Holt and a foul called off the.

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"brealey" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Look fantastic. Now, as we talked about Oprah has there any I'm going to two part question. Yes. Who's the biggest name you've worked with? And who's the biggest celebrity looked in the crowd said. Oh my goodness. I can't believe they're watching me right now. Oh my God. Biggest I've worked with maybe one the Sykes I was riding on the show that it was her show. I got to meet her. She might be the the epitome for me. So far. Yeah. And I met Eddie Murphy, but we didn't work together. A few times he gets coffee near my house. That's his coffee shop in. Oh. I thought he lives in jersey. No, well, he might well. He's might have many residences. I mean. That's it the holy grail. When I met him when I was growing up forget it. And I know is I know his cousin and Arsenio hall was a good friend of his. But I never met him. I met him. It was kind of. The biggest I've probably work with I've been on his show time. Now, he's a good friend. Good. But Eddie is still Eddie take his coffee. I don't know. Stalker. Getting he doesn't get a lot of warm drinks whenever I've seen him. He's got an ice coffees and ice drink what a freak. But when I finally got the nerve to ask him for selfie when I finally look Jackie you may not see him again. And he was the nicest guy, I got this out of it on your phone. Are you going to send it to me? During the break here. How shed a coffee coffee bean don't wanna the address when you're talking about. Do you drive? No, no, real quick day with my friend in in L A couple years back and. Him and his wife and two kids, and they go to work I wake up at like nine in the morning, and I got to go to the bathroom, really bad, and they've got Pilar who's the housekeeper there who speaks no English. And I go to go to go to the bathroom and they've got child locks on the toilet. Like you can't lift the toilet. Yeah. Well, it's also an adult lock because I couldn't lift it every toilet in the house. Couldn't do it. And I was looking for Pilar me how to open the toy. She's gone. She took the kids to the park. Yeah. So I had to run down to the coffee bean bathroom. It was like a scene out of. Out of a horror movie awful. I want to answer that who have I seen in the audience Brealey famous abbot crush Jesse Williams the from Grey's anatomy, I saw him in the audience, and I literally was a huge cry on him. So that was the one I saw kind of like, oh my God. I gotta finish my sentence going to go to a humble humble. Brag out as we go to the break. Yeah. Jesse Williams Adamy.

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"brealey" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"So you get you get free Spotify and says that is cannot attempt to evade net neutrality by slowing down traffic at network in connection points. That's all it says. So this is what this is. Why I'm I'm blown away because immediately the US government says, no, no, we can't have that. And immediately eighteen rises were sewing. How dare you. You don't agree that none of that should happen. Didn't didn't. Wayne didn't agit pie, said none of that would happen that you don't need this regulation and he say that. So why are they suing? What are you worried about. Through that Baraza net flicks issue years ago where variety was supposedly, they were blocked. The interconnect, right? Yeah, I, I mean, this is just nonsense espec-, especially for if you're a Republican and conservative, this idea that states should be able to regulate their own kind of commerce and well. Well, I'm no lawyer, but it is in the constitution that that when it comes to interstate commerce, that's a federal thing, no state may. And so they're saying, well, this is interstate commerce. State is saying this law was very carefully written because of course they knew that that would be the, you know, the the hook, it's been very carefully written not to interfere with interstate commerce and they say, but wait a minute. There is no federal regulation. The FCC struck that federal regulations, so we're not interfering with the feds at all. We're saying here in California. We want this problem is. AT and t. doesn't and variety then. And they're the ones who bought our ledge, the federal legislature and the apparently the FCC, here's a law. Nobody would sue against California laws now banning Botts from pretending to be human. Kind of scary when I called a hotel at night couple ago with Microsoft called the Hyatt and was a bought picked up, but they're getting so realistic. Now you kind of tell us fake, but it was a human talking like human voice. But then when you give your answer, be like, you know, are you interested in reservations us, hey, reservations didn't hear keyboard clicking. Like it was. See there. That's bad. It gives you the, it's like a filler of wildly formation just simulate a lot like you're talking to a person. Well, it's the same argument that Google made with the duplex. Why? That's why. Because of that and the because they said, oh, that's that makes it more natural, but they're using that time to kind of compute things as well. So. -fornia law should say the baht has to say working instead of or typing working working. California's long as it works. I don't care just just make it work. Now he's problem there though is it's not so much of a high it, right? I'm expecting someone like that. It's if I get a call that could be about, and I know that's the issue like you could do a lot of deception here. Thinking about if you could program bots to randomly call people. This is like the new war dialing of two thousand twenty. You could see the point of it. When you read the Texas to the measure bands, automated cancer. Pretend to be people in order to quote incentivize a purchase or sale of goods or services and commercial transaction or to influence voting election. So this. They don't want somebody saying, hi, this is rich demaro and I'd like to sell you a condo. Right. Well, I mean, are with this. I want you already so terrible. But I mean, this is kind of like another. I mean, it's just these Botts are. I mean, it's weird because on one side, they are kinda useful for certain things like when you're interacting with an airline, like I always kind of a void all this stuff because I feel like just the human could do it better. But now if you see bankamerica's advertising that new thing called like Erica, right? It's like, you can ask your credit score. Hey, Erica, what's my? I mean, it's really weird the the world that we're living in because he's useful. It's better than a very elaborate tree, right, press one to do. Yeah. Yeah. But I think the real concern here is election town Brealey. That's really what Zona California, which is currently California's now on the forefront. There's a vacuum in DC, so California now going to outlaw weak password use how. Starting in twenty twenty manufacturers connected devices will have to build in reasonable security features including better password protection. Now, it's it's still a Bill..

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"brealey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Help you run more efficiently as Freightliner's number one goal. So we'll see what happens as reading the political article about Mitch McConnell saying, you know, hey, we'd like to have a vote this weekend in American Brealey. They're saying, well, if the FBI investigation finished by Wednesday, and I've been hearing this even though not officially different articles stating that. Yeah. The FBI could get this wrapped up. We even heard Tuesday. Right. What Sunday or Monday, I forgot when I heard that. And the only here on Wednesday. It can be a, you know, wrapped up even though the president has said, you know, you can expand it. But how far do you expand? It. What does that mean? Expanding it expanded to what? Well. Well, it would be expanding the to and the in fact, the coverage that I read was expanding it to essentially anybody that might be connected with these allegations, which is the any other claimed witness along the way. And if you expand it to that, well, you may first of all you may or may not get cooperation from that person. This is not a criminal investigation. So they can they can call you. Or, you know, ask you show up at your door and ask you if you would mind talking to them about this. But that person doesn't necessarily have to do that. Legally, they don't have to talk to them. They're not they're not this again, not a criminal investigation. And that person is not the target. If it were. And there are some people that don't want to be dragged into it. You're right. They don't want the because they know their name is going to be you know, all through the media. And that's that's happened. This is why it we we thought it was interesting that that cavenaugh pointed out the many women that supported him because he said, basically his point was they knew full well that they were going to be in the public eye for supporting me. And we see all the craziness surrounding this, right? Did their privacy. Now, it's going to be invaded yet. And and and he just.

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"brealey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Run more efficiently as Freightliner's number one goal. Yeah. So we'll see what happens as reading the political article about Mitch McConnell saying, you know, hey, would like to have a vote this weekend in American Brealey. They're saying, well if the FBI investigation is finished by Wednesday. And I've been hearing this even though not officially different articles stating that. Yeah. The FBI could get this wrapped up. We even heard Tuesday. Right. I read that what Sunday or Monday, I forgot when I heard that. And I hear Wednesday. It can be a, you know, wrapped up even though the president has said, you know, you can expand it. But how far do you expand? It. What does that mean? Expanding it expanded to what? Well, what allegations, and well, it would be expanding to and and the in fact, the coverage that I read was expanding it to essentially anybody that might be connected with these allegations. Which is the. Any other claimed witness along the way. And if you expand it to that, well, you may first of all you may or may not get cooperation from that person. This is not a criminal investigation. So they can they can call you or, you know, ask you show up at your door and ask you if you would mind talking to them about this. But that person doesn't necessarily have to do that legally. They don't have to talk to them. They're not they're not this is again, not a criminal investigation. And that person is not the target. If it were. As there are some people that don't want to be dragged into it. You're right. They don't want the because they know their name is going to be you know, all through the media. And that's that's happened. This is why it we thought it was interesting that cavenaugh pointed out the many women that supported him because he said, basically his point was they knew full well that they were going to be in the public eye for supporting me. And we see all the craziness surrounding this right that their privacy. Now, it's going to be invaded yet. And and and he just. Right..

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"brealey" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

The TalentGrow Show

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

"The leaders of transformation podcast in community of which I am a member that community. So Nicole, welcome to the talent grow show. Thank you for having me. To be here. I'm really glad that you're here in. Thanks for making time for the talent growers and sharing your insights before we get into some of the interesting aspects of personality in leadership that you can share with our audience. I know that they want to know a little more about you. So we always have our guest described their professional journey very briefly. Where did you start in? How did you get to where you are today? Great question. Yeah. So any kind of a unique experience of having parents that were business-minded business-oriented people? My dad owned garage businesses when mother worked in the garage business. And so I started off Brealey early on in the entrepreneurial world. And then as I got older, I got more involved in the business ended up partnering with them, and we built a very successful business. I've also built my own businesses alongside of that from scratch and also worked in corporate environments. So I actually worked with a group of lawyers for almost eight years was supposed to be a short term project, which turned into a lot more than that. But working with them was a great experience because I had the opportunity of experiencing in my own life, the entrepreneurial space, but now also the academia and corporate world in what that was all about the dynamics that are a part of that. And I've also worked with through my coaching business. Now I've worked with like, as you said, a lot of business leaders in owners in people that own large companies or that are somewhere along the way in developing their growing in their leadership role. So I've worked with executives in transition people that want to grow in and be promoted to their company. So I've had a lot of experience working with people very passionate about human behavior and leadership in reminds that plays into it. I do believe that we're all leaders and starts with leading ourselves and then being able to lead others through our example way are so lying about that. And I know we have shared so many interests in common in similar mission. It sounds like. So our focus is definitely. Leadership and leading. It's so hard when you're leading yourself for sure. It's hard and definitely gets harder when you're leading others, especially when you consider how different everybody is an how our personality differences play into that trickiness that that stickiness of trying to lead. So what do you think leaders can do to manage to lead different personality types effectively? It's kinda funny way I learned about these personality types was a very personal experience. Actually, it was with my dad. I honestly thought as a child that his whole goal in life was to drive me crazy. So he was the difficult person that I had to deal with. And I remember I was about eleven or twelve years old in somebody handed me a, we were involved in personal development. So somebody handed me a personality insights book, right? The talked about the different personality styles now is like, so blown away, realizing that all my gosh, it's not. Not that he's trying to drive me. Crazy is just our personalities are different. And when I started to dive into that, that topic in really understand, it became part of how I approached relationships in how I approach the leadership in when I was working with whether it be prospects or clients, or vendors, or partners, or whoever. I always brought that in, but it started there and that's what really ignited my interest in it..

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"brealey" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Price tag because i think there is a there is a point where if you're a craft hines shareholder there's a point at which you say yes we would like campbell soup it would be additive at a certain price if they go out and start paying a premium on top of what we're seeing now then i think you have to question it yeah and if you look at campbell today i mean the multiple that it's trading at as a bit inflated because they had to write off a bunch of goodwill here recently so it's actually not as expensive a stock is you might think at first glance but i think maybe maybe a decent comparison here i could could be mattel we've talked a lot about mattel and hasbro mattel isn't a company that i think you really need to go chasing after as more like yeah we'll do you favor we'll kind of put you out of your misery if you become a part of our family or you can keep on going going at it yourself but but we don't really need you and i think that most of these parties taking a look at campbell or feeling the same way and they're like yeah we'll we'll bring in our family but but we're going to dictate the price here in again i mean that's that's not a good thing for campbell obviously but it's not been the greatest five years for campbell and so i don't know that they have whole heck of a lot of choice out there at this point us from vonda harley davidson shares down about five percent today harley davidsons brealey getting caught up in this trade war the their newly raised you terrif that would add two thousand dollars a little bit more than two thousand dollars to the cost of each motorcycle title exported to the eu from the united states harley davidson says they're not going to raise prices but what they are planning on doing is moving production of motorcycles intended for you purchase to their international facilities it's a little surprising tiller when you consider that this is as icon iq a made in america brand has right now yeah no when you look at this it's kind of interesting he's saw a bunch of jobs coming back to the united states and then trade the trade war started heating up and i think this is the first time i've i've seen a company announcing jobs moving back offshore especially like you said an american icon like this they do have some factories internationally but this is going to add to that they haven't specified which factory on they're going to move this production too but they have some in thailand australia india in brazil so any of those i think are up for grabs but you mentioned that the tariffs there being instituted here it was already at six percent now it's going to be thirty one percent promoters so the average there will be twenty two hundred dollars as you mentioned and that that's a pretty big ding on on an item that you know was only going to cost you between like depending on which one you get fifteen to thirty maybe forty thousand ugo super luxury but that's a pretty big number for for an item like that well and it also comes at a time when and jason you mentioned campbell soup struggling over the last five years harley davidson has struggled for the last maybe not five years but certainly last two to three years and one of the glimmers of hope for harley davidson was sales outside the united states on the rise and starting starting to somewhat offset the declining ridership here in the us yeah you mentioned that and you have twelve percent increase in international sales in their latest quarter a slight decline of point two percent in the us so when you talk about the e u that's their biggest non us market at about fifteen percent of their sales so and they've been growing their market share as well so it's certainly an area that they're concentrating on it makes sense to me for them to make this move they say it'll take about nine to eighteen months to establish the increase production outside of the us and when you talk about that you're gonna lose some jobs in either pennsylvania missouri or was kansin where they have their us facilities it's just really interesting to watch this all play but because i mean on the one hand we talk about these terrorists we talk about sort.

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"brealey" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"Three forty nine dish to 216 uber's twelve twenty and files 615 forty seven after the hour now on the talk radio review duct stephane joe crummy victoria keelan sir the focus on stormy daniels had her dimples amongst other things you realize larry only radio ever mentions are impulse well or they repeal will await isn't that the work or another foul either there are a lot of issues year stormy daniels uh is number two this week on the countdown that brealey's and elevated position for her to be an uh is there something to this is going to be a goal wages make for good or kind of iraq is i don't know what how do you describe a conversation about a prostitute or next movie star not ex former i mean xrated movie star who supposedly had some fund with the now president uh is it just one step removed from bill clinton and his mildly lies the out at has gotten clinton impeached so if you know if trump goes under oath and lies about in an turns out i would he go under oath why would he be in knowing wall imoko arrow he wouldn't but i'm just saying like that's that's the similarity between clinton and what i don't get though did she k if she took the check i i was rather doing some research uh yesterday and stormy area whereas obvious i was a and she's worth four million bucks i don't know whether they have ouster at she's married as what's the hundred and thirty thousand dollars for a new car or something like that was wondering she took the czech but why if she wants to speak so bad while site on what i wanna know which did she did she contact ham just before the election ago high tunnelled remember me now intends to accomplishing now now.

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"brealey" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on KELO

"On directive e3 forty nine dish to 216 uber's twelve twenty and files 615 forty seven after the hour now on the talk radio review duck stephane joe crummy victoria keelan serve the focus on stormy daniels had her dimples against other things you realize whoever mentions are examples isn't that are not bowel either there are a lot of issues here stormy daniels is number two this week on the countdown that brealey's and elevated position for her to be and is there something to this is gonna be a goal wages make for good or kind of iraq as i don't know what how do you describe a conversation about a prostitute or next movie star not ex former i mean xrated movie star who supposedly had some fund with the now president is it just one step removed from bill clinton than his mildly liza out it has gotten clinton impeached so if you know if trump goes under oath and allies have out in an turns i would he go under oath why would he be in knowing walter you won't go out he wouldn't but i'm just saying like that that's the similarity between clinton and what i don't get though did she if she took the check i i was rather doing some research a yesterday in stormy day here you are as always was a and she's worth four million bucks i don't know whether they have i also cheese married as what's the hundred and thirty thousand dollars for a new car or something like that i was wondering she took the check but why is she wants to speak so bad well i wanna know wasted she did she contact ham just before the election ago high tunnelled remember me no in general fishing now now what happened was in a nutshell what happened was they had the affair and then and nothing happened of after it and so it was fine then he starts running for president and in touch magazine had been sitting on the story for a really long time and then it became interesting it.

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"brealey" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on WTMA

"Undirected e3 fortynine dish to sixteen uber's twelve twenty and files 615 forty seven after the hour now on the talk radio review duct stephane joe crummy victoria keelan sir the focus on stormy daniels at her dimples let's other things you realize l'oreal ever mentions are impulse while early real i mean isn't that the or another now i don't there are a lot of issues here stormy daniels uh is number choose this week on the countdown that brealey's and elevated position for her to be in uh is there something to this is it gonna be a goal wages make for good or kind of iraq as i don't know what how do you describe a conversation about a prostitute or next movie star not ex former i mean xrated movie star who supposedly had some fund with the now president uh is it just one step removed from bill clinton and his mile italy liza out at has gotten clinton impeached so if you know if trump goes under oath and lies about in an turns out i would he go under oath why would he be in that way walter you won't go out he wouldn't but i'm just saying like that's that's the similarity between clinton and what i don't get though did she if she took the check eye i was rather doing some research uh yesterday in stormy area whereas obvious i was a and she's worth four million bucks i don't know whether they have ouster at she's married as what's the hundred and thirty thousand dollars for a new car or something like that with wondering she took the czech but why if she wants to speak so bad well site on what i wanna know which did she did she contact ham just before the election ago high donald remember me no indiana acomplishing now know what happened was in a nutshell the what happened was they had the affair and then and nothing happened after it and so it was fine then he starts running for president and in touch magazine had been sitting on the story for a really long time and.

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"brealey" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on WLOB

"The serbs of murdering mystery became hopelessly tangled when brealey's wife went to the hospital and found her husband gone even while a daily central was rolling off the presses and selling in the streets brit reads office at the daily santo was upbeat hive of speculation and activity say hello molineaux going in play up the same way on kate department raid radius laughed at mr engel big on page one use a streamer headline you got anything from ask okay i could where on the green what are they gonna miss case is noticing i gotta find bazemore wanted lowry give i guess what mrs ready the hospital the real missing framing sale penny casey steven at the marriage licence which makes the other woman opponent we guess that before they're that isn't hug nuance i was talking to one of the narcissist braley guided some twelve and when he was being careful station i heard it becomes saying moon on the meadows shadows under the tree we know now that he must have been talking about hazeltine smeared it already said more than that it on spital image a name names want man hold on here they are creevy sakhlin dyke's he now ski and shocks them how do you like them apples boss gangster everyone the no said he kept repeating knows no means over and over until the police error checking on those crooked busy right now you think braley might have been taken out of the hospital by one of them it's beginning to look that way miss case and woman who poses a wife must have been a stooge well as a novel way to get a murrow out of a hospital you've got to admit that we don't know he did the murder all casey what else is there wait a minute wait a minute remember who's poisoned cigarettes perhaps braley didn't come that martyr perhaps you've been witnessed of the matter that would explain why they brought him out of that hospital would brief you mean they're trying to kill him now why not if he's a witness to a murder why not yes we'll never know we him hun which got the please give them not i go for taking on the bile duct will we need action and i'm gonna get.

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"brealey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Like six we are against hard on your heart awhile yeah so now you star in she's got to have it the reboot of the 1980s six movie and you play spike lee's character that he played in that movie mars blackman igloo feed lighthearted speaker enthusiast bike messenger who was one of the trio of love interests so did you steady spike lee's mannerisms no actually didn't spike i did not steady is many reasons at all i didn't watch the film brealey or like we started shooting spike gave me the dvd and i stood and watch it so we just beyond set and huge sweet i just kinda do my thing and he be cracking up and i was like i i guess i guess i'm doing right side did he give you a lot of direction here is stand there and walked there and then like i do something that i do that again do that again very short story my first day onset i'm doing a stunt for anyone who seen the show i have this intro where i'm coming down the steep hill in brooklyn in a crash into the camera so like i for real went down the hill like atlanta and for real crashed into that camera in we did 13 takes it added that was my first day and i was like god bless welcome the film and television and then spike is like a all away i'm mike spike occupied one way down he's a coup and i'm like i bet madonna is fine so boom appellant all the way down hitting the back break by does not stop.

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"brealey" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"brealey" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Yeah yeah you know he someone who was an upandcoming director aid made heather's meet the applegate source in nuncio one this is very much his first ferencz blockbuster thatcher in its cut telling that he he never made another film o on this scale afterwards it's fascinating in a relic of its time eight doesn't really holed up with another thing ever made sense at the time either so is a strange one i mean the costing choice of bruce willis self makes a lot of sense but then when you pam with say andy mcdonald who i think was cost very last minute ride she clearly doesn't really grasped the character or the film that she's in you can kinda see haridi struggling with with wet kind of pitch the character then you've got danny aida whose very funny i think in his chemistry with bruce willis is actually quite good did he thinks ogata lose when the issues of the film that his it's a culloty no very funny and it's a buddy movie where they didn't seem to be particularly buddies isla minamata it for me they're offering chemistry was a on a par with stevie wonder and pull the con in ebony in ivory when you remember they they film there they bit separately and we need it in imposed well partly deaf friends in real life ryan and they had to an a genuine will not the smartest than i read that completely rome yeah well maybe you never know but but then yeah you then you have reached a peak ron brealey humming offices so super villain and sunter bernhard who you know we pray so much in an early film club when we talked about a king accommodate hull how great she's then yeah i think she's pretaliban in this law anyone really comes off well originally groaned is fun he's kind of fun i think council andy macdowell was a okay eddie.

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