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Fresh "Brendan" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Any time Thursday and Friday. Temperatures in the eighties some storm team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets, it's 82 degrees in Germantown, 76 in Springfield and 77 in the nation's capital. 9 41 It was a win for prosecutors in the case surrounding the 2018 mass shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis. The judge in the case ruled against defense attorneys who claimed that prosecutors violate the rights of the shooter, Jared Ray, most by setting a psychiatrist to the county jail to investigate him. The judge's decision paves the way for that psychiatrists to testify in December. That's when a jury will decide whether Ray most spends his life in prison. Or goes to a psychiatric facility. Instead, the opioid epidemic was a major challenge for communities before the Corona virus pandemic hit, and now it's even more challenging. In 2019 there were 72,000 fatal drug overdoses across the country, and Brendan Salonen with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. Says. We were in an incredibly bad situation. And there's plenty of reason to think ofit has made it worse. So loner explains social isolation, job loss, sense of anxiety and depression that a lot of people are feeling. All of these things are triggers. Doctor Leah Jones with the Maryland State Department of Health says there's been an increase in the number of overdoses. Prince George's County, which is not a county that typically has large amounts of opioid overdoses. Data is still being gathered, but one message that Jones wants to make clear know that the treatment is available and that it works. Kate Ryan w. T o P News in Northern Virginia opioid deaths are up. Arlington County Police investigated a total of six deaths from opioid overdoses last year. So far this year, That number is up to 15 and preliminarily. Police believe five deaths just this month are a result of people taking a dangerous cocktail of heroin, prescription painkillers and fentanyl. Arlington County Police want to remind residents there. Officers carry nasal naloxone, they could reverse the effects of an overdose and residents can request free naloxone and training. Michelle Bash. W T O P News. Another Confederate monument is coming down in Virginia. The Newport News City Council voted to take down The monument, which has stood in the cities since 1909 honoring a Virginia Confederate infantry unit. The vote comes two months after the city covered that statue with a tarp because of demonstrations in that area. Coming up on w T. L P. Mohr Free Corona virus testing coming to sites in Northern Virginia. It's 9 44 You stopped at home these past months. Did your home help you get through this, or did you focus on all the things you wanted to change? Well, Captain, discounters can help whether it's a new kitchen bathroom. Wet bar room. Just new countertops..
The Only Black Pastor In Town Wasn't Invited To A Black Lives Matter March
"Church in tiny Lake City, Colorado, needed a pastor a couple of years ago, Brendan MacMillan took the job and moved there with his wife and seven Children. I would say overall, the town has been very receptive of our family, and the reason is that when it comes to ministry and the role that I believe God has asked me to do then race doesn't matter. Not everyone in Lake City is white. In some here, we're proud one. About 50 of the town's 400 residents turned out for a black lives matter March in June. But nobody invited McMillan despite other faith leaders being asked to attend, he says. It sounds like potential Saturday night Live sketch and first is quite comical. But I would say that my feelings were hurt just a little bit, but more so I would chuck that office. Exposing some of the areas That might be problematic in like city or mountain towns. Blind spots we made this march is an act of solidarity, but we also do not do our best to reach out to black people in community. 21 year old Caleb Chambers was one of the organizers of the march in avoiding Organization of our black population. We avoided connecting with them and building relationship that ended up being Really hurtful. McMillan says he received heartfelt apology emails from the organizer's, but he still hasn't spoken to them. There is a
In Philadelphia, postal workers demand funding in next relief package
"Workers Union leaders held a rally with the area politicians yesterday in northern liberties to demand that Congress include funding for the Postal Service in the next pandemic relief package. OK, why W's Paul Kurtz has that story? We are facing an unmitigated disaster. Congressman Brendan Boyle says he believes the Postal Service could go belly up if the Senate doesn't include $25 billion in emergency funding for the agency, Senator McConnell and the Senate Republican leadership and the Whitehouse want to give zero to the Postal Service. They have installed a postmaster general who seems to be doing everything he possibly can to undermine the Postal Service Can prince business agent for the American Postal Workers Union accuses Postmaster General Lewis the joy of playing stall ball slowed the male down. Get customers to be unsatisfied with the service and then selling off the post office. The Postal Service took a huge hit from the pandemic without federal funding. Agency officials say they could run out of money by September. Oil and Democratic colleagues marry gay Scanlin and Dwight Evans say that could have a disastrous impact on the November election. You cannot have vote by mail if you don't have a postal service in Northern Liberties on Paul Kurtz, K Y. W News radio.
Chicago police have a suspect in custody in murder of 9-year-old boy
"Have arrested a suspect in the deadly shooting of a nine year old Gennari Ricks. They hope charges will be filed soon today. Police chief of detectives Brendan Dean, Ahem says. A lot of people played a role in the arrest. I want to thank all the officers and the detectives who have been working around the clock since this incident occurred. Toe arrest this defendant Specifically want to thank the gang investigations officers who did an excellent job to place this person in the gunfire that killed Ricks was meant for someone else.
NASA to launch mission to Mars
"NASA spacecraft bound for Mars launches from Florida Today. It's one of three missions taking off this summer. While Mars and the Earth are in a favorable orbit. The new U. S mission is carrying something unusual for a spacecraft a microphone. From member station W O M F E Brendan Byrne tells you about it from Hiss. When the perseverance Rover lands on Mars in February, it will unpack a suite of scientific experiments to help uncover ancient signs of life on the red Planet. High tech cameras, spectrometers sensors, and this is the voice of Roger. Weeks speaking to you through the bars microphone on super Camp. Roger Weans is the principal investigator of the rover super Camp, a slew of instruments, including a camera, laser and spectrometer that will examine the rocks and soil of Mars for organic compounds, a hint that there might be further evidence of past life. Tucked away inside the super cam is the Mars microphone. And so what is there to listen to anything interesting? First of all on Mars, and so we should hear wind sounds. We should hear sounds of the rover. We might hear things that we never expected to hear. And so that's going to be interesting to find out. The Mike will also listen as perseverance is on board laser blasts nearby rocks, you might think we're going to hear like you. But you probably won't University of Central Florida Planetary scientists Addie Dove says the sounds of Martian rock blast will help scientists determined if they might contain organic material evidence of life on Mars. But it will actually sound more like this. Microphones on spacecraft are quite rare, really, because there's not much to here in space for sound waves to travel. You need an atmosphere sort of like a slinky, right compressed the sound waves in between the source and your ear drums. And then they make your ear drums reverberate. That's how we hear sound. Still, spacecraft microphones have been used before. NASA's insight. Mars Lander caught a snippet of sound capturing wind vibrations from two of its sensors, not exactly microphones. The observation was a surprise to mission managers. Engineers converted the vibrations into sound, speeding it up and shifting the frequency up by 100 times for our ears to hearing planetary society, says hearing things from another world would help build public support for space missions. For decades, The organization has lobbied for microphones on spacecraft, but those efforts have fallen short for technical reasons or lack of funding. So what will Mars actually sound like? That's still a mystery. The atmosphere of Mars is far less dense than Earth's and made up of mostly carbon dioxide. That's going to change the way sound works on Mars, says Weans. You could not hear somebody scream from a block away on Mars. On DSO. That's just that's life on Mars. But what we what we will be able to hear is our things that are close up, and it's going to still give us just a whole new world of information from this new sense that we will have on Mars. The Mike can also listen for mechanical issues as the rover moves across its landing site, Jezreel Crater. It's like when you're driving your car, and here a strange rattling sound. You know, it's time to take it to a mechanic. For NPR
Miami, Philadelphia Phillies Games Canceled After COVID-19 Outbreak Hits 14 Marlins Players and Staff, Says Report
"Lost to the Marlins 11 to 6 yesterday, even though the Marlins were shorthanded, and now the Marlins air facing an outbreak in the locker room, you go to K Y W's Dave, you ram who has an update on this developing story. Hey, Brandon. The Miami Marlins have a lot more cases than the four that were rumored about over the weekend, some reports saying as many as 14 it sounds like their home opener against the Orioles tonight has been called off The Philly say they're visiting clubhouse staff that worked around the Marlins are quarantining the Yankees, who the Phillies air supposed to host starting tonight are bringing their own staff to work. That clubhouse is a result of this, and the Phillies also say that they disinfect the home in away clubhouses every day after yesterday's 11 6 lost to Miami. Lt's manager Joe Girardi said they were aware that something was going on with the Marlins were always concerned. You see, our guys take precautions on the field. You know, The good thing is when we do see players from the other team, it's usually it's on the field and outside and there's usually a lot of distance. So you hope that that protects our club Bryce Harper started wearing a mask when he was on base. We weren't really too worried about it. You know, Like I said, we do a great job of a clubhouse and as an organization really following protocols and doing things the right way. Brendan Girardi said after yesterday's game that he did not catch any wind about not playing that Siri's finale and Harper put on the mask, not because of the Marlins. Oh, contracting the Corona virus as far as we know. Oh, no. I think he'd put on the mask after word got around that the Marlins might have some cases. So that's why I think he started wearing the mask when they were when he was on base already thank today. Well, with
Philadelphia SWAT officer seen pepper spraying kneeling protesters to be charged
"Attorney's office says charges are being filed against the SWAT officers seen on video pepper spraying kneeling protesters on the vine Treat expressway last month. Hey, why W's Mike Doherty joins us Live with a story I, Mike. Brendan, the district attorney's office confirmed Richard Nicoletti will face several charges for the incident. Caught on video. He was suspended last month with the intent to dismiss for the June 1st clash on the Vine Street Expressway. When a massive group of people marched onto the highway. There have been numerous apologies from the mayor and from the police commissioner for the use of tear gas and other tactics. Used to disperse the crowd. We're just getting this information now from the D A. So we don't exactly know yet what charges will be filed assault and reckless endangerment are likely to be included. The police union President John MC Nesby has blasted this decision to file charges, saying quote once again D A Larry Krasner is only charging Philadelphia police officers following the unrest in the city. Krasner refuses to hold unlawful protesters accountable Those who set fire and looted our great city. His top priority is to push his anti police agenda and quote MK Nesby says. The union union will will also also defend defend Nickelodeon Nickelodeon court. court.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts will venture outside the international space station on a spacewalk. They'll upgrade the orbiting labs Power system from member station W. M. Fi, Brendan Byrne reports. After it's Bob Banking and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Restaurants have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with the U. S
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts are scheduled to conduct a spacewalk this morning from member station W O M. F E Brendan Byrne reports that their mission is to upgrade the international space station's power grid. After it's Bob Banchan and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Astronauts have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with a US
Chicago PD charge man with murder for fatal shooting during riots, looting on West Side at end of May
"Police have announced murder charges against a man accused of shooting three people is they tried to stop him from looting a Westside Liquors door May 31st Victim, Tommy Gatewood was fatally shot that night in the 5100 block of Madison Teenage woman in a 21 year old man were also shot but survived. Chicago police chief of detectives Brendan Dina, and says the community deserves credit for assisting the department tracked down. The alleged offender is very unfortunate to see community members doing the right thing trying to protect their community and telling people to don't Luthi stores stay away from these stores. And then you have an individual like this person who comes back and decides even though he's already loaded the store. He sees these three people and he's going to go and shoot on causing one of their deaths the weekend the shooting occurred one of the most violent in recent years left more than 110 people shot in Chicago. 30 of them were killed. Elise to say a
Man charged in July 4 shooting death of 7-year-old Natalia Wallace
"Suspect in the killing of a seven year old girl in Chicago makes an appearance in Bond court today, 33 year old Reginald Meryl is charged with first degree murder in the Saturday night shooting death of seven year old Natalie Wallace, Chicago police chief of of detectives detectives Brendan Brendan Dean Dean a a hand hand Says Says the the motive motive for for the the shooting, shooting, which which wasn't wasn't aimed aimed at at the the girl girl appears appears to to be be gang gang on on gang gang violence violence is is an an ongoing ongoing gang gang on on gang gang gang gang on gang violence that is going back to several weeks ago where a murder occurred. And then this is the shooting. Allegedly, we believe was in retaliation for the previous murder. Lise alleged that Merrill and the other suspects that police are currently trying to track down open fire Saturday night. After specific people on the street where Wallace was shot and killed. The violence in Chicago didn't stop when the weekend ended, police records show. At least 21 people have been shot five have died since Monday morning. Mayor Lightfoot yesterday attributing the rise in shootings to a flood of illegal guns to the streets of Chicago and decades of lack of social services and resource is Two starved communities were seeing the manifestations ofthe decades of neglect play out in violence every day every week and every deadly weekend overnight. Six people were heard in a shooting in the 1300 block of West 76 Street. In another incident, a man was shot to death and a man and a woman were injured in the 3600 block of West Douglas. In the North Lawndale neighborhood had happened shortly after midnight.
California Assembly indefinitely postpones session after coronavirus outbreak
"Corona virus outbreak in the California legislature has indefinitely delayed the State Assembly's were turned to work from a scheduled summer recess. Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon's office confirming that five people who work in the assembly have tested positive for Corona virus. They include Assemblywoman Autumn Burke believed to have contracted the virus while on the assembly floor last month. Brendan said today the assembly will stay in recess until further notice, he said. The decision is to protect lawmakers, staff and the public. The legislature shut down for nearly two months earlier this year during the
NBA reportedly to paint "Black Lives Matter" on courts
"Well when the envy a resumes its season at the end of July, as they hoped to the league and its players union reportedly planned to use the courts do help promote social change. K y W Dave, you Ram live with the details. Hi, Dave. Neighbor and a good morning. Well, according to ESPN and CNN. The League of the Union plan to paint black lives matter on the courts and Disney Pelicans Garden, Former 76 or J. J. Reddick reference to discussion Monday on ESPN. We're trying to figure out with the Players Association and with the N B, a about putting forth relax, already confirmed the players might also be able to replace their names on their jerseys with messages. For years, Reddick has noticed the first fish in his peers and their families have been dirty. From racial injustice, rage and the anger is riel and it's valid and it's warranted. Reddick said. He applauds any players who decide to sit out the restart, but also believe I believe for the betterment of our league. We need to play. And we also have an opportunity with the platform that we will have in Orlando to hopefully, an Axum riel policy change. And Brendan ESPN officer reports the WN BA is talking about painting black lives matter on their courts
"So we're happy to be joined today by Brendan Collins and Pablo Puentes of make path. Thanks for joining us today is. Yeah thanks. And you. So, let's start off with the the really broad question of what is make path. Path is a spatial data science. Shop we focus a lot on open source tools, and we bring our passion from various domains. To gs and we aim to build. Inclusive communities around you as tools, and specifically we have a project X. Ray spatial, which focused on roster based spatial analysis, we combine a rationalization pipeline with a set of universal functions which apply an. To Rosser data and also are named in ways that Gif professionals recognize things like surface analysis tools slow hill shade, aspect on these are the names of these tools in the s domain that people recognize. And we offer those tools As a python based library that anybody can access read the source code to and contribute to. We we take open source tools, and we help solve our clients problems by applying open source to their their specific domains. These these domains are very diverse working in areas from healthcare to environmental conservation. Finance Natural Resource Management. We know that geography and the science of of place is very important, too. Many domains and we find ourselves learning about these different domains as we apply open source geospatial tools to their challenges. We we basically bill. We love building open source, really powerful tools, and then if we have clients are like. Hey, what else can we do with these tools? Can you help us apply these really complex problems and what he help? So, how'd you guys come together as? Building this new path path. That was that was bad, wasn't it? Sorry. That's okay well. It's all good. We'll take it. So I WanNa talk about what you've been doing before and how we can. Yeah so I got involved in GSA in the mid to thousands being the S. lab manager for the Center for Sustainable, development, which is a kind of environmental science group in Central America. Working a lot with agriculture. And then moved on to work. As part of the team at the Nature Conservancy looking at site selection for projects in the red area red in this context is reduction in emissions from deforestation and I. Ever Dacian where Zeh countries that have high carbon output can find carbon credits in developing nations to incentivize them to protect vertically sensitive ecosystems, tropical forest is a great example of that, so a lot of these projects occur in in the main tropical forest areas of Brazil Democratic Republic of Congo Indonesia the top three countries for tropical forest. So using I was using DIS to help. Do Site selection to maximize dollars spent? Two or environmental protection through the conservancy We Pablo night. Live in Austin We started to connect in the music scene. Both of us are musicians songwriters. We go out and play open open mics and so that's how can Pablo and I met, but then we quickly realized that we had a lot in common apart from our music background, and over the years as we would spend time together and hard about things it just made sense to get together in work together as a 'cause. We were hitting the same problems, but Pablo represented us. More! Experience on what it is to create a company and create a culture and I represented a bit more of the technical side, and so we were good partners in kind of coming together, 'cause we represent those different areas. in filming kind of some of some of the. The rounding out the breath of our skills, really we we both. We both think we are easy to find and the other one is a really great fun. So I came out about I came out of Stanford about ten years ago, started a company So I had a lot of experience. Products Scaling a company and I. Really liked. What Brennan was doing and we teamed up and I bring a lot of experience again with the company building with a product design had to think about about by these projects and I've always had an interest I don't have a detectable background in jazz. She fired his. I've always had an interest in it. My Dad was a biologist and we would always go on these. I've been looking at maps since I was five, and and we'd go on walks in the new-look onto poverty maps and understanding vegetation maps so I guess I've been training for this for a long time without even knowing but done now. It's a little bit of my. Time and I love it the physical world and data to to solve problems in the s really exciting to work together and. We've been applying for some of these tools and really really interesting ways, and I'd love for brethren. Talk with it. This is a blog. A very big piece we're working on. That's coming out on the next, Tuesday! And it's A. It's a real world application vary timely of these told rags, these tools, a really cool powerful but the story of Man on the Moon is man on the moon, not N-, not necessarily rocket as cool as. Cool as Mathis, the the real story. Is that the the the the impact that has the? and Ny Brandon. If you WANNA, talk a little bit about the story that were published using the x Ray, spatial tools and data Cheddar I think that's That's a great example of some of the things that we do.
SpaceX set to launch two NASA astronauts to space station
"In a matter of hours SpaceX could be making history as the first private company to help NASA send humans into orbit from member station WMFE in Orlando here's Brendan Byrne NASA's bother banking and Doug Hurley are set to rights SpaceX's crew dragon capsule to the international space station launching from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida it's the first time NASA astronauts are flying on a commercially designed and built vehicle NASA has given SpaceX the final go for launch after completing critical engineering reviews and conducting a dress rehearsal of launch day the one thing that could stand in the way of a successful liftoff is whether Air Force forecasters say there's a chance of rain and clouds at the launch site could scrub the
"brendan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Host Kelly Randall friends. I'm really excited about today's episode. Because Brendan Gone. One of my favorite people is the guest. If you haven't heard or maybe forgot Brendan his finishing up his NASCAR career this season after running the superspeedway races once again for Beard Motor Sports. But Brennan will tell you as he does in the podcast that he technically retired a few years ago so his fun playing around with the numbers. Sixty two teams now. What's coming to an end? Anyway was made official that this year was going to be it just four more races for Brendan. I shot him. A text graduating him on his career and then said hey before the year is over. I'M GONNA come calling for the podcast well during a.
See great art from app in living room
"Museums are closed right now. Due to the Kobe crisis but Brennan Echoes. Got Some ideas on how we can still see some beautiful art through a new a our APP that he's going to tell us all about a company called museum and he's going to tell us about bringing a using a are to bring great art into the home. Hey Brandon eight Jefferson. Thanks so much for having me yeah. You're absolutely right. I mean Kobe. Nineteen has certainly sent shockwaves throughout all of our lives but especially in the world of art and Culture Museums about ninety. Seven percent of the world's museums have been closed and the great treasures and resources that they contain have been inaccessible to the masses and so we as a company that focus on helping the world's museums and cultural institutions connect with audiences all around the globe using the power of of digital using the power of technology. We had been thinking a lot. About what something we could do to bring. These works into the homes of people all around so that they could experience the artwork make it personal and really revel in these masterpieces from the convenience of their own home so we rolled out an augmented reality APP and feature that. Make it possible to bring these paintings into every single room in your home that you can see the works right up close in person so this first of all the name of the APP is the name of the APP is art museum. Ar T. Museum and it's available on Ios Ios and android right now it's available on Ios. But we do have plans to make it available for android devices as well. Okay so now. Let's tell everybody how it works. I'm in my living room. I've got a blank and have your APP in. I look up. Let Mona Lisa. Are you telling me? Yeah so we pick from some of the most famous works. That are available by public domain. So you can pick the Mona Lisa. Their works like the scream by Edward among Thurs works by Van Gogh So a lot of these great masterpieces that are in the collections of the met and the getty and the museums of Paris. We've made available Right in the right in your own home. We do have plans to start creating city specific tours Based on the great museums of New York and Boston Philadelphia L. A. And Go from there so we want to make it as relevant and personal To folks at home. So would you recommend the people go home and make find blanks place on the wall or take down some art to to have this experience. But yeah absolutely. If you're if you're interested in experiencing some of these some of our world's best art in culture that is currently locked behind doors closed due to the pandemic and and so on your download the APP Pick one of your favorite work. See How it looks in your living room or your or your kitchen. And you know overall I mean artfully such an important role in society. It's here in times like this and we encourage people to you know support these organizations take a look at the art and Um and hopefully it gives them a little bit of relaxation and inspiration Is the APP free? Of course we would never charge for something like that. Were very strongly believed that art should be accessible on. There shouldn't be an economic or financial barrier to this and we've also made this component free and available to the museum community so we're been rolling it out and in talks with dozens of organizations around the country around the world about how things like. This can help them play some sort of role in connecting people beyond you know social media beyond a two dimensional image beyond a livestream remind everybody the name of the APP so the name of the APP is art museum. A are as an augmented reality. T. Museum and I'm Brendan from Kuzan
Brendan Leipsic's Contract to Be Terminated by Washington Capitals After Offensive Remarks
"Capitals forward Brendan Leipsic made the wrong sort of headlines this week when he made disparaging remarks about his linemates women and also chimed in about drugs on Instagram today live sick is a former capital placed on unconditional waivers for purposes of terminating his contract the camps were is fifth team in four NHL seasons
Capitals cut ties with Leipsic after disparaging comments
"The Washington Capitals announced today that forward Brendan Leipsic has been placed on unconditional waivers in his contract terminated Wednesday screenshots of his private Instagram conversations were leaked on Twitter those conversations showed Leipsic making misogynistic comments about women and their appearance and vulgar sexual comments Leipsic also talked a lot of smack about current and former teammates which likely didn't sit well
Why Arctic permafrost thawing matters
"If you leave frozen foods sitting out on the counter for too long it starts to thaw and it will eventually rot. The same goes for plant and animal remains that have long been trapped in frozen Arctic. Soil called Permafrost. Brendan Kelly Directs. A collaborative program called the study of Environmental Arctic. Change a quarter of the land in the northern hemisphere are underlain by permafrost ground. That's perpetually frozen has been in many cases for thousands of years that permafrost stores in enormous amount of carbon because it holds so much organic matter but as the climate warms. Some permafrost is starting to thaw that ground thaws all of a sudden microorganisms become active and they degrade that plant matter that animal matter in the soil and in that degradation process it releases carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere that speeds up global warming which could cause even more permafrost thaw accelerating the dangerous cycle. Kelly says it's just one example of how the Arctic can affect the global climate the Arctic is seemingly to a lot of people's mind is just the distant not very consequential part of the world but it turns out it's hugely consequential.
"brendan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Brendan we were talking about risks of those who visit the property who has what kind of experience has a lot to do with what kind of attitude they have going in I've always tried to prepare sort of mentally mentally gird my loins I guess what I'm going on to the property and it it seems to have worked but for for a lot of people what happens there doesn't stay there it follows them home I wonder if any of you or your team have experience that good question I I haven't so for for what it's worth I haven't had anything thankfully follow me home yes I have I haven't experienced that in four years my team on the other hand several members of the team who had pretty extreme incidence of high strangeness that they call it that have followed them home some more disturbing than others and and it sucks it's hard to predict and it's in it's even harder to to anticipate what to expect not only when you're on the property but I guess when you leave the property and may have something I can't follow you but I I I've never had that experience myself and I'm thankful for it the term skinwalker course it goes along with native American history sort of the umbrella term that that the Utes have used to describe the what goes on at the property to explain it I'm an umbrella term that of lumps of variety of different phenomena that happen on the property together I wonder if yeah I know you have delved into the history of the property I wonder how much interaction you've had with the tribe and whether or not they've verified to you that that is in fact what they believe yeah very very good question we've had a number of native American elders out to the property yeah I mentioned earlier that we've we've tried to approach the property with the degree of reverence and that includes respect for the neighboring tribes in for the history of the area and and we've we've really works to forge I think a a stronger relationship of trust and respect I have to give credit to Jim Morris who is really headed up those efforts of the community he's he's raised millions of dollars for native American charity scholarship fund you name it and he he really is a dork why so many of the tribal leaders and and if the skinwalker aspect of this is just as real to them as driving down the street if the US it's it's an interesting part of their their lord their heritage and it's something that we're we're aware of and it's something that is difficult to wrap one's mind around if you're not from that from that culture that background but it's it's definitely a a key part of the the history that runs through this property in fact that the mesa as we call it that that runs the expanse of the property from east to west has been referred to and skinwalker rich and that's really from what I was told and through our research that was really how the property who's who's gonna given its name or its identity and and this is definitely a steeped in in not a lot of a lot of Lauren history going back to the eighteen hundreds especially with the tribes and some of the contention I know you've done a lot of work digging into records about previous owners we know that that you know that's a story that's told in our book about the the ranch family that I called the Gorman's that they had dramatic experiences for the twenty months that they live there and beyond but the previous owner said nana we never saw any of that stuff what what do you make of that and I don't know that there are limits on no yeah not a bunch of bunk so one of the things that that that I'm quite proud of is that we've been able to pull together and archival history of the ranch and the surrounding area and I'll tell you there are reports of the go back to the the original homesteaders back to the nineteen thirty of you know bizarre cattle mutilations that were brought to the attention of law enforcement even back into the thirties we have reports from the early nineteen eighties the date directly to the to the the previous owners the Myers that did have the property before the measurements and this is before this property was really on the on the radar or really reported to be a at center of interest at least so I I need I have a hard time with the criticism that people often are quick to to give regarding you know the the Shermans and Bigelow and that you know that all of this was was brought on brought on by them that it was all a figment of their imagination soar or was a product of of their occupation on the property where there are a you know whatever was going on when in fact we have I mean we're talking numerous accounts in a very credible accounts of the individuals who both lived on the property and have family members that worked on the property that that had strange encounters that's that's frankly defy explanation and are consistent with what we are seeing to this day explain that yeah I mean two hundred plus years it it's not something that Bob Bigelow or the military created or you for that matter you know that the gab the big criticism of of Bigelow and I will admit going into this question that he's a friend of mine that has allowed me to be a fly on the wall regarding the ranch for a long time to one degree or another about the criticism that he plays his cards pretty close to the vest I it's true he's always done that but you know during the needs era I think you wanted to a real low profile because there is an interactive quality to what goes on out there as you just described people who trespass or come on to the property not only put themselves at risk but also could gum up the works or whatever research you might be doing so as you have done with your security they tried to do that as well and try to keep it on the down low when the bass program was underway the D. I. A. study for those three years of course they had another reason for secrecy imposed on them by a government agency but you know obviously you have been able to turn that around and are ready to tell what you know which is really refreshing I'm just trying to yeah I I well I want to take a more collaborative transparent approach and a big part of that George's work we're opening the ranch up for a live feed tomorrow read it in Newsweek just were kind enough to help facilitate it with our team and Eric bard and our team out there his his his made it possible to engage people and in a way that I don't think would have ever been imagine they're considered in the past many people are going to be able to actually tune in and pull up a live feed and be able to witness from any number of different angles what we see on an hour to an hour minute to minute basis out there and some of it may be boring it but you never know what may pop up on the feet we we've we've learned that and so I that is part of this new age of collaboration and and wanting to demonstrate our openness and and really are sincere desire to discover what is really going on out there I mean I I've wanted to engage the public interest to have them participate in a very tangible way in in our journey so I'm I'm excited I hope people I hope people participate I think it doesn't cost anything it's it's it's offered I believe free but anyhow it's it's been exciting yeah in the exciting part of what we're doing well I know I'll be watching and will post the link on coast to coast at the appropriate time and then Tuesday night the TV show debuts and that also is part of your effort to increase the transparency what goes on there but imagine again you know when you increase the profile of the property you know it's an invitation to trespasser isn't interlopers vandals I mean that happened a lot when the when the book came out of the hunt for the skinwalker all kinds of people descended on the property taking sneaking onto it ripping off the gates and fences and taking souvenirs and have a little of your parties and as you know it cut creates a lot of problems four yeah people are very disrespectful and it's it's sad because I don't think that people realize that we really are engaged in a serious investigation I mean this is a scientific research project in in order to maintain the integrity of that project and we have to we have to have a secure site and you are violating that security compromises the nature of what we're trying to record it compromises the data and I don't think people take that into consideration I and it's it's really unfortunate but my hope is that people in the future will be respectful and and a big part of agreeing to this show was is really my effort to engage the public and I want people to see behind the scenes I want them to have really a look into the ranch and into exactly what we are doing in order to to really discover the truth to to really discover the secret of skinwalker ranch share with me sort of the arrival of the TV crew because again we're talking about balancing risks versus rewards when you bring people on you put them at risk to some degree and I'm sure at least some of them were aware of what kind of risks there were others might have been totally of dismissive of the whole thing right yeah that is that is true I I would say that the majority if not all of the crew that came in from LA were were very vocal skeptics I think they they thought that it was that it was all a bunch of baloney but they were out with the job and they were there to to document what was happening but we required everyone to sign NDAs and also liability agreements technology in that set there was the danger involved six people have been hurt that there that there is unexplained phenomenon they have to acknowledge that and going in and we we require that of anyone who enters the property as part of the investigation whether they be a vendor or contractor or someone involved in this case if you're going out with the crew and die I I would dare say that the crew that came out and were there for months that mobilized on site with our team I think I would be surprised if you if if there was one of them that left skeptical for at least without scratching their heads and saying well they admitting honestly that they have witnessed things that they simply cannot describe or in some cases really explain away doctor Taylor you know Travis Taylor who we brought on to really engage and challenge the team and really elevate this from being an observational science exercise to something I think a little bit more aggressive your doctor Taylor came on at the skeptic I think he he thought that we were all pretty silly and even show me evidence I think he keeps he really wasn't willing to concede that there was something truly unexplained or extraordinary going on and so on and so he yelled as has been reported he left also scratching his head and we'll be bringing him back in fact he's now he's now a key member of the team along with the doctor Jim Sigala who have really been advising Eric barred so interesting times it was a tendency I think with the ranch of new eye witnesses people come to the property they may be skeptical at first and then they have an experience and they're not no longer skeptical but they are skeptical of what other people saw you know critical of I'll I know I had I saw something but I don't believe the other stuff it's just I guess Uman nature comes with the territory sure well it is now your name is out there yeah go.
"brendan" Discussed on Good For You
"Very smart. Didn't say you know it. The Michael Michael Jackson guys thing I. I'm not buying it. Yeah I just I just think and I know. I'm playing devil's advocate a little bit because you know I'm the first person person to be like a dad's not handling I I don't know I just think there's something to be said for having expectations for your kids and I my dad. It's fucking road me. That's such grossing. But that's saying no so hard so hard with studies and I'm so grateful that he did and I hated aided at the time but my work ethic is offer my dad for sure if my dad talking about something different than I agree with that too. My Dad was in a documentary about me. Everyone would think he was a fucking asshole. I'm so grateful that my dad had such high expectations and worked me so hard at if my dad Shootout Whitney Cummings Bikinis one pieces. Managing your your torn your merch a not at making sure your shopping Cleveland. For when you go top I need a break on. Well now you gotTa Stop Online. Fuck in Jessica. Simpson's parents did Miley Miley Cyrus. His parents did it Katherine. Hi Goes Mom. Did it go through those three examples. Let's talk about all happy to high goal. How House in Utah doing great works whenever she wants? Yes she said a crazy thing on Ellen Fein not a lot of people like her but those skills are getting paid anyone would fuck and take her career. It's what she said on shows so not her career after the stuff after the USA. Show okay so she said you work you say. USA Mush Most Watch Network Bullsh- on TV network true us. Watch that the show on what's going on here. See now. You're now this is fucking. This isn't should I initiative out as the most watched network watching the elect show essay blue-collar Kalu factor more than ABC NBC American Idol Bachelor Bachelorette Table Most watched cable network changing the tumor notices changing the top network. I'm googling this right now. Okay so can handle you. Love her household name movie star Catherine loose use with Busey. Goosey with movie stars right now. She fucking stepped in some shit but her she. I should've did everything she needed to do. Sure her mom showed up okay. Her mom handled Chet baiter rich. And I'll send Utah House Miley Cyrus Mental Gauge. He's he's self-destructed on her own. She was a child star. That's different from life. Eight gabby not a child. Star Gabby got famous at eight to Youtube video film sharing sharing her talent. And doing this with infusing keeping your kid accountable and not giving and I know it's the vote in this picture with WHO is. He's.
"brendan" Discussed on Good For You
"Little also. Also now I was dad was SORTA PD. Chester loves by DAD making calls and get me a bikini keeney line I do. I do say that. I think that her dad is getting way too much shit he does. He seem super creepy. Think so too but like shoes. Susan Shelley walked into the House that s good show. Papa felt like everybody on the show seemed really hollowed for Jerry. They're all very sad to me. How about the immature mature how about holdup? How Ego punk hazard? How about the time about the chick? We'll get to her. Her name lies. No it's not. What surname Mulch? It I was just checking I was just texting with her Alexei shaky about her Lexi. We'll get to his second second but Gaby. Let's slow down with Gabby. I can't remember what the argument was but I yes I I think there is a weird war on men and where no man can do anything right. If the if the Dow was absent we would say he was an asshole. If he was taken her to practice we'd say he was a pervert if he's helping rebuild or business he's two the hands on what version of Gabby Dad would we not cravings dawn by the red flag of it for me. The first red flag with another had an interview with it has to do with how his daughter and his wife. They're talking and his wife said well. That's not what you just saw. The story go into the forest. I saw.
"brendan" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Yeah I only ask because people are like yeah. I saw ghost two weeks. You're like I'm glad I have. This hasn't happened to me but I was in the room with her. My we went to Wales as a as a we went to London. And then Wales and then Dublin when I was in like eighth grade in this big trip with my school and so my parents came there. Were like I'm one of five so we're really big family. But I think three of us went and then my parents is came and We went to Wales and we stayed in like in a haunted hotel. You know right next to big graveyard and my sister. Welcome in the middle night. Says she saw a ghost and she was in the bed next to me and she wet the bed O. M. G.. Yeah she's a slime going through the bed. Sly You could have been like lookout. Yeah I I'm not. I'm not really like a supernatural person and I had this conversation with my mom over Thanksgiving where like I don't really think about God. I don't consider myself an atheist. 'cause I find atheists to be kind of exhausting. You know it's like how do you you you're basically doing the same thing. But on the other side well certainty. There's a lot of certain atheists I always like to represent Penn Jillette. WHO's a great atheist in my opinion and and he's like the whole thing is we? Don't know Penn Gillette. Who is gorgeous? You'll say on that stun GONNA learn ahead in Penn and teller gorgeous gorgeous heart right and he's a good looking man. What I'm saying is art is gorgeous? Because because he'll you'll get like There could be a man on a cloud in the sky. And he's like I believe in infinite possibilities that's what he says but he's like I don't think anyone knows. Yeah so he has the same problem with a run in the middle atheist as you do which is certainty anybody claiming that they know what's going on is offensive to Penn Jillette. And frankly to me. Yeah I don't I get really scared of style. I scare really easily locking scare jumping mike jumping onto my bed so that nothing grabs my ankles. But then I don't actually believe in any of it. It's an interesting. Is that part of why. You're you're maybe not that interested in religion because there's so much scary shit in there. I mean Catholicism is like pageant.
"brendan" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Yeah it's it's pretty touching cold cream or something it's just like putting your fingers match potatoes. You know the good thing is touching the back of silver surfer. How's that it's just so pleasant erotic thing I've ever that's the comic Book Villain Okay? Rise of the silver surfer. He realized they fought him. I think he started bad. I missed that one. We all all missed it. You know what I'm done. I'm not seeing the New Star Wars. I don't give a shit I'm done. Yeah I really am every star wars and there's talking about great people making things that just might not be for me. I'm obsessed with Adam driver. I love him to death but the last couple of star wars are gone. I'm just like people are going to win the Lucasville thing and comes up and I'm like I don't know I've had. I haven't had a colonoscopy but this is where you would say it because I'm fully you'd be like I can't this isn't you haven't had one. No you got again what I do. Yeah really I think so. Katie Katie. Doesn't I think I'm addicted to going to the doctor. Though really yeah I would get them now if they would let let me hypochondria I just love having somebody told me that lake. Okay I love getting my like blood levels done and like being like I need to be taking more vitamin the and I like to open the settings on your body You WanNa go like I want to see what's going on in there that's a type of ASL or are you familiar without going to the doctor where people ask you personal questions. And they're like how many how many bowel movements do you have a day or or whatever it might be. Yeah I I don't have it either. You just made a face that made me feel very quickly. Like don't shave movements one isn't one but that'd be like how much do you sleep every night or like things like that or like. Do you ever have any pain in your feet do. Yeah Yeah you can look look bad headaches. Yeah exactly. It's kind of great Nutri melot tea tree and they pause. I tried it. I I did the thing because I was like. I've never looked at Marin and just been like fucking. I'm just going to masturbate. I've there's something erotic going on and I'm just like this I. Let's just skip to the meal going on now. Just just where they eat really spicy food it just you know. It's obviously like Perry beautiful women and the spicy food like. Oh my God. It's hot and then they like drink cold milk and tax. That's it's a I mean it certainly not for me but kind of jump into shame. Shame for me jumping industry culture for a second going on because you just said it's always the most popular popular ones. Tend to be very beautiful and they're just like just open this Christmas paper and you're just like why can't it. Just be a guy being what's going the on because it's could sack I feel it on your tainted you go. I'm not crazy about like the sound of a mouth smacking you. We know Lego. Yeah did you it for your followers. But it's just not for me if I have A. I have a little snack bar in my pocket and I was like maybe of Brennan tells a story that looks like it's going to go a long time to sit down. Because I have to put the MIC far away because I'll get so going back to the tweets. He's so many commentators. It's a real thing you wanna eat it. I could tell the gun story. I'm okay right now but I do want to hear the gun story but I was also telling you that I went on twitter and for the first time in a long longtime somebody tweeted something mean to me just sort of was like I watched myself I was. I watched my interstate and I was like this is okay yeah like I understand. I had read tweeted something anti trump or whatever and I was like it's just going to happen for a day or two. You just know that that's going to happen. I'm also sometimes impressed that that these people who clearly have no idea who I am research you to think of something mean to say based on your career and I'm like if only you could use that power for good. Yeah instead of just trying to be like I'm GonNa fuck up your day a little bit. It's what awesome are for trump trollers. I don't get upset when it Comes into my mentions or whatever like comments. I get upset at myself when I when ever ever I reply to it I spend you know six to eight weeks being like you Eddie. Had why did you reply. Why did you reply? When I said percents clearly has their own thing thing going on their own issue? That has nothing to do with me right and so to engage with it as immature. Well when people re tweet it and like with a comment just to let their followers troll them. I'm like yeah guys. Use Use your powers for good Sarah Silverman wants did it very beautifully Fli where she re tweeted. Something mean with with a comment and she just had like an open dialogue about like what's going on what's wrong. I forget how it ended. It ended with him opening up. I think about being like super depressed and she liked pointed direction of help to really beautiful. She's is great but I was like I. I can't be doing that. I think I guess I could women. I think women can do whatever they want in terms of like you know so if somebody comes for a woman online and they dunk on them. I'm you know I'm in the stands cheering for that. Yeah it's when like a guy who has it's been a guy does it where I'm like. Yeah like whatever what what I was on best week ever. I remember one of the topics because he loved. It wasn't a fun. Oh my God all I love the ninety S. Yeah that's what I grew up on those shows me to like. I thought Mike Arcs Outsmart Sparks Mike leading black. We're like the end still arts. I mean like the biggest stars in the world I know I remember very distinctly thinking about moving to New York. I was living Chicago and I'd watch best week ever and I'd it'd be like Paul Scheer and it said comedian so I always assumed that he was a stand up and I was like. What is that guys? Stand up like like he's an improvisor is there and yet he's wonderful but like I just assumed everybody was me. I was watching different meanings on the show and it gave me this outlet and I was on it. It was fucking is amazing and then why did I bring that up. Oh one of the stories was the Joe. Rogan got an a huge my space war with troll and I remember certainly not. Yeah I I still remember it because unless you had to kind of spin everything that it was great and it was like it wasn't really a grave it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't not great but it wasn't my favorite topic because they think at one point in the email he's like he's like I've been on nine nine series. I like Joel. Does not shots fired this happen. And he was like sort of. Fear factor. Joe This was fear factor. Joe Being like I never very out to work again. Yeah you you little ship so he was feeling agro and that's fair it's okay I'm not I'm not shaming. I'm just saying I didn't know how to make that light. Yeah it'd be like you got that I could get up. I said that one I've been really. I've been really really good. And I kind of just just disassociate from the stuff. But I got really upset at the Internet of all things to get upset at. The Internet got really upset. That Melissa Melissa McCarthy was going to play Ursula in the New Little Mermaid and a lot of the Internet was like why would you cast her lake. Thank you should cast a drag queen like what's interesting is when a dragging right Ursula kind of well are you the Internet right now. I was just like most of the people that right. Now is the funniest thing anyone's ever said most of the the Internet right now. That is so funny I will never forget that classic. That was like an exacto knife. Burn I mean you could call someone someone out pretty easily just. Are you being the Internet right now. So funny thank you for that but a lot of a feed was just cast a drag queen in this and we adjust. Had Valentina and Tina not do that well in rent live and I was like. We've drag queens aren't actors into some of them yes some of them are but this. This is also Melissa McCarthy. The biggest comedy star of her generation a person who fought tooth and nail for respect in this industry for many many a years who has come out on top and should be on top and now wants to play Ursula and she should and you're all idiots and then somebody was like this is actually we like Like anti this is like homophobic like this against drag queens and yeah and I was just like bitch i Emma Faggot like can you stop like who are you. Yes I could and they were just like just because you can't say and and now it's like I'm scared still torn up about it because I'm talking about it literally three months later and I was like that was a moment of like Brendan. You're so weak O. M.. Njit shouldn't have gotten into the fray. I don't mean to circle back I wasn't saying a drag queen should players love but I was like she has that vibe well she's modeled off of love divine. Who is that's what I'm thinking eyelash and that was the argument? I see but I also that you're gonNA say Melissa McCarthy Kumail too much got to buff. She's very skinny now. Oh is she yeah. She's skinny. I guess I haven't checked in with her in a second. Yeah she. She lost a lot of weight. The which is good for. I think a lot of people so she wants for sure. I think being skinny can be expensive. You know what I'm saying so like Kamal's post you talk about all the people that helped him do that. I ran into him. Like the Virgil a couple months hurt. Yeah he ran right into is is made out of cured Oakwood now and he and my good friend Joachim Booster. WHO's a very buff? Comedian if you don't want to tell us his name. You don't have to make up Kim. That is his name. I believe it now. He got name. Check Joe you're great. But they were basically just next to each other being like and this is all the stuff I have to do at five. Am to wake up. In the middle of the night to eat Joel blends chicken in a blender in e and drinks it with water like rocky. Yeah just to get it in them. Yeah that is like rocky. It's like the eggs saying you gotTa get twenty grams of protein. Any real fast or whatever tough. Yeah no make good stuff no commit Gustav. Can you edit that out. I don't know where that came from me. Good it means it means I don't like okay. Here's my question. I can't believe that by the way that's intense. Well I remember Mel. I saw him the last I saw him actually was he was really big like Chunky and I would say that if he was in the room because he was he was eating ice cream. And like that's part of it. I guess I told him that. You get real big like you and then you tone own it and then you tone it like you have to sculpt something so that's why there's like weight gain powder and stuff and it was a very fun Kumail because he loves great British Bake Bake off so he's like. Do you want to have some cream. Sure I'm no. I'm his eating good for pleasure. And he's like this is part of my flak and I'm like this Artemije live skull. I do the bar before. You're sculpting by life and never felt Batista told that's somebody you WANNA trust for in terms of tone Elliott. Yeah in terms of tone I yes I just watch jobs new movie which is great and there's two you gags that rely on someone being really really must really like Batista..
"brendan" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Elephant. Dick's yeah and it's it's it's the most shocking thing I've ever seen in my life but a really good laugh. You could just watch that clip. Nothing nothing ages. Well movies are just like dream but they became real vaguely. Remember that tree in junior high. And now we're like. Oh aw dream. That's terrifying anyway. I don't know why talked about that but I'm glad you did. It reminds me of. There's I believe it's the second it might be a deleted scene from the first as enter the second as mgr where he hides inside a rubber rhinoceros. Oh Yeah and then he comes out remember. He's birth by it in front of all the people in the zoo but it's really funny. Yeah so good Gary. There's certain people I bet he could make hiding. I don't no no I can't see the setpiece. I'm not blaming Sasha Baron see but that par and it's him and mark strong who played brothers whose mark strong he's like the bald guy from He's British oh Jesus man's been always like a bad guy also like no. He's like in planet in Hitman. Okay he's the Hitman there is. Yeah yeah yeah he plays I know oh him as the bad guy inches. Am Oh yeah. Play movie. Although I liked it Zam play movies demean. I'm I thought of Kazan immediately shack. Yeah she's Amazon at the one with Zachary Levi. Yes buff now. Very he secret Kumail Weekly Mail. He came out out before it could. He walked so could run but what was he before was he in something. We'll check. He was yeah it was locked. Your eyes on me to go. I'm going to ask. I realized that that was was there was a really funny. I don't know if it's like an snl better something but it was all about. How like chuck was an elaborate ruse by network convince you? There was a show called chuck but nobody actually this show chuck did not actually exist. It was over marketing. But I watched all of the trucks that was a simpsons. Simpson's gag actually is that Simpson's sometimes there was a new Simpson's where they were explaining what TV was and they were like. None of these shows exists in the USA network doesn't exist. It's one of the funniest things. I'm so glad you saw that. Because as I was watching it I was like sorta sad that not that many people or I think a lot of people do but not that many people we now I guess yeah. Watch the news that was. This is genius. I watch them occasionally not not regularly but sometimes they'll just be in the mood. They're good yeah. I'm not just saying that I did just right for them but to Galions Eddie. Yeah I wrote I wrote episodes for them. That's cool. It was so cool and then to get ready I watched a bunch of new ones and it was like what's going on here and I can say with with my episodes. They send it through the ringer. They won't let it go out until it's fucking hilarious. They may have like fifteen geniuses. I picture leading living in log cabins. Because they're just like Yuna unabomber style geniuses but for Joe. Yeah and they punch it up like a million times got it. I mean I feel like you right on that you could write on that show for twenty years or maybe some people have I think they I think Al Jean's been on that show the whole time which is thirty. That's not a bad life. If it didn't seem bad he seemed to still be enjoying it. Yeah no fool and he like read an ice cream hopeful and ah let's talk about you you don't like it only.
"brendan" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Is not bad it cuts to you and me the writers going. Oh No diskettes custody. Two million dollars. That's how much blow have. We died. They should have never given us that Grad back. We can talk buffalo all night like that's the best line. Not even the crew left Do you ever seen this Sh- Sasha Baron Cohen movie that came out recently but I. I don't think anyone really saw it but it was the brothers Grimsby Grimsby it was kind of I think the studio buried it or whatever but He and mark strong at one point. It's the funniest thing I've ever seen. Climb into the Vagina of an elephant to hide from spies or something like that. I know that is it. THEY CLIMB INTO A and they've set it up in the beginning of the movie. They're like well. You know elephants Vaginas so big and then you're like you don't think about it and then flash forward forty five minutes later and they are hiding vagina. Ed then gets run train on by like a bunch of Mrs until this wild wild west like just poked in the face by like prosthetic attic vaginas and Dick's addicts. Yeah Yeah Sorry Elephant. Dick's yeah and it's it's it's the most shocking thing I've ever seen in my life but a really good laugh. You could just watch that clip. Nothing nothing ages. Well movies are just like dream but they became real vaguely..
"brendan" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You Walk You made it weird with what's happening Weirdos. This is the incredible Brendan Skin Al.. He's just one one of the most talented and Hilarious comedians. I've come across lately and a wonderful He's an actor and writer as well. He's on the show. Heather's he's going to be in the upcoming show bonding a net flex definitely check them out online. We talk a lot about his sketch. Work as well with my friend. Sam Fischel so give that a youtube. If if you're curious to those to those to those of you who have been coming out to the dates the tour dates thank you for coming out and brea. It was awesome. I am on the road. Currently the with Lara Bites. It's a double headliner show. She is incredible. The whole show is awesome. But it's me doing new hour of stand up as well and we are going to be in oxnard snored Nashville Saint. Louis Cleveland San Jose Houston and Phoenix. Those are all confirmed. Tickets are at Pete. Holmes DOT COM. Hope to you see you out on the road. It's great to get a chance to see Weirdos live so please come out and support if if you nasty I also want to plug. What do I want want to plug my largo show? February seventh is my next Largo. But that's every month always highlight of my month. Doing stand up with special guests like jet appetizer. Silverman tag elephant ACAS. These are some of the people that have been popping by lately. Go to Largo Dash. La Dot Com. Always Nice to see you guys at that About comedy sex. God is available now. I don't have much to plug we can do. The Pete's picks Pete's picks as you know I got him right here on my desk. The original Pete's pick doc. I have a special promo. This is not the Usual Promo for Charlotte's Web. I have a forty percent off Promo holy cow for Charlotte's Web. If you guys have been waiting to try the hemp oil that I swear by you guys know. I don't do ads for things. That are just random. I do ads for things that I actually love and Charlotte's web hemp oil. He's absolutely absolutely a secret weapon. A plant ally in my arsenal for me. CBD Oil has been a wonderful anxiety reducer and a mood. Elevator helps me relax. It helps me. Work and focus helps me ease and flow into whatever it is. I'm doing it also just really takes the edge off not in an in an intoxicant way doesn't get you high. It just sort of helps you. Soften the The tension that you might be experiencing and this is just me speaking anecdotally really. That is the feeling I get. I used to call my happy juice. When I was onset at crashing I would say please give me my happy that my cbd it was just something that would help me ease and flow and say yes to what it was that I was doing while keeping me in the game you hear him? You think cannabis. It's not the same as canvas there's no thc there's very very very very very low amount because they use science to push for the CD. CD is what you're getting. Everybody knows it's a hot product now but The Stanley brothers are the only company that I've found that grow their CD in Denver in Colorado for human consumption for medicinal purposes. So it is a wonderful wonderful thing to take instead of pharmaceutical and that is why I swear by it. Guess what forty percent off their bestselling seventeen milligram oil in any flavor. You can get mint chocolate chocolate. which is what I like them? Twist Orange Blossom or original olive oil and for up until.
"brendan" Discussed on Survival
"The walkie. He couldn't didn't believe it only this morning. He'd sat at a briefing with his mentor Eric. He'd been joking around with his Buddy Chris that they'd be home in time for dinner. How was it possible that all nineteen of his beloved firefighting brothers were gone at first? He refused to believe it instead. He sank into denial. According to survival author Amanda Ripley. This is a highly common response to disaster scenarios Ripley suggests tests that are tendency to disbelieve. Terrible things are happening. Maybe related to an ancient survival instinct to play dead and for a while. That's just what Brendan Brendan seem to be doing. He sat dazed in the Buggy as the town of Yarnell continued to burn around him darkness. Fire panic smoke. Everything merged into a haze. He lost track of time at certain moments. He felt that this entire day had been a nightmare and any second now he would wake to see his brother's walking down the street toward him so badly that didn't happen and is Brendan sat alone alone and dazed and the buggy. The events around him continued to unfold at about nine PM. He began to hear phone's vibrating. First one then been several more. He didn't recognize the significance of the sounds at first but little by little it dawned on Brendan what must be happening. The families of his fellow hotshots had heard the news. They were calling their husbands boyfriends sons over and over desperately hoping to hear are they were all right. They must've heard that there was a survivor. As Brendan felt the full weight of this realization. He was suddenly crushed with guilt unable to cope with the sound of his dead crewmates ringing phones he got out of the buggy and walked.
"brendan" Discussed on Survival
"Superintendent Eric Marsh and thirty six year old Captain Captain Jesse. Steed agreed to lead the Granite Mountain hotshots out of the black in doing so the aim to reach a safe zone on a ranch about fifteen minutes away. A thousand feet below in the town of your now. Brendon Eric's announcement over the radio. He had absolute faith in his mentors ability ability to protect them with that comforting thought. In mind he turned his attention back to the task. At hand he didn't know the crew had moved off. The black. Lack Brendan was still about a quarter mile away. From the rendezvous point and the situation was now apocalyptic the fire was so large and powerful full that it was generating its own wind creating the effect of a blazing tornado. Burning branches were ripping off trees and hurled like flaming spears years across the roadways. The air was so hot that windows. We're melting in a catastrophe of this magnitude. One of the greatest dangers rangers to Brendan was fear. Survival instructor and bestselling author. Tim Mc Welsh points out that when people panic during natural disasters they make mistakes aches that render their situations worse MC Welsh rights. Usually these stories don't have a happy ending. Fortunately in Brennan's case he was already practicing accessing the tactics mic Welsh recommends to combat fear in life threatening situations. One of these is to plan for disasters ahead of time which Brendan had been doing as a hotshot since day one anytime he and his brothers weren't out fighting fires they were training for various deadly scenarios another strategy MC quelch mentions is to focus on something bigger than oneself faith family or anything that triggers a strong positive emotion. This is essentially really what Brendan was doing when he thought about his firefighting brothers. His love for Eric Jesse Chris and the other hotshots gave him something to hold onto in moments..
"brendan" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I think it was called and i was like what and they were like pinker blue and i was like what i really could not figure out what they were asking asking me and then i realized that they were trying to even be like gender neutral but ask me what like genitals scan for which was like amazing using wow but but that was a real fucking leap. I think they say twenty three times before. I was like oh i think pink they think well what is the gender of color except but also just like your like six o'clock in the morning and someone's just yelling pinker blew what you and you're like. Why is this part of it was that i think he was here l._a._x. Yeah sounds like you probably wouldn't get it in dallas. Oh yea yea we're in like it's just like a very interesting times. We live in but anyway. I don't even know what i was saying before that it. It doesn't matter but yes yeah <hes>. Oh what i was saying was that you come out forever. One thing that can be very strange. I think is coming up to extended family just because it's like <hes> there's varying degrees of closeness. Maybe you only small talk with this person. You know and then suddenly it's like. I'm going to have a very very nice. Tell you who i fuck like. I'm gonna i'm gonna tell you if rose and have a conversation that might make me cry yes because i'm stressed out about your or whatever it is just like a very emotionally rock conversation and we may never have one of these again you know. I just feel like that's weird part of it too. I feel like in some ways. I've kind of like dodge those conversations through art internet videos why refer to them as art in many ways they still are relevant eleven pieces of art <hes> but yeah that's it is like a weird thing and it's also like i did you know as we were saying. I did the beat kitchen when i was in chicago just now and people who certainly had an antidote uncle club who have never seen me do stand up and i was just like well here. I am like laid laid bare for you and my parents were there but like kind of seeing everything and are completely desensitized but i'm always interested in. I feel very nice to be like you know where a._m. Right now and be like well. I am what i am and i'm bringing that to the table and you can sit at it or not and <hes> whereas i think you know a decade ago <hes> people's opinions nations especially my family's would have would be something that would be really wrought to me when you said you came out pretty young. What do you what age <hes> i was thirteen eighteen or thirteen yeah and you was in seventh grade and then i kinda came out and then i was at this catholic grade school and it came out to like my class and then my like i had a classmate till their parents who told my principal who called all of my parents and so i was kind of like outed my parents and my parents kinda like sat me down and we're sort of like what's going on like. Have you been telling everyone that you're gay. Yea and i was like yes and they're like why are you doing that and i was like because i think i am and my mom kind of she's has since expressed a lot of regret about this conversation but <hes> she was basically like how do you know now. Have you ever kissed. Anybody and i was like no and she was like well. You know <hes> why don't you wait and see and we'll just like couch this conversation and in order to state your school. You need to stop telling people that so i basically like went went back in the closet for them like a couple years and then came out like slowly over the following years in high school the part about in order to stay at school. You stop talking about it. So when you were at school was the context for when you were talking to your class about this just like at like you know. <unk> people's.
"brendan" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I met her at the end and we kind of have this moment of like hey nice to meet you and then a school shooter enters and kills us worse or it's eluded to that we will and then you kind of go back in this spot and you see like in the background of all the shots. There's this other guy kind of like in the background. Displaying signs of violence haven't talked about this in a while but it came out in in in two thousand sixteen and that was the first thing i did where like my everybody. I went to high school side like that kind of thing that went super viral on facebook and and <hes> it was on like c._n._n. And sixty minutes and and then every time there was a school shooting after that it was co viral again which was like very weird <hes> but yeah that was kind of like one of the <hes> the enemy was really enriching job and something i'm. I'm really proud of but again. The one of those things like you really just don't expect anything you do to. What's going to happen with it. Wow did you get either personally. Either positive or negative attention for that or was it. I mean i understand people being like i saw you in this thing then. Was it ever linked to you. Thankfully kind of no. I mean in the positive sense. I think that people who knew me or note knew of me. We were like this is something that brendan is in and <hes> but i probably only got like one or two tweets. 'cause you know gun. Nuts are insane <music>. I'm am i started a little. I definitely got a couple like you know this is such bullshit like stop trying to take our guns but it was never really directed at me and and then you think about like how intense those families have faced that from alex jones community and like it's just so oh alex jones community but then like straight up anchors on fox news is like i mean it's like it's weird. 'cause it not it's weird. It's predictable predictable wherever but it scales all the way to pre fucking normative it's so wild and i mean i'm from indiana. That's like i was like the group up around guns <hes> and <hes> i just don't get it at all and yeah when you say you grew up organs it did kids were in school with just like people people would go shooting with their dads to like go to <hes> you know deer hunting things like that the go-to swamps and just like shoot bottles timeline rate and maybe i'm was pence the governor when you were there <hes> he was there he was governor after i went the school basically became governor and he was a governor for like i think like under four years and was not going to get reelected and mar vice-presidents right right right right but i feel like this administration isn't has lasted forever so i'm like when you went to college. Ten years ago was ear. Whatever you know i mean he liked caused an h._i._v. Crisis in india i know he stopped like a needle exchange and it's like dude like come on and specifically by defunding planned parenthood <hes> yeah that's where that was who was providing providing a safe option so it's it's the but i was thinking about that also because of guns and because i'm from chicago i know that there's a huge linkage judge between indians and chicago gun violence because they just like by them in indiana. Yes sure yeah yeah that makes sense. Yeah either folks buy them numbering them over or like there's just like a there's a pipeline because the gun laws in indian are so relaxed and so because there's so much in violence in chicago there there's like an ever tightening set of laws and then that's how like for instance are stupid president. It uses that to point out that law like restrictions..
"brendan" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I swear i'm extremely funny and this is something that i didn't. I didn't know this whatever happened. I didn't know there'd be people who know me from the podcast and not through stand up just thought people from the new me through stand up would would find the podcast but now it's been happening where there's a lot of folks to ever shows you actually are like kind of good at your job and everything and funny because there's as a serious on the show and tell you i say yes serious guy cami here on query funny cami. They're doing stand up got another new episode this week. This is with brendan scannel. He is a comic actor and dude about town and on the rise here in los angeles. I love this chat and if you don't know brendan naidoo been feeling still talk. No no no careless. I always have guests introduce themselves. Will you introduce yourself. Hi so happy to be here. My name's james brendan's canal and what else should i say. Yes see that's the that's like a roar shark or whatever. How do you say that rush <unk> rush rush that one. I don't think that's a raw shark. It's a bit of sushi and illegal right. It's a bit of illegal sushi. It's <hes> yeah. You're just supposed to say whatever you know you wanna say grace boast <hes>. I guess i'm on this netflix show called bonding yes. That's it's a fun media. Sam romp and <hes> i'm a stand up comedian and then i did this show last year that was like this reboot of heather's which was very fun and <hes> those are my credits. I'm from indiana originally. Where are you from. I'm from valparaiso indiana sure like at this kind of it's a college town. I mean i know i'm from chicago. Oh yeah right right right rather the suburbs of chicago of course they knew i mean people that went out bo yeah we i. I am from western springs. Oh sure you really really know sure yeah. I am from well. I'm i was born in beverly on on the south side. <hes> literally swam against you as a child really juror team. Is the river rats. I believe that when i was five <hes> i'm like i'm from this really big irish catholic family my mom's one of ten my dad's six and so to get out of this six bucks neighborhood where my whole family lived. My parents moved in our to indiana and my grandmother was like why are you taking my daughter so specifically because it was just like we we are the ones who aren't gonna live on this block or whatever it was like kind of my parents. Generations were the generation that like slowly started moving out to like you you know a park and various my mom's an english professor and so we ended up in an my dad just works in banking and he was high bio valparaiso until like last week basically she would just retired wow congrats to her from us nancy. Did you go to that school. No oh i didn't i went to north western chicago. It's the evanston did you. Was it a difficult decision to make it would would you have. I have no idea how this works if your parent works at a college. Do you get like a big deal. Basically that's what i was gonna. Ask instead instead. I was it went to relax. They were like no. They never really pressured us to do that. I think that the idea of like staying in valpo and going to college there was not really in the cards and they never forced any of their kids. I'm one of five to do that. So why was that that it wasn't in the cards to stay there. I think i mean personally. I think we all just wanted to go have different experiences dances and in some ways i think because we all moved there when we were kids. We never had this sense that maybe some other people well. I grew up with dead that like that was going to be the final landing spot like my parents. Don't live there anymore. They like <hes> live on lake michigan now at so valpo always kind of felt like this temporary temporary stop..
"brendan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"In a car crash into sales, and eleven drama Brenton pace, no longer perform and bassist James make nail plate for various other groups, although the band originally high owed from Sydney. They had a mess. The decent underground following in Melbourne, during the nineties Fulmer being many Matt race was certain, he would remember if a devoted Dan, Tom fan had gotten that tattoo at the time has they surely would have come forward to show it off to their autos. As it turned out, Dan, Tom's bassist James make had copied the devil out work for he's being album cover from skateboarding. Graffiti magazine. He had taken some creative liberties. He's rape production giving the devil bouquet of yellow lilies. Instead of the can of spray paint at Hoed in the original magazine version, the magazine not work into victims. Taizhou were compared, so I'd buy so revealing an exact match. Evolving news reports on the tattoo called the attention of local Melbourne resident Ronald a wit more who arrived at the North Melbourne police station to inform offices that he's thirty two year old son Brendan David Bernard had the exact same devil. Taizhou on his forearm having inked when he was sixteen years old. The lost Tom Ronald hit Saney son was ever a month Olea on Christmas day of two thousand four saying the Brendan's lack of contact since the holiday was not unusual, as he often went long, periods of time without getting in touch has defeat headed no Bank concerned about whereabouts and he hadn't been reported as missing. Brendan's friends knew him simply as bay, and he wore a distinctive chain around his neck, adorned with the Letta. He was the eldest of four children. One of whom had since relocated to Europe, but the other two resulted in Melbourne, his mother had passed away into the night. For the past five years. Brendan had been homeless intermittently staying at men shoulders since the end of two thousand twelve when he took to cat surfing between the homes of his friends. A long term heroin user, he was also nine to deal drugs, which caused the rift between he's family. I did not agree with these law choices they still kid, deeply fifth Brandon and hoped he would get his life back on track. They made sure to touch base with him every once in a while including at Christmas time. To determine if there was a familial connection. Ronald wit more provided investigators with these day to compare against the unidentified remains significantly foster process than checking the day against their extensive Dada. Bases. As police awaited the results of the test, Detective Inspector McHugh fronted, the media, and Nancy. The tattoo had been recognized by the big Dems, family. He disclosed the victim to bay a mean age thirties who lived on the fringes of Melbourne, Sebei day, but withheld Brendan bernards name explaining, he would not disclose density until the day had been confirmed through forensic testing. Although, hey, expressed confidence that Dina knew who the victim was GRA mocking. Everything points to that families, relative, adding that a motive for the Moda, and he's exact cause of death remained on Clea. Detective Hughes thanked the public into media for this port during the course of their investigations stating the response from the public has been tremendous despite the confronting nature of these discoveries people have acted quickly and contacted police immediately the information provided has enabled investigators to act quickly and secure the autumns proving crucial in the investigation appeal to the offender out there. We methodically working out white wards him or her. And if that would lock to contact crime stoppers will certainly MAG outselves available for interview a lot of people find themselves in circumstances. They have no control IVA. Obviously, if there are associates of the offender perhaps, who are not actively involved in the death. We'd certainly be interested in talking to them if they come forward. The results of Ronald wit MOS day night, test came back, positive confirming familial match existed between himself and to the victim. This result coupled with the tattoo identification, confirmed, the Maribyrnong river remains with those of Brendan Bernard the verification devastated Brendan's family who struggled to comprehend that depravity, if he's death and the horrific ordeal. He suffered. Ronald provided police with a recent photograph of he's deceased some to help with their investigations. Will try to small ING and relaxed Brendan as he stood at the tram. Stop on the corner of good. And in Napier straits in Fitzroy. He showed length Brown hair was covered by a black hat, which matched his black Toya collection of k chains dangling around his neck. Defied I was released to the media publicly naming Brendan Byrne it as the men, whose remains had been fanned in the river and the hunt, Fahey's Killa was initiated. Homicide. Detectives extended during festive Gatien's to the locations. Brendan was nine to frequent and begin questioning he's relatives and friends. John Brennan, stepfather came forward is one of the loss people to Saint Brendan in the days preceding discovery of his remains join maintained, a good relationship with steps on with the pair having lost. They nature on Tuesday, January twenty seven nine days before Brendan's body parts fan, he met his father. So I'd John City-based office, where he asked to borrow some money, Joan agreed transferring one hundred dollars into Brendan's Bank can but he hadn't heard from him since. When Joan saw the devil, tattoo in media reports. He immediately recognized it as similar to Brendan's. But do you need was blurry? So he wasn't one hundred percent certain wanting to make sure he steps on was oh, wrought Joan proceeded to try to find him. He knew Brendan was staying with a friend met you Brennan who lived in an apartment on I. Shanna C straight in North Melbourne. The apartment was part of a multi storey housing commission complex owned by the striving government, which provided shelter allowing common is and people dependent on social welfare. Matthew had been allowing Brendan two studies place. Temporarily fray of rent. When John visited the apartment looking for Brendan Matthew seemed reluctant to I've been the dole. Informing him that Brendan had packed up his things center, left,.
"brendan" Discussed on Undisclosed
"So we do have a record of of exactly how this unfolded and what they end up saying to Brandon is that the district attorney is looking at charging Brendan, unless Brennan can tell them something, which we believe his totally. Untrue. There was no evidence at all. Linking Brennan's anything various at this at this stage of the game, but they tell him this and they tell him that they believed he had seen something in that bonfire. They told him, Brandon. We know you saw a hand a foot ahead, something in that fire goes on and on and what is Brendan eventually do you know, highly suggestive oil intellectually impaired kid ends up saying, yes, I saw fingers toes and a forehead in that fire same body parts that they'd on. Right? Really, really strange story. They get this from Brennan at the high school. They bring him to a police departments. They put him in a room. They get him to repeat the story on videotape. Also at this time they suggest to him that his uncle head raped is harbach in Brendon says, you know, he's sort of, here's a suggestion enemies. It. And they. So they get him to repeat these things on tape and they let him go later on the next morning actually. And they come back to him two days later on March. First. They come back to him back to school, pull him out of school. Again at this time, they drive in forty five minutes away to another police department. The Manitoba police department, they put him in an interrogation room there this time on camera and a question about three and a half hours. Again, without a parent or lawyer present in a very suggestive manner, telling him that they knew they knew he knew more than what he said before telling him that they knew he was a freight of being arrested. But that's the only way he'd be set free be if he was honest with them. If he was honest with them, then everything would be alright, he'd be okay, he's he's got nothing to worry about. But by the way Brennan, we know we will only accept a certain story is honesty, right honesty means you know more than what he told us and little by little details about what they think Brennan did dribbled out over the course of this interrogation until Brendan finds himself repeating those details and admitting to raping murdering, Theresa Hal balk along with his uncle. Do you wanna try though. No. He just kept on AME on. Kate and say, anything else to when he was egging you on how you on. Come on, try for me..
"brendan" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write
"To end the show we have brendan o'connor welcome brendan hey guys so i'm curious have you listen to the show for i i have not putting him right on the split three out of the geico welcome to the show barely let me ask close to give you a saudi unless it is too there's a new interview series from jesse thorn where he talks to people about interviewing ira glass said that the the first thing you should do well he didn't say the first but he said one thing that you should do is to make sure to ask somebody a question that you know is going to make them uncomfortable against the best answers i mean i in principle a i agree with that although i think in practice today i would i would suggest that probably the first question is maybe not flares you wanna just wanna keep you undertows you know let me let me let me also say like i do appreciate your informed opinion as someone who's been doing reporting for a long time but i would also just say that common sense also dictates that jeff yet not a hard truth or he would have had to slog like reporting to understand hey we broke the ice i mean the kalakala alluded to this just now but i you of been reporting for a long time so i'm wondering if you can tell us i you know just a little bit about you.