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"brendan mullin" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on Pantheon

"Okay. so let's let's let's. Let's pick things up here terry. Like what was your favorite Gig with the band. Or what was your favorite thing about the mass. Because we were always that the masks so much this was like la spurs underground punk club. It wasn't the whiskey or the started was in the basement under the pussycat theater in hollywood on hollywood boulevard. Run by brendan mullin who You know later went on to book. A bunch of clubs in become an author r.i.p brandon on. The mass was magical. It was a shithole to anybody. That was that it was like it was like is was it was. I loved it so much. How did you get it do. Yeah well. I did odd thing. I don't know how i met. Michelle meyer who was booking bands at the whisky early on. You know within a few months after the scott rowing and one time she. She's like so. Where do you live. And i'm like well. I'm not sure in my role and she said a. Why don't you get -partment with me then. We don't need anything in it and Because i can and we'll do it right here below the whiskey over there in west hollywood and you know it was very expensive over there obviously has been and i. God i don't know if i can She's like don't worry about it. I'll get the apartment. come in. we'll work it out. I mean of all people michelle found. I can't live with michelle meyer. I never knew that but michelle. Meyer was like an instrumental in my career for you. Guys who don't know who michelle minor is because she's one of the unsung heroes of la rock and roll in past tense. That might late sixties on cheers one at pamela debars friends. She booked the whiskey. She hired me to be ticket taker at the whisky when i was sixteen shoe. Let me putting shows there with my body. She knew everybody in town. Everybody or not everybody. That was coming out of town. So i mean if we made a bio pic about her. Nobody would believe for life she was. She was absolutely an incredible talking. Believe i never knew you lived with one month one month in that apartment and we would go to dukes coffee shop at the trump hotel and we'd have breakfast in the morning and of course people would come in there. You know like how in Barney miller you know these tv people all these and michelle new. The michelle knew them. I mean she was just she was big she was allowed she was just. She was incredible. She was like such enforce. You know and she she really understood where we were coming from you know. She wasn't afraid of us. She didn't think that we were She might have thought we looked kind of like. You know freaks of some sort. But she didn't care. She cared about the business. She cared about bands. She cared about making all this stuff. Happened and so it was. I mean it was platonic but it was like it was such an odd thing you know when i think about it now especially we had empty apartment but it was close to everything and so That we were Just hanging out there. And that's one way i mean. Obviously i could get on the guest list. Any night wanted sorry about that. That was my phone. It's the russian national anthem. And i pretend on there as a ringtone because russia is going to do a transaction the my book but we'll get to that So the mask so what happened was so michelle said okay. So i heard about this place. Hollywood boulevard abasement. I'm gonna go check the fuck out. What is i. don't know what it is. I'm going to go like so. She said but first we have to go pick up. Kim found and he's at his. He lives in east. Hollywood so we gotta go pick up you know the king pig dog holly whatever mish atmos style was like that she was like a combination of a rodney. Bing in hiring. Kim fowley they all spoke the same language their own. Right i know and everything was not head like the germs. Are god head right right and and you know i kind of feel like i just fell off the turnip truck. And i'm just sort of going along like well wherever it takes me. I don't know. But i had a car. Michelle did not. So we go over. And i had a volkswagen. Nineteen sixty seven ball swaggie fastback. It's not a big car. Kim valley's tall thin guy and when he got in the car i think he started doing was bitching and complaining. About how tiny the car was and how the so beneath him to be an are like this so and because he only person you'd see with kim fowley the rest of the people were like three feet under his head so you know i'm like okay. Whatever i'm trying to get us to the club that's all. I'm just michelle's friend so we drive to the sally. The cat theater on hollywood boulevard and then above it was the The building with like the first screen actors guild First writers guild offices. Hollywood western building. I think it was called and it had these amazing Lithographs or whatever they were In the in the lobbies are deca wabi. Of course until those lithographs cut out by some people that we know and take into the plunge ben but So we go to the alley. There's a door you know unmarked. Nothing downstairs mate brendan and he then explains well it's kind of a rehearsal hall and But we might be doing live shows some day. I don you know brandon was just. He was just this very soft spoken. Scottish guy not really punk not just kind of just this guy who was accommodating and really driven to to create a space for musicians to be able to practice clay and and You know just have something. Unfortunately for brendon of course was he had one entrance and exit. Of course the same thing in into the basement but according to l. a. Fire code you had to have to and only other place it could have been done was at the far end of the room which was directly underneath hollywood boulevard and nobody was going to be able to create an exit from a basement onto hollywood boulevard. So his police was doomed from the start and You know but we met him. It was really interesting. And i just like. Here's our home. this is it. This is our home away from home. Brendan sorry your father your punk father here. Keep this thing open because you know this is ed. You're going to be seeing a lot of us so that that all took place and it might i show with the bags was the whiskey of all places which for me was terrifying. Gets the whiskey and there was so much history. So i drink this big milkshake before the show thinking. That will call me down. The first thing. I did almost was throwing up outside the whisky. So this was this huge pink splat on the sidewalk and i like Okay i feel better. Now i can go play and That show for me was Was well always be memorable and The one that we did an airline school at lax. Let the thought it was. There was an atrium in the middle of this building. Pretty pretty big and you know on all four sides with like these dorms for these students from the middle east india and just all over.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Okay. so let's let's let's. Let's pick things up here terry. Like what was your favorite Gig with the band. Or what was your favorite thing about the mass. Because we were always that the masks so much this was like la spurs underground punk club. It wasn't the whiskey or the started was in the basement under the pussycat theater in hollywood on hollywood boulevard. Run by brendan mullin who You know later went on to book. A bunch of clubs and become an author r.i.p brandon on. The mass was magical. It was a shithole to anybody. That was that it was like it was like is was it was. I loved it so much. How did you get it do. Yeah well. I did odd thing. I don't know how i met. Michelle meyer who was booking bands at the whisky early on. You know within a few months after this scott rowing and one time she. She's like so. Where do you live. And i'm like well. I'm not sure in my role and she said a. Why don't you get -partment with me then. We don't need anything in it and Because i can and we'll do it right here below the whiskey over there in west hollywood and You know it was very expensive over there. Obviously it always has been. And i god i don't know if i can She's like don't worry about it. I'll get the apartment. come in. we'll work it out. I mean of all people michelle found. I can't live with michelle meyer. I never knew that but michelle. Meyer was like super instrumental in my career for you. Guys who don't know who michelle minor is because she's one of the unsung heroes of la rock and roll in the since that might late sixties on cheers one at pamela debars friends. She booked the whiskey. She hired me to be ticket taker at the whisky when i was sixteen shoe. Let me putting shows there with my body. She knew everybody in town. Everybody or not everybody. That was coming out of town. So i mean if we made a bio pic about her. Nobody would believe for life she was she was absolutely an incredible fucking believe. I never knew you lived with one month. One month in that apartment and we would go to dukes coffee shop at the tropicana hotel and we'd have breakfast in the morning and of course people would come in there. You know like how in Barney miller you know these tv people all these and michelle new. The michelle knew them. I mean she was just she was big she was allowed she was just. She was incredible. She was like such force you know and she. She really understood where we were coming from. You know she wasn't afraid of us. She didn't think that we were She might have thought we looked kind of like. You know freaks of some sort. But she didn't care. She cared about the business. She cared about bands. She cared about making all this stuff. Happened and so it was. I mean it was platonic but it was like it was such an odd thing you know when i think about it now especially we had empty apartment but it was close to everything and so That we were Just hanging out there. And that's one way i mean. Obviously i could get on the guest list. Any night wanted sorry about that. That was my phone. It's the russian national anthem. And i pretend on there as a ringtone because russia is going to do a translation the my book but we'll get to that So the mask so what happened was so michelle said okay. So i heard about this place. Hollywood boulevard abasement. I'm gonna go check the fuck out. What is i. don't know what it is. I'm going to go like so. She said but first we have to go pick up. Kim found and he's at his. He lives in east. Hollywood so we gotta go pick up you know the king pig dog holly whatever mish atmos style was like that. She was like a combination of a rodney. Being in hiring kim fowley they all spoke the same language their own right. I know and everything was not head like the germs. Are god head right right. And and you know i kind of feel like i just fell off the turnip truck. And i'm just sort of going along like well wherever it takes me. I don't know. But i had a car. Michelle did not. So we go over. And i had a volkswagen. Nineteen sixty seven ball swaggie fastback. It's not a big car. Kim valley's tall thin guy and when he got in the car i think he started doing was bitching and complaining. About how tiny the car was. And how the so beneath him to be an are like this so and because he only person you'd see kim folly the rest of the people were like three feet under his head so you know i'm like okay whatever. I'm trying to get us to the club that's all. I'm just michelle's friend. So we drive to the sally theater on hollywood boulevard and then above it was the The building with like the first screen actors guild First writers guild offices. Hollywood western building. I think it was called and it had these amazing Lithographs or whatever they were In the in the lobbies are deca wabi. Of course until those lithographs cut out by some people that we know and take into the plunge plunger it but So we go to the alley. There's a door you know unmarked. Nothing downstairs mate brendan and he then explains well it's kind of a rehearsal hall and But we might be doing live shows some day. I don you know brandon was just. He was just this very soft spoken. Scottish guy not really punk not just kind of just this guy who was accommodating and really driven to to create a space for musicians to be able to practice clay and and You know just have something. Unfortunately for brendon of course was he had one entrance and exit. Of course the same thing in into the basement but according to l. a. Fire code you had to have to and only other place it could have been done was at the far end of the room which was directly underneath hollywood boulevard and nobody was going to be able to create an exit from a basement onto hollywood boulevard. So his police was doomed from the start and You know but we met him. It was really interesting. And i just like. Here's our home. this is it. This is our home away from home. Brendan sorry your father your punk father here. Keep this thing open because you know this is ed. You're going to be seeing a lot of us so that that all took place and it might i show with the bags was the whiskey of all places which for me was terrifying. Gets the whiskey and there was so much history. So i drink this big milkshake before the show thinking of that will call me down. The first thing. I did almost was throwing up outside the whisky. So this was this huge pink splat on the sidewalk and i like Okay i feel better. Now i can go play and That show for me was Was on well always be memorable and The one that we did an airline school at lax thought it was. There was an atrium in the middle of this building. Pretty pretty big and you know on all four sides with like these dorms for these students from the middle east india and just all over.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:29 min | 4 months ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I know what you meant. Yeah. Well, you look pretty handsome GRANDPA. Your grandma. Hey, you ain't clicking up on me. Are you know? Okay I'm just going to say hi Chris Data John's girlfriend. She's not here. No, that's. Okay. So Let's talk about like Sam. Early what? About one less thing about Jimmy though is that at that time he was I. Think he inflows lot of people and and you know added a different element to that You know all country Movement that was happening. and. It was It felt good. It felt good to to have those books come out but it also felt good to be able to to shine some light on people like tomatoes plenty or top Jimmy who are these? unsung heroes and kind and people that that deserved more than what they got at the time. and. In. La. Remembered and that's that's. A, good feeling to shine some light on on other people. The thing that the thing that I love about your books what have loved the even if I wasn't in both of them is that. This. Is like the real shed that went on I mean if you look at other pump books, I can't even tell you. I'm sure you've noticed that except that you you're like self famous did they wouldn't like they wouldn't make assumptions about X. or miss identify people but like I've been in a million bucks a picture of me and it says British punk nineteen, Seventy, eight or unity or they would just get so much i. mean I i. loved the attention behind. The real punt bucks but people that weren't there because they loved that people are shuttled right completely into it and WANNA retro oriented, but the the level of Research especially now with social media would be so much easier to conduct because you. Talk to the old timers snow here from. That was one of the one of the reasons that we did it to this. And we're lucky to get those audio books and. Yeah I mean at least it's there now and and nobody can take it away. So. They're going to be another win happening. Do you think? I we could kind of age to age out of being current you know then sweep. Late eighties early nineties I mean no. We don't we weren't part of it. Really. For somebody else to do. Yeah would have to be. With, apt to be like like then the next Gen. Indeed. But anyway you're GONNA. You'RE GONNA. Move forward in. An I interrupted you with top Jimmy thing now, I think that was great i. I love talking of people, Eleven on people tackle. Some like I just want to hear about some of your memories of. Basque or just like some crazy stories for anyone that's not listened I mean that's not knowing what the mask is for any listeners Braga. See My coffee is not even fully. So the mask was an underground club in L. run by Brendan Mullin and it was like seriously like the I only punk club in L. A. Like the one that wasn't an established legal club because the mask was totally illegal and even though you guys might notice it was in the basement of the pussycat theater appoint theater. On Hollywood boulevard and Cherokee, and then this was where all the seminal L. La punk bands played many for their first performances like the goes I was there. And countless others I. Think Black Randy's for show is there is outrage on. Yeah probably. Yeah I don't know there was de anyway the and so the NAS was also rehearsal space and it was right across the street from the Canterbury arms where so many people in I've seen lived and it was just like. You know conveniently located on Hollywood Boulevard because there was a jack in the box like three doors away what you could get. The. Man. Yeah like I. Didn't hide you really close to so it was. It was a win win situation. Turning location location. Now. It was awesome. I I think the. I think the most the best show I saw. There was probably the Weirdos after the Weirdos had had You know establish themselves they played a few shows and. It was they were so loud and the PA could barely keep up with it but it was completely packed I mean which is probably one hundred, fifty people. And and it just. That was one of the points at which I realized. Oh, there is really something going on. You know this isn't just a little bit here. You know this isn't just a bunch of renegade. Weirdos it is actually something. This is something. So that was that was right I remember I remember some somebody's spitting on scene not at that show but some other. Less attended it was. alka mask. The mask and I I remember that too didn't like right near or something. I don't know. It's just it was we were in the audience and he turned around and spit on her and I grabbed him by the neck and walk them across the the room and and you know him up against the wall and then just let them go and he seemed to get the message. But yeah. There was so much crazy shit going on although I. Think we shared the hurt. We were hearst there for a little while just before a closed and we shared it with the go. Go's..

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:29 min | 4 months ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on Pantheon

"I know what you meant. Yeah. Well, you look pretty handsome. GRANDPA. Your grandma. Hey you ain't clicking up on me. Are you know? Okay. I'm just going to say hi Chris Data John's girlfriend. He's not here. No, that's. Okay. So Let's talk about like Sam. Early what? About. One less thing about Jimmy. Though is that at that time he was I. Think he inflows lot of people and and you know added a different element to that You know all country movement that was happening. and. It was. It felt good. It felt good to to have those books come out but it also felt good to be able to to shine some light on people like tomatoes plenty or top Jimmy who are these. unsung heroes and kind and people that that deserved more than what they got at the time. And In La. Remembered and that's that's. A good feeling to shine some light on on other people. that. The thing that I love about your books, I would've loved the even if I wasn't in both of them is that. This is like the real shed that went on I mean, if you look at other pump books, I can't even tell you I'm sure you've noticed that except that you you're like self famous did they wouldn't like they wouldn't make assumptions about X. or miss identify people. But like I've been in a million bucks a picture of me and it says British punk nineteen, seventy, eight or unity. Or they would just get so much. I mean I I loved the attention behind. The real punt bucks but gun by people that weren't there because they loved that people are shuttle right completely into it and WANNA retro oriented but the the level of Research especially now with social media would be so much easier to conduct you know because you. Talk to the old timers snow here from. That that was one of the one of the reasons that we did it to this. and. We're lucky to get those audio books and Yeah. I mean at least it's there now and and nobody can take it away. So. They're going to be another win happening. Do you think? I we could kind of age to age out of being current you know then sweep. Late. Eighties early nineties. I. Mean No. We don't we weren't part of it. Really. For somebody else to do. Yeah would have to be. With apt to be like like then the next Gen. Indeed. But anyway you're GONNA. You'RE GONNA move forward in. An I interrupted you with top Jimmy thing. Now I think that was great i. I love talking of people eleven on people tackle. Some like I just want to hear about some of your memories of. Basque or just like some crazy stories for anyone that's not listened. I mean that's not knowing what the mask is for any listeners. Braga. See. My coffee is not even fully. So the mask was an underground club in L. run by Brendan Mullin and it was like seriously like the I only punk club in L. A. Like the one that wasn't an established legal club because the mask was totally illegal and even though you guys might notice it was in the basement of the pussycat theater appoint theater. On Hollywood Boulevard and Cherokee and. This was where all the seminal L. La punk bands played many for their first performances like the go-goes first show was there. And countless others I think Black Randy's for show is there is outrage on Yeah. Probably. Yeah I don't know there was de anyway the and so the NAS was also rehearsal space and it was right across the street from the Canterbury arms where so many people in I've seen lived and it was just like You know conveniently located on Hollywood. Boulevard. Because there was a jack in the box like three doors away what you could get. As. Man Yeah. Like I. Didn't hide you really close to. So it was. It was a win win situation. Location location. Now. It was awesome I I think the. I think the most the best show I saw there was probably the Weirdos after the Weirdos had had You know establish themselves they played a few shows and It was they were so loud and the PA could barely keep up with it but it was completely packed I mean, which is probably one hundred, fifty people. And and it just. That was one of the points at which I realized Oh there is really something going on. You know this isn't just a little bit here. You know this isn't just a bunch of renegade. Weirdos, it is actually something. This is something. So. That was that was. I remember I. Remember some somebody's spitting on scene not at that show but some other. Less attended it was. ALKA MASK The mask and I I remember that too didn't like right near or something. I don't know it's just it was we were in the audience and he turned around and spit on her and I grabbed him by the neck and walk them across the the room and and you know him up against the wall and then just let them go and he seemed to get the message. But yeah there was so much crazy shit going on though I think we shared the hurt. We were hearst there for a little while just before a close and we shared it with the go. Go's..

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on KCRW

"Said the face on the factory. Face. Debase? Are the face? We face. Shingle screaming? Factor. Actor. Back to. Petrie. Factory factory factory. I. Kim Fowley face on the factory floor from his nineteen out of Frankenstein. And that was about right rather time. I met him Sally. And it's it's not I don't know what the word is. It's it's not it's not dignified to speak ill of the dead. But Mr. Bali repelled me it was like heaven Cup of the CAC. I just he called black flag into a meeting in some some places like carpeted, walls or something. I got an idea for for you guys. You're gonna be like Dracula makeup, and you'll do this and do that. And we don't know why wasn't in charge of anything. I kind of went to the meeting because we went with the other guys, and I met Kim Fowley went. Wow. What a mover, and he was just all over us like a cheap suit with all these ideas, we walked out of there like speechless like what just happened, and he's a fascinating guy made records and was he met a ton of people. And so instantaneous brought in that tracking the song is really good. So what's your evaluation of Kim Fowley? You know, just just you know, he had a great sense of humor. I mean, a lot of songs are like there's. Yeah, they're just they're just really I mean, there's some bad ones. But there's still. Yeah. For all his like, you know, whatever he he was not an insightful person. Yeah. And there's just they're just excited there a lot of really exciting. And he was just you know, I I like how he's just from that, you know, trash era of make a fast, buck rock and roll. And it's very like, you know, some of that stuff is the best stuff, you know, that kind of era it went away. And he was one of the last guys hang out with Brendan Mullin, you know, LA music fame, and he's over at my office one time we're talking about maybe doing a book, and he had just been hanging out with Kim Fowley because they've known each other like a hundred and twenty years. I said man, I met that dude wants what a character said, man. I was with me he said, so you know, what I do in the evenings. See? No, I get. My walking cane, Mike Cape, and I walked the streets, like the vampire or something. Like that. And he said, wow, K Kim like he's just completely gone on himself. Just. Yeah. Yeah. Way out there. Yeah. He was you know, it's like a old Hollywood old Hollywood version of rock and roll, you know, because he was there in the fifties. And and he was just you know, you know, if you look at early rock and roll a little like, maybe, you know, it's like it was a way like people can make a million dollars in the majors. Didn't know what to do with it. It was like, you know, teenage garbage major labels to do. And that's why a lot of the early rock and roll labels are run by teenagers and African Americans women people who weren't part of the corporate American clubs. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of people with like bought magazine bump records. Whereas this kind of a natural thing where we love these bands. And the bump does such a great job. But it. Was way more low to the ground. And I got it for him when I met him like all right? You are the real thing street hustle. You are stone coal hustler before Kim fallacy. We heard just in love. And so I hate to do this. I'm not trying to either blow the proverbial smoker put you on the spot. But we love you on the show man and a son that we play at least once every fiscal quarter. I'm kind of obsessed to the song. I have four copies of this seven to black vinyl limited was the white vinyl from you years ago. And when I got I found on the EBay, it's it's just one of the greatest songs ever. It's a band called the felt letters. Okay. I know the two seven, and then there's this weird like three seven inch or two seven inch foldout pack. I've found on discounts years ago where there's like two felt letters songs with some Andrew w k tracks on. Another side. And those songs are good. We I lifted off the vinyl we could play them on the, but then years ago, you have them up on the internet's for a minute. And then they went away. There's more felt letters tracks. Arthur of there's a whole album, okay? You're killing me, man. Like, we try to get into put them out. Okay. Well, can you? And I like we're going to go back to the steam room after this is over and maybe like open KOMO time. Let's let's talk about this. Because that's you and Brendan Canty. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Who's amazing? He's a genius. He can play every damn instrument on the state and more. And he's such a cool, dude. He's a drummer in FU Gazi nights spring indefatigable. Yeah. He was on the last MC five where the Wayne Kramer played everybody in the world FedEx he's in. That is coming to Zebulon April seventeen right with Anna Connolly opening. So he so the two of you together in one band. So how do the filters come to be is six hundred thousand bands truck, we're about to play in a second is that own session. Or did you guys do multiple sessions? We were just you know, we were actually just we just left the tape player on. And we just because we heard that how candidate and we were just jam jam jam. And then we kind of like you edited some songs later. So yeah, there's a lot of songs actually. Okay. I three that on the inter- for a minute. And I loved him years ago. Those all Atlit. Let me ask you about this vocal because this is one of my favorite vocals of all time. How prepared was the vocal for six hundred thousand bands. It was just add like all letters were. You rhyme Robert Fricke with lips. Oh, well, I had a couple of notes posted. Free refrigerator? But basically because like your phrasing. It says so in the moment with the music. It's perfect. Thank you. You're very welcome. You gotta just you guys kind of stood up and did it. Yeah. Yeah. But there's hours of you know, stuff. That's not as good. Yeah. Okay. Fair enough. But this is really good..

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thousand and the. First black now live from the final four in Minneapolis. Minnesota will continue breaking down on the final four coming up in moments. But first we must get an update from walkie and Jesse Rogers covering the cubs in the brewers Jesse SE guy con from bad to worse. Eight nothing no walkie league that they bat in the bottom of the third inning escort through in the first four in the second two more here in the third on fact to back home runs by Varez and grand del Jose cantata just look off on the mon- right now. He's walked and given a bit the pitcher Brandon Woodrow he'd given up a three run home run to Ryan Braun eleven pitch doubled to Christian yelich and you'll manage leaving him out there at this point down eight nothing. Nothing going right for them. They made an error center field for the second consecutive day. They've had interference ball and they're doing very little at the play quick by bright out. Biased yearly kicked out for throwing his helmet. That'll be fine for that. That could not get out of the third with a double play ball. But might be late eight nothing from tobacco before back. So that MRs Lincoln how was the play. Wow. That's incredible. Jesse Rogers in Milwaukee. I he'll be on Murphy fried in the morning breaking down that one. And we'll talk about it at noon when we take over as we preview the final four, but we'll obviously tomorrow morning have to start with the Chicago Cubs and noon is not morning. I understand that. But when we start after brunch. Yeah. I mean, we're going to have to address the Chicago Cubs Crispell economic dollar here at the final four. Westwood one's NCAA final four radio row has been brought to you by navy Federal Credit Union at the navy Federal Credit Union. We probably served armed forces DOD veterans and their families are members are the mission insured by the NC UA. So adamant I have been here all day on radio row, and we've got a chance. To talk with a lot of different coaches coming in and going around on radio row and promoting the programs one of our favorites. From today was Brian moans last year. He was at the final four with loyal. He was in assistant coach for porter Moser at loyalists. We got to be there as an assistant with all the experience there, Brian Mullins. And now, Brendan Mullin's who used to be at UIC are teaming up as a coaching duo at southern Illinois, Brennan, moons and Brian moans. Brian moans is now the new head coach at southern Illinois. He joined the show earlier today, and he talked about what he took from porter Moser as he prepared to take over his own program. It's been unbelievable. To be able to be with them one lie all moved into the Missouri valley conference, and.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on KTRH

"To get resources. If you just go to IBM dots. Syracuse dot EDU. You can actually look at a program and see, you know, down to win you separated, you know, where you're at what type of program we're looking for and what type of kind of where you're at with your business, then all sorts of programs. We have an entire enrollment team back in Syracuse who really gets on the phone with veterans, and it's not just entrepreneurship we have career prep and transition that offers free certifications for veterans, and we haven't a community focus as well. So and something where they don't have to physically be president Syracuse. I mean, we are we are a long way from Syracuse right now. Right. Yeah. No. We don't we don't force people to go up to the frozen tundra. We do we do have plenty of online programs, and like I said we actually have employees almost half. Our staff is actually on installations around the country. That's interesting, and that's a lot more extensive than I was aware of gimme the website. One more time that you can find a set. IB math dot Syracuse dot EDU. And we're gonna have that linked right here from Texas business radio dot com. If you're driving a can't take notes, that's a that's a mouthful, but I've dot Syracuse dot EDU going back to the conference the conference started win. So the conference actually starts on Thursday with our vet source program where we actually have fortune five hundred companies that are coming out on they're interested in having more veteran owned businesses and their supply chain. So we're making that connection on Thursday. And then we roll into the learning tracks on Friday. So we're kicking off. We have an all star line-up we have Matt Griffin combat flip-flop shark tank along coming in local some local guys Joe cops. Are Chris Sean Joe Ross in fifty honorary Brendan Mullin. They're all, you know, local Austin area. And then we have Dave Silverman used to be with the crystal group. We have Jack Jacobs medal of honor recipient. It's well stocked. Kelly the former astronaut so we have a lot of folks rolling out. Obviously, you know, that kind of lineup is because of the the audience that they're speaking to. So there. Are ready to invest just as heavily? Well, and we're going to have details on when and where and everything else right here on a website as well. But it is in Austin going on right now. So talk to me a little bit about the list itself. What kind of companies are actually on the list or these startups are these mature companies? You know, give me give me a flavor for what that looks like. Yeah. So what the fight thousand unless they actually have to be in line with the five thousand less. So they are all at least three years old. And then they had a minimum that they had to hit three years ago. And then they've grown up from there. So we have seen companies that have I mean, thousands of percentage growth points. But that's really what we're looking. To celebrate our these companies that are out there, the growing we want to bring them together get together with like minded other veterans and kinda get that inspiration out there. So Incas partnering with us, and obviously extending their dedication to. That's as well on. Why we can't be more excited? Well, we and we're excited as well. I mean, like I said we have a soft spot in our heart for veterans. You know, we we're big proponents of Rice University has a veteran's business battle business plan competition that we're always a part of. So it's a absolute pleasure to learn of this. And the the institute I think it's important for all, you know, Texas entrepreneurs if you're veterans take advantage of what you have available. Go check it out take look at their programming and see if there's something that could help because like we talked about this isn't easy, right? Yep. Yep. And we actually have a program to write down the road at a Texas A&_M. So you know, where we're right in your backyard as well. So yeah, no doubt. Give us the website. One. More time Ivy met dot Syracuse dot EDU. Alright IBM dot Syracuse dot EDU. And we will actually be there a planning on heading Austin as well. And we will we will see you guys at the show. Wanna thank you very much for joining us. We have misty stuff's worth director of entrepreneurship and small business at the institute for veterans and military families at.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"It's not traditionally these be absolutely. And neither is convergence. So it's only impacting basement hybrids up in this building locked you think so so folks this and we're going to have to leave it here. I want to thank you both won last time. I mean, how do we get all that in incredible? Thank you so much for your views, first of all one half of the founding management team and such a capital ru she'll Vaa your homie. Brendan you guys co co MD's in a in a pretty functional relationship that you know, you guys should get a prize. Just for that, Brendan Mullin, of course, being the other hobbies capital to you. But thank you for being here. Thank you, really. And then, of course grant the found NCO, Phil tick consulting. Of course, in partnership with convergence partners and Stockdale streets Oppenheimer family for letting you into their glow episode going on a pretty solid, you know. Yeah, they track record speaks for itself will leave a thin, certainly. But thank you so much for being here grown ups absolute peyser guys. Thanks very much for your time for sure so one thing left to thank you audience shooting in. We love you, FAM you are. And we'd love to hear from you. If you have any thoughts on any of the topics that we've touched on episode, you know, to do folks you can find some Potanin STA Graham at African roundup can find some Facebook Facebook dot com slash African take roundup. Yes, we had captured we have to be on Facebook. And of course, Trump is an Email enough to hear from us. Trump's voice voice on my Email. Hello at African take Ramadan HAMAs. We can do that. Otherwise, nothing left else to say except take it easy Africa..

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To ten. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. It's morning. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee the stories we're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Senators have scheduled public testimony for supreme court nominee Brett, Kevin Kavanagh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault. A confirmation vote has been postponed after until after that hearing on Monday and Julie Chen who is married to former CBS CEO less moonville looks like she's leaving the network's daytime talk show. The talk Chen's been off the toxins last week after her husband resigned over sexual misconduct claims CNN reports ten will announce her exit today with a videotaped message on the talk Chen is also a co host on the CBS show big brother, which ends it's season next week. We're just minutes away from handle on the news. But right now, we say good morning to ABC's. Jim Ryan who is still in Wilmington, North Carolina. Jim anything better than when we talked to you yesterday. It sounded like you guys were still on a virtual island. It seems as though some of the roads would be cleared away. The water is subsiding somewhat and that should make it easier to get supplies. Evil out still though, those who evacuated from this year, you are being urged not to come back. Just yet. There are still plenty of risks industry. They lots of debris and lots of power outage. You probably hear the rumble of the generative is how most people are getting like Christie in this community. There are crews out working trying to restore power still out for vast stretches of this area. We're talking about airlifting food and water ended. They have to do that for some people. Well, they haven't some of the remote areas of the state those rural areas that are kind of cut off at this point by the rising waters, finish there'd be rivers aren't going to subside. They're not gonna receive anytime soon because you've got one off. Now, the rain continued after the storm moves inland as a tropical depression is still dumping huge amounts of rain yesterday. That's running off into the streets. The streams and creeks and then into the rivers. So the rivers aren't going to crest for another day or two in some cases. Somebody at the national weather service looked at radar. They put pencil to paper, and they figured out that more than eight trillion. Gallons of water fell on North Carolina alone last Thursday when the storm is approaching until last night when the rain finally moved out, you can't even fathom that. Okay. So now what about the the death toll overall? I had heard it at thirty two as of earlier this morning is that still the case. Yes, that's that's still. Some of those fatalities are likely to be added in later today. Some people who are not yet confirmed as being the direct result of the storm other people, unfortunately, as they get out they they start repairing their property star, electrocution hazards, there are all sorts of issues, car rights and different things associated with it. So unfortunately, thirty to thirty four might not be more sloughed off. Okay. And as far as the people who were evacuated from their homes, if these rivers aren't gonna crest for another forty eight hours or something like that. I used to them that they're being told you still can't come. Home. You've got to stay away. Yeah. Exactly. A Wilmington may not be in such danger. But it became through weather river slows to the west side of this community. But it goes up north bench. And those northern stretches of the river are the ones that are looking at the extreme flooding risk and people are being told that much either you stay on the east side of the river on the west side of the river. Big you better choose aside now because once the river crest, you're not going to be able to get to the other side. All right, Jim, thank you so much. I appreciate the update. So scary this KFI K O S T HD two Los Angeles in this morning. If you've ever had a neighbor who had a pesky dog who kept coming into your guard and left you a little present. We've all had that dog. Anyway, there's a woman who decided to get a little bit of revenge to the point of she took the dog poop that was on her lawn. Picked it up in a bag. She just got fed up with the neighbor's dog doing it on her lawn over and over again took the bag filled with. Dogs little gift and were rubbed. It all over her neighbor's doorknob and says she is not this is one of those hashtag sorry. Not sorry moments. Disturbing act of revenge is caught on camera in Michigan where a woman smeared dog faces on her neighbors front door. That's after Brendan Mullin says her neighbors dogs kept going in her yard. But the dog's owner says Mullins never even mentioned the problem to them. Instead, she took matters into our own hands. And she isn't denying it either saying after seeing the dogs in her yard again, it was the last straw. Listen to this woman that I took it on her Donau. You didn't want to clean it up. Here. You're clean up there. I don't want to be eventually. But. And if you wanna see more of the video it's on handles page kfiam640.com, keyword handle. It's traffic.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ten KFI. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. It's a Tuesday morning. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee and the stories we're watching the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Senators have scheduled public testimony for supreme court nominee Brett, Kevin Kavanagh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault. A confirmation vote has been postponed aft until after that hearing on Monday and Julie Chen who is married to former CBS CEO, les Moonves says looks like she's leaving the network's daytime talk show the talk Chen's been off the toxins last week after her husband resigned over sexual misconduct claims CNN reports Chen will announce her exit today with a videotaped message on the talk Chen is also co host on the CBS show big brother, which ends it's season next week. We're just minutes away from handle on the news. But right now, we say good morning to ABC's. Jim Ryan who is still in Wilmington, North Carolina. Jim anything better than when we talked to you yesterday. It sounded like you guys were still on a virtual island. Some of the roads would be cleared away. The water is subsiding somewhat in that should make it easier to get supplies in evil. Out still though, those who evacuated from this year, you're being urged not to come back to get. There are still plenty of risks industry. They bre- lots of debris and watch a power outage. You probably hear the rumble of generative. Hi, ni is how most people are getting like Christie community. There are crews out working trying to restore power backstage still out for vast stretches of this area. They were talking about airlifting food and water into they have to do that for some people having some of the remote areas of the state those rural areas that are kind of cut off at this point by the rising waters, finish there'd be rivers aren't going to subside. They're not gonna receive anytime soon because you've got one off. Now, the rain continued after the storm moves inland as a tropical depression is still dumping huge amounts of rain yesterday. Instead that's running off into the streets. The streams and creeks and then into the rivers. So the rivers aren't going to crest for another day or two in some cases. Somebody at the national weather service looked at radar. They put pencil to paper, and they figured out that more than eight trillion. Gallons of water fell on North Carolina alone last Thursday. Approaching until last night when the rain finally moved out, you can't even fathom that. Okay. So now what about the death toll overall? I had heard it at thirty two. As of earlier this morning is that still the case. Yes. That's that's still some of those of holidays are likely to be added in later today. Some people who whose dads are not yet confirmed as being the direct result of the storm other people, unfortunately, as they get out they they start to repairing their property star, electrocution hazards, there are all sorts of issues, car rights and different things associated with it. So unfortunately, thirty to thirty four might not be more sloughed off. Okay. And as far as the people who were evacuated from their homes, if these rivers aren't going to crest for another forty eight hours or something like that. I used to that. They're being told you still can't come home. You've got to stay away. Yeah. Exactly. A Wilmington may not be in such danger. But the river slows to the west side of this unity, but it goes up north then and those northern stretches of the river are the ones that are looking at the extreme flooding risk and people are being told that much either you stay on the east side of the river on the west side of the river. But you better choose aside. Now. Because once the river crest, you're not gonna be able to get to the other side. All right, Jim. Thank you so much. I appreciate the update. Still so scary KFI K O S T HD two Los Angeles in this morning. If you've ever had a neighbor who had a pesky dog who kept coming into your guard and left you a little present. We've all had that dog. Anyway, there's a woman who decided to get a little bit of revenge to the point of she took the dog poop that was on her lawn. Picked it up in a bag. She just got fed up with the neighbor's dog doing it on her lawn over and over again took the bag filled with the dogs little gift and were rubbed. It all over her neighbor's doorknob and says she is not this is one of those hashtag sorry. Not sorry moments. Disturbing act of revenge is caught on camera in Michigan where a woman smeared Dong faces on her neighbors front door. That's after Brendan Mullin says her neighbors dogs kept going in her yard. But the dog's owner says Mullins never even mentioned the problem to them. Instead, she took matters into our own hands. And she isn't denying it either saying after seeing the dogs in her yard again, it was the last straw was into this. I took it on her Donau. You clean it up here. You're clean up there. I don't want to be a vigilante, but. Yeah. I had to do what I did. And if you wanna see more of the video it's on handles page kfiam640.com, keyword handle. It's traffic.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"But none of them were good movies, and then it's just a bunch of crap, the prince vice extraction, precious cargo marauders I kill straits. Yeah, these are all VOD. Titles. So it's funny all the jokes on that roast. Like, oh, Bruce Willis, like I when when I go shopping for DVD's at the gas station, I see you all the time like that actually hit a little too close to home. Yeah. Well, Roka's not the only comedian here in the office because apparently whoever's moderating the chat room has some good lines about this collider videos as energetic right now, said ten minutes. Gone is about how much time movie movie pass has left business. That's pretty pretty good line to rookie. Got some competition there. We've onto our next story and that is that legendary is gonna be closing a dealer. I guess they just did close the deal. What time is it? Ford fifty? Yeah, they closed the deal on a bad day for the cut filmmakers, Chris Ball and Brendan Mullin. This is their new movie. It's an untitled superhero host project, but not in the way that you're thinking. It's actually lifetime criminals decide that it's a good idea to break into a super heroes layer and rob them and. Then try to get out alive and things as you might guess. Don't necessarily go according to plan, just not. This has to be a comedy. I know that the bed for the coat was it was a crime drama that's classification. Got some nice reviews. There has to be some comedy in this one. If you're robbing a superheroes layer, I don't know because part of the, I guess, thought it felt like home alone a little bit like we don't know how old the superhero is. What if what if it's like an imagine a superhero origin story and it's like a teen boy. It's like maybe it's like home alone where it's like this teen superhero. Has these two thieves break into his house, but no, I'm getting the vibe that it is darker. I'm picturing don't breathe type situation. So I again, I have to read the script. I don't know what the tone is like, but just from the log line, which I think is awesome. By the way it's an awesome clever twists on the superhero movie. It skews Dirk to me. Yeah, I didn't. Well, the movie handcock, but I really wanted to because just a diff-. Totally different. Take on what we envisioned superheroes to be. So it sounds like it could be in. That vein, which also handcock had some elements of drama obviously action, but there was comedy in there to Roka. Yeah. Would you approach? I think I'd approach like Shane, black approach, kiss Hispanic bang and the nice guys, you have the stakes, the seriousness of what's going on, but there's still moments of humor that are very funny and on point and put that full word. And so to me, that's what it would. That's the vibe that I would wanna see from this because there has to be comedy in this whole situation because if you go, if you go dark with superiors, it would just be weird because you don't want to cheer against superheroes and these guys are criminals. Why should I feel for criminals who are trying to break into a superheroes layer, it should be very funny and not very should have funny moments a with combined with actual moments of terror because these are superheroes, and if these dudes breaking in or whoever it is breaking in our regular people with no powers, then it's fun to explore how they can get out of these situations. You know is the superhero, like a bit of a dick. Yeah, that's failing mega mind thing with them or is he actually really trying to like, hurt them in and get revenge so well, put you on the spot of me. If I hear where a superhero resides. My first thought is always the fortress of solitude, right? Superman, tough place to break into getting get there first. And then second super here I think, is Batman and where Bruce Wayne lives now nobody knows. Most people don't know that Batman is Bruce Wayne shockingly. But if you knew that that was Wayne manor and you break in now, it would be a funny twist in a ban universe that they're just trying to rob Bruce Wayne because he's a rich guy, and then they end up getting into the back suit like. This is the guy we are already caught on. Is there a superhero you guys can think of and rose putting you on the spot a little bit that you think would be a pretty easy break in and breakout situation? Whatever here would you find the easiest to rob? Well, I mean, I just go back to that the Justice league with the flash that scene where Ben Affleck's bandages waiting for him right in his layer, it would kind of be funny to see these guys breaking into the flash layer and then the flash just like kind of messes with them for a couple of hours. Okay. Like that, Roca guy. I don't know if I have an answer, maybe deadpool's place because he's always out of that on staff deadpool would be easy to. It seems like because he's always like out of the out handling stuff all over town. He was, but I was also thinking of the x. men there. They're mansion what if you don't know them unions are being trained in that mansion and you bring into the mansion and then all of a sudden you're all these different rooms and you fall into the danger room where they train that kind of stuff. You'd be like all volved who'll. Tool. I worry about professor x being home because I, I don't hate Jodi of robbing the school for gifted students, but you gotta wait, you gotta know that they're that they're teaching. Kids were mutants there and that's fine. And then you just kind of wait in the bushes until like you see the ship blast off like, oh, I'm going to bet that wolverine and Frank lops and storm. And all your starters are on the ship going to fight something. So now I can break in with all these kids. They don't really know their own abilities yet, but I don't recommend it personally take shot if you want to. All right. Well, we have one more story. Then we're going to take you live Twitter questions. Go and start tweeting us right now at collider video and use the hashtag collider movie talker. Story involves a movie that has really caught fire of late at the box office, at least in regards to its budget and release, and that would be eighth grade. It's movie made by comedian Bo Burnham these very funny comic and this is direct toil debut and it's about you guessed that eighth grade. Here's where it gets interesting. Is that eight, twenty four. The company that put the are rated movie. Is offering a one day free ability for eighth graders to come see the movie in theaters because obviously they're not allowed to go see an r. rated movie, but I guess eight, twenty four feels like students deserve to go see it as they're going through these things every day. Maybe I should go get to sit. The move is apparently rated r for strong language. Haven't seen it. I'm going to try to see it tonight. I really want to review it for all that good stuff. Both of these gentlemen have seen it. So for anybody asking at home of your eighth grade and watch this the way that you can get tickets to one of these screenings, it's on Wednesday, August eight, and you can RSVP using the Email address info at a twenty four films dot com. Or you can contact your local theater, but does anybody really do that like you're gonna ask an usher concession for? Are they going to know? I was concession person. I knew nothing. I didn't even. I didn't know how to get tickets for the movies that we were showing you were on a need to know basis. I guess not. I knew that a snake Pushkin from escape from LA was still on the popcorn bag a year later, it's working though. Thank you. The cinema shall remain nameless. John Rocca, Jeff Snyder. This movie need to be rated r. well, look, it's technically rated r. because of the rules. You have one too many f words. It's radar how it works. South park did a great job destroying this argument in their film bigger longer uncut which I thought was brilliant. But this are the rules. So should it be rated r. yes by the rules, but not really because the content within it is very universal and powerful statement about body shaming and body. This morpheus and what we all go through. Like I was a fat kid. I am. I was fact that growing up and I still to this day trouble taking off my shirt at the beach embarrassed of how I look, it's no lie. I don't mind admitting that fact get to. Yeah. So you get it champion that moment where you wear the shirt? Oh, yeah. When you're swimming in the pool? Yeah. Flip it out so that doesn't look like it's sticking to your stomach. So I get it. And so seeing those scenes play out in this movie and she goes through and everything like that and trying to find connection and all of that it works. I think for kids, you have to make it accessible these kids so they can see themselves on screen and maybe somebody whose bullying bullying somebody else goes, you know, maybe I should stop doing that. Maybe I can like try to understand this person because we want to just kind of objectify people in a certain way. And actually there's another way to approach this. So maybe people get moved by this or people who are going through this feel some kind of solace in watching the move. I've always been ridiculously good looking. To this movie at all. I saw this movie at Sundance. I had no idea what I was sitting down to watch and I loved it. I remember thinking Bo Burnham the comedian made a movie, like really is this going to be good? Who's Elsie Fisher never heard of her. I really, I always liked to Josh Hamilton, but this movie's delightful. It's definitely one of the best movies I've seen all year. I think that every eighth grader should see it. I think if you're the parent of a middle schooler, you should allow your child to attend the screening. You know, as far as the r. rating of it all? Yeah. Again, there are multiple f words to me. The reason that it's rated r. besides the language that there is one scene that is very intense and it's funny. I p people recalled like eight, twenty four hooked up heart monitors to people who are watching hereditary. And if you hooked up that heart monitor to people watching eighth grade during that scene, I remember my heart was beating a mile a minute. 'cause you're so worried about what is going to happen to this girl when she's putting a kind of uncomfortable situation. So I think that you know, maybe it's not for thirteen. Year olds, but it's for fifteen sixteen year olds who are still underneath that are rated threshold. I just think this is a great thing for eight, twenty four to team up with eaters to to have this kind of event because yeah, the more people who see this movie, the better market, something here, the geriatric nature of these people who are judging are like, are they talking to kids nowadays, kids nowadays, thirteen? Fourteen fifteen. They're way more. It's Gossen in the Cussing and in the sexual situations than we were generational. The generation internet grown up on the stuff so yet it's already, but they already know about this stuff. So to me, I think you have to just that kind of stuff rating system has to adjust to the situation. I think the reason the reasoning started, I think you're right. So you think that there should be like no movie rating. Could be adjusted. Okay. How old is too young to see stuff? Because I understand why the ratings in place, and I don't always defend the ratings that movies get. I think that you could be a little looser totally with the f. bomb role, I think I think it's kind of ridiculous to to have a movie that comes up because it's got four f. bombs instead of to be rated r.. The converse or the interest that argument is that I also think that you as a filmmaker writer can be clever enough to be able to have a movie that comes out that still gets your point across with two bombs instead of four f bombs. And that's one of the reasons why, because like the afterthoughts guys, Ryan j would you can check out the podcast on the movie, talk network. They were. They were having this conversation about movie, talk like, why does an it's not that I curse a lot in my regular life, but I also feel like if you're on camera doing a show for the world for the internet, there's every parent has the individual decision to make as the what I'm going to expose my kids too. So I don't. I don't think that it's worthwhile to be like, hey, all of these twelve year olds that are fans of us or wanna watch movie talk, but parents won't let them because we cut too much. I think that that is that's the bigger crime. Then me saying, hey, have a clever enough argument to where you don't need to use filthy language. I think it's very easy to do. You're totally fucking right. Mark. Why are you calling filthy language? Because I get ninety. We have a full term that people accept him. We can have a philosophical discussion about whether it's filthy nuts word that we use to convey motion. Okay. I'm just saying these kinds of things that we turn them into our heads as filthy language. They may not be filthy language at all. We have prescription society. We have said, this is filthy. This is not filthy right? You can say effing, you can't say. Well, I mean, like Demi I'm, I'm going to deconstruct society complete to me. It's just this kind of thing like this is an important for them to be watched, and I think it should have been PG thirteen regardless of the f. bonds or the tough seeing Jeff reference, which is absolutely true because it's more important that and I think that's where there needs to be a sliding scale of case by case example, you're putting it on the artist. And yeah, I'm putting it on the people who men who are responsible for the entire thing, and I think their judgment should be a little more lenient or understanding because they're in charge of the whole thing. An artist should be allowed to express themselves and then

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I flames men's basketball coach steve mcclay has a physical presence in in moves really well he got a good skill level he can shoot it he he has a good feel for the games just watching him workout and in tell there's a high basketball is you and and no he is upside is unbelievable when you think about what he could be two or three years from now state men's assistant basketball coach brendan mullin's just a little more of your your your true big man so the thoughts there let's go to commissioner with the cavs pick draft the cleveland cavaliers select collins sexton.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

NVus Alien Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

"Absolutely so much more how did you get into ponca i mean what what you there i know you said swire that it was because you you had an opinion and he wanted to really out there but um carl lidbom or your back or a friend of mine be who has passed away he risks and pieces do this is bob site of a the san francisco artist he was famous four posters that you all saw back in the days of the serb francisco um music scene would it first guarded you back when there is still the grateful dead than uh who in all the bans that we're famous from that movement janice job losing only let roberts item in the pictures of all of them his picture janice was worldfamous uh his picture james girlie from big brother in the holding company with the feather was world finished talking about yeah so he he was moving to los angeles when i was living in los angeles before fear started and said that he had gone out to the show and he saw all these kids with really short haircuts sagging into each other do with this thing that you couldn't tell what kind of dance it was but it was a lot of guys passion each other in the faced with elbows and and that i host see this and there was this club in hollywood cold mask run by another guy who's passed away brendan mullin who was very famous had there been no brendan mullin there would have been no punk rock seed in los angeles he had a club called the mask i went down there to hear it i brought my wife with me my wife and we stood there and watched couple of shows and we're think we're much other two music was terrible those it was who weekly attended and i said well what the hell bob said we should go listen to this stuff maybe we ought to give it one more listening we'll go again so i had seen it onto weeknights prior to that then i way ruled a weekend night and they had a bill of bans uh the weirdos and.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on WTMA

"Way home and here's more of the news shelby talking about on twelve vew t m a and wtma dot com good morning i'm cheri bernardi it is 602 during yesterday's charleston county school board meeting the board discuss school safety among other things might there soon be metal detectors installed in all county schools well the posting career reports the reason estimates put the price tag on such a plan fourteen point four million dollars and then up to ninety eight million a year to employ safety staff at those school checkpoints it is an option that that's currently under consideration big rally as to happen today in colombia on the state house steps reinforcing the view that uh water residents do not want to see any energy exploration nor drilling off south carolina's coastline also today a federal panel will be at the state house for a meeting on the issue of a coastal conservation league is taking concern residents to colombia by a bus this morning other communities along our coasts to also busing in residents to attend that rally the concerns of that exploration and drilling would hurt the creatures under the sea and that and energy accident could ruin our sure and kill off our tourism today is an election day in mount pleasant and on the isle of palms on the iopc voters are deciding between sandy ferdinand's and wendy kelly the winner will fill the city council see that was vacated by now mere jamie carol any mount pleasant the contest is between kevin canadian and john mahoney the winner will take the town council seat that was will haley's before he was elected the mayor of mount pleasant polls are open seven to seven today a couple of mount pleasant residents are in charleston county jail police received a call of shots fired in the fourteen hundred block of highway seventeen north yesterday morning shortly before eight a m the standoff in colluded police and stand swat teams on the scene cedi burnett was released from the home and then at one thirty yesterday afternoon brendan mullin's came out both burnett and mullins now are charged with firstdegree criminal domestic violence mullins also facing a charge of resisting arrest with a deadly weapon both were taken to the county jail is not know what prom to their little spat charleston county school district has recently purchased 38 acres of.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on Super Station 101

"It be gobert and it really use i mean when you have police departments come out if they will do uh protocol and are already people and doing it at the same time they can't you prosecuted uh that's a problem that's a that's a big crowd right ryan grim ended now for me i've moved past the the whole take anything and i think that we as a country is are talking about what can we do to fix it instead of talking about oh who's taken they news nine it was evaluate integrative they were banned it right well it all out at world was the blamed and nathan to abort the how our conversation about their martin luther king put an level what the farmer had china barbara hale who so the nation could see ballot yellow the government against black people in the nation one athena linda will about now if you if you saying black people all automation their martin luther king satellite it was a lotta people the model cain that will play it will let that didn't didn't agree with the way he was gone about alone because they felt like putin people in homes away he'll fair brendan mullin moment my one question though what do you think caught him is pretty funny ironically how this works out all these players taken the knees and everything but when calling cabinet was doing last year seemed nike i mean people were so against it and and owners what do you think governing things by the because when i saw the cover of sports illustrated that's all steph curry lebron james steve kerr girl the poison wb in our name another the bigger fan the wba but like all but but but i think we show candor smarter was against berger of the i don't know but anyway were we will uh the site before a san francisco it fire win on on cabinet was there right but like don't you think long reached out to out there and and they they had a calmer safin about i was like liu away fall without without he thought it if not even about it.

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"brendan mullin" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"brendan mullin" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

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