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Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:37 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Yours is the best because you're the only national security official who served from day one to the last day for secretaries of defense for national security advisers for chiefs of staff. Is that a recommended operating procedure, mister secretary? Do you mean in terms of turnover? Yeah. That is, that is suboptimal to be diplomatic. I've retained some of my diplomatic skills, I suppose. No, you really want to make sure you get the right team on the field from day one as best you can. Doesn't always work that way. But that transition, every time there was a transition to acting Secretary of Defense or a confirmed Secretary of Defense or as we switched out national security advisers, it meant a lot of relearning a lot of tracking back through ground that we had already covered different ideas. Maybe that's good. But my recommendation, it preferred solution would be to find the right team as early as you can. Get them on the field and then drive as hard as you can towards your objectives. It is, I was a Secretary of State for a thousand days you. I needed another thousand to complete the mission set. Yeah, the CIA comes across as much more readable than the State Department. When I put down never given inch and I know, I don't know that anyone else served in both capacities. I can't remember anyone else, but the CIA seems so mission directed in secret that you could work your will on it with three political appointees, but the State Department, my God, I don't know that anyone is ever going to change it. Do you think it's possible? You know, I brought in the 7 organizations, maybe 8, depending on how you count them, starting as the assistant manager at Baskin Robbins, I frankly, I think I left most of them better than I found them, but the State Department is a beast. Three unions, civil service rules, you got it. You got to go fix that. It was a thousand days of pushing back against the machine that had its own vision for how foreign policy ought to be run. It's not that there weren't some good people there. They're absolutely were. There were some folks who were on the team. But that bureaucracy must be brought to heal. It has to do what the president asks it to do. I don't want it to be conservative. I don't want it to be liberal. I wanted to respond to the president of the United States and his duly confirmed Secretary of State. And it doesn't. You're right, different cattle fish at the Central Intelligence Agency. It was an organization that said, yes, sir boss got it. You want to go, you want to go around the left tackle. Here we go. And it made it a much more functional, much more efficient. And on behalf of the American people, a much more effective institution. Let me start with a newsmaker and never give an inch. At the CIA, when you took office, you immediately began to look into the Russia report that was used to ambush Donald Trump on the 1st January 6th, which you write, January 6th, 2017, is the 1st January 6th. That's when Comey Brennan and clapper plus you not knowing what was in the document because you hadn't been confirmed, basically sabotaged the next four years. And you did an after action deep dive at the CIA. Would you tell people what you discovered about the intelligence community Russia report that became the Russia Russia, Russia hoax?.

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Russia, Russia, Russia

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:08 min | 3 d ago

Russia, Russia, Russia

"Let me start with a newsmaker and never give an inch. At the CIA, when you took office, you immediately began to look into the Russia report that was used ambush Donald Trump on the 1st January 6th, which you write January 6th, 2017, is the 1st January 6th. That's when Comey Brennan and clapper plus you not knowing what was in the document because you hadn't been confirmed, basically sabotaged the next four years. And you did an after action deep dive at the CIA. Would you tell people what you discovered about the intelligence community, Russia report that became the Russia Russia, Russia hoax? I was asked to go to Trump Tower on January 6th, 2017 for what may have been one of the most remarkable meetings. I was still just a back bench congressman from Kansas awaiting my confirmation process. And there you have director Comey, Heather FBI director Brennan head of the CIA and Jim clapper, the head of the DNI. Basically tell the president he's a Russian asset. They've got this document that became known as the Russia ICA. It was the foundational document that Adam Schiff used to lie to the American people about the Russian oaks, the fact that our administration was cuddly to Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump was a Russian asset. It was false. It was based upon a series of lies about this Steele dossier that was later used in the fisa courts. And I now can see they were convinced that they were telling the president something they knew had no foundation. And I saw it. So when I got to say, hey, not quite on day one, but very quickly. I gathered the team that had done this work. It was actually some really talented analysts, but they had gone around the most senior leadership in the analytic department two of the three most senior leaders there who came to me and said, basically, we were xed out. We were crossed out of the process. Director Brennan went around us. And I came to learn that director Brennan knew that the Steele dossier wasn't worthy of inclusion in the ICA. He kind of went back and forth. It ultimately ends up in a footnote of the ICA. That was the compromise, but of course we know Hugh. We know the history. That becomes the foundational document upon which a president was impeached and

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Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Ensure that there were no classified materials that left The White House. Face the nation's Margaret Brennan spoke to the chair and vice chair of the Senate intelligence committee, who are pushing intelligence officials for more information across the board about the sensitive papers that have been found. The notion that we're going to be left in limbo and we can't do our job, that just can not stand. If in fact those documents were very sensitive, materials were sensitive, then the intelligence agencies are tasked with the job of coming up with ways to mitigate that. In pence's case, part of the explanation from one source is that Trump discouraged aids from admitting defeat and preparing to move out. So pence's aides didn't begin packing until after the capitol attack. Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton now a critic says the process of dealing with classified records at the end of an administration has concerning gaps. The transition out process for presidents and vice presidents is obviously flawed That CBS chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa with that report. Following days of speculation, President Biden this morning is now confirming he will soon have a new chief of staff. The president announcing that Jeff zaitz will be taking over for Ron klain. The administration's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He's also cofounder of the popular local bagel chain, call your mother. Sports is on the way as we get ready for championship weekend in the NFL. Ten 43. The NFL conference championships are this Sunday, believe it or not, and you can enjoy more thrills than a two minute drill on FanDuel. This is George Wallace, and it doesn't matter if you're new to FanDuel or already have an account because they're giving all customers they know sweat, same game parlay. That means you'll get free bets back if

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Rep. Nancy Mace: Calling out Matt Gaetz, Freedom Caucus

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Nancy Mace: Calling out Matt Gaetz, Freedom Caucus

"Hear Nancy mace over the weekend? I mean, this woman is infuriating, she's out of the Charleston area of South Carolina, you know, so I guess there's a, you know, some real liberal creatures in swamp creatures out of Charleston. Listen to Nancy mace, here's cut number, I guess it's 17. Listen to Nancy mace on CBS yesterday morning with Margaret Brennan. The speaker has reportedly given the freedom caucus that ultra conservative faction, a third of the seeds on the powerful rules committee, which controls which bills make it to the floor. You've called Matt Gaetz, one of its members, a political D lister, and a fraud. You've sparred with Marjorie Taylor Greene. I'll show our viewers part of that and let them interpret your meanings. How are you going to work with these folks to get anything done for the American people? It's going to be very difficult. Matt Gaetz is a fraud. Every time you voted against Kevin McCarthy last week, he sent out a fundraising email. What you saw last week was a constitutional process diminished by those kinds of political actions. I don't support that kind of behavior. I am very concerned as someone who represents a lot of centrists, a lot of independence I have as many independents and Democrats as I have Republicans in my district. I have to represent everybody. I am concerned that common sense legislation will not get through to get a vote on the floor.

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Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"City of Memphis is bracing for release of body cam video later today, allegedly showing police, beating a driver who died three days after a traffic stop. Family and friends of Tyree Nichols gathered Thursday for a candlelight vigil at the skate park that he loved. Tyrese mother roban wells with a message for those who will view the video that she calls horrific. While each and every one of you to protest and peace, I don't want this burning up our city. A heavy police presence is expected all over Memphis Shelby county sheriff Floyd bonner. We're not preparing for things to get balanced because we're not hoping that things get violent. Sure, we have to do some preparation. Chris Fox for CBS News, Memphis. Officials in San Francisco are expected to release body cam footage today of the hammer attack on former House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, prosecutors, wanted it kept secret. Paul Pelosi was asleep and the couple's bedroom when an intruder broke in, the suspect, David de papp pleaded not guilty to attempted murder. This is sentencing day for another January 6th rioter. 33 year old Julian cater pleaded guilty to using a chemical spray on capitol police officer Brian sicknick, just hours before the officer died. Sicknick's family believes caters primarily responsible for his death and is urging the judge to give him a harsh sentence. Prosecutors are asking for more than 7 years. Many capital police officers will be attending the sentencing today. Stacy Lynn, CBS News, Washington. The national archives is asking all former presidents and vice presidents to double check their files for sensitive material. Face the nation's Margaret Brennan spoke with Senate intelligence committee, vice chair Marco Rubio, who's pushing for more information about the documents already discovered. I don't know how congressional oversight on the documents actually knowing what they are in any way impedes an investigation. These are probably materials we already have access to. We just don't know which ones they are. In Southern California, the Santa Ana winds were so powerful. They flipped this man's big rig in Ontario. We were all

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J6 Committee Abandons Efforts to Subpoena Phone Records

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

J6 Committee Abandons Efforts to Subpoena Phone Records

"Out by accident online. Let's put the headline up from the fake news outlet that is CNN. January 6th, committee winds down and is abandoning its efforts to subpoena phone records before the week before Christmas a year ago. I arrived home with a little FedEx envelope from Verizon saying Nancy wants your phone records and your why phone records and your children's phone records and we're going to give them. I filed an injunction 12 months later, they've dropped it. Nancy's given up. What's going on guys? They are worried about the same tactics being used against them. They know that this is the beginning of the anti ship anti Pelosi tactics. And I hope the Republicans have the cojones to do what the Democrats because I go back to the independent council law. And everybody loved it when it was being used against the Republicans. And then Bill Clinton took office and it was used against the Democrats. And you know what? It was just a miracle up there on the hill. They decided not to renew it when it had run its course. Let me ask you, can you imagine the GOP after January putting in a subpoena for John Brennan's phone records? Or someone else, a former cabinet official from the Trump administration? I think they should. But can you imagine it? I want to imagine it. I hope it will happen. And if they don't do it, they're going to disappoint a lot of people and they're going to show they don't have the strength of character necessary to do the job. This isn't about taking depositions and bringing people up. That's a part of the process. But before you do that, you need records to cross examine people about. Phone records, emails. They need to do exactly what they did to the Republicans. Just like the independent counsel law. They have to hurt the Democrats as much as the Democrats were willing to hurt Republicans. And until they feel it, it's never going to stop. All right,

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Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:57 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Lot about classified documents lately now the national archives has asked former presidents and vice presidents to recheck their personal records for any classified documents. The move is intended to ensure compliance with the presidential records act. Joining us live CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan, the moderator of Sunday's face the nation on CBS and Margaret the law says that any records created or received by the president are the property of the U.S. government and they are managed by the national archives, but does the law cover how these documents are assembled and packed at the end of presidential administrations? Well, the transitions that happen apparently are messier than many expected and that's why some lawmakers are considering writing new regulations on a number of different things, including record keeping during that period of time in particular, but it's not just that period of transition. Some of the documents found in the possession of President Biden is Wilmington home date back all the way to his Senate years. So there's this broader question about what some of the record keeping is, but also what some of the regulations in terms of just handling of classified material needs to be also questions about whether there's over classification, all of these topics are things I dove into in a joint interview, a bipartisan law was senator Mark Warner of Virginia, Democrat and Marco Rubio, Republican of Florida. And it was pretty remarkable to see this unity among the two parties on this issue demanding more answers from the director of national intelligence about exactly what is being probed here. That always is interesting when you see agreement. When we talk about these classified documents, it's such a broad thing. Are we getting a better idea of what we're talking about? I mean, nuclear codes are different than a letter from a former former head of state or something like that. Well, exactly. And I know CBS in the past has reported that among the 300 classified documents taken from mister Trump's home 45th president, there were classification levels that were fairly high. In the case of President Biden during his private years and from his two from his office and from his residence, that classification level seems a little lower, but we don't know the contents of those documents. The value of intelligence may decline over time. It's a little bit time sensitive, but the concern among some of these lawmakers that I spoke to was that even if it's old intelligence, even if it's not nuclear codes, there can be sensitive details in terms of sources and methods that in some way are compromised. And knowing exactly what the level of concern needs to be is essentially what the intelligence committee is asking for. And they don't want to have to wait on the Justice Department to complete its dual investigations. Margaret, thanks for being with us. That is CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent, Margaret Brennan, moderator of Sunday's face the nation on CBS

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"brennan" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

07:43 min | 2 months ago

"brennan" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Ever alone. There's somebody else out there. Don't forget to experiencing the same thing as you. But the places you feel most broken now. Just gotta look for them. For one day be your greatest strength. And when you find them, it's a great feeling. And I'm suddenly feeling horrible about making that choke up, but that's how far I will go to get a laugh because I am empty inside. You're in the right place. I am here with Neil Brennan, who was a return guest. I think you were on in like 2017, 2018 is right after a three mics came off. Yeah, that would be 17. Really enjoyed your new special. Neil's got a special out on Netflix called blocks and I assume that's got a double meaning. What? I hadn't thought of that. Yeah, let me point that out for you. You do a wonderful job shitting on yourself and I just want to tip my thanks to you. Thank you so so much. Not only being a piece of ship it recognizing it publicly. Pure garbage. Yeah, a lot of people and one of the things I could tell is that you're rotten to your core, which a lot of people they stop at the lungs, but you go right to go. I go all the way to the lowest chakra. Which I think is the anus. Yeah, yeah, that's the lowest one. So it's the my root. I go to my root chakra. And all I work my way up. When you were in Venice, we can't look. I don't want to blame that on anybody. In particular, we can get into ayahuasca when you're ready. But yeah, so thank you for recognizing my gifts. In all seriousness, your special is great. It texted Neil after I, after I watched it and it's a great blend obviously of observation, self deprecation, and just a really nice blend of darkness and vulnerability, which I think can be a really hard balance to strike as a comedian. The cynicism and vulnerability. It was easier on the special before three mics because on three mics. It was easier because it was like segregated, like here's where I'm funny. Here's where I'm emo and here's where I'm funny again. So this was a harder mix of. They had to live closer together. Yeah. But once you establish it, people are people are pretty sharp. And they can take more than you think they can. Yes. And I think they're more patient between punch lines than we think they are as comedians. For sure. Because that part of our brain that's like, oh, they're bored because they're quiet. Never imagined. That is, I think it's the right instinct in a comedy club, but if you take them out of a comedy club and you take them out of if you don't have an opener, if they don't, if you kind of make the rules yourself or you're not tainted by somebody talking about butt fucking a giraffe in front of you. I mean, you call it tainting. I call it quality middle. So yeah, once you're, once they know what they're getting, I remember Chappelle, if I can bring up Chappelle a minute, three. Out of the podcast. One time when we were really young, like 18, 19, him saying, he's like, you know how I open with that longer joke about bray rabbit and all that stuff. He's like, I do that so that the audience gets used to having punch lines spread out more. Which is like, really, tell me more 19 year old unbelievable person who's like incredible then. I think one of the greatest show business facts is that this is for the elders out there is I believe Dave set the record for the lowest star search score ever. That's not true. No? No, 'cause he lost to he beat my brother, Kevin Brennan, in a small world event. And then he lost to a guy named Lester Barry, but he didn't have a low score. He just showed that to me. Did you ever do star search? No. When I moved to Los Angeles, I got an agent, and I said, the only thing I don't want to do is start certain. First thing they got. And of course I needed rent money. So I agreed to it, but there's a really nice luxury when you have the occasional thing in show business that you don't give a fuck about. So I didn't give a fuck. So I would make up introductions that had McMahon would read just to hear them come out of his mouth and you wrote for it? No, I was a stand up on it. Okay. And so they'd say, how do you want to introduce you? And I was like, well, they're not going to fucking fact, just like this thing. Yeah. So Ed introduced me one time as you may know him from Baywatch as JoJo the lotion boy. So it sounds like you had a bit of a run on star search. How many did you do? I did, I think I did four. That's pretty good, dude. Lost to Kevin James in the finals or semifinals. Well, you're 92. 90 four? Great. 94. But it was one of the only things where I hated myself the more successful I was. Well, it's not a good barometer. I did some talk shows last week, like late night talk shows. And you forget, like I had done 5 or 7 podcasts leading up to it. And then I did a talk show and it was like, oh, I forgot the first date formality of this. Yeah. And it's also diminishing return to this point because more people are going to hear me on Rogan than they are ever going to see me on a talk. It's their new tonight show. Yeah. So, yeah, so and they get like if you watch Rogan and you don't like me, fair. Like fair. You saw who I am uncensored. Yeah, but you saw what I'm like. You saw what I'm like, I mean, it's not me doing comedy, but it's me being engaging. So I'm not, but if you saw me on The Tonight Show and I seemed a little stiff, I was a little stiff. 'cause it's just not the most fertile environment for. For you know what I mean? It's like the comedy version of meeting your partner's parents. Yeah, that's how it feels. Yeah. So let's talk about the blocks. We touched on when you were previous guest. The shit show you come from. Tell the listeners again. Youngest of ten kids alcoholic dad who said on his deathbed didn't love us. I said, I don't think he loved us and he was like, I didn't. Great. Thank you. with that in mind, like, you know, try to, so to have spent my adulthood

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Fresh "Brennan" from Evening News with Art Sanders

Evening News with Art Sanders

00:41 sec | 20 hrs ago

Fresh "Brennan" from Evening News with Art Sanders

"The northwest news radio forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weathers center. Hi everybody and a good Friday morning here comes the final weekend of January, as we get into it, we're gonna have a little bit of casting rain today for Bellevue, Brennan and Bremerton, highs in the mid to the upper 40s, up over the cascades a few inches of fresh snow just enough to make for some great soft runs at alpental and back toward mission rich into the weekend we go cold air mass coming in Sunday for highs in the 30s. In the couple four weather center I meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. For what it's worth, I'm Derek Dennis, elation and sadness all in one doctor's visit. She's thinking. And I was like, well, if that's the baby's head, I was like, what's that

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Rebecca Weber: Donald Trump Is Being Used as a Scapegoat

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Rebecca Weber: Donald Trump Is Being Used as a Scapegoat

"Was reading on the a Mac website a terrific column written by Seamus Brennan, the headline, the absurdity of the blame Trump campaign. Again, going back to what happened election day. You got a lot of people out there trying to blame Trump, and I'm one of these people that doesn't, I just don't think it's Trump's fault. What happened? You know, Todd, we knew that Trump's endorsed candidates if they lost. We knew that he would get all of the blame. And if they won, he would get none of the credit. You know, it's my view that Trump did not watch the 2022 elections, but they are sure the major media and media plunges through making Trump look like a scapegoat, it's easy to try to get people to follow the herd, single out people who think differently than you and feed them a narrative, and this is what we're seeing happening. We've got to remember Donald Trump was an America first president. He brought us to energy independence. We saw tax cuts and deregulation, that's what we've got to remember. And also ask ourselves, do we want rhino do nothing Republicans? I would like to ask your listeners, what do they think is Mitch McConnell? And his allies behind the blame Trump campaign has Mitch McConnell's in furious about the border crisis and the national security disaster. We haven't seen for us of a government shutdown. Where was McConnell's considerable power? In the 50 50 Senate to set up really strategic fights forcing Biden to finish the walls, stopping the Department of Homeland Security from trying to censor our free speech. And then of course, amach members, we've got over 2 million of them. They were really upset when they saw that he greenlighted unpopular legislative policy initiatives. You know, it's one thing to say we want to help Ukraine. But what about our own border? Right here.

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Nicole makes landfall in Florida as Category 1 hurricane, weakens to tropical storm

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Nicole makes landfall in Florida as Category 1 hurricane, weakens to tropical storm

"Tropical storm Nicole continues producing dangerous winds and damaging storm surge for Central Florida hours after the storm made landfall as a hurricane early this morning The Rain winds and storm surge were pounding captured by Josh Reinhart at port canaveral around 80 miles north of where then hurricane Nicole made landfall About an hour north of there a number of pricey oceanfront homes crumbled into the sea In flagler beach After candles and the generator ready to go Residents braced for more power outages and flooding while beachfront shop owners like Lori Brennan realized it could take days before highway a one a is possible again It's not just the

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Sprawling Tropical Storm Nicole drenching Florida, Georgia

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Sprawling Tropical Storm Nicole drenching Florida, Georgia

"Tropical storm Nicole continues producing dangerous winds and damaging storm surge for Central Florida hours after the storm made landfall as a hurricane early this morning The Rain winds and storm surge were pounding captured by Josh Reinhart at port canaveral around 80 miles north of where then hurricane Nicole made landfall About an hour north of there a number of pricey oceanfront homes crumbled into the sea In flagler beach After candles and the generator ready to go Residents braced for more power outages and flooding while beachfront shop owners like Lori Brennan realized it could take days before highway a one a is possible again It's not just the storm it's actually a full moon and king tide so there's other factors that's going to make the water levels rise Audio courtesy of wjxt TV Tropical storm warnings are posted from Central Florida into the Carolinas I'm Jackie Quinn

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Ex-Texas cop charged for shooting teen eating hamburger

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-Texas cop charged for shooting teen eating hamburger

"A rookie San Antonio police officer has been fired and arrested after shooting and gravely wounding a teenager earlier this month San Antonio police say 25 year old James Brennan has been fired and arrested charged with two counts of aggravated assault by a peace officer for shooting 17 year old Eric cantu who was in his car eating a hamburger in a McDonald's parking lot In body camera video Brennan opens the car door and tells Ken two to get out Car drives backward door open the officer fires multiple times He continues to shoot as a car drives away In a statement through their lawyer cantu's family says he is unconscious and on life support I'm Tim McGuire

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Former DNI John Ratcliffe Dissects the Nord Stream Sabotage

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Former DNI John Ratcliffe Dissects the Nord Stream Sabotage

"Have the Nord stream question and I know you have to be probably careful in some ways how you answer this, but just kind of talking more broadly, I don't quite understand, at least from a logical perspective, why Putin would bomb his own kind of cash supply. Despite that, though, I'm being told that it was Putin from Brennan and all these other people, or at least they're alluding to it. How should we think about the Nord stream incident? What are the facts and the prerequisites we know and how we try to unpack this act of industrial sabotage? Good. So I approach everything in an apolitical way and try and let the intelligence dictate it. So here's kind of what we know, Charlie, from a big perspective. We know that this was a deliberate act of sabotage. So there were two explosions, not one. So it wasn't an earthquake or some geologic or weather related event or something that caused it. So two separate explosions in proximity to Nord stream one and Nord stream two. So again, a deliberate act and given the capabilities that would be required, it would be a state led attack. So having said that, you know, who could have or why would this have happened? So let's start with Russia. You know, to your point, the first question is, yeah, why not just turn off the gas why blow up a $20 billion pipeline project to accomplish this? And what John Brennan would say or some folks in the intelligence community fairly unfairly would say as well, it's a Russian classic Russian false flag. It's done to throw everyone off. You know, I don't know that that would be the motivation so much as I've tried to look at it and say, okay, if I were in charge of the intelligence community, we were in the process of determining attribution, one of the factors could be for Putin doing it is, look, in the old days, you know, that natural gas had to transit through Ukraine. And so with those pipelines out of place, if Europe wants Russian natural gas, it's got to go through Ukraine. And for it to go through Ukraine, there has to be a peace agreement.

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Why Is the Republican Party Putting Up With This?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Why Is the Republican Party Putting Up With This?

"The Democrat party does with the regime asks the Democrat party has become an instrument of the CIA, the FBI, the woke Department of Defense, the question I want to ask today is why is the Republican Party putting up with this? Why is the Republican Party authorizing more money to be sent to Ukraine and allowing the reckless escalation of a conflict halfway around the world? That very well could result in nuclear war. We had several politicians here on this program, senator Rick Scott senator Kramer, and every time I asked them about Ukraine and I have a lot of respect for both those men, I think they're men of integrity, but I'll be honest, when I ask them about these topics, the lack of depth on the issue is extraordinary. For example, senator Kramer came on this program. Again, nice man, we had a nice disagreement on this. And he said there is really no limit to the amount of money that we will send to Ukraine. This is complete and total madness. Why is the Republican Party trusting and Mark milley and Lloyd Austin and Tony blinken and Brennan, the same people that have messed up Afghanistan and messed up every single foreign policy blunder of the last couple of years of Jake Sullivan stumbling into the best case scenario another Afghanistan, the worst case scenario all out nuclear war.

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Guardians rally, beat Rays 2-1 to deny Tampa playoff clinch

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Guardians rally, beat Rays 2-1 to deny Tampa playoff clinch

"The guardians prevented the race from clinching a playoff birth by scoring twice in the bottom of the 8th for a two one victory against Tampa Bay Cleveland trailed one nothing until Steven Kwan laced an RBI double and fellow rookie Oscar Gonzalez cute an infield single that scored will Brennan Trevor Stephan walked the basis loaded in the knife before getting the final two outs for his third save Obviously getting the lead in the 9th like that you just want to get in there and get in there quick and get your job done but they made it tough on me tonight The guardians have earned 29 victories in their final at bat this season and own 37 come back wins The raised magic number for an AL wild card birth remains one I'm Dave ferry

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Guardians closer to AL Central title after 6-3 win in Texas

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Guardians closer to AL Central title after 6-3 win in Texas

"The guardians collected 5 straight hits while scoring 5 times in the 6th inning of a 6 three win at Texas Josh naylor provided the tie breaking double and will Brennan cap the 6th inning rally with the two run single Cleveland trailed two one before a rally that helped Cody Morris get his first big league win Morris allowed one earned run over 5 frames It's really special to be a part of a playoff push and I'm happy that I could get 5 innings tonight and I'm happy that we could win The guardians topped the AL central by 8 games following their 16th win in 19 contests They can wrap up the division title as early as Sunday I'm Dave ferry

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Former Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie Discusses the Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 5 months ago

Former Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie Discusses the Raid

"Let's start with the idea. You said something very interesting before the mics went live with regards to the raid on the president's home. Give us just your reaction as a person with the highest level of clearances whose worked in intelligence for the military in two different services been a cabinet member. We haven't spoken since the raid your initial reaction. Well, let me start with the observation of someone who knows how the left works. And that is the current president of El Salvador, bukele. He issued a statement after he heard about the raid and said that if he had done that, to the communist opposition, The New York Times would have been on his doorstep and the State Department would have been demanding his resignation. And he would have had his nation called a banana republic. His ambassador to D.C. would have been called on to the carpet. Absolutely. That's what we are witnessing. And it's fascinating listening to mister Brennan. And I don't even think misses Gus hall voted for Gus hall, but he did. No one did more. To damage the reputation of the Central Intelligence Agency. In its history, than mister Brennan. We're really just one statement that he made that he accused the president of trees actions. He accused the president of treasonous actions, but he was part and parcel. Of the promotion of the Russian collusion hoax.

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Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

"A Florida man accused of selling toxic bleach as a cure for the coronavirus has been extradited to the U.S. Mark Brennan the archbishop of the genesis two church of health and healing in Bradenton Florida had an appearance in Miami federal court Thursday almost two years after he was arrested in Colombia He's the latest to face charges for peddling ineffective or downright dangerous substances as medicines to cure COVID-19 Officials say the church manufactured promoted and sold chlorine dioxide as a miracle mineral solution that could cure a vast variety of ailments ignored court orders to stop and threaten to federal judge The substance turns into a toxic industrial bleach when ingested Granite and his sons Jonathan Jordan and Joseph were indicted on one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt The trial is set to begin September 12th in Miami I am Jennifer King

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Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 8 months ago

Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham

"Stuff Do you think there's going to be any legal consequence for higher ups your mccabe Comey clapper Hillary any of them or just one or two or none I mean where do you see this going I see there's a couple more indictments I see coming from John Durham probably one of the FBI probably won a fusion GPS because they orchestrated this whole thing with the Clinton campaign and made millions in light to the world And I think they lied to Congress too Glenn Simpson another guy who I interrogated in line And I think it gets to Andy mccabe I don't think it gets any higher than that You know I've been thinking about this for four or 5 years in the form of a prosecutor I was just like those guys call me Clinton clapper Brennan They're just so smart and they're so evil That's the problem that they've covered their tracks and it would be very hard to make a case against them Now it doesn't mean that John Durham is not going to annihilate them in the report But you and I both want indictment accountability And I think if we get any mccabe the FBI fusion GPS then this is going to make Watergate look like Sunday afternoon tea And so it's going to be I think that's where he's going I hope that's where he's going And he's got the investigation to prove it But the other thing speaking about John Brennan remember this guy briefed Barack Obama when he was president in 2016 That Hillary Clinton was running a disinformation operation against president Trump What I want to know Why isn't that memo been declassified Where is it Where is it

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Christian School Under Fire for Promoting Christian Values

The Officer Tatum Show

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Christian School Under Fire for Promoting Christian Values

"I want to switch gears real quick and talk about this Christian school under fire for upholding Christian values. Now you may ask me, Brennan, what in the world is happening at this Christian school that will make them be under fire and how does that relate to Christian values? So according to the Louisville, carrier journal says a homework assignment given to several middle schoolers at Christian academy of Louisville encouraged students to pursue an imaginary friend to reject or persuade imaginary friend to reject homosexuality. Now, you know in the woke of the woke culture that we live in, people to be mad at that. Now hiding the world at a Christian school, you're going to be mad at that. It literally says in a Bible that homosexuality is a sin. So why is it so weird and difficult in a Christian school for you to understand that that may be a hypothetical situation that kids will be able to or should be able to defend their faith in?

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Where Are the PROSECUTIONS?! Jim Hanson Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 9 months ago

Where Are the PROSECUTIONS?! Jim Hanson Weighs In

"I've had Matt Gaetz and empty G on the show regularly for something we call the America first strategy sessions. And they have this great vision, Matt said, when we win in the midterms, God willing, we're going to turn every single committee of Congress into investigator committee. We're not going to have special standing once everyone, whether it's ag, whether it's justice, whether it's national defense and armed forces, will be an investigative committee. We're going to subpoena the crap out of these cowards and treasonous individuals. And I thought, yeah, that's interesting like that. But then I realized, I don't care about subpoenas. I don't care about another inspector general's report that leads to nada, okay? I want prosecutions. If lady liberty truly wears a blindfold, then if you have been a seditionist traitorous piece of scum using their clearances like John Brennan like vindman like Eric sharmilla to subvert the will of the people, even if you're a Trump appointe when Mark Esper says, I was defending America as the Secretary of Defense from the president. You go and how many people voted for you Mark exactly schwanz only none, then you should be up on charges. So I've never been called a radical by conservatives, but I think it's time to find because it's not going to be fed. It's going to be a county prosecutor. It's going to be somebody in a Republican state that says, you know what? Mark Esper, you undermined my safety and the safety of my citizens as well. I'm going to prosecute you. Is this a crazy wish list? No. I mean, rule number one, we're in a war. We're fighting for the heart of the republic. And any tool, any weapon we have that you don't use is idiotic. And another one that I like, all right, those are good ways. But even in Congress, they can write into the appropriation bills things they can and can not do. But they never do that. They never do that right in there. Diversity, equity, and inclusion is not dead. Done. Right. No more. CRT. Zero money, no money spent on it. And I think they need to

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Democrats Gerrymander Then Cry 'Voter Suppression' When GOP Does It

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:29 min | 9 months ago

Democrats Gerrymander Then Cry 'Voter Suppression' When GOP Does It

"I want to talk about Jerry Mandarin and about the profound and almost comical hypocrisy of the Democrats and of the left. About gerrymandering. Basically, that position comes down to when we do it, it's fantastic. And when anyone else does it, when the Republicans do it, it's against democracy. It's a form of voter suppression. It's horrible. It can't be allowed. And the straight faced way in which the Democrats hold to this position. This is really what is a site to behold. Now, admittedly, gerrymandering is a kind of an approach, a process that goes to the very early days of the republic. In 1812, elbridge Jerry, one of the founding fathers, by the way, a former vice president, former governor of Massachusetts, he sort of signed off on this we are district, he was a Democrat, and he was trying to benefit the Democratic Party. And the Democrats drew this very weird snake like district that resembled a salamander. In fact, that's where we get the name gerrymander. It's elbridge Jerry, plus salamander, giving you gerrymander. And so a gerrymandered district is a politically awkward district. Typically designed by the ruling party to protect and guarantee winning seats for itself. So drawing the map in a favorable way. Now, this by itself is not voter suppression. It's not voter fraud. I would say distasteful that this is done, but it is done by done by both parties. And yet when the Republicans do it, the Democrats act like this is horrific. This is something that can't be permitted. So recently, a North Carolina Supreme Court struck down some legislative districts that were drawn by the GOP in North Carolina. That would have benefited the Republican Party. And when that happened, Joe Biden comes out with, this is what he goes, he says, voters should choose that representatives, not the other way around. Acting as if a gerrymander is a subversion of democracy. And sure enough, Barack Obama calls Republican gerrymandering efforts, quote, threatening democracy, the liberal Brennan center, quote gerrymandering is deeply undemocratic.

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How Trump Saved Conservatism, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 9 months ago

How Trump Saved Conservatism, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court

"Presidencies can be ultimately evaluated in my view as how did they serve the constitution. And you served the constitution by the people you put on the bench. President Nixon's greatest failure is Harry blackman. Lauren Berger was not very good. Lewis Powell was okay in rehnquist was great. Ike's greatest failure was a warrant and William Brennan. Reagan's greatest failure. Though I admire her character, is justice O'Connor and justice Kennedy. H W's greatest failure is David souter. We don't know yet whether W failed when he picked John Roberts over Mike lytic. I don't think he did. I think they're both, they're both friends of mine. And they both listen to the show and so they both should hear me say, I don't think it makes a lick a difference, which one of them was going to be chief justice in the long run, though they have different temperaments. But it is Trump's triumph compared to all those other conservatives to have put on Gorsuch Kavanaugh and ABC, and when someone replaces Matt continental and writes the right in 40 years, I think they're going to hold up as the most constitutionalist person. Donald Trump and having done the most for the constitution understood is the frame of silver around the apple of gold that is the declaration by virtue of the judges and especially by virtue of those three.

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"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"I really appreciate it because I feel like this is a whole realm that motion designers just need to be introduced to you, right? Just this idea that your thought process and your ability to communicate your ideas and being just as valuable as the actual final product itself, like that value, that intrinsic value you bring to the table is I think kind of the source where we have a lot of these kind of psychological barriers in the industry, right? Like everybody talks about fomo, everybody talks about impostor syndrome, the fear of the blank page. I think so much of that is rooted in the sense that we describe our value by what's the thing I can make that convinces somebody to hire me the next day to make more of it, right? And it's a physical thing. It's literally like I made a quick time or I made 7 style frames, but I really think we need to help each other understand that what you bring the table in terms of the thought process and the ideas is actually just as valuable as that and then maybe it feels like I don't know a 1000% this is a case, but it feels like you've conquered a certain amount of that kind of day to day impostor syndrome that almost everyone emotions on you talk to feels, right? I don't know if that's true, but maybe that's a part of unlocking and kind of pushing some of that aside. Because I do feel like there's a lot of these kind of like I said, mental or psychological barriers that we feel emotion design. And maybe it's rooted just in the fact that we don't value ourselves or we don't value the full breadth of what we offer to potential clients. Yeah, I mean, I absolutely still get impostor syndrome. You know, every time I'm working on a project, I'm looking at reference and inspiration from the big studios and I get all in my head like.

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"You could find those people reach out and say, hey, I'm a motion designer, I'm a storyteller, I can draw, I can write, I can make videos, and I'd love to see if you ever have a need for that. And that's awesome. Yeah, you may be surprised. People will be like, oh my gosh, you know, because a lot of this stuff, like they don't really need a video, a video is a nice to have. So it's kind of like they learn about you and they're like, oh, how could we use video? It kind of gets them to ask the question. And then if they know you're available, they say, oh, you know, maybe Liam could do this for us. I love that. I mean, all those jump titles you described, I'm gonna bet, at least more than half of the audience listening right now is either never heard of those or at least didn't know what went behind. Those job titles. And I'm laughing to myself right now because even in my last company that I worked at before I joined school emotion, I was always struggling to try to describe to the people that own the company, how we were changing and what we should call ourselves, because we were doing a lot of this work where we might even pitch against an ideo or a gensler an architecture firm. And we never knew what to say, what to call what we did. And I always said, well, we're kind of like a black box studio. You can come to us with a problem. You will not know how we get to the solution from when you send us the problem. But when you come back, you'll have something that you've never even thought of. It will have solutions that you didn't even realize were addressing problems or at the root of what you asked us to do. An idea that innovation design or human centered design and the fact that there's this idea that you're a consultant, right? You're not actually making the final thing, this company is going to go and make the whatever it might be. The hotel or the product or the app or the service, but you're helping them figure out how to talk and think about it before they even actually go and do it. I think there's probably a lot of people listening to this scene either, hey, that's what I'm already doing and I never get paid for it. Or oh my gosh, that sounds as excited as what I do day to day. I just didn't know what the job title was. Yeah. Yeah, and as a freelancer, you make a lot of money too. This is a very lucrative business and you have less stress and you're working less. The only drawback I will say is that you can't share anything that you do. And you lose that craftsperson artist piece that Harold the beauty of what you're making. And that goes back to that you gotta have a personal project. You've got to have something separate to make sure that that part of you is fulfilled. Well, and I will say, I think that's part of anyone working motion as I need to do that still. Whether they are making cool looking work for someone else, like to get to the point where you feel comfortable maybe even entering into this kind of innovation focused narrative storytelling problem solving focus, you have to do your own personal work so you can figure out what your voice and your vision and your obsessions are..

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"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"So that's kind of like a blessing and a curse 'cause it also takes the pressure off because you're like, okay, the outward facing world isn't going to see this. This is just a quick thing to shepherd an idea. So it takes the pressure off of the look of it, but you also never get to share anything. So my 6 years at continuum, I had nothing to show for it. And you can't talk about it. You can't even talk about what you're doing. You have to talk and general terms. So, you know, that's one of the drawbacks, but also the pluses. It takes the pressure off, but you also can't share. I mean, I think that that begs the question then I think probably a lot of people listen to their thinking. How do you, especially if you're freelancing, where do you find your time being spent to find the next the next job or the next project? Are you building relationship? Oh my gosh, no. You are not once people find out that you can do this when the innovation industry and this is people in innovation consultancies and people within big corporations who have innovation or design strategy teams once they find out that there is someone who can make videos who knows how to work with them, you are sought after, you are indispensable. I don't think I've searched for work in years. And I was nervous. I took two years off to have my second child. I have an 18 month old now. I took two complete years off and I was like, oh, it's going to be hard to get back into this. I sent an email out to all my past people. I'm like, hey, I'm working again, and they're like, oh my gosh, I had worked like the next week. Yeah, it's a different way of working. It's a different industry. I mean, I'm glad we talked about this because it sounds like the dream. In terms of someone who may have been spending their life kind of at their desk animating chain to their computer, always worried about how to show my next piece and how do I make a new demo reel and where's the next thing coming from? It sounds like the work comes to you once you build your reputation. You don't have to worry about it being the 100% final polished piece that everybody talks about having to be. You're in a kind of leadership position in the sense that your clients aren't ordering something that you do off of a menu, they're asking you to almost be at like a partnership level to help them solve a problem, which is like the best place to be in any kind of industry, especially when you're freelancing. You can take the time to learn things, but you don't feel like you have this unyielding pressure to learn everything and you're exercising a lot of other creative capabilities beyond just clicking a mouse, right?.

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"Practitioner, you know, a lot of people that get to my age now they're like an art director, creative director, and now they're no longer really making stuff. A lot of that is pitching the clients and you know, that's a small part of my job. I get to do it all and that is such it's such a fun place to be. I'm having a blast over here and I'm not, I'm not killing myself, you know? That's amazing. It's just, yeah, it's a weird place to be. And I feel like it's this unknown territory that I want more people to know about. I mean, I do too in the sense that I think there's a lot of people struggling with exactly what you talked about, right? Like we always say, you want to climb to the top as fast as you can. Here's the ways to do it, and here's the studios where you can do it at. But I know from being in that position, having been there, looking back on it, you don't, no one tells you about this and no one talks about it, but there is an incredible amount of stress and I would say even like burgeoning amount of fear that, oh, okay, well, if for some reason I can't win three pitches in a row or for some reason, you know, I'm not as good of a creative director as I thought I was. There's this just like mounting pressure in the back that I also don't know all the tools. The tools I used to know are getting irrelevant or the ways those tools worked, they're not necessarily like what I used to use. And it can really grind you in a very unsuspecting way that they're like, oh, well, I'm doing this creative directory artwork, but really what I used to do is what I'd like or what I define myself as what am I going to do..

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"They just try a little bit and then being able to speak. Being able to do what we're doing right now just to talk about and interact with people and coax something out of someone and make someone believe in something. Those three skills have nothing to do with software. I actually call them an artist operating system and that once you learn how to do those things and you feel confident and comfortable, you never have to learn the next version of it, but it is in some ways almost like software. If you can view it that way, we're so we're so accustomed to always having to learn something new with a keyboard and a screen, but it's really hard to ask somebody to be like, hey, you should be a better writer. I guess that's a really good question for you. Is that we think about this stuff all the time in terms of tools and techniques, but I really think, like I said, like motion design, it's real strength is ability to rapidly visualize or pre visualize and test like you said. If people are listening to this and they're really, really excited about, okay, cool, yeah, I'm maybe tired of always doing the same stuff and maybe I've just become a new parent and I don't want to work 50 60, 70 hours a week and spend countless amount of times on YouTube or somewhere else, you know, trying to learn the next hot thing. Do you have any suggestions on how you sharpen those skills of. You're like drawing and writing and honestly like just your ability to just verbalize these thoughts like how did you get better at it? Yeah. Oh my gosh, I can so relate to this because it's not a skill set that I really recognized until I started freelancing, so I was working at the innovation consultancy as a full-time employee for about 6 years. And then I got pregnant with my first child. And I decided to freelance, which a lot of us do make that switch when we have our first child. And I was like, okay, cool. I will be a freelancer now. Then I was forced to really get into that role of, okay, I need to get clients. I need to explain my worth. I need to talk with them on the phone and over Zoom. I need to sell myself. I need to figure out what they need and doing that urine and you're out. You get better at it. And because I was doing these type of projects where you're not plugged into a machine of like, oh, I'm just designer making the illustrations. And then it's going to be handed off to the animator because you're doing everything you are and because you're doing it in a way that is very low fidelity, you're kind of forced to get good at those skills of writing of talking and the drawing piece, you know, I've always been drawing from the time I was a kid..

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"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"I think it was like 9 sentences of like why this place needed to be and what the story of it was, right? It was just written out as dashed really quick. It was the first we convinced him to let us put this as the very first page in the deck. So we go in the room, we pitch it, we tell the story and then they come in and they tell the 45 minutes of all the architectural stuff they're going to do. Two days later, we get a phone call and saying, you guys are very lucky because we picked you over all the other teams and we actually increased the budget from $5 million to $25 million because of the story you guys told on that one page. However wrote that let them know that they won this job and grew it because you came to us with a story. Now that had nothing to do with my ability as like animator or like being able to draw stuff and nobody asked us to do it, but I really think as a motion designer, when you're doing this work and you're seeing these things happen and you're around films and you're around TV shows and great products and great brands, you absorb so much of like what storytelling actually is just to be able to do your work. Like I said to know which key frames to set, that we have it built into us that we can do these things. It's just no one's telling us that innovation and storytelling and human centered design is actually something that we can sell, something that we can use to make us look different from everyone else. And it was such a, I love hearing what you said because it blew my mind open to be like, wait, what did they just say? I wrote three or two paragraphs and that won a job. It wasn't the 25 pages of reference or any beautiful style frames you made. It was literally words on a page. Like that, I think I wish more people emotions than had the moment you're talking about in the moment I'm talking about to realize like, there's a different game to be played here within motion design. Yeah. Yeah. And I can still relate to that because even within what I'm doing with human centered design and innovation consultancies and stuff like that, the work that they do, a lot of the teams know now the value of video and they try to have the people on their teams do it. People who have art skills. And a lot of the people who are coming into these design strategist roles are coming from an industrial design background, a lot of them are coming from architecture backgrounds, and they'll make these videos where they have these silhouette versions of people who are placed in the environments and they trace pictures that they took of themselves and where my skills come in is that I can draw people. And if you can draw people and I'm not talking about realistic people, even if you can draw stick figures, but it's like you can tell when someone draws a stick figure, but they actually know how to draw. It's this simple way of drawing and you can go to my site, Leanne Brennan dot com. There's.

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"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"And that was a huge mindset shift for me. And once that happened, and I will say it was about a year in, when teams would come back to me so excited after a meeting where they had gotten the executives from all these people all around the world who were coming in from these from this big company that they were working with, they had shown that two minute video that explained the entire idea that got everyone in the room so inspired and excited to learn more that it set them up for success to then go through their 30 page PowerPoint deck, you know? It really opens people up and it allows them to connect with the customer to connect with the ideas and a totally different way and it's so valuable is so valuable for the innovation industries. And now they have full departments within big companies that have their own innovation design teams. So you don't just have to work in an innovation consultancy now. Now you can go direct to a company and work directly with their innovation team. So there's just such a need for this type of work. And I think a lot of people, first of all, don't know about it, but second of all don't want to do it because you're not able to flex that artistic crafts person muscle. And it's funny I was listening to a previous episode with between the lines team with the personal projects. And that's where that comes in. It's really important for you to have your own personal thing going on so that you can still satisfy that part of you. So that's exactly why I love this type of work because I get to use my creative skills on my own stuff. So I created this whole other brand that I'm doing illustration. I've got a product now and because I'm not staying up late and killing myself over my freelance work because it's not really like skill intensive, I'm able to have that freedom to work on my own stuff. So it's just a totally different ball game. I mean, I'm so excited to hear you. I don't want to talk more about your own product in your own brand in a little bit, but I think that's an important thing to mention is that when you're literally just focused a 1000% just up in your craftsmanship or up in your skills game, that can eat up all the oxygen in the room for you to understand the full. The full spectrum of what you can do as an artist or emotion designer, right? I don't think a lot of people allow themselves to stretch their entrepreneurial side or their narrative storytelling side or their product development side, but all the skills we use, you may think that that's crazy right now if you're just in an after effects setting keyframes..

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"They're like, yeah, we tested it and it's not going to work. So we changed it to this. So can you just do that? And we need it by Friday. And I'm like, oh my gosh. So after that experience, I really learned, okay, I need to scale back this style of what I'm doing. And I even made this rule for myself. I was like, you know what? Never make anything that you couldn't completely redo from start to finish in three days. And that allowed me to come up with all these really basic but compelling ways to tell a story and I'm kind of dating myself, but if you can think of reading rainbow story time, you know where they had it was just a still image of the picture book, and there was just narration, just voice-over, and then they would cut to the next picture. There's a still image and you can think of like Kevin Ken burns. You know, it's just slowly zooming in. That kind of thing. And I was like, okay, you know what? This is good enough. So I would get into this flow with people, and I would say, okay, what's your idea? How many concepts do you have? How long do we have, okay? It's going to be this style. And then I would quickly make a script for them based on our conversation. And I would allow them to work on it. And I really learned like, okay, the pre-production phase of this is everything for these people. So it's like 70% pre-production and 30% actually making the video. Well, I think, oh man, we're going to get a little philosophical about this because I feel really strongly about there's this growing sentiment I think amongst some people in the industry that motion design is just a set of skills or a set of tools that you patch together that can kind of just be thrown around really loosely, but hearing you say this really reinforces to me that I personally think in capital letters, motion design is actually a philosophy. It's a way of working a way of thinking that we happen to use after effects or 7 before Photoshop, but it's a lot more than just like I use these tools to just make something. Because I really think the fact that what you just described is so commonplace to so many artists and early stages in their career that it forces them to reevaluate the priorities they put on their work, right? Like most people think like, I did a good job because I worked really hard. I used all the available time and I polished this to like 98%, but that that is just one way of doing it a good job. Being able to be super flexible and being able to meet the client's needs and change on a dime and set yourself up with your entire workflow being able to understand that that would.

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"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"Your life like getting ready for work? What are you dealing with? And they really get to know the customer and then they do the same thing with their client, they learn, okay, with your company, what are the resources that you have available to try and figure out, okay, if we make these solutions, let's make sure it's actually feasible and viable for the company. You know, we don't want to break the bank. So there's this balance between what is a customer need, what is viable and what is the desire and how we can make how can we make all that fit together. So it's a lot of understanding, those unmet needs with the customer? And then they analyze all this research, they come up, come up with ideas, and then they prototype it, and they make really quick prototypes, and they test it with the customers. And they say, tell me about this. What do you think about this idea? And they learn and then they make new prototypes and they test it again after what they learned and they say, what do you think about this? And that's where the first touch point where motion design can come in and that sort of video storytelling is in the prototyping. But then again, after they've kind of refined their idea and they're ready to really sell it into the company because a lot of times this is internal work. So they're selling it within their own company and they're trying to get permission to move on to the next phase and start developing it. So then they start to envision this idea and really bring it to life. And that's another touch point that motion design can come in to help them really tell that story. I'm sitting here nodding my head the whole time you're saying this because I kind of feel like I was like a lot of people in air quotes in motion design just really focused on tools and keeping up with, okay, I need to know you said flash. I need to know animate now where I need to know these 6 new plugins and after effects or someone did this thing in Houdini. And there's nothing wrong with that. That's all well and good, but there was a moment my career where I'm kind of have this realization or this aha moment where you're like, oh, I could actually get paid for how I think and how.

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"It's also trying to understand how people interact with your work and that I don't know how it worked for you, but I can imagine I went through something somewhat similar in terms of working in video games early on. And there's just that immediate response to your work. That's so nice to see. You can test what you're doing. If you can see something, I think for most motion designers who get into broadcast, it can feel a little bit like there's no feedback loop because you make something, it goes out in the world and you're already on the next project, and by the time you see it on air, or you see it in a movies theater, like they kind of disappears really quickly. So you don't really get that understand of making 17 decisions every hour. If I'm making a choice on a font or a choice on a color or how big or how small, you don't really know if that worked. I think that's really difficult. I have a feeling that that's going to enter into what we talk about when we talk about human centered design. Oh, yeah. Oh yeah, it's such a thrill when you come in the next day and you see the changes that you made in a game. You're like, oh my gosh. But yeah, from there, I was working on the character art team. So I actually wasn't involved in motion design at that time. And I had kind of moved up and they were trying to kind of groom me for an art director role. And I was like, 23 at the time, and I just, it was too much too soon and I wasn't a gamer and I was kind of done with that a little bit. It was an exciting first start to my career, but I was missing that storytelling aspect to everything..

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"Have an incredible, healthy work life balance. If you're interested, let's lean in and listen to what Leanne has to tell us, but before we get too far, let's hear from one of our alumni at school of motion. At first took a school of motion course back in 2018 when I was working four times a graphic designer wanted to break into the world of motion. For me, the big benefit of taking the course is while working was being able to incorporate the things you've just learned straight into your job, which give me a real nice boost as my enthusiasm and start to fall off. But when you're working on assignments and seeing your peers returning great work, it's really inspiring in the time just flies by, especially the end of the course, when you look back on how much progress you've made, it's a really great feeling and a nice boost to your confidence. Not only of these courses, given me the skills to get hired in the world of motion design. But they've also given me the knowledge to be able to dive deeper into areas that I'm passionate.

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"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"Stay for the puns. People within big corporations who have innovation or design strategy teams, once they find out that there is someone who can make videos who knows how to work with them, you are sought after, you are indispensable. I don't think I've searched for work in years. And I was nervous. I took two years off to have my second child. I have an 18 month old now. I took two complete years off and I was like, oh, it's going to be hard to get back into this. I sent an email out to all my past people. I'm like, hey, I'm working again, and they're like, oh my gosh, I had work like the next week. Yeah, it's a different way of working. It's a different industry..

"brennan" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Do a joke. That's just pandering to liberals and instead of laughing. aa Yeah i think things are changing though. I think they're going back to people like real honest authentic opinions. I really do well. My question is do you get stressed out from the year. You guys are in the center of the storm a lot almost. Yeah kind of always and Does it not 'cause you personal anxiety yes it does but you know one thing. I've always said you cannot have an opinion about things and expect to hear what you wanna hear when you give that opinion so i. You can't live with chairs are down by the booth. That's always know what my intentions are and my intentions are never to hurt anybody. When i give my opinion true So for myself. I always feel like you can give your opinion as long as you can stand by an explain why you feel the way that you feel. Ideally ideally right. And then i know. I know i'm not a person that's like i'm trying to do this to you. Know create controversy or hurt. Somebody really how i feel. And so that makes me not getting zaidi. Because there's just nothing i can do about it. No one's going to. I mean people can change your mind about things. Educate you more about things. But i do my best move my but so do you. Guys have words muted on twitter. Instagram block stuff. Like you have a policy Yeah have certain things needed. But i do like to restrict people so they don't know that they're black. Muting is great. Yeah muting restricting. I think is amazing. Because then they can still go crazy but it is a funny thing where they get to go crazy. And you're just like. Oh i've i've i i love i love i love it. I love mutant people. I love blocking people out thoroughly enjoyed. Yeah it's like that they're talking about you on fourth street and i'm on sixty five. I'm a man have no but you have to do that for your own mental and emotional wellbeing in order to focus and stay doing. What god has you here to. Do you have to block out that noise. you have to. Yeah it's just hard. It's hard especially if your you like the of approval. No i don't. I don't even go looking for it. Don't right don't read the comments on youtube. Don't read the comments on instagram. Don't just work my staff. I don't see and don't read it somebody to the other day. I know a lot of people. Don't like you say i really simpler. I don't care what anybody says. Yeah somebody living communist one. I think i'm gonna say. Are you really homosexual. I'm like this is a conversation has really happened segment. Charlemagne gang let us know okay. Now and that person's defend geico. Do you play a lot of gay games. You talk about it a lot you did give nba mode of your but you know what it is south course. People think that can understand this. Don't drag me this. I like when somebody's uncomfortable. 'specially guys right so for whatever reason gape miss makes guys uncomfortable especially in this skip hop space. Yes think is funny. I agree that's a. It's a wider joke than a black jokes like black. It's like it's like this is not a tragedy guys. Play games more way more significantly more you guys do on just robbing and sending hex. That's at that. I avoid thankfully that was the one of my favorite. That was where. I was more grateful having black friends than ever when i found out that white dude for sending pictures of their each other. I know i didn't know that. Yeah now that was happened. There was like in the oh eight oh nine. Never forget it you don't you can never know it's key. Yeah so people have like slapped you wanted to. Yeah yeah like it's more of a polk then a slap i. Just it's like come on man it's just like i don come with all that i don't need like come on door like i'm not like what like i have a bad day. You have a day. No i want one. I have a day at my. I've been. I've been in the game since oh six and i got first of all. It's wonderful they're not you can get when they're like they're on the low two hundred three and a buck dear You can do is You're gonna you're you'll get that money back over time just confidence but nothing like i. I have friends that will not use my day that no. I don't think you should use them else as well. That's a whole other issue era for their for homophobic hygenic. I don't want them to but they let me know like i won't be isn't it's like no i'm way ahead. He won't be they know. What's the difference screama water every time that comes out yeah but mentally it feels like the same stream drive It i've never like girls stick a finger and my nothing happened. Yeah yeah same. I wasn't like my identity. Like everything i thought i wouldn't like that was okay. Do you ask for girls to put their finger and you just do it. Tell them in my business. I don't ask for nothing i know. That's just a thing that happens. Okay that's fine. It wasn't like oh. I found my new lifestyle. Okay either way is with a woman right now. When did do guys have to tell you like because no one's told me like put your finger on that or not never I've never told them they. Just you know They'll do it to mix it up. I've never i've lived. I have a request Miss let can i see your hand please the third finger that one i need one knuckle by the way. That is the logic right guy. That'd be like yeah you know. What if yes what does no of course cool bitch joy having two fingers in mind but also when you get. That's what i'm happy about with the evolution of mental health and and Sex and gender stuff is that it's just like it's just a thing that you're into doesn't it does not a definition over yeah. I don't think it doesn't surprise me. I just had ice seem like again. You hate to make guesses. But i don't feel like your that not wild but you seem just like oh we're going to look at a liberal conservative in the bedroom. I wouldn't say that. I think i do like regular staff but i do it well but i've never figured anybody and i also don't know like you go in and out in and out us put it in there. Leave it in their. You set it and forget it. It's always like I don't know. So i guess maybe you don't. I never get a sense of what's happening. I don't have a lot of nerves there i think. I don't know what's happening where it just feels like something's going on I couldn't tell what is where you can live with that it. Oh yes they outlawed it. It's it's not. So you don't need to be mandated. Now my body your body your fingers your choice Acceptable at the cherry lane theater right now in new york city right yes sir. What did they go for tickets. Probably unacceptable show dot com It's pretty close to sold out unacceptable. Show dot com I may extend if things break the right way But but six weeks and we just started yesterday residency basically yes real show back to build a set and all kinds of stuff coming three nights play through my head one of the best standup sosthene. Thank you see unacceptable. Now it's it's pretty good chill guys. You won't be sorry no check it out. Neal brennan the always entertaining neal brennan. Thank you thank you for having me always day.

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"brennan" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"I think that you'll have a certain amount of respectful. You know what everybody else does. All the just the best there which i'll do we love your man. Thank you for being the people's champs decrees drill. Yao usa yoga. You're you're you're you're you're you're you're you're you're you're yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo. Good morning the charlemagne god friday. That's right one day to day which happens tomorrow. Angela day in brooklyn. And i'm excited for it also can't wait till is over. Yeah clue just texted me and was like tell you to text me. She was like i said for her. She texted me back calling me back so you to call me for you know just somebody that wants to perform. 'cause we have a lot of performances. It's a free events in brooklyn and he had somebody that wants to perform. She was just trying to figure out a time slot. Dj clue you got somebody. That's performing tomorrow coming here today right. But you making new claims. Doesn't he doesn't mean noah noah you'll be joining us later on today claiming they don't eat poon poo he was why you won't listen to dancehall and reggae talk about it and i know he wants to ask you personally and then Alison hinds soka clean. Tease also gonna be performance flew in yesterday. Everybody's like in town now so it's exciting all right and also this morning. A comedian and writer. Neal brennan will be joining scorn. Neal brennan the legendary neal. Brennan i mean. Got a lot of different credits. I mean co create intra-palestinian coke classic half-baked classic standups like three mike. And he's got a new special. He's working on unacceptable and needs performing performing here in new york for the next six weeks. Forgot where he just started a couple of days ago. Yesterday up the three days ago it was his first show and it's a new music friday to a lot of a lot and became and kendrick dropped much. Baby came in kendrick came out. Also meek mill low baby. A little dirt came outside. I hit our another listening sessions last night as they should have. He's building anticipation for that album. The right way to donald trump no. He's pushed it back on the twenty ninth on apple music which is as it to september. Now they gotta do one moyale. Do one more listening party in chicago. Man it takes chicago. Or la. Not not your. You don't have no time daily like that. I guess because he's family would when it comes to his mom yuletide daily right. He's born in atlanta news ratings icago with his mom i loved. The album is about your mom is your mom. You want it to be as as great musically as it can possibly be. You got to build as much anticipation for it as you possibly can. I mean everybody bro. Yossi we'll just moving pieces around. He's taking this versus putting this verse onto universal. Only mom named after his mom. You gotta get it right. It's gotta be as close to classic is possible because algae would want people to say right. You'd want the album to be critically commercially successful. If it was named after your mother wouldn't you. Maybe the first time he pushed it back. But this is like the fifth time we ain't going nowhere. We used to get it right. It's going to be just like the chronic noticed. not the guy detox. Detox is going to be just like there's tweet detoxing dodgers. There's proof that don actually exists. All right we don't know anything about george. Some detox him. ajay on detector. yeah. Dan remember he did joyce with dip. Set that we didn't know if maybe that was going on the united means all sound like urban legends. Sound like squashing lockneys mazda. Even believing in one not believing deduc. That's gonna be well. Let's get the show cracking front page news. What we talking about man we to talk about what happened at the airport at kabul airport The attack that happened that left thirteen service members. Dead all right. We'll get into that next. It's the breakfast club morning morning. Everybody is tj envy angela. Yee charlemagne the guy. We ought breakfast club now. good morning. Let's getting some front page nunes where we start you thirteen. Us servicemembers died as a result of an attack at the kabul airport. That happened yesterday. Yeah it's awful all their families that's and also eighteen were injured and then more than ninety afghans are dead and at least one hundred and fifty wounded because of these plastic came at. The airport was suicide bombers they are saying. This is the result of isis k. And they've taken credit for it and they said that they carried out the suicide attack but they also provided no evidence to support the claim that they did. This here is with joe biden about retaliation against isis k. Those who carried out this attack as well as anyone wishes. America harm no this. We will not forgive. We will not forget we will hunt you down to make you pay out. Defend our interests and our people with every measure at my command and that's kabul k. a. b. u. l. airport and the biden also talks about how he does plan to strike with precision and he has ordered military. Commanders developed operational plans to strike isis. Kay's assets leadership emphasize not be deterred by terrorist. Lot let them stop our mission. We will continue the evacuation also ordered. My commanded develop operational plans to strike isis k. Assets leadership and facilities. We will respond with force and precision at our time at the place. We choose in a moment of art choosy. Here's what you need to know. These isis terrorists will not win. We will rescue the americans. We will get our afghan allies and our mission. We'll go on. America will not be intimidated embarrassing the incompetence the us government wheat. Pull out game. I no he said the taliban won't win but they already did thirteen. Us soldiers gone because of poor planning our lack of planning with this is bad like those deficit way heavy on. Somebody's conscious. Because i feel like that could have been avoidable talking about screen with precision. You can't even pull out with precision scrape assist now. He also said that the military will be provided anything that they need. Moving forward instructed the military whatever they need if they need additional force. I will grant it and with regard to finding tracking down the isis leaders. Who ordered this. We have some reason to believe we know who they are not certain and we will find ways for choosy about large military operations to get them sitting healing energy to to those thirteen soldiers. Families are absolutely horrible. It's still roughly. A thousand. Americans left in afghanistan after that attack according to the pentagon who are trying to get out all right well that that is your front page news. 'cause somebody's poor planning all right. All right we'll get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one zero five one. If you need to vent call us right now. Phone lines are wide open again. Eight hundred five.

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"brennan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"End of the show we had been jammed pack with guests and we'll get your reaction to all of that in the final part of the program. Let's check in before we do that with tyler. Who's up next in mobile alabama. Hello tyler i paul appreciate taking my call. Thank you appreciate you calling i. I wanted to get your opinion. So belay they've got this big black guy now and everybody is trashing them but what. What's their next move. Because i mean i do think that amateurism whatever that is should be preserved. I i don't really want Every athlete i see throwing the balls. Make ten million dollars a year To what do you think the next move is well. They don't really have a very good move right now. I mean there are only move to try to really only move is to is to continue to go to congress to get a uniform bill but once you are allowing what's happening to happen which is going on right now. You can't do that so i think they've they've already waited too long. And they i mean they're they've tried to get to preserve their tax exempt status They they've tried to do a bunch of things. But i don't think congress really cares Any longer and now congress has a great deal the oil schooling on. We're all aware of so. I think the ncw is missed the moment. There's so much money that they're they're putting in jeopardy you like. We talked about that. Their job is to make money if if their if their product goes down the drain. Because you know public opinion. But i remember something important here. The nc double a. has has jurisdiction legislatively and administratively over over college athletics. They don't have any real authority over college football. So we're you know the biggest topic here in college football in the ncwa does that does. It does not have a voice in the college football playoff. they they can sanction bowl games but it's perfunctory. They really don't have anything to do with it they run. They run their basketball tournament the baseball tournament. All the other things which are fine but politics conference now. You you stank ultimately the power and in college. Football lies with the five power conferences. I mean they. They broke away a couple years ago in what was called The autonomy move so jet. Greg sankey the commissioner of the the commissioner of all the other conferences they essentially run the sport right. And but the has control over this issue that we're talking about and there really isn't a mechanism to keep up with it. So if let's say you're an alabama fan you find out auburn. Just in theory is is doing all kinds of nefarious things and get on. Planes can't do anything about it. What do you who you gonna call. Yeah well i'm sure you'll think thinking something and tell them what to do. Well thank you for the call. And i have to say. I'm of half in and half out. I do think it's it's time because the ncw was fraudulent fraudulently hiding behind his amateur status which wasn't existing anyway. But you know we're we're really talking today about the consequences of this. And i'm we'll we'll get you more your calls to in part part of the part of what has spurned. This on is Two people including keith donovan. today longtime Author and documentarian who who frankly thinks the the model is going to be destroyed He said it's a disaster and we had another guest the other day who said that. And whether they're right or not we'll find out. I know that sounds you can you. Can you can enter any cliche. you want. But they're not alone let's continue. Ac is up next ac. Good afternoon and thank you so much. Call how you doing. Hey i'm doing great. Find him. I have two questions and i have a suggestion for you. My question is what's the worst of what's the best college football you have ever seen. No bias opinions. Finebaum must suggestion so stack them right them. Thank them hook them horns. Yeah that's abc's the the caller. I love the guy that asked the question and then answers his own question. It's an interesting question. Probably not for today. Though i wanna go back sediment ago what we're talking about And i know a lot of you. Maybe have been reluctant. But i think we have spent an enormous amount of time over the last week or two talking about the good things of name. Image and likeness. But i'm really interested in in the objections right now. We've heard it early on. We heard it from old line fans. I don't like this gonna ruin the game but why is it going to ruin the game. Why is it going to ruin the game if players make money. Is it going to destroy the locker room. That's what keeps dunham and said he said the biggest issue is the locker room. Many of you listening have played college football. Even more of you have played high school football. Lean on your own experiences for a second and think about how you had to manage high school college. Whatever we've all been on teams some better than others how you've had to manage that aspect when when there's clearly a star system i i've worked in callous places where there there is a star system. It doesn't matter really right from wrong. It's just it's already set. And that's just the way it goes. And i'm sure many of you dealt with that in the workplace apple and sap we back up never beat new dry. My grandkids back in mystic gut. The suci backing.

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"brennan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"brennan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Certainly changed back in the early days. It was a woman. A sportswriter really. Oh interesting You know and then then more questions about that because it was just unusual. Back that In the eighties and thankfully they going on and we we know that women are everywhere in sports journalism and on tv plant online radio and For many young men and young women especially these women who've grown up with title nine sports entire lives raise just like their brothers who feel that they can have a career in sports. I had my own personal title nine. I had my dad got his first of title nine. The six sport athlete in high school. And 'cause i was so good. But i just you know. You didn't have to specialize back then and that was in the suburbs of toledo ohio oil. Tie school I had that personally. But now think of all of these young girls and women now in their twenties onward the kids that are ten youtubers old and how they're just come out Having been products subtitled line. So that's fantastic And basically what i find is just. There's a sense of you know they would like like i was you know. Can you do this for a living. You know he could pay to go to sporting events and and you know i say to them what i said to myself and for years in terms of how lucky i feel and how fortunate i am. This is the adventure of a lifetime. And i love it more today than the day started. You feel this way too much. Shade it so much more I appreciate it then but once you've done it for a long time and know that you probably won't do it forever though that would be nice. It's a nice feeling to know you're still doing it. And and having these opportunities and i just you know for me. This is the olympic number nineteen in a row winter and summer from l. a. and eighty four all the way through. And you know what would eighteen year old need. Paul have thought of that. You know watching the seventy six olympics getting ready to go to north western and what you know. I'm not gonna miss the olympics from nineteen eighty-four probably just burst into tears. That the five could that possibly happen to me. And so i try when i talked to. These young people who are wide is like i was and i probably still am you. Try to to To encourage that magical feeling because yes. There's tough issues tough column today. Michael andrew there's going to be more tough called. Join getting to do what you love. There's nothing better. I know you feel that way. The listeners hear that in your voice and I hope they hear it in my now. Because i am so fortunate so lucky and i find that so many of these young people really are attracted to that and can't wait to Well they take our jobs and say hey a couple more years before you take my job. I think it totally did your good shape I i kind of feel the same way christine at this point You do start thinking. Wow we have done in a long time and it does. It does seem to mean A little bit more as you as you start to see those years pass by. And i'm sure you'll think about that on on the endless journey to tokyo here a couple of days exactly exactly. Yeah and you know again. We're lucky i you know people listening and probably like oh i hate or whatever well You know and they don't like you. They don't like both of us. Whatever i we. I appreciate every moment i. I have just feel so fortunate so like if it ended right. Now it's been crate. You know what. I'm saying and but i don't want it to end right now and i don't think it's going to at least not yet but i also think for young people. There's nothing more exciting than talking to young person about the opportunities for them And being able to retail some of these stories and encourage them the way that that people encourage me you And break mentors role model that we've had how lucky we were to have them a lot. Such an inspiration christine brennan so great to be able to talk to you and be safe on the trip and we hope to see a very very well. Thank you paul. Look forward to and if we can find a time that works. I'm happy to do the show out. Check check check with you on that you have a safe trip over there and be careful We will talk to you soon. Christine brennan joining us. Well what a what a fantastic conversation and we are going to take a break more of your phone calls. We'll you're the rest of the way we.

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