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Fresh update on "brian" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:43 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "brian" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Teammate Jacob degrom but Marcus stroman will not be part of the Met's rotation He signed with the cubs stroman used to pitch the American leg he has pitched in every MLB park except his new home Wrigley Field Another win for the rangers for one at the garden over Philadelphia another goal for Chris kreider his 16th he's third of the NHL Daniel Jones says he's preparing as if he'll place Sunday in Miami the Giants QB played last Sunday with a neck injury suffered when he ran the ball in the second play of the game First place cowboys who lost three of the last four will be left their coach tonight in New Orleans Mike McCarthy and COVID protocol Marcus Freeman emerging as the favorite to replace Brian Kelly and be the new football coach at Notre-Dame is only 35 is currently their defensive coordinator John stashed our Bloomberg sports Nathan John thanks 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report Here's Bloomberg's at Cory Toys "R" Us a resuscitated version of the mega toy cellar that went out of business is returning to its New Jersey home turf The new owner of the brand plans to open a flagship location in mid December and American Dream The heavily indebted mall a few miles outside of Manhattan the city of New York is suing the magazine office USA The action is on behalf of writers producers photographers illustrators and more who say they were not paid for their work or not paid in a timely manner The commissioner of the department of consumer and worker protection describes this case as corporate theft from New York City's industrious creatives Kemp star a commodity trading firm is expanding its business to handle multiple commodities with the opening of a new office in Stamford The company will be adding a quantitative analytics team It also plans to open an.

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Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 hr ago

Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm guessing guessing Coolbaugh Coolbaugh for for the the first first time time in in twenty twenty six six and and a a half half years years Major Major League League Baseball Baseball is is facing facing a a work work stoppage stoppage the the league's league's previous previous collective collective bargaining bargaining agreement agreement set set into into place place in in two two thousand thousand sixteen sixteen expired expired at at eleven eleven fifty fifty nine nine on on Wednesday Wednesday night night M. M. L. L. B. B. negotiators negotiators left left the the players players unions unions hotel hotel about about nine nine hours hours before before the the deal deal was was set set to to expire expire and and the the players players union union confirmed confirmed the the lock lock out out early early Thursday Thursday morning morning prior prior to to the the deadline deadline major major league league teams teams committed committed to to over over one one billion billion dollars dollars in in salaries salaries in in one one day day for for the the first first time time ever ever the the Rangers Rangers finalize finalize deals deals with with infielders infielders Corey Corey Seager Seager and and Marcus Marcus Semien Semien worth worth a a combined combined five five hundred hundred million million hobby hobby by by is is is is headed headed to to the the Tigers Tigers for for a a hundred hundred forty forty million million while while Max Max Scherzer Scherzer received received a a hundred hundred thirty thirty million million to to join join the the Mets Mets in in college college football football Notre Notre Dame Dame is is working working on on a a deal deal to to promote promote defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Marcus Marcus Freeman Freeman to to fill fill its its head head coaching coaching vacancy vacancy according according to to an an AP AP source source Freeman Freeman would would replace replace Brian Brian Kelly Kelly who who left left after after twelve twelve seasons seasons to to become become the the next next coach coach at at LSU LSU Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports

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Fresh update on "brian" discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

00:46 min | 55 min ago

Fresh update on "brian" discussed on SI Media Podcast

"To regular jobs. It's stupid. You're not just worried about one individual. And on top of that, he's supposed to be a leader and set the example for these kids. And what type of example is that now again, it's hard because I'm not blaming somebody for taking hundreds of millions of dollars, whatever it may be. But to bold on your team in the middle of the season, that screams selfishness. That screams I truly don't give a crap about you or this program, I care about me, which is fine, but ultimately I think it shows the character and you shouldn't be doing that. There's got to be a better way. Again, I have no issue with it at all if he does it after the season. They're still, listen, if Iowa could ever beat Michigan if since, you know, nor the name is like in the mix a little bit here. And he's not there. That is wrong. You should have to finish out the season, then go take whatever job you want. It's just not right. How could that how could that happen? What kind of rules do we have here when he's obviously under contract? How could it happen that he could leave in the middle of the season? I'm interested ridiculous. Every coach must have an out, but he can I think recruiting is, you know, again, we're not big college football nuts, but the recruiting recruiting calendar, I think, is a factor in all this. I mean, and then I saw a tweet this morning, I think someone who was supposed to go to Oklahoma now says he's not going there because Lincoln Riley left. And the whole thing is just it's all gross. It's all just gross. Agreed. But you know, and again, you know, I'm here. I'll watch every game every Saturday. I'm there for it. I don't care about that stuff doesn't affect me, but just as a human being, can they stay there for the whole world? Well, the question would be, let me ask you, what would happen now with LSU? See if I'm being recruited. And Brian Kelly comes to my house and says, I want you to come to LA. I'd be like, you? You just bolted on your team midseason. You think I'm gonna trust you and come play for you? So I would meet personally, I might have an issue with that. That should hurt them with recruiting. Now, probably won't, but I don't know from my perspective. Yeah, I mean, I don't know if it's 17 or 18 year old is thinking that way. That's fair. There's just thinking LSU. Oh my God, you're famous and rich, yeah, what the hell help me out?.

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Binnington rebounds, Blues rally to beat Lightning 4-3 in SO

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Binnington rebounds, Blues rally to beat Lightning 4-3 in SO

"Right right around around the the scores scores the the only only shootout shootout goal goal to to give give the the blues blues a a four four to to three three come come from from behind behind win win over over the the light light to to get get enterprise enterprise center center Tampa Tampa Bay Bay let let three three nothing nothing after after one one period period on on goals goals by by Anthony Anthony so so really really Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Eric Eric chair chair like like the the parent parent at at your your end end goals goals come come five five seconds seconds apart apart which which is is a a franchise franchise record record for for the the shortest shortest path path between between goals goals in in lightning lightning history history St St Louis Louis rallied rallied on on goals goals from from all all Riley Riley Logan Logan brown brown and and I'm I'm a a barber barber shop shop to to force force the the extra extra session session Jordan Jordan bidding bidding team team would would win win in in that that Brian Brian Elliott Elliott makes makes his his fourth fourth start start of of the the season season for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay and and takes takes the the loss loss Mike Mike Reeves Reeves St St Louis Louis

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Fresh update on "brian" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:46 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brian" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Plus traffic and weather on the fours on the way after ABC News at 7 o'clock We're on the ABC News I'm Daria albinger Prosecutors say he acted with intent Now the teenage suspect in a deadly shooting at a Michigan high school faces murder and other charges In Oakland county Michigan say there were no threats against Oxford high school before Tuesday shooting but sheriff Michael Bouchard says the school did have contact with the suspected shooter for behavior they felt was concerning In fact the parents were brought in the morning of the shooting and had a face to face meeting with the school The suspect 15 year old Ethan crumbly has been charged as an adult a judge ordered him held at a county jail without bond Brian Clark ABC News You must honor the subpoena but we can't make you talk That's basically what the house January 6th committee is telling former Trump justice official Jeffrey Clark who now says he'll sit for a deposition but he will cite his constitutional right against self incrimination Mister Clark believes that answering questions about his discussions with president Trump and others could incriminate him and he therefore wishes to invoke privilege on that basis The committee would certainly consider that Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney says if Clark doesn't show up though the house could vote to hold him in contempt of Congress The U.S. has its first confirmed case of the omicron COVID variant It's in California The traveler returned to the San Francisco area from South Africa on Monday November 22nd Three days before Thanksgiving And two days ago the person reporting mild symptoms and is now recovering That person was fully vaccinated with Moderna but was not yet due for a booster shock ABC's mat gutmann The CDC is directing airlines to provide it with names and contact information for all passengers who arrived in the U.S. from Southern Africa since November 29th Another guilty plea in the college admissions cheating scandal.

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LSU hires Kelly away from Notre Dame to be Tigers next coach

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

LSU hires Kelly away from Notre Dame to be Tigers next coach

"The the Brian Brian Kelly Kelly R. R. at at Notre Notre Dame Dame is is coming coming to to a a close close after after Kelly Kelly agreed agreed to to a a deal deal to to become become the the next next football football coach coach at at LSU LSU the the sixty sixty year year old old Kelly Kelly will will make make the the jump jump to to the the SEC SEC after after guiding guiding sixth sixth ranked ranked Notre Notre Dame Dame to to eleven eleven and and one one season season under under Kelly Kelly the the fighting fighting Irish Irish appeared appeared in in the the college college football football playoff playoff in in two two of of the the last last three three seasons seasons Kelly Kelly leaves leaves as as the the winningest winningest coach coach in in Notre Notre Dame Dame history history with with a a one one hundred hundred thirteen thirteen and and forty forty record record in in twelve twelve seasons seasons he he replaces replaces ed ed Orgeron Orgeron who who Ellis Ellis you you agreed agreed to to part part ways ways with with despite despite winning winning a a national national championship championship in in two two thousand thousand nineteen nineteen I'm I'm captain captain cool cool bar bar

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Brian Mudd: The 1619 Project Is the Catalyst of Critical Race Theory in Schools

Mark Levin

00:59 min | 5 d ago

Brian Mudd: The 1619 Project Is the Catalyst of Critical Race Theory in Schools

"In education Understanding where the battle is being fought Critical race theory has of course been an inflection point within this entire debate And it is very much a thing Critical race theory goes back many decades The first published work 1993 The actual book called critical race theory published in 2001 But what by and large has made its way into our schools And in some cases our classrooms has not been critical race theory by name And that's the way that far too many are addressing this particular issue The single greatest catalyst though you've got to be mindful of right now is the 1619 Project Course the work that goes back a few years ago put forward by a New York Times writer advanced by the Pulitzer center As it won a Pulitzer Prize which subsequently got it into our

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Brian Mudd: Ask Your Schools Explicitly if The 1619 Project Is Being Taught

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 5 d ago

Brian Mudd: Ask Your Schools Explicitly if The 1619 Project Is Being Taught

"We got to take back education And you start doing that by rooting out the Marxism that's in there And so for example as I mentioned a lot of people think critical race theory and say you know is critical race theory being taught and you might have educators to come back and say you know it's not The question is for example is the 1619 Project inside the school library Has anything been assigned with it Is it being taught These are the questions to begin to ask Having a realization that even the teacher seems nice 80% of public school teachers are members of a teacher's union It doesn't mean that all 80% are a problem It means that they contribute to being part of a problem at a minimum and very well may be And so we need to have our eyes open about them as well And what they are willing to do and to teach and to ask questions to get engaged these are all the important elements as we take step by step our country back

Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 5 d ago

Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms

"That's the opportunity here and that's why it's our job to educate And to take the opportunity and part of the education is of course by bringing about good candidates We have to have as we're heading into a midterm election cycle candidates that will bring about Reagan style values That will lead not just to win an election because your point Jimmy is well taken If you go back just four years ago what did we have Donald Trump as president of the United States and Republicans and control of Congress And what ultimately did that get us Yes it worked on certain issues for a window of time But what it didn't do was stop the movement by the left that you're talking about and they have been playing the generational game Let's not forget Marxism It goes back a little ways Karl Marx and gone for a long time right And certainly when you take a look at the major catalyst of the modern Marxist movement fingerprints all over the lensky ice of the 60s rolls for radicals Can remember if you don't have Mark Levin's book American Marxism absolutely should This would be a good gift For someone who's still trying to figure it out it's a little bit younger As an aside But that is what has it And now it's our job because it's not okay Biden sucks therefore I'm a Reagan conservative You have to have politicians that lead like Reagan did The policy has to be right

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Brian Mudd: Joe Biden's Low Approval Among Young Voters Is a Generational Opportunity for Republicans

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 5 d ago

Brian Mudd: Joe Biden's Low Approval Among Young Voters Is a Generational Opportunity for Republicans

"If you go back and really take a look at the data he's been underwater with voters under the age of 34 since early June But you might imagine that the real falling out that's happened here of late That's been driven by the youngest voters These vaccine mandates I do think they play a meaningful role here You know vaccination rates are lowest wear Their lowest youngest And it stands to reason that those who've opted not to obtain a vaccine for their own health reasons and considerations up to now Don't take kindly to being threatened with their careers when they're just starting to make their way in the world And take care of their family grow a family And so what actually is happening here Is a generational opportunity It's a generational opportunity And it's a generational opportunity for Republicans if they get this right You know I'm the real life walking talking Alex B Keaton You know you take a look at the 80s and in loving Reagan was a thing It was a thing for millions in my generation He is the primary reason That those of us that were products of the 80s the gen xers tend to be more conservative than boomers or

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EXPLAINER: Trio guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery. What now?

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

EXPLAINER: Trio guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery. What now?

"What now for the three white men convicted of murder in the death of a model armory Travis McMichael his father Greg a neighbor William Roddy Brian all face a mandatory sentence of life in prison after a modeler Bree was shot dead in Georgia the judge will decide whether the men ever have a chance of parole there's no sentencing date yet the judge said he wanted to give both sides time to prepare the net Michael's plan to appeal the verdicts Brian's lawyer says he plans to file new legal motions after thanksgiving separately federal authorities have charged a man with hate crimes saying they chased and killed armory because he was black that case is scheduled to go to trial in February I'm ready to fall lay

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James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

"And rush would he had a famous kind of Christmas series he would do and a famous Thanksgiving series he would do. Talk to us more about the man of that rush was just his optimism doing three hours of radio a day. I could say from personal experience, two hours is a lot. He would do three hours almost no gas collars on only one day open line Friday. Just talk to us about the man. How much prep did he put in? How much study did he do? Tell us from your inside perspective. I'd be so fascinated by that. Rush never stopped working. And this was his work ethic was was astounding. Russia would get to the studio at 8 o'clock in the morning or 8 30 ish. And prep right up until the time of the show. So three hours. Wow. Okay. But, but it didn't end there. After he left the studio, sometimes we'd be around the three of us that were there in there with him during the chinsky. Austin Agra Russia stenographer and Brian Johnson, his engineer in Florida. We have another engineer in New York, Mike ramone who's been with us for 30 years, over 30 years. And if we stayed around the studio, about 40 minutes after he left, Russia's printer would start firing off. What stories for the next day? And it could go on and on and on. He would take a break. I don't know saying he worked around the clock, but he really did work all the time. He said, he used to say show prep, life is show prep. Life is show prep. And he brought so many things of interest to the show, things that interested him. But more to the point to me was this was a man that studied this medium. He wanted to be a broadcaster at age 6. At age 6, he had a little toy that was put out. I think by remco or one of the toy companies where you can broadcast inside your house. So he had the microphone he had his toy set rigged up and would broadcast to his mother. He knew what he wanted to do from the time he was a

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All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting all three men charged in amat R. breeze death are convicted of murder the three white men charged in the death of Ahmad Arbury outside the Georgia port city of Brunswick were convicted of murder Wednesday you have heard the verdicts read where these your verdicts then and are these your verdicts now yes I sound courtesy of court TV your respond regnant Michael his son Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian guilty after about ten hours of deliberation the McMichael's grab guns and pursued the twenty five year old armory in their pickup as he ran through their neighborhood in February twenty twenty Brian joined the pursuit in his pickup and on cellphone video recorded Travis McMichael fatally shooting armory the men face minimum sentences of life in prison and it will be up to Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley whether the sentences come with or without the possibility of parole hi Mike Rossi up

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Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:25 min | Last week

Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

"Jerome Powell's going back to the fed I am both relieved and not relieved, but it's better than what it could have been, Brian, but what do you think of the move? Yeah, well, it is better than what it could have been thrown palace. Led the fed this far. I think he's created inflation, but at least the fed is moving towards tapering, which means buying fewer bonds every month. They shouldn't be buying any, by the way. And then they will raise rates late next year. Early 2023 and so yes, I was amazed that he was reappointed because my feeling my feeling was that him talking about tapering Jerome Powell that is and Jerome Powell saying he wanted to raise rates. I thought that would get him canned. Raising rates certainly sent didn't do it. It surprised the market, too, and it had a minor sell off, not a big sell off, but it was it wanted easy money forever. Because investors do. They know that inflation is good for stocks. Everyone with their equity money and says, oh, sure, print more money. My stocks will go up. You know, Brian, when we were together in Atlanta, you explained to people, we have a 130% more money in the system than we did two years ago. And last of the same number of goods. I read an extended piece this week that the former national security adviser ambassador Robert O'Brien sent to me about we're just not producing what we produced two years ago because of COVID. And we have a 130% more money. Of course we're going to have inflation, and by the way, it's not 6%. It's double digits, according to this analyst. That's exactly right. We did the worst combination of policies that you could do for a market based system to create wealth in the past 24 months. By shutting down the economy, locking down, we destroyed information, supply chains. Because supply chains are just information. I mean, you think about it. There are rock solid rock rip truck drivers in America who are driving across the country to bring liberals in New York City, whatever they

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Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

"A medical examiner in Florida has determined the cause of death for the boyfriend of slain travel blogger Gabby potato officials say Brian laundry who was found dead last month in a swampy Florida nature preserve shot himself in the head the Sarasota county medical examiner says it was suicide an attorney for his family says Chris and Roberta are still mourning the loss of their son and are hopeful these findings bring closure to both families laundry had been the subject of a manhunt as investigators search for clues in the slaying of his girlfriend Gabby potato in Wyoming during their cross country band trip laundry was named a person of interest in her strangulation death but he wasn't charged a warrant was issued for his use of her bank card after the twenty two year old woman was reported missing hi

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 Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last week

Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

"The sharks scored an overtime goal by Alexander bye barn off to beat the hurricanes two to one Tomas Hertl with the assist to set up the game winning goal ending Carolina's four game win streak Santos he hadn't scored a goal in a hundred thirty five minutes and thirty eight seconds until Kevin Labanc tied up at one in the second period James Reimer made twenty two saves for the win the hurricanes only goals by defenseman Tony deangelo Carolina is eight one and one on the road this season Brian Lee Aung San Jose

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Black Americans see biased system in Rittenhouse verdict

AP News Radio

01:07 min | Last week

Black Americans see biased system in Rittenhouse verdict

"The defense is celebrating its win in the acquittal of eighteen year old Kyle Rittenhouse but there have been mixed reactions to the verdict in Kenosha Wisconsin well written houses supporters were outside the courthouse cheering after the team was declared not guilty in two killings and the wounding of a third racial justice protester Brian Lesko was there from Los Angeles but the Reverend Jesse Jackson said it sends a signal it's open season on human rights demonstrators carrion Swarts boyfriend Joseph Rosen bomb was one of those killed and one person's life for two persons lives a matter that none of our lives matter is heard and W. I. S. N. T. V. there were comparisons to the treatment of Jacob lake a black man shot and paralyzed by police and Rittenhouse president Biden said he along with many Americans are feeling angry and concerned but I stand by what the jury has concluded former president trump congratulated Rittenhouse calling it a case of self defense I'm Jackie Quinn

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Defense attorneys rest their cases at Ahmaud Arbery trial

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Defense attorneys rest their cases at Ahmaud Arbery trial

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting defense attorneys rested their cases at the Ahmad armory trial the defense rested in the trial of three white men charged with the murder of Ahmad armory on February twenty third twenty twenty in their coal still Georgia neighborhood the shooter Travis but Michael testified for the second consecutive day Thursday saying he approached armory because neighbors indicated something had happened down the road and he wanted to ask armory about it that was the person that I assume that was committing the crime that was the problem solvers in Travis Mike Michael his father Greg McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian who recorded the shooting on cell phone video are charged in the case Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley scheduled closing arguments for Monday hi Mike Rossio

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Jenna Ellis Shares One of Her Favorite Eric Stories

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | Last week

Jenna Ellis Shares One of Her Favorite Eric Stories

"Jenna Ellis welcome to the Eric metaxas show and thanks for being my guest today. So great to join you Alban. And you know it's so much fun about this is that Eric isn't here, so we can talk about him. And I think that, you know, that would be just an entirely fun hour to just talk about everything Eric. And I am actually in the Italian Riviera, but the Disney World version of that. And I have to tell you one of my favorite stories about Eric really quick because oh yeah, totally. Ish. Yeah, so we were at a conference in Orlando last year and maybe it was earlier this year. I don't even remember. You know, the time this year is flown by so fast. But we were at a conference speaking together in Orlando. We were meeting some of our good friends from Liberty University, shout out to Brian health and vine. Malachi and some of the guys. And so I'm going out to meet them. And of course we're going to Disney springs to get food because that's like one of the best places in Orlando. So Eric is texting me like, hey, what are you guys doing? We want to get food and I was like, yeah, come downstairs, maybe just in the lobby. He had no idea where we were going. So he comes down to the lobby thinking we're just all like hanging out at the hotel. And I'm like, get in the Uber and he's like, where are we going? So I'm trying to describe to him the amazing magical experience that is Disney springs in this Uber on the way. And he tells this story now where he's like, we went on this death march. It was like 5 miles into the wilderness of this mall. And he just goes on and he's a much better storyteller than me. But the bottom line is I took Eric metaxas to Disney springs. We had a very happy magical time. Did not get a picture with Mickey ears, but that's my goal for next time. And that was one of my favorite stories from America because he talks about hiking through Disney springs with me having no idea where he's going. We had a

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Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

The Dan Bongino Show

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

"Now Here's this Catherine rampal from The Washington Post I mean this is just comical She's on Brian stelter's show the coffee boy there And stouter of course it's just a great scene doesn't understand any of this though right But she's talking about inflation and comically states that Joe Biden has almost no control on what happens with inflation which is really weird because let me read this to you This is an actual headline I'm not trying to be funny I'm not trying to be silly This is an actual New York Post headline Steve Nelson November 10th 2021 Biden concedes his COVID stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation President Biden wins they conceded that inflation's at a three decade high because quote people have more money now as a result of his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus legislation recognizing essential point made by people who are arguing against a nearly $2 trillion sequel So just to be clear folks Joe Biden himself is now admitting because his lies have become untenable Joe Biden is now admitting that his decision to engage in this bill is the so called infrastructure bill which is really a poor deal spill right Is causing the inflation crisis because they had to print a lot of money to pay for it But here's the media bringing the righty Jim get very Brown get Mariano out of the bullpen and her Sandman bring the right hand No I love Marietta comparing him to these idiots It's an insult to the great Mariano right Bring it we gotta think of a really bad reliever in the past Bring in There we go there's a Rivera was one of the good guys Think of like bringing turd Ferguson out of the bullpen Bring it to the right Turn Ferguson time Here he comes out of the bullpen We have Ricky Vaughn before they put the glasses on Just a bit outside Here they are Here's the media to the rescue out of the bullpen Catherine rampal say no Biden's got nothing to do with it despite the fact Biden already admitted that their printing a bunch of money has a lot to do with it Check this out My general view about all of this is that the media Republicans and now The White House are laboring under the collective delusion that the president can do something about prices that the president controls prices That is incorrect And yet that is the premise of so much news coverage right now whether it's Fox News or other right wing coverage talking about hashtag Biden or saying you know why is Biden not doing more about gas prices or even more ostensibly more neutral or objective news organizations asking officials at The White House Why aren't you doing something about inflation He is all ready admitted the

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"brian" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"brian" Discussed on How I Built This

"But I guess the other thing I would say just about luck, absolutely luck played a big role in coinbase. I mean, there were certain moments early on in our history where if a coin had flipped the other way, we might not be here. I think we got very lucky with the timing of when the company decided to launch and when crypto decided to grow. I think that I kind of just kept trying and things until eventually one of them hit, right? Which is it's a way of unifying those two ideas. It's definitely a lot of luck when it works. But if you just keep trying, you can kind of make your own look. That's Brian Armstrong, cofounder, and CEO of coinbase. Recently, Forbes ranked Brian number one on its crypto rich list. Magazine estimated his net worth to be more than 6 and a half $1 billion. By the way, there's so much suspicion around cryptocurrency. Why do they call it crypto? An encrypto just sounds so dodgy in secret, like what do they call it like transparency currency or something like that? You know, it's funny because in the early days, I had always thought about that too, and I was like, we should call it digital currency. Digital currency sounds better than crypto, but you know, you can't control these things, like the Internet and the memes of the world. They just spread, you know, and they get away from you sometimes. So that's what it ended up being called. Hey, thanks so much for listening to the show this week. If you're not yet a subscriber, please do subscribe wherever you get your podcasts..

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"brian" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"brian" Discussed on How I Built This

"Hey, welcome back to how I built this. I'm guy raz. So it's mid 2012. Brian Armstrong launches his cryptocurrency startup coinbase and users start to sign up. And he's going through the Y Combinator program solo because things didn't work out with his first partner Ben. So Brian is still searching for a cofounder and he reaches out to a number of different people, but finding the right fit? Is not easy. You know, I was kind of scarred honestly from this cofounder, search process. I was like, oh my gosh, you know, try to meet so many people and it never seemed to work out. Maybe I'm just resigned to being a solo founder, and that's my lot in life. And so I was like, let me just keep making progress on the business. So I went through the Y Combinator program, solo, we went out and I tried to raise a seed round after that. And I got a lot of no 9 nose for every one yes, but I managed to scrape together a 600 K, seed round. And then I was in the early stages of trying to launch the buy feature on coinbase. And lo and behold, the right person reached out to me. Which happened to be Fred erson. And he reached out called just over email. I had been putting out the prototype for coinbase on an I think he saw it on Reddit. He had posted it on Reddit on a Bitcoin board. Yeah. And by the way, I think there's an important lesson I've told a lot of people this, which is to how to find the right cofounder..

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Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

"The capital's role to a six one win over the penguins in Sidney Crosby's return to the Pittsburgh lineup garnet Hathaway of getting his nets off Conor Sheary Daniel Sprong and Tom Wilson each had a goal and an assist in the caps fourth win in a row Wilson says they never let up their team that if you give them an inch they they can get back in and they can make you pay so we wanted to stay on top of the specially going into the third Alex of that's gonna added two assists and VTech vantage check handle twenty four shots for Washington the penguins got Crosby and defenseman Brian dumoulin back from the NHL's cove in nineteen protocol Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan also is back from protocol but the pens didn't score after J. cancels first period tally I'm Dave Ferrie

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"brian" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

01:52 min | Last month

"brian" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Asian, you know? It's gonna ruin your home like native thing. It's going on right now. And then the 23 year old says I'm straight. Oh no. Fuck. I was like, damn, I have to like go circle back to like everything. Get your hair. Yeah. You have to get rid of the leather jacket. Yeah. What did you like start talking more about like being indigenous and kind of like opening up everything else in your life? I mean something click? Yeah, I think it's because I just got more comfortable on stage. And I was like, because I was fighting that urge early on, I think, 'cause I was like, I know my joke writing isn't there yet. But I do want to talk about these things, but I couldn't I knew it wasn't gonna be good. And I knew it by bombed with it enough, I would lose confidence to actually talk about it. I think that's a smart way to do it. Because I think a lot of Asian communities or whatever, they'll be like, I don't want to talk about this thing. They go when they try to talk about it. They don't have they're not up there yet. And then they fuck up with it. And then two things happen. They lose confidence, but then other people will be like, oh, that's such a hack thing. Right, you know what I'm saying? But I think it's smart for you to wait. You have the good instinct to like, I'm gonna wait until I'm a little better. Because I feel like I do if I do like flip through an old notebook or I think I found something on my computer from like 20 12, 2013 or something. It wasn't even like a joke, but it was just like me like journaling, sadly. And then I'm like, wait, this is actually kind of funny. I forget what it is I was talking about when I was it was like deep, but funny. It was like something that I would talk about now. What's weird is like, so back then, you know, we had our Asian raider up and we're like, Brian, is Asian bahi. Japanese, 'cause content of Val concentration. Bahi Abe bahi, whatever. But we also wanted to claim me because they were so few Asian comedians. So we need Brian. You're part of the team now. You're still a part of the team. I don't know. I don't know. I wasn't invited to.

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"brian" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:43 min | Last month

"brian" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"It was the pioneering days we had to learn. learn what to do learn. Yeah so And you could hear jesse. Because i forget episodes you showed up in but eventually showed up and then So that's out there. The geek quorum is also available on Podcast an it's on youtube as well if you look decorum we have. I think i don't know how many episodes We do every episode of the mandolin. What sometimes we do a couple of as a kind of a pack bunch. You know like you're saying because it's just again too hard to do them all at once Every week released for me. Because i'm not a fulltime youtuber. Not even close right. We kind of haven't done in a while or at least i haven't edited them on a while so it it's not a full season two yet but if you wanna watch some of them and again those especially the first one's really rough so maybe skip if you get some more a little better but And then as far as like if you want to contact me or other. People do the podcast. Our podcast. emails. Always been the same for god. Thirteen fourteen fifteen years now. And that's the g corum gmail.com g. q. R u m. very nice. Very nice sir. I appreciate it I cannot tell you how much fun this was. Just a catch up into dwell and yes an awesome. You must have bruce springsteen question for me the you say you're gonna ask me about yes i was i was i was gonna I didn't know if you've done the homework. So yes we're all right so if you are Back a collective or quorum person. You're like what. Brian is on a new podcast. I have to listen to this I end every with this question. And j armstrong is an honors english teacher in the philadelphia area. He just recently retired but every year he would have his seniors Honors english class in two days looking at the song thunder road listening to the song reading the lyrics talk about the imagery and at the end of the two days. He would ask us class this mary get in the car. That was your homework brian. So does mary getting the car. Well knowing that there's this legacy of previous answers is really intimidating. Because i don't know what they are what they said but You know it's kind of it's it's a bit like his cat okay. So there's there's An unknown state of of what happens in with a song like this with Not not being able to enter that state. You can't observe it for yourself to see exactly what happens which is part of what makes it so good to speculate about as it is for that but you can infer some things walls From the lyrics from the performance. And from what i gathered The singer The wind telling this woman to come with him. it's mary with them We'll call him bruce. He's definitely going somewhere he is going. That's to me is clear. The question is whether she is and the thing is what i gather from the lyrics. And what we what he says about her when he says about the town is that she doesn't have much to live for in that town so.

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"brian" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

05:02 min | Last month

"brian" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Hey peeps. I am uber excited. I have an incredible repeat guest. He's one my faves because we talk deep about social media and basically the psychology behind it. His name is brian kinghorn and he's an associate professor at marshall university of education and he spends a lot of time thinking and talking about social media. So brian how you doing man. I'm doing well. Thanks brian how are you doing. I'm doing well..

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"brian" Discussed on The High Functioning Hotspot

The High Functioning Hotspot

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"brian" Discussed on The High Functioning Hotspot

"What the hell. why you. You're my brightest kid and you don't want to come to school you don't wanna do to work. You can do this work so easily. Come so easy to you but you know you rather go hang out in the hallways like what's wrong with brian. Like you know you have potential you you have you have so much. They will pull me to the size they look. I don't say this to all my kid. You have potential to go be somebody great and it always stuck. Stay with me in the back of my mind but you know i. I love the streets too. Much i love. I love the street light. I love that the lore of the streets was too much rape but it was interesting..

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"brian" Discussed on There I Was...

There I Was...

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"brian" Discussed on There I Was...

"And i was able to deal with it because i understood how the fuel injection system in the continental engine works ad was able to make decisions based on my understanding. And therefore if i can teach you more about how this fuel system works and you encounter a similar situation you'll be able to go through the same troubleshooting process and hopefully produce a better result as a result that sounds a great lesson. Learn is understanding the systems of your airplane. What are some of the other lessons learned from this. That the rest of us can take away brian. Well i think the biggest one is no your airplane and no it. Well don't be afraid to go..

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"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"I would say last gentlemen in moscow or gentlemen moscow and we're tolls one more book hesitation ones amy compliment. Mc humira commie. Someone wants to know if you read mira commies first person singular and if so let your favorite short story is what. I'd read some of those stories when they were in magazines and stuff I loved it though. I i read it straight. I read the stories again. I don't i can't tell you which story stories my favorite. I don't remember the titles. It's weird. I don't remember the titles somehow but of course i read it. I'm the only book of more of murakami's i have not read. I think the only one i haven't read is the woman to q one q eight four or whatever that is. I haven't read that book corden bay for ronnie right. It's a great question. Corby why. I just think it's slightly sweeter i don't know i like it better and they interesting like trauma drama. Great why it's saltier okay. Yea Two final questions. How did he become a close reader or viewer is an acquired talent or natural ability. Both obsession that's just obsession in my case like i mean yes. I learned about the construction and everything in college. Some level you know tried barely turn the papers in but I think because you want that as a language like i love having that language so why does something work. i mean. that's that's curiosity right that's You watch something. It draws you in you watch it again and then to conversation for me. I might not really know all the various things that i think i journal. So maybe something else in journal but basically the conversation watch something and then as i start to talk about it with somebody. That's when i in making my arguments. I suddenly realize who i watched this thing really close. They remember all the words. And i remember what the director did in this. And then i'll go back and then like after a conversation i love going back and Watching something again and then challenging. What my feeling was i would have a hard time being like a really close reader of something that i didn't care about. I could do it. But i wouldn't enjoy it last question. You're heading into game seven in the nba playoffs. One of these guys on your team. Which one do you choose. Dominique wilkins are bernard. Oh yeah we're gonna do one more f. b. Tell you why here's the thing. A person asked. This question knows what is impossible question to answer. because i'm friends with dominique wilkins. Oh okay and dominique and bernard and bernard basically my favorite player of all time. After so. i'm not gonna i one. I'm not gonna pick bernard and make dominique feel bad too. I can't say dominique. And then do that to bernard king and so that question is going to remain asking who your favorite child. Herman on answered that question questions. Going to remain okay fine. I do final question favorite new york day my favorite ever in new york or like your ideal new york. I'm going to say when we all went to see the gates. Oh my god. I was thinking about that the other day. Yes watching the gates jean. Claude and christo's gates get built and not knowing and walk into the park so we why are these things here. What are these like stands like. What's this flat and thinking. It was gonna be bullshit when i heard about it then and then suddenly it was there i could cry right now is the most for that. He is well. It was the most beautiful thing i've ever seen in my life and the four of us went a few different times and walked through one day with snow once without snow. And just like if. I close my eyes and i think about the orange ing of central park and is being so little you guys being little but getting it you guys got it you know and We have one little tiny piece of one of the flags that they sold an and the apartment. Still on your desk near my desk in a You know cork board and Sometimes they'll just like touch with that little flag it'll bring me right back to that moment and everything like Grand stunt it was a crazy example of something working. It was a bizarre kind of art but for me that in hamilton might be sort of like the great surprising pieces of art that showed up during my lifetime and The fact that all four of us got to go and see the gates and experience in and think about it. I mean that is the amazing thing about the time we lived in being in being in new york luckily like mom and i each marrying a person who is good for each other. Having a family talked about this stuff the uv that day is a combination of many good choices coming together. I mean not again not so yes sure but it just like i just remember being there and all of us you were so little but all of us having the sense of wonder together and that's a hard that's a hard data top beautiful. All right. listen everybody and by the way it took them thirty years to get cleared. Everything i talk about the gates talk about people being told something impossible and you never felt they were operating from a place of fuck you they were operating completely from a place of this is going to be magical and beautiful and you're gonna love it and that's a great this is gonna be magical and beautiful and you're gonna love it because i love. It is a great place to do art from I hope this was useful and informative anna. You're the greatest. I love you. thank you for doing. Find me apparant album and on twitter k. Gmail.com anna is on twitter at twitter anymore and twitter and yet i guess don't those don't go with the furnace. Well yeah i if you wanna find it. I met anna koppelman and We'll see next time on the moment thanks thanks..

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"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

04:01 min | 4 months ago

"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"But let me go on record speaking of music so named david collins. Who's a seventeen year old in michigan. One wants to know if you could interview any music artists dead or alive. Who would it be. Don't try to out think this. Why don't you answer that question. Yes if we don't over. Think bob dylan michael. Stipe is my dream guests for the podcast because that seems within the realm of the universe of the possible since two members of rem had been on the podcast. That said If i could. Sit down with bob dylan. I've met him But we didn't have any kind of conversation and as you know we had Jacob deal on the show and we talked about this a little bit. Jacobs been a friend for very long time. But if i could sit and talk to bob dylan and ask him. I wonder if i. I don't know if i'd actually really be able to formulate questions. I mean quentin was a good standing for that no way because i was able to really talk to him on the other hand i know him. We've corresponded. We've spent real time together before i've had. I had enough time to get over the fact holy simpson quentin tarantino whereas bob has meant so much to me for so long and i. He's like an alien life form. I think so. If i don't really think that but i mean i kind of think it and so But yeah i. I don't even know where. I began to ask him questions. But i would have to say. Yeah i would have to say bob dylan and you know what i'll even. Oh i would love to talk to jay z. About how later in life. He made the four four four album. Which i think is one of the best last five years. And i listened to all the time and i think jay z. Super genius and i would love. There's so many things like to ask him also i end because we're closer to the same age and we have friends in common. And i didn't grow up as a little kid listening to him. I think as possible. I'd be able to keep it together. More relic lou reed. That'd be amazing to. Of course i mean that was one of the. Yes i mean if he were alive cushman's data alive famous very difficult to journalists very difficult to talk to like a real dick But yeah i would love to talk to him about the different periods of his career. I'd love to talk about how whatever his regrets are about. His personal interactions. I would love to talk to him about where he fits in ferment. I mean joni would be great to talk to paul. simon Would be an incredible conversation. I think i've tried to get sheryl crowe on the podcast. She's another person who's works. Meant the tremendous amount to me and then he was listening to know cheryl reach out a ano- up here do i love talking about. Yeah and who Who've i had a very at least one maybe two really important like conversation hang out have a beer ale talk life with eve had some blue moons with me. That's my daughter anna. She's twenty one. And i talked in the past about us being in the country together driving and getting some blue moon and coming back and sitting up and talking about life together and look. I love blue moon..

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"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

07:41 min | 4 months ago

"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Chandler's playing him in the show and reading the book. I just suddenly started getting so excited about all the things that it was about the story the narrative itself compelling but then as i started like thinking about what it said and i don't talk too much about this stuff now because there will be plenty of time to really talk about this but in terms of what it is but suddenly what it meant and the reasons for it and where it fit in society but and that's all sort of like intellectual more than that it was. Oh this seems like to dive into this. Seems like it's going to make me like really glad to open final draft document. Like i want to talk about this. I wanna think about this. I want to imagine what these characters would do. And so that sort of fire gets lit and when that fire gets lit and it could get lit in little ways like little fires can get lit. But if one keeps going and growing inside internally. That's a great way to know that. I'm working on the right thing and then as far as you know look i just went and walked through the stages that were building where When i walked you through were building and Looking at it getting built. This new world is looking to do this stuff for a living. And you want to be. Somebody got to tell stories on On film or on television and that's the dozen excite you. It's time to kind of hang it up. I love the idea of getting to work with new people. Like i love. We're still making billions right now. The show billions. And that's man. That i l of everything about making that show and then on top of that to be able to do something with a new creative group of people also and You always learn about yourself. You learn about the way like tell stories and And opening a document and starting to write writing scenes is still like something. That's is still something that feels like magic to me like i was working writing billions today. Actually some scenes from billions last night and today. And i had the conscious thought as i was. I was sitting on the couch and This place that. I'm staying at a record player and i put on the first stray cats album and that was playing as i was working and i had the thought like okay. This is still my happy place. My happy place even now fifty five years old and having made so much stuff over twenty five years the having a document open and making characters talk and getting lost. Inside of that world is still thrilling to me and and so with super pump. There's even a whole new world to. I saw you tweeting last night. About the record player. I was wondering if you're tweeting about it because people are asking about it in your asking me anything but it seems like you were just writing and listening to records or you mean why Well somebody wrote in and asked. I bet you have an incredible record collection. Tell us about it or why you don't. Oh that's great. No what happened. Is this place that i happen to be staying. Has this incredible record player. And i'm a huge chuck berry fan and the person who's house. This is a chuck album so put that on which was great but then it made me start thinking about vinyl and how much i loved it. What a humongous lead. Just enormous part of my life. Vinyl it was records my room. My child groom anna was just covered with records. Everywhere i didn't we didn't grow up with record. Yeah you were never a big like vinyl is better guy. No because i made the change like at a certain point. I had to let that go and i did let it go. I felt i had to let it go. And because i did mass this huge collection of records and then it was like vermont. It's as you know. We moved many times in the beginning of our marriage. Right and you're gonna take auto especially because there were all had already had cds and cds and digital audio tapes had replaced them. But there's a thing that happens when you listen to records that. I just had sort of i guess. If i had sat down to think about it i would have known but the rituals regarding meaning you look at the record. You read the back you take the record out of its inner sleeve. You look at it and make sure it's not too dusty. You see there on scratches on it. You put it down and the other thing. Let it play you gently Put the arm and stylists down on on the record as it starts to play but the other thing about albums that had side one inside to in a very clear way if they were really built to have a certain flow. The artist always thought a lot. About what the first song should be. The last song would be on side one with the first song or beyond side too because these are these big kind of reset moments but also it forces you to listen because the side one ends you have to get up go and this was considered a drag right. Weather cd made it that. You don't have to go and turn over the album to keep hearing it. But i liked the fact that the music kind of calls to you and you have to focus on it you have to pay attention to it and get up and turn it over and then you put side to want and then that starts playing and you really start listening to that and it. It demands the attention that the artists have earned. I think and look. I love getting in my car. Plug in the phone and being able to listen to all the music in the whole world but i went and i bought a couple of albums and i yesterday and i decided i was going to be really careful and thoughtful about what albums i was going to buy and i'm not looking to buy expensive rare records. I'm finding by reissues. let it get. I got the stray cats which this great Rockabilly band who. I didn't in their in their time they weren't. I was listening to other music. They weren't my favorite band but I got that and i got some blues records. I've been listened to a lot of blues lately. So i got I got to albert king albums. And i got a clarence gatemouth brown album. Who's an old blues guide. Been dead for a long time. Mom and i actually went and saw him play in the very early nineties and I almost said we went and saw to see him play before he died. But that's certainly yeah from there and And and our kings a scrape blues man. So and his grow. Listen to all these records yesterday and it was really Your loved the way they sound. I mean i'll i'll i'll put a record on tonight. I'm sure you'll be able to experience the whole thing. The first member of our family to get a record player for to play. Taylor swift's no vampire weekend or you got to play the last weekend album. Yeah my twentieth birthday. Something like that like my my friends at school. We have one. That goes a little fast and it is a ritual thing what records are allowed to play my friend. Maria said he's kind of music. Snob won't let us play any livia. Rodriguez on vital. We've been banned from getting meals for vinyl. Yeah it's a whole thing. she's great. Olivia rodrigue i know. Are you sure. Maria wants to be on record about this. I think she'd be happy to be on record about this.

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"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

08:15 min | 4 months ago

"brian" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"I put out the request for questions on this feed and also unsocial social. You guys came through my daughter. Anna compliment is here. She does this with me now. Ask me anything tradition as the that your kids get involved in some way mainly me one time it was also sale. It's you basically you basically do this with me now through an also I know in your private life. You've been doing a bunch of stuff in the podcast biz on your own while you're in your senior year of college. We don't need talk about where or anything but And you got this audio all figured out. So hopefully it'll track and All right so you guys. I i put up with requests for questions and you really came through and oh i did want to start by saying the feedback on the quentin tarantino interview with so great. Keep it coming. I'm so glad that that interview resonated and some of you said and knew that it was clear what it meant to me and how long i'd been sort of shadow preparing like not knowing that i was exactly preparing for this but i was and then it turned out to be i. I had occasion to have dinner with anna and a couple of her friends. One of Media studies major and. she didn't realize but she she didn't i just on the pod and she started just talking about tarantino movies and we got to have this whole conversation and then she realized in the middle of it well she had said to me the night before she was like. I really wanted to debate your about tarantino. So part me assume she knew so. I didn't really say anything and then it was very fun to watch it. All unfold were great commerce. She's brilliant and brilliant. She challenged you on some stuff. It was great. It was really fun. but yes. It was really great because it just so happened. I'd never been more ready very wasn't that moment Let's get into it okay. So the first question. We got an email from somebody that said i wear a bracelet that says proved them wrong and you mentioned on. Pmt about not striving to prove someone wrong or to constantly be out to get revenge and that at some point you'll have to have a motivation. That isn't centered around getting back at someone. I'm paraphrasing so. I guess my question is what motivates you first of all i. There is something so beautifully great about actually wearing a daily basis. So i think those things are so powerful and potent and i. I will say did something like this. Is your the shoes. exactly right. david i trying to get a movie made and it was really proving difficult to get the movie made and i. It was a point in our lives where we felt like we weren't getting a lot of help from our agents or managers These are not the same people who represent us now. And i realized i wanted to try to take some steps every day and at that time nike was doing this thing where you can do personal. Id on your shoes. So i got these ridiculous paint Basketball shoes high tops. And i had them stitch the move solitary man. I had them stitch the name solitary man on the shoes. The shoes like white and pink and then the white area. I had them do it in pink and just choose recovered with the word solitary man. And what did i wear them. Every day and eddie was wear these shoes every day. I would look down at my shoes at one point for my shoes on the desk and sees alterman and no i had to take one step. Do one thing to try to get. The movie made that day like. Hey i can't rely on other people. This is gonna come down to how aggressively i'm gonna try to get the film made and Wearing those shoes day. One of the shoot a picture of me in those shoes. When i went to shoot the movie and it really was so powerful to do that. to have that totem in a way To look at and to represent why this potent white mattered. As far as what motivates somebody look in the beginning trying to prove the people wrong. Who didn't believe in you or who thought you didn't have the talent or who were mean isn't recognize. You like it does get you out of bed in the morning. It can but it never gives an in. The end gave me a sense of completion or satisfaction to do that. Because there's always someone else to prove wrong. Who's another slight you can find. And and so. I try to have a more personal motivation or just be motivated by the work itself which does happen now. you know. I'm four weeks out from starting to shoot the new show super pumped and no part of the motivation to do. This came from a place of resentment or anger or proving. Anybody wrong You know if. I were still looking for that. After how good the last few years have been in so many ways from for me professionally not good with the what everyone in the world suffered through all of us with covert but have i just look at professionally To still pretend they're these obstacles. There's always an obstacle to getting something made. There's because you're trying to you know entice people to spend millions of dollars to make something but it was a story that compelled me. Mike is accent. This book and reading the book excited and i would see. That's the thing right. Instead of being anger excitement enthusiasm curiosity. But do you think that your were able to get to that place. Because you've already proven a lot of the people ron. They do think proving people wrong like a step you had to get to. I think that when you're young it's a way to fortify against self-doubt is to look at the doubters and be like they're wrong because you don't wanna let their doubts in. Yeah i mean look. They're probably some people never felt that they were doing this for that reason. But and it's pro. I mean to be clear. It was never the prime driver meaning at the creative writing even the first movie. It's like david we're trying to prove anybody wrong. Going into the basement in writing that movie but then as the doubts as people express skepticism. You you you do i did. We did churn and use that sort of lack of belief to help. Well i'm not gonna let denby dot jerk be right. I am going to succeed and not let those people. I mean you know the people who are mean to you or to me at summer camp right that motivation you're saying runs out eventually and you need like excitement. I figured that motivation is dangerous to your own sense of peace and harmony. Which is the older. I get the more important. That's because there's always someone new to prove wrong. I don't get into that don't they don't it. It's better to have them give them no power. Basically right is what. I'd say. But i really still salute the bracelet. The bracelets epic Speaking about working on superpower we got a lot of questions asking about. What's your favorite part about starting a new project. Or how do you begin to start a new project. Well if you've been listening to podcasts for awhile and your last answer curiosity. Certainly a part of it like mike is accent. Dave me this book. I didn't know a lot about how uber came too big. I was fascinated by venture capitalists. I had met bill gurley. Who's one of the kyle..

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"brian" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

04:56 min | 6 months ago

"brian" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

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"brian" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"The republicans broadcasting. My name is brian. Kelly virginie's adventure broadcasting from the forest in cottage lake washington. Just outside of seattle. On a russian-made octavia microphone. This is broadcast number one. Sixty six numbered hip on Parlor brian bro. Everyone else. It's the same thing to at brian. Your bro and no reason to name the nameless those who shelby nameless going forward our partners in deception and suppression No reason to mention their company names and promote them anymore They're not they're not our friends so good morning. Let's kick off like you do everyday by thanking god for good health and the ability to be here sharing with you and i i must confess Friends that i have a an inordinate sense of responsibility about today's program. And i don't wanna make hot want to over inflate the importance of of what i do here. But i have I've been looking. I've been digging into this and and it's messy and it's not. it's not just recent. I wish that i could say that You know yeah. This is just one of those things that just happened and it just happened now and it's a one off and But it's not it's not in this goes way back now. This goes back to. And i'm going to take you down the road here. We got one hour. I'm going to try knock this out some talk a little bit at the start set a few things up on a rapid fire through a bunch of clips to just give you a sense of what i'm seeing here and then we'll talk about it a little bit here toward the end. Okay so comments interspersed but there's a lot of stuff that's just background and i'm gonna i'm the work of other people here so But i pulled a lot of it together and so Let's start off with The fact that this there's a lot of this conversation around this idea of a global reset right this plan to completely reset the entire world economy and that sounds like crazy. Talk a little bit right. is you know. So let's find out is a crazy talk. Well let's go all the way back and we're gonna get into the way back machine and we're going to go way back to when this guy. Richard nixon was president. Just take a listen nine. richard. Nixon come on. Just take a listen..

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"brian" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"brian" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"I think it was the the guy who had resigned because of the deal was too lenient for him. One of the attorneys that was involved at that point came forward and said that they were told to leave Epstein alone because he was intelligence. and. So the argument is the belief is that he was allowed to do what he was doing for so long. Because as he was doing it, he was capturing incriminating information. For his employer. Now we don't know who Jeffrey Epstein worked for. We just know that he had a lot of money no one knows where it came from. Are allegations that he was an agent for. Mossad for Israeli, Massad there are allegations that he was an agent for the CIA. Or for mix. It doesn't really matter if he was the agent for any of those things are not the reality is if you had compromising photographs of important people that gives you the way. To, control. Them. and. So in the belief, is that It's likely. That Epstein and his operation was an intelligence operation for purposes of gaining advantage four, whichever agency he worked for, and that's probably I would guess it's probably the CIA is is involved there, and that's part of why he had been as well protected. At least those are my thoughts. We're GONNA get to some debate stuff and your calls right after. This way. This is your keeper Brian Kelly Bureau. Back Welcome back the Republic Uber podcast broadcast wherever it is. Joining. The time my wife doing this I hope it shows. You. It's amateur hour brochures on. Microsoft's earlier and. Kind of laughing at a little bit. Do, seriously, it'll be a lot less fun, right? In the middle of all this serious stuff we find. Stuff to laugh at I keep I keep looking. Screen here with my. Things on the camera and I keep thinking you know nobody ever had a better face for radio than me. Anyway welcome back. You know we don't allow it only try maybe right All the stuff that's going on here I mean I literally looks like we.

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"brian" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"brian" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Telecommuting. The things that could have been done in an email as opposed to a meeting are starting to be done in an e mail as opposed to a meeting We're figuring out how to zoom conference with one another one of the challenges though and this is this is an issue This is something. We're seeing education but also just seeing it in life in general is that there are issues with being able to read somebody's body language and really understand what they're saying when you communicating digitally when you're in a space with somebody your brain unconsciously subconsciously read so many cues about what their intent is and how they're thinking what they're saying to put context to what's going on and that's really hard to To See in a zoom conference. There's a big emotional toll that comes from that because our brains are working in overdrive with the sub-conscious reading and trying to figure out what's going on and so we're we're we're we're struggling with that and there's an emotional toll that can come from connecting online and we have to recognize the bed. Emotional toll is there and that. That's not the only way we should be connecting We don't want to move into a world where everything's in. Vr and the only way we ever connect with people is through a screen because there is that need for the connection the personal connection to be in the same space together. But in the meantime we can use these tools. That are so much better than they were before. Just think of what had happened if this happened. They making eighty s And how little connection? We would have with one another Think about the Spanish flu and the Challenges. They have their In just one hundred years ago the technology of today has certainly helped keep us socially connected even as we are physically distanced. Yeah that's great point. It's made a huge difference in the way that we can communicate. I mean we. We sat down played games with our kids. I mean it just. It's so different than getting together face to face but it doesn't mean you can't get together and I think that's really the key to all of this and to search it out to be part of that community and just engage so Brian. This has been a very positive and uplifting way of looking at the difference between social distancing and physical distancing and I think it gives us hope. That's what we want right. We want hope we can get back to normal someday. But in the meantime we're going to get through this together right. I certainly think we will and we'll come out stronger and I will be really excited to go out and have steak when I'm with you. So Hey Brian thanks again for coming on and dropping some sizzling hot bacon knowledge bombs on my peeps man. You're one of my all time favorite guest because you are so in tune with what's happening in the social world both online offline everything else and I really appreciate you coming on. Insuring your insights. Thank you very much Bryan. I appreciated the opportunity. Well that's it for today's Bacon. Podcast we hope you enjoyed it and learned something today. If you did please go to itunes and give us a review. We appreciate all your feedback and comments if you have any questions go to. Www DOT bacon podcast dot com forward slash questions? And we'll make sure we get those answered for you till next time keep sizzling..

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"brian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"brian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Brian that was your best interview ever but those of us who need comic relief you provided it and that goes at the top of the list to me that was hilarious thank you well we appreciate that I loved it so perfectly fine when I talk to you but like everybody else I'm unemployed and love to play a little live poker when I can I was looking forward to this area new poker room I didn't get to do it however I decided late evening nothing to do I thought about take a walk around the park and I went to I think it's spring mountain and Durango really nice park and now for some reason I'm I have a call you think it's corona virus now let me tell you what I have well here's listen I don't know for sure L. I'm not a doctor I can tell you last week I had a minor cold I have the Sniffles and felt good in a couple days no fever no headache but here's the dangerous thing L. that I will say and this is not my opinion these are doctors everybody has different symptoms you don't have to have a fever to have the corona virus our producer has had a cold last couple days we don't know what we have what I know is that I'm feeling better today and I never felt bad enough to have to go into the hospital that's all I know L. I'm going to struggle and stock up on vitamin C. you think here's what I think you should do and again I'm not a doctor drink a lot of fluids drink a lot of water the second you have a fever you need to go to the hospital okay if you don't have a fever and your your feeling okay you actually feel like your symptoms are not getting worse then I think you'll be okay especially if you have shortness of breath yeah with with a fever correcting you to rush to the hospital that's another step thanks so much thanks to all we appreciate that a great cause yes I forgot about JT you're right I forgot about that the breeding because that's another very dangerous center mostly seemed correct me if I'm wrong with older people but that's what this virus can duty that's why some of the elderly or are getting so sick and and unfortunately some of them are passing away well what it does is that the virus it basically what's your long standing what happens is told a site looking storm which your your new system has an over reaction just kind of a stretcher longs apart from the inside and turns into a very severe pneumonia as a being a call the acute respiratory distress syndrome what's called A. R. D. S. and once that happens if your immune system is already immuno compromised or suppressed then you were very good chance right I'm even with a ventilator so you're gonna DO this entire next segment we're gonna hear from you I know phone lines are full but please keep trying we're gonna take as many calls as we can't accept it that number is seven oh two two five seven five three nine six again that number if you want to be a part of the program is two five seven five three nine six we're gonna get to all your calls on the other side of the break and here's what we want to know personal stories how are you feeling how is this affecting you and your family house in infecting affecting your employment also reaction to the white helmet interview were certainly getting a lot of reaction from that a lot of positive I haven't heard any negative from it only from Wayne but we will take all your calls on the other side of the break so join us again two five seven five three nine six take a quick break be back right after this you are listening to the Vegas take special report will a virus update is the U. S. ready to impose tight restrictions on work and travel nationwide so now we're working with the governors and I don't think you'll I don't think we'll ever find that message to York in California or imposing bans on nonessential work in travel is both states ramp up testing that reveals a wide presence of the virus in those states Congress is debating the scope of a one trillion dollar stimulus as we hear from corresponded money Russia's proposals by one trillion dollars today does have a direct payments to individuals people make up to ninety nine thousand dollars a year individuals will get us some form of payment to most people would get would be twelve hundred dollars individual taxpayers and after seventy five thousand dollar mark it would decrease the president says the U. S. and Mexico will sharply curtail cross border travel to reduce the spread of the virus and the U. is investigating fake medical and personal protection products on the market I'm like more it's time to check the roads from the lead role this report sponsored by up work when you need in demand talent on demand a road closure Warm Springs road still closed at Spencerport ongoing accident investigation in the meantime use an alternate to get around like sunset or windmill also watch for slowing for traffic hazard that was reported on I..

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"brian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"brian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Brian Lehrer on WNYC play excerpts from Martin Luther King event yesterday at the Apollo theater and up next an extended excerpt from my interview with Northwestern University historian out Morris author of books, including the origins of the civil rights movement, and Dr Hazel dukes, president of the New York state NWEA C P conference, we enter this with Dr Morris as we discussed the theme of the event, which was on sung heroes of the civil rights and pre civil rights era. The civil rights movement arose on the foundation, a prior movements. These movements and able the civil rights movement to become a great mass movement. So prior movements making civil rights movement. Possible included the nineteen o five Niagara movement, the NWC protest movement born in one thousand nine hundred ten the nineteen twenties. Garvey movement of the nineteen twenty s the nineteen forty one ballot March on Washington movement. Yes, there was a March on Washington movement before the famous nineteen sixty three March on Washington. And then also what was important to that to the civil rights movement was the nineteen forties. Nonviolent sit in and freedom rats movements that was organized by the congress of racial equality. These unsung heroes and for God movement. They set the stage for the emergence of the great charismatic leader Martin Luther King junior. But we cannot forget the women who was the backbone..

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