36 Burst results for "Brian Brian"

Fresh update on "brian " discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

00:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "brian " discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Oh, gosh. I'm gonna go Lamar. He's more likely to rip off a long one. But not as likely to throw for 400 like Josh's. I'll go Lamar. Yes, great one. Who do you like in that game? Billson. I like the pills all around. I don't have to notice bills in my number one team on my power ranking this week despite losing last week. It's not at all. It's my power rankings, they're not yours. What else? AFC east team. Most likely to pull the road upset. AFC east team? She's likely to pull the road upset. You've got the bills. Jets or your Bailey zappy backed up. Brian Hoyer patriots? Jets are patriots. I'll go jets, man. Are you kidding? Come on now. Chris come on now. How dare you? Come on, man. You even admit it, you would take the jets. Skill position players over the Patriots right now. Zach Wilson over Brian Hoyer and we've got the respect to the gentleman who's coming out. All right. From our green room watching us in our green room right now, packers over the Steelers. You take the packers over the Steelers right now? Yeah, I think so. Come on, man. What's more likely is a jets win an acquisition? Yeah, brother? I just want to Joe to come out off feisty. What else? How about this one? I like this one really about Michael Parsons. He's got a football, right? Yes. What's more likely Micah Parsons, what's more, what's the greater total here? Micah Parsons. Or whence TD pass. Oh

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CJ Abrams hits walk-off single as Nationals defeat Braves 3-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

CJ Abrams hits walk-off single as Nationals defeat Braves 3-2

"CJ Abrams single home Alex call in the bottom of the tenth inning is the nationals beat the braves three to two The loss dropped the braves one game behind the mets for the lead in the NL east The braves and mets started a three game series Friday in Atlanta Braves manager Brian snicker is looking forward to it We'll be fine I mean that's kind of why you play And it'll be a great series I mean it's just two really good teams obviously going at it and see what happens Matt Olson hit his 30th home run of the year for Atlanta while Luke Voight drove in two runs for the Nats Craig

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Joe Concha: The Media Spins the Numbers to Favor Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 2 d ago

Joe Concha: The Media Spins the Numbers to Favor Joe Biden

"I wanted to address and you can certainly and by all means bring the book into it as well You're a media commentator You do what you know how he cursed does and what Brian stelter tried didn't fail that to do You actually do it well But I think you kind of nailed it Like how the hell is it that this guy is still at 40% approval Like how do four out of ten people still like this guy despite the obvious nature of the calamity we're living in and it really is the media right portraying like an Oz type scenario not showing you the man behind the curtain It has to be there's no other explanation Or spitting the numbers and telling you things that you know are real are not real So for example when the economy actually contracts it has negative growth for two straight quarters 6 months Any other time under any other president particularly Republican one that is traditionally called something called a recession Because we're going backwards now But then the Biden administration says Biden himself says no no no we're not really in a recession And here's why and they get these ridiculous reasons as to why More than enough people in the media say you know what They got a point you're right I know we've always said this was a recession but it's not really one now And then when the president says well we're actually at zero inflation Or it only went up a little last month He's doing that month to month instead of year to year which is the way you judge inflation It's like me Dan gaining 40 pounds And then I lose back ten And I say look you're like wow Wait any part of my history

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Rep. Scott Perry: Mondaire Jones' Fabricated Points About Jan. 6

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:43 min | Last week

Rep. Scott Perry: Mondaire Jones' Fabricated Points About Jan. 6

"Not a minute point it is truth versus fiction. Yeah, think about it, Todd. Now, just to be clear, that's Dan bishop representative Dan bishop and chip Roy chiming in there, both freedom caucus members. I'll have you know also that mundane Jones, the Democrat who was making the claims that but for causation. So what he's saying, Todd, if someone died anywhere on the globe on January 6th, it had to do with January 6th because January 6th happened and somebody died. So but four causation will causation is important. Unfortunately, officer Brian picnic died of natural causes in or about the same time, I think he died January 7th or January 8th, but it had absolutely nothing to do. It's sad to be sure. It is tragic to be sure. It's a young man died before he should have absolutely. But had absolutely nothing to do with the events of January 6th and of course these folks, you know this Todd. I mean, on that day and the days after it immediately after it, every single media outlet went out and told the American people over and over and over again that this officer was beaten to death with a fire extinguisher and of course we were all shocked and appalled and so offended at the possibility that one of our citizens would do that to somebody, any citizen would do that to somebody completely fabricated. But yet, you know, we're a year and a half almost going on two years later and they just keep on promulgating the lie and there are a certain amount of American people that just, you know, if the ambition wouldn't have said anything, they're prone to believe this. They would believe it.

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Rep. Dan Bishop Corners Rep. Mondaire Jones Using His Own Words

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Rep. Dan Bishop Corners Rep. Mondaire Jones Using His Own Words

"Dan bishop, Republican from North Carolina talking to mondaire Jones who's far left Democrat from New York. Listen to this exchange because congressman bishop was quoting congressman mondaire Jones who said that officer Brian sicknick at the capitol was bludgeoned to death. Did I hear? And I think did you say that police officer was bludgeoned to death by the crowd at the January 6th riots? I said a police officer was bludgeoned to death. I did not say at the hands of whom mister bishop. Who are you referring to if you don't mind saying? And get that information for you in a few minutes. Well, I just want to make sure because are you denying that capitol police that at least one capitol police officer was murdered in the midst of what happened on January 6th? Yeah, I think I am. Here's what I understood that there were reports early on that sicknick was struck with the fire extinguisher. And that subsequently was debunked as false. He died of natural causes that were not connected to the event. Are we talking about the same person's sickness or are we talking about somebody else? Seriously, I mean, this is a genuine question. The medical examiner, the U.S. capitol police put out a report agreeing with the medical examiner finding the USCP officer. Well, just an initial thought and I know that mister Roy, you two are an attorney. Mister bishop speaks often about how brilliant of an attorney he is. We're talking about but four causation of officer sickness death. And so I would hope that you would at least concede at a minimum that mister sickman died as a result of what happened on January 6th. And I'm disappointed if you would suggest otherwise. Well, I mean, look, I don't think that's the stammering because he can't believe that the guy said that.

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Schwarber hits NL-leading 38th HR, Phillies fall to Marlins

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Schwarber hits NL-leading 38th HR, Phillies fall to Marlins

"The Phillies wasted Kyle schwarber's national league leading 38th home run in a 5 three loss to the Marlins Brian dela Cruz slam the three run Homer and had four RBIs to back Pablo Lopez who allowed two runs in 6 hits over 6 and two thirds innings Jordan Grosjean's belted his first major league Homer opening the scoring in the third inning Noah syndergaard had an underwhelming performance allowing four runs and 6 hits with three strikeouts over 6 innings Brandon marsh triple doubled in single twice for the Phillies who took the season series 12 to 7 I'm Dave ferry

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'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC

"This was what it was like on Fox and Friends this morning is this story unfolded where two buses of illegals were dropped outside of the naval observatory where Kamala Harris the vice president lives. Here's what it sounded like and looked like on Fox News channel's Fox and Friends this morning. From our southern border have just arrived outside vice president Kamala Harris residents at the naval observatory in Washington, D.C.. Griff Jenkins is live on the scene to tell us more. Is that Massachusetts avenue that I'm looking at right there? Yeah, good morning, Steve, ainsley and Brian. This bus just arrived moments ago. I talked to some of the folks apparently this buses come from Del Rio, Texas. That's where the German on the bus told me and these for me. They don't theirs? They're in this one. No. You know? No? That president Harris, DKK, frontera Serrano. Serrano, Roberto. Javier. So what she's saying, Steve, I asked her vice president Harris says that the border is closed. She says it's open as we see these migrants coming across now. We're not sure how many there are. We do know that, according to Texas governor Abbott's office, there have been about 7900, do you think English? Venezuela. Everybody from toro Venezuela?

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Judge stays at 57 HR, Yanks beat Boston 5-3 for 2-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge stays at 57 HR, Yanks beat Boston 5-3 for 2-game sweep

"The Yankees earned a 5 three win over the Red Sox and maintained their 6 game lead in the AL east Glaber Torres had three hits and scored on his own RBI single taking advantage of catcher Connor Wong's throwing her the play brought in three runs as the Yankees moved ahead three zero in the 5th inning Aaron judge singled and scored but failed to hit his 58th home run The only blemish on the win Nestor Cortez took a shutout into the 5th inning as the Yankees earned their fourth straight win in 8th and ten games Red Sox rookie Brian balo fell to one in 6 though all three runs he allowed were unearned I'm Dave ferry

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Todd Starnes Previews Tonight's Faith & Freedom Event

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Todd Starnes Previews Tonight's Faith & Freedom Event

"So tell us, can you just tell us a little bit about the faith and freedom? Event that you're going to tonight? Sure, this is the organization that was founded by Ralph Reed, who created the original Christian coalition back in the day. And they have been very instrumental in getting president Trump elected. As a matter of fact, in the last election cycle, they registered more people to vote than the entire Republican Party did. So these folks are really grassroots, their boots on the ground. And of course, this is the Georgia chapter that I'm going to be speaking to and they are knee deep right now. You mentioned the polling data out there. There are a couple of major races looking at the governor's race where Brian Kemp going up to get Stacey Abrams and also another big race is the U.S. Senate race Rafael Warnock and Herschel Walker and the polling data has actually now has Herschel Walker moving ahead of Rafael Warnock in that race. Again,

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Hoskins' big error leads to Phillies' 6-5 loss to Marlins

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hoskins' big error leads to Phillies' 6-5 loss to Marlins

"Little marwan's row is going to run in the top of the 9th inning to avoid a three game sweep by the Phillies in a 6 5 win Miami scored the game tying run on a billionaire by first baseman race Hoskins They took the lead for good on an RBI single by Brian Anderson Marlins also got solo home runs from lo and Diaz and Joey Wendell Losing close games like that is unfortunately been happening to us more times than not So to come come on top of a close game was certainly welcome Nick mates on hover for the fills in the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Brian Birdwell: Brian Birdwell: Watching 9/11 Happened From the Pentagon

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Birdwell: Brian Birdwell: Watching 9/11 Happened From the Pentagon

"And turn TV on see the World Trade Center that first the north tower with the antenna mask huge gaping hole in the smoke pouring out and the commentators describing it as an accident and on live TV will watch and just short order flight one 75 crash into south tower And that would confirm that neither were accidents There was no thought that we were next at about 9 35 I would step out sandy and Cheryl is going to go hit the men's restroom And those are the last words that I would speak to my two coworkers I step out and go to the men's restroom and if your listeners recall that portion of the Pentagon the E ring the outer ring of The Pentagon that receives the initial impact of flight 77 that portion of the crumbles my window where my desk was was just to the left of where the building shares off cleanly But when I step out and go to the men's restroom I walk through the impact point of what would be the impact point and what would eventually crumble go to the men's restroom So I take care of business come out I'm now about to turn right to go back through the portion of the building that has impacted and crumbles when flight 77 makes impact So I'm 15 to 20 yards from an 80 ton jet making impact with a building at 530 miles an hour and it is not by the army making me the toughest guy in that building that I survived That's a toughest man to ever walk us or 2000 years ago that still sits at the right end of the father and still in your seats in our lives on our behalf And I would be horribly burned It was a gruesome experience Dan and I don't want to be gratuitous to your no they need to hear it Senator they need to hear it We need to be reminded Please And so I'll experience a number of pains and emotions You know the physical pain of the burns I was burned on 60% of my body with about 40% being third degree burns I am 40% in the IM skinned alive

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Brian Birdwell Reacts to the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Birdwell Reacts to the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

"Yeah you know our constitution forbids any title of nobility and as you're in your previous discussion that I heard earlier today about the monarchy Americans aren't a fan of the modern archive but when I think of our British allies I mean look we had two pretty serious wars one for our independence and the war of 1812 with them but in my lifetime the British first armored division was just down the eastern side of the 7th corps Flank in the first Gulf War as the largest armored formation in the world was going into going into Iraq back in 1990 February 1991 And in my years as a in the army not just then but afterwards back in the late 90s I was stationed at a fort Lewis and there was a British brigade that was training at Yakima that we provided some support to And so in many of our in the last century and a half whether it was World War I World War II first Gulf War our British allies have been with us both militarily and diplomatically and so as we think about our passing and probably that she knows the lord the way that we do and that she's an eternity with our largest savior that I'm glad that our nation are allied nation was led by somebody of her stature and that has been beside us during the Cold War before the Cold War and because the British the Israelis and maybe another handful of people or our most staunch reliable allies and that's what I think of when with the loss of her passing I pray that Greg Britain does not we do not separate as allies with her passing

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How Dan Bongino Knows Brian Birdwell

The Dan Bongino Show

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

How Dan Bongino Knows Brian Birdwell

"So I go way back with the state senator Long story short because I want you to hear his story I was given a speech in the Panhandle of Florida and I hadn't met him before And they said okay great This is years ago folks out of 5 years ago or something They said you're speaking after the state center from Texas I meet him at the table I know nothing about his story He's not a braggadocios guy didn't tell me anything He says we're just chatting like old friends I don't know this guy's a hero I have no idea Never met him in my life He gets up and he gives this speech which he's about to tell you what happened on 9 11 to him And I get up to speak afterwards I'm so moved by his speech which you're about to hear That the first words out of my mouth are what the hell am I doing up here talking to you after that What do you want me to say Because I was so deeply moved to tears by what happened

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Brian Birdwell: Getting a Purple Heart for 9/11

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Birdwell: Getting a Purple Heart for 9/11

"When you're leaving the bathroom in The Pentagon and this happens do you have any idea I mean you know the buildings were struck in the World Trade Center but you said before you didn't think it was going to happen in The Pentagon Are you saying to yourself I mean what's going through your head Do you have any ideas you say to yourself Was that another plane I mean what's going through your head The first thing I thought was bomb because while The Pentagon was being renovated there were construction sounds you know jackhammers and things like that Having been around I was an artillery officer mostly heavy artillery and nothing this out I mean I mean I heard that and it was not a normal sound but in the next nanosecond as I'm as I'm taking that step thinking bomb then I'm blown across the hallway So as I'm in there struggling I wasn't putting two and two together but after I'm taken out I'm not to the hospital yet but I'm actually outside the building on that gurney And there are police officers that are saying get away from the building there's a fourth plane knowing the first two had hit New York there's a fourth one coming In that moment I could go okay It wasn't a bomb It's an aircraft But we knew that we were part of whatever was happening that day with the attack that was on the country So in some ways it's funny Dan And I've met many men and women that got a Purple Heart either in Afghanistan or rock I've met folks that clear buildings and Fallujah back in O four And when they asked me what was I doing when I got my Purple Heart my response is a rather a meek and nearly humiliating I was coming out of the men's restroom So the lord is a trip to the men's restroom for his glory and so I've got a I've got a Purple Heart for that reason and I'm glad it's only one You know I don't

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Brian Birdwell: The Agonizing Burns of 9/11

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Birdwell: The Agonizing Burns of 9/11

"And so I collapsed in front of Roy the four of them give grasp a grab an armor a limb to give that exertion to pick me up because this is not a place to wait for medical care to get to me The fire is still burning and spreading smoke is filling up that hallway And when they grab me you know they give that first exertion to pick me up and I don't come with them They end up carrying chunks off of me and I begin screaming at them to leave me alone And I know in my heart I'm telling them to leave me there to die Because when you're that badly burned just being touched is agonizing but they're kind of like that paraffin treatment when you put your hand in the hot wax and then when you pull it out and it solidifies within it just peels right off That's what happens with burn flesh because the moisture in your body has been evaporated out and now there's nothing that moisture is what actually holds us together and that moisture is gone And so now just chunks come off and eventually the move me chuck rolls me over on the left hand side forcibly puts his arms underneath my left side of my torso taking chunks of the back off but eventually the four of them are shaking hands with each other that instead of grasping me they're gripping each other's arms with my body weight resting on their connected arms They eventually carry me through the beam ring door into an a ring access where I would receive my first medical care in the a ring from an air force doctor and John Baxter colonel John Baxter John would have the go bag that had a morphine morphine syringes IVs and things of that nature So he was headed to the medical clinic to be a part of the triage but basically 5 or 6 of us have been set here and what's the hasty triage location He stops Puts the takes my shoes off so that he can find a good place with clean skin and a vein So he puts the morphine in the right foot the IV in the left Natalie ogletree a wonderful lady from the navy

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Brian Birdwell: When American Flight 77 Crashed Into the Pentagon

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Birdwell: When American Flight 77 Crashed Into the Pentagon

"My uniform that day was just leather shoes my polyester pants the belt the short sleeve button up shirt Name tag and access badge And before the moment of impact I'm in a 72° hallway and immediately after impact I am blown across the quarter set ablaze most of my pants and most of my shirt gone as I struggle to survive I came to that moment that I came to the recognition that I was no longer struggling to survive but it was in fact this is how the lord's calling me into eternity And I did what we in the military are never trying to do and that surrender quit give up collapse the floor and wait to die Thought about melon mat that morning my wife and my son that that morning when I said goodbye just like you know there were in fact Mel and I got the opportunity to meet the widow of the one Secret Service agent that was killed at the World Trade Center that was doing the I guess the pre work that is normally done for presidential and that that was that morning was the last I was going to speak to them until they joined me in eternity and by the large grace that's not what happened I did not decease I did survive the reform in Bill McKinnon Roy Wallace John Davies and carton on block that came out of a B ring door to be ring is the next innermost ring of The Pentagon the 5 rings 8 to E B is the second inside ring And they came out of that door came across me and I'd staggered about 25 30 yards in the condition of being skinned alive There's chunks hanging off of me my face has already beginning to swell shut just like the rocky in the first rocky movie my eyes are already beginning to swell shut but

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Mets ride deGrom, Bassitt to doubleheader sweep of Pirates

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mets ride deGrom, Bassitt to doubleheader sweep of Pirates

"Jacob de Grom tossed 7 scoreless innings striking out 8 as the Met shut out the pirates ten nothing De Grom surrendered only three hits The goal is to just throw it where I want and execute pitches To have some good defense behind me and then the guys put up a ton of run for them So all around good win 6th New York players had multi hit games Eduardo Escobar with four Jeff McNeil with three Francisco Lindor drove in three runs The mets won both games in Wednesday's double header with Pittsburgh taking a half game lead in the NL east The pirates got two hits from Brian Reynolds Josh rowntree Pittsburgh

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Jim Jordan: Biden Has Nothing Else to Talk About Except Call Us Names

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Jim Jordan: Biden Has Nothing Else to Talk About Except Call Us Names

"Jim Jordan had a great point yesterday about this narrative that Alan and the left likes to use that we're extremists for supporting maga were extremists for supporting America. We're extremists for supporting Donald Trump, listen to congressman Jordan yesterday on Fox News. You got to call your opposition names when you got nothing else to point to. I mean, we went from safe streets to record crime. We went from a secure border to no border. We went from we went from $2 gas to $5 gas and we went from stable prices to record inflation. So call me extreme if I want actually stable prices, affordable energy. If I want to actually have a secure border college extreme, I guess that's what you're gonna do when you got nothing else to talk about. But Brian, think about this. In the past four weeks, Joe Biden has rated the home of a former president taking the phone of a sitting member of Congress called one half of the country fascist and extremist, said to those same people, oh, by the way, we're going to make you pay the student loan debt off of someone else and finally, he signed a bill to unleash 87,000 IRS agents to come harass you the American taxpayer, such a deal. So I guess he's going to call us names after doing those kind of extreme things. He can do that, but I don't think it sells.

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Doocy Grills Jean-Pierre Over the Ability to Question Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Doocy Grills Jean-Pierre Over the Ability to Question Elections

"Imagine standing there in front of the world and pretending that you can't question 2020, but they could question 2016. Here was the exchange between Peter doocy and The White House press secretary yesterday. Justin trying to understand the new attention on the maga Republicans, you tweeted. Stole the election. I was waiting, Peter, when you were going to ask me that question. Well, here we go. You tweeted Trump's a little election. You tweeted Brian Kemp stole an election. If denying election results is extreme now. So let's be really clear that that comparison that you made is just ridiculous. I have been, I have been, well, you're asking me, you're asking me a question. Let me answer it. Ridiculous. I was talking specifically at that time of what was happening with voting rights and what was in danger of voting rights. That's what I was speaking to at the time. You said Trump stole the election. You said Brian Kemp stole the election. So when we say Biden stole the election, why are we traders? And you're not.

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"brian " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:02 min | 8 months ago

"brian " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Shows, you can see those there, be a part of that. You can get on the restream or you can get over to Clubhouse. We take calls on Clubhouse from the Congo shows. Usually it's like Monday Tuesday Wednesday at 3 o'clock Pacific time. And do check out some of the other social media, like Instagram, Dr. Drew Pinsky. Twitter, Dr. Drew. And today, Brian Simpson, comedy special, the stand up season three available right now on Netflix. Episode one of season three. Well done. Right, welcome. What's happening? I left out loud a lot during your, did I see that? Was I looking at the Netflix thing? I send you the Netflix thing as well, but we first started with David Spade cliff. Oh yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And I was like, oh, I want to talk to Brian. I'm ready for that. That's good. But I was telling Brian that today I have diverticulitis, which is this thing I get like every 6 months. It's like having appendicitis on the left side instead of the right side. It needs a surgery, but I've been avoiding it. It's like peritonitis, localized peritonitis. And it doesn't help me. So your colon, can you show me a picture of diverticulitis? Well, I'm guessing divert divert is the root word. No, no. I don't know why the diverticulum is I think the operant part of it. Show a picture. So you can see here. Yeah, keep going. You got to blow one up for us. Give us a diagram. Yeah, yeah. No hold Jesus Christ. I hope I'm not doing that. It shows how bad it can get. Anyway, there are these little outpouching. The do you see the kind of there? Yeah, yeah, okay, so those little outpouchings along the side of the colon on the right. Oh yeah, yeah. Yeah, some people develop those. And we don't know why they develop they're sort of genetically programmed. And they can fill with debris and start to become abscessed and get infected and leak in the leak goes actually in your abdominal cavity so you get peritonitis. It's good, right? Why is debris such a hilarious word? Do you tell me you're the comedian? Debris is a good word. So that's me. And so I have to take all these antibiotics and it makes me weak and it's just nothing funnier than that, though, a little diverticulitis. And it's recurring. I was just thinking as I drove up here when I had colonoscopies on a regular basis. But three years ago, guy looked at me and went, you're going to have to have that surgery. It's surgery. You've got to get the surgery done. And I was like, fuck you, I'm gonna take it. Yeah, of course, he's right. Why are doctors the hardest ones to convince? Because it's kind of like you know how to push the envelope. It's like, that's why you attorneys do such shady stuff. They know right where the line is. And a doctor, you know right where the line is from a health standpoint, too. I know I'll do poorly. I do horrible after surgery. It just destroys me for weeks and weeks, weeks. I don't want to deal with that. Anesthesia destroys me. I don't want to deal with that. But this thing is driving me crazy every 6 months. I'm just laid out for 5 days. How many times do I have to do that before? I'm like, all right, enough enough. Let's talk about you. Where'd you grow up? I grew up in PG county, Maryland. Where is that? PG county. It is the, it is the part of the southernmost part of Maryland that's wrapped around D.C.. Got it. And how did comedy happen? Well, that's a whole other thing. Comedy happened because from the military. I joined the Marine Corps. And that the usual course to comedy. No, no. Military actions, hysterical. Yeah, yeah. I mean, the short sweet stories that I was a foster kid. We had multiple homes or just a one or no multiple homes. I moved at least. What is that? I look at people that are resilient like doing great like yourself. And I hear that history and I go, I don't think I'm built for that myself. It would have destroyed me. I mean, there are long term you have stuff. Things, yeah, because trust. Tries to trust. I think trust bleeds intimacy issues. A 100%. But you know it. You know, yeah, but it doesn't make it. Even you know, you can know something intellectually. Yeah, yeah. But not feeling emotion that's exactly right. And sometimes it's like no matter how close I feel to somebody. After a while, I'm just like, I need you to get the fuck away from me. Yeah, yeah. You know? Yeah. And that's sort of what happens with abandonment, right? You can't get that close because the vulnerabilities to intense. Exactly. But it's a weird thing where it's like you know that the closeness is what you need and you fight to get there, but you're so used to the opposite that the closer you get, the more unfamiliar it is. It is. Yeah, it's terrifying. Yeah. And by the same token. So what people normally do is they go after people that are not available for a close relationship. Or like you said, you get in and then you end it and then you're like, this thing's too good. I get the fuck out of here. Right on the money there. Yeah. Yeah, there are the therapies designed to treat that are not that tough. I mean, they're not like difficult or anything. And they may take a while. I mean, I've done the cognitive, so when I first moved to LA, I was in a homeless shelter for a couple of years. It was for veterans only. Or something? Yeah, it was on sunset and they make you do these. They call them group sessions, but you have to do them. Depending on your level of privilege, do X amount. Where you earn it. Right. Will you earn doing less of them? I need some information. So you were in the marine for how long?.

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"brian " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:33 min | 8 months ago

"brian " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Going to bring the union together. And just by the way, we're fighting for slavery, but that's not the main reason you're fighting. But it gradually, that became the main reason we were fighting. That's what it's about. They did not have slaves. They didn't have slaves. We wouldn't have had the war. Yes. But the north wasn't ready to emancipate the slaves. If you said you were fighting for Emancipation, they would have said, no. So how do you get them to your rep? How do you bring the country what's left of your country around to what you're thinking? Show them that you tried everything. And maybe colonization while a theory might have thought about. He said, I have an idea. Let's make a show of this. And when it fails and no one takes me up on it, let them know that this would never work. We have to learn to live with each other. And the reason and that's why I didn't invite Douglas. Yeah, I can't read his mind. But I read a lot of his words, and he definitely had a eurocentric white view of the world. That's his perspective, and that's all he'd ever been exposed to. Let's be fair. But I don't think you have to really remember that abolitionism was a radical position at the time. Radical. And the closest thing to an abolitionist was seward, and he did not get elected president, and yet Lincoln, that was his singular adviser. That was his probably closest adviser. He loved seward and loved seward's point of view. So he may have had more sympathy for that than we know, just judging by that relationship. Number one. But he but I really believe in his soul. He's a lawyer. That's his, that's his made up, like a lawyer. And so wrong. Yeah, and so he interpreted what was happening through a narrow legal lens of contracts amongst equals, right? The constitution is a contract amongst equal to form a more perfect union. One side of that contract is not allowed to just exit the contract without the agreement of the rest. That was his legal interpretation. Therefore, the idea of Succession didn't exist. There was no such thing as Succession, and you know where that logic first came out was Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson had a succession crisis, and he used the same logic. Exactly. This is not something that exists. Therefore. Yeah, therefore, it's an insurrection. You were in rebellion because there is no secession, the constitution does not allow for that provision of secession. So here's what the deal is. In the meantime, I have an obligation to send food and resources to the mail. I have to continue to deliver the mail and to the forts like fort Sumter. And so it was when he sent the ship in to provision fort Sumter because the south said, if you sent provisions and we're going to fire on you, which they did. And that was the beginning of the war. And did he know that? Did he provoke it all while they accused FDR leaving the ships out there in order to start a war that he thought we belonged in? Yeah. Yeah. So, I mean, they can go back and forth. I also think the one thing I talk about, I get on stage, I decided to do my own thing on stage and out wait for the speeches because the speeches weren't coming in this environment. So I talk about all these all these I talk about all these stories in one. And one of the things that comes up is people evolve. And just because you don't think that in the beginning, it doesn't mean that you're thinking at the end, you gave up your values. People change. You can grow. Yes. That's what you used to you would be doing if you weren't talking to me on television. You're helping people grow. There you are. Yes, I think we should we should applaud people for evolution and growth. That should be celebrated when people come particularly if they go from more racist attitudes to more of equanimity. I mean, it's just like, come on, let's shouldn't condemn that person for the rest of their life. We should like that they were like that, but come on more with the rest of us and equity. I'd be great. So I don't understand condemnation. And Lincoln evolved a lot and Douglas was part of it. And Douglas Douglas is such an interesting dude. I mean, oh my God, was he smart? And we lost Brian for seconds. We're back now. Douglas was an interesting dude. A brilliant dude. And found most acceptance early in his career in England and Europe, interestingly. Where his thoughts were just consumed as though he was some sort of profit talk speaking from on high. It was really interesting to me the way he was accepted in Europe. And it took quite a while to get it going here. He had some real headwinds. All the way through his life was terribly mistreated, including his newspaper being burned down late in his life. And maybe his house. They suspected arson. And it's just a lot there when I went back there to do this TV special on it. It's true, but he still came back, right? I mean, he still came back. He could have went to Europe and had an easy life. And he came back to finish the work here, make America more perfect union. And I think this is what you understand about him. Yeah, he had an absolute, again, as I understand him, commitment to the notion that the slaves as they became citizens were every bit a an important piece of the history of this country and B citizen with a full rights and privileges and look forward to them participating as any other citizen in this country would participate. And almost got there. It was early in the early and reconstruction. It was kind of going that way. And then Johnson and then the Democrats and then the democratic state leaders just destroyed everything. And that's why I think I told you on my other at the time we were on the air together. I would say that the single person who did the most damage to America is not on the outside force and the Japanese and Pearl Harbor. It was John Wilkes booth. Because if you had this Lincoln and you combine them with we now know of grant, the greatness that he was, the great person he was in his own way. And then you combine that with the genius of Frederick Douglass as a self made man. We would have been a different we might not have needed the 1960s. Yeah. Yeah, and understand what Brian is saying is that we were going towards.

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"brian " Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

08:07 min | 10 months ago

"brian " Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Then they'll try to change you. They've seen them. Oh, I've never seen anything like it. Can you be more like something I've seen before? Okay, so we know we know you as an RT story now. I think we've gotten there and drew. But here, you know, couples therapy honey. It's not. We're not here to talk about the biz, but of course I can't help it. We're here to talk to people about their relationship problems. They're, you know, romantic platonic familial honey. So we need to know where you're at, okay? Talk to us about relationships for you. You know, as a male comedian, the standards for you are not high. Okay. We're not expecting male comedians to have it together to let anyone in emotionally, you know. What has that been like for you? Is that a male comedian thing? I thought it was just me. It's a male comedian thing. Oh, wow, okay, yeah. I mean, obviously it's weird that I, 'cause I just finished real actual therapy. Right before this. Okay, interesting. I felt like you had a calmness about you. Now we know. Yeah. Well, but no, I think that I have. I just have to face the fact that I have intimacy issues. I have trouble being close. I don't have trouble getting close, but I have trouble being close. And I think what it is is I've been, you know, I trace it back to the foster child thing. Of, you know, sort of anticipating being kicked out of homes. And so avoiding closeness and so it's like, I think after years and years and years of avoiding closeness, even though I want closeness, I don't know how to be close once I get there. You know what I mean? It makes me it makes me uncomfortable and so I become one of those people and I think this is normal. I've become one of those people that at the first sign of just the first whiff of anything that's negatively happened to me in the past and I'm done with you. You know, and the people I really like, I keep it arms distance 'cause I don't want that to happen. You know, you don't want to see it. You don't want them to mess up. And in other words, if you're in my life, you are always welcome at the house. But you can't come in the house. You know? We're gonna have a stoop set. Yeah, exactly. If I really care about you, you can slide by whenever you want, but you can't come in. Okay. You know, it's that kind of thing, emotionally, I mean. Yeah, you were telling my real house. You know, but I've never said, I've never told somebody to make themselves at home. Uh huh. You know, I'm like, no, make yourself like you got someone else to live and want to go there soon. So does that mean like have you had any long-term romantic relationships or do you just kind of have hookups or just Friends? I've had dysfunctional long-term relationships. Well, I went to this, I went to this phase in my in my 20s to early 30s where I was dating, broken people. You know, it was sort of like, I think my logic was or my subconscious logic was that I would, you know, then if it was a fucked up person that needed me that they couldn't judge me for my fucked upness. You know? And maybe we could help each other or understand each other, but really what ends up happening is that you're just too fucked up people. Yeah. You know? It's like the blindly in the blind. You just it's impossible, right? And so yeah, and now I just, like I said, I just keep people at a distance. I never let it get past the interested phase. This is like, okay, that was fun. And, you know? It well, now Brian, what are we doing to work on that in therapy? You're too lovable. You're gonna keep me at a distance, but we all wanna be so close, Brian. I mean, honestly, I think I'm doing better than now because, you know, you gotta mix that also with the. Tremendous insecurity that comes from then in this business. You know, because it's also a thing of like, now that I'm on the verge of success, I feel like safer, does that make any sense? 'cause it's like and so now that I have my own base and foundation, now I feel like I can more ready to open up to someone or more ready to risk. Because what it is, right? Like love is risk. It's open up the gates. It's giving you the password. It's showing you the secret passageways. And so it's like, I think I'm more prepared for that risk. Now that I don't have to worry about starving or failing, you know, and that's what yeah, I like that love is pulling the candlestick and letting the bookcase. Right, right, it's basically going, you know, it's like, it's like, I'm an invincible warrior, but here's my weak spot. Yeah. And it's like, and I think I've met so many people that 'cause you know they say hurt people hurt people. So you dating her person and you tell them your vulnerability and then they go you ate the last donut. And then twist the knife right in your fucking Achilles heel. Oh my goodness. Yeah. When did you start to figure this stuff out? Is this relatively new? Or is this like something you've been working on for a little while? You know, it's something that I've always thought about, but I think I'm exiting that phase where because this happens, I used to notice this in my Friends and now I guess I'm acknowledging it myself, but you know sometimes you learn you get the words for something where you don't know where your problem is and then you read a book or you hear a quote or something and it has a language for it. And I think sometimes we learn those words and it's such a relief to actually be able to articulate the feeling that we think we've solved the problem because we can not because we can point at it and identify it. And so we don't actually do the work. You know, it's like we need to look like, oh, sorry, I'm bipolar. Like that. Because they know that what they did was okay. You know what I mean? Yes. It's that sort of thing. So it's like, I think I've known what's a call my issue for a longer than I've been actually working on the problem. So that's new, working on it is new. Yeah. You know? Yeah. Did you start therapy for the first time in the pandemic or before? No. Well, I mean, when I was a kid, I was going to therapy all the time when they make foster kids do that. Oh, I didn't they made you do. Yeah, but as an adult, yeah, this is the first time I've regularly gone to a therapist, 'cause I tried it before and I always quit them. Yeah, 'cause the first time I feel judged by a therapist, I'm out. Okay. 'cause I can't open up to you if you sitting over there judging me. You know what I'm saying? It's like, no matter what I tell you, if I tell you I killed a man or I drowned, drowned a lizard. I need you to keep a straight face. Right. Yeah..

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"brian " Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:43 min | 11 months 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 Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"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 | 1 year ago

"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 High Functioning Hotspot

The High Functioning Hotspot

04:35 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"brian " Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

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"brian " Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"brian " Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"I think the word outline is tough for people because it reminds you a school in essays and for for me anyway. that's those brutal was the wu for the worst experiences. But you're really talking about a storytelling. So how do i want to tell the story. And what's the storytelling. And if you frame this all questions to yourself. What's the story what could happen here. What would the character do here. Why what would stop the character from doing this. That it's how you come up with an outline and that's just the process. I mean you go through you start. We start with in a long series against the equivalent of what the world is his like. Well what's the world of this particular episode. What what things are happening in the world that the show is concerned with that could work in an episode. And from there you start to build it out. When we write outlines we put dialogue. And if we think of a fine line of dialogue will put in there. Some people don't want to do that but for me. That's the most fun part. So i do it. Outlining is least fun part of the process but what it does is. It's the bridge to the great part of the process. Which is the scene writing. And that for me. Where i feel like i'm flying but i have to earn that and the way i get there is by doing an effective outline once. You have outlined. Do you kind of jump around ordeal right in that line. You yes so once we take you to an outline yes. I usually will write the scenes in order. But if i get to a scene and and it feels like work. I'm told because we've outlined it. So i'm not running from it. Yes if there's a scene in there sometimes it goes two ways i guess. Sometimes i really wanna ride. I'm like well. Just write this. This one i that will then get you to the one you really want to write and then and sometimes if i know okay i know what to do with that. Let me go run up there and all right that. That's fine i i. Don't you just got to get them all. Just get them all done in. Whatever way but usually i would say usually i like to go from the beginning to the end most of the time. And you kind of touched on this one targeting bat schoolwork but somebody wanted to know how do you think. Adhd has affected. your writing. Did help what he got an official diagnosis yes. I never turned in a paper less than three weeks late in my entire academic career chills right executive that is beyond anything i can imagine. Yes i lived all day long. Walk around with the worst pit in your stomach all day long and haven't figured out how to explain it to. Oh my god. I mean even in high school and junior high school and it's impossible in the college. I had seven and completes my senior last semester senior year. I had seven incomplete. That i had to deal with iran telling a few months ago about going to the library. And what you would do in the library. Oh yeah well this is part of sometimes people will say to me. I i if the podcast you know that i somehow like you knows how different things expertise in weird areas An ally. i didn't realize the other day we were talking. And i didn't realize why because someone was describing to going to the library. And how that could they could like sit down into their word. No sandwich sang that. He couldn't understand how you such a d. h. Do you ever go to a library and get any work done. And so the answer was. I would go to the library so i thought okay. I'm gonna get rid of all distractions at home. This was originally whatever again. Nobody there was no such thing as. Adhd i i couldn't do my work so i would sometimes and you know my room and a lot of distractions so i would go to. The i would go to library would happen. Is i'd sit down to the library to open my books. The work and then i would just spend all day reading in the stacks like to me. I would go to the this section that you know that's action the true crime section the section about blues musicians the section about i would just and and i would spend all day in the library but doing no work and then last ten minutes i would do some work i would just go but look at it. It was very difficult for me. High school is so hard for me. I did so poorly in high school And i could not get the work done but on the other hand probably the body knowledge. I picked up by wandering around the roslyn public library on. So many weekends led me to where i am. Now you know And it's part of why. I have such varied in deep knowledgeable different areas..

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"brian " Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

07:41 min | 1 year 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 Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"brian " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"My family. We're going to hear about that. When we come back books talking to pastor brian gibson. The website is pg dot today on twitter. He's lead pastor. He's my new best friend. And i want to say They decided somebody decided to come after you to make you Suffer for what who were the who came after you what happened. Why did they do this. Any of us. That were vocal on what was called the trump march leading up to the six. Yeah they put bullseyes on all of us. What made me such convenient target. Was that picture with the q shaman. Yeah taken a month before. When i didn't know who it was by the way pelosi's nephew also has pictures with that guy. Multiple other pastors. I'm a public figure. When you re talking about governor pretty boy can really boy. it's another one. I saw pretty boy less pretty boy not pretty enough to be governor but pretty right so he's got something going for him so so i was. It was convenient for them and There are groups out there. These groups are more coordinated than you would know they are. I was going on media going on every kind of show out there right. Sam what you saw the six. What really happened and telling the truth right and so. I think that i wouldn't shut up so they kept coming and so what they did. Is they sent fourteen to fifteen hundred death threats. In a week they teen to fifteen hundred death threats. Yeah some of them are gonna week. Yeah cut out killer letters from the eighties right man. Who's doing this. Well there are three big groups that people. I'm not mentioned by name. Because i'll be sued but groups. Yeah that that Perpetrate and do this kind of stuff to people and they use a three prong way of doing it number one. They'll hire internet trolls right. Make fake they keep coming. Keep coming keep coming you block them. They build more. They threaten threatened threaten the second group they use. They use antifa antifa and radical. Blm to come in a rash you. That's the muscle in in the mix They sent them into my hotel room to come after me. They sent them up into the mountains. Where i had my family to say place. Couldn't go home for like a week. And then they use all of the left wing media cnn the ap you name it who all it is all those kind of groups though. Keep calling calling calling writing hit piece after piece right wing. Watch you name it. They keep coming to three three prong attack. But you're still here. Yeah they're not killing me yet and you're full of fire. Yeah and here's the deal I'll believe this. I believe jesus is the land that takes away the sin of the world right or one hundred percent. Jesus lamb died for my sins forgiven on my way to heaven because of him. But jesus is not just a lamb. Jesus has also allying. he'll return to execute judgment upon the nations and what wisdom teaches us to do is it teaches us when to be the lamb and when to be the lion and it's a time in america that we need some lions and so people need to stop being afraid. Most of this is just intimidation. If they kill me they'll make thousands of me. No make more around me. They don't wanna kill me. They want to scare me. And if you can be scared you can become ineffective and so what you do. Is you have to realize that. God has given you a spirit of fear but a power love and a sound mind and push back and if they kill me. There's some days it's like that's not such a bad deal. You ever walked into funeral home. Seeing a guy in a casket and be like. Look at that lucky dude. You know what i'm saying. He don't know bill. he's out christian. God now the bullets that he dodged outta here. So i'm moved out of the way to protect my kids. I've got young kids right. Yeah so you do what you gotta do but come on. We gotta get bowls. Christians got to get bold. People gotta speak up. People gotta stand up. The first amendment will be gone and if the first amendment is home the whole system we have. Yeah it's gone. It alters if there's no question well listen we're basically at a time but it's just such a joy to get to know you. Brian gibson We've got to figure out how to connect on some of these things because everything unfortunately depends on this stuff hundred percent and But just the fact that you exist. gives me tremendous encouragement God is using you in my life right now in the lives of the people listening and watching this and i think god has a plan but his people need to wake up and stand and fight and praise him in all circumstances and fear nothing but him. God bless you brian. Hey thanks for having me..

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"brian " Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

04:56 min | 1 year 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

07:01 min | 1 year ago

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

"These kinds of things i believe in the talk about civil war now and in all kinds of stuff. And there's say we just need unity and here's the problem. The problem is we will never have unity. And here's y fifty years ago. Republicans and democrats were kind of virtually the same they. They both wanted the same thing. They just got their different ways. Right answer would be like no no. No we're going to raise taxes or not at all. We're gonna do this right. It was more differences. Were more technical or strategic or or you know how they would go about doing it now. We have fundamental worldview conflicts debt that are morally based gay marriage and then the the christian worldview right You have Transplant transgenderism socialism. Pro-life it socials in which isn't which is private property right which is which is right wolf property ownership and then second amendment which principle of self defense and the second amendment and we end but these are polarizing issues. That are are fundamentally. People can't make a different decision about them. They can't just say okay. Well i'm i'm gonna do it. Which is why. I always just. I have a hard time understanding catholics. Would vote for joe biden. You either believe that. That is a baby that that that conception is more than a biological function. I believe that christians believe that it is not simply a biological function That that there is a spark of god based life that happens and and because of that it is life and if you believe that you have to be pro-life and if you believe that it's just a bunch of cells that you can scrape out of a uterus while then you're not going to go to the mat for the pro-life thing. Fundamental worldview different reconcilable differences that iran. So so here's the the challenge though. And i maybe not the challenge but one of the things that that i guess i would say it this way. I have friends in you have friends. I'm sure who have those beliefs and they're still my friends right and i still care about them and i still love them and i still let them into my life in unbelievably intimate ways right. I share personal things with them. They're my friends and those irreconcilable viewpoints are the minority of the relationship. So we don't let that one thing poison. The whole thing right yeah. The problem in our civic discourse is that we are doing that we are letting that one thing that we have a point of disagreement with someone about become the only thing that we see. And i think that's easy when you don't know anything else about them so we will be personalized and we're just put them in the those are the those are the pro-choice people those are the baby killer. People or those are the bad people. Right we're the good people. Those are the bad people and so I think that's too simplistic. But i think that's what ends up happening is. It becomes this binary thing around morality. But i also don't think that it's necessarily wrong I i do believe that. I mean if if a guy came up to you and said brian am going to make sure that your children are never successful. I'm gonna make sure that they pay more of their money in taxes than they could ever imagine is going to happen. I'm gonna make sure that they have to do this. That and the other thing. Even though i know it goes against your religion how you feel against how would you feel about that. Now angry too. So here's my. Here's my victimized right. Here's my theory. I will fight them and fight them and fight them and fight them. You wanna turn my country communist. You absolutely not debate you in this great so debate you wherever but if you were to show up on my doorstep hungary i would invite you in fiji dinner and i think that should be the christian view for those who are politically engaged. And it goes back to that. Oh bible verse speaking the truth in love right and again. It's two sided. Think you said something really interesting there. Chris that that let me let me see if i can pull out of what you just said something important and i think what what it is is that we're not fighting the people we're fighting the destructive ideas that they hold now if there was a by over those destructive ideas because they don't nobody's told them the truth probably sufficiently right. So what if there was a group of people who knew the truth and had access to the truth and were charged with sharing it with the world and then they said well. We don't wanna do that because we don't wanna be controversial. That would be tragic. That's what i think. The church is doing right now. Well a few things. There's a few things going on with the church. First of all where we america right today. I i lay the blame entirely at the feet of the church. I'll tell you why i'm so. I'm so happy to hear saying. I've been saying this. I've been a lone wolf sanit. I'll tell you why seventy five years ago we owned the entire country now. That doesn't mean that everybody was christian. We have a huge jewish population. Seventy five years ago. I'm sure we had some muslims and various others and there are probably a few people that were atheists but we the judeo christian worldview owned america and it is the judeo christian worldview that made america amazing. and so. here's what happened. And i'm actually reading. I just got protected. Those minorities the christians christian world so alleged continuing to limited. And i have a buddy was a longshoreman guided. A bible study with for forever. And i'm sure he'll see this Every tuesday morning for years and years and years and he's a retired longshoreman and he says this the non-christian longshoremen knew more about what a christian should be then many of the christians. I knew they would say things like why did you say that. Aren't you a good christian. You we're all going for a beer. We know you won't come because your a good christian. The non-christians no and so two year point when we say we used to own everything. It's not that everybody agreed with christianity. Instead it was the dominant culture and everybody knew what it was and no one considered doing the quote unquote wrong thing and i put it in air quotes and even that is a sign that i'm like i'm shy say that the truth is the truth. Which is stupid..

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

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

02:40 min | 2 years 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 KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:30 min | 2 years 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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