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"brian cameras" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:56 min | Last month

"brian cameras" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Please joined by sam gandhi of the detroit red wings and most specifically though for the purposes of this conversation and sam. thanks so much for joining us The transition of control With detroit marlboros of the gt h. L. from jim nicoletti to sam gonyea and john taveras. Why would you want to get involved in minor hockey in the first place. I mean jim nicoletti. They approached me in the again in the spring. About the possibility. And you know it really got me excited. I think just my minor. Hockey experience was fantastic. You know. I feel very fortunate to have gone through it and i know that not everyone says the same and i think it's. It's a great opportunity to get back to hockey community. That you know has meant a lot to me and you know it's also a great opportunity to kind of learn that side of it. I think i've played hockey for a long time. You know i've been really focused on developing my own game. And i'm always looking for different ways to improve and i think i can take a lot of that knowledge and help The next generation of player and then just in speaking Obviously john diverse. I really good friends and we talk a lot about everything really Mostly hockey but So just in having this discussion with him. Obviously the marlies He's very proud about his history playing there and You know just felt like it was a good fit to have him involved as well and we're really looking forward to seeing what What we can do that. And you're obviously there's a great tradition the nicoletti the dennis's have done a fantastic job over the last thirty five years so We have some big shoes to fill but We're excited about it. Did you have any idea the craziness that would ensue. When it got out that you and john devaras were taking over. I mean i. It's hockey in toronto. Right so i have a lot of stories growing up about just the craziness of minor hockey tournaments minor hockey parents. When you're in the hockey hotbed. I think most parents feel that you know. There's a chance for their kid to play in the nhl and it brings out A lot of emotions and So i figured it was going to be a big story. Just based on the fact that you know it's john and i as well but You know obviously when you came up the news. I i didn't expect it to be at that level but Yeah it's it's it's funny. It became an entirely huge phenomenon as we all saw play out and this was elliott. Correct me if i'm wrong. This was i think in elliott's mind a kind of last detail on hockey night in canada's segment that was supposed to be a feel-good story that that went to break. How did everything changed for you when elliot that news out on headlines. Yeah yeah thanks for that elliott pleasure. It was funny is actually getting lined up for face off in nashville In you guys were on air or you guys might have been on air before and are one of the linesmen said to me. Hey congratulations on the marlies is like what like. Yeah yeah i just heard about it or nhl dot com and a mike. I lost that face off clean but it was. It was an interesting couple days. Just kind of Trying to sort everything out like you know We we've been trying to keep everything kind of under wraps well The transition took place It's still in the process right now. Were were in the process of naming a president and general manager. Obviously with john. I still playing and wanting to play as long as we can. I think on the day to day side. We're gonna need Help sore in the process of getting taken care of and you know. Hopefully that'll all be done in the short term. I guess let me pick up on that because you went through as you mentioned both you and john played in the In the marlins organization that was one of the by the way. You're minor midget. That's one of the best teams. I ever saw. That team was was ridiculous. I think you guys only lost one game all season long you and john and huma lou would have been on. That team on. Brendan smith and brian camera. And just invive and anti gordy go played corey goal of afraid defenseman like it was a stack team and i'm sure it's g. t. h. l. So everybody has an opinion on how everything should run like every parent every kid every coach every administrator. Do you have in your mind. And maybe in talking with john ideas on how would like to run things differently. You like to do things differently in minor hockey. Yeah definitely I think You know that was part of the reason we are so excited about. This is because of our our experience in matter. Hockey was just incredible. We rolled for lines. I mean we had a really good deep team but we rolled for lines. Everyone there is time and it was all about development. I can't think of a practice that we went through. That was systems based or anything but the development of us has players and as people and know. My dad was an assistant coach in that team obviously had a lot of experience in hockey and then james naylor was our head coach and i can't say enough good things about him About the way he operated things. If we had a fifty minute practice it was fifty minutes of trying to make us better hockey players. It wasn't you know. What are we gonna do to win tomorrow. The winning took care of itself. Because we were developing so much. If you look at the first year That we all got together to the last year. We all altogether the strides that we all took as players. They were huge. And you know you look at some of the success that we've had Between john myself and cody in kemin brennan in guys play college hockey and then the. Oh aw had big numbers new at shell. Brian cameron kerr sock and just invive. I mean it's a testament to kind of how we were raised within that system and You know i. I look at some of the other minor hockey teams that i kind of watch their practices or you know get called up the different teams or plan tournaments with different teams and it was a different mindset and i think trying to develop a winning mindset at that age is important but at the same time. Winning isn't be all end. All and.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"I can amy coupon was a little bit loose with some to the fiction but. If I remember correctly, they did kind of lose to fact that he might have Rafidah allegedly right. So, if I'm being accused of something like that like. This time to be announcing shows, there's no time to be trying to learn secret potluck patron podcasts, I mean you're GonNa try and create your name. So you could go back to do what you're doing before the level you're doing it like. Some nondescript studio with a wobbly table doing conspiracy free podcast with somebody that you didn't probably speak to that much prior in some Tripoli who's been absolute jen in terms of how he's backed him in public is probably against some trip. He doesn't know Brian Cameras well as Joe Rogan does and he's beckoning more than he is. It's like, oh. Yeah. All the things again annual has continued. Looking over the websites for the club listed above reveals interesting details. The helium comedy chain not only has kind of performance has promoting his appearance from the Shane in his who might remember from side in again. See Look. Just his own surface action is getting Shinkin this name for in the mud. The candidacy Improv is also has Kevin Show promoted on his main page and it's an Improv has listed on the calendar. Turbo meanwhile, the breakdown comedy clubs seemed to have scrubbed cannons named from their website already want. So one places really knocked him off a Google Search Name Brand current tells Debbie La. He says, however, if you get the link, it takes you to a May pay listed on the day shown in. Google. Preview new cannons list still is unclear if he's been counselor Britan's laying Lonzo its Tom. Blows over. Court. Cookman and take them shed their profound disappointment with the men in comedy saying following Cartman said France for doing this work. Hope you'll as discussed design at the male Comedians who will say anything don't even mean friends of color I mean the good guys week just fucking week but again, what you expect, right they don't help you any like La Comedians. The just the worst in they don't th friendship doesn't exist. No. Trying to protect their own shows, protect their agents detector on open trinity to Gauge Gigs it is what it is. Suggest that somehow people are not involved in a even their friends are going somehow jumping to be allies. It's just not going to happen there waiting for the guy to get canceled completely say can take your spot comedy club comedy story..

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"brian cameras" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"There was some points for some people a little bit of tension. I don't know if it was because of body Being a comfortable the body all in the mind. I don't know it was more Brian Cameras. And then be okay if the sex point you. You're very welcome actually just around. No what I what? I what I mean if that happens powder puff of the of way of dealing with the mind to notice well when the mind fumes. I'm comfortable so often. The body is own. Comfortable is very difficult to be happy in the mind. So this Just wanted to mention that again. There's always you could unity if you will. Some sort of physical pain of some mental. Pin comes up often. A grades of relief can be just ungodly signed at Walcott. So the nice thing in the monasteries that own you can just walk with and backwoods and nobody considers you a. We know when you do that is just a normal thing in the home series called. I talking and that can be helpful in situations like that if you have. Let's coming up that you that you could uncomfortable. Maybe you in pain. You just feel very restless in the mind. For some reason something comes up Based on force yourself just sitting pugh find that you'll get negative about you. Meditation and to begin to struggle use. That's there's no competition and there's no failure on better or worse this only the intelligence that we hughes in mind to see. What do you need to you need? And if it's if it's it's not feeling well give it. Something gives a little bit on walk. Just just trade yourself kind. Bet Your major objective and the meditation without kindness is not GonNa be success in the meditation and as not GonNa be a pleasant life just this very sad people treat themselves Ashley. Actually whatever the opportunity to learn to soften that in Amman softness this workshop and the macrumors this this show would be called personality on me determines the flavor of life. So that is where the emphasises make. Sure you are your best friend to yourself. If you off your own dog is a is a is a nice person than Shit can fly although basically you're gonNA manage well even even if there's stuff dropping onto youth. That is a beloved kindness. Already in your mind you will always experience it in a very different way from somebody who was was that we are creating this world around us is no world there is all mind interacting with that. What is coming towards always a two way street? That is no puled. -ception input side coming from outside and it hits already sensing it hits the wanting of not wanting inside of themselves already from muddy Depending on the likes and dislikes we we see something that people get delighted about the next person standing next to it is upset so it's not that that image that comes to woods says it's this interaction always with own mind that creates would be called reality so obviously intelligent way to deal with not being able to control every single which comes towards making making a than seeing that has hit of his hit. Buzz impressions by song by size creating feeding spreading salts creating new ones and repulsion through wounds his own time so if is awareness process then it's also understanding comes at kindnesses went to see how helpless we in that in that role thrown into this whole process. So there's no choice. Stop cannot even say them annotation stop. It never stops even if the sole stops perception isn't gonNA stop going on and on some sense something as I'm always aware of what is going on in asleep. Has this conscious part often going away for a while funds On and on rolling on if we awale so surreal realizing this a good English word for it. So just that's that's GonNa just. Is this lack of this. This lack of control that we ATF. Over this over his shoulder. Notice this this this knowledge that if you have the choice would never have the choice in a in. A certain country would bond with certain parents have siblings on on siblings with Gordon Badge Friends with experiences Gordon bad experiences actually and all this this The same sex has made us into into the person that we all today. There's no It's didn't started with a with a blank page. I'm not saying that that doesn't exist but tunnel number stuff doesn't exist action that never. Let's clean slate from the very beginning. Baby starts already these wanting that not wanting starts ready in that in that process certain Certain tendencies tendencies from already from the very beginning and they get done no chance that environment again not a pseudonym on one hand it takes a little bit of this responsibility away because it was never revient hands the hands it makes you more responsibility because you know actually my actions my soul. It's my speech. My behavior is going to determine what I've experienced in the future. What minds do I create age? That is that is experiencing life streaming at me until the rest of my life and obviously a big problem. That.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Way to hire. Over Winfrey has been out campaigning in Georgia for Stacey Abrams. Who if she wins would become the country's first African American female governor tonight Winfrey has responded to a racist robo-call targeted Georgia voters from white supremacist group. We're gonna play you her response in a moment. Here's some of that call and again, a warning it's pretty vile. The magical negro. You to make my fellow negroes. Abraham. The governor of Georgia where others. I see someone white women can be tricked into boating for especially the patch. Every day. We're going to get a new car. So you get a car. Can you get a car? A car. Everybody gets. Actually was sent out. Here's what Oprah Winfrey posted on Instagram tonight. I heard people making racist robo calls in my name against Stacey Abrams. I am one hundred percent four Georgia. I just wanted to say she don't like ugly. We know what to do about that. The. Tomorrow show up and show out. Just response. I mean, they I mean, what can we say about the robocall just second? Yeah. And you've seen a few of these in a in a couple of the the racist here down in Florida in and now, of course, down in Georgia who knows where they're coming from. I think most of the candidates camp in to Santa's have rebuke thin, and obviously they have nothing. I think this one they know for the white supremacist group in over somewhere. Some whites purposes group. I mean, the thing is Oprah Winfrey was very compelling of person to come down and essentially testify to suburban white win. And about why they should vote for Abrahams in that race. And I think there's some where either I mean because that is if they can if they can make those white women who typically vote for Republicans a switch parties in vote for Stacey Abrams swell, the African American vote. And then I get some my Tino voters out there as well. They're changing the demographic. Picks up, and that was a brilliant way to to turn a something negative or something positive. I mean, you take you take the crap it turned into fertilizer, and you do something positive with that she's done that her whole career. She did it tonight. We'll keep doing it. And I thought it was a it was really extrordinary. She she's dot somebody Oprah Winfrey who likes to jump into politics. But I think she saw something in Stacey Abramson. I think she also saw her being mistreated, and she says, you know, what this is another time for me to open my mouth and open, my heart and open my arms, and I think it was very effective. But to Niyaz point about the appeal from Oprah to white women is so key because followed up by the visit is this closing out ad from Stacey Abrams, which is completely geared towards appealing to white women there. I mean, the ad is full of just white women. Basically, it it is. And it is no doubt that it was sent out and distributed directly on the heels of the Oprah visit to try to hammer that that that group home. I gotta say that was I mean in in a litany of. Of stupid things done by the Kemp campaign and for the camp campaign, even if he didn't authorize it at the end, this is just throw this on the pile. He he denounced, of course. All I'm saying, it is all saying is it like if someone may have thought they were helping him. I mean, I'm not saying the name of this group. But a group does this not to actually convince voters they do it to gain recognition and backfires ready to drive more people for the group it gives them publicity here about Brian camera..

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

"Cagey. Oh, eight ten. There's been a lot of second guessing on the media and their relationship with the president. I mentioned before there's a new poll out saying the Americans a majority of Americans think that Trump and the media are responsible for all the discourse in this country. And it's not the media. It's it is Trump is the press taking Trump's attacks to personally Jon Stewart thinks so but let me say this to you John Stewart real journal. Well, let's listen to it. Let's listen to what Stewart has to say we that. Again, this come again, Jon Stewart from the daily show who is now I don't know what he does sits around his farm and and waxes philosophically occasionally. And that's what he did here. I dunno Chapelle is with him as well. But listen up your lives have taken it personally, personally wounded and offended by this, man. He baits them, and they dive in and what he's done. Well, I thought is appeal to their own. To their own ego. Because what he says is these are the journalist, Adam and say, we are noble. We are audible, how dare you, sir. And they take it personally. And now he's changed the conversation to not that his policies are silly or not working or any of those other things. It's all about the fight. He's he's able to tune out everything else and get people just focused on the fight. By the way, you quit, dude. You quit. You are a really important factor in young people getting news and understanding some of the complexities of the issues that face our nation, and you quit. So I don't care about what you think anymore because you have no skin in the game anymore. There are a lot of people a lot of journalists who risked their lives literally are risking their lives. And you we saw what happened with and we saw what happened with this Bauer sky in Pittsburgh. These are people that are motivated by. This guy's words. I'm talking about Trump. And again, Trump said he said it again today today, he said, we might have the soldiers shoot. Members of this caravan these women and children and men looking for political asylum have done nothing wrong. First thing out of his mouth after the lies of who's in this parade. Of human beings. There are no other no MS thirteen. He hasn't proved it. Again, you understand that? I don't really care what Jon Stewart has to say anymore. You know, I mean. I know I think in some ways because he was I he got a lot more props. But there's people that are doing better than he does right now. I didn't co bear handles it better than he does. I think he's funnier. I know they started there. And you know, he had his moment. Know. I mean, if you're a liberal, and you still are in love with John Stewart. I said get over yourself. Find somebody new find somebody. That's actually in the game. We talked. We had April Ryan on from CNN who sits right in the front and takes Trump's crap arrays racist shots at her. Brian cameras an old friend of mine who's in in there and has to listen to Sanders talk down to him like he's some kind of a disc jockey in a in a small station in Arkansas. He represents the line of twelve different newspapers and playboy, and he's there to report on the news. And when Sanders and Trump habitually lie and they push back. And then Trump goes in front of America and his crazy mobsters and says that the the press is the enemy of the people. And we're supposed to ignore that. That's what Jon Stewart Cink get over yourself. You get over yourself, dude. I'm sick of you sick of this. Like he has this little farm in upstate New York and occasionally gets on his plane and goes down to New York City and everybody fawns all over him. You know? I mean you. You know, look. The press the fourth estate in this country is not just valuable. It is critical. If we don't have a free press. Sixty percent of Republicans said they would agree. If Trump had the ability to shut down the press that weren't performing. Well, or didn't say things they thought were they said things that they were untrue. In other words, Trump cares about the second amendment, and none of the others, especially doesn't care about the twenty fifth amendment which would have him out of there in a straitjacket if it was ever invoked that's the only amendment. He cares about is the second amendment doesn't care about the free press. He doesn't care about the first amendment. The idea. Did you? A second. Oh my God. I forgot the story. I saw this. Did you see what Trump said again, this is all part and parcel to what we're talking about. Trump actually said nobody's done more for Christians to me. He said that. Hammer, the Roman guy with the hammer and the nail. Jesus. That's what Trump say nobody's ever done. More for cushions in me. He's desperate to shore up the Jellicoe vote. And you know, I'm an atheist, but I used to respect evangelical until they started following this guy. And then I realized oh, you're worse. You worse than the worst criminal. Deranged. I'm not going to say that. But evangelical said, follow Trump after all the things he said about people. I mean, it's everything Trump says is against the Judeo-Christian ethic everything including the lies. But just who he represents who he is. Anyway, so back to John Stewart. I, you know, there are people that you know, he he says Stewart San the Trump con the media, and that's not true. The media's not con they report there may maybe not prepared because most journalists aren't like me, they're not allowed to give their opinion. They're supposed to just write down the facts. And then Trump looks from the I'd says your liars, and they go we just quoted you how can we be liars? You're welcome to comment. If you feel at eight oh, eight oh, eight one. Oh, that's our phone number lot happening here today as you might be no Paul Rogers in the news. We're following the possibility that Roger stone and. Steve Bannon may have been cooperating with WikiLeaks leading up to the data dump that eventually brought down Hillary Clinton. But you know, I'm just I'm just telling you that the left has a problem too. And the left is. The media is not left to right. The media. I mean, we're talking about journalists. I'm talking about New York Times Washington Post. Not the opinion section, but the meet the if you read the paper like I do every day. I read dose four papers, the Washington Post LA times, the New York Times and. Well, variation of the Wall Street Journal Washington Times, mainly I look at a lot of them and you see straight good journalism and for Stewart to go after them. Pisses me off if you can't tell Dave, hey, you're on Keijo. Thanks for the call. Hey, man. What's your thought? Get over yourself, buddy. Get me get over myself. Why what what did I saw? Jon Stewart's John More for for politics. Chip franklin. I dunno comedy radio politics. You eight. June QB Smerch D little gift jockey? And Oregon smart. You elitists, you know, talking about your friend who by the way right for playboy. Because everyone reads the articles he writes for the Senate on newspapers. That's what he does. He also does it for playboy. But let me ask you a question. So you like Jon Stewart? The biggest Shannon. Media. Did you hear hey on second? Did you? Opinion. My goodness. Chip to Landau damn. Well, of course, this is not about journalism. We're not journalist here. He's not a journalist. I'm not a journalist. He's criticizing journalists. I'm defending journalists. So that's my opinion. I mean. Very gray area now in which journalists operates a hardline talking about because there is no gray line with journalism. It's empirical reporting of events facts, they have they are fact checked two and three times by editors go watch all the president's men. If you wanna see what journalism is all about. And you know, you can you wanna call me up have something to say just throw up on the radio. I mean, people are valuable time that people have out there and you vomit on the radio. Let's go to San Mateo. John, john. Hey, you're on K G. I know a lot of people like Jon Stewart. But I am what do you think? So the only thing I wanna say is that whatever Trump is doing. It's the politics is exactly the same. As what the Turkish Prime minister did and doing it. I'm not up to date on that. So what do you mean attacking the press? So so the first thing is he uses religion, and he conflicts himself on the things that he says, and then he completely get through the press. He owns all of it or his people. And they cannot say anything without he approves it. I know. Exactly the same way that he had talked to to be able to do these things. He's Trump is doing exactly the same thing. So whoever advised Turkish Prime minister, he's advising exactly the same way. That Trump is Trump is the case. So all the constitution that protects us. What's going to happen is? Companies the beginner to be able to remove them. Well. Hold on. Hold on. We have a constitution and a good example of where Trump got stopped as when he said he could writing executive order Theresa fourteenth amendment. He can't and even even even Republicans. And I've said this many times over Trump ain't a Republican. Right. So phone numbers eight oh eight oh, eight one. Oh, that's how you reach us. Coming up. The caravan is not dangerous to you. The president. However is we'll talk to Washington Post reporter, Philip bump for the latest.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

"Put on hold. We'll come back to you on a second. If she can hang let's go to Korean Cupertino, Corey, obviously. Hello. Yeah. Hi, Cory, obviously, America is a alcohol is a big part of our landscape. I mean, you know, it's look at the Super Bowl and all the ads for beer, we know cavenaugh loves beer, we all drink beer. We all drink alcohol not all of us. But most of us do and many of us that don't. Don't do because of a gene that makes us alcoholics. So can we really judge him and say that he's a bad person because he drinks beer or do? We look at the incident that Dr Ford said, and that has to be the thing that we use to get him off the court. Well, the question I have is with misfortune. I don't know if you've done the research or or know about it in Palo Alto. They have granny or in-law unit. And what she what they did was they have the building permits to install a granny unit. And that's the purpose of having that second door. What she said. That's not what she said. She said totally different to deceive the listeners. Well, let me ask you, do, you know for a fact that that's why they have that door. How do you know that you can check the building term limits in Palo Alto? And as I understand that the rancher super very high, and she rents out the home to Google people. Right. Yeah. She said during her testimony. Yeah. She she did that. Yeah. Yeah. Kind of to me. And the other thing is how she walked everywhere. There's no witness to collaborate her story. Hopping she walked from her home all the way to the country club to appear alive. At two o'clock for a two hour swimming session. So she gets done at four o'clock. And then she walks thirty miles to this house party. Thirty miles. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. You're you're not stating facts. Okay. I know that area. I I've lived in that area before and and there's there's a lot of ways to get around. People can your friends can drive you you can take a bus again, it's not thirty miles from Columbia country club to these parties where this whole areas like you're talking that large longest distance in any of those areas is like six or seven miles maybe, and there's you know, again back then and still today. There's there's a there's a ton of buses and also I'm going to imagine that she had a lot of friends but driver's licenses. You know, again, I think that if you doubt, and that's up to you. You know, what she said whether or not it's true. But I think that what you look at here is why would she lie? You look at people. And then they do that all the time. They, you know, again, this is part of the FBI investigation is like they're trying to figure out the person said this. But why you know, what are the reasons behind? Why would she lie? And then why would she tell her her her shrink six years before? I mean, there's a lot here that doesn't make sense. And again, what you've done is who's the guy Nikki that did that all the whole long tweets and had about this very thing about the d'appel ganger is and all that. Oh, Ed Whalen. Yeah. He had to take all that crap echoes all ally. And he was like putting somebody else's name on it. Like that was fair is. Yeah. We will. Well, we'll take a few more calls here and the phone number is eight oh eight oh eight one oh, Brian cameras going to join us in the next hour to he was actually in the rose garden today. He he's a White House pool. Reporter who saw miss Vega. I believe her name was have Trump said, you know, essentially, caller, not bright. But he you know, he said I asked him. So what does Trump call you? And he goes, oh, he says, hey, you or the playboy reporter? Anyway. So you're more your calls coming up next. That's Nikki, I'm chip geo. Chip Franklin on K G.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

"On K G O H N. Well, that's Nikki on the left side of your dial. I'm sitting on the right? So the have you ever been a member of the? I am a member of the ACLU. I remember. Number. Well, I my mind just expired, but I always and I did that. And I'm also a member of the NWEA CPI. What was the other one that? We. Oh, yeah. The anyway. But I I like to I like to join these groups. I actually at one point joined the NRA to to get their information and to be up to date, but then they raised their prices. The ACLU has always been controversial member the Nazis marching through Skokie, Illinois. I believe it was and it was the they've supported the Ku Klux Klan right to March in places. So now, they come at this is kind of a push back again on liberals. They've announced this weekend. They're going to take the unusual step of opposing Kavanagh's nomination the supreme court, and they're gonna have a seven figure ad blitz. Across four states, urging senators to vote against the confirmation West Virginia, Alaska, Nebraska, and Colorado, including one in Denver, and it should be highly viewed for the Broncos and chiefs Monday night game. Yeah. So anyway, but they're going after they're going to compare cavenaugh to Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton. Wow. Yeah. And that's a big deal because you know, I've always felt this way. I mean, I voted for Bill Clinton twice. But I was so I was on the air in DC during this time and push back was unbelievable. Because conservative talk radio was I mean, this is ninety eight the, you know, the thing was broke by drudge show, the internet didn't really exist. It exists today. I mean, he was the only really conservative website in one ninety eight. But and so in the in the first five seconds of the Colorado ad which addresses, Cory Gardner views. You'll see the images of Charlie rose and Matt Lauer who lost their job Harvey Weinstein. And then you're going to see pictures of Bill Clinton's denying sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky. That's hard core. Specially considering who lost Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. I mean, I don't know. I feel like the only thing, and this is just my opinion. I just feel like with Clinton Bill Clinton. Time has helped him, you know. And also because you know, it it does help everybody. There was also some you know, the economy. Good news with the economy with Bill Clinton. So we had some pros going for him. But yeah, I think that it was completely wrong. He abuses position of power. I think it's it's completely fair to criticize him over it. Well, you don't wanna bring the economy on when you're talking about that because the economy right now from all that's fine. Great. It'd be against Trump and still not acknowledged that you know, our country our economy's doing well, not everything has to be negative. But Trump himself that is negative. And I don't know if we're gonna do it later. But anytime he does something quote, unquote, good. I let's just say trade deals. He ruins it with a stupid immature insult to somebody or a stupid tweet. So it's like I would like anybody else beside you leading this country because were a child, and that's why he's an embarrassment. That's why I don't like Trump. It's kind of the way I feel about cavenaugh is well and the thing with cavenaugh. I don't you know, we don't know what he did for. Sure. Right. We we seem to be hearing. And we're going to talk about this at four o'clock about a lot of alcohol there. Yeah. I don't care beer. You know, the the the Matt Damon thing was freaking dying dying laughing. So maybe we'll play that for you. Oh, it's so long. But there's some parts of it. That are just golden. I don't know if Albert chopped it up. But anyway, so the Kavanagh's only the four supreme court nominee opposed by the ACLU in its ninety eight year history. Only four and me see if I can find out where the other four let me see the I was in seventy one when Nixon nominated Rehnquist to the bench. Disappointing him later eighty seven. When Reagan tapped Bork Bork didn't make it through and then Bush Samuel Alito who did. All that pork again. We're eventually confirmed. So I look at this. And I think the myself. Know we have enough on cavenaugh from. I think from the hearing to say would this guy really shouldn't be on the supreme court the way that he chose to go after Clinton. I mean, let's take all the sexual assaults aside. He was put on the spot. And in my opinion, did not perform the way that you want a supreme court stuff. Right. Is that is that he was he was he was combative. He was not cool. Calm and collected. He conspiratorial was the weirdest. I mean, and mentioning Democrats in the Clintons shows that you have a bias that you're not even able to suppress a, you know, I just think and people say it all the time it is a job interview. And this is part of the job interview. Yes. It's a it's it's allegations made against you. And it's a unique situation not like a typical job interview. But it's not a typical job. It's a very important job. And I think he completely failed his attitude was terrible. It just was he? Well, he did not act judicial. And I'd be embarrassed. If I was. I'm gonna make the case that. Number one. I don't think they would have raped her. I think it was. No, I don't I don't know that I do. But I'm just saying I'm just saying, it's my opinion. Like, you just said earlier, it's my opinion. I think what they did was a crime. We only somebody against their will and throwing them down and getting alternatives definitely assault there. So, but again, I don't think I think they were so drunk, and we'll yeah, we're gonna get into this four o'clock after Trump's comments about imagine. If I drank a lot of beer that's here. That today lease on my God. It's awesome. Yeah. He goes. Because I don't drink beer. But imagine if I drink beer anyway. It's one of the few times in the world. They actually something that self deprecating was kind of funny, but. In a sad twenty way. I guess, but this is a Bill Clinton. I'm gonna make a case was worse than than than bread capital. Bill Clinton used his power to again, if you believe everybody, and I knew Joe Cammarata who was Paula Jones attorney real well. And he said he believed her with every bit of he didn't violate any attorney client privilege that Clinton. She wanted to meet him. It was totally innocent. She wasn't looking for sex. She walks in the room, and there he is shining on her just like, you know, the. And. And I believe that I believe that that Clinton would do something like that. Especially after the Wenski, I don't believe broaddrick from everything I've read about that. Which is a case of rape. But I do think that in some ways he he key cost gore. The election in two thousand I don't know how gore would have responded in those eight years, but had Gordon have Dick Cheney. I think you know, I think you can lay a lot on Bill Clinton and his his inadequacies his mental inadequacies. And so I don't have any problem on. I think the issue you a smart by going down that road. They're gonna impress moderate Republicans. And I don't think that's why they're doing it though. They don't really care. They just want to make a point. You just can't do this to women. Exactly. That's the mind. It doesn't matter. If you're a democrat or Republican and matters, if you're abusing women, that's that's what matters. Yeah. Those editorial by. However, what you call Ann Coulter when she bloviate about white men, and it's like, you know, why can't we just leave white men alone? I really can't leave us alone. G give white men a bit of power. And look what happens. Anyway. So yeah, we still don't want to get to Trump's comments. And I think Brian cameras going to join us at some point. Trump called a reporter in the rose garden today. Stupid, basically since you wasn't bright enough to ask him a question. So that's coming up. But it at four o'clock, we do Trump says, can you imagine if I drink beer, and it's one of the one of the few things that never cop to but the bigger question. Here does alcohol make you a worse version of yourself. Or is it a door to your monster? Mark judge says or can normally just good people do bad things when they're hammered. So you can have a beer think about that. And after the ram report next here on K G O chip Franklin on K.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The store and the app upgrade now to this facebook controversy you know this is this is a i think it's a good illustration of how ignorant and biased and bigoted and prejudiced liberalism is here you have facebook and they are hell bent on keeping hatred off of their site right they are hell bent on keeping divisive whatever else they can use to characterize conservatism they are there to read really conservatism from there online operations and they call it hate or hate speech or what have you so facebook removed an excerpt from the declaration of independence claiming that the text of the declaration of independence violated facebook's policies on hate speech the liberty county vindicator have been uploading the declaration of independence in parts to their facebook page this is a newspaper in texas they been uploading the declaration imparts in segments to their facebook page the tenth part was removed and i'm not gonna read the entire text that was removed because it's a it's a pretty long paragraph but it's the paragraph that describes the the reasons the columnists star declaring independence because of the tyrannical behavior of the king and it is categorized it's listed for example he has abdicated government here by declaring us out of his protection and waging war against us he is plundered our seas ravaged our coasts burnt our towns and destroyed the lives of our people he is at this time transporting large armies of foreign mercenaries to complete the works of death desolation and tyranny already begun with circumstances of cruelty imperfectly scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages and totally unworthy they have a civilized nation he doesn't read this i wonder and i'm serious i wonder how many people in america actually read the declaration i think a lot of people think they know the preamble i wonder how many people have actually not to mention the constitution i am here to tell you i agree with our friends at hillsdale college i really believe if more people had been taught actually read the constitution we wouldn't have as many problems culturally and socially as we have in this country but it isn't taught and in modern era days in fact the constitution is taught as a racist bigoted charter of negative liberties the constitution is actually ripped and criticized in much of public education university education today and by charter of negative liberties these people claim it doesn't tell the government what it can do do it's exactly right the constitution is a document of limits on the government the constitution is the documentation of the founding of a nation based on the sovereignty and freedom of the citizens and it spells out what government cannot do but it doesn't spell out what government can do and saw a bunch of leftist anti constitutionalists think that it needs to be rewritten likewise i bet you i'll bet i i would i would have has it a guess so don't wanna has it a guess but i will a large percentage of the people even listening to this program but i was reading this excerpt of the declaration we're hearing it for the first time let me ask mr snerdley when you were in school where you're required to read the declaration about the don was not brian camera so you are not he can't remember so so half of us i was taught the declaration snerdley was made the learning read it but the other two weren't probably par for the.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Be helping us find new listeners now we're grateful for all of you out there that are tuning in so send us a note and let us know why you do it'll be fun okay today on the show we have a few things lined up to broaden our perspectives i will be hosting two of the most interesting analysts we know their world travelers built stock markets in far lands and they go to some of the most unlikely places on earth to find investment opportunities i like to think of them as the indiana jones of investment research i'm talking about kim iskin and brian to kengo from our asia affiliate stanbury churchouse research you might not know it but ends ray has had a real presence in asia for several years now far beyond just steve sughrue true wealth opportunities china service and we have this presence in asia because we're serious about understanding the opportunities presented in this part of the world so we're paying attention in fact it's exactly why steve's sughrue sponsored two conferences in china last month in shanghai and hong kong and we did so with the help from our friends at stands berry churchouse research kim and brian are here today to talk about how trade war might affect your opportunities in china what investment themes in asia they're falling most closely right now and a phenomenon we witnessed all over in our travels with steve sughrue and that's something we call the great asian infrastructure ketchup brian camera here today to tell you all about how to take advantage of it and we're also going to.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

"So sean spicer is a guy that i thought for awhile actually might have got his stuff together but apparently he's still carrying the trump bucket he was attacking a one of the correspondence who was who was who dared criticize sarah huckabee sanders april ryan is a reporter and sanders was on this sanders on fox in idiots here listen up hello brian i don't think she wants to start a fight but look by her own admission she's in the briefing room for twenty one years and it's not just her but there's a lot of other reporters that because of the attention the briefing gets now have gotten newfound notoriety suddenly after april engage in a bunch of back and forth she gets a cnn contract as have many other reporters who have created sort of youtube viral moments not because of the content of the reporting but because they became some kind of sensation through a back and forth with means they're more interested in personal right yeah the guy writing a book and going on brian cameras with us here and he is one of those guys said that god on cnn after he stood up to sanders and i know that's why you did it brian right which is the thing ryan by with a coin changer and i figured hey five minutes of this and i can you know mortgage know what it is is that it has become a whitening rod.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Recorded history is sending the last one hundred fifty years in which western economies of outweighed those in the east in hong kong irish out salaam at bloomberg daybreak asia while a deal to buy the struggling wind saint company has collapsed in iran contra sweet fess made unauthorized inapp then there she served as head of the small business administration under president barack obama and according to blame deck reporter physically her group is pulling out after a good look at the books aren't of standing is that there was more debt don had initially being disclosed to them or that they knew old and as a result sending a statement that the likelihood of a deal being competed thing doubtful the once in company has been brought down by sexual harassment claims against cofounder harvey weinstein all right six and a half minutes now past the hour it's time for a global news update north korea's kim jongun is now expressing a willingness to talk about nuclear weapons with the united states and president trump has responded let's get the story with ed baxter from the bloomberg 960 newsroom in san francisco at uri jarve uh brian cameras has also agreed to meet next month with south korean president moon jae andrew non humble declutter president saying them as talked to north korean order to denuclearise the korean peninsula but at the same time we must put our maximum efforts and without wishing effective measures against north korean nuclear doesn't and our missiles and president trump says he thinks north korea sincere in part because of the sanctions he says he's hopeful i think that the air statement and the statements coming out of south korea and north korea have been very positive that would be a great thing for the world great thing for the world so we'll see how it all comes about now he says he's wanted to go either way his words explain further by the scepticism of the national head of intelligence dan coats in front of congress today girth career has to agree to not possess nuclear capability until that happens that we cannot have an agreement with them but that is our position and will so we'll see what happens here and the south delegation is now set to travel to the united states tomorrow in un human rights office as a widespread insists them systematic violence aimed at the ringo's and me in bars continuing high commissioner for human rights rupert colville says even genocide can now be ruled out officials.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Every year the white house holds a holiday party for the press sometimes two of them but this year cnn decided to skip the white house christmas party here was this statement from the network about why quote in light of the president's continued attacks on freedom of the press and cnn we do not feel it's appropriate to celebrate with him as his invited guests we will send a white house reporting team to the event and report on it if news warrants now every other major television network did go ahead and allow staff did a thing you know you have staff go ahead and attend this party you can see that from the photos here shared on twitter there were also journalists from print publications at the new york times who decided to attend trump did not answer any questions about the flynn of the flynn plea deal he didn't pose for photos but he did give a brief speech praising the stamina of the press now i think it's interesting that this decision was so controversial that outlets had to decide whether to go to the party or not so let's talk with two reporters who did not attend find out what happened here april ryan brian camera back with me and in april had slept dig into this you were not invited is that right what happens what happened i i was not invited i did not receive brian behave acted in nayarit save their rotation now brian you have to understand people think that these asians just come out um you know just before the party the invitations were given out weeks in advance way before thanksgiving in november i knew i wasn't invited now was finally who is a guard john lewis.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on WCHS

"Am a fighter i'd been in a trinkets for a long time i have seven presidential campaign nineteen state and local campaign 56 congressional house and senate and twenty one un meet year cycles including the one that we just had back on november seven and eleven a presidential cycle so forty nine states i'm not someone that you bring on board uh to sit in the room and and count the number of stars i'm somebody you bring because you want to win you wanna battle you wanna put people in strategic positions but more importantly i understood that their goal was to 100 in a seventy electoral votes which i support i supported hillary clinton get into the white house but also wanted to maintain the integrity of national committee an hourlong battle to not just win at the presidential legitimate i if you were running for sheriff city council or any other race i wanted to maintain the independence of the party to win at every level that was my goal i want to go back to the insolvency of the democratic national committee in a moment but right now before the break we have a call from brian in pittsburgh for donna brazile her new book hacks good evening brian camera evening and um mizzou on uh say this with all due respect because i i believe here fairly respect woman yourself you say that you were uh surprised at the amount of fraud there was going on inside the the campaign after he took over the uh uh democratic party uh uh moved my mind because i have drinking the chairwoman of the democratic national committee right okay it exactly sorry about that um given looked on type but um bill whic easily uh finals have pretty much proven and they've never been this proven make you actually fed to hillary clinton uh questions prior to slam of heard debates with barring well let's go down to that into that issue it's it's a does uh obviously come up in in the books at hacks in fact since we're overdue for a break we'll come back and we will address that specific story which is of course part of the story of the 2016 campaign our guest donna brazile back in a moment pressures off for base buildings only an unclear windows northern accessory economic recovery we've all.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Self no that's a tough tough injury of course the new york media pounced on obt j asking him about the alleged dance battle with russell westbrook why do it was a fullon dance barrowman and low we were in their break dancing levin with a paired onus villanova you know in a it was just it was a credible to be able to do something like that with russell era no it was it was everything from it elephant see shas comment yes by june in the media or whoever was at a spy it was a spy spa spied a page six sake that spy near those two guys are as what word of my looking four does rogge live wasn't broken odell beckham joe her as electric a pair of personalities at pro sports hanson who currently so the two of them in a real dance battle might be a lot of fun if it i believe there well we've seen russell bust a move with his homeboy a say as his former teammate now the guy he dance with prior to the game russell westbook here was a youth rdr was always work of ridic who would you take i take westbrook in that i think russell westbook i would say in the dance battle i think i would take him mm more energy your thinking of cameron payne brian camera pave the girl to five here in the eu who would dare to go live it i'm impulse i'm getting more airlines roussy i would probably take i'm gonna take oh deal all you work wow arrigo sal south over the west coast if it ever happens man we got our bets are coming up next in andhra bogus update a news from the entertainment world they're made us dust off one of the great geo and jones moments of all time we're coming right back.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KOMO

"Aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the fours let's give the latest here's mark lamb and bruins tonight by north at george hopper road a collision blocking the left lane partially blocked right lane means on the scene there written statement 167 northbound at all lanes are crash block that self one in history it is yellow parts place that will sunday which means like walk russian boulevard western shore seward brown park in mount dacre is closed except it's opened the cyclists and pedestrians only lower queen anne has pedestrians at allowed extra traffic attending sale kemp best should have passed highway 410 is closed between highway 1 23 in lobbying river road that for review of the fire damage from no task your next report at eleven twenty four unmarked plan homeowners partly cloudy skies today look for highs in the mid70s and then tomorrow absolutely perfect poorly eclipse look for mostly clear skies highs of around eighty degrees on tuesday pretty much the same thing wednesday the clouds returned look for highs again in the '70s i'm jeff pohjola that's check of the forecast from the kitlope forecast team it's a northwest lifestyle weekend on komo news this is i are she's health talk back to tom hutyler and share of kelly back with more of ird physical it had therapies health audit averts get the day as dr brian camera whose it orthopedic surgeon at edmonds orthopedic center of course one of the things it's a great about the show as we try to edgy catch you on a lot of issues whether it be physical or perhaps in the realm of diseases at today we're talking about something i'd ever heard of us slap sla peace slap legion yet you'd most likely heard about it you just not picking up on it because this is really common in overhead athletes and sometimes it's a traumatic injury where you get a traction injury or a fall but it's a slapped here let's find out more with dr brian karonen general kelly dark kamin welcome health talk as tom mention your orthopedic surgeon up the edmund jerry with proliant surgeons but.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KOMO

"Brian clark actor comedian an entertainer jerry lewis has died at ninety one is publicised tells the associated press lewis formed a wellknown cavity deal with dean barton known as bart and lowest but he was perhaps best known for his role as chairman of the muscular dystrophy association and the annual labor day weekend telethon lewis born in new jersey and 1926 had one several lifetime achievement awards again jerry lewis the entertainer best known for his role as chairman upi muscular dystrophy association and his annual labor day weekend telethon has died at ninety one his publicist tells the associated press i'm brian clark this is special report from abc news that's what everybody's got an and and so that fall through a lot of it is your loading in your stretching your eastcentral glee loading and stretching those muscles of that form degree your dancers and that's where she most likely experience in pain i'm 95 percent sure it's on the top reform is probably really sore right at up bump it you can feel when you dig in with your fingers there at that epa con dao that support of your humerus bone upper arm bone what was your strategy when you were serving and bring them to the front of an act and then go deep like i'm a badminton them an andre agassi technica a serve and volley guy i i like i like to to do the serve i like to just hit it as high as like oh yeah and see if the other person was able to track it when they're coming down you know it's a great game it's it's it's getting popular in the puget sound there's actually bad mitton clubs i think there's one actually michael chea one and bellevue and i mean it's a great game it's a fun game a pretty as i could have been an olympic badminton player well as young as you know there's not that many people the tool of talent with smaller have the canadians and i know you could have here all right thanks for the question of you have what force question did i r g p t dot com our first guest coming up and that will be dr brian camera and an orthopedic surgeon at at vince orthopedics that are talking about slap lesions what are they will.

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"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"brian cameras" Discussed on KGO 810

"That uh that he's been replaced let people have been wondering how spicer's handling the news spicer said he's going to be okay and that he will survive which explains why he releases music video earlier today daily of this bye will survive as long as i know how how stay alive life to they've got all my love to give will survive i will find on who is in the white house pool and he likes sean spicer you're right member dinner last time we had a monty was talking about he's talking to spicer recently in and he's the guy if you don't remember brian cameras a guy that stood up to huckabee sanders and made you know kind of the big news when he he he argued with her so this you probably heard that ninety nine percent of the brain's donated by families of former nfl players have showed signs of ct and that's chronic traumatic and of apathy and it's a it's a very it's a degenerative disease that causes dementia does it incredibly incredibly the meeting find would surely jackson's the lottery is because everybody thinks the draft for young men many young men nowadays predominantly africanamerican men predominantly coming from lower and socioeconomic backgrounds right this is their ticket this is their lottery take i quit and surely jackson wrote a story called the lottery and let me tell you the story so you're talking about the nfl lottery no i'm talking about the lottery take that that's for the draw the nfl draft the other really in the lottery in the nfl there because it's the worst team gets the first pick right which they should change because you got teams tank and at the end of the year maybe you know pulling out key players so there are they get that lottery pick which is unfair if and other team you're competing with his plan that team in a so so let me speak to you if you haven't heard surely jackson wrote a story call the lottery in the beginning of the story the holt and i'm going to give you the the the nickel version of this the whole town is so excited that there's going to be this lottery and everybody's really excited to what it's going to be and there's a trump missing trump girl.

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