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"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Been hearing this news the last hour and a half or so all the networks, including Fox, now calling the election based on the math, So this hour is largely for you. Don't call in and honk your car horns don't bring out your tutors and tweeters and whatever those horns or that you bring to the ball games. But how are you feeling? Democrats? Joy, eagerness, optimism, relief anxiety still because Trump is not conceding, and this is not over and court Trump actually tweeted that he won the election right after the networks called it For Biden, but anything you want to say we can continue to bring you information and analysis. 646435 70 to 80 as we're going to just invite you to start firing up your phones and we'll fire up our phones at six for six. 435 70 to 80 or tweet at Brian Lara and Hello, Kai, right? Hello, Brian. I tell you, it's is Thies moments in New York City, where you're just reminded of all the humanity here, you know, setting aside all ideology and this, There's just there's There's been these moments in our time where just folks pour into the streets and want to be together and be with each other. Oh, and you know, after four years of acrimony and you know I think, certainly after three or four days, I don't even know how many days it's been now I've lost count since Tuesday of waiting in suspense for an outcome to this. We are seeing certainly the city but all over the region. It seems like people just dying to be together. And you know, in this year of any joy being mixed with all kinds of sorrow, the first thing the celebration sounded like when I heard it out my window. It's going out on my going on. Or was outside my window in Upper Manhattan. The first thing it reminded me of was the seven o'clock Thank you's in the early weeks of the pandemic. But then I remembered that it also sounded like when the Yankees or Mets won the World Series and the fact that those two things could co exist, I think reflects something about how ambivalent a year You know any joy is Ah ah, Any joy takes place in this year. Yeah, And it's been, you know. Ah, pregnant for a few days with that, you know, in that regard, you know that it's still you know, I think a lot of people were certainly Democrats. But a lot of people period were just So frustrated to not have closure on this process over the last few days, and in some ways, you know asleep For some people, you can argue they're still his enclosure, The president said. The president is not planning to concede really. Giuliani has who's the president's personal lawyer has said that they plan to mount continue mounting their legal battles. God. There is no indication that any of those legal battles have any ground thus far, but that That still leaves it open for a lot of folks right that they're still his enclosure, so I don't know. I mean, and I think when you add the corona virus to it as well, also where we can't seem to get closure so many people we didn't think we would still be operating. We wouldn't be living the way we are now. Some six months ago. So I think for a lot of people just to try to get towards closure on anything in our lives right now on this election being yet I think that's a lot of the emotion. We're seeing our streets right and I said. That Democrats. Ah can call in with your mix of emotions right now, obviously in Blue New York, 80% or whatever it is of people voted for Joe Biden. 20% of you voted for Donald Trump and in the New York City suburbs more than 20% of you voted for Donald Trump. So you can also call in and say, how you feeling right now. Do you feel like your block is now going to be overrun by crime and Communism because Joe Biden was elected, You know, that was some of the campaign rhetoric. But obviously if you didn't vote for Joe Biden, if you did vote for Donald Trump You have trepidations about something and you can call in with those two, of course. 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 or tweet at Brian Later. Um, you know, part of the Complex mix of feelings, I think has to come from the fact that it isn't over in the way it was. Let's say after 2008, do you remember where you were when the election of Barack Obama was called? Such an explosion in the streets. And certainly that happened at my window, too, at that time. But For people who voted for Obama, You know so much joy, so much optimism for hope and change on go backto any presidential election you want. We do still have this situation. Where the networks don't really get to call an election. The Electoral college gets to call an election and state by state. They have to certify the results when all the votes are counted. And they haven't done that in any state. Yet. That's still at least days away, and there are going to be caught challenges and we don't know what's gonna happen in the streets on behalf of Trump, so it's not really over. It's not. It's funny. First off when you say 2008, where I was was alone in a hotel room in Richmond, Virginia, filing my story from the poles for the root dot com on I.
"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brian Lara, W and my C and we'll talk now about some of the medical aspects of President Trump's Cove it and related issues, including his press secretary. Kayleigh Mcenany and announcing in just the last few minutes that she has tested positive for covert. My guest is Dr Critica Kapali, in fact, infectious disease physician and professor of medicine. In the division of Infectious diseases at the Medical University of South Carolina, Among other things, she has testified before Congress twice about covert 19 Doctor Kapali. Thanks for this consultation today, Welcome back to WN. Hi. Thanks for having me and I see you've already tweeted a reaction to Kaylie Mack in Amy's covert task. What do you thinking? Well, you know, I have a lot of thoughts about this. First of all. I don't understand why she was not self isolating. Given her exposure to the president, who we know already is positive. She should not have been in contact with other members of the press corps. She should not have been putting them at risk. And I believe that if I'm correct, she was also having these encounters by not wearing masks so therefore increasing the risk of her transmitting infection. Ah, I was also looking and seeing that she said that she's been being tested every day. But I think that a number of people in the administration don't seem to understand is When you get tested that has been telling you that you are negative at that point in time. If you're incubating the virus, it will not tell you that you're incubating the virus, and that seems to be a disconnect. Amongst the people in the administration. So what can we learn medically from the progression of Kayleigh mcenany these tests because if she was with the president on those other occasions, Where exposure and spread seemed to be happening like at the debate or debate Prep or the Amy Comey Cockney Barrett unveiling. I don't know exactly if she was in the president's company at those things, but obviously she was in the president's company. Frequently around those things. And then she tested negative on some days. But then, boom today she tested positive. What does that show us about the progression of the disease in our bodies from the time where we're exposed and actually contracted from somebody? To the time it will show up as a positive test. Sure, I think that's a wonderful question. So we know that The incubation period for the virus is anywhere up to 14 days. What that means is that it looks like AH, far we can tell that the White House Rose Garden event from Last Saturday was when Ah, you know, that's what started this outbreak, though my recommendation would be that anybody who was at that event that they self isolate, and they do so for 14 days and that they get tested. Particularly if they developed symptoms. My other recommendation is is that if you've been in contact with people who have been in contact with some of these high profile people who have we know have had Corbett, you also need to be self isolating for up to 14 days. This is also why we recommend you know some of the things that we've been talking about, wearing masks, maintaining social distance, maintaining good hand hiking. These are the things that will also prevent you from getting hope it if you're in the presence of somebody who may have to disease. S so this is why contact facing is extremely important. We need to understand who the people who are positive has been in contact with that they can be appropriately notified. Knows they need to stuff I don't continued. Have onward propagation of the disease. On the mix of drugs. Oh, and by the way, Kayleigh Mcenany spoke mask less to reporters just yesterday. And does so many days. I saw video myself on TV yesterday of her walking to the podium where she was going to brief reporters with a mask. And as soon as she got to it, she took off her mask. And so I don't know what this indicates for how members of the White House Press Corps are goingto have to behave now. They were outdoors and I'm not sure exactly if they were No closer than 6 ft. To her. In all cases, I think they probably were further than 6 ft, but nevertheless she keeps doing these briefings to a lot of reporters. Without masks. And now, Kayleigh mcenany is positive, too. Let me ask you about the mix of drugs being used right now on the president. And even the hospitalization itself. Some media people have used the term throwing the kitchen sink at Trump. I don't know if that's a medical term doctor. But how How would you compare his treatment to other cove it patients with similar symptoms and risk factors. Sure that's a great question. And I think I've been guilty of using that term, throwing the kitchen sink at President Trump as well. But you know the treatment the president is getting is ah. You know, let's not make no mistake. He's getting the treatment because he's the president of the United States. He has access to anything and everything he wants, and I think that that's something that people need to keep in mind. He's getting the best medical care. He's getting continuous medical care. And this is not treatment. You I nor any other people would have access to He, you know, got the Regeneron and the body cocktail. Uh uh, Just right after there was some preliminary data released without it. This dog is not even available for emergencies Authorization. He's getting reamed s severe He's getting death zones. We have maybe studied some of these drugs individually, but these drugs have not been studied together. He is my understanding the first person who has received this combination of drugs, which again is notable and important for people to understand that this is not something that Most people are going to have access to. It's hard for people have access to one of these therapeutics, let alone all three of them. For you as an infectious disease physician. If a regular American you were treating, let's say an Amazon warehouse worker with health insurance or a domestic worker without health insurance..
Facing a schism: A bishop, gay marriage and the Episcopal diocese of Albany
"The episcopal Bishop of Albany says a new resolution on gay marriage may lead to a break in the church Bishop Bill love of Albany has been one of eight bishops in the country that did not allow his diocese to perform marriage ceremonies for same sex couples. But now, the church is proposing a change Amy band coli has been reporting on the issue for the Albany times union now, the national churches saying yes, you have to allow people to marry in. In your churches? Even if the priest says, no, even if you have to bring in a priest from outside the clergy meets today to discuss the change which takes effect in
"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brian lara wnyc and what a couple of days for the trump administration's foreign policy and by implications for the whole world maybe you haven't even heard the news yet that this morning secretary of state mike pompeo is flying out of north korea with those three american hostages who've been held for awhile released and yesterday trump announced his intention to defy conventional foreign policy wisdom and the wishes of many american allies and exit the iran deal so is donald trump's bellicose rhetoric setting us on an unenviable path to war or can it actually bear results what is the actual lesson so far this attitude toward north korea or is approach to north korea with respect to iran now when it comes to a ron at least it's worth remembering if you think trump is such an outlier that he is by no means the first american politician to engage in saberrattling toward iran you may or may not recall this memorable exchange with senator john mccain who we now think of as a moderate at a two thousand seven campaign stop when he was starting to run for president in south carolina it's well documented that we have for a long time now known where the real problem is middle east and in fact the president adequately described as the axis of evil i guess my question is how many times do we have the prove that these people are blowing up people now never mind picking a nuclear weapon when do we message to tehran.
"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brian lara's wnyc wear ucla law professor adam winkler author now of we the corporation's hell american businesses one their civil rights and i mentioned before the break that adam also wrote gun fight the battle over the right to bear arms in america and is there a connection between eur two boats those two books in particular or did you just happen to look at those two different topics are two different times well there are two different topics two different time sort of united by i think in both books are really looking deep into a hidden or secret history about something that we often take for granted iin the gun case it was um our second amendment how we think about unbalanced gun rights with gun control and this once more about corp power and they are coming together these two ideas we're seeing corporations almost lead the charge right now against the nra with companies like delta and others pulling bout discount plans we're seeing corporations exert their political muscle if you will now in the gun debate two on the other side of that though sometimes i think there is a misnomer about who the nra represents and i'm curious to get your take on this that it's not just simply that they represent a large number of gun owners in the united states it's that most of those gun owners don't support the more radical positions of the nra do support things like assault weapons bans but the nra and people don't realize is so much really represent the gun manufacturers so it's it's if you're talking about dick's sporting goods and other places where corporate america is pushing back against the nra it's cooperation against corporation how much do see it that way well i do think obviously there's a symbiotic relationship between the nra and the gun makers and the gun makers rely on the nra to support its products and the gun makers um both support the nra by financing ads in the american riflemen and in other magazines i do think that the nra's real strength on election day does come from the ability to sway voters who really ours there are a number of singleissue progun voters think what we're seeing in the mobilization passed in the wake of park land as that were maybe seeing the rise of more single issue pro gun control voters and if that's the.
"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The epa over the past year and why he pushed for massive deregulation in the decades prior to joining the trump administration plus new york review of books editor ian baromer on his memoir a tokyo romance which explores his journey into tokyo's underground art scene during late 1970s stats today at noon on wnyc this is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation uh uh brian lara's wnyc and three weeks after the land florida school shootings the florida legislature has actually passed a gun control bill have you heard this and today's news it's the first florida gun control law in twenty years the nra opposed it now it doesn't do the big things it does do some little to medium thinks it does ban bomb stocks which can turn sandy automatics into continuous firing automatic weapons in fact it does raise the minimum age for buying guns from eighteen to twenty one it does create a threeday waiting period for many gun buyers are until a background check can be completed whichever is longer and it allows temporary confiscation of guns from people hospitalized involuntarily for certain psychiatric reasons those are steps but it doesn't ban assault weapons or big magazines or close the background check loopholes so really anyone over twenty one who wants to buy an assault weapon that can shoot dozens of bullets really fast before reloading can still legally do so in florida but it was the first gun control law of any kind in twenty years in a state where the nra can usually have its way with lawmakers and it did show some political momentum for the new youth driven gun control movement florida watchers say it came pretty close to passing the big gun control items which they say is remarkable for the politics of that state and who is responsible for the success of this movement so far maybe we've seen any of wednesday's but it i students had learned anything is that if you don't study you will fail and in this eighth adieu abdic we do not the people at sea usually ends up that it's time to start doing something that as you may know by now is the voice of emma gonzalez student at marjorie stone in douglas high school from a guncontrol rally in florida a few days after.
"brian lara" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For that one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six saved a couple of minutes on the back end is there anything that you want to get to be checked the fall examined look for quite some time let's go to pittsburgh you i love the berg love pittsburgh speaking of pittsburgh about the weighty clones we had two ladies on the atp and now we've got one on the phones sarah in pittsburgh it's great to have you sarah how are you form i'm brian lara repairable cold but i was listening to you this morning and that cheered me up and i just wanted to tell you that i am so sorry you're not on the mighty 1090 anymore five i love you and they think your show is fantastic and i've been listening since my kid was in third grade and he's now twenty eight so you're the best that is so awesome i'm sorry that you have a cold i'm sorry they don't feel so great you know hit that was some vitamin c maybe some economic asia you know you know what to do sarah it'd be great thank you very much that's always nice i'm sorry you're not on the mighty 1090 but i love you and i love the show and i've been listening since my kid was in third grade and now he's 28 come on sarah dopey dating you or me like that should say guy you know i love you and i love your show and i've been listening since my kid was in third grade and now he's in fourth grade about that all of my kids listened to your program or no my kids and they're friends all listen to the program and they're all twenty one all right sara thank you very much pittsburgh coming up big they were even before we start the simulcast that's also simulcast thing coming down to the end of it in case you missed it we had matt norrland or on in our number one we talked about the problems facing college basketball in this kind of interesting he made the point that you.
"brian lara" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brian lara's wnyc's president donald trump is reportedly urging staff to portray him as crazy trump poached his top trade negotiator robert lifesize earth on saying the same rights in through art of the deal style on how to negotiate with south koreans on whether the us with withdraw awesome the korean trade deal according to an axios report on sunday that said if people familiar with a conversation the meeting like this trump told the light is a you've got thirty days and if you don't get concessions and i'm pulling out laser replied okay will tell the koreans i've got thirty days no no no trump interjected that's not how you negotiate you don't tell the live got thirty days you tell them this guy so crazy he could pull out and he meant it that's what you tell them any minute trump continued and by the way i might you guys all need to know i might do you don't tell them thirty days if they take thirty days that will stretch this up now that sounds familiar it's because if you're old enough to remember this that's what president nixon once reportedly referred to as the madman theory telling his chief of staff quote we'll just slipped the word to them that for god's sake in no nixon is obsessed asked about communism we can't restrain them ladies angry and he has his hand on the nuclear button so if the president wants people to think he's crazy let's do mental health professionals say my next guest dandy lee is a faculty member in the law in psychiatry division of the l school of medicine and has recently organized the yale duty to warn conference as well as edited a new book called the dangerous case of donald trump 27 psychiatrists and mental health experts assess a president dr lee welcome to wnyc thank you so much for coming in thank you for having me are you challenging with this book the old goldwater role as it's called the mental health professionals shouldn't pronounced publicly on any diagnosis of a public figure like president of the.
"brian lara" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It's not dramatically interesting and if i point out in the book is somebody who teaches screenwriting we can't have a show where people have moral debate then don't fight each other because violence is one of the ways that we we express conflict in dramatic story but i loved it they game of thrones has at least kind of leaving give me the the walk you've gotta still leaving that possibility open that violence may not be the only solution because a lot of our faith traditions are wisdom tradition teaches that that it it's in case that you know the the greatest sort of security for our souls can be found i've read the various places in heard people make the comparison and i hate to get into a partisan or political thing but comparing trump to neagu in an and of course i i my my answer that would be i think these comics were written long before trump was elected so any any brian lara's coincidental yeah i think that the similarity is that you know those are to people who have a perception of how to be leaders and they're not really interested in what anybody else thing um and uh they believe that sort of asserting strength this the way to keep their their followers say and um yeah i think beyond that it it's hard it sort of uh get mv carolos because as you point out needham was created you know what ten years ago um and uh so so trump this is frequently on the same compared to that um but i think what uh what does happen is that each of these stories opens up for us the chance to kind of talk about whoever is in power to give him time because how power gets a third it is one of the things that these stories really wrestle with and you know how do you keep your community safe how do you keep your self stay what's the best way to respond to the danger and took threats in the world and and trump embodies one way of doing that um i i don't remember where it is in in the book but you make a comparison with the line of dialogue from walking dead about that the point being made that hey there is only a few of us left we need to stick together and that goes to the heart of.
"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brian lara's wnyc was sasha lebron's these is shopping shadows to tie ups of see us and the ends of the american dream is what's the ends of the american jeanclause flood definition of american dream dnc is threatened by this culture theo i think the american creating thrives in moments of optimism it thrives when we feel that i'll futures are gonna look back with no presence which looked better not passed its thrives whom we think that we can we make ourselves in all kinds of creative ways it's thrives when we have a sense of confidence in diversity and we believe that our community stronger if we have pluralism pluralism of beliefs pluralism of race religion of values and so on and that cream as a risk in a moment of intense fear because that's when we saw battening down the hatches that's when we stopped saying well my future can only be secured by barring you from entering the country or my community you can only be made safe by targeting this particular race or religion or this particular demographic and the more that we slide down this rabbit hole the more that we stop believing that all safety can only be guaranteed at the expense of other people the more we fall prey to demagogues we fall prey to people who say i have a solution i'm the only one who can make things better cross to me let me be a strong leader and i will secure you'll safety and this is what donald trump's been doing for the last two years now he doesn't come out of nowhere it's not everything was healthy then there was trump and then everything was on say he's the symptom all the consequence of a whole bunch of dysfunctions we've built up over the years we've become more and more unequal and asked we've become more on equal we started fearing people who were pour we've become more and more suspicious of douglas not all over the country but in some parts of the country and a critical massive people have begun to believe the data security can only be secure on as i said at the expense of other people and and demagogy is antipathetic to the american cream and that's the wish that we face at the moment and i will member now that you bring it up one of the.
"brian lara" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Favour i think he's clever by out but i don't know that he had any choice because it is illegal unconstitutional and only that he actually could've just let it end brian lara's let the courts decide it um so in the least clean effective now this go through to answer your question i have to hypothesis coq one of two ways congress that nothing wrong with that i think that that that option because that will fellow at least once the possibility of this law with its getting lawlessness beginning lawlessness wrote the fact that in the in the path it it will mushroom into more logical if they do path if they do path a or path a patrick green credit citizenship then i i just feel like it's the beginning of the end because um if if no respect their immigration laws we'll see a surge again like we thought in 2014 fifty thousand miners everybody will be elected again that america does not respect her own laws that give me a giant in the unsigned every immigrant in the in the world would be immigrant in the world would be granted because immigrant is for somebody that that the belief away wouldbe migrants the case america's not it take you out so come on in okay and then once america the downfall of america happens so going the world because with you only you we're the only country that that is holding up the rest of the world i get that will solve illegal immigration because then it won't be any better here than it is in mexico and maybe everyone will go home well you talk about uh i mean the downfall of the country how would how would allowing that mean the downfall of the country i would allowing amnesty i guess or you know because they things at the world we will be over one are already the finn ari over one now people think otherwise run now eleven million people say these the number of illegal immigrants to twenty million whatever it is what parents or forty million will turn the fifty million i mean they're billions of people who want to come to the country.
"brian lara" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"I i gotta trust me i'm part of it enough skin door make sure you burn it properly that's all so i mean thank you burning his hand yes i asked him that he has an rcd thing i mean he touched a dip got forty one hundred i heard stories about that i didn't yes thought it was like no no no no no not a dime is not as you are stupid so that means he's really in general like oh like the whole thing with trouble eventually if other alex that anything which i doubt will be playing some of those quotes later on wifi download him you figured he would just download three hundred six expecting we're going to talk about this fight this point i talk to you this afternoon paul and that was me i have trump quotes well they're not necessarily what you specifically referred to all and part of what you're talking about yourself trump okay i want an impression i've got one of us just like trump oh i wanted three just like trump give me the while i get this one okay boy she's about refugees oh my god have voted thing we just go to put up a drywall there could be a beautiful dorm there you with that i really hate his guts i always national i really don't you though i just i really go aces right there friday in salem don't worry about it why you stand loss nothing you did nothing yet all the good thing that you did do is you have you have a bunch of collapsing cuts from the best of the best that happened in two thousand fifteen right we have no wifi for that no he's got that those who have in my actual he's get ready to go brian lara all now afraid.
"brian lara" Discussed on /Film Daily
"I would say of the new shows that are coming up the deuce looks the most interesting to me and that's the one from david sime in who's the guy behind the wire it takes place in the 1970s in new york during like the um the rise of the porn industry in times square and all of that and uh james franco please to characters um maggie joan hall is in it there's it has a really good cast uh and judges the idea of david simon returning to hbo uh for a new show is something it definitely peaks my interest i also at with a new show because it's so easy to pick a show that you already love that you're excited a comeback peter a so i went with a show called ap bio which is i've nominee remain heard of this what is that although it is it's a new network comedy that will be coming um i don't think if coming out in the fall but i think it's a midseason serious it's time to nbc um it's going to star glen how're to and from it's always on in philadelphia pat nods walt's and it also comes from a bunch of saturday night live people asset myers michael brian lara michaels and mike shoemaker all producers on it so by it's just as a huge howard i'm very excited to see how it turns out in jack what is your answer my answer is the next season of curb your enthusiasm it's been such a long wait like six years but between a six years are rewards that show so many times and i just can't get enough but like there's not a week's these oh idaho's lineups on him so i'm looking forward to those ten episodes of just lapping my ass off.
"brian lara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brian lara's wnyc and there are at least two stories villages leg now of people being fired or laugh hired for their political views and they're kind of offices there's the gogel employee fired four in effect writing a memo saying women are inferior to man in the tech sector workplace as there's quarterback colin kaepernick who can't seem to get a job in the nfl anymore after refusing to stand for the national anthem to protest injustice we'll talk right now about the catholic situation and take on google separately this week kicked off the nfl priests eason football players back out on the field training for the upcoming regular season but colin kaepernick remains unsigned now last nfl season the san francisco forty nine whose quarterback made national headlines as you probably know for kneeling during the national anthem as a protest primarily of racial inequality in americans society and with training underway cabinet reportedly has lost his best chances to end up with a team this season the miami dolphins opted to choose retired player jay cutler and bring him back at age thirty four to fill in for their recently injured quarterback it was rumored the and it was one of the potential replacements and the baltimore ravens have also passed on signing capper nick as a fillin for their injure injured quarterback after he was named as a possibility at a fan form baltimore are supporter asked the owner of the ravens team steve bisky oddy whether signing cabinet would hurt the team's quote brand the response quote your opinions matter to us were very sensitive to it reminded wearing it and we're still as general manager osce newsome says where scrimmaging it we're trying to figure out what the right tacked unquote the you in that quote your opinions matter to us it refers to the fans the theory that signing cabinet will hurt the team's brand is just one of many trying to answer why nobody aside and the signing kaplan kaplan a truly a detriment.
"brian lara" Discussed on The Big 98
"Many of the bombing bullet combat you want to ask allison cave aimed at the latest me no the so for me it though in may of though show on italian a second what tv show luke brian lara washing together and i was like i got up watching this girl have losing money paul yes uh what's i'll tell you the cr okay and we we played the same music festival yesterday yeah the raging idiots are banned luke bryan and we were there for all day together we're watching the show and i was against watching it because i'm a lose money interesting cable so locked away i i had to walk away at the show is so stupid that happened all talk about that in the ten year old that keep stealing cars i took him barrel gay so that's coming up to if you leave you're going to miss those stories gets you a few new shows.
"brian lara" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"What does this the last thing like so i'm gonna talk to your actually the first person that i don't know if this oh end up being the first episode that comes out but this is a freer the first person i've talked you for this project because i'm sorry to talk to a bunch of other people what is the thing that if you wish you could ask other people i mean look you're paying out wnyc you can go pop over to brian lara's office whenever you want he also freely agreed interviewer isn't primaries also a hair out he's a mere you're you're very your look we can all stipulate you're very lucky to be at a wonderful station wnyc and i in fact i don't even think the you'll probably end up being the only person from wnyc either of talking to but what is the thing that you feel the least confident about it may be the least comfortable asking a colleague about that you would like to know about how to do interviews let's see that's a good question i think what i what i feel the most anxiety about is um is becoming a cliche of yourself because he i i have a per i have a style in how i interact with people whether it's at a dinner partier in an interview when i'm each trying to make them feel comfortable or when i'm thinking you note asking it a probing question in the followup question and you know the way that i will sort of audibly respond like the way i'll say you know a horror that whale laugher what up like in the there there certain ways that as an interviewer who you are is is is just the way that you sound on tape and the way that your show therefore sounds an so i worry about that the coming dislike iino soap at the like predictable and not an exciting experience for listeners to to listen to like there's there's so much there's so much in so many places to go to listened interesting things like how do you keep.
"brian lara" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Twenty four hour news weather and traffic news ninety five and am seven fifty you be atlanta's news starts now his five o'clock on germ brian lara of the wsb twenty four hour news center top story this hour it's an answer republican state convention this week ended mega with big business on the agenda and big distractions on their mind four people running for a state party chairman one of them is john watson and he's a former aide to governor sonny perdue and thinks it's important to recruit minorities and the reality is that dictates that from a party that we march boldly into that new future of recruitment of african americans hispanicamericans millennials we have to march boldly again into that new future more georgia looks like a big stress builder we will be democrat jon ossoff strong campaign for the districts sixth congressional seat another is president trump's decision to pull out of the paris climate accord wsb news time five o one channel two meteorologist brian mets calling for cloudy now and a mostly sunny day coming up atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is straight ahead of pennsylvania doctor arrested at trump international hotel in washington dc we'll get a medal evaluation here in atlanta dc police found guns ammo wednesday in a vehicle belonging to dr brian moles moles will be examined at the the hospital in atlanta i i this is w s the twenty four hour continuing new recently in smell veiled in a subdivision are nervous because they think somebody's using a drain to spy into homes some of place subdivision homeowner vicky hearth tells channel two action news she saw at looking into her garage and then her bedroom one night it was a little unnerving i tell ya got the folks in the house are are kind of rattled snow ville police say they've got several complaints of the person prompt flying the drone could face charges.