21 Burst results for "Brian Regan"

"brian regan" Discussed on The Relationship School Podcast

The Relationship School Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"brian regan" Discussed on The Relationship School Podcast

"Many of the workshop is workshops had cultivated again what i call this this this masculine utopia where we are so perspective oriented that we don't feel anything we don't have any problems because we see all the perspectives ultimate liberation. I don't have to feel or participate in life at all. Because i'm just looking at it and now i'm going to partner with a woman and basically what where that leads is. Hey join me here where neither of us feel anything and just our perspective izing everything and that doesn't make for a good intimate relationship. No so ungrounded right and it's just like good luck with conflict. Good luck with when things get hard exactly when feelings arise as they are going to do if we're going to be connected to our bodies did you. Did you him over the head with something. A little. Brian regan inside or soft. Of course. of course. I just very lovingly said well. Good luck with that with that and you know the the same conversation he shared so the other question i asked as what do you most resist in lover. What are you most to resist. What is the most unwanted thing that you resist lover and one of the answers. I think it was the same the same the same Sadness i resist sadness in my partner shared. That will just you know my partner cries every damn day and she's. She's told me that if she doesn't cry every damn day it won't go well for us i think she's gonna get stuck in stagnant her body's gonna shut down. It's just not going to be a good experience so you know my practice so anyway And on and on and on yeah so many again. It's just a reminder to the listener here to watch the tendency of you are people to use personal tool spiritual tools to avoid relationship issues. Yeah yeah yeah. I once took a a girlfriend to a landmark education weekend. Is this five year relationship in. I took her to landmark and the tragedy of it is both of us spent that whole weekend wondering what the hell was learning from it. You hoping the other person got something from it so they could get together for. The person is of you mean of course. Yeah that's like you. That was a good point. The teachers just made. I hope she got that. She doesn't do that thing that she does that. Pisses me off you know and again it all comes back to me not being able to just be with my partners pain so should you drag your partner or bring your partner to coaching or therapy. If they don't wanna come drag them or you know. I like to i. i'm a proponent of relationship as invitation not obligation invitation not obligation. You know if your partner doesn't want to grow doesn't want to do that work. Okay i mean you. Can't you can't get a man to do anything he doesn't want to do. And if you can't get him to do it he you probably won't respect him and he probably won't respect himself. Will you give us a demo will you. Let's pretend i'm your partner. Will you invite me. And give me an example of obligating doing some obligatory thing and then invite any so people know what you're talking about so obligating so look you need. You need therapy. You need to do therapy. You have to go to therapy. You know we need to go together or just you know i'm out of here. Obligation yup that's obligation. It's like ultimatum. Obligations are all about ultimatums an invitation. Sounds like look. I'm really struggling in our relationship. But i really. I really wanna have an amazing experience with you. I wanna create something beautiful with you. And i'm struggling.

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"brian regan" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian regan" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"When i do that i make myself crazy. Because i'm like every little feeling in my thinking of all the less times. I felt that and trying to make a pattern and like like you know a beautiful mind. That's what i'm waiting on together going like you should. You should make a calendar of how. And when i think that every day i truly should make i should be keeping journal of this so i can notice any kind of patterns win and maybe there are some but really that only matters if you are in your head and you care about that if you get in the body the body's just like riding the waves bailey. That one's over now. Here's the new thing. I'm not trying to like make sense of this. I'm just letting it flow through when you're healthy. It's easier to do that. Just go with the flow. Because i had to laugh at myself because my parents again. They're here. They're you know god and i realized like of course you're always doing fucking cleanses and shit because you're trying to clean up your insides you like again. I have so much love for my parents. And i actually enjoyed our hang in some ways and have been looking forward to seeing them in some way caveat in some ways that that can be true and i can't even say it's true that can't be true. I can't be true. It's like i'm on the stand. I look forward to miss your. Would you say you look forward to seeing your parents. i would. Yeah would say that. There are ways in which i can identify a part of myself. That is not dissimilar to feeling of positive. Anticipation heretofore known as to looking forward to The commodity known as my parents yes may in fact occasionally be true. This moment notwithstanding. Thank you nice. Yeah there were so many moments. They were having like a little fight in the pool. My mom was trying to get around my dad. It's always it's always doing something they don't have to do. Yeah there's always something happening that doesn't need to be done. There's a brian regan bit about super bodybuilders. That like throw tractor tires up into second story windows and they're always like oh and he's always like hey they don't have to be up there. Nobody tires up there. Just put it down. Put down the tire. Nobody needs nobody needs to. We don't eat that pain in your neck up earth to put the tire tab. I am very much enjoying doing that impression. I know we could. We could play that track back. We're looking at the spiking sound on the on the screen anyway. That's how i feel with my mom. She's always trying to take a photo when you just want to be like. We don't need a photo. It's not even a good photo. So then she's she's very it's hartford a move which is sad so she's getting up in a pool to get her phone and then she gets the phone and i'm like do you need help. I'm holding a big guy. And then she's coming back and now she wants to be on the other side and my dad again..

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Brian Regan on the Difference Between Doctors and Veterinarians

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Brian Regan on the Difference Between Doctors and Veterinarians

"My doctor looked at me and said brian. You are way too sedentary back. So i vowed in that moment to get a dictionary but i haven't gotten around the house lying around the house. Doctor specialized right last month. I went to an ear nose and throat doctor last week and into an arch of the foot small of the back nape of the neck dr fallen arches my small too big and i have a trick. Nape it's weird in the human world. There's a doctor for everybody part. But in the animal world a veterinarian takes care of all animals and all parts. it's going to be the hardest job in a world where the bighorn sheep need doctors wildebeest gastroenterologist giraffe throat throat in throat doctors.

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Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

"At the breakfast table this morning and i read in the newspaper that more and more adults a living at home with their parents surprised me. I was like my view supplies. I call fruit loops oliver. My camera. haphazardly. Joking my mom. Read that for me sounded sounded out more do. I don't like reading the newspaper because first of all hard also they never wrap up a story on the front page. And i've never curious enough to go inside to find out how anything iran's and after a nine year trial the jury finally came in with the verdict of continued on page twenty two columns sake i guess i'll never know if these people i wanna learn. I want to be learner of things. You want me to know what's going on. You put a picture of it on the front page readings heart you ever tried and my i read good good but i hate when you're trying to read something you come across the expression one thing led to another what in the hell kinda lazy writing is at. Isn't that your job as the writer to tell me how this led to that you can just throw that in there. Adolf hitler was rejected as a young man. His application to art school one thing led to another and the united states dropped two atomic bombs on the sovereign nation of japan. It's hard to read. I hate when a sentence drags on because my brain can handle a long sentence. The corporation had originally decided that a restructuring of its charter should be preceded by a preliminary. What in the hell is going. Okay here we go. The corporation okay. The corporation put smokestacks on that had originally okay. This thing had before when a move that to the past. And that's a time line smokestacks. They're not even here yet. That's a common. The corporation had originally decided. We are pulling people in the window making decision. I read in the library. What are you doing fine. Reid wasn't. I'm trying to learn how to read better. You know. I took a speed reading. Course and not to brag but my speed shot up to forty three pages a minute but my comprehension plummeted

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"brian regan" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"She's playing Brian Regan for the rest of love. It would should do that together. Coming up topicality and Amy Ralphs at the bottom of the hour standby, a cage Honolulu and I Heart radio station. It's like a debate day Dare from Lisa Brady Fox News former vice president Joe Biden, just releasing his tax returns for 2019 challenging the president to do the same. This is the two sides also get in some last minute Sparring on debate rules. The Trump campaign claims of Biden team agreed to an inspection of electronic ear pieces but has reversed course. A spokesperson for Biden says the former vice president will not be wearing in the earpiece and that by then has not asked her breaks as a trump team has claimed Fox's Rachel Sutherland. Meantime, the Trump campaign denies a claim that it's asking the moderator, not to mention the covert 19 death toll. As for the taxes, the Bidens reporting total income of nearly $985,000 Paying more than 346,000 in federal taxes. A published report critical of the president's taxes, which remain unreleased, also appeared to confirm his claim of being under audit. Fox News DEMOCRACY 2020 Coverage of the first presidential debate moderated by Fox News Sunday. Anchor Chris Wallace is tonight Live on the Fox News Channel and the Fox News APP. AH, briefing just held on a deadly incident involving a Texas water supply. Fox's Jeff Man also has this live, least of the search is on for answers. And Lake Jackson, Texas along the Gulf Coast south of Houston, where a disaster is declared after a brain eating amoeba was found in the city's water supply and blame tell the death of a six year old boy. This is a total tragedy..

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"brian regan" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"So I decided to not go back to America and I regretted that decision for a long time cuz that was my dream to play basketball in America. So I never thought that it would have a second second run in America and now that's what I'm doing with basketball and we just kind of crazy cuz or stand up for stand-up. Yeah with comedy so it's like I'm having a second chance to dead. Conquer something that I didn't do when I got injured. I had a chance to clean the whole story. That's what I'm feeling right now. And you know what? I love the game. I love the words. Good job Rafi your your English is you know, your English is amazing. I've heard you on several podcasts both Portuguese and English and I feel like I wanted to save this for later. But when I was watching you on Joe Rogan, he had said the same thing. He doesn't know of any comedians that didn't speak English came from another country and her faith in what you're doing like you were a regular at The Comedy Cellar which is incredibly tough to do and it's it's just something that's remarkable and a great thought. You said a second chance and you said conquering too and I feel like going back to Brazil. You really conquered the comedy scene there and you were a pioneer of the the style of Staffing. Up and bringing American styles to Brazil and I wanted to ask it sounded like through that basketball trip. You started to see Brian Regan and some other Comedians and were like hey, this is different from what we've got in Brazil. Yeah, cuz that was kind of crazy for me cuz the only comedy I wouldn't say the only type of Comedy but the comedy that we knew in Brazil like in the eighties and late seventies was the characters the impersonators, you know, the guy who puts it puts on a wig and he is I don't know that crazy woman or a drunk man or a guy from the country so a country guy or he play a teenager and he changed his voice. It's the same type of Comedy that we the people see all the world in the Mexican channels the Latino that that's the Latino, just type of Comedy that we that's the only type of, that we would be used to see on T dead. But I lived in America was a journalist. I didn't have that much connection with the characters the the characters, I don't know how to say this but that type of Comedy. Oh, yeah. I know. That's right. That's right. I couldn't I couldn't connect with that type of Comedy. So when I went to America and I saw this guy, which was like I used to see those guys like Louis CK Smith and Brian Regan and Jim gassing and all those Comedy Central presents was like 30 minutes specials that they used to do and Ted Alexandro those guys and I was like, oh that's crazy cuz he's not playing at are character. He's telling stories about his life. He is giving his perspective about different subjects, but that's him. He's not playing anyone and I thought oh that's interesting that this is something that I would love to do cuz I was always this game. I wouldn't do jokes, but I would do like funny observations in class and dinner tables..

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"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ladies and gentlemen, refrigerator shopping. Yeah, it's as if he was just at the Sears down the street, and he's looking for refrigerators. We needed a refrigerator for our new place, and I've never bought a refrigerator in my whole life. I wanted to the appliance store. There's 900 mind up salesman there. What's this guy supposed, say about refrigerators? We have this refrigerator right here keeps all your food cold for 600. You got a refrigerator? This keeps all your phone calls for 814 100 keeps our phone calls. So this guy's working me on this one worked so hard. This one is a very nice refrigerator has a meat drawer on what you do with that? You would. You would put me whatever varieties you shoes your requirement on Marble means there's an endless selection. This one also has a crisper Four on crispy potato ships door when the doors open. This hasn't egg area that's a very nice thing. It's an area for put them all in the area to come home and you go where the eggs, right. They're already person. That is a nice touch. Very funny, man. Brian Regan s great man is He's one of the cleanest, funniest comics around. If you ever have an opportunity once this stupid covert thing is over, I.

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"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Yeah, don't even notice him. In fact, I thought we were just talking on said we're talking again. Wow, It's kind of crazy, right? Hey, So it is such a good job, Tim of letting us know what we should be into, you know, get ourselves generator. Maybe a nice block freezer. Well, look, I mean, you have the face. And what do they got at him right now? Okay, I've got it. That's that's actually a great question. I have refrigerators. I've got one Two. Three for I have four. Refrigerators and and they all have a little freezers. But I have one that we moved with right and we brought it to the old house. And then I realized we moved to the new house. One came with it, so that's two Then I have like a wine refrigerator that I bought. I don't drink wine, but I put water in it. And and that's my nightstand. So I have like a three foot fridge as a nightstand, and I opened those things up and manage three o'clock in the morning. Would you have to walk downstairs to get a cold bottle of water that is luxury. And that is you can't have a glass of water on your nightstand. You could never do that. No, no, not like that thing over and nine and 10 times. It's going Teo, the carpets going to get Milt Dewey, and that's that's the end. And then I want another refrigerator that came with the barbecue unit that came with the house and I have that filled with very Okay, now, you know, I was thinking like when you were counting them. I was thinking like, five bulls like great heart. I know you want to try this one out. You have that decorator Brian Regan. Brian Regan has a great bit where you went refrigerator shopping and goes OK. I would like to show you this one. It keeps your full food clothes cold for $600. Now follow me. I got this unit here. It'll keep your food cold for 1200. And then I have this beauty for four grand. It'll keep your food cold cold, they say so. What's the update on your kids? I know a lot of people listening. They got kids also in turmoil in limbo. What's going on with your one kid? That's the star of her college team. Well, the you know the she goes, She goes to the ivy leagues, So they were the first ones to say there weren't gonna be any false for so that kind of No mess things up a little bit. She's a spring sports, so they canceled ball sports. As.

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"brian regan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Question to this comedian is known for his clean comedy sets and has a special called nun chucks and flame throwers on Netflix not sure I'll just say Gaffigan this winter where is known for his short stature and his famous late wife was a crime novel yeah Hey his name is I just I just saw him in concert not that long ago pate and pay in Oswald and the first one I can thirty three years what's your answer Donna Jay Leno okay all right let's go over the questions here this famous talk show host retired from his coveted spot in two thousand fifteen after thirty three years Steve said David Letterman you said Jay Leno and stuck with it the answer is David Letterman shoot question number needed that all man okay this comedian is known for his clean comedy sets and as a special call nun chucks and flame throwers on Netflix Steve said Ryan Regan Brian Regan you said Jim Gaffigan it's Tom Papas the answer the answer is Brian Regan okay you won okay in the winter this would work is known for his short stature in his famous late wife was a crime novelist Steve said Martin short if you want with the short thing yes wife did pass away too and you said Patton Oswalt Donna you're correct with Patton Oswalt which means it is a tie you just did not know how to write one I got passed because I got letterman and Brian I'm sorry you the way I am going to heat it well you know what that means for Tracy when.

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What it's like to work in a restaurant on Valentine's Day

All Things Considered

02:18 min | 2 years ago

What it's like to work in a restaurant on Valentine's Day

"Candy flowers and a romantic dinner with your significant other you know what we're talking about Valentine's day but the burden of producing that special night often falls to the restaurant servers valentines they say is one of the craziest nights of the year I call it just factory because it's two by two by two by two it it's very very boring how boring or not Jackie Roberts from the pink door a restaurant in Seattle is ready she says the hype of Valentine's day turns up the pressure on wait staff to try and make a guest evening perfect everyone's taking the holiday which is to say they want to perform way too well and there's not as much spontaneity is we usually have an irregular night and the quest for that perfect night sometimes means the customers give the kitchen staff advice on how to prepare the meal you know you get a lot of allergies a lot of modification if people kind of built their own dishes that turned into well I don't like the after gently let them know that they in fact created the dish on her own it's not something that we need to Brian Regan back of the mockingbird in Nashville says not all customers are so difficult in fact some leave their servers a special sort of tip are definitely seeing cables that are clearly on a date when one of the people leave their number of a server which might tell you have a date but not all surprises are as rewarding as that Reagan back recalls one Valentine's date that went horribly wrong for one of his customers this guy came in early he was very excited all dressed up in a suit flower you'd get a proposed to be on say and would she showed up she had a notebook and it was a list of everything that was wrong with him she sat there for an hour and read it to if your working in the hospitality business on Valentine's day Laura Valente from Tilia in Minneapolis says the trick to getting through the craziness is beyond your game it's a hustling diet put on your running shoes try to look nice and let's go go go and give Mullen from the restaurant circa nineteen eighteen in Newport news Virginia has some words of wisdom for even the most harried server I just say to myself Hey we're not curing cancer here you know we're all we're doing is

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"brian regan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Final I said good day yeah it's what is this is the NASA administrator joins a growing list of academics and experts who believe Pluto should be promoted back to being a planet we just wanna let you know that we argue about everything these days well it's just it's just what but here's my question is in politics is planet size will is this some kind of activist thing we needed promoted back to a planet why we don't have to you know it was it was only discovered according to Brian Regan no according to wikipedia way and ninety percent of forty percent of everything on wikipedia is it's half true discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in nineteen thirty that's kind of late in the game isn't it yeah or or am I just it might I don't know do I have a but my my number skewed or do I have it do in my thinking too much in terms eight just nineteen thirty that seems fairly recent and so for it to be demoted to as a to a huge void you pull toy effect stupid pollutes wide just a few years ago really does not about Pluto yeah you're not even a real planet the bit the Brian Regan does a very funny very funny on it but I don't know just I I where's where's the closets it just seems I don't know I tear it out because we have error with the causes some to do with climate change maybe well it's I just if you're not a planet you can't well that's a major but yeah it's a minor change planners writing unlike the call in here is that we need to promote what you mean we need that's not a bull horn moment they want to make make too low grade again make it a plan is with us now still somebody asked from this question today yeah exactly are you an over thinker hi Rick Adelman here hosted the wreck element show right here every weekend in three decades of serving folks like you and almond financial engines we've made a lot of folks who were trapped because they were over thinking their financial decisions we get it this can be scary stuff you.

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"brian regan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Thank you see if I don't know something you do yeah that's right because they demoted to a dwarf planet right Brian Regan does the whole bit on it all right so it's a plan that's how you know yes the only way I knew we get all we get him all of our information research is done by stand up comedians through and a lot of it comes from Brian Regan if yes it's a dwarf planet so please join for the call of the blue to it but it still has planted in the label but it's a dwarf planet yeah can you say dwarf it says I swore toyed or iced work yeah yeah Pluto a minor planet designated is a dwarf planet in the and the Kuiper belt I don't know I don't know I I didn't I didn't find read is going to run for a lie I didn't I didn't see Dave Chapelle do stand up I don't know if you dress that yeah but it's the largest known right but last year Philip Metz great planetary scientists at the university of central Florida argued in a paper published in a space journal that the reason Pluto lost its planet status is not valid oh okay the I a you said that the that many of those properties were more suited to that of a dwarf planet including the space around it and a clear orbit bucked the I. A. used decision to demote Pluto toward dwarf planet is final its final I said good day yeah it's what is this is the NASA administrator joins a growing list of academics and experts who believe Pluto should be promoted back to being a planet we just wanna let you know that we argue about everything these days well it's just it's just what but here's my question politics is planted size will is this some kind of activist thing we needed promoted back to a planet why we don't have to you know it was it was only discovered according to Brian Regan no according to wikipedia way and ninety percent of forty percent of everything on wikipedia is is half true discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in nineteen thirty that's kind of late in the game isn't it yeah or or am I just it might I don't know do I have a but my my number skewed or do I have it in my thinking too much in terms of it just nineteen thirty that seems fairly recent and so for it to be demoted to as a to a Toyota Tory Burch stupid blue Toyota just a few years ago there was a lot of a little toy yeah you're not even a real planet the bit that Brian Regan does a very funny very funny on it but I don't know just I I where's where's the closets it just seems I don't know I tear it out because we felt the causes something with climate change maybe well it gets I just if you're not a planet you can't well that's a major but yes the wind of change planners writing like the call in here is that we need to promote what you mean we need that's not a bull horn moment make it a point to make.

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"brian regan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One eighty two Brian Regan Theresa Caputo Broadway call three three three three three three three a key welcome back to the inside pitch R. L. carriers your domestic LTL an offshore shipping provider visit our L. C. dot com backslash all short today all right who sought to the big leagues brought to you by Sunoco a benefit plan quality affordable for your business visit eight four four meadow Ohio dot com today and by Columbia Hyundai ask your neighbor they bought from Columbia Hyundai it's D. J. lemay Hugh three thirty five average that leads the American League but who's a point better why Christy Delage of Milwaukee three thirty six is average as we head into today's games RBI leader in baseball Freddie Freeman Freddie Freeman with ninety four RBI for the Atlanta Braves and Mike trout of the angels has ninety two to lead the American League Hey just a reminder if you're heading to the game today please choose a designated driver drive sober or get pulled over that's a message from the Ohio department of public safety want to talk about home run leaders because chicks dig the long ball and Aristide these Aquino add three more last night seven home runs it is first ten games ties a major league record anyway home run leader is brought to you by on core technologies and by defy would stain last a year or two longer than other decks Danes the firewood stain dot com Mike.

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"brian regan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"brian regan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:56 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Okay. That's the news. That's the business. Now, let's get onto the conversation. As we welcome in Ken Davis to the big impact. I can't tell you all what a thrill it is for me to welcome onto the. The program Ken Davis. I have admired his ability to communicate four few decades. Actually, I've I've rarely been in an audience where the speaker can both bring me too extreme laughter causing tears, and then the real kind of tears from turning that switch and doing something to me in the audience and Ken thank you in advance for for your time. And for for chatting with us. You're very welcome. It is actually one of our goals in each program to make people laugh so much they need medical attention. And then and then bring healing of sometimes. So I appreciate that. That was very well. The development of that skill is something that is of great interest. Not just to me. But you know, we hear those surveys about great fears it so many people will say, hey, how they fear heights, and perhaps some fear outdoors or indoors. But the number one fear is public speaking for a lot of people. You don't suffer from that? Thankfully, I don't either. How did you get started? Developing this talent that the Lord's given you to to move audiences to take action. Well, Bill, I think it started. And I'm being honest here when the doctor slapped me on the backside. Instead, it's a boy to my mom. I think part of it is giftedness. And then part of it comes from a lifetime of studying what causes people to listen and to respond. But that's where that's where it's started. And I probably wasn't aware of it in any other genre than it was a way to keep from getting beat up. I was a skinny little guy in high school. I got beat up to three times a week. You could you could actually letter. Remember when they had letter jackets a varsity Versi letters. Yeah. Had a picture of little boy of the black and blue. I, you know, what's interesting. It's it's it's important for folks to know that bullying did not start in the twentieth or twenty first century bolo a bullying has been around for a long long time. And I discovered early. I didn't you know, there wasn't a tag on me that said that this person has a gift, but I discovered early that I could avoid the consequences of that by making people laugh. And so in the early years of my life, my humor developed as a as a device to keep from getting beat up. And then later it was a device to to. I thought it helped me gain self worth, you know, the Lamar people laugh the more worth they had. No. Here's the interesting thing that go through all that to tell you this that although I was never afraid of public appearance or public speaking. I was always anxious about whether I would do it well enough. So that I would be like when I stopped thinking that and realize that I have something to give that this isn't about me, this isn't about how well I do this about how well I perform it's that I do the best I can do to give people something that can change their lives the fear anxiety disappeared completely. And we teach excuse me, though. Voices continue to change as we get older. Well, I'm going through puberty. It's unbelievable. The as we keep people from all over the world. How to be better communicators? That's one of the things we get feedback on all the time is how as they as they spent just a few moments before they went on states wherever they went out before they went on the air before the cameras returned on. Saying this isn't about me. There are people out there whose lives can be changed and affected by what I do. And so I'm gonna give it my very best to end trust God to do the rest. And I'm telling you that that is an amazing step right there. There's also I think this this choice that one can make when trying to be funny maybe out of survival instincts, a defense mechanism or whatever the the causes. You have to determine how you're going to be funny. Right. It's either at the expense of the people around you or you choose other material that that doesn't hurt somebody's being as you're making fun. How did you? I mean now some of that probably was decided for you out of self preservation. I'm guessing you didn't wanna make fun of the people attempting to beat you up. But you've continued over the years. I've never heard you put somebody down in an effort to make a crowd laugh. Well, actually, you have and I'm going to remind you of it. Yes. It always starts with myself. I am not afraid at all to do. What's called apprec- depreciating humor? And in fact, that allows opens the door for people to look at some of their own where their own lives parallel that. Well, you talk about parents. So I'm making fun of parents when I say, how many of you, and I asked the audience of ever said to your kids. Don't look at me like that. You're you're looking at me how come you've ever said I've had it clear up to here. And they point to this spot that every parent has on their forehead. Where did we learn that? Did it come in Sunday school? How many of you said you cut your legs off at that lawn work? Don't you come running to me? There's something kids cause brain damage, and I talked to parents about the fact that we can't pretend to our kids to be perfect because we're not, and they know we're not because some of those things that you that we say look at me when I'm talking to you don't you look at me like that. Where can they look? So. Yes, it is. But it's not done in a it's done in a hate whole list is common to all of us. Not singling someone out and saying look at look at you. If I may say this, and you may wanna talk about it. You may not we are living in a increasingly humorless society where everybody is offended by everything. I have secular comedian friends who will no longer do college campuses because there's this element of political correctness which is has gone so far that they can't say anything, but almost all humor is someone put it this way. Humor is a gentle way to acknowledge human frailty. I love that. I love that. I'm interested in that changing dynamic where it's become difficult to be funny. Because like you said the audience has changed over the years you've seen it you've been on platform thousands of times. And I remember hearing an interview recently with Brian Regan who said the same thing, you just said he said, I can't I can't do colleges anymore. And he's about. As as vanilla material wise as anybody will ever fight. But now he can't even go on to tell the joke that when he cancels his plans for a vacation at a native American establishment. It's canceling a reservation reservation reservation or something like that. He can't say those words anymore. So how do you first of all how do you think we as a culture flipped this? Switch to where. We're just offended by everything. Yeah. I don't know the answer to that. I do know that because I have a message that's more important than just succeeding in my show. I acquiesce to the to take very careful very carefully prepare. So that I'm sure I'm not doing that. Now there are times when people come out of the woodwork with something that they were offended about. Sometimes it's people of faith like I am. I mean, they they get offended by stuff. And I just say, you know, what you're on. Wrong track. And there are other times when I say, I I will need to be more careful because this is a culture that I want to hear my message. And my message is more important than any single presentation that might be offensive to people. But it does make it way harder way harder to you know, to make a presentation you have to.

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"brian regan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

11:47 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And let us know what's on your mind. The big impact exists because we want to encourage you with positive and inspiring interviews. So let us know how we're doing. Call the big impact listener hotline at nine eight nine seven eight seven one zero nine three. Welcome back to the big impact where we share interesting uplifting and encouraging stories hosted by Bill Hobson. What a pleasure it is to speak with Ken Davis. And as we have a few moments left on the program. I wondering who makes you laugh these days, you're you're so engaged in making audiences laugh and respond. I wonder where you get your fuel from. Well, you mentioned one guy Brian Regan. I think is hilarious guy. I love watching his I love watching his material. My wife makes me laugh, and she doesn't even trying. I mean, this is a woman who takes a spoiled carton of milk out of the refrigerator. I mean, isn't it for on it? It had been in there. We were on a cruise. It had been in there accidentally while she was defrosting and she called me in the room and said, hey, Ken, smell this. You don't do that. She said, I think as well. They said the dog is dead. I mean, there was a Wallace. Thank that came out of there. You could see she makes me laugh hysterically over stuff. And but Brian Regan. There's a guy by the name of Molly. Who does? In fact, he does the thing on communication, very powerful thing on speaking with with conviction, and he makes me laugh a lot. So those are just a few of the people, and I'm trying to think of the guy who does the BUSTER. Well, we'll Regan does that. Because it ends with. I walked on the moon, and he's telling got story. Yeah. That's. I had the I had the privilege two weeks ago. I was travelling in Florida, and I had a young man with me to help shoot some video and he had never heard of Brian Regan. And so while we were driving I put on a like, a playlist of YouTube videos, and this very quiet young, man. And I looked over and his entire body was convulsing to the point that I thought he might throw up, and you know, you you've been on platform, and you've seen people get to that point. Where it's now it's like a chemical rush is washing over their body in a way, they've never experienced before. What's it like to be behind the microphone when you see an audience responding like that? And then be when you think they should be responding like that. And they're not. Well, first of all when they are it is it's a tremendous feeling because you know, and it has responsibility because you know, that you can build up on that. By the way, I had a guy have a heart attack in one of my events. Yes, I've been picking on him and he fell out onto the aisle. And I thought he was just, you know, making fun of rolling in laughter. We had to refund the money that the people came and are the yeah. The emergency people came and revived them he survived, and I wrote him a letter and apologize. I said, I'm so sorry. If I'd known that you were seriously ill, I would've never I would've never picked on you and made you laugh harder. And he wrote back and he said, Ken don't apologize for this heart attack? He said I've had four heart attacks. He said I wanna thank you for the best heart attack I've ever had. And that was that. That was my God. When there's a reason that a Canadian says I died, and that's when you're doing the best you can possibly do. And there's nothing happening out there. That's only happened once that I can remember in my life. Now, somebody answers are better than others. But the time it happened. I was listening for HBO special, and they were looking for people that would be on this special and to do a a television pilot, and I can tell you looking back on that that that was a good thing. I couldn't have handled I could not have handled the success that might have come at that time had I had I killed that audience. Like, I should not only that it's another way of saying. I was very funny. But that it makes people. Well. I'm glad you brought up the H B O thing. And all that I'm a bit of a consumer of comedians, but it's really difficult. These days to find a comedian that doesn't offend everything. I stand for and it's you know, you turn on Netflix, and they have an entire library of comedians. I'm not sure I can watch three of them. So what's the marketplace in a secular world for a Christian or a clean comedian? It seems to be a real tough get these days. Well, it's there there's a lot of corporations. So where the people that are there or not necessarily people that they were you would call people safe, but they do not want that in their living room, you know, in their in their corporate presentation. And so there is a there's a pretty good market for it in the in the corporate world in the second world in the secular world as far as the clubs are concerned. I haven't gone for a long long time. That's I started there worked a lot of lot of clubs. Broke records at some clubs. And I think that part of that was because it was different. It wasn't just, you know, dropping a bomb every every three seconds. It was funny stuff that related to their everyday lives and. They laughed at it. I I am not a fan. I hope this doesn't offend your audience. I I am not I don't expect people to have the same standards as I do. And I find some things are funny that would not be acceptable in church or whatever. But like you said, it's it's just it's going so far that it's just a if you're not offended by you wonder what in the world, you know, what how could someone less of something like this? So. I keep going back to the fact that I don't know if it's this way anymore for the health and back for so long. But when I worked in Denver, we we had a very good success in those clubs, and we didn't have to we didn't have to do that to do it. I didn't I didn't have to do that. You mentioned a second ago, the the corporate world, and that that brings me to one of our our final questions, and that is I know you do a lot of teaching a lot of training and communication and one of the things that has always baffled me is how fortune five hundred companies major airlines, for instance, can can be pretty good at what they do as a service, and they're paying executives a lot of zeros and commas to do what they do. But from a communication standpoint, especially in a time of crisis, or at least when they've mangled a situation publicly. I cannot believe how bad these places are at managing communications. It's brutal. What are you? What do you tell them? Well, I don't I don't deal with a lot of those kinds of situations. I don't find myself if those situations very much Mike communication training is basically for people who find themselves on speaking of platforms. You know, people who are who are the speaker for the evening rather than managing crisis. I agree with you. I I'd like to get a hold of some of our politicians. Let me change that all of our politicians and make them go through. My course, just just. The inability to be articulate the inability to realize that there's a bigger message that doesn't need some of the stuff that you're talking about is just the world is in desperate need for good communication where the communicator knows exactly what needs to be accomplished. This goes back to your crisis-management situation and crafts the communication to meet that need to fulfill that objective. Kind of makes me wonder what our national political scene would look like if the teleprompter had never been invented. I'm not I'm not sure it's been a big help. Or maybe it would be even worse than we are now. And I think of your training of those who speak. In those moments when they get thrust in front of a microphone and think I've got this. I'm just going to wing it versus preparation, I think it's vital to point out how much work and preparation goes into what you do in front of audiences you have carefully put this together. And I've had I've had the advantage of having been able to prepare over and over again a lot of times, we'll have pastors come and they will they will say Ken. How can I would love to be able to communicate like you do? And I have to remind them that I have a privilege. They don't have they have to come up with a new talk every week. I said there are some talks that I've been giving for forty years. So I've had a chance to hold them for that much time. And that's one of the reasons why I've enjoyed some of the success that I've had I've stayed in it, and I've continued to develop material, but I always have that that I can go back to where I go back and take pieces from something way back and put it in a whole new presentation. So I have that privilege, but you are absolutely right. The effect of a presentation is only accessible as successful as the time put into the preparation. How many presentations these days are you doing as you get to embrace it? Enjoy the wonders that is air travel. Well, first of all air travel is part of what's keeping me from doing as many presentations as I've done before. I miss out on that privilege. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I have I have a I won't go into this in detail. But I have a physical malady that allows me to continue to climb fourteen thousand foot mountains, and I'll be competing in a triathlon with grandchildren. But cramped up on an airline in an airline seat even first-class for more than two hours. I am in extreme pain. So I've cut back to about twenty five presentations a year, I am focusing more on training other people to do great presentations, and I'm also focusing on using gifts rate here locally because there's another thing that's happened. I have I have six grandchildren. And I want them to know me for more than just somebody who was on airplanes. I want them to me when someone says to them when they're interviewed on the radio and someone says to them tell me someone who influenced and encouraged view in your life. Tell me someone who encourage you to follow God's path for your life. I want my name to be there. I want my name to be there. I can't think of a better way on which to to end our conversation. Can thank you so much. It's a thrill for me as a. What I would consider a neophyte communicator at the tender young age of fifty two to hear some insight and wisdom from you. So I.

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"brian regan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So I I've finished the first draft of my Corky kicker children's book is doing this. No corky. The kicker is not based on Cody parkey at all not at all. There's nothing even related to it. I wish Cody parkey all the best. This is a completely separate story. And it's a story about sports. And you know, since I read so many books to my granddaughter Abigail. I was just inspired a thought for a long time about writing a children's book. And I thought this is the right time. Okay. So I'd like to read to you as our sports genius. The first draft of to your name members, my friend. Brian Regan would say the way to write a children's book is to keep it small and simple because he talked about a book called the clock the clock page. Turn is this a better on the wall page turn it goes tick tock page turn the clock page during twelve ninety five. Okay. Yeah. That's what I'm talking about. All right. So if you've got a little music for this Joe, maybe a little mood center for this is real this is Corky. The kicker the book imagine the rations as I go through. Kicker. Was a football star. He kicked the ball straight. He kicked the ball far. Corky was the kicker for our big team. Yes, corky. Looked like he was living the dream, but one day Corky kicked in the hit the goalpost not once but four times a record the most. The coach said Corky. This just isn't right. So we practiced all day. He even practiced at night. The whole town said we'll Corky now come through. After all the misses. He was certainly do. See I'm building the drama here. I already building the drama. But when the biggest moment came Corky seemed up tight and sure enough when he kicked he hit the upright. Corky was sad the crowd. Just booed the fans were suddenly in a very bad mood wherever you went. You would certainly here. I hate kickers. But wait till next year as for Corky. All we had was a whole lot of doubt sorry to say Corky. You gotta get out. But the team and the fans, well, we'll get through it. As long as their next kicker, isn't main Blewett? It's corky. The kicker the children's book. What do you think honestly, great feedback feedback.

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"brian regan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"But I'm not really sure Howard's that that was a big thing that Howard Schultz couldn't answer that question. And. Yeah, roughly four box right Auerbach's box. And and that would be a guess on my part. And that's because I don't eat cereal. I have grandkids. Yeah. And I haven't in years. So I I wouldn't I would no just because because of the sugar and carb content. I can't. So why would know so to me that really doesn't matter? I don't really don't care if you you know. And again, I'm not a Howard Schultz fan. But I think that question. Well. I'm done with the stupid questions. Yeah. Yeah. It is a stupid question. And if it's meant to try and bring the guy down your so rich, you're so out of touch. You don't know how much Cheerios costs. Yeah. What's the price of selling your soul? Joe scarborough? I'm just asking. If one word is sell his soul and become a complete liberal. How much would he take Joe how many boxes of Cheerios would it have you to sell your soul? I was watching a Brian Regan stand up, and he says I went to one of those free a game that had the free throw from the center court. And if you make the the price that night was a lifetime supply of tater tots. Just went off on it. He goes, look, I don't wanna I don't want to brag. But I've got enough money. Well. An entire lifetime supply of hitter, sixty four bucks that that sort of you make you make that half court throw you give the price to somebody who needs it more than me. Well, that's he said he said where you completely tank the shot. Hey, what's the president tater tots? Just those. Because because forever you become the tater dot guy. Hey, aren't you the guy that won the tater tots? Yeah. I will let you know that I did make in a game. I did make a shot from the other foul line. Got the rebound. The second left on the clock and just through it. Yeah. You just you know sort of hut. Throw it you have more leverage in a way all the way. How many feet it is eighty feet nine right? Right. Right in. I did it. And it wasn't during a game. And we would you know, because we were practising for a playoff, and it was pretty late, and we were really tired. So.

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"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People say, what's your name? It's pristine. What was the one that dumb? It. Brian Regan always used. Anyway. Like names. It was what's your name is odd? Nice to meet you. Andrea. Andrea. Oh, her name. I get it with this this German woman once and she was kept going. And I knew she was talking to be. But she was calling me. Karen? So I wouldn't respond right cabin. And I turned around. I said do you mean, Sharon, and she goes, Karen, Sharon. I love that woman. It was rude. I can't think of the writers name. He's a writer and actor and he's married for eighteen years and his name. His wife's name is Leslie. Right. And he he was on the today show and. You know, talking about projects he's doing and he said recently after being married for eighteen years. His wife said my name's not, Leslie, it's Leslie. Yeah. What was that? I can't remember who it was. It was the writer. He's like he's got a beard is one of those. Hey, Donald Trump, Donald Trump Rogan. No. I don't think it's Seth Rogan. Judd app. But I think it is. Leslie. Yes, right. Actress. So her name he's been pronouncing it Leslie since he her and after being married for like fifteen eighteen years, whatever he said, she said to him one day. She goes, it's actually, Leslie, it's not Leslie. And he's like, well, why don't you tell me eighteen years ago? I don't know. I just forgot the Brian Regan bit. Oh, you do. Oh here. It is locker room. Sure. Sure. It is partner. Some people get really upset if you get their name wrong, especially if they have a name that's similar to another name. Caroline and Caroline. They gotta think about.

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"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:45 min | 3 years ago

"brian regan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But it's hard to spell. Call right now. Okay. Got plenty of emails. They handle your just to let you know. So you don't have to bother Bill Handel. Don't waste your time. Mornings from six to ten KFI. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Aaron vendor in for Tim Conway junior. Let's just to paint a picture here. If we can the next ninety minutes or so on the show a rod piles coming up here. We'll talk space here. Just a couple of seconds the Rose Bowl and parade are done fire on the streets. Fire on the field will explain Brian Regan. Friend of the show is getting a lot of love. He's got a new Netflix series CBS this morning just did a feature on him. Our buddy in pal. Justin Worsham is gonna join us in studio. We'll talk about the guy projects hotline that I'm going to have to set up in two thousand nineteen for guys to talk about projects that their wives. Don't wanna hear about that's coming up in the nine o'clock hour, and we'll talk about with Tessa national hangover day, and how she's coping the expert will toxic Ron pile at Joon Joon, also John rod pile. What about you national hangover day you in? No. Okay. Okay. Good. I've been wanting to do that for five years. I'm sorry. I headed so wait a minute. So last night as new horizons past ultimate Tuli? You didn't down an entire bottle of something? Well, oh, forget it was only like what nine fifteen our time. You had to make it to miss. I got a cold, you know, that kind of thing. So I had a quiet celebration at big mile and thought God dang, it'd be cool. If there are pictures coming in right now. But not quite what happened last night. What what's the big deal? Well, big deal is I mean talk about threading the needle you. We get really impressed with they managed to come within a few hundred miles of an object out at the distance of Jupiter or something less than a billion miles well as the billion miles away now we're out of billion miles past Pluto. So about four billion miles from the sun and were passing this little tiny moonlit or planet. Toyed if you will at this twenty two hundred. Miles which seems like a long way. But when you're talking about four billion miles a distance, and you're controlling this thing with a six hour delay each way for the messaging system believable. And they're able to keep this thing. Going in perfect condition. It's been in hibernation two or three times. They gotta wake it up. Get everything ready. Get going. It's really freaking cold out. There says a lot of things that go wrong. They've just had this tremendous success. When do we expect or have we already gotten stuff back data? New horizons. It's back on this. And they got a nice fuzzy picture that showed that it wasn't fact they'd be guest tried to guess at the shape and make up this thing. It's about twenty miles in its in its narrow access about thirty miles long, and it's white access, and it looks kind like a bowling pin? So it looks like two primordial objects that may have come together and fused, and they were able to discern this by looking at it from a great distance as it passed in front of a star and sort of figuring out. Okay. Given the timing of when the star wink off and on mean, this is how they do things by inference. We think it's not completely round of as it turns out. It's not so yeah, they're starting to get some images bear in mind, though. The computer chip that this thing uses the spacecraft uses was baseline in nineteen eighty eight because you gotta use older chips. Their radiation protected by the military. And the data's coming back. It collected a total of about six point three gigs of data during the fly by thirty two thousand miles an hour. That's gotta take a year at Ford all to come back. So it's a big deal. Is this something that's in in our orbit if you will in its orbiting the sun or it just happens to be a billion miles past Pluto new horizons past Pluto three and a half years ago. We're like, oh, wait a minute. There's an object. We can go try to check out what kind of both. It's in this area called the the Koiper belt, which is an I always get busted for my Prentice try to do it. The Dutch way Kuyper belt. But that's the name of the thing. And it's this big band of crud. Leftover from the formation of the solar system, we up beyond Pluto's orbit actually beyond Neptune's orbit Pluto as part of it. But Pluto's at this kind of weird oblique angle to the rest of the solar system says Kuyper belt is is in the same plane as the planets, and it's mostly ice and a little bit of rock and a lot of dust. It's just the judge that didn't get pulled into the inner solar system to make planet. So sort of the leftover car parts outside the trailer park, you know, and. So there's a bunch of these things out there hundreds of thousands of than we think a many of them larger. But this was one they wanted a target beyond Pluto that was along the same line. They're already flying. Because of course, you don't wanna make course adjustments. This thing only carry so much fuel so two thousand fourteen they started searching with the Hubble because it was the only instrument big enough and with little enough atmospheric construction be able to spot things out there. And they found this object, which is called what is ultimate throughly depending on otherwise two thousand fourteen MU sixty nine and said that that's our baby, and they may have enough enough gas and enough wherewithal to do one more before it's all over that the idea that you've even mentioned huddled there. The fact that that still kicking that's a whole conversation in and of itself. It is. And it's just it's it's the NASA PR other than the Apollo program. It is the PR that keeps on giving. It's done more to get people excited. I think about space because it's so visual at amazingly back in the early days of robotic spacecraft in the sixties, and I was a kid the first ones didn't carry cameras. There are a lot of arguments about and occasionally store should be carry cameras. Should we carry camera? You gotta show pictures the tax payers because it's their money we're spending. So always send a camera. I'm glad we got you tonight because the next couple of months are going to be really busy for you talking about these books. You've got coming out interplanetary robots later this month end space two point. Oh next month. Yeah. But I I would rather talk to nobody. But you about right. Right. So that's the priority. Yeah. So I've actually got four books coming up this year, plus two more in reprint. But these are the two that are the closest interplanetary robots. Thanks for the segue, by the way, airplanes Terry robots about the programs, the nineteen sixties seventies eighties of both primarily of the US and the Soviet Union and Russia and then space two point. Oh was all about the new space age, and that was going to be kind of exciting because I did it in conjunction with this group called the national space society. I met at magazine, I'm quite active with them. They cosponsored it. And it it's it's the time is here, you know, up until the falcon heavy when I was giving talks. I kept saying there's a new space age coming hold onto your seats kids. And here it is. You know, I think we've arrived. So it's hopefully the right book at the right time so much space to talk about rod piled. Thank you for joining us. I'm sure you're gonna be on with Bill Handel in the next couple of weeks as he your his guy we stole you for tonight. Thank you. Okay. Rod pile there. You can follow him at rod pile books. P Y L E. Rod pile books on Twitter. We've put that information out at Conway show on Twitter when we come back. Rose Bowl is done rose. Parade is done fires involving both. That's next on KFI AM, six forty Tessa with more news investigators in Santa Ana or trying to figure out how to people died in a house fire or vest is responding to the scene based on their investigation. They believe the fire to be suspicious in nature Santa Ana police, corporal, Anthony, Tony says it man who lived at the home had been arrested for domestic violence few days ago. He says that man recently bailed out of jail, it's not clear whether the same guy was one of the two people found dead in the home Utah's Republican Senator like Mitt Romney has written an op Ed for the Washington Post criticizing President Trump's character. NEC's? Decline says Romney's article claims the president has not risen to the mantle of the office. He feels like the President Trump has. Failed on a moral basis. And those are the areas where he says that he is likely willing ready and able to speak out when necessary when he's inaugurated as a Senator Thursday Romney says president should demonstrate essential qualities of honesty and integrity. And elevate the national discourse he says, these are all things Trump does not do.

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Senate, O'hare and Lake County discussed on The Steve Cochran Show

The Steve Cochran Show

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Senate, O'hare and Lake County discussed on The Steve Cochran Show

"We'll check in with the business top six at six coming up we have brian regan tickets to give away this hour and steve stone to recap everything in the nine o'clock hour as well if the cochran show and it's chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tune in the news sponsored by healthful home dot com here's jen disalvo and andrea it's thirty six degrees and cloudy at chicago's o'hare international airport a lawsuit has been filed against deerfield just days after the village voted unanimously to outlaw anything having to do with assault style weapons deerfield wants to outlaw the possession sale and manufacturing of assault weapons along with large capacity magazines in the village deerfield resident daniel easter day in the illinois state rifle association filed the suit in lake county circuit court in contend the village's ordinance was not an acted within a ten day window as outlined by two thousand thirteen state law the second amendment foundation joined the lawsuit and says the village is trying to guys this as an amendment to an existing ordinance rob martier wgn news moody's investor service has given a thumbs down to chicago's plans to expand o'hare international airport the chicago sun times reports the investment rating agency on thursday branded the eight point four billion dollar project to overhaul o'hare credit negative the city of chicago the city council has voted to allow the initial bowring of up to four billion dollars for the plan the proposal would add gates concourses and an updated international terminal at the airport the oklahoma state senate today consider several measures meant to shore up budget shortfalls that have driven public school teachers to other states in search of better pay here's abc's jim ryan the oklahoma house has approved three new education revenue raisers including a hotel motel tax and a sales tax imposed on online retail purchases finally the senate will look at a change in oklahoma's casino laws which currently allow for video roulette and craps the state house has approved the use of physical dice and roulette wheels in hopes of attracting new gamblers and new education revenues that was jim ryan no let up in the war of the words between britain and.

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