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"brian scott" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"That is the same as if that other didn't happen. Even though the memories are there the energy is different. Yeah yeah it makes perfect sense. But i mean even in the book you do get into the the idea that maybe it does go beyond that. 'cause 'cause i think he talk about Dobbs what's his name is allan or adrian dobbs like like a mathematician and physicist at cambridge. Back in the sixties who use that that that a body of water as a metaphor used the ripple metaphor and he saying. We're sensing the ripples from the future just like if somebody put a little boat on the water and it kind of floated up to the leaves. Come up we know something's coming. We can sense it with some people become attuned to those waves that are coming from the future and then we can. It tells us where to maneuver in this body of water which is kind of what we're doing this field of energy. That's that's becoming manifest all around us all the time we don't think about it but it's kind of like a water it moves in a fluid way there's waves of energy coming ways of energy going and we're moving. We're kind of dancing in the quantum fabric. It's very much like water. Yeah think your bookstore about like the people who didn't get on the planes on nine eleven or who didn't walk into a building caught on fire who didn't get into train that went off the tracks and you know some sometimes. I've thought that that's just intuition which you also get into in the book or like following your gut or following your heart but maybe following your gut or following your heart or intuition actually is in a way tied to that ripple effect. Do you think it is i. Do i think what's happening is that. There's a portion of us that is aware of all these different possibility realities. And if you're in tune enough you'll sense it you start getting you wanna get on the plane during nine eleven there some little voice that says don't get on the talk about it and transporting the plane could still arrive. But there are a number of realities. Where when you get on a red plane in the state of washington that there's an accident so if you listen to that voice and it's really interesting science. Statistically that train accidents or plane accidents have fewer people that get on almost in every case there's less people there are a number of people probably don't ever talk about it that choose not to get on they become aware of it. It is a statistically significant number that why is it less. People are on the on the train when there's train accident. Why is that. there's something else going on. People are aware. And i believe that's what's happening. At least the way. I can conceptualize. It is that of a portion of our inner knowing is aware of these bubbles of waves coming in that are of different events in the future and so people get tuned into it They can avoid car accidents. I've had a number of episodes. I read from multiple authors. You know for instance have avoided. Hey they don't wanna get in. The cab voice tells them don't get on the cab that the cap has an accident down the street. It's not just one. There's hundreds of stories. And i think that's kind of what's going on is that we're sensing different variable possibilities in the future and when we tune into that we can avoid crazy things from happening. I'm i'm sure there's some scientific rational out there who's saying well the reason with train crash because there were fewer people on it so it changed the way to the train. That's it was moving differently. But always i tend to. I didn't think that that's actually not the case So you actually talk a lot more about about the idea of intuition and following your gut in the book was really good. But there's some other things that i want to get into as well and maybe it is a little bit related to being. The lucky person who say doesn't get on the train but you actually say in the book that studies have demonstrated that lucky people are really just relaxed people and that actually kind of reminded me of a recent study that i read that basically says that pursuing happiness. It can can kind of make you unhappy. And it's kind of this. Paradoxical type of the article is actually called the paradox pursuing happiness who is in the behavioral sciences journal and and it's almost like when you're grasping at things too hard you actually don't really get them in and create a paradox of of not actually getting them despite hell how hard you try but but when you say studies demonstrate that lucky people are really just relax people. What exactly do you do. You mean by that. Here's a good way to explain it just to give a story so they identify what other the rational components of a lucky person is. They have a way of studying. They can identify separate. These lucky people. These are the unlucky people so that when they did this study they did things like we're gonna bring We're going to invite the lucky for the unlucky person to the coffee shop and we're gonna lay out a hundred dollar bill on the street. The unlucky person not is not going to see it. They're going to be so focused on getting into the coffee shop at the lucky person is going to be aware and more relaxed. Oh notices the hundred dollars on the street. Their awareness is open. They're not as focused. It's maybe not necessarily relaxation but an awareness of looking out when you're when you're luckier of it in that may be related to relaxation. But when you're lucky it's all it's it's a mindset that you're there's possibilities all around you for instance the same luck. Researchers used a newspaper in they gave a newspaper in they said no it was something like how many times do you see the word joseph in this in this newspaper. Whoever gets it. I you know so. People are reading all the articles. Looking for joseph when on the first page in big bold riding. It says there's joseph is used ten times in this newspaper stereo. People don't see the big picture they don't see because they become so narrowly focused fine tuned. And they're not expecting or looking into the lucky person is opening looking for an expects luck to be around. The corner looks for one hundred dollars on the street and the unlucky person Is nervous and they're not they're looking around. They're they're not as aware of their surroundings and open to the possibility of luck in their life. That makes sense. It makes perfect sense like if you go to a party. Anyone say like know. Find the perfect partner. You really intent on that. You're focused on that you. You might miss the opportunity to actually make good friends or like you you. You might look through the newspaper and you really looking for an advertisement. Let's say for you to be a customer service manager and that's all you're looking for your super focused on that you're a little bit less relaxed and open and so you might miss other ads. That show different types of jobs that that might actually be the perfect job you so so your they. They're they're not focused on a single task. The lucky people aren't an in so there for the not blocking out everything else that they might miss something important or something unexpected or something even like serendipitous and so it's this idea of going through life with a little more relaxed and open mentality kinda reminds me also of a greg. Mccown's new book effortless where you know. Sometimes we're looking for almost like subconsciously with with a near puritanical. Work ethic for the things or the ways to solve a problem that produce blood sweat and tears. Because that's what we've been led to believe that the ultimate best solution is the one that you work the hardest for win in fact the best solution might be the easy solution. The the so-called effortless solution the one that that we might do. When we're inflow and i don't know if i talk about that in the book but that's that's what i found. The most successful option.
"brian scott" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"And use code. Ben greenfield ten all right. Let's do this. I think i've mentioned a few times before on the podcast. You're listening to this podcast. At the time it comes out and even listen to view the ones that came before it. I read a book recently. That was pretty darn good. It was called the reality revolution the mind-blowing movement to hack your reality as a guy who doesn't read a lot of self-improvement books and things a lot of the sub-conscious reprogramming stuff gets a little woo. I was a little a little bit hesitant to divan. But i read the book and it was actually really good. It like mashed up in one book a ton of energy flow and body enhancement routines and subconscious reprogramming and meditation and visualization. I can say that word. Visualization tactics Just a ton of stuff and it's really practical and easy to understand way written and explained by someone who's who's obviously done this stuff and i actually practice it and figured out different ways to do it correctly. His name is brian scott. He's my guest on today's podcast. He's an author. he's a speaker thought. Leaders life coach is a podcast hosts for for another podcast called a reality revolution podcasts. As an artist as well he's got a pretty cool story because he almost got shot to death. I'll let you feel folks in on on how that happened brian. But kind of as part of that really developed a series of pretty cool techniques that are capable of creating a profound transformation. And i mean he teaches how lucid dream surf through parallel realities of how to unlock the power of your mind through some new science back stuff but also ancient tactics like gong in quantum jumping and reality trans surfing so strap on your seatbelts. And we're going to jump in with brian brian. Williams ma'am thanks for having me on ben. It's an honor to meet ya you to in all and by the way for those you listening. All linked to everything i talk about at ben greenfield venice dot com slash reality revolution before we started recording brian. I i was telling you how i really dug the almost like the morning energy and body optimization and chocolate and meridian flow routine that you outlined in the book and i think we'll probably get into that At some point in this podcast we can describe it to folks. But i've been doing that a few times a week like sometimes i'll alternate like some mornings. I jump up and down on a trampoline in watch the sun rise and then other mornings all gonna walk in the sunshine but typically a few times a week and especially when i travel. I've been using that routine and it feels like it just really lines by energy when i travel so So i owe a debt of gratitude to you for for optimizing my my little daily routine even more. Wow coming from you. I'm honored because you have a lot of great content for exercise routines and health stuff so coming from you. That means a lot. Thanks i actually doug that section of the book that's kind of pulled me into the book actually sometimes start in the middle of a book and i started reading that section. I'm like oh wow. This is really cool. I haven't tried half these moves. And i did and i felt amazing. It was actually during a mexico trip. I was reading your book. So i was up on the rooftop of airbnb doing my my zen swings in my chest thumps and my low back this might to baton rates and in came came back. Well i taught it to my boys first of all. I brought them up on the rooftop with me like five thirty. Am and watch the sunrise with them and tried your your routines and and kinda stuck with me ever since so anyways we can get into those later but okay. Let's let's start here from what i understand in your book like brian. Scott isn't even your actual name. Is it now. If i went by my other named people will always just misspell it. It's my middle name. Brian scott so. When i decided to write my book i chose to keep my last night. Might last names binxun. And so we don't have three continents. So and i just found that people remembered brian. Scott at least at a minimum. You know he gets in b. s. When when you check out stuff right. So that's why. Yeah it's just one of those things. It's people Identifying remember that name a little bit easier. So i just went with my middle name. Well being a guy like like you are. Who's who's kind of like really. You seem really tapped into your your energy and you're just kind of your your own vibration when you change your name that do you feel like it changes your personality at all or the way you think about yourself or anything like that huge game changer. I talk a lot in that book about identity shifting and quantum jumping to actually change. My name changed my identity at gave me. Brian scott became someone different. I wasn't. I didn't have all the past wrapped up. Brian binxun anymore. Even though i'm the same person it just gave me an instrument away way for me to redefine myself in a different way just by changing my name and and i recommend anybody else out there that wants to go through a transformation in shift. Just change your name. Go out in become someone else and define who that new person is. And it was a great first step. It became a lot more powerful than i expected. Because when i say. I am brain scott. Even though i've always been brian scott bankston right. It just became a lot more powerful. When i said that because it was this new version of me that i could create interesting. Did you have to legally do anything. Change your name or us now. That's that's what you start writing right. I didn't legally do anything. Yeah i still signed my paintings. When i do our bryan but bryan scotch way. Easier to remember is basically the only reason when i started writing fiction. I almost change my name because my my middle name is grant. And i thought about gentleman named to grant greenfield because i thought it sounded really good as a pen name. I never wound up doing it. But i think that sounds pretty good grant greenfield on of crap hits the fan and i got to go into hiding and change that that'll be it. It also removed my ego from like if it was brian if my regular name if i feel more attached to it like more nervous but when i'm going on his brian scott someone else it's like doesn't matter i don't have. I'm not as concerned about it personally. If that makes sense yeah that does make sense. Okay so speaking of crap hitting the fan like you almost got shot like that's early in your book and it sounds like what really kind of changed your life so so..
"brian scott" Discussed on The Film Vault
"We're going to open it in like ten minutes splitters they must make splitters. I've never seen this border but I'd imagine okay. Let's do this. Yes Mike God i. I was going to record on my laptop my own single track and thank God. I didn't want it stopped recording. It would've been. He would've been hard enough but together but that would have made it a nightmare. Hey guys quick little plug here the way better than this right. I think everyone can agree on that. You didn't talk at all when you had a microphone in talking. That's the way the past nine months though. What does that mean? I'll take the eight ball back. Alright Brian Scott the April Koksal coming back to the they get. I have the the the grab bag. What is Shepton now? Caribbean Peruvian. Rules Caribbean are we. Are we doing a limit though like no. It's going to go on forever. I just put my gift. Do you want to know what to tell Mike. You can steal now or open your gift all open my gift okay. Let's open it. I'd rather leave it wrapped way. And then does he get after after he opens it because he's the he was the first he's still steal something he said he can open and then swap technically starved. Dominy keep it keep it. Yeah what is it what. What about your April Brian? Eno but you want it so badly I'll give you the eight ball the Chick-fil-a I want. Are you serious. Did you ever use the creamery Eh Gotcha the queen that fucking sweet ice cream. Talk off the air. There's this mystery behind that a mystery. My fucking gift card folder went missing. I like folder with you like gift. Cards accumulated hurts. I didn't realize that people know K.. I gotta say something. I can't find my Polo Identification.
"brian scott" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"His ashes, of course, were put on the moon by the lunar prospector. He's the only person who's ashes runny celestial body outside of the planet. I think he knew a lot about I didn't know you knew him that. Well, well, in the sense of being at a conference in talking with him at in that way that you do with people when you're bonded by something. Like, this asteroid, these pieces colliding into Jupiter, and I had been sitting next to the the other Levi and his mom and where everybody I'm was a reporter. And there were reporters mixed up with the scientists. And it was just I remember that day. It was the way you wish the world were no secrets everything that's possible to learn and you're all talking, and you are enjoying the intellectual. Stimulating. And it was just oh God. It was so fun. That's why it's stood out so dramatically because we had all been so wonderfully. Everybody was so warm and happy and having champagne so for me to see him completely change a hundred and eighty degrees. But I as a reporter asked him wasn't clementine supposed to graph every inches the moon and that we should be seeing the back side of the moon. That's why I was asking where are the photos of the back side of the moon, his visible nervousness, and shutdown has to be related to the fact that there is by every account that I've ever heard from anybody who should know there is an alien or several bases on the back side of the moon and on the inside of the moon and Duckie's going back to the seventies member. The Brian Scott case. I talked with Ryan Frazier who took Brian Scott. Down to Peru to go to the gate of the sun where he turned into this Voltaren character and up into that time. Brian Scott is Brian Scott had even at his home. He had done these weird voices and Thelma moss at the university of California was studying him. And there was a lot of interest in Brian Scott. Well, they go to Peru and Brian Frazier who got him down to Peru and who kept in touch with me both before and after that trip. Said that one of the most I guess vivid. Now, we.
"brian scott" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"All right, Brian Scott announcement, I have something to tell you I and will play a nother snippet of me and Amre up onstage. Amc rolls on prepared. I believe this one somebody wrote down Dr drone a ping pong ball. And keep you posted. I two minutes of this. This next this next word is also a name counts. Yeah. What name. Yeah. I I guess everything or nothing counts. Dr drew. Oh, Dr drew. Yeah. What's funny? It just brought his name. Doctors Amana passion he l look this is a good excuse. Let me tell you this about strip clubs, and and I feel the same way. No. Is there one called Dr drew? I'd go there too. Yeah. As yeah. Yeah. You'd have like the businessman's buffet Pap smears in the champagne. Like, a medical sort of flavor to ever gotten a pep schmear to genuine pony. All right. Oh, yeah. We have a whole medical fem- when the order cocktail and you get to olives. The guy the guy reaches into the olive container uses a specula- to get them out there. Thank you into. And they're all right. Dr drew now, here's something I respect about Dr drew. I said to Dr drew wants what's what's up with you not going to strip clubs because I love going to strip clubs and he didn't like going to strip clubs, and he gave a very satisfying answer to me. Which is I am so fucking horny. All the time. I am like fucking caged leper, just you know, we don't pace look, you're so horny you have to pace. He said I can't go to a strip club. Because I may like literally jump up on the stage. Fuck so tier I added the airport say the flooding the ears seems like a reason not to go. I am saying that is an acceptable reason. Like, you're too fucking horny. And you're too passionate. Yeah. Like you walk into the strip club already masturbating. That's right. That's gonna turn some people off. Right. Good luck. With the bouncer, by the way, oh, there's a cover. Hold on. My wallet's on my left hand, you might reach in grab it. And for me, this my dick hand here. All right, Connecticut, Foxwoods February eight and crawls unprepared. And then they'll be taken to the Wilbur theatre in Boston for same show. Just remind everybody. So this show is a challenge from Jimmy Kimmel to Adam to go up and stage with no material at all. And the only thing is people. Right. Just a word or an idea. And a bingo ball domestic do three to five minutes to stand up on based on that. I shall probably open about twenty twenty five minutes of stand up. And then I think we'll we'll veer into this lane. But other than that, very interactive very full of audience participation. Yes. All right, and Brian has himself an announcement as well with through on the New Year's resolution. I'm how you doing outs bald? Brian socks are now for sale anyone who wants them divvy up socks dot com. Partner divvy up socks accompany. I found them through my mother-in-law. She gave me socks with Charlie's face on. Because that's their thing. Put your pets face on. That's larry. I'm going to get those of my own people online thought it was a good idea. And now they're available at divvy up socks dot com slash BB. You can probably find tweet about it. As an owner of a pair of these..
"brian scott" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Today about down syndrome, and I am joined by Dr Brian Scott, go with the with Massachusetts General, and please tell me again, you are titles. So I do not do not under sell you. Thank you. I am the co director of the down syndrome program and the division of medical genetics at Massachusetts General Hospital, and you are on one obviously, given your title, and you did share that your sister. And who is now in her thirties has down syndrome and MRs I'm guessing where your interest came into play, but you are involved with so many people with cutting edge research you've done. Multiple multiple interviews with families of with siblings and children who have down syndrome, and you've spoken to people themselves who have down syndrome and the incredible thing. I would love for you to go back over those those numbers again that verses? Versus society as a whole people with down syndrome seem to be much happier with their lives the threat, my colleagues Levin wrikled, even I decided the most important people we need to hear from our people with the condition themselves people with down syndrome, so we said surveys to people with down to Newman their families from around the country, and we heard back from hundreds of them in ninety nine percent of people with down syndrome that they're happy with their lives and eighty six percents that they can make friends easily ninety six percents that they like how they look now if you ask the typical population people like you or me Hannah only fifty nine percent of us say that we're happy and satisfied with our life. So when compared back to back people with down syndrome, say more happy and satisfied with their wives and the rest of now if you can tell me what is the actual percentage of population. Or the rankings of of those born with Down's syndrome. How how how common is it? About one baby with dancing your mobile. Born for every eight hundred thirty difficult babies, and we have to be there's about two hundred fifty thousand Americans living with them today. Okay. Which is relatively small sample size. When you compare it to cancer or diabetes at this point. The open question becomes as what impact is prenatal decision. Making making on the numbers of babies with down syndrome or babies with down to them, slowly disappearing as more and more expecting couples are choosing to terminate pregnancy. The latest research shows in the United States about fifty percent of all Davies with been born on actually being born and the provocative question is that there are fewer and fewer Americans with down syndrome being born. We know the government start paying attention to disappearing population. And therefore Luntz research breakthrough will go on because there's less funding there which really race against the clock. The prime has never been more promising for people with down syndrome as new genetic and therapeutic discoveries are being made, but comes at a time when because personal decision the numbers of people with in the Middle East that you babies are starting to disappear. Which is fascinating. Because sciences is. A double edged sword at this point because it's allowing parents to make that choice and at an earlier at an earlier stage, but it's also, and you mentioned before those medical conditions that would go along with and a down syndrome diagnosis or being born in down syndrome are not they're able to be handled really for the most part or or at least their severity can be diminished. And so it's not the same the same diagnosis as it was twenty five fifty years ago. That's right down syndrome. Today's remarkably different than down syndrome of yesteryear. And I have to say the future is going to be even better. I think the best is yet to in Fifi is now a reality. We are about to start to major clinical trials here at Massachusetts General Hospital using to experimental drugs from the company's Roche and these drugs whole promise of improving the inflexible copies of people with down syndrome and potentially staving off all timers disease, which goes along with him syndrome, so Down's syndrome used to be a condition that no one paid attention to. And there was no research, and what do we do with that? But now we actually have clinical trials so people with down syndrome just like the rest of the population has clinical trials if they want them all on tier to see if new drugs can be discovered. So it is fascinating to me in a very sad way. How down syndrome was was frequently dealt with in the fifties. And sixties where those children were born and very often institutionalized. And given what we now know that was. Very rarely an assessing. You're right. People to have remarkably new opportunities today more possibilities, but not because of heritage include. They are it's because of inherent changed approved the rest of far we have replaced limitations with expectations for people with down. And they have risen that occasion. You know at the end of the day. I think it becomes a human rights question, which is something that needs to be debating societies have always allowed our people to become the final arbiters about their identities African Americans. Of course, they're here. Dignity during the civil rights movement of the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties women. Of course, showcase their personal value regarding one's gender during the women's suffrage movement. He can of the twentieth century the Jewish people rebuilt to reclaim their identities. After the holocaust of my skin's are, of course, cleaning pride around civil rights movement of this century. We'll now it's people with down syndrome. Who have joined the debate about the round condition and Mike groups before them their self descriptions contracts into the ways in which others might describe them. So an open question becomes how are thought side? Ultimately going to define down. And we'll be my people with the condition to find themselves. Fascinating take on that. And as you mentioned the numbers of that sample size will say of people who are actually being born with with down syndrome is in fact diminishing, which is which is a an oddly timed phenomenon given that the the future has never been so bright for this diagnosis, given and the research and medical science that is available for the conditions that go along with it. And also for for what we're seeing as far as the research, and that is again, and I'm going to talk about this first second more. But again in the only the Petri dish, it is that that extra chromosome has been silenced. And and turned off in the Petri dish. We're talking today when Dr Brian Scott co of Massachusetts General who. For for for Meena butchering his title, basically runs. The department you and your colleague run the department for down syndrome research at -chusetts general, but one of your colleagues, and has has a isolated and been able to silence and turn off that extra chrome. Is that extra the extra gene on the twenty chromosome is actually no extra chromosome for that whole extra copy of the twenty per chromosome in al-baji that are on unbelievably fascinating for those who want to follow along at home. Is there a website or Facebook page or something that they can get more information on what you do.
World Cup 2018 final: France 4-2 Croatia – as it happened
"Charlie sherman he's in the ace hticket dot com sports studio charlie all right thank you garo well it is all over in moscow the world cup now belongs to france the france wins it by a final score of four to two they went up one nothing croatia would even at one one but france would score couple of unanswered goals three answered goal unanswered goals croatia added one more before it ended but france wins at four to two they are celebrating enga power red sox and blue jays wrapping up their four game series hand well is the first half of the season down at fenway park red sox have just scored three more runs to break a two two tie brian johnson started for the socks against the blue jays marcus stroman socks leading that one by a score of five to two in cleveland the yankees and the indians are all tied up at two in the sixth inning all star games right around the corner mookie betts jd martinez mitch moreland craig kimbrel and chris sale all headed for the all star game who will get the start well his alex alex cora's thoughts severino you got sell i don't know how he's going to work this weekend but obviously he's going to be arrested one in is not gonna hurt him actually he's going to benefit us the all star game is tuesday in washington dc at wimbledon earlier today novak djokovic won his fourth men's title six two six two seven six over kevin anderson the serb has waited more than two years for his thirteenth grand slam title with his previous victory coming and the two thousand sixteen french open in golf bart brian scott mccarron and jeff maggert are tied atop the leaderboard at the senior players championship michael kim leads the john deere classic and brooke henderson.
"brian scott" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So here's the one to hundley only takes a strike fastball on the outside corner what ball in one strike tomlinson on deck he deals hundley caps foul third base side right over the cubs ondeck circle and it's one and two leased average right now at two fifty three but his power numbers in his rbi numbers are good here's the pitch inside he moved his feet two balls two strikes zobrist played hundley to pull off the line at versus result news the two pitch unle takes low three and two so all of a sudden the pinpoint control that you had in innings what into that white is good as it was in the first two weddings so we'll see what he does here three and two his homily even that bat back and forth now he raises ed right hand and asked for time it up it's two to to here in the fourth here's the payoff ten to hundley swinging a chopper to third brian scott it is the big hop lines and throws in time to get hundley throughout.
"brian scott" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And i by merely doing i think i wound up doing six or seven or even eight intermission reports that night showing the same highlights of everything over and over again do you have that you looked at it what is it four overtimes caps in the penguins right wow so ended in the fourth overtime so you could do the number of intermission reports that i did gourd the game winner oh my gosh but i just remember thinking i just said a television record most hockey intermission reports hosted were you solo did you have an animal solo you just doing highlights that's it and enough you know i think towards i got home at like two thirty in the morning and i'm like nhl tonight is next on like billy i'm out yeah hosts joe in london let's take a phone call before brian scott bernie calls in from england before we get brian scouring from new england what's up joe are you calling from london yes i am math this is quits you on on the app on the on the podcast but my wife is wife has government and i feel okay i get the two kids to get my go to bed i missed to bread so at some up but i just wanted to say is is and all the pictures fans dough this holidays in of what we have today for doing that with built cousin who blood cell you know it's like ninety six ten questions post i play.
"brian scott" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Ninety seven point one wash fm it's toby and chilly in the morning and coming up next in show biz buzz if you're a fan of american idol there are two things you're going to be very very happy about the penalty keep your mess out mile away this john how almost mun help offer never reject brian scott this place fifty one miscalculate in those sure.
"brian scott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With authorities wbz news time to fifty one ten communities in central aarhus zona have now been evacuated as a wildfire continues to grow threatening about five hundred homes tender fire information officer brian scott is at the fire zone evacuation took place and it looked like a fairly orderly want not everybody has left as i understand it just a handful that did not firefighters say strong winds are fanning the flames of the fire those winds are expected to continue through tomorrow that caused the wildfire at this point is unknown one person is severely burned and twenty others left homeless when a student occupied apartment building went up in flames in amherst the fire was reported around three o'clock in the morning sunday firefighters found heavy fire coming from the third story windows at a six unit building most residents managed to get out searchers did discover one victim inside suffering from second and third degree burns who has taken to a connecticut burns hospital that cause of the blaze remains under active investigation umass says it will provide effected students with free campus housing for the rest of the semester we have breaking news this morning to you want to know information now coming in i wanna learn this tournament wbz news on wbz newsradio ten wbz news time to fifty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.
"brian scott" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"brian scott" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"brian scott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Back in the day and it's funny because it's like in the back of the iranian wwe the limo drive up you know exactly what it looks like so like we're talking about these people getting hurt did they really fighting and one went to the but i mean like this that i won't question all the other stuff i will totally question because i don't think of fighter would take themselves out of a fight i stunt for someone else but i think they really were hurt by the by the shattering of glass everything else though i think is completely setup cheese ross in waterbury russ what's up guy i comment on the mainly at the barclays i just wanna to comment on lebron james like it's amazing that i saw video he was commenting on his his son has a chance to make the nba he's going to do what he has to do to become a free agent and play with his son how great would that be and this was something that happened when brian windhorst was doing his book tour this is one thing that he had started saying that you know one of lebron's goals could be to play with brawny and if they're if the nba gets rid of their age limit and brawny would potentially be able to go from high school right to the nba that it would make any maybe possible feasible that lebron complete with his son brian is going to go first overall just because people won't wanna brian scott.
Needs go unmet 6 months after Maria hit Puerto Rico
"To evacuate their homes as a major storm arise as expected a pablo an area already devastated by wildfires and mudslides in fact santa barbara county says it's expecting more rainfall in this single storm than accounting typically sees all year residents should prepare for possible flash flooding along with tumbling rock and mudslides from san luis obispo county south of los angeles we'll severe weather meantime also striking the southern us tornadoes and hailstorms causing widespread damage chris pallone takes us there says many cleanup underway in parts of alabama and georgia after powerful storms spawned tornadoes hail right there baseball sized hail across the region cars in hopes damaged destroyed near cullman alabama trees and power lines knocked to the ground is well the national weather service confirms at least three tornados touched down in the state with a college town northeast of birmingham taking the biggest hit showing for nine pm a tornado and package jacksonville virus extensive damage the campus of jacksonville state university took a direct blow brian scott took cover in his bathroom palm as soon as i put the blanket over my head comes off fifteen minutes brand new tank in there throughout the area people like rusty pool or taking stock of what's gone in what's left star over bark over in realizing that everything they spent years working for can disappear in an instant put so much effort into it you try to make it right it's a storm you just don't want to mess with being your place of safety prediction center issue to repeat es or particularly dangerous situation warning before the outbreak in people had a fifteen minute warning to take cover the good news is there's there's no known injuries or fatalities and for that we thank god the system moved east damaged dozens of homes in the atlanta suburb it's a stark reminder that in the southeast peak tornado season has arrived crisp alone hawaii news now six months since hurricane maria hit puerto rico and more than one hundred and twenty thousand people are still without power authorities say the entire island may not have power until may just before the atlantic hurricane season comes around again maria a category four storm when it hit in september caused an estimated one hundred billion dollars in damage spoke today at the reports at the federal trade commission will be investigating the social media company it's under.
"brian scott" Discussed on K2 Radio
"You were telling me i mean you have a lot of different charities son that foundation's where you tell me at this money but you have kind of a special on this year for well this year as many people are aware of their is downtown they are putting together that brian scott camera off community stage down across from the old irish theater and part of the some of the proceeds from this year's choice cook off will be going towards that in memory of brian so we're all very excited about that and it's going to be a special chilly cook officer in and thank you so much for that tenacious very generous if you know but it's it's something that we wanted to do some kind of so once again this saturday's saturday don't miss that big stuff you're roger get rogers from houston so you right chilly kind of actually better be good that's all it there's there's forty five brought i got to find one that you like that of the big not i don't know it's rogers so now there's no beans excellent so what time what time to people lined up at the door well it's going to be one of those things where the with than mid new process is that defense and if you get there a little bit earlier probably be a good idea i do believe that they may open the doors around ten forty five okay and that but they're not gonna let anybody on the floor and so levin but at least they can get through the process and and start get there a little bit early so they can get in and get it will be a new learning per process for all of us but another thing too like i said earlier don't bring any stronger as because it will not let you bring us on the floor of the offense right i'll be fly stroller at home if that's gonna sitting there sixteen and twenty one outset but i don't want to forget to you had there's some other crisis well we got a couple of raffles are going on we've got.
"brian scott" Discussed on K2 Radio AM 1030
"Number right when the dime to move meant to him in the other again it is sutter was for the number and in football improvement edelman advice whether things too soon francoeur yeah i mean a certainly no less not go but it's not good i get site plenty of example one another person like steph listen i would agree be remiss if i didn't thank you frank for ou involved with his salute brother would we appreciate or your comments with regards to our special day yesterday for brian scott and we also have some new moves the ceremonies and so forth roger you have them in the fall league and in return yeah well as we mentioned on thursday there will be a public hearing at buster from four seven the family will have a private funeral service over the weekend and then on monday there will be big community gathering at the events center celebration of life and i'm you'll be hosting that we will be live streaming of argue to channeled good they're friends i'm just and in everybody knew celebrate are friend you're good friend away i had the opportunity last night also for you listening we did have a chance to visit with them the bryans family i'm happy to report that too moon needless to say they're all terribly shaken but you know they know there's a road ahead.
"brian scott" Discussed on K2 Radio AM 1030
"You know you're gonna miss some i'm gonna tell you you're gonna miss some that all cle so much so much and and and and so home i'm just so glad batted two thousand thirteen that he board of directors not starter reach so the bryan honor and what a was a big time morning that was then ten this this this kid with outright layer be the mayor and that you did any list some twisted and home attendance as friends they bring in people no by the lowest well one well listen it is your family ok so what's going on they're a class yes there they they are we adopted will play from time he specialty worth video doing spinal final some work with him then he's doing well the perfect surgery um it was yeah i'm hadn't back today so i'll be all be it kasper tonight go but everybody's doing good thank you for that well you have such a big heart you're beautiful bryant in all those critical children and now you're adopting you know we we have we were in a star first year but option estar yeah yeah well and bryant brian see me i mean brian scott shaped me and and there's just no no doubt about that i love him and i love all of you and god bless all of you actually please travel safely and look forward to seeing him you go home yes sir thank you so much of it actually bright ladies and gentleman brian the head marvelous relationship with bob but i just got a message from muller ten stewart anderson.
"brian scott" Discussed on K2 Radio AM 1030
"Quite a bit of our staff also or operations people donovan shoulders with this in the main studio and as you hurt as mentioned to the top before we win and to the particular song growth brooks that this is the special simulcast broadcast on all of our clear channel stations here in kasper that would be kgw will kick atl kriv k keep drs and could w one one i have ladies and gentleman been in this chair often and of all the days this would be a day that i would not one to be in this chair as you know the chair typically belongs to associate the brian scott who them who we lost on yesterday was a matter of fact those who listened to brian consistently know that he was on of a bit of a vacation number of friends trainers when up to lethbridge canada they left middle week and on their motorcycles they made them all up too great falls montana ryan about one day the two but eight hundred bounce in them up into lethbridge canada and then who were returning home yesterday someday and i guess things took place roger sometime around when it was just before noon yeah and just outside a billings and there was an accident apparently thus the highway patrol can tell them trying to pass him cars i am none of time i guess i get them perhaps misjudged the oncoming traffic try to get back into their original line and two bikes collided one of them been brown.