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"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"So what what does the next Few years look like in your opinion. let's just say that. Call it Early twenty twenty. Two otc really goes into into effect You know we continue to see more momentum from this You know from the different. Both legacy manufacturers but also maybe some new players that cater to this and this idea of expanding market where is What what are some of the things. I guess that you're going to be keeping an eye on that. They are the most exciting things that you think are kind of on the horizon are what you're hoping comes about over the next few years i'll let so at the chew on pretty loaded the most difficult question at the end. I have a couple a thoughts on that. I i think number one I would pay real close attention to the The legislation The possibility of medicare being expanded to age sixty and allowing for hearing aid coverage You know talk about a volume business. if medicare paid for hearing aids That would really change the dynamic in a hurry. probably would need more You need to Have audiologist sistance to offload some of the more routine things. When you're working with the patient Probably would need more of that blended model were taking some of the visits Through in the end of the virtual world With respect to innovations in the hearing aid world. I think i i always say that Hearing aids have been incrementally improving since the late nineties when digital became a reality and those innovations usually involving three different buckets there's chorus signal processing. Which is really around. Having the hearing aid incrementally get better at at amplifying in challenging situations You know we've seen bilateral beam forming. We've seen these really interesting things around Split processing you can take some of the sounds that the hearing aid things speech and amplify them completely different way than other sounds that the aid is trained to think as a background noise so i think signal classification systems inside of a hearing aid A lot of people call them artificial intelligence. They've been around and here they've been hearing. It's for many years There's going to become even more sophisticated over the next five to ten years that you're gonna see that innovation. I think when it comes to wireless connectivity continue to see that evolve and become easier for people to use And then the third bucket in innovations inside of hearing aids. Just call it personalization the ability to self adjust and maybe even self fit your hearing aid to me that's where that bose product That you mentioned early on here is really interesting. Because it's a Validated a pretty New validated self fitting approach. That doesn't require an audio graham You know not to get too geeky here but we've been fitting hearing aids Using prescriptive method which is developed in australia and canada. Two separate similar methods called the now and the dsl back in the seventies eighties that required an audio graham as kind of the starting point Thresholds while with this bows algorithm..

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"I think that this is where again. That's where i'm saying that You know what does the next To larry's point you know if the next decade is all about sort of this expanding part of the market the manufacturers are going to be doing a lot to help enable that too. Because you know you look at it as a current clinic that you know fits call at sydney hearing aids. It's insignias best interests than to have the ability for like you said if there are three to four follow visits and a lot of that visit is more just sort of. Qna information gathering. Are you happy with your experience. Do we need to make any kind of adjustments. Why can't you just do that through something. That looks a lot more like zoom than having somebody come in and spend all that time like you said and the patient wants that right exactly in. It's not to say that you have to force them into these new online models. Don't get me wrong. I understand that this is largely A patient demographic that's populated by older quite older adults and therefore they might not be they might have not not had the proclivity or the dot any desire to have this done through online things a two year point When we're looking at a lot of what isn't being treated it's you know on a on an audio game appears you have normal hearing loss but obviously you know that not to be the case and again. This is where a lot of those people are. Probably more like situational instances. They probably have some deficit at a certain frequency or something like that and they really struggle when that particular frequency whether it's like i really struggle with my grandchildren because they might have the higher frequency voices and therefore those specific voices are challenging for that person to here so here name might be a great solution for them or something a little bit more watered down might be great too. So that's again. Where i think this gets interesting is that you know that first initial visit. We really understand as the provider i think. Okay here's exactly. What the challenges are that. This person's laid out. And then that information stored we now know that exists in so when we go to have that follow up. I just think that all of this really to me is a matter of how do you sort of like okay if if a lot of what. The current model offers isn't appealing to sort of this expansion of the market. Then that presents the question of like what. What would what would need to be done in order to do that. Because it seems to me that if you have eighty eight percent of people that have experienced the professionals service as saying that they would opt to experience that again in go through the professional if presented that or do it yourself option so there's a lot of value there but then you gotta make it so that that value more or less is just much more conducive. And that's why i just think that A combination of of like online video conferencing online tools to gather information.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"Do they have a medical problem with your ear not I think some some people have had in the podcast. Recently of mentioned it's called the consumer ear disease risk assessment cedra developed by some mayo clinic and northwestern university people that you use this machine learning to help a person detect the probability of having condition that requires medical attention anyway. So that's the medical side of things and but what it misses as kind of the functional component Because the audio graham is so crude any off your on the low end of normal. It's quite possible That you could have day to day communication struggles and so in the article that you mentioned i think it was written by both larry. Humes and barbara weinstein. It was published a few months back in jama laron galeotti. They were advocating for a metric. That measures The functional impact that hearing loss Might have and Barbara weinstein whose at city university of new Of new york back in the early eighties. So this is forty years ago Was a co developer of a tool called the hearing handicap inventory In its long form is twenty twenty five questions that look at basically. The impact hearing loss might have on Emotional impact and social impact in. This is a validated tool. There's a screening version. That's only ten questions. There's the h. h. i. e. for the elderly. And of course that's kind of outdated term so now it's the hearing handicap inventory for adults H. i. a. And then just in the last couple of years. Some researchers at the university of south carolina updated it and they call it the revised anyway. The point is In the in the larry humes barbara weinstein in the short piece in jama in a longer. Piece that larry wrote for iran. Hearing basically saying that Every clinician should be measuring auditory wellness The functional capability of the individual or the impact on functional ability that the person has Because of be hearing loss they should be measuring that with this h one version. Pick the version you want of this hearing handicap inventory and I couldn't agree more with that. I think that this is a huge opportunity for our profession to kind of move away from just from the medical model even though yes that's still important and look more at Hearing law says sort of the lens of the chronic care model. How do we help this person. Get by better and function better Day to day and the tool to use to use the tool that gauges that is this. H h i Questionnaire really easy to and if i could go one step further. I'll just say that in One of Larry's papers he talks about people that had essentially normal audie grams but on the h. h. i..

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

03:57 min | 3 months ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"Of the biggest names of the game right now is going to be a matter of. How do you expose more people into that logical value so that you get more and more of those that fall into this bucket of eight percent would want to go that route. Yeah i think that kind of speaks to the complex nature of hearing loss and trying to figure out what's going to work best for somebody you know you think about people that Raise their hand. And say i have trouble with my hearing. It usually takes the proverbial seven to ten years to get there. Usually people in that category tend to be skew a little bit older. They have other health conditions. And so i think at some point along the patient journey. They're looking for guidance. I think historically that guidance has always been along all segments of the patient journey from testing defeating the follow up. I think really one of the more exciting opportunities because of tele care because of the ability to maybe by but devices Online is kind of it allows the patient to kind of pick and choose the segment of the journey where they want to involve a professional. Maybe they want the professional at the beginning to kind of help them navigate the choices Maybe they want the professional to help them. Better understand Their hearing loss and some of the treatment options. Maybe they need help. Learning how to get the device in and out of their ear and all those kinds of things so they can be consistent hearing aid wear so i think there's all kinds of opportunities to kind of deconstruct the patient journey and offer value. Where a patient kind of pick and choose along the way where they want to engage the professional. Yeah i love that You you said navigate. And that brings to mind when i was speaking with kim and jeff. Kim use the analogy of you know. Let the patient be the captain of their own journey..

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Coronavirus pandemic may make it easier to get in to college, but not the Ivy League

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus pandemic may make it easier to get in to college, but not the Ivy League

"Impacted students expected to return to college campuses. Does it mean easier entry into Ivy League schools? A recent poll found about 22% of college students were taking a virus inspired gap year, and that's leading some college enrollment experts to conclude that it makes Ivy League schools easier to get into. However, Brian Taylor with Ivy coach disagrees. There are schools that are having trouble getting kids. Ivy League schools are not having trouble getting kids rejected. Kids by the dozen last year, just as they will next year, so the math just doesn't add up, Tiller says. Ivy League schools don't fill slots with just any applicants. Stephan Kaufman CBS NEWS

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Dog Save The People

Dog Save The People

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Dog Save The People

"You should do it. I've always wanted to take a boat trip around America and sodium. The reason to my dad used to watch the national lampoon movies more way younger so I'm I'm telling you so added love. Love it every time on channel eleven I. Remember Wpro s and I always let me when I have my family. I want to take my family untrue and is amazing is peaking small businesses and individuals to get back to the community because I looked at how restaurants at how the pandemic in. Hospital to how they gave free food to the hospitals, the frontline workers who need once and I'd like this is so amazing. You lost all your income for being restaurant but hit. You are giving people food for lunch in the frontline. I just was so amazed by that I'm. I got to give back in a big way in. This is my fight and giving back to people pet owners who have pasta haven't been growing six seven months because of endemic, and because Mao waiter, and now able to chocolate personnel, Ker and help people will need so this is a big deal for us. We're happy that we have people that want to support a seduce, so we look into work with black businesses will look into work with shelters and look into work rescues where we offer women services at not Pasta Jamuna fat owners who've been experiencing arch. That's what this whole tour is. About I've worked in shelters and I know that a lot of the dogs that come in once they get groomed. They feel better. And then they all just it changes their whole disposition, and then also it helps them. It helps them just present better for potential adopters so I love, I love. You're going to connect with the different shelters. Yes, yes, that's the main thing is that we WANNA give? This is an opportunity. Go to good home as sometimes I'd love. That looks so new, but he needs to be groomed and that we can just take that element out that that Pakistan groom. Gives them a chance to be adopted to get so beautiful a lot of people because they're not working. It's their neighbor to take care of or or afford their pet and we don't want them to end up in shelters. Exactly that's that's one of the thing, too. Because yes, been rescued with his been son had increased amounts suit. Gingrich's cannot afford having several blocks that they had to go back. Back to the rescue, so we're just hoping that you know people just finding the heart to donate and companies, a lot of companies are looking to help black on businesses. We have sponsorship programs to that. We're asking for what we include you in marketing so Great for you feel looking to give and help as we grow in. Get Out of this fin- make I. Just hope that we can. Do More, and even if we don't raise money I'm, GONNA. Jump remark game, and I'm going to all who are quick. Come with me or still to help as many people as possible. You know this is just what is about is getting away on closing up my shop for that time, so you are have to an what we come back in the middle. Office we can just look at how the business looks like. Like and and offer the services that we can. We continue the duel in desribed out to the new year. Absolutely was sounds like it's going to be a wonderful adventure it is. You said that you set up a Did you set up a go fund for now tour? NASC SAT up. Go Fund me already. Where can we find? That is called. The pop pandemic will leave tour. We have a website called the. Are Really tour our website. Is On my instagram page at the Dogfather Hall along in his own. My Business Instagram page at Harlem Dr Days Five in click the little bio right there and take you right to go find me. Were asked with the two things. To donate whatever is in the heart, but the most important thing is to share in your community because we just need more people know about this, so we can help. We are numbers, so we can really do a lot and help, so many earns expansion hardships. Thank you again I. Love Your Story I. Love What you're doing. Angry back to the community. It's such an inspiring inspiring example of how we are dealing with all of this. Yeah, these challenges and that you are turning lemons in the lemon made of. Yes, you're wrong New York strong, always the big apple baby. All Right Bryan, we'll talk soon and I just started. Follow me on Instagram, so we'll be in touch with. It. I so enjoyed speaking with Brian and hearing about his story I, love it when people find their passion, and especially for US doglovers when we're able to really find a way to marry that love of dogs, and also it love of community I'm so inspired by what Brian is doing both within his community in Harlem, by helping to provide internships for youths in also reaching out to his community, but also with this idea that he's created the PUP pandemic tour by taking his idea of grooming and providing services for those who can't afford grooming across the country Brian is such an amazing and inspiring man. Thank you for listening to this episode of dog saved the people a podcast about how dogs make our lives better. This show is a production of as it shouldn't be the content student. It's made with the support of our producer and editor. Jack Summer Special. Thanks to our composer neighbor Daniel Lampert for creating music for the show. You can subscribe to dog. Save the people on Apple podcasts spotify or wherever you get your podcast. If you like the show, please leave a review or raining. You can also follow us on social media for the dog days of summer during July and August. We will be posting every other Tuesday. Spending a lot more time with dogs and I hope you will be too. You can also check out the tiny Tim Rescue Fund Foundation at John. Bartlett and why dot com enjoy walk with your dog and make it a great day for both of you..

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Dog Save The People

Dog Save The People

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Dog Save The People

"How dogs make our lives better. My name is John Bartlett in I'm your host? Brian Taylor runs to Harlem dougie. Day Spa which he started running as a business around ten years ago after initially being in the banking world now as the Dogfather of Harlem, Brian has been very involved with his business to help bring people together make the dog community stronger and give people a space to bring their dogs to be groomed, have cage free boarding Bhai dog food get pickup services, and whatever else dog owners may need l. keeping the business going during the pandemic has been tough. He's been finding his way through it and is now about to embark on the PUP. Pandemic relief tour across the country to help dogs in need of grooming. Hey Brian Welcome to save the people how you doing today. Thank you. Thank you for having the dark the Harlem here. About some great stock remits appreciate. You guys support or not. What's not already do this? So. Let's start with the with your name which I love the dog father of Harlem about how you got that name. Oh my God. I'm self-proclaimed. Holum, but after you taking care of over eight nine thousand dollars in New, York City. It only made sense to be called the Godfather Autumn is only one. You're always being only one overall. Been in business for ten years in Harlem where one of the first doggy daycare grooming salon walk case free boarded facility hollow. We take care over four five hundred thousand a month. So yes, I am the dogfather. Love it. I love it, so let's back up a little bit. Where did you grow up? I was born in West Africa are Sierra Leone, Kim you, when ounce thirteen I'm a Jersey boy, originally on have always been in the big apple right out of college I took the leap of faith, and I came to New York and I never left. Tell me about your own love of dogs. This is something that you boys had growing up. Yes, so basically it's really crazy so I'm west African I. I was born in Sierra. Leone an advocate culture. Unfortunately, we still have a blend iron animals. We believe the animals. Should they be endured the city outdoor right, so I was raised by my uncle. Uncle always had animals. We actually had a golden retriever back in beautiful, but honestly you know I know too much about dogs Dan. While what really helped me when I move Sir America I was like fifteen in my younger brother, my younger brother was like a rebellious younger brother. Get Away with everything. We're walking around the neighborhood and restarted bull me. We rescued PIPLO. We bought it in my mother's basement, so we were able to keep this people for three weeks in my mother basement, and the dog was barking and we just kept mind saying that is a neighborhood dog and walks. At that moment when my mom discovered that we had a dog, she had us. For the dogs are able to give it to one of our neighbors, so we can still visit the I'm Lois had love animal I just didn't know in one aspect it would be I just knew when I get all my fam-. I have a dog. So what really got me into? It is that I was in Business Bank of J.. P. Morgan Chase and my job was to help people community Harlem to find Payroll Merchant Services Lines of credit for their business and one day. I met up with this individual. American woman who was walking dogs in the Navy by an accident what she did. She told me that she was a dog Walker. A groomer so accident volunteers some of my time to kind of understand her business model, because as a business person I wanted to support and help her business, so that made the long short we ended up partnering up and we started Holland doggy days five. Unfortunately after two years, we had to go separate ways in a to over the business and I had to go and learn how to be a dog groomer I took a lot of classes to become a dog train ASAKA. The hands on aspect of the business instead of being the investor. The guy that does the paywall did the the counting of the income, so at that moment it just struck me when I went to school, and I became a dog groomer, actually was really good at it Oh this is my thing in that grade exactly and unfortunately got so point had to make. Make a decision to lead the the financial world move to the puppy world, and ever since twenty thirteen I've been all the way in I've grown the business. I love what I do I live with the pop son in the building where my businesses I have loaded area attorney into my own living room so when people board with their dogs. They actually staying with me. So is a really fulfil into just be able to be around dogs all the time on the same time. Help people in community that allow is a good feeling. I'm always so happy to hear when people find their dream jobs and I know there's so many of us, said love our animals, and we try to figure out different ways. How can I make a living and and give back to the animal community and you found it? Yes, that that without now also with the with the Harlem Dog Day Spa. You also do a lot with your community in a lot of outreach. That I've always heard that african-american. Don't love dogs away. Everyone else doing and I feel thousand notion that I needed to change so one thing I always wanted to do is in fact I am black and a lot of us as a male are. Don't own businesses added younger Asia. My business, twenty, six and thirty seven now, so it's like I wanted to always show that we can do things neighborhood, no matter what kind of business you had so since dogs are off, genuity and embedded in lives are always. Ways to connect the community to what we do. We sponsor a lot of block association events. We sponsor ill some basketball teams, and then one time in twenty fourteen. I, started working with York City where they work chases cases.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The better at that time the best prospect he'd ever late to eyes on at one point in time ninety three he was the top ranked prospect in all of Major League Baseball then a few days before his twenty second birthday Taylor I got stuck into a brawl literally tore his left shoulder out of its socket the surgeon that performed it said was one of the worst shoulder injuries that he's ever seen Brian Taylor obviously was never doc Gooden for the Yankees was never that guy that was gonna be and I remember when they drafted him and all the talk when they drafted almost fifteen years of age when they drive to Brian Taylor and what he was supposed to be as an ace as a starter number one overall player never transpired never happened that brawl in a bar ended his career and Brian Taylor never realized what many believe was unbelievable potential Brian Taylor's my nominee Yankees number one overall draft pick nineteen ninety one as the biggest Boston New York sports history hi Brian Bonsall the phone box go head July first two thousand eight I was twenty five years of age by the way the way I don't know if the Rangers seeking to replace the legend of prime beach and anchor on the power play that left tens defenceman requiring weight right in here thirty nine billion dollars he was already on the way down thirty one years of age when they signed them in that six years he scored I believe four or five goals racked up a whopping forty points didn't make it the third year of the contract before going to the Connecticut well at the time becoming the highest paid player in.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Without fear, because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me what the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have these machines. After a century of law. I remember that. Members. Declare your independence. Apron to be the people studios of Phoenix. All right. I'm in and Brian Taylor going to get into Saul decentralized, which we'd be needing anyway. And we were scheduled to happen before we scheduling conflict. We got him back. We're ready. We're gonna rock and roll in here we go. So let me tell you about Ahmed. I'm in regular speaker, bitcoin blockchain conferences throughout Europe, Australia. Central America sit last six years helping chair the truth, freedom choice that point, and other decentralized platforms have to offer now advocate appeared appear and decentralisation. And we're all pirated up so we're ready to go pirates dot com..

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"brian taylor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It wasn't supposed to be a permanent service cut that metro says it's not ready to restore late night service yet the transit agency says it is willing to shell out up three dollars a ride for up to ten rides a week for late night workers to be able to take Uber lift home. The Washington Post says the transit agency with subsidize fares for rides taken when there is no rail service. Miss would apply only for late night workers. Not for people out on the town have their Curtis on WMA Allen WMA L dot com to jail teenagers who trick or treat in Chesapeake Virginia lives on. But not for long mayor. Rick west wants to make one thing clear, we have never exercise incarceration of a child for trick or treating, but it's still the law for now that'll change once the rest of the laws nailed down should all team. Be banned. If we have individuals that are artistic or of down syndrome that age really doesn't apply and one member wonders, whether the law shouldn't be scrapped altogether. A lot of people don't have an objection to older kids trick or treating because they're not out doing other things. Stay tuned. John Matthews on wwl and wwl dot com. A football coach Prince George's county high school is being investigated after accusations of an inappropriate relationship with a student letter went homeless students today at divall highschool from assistant principal Brian Taylor. It says in part of Ryan to inform you that Mr. tarot Carlos Lockwood in school suspension coordinator and head varsity football coach is on leave. The letter continues by saying David Kozlowski will serve as interim head varsity football coach until further notice please confirm to us. They are investigating. But then no charges have been filed. Wwl news time eight oh four now. A male track weather, the the carpet cleaning traffic.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Filmspotting

"The Brian Taylor movie mom and dad with some ablaze and nNcholas cage as parents trying to murder their children after a strange unexplained m night Shamlan lake the happening experience suddenly causes all parents to want to murder their children. This movie is ridiculous. It's over the top. It's one of those full on bat poop, crazy, nNcholas cage performances that you think of when you think of Nick cage performances and having already seen this movie and having given my friends only the minimal amount of information about what to expect watching them watch. This movie was. So much fun. I cannot recommend this enough. If you're the kind of person who likes a collective, like low key, drinking and watching your friends laugh experience, and you have friends that like cinema because this thing goes to some weird like seventies affect kind of places in addition to very modern like small, small scale horror movie places. In addition to over the top, just watch nNcholas cage flail places, it is a fun group experience. Both of those remind me of a movie going experience that I wasn't really watching the movie, but when my teenage daughter brought friends home to watch heredity upstairs in the office, and w were downstairs doing something else. Every scream I knew exactly. When they started it. I knew exactly. Essentially. The one I'm gonna pick a memorable movie experience. I'd like to forget, I did it to myself. So I can only blame myself, but I'm going to have to say going to see happy time murders. I mean that one's going to it's going to stick with me for a while. It's a little sticky. Well, I don't have a twenty eight teen pick. Because I either watched most twenty eighteen movies sitting on my couch or sitting next to Josh. And that's completely uneventful. So I'm going. He we didn't see that one together. Try. I try to grab him. You never know just shoving me off. But I've got two real quick ones that both involve my kids starting with the seventy millimeter film festival at the music box here earlier this summer, and no it's not seeing Lawrence of Arabia with no air conditioning to get the full effect of desert sun seeing Indiana Jones and the last crusade with a packed enthusiastic house that type of house it's clapping when Harrison Ford's face for Sapir onscreen getting punched on that ship out at sea booing, the Nazis, I had my three oldest kids including Quinn. He's eleven he was the only one who hadn't seen it before just in heaven and one of the moments of comedy in that movie. I love the comedy of that film. But there was the one moment that I think a lot of people rip on. And I thought was a bad comedic moment is well, which is the moment where Hitler signs the diary were Indy. Turns and Hitler, grabs the diary and signs it and hands it back to them. But I will never forget the. Stunned look of joy. And then the laugh that ensued on Quinn's face. And now, I think that moment is pure gold. And absolutely belongs in that film. The other one would be delivering on my promise to Ethan Hawke here in studio where I said, I was gonna watch before sunrise with my fourteen year old daughter Sophie and her loving it so much that a couple of weeks later when she went to spend the night at a friend's house. She borrowed the DVD and brought it and came back. She made the friend watch it, and she was so relieved to tell me that she could continue being friends with the girl girl also really loved before Sunday. So she's out there proselytizing spreading the word for the before trilogy. Those are my two favorite movie experiences of the year. And now we get back into our countdown as we talk about some of the best films of twenty eighteen this is our first consensus Vic. Courts can't know on compel another man to engage in recreation, certainly not a son of a gun is humor days or sale. Names, horses, deigned bust, muster Scruggs, screw. Run from Riyadh to pay. This pistol. Clancy Brown with Tim Blake Nelson in the Cohn. Brothers the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs. Now, I said this was the consensus part of the show. But it turns out things don't always match up perfectly..

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"brian taylor" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"Yourself as a student in the classroom with the worst teacher or a substitute teacher that didn't know the curriculum. It's a difference in how these guys are taught. This stuff is a big deal, and you can tell the Rams receivers, for example are exceptionally. Well coached about the details of were they lined up. How they release off the line of scrimmage. Oh, it's a run play. We're still going over these details because they're going to matter for a pass play. There's a lot of precision in detailed everything that all three of these offenses, do they do different things. But I think going through the different things is in the focus here. There's an attention to detail that you don't get with every team in the NFL. All right. That's that's the that's good. That's a good place to wrap on here. Give that a B as an answer. I give his average in as I give to be. Plus, I'm on do you feel like you're a little bit wanting? I mean, the saints go out of base personnel. The Rams go out of eleven in the chiefs stretch to field horizontally, those are the identities of the three very different. We could do. I'd love to do a whole show on the differences of these offenses because they are very different. It's a really good question. Who was it that acid that was that was Paul? That's all we don't know where he's from or doing is. It's the one guy named Paul. Yes. Now, I I usually just put I I don't know if people want their last names on the show, it's it's such a it's the fame gets to be too much for some people. And you know. Yeah. Start calling you Gary. I always call you gear. I won't I won't say your last name either because I don't want. I don't want people. Find me. I know. That's not right. It's not even my name. I just use a pseudonym. I do. If I have to reference my kids by name, I never give their actual names that true. I didn't name my kids. Actually, I I gave them numbers. I just call them by their. So you're joking the hallway, you know, I used to I used to when my daughter was I like getting into football and sort of becoming a sentient human being. I would I would occasionally reference her in in my column, but I would never give her correct age or her actual name. I had a pseudonym for her people. Are I understand that Holum? Yeah. Your son looks just like you by the way, a member your Christmas card from last year, which is very nice. You might not even know it was on your list. I bet you have a list growing people you've ever met or doing your wife since all the cards, and it's, but I was on your list, and your son looks just like you every. Yeah, we just give them to the post office. And they give it to literally everyone in America. Good. That's how you got. But and yet she won't tell anyone your son's name. Now. I black it out of the Christmas card just in case. I don't know. This is this is we we've had some pretty stupid reps to shows, but I feel like somewhere in the middle. Yeah. The last two have been Christmas oriented, and I kind of enjoyed the last one I would espouse we do a holiday themed ending to every show. I'm down with that. Because if people are listening at this late like I would have turned this off by now if I am a football guy, but they must really like us if they're listening this late. I bet they care what we think about things like the holidays or their cars, and they don't want to fiddle around with your phone. And now we're just torturing them because they're hoping it will go onto the next show. We'll wrap up but won't just don't. We are. We're done. We're done for now. Thanks to our researchers read foster and Brian Taylor who make sound smart. And thanks as always Shelby Royston and the guys cadence thirteen who.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Geez no not sure games six or seven that sure was six or seven i wasn't there i was covering the nba that time and so i looked it up you know how many three point shots were made in that game twenty two and brian taylor made both of them now i couldn't find how many attempts were made try to try to dave i'm not one of those people can get on you know it's an end buying stuff out like that but i i wish i knew how many would take but brian taylor the only guy in the both both teams of make any he made two that's crazy the league is chain i mean think basketball change couldn't i argue this though that you have to be more skilled today you can't have you can't have a guy who can't charles oakley there's no spot for him i mean you if you can't shoot it so it's it's demand it's what's help europeans is you have to be able to shoot you just can't be a guy that can bang on people couldn't i argue it's a more skilled game even though it is now it is but but but you're you're wrong about oh oh over the chew a nice jump shot and will you watch in a nice jump shot and he and he'd beat up people and i didn't like i didn't like the fact that there was there was so much mayhem you know back in the day when they were beaten up guys going through the hoop you know you had the bad boys you know killing jordan and you had you know lamb beer lamb beer those guys and it was violent at times it was violent it was terrible terrible but now now you know i've been doing.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Geez no not sure games six or seven that sure was six or seven i wasn't there i was covering the nba that time and so i looked it up you know how many three point shots were made in that game twenty two and brian taylor made both of them now i couldn't find how many attempts were made try to try to dave i'm not one of those people can get on you know it's an end buying stuff out like that but i i wish i knew how many would take but brian taylor the only guy in the both both teams of make any he made two that's crazy the league is chain i mean think basketball change couldn't i argue this though that you have to be more skilled today you can't have you can't have a guy who can't charles oakley there's no spot for him i mean you if you can't shoot it so it's it's demand it's what's help europeans is you have to be able to shoot you just can't be a guy that can bang on people couldn't i argue it's a more skilled game even though it is now it is but but but you're you're wrong about oh oh over the chew a nice jump shot and will you watch in a nice jump shot and he and he'd beat up people and i didn't like i didn't like the fact that there was there was so much mayhem you know back in the day when they were beaten up guys going through the hoop you know you had the bad boys you know killing jordan and you had you know lamb beer lamb beer those guys and it was violent at times it was violent it was terrible terrible but now now you know i've been doing.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"The right to character you know talking about wanting to be great playwright and exactly stuff that we've heard before i didn't think he did it very well i mean the best thing you could say about it is the short by victorious serara and he shoots it with this kind of nostalgic beauty in the films go you know it looks really fine but as ever we said before when you start looking at a film and going well it looks really find that means that something's wrong because if that looking really fine is the only thing you can concentrate on is not this it did fail it felt like a slogan and it was quite boring and disappointing can you think of any other boring too there are a couple of me he has made some dough films i mean you know there are things like magic in the moonlight which i like more than other people i absolutely hated the the one about the teacher it's night and then we can't remember ecumenical is serious medical a serious man i thought that was rubbish but you know this this it's just it felt very very not just the nostalgic periods i think he just felt very old and tired last week you mention mom and dad yes which he reviewed because it came out this week but it was previous green last week and we had a little bit time and when there was a lot of stuff coming up this week so i wanted to be able to get time to do okay well polled dougherty possibly dokic his unit it's your option apples has just head of a screening of mom and dad i was looking forward to this films had dark and twisted bit of genre fair sadly it's a bit of an odd disappointment i loved the highconcept premise and as a nice sense of threat and some gloriously wince inducing violence but i'm not sure brian taylor as usual hyper frenetic style works for the material the flashback seventy two masked the pacing of the action up and i feel that have been better off having those scenes as part of the narrative at the start than this as an argument on him and then.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Uh good my my marginal disappointment with his film was because it was directed by brian taylor who along with novelty in the other half of neville leinen taylor uh did the crank movies and so i wanted to be as crazy as the crank movies which is not but it's uh it's crazy enough to make it a nice little cult film i think that uh people of the flop minority be familiar with the plot but also summarize it it's a all of a sudden uh moms and dads across the land i have this urged to kill their children and they don't have the irs to kill like all kids just specifically their own offspring and so it's kind of a in la provocative eld yeah it's it's called being up parents yeah anyway gazza let me tell you what's been going on in my life i can't seem at a miming holding a microphone because it's sad for my tight five on fatherhood yeah so i'll in the shower and i hear and knock on the door and i think maybe at some hot day coming into view the knowing nothing about but no it's my son needs to use the body he says and i'm like day here cannot even have these small us our applause raise laws for knowing laughter and applause as the audience relates to the moment even if it's not particularly funny yeah well that's the subtext of the film i mean it's not even really the subjects it's it's pretty much the text of the movie that.

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"brian taylor" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"brian taylor" Discussed on Filmspotting

"The film is by sanderson will make his list or from pigs assault charges may well you get the gest but be handed message israeliarmed his same time in back demands on film spa so this might go down as one of the funnier films of 2018 adam mom and dad written and directed by brian taylor he's had a couple of films out now i think jason state them's crank was his debut this is it's okay it's not the first satire on what you probably caller kid first era of parenting you know where where we as parents are molding our lives around our children rather than the other way around which i think is how we were raised there have been other movies that have poked fun of that this is the darkest satire that i've seen on that phenomenon basically and this isn't giving too much away it's pretty much the promise from the start though taylor teases is it a little bit and fund ways it set in this affluent suburban community where parents are suddenly inexplicably overcome with the urge to kill their own offspring and yeah that sounds horrible it is by the movie commits to its extreme com point of view on this and makes it clear that it's it's spoofing it's like the inverse of what some of blair plays the mother and she tells her surly team daughter at one point uh it's just for me you in josh her little brother are everything and so we know the movies just sending out to skewer that and it does it gora lee gleefully and it also has nicholas cage as the dad i haven't mentioned that yet.

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