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"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

"A bank we agree rob Stallworth WTOP traffic and now with your storm team four forty four cast here's Matt return in Erica we're still dealing with what's left of the low pressure system the storm system that brought us the heavy rain two nights ago we're gonna stay mostly cloudy for the rest of the afternoon lot of low level of clouds out there brisk season be chilly temperatures highs most of us in the upper forties couple spots here they're getting into the low fifties then overnight tonight the clouds will break up mostly clear cold those to be in the upper twenties to the lower thirties tomorrow Monday partly sunny because a lot of high level clouds as opposed to today this will be blowing off the storm system that'll be moving across the southeast U. S. it'll be brisk unseasonably chilly again with highs in the upper forties to low fifties and Tuesday and Wednesday both partly to mostly sunny quiet weather pattern setting up for most of this week honestly highs will be in the upper forties lower fifties both days it's forty four degrees right now in Ashburn forty seven and what worth it is forty three here in French bites and it is two fifty one Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's a chief political rival says he will meet with president Donald Trump at the White House this week Benny Gantz says he's game to talk with the president about the White House as long awaited peace plan over the weekend dances camp started leaking he would likely declined the offer because Netanyahu might use the meeting as a political ploy the two leaders remain deadlocked after two inconclusive elections in twenty nineteen Gants will meet with president trump privately tomorrow a searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist of mall because shogi made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals a dissident was one of the most high profile documentaries at that festival the film dramatically details a plot to kill because shogi and analyzes Saudi Arabia's crackdown on free speech the film's end credits include a list of corporations with business ties to Saudi Arabia the United States is also criticize or scrutinize rather for its close ties with the kingdom at any given time there roughly six thousand people detained as they await trial in Maryland now comes a push to help those people vote ahead of the elections a proposed bill would help them get access those individuals who are sitting behind bars are mothers.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

"Jeff Basil's we're learning that Basil's his girlfriend apparently shared compromising text messages that were later published in the national Enquirer Amazon founder in Washington post owner Jeff Bezos's extramarital affair is back in the spotlight federal prosecutors have reportedly obtained evidence tying leaked text messages from Basil's to his girlfriend's brother according to the Wall Street journal the evidence shows Basil's his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez said her brother Michael Sanchez a shirtless picture of bass solos and a flirtatious message from him that was CBS news correspondent Danya Bacchus well it comes just days after you and report says Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman may have been involved in hacking Basil's his phone a searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal to show the made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals a dissident was one of the most high profile documentaries act that festival the film dramatically details a plot to kill because show be and analyzes Saudi Arabia's crackdown on free speech the film's end credits include a list of corporations with business ties to Saudi Arabia the United States is also scrutinized for its close ties with the kingdom at any given time there are roughly six thousand people detained as they await trial in Maryland now comes a push to help those people vote just ahead of elections a proposed bill would help them get access to voting ahead of the election those individuals who are sitting behind bars are mothers their fathers they are individuals who have a stake in the community around them executive director of the organization life after release Kiana Johnson couldn't vote when she was in jail for the last presidential election now alongside the American civil liberties union she's working to help detained and incarcerated eligible voters get access to ballot and education on their right a lot of them don't know they have the option to vote in Maryland those detained can vote if they have not yet been convicted of a crime if incarcerated they can vote from prison if they have a misdemeanor sentence this is the bills third time being introduced Valerie bunk WTOP news just ahead in sports Maryland men and women are getting ready to play at the top of the hour then after traffic and weather businesses are trying to meet the demand for a certain kind of fish it's twelve forty four at.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

"Hit and killed nineteen year old Harry done with her car last August well he was riding a motorcycle W. T. O. P. national security correspondent JJ green says the state department's decision is based on president state department spokesperson tells W. T. O. P. in a statement at the time the accident occurred in for the duration of our stay in the UK the U. S. citizen driver in this case had immunity from criminal jurisdiction and they're saying essentially the U. S. is not going to extradite answer calls to the UK because it would undermine the principle of diplomatic community the call is this has been worked as an intelligence officer in the U. K. the crash happened outside of the building where he worked college is expensive but it eventually pays off in higher earnings that's the finding of a study by Georgetown university's center on education and the workforce the center's director Tony Kahn of Ali says college grads benefit from study in their particular major plus the knowledge gained from a liberal arts education after a decade the value of the combination of specific and general learning begins to outperform the more specific kinds of learning the study ranks forty five hundred colleges and universities by their return on investment it concludes that even students from small colleges fare nearly as well as students from very large research based universities Dick you only on WTOP news using drones to deliver packages is becoming more routine for people who live near the Virginia Tech campus there parted with fed ex Walgreen's in a global company have sugar magnolia so the delivering small packages that are less than about three and a half pounds commercial deliveries to the public have been under way since last October wind is the name of the company and they are busted the sister company of of Google and they're doing deliveries to the greater Christiansburg area mark blanks rex Virginia tech's mid Atlantic aviation partnership that's an FAA designated test site for drones the FAA last year issued its first ever air carrier certificates of them how to train the pilots how they operate their good how they maintain that if they approve all those details a big next step blank says Kristy king WTOP news the sixty second Grammy awards will air tonight on C. B. S. but there's a cloud hanging over the show it all has to do with the recording academy which runs the Grammys it's in the midst of turmoil the head of the academy Deborah Dugan has been ousted accused of misconduct she is now making claims of sexual harassment and suggesting that some of the Grammy nominations are rigged Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles the documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi it debuted at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals the descent features a detailed investigation into the Saudi Arabia regime claims from the you and that the phone of Amazon billionaire Jeff bass does was hacked by malicious files sent from the what sap account of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin so much focus says he hopes the film will make the government and business leaders reassess their relationship with Saudi Arabia just add in money news the big Boeing buyer wants the playmaker to drop the Max name it's eleven fifty four.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

"Make its forty two degrees in Frederick Maryland it's thirty nine in Manassas and forty six right now in Washington at ten fifty one Iran says it's open to negotiations with the U. S. even after an American drone strike killed a top Iranian general but Iran says it wants sanctions removed first president trump quickly shot back on Twitter saying no thanks if the talks are predicated on removing sanctions Iran's foreign minister had told Der Spiegel the trump administration can correct it's past lift the sanctions and come back to the negotiating table a searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi made its anticipated debut at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals the dissident was one of the most high profile documentaries at the Utah festival the film dramatically details the plot to kill Khashoggi and analyzes Saudi Arabia's crackdown on free speech the film's end credits include a list of corporations with business ties to Saudi Arabia the United States to is scrutinized for its close alliance with the kingdom police have identified the victim of a deadly shooting in Frederick Maryland forty two year old Olin mark of Frederick was found shot Friday night near the west all sing street near west all seen street in south bend St investigators believe the shooting may have stemmed from a dispute and was not random several witnesses reported seeing two potential suspects running from the area police are asking anyone who may have security camera footage from that area to come forward the sixty second annual Grammy awards are tonight old town road by little nice and spent seventeen weeks at number one breaking the record of one sweet day index the seat but while it was the song of summer it.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good morning I'm Tania Hanson three things to know any forty five one health officials in Orange County California confirm a third U. S. case of the corona virus to a student at Wesleyan University in Connecticut is in isolation and being monitored for potential corona virus three the deaths of a Jersey city mother and her newborn are being investigated as homicides just days after you and report said Saudi crown prince of Muhammad did been sol mon may have been involved in hacking Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is phone the Wall Street journal is reporting that prosecutors believe base so says girlfriend Lauren Sanchez center brother text messages about her relationship with bays those messages that were later published in the national Enquirer CBS's Danya Bacchus house more the Wall Street journal's report comes on the heels of speculation that Saudi Arabia may have played a role in the leak according to an investigation commissioned by Basil's in MP four video files sent from a what's up account used by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Solomon inflected Basil's his phone and caused a massive and unprecedented exfiltration of data the Saudi government said the allegation that the crown prince hack pesos his phone was absurd and called for an investigation a searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist multi shogi has debuted at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals the dissident is one of the most high profile documentaries at the Park City festival a new documentary premiering at Sundance uses a sophisticated software program to digitally replace the faces of its anonymous sources to protect their identities the film welcome to Chechnya is about an underground pipeline created to rescue LGBT Q. Chechens from the Russian government which has for several years waged a crackdown on gay people W. CBS news time eight forty eight traffic.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

"X. rays lab tests and prescription drugs twenty DC metro area medical centers it's eight forty one Iran says it is open to negotiations with the U. S. even after an American drone strike that killed a top Iranian general Iran says it wants sanctions removed first president trump quickly shot back on Twitter saying no thanks if the talks are predicated on removing sanctions Iran's foreign minister had told their Spiegel the trump administration can correct it's past lift the sanctions and come back back to the negotiating table there's been growing tension between Washington and Tehran since twenty eighteen when president trump pulled the U. S. out of the nuclear deal with Iran the US has since re imposed tough sanctions that have crippled Iran's economy a searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi made its anticipated debut at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals the dissident was one of the most high profile documentaries at the Utah festival the film dramatically details the plot to kill Khashoggi and analyzes Saudi Arabia's crackdown on free speech the film's end credits include a list of corporations with business ties to Saudi Arabia the US two is scrutinized for its close alliance with the kingdom including a twenty nineteen arms deal allowed to go forward after president trump vetoed a bill intended to block the sale there are new developments as part of a probing sampling whether a publisher tried to extort Amazon chief Jeff Bezos we're learning the Basil's his girlfriend apparently shared compromising texts which were later published in the national Enquirer Amazon founder in Washington post owner Jeff bass doses extramarital affair is back in the spotlight federal prosecutors have reportedly obtained evidence tying leaked text messages from Basil's to his girlfriend's brother according to the Wall Street journal the evidence shows Basil's his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez said her brother Michael Sanchez a shirtless picture of Basil's in a flirtatious message from him CBS news correspondent Dana Bacchus it comes just days after a U. N. reports said Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Selmon may have been involved in hacking bays owes his phone police have identified the victim of a deadly shooting in Frederick Maryland forty two year old Olin mark of Frederick was found shot Friday night near west All Saints street in south bend St investigators believe the shooting may have stemmed from a dispute and was not random several witnesses reported seeing two potential suspects running from the area police are asking anyone who may have security camera footage from the area to come forward the sixty second annual Grammy awards are tonight so which of your favorite music artists will triumph old town road by little nice and spent seventeen weeks at number one breaking the record of one sweet day intestacy but while it was the song of summer.

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Khashoggi documentary 'The Dissident' lands at Sundance

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00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Khashoggi documentary 'The Dissident' lands at Sundance

"A searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi made its anticipated debut at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals the dissident was one of the most high profile documentaries at the Utah festival the film dramatically details the plot to kill Khashoggi and analyzes Saudi Arabia's crackdown on free speech the film's end credits include a list of corporations with business ties to Saudi Arabia the US two is scrutinized for its close alliance with the kingdom including a twenty nineteen arms deal allowed to go forward after president trump vetoed a bill intended to block the

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"brian vocals" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Hanson three things you know at five forty five one health officials in Orange County California confirm a third US case of the corona virus to a student at Wesleyan University in Connecticut is in isolation and being monitored for potential corona virus three the deaths of a Jersey city mother and her newborn are being investigated as homicides just days after you and report said Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin sol mon may have been involved in hacking Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos phone the Wall Street journal is reporting that prosecutors believe base so says girlfriend Lauren Sanchez sent her brother texts about her relationship with bass those messages that were later published in the national Enquirer CBS news correspondent Danya Bacchus has more on the story the Wall Street journal's report comes on the heels of speculation that Saudi Arabia may have played a role in the leak according to an investigation commissioned by Basil's in MP four video files sent from a what's up account used by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Solomon infected Basil's his phone and caused a massive and unprecedented exfiltration of data the Saudi government said the allegation that the crown prince hacked to base those phone was absurd and called for an investigation that's hearing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal to show he has debuted at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals the dissident is one of the most high profile documentaries at the Park City festival the film includes the you and report on the hacking of pesos phone a new generation of the Boeing triple seven X. took off on its maiden flight yesterday reporter Ryan Simmons has reaction from the pilot and co pilot feared Boeing field the only thing more exhilarating than seeing history happen was to be two people who made it happen.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on WTOP

"Saturday evening to all of you our skies will start to gradually clear during the overnight as clouds will dissipate as rain showers have now moved to the east out of our viewing and listening area temperatures for the evening not too bad they're dropping now down to the low thirties inside the beltway upper twenties to our northern and western suburbs so for your Sunday morning you'll be waking up to sunshine sunrise at seven nineteen and a sunny Sunday across the board temperatures will be in the mid to upper forties still above our average of forty four degrees with a westerly breeze at about ten miles per hour back to work back to school Monday Tuesday and Wednesday thank the next several days into next week temperatures will be above average ties mid to upper forties and low temperatures in the low thirties temptress outside right now include Fort Washington at thirty nine degrees temple hills forty degrees also in prince George's county Suitland coming in at forty two degrees thanks clay and it's forty four degrees right here in friendship heights brought to you by new look home design get a free three D. rendering so you can see your roof before it's done new look home design dot com it's a twenty one a searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal because shogi has debuted at the Sundance Film Festival unveiling a detailed investigation into the Saudi Arabian regime and the companies and governments that do business with it Brian vocals the dissident is one of the most high profile documentaries at the Park City festival the film features the explosive conclusion of United Nations human rights investigators that the phone of the Amazon billionaire Jeff Basil's was.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Six point five W. D. B. O. Orlando's news and talk yeah but robin show Jerry Markley David van camp there's got Robbins alone among the president's would of reacted much differently than I reacted you're very lucky I was the president during this scam it was trouble while back talking about gold the Russia hoax and today with the IG report David you're learning more and more and just going through the information as you're getting it all right yeah so the inspector general I'm reading through this right now the inspector general report this is about the early days of the Russian investigation crossfire hurricane is what the operation was called how the FBI started spying on trump associates this is out in the report shows just a very basic topline results here the report shows that they could not prove that there was bias in going after trump however within the FBI there were a ton of inconsistencies and some problems with the way in which they wound up getting FISA warrants to well spy on trump associates the short version is this basically the FBI relied on Christopher steal the golden showers dossier guy to start at all even though nothing had been corroborated that even asking who paid him to get the information that he had it in the fall of twenty sixteen after Christopher steel was supposed to be taken out of the equation the F. B. I. kept going to him for information okay that just getting information that you want yes not verifying so they're talking yeah we can't prove bias right there to prove these guys are you know grade school hacks at their job at the least if it's not verified man oh man go ahead we're talking about faulty information lies missions all of that allowed investigators to get a total of four FISA warrants to spy on the trump campaign no one told any of the higher ups about it until June of twenty seventeen that they were working on incomplete or unreliable information which is what rogue they also omitted information for persons who said Christopher steel had a lack of self awareness and while he never had a history of reporting in bad faith but quote demonstrates a lack of self awareness and poor judgment so you wouldn't check it out after you know that thank you feel like that there is there is an element here everybody wanted to become famous they want to be the one responsible person guiding who brought down the presidency it's possible I mean I think we still live in a world I mean with these other knuckle heads Nadler and **** for that whole bunch what if somebody wants to be that person responsible for bringing down the presidency well especially when you think about Peter struck and his girlfriend and those text exchanges it was we can't let this happen we can't let this guy be president my gosh right it's sort of like that mentality but they had this crusader mentality that they were act they were going to be the ones to set set thing and make things right again that's the way you see it David yeah I think so no I love it's crazy I love some of the reaction from this because again this doesn't this doesn't mean the whole thing had zero basis according to the inspector general that there were reasons to be suspicious but they are calling out FBI investigators for some of the information they were using in order to get what they needed to get which would be the size of words now I know you love this guy the joint statement from Jerry Nadler says the IG report quote debunks the conspiracy theories about the Muller report and the Russia investigation that Republicans have pushed for years no no it doesn't I don't know what where you come away with that in the that unless you're just looking for a headline that says that I mean nobody believes he's come on just take this take this piece from the inspector general report that so many basic and fundamental errors were made by three separate hand picked teams on one of the most sensitive FBI investigations that was brief to the highest levels within the FBI and that FBI officials expected would eventually be subjected to close scrutiny raise significant questions regarding the F. B. I. chain of commands management and supervision of the FISA process yeah how do you explain that well you know something happened but somehow it just doesn't happen but it's just been debunked yeah it's just you know no idea what happened you know mistakes view of a may it just it's one of those things where human drop the ball all right more that a little bit later maybe heard story rushes it banned from the Tokyo Olympics and other major sports with for years wow dopey eight I don't know if you guys follow this is that much as far as Olympic doping stories I'll be honest I don't but I saw a documentary awhile back that was John dropping but because I'm watching this documentary a couple times of saying my wife most look at this yeah this is crazy yeah yeah they they got caught then for the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympics and other sporting events drug tests tampering they also risk being stripped of its hosting duties for world championships and Olympic sports blah blah blah the Russian athletes will be allowed to compete in major sports events only if they are not implicated in positive doping test or if their dad it was not manipulated okay so what does that mean there's always Weigle roommate scenes of the stories well you saw Helga by the pool being interviewed afterwards yes I've been a very good rates I felt really good with my women's competition thank and I don't know if this is still on a Netflix or Amazon prime or something it was a documentary called the Icarus anybody see it I now am I about to be that guy says you really need to see this documentary no I'm interested though what it what is it well the synopsis is kind of like this there's this dude named Brian vocal and he wants to do this sort of exploration of sports doping and he's is I remember a bit of an athlete himself so he gets a hold of this Russian scientist Gregory Rajin cough read a plan for him to take banned performance enhancing drugs in a way that would evade detection because he is a part of Russia's state sponsored Olympic doping program so she knows the rules right and he knows what you can do to fly under the radar of the test and then allegations starts come out in the international media over the possible existence of this program and now the documentary maker realizes that Gregory is in danger of being silenced by the Russian government and he has to fly him to LA for his protection yes leave his family and so because of his knowledge of the doping program they go to the US department of justice and the New York times telling the story another were say if something happens to this guy you're gonna know why because he's got all this stuff and he was hired to ramp up the operation after the rushes team had a terrible performance in two thousand ten like we can't have that happen in two thousand fourteen in Sochi we got a win and so she was this Gregory guy was at the front of making sure that they could bypass test and so then they just showed how they did it to him in his team switch steroid tainted urine of the Russian national team with clean samples any of the spreadsheets that this the emails all this incriminating evidence of Russian involvement and that forced the world anti doping agency and the international Olympic committee to investigate and that's just swapping urine out that's it but you did it at like three thirty in the morning because they had guards at these different places and you had to be on the inside to bring in the clean samples it was amazing how they day wait till sergeant shoals using its not by him out this well what's going on here what if you're just a fan you see you be like there's no way you can cheat tester twice there's always ways so I can't help but think about today one idea Abbasi that news meanwhile we have scientists working on creating virus immune people oh god I saw this on sixty minutes last night now what could go wrong here G. they're gonna Breanna mastodons of stuff right yeah yeah early part of the report yeah our command we're talking about George church he's a geneticist at Harvard his team has already done some incredible things they took his skin cells turn them into stem cells and turn those into brain cells it by manipulating the stuff he's hoping to eliminate viruses all together here is part of the report we have a strategy by which we can make any cell or any organism resistant all of ours is for changing the genetic code same chains that code enough you now get something this resistant all viruses including viruses you nurture trust for because the viruses don't recognize it anymore they expect a certain code provided by the host of they replicate a virus would have to change so many parts of this DNA or RNA saluted the it can't change them all at once and so it's not only dead but is it can't mutate to a new place for a concert by the new host holy smokes Larry want I mean it sounds great it only would be great to not have viruses anymore I know it does but I know we don't even know what else is lurking out there well that's the thing there that's the thing you don't like that's what I worry about I mean they're they're doing the stuff on in mice in monkeys it may I can pay examined to like all you don't know all the other consequences involved right to go by the way there's a form of aids the airborne that we currently been immune to put this guy just open this up to an awesome and do it yes and he's also developing a dating app where you get matched up with people based on your genetic code so you will likely pass along inherited diseases and what not to get super babies we ask the interviewer Scott Pelley asked him whether or not he was playing god was playing injured there man injured in humans of and playing into there since the dawn of time the point is some people believe that you're mucking about in things that shouldn't be destroyer I completely agree that we need the very cost us and the more powerful for more rapidly moving technology more cost us we need to be the bigger the conversation with all the offices of different disciplines if somebody had sequenced your genome some years ago you might not have made the grade in some way I mean that's true I would hope the society sees what I'm doing it yeah meaning that person if we have children may be would that be good at the get go to just know that may be then again you don't know what other what other Pandora's box your opening my you know that I'm I'm saying just based on that information along it's scary stuff could be I'm telling you if you were just based on that and you're thinking about asking this person out but then you know what the DNA is so again if I want to have children then yes it would come in to affect yeah okay but did you guys start having super babies what was that means okay they'll be although be flawless your DNA code will match up with somebody else's will be no chance of any flaws and the child will be born in what are you dying for a kid with a ton of laws known for I've had mono I should say that the governor has if you buy a lot of very much but no I don't I don't want I decided to these interesting conversation the danger of all this yeah right well I think the thing is is that there are things like viruses and things like diseases as horrible as they can be a lot of times they exist for a reason yeah and it's you know in some cases in extreme cases it's about keeping populations intact or in in a check I mean there's a whole Lotta stuff that we just don't understand about why the world works the way it works and if you just take away all of it then what does that do when you have a population that doesn't age how does that work while you're still having babies yeah just sends though on what your world view is you know if you believe in the afterlife it's completely different than if you're like this is it and if it's this is it shoot I want to live as long as possible with as little flaws as possible but then you think what happens on down the road when you have you know.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Famous K. rock and this is the Kevin and bean show time to get up on that but up on something that I think you should know about something that I think is not yet hit mainstream something that I think is so brand new that you haven't even heard about I'd say ninety percent of the time I haven't heard yeah I know your get up on this add to that percentage because I know with too much TV there is no way you know this exists okay and I'm so happy to bring it to you back in two thousand seventeen a new show popped up on Netflix that had very low expectations especially for me okay it was called the toys that made us never heard and it was a docu series created by comedian named Brian vocal wise that was supposed to document and at the same time take an entertaining look very humorous look at the toys that shaped us from the eighties okay now usually mainstream media that revolves around the stage like that is corny and it's not really something that you learn anything from like it's like masters of the universe's from Mattel right right who cares but to everyone's surprise this show was really great and and had a lot of sort of inside behind the scenes stories and interviews and you learned a lot from it it had a bit of a VH one I love the eighties type of edit to it the graphics are very much time appropriate and they got great guests for interviews and and I loved it the first eight episodes focused on these shows are these toys sorry Star Wars transformers hello Kitty lego he man Barbie GI Joe one Sir track and they just give you cancer chief Keef listen they're probably coming okay okay that is sort of a get a bond so in this case you're getting almost like one and a half okay all right so eight episodes from a couple years ago but then two weeks ago new season okay of the show dropped teenager ninja turtles Power Rangers my little pony and wrestling toys all right all right so that's almost another get a bond yeah so it's a full one okay not even my real good upon what real good upon is his newish show Brian's Netflix spin off docu series the movies that made us okay I love that he's taking the same exact formula and style but instead of toys focused on the movies of our childhood that deserve a deeper dive the first four episodes that are now all streamable on Netflix are home alone Die Hard Ghostbusters wow and dirty dancing Kelly wow pocket now here's the thing you watch these and you assume you know enough about home alone OR Die Hard you learn all new things dirty dancing was shockingly to me the most entertaining let's listen to a small clip from the episode.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"I think you should know about something that I think is not yet hit mainstream something that I think is so brand new that you haven't even heard about I'd say ninety percent of the time I haven't heard yeah I know your get up on this add to that percentage because I know with too much TV there is no way you know this exists okay and I'm so happy to bring it to you back in two thousand seventeen a new show popped up on Netflix that had very low expectations especially for me okay it was called the toys that made us never heard and it was a docu series created by comedian named Brian vocal wise that was supposed to document and at the same time take an entertaining look very humorous look at the toys that shaped us from the eighties okay now usually mainstream media that revolves around the stage like that is corny and it's not really something that you learn anything from like it's like masters of the universe's from Mattel right right right who cares but to everyone's surprise this show was really great and and had a lot of sort of inside behind the scenes stories and interviews and you learned a lot from it it had a bit of a VH one I love the eighties type of edit to it the graphics are very much time appropriate and they got great guests for interviews and and I loved it the first eight episodes focused on these shows are these toys sorry Star Wars transformers hello Kitty lego he man Barbie GI Joe in Star Trek and they just give you cancer chief Keef listen they're probably coming okay okay that is sort of a get up on so in this case you're getting almost like one and a half okay all right so eight episodes from a couple years ago but then two weeks ago new season okay of the show dropped teenager ninja turtles Power Rangers my little pony and wrestling toys all right all right so that's almost another get a bond yeah so it's a full one okay not even my real good upon what real good upon is his newish show Brian's Netflix spin off docu series the movies that made us okay I love that he's taken the same exact formula and style but instead of toys focused on the movies of our childhood that deserve a deeper dive the first four episodes are now all streamable on Netflix are home alone Die Hard Ghostbusters wow and dirty dancing holy wow pocket now here's the thing you watch these and you assume you know enough about home alone OR Die Hard you learn all new things dirty dancing was shockingly to me the most entertaining let's listen to a small clip from the episode.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"I think you should know about something that I think is not yet hit mainstream something that I think is so brand new that you haven't even heard about I'd say ninety percent of the time I haven't heard yeah I know your get up on this add to that percentage because I know with too much TV there is no way you know this exists okay and I'm so happy to bring it to you back in two thousand seventeen a new show popped up on Netflix that had very low expectations especially for me okay it was called the toys that made us never heard any was a docu series created by comedian named Brian vocal wise that was supposed to document and at the same time take an entertaining look very humorous look at the toys that shaped us from the eighties okay now usually mainstream media that revolves around the stage like that is corny and it's not really something that you learn anything from like it's like masters of the universe's from Mattel right right who cares but to everyone's surprise this show was really great and and had a lot of sort of inside behind the scenes stories and interviews and you learned a lot from it it had a bit of a VH one I love the eighties type of edit to it the graphics are very much time appropriate and they got great guests for interviews and and and I loved it the first eight episodes focused on these shows are these toys sorry Star Wars transformers hello Kitty lego he man Barbie GI Joe in Star Trek and they just give you cancer chief Keef listen they're probably coming okay okay that is sort of a get a bond so in this case you're getting almost like one and a half okay all right so eight episodes from a couple years ago but then two weeks ago new season okay of the show dropped teenager ninja turtles Power Rangers my little pony and wrestling toys all right all right so that's almost another get a bond yeah so it's a full one okay not even my real good upon what real good upon is his newish show Brian's Netflix spin off docu series the movies that made us okay I love that he's taking the same exact formula and style but instead of toys focused on the movies of our childhood that deserve a deeper dive the first four episodes are now all streamable on Netflix are home alone Die Hard Ghostbusters loud and dirty dancing holy wow pocket now here's the thing you watch these and you assume you know enough about home alone OR Die Hard you learn all new things dirty dancing was shockingly to me the most entertaining let's listen to a small clip from the episode.

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"brian vocals" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This is a very big opportunity for me a very big blessing there are more than fourteen hundred teacher vacancies in Arizona this year the state ranks forty fifth out of fifty when it comes to teacher salaries meantime the average public school teacher in America make sixty thousand dollars a year in Tucson its forty two grand W. W. J. news time eleven thirty three the mother of that four year old boy mauled to death by a could pull yesterday night in hazel park has now been released from the hospital he's a park police chief Brian vocal says thirty eight year old brandy Holtermann receiving twenty stitches in her hands after injury sustained when she was trying in vain to save Ben Cobb from the dogs attack Google says the family had only taken in that dog twenty four hours ago trying to help out a friend in need turns out the dog was not registered in hazel park as required as for whether there will be any charges against the owner turned a district on the the history of where the dogs downward state who also is or anyone else that swatch this dog that kind of thing I counsel was brought in today to help out the fire fighters and officers who were on scene last night many gathering this evening with heavy hearts insider Grosse Pointe church all for a prayer service for the family lost two sons this week in a house fire here's newsradio nine fifty Stephanie Davis she was on hand many young people gathered here at Saint Paul on the lake Catholic Church as well with their parents for this prayer service following the deaths of Logan and breaks Connelly the father Walter Connelly spoke thanking the community for their support and acknowledging his son's schools and hockey and soccer teams and asking this community to continue to pray for their family as they mourn this mom attending a prayer service with her eight year old daughter Madeline who knew the youngest son Logan yeah it's just devastating just awful just.

"brian vocals" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Auto workers have a tentative deal in place WWJ auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert with more the tentative deal at Ford will likely have many of the same economic features of the GM agreement tailored for the specific needs of Ford the brief period of negotiations shows are wasn't likely a lot of change made the way W. forty council likely to give this their blessing ratification however is by no means assured as four years ago the voted Ford was very close Jeff Gilbert WWJ newsradio nine fifty meantime according to various sources fiat Chrysler is planning to merge with PSA group the maker of Peugeot an official announcement is expected tomorrow W. W. J. auto analyst John McElroy says such a merger makes sense to keep costs down you're seeing all kinds of mergers and joint ventures going on simply because the way to success is with as much volume sell as many cars as you can so that you can amortize the cost the cost of that too willing and bargain much better with suppliers on a global basis and don't be too surprised if we show ends up back on American roads smack races the company left the US market nearly thirty years ago and has been interested in returning as for jobs McElroy says engineering in white collar could be seeing some cuts but factory jobs are less likely to be affected by the F. C. A. P. S. a merger W. W. J. news time eleven oh five a trade man now sentenced to life behind bars for killing into traits popular warehouse district here's newsradio nine fifty Sandra McNeil this was a case where it was a cold blooded murder in broad daylight near downtown Detroit and that's pretty shocking that's US attorney Matthew Snyder who says Andre wants and it was actually hit man was higher by two associates of the victim Devon Wallace he says they were all part of a gang that sold drugs to customers then stole their drug customers ID's and use them to buy high ticket items in order says the two men got greedy they wanted Wallace bumped off so they could take a share of its profits those two men are still awaiting sentencing Sandra McNeil WWJ newsradio nine fifty the mother of that four year old boy mauled to death by a pit bull this some more this year yesterday evening in hazel park has not been released from the hospital is a park police chief Brian vocal says thirty eight year old brandy Holtermann receiving twenty stitches in her hands this for injuries sustained as she was trying in vain to save bin ka'b from that dogs attack Google says the family had only taken in that dog less than twenty four hours before hand trying just to help out a friend turns out the dog was not registered in hazel park as required as for whether there will be any charges against the owner turned a district on the the history of where the dogs downward state who also is or anyone else that swatch this dog that kind of thing the council was brought in to help out the fire fighters and officers who were on scene last night police arrested a man who took off from a traffic stop in a loaner car hitting the trooper who stopped him it happened yesterday in Detroit Michigan state police troopers stopping the four door Audi for more sort to some sort of traffic violation well he was speaking to the driver with the driver's door opened that driver suddenly sped off hitting the troopers leg with the door detectives found that car it was a loner from a local car dealership the MSP fugitive team camping out at the dealership and waiting for the man to return the vehicle when the suspect arrived he was picked up and taken into custody the site of the old and long delayed jail project in Detroit it's being transformed now into what's being described as a tech hub by the university of Michigan a lot of excitement here on the side of the field Wayne County jail project on grass **** as details of a new three hundred million dollar Detroit center for innovation announced university of Michigan president mark slash shell the opportunity to.

"brian vocals" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Gathering with heavy hearts tonight instead of Grosse Pointe church for a prayer service for the family lost two sons this week in a house fire W. WJZ funny Davis was there many young people gathered here at Saint Paul on the lake Catholic Church as well with their parents for this prayer service following the deaths of Logan and breaks Connelly the father Walter Connelly spoke thanking the community for their support and acknowledging his son's schools and hockey and soccer teams and asking this community to continue to pray for their family as they mourn this mom attending a prayer service with her eight year old daughter Madeline who knew the youngest son Logan yeah it's just devastating just awful just I just feel for the parents and that's I keep thinking about are the parents and what they're going through right now in Grosse Pointe Stephanie Davis W. W. Jane newsradio nine fifty meantime a mother of four year old boy that was mauled to death by a couple of all yesterday evening and hazel park has now been released from the hospital he's park police chief Brian vocals says thirty eight year old brandy Holtermann receiving twenty stitches in her hands this from injuries after she was trying to save her boy Ben Cobb from that dogs attack local says the family had only taken that dog in less than twenty four hours before hand trying to help out a friend in need turns out the dog was not registered in hazel park as required as for whether or not charges will be brought against certain turned the district down the the history of where the dogs downward state who also is or anyone else that's watch this dog that kind of thing I counselor has been brought in to help out the firefighters and officers were on scene last night a group of local men have now been costs after a fraud ring turned into a murder for hire scheme thirty year old Devon Wallace was shot and killed back in twenty fifteen on the east side prosecutors say he was part of a crime enterprise that turned on him the other members ordered a hits and the hit man thirty three year old Andrea Watson has been charged with pulling the trigger he shot Wallace who was from Nova outside they say gastro pub twelve times this at close range nine bullets hitting his body six in the head Wallace died on scene in an effort to mislead investigators the others told police that Wallace was killed for cooperating with the D. E. A. in a separate drug investigation Watson was given a life sentence plus ten years in federal prison just ahead on W. W. J..

"brian vocals" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"TOTO dot com. Follow him on Twitter at Hollywood in Tokyo. And then you also finding I mean I've seen articles by you this week on newsbusters. Complete Colorado, jelly collar and the daily caller. Yes. Actually, I haven't seen the daily. I didn't see the daily wire story catch up come on shimmy Christmas. Well, I'm everywhere. I see him was because you signal to me an envelope. Fedex shows up. Christians written the story to Brown. You're hiding in the house. Oh. Oh. Like getting a letter from the IRS don't again, no way. Trying to spread my grandfather. And what you're doing a damn good job. I would say on exhaust. You are. I am this is this week. I'm exhaust or. Because I know I think we can talk about it. You excellent thing has been published by you actually asked me some questions that you're doing. I was like, wow. Christian interviewed me for a story. Which is also said to me. Well, he's really. Yeah. I told you I was. Right. So what's the next door? You got for me. Well, I think this is a natural transition from our last conversation about Kevin Hart, and the Oscars and all sort of the speech police. Well, there's a comedian and a writer. He's on Senate lives live Patel. I don't know him at all. I think this whole I get you know, he was invited to the Asian American coalition at Columbia University. So I'm going to guess he's an Indian American just based on his name the photograph. Yeah. I think he's looking at the photograph of making the sterile stereotype judgment. I would say yes, he looks like maybe an Indian American. Yeah. So he was asked to appear at the college and give a comedy performance. He's a comedian. He's funny guy. So he was he's a comedian. Yeah. He was invited to a college campus to do a comedy show to be to be the funny to be the funny. So there's a story here. I know it's crazy, right? I mean, even if he's not the funny, then I think, that's okay. And and okay, actually, I misspoke. So you have an indian-american who's the comic invited to a college campus to do comedy? Yeah. Man. I can see like four things going wrong. They're crazy. If you said that like ten years ago, you thought I was crazy. So by now, you're completely Sadlier complete. Sadly, sadly, you have made me woke. Yeah. So during the conversation during the stand he I'm going to approximate the joke because you don't the joke itself is nothing offensive. Okay. Engineering, and you make sure we get this tape because Christians about to try to repeat a joke, and you know, this in and of itself is going to be a joke faster. He was talking about being gay and being black. And he said that it's not a choice indian-american because you these black say someone someone in person. Be ball could have some day and black. Said well, you know, why would you if you were black? Why would you be gay as anything, but a choice because you already facing stereotypes and bigotry as a black person then you on top of that. If you're gay you might face more discrimination. And that was the essence of the comment. We think about it. It is kind of funny. I mean, it's an observation cultural forces the people who were black gay naturally less than it used to be. But still exists into his point is if his kind of punchline was like really like why would you do? Silence. Now. It's okay. Not every joke works crowd. He's he's told this joke before, you know, young mixed race people, and they laughed this time. I thought he I guess he thought it was a slam dunk. They didn't laugh, but they didn't just not laugh. They came up and said, okay, we'd like you to leave states. No. Yeah. During while he's doing his gig time's up young. If the put the came out and pull him off. I don't know if it was an actual cane or they just they just said, Mr. Patel your time. Cut this short. I actually walked up to him. Gordon would happen. You mean based on what I read in the middle of his? Routine wrap it up you're done. Her done 'cause you're done. So what would drew my attention is? Obviously the stories crazy. But then he wrote an op Ed about the experience. I think was in your times verse what I'm looking. Yeah. I read about you just pulled it up, and he gets a lot of things. Right. And he gets a lot of things wrong. I wanted to talk about the two because one of the things I wrote this down. He said you can't affect change if you're not challenged. Meaning that if he's telling jokes. Challenge Royal, you can't accept it. Think about it process. It even going into direction unless you accept it takes a process and not just people off the stage. He also wanted to kind of dismiss the fact that a lot of people didn't like the fact that he was kicked off and he actually got support later bird. Hey, I'm so sorry, you left. I'm so sorry. Support you always messages, you know, not every liberal not every twentysomething college kid is a snowflake. And again, I do get that. But what he's missing in the store, which I don't think he touches on. And they've got the power may have microscopic voices on the the greater scheme. But they'll chase a Kevin Hart out of the Oscars and they'll chase other people out of their they're given professions, and they chased him off the stage. So you could say well, not everyone is so and so when I agree with that on paper, but they got the power and he's off the stage, and they very well could have been the vocal minority. Brian vocal minority is the one that ruled the roost in this race, by the way, pull the story up. Here's what he said. Okay. I opened by saying I live in hell's kitchen a diverse area New York populated by among others, gay black men who are not shy about telling me. They don't approve of what I'm wearing. I try to learn things from everyone I encounter in one day one day. I realized oh, this is how you know being gay can't be a choice because no one would choose to be gay. If they're already black. No one is doubling down on hardship. Did I say no black dude wakes up and thinks that being a black man in America's too easy. No black dude says I'm going to put on a Madonna halter top. And make an Indian dude real uncomfortable. That's not a choice. That's me. That's the ultimate progressive joke. Yes. It's magnifying. The the bigotry that people face in America in black and or gay, and I think that's like a a wear Wilkie. Yeah. I'm on your side. You know, I see this combination. This is an evil capitalist racist country. That was my taken the joke. It's my take two and the other thing that's good about. And you've talked about what makes comedy good is that comedy has to have an element of truth there. Plus, he's actually making fun of some of the stereotypes that even gay people even black people would mic in all honesty. Yeah. Yeah. That is kind of one of our stereotypes. In this case, it's like clothing. Okay. So if you're a flashy effeminate gay man will they they know they're flashing and they're proud of that in the critiquing my square clothes. Exactly. It's it's like, it's a well observed funny. Yeah. I don't know if agree with the political leaning of it, but it's still kind of engaging little little quip. I wrote the joke about six years ago. May be hacky at this point. But I certainly don't see as anti anybody the joke. Bombed total silence in the crowd of several hundred students, but I didn't think anything was abnormal. I mean, every comedian has a joke the bombs. Sure, the best of the best bomb sometimes. So he just kind of went head, which is okay. And you know, the joke that kills at this crowd. The next crowd doesn't. That's okay, too. Well, comedians cannon disguise, actually, pretty smart. This is kind of what you and I've talked about other comedians saying about, you know, we're killing comedy. Yeah. Because then he goes on to say what while comedians can and do Taylor sets for audiences. Like, you wouldn't do a blue joke in a room full of nuns kind of thing for the most part? You learn what works with the crowd only when it works where it doesn't work. This particular joke has worked at New York clubs full of gay people black people in college students multiple times, I never thought twice about using it in a room full of. Smart progressive. Young adults wake up young man whole world different world. It's pretty crazy. A couple other thoughts actually my main thought about this whole situation is sapping and maybe a week or so ago. Wouldn't it be wonderful? If you turned on Saturday Night Live, and he did a sketch about this how great with that the making fun of these students who are so intolerant. They couldn't accept a joke. Like, this are they could start what you turn to either you cast him directly navy recreate the bed or do something you mock these people who can't hear a joke and Kane inlet exactly what the original Saturday Night Live. Did they mocked everybody left in right right-center? Whatever it was if they were to do this again. Because look you make a really actually funny joke about excuse me about a conservative. I'll laugh I will to you. Make a really truthfully. Funny joke about a leftist progressive all laugh at it or day or black people laugh at. Yeah. If Saturday Night Live were to do what you just described. I think they would they would bring back in the whole baby boomer audience s left them and everybody else that's left them about a year and a half ago. My time estimates a little rough. Who's the rank Gosling looking actor? He was on the show Saturday Night Live did a bit cold awoke jeans. And it was brilliant. They were genes that were shapeless and colorless and it went on. And on was a fake commercial. Ryan Gosling was in and it was funny. And they can wow, what was that? And I don't think there's much like that since then to me, the whole, whoa culture is a goldmine doesn't even describe how much comedy can be mind. Read is unlimited unlimited limitless, it's an amazing, and there's so many different directions. I mean, you could poke fun of people for a variety of reasons. But it's so tempting it's such a low hanging fruit. And the fact that they barely swing at. It is stunning. And now they got a guy who is directly involved with the show who got directly involved in something like this. And they can't raise their voice. He writes in the article people are just as within their rights to be offended by anything. Just as comedians or within their rights to say anything, I believe the student leaders were wrong to cut cut his mic. But as a person I cannot said this bazillion times, but as a person I cannot control how people think or how they react in. What's scary about the these woke people that think that? If you fend me that. I must shut you down is you're the one that's offended me. Yeah. So I'm just saying what I think or believe you're the one chooses to be offended. So you don't have to listen to me. Yeah. You don't shut me down to walk out. You can walk out. You can mock me deride me or anything else that you do. Shut me down. Yeah. That's what's happening. And you know, they keep saying, oh, it's just the college campus. It's seeping at. Everywhere. I think that's what I'm really struggling with. Because I know I tried to I tried to explain to people. Yes. I know the first amendment says the congress and by the fourteenth amendment that means government, writ large cannot restrict free speech. So I I get that. But I also know that we've grown up that America has grown up since its founding with a culture of free speech that we recognize that we all have this right to say what we want to say we shouldn't try to show the people down. And that's that culture is going away to wear now. I get it. The this. What's interesting here is this was on a college campus, which is a government organization public public institution Columbia University. A well, no Columbia may not be. But I fear for the culture were destroying the culture. That says, yeah, we get with the first amendment says, but we live that outside government. Do we live in our private lives and our business lives in our in our social settings of every everywhere else that Christian can say something that he thinks it's just funniest hell, and I think it's stupid fans me, you know, what I can tell Christian offends me. But I shouldn't tell Christian don't ever say that again, here's thing that scares me because I'm talking about this. We're fighting against this movement is a podcast. I listen to. And I listen, and I laugh, and then I'm shocked that I want them to shut up because I have internalized. Now, the show traffics in wildly inappropriate jokes about people. Who are sick about people who are wounded. I mean, so it's offensive. It's offensive. It's the kind of stuff I lose listen to like twenty years and Howard Stern. And I'm thinking, I I can take any joke. I can hear any joke. Nothing offends me. But they're still in my mind. I took me a while when I was listening to this show for the first time thinking, no, you can't say that. That's wrong. Oh, stop. You're gonna get kicked off the so and so well, actually this show in particular is its own creation..

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"brian vocals" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"brian vocals" Discussed on Probably Science

"Are we close to that i guarantee either working on these stories are son everything else that we've heard about the hardness sperm in the conflict gerbil full guy see if we could figure out what's going on in this members getting the biography what it was gonna say that before we before we fully malign science adult scientists science i think collection of stories are slightly self selecting slight sheds are you say the one that makes a common signs press that you read are more serious than what i would say also are the ones that are then highlighted by listenership and across all you blame them you already mother within our purview and and that may be noticed by us best three levels of selection there's all of which to towards the of information bubble at play with the echo chamber of ball jokes that's the foul have none of it i don't support it dry disturbed as a way around a just just i did irish segue pay bribes brian uncommon before prime before you fully leaving your segue in common as well before you leave on your motor transport of choice how cannot listeners find out more about you performing what you're doing things okay i run a roadshow monthly at the improv called the gentleman and also monthly show at new milk comedians and club podcastonecom rallies called no sir i don't like it maria we talk about stuff we don't like him we have guest talk about stuff they don't like and he also meteorologist brian vocal brand with the why the okay you why adrenaline is really fun i did that last month great you get to do you do stand up we easier set you pull an extra challenge out of your hat out of a hat.

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