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THE EMBC NETWORK
"brien" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"So that was the first thing that you talked that kind of got into my mind. The idea that as a younger person, you were into it. And it made you feel good. And then one led to the other. And so that was the thing. Then, to your point, you were doing just the alcohol, but then now you need an extra kick. Now you added like almost like more gasoline into the fire. You know, now you have too high. It's not just one addiction. And another one. But you also stated something powerful, which always come back in a discussion whenever we talk about addiction. Is that you were in denial first. It's like, this has been, I'm good. I'm doing all my stuff. I am cool. There is no problem with me here. And I think that's the first problem that I think everybody that has an addiction of any sort. I don't have that problem. I mean, we can joke about it. I tell them my kids addicted to your phone or to your SnapChat or whatever. Because they can not literally let go from the phone. I mean, they walk in with one hand with a phone and doing everything on one hand. It's like, you have two hands. For a reason. You can drive the phone for 5 minutes. But they don't see it. It's becoming an addiction. And that's the problem with it. You don't see it. People see it, but you're not. And you're completely, I'm not accepting what you're saying. I'm cool. I know what I'm doing. I got this. The problem is you don't got this. And you don't realize you don't get this until things are getting worse. So now you said something that even your colleague, and by the way, your environment was not helpful because you were surrounded with the alcohol and then the party business, which that's the other thing. I mean, sometimes you have to remove yourself from the elements, right? That are actually, it's like you've been anchored into that world. You had to separate, but that was hard to do anyways, because that was your world. That's where you found yourself. So that was tough. And for people watching and listening, you know, this is a real life scenario, a real person, a real family, a real lives that have been impacted. I mean, you didn't just impact your life. You've impacted a lot of people around you. I mean, your girlfriend, your child, your parents. Everybody that was in your world had to be impacted by it. And this is what we don't sometimes realize. It is not always about us. It's about everybody around us. And I think that's most of us are selfish enough to always realize that it's all about me. But we don't realize the impact that we have on society as a whole on the immediate society or our families, and then on to ours. And also, we are role models to whoever is around us. I mean, if people are seeing who you are, they probably are going to like, well, Justin is cool. I want to be just like, Justin. But they don't know what Justin is going through. You mentioned something also very powerful about who knew about depression and anxiety. I didn't know the age, right? People don't believe in that. I can't possibly have depression. I don't have anxiety. That's for the other guys.
THE EMBC NETWORK
"brien" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Finally, I picked up the phone and I called my mom and I was living under my mom at that time. And you need to take the hospital. So she comes and picks me up and takes me to the hospital and finally I had my dad to my left knee and my mom in front of me and I counseled to the right and I'm like, you know, if I have to continue to feel like this, I have a plan and applies to end it. You know, when I said those words out loud and my mom, my dad, sitting there. You know, the counselor was good, right? But to sales words out loud, they took half the half the weight off my shoulders. And I was fortunate enough that I could go back home after almost four or 5, 6 hours, maybe. And because I lived underneath my mom, but right then and there, I made a promise to myself, like, just need to change, you can't do this. You can't go on living this, you're gonna have to make a choice and from January 4th, 2019, I've been sober for over four years now. And I've gone to school to be a life coach at school to be a speaker. And I've got to travel. I've been I've got to fly around. In order to be a speaker and I've got to be able to impact people, podcasts, and because I ask for help, but one of the biggest things I did was I started to commit my medication. I started to commit to my doctor's appointments. Or my counseling appointments, because any time I used to feel better, I'd stop taking my meds and stopped one of my counseling appointments. I'd say, hey, I don't need you. I can do this alone, but when I did that, all of a sudden that vicious cycle would come as start drinking at this time with my kid and time at work. So I started to commit to my healthy coping mechanisms, commit to seeking their help, staying with the help. And I've been able to turn my life around and be able to help and serve other people. Justin,
THE EMBC NETWORK
"brien" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"So let's welcome back to the ihe channel. I had ready, where do you host hurricane age? New day, new show, new topic. Actually, not really new topic. This time, it's a topic that I have been tackling a lot of, and this is an important topic, because I think it affects all of us. And mental health is important to all of us, right? Would you agree? Wouldn't you agree? I don't think so. I think everybody would agree to the fact that we need a mental health. And the physical health is attached to it as well. So we're going to talk about the connection there. And again, we're never going to run out of discussion on this topic. So I have with me a live coach and motivational speaker who actually handles this helps people and helps them through their mental crises, whatever you want to call it, but also as someone who actually not only is doing the work, but has experienced some of his own, I guess journey
The Eric Metaxas Show
Malachi O'Brien Doesn't Know How to Stop Running
"Normally have a freewheeling Marx brothers approach to the program. But today, I said, if we can do this, malachi O'Brien, my friend, you and I ran yesterday, you did your 151st consecutive marathon tomorrow in New York. You're going to attempt to run your 152nd consecutive marathon. Could you do it before the program so that you could be on the program and talk about it and you did it. I heard you leave my house this morning because Georgie barked at like 6 30 a.m. or something like that. Georgie Barker was like, Georgie shut up. It's malachi. He's going on a run. You just finished. You know, you made a decision, there's a lot to talk about, but you made a decision, you know, when you broke the record of a 104 at what point do you say enough? Like, how does that work? You know, I actually, I didn't know how to say how to stop. I mean, literally, I feel like I'd go forever. And so it was really through counsel of Friends. Because I want to keep going, but I can tell my body's breaking down. I want to see how far I can push the limits. You want to see how far you can break your body down. See, this is where as one of your friends, I want to say to you, no, stop that. You've got to be careful because you could actually do permanent damage. And you want to be, you know, you want to be a good steward of your body. But at some point, you said, what? How far did you decide you thought it reasonable to go? I've actually a couple of weeks ago, and it was really kind of the start of the asbury revival and there are some thoughts around that because the lord really did a work in my heart during that time. I decided I was also running for revival. And just some things in my spirit shifted and then just conversation you and I had a conversation other people had I said, you know, it's trying to put a bow on this. And I told you, I'm going to do one 51 and you said no. I mean, you're the reason why I'm doing two more. Because you said no. Well, because I thought if you're doing a 151, if you're just going to pick, why would you pick that number? What's that number? There was a lady in Australia. Did this did a 150 marathons back to back, tip to toe? I believe it will be Guinness qualified if everything gets turned in for her. And so I knew I was just a few weeks behind her. So one O four might be the record, but you thought in order to make sure that I get the record, I would need to do a 151. Correct. So you at that point said, okay, I'll go that far. And that's when I said, wait a second. If you're going to do that many, why not do one 53? Because one 53 is a magical number from the gospels when Jesus says to them, you know, throw your net on that side of the boat and they caught so many fish it was like just an insane miracle, but they counted the fish. I think I've written about this in two of my books. They counted the vision ends up being a 150 three. And
Seek Outside Podcast
"brien" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"That is inclusive of wide variety of motorized mechanized all types of publicly induces. Along with wildlife conservation management areas that are really important for wildlife, it creates a migration corridor and the sort of protection or designation up near the central mountains. It does a lot of really cool things. And I think it's part of it is just a lack of understanding not taking the time to look at the legislation a little bit closer and to talk to folks that have been supportive of it because if you talk to county commissioners, local communities across the west slope, you're going to find a lot of support for it. And these folks pay very close attention to this. They're not going to invite something like this or support something like this in their backyard if they think it's going to have a negative impact. Yeah. Well, that's good to hear. I mean, I know that it's been on the docket for a while, so hopefully we can we can get that past is there, is there anything that public landowners, BHA, members can do to help just calling their congressmen calling senator Bennett trying to get him to keep politicking for it? Yeah, I think that's exactly right. I think whoever you're so senator Bennett senator hickenlooper obviously supportive of it. But I think continues to be on that drum. I mean, continue to reach out to your decision makers. I mean, even local county commissioners. I mean, because again, this has been built from the ground up. I mean, so folks are hearing from constituents and their communities that like, hey, I'm supportive of this that goes a long way. And I think a lot of our communities across the west slope are identities and values are formed very closely in relation to what we do and our livelihoods and how they're connected to public lands and I think this bill has been crafted in a way to not take away or diminish what exists, but to help protect it. And to help conserve that, that those traditions that opportunity those habitats for years to come. Well, that's awesome. Well, you want to hit us with the BLM resource management plan amendment. I had not heard about this one, but I was just doing some brief research before we got on here. Sounds very interesting. You want to hit us with the overarching theme of this one. Yeah, absolutely. And appreciate it. So yeah, so I think administrative processes often don't get the same amount of attention as legislation a lot of the times. Technically walk, it can be in the weeds. It's not as sexy of an issue a lot of the time. But they can be extremely important, and this one is what I would say is kind of like a landmark at the state level level of importance because of its implication what it could help accomplish. And so, I mean, to sort of distill it down, the BLM is
The Sean Salisbury Show
Texans Trading CB Bradley Roby to Saints
"Ian report tweets out. The texans are trading bradley roby. to the saints what. The deal is being finalized now. He has suspended week one. But it helps out the saints immensely. What what are they doing. What we get for him they. They want us to believe that they're trying to win. Okay this is called. We're not tanking but we thank you. We're not take it okay. I'm taking the under think about think about their defensive backs they have nothing. They have their defensive. Backfield is horrible will pass. We'll opponent opposing quarterbacks average two hundred eighty yards or more against him this year. yeah okay. he's not the he's not a. He's the greatest veteran who's played pretty good foot his career. He's got great bill. O'brien contract roby out three is in the. He's in the second year of thirty one million dollar deal. Yeah say if we just wrapped port an hour later. This won't even text. it did very rian. you might remember. He said i'm taking that. Hey i got. I got to check. This text may have been the fact that bradley road but he said if it was a texas saying he'd let us know so now that accident. I that that's exactly right and they don't like to do it until it at least is confirmed or close so bradley roby apparently getting
New Jersey 101.5
"brien" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bob O Brien. Bob is on the job. Your knob is set to Bob. See, I only get to say these things one more time. This is my last show here at New Jersey one a 1.5 officially I will pop in on occasion, as I said earlier when they are in dire need. Hey, there's nobody to do this shift. Can you come in, Bob? I will do that. So you might be surprised on some weekend Bob Bob on the job. Always back. Yeah, that might happen here and they're down the line and nobody wants to win these lotteries over the weekend. Nobody one mega millions. Nobody won Powerball Mega millions now. 345 million. In power ball on Saturday night that I read to you. Nobody had him so 375 $375 million next time that is drawn. Good luck then. And good luck Trying to get around. Some of the roadways are really, really packed with more the prom Stir Now we have finally got the all clear heading up the turnpike through running meet in towards Mount Laurel. Good to go as you head up to exit four with the tractor trailer fire now fully cleared off the roadway for a while. It was an absolute Well over a six mile delay. But all that gun turnpike fine from there, right back up to the current truck lanes near Interchange six. You've got some residual slow spots on 2 95 in a Cherry hill. But it's not a big backup at this point. 42 that's been busy right off the A. C. Expressway up to route 55 in Deptford. And still some parkway traffic. Somers point, Although that looks a whole lot better coming up through Cape May County now has a transition into Atlantic through Ocean County. The busiest stretches in brick, right near exit 91. Then into Monmouth County. We've got North, Um, delays from exit 98 up towards one. Oh, five. We're also getting rid of a crash right near exit. 1 25. So stop and go at the base of the Driscoll Bridge and some slowdowns here at the Outerbridge Crossing in Goethals Bridge to leave New Jersey about five minutes of peace. 15 minutes for the Holland off one and nine, lighter off the turnpike, 10 to 15 at the Lincoln George Washington Bridge about 20 minutes on both levels. This report sponsored by all state Are you looking to save money this year? Look at all state. You can get the protection you need at the low rates you want. Visit Allstate dot com or call an agent for a quote today. Traffic every 15 minutes. Your next report 3 48. I'm Jeff from on New Jersey One of 1.5 and you're in good hands with us this weekend. It's a Labor Day weekend back to school back to back hits all weekend.
News 96.5 WDBO
"brien" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I'm Jackie O Brien. Hey, Joe. What to pay for them? Yes, I know. I know What What an absolute goofball. Not a pay phone. It's a cell phone. You can get on the wdbo payroll payout right now. Text the word jump. For the number 70123 If your chance to win $1000. That's the word jump. J u M P. So the number 70123 for your chance to get on the Wdbo payroll payout. Good afternoon. I'm general Moody U. S. Military officials say the mass evacuation effort in Afghanistan is picking up steam each day. At today's Pentagon briefing, Army Major General Hank Taylor said nearly 59,000 people have been flown out of the country over the last 10 days. This tremendous display of teamwork and focus Resulted in a passenger count of 21,600 individuals leaving Afghanistan in just 24 hours General said The number of evacuations today hit a new high thanks in part to NATO allies. President Biden expected to brief the country on the effort this afternoon that the speech was scheduled during the noon hour. It has since been delayed whenever he takes the podium. Will go to Washington, D. C. Live the F D. L E. Now reportedly investigating a state Senate race from last year. It was a close races past election for Florida's District nine state Senate seat, which covers parts evolution. Several counties. I'm Patricia Sigman, you may have seen me attacked in some, absolutely Jason, broader for Florida Senate. In the end, it was Sanford's Jason Broder, who won the race with 50% of the vote to Sigmund's 47.6. But there was also a third party nonaffiliated candidate named Justine Nyenati. Ran as well and siphoned off votes. Democrats complained about her. And now the Orlando Sentinel's reporting, F D L E and the state attorney are looking into the race, although they won't say exactly why re compute Oh wdbo one. Oh 73 FM and AM 5 80. With yesterday's FDA approval for the Pfizer vaccine. Doctors are now hoping the federal endorsement will lead to more people getting the shot. This first full approval could be a game changer for those who have been hesitant to get a shot. Recent.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"brien" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Seattle's morning news with Dave Ross. Good morning I'm Colleen O Brien, and we bring in Rachel Bell. If the zero waste movement has a mascot, it's the Mason Jar Plastic abhorring People bring Mason jars to the grocery store to load up on bulk lentils or canola. They're used as Water glasses and his earth friendly containers for office bound lunches. But the most zealous zero wasters often boast that they throw away so little garbage. They can fit a year's worth into a single Mason jar, and that can be a little extreme and intimidating for the average person looking for inspiration to reduce waste in their homes. There's been a lot of talk of kind of rejecting the trash our concept on social media, which I'm really glad about that. Seattle's April Dickinson known as the Zero Waste Dork on Instagram a few years ago, Dickinson Was inspired to reduce her family's waste. After watching a documentary series on CNN. I saw that and I thought, Oh, my God, we have to change everything. Um, my partner saw it and he was like, neat next show, so it's been a little bit of a challenge going at it on my own. I wanted to feature April in this story because her quest to go zero waste is realistic. She doesn't measure her success in Mason jars. She just does as much as she can. April's partner and two young Children are not as gung ho on reducing waste because it means giving up some of the quick and easy conveniences that they love. So April started small and knew that we did not need to buy any more of those little cute, individually wrapped slices of cheese. We loved those because you could pop them in your backpack individually. Wrapping two bites of cheese is not great, and then I also eliminated things like fruit snacks and granola bars. And so we went to the book section and found snacks in the book section that easily replace those idea. Them. So they found options that they love now, and they don't even think about fruit snacks and growing bars anymore. Of course, when she shops in the bulk section, she brings her own bags and a zero waste becomes more popular. Companies are starting to commercialize on the movement by making you believe that you need to buy certain products in order to use less plastic, for instance, produce bags. You could go on Amazon and buy a pack of produce bags. But you could also take one plastic produce bags and reuse it many, many times. That's free, really think about putting value back into things that we already own. Maybe there's something in your house. You can repurpose for April. It's all about balance. She makes her own deodorant to avoid the plastic packaging for laundry. I actually Harvested chestnuts from my driveway and you can make a laundry detergent from dried chestnuts. So I've been using that. Yeah, pretty unusual, and you obviously have to have access to those chestnuts, but that's been working out for us. She also bakes her own bread. But she does draw the line at making homemade yogurt just by being a little bit more thoughtful about things that seem really wasteful. You actually produce IQ by quite a bit and still not feel like you have to be. Total granola munching like tree hugger, You know, thank you can still navigate through systems and reduce your impact. There are definitely things she's given up that she misses like potato chips. Potato chip bags are not recyclable, and she recognizes that it would be nearly impossible for people from other cultures to give up the foods they cook with. So I'm biracial. I'm half Chinese. And there are some, you know Chinese sacks that I really wish I could find zero is I just don't buy them anymore. I let my like ants and my mom buy it and then I'll eat it. Sometimes when with them, So the first thing that strikes me Rachel is that this takes a lot of time. And I always considered myself proud of what I try to do to help the environment. But what gets in the way of me taking the next step in reducing my even recycling. Is that I don't have time. Yeah, it seems like it takes a lot of time to do what she's doing. I think some little things like she said she stopped buying those individual two bites of cheese that are wrapped. And so instead she buys a big, you know a giant block and cuts it up. That doesn't take that much time to cut a few slices of cheese. So there are little things like that for me. I've been trying to reduce waste. I'm more environmental than the average person. But I found it to be more expensive and that to me means that most people can't do it. The stores that do the bulk tend to be Higher end. Maybe something you can look into. If you don't already know is the places you can go where you want to buy deli items or you want to buy the pre made food and you can bring your own containers. I've been turned down a lot of the times when I try to do that for health. State health violation reasons it's against state law. I did a story on that earlier this year, and it's a bummer. That's the whole problem with all of this is, wouldn't you? Okay? Here's the thing. Once you start going into this zero wasteland. I feel so much guilt a lot of the time and I went into my grocery store last week, and all I see is plastic just walking and I'm like plastic, plastic plastic. It's overwhelming. I heard something the other day that really struck me, which was We've been told that this is our responsibility just as individuals, But as much as we reduce. The companies are still making all these products. There needs to be something on a larger level, You know, like the straw ban and plastic bag bands like those are the only things that make the big difference is and I'm not saying not to make an effort and I will continue to because big change starts with small change, right, But I don't think we can just do it on an individual. Basis We have to make bigger legislative change. It's now 5 53. Time for Cairo radio. Real time traffic brought.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"brien" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"O Brien, along with Heather Bosch and Chris Sullivan. A week after the fall of Kabul. What have we learned we're going to bring in CBS news Foreign Affairs analysts Pamela Falk, who always knows what's going on, hon. Good morning, Pam. Good morning, Colleen. Yeah, I wish I knew why it was going on. But the answers are still out there. A It's very chaotic at the Kabul airport. It continues to be. As of this morning. The United States has evacuated nearly 28,000 people, um since August, 14 to when the government fell and its about 16,000 the past 24 hours, But that's nothing next to not nothing but It's a small percentage of the 2 to 300,000 people that have to be evacuated. So the U. S. Has called for more military jets and has engaged 20 U. S commercial aircraft to help in the evacuation. Early Monday, Delta Airlines landed in Dubai. They're not landing in Kabul. But there they took off at a near shore space in Qatar, where evacuees were crowded into hangers to try to get them to places where they can be evacuated. But Just this morning, Colleen. Uh, at least 20 people have died in the past seven days. In just this morning. There was a gun battle, um, where an Afghan guard died in a gunfight with us, German and Afghan guards. So a lot of chaos still at the at the airport, trying to get out and the Um, even though President Biden said he might extend the deadline passed August 31st looking to make sure both Americans and foreign nationals get out the Taliban this morning says the red Line can't go past three for so, um, that that doesn't bode well. I mean, it sounds like the Taliban although, uh, Secretary of State, Antony Blinken is in contact with the Taliban. They're only going to cooperate with us until that. August 31st deadline. That's a week in one day to evacuate 200,000 people. Right. And if you do the math, it doesn't really add up. Um and particularly since everyone has to be vetted. I mean, people are now Afghan nationals who aided the United States who don't have passports because they were burned in the rush to get out of the U. S embassy in Kabul. So a lot of it is is just chaotic and The more people are feeling like the Taliban are putting a deadline on getting out. The more people show up at the airport. So how do you even get out? So a few of the military aircraft the C 17 have gone out somewhere, even gone out in the early days? Not very full, but now they are starting to fill them. And at least get them out of harm's way and not to the United States but into other countries. But part of it is what what else is going on. There are negotiations with the Taliban and the Afghan government to see if they can come up with some kind of power sharing, but generally speaking things like the IMF withholding money at the U. S s behest to the Taliban government until they see if they actually are not. Going to violate human rights as they have in the past or cooperate with the evacuations. It's not really hitting hard because we just did a major report. Taliban developed the heroin and meth trade in the country so much that they get billions of dollars. Um, in in this illicit trade, and so it's not like they need the U. S and international money anymore. And of course, the biggest security threat is there have been Um, US notices that there may be an attack. Um, on this evacuation effort by ISIS Isis K. Um and that's the Afghan affiliate of the Islamic State Isis Chorus San, which sort of a little late to name only to Iran. But it's the ice. It's the Afghan Pakistan, Isis. And, of course, Al Qaeda, so the Taliban has been harboring them For all these years. It's hard to imagine they want since they short of at least al Qaeda, help them fight the battle against Afghanistan. And now the even the prison with hard and, uh, Isis and Al Qaeda prisoners with the door was opened. The people walked out. So, um, that was you know, was the one that was managed by the Bagram Air Force base That was also taken over because the Afghan Army just didn't fight to Taliban, and that's sort of where the biggest intelligence failure seems to have that. And the thought is, too. I mean, we've been watching the comments from Vice Presidents Kamala Harris in Singapore and President Biden saying that you know this is the plan. We're going to get everybody out. Everything's gonna be fine. Our focus is on cybersecurity. Afghanistan no longer a threat to us. But surely when you hear, maybe it's just the last 20 years. That's hard to shake. But when you hear Isis When you hear Al Qaeda When you hear the Taliban having billions of dollars it makes you wonder what Wednesday next attack on America again. It's not like the Taliban is just going to forget what's happened in the last 20 years. So I'm wondering if President right on the money, okay? Yeah, I'm just curious if President Biden is going to change his tune soon when you know, all of this settles in the Taliban comes into control. Right. I mean, there's no doubt that there will be an evacuation, and most people I believe based on these numbers will get out at some point. But, um what goes on in Afghanistan of the US NATO's forces just will not have that much to say. Because everyone's totally out. The hope was to keep Kabul the hope was to keep the U. S embassy to sort of monitor at least what's going on without any kind of Forces inside the country. It's very tough to know if there are terrorist attacks being planned against the United States. And then what is the United States do? I mean, it was just us? Go back in after all those trees $3 Trillion.88 billion just to train an army that didn't Defend itself. So, um, there is a new CBS poll that basically showed people are very unhappy..
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Trump Ally May Run for President in 2024
"You wrote the first piece about my buddy robert. O'brien last seen in california. Moderating the california recall debate with me doing a fine job. I thought he'd be signed by. Nbc cbs or abc. This week are fox because he did such a great job. But you think he's running for not thank. You picked up signs. He may be running for president. I think that he is interested in running for president. I don't think it's necessarily a slam dunk away. I think with some other people that i've covered and then i've written about extensively. I do think that miserable. Brian ambassador. O'brien is hearing from. At least some people with not a number of people that have encouraged him to run because they think he brings something to the table from a foreign policy perspective and just from the perspective of having a pretty logical conservative thought process and he also has relationships in the trump wing of the party as well as the traditional party amount of the traditional wing. He looks probably the best national security advisor. Trump had was able to navigate all of that stuff and he was able to navigate very girl president. I think some people see him as an interesting candidate and he is now doing with all the rest of them are doing in order to laying the groundwork for a possible bid he's focusing on helping republicans running twenty two As i reported he's he's hosting or headlining a fundraiser. For jd vance. He ohio senate candidate and he's going to be traveling. The country helping other congressional candidates for the republicans so it added to the list.
The Dad-Splanation Podcast
"brien" Discussed on The Dad-Splanation Podcast
"So let's get right into it. The first exercise is drum. Roll mountain climbers. Yeah baby this one's oldie but a good you know if you've never done mountain climbers you don't know what you're missing so you start off in a plane position shoulder stacked over hands your ads tight but down a once you're set you're in that position ready to go. Bring your knees toward your chess. One at a time and then back to the starting position back to that plank position you wanna get a nice controlled movement you know one leg tie from the starting plank position to the ending knee in your chest position you know. Think of it as a plank march if you will you know that's the motion. It's kind of like a marching motion you know. Obviously you're in that plane but the legs are going to be kind of like a marching motion. But of course you'll want to take it up a not so don't slack too much. You wanna take that speed up so you actually get a good burn. And i found that a good rhythm for this is somewhere in the two knees per second realm like somewhere in that vicinity. If you will you know so so as count one. Mississippi two mississippi each mississippi. You'll want to knees left. Then right boom you know. Easy peasy as gives you all the workout at almost zero impact. The second exercise in the core shredding routine is the alternating leg lower with a hip lift. So heck is all about. This is one of the compound type of moves where you're working multiple muscle groups at once it also test your coordination really you know so here. In this exercise you start by laying down on your back easy right then hot both legs straight up in the air and alternate bringing one leg down towards the ground at a time and when you bring that lower leg back up. Lift your hips when you reach the top pretty simple. Actually if you need a little extra lower back support and place your hands and a little lake. Diamond shape under your. But that's what i do actually gives me a little more support. And and i personally found that i can leverage that support and get really tight. Isolated moves to really work the muscles in that area. You know super simple exercise but super duper results for
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Alabama SEC Football Predictions for 2021
"Feel like discussions of national championship should be perfect segue when we looked to break down the defending champion from season ago and paint. I don't think it'll surprise anybody. When you look at alabama fan duel sportsbook there less than two to one to win the national title there an overwhelming favorite to come out of the sec west at minus four fifty. And when you look at their win total. It's eleven and a half shaded to the younger. Of course we know that the most electric offense that we've seen in tuscaloosa will not bring back a lot of their key. Playmakers nausea harris and of course devante smith taking their talents to the nfl combining for fifty five touchdowns last year. Mack jones get gone of course as well. But it's rare if you're a team in college football you bring in two former. Nfl head coaches and bill. O'brien and doug marrone to help pass the baton to the next heir-apparent embrace young under center. I don't know how much they're actually going to do. Or how much you actually want him to do. Listen nick listen. Nick and hope that they can keep players on the straight narrow that are collecting seven figure paydays at least on the books under an i l. arrangements compared to Bitcoin trust and everything else. They used to collect in the past the one thing with alabama that they've adhered to under this offensive. Change the last few years is that our offense is not changing. If you're coming into the sabin rehab program you're going to adapt to our offense or guys aren't constantly learning new systems and it seemed work but when i look at alabama's dominant they've been with nick. Sabin the only one back to back championships wants it. Feels like with his system. Continuity plays a large role. And that's something alabama's offense that you alluded to just doesn't have this season now. No one's feeling bad for alabama the way they were crew. But you're replacing. Six players drafted in the first twenty four picks five on offense and totally replacing three starters along the line to starting receivers a tight end and a quarterback and it's not just the players four offensive assistance. Four offense of analysts. They've all moved on. So alabama's offense is gonna regress. That is not a question. It's happening the real question for me. Is how large dip.
KTLK 1130 AM
"brien" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Andrew continues on with the Friday roundtable in studio lawyer Extraordinary in in House counsel Jeff O'Brien. Good to be back second appearance this week. Yep. State representative Eric Lucero. Good morning, making his debut first time appearance on the Friday roundtable. Pleasure to have you wearing your representative. Extraordinary hat. I'm humbled and very proud of where it absolutely And joining us Now, as he does most every Friday, our good friend, representative Tom member. Good Morning. Good morning, Andrew. I used to hear Lucero in O Brien, I I also want to thank you for beautiful Friday morning just started off with some of your very energetic sponsors. Nasal irrigation. Wow. Tom. I'm working on an endorsement here, Tom, If you have not been easily irrigated yourself, you are really missing out on life. I got news for you, Sam. I'm in Congress. Nasal Irrigation is a daily, uh, along with other irrigation, so they don't get into that. Representative Lucero made a good point during the break, You know, but with with them are now on the line and We've got four people on the show. Plus Tom Emmer on the line as a guest. All representing right county. Oh, yeah. This is a right county bonanza happening in coincidence. I think not. We're taking over. We're moving in. We're going to annex you Hennepin County birds of birds of a feather. They can come out that can come out. When you go door to door at Wright County is Eric will tell you, you know the You're going to find a lot of fact stickers that freedom isn't free. And you know, there's there's a different vibe in right county that you don't find and had to put down. I have. I have noticed that in my coming up on on one year residency in Wright County, two different worlds Yeah, it really is. You change your driver's license. Yes. Yes, I did. Actually, I did with that. I even did it within the 60 days. I had lived in Minnesota for about six years before I got a Minnesota license just because I was lazy, and and you mentioned you didn't know how. How the expiration words When I came from Arizona, they don't They don't renew your license for 30 years. You get a 30 year, So when I got my license there, it didn't expire until, like 2037. Or something like that. So I was in no hurry. So you had your high school picture on there pretty much. Yeah. And it wasn't until I got pulled over. You know, for something? I don't remember. What and they said, you know, you've you've you've lived here more than 60 days, haven't you? Yeah, Well, you got to get a new license, so I took care of it. It was the expired Arizona plates under that place. Yeah, right, Exactly so represented member We were talking earlier this week about gas prices. Sam had a story in her top five about how the gas prices are just rising. Analysts expected to continue to rise. It's looking like it's going to be a very, very expensive summer for anybody who wants to break out of, you know their their covid bubble that they've been in for the last year and maybe take a road trip. Maybe go on a vacation or something like that. It's going to be extremely difficult. Do you see any relief on the horizon when it comes to not only gas prices, but just the inflation all around the rising prices we're seeing across the board. Well, we've seen this gas is up at the top 40% this year, and it's these are the highest prices I think seen since a 2000 and eight for their about maybe a little bit later than that. But certainly under the Obama administration and let's let's face it. I don't know that people want to write it in this town, but people should be talking about the fact that this is the socialist Democrats or on fossil fuels. The first saying that he was inaugurated, this president was handed a stack of executive orders, which included killing the Keystone Pipeline in the 11,000 great paying American jobs that went with it. Right, And that was only the beginning. I mean, they they want to kill I any form of energy That said, it's not there, you know, solar wind etcetera, which is fine, but it should be in all of the above energy policy and ever since then. We've just seen this thing start decline, but it's more than that Inflation in general is because of their radical socialist policies. Look, you don't have to be a PhD to understand that if you pump cash into the economy And you have limited or restricted supply right? And by the way, you're pumping cash into the hands of people who will find it more lucrative to sit at home and collect checks them to go back to work because spoken meant Providing that excess payments to their unemployment. Thereby disincentive them to get back into the workforce. You're only exacerbating the problem. That is what creates inflation, and they had 5% inflation since the beginning of the year, by the way, if you look at recent polling Most Americans well over 50% are, uh, somewhat concerned or very concerned about the inflation being caused by the Biden administration policies. And this isn't going to happen because they're talking about doing $6 Trillion. I would suggest anybody who's listening to your show today, if you're not familiar with something known as modern monetary theory. It's time for you to look it up and understand what it is, in a nutshell. What it is is modern monetary theorists believe that debt does not matter. They do will never have a problem. You can spend as much money as you want. These are still the same people who believe that Alison Wonderland was a true story as well. It does not end well. The White House is littered with these people, so they're going to continue to spend money unless we can stop them. The inflation. I love this guy. We targeted 11 at vulnerable Democrats over the Fourth of July with this inflation issue, telling their constituents call your congressman And tell him his policies are hers are costing you more for your barbecue on the Fourth of July. You know, the White House clearly noticed because they quick spun up their own counter ad and put it out, said actually, if you do it by their path. Barbecue is 16 cents left this year than it was the last time. Well, we didn't. We didn't have 1/4 of July last year because they locked us all up. This is a big issue. It's bigger than politics. If they don't start to get responded Terry Policy of life I mean, they're talking about rising wages. But guess what? It's gas. It's groceries. It's everything that that people need to feed their families and, uh, been a good life in this country. Prices are going up. Yeah, everything is getting painfully expensive, and it's not going to stop. We got a tweet here from one of our friends of the show on Twitter incorrigible the way we fight inflation and higher prices right now is getting people back to work. That will get the supply chains running push production that will fill demand until we stop paying people to sit home and do nothing and to sit home and not work. You know, it's uh, I mean, that's that's one piece of the puzzle. But it is a really important piece of the puzzle. We gotta stop with the stimulus. We gotta stop these extended unemployment benefits. The the pandemic is, for all intents and purposes over People are getting vaccinated. People who want to get vaccinated are getting vaccinated numbers are declining all across the country. There is no reason there is no justification whatsoever to continue to pay people to sit at home. We gotta force. We can't force them essentially to get back to work if we really want to get this economy going again. Okay. That's the Fauci guy care for that? Andrew told us a couple weeks ago that we were past it now He's Oh, my goodness..
AP News Radio
Conan O'Brien Ends TBS Late-Night Show With Snark, Gratitude
"After eleven years Conan o'brien wrapped up his TV talk show between NBC and TBS Conan o'brien has been a host for twenty eight years really it's getting creepy there were plenty of clips of all shows in a farewell from will Ferrell is there for you your final late night show and your last tonight show the episode and and now this one yeah that's true it's kind of become a tradition I'll tell you what it is it's exhausting as the final TBA show was wrapping up I have devoted all of my adult life all of it to pursuing this strange phantom intersection between smart and stupid o'brien got serious try and do what you love with people you love and if you can manage that it's the definition of heaven on earth this is not the end of Conant tonight thank you governor Bryant next venture is a weekly variety series for HBO Max set to premiere next year I bet Donahue
Conan O'Brien and Seth Rogan Smoke Weed On-Air
"O Brien. Um, I don't know why I've never been a fan of his. But anyway, he's uh, always cutting new ground. He got together with South Rogan. And his late night show is coming to an end. He's getting ready to do a big thing for HBO and and you know all that, but he thought he would go out with a bang. So how did he do that? With Rogan? They lit up a big holder on TV live in front of everybody. And it kind of sounded like this. You seem like a guy who's I don't know. Relax, centered. Like you know who you are. I'm going to have a lot of free time now for a while. We're going to start something else up. But I'm going to have some downtime. And I honestly I'm not even kidding. I don't really know what to do with downtime. Yes, I get that sense from you. Yeah. Really Tell me. Yeah, I do. I mean, Never doing your live show in Vancouver after I remember being with you backstage. We were just like what is happening right now. Like what? Why are you doing this demand? I demanded that that I had all the time to, like, Take some time off before we started. The next thing I know, we're during more show all across the country. I think theaters Yeah, I needed to be medicated, but it was still a lot of fun. No, it was a pleasure to play a part in your therapy ins, But, yeah, I think you do have time on your hands. Would suggest this is going to be hilariously on brand. Try smoking a lot of weed for a long time.
New Jersey 101.5
"brien" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"O Brien on this Bob a thon on a Saturday night, the final Saturday of spring 2021 Happy birthday to listener, Fred, who's celebrating He was telling me he turns 61 today and didn't get to have a party or big It during the summertime, and he didn't really get to celebrate his 60th birthday. So he's living it up and listening to New Jersey 101.5 while he's having well, a few cold ones, a few adult beverages and and lots of fun with friends. We thank you for listening, making us part of your celebration and happy 61st birthday to you and many, many more. It's time to check New Jersey fast traffic. What's out there, Jazz? Bob, We are getting rid of a crash. If you're heading into north right now on to 80. It's going to be a westbound wrecked by exit 16, which is on the Harrison side of the Stickles drawbridge, and also in Harrison. Tonight, there is a red bull game taking place so you could see a lot of extra volume around the stadium and on top of that the crash, not helping both ways to 80 jammed up by route 21. Also leaving New Jersey a lot of volume with the Outerbridge Crossing. Now, on top of that, we've got a crash. It's a left lane blocked heading up to the bridge for 40 slammed back on to the Garden State Parkway, which is tough at the offer him to 1 27. There's a crash there, too. And also heading up the turnpike for 13 expect the least for the Gospels bridge. Then again, 14 for the Hudson County Extension, Hudson County Extension Exit 14. C blocked Liberty State Park at capacity for the evening so they will turn you away. And very busy right across the Hudson tonight. Just getting out to the Holland Tunnel. The Pulaski Skyway slammed into Jersey City. So I called that at least 40 45 minute delay in about 25 minutes for the one in nine from the turnpike approach. Excuse me, half hour at the Lincoln and at least an hour at the George Upper deck in about 45. Minutes downstairs, Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report, 83. I'm Jeff from on New Jersey. New Jersey one at 1.5 is proud to present the 21st annual Big Joe Henry talent show at Jenkinson's and point Pleasant Beach. Think you've got talent? Let's see what you got, Uh, the.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"brien" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Dave Ross, with Colleen O. Brien and Chris Sullivan. Imagine a place that actually wants more old people to report on this here is our senior Senior citizen correspondent Rachel Bell. That's right. I've had a lot of Botox I've actually 85 years old. I am your senior correspondent. Uh, there's been so much conversation over so many years about how the elderly population is growing and growing. And actually in Germany, they have the world's third highest population of seniors, and almost 10% of the people over 65 have dementia. And there's a city in Germany called R. Ensberg that has basically become The senior city. I would say probably not in the country, but in the world. I haven't heard of any other place like this. So back in 1995. The city ended up doing this city wide survey for anybody over 50 and saying, You know, what are your expectations? And what do you want your life to be like when you are old and what people said was. We still want to have a social life. We still want to actively contribute to society. We want to keep learning, and we do not want to live alone when we're very old. So what they did was they actually took the survey very seriously, And they flipped the mindset of how they plan for seniors. And I think there is a lot to be learned by what they did in all kinds of arenas. So instead of what they were doing before, which I think most societies do, they were focusing on the deficit oriented. Like what can seniors not do, and then we'll provide for them. Let's build more nursing homes instead of seeing what they can do and you know, making it easier for them to continue doing those things and building up the city, and that way it was a few years. Later in 2000 and four they established the department of Future Aging. That is the word in English, and they only have a staff of two. They only have $24,000 in their budget every year, yet they have made huge differences in the city. So I'll give you a few examples. This is very smart, so and this is so simple to They have a lot of benches in the like social areas near the markets and on the promenade. There are benches. Every 200 M and the benches are numbered. So if somebody is experiencing dementia, and they're lost, they can call for help. And they can say what number bench there on and they can be found. Very smart, Very smart. There are volunteers in the city who volunteered to help older people go out to the market so that they don't have to, You know, have their food brought to them. They want to continue to be independent, but they need some help. So these people go with them on the bus to the market, You know, help carry their shopping bags all of that so that they feel safe, but they also can continue to choose what they want from the store and make their own decisions. They also have affordable housing for seniors around the city, and they built them very specially, so that people continue to live alone for longer And then they also have something called the dementia learning lab that they established in 2000 and eight not just to help people with dementia. But to help other people understand Dimension be more empathetic because they found that a lot of people were afraid of people with dementia and didn't want to engage with them. And so after they did all the work there, then I'm not going to get into all the details. It seems like what was it like 90% of people involved. Said that they actually now feel empathy and comfortable talking to someone who has dementia. So the list goes on and on. I just need one more thing. They opened a cafe that is supposed to be a place for people with to mention their caregivers to go because they pointed out something very interesting, which is there is a position of power between someone with dementia and some and a caregiver, which I think is probably the case with anybody who needs help. Where there is a hierarchy in the relationship. So the idea is when you're in this cafe, you know, the caregiver is an inch Charge of you. You're on equal ground, and they do art projects every day and doing art every day for people with dementia they found can mitigate depression and apathy puts people in a better mood and also allows them to feel more independent and not, you know, have to have so much help from their caretaker. It seems like a wonderful and just, you know, very kind thing to do. I was I was reading over this trying to figure out what it was that motivated them to do this in this particular city. I mean, they don't seem to get any money out of it, especially, I mean, do they have a lot of they have a population deficit that they need to start welcoming people old people into the city. So it's like they're trying to do at Leavenworth it so instead of a Bavarian theme, they decided to do an elderly fame. I guess not. It seems like it was just one innovative person. And who must have had some power. It's not a big place. I think it has a population of about somewhere between 75 80,000 people, So maybe it's easier to make decisions in a smaller place. You know, One guy on the City Council can kind of make something happen. It sounds like they just were innovative. And so now it is a place where a lot of seniors are moving, because why wouldn't you if there's a city that's Super accommodating, so I think it's just really worth looking at for all kinds of problems. You know whether it's child care or homeless, you know, kind of flipping things on their side instead of just doing What seems like It's a linear, maybe kind of looking at things from a different angle like they did. I just love the idea. I've heard this, you know, with people who are in wheelchairs like what can they do? Let's focus on that. Instead of what can't they do right? And it sounds like they did it simply because they thought it needed to be done without consideration for It wasn't motivated by economics or anything else, which is which is fantastic. And I guess that The town also has a lot of people who really enjoy doing this kind of work. Yeah, I mean, everywhere all over the world. There's people who volunteer and want to volunteer, so I think if you established programs you can always get people you know, to help in this town. They might see people living longer lives because instead of just putting somebody in an old folks home they actually get to be out and about using their mind. So if you're getting older and you want to town that will welcome someone even Even though your mind may fail. It is our Ensberg, Germany. Rachel Bell. Thank you, Rachel. Thanks, Dave 8 54, and that's time for Cairo Radio. Real time traffic for Sullivan..
"brien" Discussed on Recovery Survey
"brien" Discussed on Recovery Survey
"Is to help other people. It's the power why it's pretty crazy. It's just one word is why so it used why to get better. But then i started asking why you know why. Why do you feel it. It's it's answering those questions you know. Nobody wants to answer those questions later. Affair that will later. Why don't you feel well depress. Why are you depressed. And he's break it down once you break it down to the bottom you figure out the how how we can better quality diet and at the biggest sound was talk over your phone up a friend if own accounts are you make the appointment do it. I pretty much did everything i could. Everything podcast journaling. Reading writing gratitude diet exercise doctors Talking to friends taking baby steps to being. Don't just do it all at once. Because i can can be overwhelming but when you think about it it seems it might seem hard to do all that kind of stuff but it is really just. It's it is little steps like make the first phone call. Just make the one call do your. I didn't take you know. Go to your first appointment now. I know i actually. I didn't like going for our hafner. Listen i'll come but only want them to be half an hour. That's what i'm comfortable with. And then eventually they became an hour. He is when. I was in my first stages of recovery. When i was in that room. I didn't want to be there. I was like to be there for me then. i realized that he is in such a bad mindset. You know just negatives they obviously want to be a pig to a school so could be there to help people Couldn't make eye contact with the person council. I can look. I just can't look down. I'm all twitch. He didn't wanna be there then there to open up and it's trusting in you know it's you've got to trust them only be hard because you have a hard time trusting yourself. But he has an addict. I'm one of the biggest things i was doing. I couldn't trust myself. I can trust myself to have just one. I couldn't trust myself to be around. I can trust myself to do the things that i was gonna say because i only times are going to stay. So how many times did they say that you know when you can't build that trust me. Trust with yourself is harder that he with other people start trusting the system and i love the pro. The point that you brought up about reaching out about making that phone call. I think that's one of the biggest things. At least that i've experienced with an addiction is reaching out for help man not trying to fight that alone. Finding that support finding people that can help encourage in sometimes. Just listen to. What's going on man so i think that's a huge point. I love that you brought that up man. That's that's one of the keys to me in my mind is is that connection with others. Yeah sure and you know what i. I don't know many people i want to say. Hey i don't have figured out. Can you help me. I don't see people that want to do that right. But i mean it. It does help because our people are willing to help you. And you know what i don doing. The other life coaching course By kim summers illsley end. It says she says hanging out with people that sue you support uplift encourage you. There are people that are there to lend an ear and you know in the beginning. I would get kinda down because i to talk to talk about it. I wanna talk with my friends. Because i was. I was searching for answers in which it's not fair to them. I just don't know what's wrong with you when it really wasn't looking deep inside or trusting council the saying a lot of guys would talk to me about it and getting discouraged but i realized you know. Don't take it personally because your have those friends. You can talk sports with you. Can those trends you talk work life. Talk family and talk mental. So if you can't if you can if you have that friend find that friend. That's willing to talk mental health. Don't don't be discouraged if there are some people that you don't. They're just not comfortable because a lot of people they don't understand it. They don't understand the effects of mental health. And there is. There still is a stigma around mental thinking that person's not okay so they must not be okay because people don't understand that people don't know is that one out of every ten people in this world have mental health illness some sort of mental illness for this depression as abe cooler along those lines but one of the five people have mental episode so out of seven point eight billion people. Some point six. There's one in every ten. So senator sixty seventy million people while so it's it's realizing you're not alone is okay. It's going to be hard to you. There is a way out that that's awesome man so you you're back with your your girlfriend your in your life with your your son's mom got another baby on the way coach hockey. What else are you doing today. what is your life. look like what. What are some of the benefits that you found of being sober and working towards you know being aware of your mental health and working towards better in your life. What does it look like. Well you know what i think. The biggest thing is now to help other people. Sony people are reaching out. Saying thank you because i like to content on my social media's just engaging motivational inspirational educational coaching. You know. I never never would have guessed in my life that become a life coach so i i got. I have completed two certifications I've done to motivational speaking certifications. Hanau goran speaking at spoken around five hundred people on mental health addiction workplace wellness created. Coaching program called the stronger. You projects that kinda gets people to defeat their phone. He believes builder confidence. Kind of along those lines and you know knowing that is a role in changing. Somebody's life for the better is. It's a pretty good feeling. I kinda just fell into coaching. And is is giving your pain occurs and you know letting older not alone. That's okay and that there is late at the end of the tunnel. If you just keep walking narrowing cast in high school kid. High high-energy never wanna gas. That is the life. I would have lived when i didn't drink or anything and i had a life of darkness. Sixteen years darkness and then starting to come back into the late again. Let's really puts into perspective on. You know there is a way but.
"brien" Discussed on Recovery Survey
"Takes a deep dive into spiritual principles knowing that is a role in cheesy. Somebody's life for the better as it's a pretty good feeling. I kinda just fell into coaching. And it's just giving your pain purpose and you know let alone all alone and that there. There's late at the end of the tunnel if you just keep walking and my guest is named justin brian. He has a little over two years of recovery. He has struggled with mental health and suicide and he is a motivational speaker and coach. Welcome to the show. Justin thanks for Meet brett's pleasure to be here. That two years. Is you know if feels guys. I never thought. I would get that far to be honest here. I am better. that's awesome man. I'd love to kind of dive in kind of get your back story and how you got to where you are today. What what events in your life led to you deciding to to find recovery and you know maybe talk a little bit about your mental health journey as well. Yeah well you know what that was quite the journey. So i actually battled west addiction for sixteen years Alcohol virgo sixteen and cocaine. Some other drugs may stay in there for about ten but it really balances my mental health. Since i was a kid my always saw myself. Ask less than you know. I always compare myself to other people. I wanted to be other people i wanted to. I never wanted to be me. I was a little smaller smaller highschool as kind of behind my friends in sports puberty late and hasn't good friends but it. I just didn't like who. I was that of transpired over into my adult life so i didn't really drink in high school rarely ever And then when. I moved away to play hockey. I actually surgery command soon as i started drinking more i realized the confidence the fake confidence that gave me. It made me become as person i you know. I thought it was pretty cool. You know mean in the end knows drinking way too much and i was always getting blackout drunk guy but you know i would drink to change my mindset again. I drink to become another person but then it escalated to change my mindset. Like i knew. I was drinking to change my mindset to get out of my head and at twenty four years old i graduated. Let's say to drugs. So i started when i was drinking. I would have an algorithm to what i would drink so i drink this much before. Be my house. I would drink this much. So i could go to the nightclub or at the nightclub to talk to a girl on the dance floor in the by the end of the night you know. I don't remember the day. I wake up in my bed but i introduced to cocaine and that even the worst thing my buddy said to me. The next day was is that while. You're funny all right. So i have alcohol now. House of drugs enough you get enough on. Alcohol can do drugs the talkative problem or issue kind of caring conversations nasdaq knows. Adhd so i could be in conversation but that'd be thinking too much Day came make. Sure your funny because myself works but still super-low that i always wanted to you know when you say something you wanna make the impact. Hey you wanna make him laugh or smile. So if i did cocaine talkative and alcohol the funny side the cocaine giving you the talkative side so i go in sound good night but little did. I know like that was really destroying me on the site. I remember walking home. There's an vancouver crossen chemistry bridge in earlier. That day bartender looked at me. Sos bartender at the time. So we know that goes hand sanitizing race so he looked at me. And here's the next alcoholic justin. Do you drink too much lab. No i was going to work. You know i get that far down. Quick and i'm up for our twenty call it last hour power half hours nathan. I'm there every single night and someone can looking for my sister is myself nakahara. No way too smart to be alcoholic about turns out to be alive but detector tests. It said that is alive. But i always correllated with you know kind of being a low life but this is twelve years ago and that's how i looked at it as is the wrong way to look at it but is because they didn't want to admit to myself i knew like i knew alcoholic but he didn't want to admit it because them different than different than everybody else they can go out. Have fun at stop drinking. They can stop drinking that night. There have to drink the next morning. Little did i know though. Like six months later i was having conversation with buddy. I still remember was in. We're talking about depression. And i looked at him an excuse through the week. I don't know why said that extinct. Maybe i was trying to be a man or something out. That's where man was. And i said that so twenty four years old. My bowels were alcohol depression but didn't know and then i was correlating alcohol with being a low life and that's not me hand. Depression would be in week. That's not me. So as i really started to move away from those feelings just kept continuing to push my motion down by coping with alcohol. Just kinda took me down hassled. You know Police resistance. What can i do to feel better. I'll drink. what can i do to feel better. Do drugs north started losing jobs on by ended up having a kid and at months into the relationship. She ended up leaving me with her son. Because i wasn't a good environment to be around wasn't abusive by any means or anything like that but you know you don't want to raise a kid around someone. Unreliable lights at the thing was though is that i am crashing car. Three months before he was born and said okay. You know what i'm going to have but one of the wrong mindset. I want to get outta town like get away because barest. They just crashed the car. People knew it was four o'clock in the afternoon so people saw as reynolds had a golf course. Thousand people do this. I got to him. I got a kid out of town. But i went. There went my classes but Houses sixty other guys who just got their coping mechanisms taken away from. There's lots of testosterone somewhere jail. Some been abused some are angry. Summer depressed now is that it was kind of tough house to be n because people didn't know how to cope but in on a tell people i felt more normal than anywhere else because there guys just like you were struggling. I felt more comfortable in front of them. That if my friends always people on a pedestal ahead of me a you are worth more than i am so there i kinda just. I worked out twice a day. Eight a lot of food. And i went to the classes but when my i graduated or whatever chemo michael pitt looked at him and i told him this. Well my forever. You.
Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Blind Laughter" Interview & set with Alex Valdez Show #66 - burst 1
"Your partner jim. O'brien was with a different comic in a comedy duo cold of brian and severa and they had actually worked my club a couple times and then we the way i recall it us. Avera said hey. I don't wanna do this anymore. And my future's not in comedy. And then the next thing we knew it was o'brien vow dez and you guys were terrific together soon. And i think stronger than o'brien and severa. I don't want to step in any toes but that was my personal thinking. Did jim approach you about being his partner. Yes he did. Yes he certainly did and i wanna talk about a couple of things that you brought up their number one. Yeah jimmy and kenny were together for about eleven years. Oh yes. They had some really strong road. Experience day open for a lot of. They became very very popular on the college circuit. Remember back in the late seventies early eighties holidays were booking comedians. Right left to do concerts and being also booked on the open for major rock bands. You know right right. So so jimmy and kenny. They did a lot of that in the late seventies and early eighties. And then you're right. Can you decided to Jump out of comedy he had had enough. I think of the road and everything. And and maybe jimmy and then And thank you. Thank you and Well for all the comics that listened to your podcast they product to. They're they're they're rolling around on the floor right now and and jim approach to me and and jim really honestly approached me. He told me later he said you know. I'm the headliner right now. And if i go back to being a solo act on gonna step back and have the be a feature or an opener for a while. And i don't wanna do that but if i team up with a blind guy that may the team pretty unique and We can step right into headline so at that time i was just an opening up and you know every now and then i featured so i forget but so we really. Yeah you guys were goods but there was some marketing thought behind it Jim jim was trying to maintain his success path as a comedy duo in needed. Fill kenza veras position because you guys had already worked together. He was pretty aware of you and who you were. Because let's be honest for the podcast audience if you hadn't thought about it when you're comedy team that's actually more stressful than a marriage because you're not only sharing so much of your lives and and being blind just makes it exponentially harder but still It's it goes beyond the relationship because it's also business relationship and comedy teams. Don't historically last that long. Obviously there's a few that have done really well. You know a laurel and hardy and in some of the classics but in the modern comedy age there has not been a lot of comedy duos that lasted very long because of the difficulties and u. n. Jimmy made it last. I didn't realize it went till two thousand thirteen. That's a long
Gina Brown on the Invisibility of Women Living With HIV
"Jump right in so you found out that you were living with hiv about twenty seven years ago and at that time how much did you know about. Or how familiar were you with hiv. My knowledge of hiv was gay guys. I remember watching the evening news talking about it even before. They had a name for it and they were calling in grid and gay plague and but it only impacted gay people right so you wind. Gay you okay. I'm good or even if if you were a lesbian. They weren't talking about hiv and lesbians. They were talking about hiv engaged. Men so you still feel like you good. No one was talking about it with women only knew what i saw on the evening news. I remember once watching the guys go up to capitol hill and they on stretchers wheelchairs. And i'll walk. I was so scared. And they had a sign and the sign says silence was dead and stay with me although she is. Do you mind telling the story of when you were told about your diagnosis. Because i think it's an amazing example of what not to do. Oh my goodness dad. Day is seared in my mind. I think if i got alzheimer's i remember that day. I i got the phone call it. And then she'll phone call on april fools day. Hey prefers and to answer the phone. Lady a mask with jean. O'brien i said speaking. And she said hey. This is miss lonzo from charity hospital. And i laughed and i laughed because it was april fool's day and i thought it was one of my friends clam joke this lady. She finally convinced me that she was really from the hospital. And she said we need you to come in. We need to talk to you about one of your test results. And i said okay and and when i went the door was open. Scientists took my hand in untapped on the door and She said come in and when she commenced should never looked down never looked out and then finally sheets of paper. She put him in front of her face. And she said while you have aids and you're gonna die
WHAS 840 AM
"brien" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Oh, a radio Me on the bed, by the way, Yeah. Head of time to get your headphones. Go get your phone from the other studio. Nick. Nick Coffee is going to join us. Today. We carry the 7 90 morning. He thinks there's a conspiracy against him and his Children at restaurants. Oh, we talked about that. I want to talk to him about that. We will talk about that first or No. Come on top. Don't okay? This is like one big, happy family here. I do want to say we're gonna do about behind the music this day and music at the bottom of the hour. We also have comedian Alex Raymondo celebrating Cinco the mile with us. And then he owns the road. The number one country song on the charge, right? Alex Raimondo wrote the number one song here. I think I got adapter. You get it after. What is your What is your thing? He's so small. Why don't people take the adaptors off these freaking headphones? Man? Yes, Eminence must be a black market for those things or something. There's always a shortage, right? There's always one less adapter than headphones. Did you get it? Whoa! Right there. Yeah, that work. Is that work? Okay. All right. So you are you up? Is that microphone working? No, No, no. Don't try. That would have to work all this out in rehearsal. There is there. Are you sure it's all right. Um Just got this tweet just renewed my U of l season football tickets. There was a $10 football handling fee. I hope that goes towards preventing fumbles Next season. 10 solid tweet, Right? Especially credit. Oh, yeah, we'll be funnier if it wasn't so accurate. Exactly. That was the huge issue Team Brian Daniel. Well done, right, Brian Daniel. Bi Dan 29 tip of the cap. T O Brien Day. Yes, listen, so I'm walking. I'm walking. I'm Dr Yes, indeed. I'm driving in this morning. I'm listen to Nick Coffee. 7 90 wkrg. Okay. Yeah. And you're talking about you're talking about all the streaming service that you subscribe to, but how you enjoyed I'm the same way I enjoy it. But here You talked about subscribing to Peacock? Yes. How much was that? Non 99 a month. Okay. Are you crazy? Expensive. See, peacock. Oh, my God. Listen, here's why I ask Because I have been watching Peacock for the last three days. I just watched the ad based words free, so okay, that's free. Yeah, if you watch it all. Yeah, this Yes, it is. I think certain things are limited. But, yes, you could watch a lot of their content and just watch all their ads that place. Okay, I think he's worried. Nikki's right. Every everybody has a guilty pleasure that they get crucified over. I'm getting ready. Announced my role in some facts of life. Is that beat up over this way? I don't care. Nothing survives the questions be. Damn nothing surprises going shooting. At night. I like to watch murder, she wrote. Listen wrong with that. Well here we're sorry, but we were interviewing Senator Julie Rocky Adam. Yeah, Find out she likes it is, for example, last night on murder, she wrote. Ah, it was whatever her name is Angel Lansbury, but also Jack Conway, not Jack Conway. What's the guy's name is What's the guy's name for Greece, not Tim Conway. Your God. No, It's not. Bill Cox. All right. You're talking about Nikki from Greece. Oh, something Conway or whatever. He's Oh, that was Jeff Conaway cut away. He was a taxi. You were close. That was close. All right? Yeah, I can see right. Okay. So in this episode Jeff Conaway plays a guy that dresses up like a girl and sings..
Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
Is Mac Jones a Good Fit For the Patriots?
"But at some point in time whenever Mac Jones is ready, he is going to be able to operate the full facilities of the Patriots offense, which Cam Newton was never able to do last year, I don't care what was around him. Mac Jones is one of the most advanced. I didn't get a chance to ask Bill. This question in the press conference. I wanted to But Mac Jones is probably the most advanced college quarterback in terms of pre-snap checks reads, all this stuff. All the mental song that goes on at the line of scrimmage I have not seen or heard of a quarterback as advanced at Mac Jones in terms of what his level of experience is. And I think that it's just citing to me. It's probably exciting to Josh McDaniels. It's probably exciting to the Patriots that eventually at some point in time. Mac Jones is going to be able to do a lot of the stuff at the line Shack on. Brady could do. I'm not saying everything. I'm not saying that he is Tom Brady, but just to be able to say, all right, we see this defense, we're going to check out of this, this guy is Advanced Beyond almost all college quarterbacks you. You talk to people around the Alabama program, and they talk about how smart he is. They talk about how he's been teaching the Alabama offense, to Bill, O'Brien wage, Down there, so right? Just in terms of all that, that's a great basis and it's something that the Patriots lacked, whether it was Cam Newton or Jerry students. Did them coming from the Baylor offense home and the Auburn offense, Mac Jones can do everything that the Patriots need to have done at the line of scrimmage and that is a huge key component in this offense and they got a guy who can do that.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
A Rebuttal of the Most Recent Bitcoin Environmental FUD
"Listen i don't want to have to be reading this piece today in the same way that nick. Carter didn't wanna have to be writing it earlier. This week but mainstream media insists on continuing to peddle nonsense around the environmental impact of bitcoin and other parts of the crypto industry. So here we are today on long reads sunday. I'll be reading nick. Carter's peace on bitcoin. The gray lady embraces climate lysenko wisdom. How the new york times wields junk science in their attacks on bitcoin. I want to thank the formerly emma new york times. I read their latest article on bitcoin at five thirty. Am this morning. And i was immediately jolted into a state of alertness. No coffee needed their latest missive. On bitcoin's climate footprint is so poorly researched. That once i read it. I knew i had an immediate duty to push back. I've transcended resignation at this point. My current attitude is astonishment. I am simply amazed at the new york. Times published such shoddy work presumably. Someone at the new york times knows about bitcoin. Why would they put through such a week piece. did they not think it would face pushback. Here's the article in question in coin bases rise. A reminder crypto currencies us lots of energy. there's another equally in an article on. Nf from the same author. That i don't have time to get into but suffice to say the authors take on tees is woefully inadequate. The context here. Of course the new york times tried to take down coin base uber style by publishing hit piece after hippies on the company following see o'brien armstrong's commitment to keep the company focused on the core corporate mission advancing the usage of crypto currency and refusing to wade into any larry culture wars or political conflicts. Reasonable enough right. Not in. Current here is unforgivable. Crime of staying focused put a gigantic target. On coin basis back caused the nypd to direct considerable resources to tearing down the startup thankfully the nypd manifestly failed and was humiliated when coin bass rose above and had the most successful direct listing of all time yesterday and the third biggest public listing ever.
Americans Will Spend $15,000 on Lifetime Skincare
"New report from skin store dot com says americans will spend fifteen thousand dollars on skin care in their lifetime which is insane to me. I mean i believe it. I mean go buy a car no car by skin care. It's three hundred and twenty two dollars a year. The retailer is looking at trends Stats from retailers. And also google searches and things to determine the most popular products of the past year. A couple of other things that came out of this report which will link to a found that no big surprise here. Handcream was a huge trend this year. Because we've all been washing our hands so much the other one that jessen. I've dabbled into this year and talk to you about his face tools. One of the big trends of twenty twenty one. A lot of people o'brien face tools and the last thing i thought was kind of interesting was over the last five years. There's been a four hundred percent increase in interest in men's skin care
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"brien" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Road trip tonight against the Golden State Warriors tip off a 10 o'clock, according to the NFL. The official attendance expected for Super Bowl 55 this weekend in Tampa Bay is 25,000 fans. In 30,000 cut outs, the league will be providing Peopie kids for all fans in attendance that include masks and hand sanitizer. And the Bruins on the practice Eyes in Philadelphia today is they'll take on the Flyers tomorrow and Friday. Head coach Bruce Cassidy spoke today about the team's plan, and net too is going to start tomorrow. I'm not mistaking historically very good in Philly. He's going to play one of them this weekend. So might be the Friday so wouldn't be your one on one off, so to speak, But it would be to this week for him and to free our O Brien Antonelli WBZ Boston's news right now. 4 13 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes hasn't been that bad of a day on the roads, Michael No, The volume is certainly lighter than usual here for a Tuesday afternoon in the four o'clock our most highways a really good Ben here. I think we've got some news on the expressway. Let's get her WBC news radio road report. Well, you know, the expressways been in good shape most of the afternoon. The issue has been that ramp from the expressway North goes down on Morrissey Boulevard. That's because you've had the section of Morrissey Boulevard shut down between Malibu Beach and you ask Boston. That's the spot that usually get shut down when the tide gets wicked high. That's the worst Boston accent ever. Anyway. They're re opening Morrissey Boulevard as we speak so good news. They're the ramp for the North and Expressway should also open again shortly, and I'll never do that again. Kristen acting them operate. The WBC news radio road report. There we go. Things are good. Elsewhere. Route three along the South Shore is just fine. This afternoon that bottom into 1 20 eight's good and so our roots 24 95 south coming down from 93, Now up to the North and revere a section of Winthrop Parkway remains closed. Watch for those detours. Maybe that'll reopen soon, hopefully The upper end of 1 28 clear no incidents to report either way between Wall famine. Beverly That's good, of course, Rich three and 93 north. They're both decent up towards 4 95 downtown. It's really quiet this afternoon, Storrow Drive the O'Neill tunnels a leverage down ramp. They're all good. So is the mass turned by God of the Brute tunnel all the way out towards 4 95 and rude to his clear out through conquered in acting Mike Deputy busies Traffic on the three window world of Boston is the choice to make to save on energy pills every season. Beautify your home with award winning windows, doors, siding and roofing at guaranteed everyday, affordable prices. Visit Window world of Boston dot com. Now that's Window world of Boston. Dot com. We've got the clouds around tonight We will see some freezing drizzle some drizzles and showers of snow. All of that the possibilities we had through the evening temperatures gonna fall to below freezing pretty much everywhere so we could get a little bit of freezing and some slick spots on the roads Brisk and chilly clouds A few flurries tomorrow High 35 will be in the mid to upper twenties tomorrow night. With a couple of lingering flurries possible mostly sunny Thursday into the upper thirties and then Friday, we'll get into the low forties. Mostly cloudy later on in the day, a mixture of rain and snow looks like clearing skies for the start of the weekend Saturday. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 4.
Reflections On Atlanta Braves Legend Henry "Hank" Aaron
"I could talk about the dignity in the class of hank. Aaron the man the you've been being for an hour easily but i'm a numbers guy and so let me tell you what i did. After hank aaron died i navigated over to his page on baseball reference. And i don't know. I just be held the majesty of this man's career and it literally gave me goosebumps. The more i looked the more. I realized he was beyond great. He was at some other level. He wound up with nearly thirty eight hundred hits. And that's a lot of freaking hits. It's a thousand more history chipper jones. It's two thousand more hits than mark. Maguire it's more hits than johnny bench and hank greenberg got combined and they're both in the hall of fame so i think about all those hints and i think about those seven hundred fifty five homeless because that's two hundred more homes than mickey mantle. Two hundred it's more homers than edgar martinez and duke snider hit combined. And they're both in the hall. But the more i dug i found other cool stuff to hank. Aaron had double digit home run seasons at age twenty and age. Forty here the only three players who did that. Willie mays ted williams hank aaron. That's a pretty good. Start on a mount rushmore. Would you say and all those home runs. He hit for all those years. This never struck out one hundred times. Then there's total basis crushes. Everyone who ever played in total bases six thousand eight hundred and fifty. Six total bases isn't just a record. It's seven hundred. Twenty two more than stan. Musial was the next closest player in history. If stan musial had hit another one hundred and eighty home runs. He still wouldn't catch i karen and total basis. That's a lot of total basis. That's incredible hitter hank. Aaron was for two decades. So is it possible to be one of the greatest players who ever lived and still the underrated. After looking over hank aaron's numbers. I think it is my name. Is david o'brien cover the braves for the athletic. And there's only two guys that i've ever felt this aura around them and that was mohammed ali and hank. Aaron and hank aaron. How's interviewed him. The first time at spring training. I remember approaching him and it was just You know i've done this for thirty years. And it was feeling. I've had unlike any other athlete that i've ever approached but then he immediately just he smiled and was so warm that that fear or intimidation just as melted away. And you could not believe that you were talking to this. Superstar is genuine icon living in atlanta for twenty years You can't overstate the importance of hank. Air to this city and this region the south. I grew up in the south and hank aaron being a black man being the greatest one of one of the two or three greatest players of all time and to do what he did in the south and then living in atlanta and seeing hank aaron you know mementos anchor and tributes and see his name on buildings and streets and that kind of thing. I would argue that. There is no athlete. That is more important to a city than hanker and wants to atlanta. He was such a huge part of how the culture of the south has changed. I mean this is a city where you feel fide of being so much black acceptance here. Thanks a huge huge part of that. He helped pave the way for all these other black athletes and entertainers wanna come here to be here. Brian jordan know it was an all star with atlanta. Bryant said that The reason that he chose atlanta was hank. Aaron and was a boy idle here. He said a black kid growing up playing baseball hank. Aaron was the guy but it was an opportunity for me to meet my hair. The hope the opportunity is given so many kids today. Amazing dominique wilkins. Said hank was a big reason. That he came here was one of the first people. It's probably one of the most instrumental guys into getting me here in atlanta. But one for god like hank. I wouldn't been here. Was hanker went to ted turner and said hey you need to get this kid by any means necessary. He said people should give the roses while they're alive and that he's glad to see him getting them now but he said hank should have been put on a pedestal decades ago and he was right What are the things that i remember him saying is that you gotta set example for people to come at you. And how do you do that. You do the right way you doing about being Have miltie you do it by just doing the right thing and the right thing a lot of times. It's hard and a lot of guys. Young guys don't know how to do the right thing. As far as how they present themselves to people and how they get back to people so to give back experts that i've learned over the years has become from erin trampling. We don't see that much of that anymore today. And he lived in the same house that he bought when he came here in. Nineteen sixty six from the
Mojo In The Morning
Larry King Said He Wanted to Be Frozen
"Body on ice right now for years. He said he wanted to be frozen. Pulled this from an interview. He did with conan. O'brien awhile back when you die. It's by baby right right lights out. Saudi only hope only fragment of hope is to be frozen and then some day they cure whatever you died of and your back taxes is said he had some conversations with larry king about this idea as well so larry king actually confided years ago to me that he actually didn't believe in an afterlife so he wanted to keep his body alive and he found cryopreservation offered him that possibility
Bernie and Sid in the Morning
How Lawrence Harvey Zeiger Became Larry King
"Harvey My dad's name. Zeder in Brooklyn, New York, Laurence Harvey is eager to try and he started his radio career at a very small station in Miami Beach. And needless to say, his boss didn't love the name Lawrence Zeder. So if you understand how he became Larry King. Here's how the story went courtesy of Conan O'Brien. Now King is not your real last name. Is that right? What is your real Last name? Gi Girl was born with the name Lawrence Harvey's Iger's e E I g e R And I got the name King. In a funny way. My first day on the radio, all my life I've dreamed of being underrated. This was my I never want to be anything else but a broadcaster finally get hired A small station Miami Beach. Finally, my dreams come true. Get a job. Gonna start Monday morning is a disc jockey and all weekend. I'm nervous on practicing and it's quarter to nine small radio station general manager Close me and he says, Well, you're ready. I said, I'm ready. This is your big day. You're starting radio. I was 22 years old. Yes, This is what name you going to use my says Larry Zeiger, he said you can't use it. That's a wise Well, it's ethnic people won't know how to spell it. They won't remember it. I said, Well, what? Whoa! I'm nervous enough. And he had the Miami Herald Open. I was an ad for Kings wholesale liquors. On. He said. Wait a minute. That's what the air was. Kings Wholesale liquors 1925 Walden Road, Huh? Says, Why don't you take Larry King? So you're named after a sale on booze? I am there grow vast liquors there. Wow. Could have been Larry Wholesale letter. I know that could've been you see, Accepted. What Worse He's right. He could have been a lot of words. Andy, you know I love you. I love you. Do not break and you know, you know why your career hasn't bounced for because you would have named the guy Larry, Larry and I tell you, and that would have been funny for a week. There's about they would never, ever. That would shut ins that would have made me the Here are their hero, but they never would have been a Larry's wholesale liquor live 10th anniversary. Very
The Paul Finebaum Show
Former Texans coach Bill O'Brien announced as Alabama's offensive coordinator
"Put finished putting staff together in. The big name is bill. O'brien yes why are you. What does that name seem familiar. Because he was the replacement at penn state for joe. Paterno did a great job there. He's been the head coach of the texans and He is now officially nick. Saban's offensive coordinator. There's been a lot of changes on the alabama staffer recent years coordinators have come and gone but the winning continues day. Ball to o'brien both from the of course the nfl. Jeremy pruitt to pete golding offensive line. Doug marrone he's are familiar name from the nfl former head coach of other names as well. That's to seventeen to twenty one. A lot of changes to say the least meanwhile at mizzou the highly
History That Doesn't Suck
80: Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus: A History - burst 1
"It's july eighteen. Ninety seven and inquisitive eight year old girl with bright eyes and curly hair named virginia. O'hanlon has a question. It's consumed this. Youthful new yorkers mind for some time now she studied. It asked her friends about it yet. Definitive proof remains elusive. Still she must know. Is there a santa claus. Virginia is now so distraught. She's even willing to go to an adult. Who though trusted is one whom few children ever wished to discuss. The veracity of chris cringle. Yeah she's going to ask her father.
Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
Show #45 "2 Acts 85' Style" Jay Leno, and O'Brian & Valdez - burst 2
"I hate dealing with the phone because they act like your parents. If you break your phone they try to teach you a lesson by making you stay in one day next week. Broke your phone. You're grounded friday between nine and five. What time we'll be there young man. You just sit and wait. The true story iphone breaks. Make an appointment. Get it fixed on wednesday all day. Wednesday. nobody comes thursday. I'm real mad. I call from the paper. Says we couldn't get out to your house yet. Tried to reach you but apparently your phone is animal says. Can you fix the phone. We'd be home thursday instead you'll be home. Thursday between nine and five thursday comes up at eight o'clock. I'm standing at the front door for seven hours. Waiting for this guy finally four thirty. I can't take long ago in the bathroom for two minutes out. There's no one on the door. Sorry we missed
Mac OS Ken
Apple Stores Moving To Express and Store Front Pickup
"Apple is doing the holidays. Twenty twenty style. That does of course mean being there to serve while staying the heck away from the people at serving nothing personal strictly cove add michael steeper at nine to five. Mac says close to half the apple stores in the states have transitioned to express storefront pickup to give you an idea of how fast this has gone before. The iphone twelve launch in october senior. Vp of people and more people deirdre. O'brien sent apple planned to have fifty stores. Worldwide converted to express pickup by the end of october. By the end of november. Steiber says one hundred twenty. Five of the company's two hundred seventy stores in the states alone had made that move but wait. There's more outside of the. Us deeper says expressed storefronts have replaced. Walk in shopping at fifteen about bulls twenty stores in france nine in italy. Eight and spain two in the netherlands and one in switzerland. Nearly every apple store in the u. k. is currently limited to click and collect pickup of online orders and half a dozen locations in canada offer a mix of express service and storefront pickup. If you're buying from apple and you know what you want probably best to shop online this season