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Making Nathans Famous
"Decided to even out his it, he's got its July, fourth, two thousand hundred. The Sun is beating down on the corner of Surf. Instill will avenues. We're in Coney Island. New York that legendary playground with its beach and boardwalk in my favorite, the cyclone, this huge wooden roller coaster, thousands of people are packed together is locked on a bright blue stage from five four three. We are off for the one hundred. Of the Nathan's famous hotdog, eating contest Joey Chestnut Amanda Pete. If you follow the world of competitive or at least the annual hotdog eating contest, you probably know the name Joey Chestnut. Athlete Nans. Legend he's dominated the scene for more than ten years. Just take it from the reporters at ESPN has changed the game because of his dedication physically. Chest. Taken up. In Our What's? Flow is much more. This is what chestnut does for a living. He trains for this. He's made hundreds of thousands of dollars stuffing his face with food. Chicken Wings shrimp cocktail, glazed donuts and this year. It looks like it's paying off joey chest. With seventy seconds left and sixty five hotdogs and buns. No starts Jordan right now. He's the go go. The people are starting to call other great. The like Michael. Jordan is Joey Basketball Brady Joey of football after ten minutes of intense gut busting competition. It's no surprise who wins. It's A. Dozen Twelve at night. Thanks for the twelfth time, Chestnut will take home. The Grand Prize from Nathan's famous hot dog, eating contest, the mustard belt, and on the fourth of July. What could be more all American than the hotdog? From business insider? This is brought to you by. Brand, given crush brands stories you. Don't I'm Charlie grooming? McDonalds! People Fire Up. Do Brill's for Classic Summer Barbecue. We take a look inside that most mysterious of meets the hotdog. What's inside is the stuff of legend, but when it comes to one in particular, the one sold at Nathan's famous, it's got a lot to do with America underdogs and huckster international rivalries and good old fashioned American dreams the good, the bad and the ugly of this country stuff through me grinder organs and all. Today producer Julia press checks out the hot dog stand and the country that she did. Stay with us. Each fourth of July, as fireworks light up the night sky, red, white and blue flags fly overhead Americans scarf down hotdogs, one hundred and fifty million of them to be exact. That's if you take the national hot dog and Sausage Council at its word, but like most American traditions. In fact like America itself, the hot dog is what it is because of immigrants, and it really made its name. Thanks to one man in particular. Here's producer Julia Press. Nathan's famous hot dogs was started by one Guy Nathan hand worker. He's not alive anymore, so I spoke to his grandson. My grandfather had no schooling whatsoever. You didn't spend one day in his life. In a school Lloyd hand worker has made a documentary and a book about Nathan's famous and the story of the guy who started. Mazen, hand worker was. Extremely poor immigrant from Poland who lived the American dream? He was one of thirteen kids. They were extremely poor. To add. When he was growing up. Only you know how to add two plus two Nathan. Story is about as classic as they come as a kid back in Poland. He'd worked in a bakery for a couple of years and he'd learned that food service jobs were pretty smart. Move if you didn't WANNA. Go hungry so when he arrived in New York in nineteen twelve. Is this right and nineteen year old? He Got A. A job as a dishwasher at a restaurant in the city called Max's busy, he learn English and maxes by repeating what the customer said, basically just hearing what they said, and just trying to repeat it without even knowing what it meant soon, he started working weekends as a role slicer at a place called Feldman's this enormous restaurant on the coney island boardwalk, even back then coney island was the sort of urban escape. For the cost of just a subway ride, immigrants could get away from the tenements of the industrializing city and find themselves at a beach, an amusement parks. Many of them set up small businesses. They're hoping to make it big. Dog Is an immigrant foot, right? Immigrants sold lamb grits. Bruce Crag is an emeritus Professor at Roosevelt University who specializes in food history in particular, the history of the Hotdog, the earliest written evidence we have for his from New York Cody.
"brill" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The subject close now that Brill thinks he can sneak in here like a thief in the night it it just call me cattle I'm the candle lit was being called black by that off over there I won't use me that will be all Harry yes static by Mister brown you goodbye hello good what do you mean poor girl if you've come here to get my goal on the contrary I was good it's not a gold I'm at it's an English teacher I've got my eye on an English teacher this is war all is good I lost my phone to I don't know what you're talking about I'm talking about Mr Faizi no good if like a math teacher okay you've got pain but I am going to get the best English teacher at Madison miss Constance Brooks miss Brooks what made you pick her up I'm attracted to a syntax very interesting real but altogether impossible task why should miss Brooks want to work for any other principle which is used to the benevolent tender warm hearted guidance of a person like myself and that's one of the things I'm depending on another one is a secret weapon all is good you'll find out all about it when it's too late secret weapon what secret weapon aids is secret out as good but believe me it's going to work Jason you're being absolutely childish resent the remotest possibility of miss Brooks making any such ridiculous changes you suggest there isn't that I know there is a little because I don't want to be an old I told you so but that's just what they said right people Jack Benny switch to CVS.
Los Angeles - Bissell House Bed & Breakfast Donates All Their Rooms to Frontline Doctors
"Bed and breakfast in south Pasadena is doing its part to help doctors and first responders during the pandemic this is going to be tough for for everyone by sentiment and let's let's close down let's stop being even available for new bookings will harm an ounce Bissell house B. and B. and with the pressure on doctors who fear going home from the hospital and affecting family he's decided they should have a place to stay in the meantime we are offering our services exclusively to front line response from my doctors since we're a small boutique property we can how's everybody my heart goes out to them I wish we could but we're more we're going to be a housing doctors I see you at the parks department doctors this is for as long as it is is they can benefit from out and out no cost whatsoever that's right you heard it free of charge he says he'll do it for a few months or longer if they have to he adds as far as cleaning the B. and B. they are working with the hospitals collaboration to follow the standards the healthcare field is set up Bob Brill can extend seventy newsradio
"brill" Discussed on Iron Advocate
"Right, so that's how I feel best to win the case and do my best like you said others get their edge by saying listen I can't be friendly with the prosecutor I can. I must hate that person in order to get the edge and you know I- analogize it to like an athlete when I watch sporting events I feel good when I see in the middle of a play both you know one teammate on from one team sort of shaking hand helping the other guy up hugging the other player anyway that to me is how a most effective as describing there too is. In my experience as a trial lawyer and the court is a is, it is analogous to sports, says a flow to it. That if your Gosh, you presents enough. and. You're out of your way out of your head into something else. A flow can be president yes. Yes, I mean I heard. Springsteen give you an interview? Once about him on stage? And he said the minute he started thinking about what you're doing up there. It's all over. You know. End End So yet Maybe. That's kind of an out of body or a mindfulness I don't know, but it's just Yeah, is it allows me to be more of a an effective? Sue the I'll tell you that over the years. Obviously you know listeners may know Jeff. Friends forever and have this ongoing sort of daily dialogue. For the last twenty five years almost every day about practice and one of the things. I've definitely aren't from from Jeff Is. He will compare his experience playing basketball, you know. He played at U. Penn College and the flow of the game. Yes, he will use says analogy to when you really find that now. As young public defenders believe me, we would necessarily find it, but but we have, and you just described it really. I mean sports keeps me going for sure witnessing games where it looks like a blowout, and then somehow the other team come back How do you not get motivated by that romantic idea that that it's possible in? You can come back. And it's always possible. So I WANNA I wanNA transition a little bit to sort of how we. How we would you tell wall students, because would you're doing and have done personally professionally? Is You know is is really A. Testament to to your strength, a life well-lived a career. You know that you've excelled at. Quip for that. There's another little piece you your musician also. Yes, you briefly tell us about that. Yeah, so started playing. Piano Young. The parents trying to make me take lessons I took lessons for a little bit, and then maybe like every kid didn't practice, parents got man stopped lessons, but like a lot unlike a lot of kids I kept playing I enjoy playing and I. think that's how you get. Better and so I kept going. started to join bands in high school and college, and then tried to actually run of it after college in before law school, so I took a gap year in toward around with a seven piece horn band which was amazing. And then, of course you know reality set in. The in Moscow was was calling Christian. Musicians would never ever do that the Jewish with. Tell you that you either have to be all in or not I. Mean if you're. A musician on the side. I think ultimately does the does the music of? Does that factor into how you control stress whether Sikorsky or other ways the Oh? Gosh, yes, I mean listening and playing any musician out there while any lawyer out there..
"brill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Change Bob Brill can extend seventy twos radio look at the South Carolina primary coming up at the bottom of the hour eleven twenty five now we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the finance is going to the freeways with Jeff Biggs well we have a delta right now in Downey five north bound at lake with this is a brand new three car injury crash that is blocking lanes and this is already kind of a heavy pocket because a little bit before that to little bit the south of that in Norwalk in the five southbound approaching the six oh five yet a couple of S. U. V.'s get together and they're blocking the middle lanes trying to get that over the right shoulder some good news downtown one ten north bound at exposition that two car crash has been cleared of the right shoulder and taken off of the freeway so you're moving again as you make your way downtown not so in Pasadena this is been a mess now for about forty five minutes to ten east bound at fair oaks this is now a single word the carpool lane is closed is shut down because they're trying to clean up part of the fence that fell down from the freeway overpass into the carpool lane and caused over a dozen flat tires so the CHP is trying to get that taken care of and then appear problems have just popped up in the valley first of all Sherman oaks what a one connector to the four oh five this is a two car crash one of the cars in the fast lane what is in the slow lane and then in van Nuys a little bit beyond that four or five south batted victory this is a two car crash that has moved to the right shoulder the next report coming up at eleven thirty five I'm Jeff Biggs with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio we're expecting a big drop in temperatures tomorrow and we're going to have on and off light showers temperatures only from the low fifties to the low sixties mostly cloudy.
Lawyers say new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandal
"Information is backing actress Lori Loughlin's claiming her fight with the government over the college admissions scandal attorneys for full house actress Lori Loughlin and her husband are sporting new evidence which they say should clear them in the college admissions scandal which rocked the nation the lawyers say prosecutors provided the defense without written by the admitted ringleader the cheating scheme which support the couple's claim they believe their payments were legitimate donations not bribes they charge government with holding back evidence which would have cleared the couple they're accused of paying a half million dollars of the scheme to get their kids in the U. S. C. under false pretenses Bob Brill can extend seventy
Early voting starts in L.A. County, with some hiccups reported
"Singer all right let's focus now on southern California where voters in LA and orange counties who want to cast ballots before election day on March third can now do so new vote centers vote centers not precincts but vote centers open this morning and they will open every day through election day Orange County register until Kelly tells kat acts this is a very different experience in voting at your traditional precinct thirty eight vote centers total throughout the county will be open for seven days and then next Saturday will be opening another one hundred and fifty people in both counties can also vote by mail if they don't have time to stop by voting centers open I'll turn out over the last week is up almost thirty five percent over twenty sixteen so that's any indication and there's a lot of interest in the selection that we are preparing for a larger turnout you can vote at any voting center in the county in which you live you don't have to go to the one that's just in your neighborhood one voting center open today for instance at the Union Station in LA and all over the Fairplex in Pomona where refreshments were being served but the rollout for early morning didn't go super smooth the Los Angeles county KNX got calls from people who said they either had problems voting or could not vote a spokesman for the county elections division agreed things did not happen like they wanted one of the problems was the security passes which authorize the voting machines to be up and running they didn't arrive Michelle Pugh said she asked for a paper ballot with the machines were up and was told they didn't have those either I called the county registrar's office and they said that I should have been given a paper ballot at that location so I have a feeling this may be going on throughout the county the county official speaking on background said they were fixing the issues and expect things to be running more smoothly as time goes by and with the voting period running more than a week with nearly one thousand polling stations opened now they will open seven hundred more on election day K. next reached out to the secretary of state's office but they declined to talk to us Bob Brill can extend seventy
Racehorses..are they ridden & raced too young?
"Horse racing and California still controversy older in the state of a hundred and fifty horses a year or die are there on the track in the stable among the calls to ban racing are those who say horses race too young that they're just babies some studies show that's not the case among those who study racehorses want more controls are doctor David Rainey who tells KNX it's not necessarily the age factor not just as simple as a racing to ya this is drugs could probably be eliminated because speeds in times haven't changed in a hundred years different therapies and medications affect others join the horse is a whole lot of good this is part of the problem lies within his own profession the business end of the sport and medicine wheel we're in kind of supersedes all other considerations and if you're part of that it's hard not to get caught up in it he cites the ties between steroids in baseball having more controls definitely needed to support the level of attrition we have to put up with right now latest reports show one hundred forty four racing deaths in the state for the fiscal year Bob Brill can extend seventy
Astronaut Christina Koch lands back on Earth after a record-breaking 328 days in space
"Five astronaut Christina Koch is back on earth after three hundred twenty eight days in space that Soyuz spacecraft carrying her into other astronauts from the international space station landed this morning in Kazakhstan last December she broke the record for the longest single space flight by a woman and conducted the first all female space walk with fellow NASA astronaut Jessica Mier speaking with CBS news space consultant Brill Harvard she talked about the importance of achieving these milestones milestones are important and I think they're important for a couple reasons one is they get the conversation going about where we are the state of the art in humans exploration people might hear about that and then people that may not have realized where we were kind of in that broad spectrum of exploring space he kind of tune in and pay attention and then the second aspect of that is inspiration I think some people draw inspiration from milestones in from things that they've seen someone work hard to achieve so I hope that those two things together out reach an inspiration make it worth all the talk about these different things that we've had the honor to do long stay in space of hers will allow researchers the opportunity to observe the effects of long duration space flight
Horse racing closely being looked at in California
"Public public opinion opinion can can be be a a powerful powerful thing thing Bob Bob Brill Brill of of radio radio dot dot coms coms KNX KNX in in Los Los Angeles Angeles as as it it seems the public is taking a new look at a horse racing in California well the topic of horse racing doesn't sound I need in the past fourteen months is brought up it seems everyone knows about the forty plus forces who died this is despite the fact about two hundred horses died California tracks each year which is down from a decade ago the situation at Santa Anita has been the catalyst Mike Martin spokesman for the state racing board and once it's under the public's attention now it's saying there even the district attorney look into criminal charges but file done despite a report which showed a lot of drugs used on horses a senior VP Kathy Guillermo and we know from so many new crops is done over the decades that these injuries can be masked by the legal medication that we take sort of and dog racing in the call banned horse racing here is growing louder
"brill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Bob Brill can extend seventy newsradio some teachers who claim they were coated in jet fuel a pilot dump fuel on the way back to LA acts of filed a lawsuit against delta airlines they say they're worried about their long term health the lawsuit alleges the delta pilot dumped thousands of pounds of jet fuel over the city of color Hey without regard to the health and welfare of the people below and that that jet fuel rain down on kids and teachers at Park Avenue elementary school and I started feeling the mist coming down and I was in disbelief that teachers rush to get the children back inside but how did the kids react complete panic they were screaming and crying attorney Gloria Allred says the teachers that jet fuel on their clothing their skin in their noses and mouths and they're worried that the exposure to win and Jeff section of jet fuel might produce serious health consequences in the future but the chairman of the chemistry department at U. S. C. doctor Serena Prakash tells K. an axe jet fuel may irritate your skin or make you cough but otherwise it's not harmful long term effect on the human body is minimal he says if you get some on your skin you just wash it off with soap and water in the mid Wilshire John Baird KNX ten seventy newsradio the south coast AQ India slap the airline with a formal notice of violation for doubling the fuel their regulators accuse delta of causing a public nuisance hell is all this hospital is getting ready to close and councilman Mitch feral wants to see if the city can take over and turn it into an acute care facility for homeless people with drug and mental health issues the timeline is now I think that's a Medical Center a such a close on January twenty seventh a bankruptcy court approve the closure plan last week if it's going to close and we don't have a buyer and it may not remain operating as a hospital I want to explore the possibility of re purposing the entire Medical Center including the three hundred sixty six beds that are there the the medical building which is a a really large building and take a look at what we could do in terms of helping address our homelessness crises the C. E. O. of Verity health system which on Saint Vincent said in an email we are talking to many interested people but he declined to comment on a possible takeover by the city it's unclear how much that might cost but Fairless confident it would be much cheaper to convert hospital rooms and to build new supportive housing which city audit says can cost more than half a million dollars per unit at city hall put your best Utah KNX ten seventy newsradio we've got a crash in Seattle on the waterways traffic in for but it's it's seven eleven get a whole new perspective on.
California sues over Trump plan to open land to fracking
"California has sued the trump administration nearly seventy times and state Attorney General hobby your best Serra is going after the administration again this time over fracking we are suing the trump administration once again for acting as if they are above the law the bureau of land management plans to open millions of acres of federal lands in California the oil in gas drilling including the controversial practice of hydraulic fracking services over years ago a court ruled if the BLM wants to do this we must consider the dangers posed to California's living nearby but they haven't fully considered fracking environmental dangers and they haven't taken a hard look as the court requested at the evidence but there is this is more to it the state of California is it looking to introduce any more smart anymore water pollution anymore greenhouse gas emissions or any further risk of earthquakes environmental groups filed a similar lawsuit in Los Angeles federal court earlier this week Bob Brill can extend seventy
Joe Burrow wins 2019 Heisman Trophy
"Tonight but once upon a time he was Joey borough that was back in Athens high school he's now Joe burrow and he is the Heisman Trophy winner from Louisiana State University the unbelievable story we're gonna talk tonight and we welcome in Dave Burke he knows all about Joe burrow when he was Joey borough Dave how are you tonight doing great as always merry Christmas and happy new year coming soon but that's a great night Arnold who loves Ohio high school football as a Heisman Trophy winner another one Joe we borrow also calling you Ali but a great young man and so happy for him and his family his father giving in Islam robin great family and not had a chance to get to know all over several years and it was great to watch after nine see that that he was a landslide blocked landslide victory of the Heisman Trophy absolutely and you posted a story on my Facebook page a flashback from Joey to Joe Berle Heisman finalist and dog you remember him you went to see him play when he was in Athens high school yeah there's a lot of talking I had received a call from a good part of my job McAllister who's been scouting live wire since the late eighties and Hey if you had a chance to see the kids out of that happened jelly part and I know he goes and I love you don't seem tell me what you think and also Scott reed myself we'd we drove a little over two hours away from top level I wonder about people I don't want to be playing merry and bright within a playoff game in two thousand the liberties out thirteen you know I came away an actual doctor who high school quarterback I've ever evaluated not as chicken you know I've been doing this a long time and you know when I sit there and look back at the film that I recorded that night and the things that I saw was a lot of things you're seeing now in college arms down even stronger than what it was in high school but that decision making doing progressive he he he would really not just the first problem that's what you see a lot of times and he's got a high school quarterback the place called they're going to the first option yeah he would actually do bill progressions back in high school and the pay is sold me about Joey bro what they lost a playoff game I usually do not go in interview kids after they've lost I always give them that their time but we've driven like it's over two hours first time you get a chance to see him I just need to get a phone number and I will update the one about you just looking to get the numbers I call you and they will respond as gang anything I'll talk to you and we we did the interview that I have posted on first our football report dot com did you know he'd been in luckily I I you know he's a young man who was very humble what you see tonight when he was awarded the Heisman Trophy in his speech tell you this is the type of kid I met back in two thousand thirteen and I don't suppose the night a direct message we joined back in in December two thousand thirteen and I tell kids all time during the day you have to dream big because here the young man in December on December eighteenth two thousand thirteen all almost your four days away sent me a message because he he didn't really get any attention recording and I do not worry about it it's going to happen because I I would that possibly he was a great quarterback and the thing was is recruitment wow you know I heard you earlier in the show a lot of offers they did pick up one of the ones who did not recruit him what the brass which that one call the night on TV you don't know the story dad played across the coast right and the price that he has older brothers that also played in Nebraska that was kind of like his dream school growing up yeah and but it did you know that never happened in fact you know interesting story with the Ohio state coach Herman leaves Ohio state takes the job in Houston and that one call to that Nebraska coach back comes to Ohio state rumors since moving out to be done by urban Meyer and the Buckeyes coaches that went back came in because Joey star the option of going elsewhere and schools trust me it by that time we're taking serious interest and the one with the team up north but joined the true he he wants to be an Ohio state Buckeye and the circumstances leading to unless you just you know competitiveness yeah wanted to have a chance to show what he could do and you know a close been using America too yeah so you know it great story everyone should be you know who follows a high school football should be just enjoy here the young man you know who was Mr football stayed awhile we just saw that right here in Cincinnati after many many years without a crater winning it but lunch chili borough now it is just a pleasure and I'm happy to speak with a young man happy for family your right to OJ Burke deploys the toughness the OB gosh you're going through the progressions and the accuracy the show and the tough this when he does run with the football in hanging tough in the pocket man he's got to he's got it all in you know people one thing I took away from you know you saw and I talk about his alignment he always talked about his teammates yeah he had power around even after the holiday his senior year they made it to the state championship game and lost to the legal central Catholic and I think that's what people really realized how how the jelly wise because that game was no joy property had found Rowntree Williams is a high school teammate who Jack also cost at all are you Jesse Williams just finished up his career northwestern there's a couple plans were tied into our our planning at all have you so there was more time around him at the high school level than people gave the that part of the country or any of the state of Ohio credit for and they took the big stage and our stadium up to the state change of games senior year and they came very close to winning a state title so I'm excited I think everyone else's you know who's seen the story unfolded in very excited tonight and I'm just you know like I fall from a post it with the twenty people who voted change young yeah one but I yeah great player great player a great future as well so I think there's your vitamin show you how college only was what he did as far as the season and I expect big things out of it going forward not just on the football field but off the field as well absolutely day Burke with this talking no Joey burl and just a phenomenal story Cinderella story one from Ohio state back up to L. issue the starter and now the Heisman Trophy winner and dot band to read about his family history of Brill it's a story story family history and you're just so happy for the guy to be able to reach this level he's going to go on and be up number one draft pick from some team who knows hello hi go you could go number one so we'll see what happens there but just yeah just so happy for him and and then eager to see what happens at the next level for
"brill" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"But others had a harder time finding their feet without the structure community and commodity of the Brill building. I think in some ways. The Brill building. Songwriters didn't always realize how great their music was awesome. And maybe that's something that Don. Kirshner almost made them feel in a way after all it was in Kirchner's financial interest to make his writers field dependent upon him. We never thought the songs we wrote. We're GONNA GONNA be standards or they're going to be talked about twenty years later. You know. Those songs will be here one hundred years. That's Diane Warren. She's one of the most prolific songwriters alive today and has written number one hits for artists like selene. Dion aerosmith and Brandy in my world. That's I appeal to me of of great pop songwriting. Those were just the best. You know the best songs and songwriters of all time. Warren grew up listening to Brill building. Music as a kid in the nineteen sixties and a help set her on the path to becoming a songwriter. I feel like even now. I almost carry on that tradition. I have a little cubicle. I go to every day I I just don't have don kirshner outside my door. Saying right me ahead. You know I do that to myself today. Half of the Brill building is leased by the startup. We work work. It's a workspace for GIG economy freelancers who don't have a company office they can go to. And that's kind of how pop songwriters operate these days to MHM instead of a centralized building there in home studios collaborating online. You don't have to worry about someone banging on the piano in the cubicle next door But something else might be lost. There was a camaraderie that made you right so politically back. Then look us. I mean it felt good even when things were going on it still felt good. You know it was feeling it was a general feeling was terrific to me. I almost didn't think of it as a publishing company when I look back at a school. It was a great school for songwriters..
"brill" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"As kids in the fifties. They were also shaped by some major news. Stories happening close to home. If you were of that age you were deeply affected by two important important events that touch Brooklyn. This is truly an historic day in Jersey City. A twenty seven year old Negro named Jackie Robinson is playing his first game for the dodgers farm club. First of all was the integration of baseball by Jackie Robinson playing for the Brooklyn dodgers that was an important landmark in racial consciousness in America and they were at the epicenter of that. Secondly was the execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Julius Rosenberg and Morton Hobo convicted of repealing atomic secrets to the Russians and her the federal building in New York to hear their doom the rosenbergs were executed in nineteen fifty three for spying on behalf of the Soviet Union. So defenders thought that they were victims of anti Semitism and cold war hysteria. Those events expanded their their racial consciousness awareness and also their political earnest's contests they were also picking up on on musical and cultural cues from the city around them. This was the height. The absolute peak of Puerto Rican migration to the United States. Emerson says that these young Jewish New Yorkers would have been hearing Latin music everywhere the second album debt. The Great Tito Puente it was Tito Puente live grocers the famous Jewish resort in the catskill.
4 million gallons of raw sewage spill onto Laguna Beach
"Official sentry so large sewage spill in Orange County to a Laguna beach golf course the closure local beaches could last for days it was four million gallons worth of raw sewage spilled from Newport beach down the Dana point San Clemente and it is nasty the responsible for the beach closures to keep that public health safe and you're the most important thing that I'd like to stress is individuals need to avoid contact with the water in the in the affected areas due to the danger of exposure to untreated sewage county health officer to call quick telling can X. this could take days to make safe not only this but warnings have been posted to stay away for the beach anyway due to the rain standard so that what you need to the store but with a significant amount of rain we had issued that actually before even the best image stealth this of course is also due to possible raw sewage runoff Bob Brill can extend seventy
Study warns helmets don’t offer full protection on slopes
"If you are going to be heading to the local mountains or ski or snowboard areas there is a new warning you should be aware of this study cautions helmets do not provide complete protection for skiers and snowboarders from a surgeon from Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center look to ski injuries over an eight year period they found skiers wearing helmets were less likely to have skull fractures but were more likely to suffer severe injuries including bleeding in the brain researchers believe the discrepancy could be due to the fact skiers wearing helmets were more likely to take risks on the slopes or were more experienced and that's likely to ski more difficult trails the study's authors said they want to take a closer look at the issue in part because over the last decade head injuries have doctor Klein despite a doubling in the rate of helmet use Bob Brill cannot since seventy
Study warns helmets don’t offer full protection on slopes
"If you're going to be heading to the local mountains to ski or snowboard there's a new warning that you should be aware of this study cautions helmets do not provide complete protection for skiers and snowboarders from a surgeon from Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center well to ski injuries over an eight year period they found skiers wearing helmets were less likely to have skull fractures but were more likely to suffer severe injuries including bleeding in the brain researchers believe the discrepancy could be due to the fax gears wearing helmets were more likely to take risks on the slopes or were more experienced and thus likely to ski more difficult trails the study's authors said they want to take a closer look at the issue in part because over the last decade head injuries have doctor Klein despite a doubling in the rate of helmet use Bob Brill cannot since
Angels decline to comment on report of Tyler Skaggs' drug abuse
"It may be a case of what did they know and when did they know it in the aftermath of the death of angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs still officials deny they knew of Tyler Skaggs drug abuse of that anyone in the organization was supplying those are costs to the young pitcher who was found dead in a hotel room in July the ESPN reports cite sources who say at least two team officials knew the drug use involving opioids and one of them told T. A. investigators he actually supplied the era que reportedly told the D. E. A. he often supply the illegal drugs to Skaggs even took part on occasion that includes several bill shortly before the pitcher di okay is been in and out of rehab VA is involved because Fenton was found in the agency traces the often deadly drug to see where it came from okay the team's communications director is currently on paid leave Bob Brill can extend seventy
Blizzard sues Sina Games for blatant Warcraft rip-off Glorious Saga
"I didn't reports that one point one million viewers tuned into watch classic and i was one of those dreamers what they're able to get in. I was playing games starting valid issues so reports that not only has been trending on twitter instead of the usual political out there but the stock for activism blizzard rose by six percent at its peak so there have been long queues release on the larger rooms. There's even some queue queuing queues august twenty. Seventh wizard changed how they were showing one. I sources said that even a medium server was giving them a long queue after update. We'll have to wait. I mean probably longer than five our cues to see how it pans out so pleasure to increase the maximum players a lot in classrooms adding new realm since launch. One thing that bush is doing to alleviate cues is a new service called wild prime or the order. You are verified by the higher party you get in the clus accused. Has you have less time hammed experience classic both in the normal day and age because statistically many the older age have already experienced classic already on launch day once they got the game. It was actually a really cool hectic experience. There were hordes of players camping mobs. Even on the alliance and in some places people were lining up to take on specific quest mobs or pick up an item for quests very civil even vendor set up a certain line cues players are willing and he starting hughes after waiting in queues to get in. There's been race for world. I classic event method got beat joker. D got the love of sixty with three hundred thousand viewers according to icy veins and champion reports that apes on janice e._u. Have claimed a world first and nick kill before we go. I want to switch it up. Do shockers reports that enough fishing license overwatch case for the nintendo switch. I showed up on amazon was on the few fortnight's before bliss con. Were you may see and overwatch switch announcement and allowed reports that yami will be releasing to warcraft branded phones. The news came to same auto reports that balloonists suit sina games was making glorious saga a mobile game that was ripping off water warcraft and as reported later on that glorious saga was shut down. All of this could mean that maybe blizzard is getting the mobile market ready for mobile wow or at least a mobile welcome pitney game with more features hopefully than the current painting up with that. I think it's time i'm free to stop the broadcast back in the classic place more just know if you go to brill the relegates deltas are very unreliable even for quest to find him. Maybe they're scared of me on the next time be awesome. The francis report is a fan podcast covers blizzard games. We are not affiliated with blizzard. Take us expressed by the hosts and guests
"brill" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"And be successful? He's not listening to you and he's doesn't have your interests at heart. My name is Tim gosar. David gosar grace. Gosar Joan goes gosar Jennifer gosar pogo SARS my brother, my brother and I endorse Dr real doctor bureau wholeheartedly endorsed Dr. David Brill for congress. I, I mean, I, I'm a shamed of those people that's put phthalic that is really pathetic. And they made a couple of there's another commercial too. If you wanna hear that one, I don't know. I do wanna reef not just the second perhaps, but I do wanna hear that what I mean think about that six of his nine siblings. Yeah, and that's all political right there. Right. Exactly. It's just his different ideological spin on things. If he cares about insightful water-treatment what. All right. So you're coming after your brother and voting and supporting his opponent because of his water policies. Seriously, if he cared about children, he would agree with you on social security and Medicare for all. I guess. I mean, that's unbelievable, just because he has a different path to care for children. You've jumped into the camp of his opponent and he's your own brother. Wow, that's pathetic. That's a greenness. And there's more years. Here's the other ad. None of this is pleasant for any of us. It's horrible to have to do this to speak it rains sadness to me. This isn't just about Paul. This is about our family. Okay. Well, I think my brother has traded a lot of the values we had at the kitchen table. I couldn't be quiet any longer. Wash should any of us be. We stand up for our good name. This is not who we are. It's intervention, an intervention time means that you go to vote and you go to vote. Paul out my name is Tim gosar. Gassing goes, are Joan gosar. Grace goes are sore. Paul goes, my brother, my brother, my brother, and I endorse Dr Brill Dr Brill Dr Brill. And I wholeheartedly. Congress, all I'm David Brill, and I approve this message. You're douchebag to just like the siblings. It looks like every one of them shameful, but that nowhere say spags. He's been a terrible breath. He's abusing his wife. You know, he's, he's sexually abusing other women or he's a drug fiend and he's selling drugs to school children. Then your siblings come out against you an intervention? Not because you have Republican policies and they're all Democrats that's grotesque. My gosh that's despicable. I love it. One of the things that you couldn't hear on the radio is a little graphic comes up and it says a family defends its honor really on her. Just destroyed it as far as I'm concerned. Yeah, they sure did. They sure did. And the mother is disgusted with them to. Thankfully, the mom has said, no, that's that's despicable that they've done this. About just say you do disagree with your brother or your sibling or whatever. You don't make an ad. You still love them. You still treat them like a decent human being that you're just disagree with. You don't go out of your way to make an ad for his opponent. We had to speak out. I hate to have you didn't have to do this. You didn't have to join a campaign ad for his opponent. That's Barrasso for you. What a bunch of ugly people. They are in more ways than one just ugly. Wow. So here's what here's what Paul goes. Ler said, my siblings who chose to film ads against me are all limber. Liberal Democrats who hate President Trump stolen would be proud. That's big statement. I think that's fine. I would have said much worse than that..
"brill" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"So do you guys have any kind of family relationships where you've got like a some sort of issue with one family member and it's awkward? Sure whenever everyone has glue. Yeah, everyone has that one family member or it gets awkward around the thanksgiving dinner table. I'm not sure if it's ever been as awkward as this latest campaign ad watch you care about healthcare. They care about their children's health care. They would hold him to account if they care about jobs, they would hold him to account if he actually cared about people in rural areas. ONA I bet he'd be fighting full social security for better access to healthcare. He's not listening to you and he's doesn't have your interests at heart. My name is Tim gosar, David gosar grace. Gosar Joan goes. So our guest and goes our Jennifer gosar pogo SARS my brother, my brother and I endorse. Dr Brill Dr bureau, horrid endorsed, Dr. David Brill for congress. That's just despicable to me. It really is so, and I listened to you and Glen this morning, and I think that I'm in agreement that if I hear a family just solely on the basis of them airing their dirty laundry, basically to the entire world, I'm not trusting them. I don't find that to be credible. I I don't don't at at all. all. You're going to put that in a TV commercial and blasts that to everyone. And it's just based on their political ideology. If this was, you know if if they're brother is a child molester and they come out and say, look, we had intervene here because this we love him, but he's a bad guy and we can't have him in office. Okay. That's one thing, right? You just disagree with his politics. This is really crappy really bad. And by the way, the one sibling who was talking about AirAsia not. I don't think that's result. Looks like Colorado or green Utah. Tanna trees, mountains, and what the hell is a medical interpreter. What is that. But is low clearly we should be taking her advice clearly. Yes. All right. That's going to be for us, but we do have a blaze. Why question? So Nick wants to know do any of you three I guess now today to any of you think there will ever be a supreme court nomination again, that does not have similar witch hunt, style proceedings like we're seeing now. I think this will be the new norm forevermore. Sadly, I think he's right. I would like to believe that when the pendulum swings and it's, you know, it's the Republicans turn to grill an incoming supreme court. Judge who may not share their political ideology. I would like to believe that the Republicans wouldn't pull a stunt like this. I can't really say with one hundred percent certainty that they would rise above straight up and not only just on the Senate confirmation, but probably every single election. And if you want to serve in the US government, you're probably going to put up with this going forward. So the good news is we're going to have plenty of really good people. Right. Really good people wanna put themselves through this three families. Good. All right. Today's poll Paul gosar family endorse his opponent. Would that make you more or less likely to vote for him? You could go to the believes Twitter and we will see you guys tomorrow. Thanks for tuning in. That's. Like what you're hearing become a blaze premium subscriber and watch the show anytime anywhere live or on demand, go to the blaze dot com slash subscribe start watching today..
Final Delta 2 rocket launches from California
"Oh seven on a Saturday morning in a rocket launch is scheduled to take place in just a little while this morning at Vandenberg Air Force base on the central California. Coast the launch window for the United launch alliance is from five forty six to six twenty-six the primary payload for this launch a satellite that will measure the thickness of the earth's polar ice sheets. It will also carry four so-called micro-satellites to were designed by a team of UCLA students, the micro-satellites each way eight pounds and are about the size of a loaf of
California lawmakers vote to abandon fossil-fuel electricity
"California. Would accelerate efforts to generate most. Of the state's electricity from carbon free, sources and set a goal, of phasing out fossil fuels entirely by twenty forty five. Under, legislation passed by the assembly the Bill next goes to the Senate for a procedural vote and then the governor Brown for a signature right now the law requires. By the year twenty thirty utilities in California must get. Half the rent energy from wind solar and, other renewable sources Democrats for the most part applauded the move and several celebrities chimed in with their vocal. Support including, Al Gore Arnold Schwarzenegger Leonardo DiCaprio Republicans. Charge it would put it. Increased bird Don financially strapped families
ICE detains man driving wife to hospital to deliver baby, says he is wanted for murder in Mexico
"Kill me we heard somebody else something and then we heard about eight or. Nine shots and after about a minute or so we came out, and peaked around, the back. End of the building and we saw man laying in the, street the ban later died at a, local hospital the woman was reportedly. Stabbed several times but survived enough to be transported to a medical facility. Has is usually the. Case with local police, department has officer involved. Shooting Los Angeles, County sheriff's department takes over the probe Bob Brill can extend seventy this radio the story of a man detained by is is he was driving his pregnant wife. To the hospital has gone. Viral but there's a new twist he's wanted in Mexico for murder they
California wildfires claim seventh victim, still spreading
"Getting hit with unseasonably hot, weather Kaley, dilemma is with the national weather service are. Under, a excessive heat watch she's going all the way through Wednesday the antelope valley was always county Ventura County and some areas of the Santa Barbara county thirty Monday morning through Tuesday evening she. Says one reason it so hot. Is the winds blow east over, the desert then return bringing the desert heat this way like a. Thick blanket it should lift a little bit by the, end of. The week Jan Stevens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the deadly wildfire burning in Shasta and trinity counties has. Claimed another, life, CBS news correspondent Steve large says the victim Was a Pacific Gas and electric employees worker has died in the. Car fire bringing the death toll in that particular fire now to seventh utility. Company reports. The male employees. Was in the area for restoration efforts PG Jeannie says they are working with, law enforcement to figure out. How, this happened the, wildfire has scorched more than two hundred twenty. Five square miles and destroyed more than a thousand homes it is forty one. Percent contained two more wildfires are still. Raging east of the Mendocino national, forest they, have collectively burned three hundred fifty seven square miles Cal fire says they are. About thirty two percent contained if mistakes were made in fighting the northern California wildfires. They will be addressed according to governor Brown, life has tragedies we. Have fires we have floods mudslides we've all many other things here. We just had a fire tornado now told reporters at ready each fires different. At the thing about a fire tornado will. That took a lot of People by surprise so things. Are going to happen and we don't know everything we're pretty, smart we're pretty rich. But relative to nature and, his complexities we're all students and we have to learn. He added the state is trying to, update its one system it is not easy. But it's going, to be done on firefighter was killed when a dangerous trail collapsed Bob. Brill can't extend seventy NewsRadio Brown told excuse me in the next story we have. Orange County firefighters are warning residents living near wild leads to be prepared to evacuate on short notice in. Case of a. Brushfire as temperatures climb into. The triple digits in the coming week drought dried brush. Will become kindling for any way word sparks a pit. Bull that attacked a child in the inland empire two years ago has now been put down after falling and, even younger one at the same home this weekend the new. Victim is eighteen, month old girl who. Suffered serious injuries to her face. And possibly an eye when the dog attacked her at her grandmother's home, in riverside neighbor tells CBS too she could hear the toddler screaming and crying Continuously like, just keeps. Crying and grinding Christ I don't know what. Was going on so I just see all the cops out there the little girl is expected to recover from her injuries the woman who owned that Pitt bull is also the. Grandmother of the other child that had bit two years ago and after that attack she successfully fought efforts by animal control. Officers to put the to have it put down but this time she quickly agreed to hand it over a, man has been killed by a hit and run driver in Lancaster this happened about two AM yesterday at. Lancaster boulevard and elm avenue family members gathered last night for, a vigil that tell. CBS to they're relying on prayer for strength My baby did. Not I love now family, deputies described the hit and run car as a white Chevy or dodge students at Cal State Northridge are still shaken up by. This weekend's arrest of a fellow student for a series of sexual assaults on. And off campus over, a period of more than a year and many, of them are also echoing calls by police for any other victims to come forward. Tell their stories one student tells CBS. Too it's important for everyone on campus to know. That sexual assaults won't be tolerated and the victims can. Get a lot of help the one thing that we don't want to do is try and sweep these issues under. The rug because they, are major issues and the are happening the arrested student nineteen year old Davis Moreno high. Is well known to the cease on campus because he. Was a featured player on the university's soccer team a suspect is behind. Bars in the stabbing of three marines in San Clemente Orange County. Sheriff's officials say one of three people initially detained for questioning following yesterday's knife attack in l. avenue Del mar has, been booked on suspicion of attempted murder the marines injuries are not considered life threatening you can hear KNX on the FM dial. Go to one zero one point one FM HD two that's one zero one. Point one FM HD, two or on demand by downloading the radio dot, com app we are everywhere you are Five thirty five let's check out, traffic and weather we had. A signal a little bit earlier if that's still in effect here's Daffy Brockton it is still in effect in fact we have I witness account that it is definitely a, problem on the ten eastbound that's a Sigler. It on the ten eastbound. In mid city the accident was a motorcycle and a car. And then a car fire all lanes are blocked by the CHP while they take care of this for. At least another hour and a half suggest getting off at Los Annika taking Venice or Jefferson Lincoln rejoined the ten at Crenshaw or. Arlington that's the worst of it we do. Have some slow traffic though on the one eighteen this is on the westbound. One eighteen in seamy valley just around taboo. Canyon road and in Santa Clarita there's been, a little bit of slow traffic due to Cal trans. Work just around. Lions and on the antelope freeway antelope valley freeway the northbound fourteen at crown valley multi-car accident one of. The lanes There is still closed at our next report is at five forty five I'm Daphne Brogdon, with more, traffic, reports more. Often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the. Weather is in the news again usually.
"brill" Discussed on Back To Back
"You know i think that everyone needs support system and you know being sober in an industry that's centered around a drugs alcohol and glamorizing it it's just extra layer to that you know and stolac i don't want to be a part of it like i love drugs don't get me wrong i want to get high right now right right right what the consequences are lot worse and i can't do that to myself i've made a decision not to do that doesn't mean i don't love it yeah you know and for you know at the end of the day like you gotta choose like love yourself do right by yourself you know whatever you're going through someone else's going through it and one of those people probably wrote a book about it yeah also true man and you're right that we can all support each other that way i mean for me it was food like i never had a thing with drugs but i did use twoway allow more than i do now and i lost bunch of weight and it's exactly the same i still love doughnuts like i would go eat twenty doughnuts right now would be super stoked but it's that decision you have to make i might do that today okay if you do technip picture the one thing we haven't really touched on we started in current day and we talked about the past but we only sort of briefly touched on really the building of the brill's project right and kind of the because there were so many crazy moments in that era so many high points you know a few that i got to intersect with you on the whole thing was fascinating to me ma'am because it seemed like out of the gate you had such a clear vision for what it was you know both musically and aesthetically and it seemed very different from what was going on do you think that came from you know you're talking about those years of like wanting to do it but you didn't then you got this pep talk is that where it came from like like restauration just kind of came out as the strong vision or was it something totally different it's kind of mixed lalas things like i'll try to break down.
"brill" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"All right listen to me i feel exactly what you say i got republican and democratic views i'm somewhere to fucking in between but i i hear that melissa me i if you ask me i don't believe people are republicans are democrats i think most people just want like fucking humane shit to go on his country i think most people want people to be employed i think most people want people to carry the weight and i think people who need assistance she'll get assistance in many different facets and i'll say just like a small percentage of shit that people argue over at that they probably feel the same about anyway and i just think a lot of gives brill on a proportion but when i when i say here on thinking like it made me acts myself you know acts like what did you expect when you put somebody in business in politics you know what i'm saying it just it is kind of like what you get you know what i mean like i in business you're constantly trying to serve your own best injuries and everything is about yourself in a you don't really understand that until you get into business for yourself you always trying to weigh in and make personal victories of so i think he's just conditioned just to do what he does you know saying right wrong or indifferent i think like you just in business you're always thinking about how while we in hot dog you get good victory how do i make this thing work for me and i will believe this man but doing business for so long like everything is about that everything is about him like i think politics is truly for people who like their first thing is the people you know what i'm saying and oftentimes those people don't come with a great set of skill sets when it comes to business and i think that's where we're things tend to fall down.
"brill" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Fran brill refers to working jim hinson hours what does she mean by that she means working all night long until something's finished the the way it should be finished if we prep for for show and we have to work longer thanks so if worked till four in the morning so be it that's japan hours that we just do what's necessary and we have fun working hard it's a funny thing because one of the great takeaways i took from this film and i don't know if this was your intention is that you can be a beautiful person you can have a beautiful spirit and you can create things that challenge system and try to make you better and work like a dog doing absolutely reflect a dog and also add in you don't have to be a an nba elf you know we're annoying to each other return screech other over all the time so you know people sometimes think all the beauty and the sweetness of up it's as a matter of fact jim hated us being called cute couldn't stand people thinking it's cute why because it's pejorative because that labels them is only one thing which is really very very limited in cuteness doesn't really affect one emotionally and it doesn't really affect philosophically so being cute is very very limited and so he created being bunny character so everybody would think he's cute so the onus of q be off us you guys all worked so hard so uncomfortable you talk about the the tank that was submerged underwater at the beginning of the muppet movie kermit's on the log into swan playing the rainbow connection gyms cramped in this tiny little of tank under water with his arm of the year miss piggy sitting on a couch you're crammed inside of this couch do you think people understand that side of the work.
"brill" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Uh but in the end i ended up finishing after like six and a half hours of like getting lost and running out of water and by being saved by the nomadic the german lady is still lost out in the desert right if they never found her again hiring is the extra pack of peanuts travel podcast episode three zero on with more than four million wild animals within its borders tanzania has the largest concentration of animals per square mile of any country in the world and that's why you want to go on supply there no i've never driven a car from london to mongolia i've never ridden a rickshaw across india i don't own a safari company and i've never run a marathon especially never ran one without any training so i'm not as interesting as today's guess scott brill's but i do have a decent amount of travel crowd and i have travelled quite a bit and every time on travelling i'm travelling with my tour to out breaker backpack so if you guys are looking to do crazy adventures or you're looking to do just regular adventures the backpack that you won't with you as a tour took a backpack they've just put out a brand new line of backpacks as well called their set out backpacks which look absolutely fantastic getting ready to take it on a trip with me for the very first time you can check all of that out over at twitter to go backpacks dot com don't forget to use promo code easy pop that's e p o p allcapital others that'll get you ten percent off your entire order.
"brill" Discussed on KKAT
"They attempted a second attack just hours after that first attack yesterday were that van mode into a hundred people killing thirteen of them in that same tourist destination in barcelona last round bless in this us second attack seven people injured two seriously including a policeman when this group rammed bystanders with a cars they tried to mount this pedestrian area and kim brill's which is this a coastal town about seventy miles away from barcelona they are all the terrorists in this case that were shot dead they all had suicide belts on so they're investigating whether all this is connected they think it is to that first attack with go back in time to the van attack that happened in barcelona in las rob plus there was if you know this is like the equivalent of times square me doesn't look anything like times square last rob less but that's how many people would be in last ramblas in the middle of the day and lots of american tourists were there yesterday you want it being you know this must agent some guy you know the maintenance worker or something like that you know um driving too fast down to protest and you realize now that not not at all hey i hennick it to reopen if you've seen the video just horrendous as the subband ploughs through just tons of people thirteen did they think that toll may go up a few uh some of these are critical still today isis claiming responsibility for the attack for both of the attacks the worst terror attack in spain since you remember that one back in two thousand four hundred ninety people killed in the train bombs in madrid it just by question is spain doesn't really have troops anywhere as that i can recall no but i guess they have a big terrorist problem nonetheless easy target kill out of people close resistance led across the strait of gibraltar there so i am not too familiar with their a terrorism status but apparently they're funded by the saudis and the qataris the the isis people in that country i don't know maybe they're trying to the.
"brill" Discussed on The Strong Stance
"Of maryland pennsylvania west virginia in virginia we're starting to see that each state is starting to rely on some of the resources from each other and you know how the boundaries or set the laws i hate that we have we should have won mall one love just do the right thing be a good human being and got making things hard and just let people be who they are but that's where i get angry with the impostors in these people out here who really truly are getting in the way really of the progress at the lgbt has been doing for the last thirty years that i've been alive and all of this hatred and all of this people wanting to dress up like i guess vaginas and good a women's marches and that's not helping the children it's confusing them even more and if misleading now really and i don't like it and i'm not going to stand up to be a part of it because anything anybody hate i'm gonna love it so if you hate donald trump i love him as i'm going to believe that my god is going to put it on his hard to do the right thing and i'm not gonna keep promoting and and an end to the hatred because if i helping i'm going to be opposite of that because i'll be seen war for being different and that's how i feel anyways 'cause i don't promote hate and people don't like me because of that have lost friends because of it and you know what you weren't my friend to begin with because we shouldn't be friends based on religion and politics or anything like that we should be friends because we share a common bond in pain and if you don't agree then we'll just agree to disagree it's simple but people get caught up in things that if they did in the penitentiary where i was just that it would have cost them their life it would cost in their life they've got raped got beaten and their learn very hard lesson there are some real reckless people out in this world that just do not we know what they're doing they're creating more problems right now than what we need in that isn't it i'm just going to say this kaitlan general i feel sorry for her i say she's my twotime hero in one lie.
"brill" Discussed on The Strong Stance
"In his father was a minister and he saw me in a storm this is what he tells me i saw you on a storm and our reach for you because i watched you before you even new i was watching you and he did and i fell in love with him in there very very quickly in our love affair lasted two years and it was very public in front of the officers i had maintained a level of respect in there because i gave it the men in there i was in a low level prison thank goodness that help because receiving was the scariest thing i ever been through in my life and that's just the the the the the central her both when you're about to go and get shipped to your penitentiary in the state of virginia they classify going to end up going to whatever prison that your level qualifies you four well mind was the very lowest level and there was a sentence that i took to do a program for two years and then two years got taken off of my sentence opposite than scheduled to come home on june 1st of two thousand sixteen but i completely did my program and i came home on october twenty four of two thousand fourteen and yes independent century when i walked up to the psychiatrist you know the psychologist the has had to learn the difference between them to um he he was walking on the boulevard which is like this long sidewalk that separates right between the middle of penitentiary and i caught him it was a beautiful sunny day and i just said you know what to say it and it was on my heart i was led to him and i felt like he might have had some kind of.
"brill" Discussed on The Strong Stance
"But you know life is what you make it i believe in a positive way of seeing the negative i have lived thirty years of my life as what everybody else wanted me to be in my breakthrough revelation was all sitting in the penitentiary just looking around me realise and how lonely i was in the world knock eating visits night getting money since and not getting letters not been able to make phone calls to my family and completely feeling abandoned and very angry because while i spent the last thirty years in my life being what i thought you wanted me to be instead of being what i should have been all along and that is my bring on revolution as far as this i portrayed myself as a gay guy i thought i could be we know in a relationship with a more masculine gay guy but no i it was never happy i was always angry and it was hard to love because in the broken this that laid within me my my jail bids they started to turn law for and then when i got this war dui i don't know how it happened i i just excaped i got lost in the world and i wandered to a person who i thought was my friend and she allowed me to drive her car to go on the crack run and i had taken zan axes and had been drinking with her and she was out there too and that's why i guess we related a common bond pains and she allowed me to take her car sue a that he ronan virginia i had no idea where i was and i just fell asleep and i crashed into a ditch pretty much i just thought of the road and fell asleep in the offices came to the window and that was the moment in my life where i knew that i just bought back the same exact charge i had just been sent home from a third dui done fifteen months in the county jail i knew i was going to be doing a little bit of time the right there through booking i'll let go in like god and i said you know it's going to be the time where i'm just going to start dealing with it and i'm going to start living my truth and it's.
"brill" Discussed on The Strong Stance
"Mm hmm uh uh eight eight good evening good evening strong fanta listeners that is your host we lost strong am i have another spotlight episode for you i will you love these episodes because i get to showcase yet another person in our brilliant community of trans engender nonconforming a non binary lives my guest on this episode is kendra brill kendra is a transgender prison reform activist advocate in motivational speaker she'd recently published a book with testa carlo de chilling her through substance abuse two years in prison transition name change legal battles and finding in kuhn and claiming her face so kendra thank you so much for joining me how're you doing i'm great thank you very very blessed well i wanna before we even get too you know why the big things that of course i want to talk about tonight is your book and your face and kind of what the half was like uh and how you got to that but before we do that i really just want to kind of did the the listeners an idea about your background so you know i'll tell tell our listeners some about self where'd you grow up what was your youth like or or anything else that you want to share with our listeners well a lot of that childhood stuff is real raw and hard for me um i was the product of an affair my mother had so pretty much my life my existence on this earth has been a lie at the expense of stay in my own family members my both father mother so i i didn't find out sales thirteen i had a stepfather who is in the military who raised me very very strongly very much tied to make a man out of me in me up i guess i wasn't his child so he could do whatever he wanted i um i found peace them just being alone because there was really no safe place for a person like me the different person i knew that there was something different about me i think the first revelation in my life was the facts that i wasn't born in the right gender mike lindell can didn't match where my mind is.