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Feds charge Texas billionaire with "largest ever" tax fraud

Chris Krok

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Feds charge Texas billionaire with "largest ever" tax fraud

"Federal prosecutors have charged Houston billionaire Robert Brockman with tax fraud. They say he scammed the country out of $2 billion in taxes is the largest tax fraud case ever brought against an American citizen.

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Houston billionaire Robert Brockman charged with $2 billion tax fraud

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:26 min | 3 months ago

Houston billionaire Robert Brockman charged with $2 billion tax fraud

"Scheme in U. S history, was announced today in San Francisco. Hey, CBS is Tim Ryan explains one of two man involved in the complex scheme involving billions hidden and foreign accounts is facing federal prosecution and the other will cooperate and pay a staggering fine. U. S. Attorney David Anderson outlined a fishy 40 counts scheme by 79 year old Texas billionaire Robert Brockman. To hide $2 billion in income in accounts in Bermuda, Nevis in Switzerland as well as defrauding investors. Brockman is chairman of the Reynolds and Reynolds Company, which provides software tools for the automobile industry. Brockman is alleged to have used code words. Over a proprietary encrypted email system to hide his illegal conduct. Brockman is code name was permit. Others were code named Red Fish, King, Bone fish, snapper and steelhead. The I. R S was Code named the House. I r. S fraud Chief Jim Lee told a news conference. The allegations discussed him. These allegations should discussed every American taxpayer as well because the law applies all of us when it comes attacks and paying our fair share. Another Texas man, 57 year old Robert Smith is cooperating with the feds and agreeing to pay the Treasury $139 million. Part of his gains, authorities say was used to buy a vacation home in Sonoma. Tim Ryan, KCBS

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Goodell: Manning leaves 'indelible imprint' on NFL

The Rich Eisen Show

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Goodell: Manning leaves 'indelible imprint' on NFL

"We've been talking about you I manning is going to announce his retirement tomorrow from the New York giants a lot of debates going to be going on for the next five years or so where you I ranked does he hall of Famer Ballot and so on Roger Goodell just tweeted this a moment ago statement about your manning leaves an indelible imprint on the New York giants fans and the NFL his passion for the game intense preparation ability to rise to the occasion. Where the hallmarks of his career holds a special place in history? Not just for hoisting the Lombardi trophy and being named Super Bowl. MVP twice ice but for how he transcended the game with the way cared himself around teammates media and most importantly fans. That's one of the many reasons he was named. Walter Payton Man of the year on on the field and in the community he was a champion. He was also a true competitor and held himself to the highest standard in everything he did. We know he'll carry that same spirit with with him into the future. I got the same statement sent to me from the NFL network Assignment desk you missed one line at the end. Can I read it. The last line for Chris Brockman Rochman thinks. I'll never send out the same thing when Tom Brady retires. But just watch. That's what it says right here. It's amazing that he would include like the Commissioner of the NFL gladys spell. My the name right and I don't think he will do the same thing for absolutely absolutely the same thing for. He thinks Tom Brady lied about to do the same thing about. Tom Thinks he smashes phone. It's okay it's all right we can disagree on this. Why does Tom Brady always have to be brought the Lon manning and I just brought it up because that's what you brought up in the commercial break and I noticed that you were holding? You're you're you're holding your horses right there and I still want their. I didn't think you were going to God. They didn't. I thought that was an affair.

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Triangulation

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"brockman" Discussed on Triangulation

"I mean when it took off and then we're charting with like Van Halen and we're charting with yes and we're charging with you know all these these bands. Yeah you know and Jimmy Page Robert Plant. We're charting with them. We're just like oh my gosh. We had a number one song Japan. We had a number ten song Japan. The twenty three minute song was a number ten song Hit in Japan at one time. WHO's in a plane as the Japanese market is so different? And I've got got stories about that too. I've got stories about every continent and how embracing the fans are even to this day and I know I'm jumping ahead but I mean the prog rock community on a global sense. Yeah is unbelievable. They're very intellectual. They're very deep. The prog rock fans there write you letters of before the Internet they physically wrote US letters to our Po box. And you'd get piles and piles of letters that are just page after page after page and I've got them all. It's just amazing and they'd send you pictures and they'd send you coffee mugs and They send All kinds of stuff memorabilia memorabilia from their hometown and they wanNA share stuff with you. Because you know you're sharing your young man that was really mind blowing. You know the fan community and then you know that was slightly before the Internet and then the second album came out. The Internet was the second came out in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight so the Internet was kicking by. Then yeah you it was just coming on but there but there was a lot of uncertainty as far as what the role that the Internet was playing When believes Zik? I mean if you're talking ninety eight that's right. What about the time that Napster started coming was on and we were on Napster and people overtaken our music? Of course you feel. At the time I felt like people were still in our music. F- yeah because the again it. There was no download at the time there was napster but there was no ninety nine cents apple download or anything we're selling got caught up with the demand of the and even in Korea. They even printed the album so I mean they're still selling albums cassettes and CDs of the music at this time We wanted wanted the CDs But they printed cassettes. And you know CDs and some albums But you know again Metallica came to the rescue. Yeah with Lars going against Napster and You know from that point on. Change the rules and the rules kept changing Gina stuff. So you know. We were disappointed. That people were still especially when we found every single one of our songs at that time we hadn't done three albums or the tribute tributes at that time but the first two records we found all our stuff on napster. You know maybe down and that's just because everything was on find pretty much anything announced her it was it. It was just a symptom of the fact that the music industry was slow to recognize that it needed to do something about offering its music. Online people fill the gap for better for worse it created where we are. Now how do you feel about where we are now. As far as screaming being so dominant people are not buying culture as much as it is a subscription culture so now around music like how does that embraced it and absolutely love it Yeah it's so accessible and you can just make stuff right now and put it out there I I I love it look I. It's it's okay that the record company took all our money. I forgive. Forgive them you know I I got something out of it man. I got this worldwide community. Yeah I got all these people that still to this day this week email. Tell me a comment and and collaborate has stuff you know so I've embraced it and Is Really Awesome. I I love where it is. I mean to to be able to stream four K.. Video Saudi our house ten eighty p out of your house With super good twenty. Four bit audio. Oh At thirty frames a second or sixty frames a second or the film looked twenty. Four frames a second. Yeah in real time. Are you kidding me. It's a dream name. That is a really crazy that the level of democratization around creativity on online is is unbelievable. And something that I've really on a personal level enjoyed from about the early two thousands late ninety nineties actually just the ability for anyone to be able to go online and be creative. Be Music with the music tools that we have the video. I mean everything has moved things that used to require so much money and a team of people all are now accessible to anyone so unbelievable and you know you can create an album create a movie and you really don't need a whole lot to do it now. We've got our phones. We can't even do that. Yeah and and I do. Yeah right other house. You know Albums videos great. So you know again embracing using technology yeah embracing technology and loving and going with I was a little slow. I held onto my cassette for a long time. You know when that technology sorry. Sorry coming along so I didn't jump right onto CD's. But once I did I was like oh CDs are awesome right. You know. So everything takes awhile dice comfort- comfortable with it. Yeah in truly understand it. POST-CAIRO SO Cairo. I guess talk about how Cairo kind of winds down. Because because I think the singer something happened with a singer like what happened there down before something happened with the singer in two thousand as an one we were. We were Going to do four albums but we just couldn't get our money from their accurate label so here it is the third third album and every time you do an album right when you start to make money. They roll that money into the next album. Save say you're making money but it's time to no other album we're GONNA at advance you some more money and we're gonNA roll the money over into the next album. And then once that Alma start selling and we catch up again then we'll pay you. We're like okay. We'll do another album. The advanced us the money. We're in our own studio. We're having a blast. We're making a new album believing what they're gonNA say. We're GONNA make money someday so by the time the third album comes out and it it's again really popular popular in its worldwide. You can find it anywhere okay. there's no money you know there's like you know and it's everywhere and we're seeing sound on scans of selling thousands if not hundreds of thousands of albums you know and We're in all the magazines or charting. Gene we're getting dozens of comments dozens of emails and dozens of letters. And we're doing magazine interviews and and our stuff is charting and all that kind of stuff and there's still not enough still not enough. There's just no money you know so it makes it really hard to survive. Which is why I always had filmmaking going so we we hardin attorney a really good attorney by the name of Glen Miskel who was known at the time pursuing record labels that didn't pay musicians in fact he Ainsley Dunbar was the first Drummer journey and and he was replaced by Steve Smith and journey. Didn't according to what I heard I didn't pay Ainsley all his royalties. So Glenn Miskel went after journey and and won the case and you know got Ainsley as money and all that we thought. Yeah that's the guy we want so he Got Well first of all we discovered how hidden the money was and how many distributors were. He was like this needs to be a class action suit. Let's get all the band together. And so he started calling bands and then the the paper trail all started you know with all the distributors any realize what a mess it was is like. Oh my gosh. And by that time he'd run up a twenty thousand dollar bill with us and then he comes to us you he says well there's too many distributors it. It's too hard to find your money. They're really crafty on what they did. you only twenty thousand. I'm I'm just going to. We're going to call it even. I can't. I can't find your money for you. It's it's too distributed it's too hidden They're very very crafty on on what they're doing and so he said I'm just going to. We're just GONNA call it even But what I will do is I can write you a contract contract to get out of your fourth option and I'll get a hold the record label and see if they're willing to bet so we said yeah. Let's do that because if you can't get our money for us we're not gonNA. Why would we do another album? Yes yea totally the same story that every band tells on. Vh One he is the same story so you know. We're kind of aware of it because it's because it's how the industry operates sandwich and we didn't get pissed off. We're just like hair. Music is out there. You know we brought in specially in the I embrace. I'm happy that I got a record. Oh you kidding me. There's a lifelong dream so I'm really only happy. The music out there so he did he got us out of our fourth option And about that time was when I created virtual live. Show which we're GONNA get into a minute. Let's yeah let's get right into that. You know moving forward as we are writing new material because we're definitely going to put out another Cairo stuff. Are Singer got really Sega. A sick with pancreatic cancer in twenty twelve and bless his heart. He passed away So oh he has been a really hard hard moment. Roman extremely hard everything I mean at one time the record label called me at three in the morning and said do you realize you have the best progressive rock singer in the world right now because we're in all these magazines when we got all this airplane going on every continent and you know and people are really responding in such a positive five five star way You know the regular you know when you're there pat. You're their pets and their call you at three in the morning and they'll take you to dinner and everything's cool. Yeah and so you know. Brentwood sued unbelievably talented unbelievably. A good keyboard player Drummer Guitar Player You know he had a music degree and just unbelievably talented. I perfect pitch. You could give him a song idea he just walk up to the piano and start playing it in the perfect. He starts singing and He had such a great vocal range which is very apparent on all the Cairo. Absolutely he's gone quite the range unbelievable range and unbelievably good pitch and tone own. You know So bless his heart Brent was a great guy but you know so that kind of ended it. I mean for us. There wouldn't really be another Cairo without breath however the fans. I just want us to the fans every week. I get a letter or a comment on Youtube video. Winds are going to be another Cairo. Some people don't know the British passed away and the ones that. Do you still want us to go forward so what I did to move for was I created something called virtual live show so that I could perform the music of Cairo Arrow. Live and I was. I remixed all three Cairo albums and I took the drums out. I remixed them so they sound live because you you were the the writer of of of of much of this museum near on all three albums last year. So you've got the masters do that. I was Mark Roberson I. We're producer so I was a co producer with him but I was the main engineer on all of the Cairo albums and I missed all of them and I recorded everybody And that's A. That's a huge task. But that's what I did you know because I'm I'm the one that's into technology. In fact I did all the Mark Robertson's nitty work. When he came to the studio I would hook all this stuff up? I'd make all keyboards work this matrix and all that stuff you know Kinda like Voodoo but I had all the computers. I add everything so you know again. In you know. Being at twit technology company I was always into technology so I was the one that was doing all the technology for the band. So I was the engineer On all the records and even the tribute albums and all that So so what exactly is the virtual live show like this is an and I ask because I know because I you showed it to me. You gave me actually..

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Triangulation

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"brockman" Discussed on Triangulation

"Very complex though this. is you drumming right here. You're on your on your setup. Toronto GonNa talk about Your virtual live students setup but I mean the music of Cairo that I that I've checked out dove into is just so incredibly complex so when I when I listened and watched I was like literally blown away by your your craftsmanship your ability to play a drums at just as amazingly as as you do in these videos Just the complexity of the the melodic material and all this was basically basically written in the start by you and then translated over to the members of your band ultimately exactly. Yeah so I came up with a bunch of songs and actually I composed at all on Midi keyboards. I really got into Midi. Yeah I I completely understood it and how it worked and I embraced it and I had midi the sequencers Midi drum machines and all kinds of Midi keyboards. I just started writing I. I was always a drummer in a band. Okay and One year I just got tired being the drummer because nobody considered the Writer as true. Yeah although I will say from my own experience in bands. It was always hard to find a drummer. So drummers were were definitely definitely needed but then because I don't know if it's literally because the drums are usually in the back of the stage behind every everybody else in the front but then the drums are kind of like they're there but the drummer doesn't get as much of the attention there the clock supposed to just be quiet near the clock. Look I I'm into melody and stuff that came from my early childhood. My parents always had music playing in the House and the melodies always in my head and always wanted to compose an I could pick up guitars and just naturally play and then I'd sit down in front of piano so I could figure out notes and you had an ear for music. Yeah I took my tax return one year and I bought a sequencer or drum machine and keyboard not just from that point and I just started is within the first two weeks. I had a couple of songs. I had those on a four track cassette recorder because again no doubt multi-track foss just text multi-track cassette recorder task. Out so I don't know I remember them as well but I don't know if one was an upgrade or down. Yeah they were trying to figure out technology to help us out but it was neat that you could take this like consumer cassette player and put four tracks on it and I mean as long always you knew how to balance from one track to another all the material on three tracks move it onto one. I mean if you're really creative with it could do some really interesting much more than four track material. And that's what I had to do. I mean you know the the Beatles today in the sixty s absolutely buddy said this as technology grows you know and all that but yeah. That's what I did and so I just start writing a bunch inches songs and then I I had a student from past and and I set my keyboards up and I had my drums air and I'd ride home and then about four o'clock in the afternoon I'd go the studio set it off and I'd start playing to the south and I worked out all these songs where I do all the rhythm all the lead parts all the digital base the keyboard bass and I and when I do it I'd always lay down a click track because I played click track progressive. Rock has a Lotta time changes tons. Yeah and It's like a minefield. Sometimes listening to it you know and You never really know which direction is going to go. It's it's like it's symphonic. Kind of reminds me of like classical music piece but much much heavier much harder With an edge. And you just don't. I don't really know where it's GonNa go where those times signatures are going to go. Which gives me immense respect for anyone who's capable of of following along with that doing all the mental math gymnastics? This required wired to keep me prog. Rock is drummers dream. Yeah play around and I was in a lot of bands where guitar players hated me. I played around too much playing straight wrestle. Rock have fun too so once I figured out how to do it I never looked back. Yeah and and I just kept doing it and kept writing songs and so forth and Trying to find band members they could play it and Cairo actually was formed by me and I had had all the songs all that and I was doing some always doing videos. That's how I made money so I was doing some videos for a record company. I did some instructional videos. I did instructional actual video with Dean Castro Novo. Who is the drummer of journey? Okay and it's called high performance drumming and that was through shrapnel records Mike Varney shrapnel records and it was distributed through a d. c.. I in New York and you know was did really good and then I did another one for a guitar player by the name of Tony macalpine. Again through shrapnel records records and shopping records is huge. Mike Varney found all the best guitar player in the world. So you know really great in that anyway And at this point are they they're recognizing Like the people that you're working with their recognizing the level the ability that you have on the drums as well right like they did. They did absolutely because you know. Hey I'm working with a reccomend. Doing some videos him musician to you. Got To take the stuff. Yeah and so he did you know and he thought it was good and so I just kept doing it and he says Hey i Mike Varney said hey I know a guy who's just getting tour keyboardist is classically. Trained I need to introduce them to you. That'd be really cool. So that's how Cairo formed. I Mike Varney dinner to mark Robertson. Who is a classic trained a piano player player since player and the whole thing and went to the conservatory as a nine foot? Grocery and COMP- Piano Hammond C. Three Hamid. Be Three Leslie Spending Thinning Speaker sole thing mini Moog synthesizers. I mean the guy is the real deal. His idol was Keith. Emerson of Emerson they can Palmer. Who is one of my favorite prog bands of all time You know just amazing. So when Mike Varney introduced me to mark Robinson brought him over to the studio I had all my keyboard setup. I started showing him songs. He's like. Wow a drummer can write songs. And so for the first month I was just showing my songs in front of my keyboard keyboards and he was like playing along with it or playing along with finally one day. Says you know Brockman once you get behind the drums. I I think I got it and then when I got behind the drums I saw what the guy could really do. And he's like left hand over here right hand over here. He's turned himself into to people and he's just going crazy. I'm just going. Oh my God this is the real deal today so then I could just give him anything I wrote. He would go home. Take my compositions and just tournament a little masterpieces. And then we'd work on the parts and he'll say I really like this part but I think this should better as a As a bridge instead of course our vice versa. And then we'd work work it out and Real easy to work with and I really appreciated that. He gave me the time in patients. Beams how that he went to the conservatory. You know I I trained. I taught myself Keyboards and guitar. And all that I did take drum lessons starting in fourth grade drama. And all that so I can read all the rudimentary snare. Stuff you know was was that you're kind of injured like official introduction Introduction as a child to music or like where did that kind of well the introduction was my dad Always had music playing in the house and he loved her Albert in the Tijuana brass. Okay and so you had that plane all the time and He turned me onto the albums and I would listen to it and they had so much melody and my parents were very young when they had me so they you know. They had parties parties and friends over south so the music's always playing even when I'm sleep in the music planet was just instilled in my brain and You know so. That's really where it began and that was the third fourth grade. My Dad was a air force fighter pilot so He played guitar and he always had an eight Miller. Miller eight millimeter movie camera era. And so that's what inspired me for music and film was my dad always had music going anti had a camera going all the ground and then what blew. My mind is sixth. Grade is he handed me a stack of ventures records and the ventures are all. They're called Surf Rock. Yep but it's all guitar stuff and they took Theme Songs like Hawaii Five O and they do their version of it or the song wipe out they do their version of it. And you know they're very very popular and once I heard guitar in in Sixth Grade I went. Oh my gosh. I still wanted to be a drummer but I wanted to play with guitar players. you know So do you WANNA brass was gone and guitars were in absolutely and I mean as ventures like being the kind of view of the idol to learn from. That's that's a pretty great starting with their so. They were so creative. Yeah in their time and so in such an enjoyable band to listen to. I've always really liked the ventures. What about what about technology like from a young age like You you have demonstrated over the years you're affinity and your ability to understand technology and working with Midi isn't the most complicated thing in the world but it is especially when you're first exposed to it it becomes easier the more you work with it but in the beginning it's kind of like what the heck is going on here so you had to have some sort of exposure or desire to to work with technology. Where did that come from? Yeah well it came from when I saw a friend of mine's son had a computer in the living room playing a game and I said what's that was commodore sixty four That's that's my That's that's the top list. Yeah and I was like wow. It's engineer house now. You know I saw that and I thought This is really cool. So I started seeking out again. There was no internet so you had to get some magazines you know now and go to a store and then this really cool invention came out. It was called the AMIGA computer. Oh you got in on the AMIGA got in on the. They always WanNa win those but I never was able to. That was the beginning of technology and I had to wait and wait and wait till technology was invented and I went all its. It's invented for me. This is why I had to wait so long because once I got that Amiga computer and realize what you could do with it All kinds of video and audio stuff I was Gonna say. Yeah the AMIGA. If if I remember correctly it was really a a really good early system to be compatible with things like Midi and driving the sequencer box. A four thousand ninety six color capability and their colors. I know and then there's all kinds of never need any more than four thousand dollars. That's what they thought and of course course it was all a bit now. Everything's eight bit and You know you wait for frame to render. You'd go to lunch. Yeah you know. Come back in the frame one frame almost done on rendering judgemental. I can't wait. I guess we leave this going overnight. We might have seconds worth of video. The AMIGA one thousand came with a mega half of Ram. Okay and when I got another half a megabyte had two megabytes is like wow. This is amazing and then when I got seven megabytes I just thought it was all I need. You know because because I mean the Apollo landed on the Moon with five twelve k seven megabytes..

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Triangulation

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"brockman" Discussed on Triangulation

"See you're still dealing with those taste. But the machines and the invention was really the technology was really cool. I mean it was amazing. It was neat cut and the the thing is to then you could start sending these digital tapes out to people so you know pre Internet but now you could send tapes out because you know you couldn't send two inch tapes around. You know I mean no it Eh. Yeah really hard. I mean really easy to put a Fedex box and send US somebody they could record their tracks. Clone it because it's digital so you just make a clone doubt send that back to a studio and they'd mix it and we did that a lot on various projects but now this is super random. Totally out of nowhere. But I remember back in the day. When CDs started started coming on the scene the the rumor was that if you took a green sharpy to the edge of the CD it would improve the fidelity of the CD which is totally ridiculous? I heard that one. Okay good good good. Then you pass the test I did and I fell for it. I remember by first. I batch of CDs like probably twelve or thirteen CDs but I I got a CD player. They all had green around the edges. I had heard that. That's what you do. Compact this to approve proved sound there. You go what what did I know other than what my friends were telling me. So I should say the band that you that that we're going to talk about and we'll get to it in a bit That you really spearheaded is a band called Cairo. Yes and folks in the progressive rock genre fans of The Progressive Rock are going to be familiar with this style. Music.

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Triangulation

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"brockman" Discussed on Triangulation

"Twentieth for December Twenty Seventh Twenty nineteen. Jeff Brockman. Its it's time for triangulation Jason Howell sitting in the hot seat today and I have to tell you like we. We talk a lot on the show with people who are movers. Shakers in the technologies fear. Today's guest is close to home. Yes in technology but possibly even more or in in something that I'm passionate about. That's music Guest today is Jeff Brockman sitting right next to me. Someone who I also happen to work with. It's awesome to have the ability to do this. Jeff is for for folks who aren't aware or maybe our jeff works behind the scenes. He's one of the engineers here started about six months ago. Ish right around there may twenty-eighth okay And came to the studio radio with a large pedigree in the music industry which I think I was aware of was definitely aware of over the past months but I can tell a conversation that you and I had very recently. I hadn't been truly aware of the depth to which you were ingrained in the music industry in the nineties and beyond and when I started checking out your music and checking out everything that you were involved with I was like holy cow. This guy is like ridiculously obviously talented at amazing on top of being just a really nice warm being presence to be around You're just really talented your drummer and we're GonNa talk all about all about your music experience. Also how that kind of intertwines with technology because as you know as everyone knows awesome technology network it's technology podcast triangulation But I think your perspective is unique because like we I could safely say that everybody has an association with music from very passive listener perspective. You've worked in that industry. You know how the machine as it were. Yes it's changed over the years it has so I'm really curious to kind of get your take on that. Because you've you've kind of you're there mid nineties and beyond so you were truly there in the era of CD. Yeah analyze an analog two inch tape yes exactly analog in the recording studios and watching it transition to where it is now. Everything's digital talking right before the show started. How music is just? It's I mean it's so much more of a commodity now like you can and it's everywhere and it's too easy. Almost instantaneous. Yeah like Google find my song. What like how do you feel about that? Like I know for for myself. I loved back in the day walking into a record store or music store and not knowing what I was gonNA walk out with and then when I did you you know I only had enough money to buy one CD or one tape or whatever and like that was my precious. I listened to that on repeat forever and ever and ever what my same same thing. Yeah I would Go to warehouse records tower records. And I'd go through there and I'd see these nice big album covers and I'd see something interesting I never heard of if like for example. UFO The ban. Before I go wow that sounds cool. UFO YOU and according to my car and it's just awesome amazing and yeah. That's how I used to discover music. Music store going through the files are seeing the posters on the wall there was no internet. You know And then also FM radio. So if I'm radio you no you always discover stuff on that and search it out but yeah the transition changed. The transition from analogue to digital was a process because it went to digital digital tape. I so you're still using tape. You know so when it started transitioning We were using digital tape that you know and transition to that and they had had this magic thing called the Estedat And that recorded each estedat machine would record a tracks of digital audio and you could link up to sixteen ecksteen machines together for one hundred twenty eight tracks of digital audio and then you had a thing called the B. R. C. Big Remote Control and that would synchronize all sixteen aid ads. And you'd you'd have one hundred twenty eight tracks and going into your mixing board and mixing so at it worked flawlessly every single time right. I see you're still dealing with those taste. But the machines and the invention was really the technology was really cool. I mean it.

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Triangulation

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"brockman" Discussed on Triangulation

"So, and that the Phoenix and you can see some of the effects right there. There's the AMIGA. One thousand those are affects. That were just done in the little jittery. Yeah, and any other colorizing and I mean yeah so many videos of this. I would say of these genres and this era looked like like this is. This is very much part of the time. Even, if it was video like everything was moving towards video video was not as sharp or as Pristine as film film always had this kind of like premium kind of feel to it. Because we're so conditioned around film being something you'd see in a movie theater. Whatever so video came along. It had this kind of sharp edge to it, but everybody was doing. It was the lower cost option, and it was just more accessible, and it had its own aesthetic, and you were like firmly in on that aesthetics. Ripe on MTV at the at the time I was very aware of the film look because I shot and film prior to video, and has a very unique distinct looks so video with shocking, so it was really great to use the effects because it looked more filming. Yeah, when you're using the effects, and then and there's the AMIGA effects right? That's perfect right there and and those. So they're they are running through. The thing and people wanted that. Requested. Future man and they wanted the real thick haze and smoke, and they wanted those facts and yeah, that is the future of wow, you've got it. Can you make me a video? I'm like you bet so I just oh, made all these videos for people, and they dammed up on MTV and it's awesome ironically enough. MTV had a couple of contests. I entered the MTV contests. one of the contest was the MTV basement tapes I entered it with the band I. Had at the time called the Jeff. Brockman project and it got in there, but. In their letter that they sent Baptist, we fared well so that was it. Thank you for entering the contest. You fared well. We got it on the letterhead, and we got it on the show and the whole that. was on the show, yeah! We thought you were neat, but yeah, quite on an episode, but you didn't go. Anywhere came down voters in south and again there was no iphones. He could tell all your phones to vote for you right? We went to one high school. Has Everybody voted for us? Yeah? But It was an international show. You know so high school then cut it. So how many bands were you doing at this time? Because the Jeff Project? Like how like what were the band's leading up to Cairo? My First Jan was when I was twelve years old, and I was the purple flame. And I was living in Japan We, we moved to Japan. My Dad was in the military then he flew for World Airways, so we lived over in Japan for years. My first band at age twelve was the purple flame and Everybody in Japan was a musician because we all lived on an air force base, and you know the kids need something to do so. They had hobbies centers than they. You know we played music. Yeah, yeah, so that band was purple flame back to the states going to high school purple flame flamed out slam down away flame. But I meant the. Awesome, Guitar Player, and we formed a band that was called. NITRO and there is a famous band called Nitro, but we were the original and the first nitro. Okay, and we played all over the bay area, and all the famous area clouds. mobu gardens keystone. The Stone San Francisco, opening opening for bands or Read or other bands a lot of other bands. We didn't open for any famous bands at that time, a bunch of punk bands and things like that, but the same guitar player and I formed another band after Nitro called tourists and tourist again played all around the bay area, but we did open for Metallica, San, Francisco stone, and that was really an awesome show. Like what era what? METALLICA wasn't headlining, so they were that we were the opening act. They were the Middle Act and a band called Raven. The headline all right and it's really cool because you can go to the METALLICA archive and you can see the ticket for that show on their website. So it's really cool, so it's probably like like early. Kill them all. For that maybe yeah, maybe even before that might have been A. Night for them because I think the next morning is the morning, they kick a certain guitar player out of the band. Yeah? Because I think we played the last show with Aguilar player, but I don't want to write history road south and I don't want to. Misrepresent what may have happened? State Yeah. Just saying okay I'll say it if you want Okay anyways, we'll see we'll. The history will will stand the test of time on that one, but that's that's an interesting nugget. The other knowing then sure that I had with MTV was MTV had another contest, and this one was open to producers and directors. Because I mentioned there was two contests, so I entered some. I shot for some of these bands like you saw, and I had two of them in the top ten and I won an all expense paid trip to the MTV video awards in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine in Los, Angeles California Universal Studios and you turned it down. No one's getting. That was when Paula Abdul. was Big Ben in won an award there and axl rose, was there was with his whole entourage. Crab! Twenty people falling them, do anything he wants you know and I was just saw. Wow, how did I get here? This is amazing. I can't believe it that is, so it was unbelievable, and I have the program. It's in mint condition in plastic and I did go online last night and I went on Ebay. And I said these things were saying money and somebody's actually song one for one hundred seventy nine dollars so. I'm going to. Seventy nine dollars. That was really cool and one of the videos that was in there slightly before Joe. Such Ronnie became really big out. He was playing guitar one of these videos on the track with a the guy that hired him to do it at the time. The video for so that was pretty cool anyway. That was my second experience with MTV. So and I actually got in there, so yeah, no kidding. Not many people have have the opportunity to do that. That's an amazing life experience to be able to between music and film. Like where do you're like at your heart at your core like it really sounds like your life, and we're GONNA. Talk about Kyron axe, but it really sounds like your life dances in both. In both on both sides I'm really glad you asked me that question because people have asked me that many times, and my answer is, and this is my standard answered I look at both of them as the same thing, I never separated film and sound I put them together and I look at his today. I'm doing film tomorrow. I'm going to the sound for it today. I'm doing the sound tomorrow I'm going to do the film for like one feeds the other until I just looked at. As this is what I do, film and sound in on so I never separated the two, and that was the magic of what I've been able to do this whole time. Now, it's really hard to make money in the music business extremely hard because you know when you get a record deal in south. There's a everybody's seen the movie yesterday. Recently I loved it..

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"brockman" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"brockman" Discussed on Triangulation

"Yeah, so I came up with a bunch of songs, and actually I Composed at all on Midi keyboards, I really got into Midi. Yeah, I I, completely understood it, and how it worked and I embraced it and I had midi sequencer. Machines and all kinds of Midi. I just started writing. I I was always a drummer in a band. Okay and one year just got tired of being the drummer, because nobody considered the drummer writer as true. Yeah, although I will say from my own experience in bands. It was always hard to find a drummer, so drummers were were definitely needed, but then because I, don't know if it's literally because the drums are usually in the back of the stage behind every everybody else in the front, but then the drums are kind of like they're there, but the drummer doesn't get as much attention. They're the clock hours. Just be quiet near the clock. Look I'm into melody and stuff, and that came from early childhood. My parents always had music playing in the House and the melodies always in my head, and always wanted to compose an I could pick up guitars and just naturally play, and then I'd sit down in front of pianos I could figure out notes and. You had an ear for music. I took my tax return one year I bought a sequencer or drum machine and keyboard, not just from that point I just started is and within the first two weeks I had a couple of songs I had those on a four track cassette recorder because again, no doubt. multi-track Foss Tech multi-track Cassette recorder. Mine was task down. So I don't know techs. I remember them as well, but I don't know if one was an upgrade or downgrade. Yeah. They were trying to figure out technology to help us out, but it was neat that you could take this like consumer cassette player and put four tracks on it and I mean as long as you knew how to balance from one track to another. Take all material on three tracks. Move it onto one I mean if you're really creative with it could do some really interesting much more than four track material, and that's what I had to do i. mean you know the the Beatles to six? Yeah, absolutely buddy, that as technology grows, you know all that, but yeah, that's what I did, and so I just start writing. Writing a bunch of songs and then I I had a studio from past, and and I set my keyboards up. And I had my drums air and I'd ride home, and then about four o'clock in the afternoon I'd go to the studio. Set it up, and I'd start playing to the south and I worked out all these songs where I do all the rhythm, all the lead parts all the digital base, the keyboard, Bass, and I, and when I would do it, I'd always lay down a click track because I played. Click track progressive. Rock has a Lotta time changes tons. Yeah, and it's like a minefield. Listening to it, you know and you never really know which direction is going to go, it's it's like it's symphonic. Kind of reminds me of like classical music piece. But much much heavier much harder with an edge, and you just don't really know where it's GonNa go where those times signatures are going to go, which gives me immense respect for anyone who's capable of of following along with that doing all the mental math gymnastics. This required to keep me prog rock is drummers. Dream Yeah. Play around and I was in a lot of bands where. Guitar players hated me. I played around too much. Playing Straight! Wrestle rock have fun too so once. I figured out how to do it I. Never looked back. Yeah, and I just kept doing it and kept writing songs, and and so forth and trying to find Bama A it. Yeah, and Cairo actually was formed by me. I had all the songs all that and I was doing some. Always doing videos. That's how I made money. So I was doing some videos for a record company I did some instructional videos I did instructional video with Dean? Castro Novo who is drummer of journey. Okay, and it's called high-performance drumming, and that was through no records Mike, Varney shrapnel records, and it was distributed through D., C., I. In New, York and you know. Was Did really good, and then I had another one for a guitar player by the name of Tony macalpine again through shrapnel records and shopping records is huge. Mike Varney found all the best guitar players in the world. So you know really great in that anyway At this point. They're recognizing Like the people that you're working with their recognizing the level, the ability that you have on the drums as well right like was he did. They did absolutely because you know. Hey, I'm working with a record. reccomend doing some videotape musician to you got to take the stuff. Yeah, and so he did you know and he thought it was good and so I just kept doing it, and he says hey. I Mike Varney said Hey, I know a guy is just getting tour. Keyboardist is classically trained I need to introduce them to you. That'd be really cool. So that's how Cairo formed. I. Mike Varney dinner to mark Robertson who is a classic, trained, a piano player and synth player and the whole thing. He went to the conservatory as a nine foot, grocery and piano. Hammond C three Hammarby three, Leslie, Spinning, Speakers, the whole thing mini, Moog synthesizers. The guy is the real deal. His idol is Keith Emerson. Okay Yep I've ever they can palmer who is one of my favorite prog? Bands of all time you know just amazing. So when Mike Varney introduced me to mark Roberson brought him over to the studio I had all my keyboard setup I started showing songs. He's like wow. A drummer can write songs so for the first month. I was just showing my songs in front of my keyboard. Keyboards and he was like playing along with it. He's playing along with finally one day says you know Brockman once you get behind the drums, I think I got it, and then when I got behind the drums I saw what the guy could really do. Like left hand over here right hand over here. He's turned himself into to people and just going crazy. I'm just going. Oh my God. This is the real deal. So, then I could just give him anything. I wrote he would go home. Take my compositions and just tournament little masterpieces, and then we'd work on the parts, and he'll say I really like this part, but I think this is better as a as a bridge. Instead of course, our vice versa, and then we'd work it out and really easy to work with, and I really appreciated that he gave me the time and patience beams. How that he went to the conservatory? You know I trained I taught myself. keyboards and guitar, and all that I did take drum lessons starting in fourth grade. Drama, and all that so I can read all the rudimentary snare stuff you know. Was was that you're kind of injured like official introduction introduction as a child to music or like? Where did that kind of a well? The introduction was my dad. always had music playing in the house. 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Chiefs' Tyreek Hill reportedly day-to-day after hamstring injury, could return in Week 13 vs. Raiders

The Rich Eisen Show

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Chiefs' Tyreek Hill reportedly day-to-day after hamstring injury, could return in Week 13 vs. Raiders

"Big Win for the chiefs last night. no doubt about got it and they needed it at have it out of habit. It's in division. It is a road win technically indecision for Kansas City and So check doc box and they needed it but win because guess what. Raiders are out on their heels. Raiders have the same number of losses raiders. Now with the chiefs on their are by week head to New Jersey to take on the jets who have suddenly piece together a couple of wins in a row and this. This will not be easy for Oakland. Oakland and I'm sure gruden will be knocking on wood. If you with me about how difficult you know this Guy Jamal. Adams is and this guy. Darnall just threw four touchdowns but it's a win against a three win team on the road away from tying the chiefs and having a game in in Kansas City with the chiefs coming back from their bye week in week Baker's dozen with the AFC West Online. And I think that's all kinds of delicious. But for the time being the chiefs chiefs did their part to set that up as a possibility the reverse would have been far more difficult for them to handle going into a bye week and sure enough. I was concerned about that turf. There were large chunks of it coming up. tyreek Hill hurt his hamstring. We're assuming zooming he'll be fine after a week off the bye and Mahomes if you told me Christopher Brockman never actually let's flip flip the script if I told you if I told you the dafter Patrick mahomes defending. Mvp of your national the football league that his kneecap was on the side of his right leg. I told you the very next day. Not only would he only missed two games but the chiefs would definitely have him out on the field in Mexico where the game had to be cancelled due to concerns over turf that he would be out there. We would be seeing chunks of turf coming up and he would be the leading rusher of the Kansas City chiefs. What if I told you that fact no chance as what happened sure enough? That's more more more more impressive. Things too is that the chiefs the chiefs only got one hundred. Eighty two passing yards out of mahomes. It was the second least productive night and that statistical category for his entire career the only time in which he has thrown for less in a game was the game I just referred to where the KNEECAP was on the side of his leg and he got knocked out of it. Just after seventy six yards passing. But he had fifty-nine rush yards in the game. CAREER-BEST I'm telling you chiefs fans. You need to find a running game. I don't know maybe it's that other kid Williams who came in for Damian Williams. Maybe IT'S DARYL I duNno. We'll Shawn McCoy. Had some nice runs. You did have to rushing touchdowns not from homes. Last night. I get it to us the bigger phrase I get get it but What what what I need to see from his chiefs team moving forward with old man winter paying a visit more often than not this team it looks like for this team to make the Super Bowl? Not only will they have to win based on things all right now now. Not only will they have to win a wild card weekend home game but they are gonNA have to go into Baltimore or into new New England after winning that home game and beat the Patriots and or Ravens in their houses in a mid January on a presumably very cold mid January day. They are going to have to run the ball. They cannot let Baltimore or and New England pin near years back and go chase mahomes and there will be a dress rehearsal for that actually for the Kansas City chiefs coming up in week fourteen when they visit New England after playing that game against the raiders. There'll be that Dress rehearsal. We'll see how they can fair in that one but they need to find a running game name and right now they don't have somebody that can just carry it fifteen to twenty times a game and give the chiefs the the proper amount of breathing room and the proper amount of play action viability right now. I'm not seeing it. I haven't haven't seen it with consistency and that concerns me about this team's super bowl hopes

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Judge OK's high-profile new defense team for Weinstein

24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Judge OK's high-profile new defense team for Weinstein

"Team came to court morning. He is innocent. That's Jose Baez when afford defense attorneys who will be moving forward with the case, they replaced New York. Lawyer Ben Bronfman judge Burke has granted by application to withdraw Weinstein still consulted with Brockman when judge Burke asked the defendant about his comfort level with the new attorneys who had represented one of his accusers. Actress rose McGowan that was a drug possession case. The judge Tilly Weinstein the attorneys cannot share their information about McGowan with him. He was okay with that. And they preceded Juliet Papa ten ten wins

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Brockman Richie, Archie Zaraleta And Heathrow discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Brockman Richie, Archie Zaraleta And Heathrow discussed on 24 Hour News

"Archie zaraleta? The son of Lionel Richie is accused of threatening to detonate a bomb at Heathrow airport in London TMZ says twenty four year old miles. Brockman Richie was detained over the weekend. After punching a security guard and allegedly making a bomb threat when he wasn't

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"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"We had Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports any athletic into talk college football last hour. We'll have Peter King on horn in a matter of moments and the poll question we haven't gotten to yet. Let's hit that at the top of this hour in which will take your phone calls and our usual overreaction Monday's segment in which Chris Brockman, it's me with a ton of headlines or Twitter takes that people are having very busy weekend of sports. Chris Brockman, the news will be coming up an hour number three as well. Mic. Sabin had an interesting quote after the citadel taking his team to locker room. All tied tent. Fascinating weekend. Sports for sure Chris. What does the poll question today for the poll, we they knew Super Bowl favorite, according to the desert the saints now the favorite for the Super Bowl you declared the warriors NBA champs back in October. Over Alabama kinda struggled against sitted L over the weekend. Of course, Duke basketball, another huge win. What is the safest championship bet in sports right now, the safest championship bet. Alabama football, Duke basketball, the saints or the warriors. Okay. Safest championship bet. Sports right now. Go to our our app apple app store or Google play at the link at the top of our Twitter handle, also go to our website as well richeisenshow dot com. That's where you can also just in time for the holidays right around the corner. Get some great gifts for all the loved ones in your life..

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Harvey Weinstein Gets One Sexual Assault Charge Dismissed

Rich Stevens

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Harvey Weinstein Gets One Sexual Assault Charge Dismissed

"A judge has dismissed one of. Harvey Weinstein's three sexual assault cases. Prosecutors said that actress Lucia Evans had given a witness a different version of the alleged sex assault from the one she had given them. She initially cut him the the producer forced to perform oral Simpson him in two thousand four but Weinstein's lawyer Benjamin Brockman said he'd seek to have the remaining five charges involving two dismissed as well, why do I have a feeling that he's going to get off with all this

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"brockman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Brad limited time only at participating restaurants use time eleven oh three and a break in a big one this morning for movie producer Harvey Weinstein, as the district attorney asked the judge to drop some of the charges against the man assailed is a serial sexual predator live out. Attention was reporters. Sonia Rincon, who's standing by at the Manhattan criminal courts on Sonia. Yeah. A couple of things happened here today. The DA's office agreed to the defense's motion to dismiss count number six of the criminal sexual assault indictment. Those allegations pertain to actress Lucia Evans who claims Weinstein sexually assaulted her. Now, Evans's attorney said very emphatically that this says nothing about Weinstein's innocence. But that it does highlight a feud between the DA's office and the NYPD Kerry Goldberg said because of this the DA's office botched the case, but that Evans will go forward and proved that Weinstein did sexually assault her perhaps in a civil case. Now, the DA's office says it will go full speed ahead as well and proceed with the other charges in the case. In fact, some documents are going to be made public today that hasn't been seen before these relate to some emails between one of the victims, not Evans, but another of the victims, and and Weinstein and Weinstein's attorney Ben Brockman had been looking to make this evidence public because. He believed that it shows a consensual relationship between the two Bronfman said of this latest development today with regard to the Evans count that the DA's case is now irreparably damaged Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins live at Manhattan criminal court wins. News time eleven oh. Four wants a powerful hurricane Michael. Now. A tropical storm is bringing high winds and rain to Georgia and South Carolina, Michael made landfall on the Florida panhandle yesterday causing widespread destruction there and ABC news. Correspondent Pete combs joins us live from Walton county in Florida with an update on what he saw when the sun came up Pete. When the sun came up. I saw convoys truck after truck power trucks. I saw urban rescue trucks. I saw command centers all of these rescuers. These responders have been pre-stage out to the west of the hurricane zone. They are now moving in on mass trying to get to where help is needed. The most. I'm driving out of the hurricane Joan momentarily like a lot of people trying to find some fuel nothing is open. There is no power from the Panama City beach area, eastward all the way through the zone all the way toward Tallahassee. There's no power. There's no fuel. You can't get anything in terms of gas in your car. And so I'm going to go out and do that. And then I'm going to go back in and.

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"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You can get your jersey. Have you gotten your Josh Gordon jersey at Chris Brockman? Have you gotten a night yet, but it does look pretty good. And what what number does it have? Josh Gordon's wear. Number ten, who's previous? Where of number ten? Mr James Garoppolo. As if there's not enough lines to read in between. So if Brady wants to hit Garoppolo, he's free to do it every single hit that number ten every single game. I got right. The hands more likely. So today was Bill Bella checks, first presser availability of the week. And on Monday he did his iae show said, I can't talk about guys not here, and he said the same thing that is conference call Tuesday. So today would absolutely be the day to get Bill bell checks. Comments on the Josh Gordon trade, and he told the members of the media that the deal was still not yet done. Give listen. Call them at one if it's when it's done? No, I'm not gonna. Talk about players are not. Actually, I would say on our roster. Totally. So when that happens, it happens if If it. if and when it happens, I'm happy to talk about, okay, it's it's not completed. So I don't understand how we don't understand it. It's not when it's completed its completed, it's not completed. Right now. So that's what's next question. How we don't understand this. Maybe a member.

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"brockman" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"We'll say I do find myself doing it on my own just out in the wild. Is that true? Yeah, that's true. Okay. That is the voice of Chris Brockman. Really weird to introduce. Last name your face. It's painful to even say my full name because they only call you dummy. Like, I don't know. I don't know. I I don't ever go. This is Chris Brockman. That's so we were. This is Chris Robin. So you're sitting in for robbery all this week because you're an actual sports caster. Actually. Now you're really getting into it. It's great. Red light on. And is it muted? No. Okay. Job. Well, we Chris's coming in because wriggles out of town. We like to play where in the world is rob Riggle when he's out of town. Rob always assumes what I'm doing when I'm out of town. So by the way we're doing this at our house, correct. We are not in the studio. So it sounds weird or you hear the sound of high heels? That is my dog walking around with long fingernails or toenails. What we we're in the nook. Yeah, this is this. I call it the booth like a breakfast, dining booth booth Weaver, dining booth. Awesome back..

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Michael Avenatti gets judge to bar media from his testimony on Newport Beach law firm's bankruptcy

24 Hour News

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Michael Avenatti gets judge to bar media from his testimony on Newport Beach law firm's bankruptcy

"Allison Mack, who, was on smallville Clara broth men and heirs to the Seagram's liquor fortune and. Nexium co-founder Nancy Saltzman along with two others pleaded not guilty rainier his lawyer Mark says the alleged victims. Were never forced to do anything against their will this is basically a case as odd as it sounds about how grown. Adults are intimate with each other and the choices that grown adults make prosecutors accused of helping recruit women some who were branded. To be sex slaves and say. Brockman bankrolled Nexium they all deny any wrongdoing Julie Walker federal judge agreed to keep the, media, out of, the hearing involving stormy Daniels lawyer Michael Abernathy convinces a federal bankruptcy judge in cali- To allow him to testify. In private in a case involving the bankruptcy of his now former law firm you also. Ask the judges seal his testimony back in may the judge ordered the firm to pay ten million dollars to another lawyer who claimed it misstated prophets Associated Press and several other. News organizations want the judge on seal the transcript of, his testimony, the. Push for privacy is an. About face, for, the lawyer was demanded President Trump and his former lawyer reveal information about the. One hundred thirty thousand dollars stormy Daniels was paid Tim McGuire wins news. Time to fifty one From, the ram trucks traffic center here's Jeff Johnson and. The rise in Westchester is a pretty good one looks like our down tree has been taken care. Of on the northbound side of these sawmills so everything reopened there and looking good on to eighty, seven in the cross. County Parkway for now no problems at all a little road work on the southbound, merit right, near the. State line through Greenwich but. Overall it's quiet ninety, five, looks good more we see on long island's big three is a decent commute for a few minutes is when you commute troubles on the LA northern, or the southern state Parkway's and in Manhattan aged. Wrap up the, northbound Harlem river drive construction any minute now closure by one hundred and fifty still. In place for another eight minutes or so and. Eastbound becuase still has workout by flushing avenue and here's what you. Need to know. About the, bridges and tunnels. It's pretty quiet Lincoln Holland George. Look good he Bambridge close for. The night as is the marine Parkway bridge I use the cross bay bridge instead. Alternate side parking rules are in effect today. I'm Jeff Johnson next report at three zero one on. Santan, wins wins news time to fifty two now the official And ten. Wins Accu weather four day forecast meteorologist Carl babinski with. This, live report Lane it's seventy three and we, have clouds early on this Thursday Shower activity, on ten ten wins Doppler radar on a downward spiral of course. This is good for the hours leading up to the morning commute most of what's going on right now on eastern Long Island, in New England can't. Also overlook the fact in north west. Jersey some spotty shower activity nothing that will lead to. Flooding certainly and later today l. shower. Activity will be widely scattered there could. Be a rumble of thunder one thing they will not be changing. It will still be quite humid highs today in the mid eighties then tonight we're expecting lows in the upper sixties to near seventy concern for late Friday is that thunderstorms occurring may develop some. Strong gusty winds and parental downpours as a cold front, pushes through it'll, be in the upper eighties ahead of that front then slightly cooler mid eighties and less, humid with sunshine and, a few, clouds this. Coming weekend right now seventy three, and cloudy. Humidity ninety six percent the wind light and. Variable cloudy seventy three we're headed down to seventy two in, midtown all. Maquis with a meteorologist curbed ski on New York's weather stay Asian ten ten wins wins news time. To fifty three ready for premium multivitamin but actually makes you feel better shoes GNC our in house science team combined nutrients and ingredients to deliver products that work that means a.

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Ken Chiampou, Trump and John Kobylt discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Ken Chiampou, Trump and John Kobylt discussed on John and Ken

"Radio station john and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou kfi am six forty yes everybody all right coming up after three o'clock we'll check in on trump's little london visit i actually listened to most of that news conference this morning with theresa may just happened to tune in i was like oh this ought to be cool and it's like two people with completely different world views on a lot of things just trying to act like they're buddies i think well it's mostly trump trying to act like he just loves her thinks she's the greatest she doesn't throw a lot of love back but she doesn't stand there and exactly complain about them anyway we'll talk about all this is especially on immigration the story that's big of course in this country right now we'll talk about all this in place of audio on the after the news at three o'clock on the john and ken show i have never heard of and i have to work on pronouncing his name a hockey theater coppola's taki apparently says he's been a columnist john for over forty years forty one years as a spectator columnist is this an entertainment website i don't know i guess he's well known in his world i've seen his name but i don't know anything about him i don't either taki he goes by his first name t a k i at first i didn't know if it's a man or a woman because i was reading the column and then i realized because i googled it is an eight year old greek guy he's eighty he will be se's eighty yes that's why he's been a columnist for over forty one years for spectator i send the reason he's in the news is that he ran a column this morning with an interview with harvey weinstein headline breaks the silence at least that's the way the rest of the media was reporting it and i can tell you now just a couple of hours ago he's retracted the column which again he now says in his forty one years he's never done before well the column is based on a very it's a very short story well he claims it wasn't really an interview it was just a social visit well yeah but i mean there was an exchange and he wrote down the exchange he had with hard director a quotes you can't you can't re how can you retract something that actually happened reported on the conversation they had yes but he's trying to act like as a professional journalist that wasn't the exact setting for an interview and maybe harvey didn't even realize it was an interview and i should not have quoted him in a column because it wasn't really an internal looks like somebody told the truth yes yes people tell the truth the reason this is making news is it harvey weinstein is quoted as saying the following i offered acting jobs in exchange for sex so does everyone they still do he also added he did not force himself on a single woman in fact here's the whole quote which is kinda funny he looked at taki you were born rich and privileged and you were handsome i was born poor ugly jewish defied all my life to get somewhere you got lots of girls no girl looked at me until i made it big in hollywood yes i did offer them acting jobs in exchange for sex but so did and still does everyone but i never ever forced myself on a single woman now he says it took place in his new york office and weinstein's lawyer ben brockman was also there well i mean shortly after the story was published brooklyn's out saying weinstein has been misquoted should and called on hockey to issue a retraction she's now done social call he's not poor gleaned jewish and said i was pressing for the conversation it was not an interview social meeting between old friends harvey kentucky did not discuss the case noone allow him to they talked about old hollywood in contrast to european culture and i think talkie sees harvey in that older light mr weinstein never said anything about trading movie roles for sexual favors you'll have my word that harvey did not say that of course he did and and it's the truth and everybody has known that for for decades but only actresses tell that story so everybody knows it goes on all the time i don't understand what what are we playing pretend about here i you're right trading sex for a movie role is not illegal besides icing yourself is a legal i.

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Movie producer Weinstein pleads not guilty to new sex assault charge

24 Hour News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Movie producer Weinstein pleads not guilty to new sex assault charge

"The superseding indictment of harvey weinstein this morning he was back in court for arraignment on the new charges as he did in the first two cases harvey weinstein pleaded not guilty in this third sexual assault case is attorney ben brooklyn is the weinstein has told me and i have told court that his primary objective is to clear his name the new charges date back to two thousand six rothman denies his client is ed nonconsensual sex gloria allred represents this third alleged victim in order to attempt to prove consent you wouldn't need to call mr weinstein to the witness stand to testify under oath allred targeting brockman by saying my client will take the stand will yours al jones ten ten wins at manhattan criminal court wins news time to well three eight out five to go but they'll have to spend another night deep inside a flooded cave in thailand here's correspondent ivan watson the rescue operations have been suspended now night has fallen but it was another productive day four more voice brought from deep within the mountain where they have been stuck for more than two weeks in a cavern more than two miles into the mountain brought out one by one bringing up the number ten eight now rescued between sunday and monday all the rescued boys are now receiving medical care the boys are being brought out one by one accompanied by two divers and it takes hours to negotiate she ate the flood sometimes tight tunnels still inside or perched on a small muddy ledge surrounded by water wins news time four search continues at instead lake park for a teenager who went missing more than a week ago on the ten ten wins ring central newsline here's our carol de oriente or at least four dozen law enforcement officials looking for nineteen year old louis mosa of westbury he's been missing for twelve days his stepmother suzanne bayer said the searches in hempstead lake state park because someone sent an anonymous tip to lewis's cousin jason come over and check the park and the pond area both sides of the therapy and good luck god blood's so we're hoping for the best possible outcome nassau county police commissioner patrick ryder said he doesn't believe the teen's disappearance is connected to gang like ms thirteen and the stepmother said lewis is not in a gang but sometimes hangs out with bad people carol korea.

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Movie producer Weinstein pleads not guilty to new sex assault charge

24 Hour News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Movie producer Weinstein pleads not guilty to new sex assault charge

"The superseding indictment of harvey weinstein this morning he was back in court for arraignment on the new charges as he did in the first two cases harvey weinstein pleaded not guilty in this third sexual assault case is attorney has been brooklyn that's the weinstein has told me and i have told the court that his primary objective is to clear his name the new charges date back to two two thousand six rothman denies his client is ed nonconsensual sex gloria allred represents this third alleged victim in order to attempt to prove consent you would need to call mr weinstein to the witness stand to testify under oath allred targeting brockman by saying my client will take the stand will yours al jones ten ten wins at manhattan criminal court wins news time twelve oh three eight out five to go not they'll have to spend another night deep inside of flooded cave in thailand here's correspondent ivan watson with the latest c rescue operations have been suspended now the night has fallen but it was another productive day four more boys brought from deep within the mountain where they have been stuck for more than two weeks in cavern more than two miles into the mountain brought out one by one bringing up the number eight now rescue between sunday and monday all the rescued boys are now receiving medical care the boys are being brought out one by one accompanied by two divers and it takes hours to negotiate the flooded sometimes tight tunnels those still inside or perched on a small muddy ledge surrounded by water wins news time twelve oh four the search continues at hempstead lake park for a teenager who went missing more than a week ago on the ten ten wins.

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"brockman" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on Tech News Today

"It's like or it's always gonna live in your mind you're never gonna forget it but a that's like doom serene type of reinforcement learning might need to do that a hundred two hundred times so it's humid like really good at learning and these botch really aren't yet what about like diminishing returns in term of in terms of the computing power required to get better and better there are there any diminishing returns that we have to worry about it's kind of an interesting question because when i was talking to open a cto greg brockman he was talking about how the more compute they throw this new massive nazi somebody like a back of the envelope math on twitter and they were thinking no tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars compute the more computer they throw at the better it gets on any gift on saying we thought we were gonna hit this kind of like magic wall where like the compute was gonna run out in the i wouldn't get any better or learn new things and they just didn't find it the longer they trained at the better they got and it was really after a long training session where they kind of found that they were already mimicking moves that human masters so it it's it's only a up from here and i think that's what's so kinda crazy about this is that they didn't find a limit the only thing that they tapped out was very much like the amount of computing throw out it did were there any limits that were placed on the boss like any game play rules things that they were were not allowed to do in order to keep things fair or pretty much like you say limitless entirely yeah so so they did limit the bunch a little bit in that in how they interact with the matt so right now there are a few special items that they can't use they can't summon up their other characters onto the board there are a few expels will something like a few little guys to find for you and they can't use something called wards which are i headed correspondence with like a top ten percent doda to buyer he resigned that it was really weird that they weren't using words because it's critical to the plant award does is it you place it in.

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Hollywood mogul Weinstein pleads not guilty to rape charges

24 Hour News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Hollywood mogul Weinstein pleads not guilty to rape charges

"The bar justice and it's time that gloria allred outside the courthouse in new york or harvey weinstein pleaded not guilty to rape charges this case involves two women there are more allegations against the longtime hollywood producer benjamin brockman is weinstein's attorney is a terrible crime and he has denied these allegations and as terrible crime as rape is it is equally reprehensible to be falsely accused rothman is challenged the credibility of weinstein's alleged victims of fashion designer has died in new york and apparent suicide law enforcement officials say the housekeeping staff found kate spade hanging inside her park avenue apartment just before ten thirty in the morning they say she lifted note kate spade was fifty five former accessories editor at met was oh magazine she created a line of sleek handbags that were a hit beginning in nineteen ninety three the brand which she left in two thousand seven has more than one hundred forty retail shops in the united states and one hundred seventy five more internet nationally the officials who spoke on condition of anonymity did not know what was in designer kate spade note warren levinson new york philadelphia eagles fan was asked about president trump's decision to cancel the team's visit to the white house over the national anthem i think it's disappointing that the president would choose to tell people that they aren't allowed to exercise their rights of peace protests in this country and i think it's a disgrace snow eagles players neil during the anthem last season morton the ap saga megani the president sold confidence he believes there's big overlap between football fans and he's base and he thinks voters will take his side instead of the players he told a one confidante yesterday he wants to periodically revived the anthem issue in coming months figuring that will help republicans in the midterm elections this is ap radio news.

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Ex-Michigan State president apologizes in gymnastics sex abuse scandal

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Ex-Michigan State president apologizes in gymnastics sex abuse scandal

"To hear the very latest news traffic and weather just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio and we are following developments in washington where senators have just seen their summer recess cancelled senate president mitch mcconnell told members today they should expect to remain in session through the month of august much more on the story as more information becomes available a not guilty plea from harvey weinstein the former hollywood heavyweight was formally arraigned today in a new york city courtroom weinstein is facing rape and criminal sex act charges that could result in decades in prison if convicted weinstein's attorney ben brockman spoke to reporters after this morning's hearing and suggests he expects a very lengthy court battle is the first day of this process we begin our fight now harvey weinstein is free on a million dollars bail but is confined to just new york and connecticut on capitol hill as senate subcommittee is set to hear testimony today from former usa gymnastics president steve penny and former michigan state university president luana simon about the sexual abuse of female athletes during their respective tenures by disgrace sports dr larry nassar ahead of today's hearing a number of athletes who were asked spoke they were abused they spoke today here's victim hannah i envision a future where girls can walk into a gymnastics facility and feel like they can have fun where they can feel safe where they can enjoy what they do and where they can get proper treatment nassar is now serving life in prison in other news she's famous enough to go by only one name and now the smithsonian is paying trivia she's been a household name for decades even raising speculation of a run for president in twenty two twenty for too long women have not been heard or believe oprah is being honored with an exhibit at the smithsonian museum of african american history and culture beginning friday it'll include video clips interviews movie costumes personal photographs and journals exploring oprah's influence how her work has shaped america the museum's director says her twenty one million dollars in contributions to the museum did not influence the decision to honor her deborah rodriguez cbs news wbz news time one forty two in sports the red sox will start a threegame set with a tigers tonight at fenway at seven ten boston front office was very busy last night wbz's adam kaufman is.

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"brockman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Control room cannot be true those guys love me brockman here's me all the time we love you too but we call you can call oh you you out for you guys like the call i love you richard in mission viejo california your here on the rich eisen show it's up richard hey rich longtime viewer and listener thank you i'm hey i'm just a suggestion i'm a i got a couple of years on you you and i are basically saying generation he might reveal to relate to this but i suggest any time you have pop culture or sports trivia questions please you're happy to call me or you could deferred m thirteen del tufo because please don't go to brockman this is back i would say you could use a line of separation line at a pre seinfeld era culture anything anything pre signed don't go to brockton first of all it is not eagles it's an eagles thought he he does definitely not true he says things like he knows for fact when it's not true they got that name out in joshua tree when they were making the album cover and tripping on peyote and it is the eagles it always has been secondly a look at your your source of information the same guy that six months ago sad definitively that the song please come home to boston was by james taylor hello music history fact that was dave mason i mean again pain so he's completely off base on now richard i gotta jump in here though put a twitter poll out there that's the only way we can do it let's go to twitter and see how many burn recounts can meet the eagles.

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Harvey Weinstein turned himself in, out on bail

Friday Night Street Party

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Harvey Weinstein turned himself in, out on bail

"The afternoon high seventy five and tuesday partly sunny much warmer high eighty seven currently seventy three going up to ninety degrees in midtown fair skies was you signed foro six harvey weinstein turned himself in yesterday morning started today in handcuffs out on bail with electric ankle brace the handcuffs were removed as harvey weinstein steps before the judge prosecutor joanna lucy outlining the charges stemming from allegations from two women unveil bondsman ira judson attached to twenty four hour monitoring device on weinstein's ankle the former movie mogul was released on a million dollars cash bail but he may be back next week if he chooses to testify before a grand jury but attorney ben brockman says bad behavior is not on trial in this case it's only if you intentionally committed a criminal act i missed the weinstein vigorously denies that juliet papa ten ten wins at one hundred centre street meantime actress and weinstein accuser rose mcgowan asked what she would say to him linka you appeared on nbc's megan kelly today the president was asked his reaction said he's not familiar with the weinstein case told reporters he didn't know anything about it adding it's really too bad too bad end quote mayor bill de blasios appearing on wnyc radio went off on what he referred to as the corporate media a day after the court ordered release a forty two hundred pages of e mails that at times rip the media mayor de blasio doubling down on his criticism we have the corporate media based on selling things i don't think that's healthy i think that leads to allow distortion and on wnyc repeated his hopes that the new york post goes out of business no i will not shed a tear if that newspapers longer here his owner continued to rail against the media and coverage of his administration in a rare visit to the press room at city hall twentysix minute exchange described by those there s testy al jones tim ten wins news wins news time four eight this friday if you hear this oh my hand and lots of the must be at a theatre watching action points from johnny knoxville the star of jackass radio i'm probably okay to have one more drink before i drive home i'm probably okay i opened.

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"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Chris chris brockman you have the actual the actual issue with the details on on ronaldo's sent oh yeah okay so that the official title is cr seven and you can get a two piece gift set that includes you know the cologne spray one point seven ounces spray and then a five ounce shower gel very good now here's the description on these products here druk onto our rip off so it's not quite sporty energetic and modern cr seven is a fragrance for the spontaneous on the go young man and intoxicating blend of classic fu gray notes and addictive woods and spices like made me want to drink are seven notes f o u g e r e i don't know how you say c r seven is temporary cocktail of bold daring during reflective of rinaldo strong vibrant care of maybe what dim the lights choir what they come out and spray on somebody who goes down because he's been tucked bio cuticle and then they spray it and then all of a sudden he comes back from off the stretcher in runs like a gazelle right it's also the spray that they spray to do the ten y'all for the free games of the phone lissette listening to this beautiful description of realize he ends it's richest question about when football is made it sulk is made in this country is when the children of america walking around wearing london don't have enough to shave from we live in america that america david told me well that's why you're trying that's where you're going to be a citizen you're going to be a fullfledged member yeah l d ten what is this tour about your here in los angeles than than middle of june saint louis seattle portland san francisco before hitting the east coast what are you have doing the wool kept his remarkable telling any forensic gives us the spine of memories whenever you name a year i immediately default to the nearest will cuff and can remember slumdog millionaire style just like the incredible collective memories of english do.

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"brockman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Bills want to be a to which i would think there would be it would be comfortable with either one allan allan those are the names you hear i give give give give give brockman his patriots getting rosen here's a scenario so if you if you see those three quarterbacks go and there's potential for one to slide and that's rose and i don't think they can get all the way up there in the top five okay but once you get past five right colts don't get out they stick and pick roquan smith is the name that you hear there the the bucks are not taking a quarterback the bears are not taking a quarterback now you get to the niners and raiders they're not taking quarterbacks but i would think nine and ten you've got relationships there you've got a relationship obviously with john lynch that just did the garoppolo thing so maybe this is the turnaround go ahead and come up there and go get rosen there or it's the gruden situation where that roster needs some help and oakland as well he could imagine picks and and go back there so the nine ten i guess we'll call it the turn or whatever would be that's this area the sweet spot gotta get ahead of miami he's inside the division to go get josh rosen that's how what does that cost them there there to one's right to ones and the forty third overall all i would say is i think the the forty niners you could say they got over a little bit on the garage you only one yeah i don't think it works that's what you're selling yourself daniel jeremiah here on the rich eisen show let's because we're we're on in south florida on the rich eisen show radio network there's a lot of talk about the marlins there for a second that's on hbo tonight with jeeter and bryant gumbel on if you saw transcript looks i i know nothing it's all my gosh yeah where he did did jeeter call he called the gumbo like mentally soft or something weakminded gumbel securing him of tanking and he says he's not tanking he expects.

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Craziest sports stories of the week

The Rich Eisen Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Craziest sports stories of the week

"Yeah hopped being conor mcgregor going all nuts throwing a a security stanchion and then a a wheeled dali at a bus that was pulling out from underneath the tunnel of barclay center after a presser for the latest ufc event that's going down there this weekend i'm assuming it's still going down because they can't get anybody to fight habiba neuro nirma demidov right now while then i'm hooked on phonics and i i can only wish we had a camera on me having explained to me by so many folks who are more plugged into you see than i am but i'm reading up on this thing and conor mcgregor as we speak is apparently any courthouse in the seat of city of new york going through an arraignment after having turned himself in when this happened yesterday when he threw stuff at this bus and it's shattered a window what i'd say to you guys i turn you guys i'm like this is new york city right they don't care if this is fake or real they don't care if they're trying to sell tickets or conor mcgregor is trying to do x y and z and whether we're sitting here saying is it real rich fake guess who doesn't care the new york authorities do not care and conor mcgregor is now being walked these doing perp walks right now in new york city has mugshots making the rounds on twitter this morning poll question chris brockman poll question on a day peter king gonna join us in about eighteen minutes time to give us the latest on what's going on in the nfl less than three weeks from the draft rg three got signed this week i have a feeling that's part of what this poll question it's been a crazy week for stories so what's been the craziest story of the week khanna mcgregor's rampage and arrest yesterday by the way sergio garcia fending masters champion got a thirteen on on fifteen yesterday lebron verse nick sabin over the barber shop segment that was crazy and rg three signs with the ravens we miss anything what's been the crazy we nothing tops the defending champion shooting in eighty one because he got a thirteen on fifteen going all roy mcevoy basically on the back nine there at augusta but tony fee now popping his his left ankle out celebrating.

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"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I respect him as a coach but i'll be damned if i also went to use on platform or try to you know do the same thing we're doing and you know just think it's okay so the lawyers figure it out okay so brockman brockman can you send out an email because i'm right now as you know i'm i'm i'm at the the mike here can you let those here at eighteen oh that the idea had about interviewing people in a barbershop where or can't guessing and let jeff of detroit now that when he calls in we with what they're talking about in their barbershop can't play we're still going to do it but if he wouldn't mind just not mentioning haircut barbershop don it just say this is what we're talking about okay 'cause i just don't want to as you know maverick came in here now months ago and i mean we like him like them and okay got it how similar around greatest fighter evill what would have going what are we doing oh my gosh eddie murphy should send bron james season desist order what else let's get chris brockman news update right now brought to you by our friends at honda brockman special live report rock men with the news yes it's brought to you by the honda a versatile honda twenty eighteen h are the great for city great for outdoors great for any anything that weather could put on the road right in front of it is awesome test drive at right now at the local honda dealer holding the honda dream garage spring event that's happening now chris what's going on i just got an email from the estate of walter cronkite we're not allowed to do the news anymore cease and desist from from a man beyond the grad through he's got great lawyers just some full details guys on the brandin cooks rams trade so it's brandin cooks and a fourth round pick to the rams for the twenty third overall pick a sixth rounder those are the final details on that cooks and gotha the same agent apparently that they have thrown with each other they know each other yeah and him and woods again woods cooks cup not too shabby and as you know the rams have all of these young tight ends somebo.

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"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"All right when we come back we'll talk blake bordeaux's and later on a skip brockman will join the program skip the rag on lebrun swift me um i agree with abhran on friday when i when we come back i will give you because i know i know i know in the sports business uh wh maybe will split screen the conversation brockman are about to have bob blake bulls ireland luckily i'll give you three good reasons why the blake bordeaux's contract is spot on i love it love love love it phone lines are late eight four four tool for rich love that you were often running here on run rich run week combine week here on this monday edition of the rich eisen show rich eisen here for true car even if you're a big time basketball fan there might be a few facts about the game you don't know like did you know that the first hoops were actually peach baskets or that a warm basketball is bouncier than a cold one or that players can run as much as four miles during a game while ears are the fact you might not know that's actually really helpful if you need to buy a car true car also helps people get used cars that's right drew car isn't just for buying new cars with their certified dealer network and nationwide inventory of nearly one million used cars you'll enjoy real pricing on actual inventory in a simpler buying experience whether you buy new or used and withdrew car users can see what others paid so they know if they're getting a good deal before bind there are more likely to enjoy a faster buying experience by connecting with true car certified dealers when you're ready to buy a new or used car out true carnage were more competent car buying experience.

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"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"brockman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In a play offs as we saw future hall of famer derail rivas turned down not one but two opportunities including on the game sealing thurdin 10run that marcus mario to through the block four to wrap it up nobody wanted a piece of him and i'm sure he bella check will be showing this video over and over again sane nobody turned down contact with this guy because that's the guy in my mind brockman that can one in done the new england patriots and we have all week to discuss it but mario to throw in the block to cap off the comeback tied for the largest road comeback in a history of the playoffs tying the cowboys eighteen point comeback against the niners in the seventy two playoffs that was started by the first ever instance in the history of the playoffs of a quarterback catching his own touchdown throw amazed okay so all of that leaves chiefs fans today wondering what the hell happened there and then emmy nfc because we're just gonna leave the jaguars in the bills look we all survived at watching that thing it was an odd bleeding situation and romo one nance did their best to call it but that's a huge defense in jacksonville and we will discuss on the show about the issues that that presents the pittsburgh steelers who know first hand how difficult it is to score on them back and week five losing thirty two nine but to me in the nfc if i'm minnesota i do not want to see drew brees in this team walk into the building and i know that they beat them in week one and they feel really good about themselves i would be genuinely concerned.

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