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"brodie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Effects. He just gets me going every time. It's probably the last time we're talking to howard right. he's still on that zoom by the way signing off thanks guys. Mike was just trying to help you know that he was That he was still. It was unfortunate that he was still listening. The one who is not here you may have missed him for a couple of days. Is billy and i wanted so badly to talk to billy today. About what bad bunny said he said bad bunny bigger than the grammys bigger than doing the super bowl. He said the biggest moment of his life was performing in wrestling. Yeah he too. Because it was the biggest moment in my life watching. Hanna miz john moores and what one moment in time are. You not surprised that bad bunny chose that over the grammy's and the super bowl as best moment of his life the best part was a daisy was like baked bitter super bowl right like as a joke and bad bunny was wide eyed and he was like no bigger than everything is the biggest moment in my life. He was so serious. It was not a joke to him. I loved it. it's massive. It's a it's a showcase of the immortals dan its grandest stage at the mall. I mean don't say that about the super bowl man. It's something to just put everything in a super bowl prison when you really. The standard should probably be the champions league final which actually wanted for the second time in their club's history. The only team in london whether european cup now the only team in london with duke european. Mike do me a favor and find that mad dog sound of him yelling about somebody getting a police escort. I want to get to that second because he's enraged by. I think it was What's your jets. Head coach named rob saleh robert. Sally yeah so he was enraged by that. We'll get to that in a second but before we do over the weekend. While mike was watching this he was enraged by me. And i really was disappointed in mike in general because i understand that this championship was a big moment for him but i texted him that fast and furious and jurassic park. We're talking about a crossover event in which both movies existing togethers to god. So you've got you know the rock and ludicrous against Dinosaurs and stuff. Okay and mike said my timing was terrible. And i just didn't think the timing was ever terrible to send somebody. That was a crossover event that was coming. Especially because billy's favorite movie is the fast and furious franchise. And mike's favorite movie. Is this jurassic park nonsense. It's not nonsense. Okay it's i think one of the biggest It just got knocked off the biggest movie of all time by avengers and then a was knocked up. Because did you see that joke. That james cameron pulled just going to re release avatar again just in asia this time so i can be number one now. Look no one's asking for these avatar movies. By the way is anybody site for avatar avatar was already dated by the time it came out. But i digress. You text me in the middle of the champions league. Final four chelsea yes. I was a terrible time. Because i don't know if you know this i work for the club. I have a podcast. It's the official podcast chelsea. Mike duck and i felt like i was a part of the team. I felt like a little bit of me. Lifted that trophy. On saturday. I was in warm embraces with strangers and family. I was an emotional an emotional wreck in to have that released in to win the biggest trophy in all of club sports it it just meant a lot and I wasn't fully prepared for anybody. Texting me let alone taxing me about jurassic park in fast and furious. Now that i've had time to process at that. Movie sounds amazing. Are you getting a ring ring for. No you get them metal. Dan myopic. No i got a coffee mug. That says champion.
"brodie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Effects. He just gets me going every time. It's probably the last time we're talking to howard right. He's still on zoom by the way just waiting waiting guys. Mike was just trying to help you know that he was that he was still. It was unfortunate that he was still listening. The one who is not here you may have missed him for a couple of days. Is billy and i wanted so badly to talk to you today. About what bad bunny said he said bad bunny bigger than the grammys bigger than doing the super bowl. He said the biggest moment of his life was performing in wrestling. Yeah he's under selling it to. Because it was the biggest moment in my life. In john morris in one moment in time. Are you not surprised. That bad bunny chose that over the grammy's and the super bowl as best moment of his life. The best part was jazy was like ha ba. Bitter super bowl right like as a joke and bad bunny was wide eyed and he was like no bigger than everything's the biggest moment in my life. He was so serious. It was not a joke to him. I loved it. it's massive. It's a it's a showcase of the immortals than its grandest stage of the mall. I mean to say that about the super bowl man. it's so myopic to just put everything in a super bowl prison when he you really. The standard should probably be the champions league final which he actually wanted for the second time in their club's history. You only team in london with a european cup now. The only team in london with duke european. Mike do me a favor and find that mad dog sound of him yelling about somebody getting a police escort. I want to get to that because he's enraged by he's always i think it was What's your jets. Head coach name rob saleh robert sally. Yeah so he was enraged by that. We'll get to that in a second but before we do over the weekend. While mike was watching this he was enraged by me. And i really was disappointed in mike in general because i understand that this championship was a big moment for him but i texted him that fast and furious and jurassic park. We're talking about a crossover event in which both movies exists. Togethers to god so you. You know the rock and ludicrous against Dinosaurs and stuff. Okay and mike said my timing was terrible. And i just didn't think the timing was ever terrible to send somebody that was a crossover event that was coming. Especially because billy's favorite movie is the food fast and furious franchise. And mike's favorite movies. This jurassic park nonsense. It's not nonsense okay. it's i think one of the biggest It just got knocked off the biggest movie of all time by avengers and then adventures was knocked off. Because it you see that joke. That james cameron just going to re release avatar again just in asia this time so i can be number one now. What no one's asking for these avatar movies by the way is anybody site for avatar avatar was already dated by the time it came out. But i digress. You text me in the middle of the champions league. Final four chelsea yes. I was a terrible time. Because i don't know if you know this i work for the club. I have a podcast. It's official podcast. Chelsea mic'ed up. And i felt like i was a part of the team. I felt like a little bit of me. Lifted that trophy. On saturday. I was in warm embraces with strangers and family. I was emotional. An emotional to have that released in to win the biggest trophy in all of club. Sports it it just meant a lot and i wasn't fully prepared for anybody. Texting me let alone texting me about jurassic park in fast and furious. Now that i've had time to process at sounds amazing. Are you getting a ring a ring for. No you get them metal dan. I've you know..
"brodie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Back and forth this weekend between merkich and kendrick perkins kendrick perkins exists at this point to say things on espn and kendrick perkins job. It is the job. They signed into a big extension. Espn didn't want anything to what's happening here. But kendrick perkins says things on television. He is not stu gods he. Just he's not mean he just gets on there and he says things says things that enraged people and he called merkich the worst offender in the league which called him. You know saying of him. If he were in the league today he would be a mascot because the game did sort of evolve pass perks style of play being the square in the middle of the post frank. The tank is still around. He's still around. But kendrick perkins at this. Point is not someone who could have guarded people on the perimeter argument ender in the battle with nurkic in which he just posted a video of kobe. Bryant saying perk is the best post defender in the league and it was kobe bryant saying in an interview and so just one of those things. Kobe was saying to be nice. Because didn't know kobe doesn't do that. It was not to be nice. That's right. Kobe did not do that. And so that was a funny back and forth. We will get back to some of the funnier things that happened this weekend. In the second but one of the things that was not funny howard. Brian is here to talk to us about. I thought it was the most interesting story of the weekend because of the variables involved and there were many of them. But i believe Rob parker howard and thank you for joining us. Wrote this for deadspin before asaka gave voice to the mental frailties and the mental illness stuff. But this is what he wrote and it is indicative of a lot of people were thinking at the time. Naomi osaka is wrong. Her boycott of the media at the french open is misguided worse. It's downright unprofessional. Tennis superstars seriously dealing with mental health issue as she announced on social media before the tournament she should have bowed out gracefully from the event taken time for herself fans would have been disappointed but understood but to claim she can do everything else but just can't talk to the media is bogus bravo to the four grand slam tournaments who issue though soccer both a fine and a stern warning for her behavior. The grand slam tournaments also said if she continued to not talk to the media she could be subject to escalating punishment including disqualification. And he goes on here. Many fans will side with osaka issued. A warning i'm sorry. So he goes on here and the attack on the media says it's so wrong and dumb. The media's there for fans most media members are just trying to job. It's not about us. It's never been when you blow up the media you're telling fans they don't matter and don't count media members get paid whether they talked to the star players or not what can change the people who run the events understand. Is that media outlets will stop covering events if they can't get access to the stars in ball. You read good howard bryant with us now i should. You should read howard bryant instead of listening to me reading. Good howard your thoughts there. What before we get to the larger conversation. Yeah on what rob said yes. Yeah i could not. I mean i understand what rob's coming from but that take was a little too hot for me A little too warm of simply. Because i don't feel like she should have bowed out gracefully Bitch maybe should have determined whether or not she was fit to play. I think she determined that she was fit to play. But i think that the real issue when i said During this weekend. As but i felt like she did not handle this. Well i think it was simply in terms of tactics. I think that you have to go to the tournament and you have to at least give the tournament the opportunity to do their ridiculous overreach that they ended up doing to you so at least you would have been on the the you would have had the tactical advantage by saying. I went to the tournament. I talk to the tournament before this thing even began and they pretty much told me to shut up and play if that were the case then. I think that this would have been a very very different story. But i think that one of the big issues here was how you do this. I think that when you immediately go public the minute she went public now. Everybody's back is up and now they're thinking okay. You're trying to tell us what to do. Or we're going to show you who's boss and i think that i mean it Robin i or cool and everything. But i gotta say bravo to to the tournament for having four grand slams gang up on her at once come on. That's that that was that was so ridiculously excessive. A you talk about proportionality. That was a disproportionate response to what was happening. How about at this time in america at the end of mental health illness month with the history that tennis has that is interesting and complicated. Howard where these conversations about gender and sexuality women's tennis was having it before the rest of the country. Poor sports. Billie jean king is even saying you have to be professional in this instance. But she's from another time and to hear a pioneer of that sort. Say you gotta be professional in that instance. When a young person is talking about mental illness. I thought that juxtaposition was interesting. Yeah it is..
"brodie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Back and forth this weekend between merkich and kendrick perkins kendrick perkins exists at this point to say things on espn and kendrick perkins. That's the job. It is the job. They signed into a big extension. Espn didn't want anything to what's happening here. But kendrick perkins says things on television. He is not stu gods he. Just he's not mean he just gets on there and he says things says things that enraged people and he called merkich the worst offender in the league which called him. You know saying of him. If he were in the league today he would be a mascot because the game did sort of evolve pass perks style of play being the square in the middle of the post frank. The tank is still around. He's still around. But kendrick perkins at this. Point is not someone who could have guarded people on the perimeter but he had the argument ender in the battle with nurkic in which he just posted a video of kobe. Bryant saying perk is the best post defender in the league and it was kobe bryant saying in an interview and so just one of those things. Kobe was saying to be nice. Because didn't know kobe doesn't do that. It was not to be nice. That's right kobe not do that. And so that was a funny back and forth. We will get back to some of the funnier things that happened this weekend. In the second but one of the things that was not funny howard. Brian is here to talk to us about. I thought it was the most interesting story of the weekend because of the variables involved and there were many of them. But i believe Rob parker howard and thank you for joining us. Wrote this for deadspin before asaka gave voice to the mental frailties and the mental illness stuff. But this is what he wrote and it is indicative of a lot of people were thinking at the time. Naomi osaka is wrong. Her boycott of the media at the french open is misguided worse. It's downright unprofessional. Tennis superstars seriously dealing with mental health issue as she announced on social media before the tournament she should have bowed out gracefully from the event taken time for herself fans would have been disappointed but understood but to claim she can do everything else but just can't talk to the media is bogus bravo to the four grand slam tournaments who issue though soccer both a fine and a stern warning for her behavior. The grand slam tournaments also said if she continued to not talk to the media she could be subject to escalating punishment including disqualification. And he goes on here. Many fans will side with osaka issued. A warning i'm sorry. So he goes on here and the attack on the media says it's so wrong and dumb. The media's there for fans most media members are just trying to job. It's not about us. It's never been when you blow up the media you're telling fans they don't matter and don't count media members get paid whether they talked to the star players or not what can change the people who run the events understand. Is that media outlets will stop covering events if they can't get access to the stars in ball. You read good howard bryant with us now i should you should read howard bryant instead of listening to me reading. Good howard Your thoughts there. What before we get to the larger conversation. Yeah on what rob said yes. Yeah i could not. I mean i understand what rob's coming from but that take was a little too hot for me A little too warm of simply. Because i don't feel like she should have bowed out gracefully I think that maybe should have determined whether or not she was fit to play. I think she determined that she was fit to play. But i think that the real issue when i said During this weekend. As but i felt like she did not handle this. Well i think it was simply in terms of tactics. I think that you have to go to the tournament and you have to at least give the tournament the opportunity to do their ridiculous overreach that they ended up doing to you so at least you would have been on the the you would have had the tactical advantage by saying. I went to the tournament. I talk to the tournament before this thing even began and they pretty much told me to shut up and play if that were the case then. I think that this would have been a very very different story. But i think that one of the big issues here was how you do this. I think that when you immediately go public the minute she went public now. Everybody's back is up and now they're thinking okay. You're trying to tell us what to do. Or we're going to show you who's boss and i think that i mean it Robin i or cool and everything. But i gotta say bravo to to the tournament for having four grand slams gang up on her at once come on. That's that that was that was so ridiculously excessive. A you talk about proportionality. That was a disproportionate response to what was happening. How about at this time in america at the end of mental health illness month with the history that tennis has that is interesting and complicated. Howard where these conversations about gender and sexuality women's tennis was having it before the rest of the country. Poor sports. Billie jean king is even saying you have to be professional in this instance. But she's from another time and to hear a pioneer of that sort. Say you gotta be professional in that instance. When a young person is talking about mental illness. I thought that juxtaposition was interesting. Yeah it is..
Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 3-2 in OT to Force Game 7
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"brodie" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast
"It's still this is a podcast. I i wish we didn't have to record I'm one half of the show. I'm jeff pack. Join us always by michael. Dr franklin and We are twenty four hours removed from finding out that John brodie lee huber has passed away at the age of forty one Jon huber Also known as luke harper. And w we was in the prime of his life The beginning of the prime of his career in a new chapter in only ruslain and We're here tonight to talk about his Untimely passing Twenty four hours a move from the devastated news that rock the wrestling world Not it ally pretty upset about it. dr trae by. What were your thoughts when you heard the news. Just complete shock like we were wondering. Say or just go. Please go. and we're wondering why you hadn't seen brody leon tv since the The dog collar match with cody and And then you hit the news. You know this right in the middle of of our christmas break it. Just folded is the gut cakes. It just sucks on so many different levels and You know especially the one of those rare times. When i look at a guy. And he's actually younger. Beat brody was only forty one forty three so it really kind of You know puts things in perspective. A guy who is who is married with two kids. I haven't done same boat so it's just it's just one of those Reality checks that kind of comes in just smacks you around and makes you kind of Realize how precious everything is around. You take for granted i guess. Yeah we It's still real the show. Obviously were throwing this podcast up here. Sunday night Depend on when you're listening to it. Twenty four hours or move from the news on saturday night I mean it could have waited until normal thursday. Show that type of stuff but we are in the midst of our holiday schedule or holiday programming. This this thursday. We do our award show. Following week will be in the preview show and then You know two weeks three weeks from now where we're back to our regular format and we wouldn't have time to really sit here and remember and pay tribute To delay it's It's a bit surreal to be talking about him now in the past tense Heard a lot of amazing stories. We've seen in the wrestling world This is obviously extremely hard To discuss there is a community Unlike no other and professional wrestling you know you talk about ratings in wrestling wars and stuff like that and when you really think about at the end of the day this past year with covid and now with the passing brodie lee it really truly doesn't matter The brotherhood and sisterhood or professional wrestling is extremely strong and the stories and the posts that wrestlers from all different venues in different circles and all different promotions have shared over the last twenty. Four hours. Have specially help me as a wrestling fan. Someone who has watched a luke harper brodie lee For the last fifteen years Get through this day. It was Really surreal so coming off. the holidays. saturday night came home when on wrestling inc. Dr trat on how you heard about the news but Went the wrestling inc before i was actually going to sit down and watch some of awa dynamite from this past wednesday night on my dvr. And i just saw on the headline which is still up there. As we speak brody leap passes away and it was a jaw dropping moment. It was a wide open mouth feeling a lot of shock. Immediate clicking of stories and trying to figure out like wait what how I think the graphic also said like the age of forty one You know. Dr troy pointed out. We were talking about him not too long ago wondering where he was and we just thought it was arresting thing right. I mean he's off television. He's coming back maybe. After the first year they have a big show coming up. New year's bash I believe that's what the shows are called on the thirtieth and What does that. The seventh six of january figured. Maybe this is the time they reintroduce them and bring them back now. Maybe put them in the tnt title picture. Never my while the streams would be sitting here thinking the day after christmas. We were talking about a professional wrestler birdie lease stature dead It was it was. I mean i think. I speak for most wrestling fans. That saw the news on saturday night. It was just kind of Part process not Do not see it coming. Doc trae how did you first hear the news. So i was up in huntsville alabama at a christmas party with The owner rocket. cj was your wrestling. And i was almost on a cellphone blackout because of the bombing. The happening nashville all of. At and t. Service is basically wiped out in north alabama central tennessee. That'll area so I didn't have signal. I didn't have service until i got almost back to the house. And that was around providence. Six thirty Sarry nine and the other robinson. He texted me. It was like You're pretty legion. Passed away and i was like. I didn't respond. I was just like that's weird. Like why like. I didn't know if he was playing around. Or like you know my wife. And i we were almost the house we had and got on facebook social media or anything like that you know the entire day so we get the house. We'll get the kids in the house and and get them settled down looking into it and he's just for me. This is all the heels also for me personally. danny hodge passing away Because danny is actually related to families. So you you get hit with both of them both at once But you know talking to you. Know a guy guys on the independents when when brody rogane light it it's one of those things whereas like man i is it sucks. Forty one years old hitting the prime right in the swing of things. He was new care to the whole nine yards. The world's right in front of them to have this habit is just mind blowing it so meager preval's and you know it just shook a lot of my friends because you know like i. I never personally got to meet. Brody leave but you know. Alan angels and cody vans five and ten from dr or friends of mine. You know. And it's like watching how they reacted to that isn't in the stories about it You know like i. i've ever when tracy smothers pass way back in october and it's the one thing about facebook is when somebody dies. There's always that one person's going to run their mile. There's one person say something bad. You know really. Nobody had anything bad and say tracy and his kind of the same thing. Now we with brodie lee like all any begin to talk about is what a wonderful human being was with a great husband. Great father great friend. You know the the ability like yoga and be.
"brodie" Discussed on Cineflek
"Be youthful. Everything triggered my boy. I should probably gaylord. Reese as you all know. Probably probably the masta. On what what you like to wrap up this episode with all that. Who wander or not loss william. I look forward to a last episode. I'm by the glorious. Maybe glorious episode alley for shane. The thank you for coming on for episode two of our extract.
"brodie" Discussed on Cineflek
"As out of women which is totally fine. As long as a man he needs some like male influence in your life. I know i know authority on usually. He's getting the bottom of the barrel. Yeah no you're great bro. And i'm very good. I'm i'm very glad we hang out. This movie gone is arguably the most important character in the whole series of loaded rings. I agree that in all four books. I'd say yeah absolutely. Everyone was like one. You just fucking killed him and this scene that seen this all the time. Why not kill them. He deserves nothing more but without him fro would never have done more door. Have no guide would have no jury to fall within the rim away any services a really job capturing the humanity in him in the fact that like i think if you compare him in ian homes performance says bilbo. You can kind of see how likes me will have the ring for. I'd say ten times line against yeah. Five hundred years public point is that you can see how if you compare to characters how the power of the ring slowly corrupts where they both sern off as good people. I guess smeal was one of the river people which are related hobbits and you can start to see how just slowly breaks down the body in the mine in. I just think it's it's it's a warning for what's to come of furrow but it's also it also just adds an interesting Goals applied in the sense that he's he's essential area. They're doing we don't ever trust his ovation's because he wants to make himself is relations the ring and his mobile personalities and the cuts from like left right left was is. He can't trust master. Ma status the our neighbor on me. Yeah that god. That is a great scene because it shows like multiple personalities without making weird. We may unbelievable here is your. It's really good. And also fair mir is great in the third but fuck fair here in the second movie your son row hawn the brother of fair board mir the. Yeah he walks over a little bit yet. Yeah totally like that thing that people ever if everyone talks about how boroughmuir screws photo over but then i think was lost is that fair amir arguably does more to screw further over but i think especially like performance wise fair amir surtee portrayed as someone who's always trying to do the right thing as opposed to mir is preceded. Somebody's being selfish wedding. I think that bore mir was sean bean's character. He's not selfish. He's actually selfless to a fault and he tries to assault frodo the ring to restore power for onboard welfare as always felt lesser than. Because he's a younger brother how he sees frodo. He sees it as a way to redeem himself and his father's eyes was. We'll see the movie which she in the third movie in the gain loris four fair carrier his character but board mir says that he wants the rain to restore power to gone door. That being said. I think that it's pretty clear that it's the rains. Power trusting him to say and think these things and it's not the fact that he sing about his this affected. He's thinking about how he wants to carry the ring himself in strain justify by explaining it through restoring power. Gone or i don't think in that moment is being selfless. If that exempts iota dri. I would just say that. Fair mir does not yet understand how he could wield the ring but if he was he was older in older like bore amir and could see those things that he would say. I feel like. I feel a relatively the same of the main difference between them. Is that fair mirror lesson. Go right he loves. He loves in go free so he might have a pure heart because here is not borne also does let them go. He loves a border after he realizes he messed up. He tried to save them. Yeah literally i by saying on fair playing field not sense so get of comes back the writers oh and then end in the length of ring race so the rim race back this movie. It's hard to believe that those same rain rates as the first movie because now dragons the fire but their dragons but they are dragons and it's it but it's hard to believe that same kind of like this is where. I think that. Peter jackson falls a little bit short. Yeah the race the maskell they suck up throughout the whole. Trill the trilogy. But there they are. They are powerless to anything that is were but the pretty effective in battle in the third movie in any seem pretty effectiveness. Movie but i i think. What's what's weird is they. Just don't seem like the same characters. They fucking suck. They suck so bad. They only the oldman servants of evil. And they can't do shit and they bail adver time they. Why do they suck so bad. You tell me why is up literally tell tell me. They.
"brodie" Discussed on Cineflek
"Our two towers episode..
"brodie" Discussed on Cineflek
"Know the the hobbit and the lord of the rings are cartoons in the late sixty which are really not great. Yeah they're pretty bad pretty bad habit. One they're awful. Yeah they're not even good cartoons so yeah. I told him would've okay with to the beatles ordering in the mid nineteen sixties. The bill pointed to star in a of the race film directed by stanley kubrick. Oh god featuring original songs thou pretty crazy. If the beatles had written a music honestly the beatles rings album would be pretty epic. It would be but it could be hokey like. I don't like their yellow submarine album. It's just it's one of the weeks albums so it could have been like that but look worse. I mean i like the. La deals reno is on my favorite. There is tabled. Hey on it. But like i don't like anything else on. It really looks another octopus in on that one. That's our doesn't have he wrote Bull yells raids on yellow submarine. Be ellison bring was first on revolver. My beatles knowledge is less than yours poem. Her would play frodo. Ringo would play. Sam george harrison blake in off. I could have worked like it's not gonna work in john lennon would appear the enforcement gobble. That would have been so grinchey. They've have been really good casino. Paul mccartney yeah scott's a wide thing going but yeah that would have been a really really odd experience. So yeah that's that's all one fourth of you will never see. But i wish i could. Yeah that's one of the weirdest happened movies. Yeah a and obviously amazon is coming out with their whole gordon. The rings thing superseding with actually. I am excited for a very excited. I am so excited for that amazon's during a budget weird fantasy stuff and it's gonna be awesome. Yeah it's gonna be great So all of the cast of serving turner time zealand and mortenson one time and he crashed somehow early in bruce's face and The pickup artists were trying to cover it up and stuff like eventually realized there was no good way to cover it up and so in the minds maurya scene where where they they're in look the tomb Give you only see them from one side of his face like the whole scene because the other side is bruce elected. Just shot at such that you would only see one side of his face via word he definitely have a good side definitely for sure. Any any Any final thoughts on the fellowship of the ring you know they. I don't have any final. Any groundbreaking final thoughts. Yeah it is pretty crazy that the first movie With reagan at the end of the movie of eligib- is disbanded. And it's pretty wild frodo. Sam go their separate ways with legless gamely and eric or go into go marry pitted so the fellowship was kind of doomed which is pretty crazy tolkien dams pretty crazy just like drop that in the first third of your big story. Yeah they have an office as as we as we know you know movies at least it seems like office dead. Yeah just horrible. I'm excited to rewatch two towers See see the battle helm's deep only god gone dark. Turn on the projector. It's going to be like huge democratic. Yeah so so. I are in this back studio. We wash rigs on tv lawrence won or lost the second one on the two towers and we have a special drinking game that will be playing during which we played at the beginning of next episode. I'm very afraid Yes or towers. Episode might be disaster. As as you're hearing here. I taught by the disaster. The webby two towers yet. No i mean like it's it's a lot of exposition. It's probably the weakest of the three. But that's kind of what i thought going into it and then there was still so much that i loved about it that just lake copy up in the whole story. I mean it's just still so big and you're one of those people that have refused to loss lord of the rings because you think it's nerdy or because ever seen it or whatever your reason it is just now that we would love for you to wash lord of the rings and we're not here to get your any. Hey we're not be we're not going to be. You know that one dude at the bar and that's like what would see lorde the raise like. Oh my god out. I know pays wait. See my three first started. Dated like such an asshole. See we're not trying to do that. We're trying to encourage you to watch over. The busy does because it's so beautiful. Share our shared experience for sure for sure. Yeah i completely agree. Please watch it. It's amazing it's totally worth your time. And i think out of all along movies like these field the shortest out of the lung movies.
"brodie" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"For having us. Back to wrap things up here first place followed I. GotTa give a special. Thank you once again to beef brody for giving me a few minutes time here. That was so cool. Please hit me up on twitter guys that on Instagram let me know what you thought about today's episode always Love Three D. feedback. Go check out the website tactical baby year dot com the link in the. Show notes today if especially, if you got a dad out there on about to be father, you got a baby shower coming up I highly recommend checking out all of their items on their website. They got some really cool stuff that DADS would love to rock while they're out there walking around with their kids also check it out and that's got you guys here. I'll be back in September. Feel free to go through all of the Archives of the show here check out some of the episodes you may have missed locking into my instagram account at. least for all of the upcoming guests and future announcements. All right. Please enjoy the rest of your summer. I'm Alex. thank you for listening to the first base fatherhood. Please remember guys we are not babysitters. We're fathers and we're not just fathers. We are first class bothers. ended. I opened. No..
"brodie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You're a Brodie Brodie joining us tonight from Roseville Brodie how are you Sir I'm doing good look we show how to talk to you well I won't talk about this hot button issue we have here before and to be honest I think it's fascinating question is you know people like you know Neil Godwin Karen this for a long time you know on my girlfriend including you're just planning a grand more units for couple years no I know you want to I think a good question to ask is there is no longer incidence like this we've seen throughout the years and I know it's compared this to the hockey team but the configuration in the early nineties soul soul ask throughout the years you see a lot of them happening white officers and pieces of police brutality but with with with black men so what what what similarities do you are you finding to compare it to Rodney king and where is this you know where this incident Dr differences in you know with all their really like this you've seen throughout the years I want six well I mean I you know I I'll tell you my first thought is it's amazing to me Brody in this day and age of where we're wearing the other the officers are wearing these body cameras that they would even dare step out of line to do anything questionable whatsoever not course wouldn't have these body cameras going back going way back when you know in terms of differences shoot you know I just think I just believe that since nineteen ninety two or right after the Rodney king thing I believe the media is spanning the racial flames at times I if I'm gonna be completely brutally honest I don't even know if I'm answering your question here I just think that there are words that are used in the media when reporting stories that fanned the flames of racism the questions I ask before I think your valid questions and a lot of people it will not ask those questions would this be the same in this situation would be the same so I see all of them somewhat similar to the ones that I have seen there's one that stands out to me as CHP officer on the side of the road believes Los Angeles pounding this woman unmercifully interface she had done really nothing extraordinarily wrong so when I see these over the years I I they're all very similar however hi I think Brodie that the one thing that we cannot lose track of his I don't think we're getting enough coverage and we never well because it's not going to make good fodder for news it's not going to drive the news cycle is not gonna sell commercials or what have you which we don't hear about all the wonderful things that police officers doing are doing on a daily basis now again Hey Brody thanks I don't know if that answers your question whatsoever all I know is that it surprises me it's stunning to me it is stones me this you can do things like this and well here's the other thing that I see with it did a lot of times now people are going to be so they're going to be they're going to sue right they're gonna sue you now now you're gonna be sued for what you're doing I mean just look at home what happened here at home the lawsuits in that situation let's not talk more about this rate and at some point I don't I mean I don't raise your question at all I really don't even know yachts with the event this is more your phone calls we have other things talk about as well try to get to as best we can coming up that will sell local news breaking news and whether news ninety three point one A. F. P. K. with all fifty states at some point of re opening in the pandemic New York City will start to emerge from the forest slumber phase one begins the first or second week of June according to the mayor there he says up to four hundred thousand new Yorkers could start going back to work this is in the fields of construction manufactured non essential retail now the mayor says that he wants to see less than fifty percent occupancy in these businesses and social distancing and some sort of face covering our must ABC's Matt Gutman a day after the U. S. top one hundred thousand deaths in the pandemic president trump weighed in on Twitter the president writing quote to all the families and friends of those who have passed I want to extend my heartfelt sympathy and love for everything that these great people stood for and represent he added god be with you the president did not comment on the death toll during a trip to Florida and he has not spoken extensively in public about the victims of the corona virus outbreak ABC's Karen Travers Richard Cantu ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one.
"brodie" Discussed on Busted Open
"The leadership style. The results speak for themselves. So people can take any anyway. You want you know I mean and trust me I hear you. I hear everybody so but nothing was intentional. I I'm not there. I have no reason to hate. Wwe No reason. They hate McMahon. Nothing like that but you know you can how you want but you know what? I look at leadership. Leadership looks familiar in every form. Like when you board room. You're in a ballroom when you tell people from like hr was the call right now and we walked in a board room. There's going to be somebody's sitting at the head of the table is very familiar. It may not be the same industry it may not be the same business but I see everything being familiar. I'm a fan of mob movies just as well and there's always a hierarchy and you see mark if you walk into a boardroom. And they spoke to you in a different way like and you realized how quickly these Pe- The the guy at the head of the table was not as strong as you are. Not as powerful as you and you realize you knew him. You have the hand up so my goal is to make sure that that doesn't happen and I I'm the guy in control. I'm the most powerful guy in the room. I speak the loudest you listen to me and you do what I say and like I said again. The consequence exactly exactly word consequence burnt and. I love the fact that you said that like you make me. WanNa see somebody disagree with you because I know what the end it's GonNa be Alcohol County and you are to Nobody push for you to be in a place where you're welcome then and I've always had a good relationship. Which and I think that seeing you down the road as were your greatest Accolades are going to be. I really appreciate that. I know my son is looking forward to seeing you as well. So tell me brody that missing. He can reach out to me anytime. Y'All got my number. He's the he's the happiest one of the group that my name is brody Lee because now he called himself Brodie Lee Junior. Oh.
"brodie" Discussed on Busted Open
"The world's strongest band Mark Henry and I talk all about Wednesday night. I begin to annex t that main event between Thatcher and riddle and the commentary of Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix and we get into a e. W as well and speaking of a w we talked to the leader of the dark order. Someone who's going after that e w championship on May twenty third. That's right Rhody. Lead joins us here on busted open plus great reaction about Brodie Lee his world and the wwe and now in a e w all that right now on the busted open podcast so.
First poster for Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' dispatched ahead of imminent first trailer
"I look at the French dispatched. The next move for Sanderson and we're recording on Tuesday. Trey was coming out Wednesday us. We don't have the trailer I imagine we. We know what we can expect a lot of people this movie. He released a poster. It's the most wes anderson poster of all time it's supposed to look like a cover of the New Yorker Magazine Snakes and the New Yorker also had the exclusive rights to release the first images this from the movie Has So many people in the movie. Bill Murray Franson Tilda. Swinton Jeffrey Wright Adrian Brodie Benicio ACL. Del Toro Owen Wilson Timothy Xiaomei Lee said do Liev Schreiber Elizabeth Moss Edward Norton Willem Defoe search around and Kristoff vaults Alz Jason Schwartzman Rupert Friend Henry. Winkler Bob Balabagn. I mean Anjelica Huston. The list goes on and
GM Brodie Van Wagenen says New York Mets finalizing agreement with quality control coach Luis Rojas to make him manager
"Joined as the match have filled their vacancy with the son of Felipe Alou Louise roe Haas arm and you could not most Mets fans over with a feather because this is a guy was a quality control coach last year obviously a tremendous family lineage of bilingual individual who can relate to virtually everyone in the clubhouse does the team has managed it up you know if you will smaller places than the fishbowl York's that's rolling dice man because as Harold Reynolds of MLB network pointed out there ready to win now they got away now this is it certainly Syndergaard might not be around for much longer although the other guys supposedly not really Bobby Axelrod but has a resume Bobbi acts Roddy's going to be the the new full time or the mats has all the money to spend you don't have any problems like the previous years so you never know did I mean
Do Humans and Bananas Really Share Half Their DNA?
"During Party conversation or a Trivia night you may have heard the fun little fact that humans and Bananas Sheriff Fifty or even sixty percent of the same DNA there it seems to be a lot of differences though between a person and a piece of yellow fruit starting with the fact that one is an animal and the other is a plant but actually there is some truth to that startling statistic but it's not the whole truth. This urban legend of sorts likely originated from a program run by the National Human Genome Research Institute back in two thousand thirteen. Although similar similar data may have been run elsewhere genetics expert. Dr Laurence Brodie at his colleagues generated some banana human information to be included as part of an Educational National Smithsonian Museum of Natural History video called the animated genome that video noted that DNA between a human and a banana is forty one percent similar so in order to find out how this similarity was determined. We talked with Dr Brody himself. He explained that. I it's important to understand the difference. Prince between DNA and protein products. You can think of DNA as the blueprint of a house and protein products the actual house because all of the information is in there Then think of human DNA is the blueprint for a ranch home and banana. DNA is that of a condo in each house. A bunch of things are similar. The plumbing bathrooms kitchen and products are both quite different. That's how it works with humans versus just about everything else from bananas to chimpanzees. The second thing to keep in mind is that genes which are the regions of DNA that code for these proteins. Only make up about two percent of your DNA in order to compare humans and bananas scientists. I looked at the sequences of jeans and a typical banana. Genome Brody said we then used these DNA sequences to predict the amino acid said sequence of all the proteins that would be made from those genes. We then did the same process for all human genes. All of the protein sequences were placed in a file file next. The scientists compared the protein sequence from each banana gene to every human. Jean Brodie said the program compares. How similar the sequence of the banana genes are to each human? Gene Program. Kept any matches that were more similar than one would expect by chance. The program continued doing this gene by gene seen all told more than four million comparisons were done resulting in about seven thousand best hits between the two genomes then the percent similarity score score for each of those hits was averaged Brady said this gave us the result of about forty percent this is the average similarity between proteins gene products. Not What genes gene products or proteins are the biochemical material resulting from Jean becoming functional. Brody continued of course there are many many genes in our genome that do not have a recognizable counterpart in the banana genome. Ns Versa in case. That's a bit difficult to chew and swallow. Let's let's break it down. Essentially they took all of the banana jeans and compared them one at a time to human genes from that they called a degree of similarity. If the banana had the gene. But the human didn't that didn't get counted and about sixty percents jeans have a recognizable counterpart in the Banana Genome Brady explained and of those sixty percent. The proteins encoded by them are roughly forty percent identical when we compare the amino acid sequence of the human protein twins equivalent in the banana. Uh it may seem shocking that so many genes and so many of the proteins that they create are similar in to such vastly different beings as a person in a banana. But when you think about it. It's not that shocking. Brody explained if you think about what we do for living and what a banana does. There's a lot of things we do. The same way. Like consuming oxygen a lot of those genes are just fundamental to life so when people repeat the percentages being a similarity of DNA. Actually actually what the research looked at was the similarity of gene products. Brody reassured US. It's a pretty minor mistake. The kernel that you would take home is that we have something in common with a banana and a potato and the pine tree that part is true. The fine points about the gene products or the DNA is easy to see how that would get translated incorrectly so the scientists looked at the DNA sequence of a banana and compared it with the DNA of human it would not align. We also spoke by email with Mike Francis a PhD student in Bioinformatics at the University of Georgia. He explained you share fifty percent of your DNA with each of your parents but with bananas as we share about fifty percent of our genes as we said earlier genes make up just two percent of your DNA. So what's the other ninety eight percent made up of well. Eight percent of the rest of your DNA regulates genes as to whether a gene should be turned on or off other ninety percent appears to have unknown functions or functions that have been lost through evolution. Francis said these unknown sections of DNA used to commonly called junk DNA because it was thought to do nothing I hesitate to use the phrase junkie because each year. It seems we realize more of this junk is actually functional. Humans don't just share a high percentage of protein protein encoding genes with bananas. We also share eighty five percent of those genes with a mouse and we share sixty one percent of disease causing genes with a fruit fly. Brody Brody said the remarkable thing is that despite being very far apart in evolutionary time we can still find a common signature in the genome of a common ancestor. These are preserved served because the genome of an organism that lived billions of years ago contained genes. That helped cells live and reproduce. Those same jeans are preserved in US and plants Francis added that humans likely share about one percent of their DNA with other as well. He said this is because all life that exists on earth has evolved from a single cell fell originated about one point. Six billion years ago in a sense. We're all relatives
Police seeking man who threatened to kill woman, child at South Austin H-E-B
"News Austin police are still looking for a man who threatened to kill a mother and child detective Steve Nash says there are a lot of unknowns about the suspect who made the threats as part of a daylight robbery aside from believing the man frequents the area around the H. E. B. R. Brodie lane and William cannon at this point we do not know the individuals living status the reason that is believed or was put out there is because he was seen leaving on foot is not known whether or not he has a vehicle is not guaranteed that he lives there in that area NASA says its concerning this happened in broad daylight in a war is a further that there are so many unanswered questions John Cooley newsradio
Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame
"Eight men in Chardon the pro football hall of fame last night in canton including tight end Tony Gonzalez every quarterback could ever threw me a football I just want to say I appreciate your help Mr back rich Gannon Warren moon Brodie Croyle Tyler Thigpen Damon here to and a guy that I played five years with we did some damage drink green thank you also inductee champ Bailey and read Ty law Kevin Moore why Pat Bowlen Gil Brandt Johnny
At Trade Deadline, the Mets Keep Their Arms and Vow to Contend
"Can you believe that we got to the deadline and the mets turned out to be buyers because they sold nothing. They didn't trade syndergaard. They didn't Trae Zack Wheeler that in trade todd frazier. I guess they traded Jason Vargas yes but still the mets basically were buyers before the deadline. I don't get it Sarah. I don't get it and honestly even though people people were somewhat high on the mets entering this year. I don't think I even would have believed that if you told me that on March first hey we're going to get to the trade deadline. The mets are just GonNa get Marcus Stroman. Okay get rid of Jason Burs like I never I never would have believed that. I was pretty surprised I feel like they had some players that you know teams would've wanted. I think I even saw a rumor or about Luis avalon on twitter last night. I forget who it was saying. That teams are interested. I mean I don't understand necessarily not not doing those things and it's it's. It's just interesting. I mean now they're in this interesting situation with Zack Wheeler where I don't know that they're really even in the position where they would want to pay him the qualifying offer and if they if he does take it and if he doesn't then I'm sure they're not going to be in a position to really negotiate with what he's going to want. So that's an odd one one and I don't know I feel like they're just so many moves out there that can be made and one thing that we saw today is a lot of those kind of August I two thirty thirty first deals sort of happen today because they can't happen you know moving forward with the new way that it has this year like that Corey Dickerson trade to me seemed like a waiver kind of trade trade that we might see on August fifteenth and a previous year and is interesting with the mets didn't even attempt something like that. I mean one name that stuck out to me was John Ryan Murphy who is going going to the braves. I feel like you know he would probably be appreciably better for the mess right now. Then Wilson Ramos or Tomas Nido even if he were in a backup role you know maybe NATO's role and it was interesting to me that they didn't even come through on a on a move like that because if you are kind of claiming to go all in and then I would expect more on that side at the the very least so it's it's really an odd one to make one move and have it be like the big splash got this all going and then that's basically it. I would love to be the agent for Marcus Marcus Stroman right now because you talk about emotional leverage that he has on the mets during the wintertime. If you were to say you know what I'm looking for a contract and try to bully them into doing something because that deal was sort of the centerpiece of their whole summer kind of like Brodie van wagon in did last summer on behalf of Jacob degrom. He bullied the mets into an
Who is Gerald Butts? And what happens now?
"His resignation, the typical political scandal narrative swirled around Gerald butts, a political stunt up from Ottawa one of the prime minister's most trusted advisers, a longtime friend Gerald butts has resigned amid allegations the prime minister's office interfered to help Quebec engineering giant SNC loveline avoid a criminal prosecution statement butts flato denied any wrongdoing saying the allegations have become a distraction from the prime minister and the government's work. So he stepping aside except Jerry butts, isn't your typical political staffer resignation not at all as much as this move will dominate headlines all week. And of course, it indicates that the SNC level and scandal is probably going to get a lot worse before it gets better. The most interesting story from this is about a break-up. You see Justin Trudeau has never won anything without Jerry butts. And now he's got an election in eight months and butts walked away from his partner and his friend at the time. He was needed more than ever. So why? Who is the man that every insider on the hill has used as an unnamed source at one point or another how much Justin Trudeau's policy came from him. What will the prime minister of Canada do now without his right hand, man. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story Holwell's is a senior writer at Maclean's. He knows more about the personal relationships at play in politics than anybody on parliament health. Paul who is jailed butts. He was until. Minister's principal secretary, which is which is a job title looking to have many meanings over time. He was the prime minister's right hand Ranya was his right hand since long before he was the prime minister he co managed the campaign in twenty fifteen. He went to McGill University Justin Trudeau in the nineties and they've been nearly inseparable ever since. I mean, I I was hearing rumors guesswork from people who the both of them better than I nearly twenty years ago. Just try to prime minister Sherry butts wants to make up and he did it and then he walked away. Yeah. He there is around town that Jerry butts doesn't have hurt in the job as much lately as he had those rumors are from before Christmas from last autumn. And so to some extent as amazing is not a huge surprise. This is not somebody who was in the middle of new adventures and was looking forward to the next grade accomplishment. There was there was a sense. That but says been a little listless and not not as deeply engaged with files as as yet been for. That's kind of interesting because the first thing that everybody went to is the timing and the relationship to the scandal you're saying that that this might have been brewing for some time. Well, it's pretty clear that the scandal has something to do with it. But it's easier to get someone to give up on a job, if they are have already in toying with the idea, you know, and and a lot of quite reasonably a lot of speculation a lot of the reaction to the announcement of his resignation was people say, well, look if he's done nothing wrong. Then why is he quit if you know if there's no fire than wildest smoke. And I think it's possible that possible we'll find out, but that the resignation was kind of an expression of to hell with this. I don't need. I you know, I made my best friend minister he's been prime minister for three years. I was in all the meetings. I was at dinner with Barack Obama off I go, you know, there's still there's still way more unanswered than. Answered questions around the sessions, he level and business. So I'm hesitant to speculate with great certainty, but that's a that's a looking supposition. What was to the best of your knowledge people around the hill. Anyway, what was their working relationship lake? How how close were they I I mean, I know they were really good friends. But but how did it work between them important decisions were made by the prime minister is chief of staff, Katie Telford and its principal secretary Gerald butts all three of them together in meetings that they would have a few times a day. And you know, sometimes the the circle would be extended is probably ten or a dozen people who would be frequent make frequent appearances at those meetings. But if they were all in the same city together and Telford or would never be absent from those big decision. They were at least as necessary to the process was the prime minister. Maybe who is he is a guy if you spent any time with them, you hang out with them. Remember the first time you met him. I don't remember the first time I met him. But I'll tell you an early extended. That a time. I spent with him was on a big maybe both in the Arctic for a week in probably two thousand eight why the hell did that happen? Because even Harper was would have the Canadian forces do annual sovereignty patrols in Arctic waters. Right. And I was interested in that as a journalist. He's coming Stephen Harper throw budget that point was the head of the World Wildlife federation for Canada, and he was interested in it for climate change. And so I asked the harbor PM. Would you put me on his boat? And when I got there Jerry was there, and so he and I spent a week on the deck of a Canadian navy boat in the art looking at icebergs, and what was he lying? What struck you about him? He he's a low T. He's not emotionally demonstrative. He is friendly to everybody he encounters. He is not nearly as sort of confrontational and abrasive in person as us on Twitter where he's very act and where. Since long before the election every night. He would cheerfully Perec journalists on on his perception of the flaws in their reporting and analysis, which is when I had a bit of a falling. But in person he seeks agreement rather than confrontation. He doesn't pull rank particularly he doesn't say, you know, look, I'm I'm Justin Trudeau in. You're not his competitive advantage in history comes to the fact that when when else these he's in the room until recently, he wasn't room with the leader with the prime minister. And so he he gets the last say, but in the moment, he doesn't he's not look looks for fights. There's been a ton of discussion since he resigned about him kind of being the man behind the curtain when it comes to Justin Trudeau. Do you have a sense of how much power he wielded there? And how many how much of of Trudeau's actions kind of came from him, or is that just kind of the typical stereotype people tend to exaggerate the roles of left tenants for people who are. Supporters or members of government. It's a way to criticize the leader with criticized leader, criticized the people around and for Ponant of the government. It is a handy way to make it look like the prime minister staffed himself up with monsters as having many times with conservative and liberal prime ministers people used to claim that Stephen Harper was we're in for a university of how profit and Tom Flanagan and then for the last seven years. Harper was prime minister was was well known that he wasn't even speaking time finding his angry. He didn't need the supposed send galley was controlling. Similarly, look, I expect that Justin Trudeau will be able to function as prime minister for the rest of this calendar year without without journal butts around, but even people in the gone, even people whose future was bound up with Justin Trudeau's continued electoral success would complain about the extent to which biggest then get made until Jerry butts got around to getting the file and and the decision. This government is not a super fast that decision. And since the beginning large part of perceived reason for that is that Jerry butts and or Tito for half to personally find off on every important decision. And so there was just this huge bottleneck. It was not a discentralising when he came to power Justin Trudeau announced that cabinet government cabinet is none other words ministers have power to make their own decisions. Everything I hear says that hasn't been true you've covered a lot of governments. Do you have a sense of how rare it is for it to be structured that way and decisions to made like that? It is everyone complains about excessive power in in five ministries EM Brodie who was chief of staff to Stephen Harper for a while. We're really interesting book that outlines all the reasons why that's kinda needs to be the case. Why important decisions have to go through the? But I mean, there could be six or eight people who make those decisions the definition of what is the decision. So important that it has to go through the pm couldn't does change from government to government and the combination of very elevated executive decision. Making power in the hands of prime ministers to principal tenants, and the very close personal relationship. It's not unprecedented. But it's very it's very novel. I mean chief of staff John tape phone after back city Christian and Peltier went to seize up together, you know, in the stone age, and so there there have been cases where personal relationship translates to a functional relationship in office. But Harper was not buddies with any of his chief of staff, so if a bit of a pendulum, and and and it can it can go both ways. Do we have a sense yet
Emanuel Luhn, longtime owner of Jeffreys Toys, dies at 93
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Emmanuel loon longtime owner of Jeffries toys dies at ninety three. By me. Russell from business. Emanuel, Manny loon who owned a chain of bay area stores known to generations of children for the assortment of hard. Find toys before the business was whittled down to one location. Jeffries toys has died. He was ninety three loon died of heart failure October twenty third at his danville. Home said son, Geoffrey loom, for whom the store was named manual loon earned a reputation as the big kid at the store chains center and was remembered by his children for setting off water rockets at Berkeley traffic intersection outside one of his shops and building towers of toys just to see how high he could stack them Jeffries toys, located in San Francisco's financial district since two thousand seventeen is still humming amid a difficult time for toys stores. It's outlasted toys R us and survived the arrival of e commerce. Mark loon. His eldest son took over Jeffrey's toys nearly three decades ago and remains its owner. He just was not a get rich build an empire kinda guy said Jeffrey loon a photographer. He just worked really really hard. He never criticized anybody, but people wanted to please him because he was a nice, man. Born on April eighteenth, nineteen twenty five Emanuel loon grew up in Oakland with his mother, and father birdie and Morton and older, brother. Joel the family owned a general store. Birdies variety store that sold everything from housewares to hardware in the nineteen thirties after World War, Two more Americans had young children and demand for toys boomed with the population birdie and Morton loon opened birdies toy house in San Leandro in nineteen forty eight and steered their son into the toy business when he returned from his service in the Marine Corps. He left behind his engineering. Studies at San Jose State university. The store chain grew with new locations in San Francisco. Daly city, Berkeley, walnut creek and Hayward. Emmanuel loon, married his teenage sweetheart Mildred and they had three children twins, Mark and Stevie and Jeffrey the children were of course, drafted into the toy business. Mark loon said he was the buyer for the hobby department by the time he was twelve when the children were young the loons lived in the bedroom community of San Lorenzo where people deck their front yards with elaborations at Christmas time, the spectacle, drew so many sightseers it required police to direct traffic. Jeffrey loon said the men in the neighborhood would take turns dressing as Santa Claus and handing out candy canes to children, Emmanuel loon would take his turn. But he also gave a gift to every kid. Jeffrey loon said his dad would put on the red suit and load his delivery van with wrapped gifts. Madam Alexander dolls for the girls and baseball mitts for the boys. He knocked on every door in the neighborhood where Jewish Jeffrey loon said, but as a family in the toy business Christmas was a major event for us. Emmanuel loon retired in nineteen eighty nine. To spend more time with family and handed off the business to Mark loom the business shrunk to one location on market street, which moved to Berkeley than forty five Colonel street in San Francisco assigned billing Jeffries toys, as the oldest toy store in San Francisco continues to draw tourists into the aisles, which are stuffed with jigsaw puzzles baby dolls and LEGO sets services were held at the chapel of the chimes and Hayward in his eulogy. Jeffrey loon said his father's legacy lives on in the hundreds of people the loons employed over the years. Emmanuel loon is preceded in death by his wife Mildred and daughter Stevie. In addition to his two sons loons survivors include his longtime companion Peggy Brodie for grandchildren, five great, grandchildren, and a rare collection of Madam Alexander dolls.
Agent says New York Mets should trade Jacob deGrom if not interested in long-term deal
"The course of the program but don't fret we will be back with you mahayana with wherewithal all week as a matter of fact at one pm eastern for the man the legend himself so we are just kicking the week off on a high note we didn't get into baseball much today but we will fact that they're all star break it's not gonna stop us from talking about it because you gotta love the game it's america's pastime homerun derby tonight tomorrow he got the game over at nationals park one of the big names which is being thrown about out in an ticipant of the july thirty first trade deadline and he's also a guy you'll see on the field that nationals park tomorrow jacob degrom in the new york mets who's had his good season in terms of starting pitching is any in baseball this year is certainly gonna make a good run at the cy young award in the nfl probably has every right to gripe about not getting joe's into start the all star game even though they gave it a max scherzer but he's the hometown guy there in dc but grammas having phenomenal phenomenal season and you know his name has been tied into trade talks as to whether the mets who are looking to probably rebuild to a certain degree again and that's probably one of their more marketable assets that they get a lot in return for and maybe inject some youth and samatha lettuces them into a team which can certainly use it given the injuries in the age and the underperforming that they've had so far this year brodie van wagon who is the asian for jacob degrom spoke to ken rosenthal fox sports and the athletes and had this to say we have discussed jacobs future with the mets at length jacob is expressed interest in exploring a term partnership that would keep him in a mets uniform for years to come if the mets don't share the same interest we believe their best course of action is to seriously consider trade opportunities now the initia the inertia of current situation could complicate jacobs relationship with the club and creates an atmosphere of in decision bottom line is and i don't know if this is necessarily coming from the ground himself this is just agent speak more than anything else and by the way brodie van wagon c n a or ca they have done contracts with the mets brodie van wagon represents yowen assessments so they've been able to broker deals with him in the past and the mets have been a little reluctant to sign jacob degrom he's right about that but jacob degrom is a starting pitcher who is thirty years of age remember because he didn't come up until he was twenty six and even though is extremely talented in one of the best pitchers in the game the mets probably look at it from the standpoint of all right he's arbitration eligible for a couple more years so he's not like he's a free agent at the end of this season is still have under control for two more seasons after this then he becomes a free agent after two thousand twenty mets may figure you know what right now is we're trying to figure out which direction we're going to go as a franchise at least if we have them under our control we'd rather go to arbitration and give them a hefty raise for year as opposed to maybe signed him to a long term contract at the end of the day the mets are not trading jacob degrom okay everything that i've heard and everything that has been told to me is that they have cooled on moving either the grammar noah syndergaard they're shifting their focus maybe down to other pitchers like stephen matt sack wheeler to maybe move on from but the other thing that i counted with is if you also then in your next breath say that you think you can contend again in two thousand and nineteen with some better luck better health than why would you look to trade these guys you should be building around your starting pitching because starting pitching has actually been something that the mets have been pretty good at this year i e except for jason vargas who was a disaster as a free agent signing and still is as apparently no guarantee to get a spot back in.
"brodie" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"You had have you issued a citation in some areas we've issued citation in other words we had a closure here so we could issue citations in some of the areas west of i twenty five they hadn't had a closure so they have to give just warnings now if i if i warn you and i see out the next day i can issue a citation oko but because it's a new rule we generally give them a grace period that you'll just get a warning all just for wearing visit first year yeah did you notice did you feel that that's going to be effective like did you notice a change and and i mean there's well the change we noticed was we had several people here in eagle that got permission on private land and that somebody would see him walking the fence line and maybe they're over the fence line maybe they weren't but they return them in oh and then the guy would say well i saw brodie down there glass in me that's i saw that sucker up on this side doing it so they're running one another you know i was walking into a spot to rabbit in february and there is a lady that i'd see hiking in a certain area with her dog and she's like you know there's this you're not supposed to be shed hunt and i was like i'm rabbit hon it's okay so so what does the exact prohibition it's picking it up actually going from memory i haven't read it in a month or so but it's actually searching for marking it or picking it up so if you're out there with your jeep and mark you now you got a problem i got you so then it kind of gets into you gotta stop a dude walking around the woods and be like what exactly is your intention right now well you don't have to necessarily stop them if you watch him and you know you you see him doing this grid pattern okay many people hunt rabbits integrate pattern and then they don't stop this oh yes aw bunny here let me mark so there again it's you know it's the circumstances and you.
"brodie" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I don't think he would be happy hit about you froggy yeah from right t i would not not at all i would encourage it i thought brodie most likely be better than me so yeah scary if your girlfriend had a sex doll you feel about that i wouldn't mind at all straightening as long as it didn't have a face i'd be okay now they have faces no you know there's a spanish inventor of forgot his name he came out with this robotic male sex doll and they're saying it's it's a quipped with the latest advancements artificial intelligence and whatever you need anyway the they're worrying about marketing because even though guys of course guys will have extols no you have a woman has it it's a different thing for guys who were with for some reason they just haven't they haven't bought into this concept yet i don't think his name is jack hammer but it would be great if it was that real though well yeah see i know of a lot of guys who they they have a problem with their partners women having toys of any kind but a sex does a little different in even though it doesn't look like a real person some of them are starting to look like real people and a sex doll is as if it's supposed to be like you're having sex with a person that's really what it's supposed to be isn't it you're getting closer and closer to some would say cheating.
Facebook's Zuckerberg unscathed by congressional grilling, stock rises
"T mobile five months after conversations to merge fell apart but i you arlene it has been a long two days for mark zuckerberg still the facebook ceo emerge mostly unruffled after forty eight hours a congressional grilling soccer generally kept his cool even as lawmakers downplayed his apologies over failures to protect user privacy and assurances to do better some key takeaways regulatory proposals are coming but there is no clear agreement on what they will look like or what facebook would support still shareholders seem to be relieved sucker burnt can hold his own in testimony shares rose through both days of the hearing data collection particularly off facebook for those who don't use the service as well emerge as a key concern joining the last forty eight hours in washington bloomberg's ben brodie who covers lobbying and has been following every step of these hearings as well as david kirkpatrick ceo of tech konami and author of the facebook effect with me here in new york so my take away from day to more pointed questions better informed questions you know zuckerberg still generally unflustered but a little bit more of sieve and a little bit more nervous really attacking them and trying hard to to sort of bait him today i felt and you have to give them a lot of credit for equanimity i think he kept his cool and some of the questions.
"brodie" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub
"This is the BBC. Hello? This is James naughty. 2018 marks two decades of book club, and we want to share some of our happiest encounters with you interviews that gleam down the years. So let's celebrate a writer who centenary falls this year. It's Muriel spark. We spoke to it in two thousand and four about one of her great novels what else, but the prime of miss Jean Brodie. Hello, and welcome to book club with us at the British library. This month is Dame Muriel spark, and in her hands, the prime of miss Jean Brodie the novel published more than forty years ago that still touches redes- today it's short like many of their murals books, and it has sharpness that still glitters. The film with Maggie Smith is of course they famous a new stage adaptation seemed to come along all the time. It was on at the Edinburgh festival only last year and end. But of course, is where we go with this book. It set largely in the Marcia Blaine school for girls. There. And everyone in that city knows the school on which it's based there. We find miss Brodie individualistic teachers spinster leader of the girls whom she invites into her set a young woman as she says in her prime in this proper rather stuffy institution, she's a wayward spin it. She tries to instill independence and passion in her girls, those whom she select a going to be her crammed Ella cram. One of them though will betray her in the end in the story, it's sandy stranger names are often quite important in a spark novel. Who does the deed of which we've been warned early on. Joyce Emily goes to the Spanish civil war, and she's killed. And Jean Brodie reveals to the others that it was. She who urged her to go and join Franco's side. Sandy comes back to school in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and tells the story home is Brody had an effect in promoting fascism two girls and how Joyce Emily had been killed because of our sandy says this, I'm not really interest. Fid in world affairs only in putting a stop to miss Brodie. A stop is put to. She has to leave the school. Sandy becomes a non well, it is a lovely book as we know, and we have this month's group of rita's gathered around to talk about it with the author. We've been particularly pleased to welcome three friars from the Carmelite community at Aylesford, their mural spark, welcome to book club. Let me ask you this. Many of your books have become very well known and well remembered. This one is a special place in many people's minds on their shelves. What do you think it is about this book? It's subject. It's characters, its atmosphere that grips so many people. I think it's authentic because I remembered various teachers. I remembered how they appeared to be when I was young and I didn't. Invent my feelings about the I used to watch them. I think that a teacher and the classroom is there to pure theater and it succeeds or doesn't succeed on that basis. If a teacher can hold, then that scene is taken away by the child forever. I grew up with certain scenes in my mind, and that's how I came to be authentic, I think with miss Brodie. So when she moves into her prime, she sees it is that her prime in commanding the stage that is the classroom. I remember the phrase have prime. I thought of it as a blossoming flooring. I realized what meant I didn't. I was too young to realize exactly that she was talking in a semi sexual way. She was somehow ripe for experience. This would have been her moment to have a love affair or to remember one very, very intensely. I think that's what I meant by prime. But the word prime was used a great deal more when I was young, then it is. Now I must tell you something by the way about the main model for miss Brodie was a mistress, Tina K well remembered by anybody who came away. But as she understood that you had to educate, she would take us. To peak together is and so that we see what we were talking about, then she would bring out the reaction, reassured us that she didn't think Hitler was a terribly good chap. She never mentioned Hitler to us. Her model was Mussolini. Oh, a very different thing. This goal talked a lot about Hitler. But I never remember her mentioning. Wants to start. You said you based miss Brodie on your teachers at the school amongst the girls. Did you base them on any of your friends? I'm not expecting you to see you had one who was a nun who office of Lee, the Brodie set or two people girl called Francis, never news now. Francis cows still alive at myself. She gave a very good interview and she explained it better the night. Good that the two of us were the Brodie set really. And. We weren't really aware of anyone else we met when we were five and we went onto, we were seventeen entirely in our own world. We making up stories and all that sort of thing. She's still alive and still very charming is