35 Burst results for "Brook"

Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 2 d ago

Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

"And that's a problem. If you're wanting a job at Montgomery college, in Maryland. So campus reform, the author of this great piece, Sterling Mosley. Writing that the university was looking to hire two faculty interns. Again, this is a community college in Maryland, and there was a requirement that the interns be minorities. Now it's a little weird. Yours truly, Todd steins is proud to be a hockey. A person of the Caucasian persuasion. A saltine American, if you will. We don't like to say that the cracker C word on my apologies. Were we able to dump that? Oh, we did. Okay, my apologies. So, the C word. You all right there. I know, I had to fall out of my chair. Saltine American. So anyway, campus reform got a hold of this. And they're like, wait, wait, what? You're only non white. If you are not a white person, you are not allowed to apply for the job. So it's like you show up, you've got a nice Brooks brothers suit and tie and you walk in there and your hair is combed and you smell nice. You smell good. The old spice. You got the shoes polished. Oh man, we're triggering people all over the place right now. You'll walk in there and you've got your resume and you're on time. For the interview. Which is very racist, judo. You walk in there on time and you hand over your resume and they don't even bother to look at it and they said, sorry, you're white.

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Bernie Sanders's Economic Advisor Wants to Keep Printing Money

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:20 min | 5 d ago

Bernie Sanders's Economic Advisor Wants to Keep Printing Money

"Is no shock that The New Yorker ran a piece, August 2019, titled The Economist who believes the government should just print more money. Stephanie kelton, a senior economic adviser to Bernie Sanders and Professor of economics and public policy at stony brook university, is popular in a way that economists almost definitionally are not. Filmmakers trail her with cameras. She goes on international speaking tours. And once it sold out a basketball arena in Italy, kelton is the foremost evangelist of a fringe economic movement called modern monetary theory, which argues in part that the government should pay for programs requiring big spending like the Green New Deal simply by printing more money. This is a polarizing idea. This spring at kelton spoke at The Wall Street Journal's future of everything festival on the day as a journal staffer introduced kelton as an economist with an idea that will either solve the world's problems or send it into ruin. She made a face and then walked on stage. So what exactly does she say? Well, adherents of MMT imagine a world built on MMT principles in which the government provides guaranteed jobs, healthcare affordable college, launches clean infrastructure projects to replace crumbling highways airports and bridges. Kelton, who does at least 5 interviews per week, plus lectures speaking gigs in conferences, is more than anyone else responsible for building MMT's digital army. So what exactly is MMT? Well, it means that we just spend money, and don't worry about it.

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Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died

"Founding member Sam gooden of the impressions has died at the age of 87 according to his daughter I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Sam gooden sang bass in the impressions which also included Jerry butler Curtis Mayfield and Richard and Arthur Brooks Their hits include people get ready it's all right and gypsy woman Mayfield went solo in 1970 but continued to write and produce for the impressions The group was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991 So people get ready gooden was still performing as the impressions into his 80s

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"Golfers Wanna Golf" Says Michael Collins

Fore The People

01:29 min | Last week

"Golfers Wanna Golf" Says Michael Collins

"The majors are insane to not want to have the best players playing it. I mean, maybe the world ranking thing will fizzle out if Liv doesn't get it, but can you imagine the mask? And I don't know what's going on all these people are rumored to go in Hideki matsuyama is supposedly going in team tricks on or whatever. Can you imagine them telling Hideki, you know, the basically the face of Asian golf that he can't play in the masters. I mean, give me a freaking break. What a disaster for them. If Becky went over, that would be 7 masters champions. Like, are you really gonna have a champion dinner at 7 dudes missing? Really? Like, who's gonna want to be in a sad dinner? It's like a sad birthday party. It's not even a sad dinner. It's one of those things where, like, you just be standing there being like, it's just not feel okay. And anything. But here's the thing about the masters. The masters is the only invitation of all the majors. Right? So you're going to tell these dudes like, is the U.S. open going to tell whoever they're going to tell Brooks and Dustin, yeah, you form a champions, but you can't, we're not even going to let you try and qualify. What? Then it's right. It's the U.S. closed. And now, now for all of those people that are like, this is going to be bad for the game. Yeah, but who made it that way? It ain't the players. It ain't the players. The players want to play. Every player. Golfers won a golf, man, that's it. That's what they want to do.

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The Disturbing Revelations From Deborah Birx's New Book

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

The Disturbing Revelations From Deborah Birx's New Book

"Deborah birx. You remember in Deborah birx. She was a kind of, along with Fauci, the most visible face of the CDC in the immediate aftermath of COVID. And Deborah Brooks has a new book out, and she also has been doing some medium with the book. Now the book was in itself has some disturbing revelations. At one point, Deborah works in the book. Admits that she got data and she says that she devised a quote strategic slight of hand in other words, a tactical mechanism of deceit, in fact she even uses the word subterfuge. At one point she writes quote, this wasn't the only bit of subterfuge I had to engage in. So she is manipulating the data, both to get around other people in the Trump administration and specifically Scott Atlas, who was the coronavirus czar, if you will. But she's also manipulating the data to exercise greater control over what the American public does. She's trying to get the American public to do things where if she will forthright with the data, they may not want to do.

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Column: Tiger has big voice, just not as much visibility

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Column: Tiger has big voice, just not as much visibility

"Tiger Woods is sounding off about the new Saudi backed breakaway golf series fronted by Greg Norman as he prepares for the British open Woods a 15 time major winner says he could not understand why the likes of Phil Mickelson Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka have signed up for the lib series What they've done is they've turned their back on what has allowed them to get to this position For those golfers jumping from the PGA Woods wonders what these players are doing for guaranteed money what is then incentive to practice What is incentives to go out there and earn it in the dirt Greg Norman is the CEO of Liv golf He is not invited to the British open I know Greg tried to do this you know back in the early 90s It didn't work then And he was trying to make it work now And I still don't see how that's in the best interest of the game The PGA Tour has suspended players who have signed up for the rebel league I'm Ed

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The Common Denominator in the Latest Spate of Tragedies

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

The Common Denominator in the Latest Spate of Tragedies

"There's some interesting hubbub on social media about the highland park shooter, this weird kid, I've seen pictures of him, he doesn't look normal, stable. But nevertheless, of course, there's a normal kind of what is this politics, is he a trumpster, apparently he did go to a Trump rally, but he appears to have gone as a protester or a mocker at one point he's seen draping a flag over himself. Again, the question becoming is he putting the flag over himself because he's an America first patriot or the opposite that he's mocking the flag and doing it as a kind of sarcastic imitation of the so called maga movement. But you have a little different take on all this. You've been talking about what is the common denominator of all this? Yeah, so the common denominator of the not only this shooting, but the wagga Shaw massacre, which I don't know if you guys remember. And you've all done, but Daryl Brooks killed these people with his truck or his SUV or whatever it was, is as you feed. So obviously the weapon of choice was not the same. But what was the same is the fact that they're both lunatics. That is the same. So that is the common denominator between these two. However, the media chooses not to look at one and dwell on another. Obviously, they want they want to take away guns. They want to, they really want to criminalize anybody that gets guns, even though they say no, no, no, we're not going to do that. We're just doing it for, you know, tighten tighten the belt for these other people. The fact of the matter is a lunatic will use whatever. I mean, look at this guy that just killed the former prime minister of Japan. He made his own weapon. He made a gun himself. He's a

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Wimbledon updates | Kyrgios ousts Tsitsipas in 3rd round

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Wimbledon updates | Kyrgios ousts Tsitsipas in 3rd round

"Tap ranked egas was beaten in the third round ending her 37 match winning streak One just 6 games and a 6 four 6 two laws to Elyse coronet 11 C coco Goff absorbed a 6 7 6 two 6 one lost a fellow American Amanda anisimova four C Paula badosa beat two time champ Petra kvitova and American Jessica pagola fell to Petra martic in straight sets On the men's side Rafael Nadal was onto the fourth round after dropping just 7 games against Lorenzo America Tanner Fritz won and countryman Jensen Brooks be lost I'm Dave

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:31 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:31 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm John leather bait the Astros scored four times in the first as they pummel the mets 9 one in New York in The Bronx a marwin Gonzalez second inning solo shot gave the Yankees a two one win over Oakland A person with direct knowledge of the decisions as Lakers guard Russell Westbrook exercising his option to play for just over $47 million next season The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because neither was broken or the leakers revealed the decision publicly a person with knowledge of the negotiations had Celtics assisted will hardy has accepted an offer to become the coach of the Utah Jazz Hardly in the jazz were in the process of finalizing contract language according to the prison who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because neither side announced the deal publicly Brooks Koepka the latest PGA golfer to defect of the live series he will play his first tournament in its U.S. debut starting Thursday near Portland I'm John leatherbee AB sports

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New insight into former President Donald Trump's pressure campaign on DOJ to help overturn election

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

New insight into former President Donald Trump's pressure campaign on DOJ to help overturn election

"Of Congress sought pardons for their parts and former president Donald Trump's attempt to deny President Biden's election And Thursday's House select committee hearing former White House officials in recorded interviews talked about Republicans in Congress seeking pardons from president Trump for their parts in the planning to overturn the certification of president Joe Biden's election Former Trump special assistant Cassidy Hutchinson says that included Florida's Matt Gaetz in Alabama's mo Brooks Mister Gates

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm sherk Freeman Tampa uses the long ball to finally beat the New York Yankees It was a career night for the ray Zach paradis who hit three homers all by the 5th inning and the rays beat the Yankees 5 to four Ray shortstop Taylor wall says the night was owned by parades It just looks like he's in total control you know I made his impressive tonight with special It was very special to watch special night for him and it was huge for us and pretty much just carried us that whole game Just the third loss in the last 20 games for the yanks Tony Godzilla became baseball's first 9 game winner as the LA Dodgers beat Cincinnati ate the two San Francisco held off Atlanta 12 to ten giants catcher Austin winds had a big night three hits including a three run Homer for manager Gabe Kepler Austin has come over and had quality at bats It doesn't always been as pretty as it was tonight you know the Homer and driving the baseball several times Chicago White Sox down Toronto 7 to 6 in extra innings Boston beat Detroit 5 to three two of baseball's best win at it as Houston down the New York mets ate the two Adam splain reports Jose Archie earned his 6th win of the season by allowing just one run on four hits over 6 innings Archie struck out 5 and the only blemish on his line was the 6th inning Homer he allowed to Pete Alonso Adam spelling Houston Nolan Gorman Homer twice as St. Louis beat Milwaukee 6 two Texas blank Philadelphia 7 zero San Diego three Arizona two in extra innings Seattle down Oakland Pittsburgh over the Chicago Cubs Miami Beach Colorado Washington down Baltimore Kansas City over the LA angels and Cleveland over Minnesota Another major champion Brooks Koepka leaving the PGA Tour for Liv golf Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL for a second time leaving the league after 12 seasons Toronto Maple Leafs forward auston Matthews is the NHL's MVP and the attorney for Cleveland Browns quarterback deshaun Watson has reached an agreement on 20 of 24 lawsuits from women accusing Watson of sexual assault and harassment Check Freeman AP sports

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Brooks Koepka's Crazy US Open Stat

Fore The People

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Brooks Koepka's Crazy US Open Stat

"There was some crazy stat only like someone would have to look at it, but only like four people have been kept going the last four U.S. opens or something like that. What? Yeah. Yeah, 'cause he's one, two of them. He's one, two of them. I'm finished second in the other in like third in the other. What? That's crazy. Is that crazy or what? That is a crazy stat. Oh my God, because I feel like Brooks has been kind of off the cliff lately. I mean, when's the last time you even played? Was it the PGA? Is that the last time we played? I guess it was. Yeah. Brother played the live last week, but we haven't seen Brooks. We haven't seen rooks for a hot minute, man. But I mean, dude, it's something crazy. I'll look it up, but I'm telling you, it's freaking wild.

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Bill Gates says crypto and NFTs are a sham

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Bill Gates says crypto and NFTs are a sham

"Bill Gates says NFTs and crypto are 100% based on the greater fool theory. Now, generally, I see more. Are you familiar with the greater fool theory? The greater what theory? The greater fool theory. No. The greater fool theory is that no matter what you pay for something, there will be a greater fool around who will pay more for it. I've seen that in action in the last couple of weeks having it. Yeah, we have. We know. Actually, it's a true theory. Bill Gates believes in it. That's why I think I said, can we get a Montage someday of how many times I told people not to buy crypto on the show? It goes back at least 5 years. And what did I say? Don't buy what you don't understand. So unless you can sit down and explain to me how blockchain currency replaces a reserve currency, don't buy it. But in any event and non fungible tokens, that to me with the tulip bulb thing. If you study the history of economics, Arthur Brooks, westbury, they all begin with the tulip bulb thing. That's when there was a market bubble in tulip bulbs.

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Mo Brooks Is Running for Senate in the Great State of Alabama

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Mo Brooks Is Running for Senate in the Great State of Alabama

"Okay, there is a couple primary races that are heating up and bubbling up across the country. And one in the beautiful, amazing state of Alabama in particular. That is promising to kind of be an inflection point of what is the direction we want the United States Senate to go in. And there's been all sorts of kind of drama around this race, and today it's a runoff. We have made our endorsement official to mo Brooks and we have it right up here, turning point action officially endorses mo Brooks, and I endorse endorse more Brooks. In this runoff for the Alabama Senate race and with us right now, is mo Brooks, who I hope will become the next senator from Alabama. Welcome to the program. My pleasure, and thank you so much for the endorsement. It's very, very meaningful. You guys have a great reputation in the state of Alabama for conservative values and in particular moral values, which are so absent in Washington, D.C.. That is totally true. And so I want to just first compliment you. I was looking at the race from afar and I thought the way that you handled the 2000 mules deal on television was just awesome. And it's very rare to see a politician kind of push back and willing to kind of talk about this. So I think it's cut 36 on the sheet. So let's play this and I'd love to get your reaction. Play cut 36. Still no evidence or proof provided that there was any sort of fraud in that. Oh no, that's wrong. I don't know why you people need to keep saying that, but that is absolutely false. That is absolutely false. You keep saying in every time, but that's absolutely false. That elections are going to be stolen if we don't fix these problems and those problems were not fixed. So I don't know who's telling you there's no evidence that that tells me you're trying to work. I'm sorry. The courts and the judges that have no, no, the courts. Don't go into that. The courts do not have the, wait a minute, no, no, I'm getting the last word on this one because you just made a false statement, okay? The courts are not the final arbiter of who wins federal election contest. Congress is. Your reaction to that kind of back and forth. Well, it's most unfortunate, but so many people in the news media the Talking Heads. They don't do their homework. They're generalists and they're absolutely was an enormous amount of voter fraud on election theft activity in the 2020 elections. And all you have to do is go back to the 2005 bipartisan report by the commission on federal election

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The Connection Between Violent Crime and Marijuana Usage

The Officer Tatum Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

The Connection Between Violent Crime and Marijuana Usage

"I got Sean sent me an article about marijuana usage in its residual effects. And just because, you know, correlation denied always mean causation, but at least you have the facts and understanding, you know, according to an article called cannabis causes psychosis, a psychosis caused violence written by a gentleman, a doctor named Alex berenson on May 25th in an article he describes some of the correlations between marijuana usage and violent criminals. Mister, I don't like even like to say the guy's name, but it was confirmed that the shooter and Yuval di had issues with using marijuana. Don't know how much he used, but he was upset because his grandmother and mother allegedly would not let him use marijuana. Nicholas Cruz, which is a Florida high school shooter, was heavily used in marijuana, and that's what he told the police in the police interview. Devin Patrick Kelly, who shot up a Texas church and killed 26 people on 2017 before, you know, obviously killing himself had a THC in his system when he died, Darryl Brooks junior last seen allegedly racing through the walk of Christmas parade, self described as a stoner and here's some statistical data that may become relevant. It says, meanwhile, the cities like Portland, Oregon, have suffered an explosion in violence, following the legalization of cannabis.

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Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

"I watched your appearance on Fox with Sandra Smith And I thought you articulated a pretty strong case that at a minimum representative Brooks there was some definitely some shenanigans in 2020 We had of course in Pennsylvania the acceptance of ballots after election day which is in violation of how elections are supposed to be conducted We also had the 2000 mules movie with the geo tracking and yet Sandra Smith said that had been debunked but that hasn't been debunked sir At all the 2000 mules movie had a lot of strong evidence that ballot harvesting was used and could have corrupted the results I was with dinesh d'souza yesterday and we did one of those I guess they're called podcasts And it's not enough evidence on its surface by itself to prove a criminal offense to the standard approved which is beyond a reasonable doubt to a moral certainty but it is plenty of evidence that should trigger a lot of serious investigations by district attorneys across the United States of America and attorney generals across the United States of America In order to determine whether with a proper criminal investigation you're able to go forward with a grand jury indictment or arrest warrants and then present that evidence to a jury for a final resolution Dosta sees that he did a very good job as someone who's in the media someone who's a producer of these kind of documentaries raising enough questions that I would hope that prosecutorial agencies around the United States would get that ball and run with it We'll see whether it goes any further than it has Right now there seems to be some hesitancy on the part of criminal investigative agencies to do their job

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Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

"No this is a really important topic to me And the fact that Sandra Smith had said Reuters debunked it was ridiculous Reuters did nothing of the sword Reuters has an opinion congressman that the geo tracking used for the ballot mules may only be accurate to whatever 6 to 12 inches if own tracker but that's not been the position of the courts You know John Roberts himself said that the geo tracking used was the equivalent of an ankle monitor meaning they had a good idea where these ballot meals were going to and this is the kind of thing the media and law enforcement used to be interested in Like what happened Well investigators ought to be questioning the individuals who made these stops on a regular basis And what appears on the 2000 mules documentary to be a highly suspicious set of circumstances If the individual has a good explanation with why the individual did what the individual did then fine But if not then the criminal investigators ought to carry it further And perhaps to a grand jury perhaps to warrant magistrate to get a warrant magistrate but there's little more important than honest and accurate elections if you purport to be a republic And we are a republic so we have to make sure we have honest and accurate elections It's as simple as that And that means that voter fraud has to be attacked aggressively wherever there is evidence to indicate that it occurred

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Mo Brooks: Our Inflation Crisis Was Caused by Self-Inflicted Wounds

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Mo Brooks: Our Inflation Crisis Was Caused by Self-Inflicted Wounds

"And then when we printed all that money and spent it and we didn't have the supply chain to back it up of course the prices of the products went up Is any of this rocket science I mean this was taught to you when you went to school for economics correct Like this was very predictable By way of background I graduated with distinction and economics at duke university So I do have some education in economics And I have looked at economic issues for decades now of course you've got Jimmy Carter with the economic malaise associated with his administration and the inflation that we have today And I've been advising people that it's only a matter of time before these bad economic policies come back to bite us The difference between the economic malays and Jimmy Carter is much of that was inflicted from without with OPEC doing what they did and monopolizing all production and artificially jacking up prices What's happening now These are all self inflicted wounds When you have a $30 trillion debt you borrow $7 trillion of the last three years alone That's going to devalue the value of the U.S. dollar which in turn means you got to pay more dollars to buy whatever it is you're going to buy And then you add on to it the very bad response to COVID where we attacked our own economy we paid people not to work but what happens when you pay people not to work that interrupts the supply chain not as much as on the shell So you have to pay more in order to get it And it doesn't end with that there are other things I'll give you another example The Biden administration day one attacked energy production for energy that's going to be consumed in the United States of America That cuts down on the supply of energy particularly oil what's the net effect of that That drives that pricing So all of this is economics one O one so long as you don't go to the same university that AOC went to

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Westbrook was so happy here. So now what plus the west person was his guy and he and and brooks russell loves yeah well he you know he doesn't really have much of a choice. He's under contract here. But yeah i. I think the reason that a lot of people thought he would be back because ross wanted him back. Yeah i agree. Yeah of course is the other thing. So let's go to so leonsis right. Yeah so the. The wizards actually have a touch of momentum. For the first time in a long time they actually have a little bit of interest in the community for the first time in a long time and now he can't come to grips with the coach. Is that sound familiar. Yeah i think. There's this guy named barry i think is his first name who by the ways in the final four again with his new time which would be the islanders leonsis. Coaching thing is extremely bothersome to those of us who grew up in the area and love artistes. Now this one is not let. Let's let's address. This is not the same because this will be cheered by the majority of the fan base. And i you how about you you like it or not. Well look i. I've gotten to know scott a little bit. Not a lot but I've had conversations with them on the air in in one or two off the air. I really understand why players like him. He's really a quality guy. And i can see where the part of an nba coach where the players need to like you in respect you and you need to understand them and and how to manage them. I think he really does that. Part well but going back to. Oklahoma city of always been critical of scott brooks is an xs and os coach I just don't think that is his strength. I think there are guys that are much better And by the way. I think stan van gundy's one of them. It'd be interesting. I'm sure Ted and zach would love to make a statement with the first female head coach In nba history. And you know trying to appeal to to to to some sort demo that they think they have to have And by the way. I'm not suggesting that she's not qualified. i've always thought that stan van gundy can coach. He's out he got fired today. after just one year new orleans Why the happened. I don't know maybe he didn't get along. And maybe that's what you have to do there but defend. I can say that they would defend the ball. The ball would actually move. Yeah a little bit. They might have an imbalance play to against against pressure. But then i am. I will have more on that tomorrow. Show more likely than not with tommy Thanks go Enjoy the day. And i will be watching lobby watching all weekend long. I get look forward to daycare. Steve sands everybody One of my favorites man. This is The this scott brooks news is huge. Obviously i would have led this show with it today. a couple of other just quick thoughts on it I i would say number one. If the reporting is they couldn't work out a deal that there was interest in bringing him back on a short term deal. That's number one number two in terms of what's next In addition to a guy. Like stan van gundy who. I've always been a fan of You gotta think. Sam sell you know. We'll sam cassell finally get an opportunity to be a head coach. You know he was here. Obviously as an assistant. He's very familiar with bradley beal And i think bradley beal would certainly be a guy that would endorse sam casella. I've always felt that. Sam cassell had as a player and as a coach. Just incredible basketball. Iq so i would love to see him. Get an opportunity I you know. I can't tell you i know enough about becky ham. And other than the fact that let's face it if popovich gives his blessing he's not doing it. Willy nilly and he believes in becky ham and the The the assistant With san antonio On popovich's On popovich staff On scott brooks look the bottom line is that scott brooks you know was a guy that i don't think was among the best coaches in the league when it came to an xs and os thing but you know it's the there's a lot more That falls on the head coach I thought randy wittman was an exceptional xs and os head coach. I did And i was hopeful that they would hire a guy like when when they ran Whitman because whitman wasn't getting along with the best players they they wanted to change. And that's a big part of the coaching there But i i do. I'm totally okay with this I would love to see a head coach. Where offensively there's there's gonna be more structure and with westbrook. Maybe there can't be you know that may have been part of the challenge with wall. Maybe there couldn't have been. Maybe if scott brooks had a chance to coach with a point guard that was a little bit More in need of structure. Which i think both of them wore but may be more receptive to it. Maybe it would be better. I'd love to see more structure. I'd leave the love to see more organization offensively. I would love to see you know The ability to throw inbounds pass against pressure and not have have it turnover. I would definitely like to see a coach. It would emphasize in coach. Defense better So they're Not a shock. I know that there was some reporting. Recently that brooks was going to stay as the head coach And apparently at least according to wo- generosity they had discussions about an extension but they could not come to an agreement on that Anyway there you go More on this tomorrow but again the story is that brooks is out as wizards head coach but only after according to john rouse katie. Spn the two sides failed to come to an agreement on a new deal. We'll have more information again. My guess would be that brooks wanted something longer term and washington wasn't willing to give it to them that would be my guess More on this coming up tomorrow. Thanks steve for us on the show today. Thanks to scotland for joining us on the show. Today tommy will be with me tomorrow and again more on. The scott brooks being out as wizards coach and a lot more on the show. Tomorrow have a great day..

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Know you guys talk social media kampot. I want you guys know what i do like me. Like when you bust his shops that you What do you call it when you tag is collins when you move comes when you when you forward tweet tweet tweet. I love when you guys go back and forth on that. 'cause i get the feeling i've never met tom. I love lucy. Don't i just love the fact that there's no way he's a social media guy right hami tummies so in love with social media are you kidding. Me legitimately tommy. Tommy is very much as old and crotchety and miserable as he can be at times and i say that lovingly tommy. False nano t. Tommy was on twitter before any of us at the station. Run twitter swear to god including the young people who were there by the way breaking news for the second time in this. Show breaking news. Scott bros is out as washington wizards coach this according to Whoa joe Woman hausky reporting the two sides failed to come to an agreement on a new deal which would be an indication that they were interested in a new deal with scott brooks and i bet you anything. Yeah and i don't know anything Actually stan van gundy got fired. I love stan. Van gundy as a coach. I think he's a good coach but the what's interesting about. That is that i thought that. If they kept him it would be on a very short term deal. And i bet you that that's where he and his group got hung up. What happens russell..

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"There is something For east coast's people especially if you're a golf fan and even if you're not if you're just a sports fan there's something about you know the january hawaii run and then you know and then getting to california for torrey pines and then super bowl week. You know in scottsdale or something that i love about. It's frigid. it's cold. It's dark outside and then you get this. Oh my god would appeal. Lovely to be a capitola or to be in la hoya all of those places during january on the east coast in particular. It's always been that way. I think it's one of the attractions actually of the sport for a lot of people who aren't necessarily even golf fans. Oh yeah i mean. Look at the run. They have okay so when we go to kapalua. She coppola's georgia's why country club in hawaii phenomenal. And you go to the california desert. If anybody's ever been palm springs it's a joke up for this and the weather is absolutely perfect. The mountains and everything gorgeous but meanwhile the country's in a deep freeze lawyer those three weeks right then you slide over to the hoya. The cliffs at torrey pines the hang gliders the pacific ocean beautiful place senior life. And then you go to scottsdale. It's a party. it's a circus. The desert was gorgeous. The mountains surrounding everybody's doing deep-freeze watching the super bowl. Then the next week you go to pebble beach. That's a joke now. Pretty that is and then the following week ago. Pacific palisades the era. And you're like wow. This is like the prettiest seven stretch of history sports. Well everybody watching wild card weekend divisional weekend championship weekend. Taking a break and then go onto college hoops. Nba nhl and then the following week watching the super bowl cosby little all these.

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Of certainly to summer sports calendar And it's at torrey pines and steve sands will be a big part of the golf channel and nbc's coverage of it all weekend long and he joins us From beautiful beautiful torrey pines And one of the more beautiful areas in the country Where you are right now before we get to the this I just am curious if you've been watching the nba playoffs at all. Because i my sense of it is in our conversations that year not massively into it. Oh no i'm definitely into. Oh you are okay. Sports and i can't stop watching everything i heard your conversation with j. p. the other day about The ratings in the you know the in the nba. And then the yet david on as well you know i'm totally into. That's really out of a wise. I've gotta a rooting interest. We just found out this morning and maybe you saw the news as well as out for tonight's game and maybe out for the series and maybe out even longer which for me is devastating. Because i love watching him play and then in chris paul is in the nba covid nineteen protocol as well so kind of crazy If i watch your favorite guy who did you say the other day is that co is your favorite place. He's my favorite team right now. I heard that the other day. I couldn't believe that he has been for several years and many people by the way heard me say that. Say bullshit it's cousins. No it's not. Kirk i root for her and i'm happy for kirk when he plays well and i'd like to see his career. Continue to grow so that you know my belief in him. I think i've already won that argument over the years. Initially it was. He's not starting quarterback in the nfl But he turned out to be your belief since the lincolnian break that pass across the middle against the giants didn't end your relationship with kirk cousins. No no What really what really upset me about that. Particular day was a giant team that had no interest in winning rushed for one hundred and fifty yards in the first half against our defense. That's what really pissed me off. You know tried to lose that game that game. Kevin is the reason that all my friends give me crap about us winning the division and all my friends from philly who say that you know we lay down for you and that last game. I don't wanna hear it. The giants lay down in that game at fedex. Field and the skin stills couldn't win the game so. I don't wanna hear that people were not trying to win. The football and those guys are still professional football players. But let me tell you i love you have in your.

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Dot com and reach out to scott. He can really help you and he'll really under he'll he'll understand what you wanna do. It will develop something around that. But a lotta people are using voice in using podcasts. To communicate rather than interoffice memos or websites. You know it's a it's a much better way and by the way it's more fun to communicate that when you end up having a guy that can do it this way who can host it this way and get inking. Get the best out of you so this will be part of the part of the gay is and you know get it. You're listening to kevin. I talk and talk for days. We could do woodstock podcast. Basically you know a part of my job in my experiences to just make you feel comfortable. A lot of people grab a microphone. And you wanted to your own podcast. God bless you. I'm there to just facilitate to make you comfortable. You know if you have a a newsletter or an audio blog couple minutes. Shoot it out to your customers by email. Put it on your website like having said a lot of people are not writing. I don't feel like writing that. Don't right i'll help you with that too. So yeah lots of different ideas. Check out the services page scotland. Pr podcasts with an s. on the end dot com and thank you. Thank you for letting me pimp this. She and i appreciate the last performer in late. August of nineteen sixty nine in woodstock. New york was god. It's an easy. I it isn't easy one was it hendricks hendrix with. I wasn't he i think he was. I no. I think he was last pretty sure he was last. Okay then hendrix's my answer. Would that could be wrong about that. For whatever reason it's always I think he was on that last on that. Very last you might be right. I'm gonna look it up right now. I know look that up while vamping for a second. So you're of this age. I'm sure a lot of your listeners. Are too and i talked about this with sally on the lynn. Murray sally over patriots. We the album of crosby stills nash vu and young apologies celebrated its fifty second anniversary recently. The fiftieth was sort of during the pandemic so they just a smart sunday morning did a whole like seven minute feature on it and the gen. Who was the reporter. Talked to stephen stills and talk to david crosby and talked to graham. Nash neil young not available. David crosby doesn't talk to neil young. Because he said bad stuff about neil young's girlfriend back in the day stills and graham nash and neil talk frequently and text and are in contact but there nash doesn't talk to crosby either anyway. The the reason i brought this up was so they released this album. And.

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"We still keep our toes in the water for that stuff but you know the time with you just hanging out not eating for fun. The hammer time with you eating. We're much fun. And i just would you know you. You would make me laugh. And you know. I'll pay compliment right back. Kevin and this is your show. So i'm not paid to come on here. It's just you know. Our relationship is a special on. And i know you mega deaths of gratitude for support and humor and And and words of advice and and all that stuff so yes. I will always continue. I will always consider you one of my of my dearest friends. You are a good human being and thank you enough of that. this is about i will. I will say that. I would bet that eighty percent of our conversations that would start at. Let's just call it ten. Am ten thirty after shows wrapped up our eleven. Whatever it was. I can't even remember the hours of the various shows it would start with. What are you doing for lunch. What am i. What are we gonna eat. And yes scott is a scots definitely a foodie and a lot of the conversations were always about you know really you found this place. Where where's it is good and and And i would try many of those places over the years. And i would say that you hit on more than than you missed on Glad it worked out. Tell everybody what you're doing right now. Because i think this is going to be perfect and i think it's going to be successful. But tell everybody what you're working on. And how they reach you very cool. So during my downtime i did a lot of networking a lot of talking to kevin lot of talking to friends and then friends of friends and then now friends and connections that. I didn't know i had and one of the nicest guys and i'll give them a shout out because i always loved to name. Is chris tally. Chris was a longtime chief. Communications officer for usaa and our paths crossed. Kevin because of usa's relationship with the army navy game. Chris listen to the show through fox sports radio and then later through yahoo and sporting news and he would stream us locally. Even though chris is A baylor family and was in texas but he loved us and he was very fond of me and still is and i thank him endlessly. He hooked me up with a lot of people in the communications. Npr space and i talked to a great many of them just about ideas about possibly and picking their brain and just opened. Lots of doors for really cool. Zoom calls with people that you know. I like you said i. I prefer to go in and have apa and some ribs and talk to you. I'm not all that comfortable doing networking thing. Not like our dear friend doc walker. Who's.

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"What do you think with you in that. I think he should be moved and moved as soon as Of whatever makes the most sense it's it's not gonna work. And i know that you were not a fan of westbrook season. Getting huge amounts of accolades. I i still love him. I will always love him. He is a competitor. I know that's cliche. And i use of the same reason but but you just you watch him you build around and this has nothing to do with bradley beal game or who he is or what he means the community. It's just it's you look around at everybody's nba roster. And i know that you do. He is a he is a guy and it's not that he doesn't fit with westbrook. But at this time at this spot at this juncture if you can get other pieces and built then you do so and you should. Yeah i love westbrook to if westbrook's one of your best players you're never going to win or content for title and i say that with all the love in the world because he's always been one of my favorite players to watch because nobody tries harder in sports teams swertz. He does. But i think what we've learned is when the game slows down in postseason He's he's a wreck he's a mess and I think you know. I think if you're if you're saying gimme the top fifteen players in the game deal. It's really tough to to to say bill or westbrook or on that list. I think deal is very close. But you can't contend for an nba title without having top five ish kind of player. You can't win an nba title based on the last sixteen years without a top five player. Maybe this year will be different. potentially but No one's done it. Since chauncey billips was the best player on detroit's two thousand fourteen. I right and then taking picking a real quick on you know for what radley gives you an. He gives you a lot. You know that the we all know that. The nba is a game of of money and and salaries slot salary cap. And paying for this. You can get what radley brings for a lot less money these days. You just can't. And i know that you know a lot of people have hit the lottery. And i don't mean that in any sort of pun way but guys pan out guys poured on and they're making considerably less than the as and and maybe that's brought to you know to paint with but it just you look at salaries you go. Wait this guy this guy this guy putting comp numbers or brought up you know potentially enough potentially better results across the board look around and just do it differently and if you can break him into pieces that fit better do so aren't. Scotland is with us And i do wanna talk about scott. And i wanna talk about what he's working on here. Steve sands is going to be on the show shortly as well From torrey pines. Where the us open starts to morrow Real quickly on the football team. You know you've been able to sit back. Not as a fan and be a part of the media and view the fan base over the last twenty five to thirty five years And i think there is like an increased level of optimism among fans You know. I don't know that it's all justified but i think you know. Rivera gives people some confidence that there is competence on the sideline. I think the defensive talent and some of the offense talent i think the addition of fitzpatrick has people thinking. You know this might be the best season in a long time coming up. I was i. I did this thing earlier on on the radio. Show where i'm like there. There haven't been many seasons for this franchise. Were you when into it. Being optimistic during the dance nightmare there only a few two thousand was one of those years when they had signed bruce smith and dion sanders and marquette earlier. Jeff george the fantasy football year. Snyder was basic legal. Five hundred. yeah and he was really in his first year as a full owner. 'cause he had joined the club just before the season in one thousand nine hundred nine but they were coming off a division title. That's the last time. Scott that legitimately. They were thought of as a super bowl contender literally. The last time it happened was two thousand because they really were. You know they were going into that. Two thousand season one of the favorites in the nfc to win the nfc championship. There hasn't been any other season since where they've been among the top three four five favorites to to get to the super bowl out of the nfc. But i remember that season. I remember after two thousand five joe gibbs i i think he found his footing a little bit in that second year and there was some excitement about two thousand six. They wanna playoff game in two thousand five. The last time they wanna playoff game at tampa I definitely feel like there was some excitement going into year. Two of rg three even though he'd come off that serious injury. I think there was a ton of excitement and optimism. I think after twenty fifteen even though you knew it was a bad defensive team. I think the offense and winning a division And having maybe the answer at the time at quarterback people optimistic and then. I think there's this year to me. Two thousand actually isn't really debatable. Because they were a legitimate top two or three. Pick to make it to the super bowl and we didn't know it. Snyder was at that point. You watched all of this from afar over the years and you know you you have at times. Certainly in your office is i. Fell asleep on your couch. Mocked the fan base a little bit to a certain degree with respect to what do you think. What do you think about the team. And what do you think. The fan base thinks right now. Are you sensing that. They're ahead of.

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"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"To. He carries himself in such a. You can tell he's having fun internally kevin but the fact that he carries himself in such a business assassin like men are all the time and he's just you know i think that's part of the draw for him he's the anti-star like in a sport where there's so much look at me. He's the anti-star. Yeah that's a big part of it. Of course people of our age ten to like people who aren't so self absorbed Who aren't so consumed with themselves on social media who aren't sensitive T to social media and just go out and basically Build their reputation on action. Yeah that's a big part of it but it's also i love the way he plays scott. He's got this incredible patience about him the way he goes to work. It's it's a very quiet thirty seven when he gets year like really he's got thirty seven and then the fact that he does it on both ends now my one criticism of y as it's been about a lot of the players in the nba the load management stuff. I you know. I'm not a big load management guy. And i for the last couple of years. Look if you're going to take games off. His main he takes a lot of them off during the regular season. Now he was hurt a little bit here and there during the regular season this year. But you better do it in the postseason like you know. Don't don't take all these games off telling me that you're gonna you're gonna be there and you're going to deliver when the games matter And then not and but he's always done it now. He didn't do it in the bubble last year but we know what he did with toronto two years ago and what he had already been doing in this postseason he's got a couple of the true brilliant performances in the postseason. We'll get to the durant Show last night but that's devastating news. for really i. I'm curious as to what you think i did. One of those you know. I'm required to do one of these twitter polls every day you know you gotta come up with a twitter poll every day right. So what should i have for breakfast. Something softwares or something. But it's got you know it's gotta be sports radio show and so yeah but it's sponsored by our good friends at window nation and so i've got to come up with an idea for twitter. Poll every day and it's not easy to come up with something compelling everyday today wasn't great but i just said off of durant performance last night. I said so far. The nba playoffs have been dot dot dot your favorite Continuation and i gave four options. Brilliant thrilling Better than i thought barely watchable or unwatchable. I think these playoffs have been phenomenal. I think the individual performances. We've never seen a postseason with with this many individual all time great performances And we'll get to durant here in a moment. I think they've been great but losing kawhi. Leonard will lessen that for me especially if they ended up losing this series because he can't play in it anymore. Yeah and i mean again. You know because you're watching him. You're watching them. I i would say not even silver lining because you know that. Utah's now look across. Go away the other guys not there. Suddenly our jobs easier.

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"brook" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I i had to be convinced to watch it by my kids. Are there for the day and and just watching one episode early on the the the range of references. That just just blew me away. Blew me away. I mean when. I was a kid and i watched loony tunes from the forties. I learned about slang i learned about. You know things to do with the were to era when i watched bull winkle alabama's on of course burns a key play here in that and i mean the day that i realized that the character. Boris bad enough was a pun on the opera. Boris goodenow but that was the moment of a kidney but the simpsons out does them all out does them. All it assumes a hypnotise and intelligence that very few shows of any kind ever ham for us. You know. It's so great. Because it's it's it's it's an ongoing community it's like it's like the town you live in a certain point and and and and and it's just you served the show you serve the show especially can and Yeah just so real quick for somebody who doesn't know what when when you're producing a an animated show. What does that mean. You're doing well. In this case. For this specific i think that's generally true. But but it's it's it's it's it's it's team written you know there's there's always a original writer but but but the the normal course of things is you're always you're writing the from the first reading rewriting you're always playing catch up and it's six months before before it comes together before you have the animation said but you're working adamant medics before that so each episode is a long haul from beginning to end and the right room is key and and you know we have good old david silverman watching over us for our for our animation and there's and there's you know there's there's a great team ventilation directors and And it's an it's there's there's a there's a thing that happens just just with like i said the community aspects of it and the fact and the fact that people are all serving this thing. That's bigger than anybody that's going to go on for awhile that the characters can't agents and the cast is so together and So it's and it's open to anything that has to be opened anything it'd be going on. So long we have to keep every door open and And always in a way. Try and try and go against defining ourselves and you defied again expectations and logic by doing feature film. That turned out just as well as any given episode or season is more achievement. But we but that we we were. We were rewriting hunks of that on the mixing stage at the last possible moment. You're not supposed to be able to do it. Any.

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"brook" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"There was one for there was one making costume jewelry where my job was sort of a one person assembly line and you cut the the gold the phony gold link and i and i did this all day never once getting to the same size so i was fired after a matter of days is fired as a shipping clerk. 'cause i you know so it was. It was rough and then thank heavens. My sister had a best friend who Who was the assistant to the head of the the pages at cbs. At that time you sort of needed sort of a good college education to become a page. But i got in on that fast and And and then. I got lucky. Because i was. I was there for two years wondering whether i'd spend the rest of my life in cape outside the door. Cbs because they have these uniforms with case on them. Not jackets and i always felt ridiculous. And and and then i They used me as a vacation replacement for desk assists in the cbs news. That job you had to come from an elite school of journalism to get because it was a stepping-stone that guide and come back from vacation so they just let me stay and that was pulled. Was that a four eighty. Five madison avenue. Yes yes see now. Why do i night. You're looking at somebody. Who brought coffee at dr morrow. Okay and didn't spill a drop. I'll bet no no some sweating got in there. But that's i understand see now. Why do i know that. Cbs was at four eighty. Five madison avenue. It's because television sort of just invaded my consciousness so thoroughly that all these things stay with me in my peculiar brain and that's one of them. Yeah they move they move later on but that was that was a storied company. That was because that was when. Cbs news one of the elite news organizations in history of anything pure journalism they were there were gods and There was a whole grump than they're called. They're called monroe's boys and he he's the guy who who toppled mccarthy when there was a red scare that went crazy in this country for so long he the writing on his show his writer was a guy who was correctly named ed bliss and and the name fit like a glove and he was a quiet man who wrote gorgeous rose. And if you have if anybody ever wants to see some gorgeous documentary writing the old see it now shows that ed bliss wrote were great and So that was. That was the first environment i had. That overwhelmed me Yeah and we're there. Echoes of that is premature to ask where there. Echoes of that in the newsroom. Tyler moore show. Yeah because a good somebody can become a good friend of mine Who who was mroz editor For for some of his shows Was very much like lou grant. I mean the classic thing. There was a snowy night. I commuted to new jersey. And i was desk assistant. We both came out. And it's one o'clock in the morning and and And and he said he stopped cab. And and i couldn't afford a cabin he said and i said isn't it out of your way. And he says you know you're right off. He went and i started walking towards the bus terminal but laughing and was the but but we thought of a lot so when you were at cbs. When did you start to understand what you want to do there. It was still i i was. I was as a desk assistant. I was in the writer's guild which was amazing to me that i was in the writer's guild.

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"brook" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"To everybody. This is leonard maltin and you're listening to maltin on movies and our guest. Today is a man who's made a lasting mark on movies. Having conquered the world of television. He really does have a remarkable career in that way and He's brilliant at everything he does and he's also from new jersey most important holdout again also from new jersey. Listen jersey boy. You can't judge the ones no no indeed. now indeed it's james l. brooks. Hello jim doing fine. The last time we saw each other was also like this on zoom and we had been gathered by. Tom sturgess preston sturges son. That's right knockabout. His father's brilliant movie the lady eve. Yeah was that fun. Yeah it's it doesn't get much better than that doesn't it's it's still around. Did you grow up listening to radio a lot. I i guess so. I you know i i. I was when i was a child yet. I guess. I must have some but not not not in a kind of religious. Something's in it from specialists in it for me. Got away and What what was your earliest ambition. Because i know you went to work at. Cbs early. on i was. I had a strong ambition to survive. It was it was. It was if it was so long before. It got any grander than that. You know just be able to make a living for myself Because i know. I messed up college of because it was the first fun i'd ever had my life so So i i think. I think i think i think forty five thousand people at the school and i think at the time i had the record for over cuts so it was. It was very very bad. Way to dignify myself at the. But then then i was then i was out of college and i was out of work and i had these odd jobs you know. I got fired several times. Because i'm i'm just sick and the and the jobs i was getting you need to be able to..

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"brook" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brook" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Brook 1000. His paused activities that maybe I'm going to run a virus and Navy on Saturday hosts Bucknell. 8 33 right now. Traffic and weather on the threes. Chuck Whitaker and some areas in around some of the interstates Southeast bound still getting some bright sunshine right now. So you keep the sunglasses handy for that. But all the major highways are clear route 97 is still closed. It was an overturned vehicles from wires down utility pole down still affecting the Howard County Montgomery County Line area and may be closed for the next 45 minutes to an hour. According to authorities in that area check would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 doubled you, CBS. There'll be some breaks in the cloud cover from this morning to the afternoon hours. The high today will eventually had 46 degrees than a cloudy sky tonight, the low down to 40. Ah what? New Year's Eve tomorrow With showers Developing in behind your 48. It may be superiors of heavy rain continuing to New Year state on Friday with a high temperature in the low forties Jeff Mark from the Weather Channel for talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. This forecast is sponsored by Merrill. With Meryl Guided investing. You have the option to work with an advisor to low cost and minimum get started at Merrill edge dot com slash investing goals. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated both the register broker dealer and investment adviser member s. I P. C dumps around town right now, Park Phil 31 degrees Randallstown 29 degrees Baltimore Still 28 degrees and you are now up to date on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. The morning, January kids maybe 2020 general showing on the old stuff passenger Jack brought down by an Iranian missile. Pelosi articles of impeachment. Houston Astros stole Pitching signs Historic.

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"brook" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"brook" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Oft. That's plenty of things like the yeah. Usually there. Or is named after the case or the case you know what I'm saying what it could be such such versus Donald Rain But I. Get that but this. Amy Cooper Bill. This. Amazing I love your. Amy I'd be mad, Shit. The Facts. So the other thing I had that I wanted to bring so I don't know if y'all y'all been paying attention I want to say I, said it last week where the Marine Corps band the confederate flag so now it's Kinda like more widespread. There's more people in more institutions that are banning the confederate flags actually. Yeah Yeah, so I'm GONNA get there. I'm going to get. There I'M GONNA. Get there, so I. Before I got into the NASCAR thing I, wanted to talk about the creator of the confederate flag in his own words why he created the confederate flag for four seen. So he says as a people we are fighting to maintain the heaven ordained supremacy of the white man, inferior or race, a white flag with us be emblem, medical of our cause upon a red field, would stanforth our southern cross, jammed preserving and beautiful contrast the red white and blue. William T. Thompson April. Twenty third eighteen sixty translation, fuck y'all niggers basically, and here goes the muff a symbol as to why we say fuck, you I'm is right so then. NASCAR after all of this type of stuff happened. They ban the confederate flag. Right? The we talk about that on sports record. Okay! Well I guess. We had a store. So is I saw that and I was like Oh. That's going to be very interesting for NASCAR because the majority of their fan base are confederate toting tight focus. You know what I'm saying, so. I'm like Okay I. WanNa see how this boils overplays over with their with their fan base, so there is a nascar driver. Does he count as a NASCAR driver because he one zero? He. I know he's not really don't really know he'd liked the Michael Candy of. Who Cares he? Is Nascar Bro William. while. They really thought that was fake. Not Understand, but he was a mean saying like he was pretty much. Saying like a scarlet said you took everything from me in Nascar. Hollywood Does the NASCAR driver that I'm talking about. His name is racist Ereli and basically, and this is a quote. This is his own worst, so you can't buck. In fact, only mean shit is for real. So he says well, it's been a fun. Ride and dream come true, but if this is direction of NASCAR is headed, we will not participate after the twenty twenty season is over i. don't believe in kneeling during the atom, nor taking people right to fly whatever flag they love. I could care less about the confederate flag, but there are people that do, and it doesn't make them a racist. All you are doing is I'm GONNA say fucking one group to cater to another and I ain't spend the money. We are to participate in any political BS, so everything is for sale. So I saw that and I'm like first of all who took issue number one because you're not like, don't nobody know racist? Him though. If people did know well. Only one you know is Dale Earnhardt. Dislike me. No, I watch NASCAR. I watched car. Lucky you because you like I love cars, so I don't necessarily like. NASCAR, like that. My favorite motor sport is F one. I just think. The one where starting to go real fast and they stopped you. Guys go from there. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Racing. That's different. Drag drag, racing. I watched that, too, but like the sanctioned light, even though that sanctioned. Nascar F one like you kind of know the drivers in the type of cars. This formula a Formula One. That's I thought that was drag racing Nah no so I do watch motor sport. I WATCH NASCAR here and there. I'm not that interested just because the majority of their tracks they it's a fucking oval, and that doesn't interest me that much. However I do know some you know Nascar people and stuff like that, but this was just like really. Really, and it's like that just shows you. How ignorant you are to what the history of that flag met when he literally said. Well. He knows he's white. Last name easiest talion the me. Man They, don't they scholars and No one hundred percent. I don't know man I saw that and I'm just like it's so crazy to really think that there are a whole bunch of white people that feel. Like him! I mean yeah, someone. I'm I'm just saying it's Kinda. Like is being put to our face that there are people on this planet that literally do not like just because of what we look like or the color of our skin. We'll be back after this quick break. Pay It's me Halla. Moriarty proprietor of the PODCAST Network Collins last stand co host of the mega popular playstation podcast, sacred symbols, and also co host of another show that I think you may enjoy a retro and the style themed rump called knockback. I co host the show with my brother. Emmy Award winning sesame workshop, animator and character designer, digging Moriarty and we post new episode each and every week. Celebrating all that mattered most to us growing. Growing up from the seventies, eighties nineties, and beyond on one episode we'll talk about an old video game, and on another a classic movie, and another yet stories from our past delving into all things old school. If you WANNA, tickle those nostalgic muscles within you remember the glory days of years gone and have a lot of laughs while doing it join us. knockback with new episodes, posted each and every Thursday on your favorite podcast service. Nelson it. Great they got rid of the flag, but they need to get rid of the other mother flag to. The American blame you absolutely not. I know it's not going to happen,.

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Bear Brook

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"brook" Discussed on Bear Brook

"For all the ways that Eric seems to be reaching for meaning. And all this it strikes me that there probably are. No, good answers waiting for him. And thicket of his father's passed. No moment of truth in the navy. No family, medical predisposition that could ever fully explain who Teri. Rasmussen was. And why he did what he did. How much of his father is in himself is a question that Eric may always Russell. But then Eric isn't just looking for meaning in his father's life. He's creating meaning in his own by having honest conversations, like the by helping other veterans to find themselves, and in that way, the way that matters Eric has already answered his own question. He's nothing like as. subscribed to bear brook to your future. Updates case to bring you more episodes. Bear brook is reported and produced by me, Jason Taylor is senior producer editing. Help this episode came from Dan Barrick, marine McMurray Corey print and Erica Janik especial. Thanks is episode to professor Edward Miller at Dartmouth College original music for this show was composed by me, Jason moon and Taylor Quimby bear brook is a production of New Hampshire public radio.

"brook" Discussed on Bear Brook

Bear Brook

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"brook" Discussed on Bear Brook

"Darkness. Bear brook has been something of an experiment in storytelling for me and green lighting. This project was something of a risk for the station that allowed me to do it. So if you wanna help make the case that podcast like this one are worth doing donate. Twenty bucks at bear brook, podcast dot com, and your way, thanks for listening. Hearing stories about Terry's childhood has helped Eric to fill in some sections of his father's portrait. But the more Eric has learned the more. He's come to place meaning on a different part of Terry's life his time in the navy. It's a chapter that Eric can relate to because he recognizes the effects of it in himself. Remember when one of Terry's co workers at the mill in New Hampshire heard him screaming in his sleep. That's a PTSD moment. I mean, that's classic. That's chronic signs. You know, I suffer from that. What did he suffer from that? Push him across the line. Terry rest mucin served in the navy from nineteen sixty one to nineteen sixty seven. He was stationed at bases along the west coast and also at Okinawa in the Pacific, Eric has been studying his discharge paperwork a form called a DD to fourteen. It has some details about Terry's military career. But it also raises a lot, of course. Nations like how from nineteen sixty one to nineteen sixty four. There's little mention about what Terry was actually doing those were the early years of the Vietnam war and it was before the navy trained Terry ethanol attrition. An Eric wonders if that's when Terry sauce, something or did something that changed him. There had to be this divining moment where all became nothing. When the value of Uman life became zero with him. Because you don't it's one thing to shoot a man, you don't know. Trust me on that. It's another thing to harm someone that you know, that you're around every day something pushed him, there's no proof that Teri Rasmussen ever saw any action. But then you don't necessarily have to to get PTSD. There are some clues on Terres de to fourteen that point to signs of trouble a few periods classified as lost time usually code for being away without leave or being confined in the Brig and his form also has a reenlistment code that basically amounts to the navy telling him don't come back in any case. This idea that something pushed Terry is optimally convinced Eric to change his life after learning about all this in the summer of two thousand seventeen he left a lucrative career in engineering to work with vets, you know, he did so many bad things in this world had to do something positive something something good not to redeem him. But to redeem myself. Off. And so, you know, I just I I got a job at the bay. I figured at least I can help out vets. You know, maybe maybe an instant, maybe one word, maybe one moment. Handshake a hey, the coffees over there. Something would would make their day just a little bit more. And maybe they wanna push themselves over the edge. You know? So how much is Teri on your mind? When you're when you're there and talking to d do you see sort of shades of him versions, you know of him in in the vets you're speaking to God. I there isn't a day that goes by that I don't see somebody navy seabees hat, and so it's always on my mind. Unfortunately, you know. 'cause I wish it wasn't so much, but it is. Well, it's it's interesting to me because when thing that we have tried to do in telling the story is is not to focus too much on him and his story in the in the way that sometimes. Stories about serial killers can get sensationalized to an extent where it seems to be more about that person's life than the lives of the victims. They had and in a weird way they can almost end up being glorified. But you find your in a situation where you can't help. But wanna know everything you can about him because it's in a strange way also about you. It is about me. It's about at least half me. You know, there's no other. There's no other thing for me to do except for move forward and try to find at least some answers because. What I know. Now isn't enough for me. And it's not because I'm fascinated by this killer. It's because I wanna know. What drove him? And that's that's really what I have to know is what drove him in almost sounds like that that has become the new purpose of your life. If I could put it. So bluntly. Is to not be him. To do whatever I can to not be him.

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Bear Brook

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"brook" Discussed on Bear Brook

"Just. It was just so. It's hard to it's hard to describe. It was just is like a dead, man. Looking at you in some ways. Do you? Remember, how old you were at that time. I think this was I was right about three and a half to four right in there. Well. Any any recollection or ideas to as to not that? There's a good reason. But why he would have been doing that to you know? That goes to the question. I think everybody has is how does a man like that exist. And how does a man like that do anything? I guess it doesn't make sense to me. But I kinda really need to know in a. In kind of a morbid sort of way. This is the shadow that. Terry rash mucin casts over Eric Rasmussen ever since he learned about his father's crimes. Eric has been gripped by questions of how why questions that? I think we all try to answer when we hear a story like this. But the difference for Eric is that whatever answers he comes to also say something about him not just because Terry was his father. But because Eric has come to realize that he and his father's lies have in some ways moved along a parallel trajectory. It's a really odd parallel because you know, the there were two things that he was heavily interested in and that was mechanical and electron IX and the way that my unknowingly my my path directed which exactly down those same ways. You know, I spent time as an auto mechanic. I spent time in the Dyno field, which is heavily electronic. I mean, he went into the navy. I spent time in the Marine Corps. I don't wanna be like him. But unfortunately, I mean, I kind of in a way and that that is a scary thought in itself. I mean, that's. That's the one when I can't sleep at three o'clock in the morning that draws me. You know? I know I'm not gonna do what he did. But. I don't wanna get anywhere close to that line. And that's the one that keeps me up. It's not only the outlines of a career path at Eric in Terry share. They also bear a striking physical resemblance. Diane told me that when the state troopers were first breaking the news to her one thing that helped convince her it was real where the mugshots of Terry. And how much they looked like Eric, you know, you read about, you know, the people that talked to them and the detective in California's at all gosh, those crystal blue eyes, I get that every week at least once a week somebody says, oh, my God, you have to just gorgeous, crystal blue eyes, and I'm like, I just don't want them. But you know, I I looked like him. Yeah. I wonder what was your idea of your father as you were growing up and after he had left. What was your sense of him? You know, my mother which has never been very forthcoming with a lot of details constantly reports. The he was a bad, man. But she couldn't quite say why sometimes it would be because he drank sometimes it would be because he slept around with all the babysitters. You know? Well, I mean there was some time. She said to me you're just like him, which really is a phrase that kind of drags home now. So you know, I chewed tell me how I looked like how is just like him. And then she would take it out on me physically. But you wanted to you were curious despite all that. Oh, yeah. I mean, you have to you know, you're growing up in a in a single single parent home. I mean, you wanna know the other half of you. So. So has this led to other conversations within your extended family? I mean, I know obviously that your relationship with your mom is is fraught for obvious reasons. But have you found yourself talking to family members from his side or reconnecting with folks have I I have found a few family members from his side that are willing to talk and the one story that came out that really struck me as intuitive was they were at a picnic, and he was maybe eight nine Terry was eight or nine. Yeah. And he he chased someone around at the picnic with a knife he'd been using to cut watermelon because he became so angry. So talked to other members on that side of the family who talked about a darkness that flows in the in the resumes and family, and they they don't call it depression. They call it darkness.

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Bear Brook

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"brook" Discussed on Bear Brook

"Many people know what it's like to live in the shadow of their parents, but some shadows are longer and darker than others. Before Teri Rasmussen killed four people and dumped them in the woods near bear brook state park before he was a serial killer, the chameleon he had family in my reporting. I was able to speak to one of his children his daughter, Diane. You heard from her in episode six Teri, Rasmussen also had a son. Let's can I have you just introduce yourself your name and your your relationship to this case why we're talking. My name is Eric Terry res- Musa, my father, and I guess we're talking about it to try and find some answers. I couldn't find Eric when I was first reporting this series, but a few months after we released the podcast an Email sent by someone with the last name Rasmussen caught my eye. Eric wrote to say that he had listened to the podcast. He said he was glad to hear that. With the breakthroughs in genetic genealogy, at least some good had come from the case, but listening to it also had him thinking about his father ever since Eric learned about Terri Rasmussen's crimes. He's been holding up an image of his father's life next to his own. And what he seen has changed. This is bear brook update. Number two conversation with Eric rest news. I'm jason. as you can hear me. Okay. And everything I can't. Okay. Great. I think a few weeks ago, Eric, and I sat down to talk about what this story has been for him. I started by asking him about the Davis all began for him. Remember like Diane, Eric grew up not knowing all that much about as father as far as he knew. He was just a deadbeat dad who left him when he was five years old since then Eric grew up joined the Marine Corps than the army had some kids got married and divorced if you times then in two thousand seventeen four decades after he last saw his dad Eric got a phone call from the New Hampshire state police. I mean, it was very surreal. I mean, it's it's it was you know, you just you can't. It's nothing life for pairs you for a phone call like that. I mean, it's just I guess the only way I really dealt with that first moments. Was that it it just wasn't true. Eric says it didn't fully sink in until later when the detective sent him an Email with some more information about the case it really became real. When I clicked on the link to the interview that he did in California. And I heard his voice. Talk any more about Zunes or my problems because you're not my priest entered on my boxer. That's when it really became a hundred percent real for me is I heard that voice. I'm from the past that it's hard to explain, you know. I guess the closest I could put it and forgive me. If I go off on a tangent here is when I was in Desert Storm, we had been across the Kuwaiti border for about a day, and we were moving towards Kuwait City, and we had camp for the night, basically with bunch of tanks laid out, and we were digging foxholes, and there was machine gunfire that starts up, and then all the sudden there's this call of gas because missile had landed and my gas masks when it seal. And the sheer terror of that of of. Of your mascots ceiling. You're you think you're going to die. You're you're starting to panic somewhat. And you're trying to keep cool at the same time. And just that feeling that builds up, and you of all this stress anxiety this terror. And that's what I felt when I heard it. Choice. Let's go to that phone call with catheters. Any questions for you? He he has me what I remembered about my father. You know, what did you tell them? I told them the two prominent memories, I have my father. I I remember. When he came to visit us in zone after my mother had left him. Just a reminder. This is the unexpected visit that Terry rescues in made sometime in nineteen seventy five or seventy six it was the last time his family som- Terry had with him an unidentified woman who investigators believe may be another victim. And I remember him being with a brunette woman. You know, I remember that. I remember him not saying much. He said something to my mother, and that he kind of looked at us, but you know. I'm a father myself. And you know, the first thing you do when you when you when you contact your children after not seeing them for a while as you wanna physically be there for him. And he just didn't seem to hold that connection. The other memory, Eric has of his father is something that Diane also mentioned to me, she said, it was the moment that finally convinced their mother to leave Terry. I remember the day that he he burned me with cigarettes. I don't remember it was one or two, but I remember feeling burnt, and I remember crying, you know. And I just remember the look he gave me it just.

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