11 Burst results for "Brooke Smith"

"brooke smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Finland Sweden moving closer to joining NATO as Russia's invasion of Ukraine drags on and on for that another global news Let's bring back our own Denise Pellegrini Denise Yeah that's right Kathleen Finland's prime minister is now joining with the country's president and saying the country intends to apply for NATO membership soon Prime minister sana marine speaking in Helsinki Our interest is that the ratification process would be a short as possible and it would go very smoothly And Marin also says the Finnish parliament is expected to endorse this decision in a few days In Sweden meantime the governing Social Democratic Party is backing joining NATO Swedish prime minister magdalena Anderson pushing for this in Stockholm today Today the Social Democratic Party has concluded that Sweden should join NATO And Anderson says the plan to join NATO will be discussed in parliament That could start in just a few hours Shanghai as we've been talking about is emerging from COVID lockdown mode This is day two now of no known new cases of community spread of COVID in Shanghai The only case is detected in Shanghai or in quarantine and grocery stores barbershops among the places reopening no dining in restaurants yet there though as far as we can tell that has to be take out for now North Korea is Kim Jong-un is blaming irresponsible officials for the country's COVID outbreak according to KCNA Meantime South Korea's leader Yun is offering to send North Korea COVID vaccines and medicine There is no response though that we know about yet In New York governor Kathy hulk calling for gun control after a gunman killed ten people in Buffalo and injured several others today Let our city let Buffalo New York be the last city where acts of violence like this ever occur And huckel speaking after investigators said the 18 year old gunman set out to kill as many black people as possible in what they say is being investigated as a racially motivated violent extremist attack And high profile whistleblower has died This is Val brok Smith he leaked secret files to FBI investigators looking at Deutsche Bank and money laundering Brooke Smith shared his dead stepfather's passwords with investigators to reveal the bank's role he hoped and money laundering and other dealings with Russia and the Trump organization His dad worked at Deutsche Bank and Val brook Smith died mysteriously in Los Angeles He was 46 Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the newsroom I'm Denise Pellegrini This is Bloomberg Denise thanks Let's get to global sports with Dan Schwartzman.

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"brooke smith" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Wow, wow, favorite. All right, so similar spread for duke Miami. I leaned the canes, but nothing special. I just don't think this duke team is that great. Obviously they have two elite players who are going to be top picks in the draft and they came out of the gates shooting lights out, but then rest. And Syracuse hit huge shots yesterday, but getting nearly ten with Miami, I think I have to take it. Yeah, listen, Miami's covered their last two games against you. I'm not surprised here. Charlie Moore, you know, he's great. Miami has great wing players as well. There's 7 and two against the spread as a dog, their last 9 games. And I would imagine, I mean, I don't know about you. I was watching the duke UNC game, you know, coach K's last game, like how do you recover from that? That's such a huge disappointment dog. You let down. Even coach K said, this was unacceptable. And then of course, after if you did watch the post game festivities, you know, he did say like, you know, I'm disappointed, but I still love you guys. But still, I think for like an 18 or 19 year old, I think that's a really huge hurdle to get over. So I do like Miami with the points here. I'm with you. I'm on your side. Yeah, no, it's probably my least conviction, but I wanted to touch on that. Because it's a big game. Now, before that, one of the ones I like, I have two plays I really like in college. One of them is Arkansas minus three three and a half against LSU. I don't think much of this Tiger squad. I really believe in muscle bin. The razorbacks have been so strong down the stretch. I like them at plus 7 58 to one to win the tournament just because the bracket Tennessee and Kentucky's on the other side so they would have to play them in the championship game. I just love what the must bus is done down the stretch here and you know I'll lay the points against Tennessee, which I don't or excuse me against LSU, which I don't love. Do you have any opinion in that game where we'll keep it going? No, I don't have anything that game. I do like Mississippi state tonight over Tennessee. Okay. And what's the line there? I don't have it in front of me. Plus 7. Okay. As we beat South Carolina, 73 to 51, they held them Doug, they held him to 28% shooting. So great defense, there are strong rebounding team there in 22nd in college basketball, you know, Brooke Smith, Jeffries. I think they're going to be strong there. And Tennessee, they're bigs just don't do it for me. So I really do like Mississippi getting the points. Mississippi state getting the points. All right, and one game I'm definitely going to be on tomorrow is the under the mountain west championship game historically, these teams just like battle it out over days and that last championship game, it just comes into a snail fest. I'm actually going to probably do it tonight in the San Diego state Colorado state game. Buck 25 is the total. I'm going to play that under two, but I'm really excited about the one on Saturday just because the way this tournament usually unfolds. It's just usually a total total brick fest, if you will, the legs are shot by time Saturday afternoon rolls around historically when the championship game is. Okay, that'll do it. We got golf late delay, obviously. So maybe we'll have some plays on the show for like, you know, just the way the rounds end and the timing of everything, but just really quick Doug, and just a touch on the golf that people need to realize. Like weather conditions down in Florida are just absolutely horrific. As we know, we had to stoppage a pause yesterday. So what's happening now is the golfers that are playing right now are finishing up their first round and then they immediately have to play their second round, which means the golfers who had the favorable weather conditions at the start that started in the morning on Thursday are realistically dug aren't and again, this is all I don't pretend to be a meteorologist, right? Like we're just I'm just I'm anticipating whether conditions. So what's interesting is, you know, the golfers who had favorable weather conditions to start the morning on Thursday, more than likely are not going to play their second round until Saturday. Because they're expecting more stoppage today because of the weather. And Saturday is when the winds are supposed to pick up. So just so just keep that in mind. So take a look at what the odds are out there and if there's a golfer out there that's doing well and there's some really favorable odds who it's a golfer who's finishing up their first round right now and will play their second round today, those golfers have advantage right now because of the expected weather conditions. Interesting. Okay, so I'm going to keep in mind the live betting things along those lines. All right, that's going to do it for this edition of the daily wager podcast daily wager linear TV like it always is 6 eastern ESPN2 will catch you later this evening..

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"brooke smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:57 min | 11 months ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg law I divided Supreme Court rejects a religious challenge a little about the facts of the case Peter views with prominent attorneys in Bloomberg legal experts I guess his former federal prosecutor Jimmy Carole joining me is Bloomberg law reporter Jordan Rubin And analysis of important legal issues cases and headlines The Supreme Court takes on state secrets multiple lawsuits were filed against the emergency rule Is this lawsuit for real Bloomberg law with June Grasso From Bloomberg radio Welcome to the Bloomberg wall show I'm Jim Rosso ahead in this hour The Supreme Court will decide whether thousands of immigrants can remain in detention indefinitely And 2022 in judicial nominations President Joe Biden beat out every president since Ronald Reagan in getting judges confirmed in his first year and Biden helped to diversify the bench with his nominees 20 were black 14 were Hispanic or Latino 13 were Asian American and Pacific Islander and three were Native American But the road to confirmations may be more difficult this year Joining me is professor Carl Tobias of the university of Richmond law school So first of all tell us what Joe Biden accomplished with his judicial confirmations in 2021 Well he hide Ronald Reagan's record for the first year of a presidency because Biden confirmed 40 appellate and district judges 11 for the appeals courts 29 for the district court And you have to go back to the time of Reagan to see anyone who came close to that And easily surpassed the number whom Trump nominated and confirmed in 2017 So it was very successful And the nominees who were confirmed and the nominees themselves were very diverse in terms of ethnicity gender sexual orientation experience and ideology and all of that is critically important for the federal judiciary So some groups are complaining that there should be more Hispanics on the bench and nominees who are disabled or who have a background in disability law Are you getting the best candidate possible when you're looking to change the diversity on the bench Well the credit on which kind of diversity you're talking about but the types of diversity which Biden has promoted I think are important to have a judiciary that reflects the country gives more confidence to citizens in the federal courts when it reflects America limits prejudice against people who might experience dissemination federal courts And so all of that is valuable and also means you'll have a better decision And so everyone has a different mission of what qualified person is for the federal bench But certainly all of Biden's nominees and companies have been highly qualified and I think something like 8 90% of the highest American bar association ratings There's a vacancy on the Philadelphia circuit court That'll give Biden a chance to flip that circuit Yes Brooke Smith who was the chief judge of the court recently assuming senior status And he was appointed by Republican president And so that means when his seat is still that court will flip back if you will to a majority appointed by democratic presidents How many other circuits has Biden managed to flip back in a year The other I think was the second because a Vermont judge Peter hall resigned and then die a week later But he had been appointed by Republican president And so that meant killing his seat with judge Robinson meant that that court flipped back Trump had managed to appoint enough people that there was a majority appointed by Republican president but it flipped back to Democrats with replacement overall So how important is that flipping of the circuits when the panels are composed of three judges and so it depends on the luck of the draw for that It does and you also have to remember on bonk review by majority of judges and active service and so the second subject rarely takes up on bonds but other courts are quite active on that front But you're correct I mean they're supposed to be random draws for three judgments And it's somewhat of a recruit measure to talk about who the appointing president was But generally I think when it's a Republican the nominees and appointees are more conservative and when is a Democrat the point is in nominees are more moderate than sometimes with them So tell us a little about the 6th circuit nominee who's facing opposition from the Republican senators Andre Mathis is a nominee for the 6 circuit He's highly qualified He's a longtime commercial litigator but has done a fair amount of criminal litigation as well And was nominated recently by the president the home state senators from Tennessee senator Blackburn He sits on judiciary committee and senator hagerty said they weren't consulted enough by The White House in terms of whether they agreed to that nomination And the president did go forward and nominate Mathis but The White House and the council's office you have responsibility for that said that there was considerable consultation with the home state senators So maybe that's Blackburn We'll bring that up in the hearing Coming up next will the confirmation process be more uphill in year two This is Bloomberg The market.

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"brooke smith" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"Yeah brooke smith is. She's working actress. She's doing her thing. And it's all because of american girl and calling clery darling fucking bitch for leaving her in that fucking well yeah. I think we'll find a way to bring her back on this podcast. I feel like brooke smith. Darkhorse of matrons like you know who. I'm rooting for brooks. Yeah we'll find a way to bring her back on this podcast. And maybe even a cassie lemons. Maybe that could be fun to all right. So that's i think that's a fun. Investment is alright scary. Kind of dictates the movies. We're gonna talk about because they're scary but after that it's really kind of an open canvas and so you know. Maybe that's what we do. Is we look at some of our our you know maybe underrepresented matron alums and see how we can expand their catalog right. I mean we could do candyman next year. Yeah yeah and it's chicago. Which chicago i love that movie. I love that movie so much. I love the score I love janssen. yeah. I love I cannot wait to see the remake because it takes what candyman was trying to say in the nineties and now is saying in in twenty twenty. One it's i i. Yeah i just cannot wait to see a and i'm waiting for it to be rentable So and also. I don't wanna watch it alone right. So yeah yeah because rian stuff eldest who scared yeah elegance way too scared. He just hides under the blanket. Yeah yeah little tail. Yeah very sweet but anyway sound lambs. This has been really fun. This has been so fun. I- revisiting this. I was like god this movie. This fucking move is good as everybody says. It's so if you have not watch this movie in a while it is worth revisit. I can't believe how good it is and like. I also need validation. That like scott glen. I understand if no one wants to agree with mainland's and as bishop and aliens but scott glen..

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"brooke smith" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"I mean this could be the cover of like a gang movie you know. It's just like this one lady's rounded by these dudes and she fucking owns them. Which i love you. Just get outta here. We need to be with her. You know you're doing the right thing. Just leave good for her. Yeah just little jodie foster. Judy forced to thirty four. Thirty four. so do you want to talk about cassi lemons. Now no i wanna you don't wanna save. Okay i do. I want to talk about brooks will eternally be katherine brooke smith anytime. See her in anything. When we didn't in her shoes i was like. Oh my god tony. Don't get too attached to her. She's gonna help a guy with a couch with a van. And it's gonna be all down the well from there. I you know she. What's heartbreaking about that scene. First of all that you know it's going to happen but also that the cat is in the window. Little watcher cheaper just helplessly watching no. He's hungry because she's coming home. She's like oh yes. Come on give me that. Fancy feast and so i mean the only upside is. I'm sure that once. They figured out she was missing. Somebody went to her apartment. Took care a little cheaper for sure. Should be fine. But i am now by the end. She's got princess so this princess cheaper and cheaper absolutely. Yeah so. I fell in love with brooke throughout the movie. Obviously when you know well. I'll get to that in a second but the first scene. She's singing along to an american girl. I love love this car scene. They didn't necessarily need it. She is belting her brains out. She's like trying the harmony. She's doing the backup she. Hasn't this great riff. And i was like. Oh oh okay. Say nothing of that hair. That great hair hair. That scene i. I love that scene. I love that song. And i know you probably hate that song. I love that song. And she the riff that she puts in see. It's god i'm so into that scene. I just heard tom petty. And i just went into a few y- having your eyes out. Yeah you're shoving moths in your mouth..

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"brooke smith" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

RADCast Outdoors

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

"Like this really solves a problem that i have as a bow hunter. When i'm in your hands kind. Use their hands for something. Whether it's a chair. I can walk in and now it's so it's it's pretty cool. I mean we've put them on tracked. Wheelchairs we've put him on regular wheelchairs. We've put them on in guys missing limbs we've put them on headrest trucks for it's just it's cool to see and so would you gotta plug in most spiders service and they are. They are cool. But we're gonna keep doing some of that kind of stuff and hopefully i don't. I don't have any ambitions of starting a boho. Bo spider hunting camp. But maybe we could help you guys years a little league. We'd love to have you come to. It's a i- kudos for doing it. 'cause it's i know there's a lot of. There's a lot of behind the scenes. A lot of late nights to get prepped and ready for just from the outfitting side of you know you got hunters coming to camp and all the things that have to get done before they come. And they're they're paying thousands of dollars most cases that come on for a week. These these ladies are not getting charged thousands of dollars to come the ladies kampfer week. So i know there's a lot a lot of love and a lot of volunteer. That goes behind it is. It's been great. You know like say we got the four camps at the two. There's going to be to cancer. Just the regular camps were the basics. Thin have that advanced long range rifle camp whether and shared in and the other one is a youth youth in self-defense. Doing that This year we're just gonna do the long range trifle And advanced rifle last year. We did self self-defense. We did advanced pistol in self defense and in self defense with a pistol with circles and that was totally amazing. When you do our tree. All of altered compelled. That would be awesome if somebody wanted to get a hold or i mean maybe donate or support. How do they what who. Who do they need to get a hold of. And how do they get hold of them. Yeah say you can just The website is just ladies. Hunting dot com. And that's probably the easiest way to shoot me an email and then i will contact you right back Or that's probably the easiest. If i give you the email address it probably won't go over so just ladies hunting dot com. I mean it. It's kind of the name says it ladies hunting camp. It's it's an all inclusive how to pitch a tent how to skin an analytical start a fire how to you know these are things two hundred years ago. We didn't have to learn because everybody lived in a tent at least out here. So it's If it's a it's a fun time i'd like i say yeah. Check it out on the website and on get involved and candy message for him on social media where on instagram and facebook so just leave hunting camp perfect. Well i'm gonna make sure that we get the rest of it covered. And i think i wanna thank you guys for coming it. Oh it's been spent exciting to have you here. We're going to have to go eat a little bit of. I'm sure it's something wild game you know. The wife's in their cooking with some high mountain seasonings honda with high mountain seasoning has been really really good with us. You know that's a standing company. That has a great record and they have some great products. Do when we're packing in hunting. And i'm not gonna say that just because i'm sitting here with you but i don't go by any of the package stuff. I make it all myself and all the seasoning uses mountain seasoning from the me to the tomatoes to the watermelon. Whatever we take it all in ourselves and nuts it's good and healthy and it's i mean i'm i'm not going to go through their whole line up but whether you're a fisher or a big game hunter or just a weekend barbecuer for everybody for every dish and they're they're good. Usa made company. So that's why you know. When patrick and i started the podcast i really didn't want to be commercialising. It and just trying to get any and every sponsor is like no let's get. Let's get sponsors. That are you know companies. We wanna work with comprehensive product. We believe in. And that's just it's it's part of that whole atmosphere of that's kind of what we've done ladies camp to you know we like have quality people to work with the work with us and the sponsorships staff and it's been great. You know because we have loophole weather. Being bench made knife company and traegergrills and You know post like the x. And they believe in what we're doing what we do one of the things that i always tell them as if they sponsor even on a lower level if they have someone that works in their company. That doesn't hunt for instance. The first time that we asked loophole to attend the camp. I said just send someone. If they don't know how to hunt she goes. Oh my gosh. I have this lady. That just doesn't understand it and it's really hard for her to understand when make the product so we do. Because she's never hunted. So i said senator free of chart to sender and boom. They were in because now. She's an avid hunter. And whether it be did the same and lots of them have done the same on to the same. They sent three ladies two years ago three years ago. I can't remember because kinda mess outta but the thing to the hemingway. We kind of touched on this but to really put it in perspective is hunting is a dying tradition. If we don't start passing on if we don't really show people because we are the minority if the majority tomorrow decided that we weren't going to do this anymore on this continent it would be gone. But it's like we talked about being in we can. We can go through the science and the data and or the emotional lashed but it all boils down to this. Activity is is beyond is not a hobby. It's not a sport it mean. It's a way of life dancing and so we definitely need to promote it and preserve it and protect it. And i'm glad to see you guys taking a lifetime of experience. Kind of just. Disseminating it into a consumable product in ladies. Hunting camp right. That's that's what it is and kind of passing the tradition on of. Why do we do this. You know you just touched on wall. Somebody doesn't understand that why they're doing what they're doing and why. These sportsmen are willing to spend hard earned dollars on a good usa made product will in hawaii. I could tell you this was told to me a long long time ago. By an old rancher in eastern oregon. I showed up without any binoculars from my very first bow hunt. I was fourteen randy ahead a pse nova junior with a single composite limbs and aircraft cable for strings right. That's just the way they beta back that little little tidy round wheel at. I didn't have any binoculars. And he told me. Gruff hold rancher. He said you know if you're a rifle hunter without a pair of binoculars. You're half hunter. If your bow hunter without a pair of noculars you're not really a hunter at all your bubble right by bubble little. I mean my bow had a max of. I think i had a thirty. Pin was my bottom pin twenty. There was significant arc. From what i shot to the bail. At thirty eight didn't stick very far in the bail. And i don't think i had a whole lot of success but those initial trips bow hunting over there eastern oregon for a week just sleep out in the stars and getting up and watching sunrises and seeing animals close i can't i can't replace it and i can't put it into words to describe how instrumental impactful. It was on a young man. Right right because i was raised pretty urban. Let's i'm not gonna lie. I'm not going to sugarcoat it now. Not urban anymore not even close but but like you touched on there As far as it doesn't even it's not even about the hunt. We have one little gal. And i've known him forever brooke smith she's amazing And she came to ladies hunting camp. Let's first or second year. She worked for les schwab and drove the trucks and the very first year she had to. I didn't even notice because i was so busy. Checking ladies and and getting them going. There was about four or five ladies that came that were pulling trailers and they didn't know how to back them up so she taught him and every year since then she's come back and she teaches how to back your trailer class but she has hunted the same as i did basically on a ranch on hasn't had a ton of success and she started a blog the very first year. That's called more than a hunt. I think that's the name of hope. I'm not messing that up. That lady is so amazing. She'd never shot archery and she learned archery The first year at ladies hunting and the next year. What was the one she won. She won a national championship for the archery town. Total airdrie challenge. I mean she's an amazing woman but in her blog talks about you know. She went elk hunting for two weeks and she saw one. Elkin was not within range but every day she talked about everything that she saw the sun. Rise probably five million of sunrises. Because they're all you know there are inspiring your gorgeous and posted one on both spiders instagram. This week it was. You can't and and the photo known you can't but it's the little things you see all day long and and her blog is amazing so check it out brooke smith more than hunt and but i think that's it and i think that's why the women are going crazy. It's not just about the harvest. That's the ultimate goal ultimate goal. And and if you to invite me camping and say we're gonna go hike a peak and take a picture. I'm i'm mildly intrigued. If it's off season. And i'm caught up sure right but if you're going to invite me to camp right and stick a tag in my pocket even if it's a unit that has almost no chance of success all hike that same trail camp in that same spot hike to the same peak. Take the same picture of whatever we were going to take. And then i'm gonna stand there and look around and actually immerse myself in nature instead. Turn back and go back to camp in we're done absolutely and there's there's a deeper level of connection with nature versus a one come camping for the week. It's a hunting camp and camping or two different things. And it's not you were just getting to the point of it's not about the was the harvest right now at the core it is. I mean we. We all want the meat and we all want to be my barometer again. Helpful is the freezer. I'm still gonna go. I'm still going to have fun to freezers empty. Well we better be working on felony. The freezer's full you know what. I'm just going to enjoy that. That small heard with that small little satellite and wait for a different one share. -solutely good times are randy and candy. I think that's been a it's really been. I'm glad you took the time out of your hunt to come come by and share ladies hunting camp and share your experience here in wyoming and i hope you come back soon at us for sure.

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"brooke smith" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"What brooke smith did for the right rocketship launchpad are lp stable and One of those three. That brooke smith claimed that the spring per hundred thousand out of the same race ran back and was virtually eased. it was the horse. That enron enron last In that in that race. We're talking about packing. June something which really turned heads. But i didn't know that That had happened in the last race. I find that it's probably not for me today. Yeah there you go so see what. See what gives and you had the one maiden race at it's funny Clark brewster had a little bit of a quiet summer for him at saratoga And here he is opening opening afternoon at at churchill and that coburn coming off the the saratoga debut drew the rail and these partnered with the howling brought in this. Not this time colt and he won. Well i thought yesterday. Yeah i did. I think my brother horse and that horse in the in the early five. But unfortunately i didn't hit the opening leg with the red hot cherie bo who paid six forty or something. So i was four out of five and and Had a nice price in there. I think came back about eight sixty or something for the fifty cents but That horse i steve kind of tattered him on the in house. Churchill show the with an interview with the derosa. Just he's a fast or he needed that race more or less than boom When when it came time to run down the lane he did so Yet another good-looking youngster for steve. Asmussen well and i'm going to have to could have to dig into this horse. When i get a chance that damn in a jif by saintly look This one hundred and fifty thousand dollars two year old purchase by by clark and the highly eighty two buyer mart. I just pulled it up. Nine male mary absolutely and and these talk about red hot. Brian lynch who saved all his best runners for the end of Saratoga then turned around and had a A terrific Weekend at kentucky downs..

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"brooke smith" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Just everyone. I'm realizing it's very specific to this industry. And and maybe this podcast keep asking people what it was like working on these individual projects that they've worked on so now in a place. Now where i i'm. I'm so distant from the tv shows that. I'm watching. where if i see someone like running up a fight steers on a show. My first thought is god. That character has to get up the stairs. My first thought is actually. How many times do you have to do that. How many times that actor have to take those stairs. Two at a time because that looks exhausting. So it's taken me out of it a little bit. Because i've been i've been going. I do a lot of homework for my as you clearly do too. I do a lot of homework before these interviews. And i watch end up watching so many cop shows if you're interviewing character actors. Ask me anything about bosch. He's gotta did mom. He's trying to solve the case. I watch and bracelet. Yes and he hated the roses sleeves up show tattoos and the the the upper echelon cops don't like the boss has tattoos but which interview where you watch bosch for. I was watching bosch for spencer garrett. I was watching bosch for brooke smith. I was watching bosh for a third one. That's escaped my mind. Bosch has employed a ton of my cats because again. It's a cop show that needs interesting. People read shoots here in l. a. Know they don't shoot a new yorker atlanta so vancouver. God help you. So it's all local character actors on that show. There's a few. There's a few on my must book lists if it wasn't for the fact that he was number one on the show titled be fantastic. I'm hesitant he might still be outta these household name. I don't know you would either of your parents know who had as well over is. I don't think so all right. But i don't think that they would know. Yeah adam reveal on your must book list or is that private no. I'll put it out there. Because i'm trying to like the word out that these are people. I'm hunting down. There's an acronym. Bill camp bill camp taught taught the young girl how to play chess in queen's gambit and before that he was on the night of he shows up in used to work a ton in boston because he was at the american repertory theater. He's up there. Bob man an from all that christopher guest movies and he also services jon voight in midnight cowboy in a very famous scene. Keith david c. C. h. pounder. I wanna get beady wong. I lom. I'd love to get going through my sharon agent with ming-na now win. I'm trying to get her in on this but also like being surprised..

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"brooke smith" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Even those scientists who have been working in this field were blown away by some of the stuff so they continue to wanna work with me. I have an incredible astrophysicists from harvard. Rudy shield You know he thanked god. He was a friend of john mac and so at harvard so he was very open already. He stumbled on all this ufo stuff. And you know sti- abilities through john so that's why he was already very open and so i wanted to include him because he's brilliant the way he he understands the universe and now seem time Kind of merge the two. You know the understanding of the universe with The potential of human consciousness. He was also very good. Friend with Edgar mitchell the astronaut who also founded ions at the time. and so. that's how those guys came about. They were already open very interested. No one had ever done anything like this before in a film format so they wanted to participate. And that's the signs. I hope i didn't forget anybody but But for the past it was actually just through friends and we did go through casting but It ended up being just whoever felt that they would be willing and open to to trying something like this on camera and they ended up being amazing actually So we have an actress. Rachel brooke smith and corey feldman. You know so through friendship through friends and through casting folks That's how they came about. Because i mean at the end of the day i could do this for years and years. But what's the point. The point is not that i can do. The point is that anybody can do it. Anybody can walk hand we can show them how to move an object their mind and then they can do it. And so that's why. I wanted to include as many people as i could think of was certain anybody in the cast not the scientists but the cast itself that surprise themself and then even you were surprised what they got out of it or they're Results yeah. Rachel was the most mind-blowing on say because When we did the the remote viewing she had never done anything like this before like she had no idea what remote viewing was actually and so i said well maybe like the david for film acid. Well maybe you should read a little bit about it so so you have an idea but she walked in and in fact we shot that scene in utah and Because we had other things there and so she flew from california to utah like the night before eleven. Piano and the next day she came directly to set So she didn't. What i'm saying is she didn't really know even though you have an idea what utah looks like. But where we were she would. She didn't really know what the environment look like. Or anything and so we went directly to sat. and we're filming and basically the experiment was Mehan a couple of other crewmembers. We were gonna go somewhere remotely and she was going to try to see what we were doing. That's remote viewing and so through. Whatever shapes colors textures that we were coming in contact with and so paul smith will you know who is Who worked miss target program or muggings. Stargate program in the government..

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"brooke smith" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"brooke smith" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The gill terry makes we know. This rule is a fair. Compromise is in the best interest of the industry and it just feels like this was so much more orderly and professional terms of the way it was addressed and being inclusive than fared. Everybody those that are riding horses for a living. Yeah important to have them involved so good. Good job i think. Everybody seems pleased. Everybody seemed pleased with their purchases. And the way things went For the most part at santa anita yesterday the sale to wrap up the two year. Old's your top knocked down two hundred fifty thousand for a tis now philly bred by tolo thoroughbreds and art tanaka bike racing consigned and spendthrift bought. Two fifty west point went to one. Fifty five for the mcclain's music philly. That was the second highest price. This was Meribel product consigned by mccarthy bloodstock and the top colt hundred and fifty thousand From a coffee pot mayor street boss Out of parading lady havens bloodstock consigned and peter miller bought so that was The top line results. And i'm just looking for totals not that There's that much to compare it to You know you heard. When boyd was with us on tuesday you heard boyd was and he was quoted as saying uses a little disappointed about the size of the offerings etc But i think they're you know as he said he committed to california china gird things up so there you go to your two year old in training sale season officially over now right Couple of other notes stick powell's gonna join us actually in case. Why don't we reach for dick. Get him in here. providing. Some some news tidbits as we go It looks like everybody was pretty successful yesterday with their ticket. Inquiries and desires tickets for sarah toga. And and even and even beyond the tickets are our our friend. Susan lucci and a family. They're gonna come up and they were. They were hoping That they could get some information and and the the office despite being fit office customer service despite being buried yesterday they got back in the so well done on that front but as patent mckenna told you yesterday there was just you know not not an easy day to day to call Customer service when tickets go on sale. But i didn't. I didn't see any. I don't think i saw anybody complain about Wait times or you know being turned away etc. So i i can't tell there's just nothing but a eagerness for july sixteenth roll around And also i didn't bring up with. I should have brought up with pat yesterday The meat hasn't even begun and They already they already announced around of A a person increases persons or persons. Are crazy strong Open stakes went from one hundred. One twenty made specials from ninety thousand to one hundred state. Bread went from eighty to eighty five Optional claiming type things Hundred and ten thousand non winners a two hundred and five thousand nine winners a three one hundred and ten thousand nine hundred of two hundred and five hundred and ten one hundred and five and non winners of one hundred three thousand dollars unbelievable state bread non winters two at the forty five level. Run for ninety five thousand dollars and non winners of one other than up to ninety thousand. Unbelievable me really. Strong numbers so outstanding. I want to mention too. I think i hear deck We talked about that That story that that Mardi mcgeehan tomorrow tomorrow. At ten marty had tweeted a couple of tweets about books smith. The guy that had bought those three the three hundred thousand dollar claims on saturday and Beyond burke smith you know jumping in with both feet. He's also enrolled those horses. It's the backside learning center purses for a purpose program which designates percentages of the earnings To the learning center and yeah we talk very often about an house and what it represents ear new york while the backside learning center also a big success story at churchill and provides the same kind of services day care and education services For children of backside workers so good. Luck jeff hiles and We'll have to get marty. You know what marty tomorrow going to put this on the side and we'll let marty Tell you a little bit more about about brooke smith because he apparently is known for a long time and finally You may have seen saw that Read the low. Sold golden bough. The breeders cup juvenile turf sprint winner to coolmore. And and they must have they have made him a a proverbial offer he couldn't refuse. I think they. I think they put a number in front of In front of Read alot. That could not be could not be refused. So hey you gotta take money off the table. Right and low has been. He's been in the game for quite a while so that it doesn't hurt to yeah to pay for a few of the things that don't go right dick powell standing by decca morning. Good morning how you excellent excellent streaking. Streaking toward the mid season break. I just hours away now tomorrow and a couple of hours today I will admit freely to looking forward to being away a week. Oh you got absolutely have to recharge the batteries yellowtail yourself. I just you know you you even though we didn't do as much travel as normal A lot of times we get to this point in the first half of the year. And you know it's partially about getting you know getting fresh for the summer in certainly. Certainly it's going to be an intense summer around here as we've we've been discussing But this let let's. Let's call spe spain. This has been a pretty arduous Triple crown season. Let the let the very very least.

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Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure

"Joe Seventy National Park has been closed for nearly three months because of stay at home orders but today the park is reopening in a limited way Cap Radios Ezra. David Romero reports that the closure has had a huge effect on nearby businesses. On the way into Yosemite National Park from Fresno sits the Yosemite Sugar Pine Mountain Railroad, which shut down with the rest of California in March Scott. mcghee runs the operation. We lost every single tour group and school group that we had coming up here. Yosemite is opening with a lot of restrictions. Only about half of the average June visitors are allowed in, and they must make online reservation for each car in advance, Jamie Richards Yosemite spokesperson. We're going to be monitoring condition daily. We're GONNA make adjustments as needed and we're going to work to maintain safe conditions for visitors. Only two campgrounds are open in the larger one. One is operating at just fifty percent of capacity. Other campsites are closed due to staffing Richard says she's interested in seeing how the animals in the park respond again the people we've seen a lot of bears out in active we will see when the park reopens. How the animals continue to reopen adapt to visitors coming back last year, visitors spent more than one point seven billion dollars in the four California counties that surround the Park Brooke. Smith with visit Yosemite Madera. County says that could drop by as much as half this year between fires in government shutdowns. This is definitely the longest we've ever gone with you Ashleigh. Up when she first heard, the park was opening Amy George and her husband Kyle Mon- Holland from Davis. California rushed to book a few day passes. I was drinking coffee I'm like I'm just GonNa. See and says I go. July twenty second has day passes Great. That's our twentieth anniversary. The pair of teachers spent their honeymoon in Yosemite. George has visited the park since childhood and the reservation system has long term effects. Maybe this'll lessen the impact that humans have had on the environment on Yosemite. George hopes unlimited spaces. Don't discourage people from trying to make it to the park. She wants everyone to enjoy Yosemite like she always has for NPR. News I'm as David Romero in

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