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Fresh update on "brooks" discussed on AP News Radio
"Grayson Allen shot 7 of 10 from 3.range and scored 26 points as the Grizzlies down the box 128115 Memphis took the lead for good with 502 left in the first quarter during a 10 run that included 6 points from Desmond bane the Grizzlies snap the Bucks 3 game winning streak by shooting 55 percent from the floor Dillon Brooks had 21 points for Memphis which is open at 7 game road trip with consecutive wins Yanis intent to Cooper at 28 points 11 rebounds and 8 assists for Milwaukee I'm Dave Ferrie
Grizzlies top Bucks 128-115 as they start fast on long trip
"Grayson Allen shot seven of ten from three point range and scored twenty six points as the Grizzlies down the box one twenty eight one fifteen Memphis took the lead for good with five oh two left in the first quarter during a ten run that included six points from Desmond bane the Grizzlies snap the Bucks three game winning streak by shooting fifty five percent from the floor Dillon Brooks had twenty one points for Memphis which is open at seven game road trip with consecutive wins Yanis intent to Cooper at twenty eight points eleven rebounds and eight assists for Milwaukee I'm Dave Ferrie
Giannis returns, Bucks cool off surging Hawks 120-109
"Yeah this intent to Cooper was among seven Bucks to score in double figures in a one twenty one oh nine win over the hawks the NBA's two time reigning MVP played twenty five minutes and delivered fifteen points on seven of twelve shooting to go with five rebounds three steals two assists and a block it was his first action since missing six straight with a sore left knee true holiday led Milwaukee score sheet with twenty three points while brook Lopez provided nineteen with twelve rebounds blocked in Baghdad of extreme six three pointers and had a game high twenty eight points but the hawks lost for only the fifth time in twenty two games since Nate McMillan became head coach I'm Dave Ferrie
Middleton leads Bucks in 130-105 breeze by Timberwolves
"Khris Middleton had twenty seven points eight rebounds and seven assists to just three quarters has the Bucks breezed to a one thirty one oh five blowout over the Timberwolves user a great after all around just a few courts and just a month later I wake UP on this end going after those loose balls got them on the on the floor brook Lopez added eighteen points and eight rebounds for the box who built a thirty point lead early in the fourth quarter on the way to their second consecutive blowout the bucs play their sixth straight game without two time reigning MVP Jana said tentacle poll because of left knee soreness if it were scored twenty four points on five of eleven shooting from three point range for the Timberwolves who have lost eleven of fifteen I'm the ferry
Brooks Jensen: When Does It Become Art
"This. Last weekend i was involved in a panel discussion about the question about whether or not we are photographers or artists. And of course on the surface this is kind of just a question of semantics which doesn't really lead anywhere. it certainly not going to change the way any of us work how we decide whether or not we're a photographer and artist. But i think there is an aspect of this discussion. That's worth considering that. I'd like to propose as a bit of a thought experiment for today's podcast. And the reason i think this is interesting is because it can help our thinking about what it is that we do. So here's the thought experiment. Imagine that you point your camera at something and you click the shutter now. Wouldn't it be lovely if that resulted in a perfect print. That was a perfect expression of our creative vision but of course it almost never does every once in a while we might get lucky but most of the time ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of the time anyway in my life An image requires some post processing. Maybe some cropping dodging and burning color shift that goes on and on and particularly in the digital world. There's so many ways we can manipulate an image in post processing well if what we captured with. The camera is not art because it's just a picture and requires post processing and somewhere along the way we do. A bunch of post processing somewhere that image must pass through some sort of a psychological barrier and it gets converted in our thinking anyway from merely raw materials as a picture to an expression of art
Episode 77 The Death of Alonzo Brooks and The Haunted Island of Poveglia - burst 02
"Not their normal crowd. They're being the group of friends that went down there because they're basically from the suburbs and gardner and they describe most of those There to be tight knit group of what they describe as cowboys. I mean can figure that part out break. I don't know why. But the town in footloose comes to my visualizing the whole the whole setup and then when he dances through that whole thing. That's hilarious the same this all. That's funny so the friends described theirselves. As i don't see color garden variety kind of people but apparently the people in this town do see color and the n. Word definitely was hurt and relations alonzo that night.
Knicks rally late, snap Grizzlies' 4-game win streak in OT
"R. J. Barrett during the tie breaking three pointer with at one fifteen left in overtime and finished with twenty points as the Knicks ended the Grizzlies four game winning streak one thirty three one twenty nine Alec Burks had nine of his nineteen in O. T. and Julius Randle recover from a scoreless first half to finish with fifteen points eleven assists and ten rebounds his fifth triple double of the season John Moran scored twenty six points and Dillon Brooks at twenty three for the Grizzlies who were trying to complete a perfect four game road trip to the Eastern Conference the wind keeps the next one game behind the Celtics for seventh place in the east I'm Dave Ferrie
The Latest: Rose still in front, but lead trimmed to 1 shot
"Justin rose has maintained his position on top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the masters but he's Thursday later for has been cut to just one sleeping on the late last night makes it much easier tonight and much easier again tomorrow and then hopefully by Sunday you know he's dying to get into the week you sounded comfortable with it and you know I think that that that what that's what thing to fail to me was that you know if any could result in the end Reuters posted a second round seventy two to stay at seven under but it's just the one player Brian Harman and will sell a Taurus Jordan space after a sixty eight joins mark Leachman next at five under some big names Mister to die cut though and I included defending champion Dustin Johnson Rory McElroy and Brooks KEPCO I'm Graham like us
T.C. Williams High School renamed Alexandria City High School
"The Titans but forget their old school name. The school board in Alexandria also voted last night to change the name of T. C. Williams to simply Alexandria City High School, scrubbing the name of a longtime segregationist superintendent from the school that was best known for its true story of a desegregated football team winning the State Championship. An elementary school, named after a Confederate naval officer was also renamed this time after a beloved teacher, Nye Omi, Brooks. She died last year. Just his
Boston Man Convicted Of Killing Amy Lord Seeks New Trial
"News radio and attorney for the man convicted of kidnapping and murdering a Mi lord in 2013, once the state's highest court to grant him a new trial. Edward Alamein ease appellate attorney Andrew Crouch told the state Supreme Court that alimony deserves a new trial because his trial attorney ignored his pleas not to use the insanity defense. Roach said. That's why Alamein e acted so strange in court in 2015 because he was so mad at his attorney. He is rocking back and forth at counsel table for the majority of the trial because he says he's trying to calm himself down because he's so angry, elemental was convicted of kidnapping 24 year old Amy Lord Outsider South Boston apartment, forcing her to withdraw money. From a T. M's and then stabbing her to death, leaving her body and Stony Brook
Allen helps lead Grizzlies past short-handed 76ers
"The the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers played played without without Jo Jo Ellen Ellen beat beat again again and and that that sort sort of of one one sixteen sixteen one one hundred hundred loss loss to to the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grayson Grayson Allen Allen delivered delivered eleven eleven of of his his fifteen fifteen points points during during a a fourteen fourteen four four run run over over the the first first two two minutes minutes of of the the third third quarter quarter Allen Allen hit hit three three three three pointers pointers during during the the spurt spurt Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks had had seventeen seventeen points points to to lead lead Memphis Memphis were were sort sort of of you you know know really really play play with with our our game game plan plan No No shoes shoes three three circuits circuits are are floater floater we're we're fighting fighting each each other other we're we're playing playing unselfishly unselfishly and and then then you you know know we're we're helping helping each each other other out out on on defense defense you you know know with with their their communication communication Tobias Tobias Harris Harris scored scored twenty twenty one one points points for for the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers who who have have played played eleven eleven of of their their last last twelve twelve games games with with that that and and beat beat Philadelphia Philadelphia and and Brooklyn Brooklyn continue continue to to share share the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference lead lead I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Ninth woman steps forward to accuse New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
"Behavior that ninth woman sharing photo evidence claiming he forcibly kissed her cheeks in 2017, the woman 55 year old Cherry Ville, holding a virtual press conference, saying Cuomo at the time was acting in a quote, highly flirtatious and inappropriate manner. Boxes. Brooks thing that Americans listening to Fox
Dallas Deputy Chief Tapped to Run Prince George's County Police
"Also Brooke, announcing the next chief of police for the county and after this long and thorough process, I am very proud to announce today that I have selected deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of Police County executive also Brooks, noting Chief Aziz this commitment to community policing his leadership in the National Black Police Association and advocacy for police Reform. We know we acknowledge me. Have never hidden from the fact that we also have a very serious issues in our department similar to other departments across the nation. Barbara Brute W E Mail
Stablecoins in the Hot Seat: Powell Calls Bitcoin a Substitute for Gold
"There was an absolute flurry of content and commentary yesterday around the place of bitcoin. Stable coins defy and the digital asset industry as a whole vis-a-vis. Us government regulation as well as how a digital dollar might shake that all up before we get into it. Let's at the terms of the debate. One of the competitors for this cycles top fudd is the government will ban it if it gets sufficiently threatening now to be clear banning depending on your sister could mean anything from an outright ban of use in holding too forceful seizure too limiting access to on and off ramps to the more benign from a commercial standpoint but no less threatening from a privacy standpoint integration of the full crypto infrastructure into the am l. kyc. Money surveillance apparatus. I've spent some time on this show looking into global versions where this fudd seems to be playing out in particular. We've been watching the evolving situation in india and nigeria india which seems gearing up for a bill that would have some sort of outright ban although at least one finance minister says that that's not the case and nigeria. Where the central bank of nigeria. I reiterated that banks should not be working with crypto users which they've then subsequently rolled back just a little bit either way however really what everyone has been focused on is the us particularly in the context of a new administration. The last administration had friends and foes alike when it came to bitcoin and crypto trump. Famously tweeted that he did not like bitcoin or crypto. But we didn't really take that seriously as a threat because it was so clearly about zuckerberg and libra mnuchin was a much bigger enemy. Probably wrote that text for trump's tweet even and clearly wanted to tighten the reins in his final act. He was trying to require exchanges to collect more information. When users transferred crypto to their own wallets on the flip side however there was brian brooks who was absolutely revolutionary at the office of the comptroller of the currency. The changes he oversaw are a huge reason. Why so many big institutions are now playing in this space. Why so many big traditional banks feel like they have to race to catch up to allow people to offer their customers crypto services however as we know from physics every action has a reaction and to some extent one reason why observers are so keenly watching the biden administration is to see how much they're going to respond or try to walk back with brooks in the occ changed on top of that. As the biden administration has come to power the price and volume around bitcoin stable coins and the rest of the digital asset industries have made them much more on ignore -able last time joe biden was in office. Bitcoin is about four hundred and thirty bucks. Now it's been over fifty thousand dollars for sixteen days in a row tether was barely out of diapers now. It has a market supply above forty billion in his doing upwards of one hundred billion dollars in volume per day combined with us dc. And you've got over. Fifty billion dollars of usd approximates there so lot more is at stake with that. People have been watching. Two things has come in and what they're saying on the who has come inside. Janet yellen is back for another round although this time is treasury secretary rather than as he chair gary genzer to is back. Although this time is as he c- chair. Instead of cftc chair of these two there is much more optimism around gessler who has done a pretty fair bit of work to understand where the crypto industry is coming from even teaching a course at mit about bitcoin and blockchain. And of course we have someone who still around in the form. Of jay powell. The federal reserve chairman. His ex factor. And all these discussions is the potential of a central bank digital currency a digital dollar. That could potentially shift the us's relationship with these projects now in terms of what we've seen these actors say so far over the last few months up until now it's been pretty standard fare one part. There's a lot of exciting potential here. One part we have to protect investors though and one part but it's also used by criminals over the last couple of days however we've gotten both comments and news that could shift as into our next phase of understanding what the us is relationship with. Bitcoin stable coins and other digital assets is going to look going forward. So let's talk about powell speaking about cdc's and cryptos at a bank for international settlements panel yesterday. Let's talk about the announcement of digital dollar prototypes coming this summer. And let's talk about new draft fat. If guidelines around cryptocurrencies. I up powell. Did a session yesterday with leaders from the bank for international settlements including augustine carstens. We talked about last week. He was asked about crypto currencies. And whether he saw them as a threat. And here's what he said. We call them crypto assets. You know. they're they're highly volatile. See bitcoin and therefore not real useful as a store of value in there not backed by anything. They're more of an asset for speculation. So they're also not particularly in use as a means of payment. It's more speculative asset. That's it's essentially a substitute for gold rather than for the dollar. And i think with crypto acids the the the public needs to understand the risks. The principle thing is there's the volatility there's also the outsized energy requirements requirement for for mining. And the fact that they're not backed by anything so let's break out these three reasons that he wasn't particularly impressed by cryptos. I this idea of volatility or that. It's just an asset for speculation. Basically he's dismissing bitcoin and any other crypto as something that he does not have to stress about or really factor into his consideration around global monetary competition while many. Bitcoin is grabbed onto the essentially a substitute for gold piece as a great tweet and knocked to the gold bugs. Who they're trying to convert or at least undermined powell was saying this more. Like a giant shooing away. A fly gold is to him clearly. Irrelevant an unimportant antiquated part of the fiat system that he sits at the helm of in that way a substitute for that thing does not present a threat
Big Ten comeback: Michigan topples LSU 86-78
"Top seeded Michigan is in the Sweet Sixteen after getting twenty one points apiece from Sade brown and Eli Brooks in a roller coaster eighty six seventy eight victory over LSU in a game for big runs the Wolverines used a fourteen one spurt midway through the second half to pull away preserving a glimmer of hope for a conference that is mostly tank for four days in Indianapolis Brooks says the big ten has played in tough lock is March madness for a reason you're gonna get the best out of everybody I don't think the big sand I still think the big ten is a really good conference brown did the most lasting damage making six free throws and a three pointer during that decisive stretch that gave the Wolverines a seventy two sixty four lead with five fifty five left I'm Dave Ferrie
Washington Wizards stun NBA-best Utah Jazz
"Make no mistake. I didn't see this coming. A wizard's ended their five game losing streak by beating the Utah Jazz won 31 1 22 and a coach Scott Brooks explains. I thought we started the game with the really good defense of disposition. I know way we talk about it. But tonight I mean, we're playing against the best team in basketball. I think you are. On Tanner's were up, but we got to do that every night and
Zack Snyder's Justice League Released
"And if you were disappointed by Justice League When it came out in 2017, you'll finally be able to see the original director's vision for the movie as it's premiering today on HBO, Max Film United, Several DC comics superheroes on screen for the first time, including Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman director Zack Snyder stopped working on the original film before it was finished following the death of his daughter. Stacy Brooks, Katya our
Jodi Cohen Using Essential Oils To Heal Brain Fog and Body
"Another podcast that i actually spoke to his electrical beverly coon. That's done quads. Lots of work on emotional maps in similar type work with russian technology. That's actually found ways of measuring these wise in the reaction so it there's an interesting but of correlation between the two. I'd be interested to see what you think of hill works all to put you in contact with maybe have a discussion with nc. How much the the information college what you can actually find out that could be. You could say correlating between the the two areas. Nothing it'll be an interesting discussion few camera. I am sure it's one of those. Things is a strange thing to pull him. But michael jackson used to say that you know when he got a download of a song he'd read it so the princeton. It's this idea that there are certain information that's accessible to everyone but we forget to look at it. We get so tuned into our five senses that we forget we also very intuitive beings. The other thing. I wanted to explore with. You is that yet. How much decent Plays a role in that or vassal. You could say system within the body because this a overreliance on nerve signaling which will discuss the little bit light run with But i'd like to hear your inputs about fassino. And how much muscle testing actually are the connection that uses that signaling mechanism because of this some researchers reading up about that fast yet at can actually act as a signaling mechanism. It's a lot faster than denotes. Because it's mostly relying on water in this. Signaling is obviously la forces for water than through physical media. So how much of that have you looked into have you. That's one hundred percent sure that actually gets to the fourth phase of water. Jerry pollock is a researcher at the university of washington. Part of the problem of our health. Is that our water is signaling as well at our. Our water is dead. Water like ideally Metal pipes the problem. Is you know the water's going through the pipes in the water. That's flowing at the outside of the pipe. Slows down into the water in the middle is flowing faster so kind of splits. The water like living water water in streams or brooks anything. That's moving and flowing is really healthy and that kind of plays into the show. Yeah you're absolutely right. It's deeper than i. Don't actually think. I think essentials are really good for certain things and i think other things are better. I think structured waters actually Better for the last year. I think oils are so. I haven't done a deep dive in my own research. But you're one hundred percent right. It's an interesting area. Might do some more reading up on that site. They believe glyphosate interrupts fascist signaling. There's a woman. A researcher named stephanie sent off. Who's done a lot of good research on that. I would start with her and then my friend. Dr christine softener also talks a lot about fashion and the role. It plays just in kind of healthy cellular communication well. That'll be an interesting area that i'll look into as well coming back to the essential oils. So you started testing on. Obviously a gift and you started testing. you'll need was to regulate to basically get to a balanced system. So how did you start looking into the link between the essential oils and the vagus nerve had known about the vegas nerve. I'm i'm a yoga girl and i Pretty much talk about the vegas nerve. In all of yoga and the paris of the fedex st and how would just for the listeners. That don't know the vegas nerve. A start with the autonomic nervous system which is basically controlling all of your automatic functions on namic automatic. You know breathing. Your heart beating your digestion. Your toxic occasion your immune system. You don't have to consciously think immune system turn on you know it doesn't automatically and your autonomic nervous system has chew gears it has kind of the accelerator which is if there's danger it shifts resources to keep you alive. That is called years sympathetic. Kreider flight nervous system and the resources it shifts. Is you know your energy. So your blood flow your oxygen your heartbeat faster your breathing intensifies and your blood pumps to your muscles in your arms and your legs so that you can either fighter fleet and it pumps away from your organs of digestion and detoxification and then ideally the danger passes and you switch lanes in to the parasitic pathetic break rest digestion hill lane. It is your vegas nerve cranial nerve number ten. That is a toggle between these two systems. And it's not that one turns often one turns on. It's more that one is prioritized right. Like if you're driving in a car and you're on the gas you can still break. The break isn't not working. You're just focusing on the gas at the time. And so the vegas nerve can help you shift gears. And it starts to the back of the had kind of goes behind the ears on both sides and then winds through every organ digestion and nervous them it sends signals between those oregon's and your brain. It's kind of the information highway between your gut and your brain your gut brain access. And what's fascinating. Is that activating any point. You know that the vegas nerve touches like the breathing breathing is a really easy way to on if you make your ex hair longer than you're in hell you activate your vegas nerve but people for whatever reason is easy as breathing as it was very hard to get compliance most people in order to heal. You have to be in the right
Should Emergency Rooms Be Equipped to Deal with Addiction?
"Visits to hospital emergency departments plummeted. But a new study shows more people than ever are turning up at hospitals seeking help for drug addiction and overdoses. NPR addiction correspondent Brian Mann found many emergency doctors have struggled to respond. Emergency departments are great at treating things like chest pains and asthma attacks After the pandemic hit. A lot of those people stopped showing up at hospitals. They were scared of catching the coronavirus. But Kristin Holland, a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says patients experiencing addiction needed help. So desperately They kept coming. The thing that really stood out to me about all drug overdoses and opioid overdoses. Those were the only two for which we saw. An increase. Holden study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, analyzed roughly 190 million emergency room visits. The data shows even people who didn't catch the coronavirus were hit hard by the pandemic. People are indeed experiencing poor mental health, suicidal thoughts, substance use, potentially as a coping mechanism. But there's a problem. Experts say Many emergency departments aren't well staffed or trained to help patients with these kinds of problems. Dr. Mark Rosenberg is president of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Emergency physicians have always been able to treat the overdose, but we did not have tools to treat the addiction. Or the dependency. Rosenberg's organization has worked for years to convince emergency departments to improve addiction care. But he says, reform has come slowly. He points to the fact that most emergency doctors still don't use buprenorphine. It's a drug proven to help people with opioid addiction, avoid relapse. Only one third patients get medications for Opioid use disorder in the emergency department. Experts say regulatory hurdles and stigma around people with drug use disorders have kept many emergency departments from improving their addiction care. Dr Stephen Veal heads the emergency team at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. I think there was a lot of hesitancy because it's not what we've done. It's not what I've trained in, and it seems like somebody else should do it. But I think that what finally pushed emergency physicians out of their comfort zone to do something is just the number of people that we've seen die. After a spate of overdose deaths. Three years ago, Veal changed his department using buprenorphine and also adding a new member to his team. Larry Brooks is a trained addiction counselor who now works with patients in the ER as soon as they're revived the overdose patients that comment to an emergency room They're at their most vulnerable. They're at their lowest point that they've ever experienced. You know, the you know, been dead. Or at least near dead. And brought back to life during the pandemic. Brooks Hospital has seen a new spike in drug cases, Brooke says. It's made a big difference. Having an addiction program in place. This is the best time for us. As health organization and a community as a whole. To make an impact and say, Look, somebody is here. You're not going to get kicked right back out the door and go into withdrawal and have to find something else and then be back here in two hours, But experts say emergency Department addiction programs like this are still rare. CDC researcher Kristin Holland says she hopes data from her study will convince more hospitals to change our takeaway from this is meeting people where they are and if people are coming to the emergency department for these outcomes, that's where we need to meet them. Well, death from covert 19 have dropped from their peak. The CDC has fatal overdoses nationwide keep rising with more than 220 drug day. Brian Mann NPR news
"brooks" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"But i always think of his instances where you were on and they said. Can i call you jim. James l. brooks as good to go and let's see these men's souls patriots winter soldiers. Yes absolutely and how are you. How is your soul handling all of this Radically radically. It's it's a roller coaster. Yeah i'm the same way i valid. I that's my wife every day. We just sort of update one another on sort of where we are in the emotional schedule and we're and we're sort of like always no matter. How weird the world is. We're still going around going like why. Am i depressed. Why what depress is so right. It's so it's so exciting or or in my or who sunley are angry over justice something that big and consumes you and you lasting is adsl. I'm living at the worst time in the modern history of the planet on say it. You're so right. I do say to yourself is. I'm so lucky that i you know and i am. I am and you count your blessings but man the psychic toll of all of this bleeds into our relationships in our mood. And and i'm going around today i i don't normally share this with the guest. I don't wanna be a bummer. But i'm walking around going like i'm in a funk i'm gonna funk today this is your phone this is song this is your funk out how dare you even grace what. You're doing a funk. Well i am excited to talk with you. And i'm honored that you're here and i took a little nap and i dreamt that we were late and that i am. I started asking all these things. I wanted to talk about it. And then the connection drop so. None of those things are actually happening. Everything seems to be fine. Oh my god you do my jesus mimed thout going out too much how. How do you find your funk gauge are you funk in and out are you Yes yes yes. And by the way i mean. It's sort of insane not too. You'd have to be insane. Yeah the to not be set republican. The republican party is definitely in an alternate universe behaving by rules. None of us understand and You know i mean it's just it's just We i never knew satan zalmay with the bat. Well dressed that sell funny. I was just watching the prep for this. I re-watch broadcast news and albert brooks is brilliant speech. Which of course wrote about like the devils not going to have a appointee orange and the tail which by the way growing up in the religious community. That was something we used to say all the time we were like it's going to be like a good looking like so that was carried over. People never told me it was from broadcast news. But they were like he's going to be like matic and engaging and slowly degrade the values where they matter. The most and i was like this is very timely. I wanted to talk to you about your experience in the news and people seem to be losing their faith in the news. I i see social networks are going to split into two. There's going to be one for conservatives are going to be one for liberals it turns out we think is just the the when we think just sort of the accidental meanderings of an ego maniac is actually the playbook of every democracy that ever lost its democracy. I mean that's that's what they do. They they have to get rid of the press. They have to run that down that these are the things they must do They need they need. They need to demonize a group. That's all absolutely necessary. I think what i was even looking hoping for. Was you having made a brilliant movie about the news and me wanting to have some faith in the news you know. I have family members that are sort of into cunanan. Like an all the conspiracies and everything spag and i'm like but it's not fake news. There's the associated press. There's this there's this. I i realized i don't really know. I'm not an expert on why you can believe the news other than what i've seen in movies. I was wondering if you give me a little boost of like well. Here's a standard echo chamber new thing. That's a new thing. Yeah i mean it certainly in this being such a pillar of our existence you know certainly it certainly happened to me it. Certainly you know turn on msnbc to feel exactly the way to see people feel exactly the way i do writing i have my the justification the self you know so there's trouble with that. There's there's real trouble with that and i don't think there is no i mean i think the new york times is is is a miracle the world. What they do every day is is i just can't conceive about it's done and then and then if you want to see it in In new york magazine. They do a big story about the times. And you see how difficult their journey is right now with all this stuff. That's happened every newspaper with people having a certain voice and with your doing this wrong. And you're doing your incorrect about this. that's inappropriate. Ooh look what we have in the world. So the fats added to the whole. You know the mid people disagree about the mission. The mission isn't to be impartial. Sort of there's a way to talk about that. There is no objective. Truth there is when all lives are subjective. There is no what the hell's objective truth joe on here you know and they warned us alternate truths alternate facts. Was that what she said. Way back when your alternate facts. That's right yeah. Wow well glad to know that. I read the times too so glad to know that. I just don't know what i would say to. A family member that was like biden is a pedophile. And they have. We have the sources. And i'm just like. I don't even know how to enter this conversation and i think a lot of people feel that way so they just kind of back out the door. I was talking to somebody i was like. Is it a good thing to have a facebook for liberals in a facebook for conservatives. I was like. Isn't that gonna ruin everything. Isn't that like what stops the discourse and is late and lows of the bridges tunnels leaves us all to our own. I'd also like to say jim. This is not the podcast. You're on really. This is a silly find time. I'm here to celebrate your work here. Tell you how great you are. And we'll talk about comedy creativity but it's much prefer my rage as subject and they can do whatever you want. I'm i'm not gonna assume you've ever listen to the show. This is the the james l. brooks time. We're gonna talk about you. We're going to talk about creativity. We're going to talk about some evergreen things that regard this season in office will be able to enjoy and celebrate but to get it off her chest. Okay resent us. Oh i wasn't stopping. I was stopping me was stopping me. Was the new simpler when you were working in it and when you met i all it was my god. It saved justice. It's saved just again and again and again no it was. That's it that was generally.
"brooks" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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"brooks" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"Kim tennis shoes comfortable, right yeah. Running a house and get some money white right here. To the habits of the few while we Were we discuss habits, rituals, and mindset tactics that you can use to reach your version of success, and now here's your host mole noble seat. Welcome, everybody the of few names see they'd be here today today got incredible guests, Mister Kenny Brooks, the comedian salesman, the door to door salesman. The guy that incredibly went viral over three, hundred million views and counting You may have seen him instagram youtube but have you this man is hilarious not to mention an incredibly savvy smart intellectual salesperson. This guy has his training courses. He's an entrepreneur. His been doing this since day one So please sit back, relax grab a cup of tea and enjoy the show you are in for a lot of laughs. It's funny how Your and we're GonNa get into your backstory, but it's interesting to see. You come from a sales background, but you're able to attach comedy to it. Right L.. Insanely how how long did it take you to kind of come up with the material? Was It years was months? Was it? Something that you are. Are you just always GonNa add it? Were like when I first got into sales like I just like. I had found like what works for me and I noticed like being funny was like it was the best about worlds because like a lot of people like you go to the door like the clear I do dry having doozy as them like they. It's like like you know you've ever stayed up the night watching infomercials like flew into TV to slim was interested in I feel like when I was going door to door, I had to like I had to be people and I had to win people over. But when I first started I didn't I didn't use personality see like what work but I I started pushing products I noticed when I wouldn't be myself I. was like that's not really working and knew was the funny kid and I knew that I knew I knew how to make friends and Dan what happened was that I started reading a lot of sales books like a real like how to win friends influence people by Dale?.
"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"Ryan about the instagram comment. That's got Ryan fired up. I mean I think he should take it away. He has a lot to say okay. I'll read this comment Ryan. And then you can rebut what this was said. This was written on. Or How many podcasts instagram. Should I say this the person that wrote it Daniel? Let's keep them anonymous. Here's the question. Why does Ryan not listen to anyone? He is so negative. Having kids is hard but it seems you make it so much more difficult than it needs to be. You can find helps. You can go away for a weekend. Look outside the box. I used to work in a daycare or the room. I was in charge of had twelve babies three months to sixteen months and there were three of us. That's one adult for every for infants and I never had so much fun. Dot Dot dot line. We are a podcast so this listener. Who commented in that way cannot see my eyes rolling into the back of my frigging skull as I hear that comment because it is the most absurd thing I never heard and I will say thank you to all those listeners who have come out vocally in support of me in my openness. In my honesty there are many view. The Ryan's orders loyalists. Thank you to this. One single solitary contrarian out there who came at me in this way I would say sit on your thumb and rotate because I have news for you. You may work at your daycare at the end of the day. You go home to relax. And this is twenty four seven and you with a couple other daycare employees watching these kids like. I'm sure it was a lot of fun but then you went home to your more normal balanced life. I think so I don't buy it. I think it's like it's all fine when there's an end in sight and you can go back to your. Your less than chaotic life at this is all day every day. What does she has kids? Let's say she had two kids at home. Then what would you say I would say? Also I think your kids act differently for you and are more prone to having temper tantrums and things when they're familiar with you. As opposed to teachers were people that are looking after them at daycare. They're much more Respectful and they're much less likely to for less likely to act out win. Your own kids have temper tantrums. Because they're familiar with you so I don't think she's concerned either. But these these kids were three months to sixteen months. I don't think they have that ability to decipher dad's not in the room. I'm going to act out or dads in the room. I'm going to act out okay. So there three months of their laying on their back and sleeping has today. Congratulations how difficult was after you. You didn't have a two and a half year role to counterbalance the free months old. Three month goal to lay on their back all day in sleep. Like that's the point. I'm dealing with the two and a half year old to who wants to run around. Who wants to hit the six months ahead? Who wants to go outside? She's dealing with a bunch of three year. Olds who sleep seventy five percent of the day in the other twenty five percent. Take a bottle. Congratulations Ryan I have a question for you. Does your wife ever say like. Try giving birth to our kids like is this ever like saying you need to be quiet. No she We're in this together. She's like this is chaos. And that's why we legitimately high five at the end of the day and hug limb. We've put the to both of them down at the same time because we finally conquered the day amd were. She doesn't look at me like I'm some extremists. Like she feels much the same way that this is an exhausting time for us he will of course whether it won't come out the other end and will laugh in the moment. It's it's tough. I think at the end of the day. Everybody has their own experience. I've had many friends who thought like Labor was a piece of cake and I've had other friends who were like. That was the most traumatic experience in my life in. It's the hardest thing I think it's all relative to deal with it. I don't know everyone has their own experience. Yeah and also we have friends who have girls in and from our experience girls are much more calm and like we'll look at some of our friends kids that are girls and they'll just sit there and look around. Will wallflower smile and like to. Our boys are just like flailing needing to be held wanting to be entertained. Like it's there's no just like sitting around chilling. Okay right now the toughest life the world. I'm not implying that and again I don't want to come off. As polarizing too many Ryan loyalists are out there. I don't want to alienate myself am just as I said. I try to be real and not sugarcoat anything until you honestly see. So if that's the other people in they think I'm Outta Line so be it to that right. I do appreciate that on a work thing. We'll shower later. He needs to shut up. We need a shower it reapply. Shall we shower together? And I can't even shower along anymore. Well Buddy I'm sending you a big Hog sending you love man. I don't man that look as unkempt as you but all ticket. Why is it all about? Looks Ryan. Why isn't it about my heart? Your heart is hollow and black. Hardened don't know what but thanks Buddy Honestly Ryan. I think there's a lot of people out there that are really struggling Homeschooling distressing anxiety level in our our people would the economic conditions. People are business owners or their job. Or THEY'RE GONNA keep it or lose it Just a lot of going and then also the health concerns concerned about your family. Maybe your parents you know. My parents are in their my dad's late sixties. Just a concern there So law going on in the world and just all of our listeners. We want to send you guys love and support and hope If you're in a time of despair just sending you guys hope same to you. Buddy you will make it through this cumin brooks. I think when I took from the interview with Steph is tomorrow morning you wake up and you're Bernie help yourself to yourself. How even just just take care of yourself okay? Rates who'd be number one number one anybody else Daniel. You have anything else you WANNA say on this one. Are- wrap this one. I think we're I think Ryan needs to give his son a shower or bath So let's wrap this up but I do WANNA tease that. Next week. We have Were planning something fun. We're doing a fun test that Or experiment. I guess is a better word on that involves a zoom call so may tunes guys so we haven't even told Ryan about this isn't even know since actually I always in the now brooks way. You're lucky we even told you. I see why this person's you are so negative on the INS on instagram. Yeah I am. I am team instagram hater. Like right here meaning to support her for her anti Ryan. Okay good to now. It's Ryan Verses. The World Man. Everybody in this world is extending an olive branch is continually Ryan versus world. I'm happy to take on. Don't seem it. That's it for this week They've said Y'all thanks. Ori Thanks Ryan appreciate you sharing in hoping that helps our community and thank you for coming on so everybody that listen. Thank you so much..
"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"Are fixed. Man Steph was great. She was great. Yeah you'RE GONNA get a rocket a rocket I'm really interested in it. It's actually a really interesting device and is back by science so it's and it only costs for listeners. That haven't listened to the previous Soviet about as I think about seven hundred and fifty bucks so maybe tell White Christmas gift lineup for Hct. They give coming up all right guys assistant producer. Danielle jumping in One I have a comment Brooks keep the beard women. Your I n you definitely are losing on this one. I will do a poll on the helmet. Instagram to see if they like brooks with the beard or without the beard yes But I wanted to bring up a topic with you guys because I've been discussing this a lot with some girlfriends and I brought it up with my husband just to get the male perspective and he was well saved his response. But I had. I've had a couple of my girlfriends that have reached out to me and they're like so These years are these like this year next year. We're supposed to be the years. I'm traveling with my husband before having babies the now that we can't do that. I think we're GONNA just go for it and have a baby like or at least try to have one. Because what else will you do right now? Like we're all in quarantine. Let's just have sex and have a baby and my initial reaction was what the hell so I think I have. I have a remedy for them to cure them. Put them on a facetime call with Brian and they will be shut down. Their sexual will go to the floor idea child. And the poster Voice of Ood Yes then here's my question is is The women in your life came to you right now are like all right. Let's let's try for babies since there's something else we can do. Are you guys in or are you like? I think we might need a wait till we're done with this Kobe. Nineteen gnawed in for that reason. Reason is so bad because who knows it could lift in a month. It can lift in two weeks just because you have nothing else to do right now. That's not a reason to bring a life into the world. You can still have sex without having to create a world is going to come back. Economy is going to open up. Travel will open up again. It's a couple of months maybe at six months. Yeah like I don't. It's not that I don't see us being on lockdown for the next four years where it's like we got nothing else to do. We might as well have a baby for four years like as soon as these people if they try and have a baby right now as soon as they're actually having the baby the everything's going to be wide open and opened up again and now they're gonNA be pissed 'cause they're not able to travel. We're about to have a baby wipes eight months pregnant. Would love to go to Turkson cake but can't our camp flock. Yeah I mean that's the hope right. I mean I would say a couple of things the first is Brooks touched on. It is like we were bored. What else you do. We might as well have babies now. You can still have sex. You don't need to pull the goalie. Just HAVE SAXON. Don't like that's that's a from a male perspective in terms of how men thank out. I always saw prior to finally committing to saying yes. I think it's time and I'm ready to have a baby. I wanted to know I was secure in my job and like financially secure to bring another life. That was going to that. I was going to be responsible for and it in today's economy when we're about to enter recession and people are losing their jobs. Everything's uncertain I as a man would not feel comfortable committing to bringing another life in that. I am going to be financially responsible when I could lose my job tomorrow. That's a big big consideration. And the last thing I will say is a conversation. My wife and I had the week was like so. We've gone the opposite way. It's not we're like so do we. Should we try to have girl and we both We should get you if the sesame like. I'm already looking into getting up. The SECTA me because this has created a world in which I cannot have them a third child. I am going to lose it so this is this is quite a sex me that there's a national secretary day it's when March madness begins typically. 'cause ever all the guys stay home to watch the NC Double A. Tournament yeah I drown radio stations in DC. When I was playing there they used to give away a free Heading up to that guy could get it at any. Could just sit on. The couch will next two days of ice pack on his Groin and just watch college basketball. I'm targeting next March. We would argue right now in. Like what would you target? I mean I think like this. I'm not even exaggerating when I say this has led us to the conclusion like the secretary is the way to go. We can't this is too much really on research. You don't think this might when you go back to work when like the kids. Are you know you don't have a six month old? You have two to four year old. You might be like yeah. I'd like to try for a girl now. I'm already giving away everything. We have as soon as they reached that milestone and surpassing. Not You want the crib. You Want Walker take it. Were done one..
"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"Are so I am a sense of possibility. You know what? That's why I have blindfold blindfold me. It was funny Ryan half like I'm getting all these messages. A bunch of people like shave that beard in a bunch of people are messaging. I love the beer. Keep a goer. It's Kinda split fifty. Maybe two trolls in their basement. Have complemented you everybody. Let's talk about a topic that I don't know. If we've we've we've used the term staff on this show ever but We talk about quite a bit. The term is sexual wellness. As you've never used the term sexual wellness mileage on this show but we've talked about sexuality a lot at how being sexual isn't just the act of having sex much more into sexual energy than the physical coming together an actual of sex. What would be your definition of sexual wellness? And how can people practice sexual wellness that might then kickstart or lead to actual more connection and more size? I think number one I. I heard this actually from patient today. I asked what her goals were and she said I just WanNa feel sexy and I think that's a that's a big statement from a lot of women out there if I'm speaking specifically to women I wanNA feel sexy right will. What does that mean here? Okay what what do you do to feel sexy? Well first of all you have to look good right so a lot of women just kind of feel from be like their MOMS and you know they're a little bit overweight and you know maybe they're just they don't feel confident enough they don't have that self esteem. So what does that look like to you is that you know taking care of yourself going to the gym. It's eating right. You know limiting your alcohol all these things that Kinda give you the self-esteem part of it. That's number one and that goes to say for men to write. Because I have meant that. Come in here that feel the same way. They don't feel attractive. And that's like that's the number one thing I always hear is I just don't feel attractive. I don't feel sexy. Well why not? Well I don't exercise. I don't eat right. I smoke I drink alcohol at night. Let's start working on that. I that's part of sexual wellness and then the second part is will. Let's take care of you and your hormones so I can't tell you how many women that I see. This is now again. Women were they'll come in and you know they're going through menopause or they're having menopausal symptoms and you know they're having like a dry vagina or you know they just They're they're moody. Whatever the case may be. That's all hormone related. Just like the men. Same thing mental. Come in here. And they'll say things like you know I can't get in a morning erection anymore or you know. I'm I'm losing my erection during intercourse. That's all hormone type related. So it's there's so many little aspects to sexual wellness it's like let's start from the beginning and work our way down right so it's always gonna be your hormones. It's GonNa be blood flowing and it's going to be your brain start working on yourself self esteem. Well No it's interesting record brooks about that is i. I think that is all really helpful information. But what makes it interesting to me is that we're in a situation now with the quarantine of it all where so many of those things are unable to be satisfied. It's a conversation my wife and I had days ago. Which is like yes you. And she was saying like she wants to feel good in like part of connecting with one another and having sex is wanting to feel good and and when you're in a position where your shoes I shout like I showered yesterday. I think like I. You know we're trying to keep these two kids alive and like you're losing your mind in many ways and she's like I don't feel like sexy right now. I'm like trying to get a five minute shower. Just like with one of our kids Like or two and a half year pounding on the glass like it's not relaxing in. You're not getting dressed as white. Why would you dress? You're not go out of the house and you can't go to a gym because the gym's are closed there's Laura these things like you chant. And she her poem I haven't gotten my haircuts. We had the baby in October. Let along colored and she's like my look at my roots. I don't feel like myself in so many ways. And then you've got the vid fifteen a fifteen hour gaining because he can't leave the frigging house.
"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"Economy's GonNa look like when we come back to work. Of course we speculate and just overall health and wellness right so this is the time where people can actually start cooking at home and enjoying each other and play in. Games board games number those like back in the day four games. I just had a new and the other night Yourself Brooks nosy question for you so Ryan. Let me ask you this so I would say that I am looking at that question. I would say that I probably would lose my sex drive when stress ramp saw was up. I would say I probably my sex drive would go down. That's just what I feel right now. In the instance of this Conversation Ryan. What do you think you would be if stress goes up your sex drive her down or up? I'm surprised you say that Brooks because you look very morning rain now still you up. I don't have a lot of stress mental area. I would say when stress goes up. Yeah the Libido like that all goes down because it's it's for lasting when your mind you're in I as I said you're in survival mode survival mode that's at has nothing to do with survival. It's about like keeping your family afloat. Which is more important than such drive? But it's interesting that you say that because if you think about survival mode raised survival mode is about planting your seed right. So that's why some guys actually have that higher sex drive. It's like their natural release of kind of getting out. You know their instincts from it. By what would you say? The percentage of guys whose whose LIBIDO GOES UP DURING STRESSFUL TIMES. What percentage go goes down during stressful times? I have to imagine that more. There's a higher percentage of men whose Libido was down when there's high stress in their life I would probably say Quite honestly by seventy five percent of the men there goes down. Yeah Yeah and if you if you think about it right you know everything is your testosterone. Let's let's talk about sex drive for a second. So sex drive actually comes from testosterone production. Rain your brain. Your brain is actually responsible for triggering. This cascade of events to tell your body to make testosterone. So one thing I'll tell guys is if you start affecting the way that the brain works like for instance taking antidepressants anti anxiety anti a loved. Ix all those things are disrupting that communication in the brain. You disrupt the communication. You're no longer triggering that cascade of events to make testosterone and you know there's two ways that we make testosterone one is due to the adrenal glands which adrenal glands are responsible for secreting cortisol cortisol stress hormone. I can't wait is to the testicles. You know if you think about where testosterone is being made right it all comes from the brain and from the brain. It's GonNa go to the adrenal glands as one side. And then it's going to go to the testicles for the other side that's how you guys make testosterone so if you think about the brain I write you. GotTa have that cascade of events that actually trigger all of this and so. If you're stressed what's going to happen to your serotonin levels your dopamine norepinephrine all the feel good kind of hormones and then the adrenal glands are responsible for making cortisol and Cortisol. Is your stress hormone. So you if your stressed in your dreams are working in overdrive they're gonNA plummet that cortisol level and then you're no longer making that testosterone from that side too so it's all kind of connected if you think about it. So here's a question for you I believe in men are testosterone levels. Dropped during the course of the day correct cracked and that's why as athletes. We generally train earlier in the morning. Our testosterone levels are higher. You have more energy more more power output. You get a better result from the energy you put into your training. And that Wayne's over the course of the day that's why most almost all festivals or strain early in the morning testosterone levels are highest. Now is it. Would it be advisable with that to try and prioritize sexual connection to have sex romance earlier in the day rather than waiting till eight or nine o'clock when our test Just by nature by science our testosterone levels are lower? Yes in fact what I tell. My guys is that you're making all your testosterone while you're sleeping at night so number one. If you're not sleeping correctly because of Strasser whatever the case may be the near not accumulating So yes you're Estrin peaks for sing in the morning. This is gonNA sound really crazy but I live by it and I swear by it. We had little kids who are now grown. They're adults but when they were little we would actually set an alarm and we wake up hour early in the morning so that we had time for us in the morning. Because that's when we're well rested number one you're not thinking about anything. And his testosterone is the highest. Don't forget about US too though. I mean we make testosterone as well or sleeping so we must have the same as your females. Are they the same as Mansoura coincides at yours is as high in the House exactly? Yeah so kind of same idea. I have a question. Ask for Brooks and Steph you. I'm curious if you can help 'em or help weigh in on this. Which is Brooks to recap is in isolation and quarantine himself in his property in Idaho. Julianne his wife is in. La So brooks. How have you been managing being part however you remaining connected are you? Are you zooming or you having phone sex or you just helping yourself to yourself and Rosie arms like what are we? Were so to be honest. My Day I wake up at probably five thirty My dog is op. I'm up at five thirty. I'm adequate bowl of cereal or eat breakfast something. Whatever I've been out in the yard like six thirty seven o'clock every morning and I've been working on my property for the last three weeks and I work for about seven. Am until about five thirty six PM. And just like I've ten and a half acres up here it's Bush and I am just like cleaning this place and giving it love that it's never had in the six years that I've owned and just like making it like building. Rock walls cut down trees clearing. Brush all kinds of stuff and by the time I get in from that. Imax Cook Supper. Because I'm here by myself so Cook Supper at like eight o'clock I put a fire on and I'm exhausted at night. It's it's probably the same as what you're feeling Ryan when the day is done. I am freaking exhausted. And at that point I do not have a lot of sexual arch like truthfully I just I. I'm exhausted I'm toast all I'm thinking about like let me just mindlessly. Watch something for Thirty Nights. Go to bed and wake up and do it again though when your testosterone at the highest you you immediately get outside into the Idaho Bush and that's how you enjoy racquet enrolling. Yeah to be honest I would say in this time during this quarantine time. I mean it's different because I'm not. I don't have proximity to my wife right now. Not right in the same room with her but I would say that loud. It's also just the focus of like what. I'm doing here what I have going on in my life. That my sex drive right now. Wouldn't be at its peak you know. So it's it's I'm thinking about this like why do going back. What we spoke about earlier staff like wind stress comes. Why is Ryan was talking about you? Try and make sure your family's afloat triumph Like it's such a primal thing sexual energy. Why is it something that we so easily cast aside because our states in our moods after having sex in having a connection like that are probably is pure in his beautiful in an energetic as ever in our lives so if we live in that state all the time yeah you think life would be better but why do we cast aside that like just kind of like this stress or anxiety or or things come even like a yard work project where I'm like? Why do I not prioritize that? And why is it so easy for men to just Kinda push to the backward quite honestly? I believe that this is kind of like a society thing. I don't know why because like you said when we do have intimate relations and were able to release we. Get this like euphoria sense right. We got all these hormones are going this like antidepressant. Anti anxiety helps with our sleep helps with our mood so I feel like if we could just be reminded of that and I tried to talk to my patients like that. I want you to remember how you feel when you have that connection with your significant other your partner. Whatever I remember how good actually feels and so it's almost like you're going to have to combat yourself and what society or what your brain is saying because we're constantly in this like we gotta move move move we gotta do do do right. We have this like laundry list of things that always going to prevail over sex and so I think that we need to take a step back and just remember that sex's very important for relationship not only that but it's very important for your mental health. It's very important for all your good hormones so you almost have to like everyday put it in front of it you know and say okay. We need to do this. I like this has to be done. I it's like prioritizing really right so it's it's like going to the gym so you know that you want to go the gym because it makes you feel good feel good you look good you perform better. So you prioritize that right. There's a timeslot that you go to the gym everyday. Because that's your routine. You have to make sex a routine. You have to prioritize it. You have to put it in front of something huddled How do we go about doing that so for people? That are quarantined at home right now. Together couples that are together. Like you said you you said you industrial use to set an alarm and wake up like what are some examples other than that or more along that lines that you are aware of that may be of your clients. People you know are currently implementing in their lives and actually having better sex or better connection with their partner than ever before. Yeah well you have to remember too. I understand people have the kids are home right now. Right like the kids never leave. So there's a lot of people that are having that restriction of. I don't know what to do so you do have to set your alarm because the kids aren't they aren't GonNa leave or in quarantine right now. What about like Ryan shared? He wakes up at him and his wife way or fifty. That's that's a part so I mean I think it's all great in theory and everyone can crucify me for being the negatives Naysayer guy sign on that. I think I'm the most real of anyone and by that. I like with a six month old in two and a half year old a six month old as in waking up like four thirty so we my wife and I have an alternating like four fifteen getting up to the awful to then go get him because if we let him cry longer long after he wakes up and his given how close his room is to my two and a half year old wake him up which will mean our entire day with the two and a half year. Old Complete Nightmare. So we're waking up before fifteen and just do the math on like well but but there's also a science that says if you should try to get eight hours of sleep because if you get seven or six or less than that then your day is less impactful than it could be so. There's all these things you're juggling and my point is like what are we going to? Cetera LAUNCH FOR THREE THIRTY. Am that will be something like wake up thrilled to do. No it's absolutely not so Has Thought Chrysler my mind like when are two and a half year old cigna having a six month old like in a baby bjorn shared thing is in the room but facing the coroner having sex with him with earmuffs on looking at the garden. Yeah the remind. I don't think I could live with myself if I do that. They'll be storing. I think eventually but that's the only solution of come loose. Yeah and sometimes you have to get creative like that to be honest with you. You know it's like I even have patient to. They locked themselves in their closet. You know for the ten minutes that they need. But that's something that you know. We have to do this. We have to have this connection so we got to figure out how to make it happen and nobody's looking for marathon sex right like this is just a part connection. We're just looking for that connection so that we stayed together and so that during this quarantine time because that was one thing I was thinking is okay. Quarantine is GonNa make or break a lot of relationships right because now we're stuck at home with someone that you didn't like in the beginning and there's no getting away from it versus. I M madly in love with this person and now we're stuck together with the kids in the house. How do I keep that connection? So that we don't get drive each other crazy ants. I really think that the sex is important. You have to make it a priority so you know if if your thought processes turning the baby around staring at the wall for ten minutes then so be it. The baby's not going to know what's going on you know so you guys. Just have to prioritize Never Session.
"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"Guys and so sorry? Did your show a couple of months ago member in the yellow results L. Jaba Dusty and Stephanie Wolfe with US Today. And that's that's stout got you step back but doesn't was on about the rocket you guys listened about the rocket couple months ago we aired that show which Ryan you were there for that one so love for you to like Probably listen to it but like Stephanie. Stuff to talk about it more of the rocket they give you more stronger. Libido what Steph we would like to get your insight. You are well known in dealing with correcting sexual health issues. Hormonal imbalances You're the CEO of Nova's anti-aging center. Really we're we're having a discussion about why people in general and Ryan just opened up and shared his story white people in general why Ryan why we may be struggling with lack of sexuality. Sexual Drive During this really wild and chaotic time. So I'd love to get your expertise on what's going on with us. What's on in the world are we? We now have more proximity to our partners than ever. And why is that actually leading to a lack of sexual drive? Well you know. It's funny because I'm seeing both sides of the story right now in my clinic. I mean we are still open a couple of days a week and you know one of it is. This is very stressful. This is the most stressful event that will probably ever go through in our lives like in our lifetime. If you actually think about it so you know people are losing their jobs right. And they're not making any money. They can't pay their rent or their mortgage. They don't know how they're going to make ends meet. And so a lot of that stress is going to be placed on a relationship right so when you have that kind of stress on a relationship sexist. The last thing you're thinking about or some men whereas in other man they actually they have a higher libido higher sex drive there more horny is what. I'm hearing when they are under a lot of stress so it's interesting because you do see both sides and that's really for anything if you think about it. I mean that's all human here but You know all the stress besides all the stress and trying to figure out what what's coming up next as far as you know. Nobody knows when we're going back to where we can all speculate and nobody knows what the.
"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
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"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"I'm I'm in Idaho. You are in La that is correct. You have quite the growth on your face right now. So have you at judging by the looks of you you've completely given up on lines and I don't care how you look to the outside world. Is that accurate? I am social distancing. My friend does not matter what looked like the outside world right now But honestly dude up in Idaho. This would be like a junior veered. This would be like a starter kit beard up here. Two Boys appear runs. Some long beards like they're like four or five years deep on these things so I'm way behind if you'd run that out longer than that during the NHL like playoff days. No this the longest is the longest. I've ever had my beard. Keep it at just to see where it goes nose up trimmed with a couple of times trimmed up because it was getting wiry and bushy and just like just ridiculous looking but trimmed up a couple of times. But I don't know if I've ever seen you with the beard. You have to be clean shaven for work now. I don't I just don't want to ever look like you. I true choose to try to portray an image of Kenny themselves. And not someone who's given up on life and it's quite the look you looked like the unabomber in many ways which is interesting. I don't even know what he looks like. Your hair is very wash. Ty- right now though. I hope I hope. Danielle took a picture. Our INSTAGRAM L. I don't you worry to put you could put him up and put a side by side with Jim Period. From as 'cause he's got that part with the big WASCO into the other side it's very It's it's applied. Look look this is. I am a casualty of the quarantine in the coveted. Stay at home lockdown where you can't get haircuts we're just we're growing out and this is what it is you know like. I dig it. He By the way. Are you right now? Ryan and I are doing this phone. Call on Zoom. Are you standing at a stand up desk as I see you wiggling? It doesn't look like you are in a chair. I am at a stand up desk. You are in a share As to be expected that his a Beta move on your behalf. I'm an Alpha of core sued chooses to be a position as you in the Betas down behind the desk. I stand and yes I am to stand up. That's I bought this when we were all sent home to the quarantine. Yeah it's fun so I love you man. You're you're hilarious. And here's the thing about Alpha's Alpha's never have to tell people there l. tells everybody can sense. The Alpha is the Alto but when when somebody starts talking that they're the Alpha it means they are trying to prove something in Alpha's don't after Preuss Brooks let me tell you something. A Wolf does not concern himself with the opinion of sheep. I know you put that on my post the other day when I am wolves lead cheap in other wolves lead wolves It's good to see your face man. Haven't seen you for a long time and today's discussion. We're going to get into sex and quarantine sex and whether or not people are feeling sexual during this time or feeling not sexual. During this time we have a special guest coming on with us as well But I WANNA leave it up to you. The topic of this is Kinda. You wanted to share your story with what I'm in Idaho so I don't have much say about this my wife's back in La. I mean not much echoed on right here but I want to leave it up to you and share your story with how it's going for you. You wanted to open up and discuss. What your personal relationship. During this time because I know a lot of people it's been very difficult. Yeah by the way I will share where I am but just because you are an isolation in Idaho and Julianne is isolated in. La doesn't mean you're off the hook at questions for you as well. I will begin. Let it's it's more of the same for me in the sense of like what. I've always said the struggle is Is Making time for one another? And there's no no greater challenge than now when you have no childcare so you don't have school. They're all closed. Our child care our nanny who was part time. She has three kids of ground. And we've all tried to do the socially responsible thing which is to stay home and keep the circle closed and I'm also trying to work fulltime fulltime job remotely So really we're we're in survival mode. It's almost as if we're in the same position when we had our second child which is like unfortunately your sexual desires are from backburner in many ways to just trying to navigate the rigors of daily routine in that that begins for us at four fifteen in the morning. One of us is out because our our six-month-old is has been waking up at like four thirty four forty five so we have to get up. Eat the bottle and then it continues on until we put them down around six thirty six thirty five at night. So you're on for about fourteen hours and we're trying to trade off and I'm trying to carve out time during the day to give my wife a little bit of a break and all that is to say that in less the two kids miraculously are taking their naps in a similar timeframe in there. Some sort of overlapped. There's really no option to to to have sex with one another and I'm not GonNa get crucified. Saint you have to make what about at the end of the day. Yes I will tell you brooks at the end of the day. You're absolutely right. We finally put the kids down. That is the time that technically we could be intimate with her. But reality is this. We are so fried by the end of the day. Once we finally put the kids down we literally everyday high five one another and hug each other or like Oh my God and then we have a cocktail. We have our dinner. We Watch Tiger Ching and by the end of that. We're ready to go to bed because we gotta get Team next morning so it's really like A. It's it's easier said than done. It's not to say that we haven't had opportunities and capitalize on them. But it's it's not it's not easy do I wanNA. I WanNa commend you for sharing. Because that's real talk like that. We WanNa do on this on this. Podcast have real discussions that that don't tip toe around issues. We actually dive right into them. So I WANNA commend you for sharing that in anybody who out there would be wanting to crucify you for saying that. I mean it's it's real life like it's an another thing that you said in areas like if they do miraculously take a nap at the same time. You're still working a fulltime job right now. So are you in a meeting? Can you get away on Zoom Cali? Do This podcast. Are you busy? Are you distracted? Are you working on something for all of those stars to align to have a little brief period like that? I mean you might as well buy lottery. It's almost So I don't i. I empathize with you. Man Kids like I just have a dog and the dog is a lot. I can't imagine for people that don't haven't listened to. The show are new to the show. You have a six month old and a two and a half year old right. That's right. Yeah and so being at home. We're GONNA fulltime job trying to help your wife out. Your wife is looking after the kids all day long. You're trying to help her out. I can imagine you guys are just exhausted by six o'clock and you can take the kids anywhere to their. There's nowhere you can go so you're really confined to your home and you know amy has said to me in. Amy's perfect world. She says what what what about. When you put the kids down like you can't sentence Yeah Okay I guess you're right like technically we as I said you go through a one of our days of fourteen hours being on on on dealing with all that in like you just get to the poorer. You're now you're hungry. You haven't had to have a meal yet meal all day where you sat down without a kid hanging on you or responsibilities that you are trying to like adhere to in the middle of your meal. So there's something refreshing about just sitting next to each other on the couch and turning on an episode of something and just relaxing so okay but it will for you my friend to help with this issue and help everybody out there. Everybody else out there with this issue We have a special guest for you. Oh special guests. Go solve.
"brooks" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
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"brooks" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Mind as we're all now learning the Oh with the new reality. That's part of it. The other part is learning how to train your body To synchronize with your mind keeping your brain in shape and doing the same with your body so who better to talk to right now than former NHL our brooks lag as a number of ways. You can follow on Instagram at open gym at Brooks like also you can listen to the how men think podcast. WanNa get into that a little bit later on. But let's stop my long winded intro and welcome brooks like to the podcast. How are you Brooke? I'm GonNa let you keep going. You want to keep going with that inshore you go. It's nice to hear. Then when he was in Washington he invented the curved stick. He was the first player to ever put tape on his thick taught. Alexander Ovechkin had to take a one timer my rate on any of those things. All of all of buddy. I'M GONNA claim I'm going to claim all of those mind. Let's take so much for doing this. As we mentioned up top we talked a couple of weeks ago about about mindfulness and how to how to mentally approach the new reality that we're all going through and this is why open gym for a lot of people. I is is a real godsend. It's helping to keep people physically active with different challenges. Each and every day enough of my words in your words. Describe Open Gym. We'll open. Gym IS A. It's a training program. We have an APP. But it's a training program geared towards keeping people activit-. That's the main thing so physical activity in my life has been a blessing not only for performance but also for general just for general wellness and wellbeing in health in my life and so when. I came out of Hockey. I always loved as a player. I always loved the the physical challenge. I loved intense physical activity and so it was just part of who I was trained for. Hopkinson was thirteen and then when I came out of hockey I knew that I would have to continue to have intense physical activity as part of my day. It's just how I express myself. That's how I feel alive. It's as much a mental challenge as a physical ones. I just knew it was going to be a part of my life and myself and my good friend. Matthew who won the Cross did affiliate series across Games affiliates. Who is three times stood of an athlete? He was retiring from. Cross it at the same time and we just kind of blended our ideas some hockey trains and cross training. We created open gym which is a program to serve the masses. We have a Body Weight Program which is twenty minutes a day that his body weight only which most people do. That's our biggest community. Then we have a cross train program which is an hour a day which is for people the weekend warrior the Grudge Gene Person. Somebody that's got some dumbbells maybe barbell. Maybe a rower just some light at home gym equipment and then we have the pro version. Which is what matinee idol which is like four to five hours of intense training day for somebody that wants to be a pro athlete. So that's the long winded version of it. We also have an Arab programs thirty days of ADS. But really it's a way for me to give back by self and Matt to give back to people to share what we've learned over twenty years of athletics and give this to people in our mission when we started open gym was to make high level fitness available enjoyable and affordable to everybody. So that's kind of what we've done. I was GONNA say yeah. This is a wonderful tool and this morning because I'm one of these people. That's you know I've got my garage. Jim All set up and I find myself doing the same workout day in and day out. Yeah because it works for me but it's not much of a challenge and as a senior off the second. Go the minute this is done. I'm going to try the Toronto one. Tell people what the Toronto is in to. How did you come up with that name for it? So we have. We have what we call signature open gym workouts and these are workouts that we're to retest from every four to six months To gauge how we improved our fitness and the reason we call the program open gym is because we want it to be open to any gender any race any age any high anyway any fitness level. It's open you are welcome here. And so we create these bodyweight signature workouts. Toronto is one and we named him with different cities from around the world. Because I also love the traveling. I love to work out when I travel. I still love to stay fit. And I'll find myself in different cities and areas of the world and I'll create workouts and then just name for when I was there so Toronto is a movement of fifty man makers four-time you can do it with body weight or you can do it with dumbbells but it's an exceptional challenge. I did it with fifty pound dumbbells. You guys conceded on my instagram. And it's one of the hardest work I don't know of. I'll ever do it again. But it's a it's a fun I don't I just love challenge. I love creative towns. And that's the other part Jeff. You just mentioned you do the same thing every day very rarely. We'll retest these signature workouts because they're a great measure of how we've improved our fitness over time but other than that. It's a new workout a new sequence every single day in open gym. You'll barely ever do the same workout twice so you congratulations given people another reason to hate Toronto Buddy. You know what this is GonNa do. Elliot though this is this is going to tear you up like a bad report card when when it's going to be in be late matches off and you're going to have this Beer that's going to distract us the whole time. That's the way I look at. It absolutely now brooks just out of curiosity how much different you train yourself now that you're a quote unquote regular human as opposed to a day by day hockey player. Now I do more broad. I mean I cover every gamut of fitness so when I trained for hockey I would always asked my trainer. This disease directly applied to making me a better player on the ice. There's no sense in doing heavy overhead pressing right because you never overhead and hockey so the only reason you redo that would maybe to build some shoulders to be able to absorb in give contact but that movement just never transition to making you a better player so now. I'll do all kinds of gymnastics. I'll do more Olympic lifting. I'll do a lot of powerlifting. Do a Lotta handstand walking all different kinds of elements of fitness than I never got to do. Because everything I did before was pretty much single egg explosive power core development the ability to to snap your hips lot of mobility. I still do a lot of mobility but I only trained sports specific before now. I'm actually having a lot more fun because I don't have to train that way anymore. I'm not limited to a certain amount of things. I can really open the dammit and train all kinds of fitness now. I think it's an excellent thing. This is so important. Now mean were you. Are you have a bit better weather than you know? Some of us were were in Toronto. And you can't stay out as long. It's Rondo and generally you can't stay out as long generally right now because of the social distancing everyone's being asked to do but I I think this is so important. I mean this is going to be a real Mental Challenge for. Everyone and I think physical exercise is so important to that. I I think it's fantastic. That look Connor. Mcdavid as we're doing this interview. He just launched his own version of this. This is a great thing that you and others doing. I appreciate it and good luck. I'm glad that he's saying I would love to see like what he has personally done. In participate in some of the exercises that he's personally done And just at this time in general when we talk about a human's life we talk about the five factors of health. It's how you move how you rest or sleep. How you eat how you think and how you connect with people. So let's move rest. Think eat and connect with people and right. Now we're able to control four out of those five for sure you can get some movement right in. I'm like with the body program in the space of four or five feet. You can get some movement. You can get proper rest. You can control what you eat right now because we're not eating out so much I mean we're we're cooking at home. You Gary Healthy Choices. The thinking one I think is is going to be an issue for people that people I think are starting to develop some anxiety. Maybe some stress some stress with some financial stuff. You know what's the security of their job?.
"brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"It's interesting anthology three. You tell the story that each step along the way. Is You going to school? And then going back to one thing that really stuck with me. Was Ye talk about how your bouncer? And as a bouncer you learn. which songs pack the dance floors, and which ones don't right? Where is school for you? Now school just started at Notre Dame I could fill up three legal pads with what I learned in two hours on that stage everything from which way the grading in the flooring is going on everything from that to where the points go out as opposed to the clusters. You're just taking notes. The whole time while the crowd is spur in Uganda. Just go crazier while. On a bigger better, the crowd should live. At the entertainer should live in the moment of start. Up because if you can surprise them. They will surprise you. So, you were talking about where the points go. You're talking about the layout of the stage, right? You now do I. Have This right? You had a whole new stage for the Notre Dame show. which you're scrapping and building another stage for the stadium tour, yeah, the Notre Dame show was supposed to be the blueprint for but what we did with Notre Dame was. We realized all the things that work really well on the things that don't. What are some of those things? Give me an example wasn't working, so let's take the cowboys star, so the cowboys star looks like a star on a badge. Right so at one point the point is going to be facing fifty yard line one side of the stadium, but the other side has two legs on it that neither one of them face the middle of the stadium so never. Are you getting to play to more than fifty percent of the audience at any time in the round? That was a big lesson so now replace it with a Mariner Star, which points north south, east and West. Along eight year East and West because the field is longer than it is wide, and now you're getting closer to everyone because the whole thing with us as it all starts with the very first premises. We don't Golden Circle. You don't pay more to be on the floor. Then you do at the very top of the stadium. It's all luck of the draw when you see, somebody said if you're up high and you see, somebody's sitting on the second row. They just got the luck of the draw and computer win. Flag went down for the Dick it on sale every ticket, the same price that somehow we've always always done never done the golden circle where the closest is more expensive and get no offense against people that do that. It's just never been our thing because it just makes the crowd one family, so you've always kept it. Every ticket is the same price sure. There's a philosophy on merchandise to for me. We didn't come from money so anything you can ever get that. You feel like you gotta steal on our bargain on. It fits better. It tastes better all that stuff, so it's pretty cool. Man You, so you do you merch? You do it out of one hundred percent cotton, so it's GonNa last forever I see those shirts twenty years later at Concerts I. See those shirts on Ebay they. They. Look brand new still so that's what we do and they're not fifty seventy five bucks, a piece of twenty five bucks piece something like that and it's cool. A my thing is as an entertainer. Your what they call working. Okay, this has never been working ever less time. I work does roofing houses when I was twenty three did this. Is You come out of the hole and they look at the ticket. They see the price. They look at the stage, the lighting rig everything and they go. Holy Crap show and he started yet and I feel like I got. My money's worth already now when you come out of the hole, that crowds happy. That crowd is not sitting there going okay, you better make this worth it never and when you get to come out to their, it turns to a party like that, and then the party goes all night long. It's fantastic man because. You're never playing a GIG for the gig itself. You're always play in the GIG for the next time you come back, you want to be invited back. And I have shamelessly at the concerts had such a good time like in Notre Dame and just pretty much invited myself back because I'm having the best time in the arena and stadium..
"brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Be Anthology series put together by Brooks with help from Warren Zan's. The former guitarist of a band called the del goes, who went on to write a really biography of Tom? Petty a few years ago, functions as an oral history of Garth, life and career, told by Garth in those alongside him, the latest volume again hardcover book packed with five CDs is particularly rich in well constructed. It tells the story of Garth's growth is alive performer and begins with the nineteen ninety seven HBO. Concert broadcast HBO's I ever with the country performer when Brooks played to a crowd of nine hundred and eighty thousand people in Central Park in New York City. And then it goes back to his childhood. Is College years. Is I absent at playing music professionally and his explosive popularity in the nineteen nineties when his albums live shows and television special made country, the biggest commercial power in American popular music. How? One of my favorite details comes in the mid eighties when Brooks was touring Oklahoma as a member of the band Santa Fe. As he it's planted Santa Fe love Southern, Rock, and Brooks love George Strait. Perhaps the greatest of the neo traditional centers, Super honky-tonk values back at the center of Country Music in the nineteen eighties. Aw! We went into these dancehalls, its planes brooks, and it was exactly what those places needed. Because during the breaks from the live band, the DJ's would be playing rock and pop. Where we brought the rock and roll. Feel right into the live set. Off. They're also set records. So today. When you hear Florida Georgia and rainy degrading hip hop pop into their country sound. They're expanding on the lessons. Brooks in the dance halls of Oklahoma playing with Santa Fe and then put into his music moving forward. When Kenny Chesney pack stadiums with his country meets Jimmy. Buffett vibe well. He's drawing on how Brooks transformed country with his Queen Vibe or his James Taylor vibe. You could say the same thing for Taylor swift who seems to have soaked up some business lessons from Brooks? He owns his masters in your remains very cautious about digital music, his music now streams and his downloadable through Amazon but only because Amazon last year absorbed the online music store that Brooks himself had launched in twenty, fourteen early on anthology part three. Garth describes the stage as a pulpit. You're either seen from it or you're watching it, he says. And as you're about to hear, he does sound a bit like a preacher when he starts talking about music. I think the only other artists I've ever spoken with WHO is compulsively quotable and is intensely passionate about the dynamic between the audience and the performer his Bruce springsteen. So without further ADO. Church his in session. In the sermon this week. It's pretty good. Garth Brooks welcomed inside the studio. So. We're actually inside your studio, so let me welcome you inside the studio. We have got a lot of ground to cover got a new volume of anthology anthology three. which has you new live album triple live? We've got your upcoming stadium tour. Your upcoming studio album, but let's start with a show. You played just recently Notre Dame, which was filmed for something else upcoming. Special in December and this turned out to be a bit of a neither rain, nor sleet nor snow, nor heavy winds can stop garth brooks from his appointed rounds. It was one of those things where you were worried that the weather was gonNA. Take Front, stay, center, stage and right before showtime everything just kind of went on. Day started off with Nice weather temperature drops. I started to get rain, and then Hale and then snow right, so it was, it was like in typical day in Ireland. It was cool man, so the greatest days start with the night before Friday night. We do this thing called student soundcheck. It's a new tradition that will have with the stadium tour and students with ninety get in free and faculty and staff have to pay like a ten dollar fee to get in, and then all that money goes back to a scholarship for the college were playing, so we were expecting what maybe five hundred six hundred would have been fantastic. Thirty, three, hundred thirty four hundred people shows up this thing so all of a sudden now soundcheck. The concert. And it was great, and it kind of set the tone for the whole weekend, and it was miserable that night misty rainy everybody was soaking wet in the stands on the stage, but nobody seemed to care and that kind of set the whole attitude for the weekend. What made you pick Notre Dame? Notre Dame kind of picked us. We're supposed to take this year off and a guy named Rob Beckham at W. Emmy. Call me one day and he goes. I know you're taking the year off, but. But there's a phone call I think you're GonNa WanNa take and just due to music business mergers everything that's changing always now. Some of the most prolific colleges in our history are opening up for the first time. Ever have concerts and their stadium at Notre Dame was the first one to make the call, so never been a concert in that space before never so it was, it was pretty cool and they when you the sweet thing was. They're the nicest people on the planet at Notre Dame. But immediately you realized they've never had a concert. Because none of them knew anything about concerts, so it was pretty good. You got to hold their hand. They got the hold our hand because we don't do stadiums and it was a good marriage so good that right in the middle of everything right in the middle of the concert that night. What it only makes sense. We had forty five thousand tickets into the on sale thirty minutes into the on sale. We still had sixty some thousand people in the waiting room, so you are not able to do another show because he's just unique, individual shows they were so sweet so good during the show that I said I. Tell You what let's just make a date. And right there and trust me. I know all our people are having a heart attack, so we're going to start the stadium tour Notre Dame and we're going to end the American leg of it back in Notre Dame will come full circle. I was just talking to some of your team here and that announcement came as a surprise. was that a spur of the moment thing for? Anybody. That's listened to do this reliving. Notre Dame the. Greatest Community way to sound and Stadium Dan. It's heaven you know in in field of dreams that hey this have no, it's Iowa. It's Notre. Dame is heaven when you get. So you call that audible onstage routed the tour. Right then and there, and it's really interesting how the book portion of it functions as an oral history of your life, because he's telling the story of you as a performer going back to the very very beginning, but one interesting thing. That stuck out to me was. I forget who said it, said you get a set list. It doesn't mean anything. Here see pirates of the Caribbean. And that rules are more like guidelines. That's what a settlers so is that still the case you're gonNA. Call audibles. Yes, it's all we did in Notre Dame because it's ever changing at ever been to Gar. Show the one thing you're going to know more than anything is. The guy that's name is on the Markie is not the boss. It's the people in the seats. They're the boss where they WANNA go. We go, so it makes it fun for us so instead of the Fed player knowing well. This is what I do I'm GonNa Fiddle here fill the fiddle player is holding both the guitar and fiddle in his hand looking at you because he knows he's ready. The lighting guy the lighting guys telling all the guys standby standby because I get a boom. We're going a different song and everything now is so computer program with video and media. Those guys in the back room are going crazy when you change things up, but the.
"brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Iheartradio presents inside the studio. I'm your host. Joe Lee this time out we road trip down to Nashville to talk with Garth Brooks Garth told me about volume three of his anthology series which includes his new triple live album and we also talked about his recent concert. Four eighty four thousand people at Notre Dame Stadium and he shared details about the stadium. Tour is kicking off next March as well as the studio album. He's releasing next year which he hasn't gotten around to giving a name to yet. Despite the fact that he released a single from it a rocking honky-tonk called all day long last June right now the the basic working title is the fun album. Just a lot of fun on this record. It is untitled on Amazon. Yes it is untitled. Drives THEM CRAZY. Because everything's Data. They know exact but this one just hasn't been named yet so it's the fun album because it's all about fun. There's a cowboy song on their a song called. That's what cowboys do. And there's a song on their called party grow just talking about how Mardi Gras for us guys of never heard this term before just a honky Tonkin Halloween. And that's what it is. And so it's just fun drill. Cajun Zydeco but yet same time real country and I think that's what I do so my thing is you never chase whatever's cool today. Congratulations for WHO's cool. But you gotta be true to who you are. 'cause the last thing you want to do is walk. Had they were going okay? Let's go over this. Who Am I today? The greatest gift of ever been given by the people that come to see us is. They allowed me to be me a be. Okay they recognize you as a human being the greatest compliment hereto. Walking with the four ladies are GONNA remain. Nameless does walking with them and one of the girls. The one that was never said anything she goes. You know you always just appear to me as one of us. That just got lucky. Sweetest thing anybody's ever said to me. You just one of US got lucky. Because that's how I feel. Meaning you're still you're still regular person. Yeah I'm still the the guy that's just full.