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"brubaker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Punchless pirates lost to the Reds on the road for 21. Just five fits for them. While Joe Musgrove gave up three runs in the first inning alone. The good news was future closer Blake Siegel into made his major league debut with 123 inning. He hit 99 on the radar gun. Yeah, I wasn't really worried about my deal. I knew with drilling and be there, but I wasn't exactly happy with my slider today. Think it over but me work on this week. J. T. Brubaker starts against Luis Castillo tonight in Cincinnati. 6 40 on the fan. Steelers return to practice today wondering what it's going to look like on the offensive line tackle Zach Banner is out for the season with his knee injury guard. Stephon was new skis. Pectoral injury may not be all that bad. We don't know about David to Castro. Could Mike Tomlin move Matt filer back to tackle. You know, we're making some moves in the office of line and so you know, I won't speculate on what depth of the pecking order will be until we have the necessary business. But I do like the playoff man guard. I do like the plate and he had last night and I know that he is tackled capable and so I'm sure that will be an element of the discussion at the appropriate time. That move, reportedly assigning Gerald Hawkins off Houston's practice squad. Hawkins was drafted by the Steelers in 2016. Tomlin says he's leaving the light on this week for James Connor, who left with an ankle injury on Monday night stealers or home against Denver Sunday at one New York's Jordan Everly scored 12.5 minutes into the second overtime to give the Islanders a 21 win over the Lightning. Tampa Bay still has a three to Siri's lead there. A new Washington Capitals coaches, former Flyers and Predators coach Peter Laviolette from the Pittsburgh Senior benefits Advisor. Sports Desk Jim Colony. NewsRadio, 10 20 Katy K. Sports Don't Just listen for the news react to it. It's the radio Morning show in Larry, Richard and Kevin Battle. Hiring could be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is a very difficult hands. So I.
"brubaker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Just five fits for them while Joe must grow, gave up three runs in the first inning alone. The good news was future closer Blake Siegel into made his major league debut with 123 inning. He hit 99 on the radar gun wasn't really worried about my deal. I knew with drilling and be there, but I wasn't exactly happy with my slider today. Think it over but me work honestly. J. T. Brubaker starts against Luis Castillo tonight in Cincinnati. 6 40 on the fan. The Steelers returned to practice today wondering what it's going to look like on the offensive line tackle Zach Banner is out for the season with his knee injury guard. Stephon was new skis. Pectoral injury may not be all that bad. We don't know about David DeCastro. Could Mike Tomlin move Matt filer back to tackle. You know, we're making some moves in the office of line and so you know, I won't speculate on what depth of the pecking order will be until we have that necessary business, But I do like the playoff man guard. I do like the plate and he had last night and I know that he is tackle capable and so I'm sure that will be an element of the discussion at the appropriate time. That move, reportedly assigning Gerald Hawkins off Houston's practice squad. Hawkins was drafted by the Steelers in 2016. Tomlin says he's leaving the light on this week for James Connor, who left with an ankle injury on Monday night stealers or home against Denver Sunday at one New York's Jordan Everly scored 12.5 minutes into the second overtime to give the Islanders 2 to 1 win over the Lightning. Tampa Bay still has a three to Siri's lead. They're the new Washington Capitals, coaches, former Flyers and Predators coach Peter Laviolette from the Pittsburgh Senior benefits Advisor. Sports Desk. Jim Colony. NewsRadio, 10 20 Katy K. Sports Katy K. Radio Morning show. Larry Richard and Kevin Battle. The first.
"brubaker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Radio 10 20 It's Roberto Clemente Day in Pittsburgh. Let's start with Pirates and Jim Colony. Thanks, Larry and Good morning, everyone. Pirates rally for two runs in the eighth inning, another in the ninth and beat the White Sox 5 to 4. Kevin Newman's bases loaded bouncer to the pitcher knocked in pinch runner Jason Martin. When the catcher dropped the ball. Another walkoff for Newman, albeit not the way he drew it up, You know, to get spot to be in time, so you know, just went out there and Um, you know, trying to make trying to make contact, but I don't know, but, um, you know, we got the wind So Newman and Josh Bell both had two hits Keep Bryan Hayes tripled. Joe Musgrove struggled in the first inning but made it through four scoreless. Richard Rodriguez the winning relief. J. T. Brubaker schedules start again Chicago's Dane Dunning on Roberto Clemente today. 705 on the fan. J P Roofing preview at 5 40. The Steelers will be without Pro Bowl guard David Castro when they open the season Monday at the Meadowlands to Castro's been slowed by a knee injury, which he aggravated in a training camp scrimmage, says he hopes to be back ASAP. Meanwhile, Mike Tomlin acknowledges versatility it running back, but he's counting on one guy in particular. There is no question about who our bell Callie is our Belk, Alice's James Connor and he's our primary. Balto. Word from Denver is at Broncos Pass rusher Von Miller will miss this season with a torn tendon in his ankle pit opens its season Saturday afternoon against Austin P four o'clock at Heinz Field on the fan. In the NHL. Vegas beat Vancouver three Nothing behind Robin Leonard, who made 24 saves in the Western Conference finals, tied at a game apiece from the Pittsburgh Senior benefits Advisor. Sports Desk. I'm Jim Colony. NewsRadio, 10 20, Katy K. Sports. Thanks, Jim and we are going to talk to Steve Blasts a pirate for life about Roberto Clemente. That'll be right after the news at 8 30 this morning on video and on your radio. It's the Katy K Radio Morning show Larry, Richard and Kevin Battle. So this is it a big weekend? If you're a.
"brubaker" Discussed on KNSS
"Into once turned into on the season was just about unconditional love there's no motive other than that your server and then we come out of some sense of professional shop I can ever be serviced you please let me know I will send you my contact information the only person on the Hudson River website because she like to join John Brubaker is a very good friend of mine he speaks volumes about your integrity character so well good morning let me know if I can be of service means connect sometime during the season want to run into Mumbai a dinner or something okay over not letting thank you so much bye bye that phone call also says a lot of turning to be operating at the highest level of your profession as he is in to make the time to call someone someone you don't know just to tell them how impressed you are behind them and how they their lives I think we could do that more in our lives I know that I can for our American stories and what a story I think that may be my favorite right up there with Ralph.
"brubaker" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Gloves by and and Brianna and he took too long you wanted to put it down on the ice he hesitated and they just called a a debt and the debt the box on the flight well they had to get hustled over getting down there so to start out this five minutes twenty two seconds and you get two hundred foot players from Maynard and eleven and a face off in the Tigers in fall over on the dot Windsor cap dump it into the corner and will it will grab it a lower court will it lead them out feeding to Brubaker whistles within it runs around to the other side and will it keeps it in at the blue line feeds your side will it at the two Brubaker who gets it back to will it breaker to his office back to group breaking for the one timer knocked away by showing them the corner grant by our I. T. Moretz has it he feeds can solve his neighborhood to Brubaker again his this major penalty in two shots with the bodies information but their lives will pick the right to the side of the building the shooting up into the top corner from sharp angle Caleb it's gets that goal it puts the Tigers up three to eleven fifty left in the third and again still on the power play for another four minutes is all right ninth goal of the season premiere writes a freshman out of Fairbanks Alaska and a big one there gives attackers a three two lead hi Levin forty to go there's still three forty five to go with the man advantage for our I. T. after the faceoff Tigers have the puck in the neutral zone a back up to the wrong house J. hammock who picks it up no remote around he trying to take away the higher than that is going to be cook cook road in rows trip to the park by Cameron Cameron has it in the circle the fees to McKay high in the slot he sends it to Nicholson at the blue line rotate over on the far side now they send it down low they bring it back up high in a bad play there by the Tigers got away from you we all the way out to the neutral zone to everybody touch up yet on side and there's still three oh five to go on the tiger power play now Hammacher comes in one against gore lost the puck could save by Cameron Cameron feeds to the blue line your side will it will it comes in pass across broken a player forced to Penske gets it to manning balconies attached short handed here manning comes in takes a shot against manning a Shorty oh my god at three apiece what a.
David Rabe Reads John Updike
"High David so I know some other ideas came up but updike was pretty much the first writer you thought of Reading for the PODCAST. Why was that He's been he's sort of been in my mind for. Since I started writing or thought about writings he he was always meaningful to me. And then there's a period of time where I stopped reading him. I just willfully stop because I felt like it was the only way to right the way he just doing it and so I just stopped I can remember talking to friends and I would kind of even develop some harsh opinions of of him that were really authentic on some level right based on just the need to Kinda separate. What for you is at the heart of his appeal Yeah I mean it's funny way. We we have you know. There's kind of a cross of backgrounds in a way. I think I just trip. I remember like he wasn't that much older than me. When I was in college? He was being published regularly New Yorker and everybody Where I was living at the time? I'm in college. You know who was interested in writing was very attuned to the New Yorker and he was published very young. I'm not sure what he started in the New Yorker in his early twenties. Yeah so you felt well. It's possible he's done it so that's sort of. It's been part of my brain for a long time. I think his these inhabited part of it for a long time and at that point in college. Were you thinking of writing fiction and not place. Yeah Yeah I started the whole creative. Things started wanting to be an actor. I thought then the college I went to didn't have a theater department but but we had a a professor teacher priests teacher who is really very good and you is a published poet which was significant to us but he had a class so I was in for like three years and it was all prose or poetry and the first story. You thought of reading was Updike's the sandstone farmhouse which was too long to read on on the podcast. What made you pick the other side of the street? I heard that similar in a way in in terms of the territory and It's it's a smaller version of similar work. I think but that hallway. He can mash the present with the past and keep it very alive and not seem forced to. It's just something that I admire and do you. I think the other side of the street is is very characteristic of updike or is it more off the beaten path for him I think it's characteristic in a way but it's kind kind of off the beaten path in its small us in its But he does that very well. So that's the that was why I picked it really right. Well we'll talk some more after the story free and now here's David Rabe reading the other side of the street by John. Updike the other side of the street for that. His lawyer told Faucet you need a notary public in this state. They're the ones who handle car title. Changes Faucet hadn't lived in his home state for forty years and only his mother's death had brought him back. He was taking possession of his meager inheritance inheritance cleaning out her sad cramped apartment. He lived far to the west and the climate and vegetation and even the quality of light light here in. Pennsylvania seemed strange. The afternoon light was dying in the windows. The Leaf is trees in the courtyard below. Where sinking into a well of darkness s with a silvery November glitter as if after an ice storm Leeming on their upper twigs? He looked in the phone book under Notary Republics and one listed at two six two Chestnut Street Hayes. Ville leap to his I a woman. Georgina are Mueller. She answered the phone and sounded excessively cheerful and helpful but perhaps that was just the regional manner which he had slowly lost. He suggested that ladies it was their the transaction must wait until tomorrow but she told him going that extra mile with him the way people in Pennsylvania did no. I'm open here until L. A.. Lot of people you know can't get to you except in the evenings you'll need the car title the Insurance Card Your own driver's license and what we call the short certificate it'll say short certificate letters testamentary across the top. Yes I they have those. My lawyer gave me plenty. Now let me tell you how to find my house. You come out the afraid Pike. I Know Faucet Taller I used to live across the street at two sixty one did you though. What did you say your name was? He told her but it rang. Nobel was a longtime ago. He apologized just after the war. I was a child. We moved away when I was twelve. Is that a fact. Well it's still a house to be proud of Brubaker. Sold it you know. This name meant nothing to him. A younger couple has bought it and sold off the back. Half of the lot really. It wasn't that big a lot in the first place. The Vegetable Garden had been down there. and his mother's Rove peonies and the ESPECIA- This shingle chicken house which is grandfather had had built and the little fenced in yard where his grandmother used to be had chicken with a hatchet on the stained old stump within the chicken house there was a liquid clucking and musty stench of chicken. Dong and there were fascinating. Glass egg scattered about in the Straw. OUGHTA give the stupid hands. The idea of laying. Well I know George in Mueller side. But that's how they do things. These days the crowd the houses in in this is considered a desirable neighborhood. It always was also told her. That's why grandfather bought the place back in the twenties. I'll be there around seven. I got to get a bite to eat. I've been lugging junk all day. There was no need to tell her about all this but perhaps he was gaining back. garl- is local manner faucet new the way but was slightly confused by the traffic lights which had multiplied to play in Hayes valley since he was last there a mall spread itself where there had been field. A new high school flat and low reminded need him of an airport. Along the low side of Chestnut street trees have been cut down on the curb pushed back without the trees his his old street had a baroness that made the houses some frame. Some brick appear exposed and
"brubaker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Stephanie brubaker home staging and she's been my professional home stager for five years. She is amazing. And so we're we're kind of wrapping up the show today. But during the break, she was telling me about this really cool statistic. Which of course, I've heard many times. But once you lay autumn, Stephanie gives us great home staging stat. Well, I double checked at this morning to make sure that I had the most current reflection of its assistant, and I do and that is that the vast majority of homes like eighty five. Five percent of them that are staged will sell for six to twenty five percent more than the house down the street that has left vacant. That's a lot of money six to twenty five percent more. That's that's crazy. That's our big dollars. And then then they sell faster faster on average about seventy seventy percent faster than their unstaged counterpart who'd be interested in that. Really? Yeah. Oh my gosh. Now, what are the common things people worry about? But yeah, what are you gonna put my house is it going to be to country to modern? Yes. Is it going to be not nice enough for my granite bay neighborhood is in this neighborhood where it's it's overdone. I don't know if there's such a thing is overdone. I think it's it's really when I go in some of the I won't name the neighborhoods. But when I go into areas that aren't as, you know, nice. Maybe the school districts are or kind of. I mean, I've sold rental properties my own properties there, and we make them look amazing. Yeah. And they sell like the first week in like ten twenty thousand over the price of any home that's ever sold. I'm sure it's just because I put daisies in the front yard. But we stage the lights out of them. It makes the difference. What what are your thoughts on staging like people were to modern Regan put my house? How do you do that something to keep in mind is that we work really hard to not alienate any potential buyer? So we are going to take into consideration the area that the home is in the style of the home the style of the fixtures. Inside the flooring the wall color. We're going to take all of that into consideration. So that we can appeal to the biggest amount of buyers. So if you have a farmhouse style rustic home, then that's the direction we're going to lean into with the decor of the staging. Whereas if you've chosen ultra-modern marble career, marble island, then we're going to lean a little bit toward the modern. But what would we try to do is stay in that real middle ground where we're going to appeal to the most buyers, we're not gonna turn anybody off by being too extreme in our decor style. No such thing. Now, if you're out there in your thirty five years, your sports. Nut your your living rooms painting kings, purple idea K greater in the family room. And you think wow aging that is not Seiichi. But. You'd need a lotta help. You did a lot of help. So you don't have to worry about those types of things going on now. Some people are like, well, what if my home gets broken into and all the staging gets taken. We've probably had that happen once or twice twice. Yeah. That's pretty rare. It's unusual. Yes. Exactly. So that's the kind of thing, you know, you just cross that bridge when you get to it. But here's the deal if if you're out there, and you want her to come.
"brubaker" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Puck at the blue line and was off side was and when Brown mishandled that he was straddling the blue line. But when he fumbled balance Walea was the guy coming with speed you see so many teams on their zone entry on the power play. How trying to hit that man with speed. Well, first of all you have to get the puck into him. He didn't balance way loft side. Good for air force. They'll get an offensive zone. Faceoff three twelve lifting the first period. No score sixty four seconds left to the Tigers. Power. Tigers win the draw and there and brubaker leads them out slowly. Skating right to left. Gets to Willett to Valenzuela. He'll spin it in behind Christoph Lewis Brown. Trying to pick it up half wall. Nearside can't do it a clear try, and Tom latch, gotta stick on the shot at right into a RIT defender. So stick battle ensuing. Over here along near sidewalk. Valenzuela comes in gets control of feeds it across to the far circle. They get it to the hash marks dacas, and he can't control it. He retrieves it in the corner going they feed it back to the blue line. They catch. They get it to brubaker brubaker shot smothered down to on the ice to make the block was Matt cook. But is kept in play by the Tigers. Once again, we'll buzzing here by RIT dacas shot. He tried to go top shelf shot it over the head ability. Christoph it's on the back wall Christoffel watches over shoulder the power play as five more seconds to go and air force. Good job by pretty Tom lack. They get the clear and that'll kill off the rest of the tiger power play. Some hairy moments. But we're still scoreless. Two minutes left in the first period..
"brubaker" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Well, one thing you can do one thing you can do with Google photos. If if you have an image, you can then. Go in and you can do this on the iphone as you're doing it. As you're looking at the image. There's there's a place to look at the info it's actually that three dot menu in the upper right, hand corner says info, and at that point you can add a description, so you could say you could in the end description and the scriptures are searchable. So you can then in the description say, you know, this is for you know, HR brubaker before HR brubaker afterwards. And and by doing that, then you could search for those particular tags, and that information would would work from for the point of view photos. They had a program it said they had a program that was very good to do exactly what you wanna do call Picasso. And I know I can hear. Yeah. They don't they bought it. And then killed it. Yeah. Because that that exact I think so that's the kind of thing you're looking for isn't it? Yes. I understand. Yeah. Well, Google was say, well, everything you do with Picasso. You can do with Google photos, but I would add. Yeah. Just not as easily not as intuitively. So it's a little bit disappointing. I. No, you're not going crazy. I mean, it's is that what I just described that process of than opening info. And adding the Infos at not is that a nonstarter for you. Document management. So i've. Yeah. I just wish. Yeah. So you understand that issue of tech Sanni? It's photos. Don't have any text information. It's not you can't search for them. Right. And what the way Google tried to solve this with face recognition. And then there is some smarts. I mean, you search for dogs and find all your dog pictures, but you can't search for client names. Doesn't know that. So you kind of have to add that yourself. We're going to put the chat rooms coming up with a number of good articles on getting the most of Google photos that might give you some some clues. I'm thinking of though, maybe what you want. But you want this on iphone as well as on your desktop. You wanted everywhere. I want to be at a client's house and. Yeah. See that's the advantage of Google photos. Eight oh, it is on all of the devices. You described I could recommend a windows app. For instance, that would do it. But it wouldn't be on your eye phone her ipad..
"brubaker" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"And in this new friend of mine, he was telling me about what he had to fill in as a soccer coach is whatever that league is. The kids saw is one of his kids and he didn't know anything about soccer, but they got up to two nothing real quick. And so he's like y'all, y'all are doing great, killing them. You know, skill is really pour it on. They actually called a time out. The opposing team's coach came out into the middle of the the referee brought him out to the middle of the field, and they said, you gotta stop talking. We don't keep score in this league and he was like, I don't know. I mean, we'll world are we living in with this thing where you don't? I promise you in life, keeps score. Life keeps where you're going to have a boss that keeps score. You're gonna have a manager. You're gonna, have you know, I mean, if you're in sales, God forbid they're keeping score and so an off you have, sorry, kids doesn't have tenure like that professor, you hadn't school Boston tenure as exactly right, that's exactly right. So it's an interesting world we live in here. That's why I say, I love the aspect of success, principles and leadership in all of these things coming out from a coach's perspective because we won my my high school baseball coach who was a heavy influence on me. He used to say, champions win the last game of the season. They win the last game of the season, no way around it. If you're going to be the champion, you won the last game of the season no matter what sport you play and and we were taught to win, man. We, you know, we didn't bring our baseball gloves. The first week of baseball practice slash tryouts every year. We didn't. We weren't allowed even bring a baseball glove to practice for the first week because we weren't going to be playing baseball. We're going to be running and running and running. So he never had to cut anyone from the team. They cut themselves. If you can hang in there, guess what? You got a uniform. You might not have played, but you were on the team in. We always put the best out that we won multiple state championships the whole thing, but I'll tell you what it was. We learn how to compete and I don't understand the concept of apart from that. You know, I I don't see how the world operates away from that, but they've made it not not just something they don't do. They've made it a bad thing. You know, same people who are complaining about competition are complaining about competition online, using their twelve hundred dollar iphone x. how do you think that got the market? Exactly. Well, these are interesting as I advise everybody go to coach brew dot com coach be, are you John brubaker, get out there, get the books stadium status. You're going to want it and you know what you can order. You prefer people buying the book. You probably have some in the garage. Now you got to get rid of these things. I one of these digital readers, you know what I'm saying point I'm getting so everybody learns differently? Yes, three learning styles, visual auditory can static if your auditory just get it on Amazon, audible dot com. Your visual by it..
"brubaker" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"They have seen it all if they want to bring it down man, it'll be a barn fire for sure. We should read a book about that. Oh, my goodness, gracious. This is funny. This is funny. Well, you know what? What's the plan? You're gonna keep writing books. I read an interesting statistic. The other day, this is kind of depressing eighty five percent of people who buy book never open it. That's crazy. So self help is really a shelf help. They just stick it on shelf. I think a lot of people like to get those books and they put them up there just to look smart. So here's the plan within that statistic, there's another statistic of the fifteen percent who do open it up and read it seventy five percent of them only read one chapter. No kidding. No kidding. Yeah. So my plan is my next book will be one chapter long. Yeah. I'm not kidding. It'll be a good idea to be an introduction explaining what I just said, and then one big old chapter. Yeah, just put some blank pages in there with a lot of pretty pictures. You know, my friend, Michael Knowles with daily wire. Michael wrote a bestselling book, New York Times bestselling book and had no words in it, and it was called. All the things that Democrats, no, no, I dislike the title basically slam on what Democrats know and it was just a blank book being retired slash recovering coach. I have a book that I published just like that. It's called everything parents know about coaching and it's one hundred sixty blank pages. That's hilarious. Great concept. Best ideas, stolen one. You know you talk about that. I did a video couple years ago about literally. I did a couple of videos about little league in how crazy parents are in stuff like that. And we're living in a weird day and age. When you talk about here, here's the thing that kind of gets in my craw. This is an issue and hopefully our recorder here doesn't die on the batteries. We're gonna talk fast, but when we talk about things like success, you can't have success unless you're willing to compete. I don't care where you are in life. I don't care what you do. You got to compete. You got to compete with the guy and the cubicle next to you or whatever it may do. You gotta you got to compete. If you're going to raise your children, you have to compete with the voices in the forces of the outside that are pressing in circumstantial. On that, and but we live in this day and age of participation trophies, which I hate, and everybody looks at competition as being a bad thing. You know what I mean? There's football leagues that are out there for kids where like they don't allow cheering in the in the stands. They don't have apparent collapse or something like that. They get onto things like that. Funny thing with that. And you know, we're sitting here in a conference room and hotel in Boston down the street from Boston University. One of my friends, the sports psychologist, and he was at byu and he was explaining to me, they did a study and asked kids if you know what's one thing. We're gonna have a special game at the end of the year. This hockey season's youth hockey. And what's what's the one thing you want you want special uniforms? Do you wanna play like in a college arena? Would he wanted to? We don't want our parents to come. Really? Yeah. And that's interesting. What else? What other nuggets of wisdom did you glean from these kids? He said, what was a league where they stop keeping score like they didn't light up the scoreboard and keep score. We found out after each of the games. Those kids kept score anyway in their head, they all knew the war was even though it was outlawed. We're not gonna keep school or everyone gets a trophy. They all New Zealand, like their parents are ruined the experience trying to live vicariously through them and the kids all know what the score is, whether you're, you're quote, competing technically are not funny. I was. I just came back from a data we've done in Kabo in find that with some some friends that I made down there at the place where we stayed in and I was sitting next to them, they actually on the same plane coming back..
"brubaker" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"And I was, I knew that I was onto something years ago when I met Troy because they were interviewing me and him on TV, talk show, and so come in there. And I'm looking at this big tall guy in a might is that cowboy Troy. And I was like, I think it is, and he comes up to ten minutes. Talking doing you gotta the truck, and then I was like, holy crap this whilst you know these video. So that was kind of it was kind of crazy to me when I started realizing that people that I consider celebrities are watching these things in, and it was blew me away with stuff like that. He's a good guy. He's a great writer. Yeah, yeah, sharp is sharp. Is the count? Yeah, I like Trump. I need to see Troy. I need some Troy. I need more cowboy Troy in my life, but you and I have interacted a lot on Twitter. What do you think about social media, specifically, Twitter and things like that? The good bad is an evil is at the devil incarnate you, what do you think? I think it it's like wealth. You're like the wealthier. You are all does amplify who you really are. All social media does is amplify who you really are so good point. So it gives a lot of idiots a platform that probably shouldn't have because there's no barrier to entry, but I think that it's leveled the playing field for creators of all kinds artists. Musicians, authors, like all of a sudden a lot of the gatekeepers are eliminated right now, like look at what Uber did the taxi industry Airbnb to the hotel industry. Social media has kind of, you know, plowed over the gates to. Radio publishing the film industry like you can be an independent musician, author film producer and amplify your voice just like paramount. And it just like any other young brand Sony, whoever's exactly how I approached it years ago. So you go to the bad like everything else. And just I think if you don't have haters you probably you need haters if you wanna haters you probably doing something wrong, right? You're not. Well, it goes back to that thing of authenticity. You know, if you're if you're being real and being who you are, you're going to have people who don't like it. They're just not going to like it. I, I've always said that everybody has a voice these days whether they should or should not. They're not. Everybody necessarily has the responsibility to have that level of voice, but everybody has a voice in people have always used to be not everybody had it. You had to either be on television or on radio or an historically speaking, whether it was you had the poets in the in the playwrights in the politicians. Those were the. Voices that were kept for posterity. Now, everybody has a voice in in. It's it's, it's crazy. It really is. Eventually the cream still rises to the top. There's just a lot more clutter and noise today than ever before. But you know, if you think about it, you look at your smartphone, and this is has higher quality video camera than a commercial network. Television studio did like eight to ten years ago. Yeah, and it's in your pocket. You remember we used to sit on the toilet and reach Hampel bottles. Those were good days. Those were the good days. Now we now you've got to figure out what the president tweeted Iran, we can't. We can't go anywhere without the internet's right there with us. We're nasty people regress we sit on the toilet and read the internet. Don't look at me like you're in John and you are. And then we put that phone every now and then up against our year. The the. The NSA is tapped into our cell phones are they have seen it all?.
"brubaker" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Heart on your sleeve and being who you are. He is. He is. He is who he is. It's kicked him off Twitter. Jails. Take your pets Dogana things for his career, but no Owens funny and I'll tell you I was watching Owens video that they did with Gavin mcginnis on crtv. That was hilarious. Just turning those guys loose in a good friend of mine at crtv. He said that they had a couple of adult beverages around the hotel bar one night and just turned it loose, and I can only imagine being a fly on that wall with Gavin Owen Benjamin, but anyway, back to back to this. So how long does it take you? What's the process that goes into pudding thoughts on paper and writing these books? People always telling me to write a book. I'm like, I'm not the patients. Well, that's one of the questions I was going to ask you. Yeah, I think you ought to. Yeah, so I think it depends on the book. You know, my first book was excruciating, it's a couple of years and I figured out I wasn't. I wasn't staying on message. It's almost like I was writing two books kind of parallel to one another. I describe half of it. So it took some time. My second book seeds of success, which you mentioned it was. Book kind of it's kind of a business fable about my time when my coaching mentor and add always threatened to write a book about him while I was working for him because he was so funny. He was like, kind of like Rodney Dangerfield meets Craig t Nelson when he played the show coach. So always threaten to do that. But you know, you get busy life gets into way. I wrote that book in inside a probably a month month and a half right after he passed away. And I came back, I started writing it on the plane on my way home from his funeral. So I think it depends on kind of the mission you're on the type of book your writing fiction kind of flows Adia, low faster, nonfiction, you kind of create collecting stories and then building the lessons around them and then sort of peace in jigsaw puzzle together. Yes. A stadium status took about a year year and a half had a publishing deal fall through, and then another publisher picked it up so that you know sidelined slow down a little bit, but yet answer. Question was about eighteen month process is hard work. Yeah, it's hard work. It really is, and I have been writing. I'm I consider myself a reasonably good writer. I, they used to put me on these academic decathlon teams when I was in high school, not because I do math or chemistry, anything like that. But I would always win the gold in the speech, and I would always win in the essay part of it. I can remember doing an essay on two thousand. What was it? Two thousand one space. Odyssey didn't even read the book. Didn't even read the book. Watch that crazy psychedelic movie and I-. Shoveled it buddy. I mean, I was they gave me a medal for my essay on interpreting this just total BS total Bs. I've always been really good at BS, but no, I made a book out of that movie. I think it was based on one. It's so the whole deal is not supposed to be about the movie. It was about the book which is apparently is different. Who knows?.
"brubaker" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Nothing is off limits and now for your host Chad or either. Hey, hey, hey, everybody what's up. Welcome back to another episode brand-new week Renwick. It is triple digits, Texas. It's hot. I am currently recording in San Jose, California. I'm in a hotel room. I'm having to share my hotel room with my road manager party foul, Steve. He likes to keep the temperature the thermostat settled sixty. I don't know about you folks, but I can't handle that. And so probably going to be sick tomorrow because of Steve. And so here we are. He's back there late in the bed under nine pounds of blankets in. Yeah. So. Here. We are weird saying, Jose, California. On the episode today I got my buddy coach. John brubaker coach brew is on here. John is a is a prolific author, and he is a great motivational guy. You're gonna love it. He just comes at things from coaching perspective. We'll get into that as we talk and we were in Boston together last weekend and he was able to come to any lives in Maine, and he was in Portland, Maine, he's able to come down and hang out in another new friend friend, his Derek Volk came down as well. And so we did their radio shows my podcast, all these different things you're going to get to enjoy today. So hopefully you guys are having fun. I want to tell you about something. I want you to go to my website watch Chad dot com, and I want you to check out because I don't think a lot of you have. I want you to check out the merchandise, check out the store. Our hats are shirts. We've got some really fun funny and fun items on their the hats and t shirts. The are folks at say, I won't apparel do a great job putting stuff on there. And I like for folks to know because a lot of times you don't get to come to a show. And if you wanna tour shirt from the star spangled banner, comedy show. Or a hat or something of that nature. Sometimes folks like to go on there and grab them. I love the new Chad. Prayer is not fake news shirt. That's one of my favorites and I do love those tour shirts there. And I'm, I'm looking at Steve laying back here behind me. Are you are you are? Do you have pets on Steve? You don't have Hansel. This is going to be interesting because Stephen, I never stay in the same hotel and he says, no, he doesn't have pants on. We never stay in the same hotel room, put it that way. So it's going to be scary tonight. It really is between thirty degree temperatures in the room and dealing with Steve, but I want us to get into this episode. Thank you for tune in. I think we had about one hundred and forty five, maybe one hundred and fifty thousand downloads last week, and that's great for podcasts and it's all because you. So again, I have to say thank you for listening, hang on because after the break we're gonna come back with coach, John Rebecca Becker sitting down having a conversation. It's a fun and you'll like there's there. We go all over the place with this thing, but we're going to leave you with some really good ideas, couple of laughs and grins and smiles and life. Principles, but having fun with having fun with it and did not want to tell you. This seems like there should be some things. So many things after the fact when I get the podcast of and I'm like, I did. I forgot to tell him that. So big shows that are coming up. Everybody says, oh, you all about self promotion these days. Well, that's why it's called the Chad pray through show right there. It's the Chad breakthrough shit we are. We are promoting. There's this thing called making a living paying the mortgage and putting food in your belly, and it requires it requires going out and working in what we do is we we travel around the country. We do the star spangled banner, comedy tour. We put on the shows and we have some great ones coming up, brand new dates being announced, what's coming up. We've got blocks Mississippi. We're going to do New Year's their New Year's..
"brubaker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"You know drastic remedies to because all my god black man's in the white house so now we're getting our turn at set our hair on fire and freaking out i don't wanna set my hair on fire and freak out i want us to learn what we did wrong i want us to learn how we got ourselves into the situation and then i want us to do better i'd like us to atone i'd like us to redeem ourselves i'd like us to sharpen our minds and go hashtag win the future win the future i'm really i wanna leave the acrimony and the bitterness and the tearing each other limb from limb aside and so you know we can win this nation back with the democratic process es and incidentally you know the private prisons i looked this up private prisons or eight percent eight single digits ninety two percent of the prisons public prisons but i grant you that the eight percent is still very expensive however in the immigration area that they they may be a big portion of that but allow me to recommend a movie right along as lines brubaker robert redford i back when he was really handsome and early seventies robert redford in his heyday he played a warden a warden and a penitentiary down in the deep south and it was a public prison was both prison but it was being run as a private enterprise so it doesn't have to be a private prison to be run corruptly and if you wanna see the movie brubaker with robert redford back when he was young and young anyway they go brubaker and eat the heck of a job and you know that was based on a true story by the way so anyway one triple eight.
"brubaker" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Historical exercise like at that point you're just throwing and because these characters have so much history you simply have to wait for someone to have like a good idea with the character and take that character and how the only care about them again i could example ed brubaker on captain america he wrote the captain america comics and they had a berry kind of espionage by bent to them but also tied very much to current affairs and there were like lots of lots of like you know allegories for things and wacky stuff like that he took that and like you know what was considered hokey character and i mean his work on bucky as bucky in the winter soldier like that is now in the movies that's now how people think of america it sounds so weird but you just have to wait for someone to come along and have a good idea in yeah there will always be comic they're always be batman comics but you know maybe not as prominently and you're like you know marble keeps walloping dc in the movie frost right right well and and you mentioned earlier to that like the companies seem to think that comic book wise fans don't remember all this crazy product placement you remember and so they're doing it again like recently there was a run of ironman issues where he teamed up with the eminem's and so the like the red eminem and yellow eminem receive iron man suits from iron man and then like fight alongside him which is just a fullon commercial for candy like it's not even a story and then also last year marvel was about to do a whole line of comics with northrop grumman the defense industry contractor and only didn't do it because there were a bunch of there was a bunch of outcry protests on the internet but they were going to do a thing where like a team from and keep saving the day in the way that the avengers can't and then also build in ads where the ad is like a split page where one side has an adventure and it says dream.
"brubaker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Diagonal left wing corner jetson but then blake wheeler took it away carries out the senate race jets very easily very nearly got a too many men on the ice call there as wheeler lifted through the air down ice on brubaker that was dangerous play by wheeler to turn around right in front of his bench there anybody else touches part they're big trouble breaking through center ice over the jets line drops the puck along left wing boards sharp sharp no fighting off a check put it over to the high slot intended for taken away by the jets here's buffalo racing goulooze puck the left wing corner hawk zone carries back about that feted up the slot knocked away by then staff need to the near corner seabrook took the puck he'll spin it up the right side to center ice venture out there for the jets will dump it out the end boards and in behind the hawk net ruby settles down for seabrook cruising in behind this got laugh early on in the third period the guy turned into the gate the ac call he's the defense up in the play racing to the dots here joel armehe now taking the puck away from different racing into the hawk zone doubling back in the back checking mode scrapes it away with the skate and stick mela pucks by hinders throws along the black hawk blue line picked off by perot he steps into the hawk zone rifles shot from the high slot glove save made by baru baked you'll hold on face off circle lewis left in the sprint finish third period of play stay tuned for the cj wilson mazda chicago blackhawks postgame show ck wilson serving you in orland park countryside and always online at zoomzoomnation dot com of course talk about cable coin is going.
"brubaker" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A lot of shots in this game 10 for rit just seven for air force with the falcons are up to 0428 left second period those two goals baskin in stone back in the first period police officer in the air force into the right of billy crystal palace and taken this dropper airforce is tyler led for against bios powell powell game won 31rit career he's been around for ever pakistan's role in the circle finally poked out of there in at the blue line brubaker keeps it alive the tigers he'll senate low behind the net now they work over here in the near corner it's too man game and with it is going to be shot camera cameron he skates around and feeds to the blue line farside from there the shot misses the far post it's behind the net their wagon and hacking at at their tigers maintain possession cameron has it comes off the goal line with it in the corner near side christopher's watches meaning against the near post looking over his left shoulder hours right shoulders the reverse to the other side and the tigers keeping the puck in the air force in a long time finally get get a take away and this has led for trying to clear it gets to a buddha booed two co package and your pitch it out of there and co packer put a little too much spin on that 1 and it's sliced up and out of point 334 left here in the second period you look at those shots on goal uncharacteristic of these two teams they they've done some battle going up and down and teams get a lot of scoring chances usually but tonight not a lot of chances for either one of these teams will get.