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"brunson" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Became the Jesuits and this is why I direct you to work of it Zachary Hubbard modern -day banking system it's based in Switzerland the Swiss Guard is the personal bodyguard the personal army to the Pope and that's another fact coincidence if you look at the US Grand Union flag that is the flag that was adapted by Franklin in Washington at the flag committee meeting in Cambridge Massachusetts 1775 that flag was flown aboard the USS Alfred the river Delaware by John Paul Jones and in the upper left canton of that flag is what appears to be the British flag because it is it's called the Union Jack the US Grand Union flag was the first flag of the United States Union the second flag became Betsy Ross's star spangled banner and I think it wasn't named that until a little bit later but Betsy Ross's flag had 13 stars in that count time they replaced the Union Jack why would the Union Jack appeared on the US Grand Union flag it wasn't because Washington and Franklin were spanking English because they were fighting England they were fighting King George but it's because the city of London a roaming Roman banking corporation is financing via the Rothschild both armies the city of London as I've mentioned to you was not it is not English it's independent it's a Roman banking center the Rothschild happen to be their largest money managers I understand them to be Jewish makes no difference to me it's important to me folks is that the United States is not independent the United States is dependent till it becomes financially independent it pays off that deficit to run its own government on its own means it will always be dependent and will simply day in day out be inching closer and closer to being obliteration dismantled which means absorbed by the global banking order being absorbed by the deep state which likely means crashing dollar and that's where the country's marching unless it can reverse course now there are a growing number of folks in DC like Lauren Boebert like Matt gates I believe
"brunson" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Have been deceived unless you act unless you do things like write the articles that I've written and have published on my website unless you do things like writing the Supreme Court to support Lloyd Brunson which I'm going to do right now unless you do things like this make your voice heard the possibility that you are parts of a country that falls and I'm not talking about your son or daughter your children or their children I'm not talking a couple generations from now I'm saying if this country has to file for bankruptcy it will fall apart it will be dismantled and it's getting very close folks it's getting very close the military is getting weak it's getting disunified when you've got that you've got problems so you've got problems right now America you've got big problems but I do believe there's hope because I do believe like Lloyd has said more and more Americans are now saying whoa something's a ride and you're now getting it from the Democrats you know it's no longer the conspiracy theorists are just Trump conservatives yeah I mean conservative conspiracy theory was usually applied to people that wanted to conspiracy theory basically was created by the CIA a Rothschild basically a Rothschild run organization CIA as a matter of fact the CIA the predecessor the CIA moved into a building in Rockefeller Center that was formerly occupied by the British intelligence and I'm gonna I gotta I gotta quote something here from a friend of mine good friend of mine Josh Yoder who's an airline pilot I spoke to him about a year and a half ago in San Antonio at an event and I explained to him what I just laid out to you in regards to the city of London and Josh looked at me and says so wait a second he says you mean the United States he says we never gained financial independence and so that's exactly what I'm saying which therefore means you celebrate hot dogs hamburgers July 4th some Bud Light I'm kidding you should be drinking that's as a joke the July 4th rolls around here next week and you're celebrating what is considered an American independence yeah you've got a pen independence America sort of you got a geographic independence you got your own military but it's all financially controlled you're subservient to the master you're in a debt you're in
"brunson" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"It a beacon for the rest of the world and you can see the work that Lloyd is doing is grabbing attention from as you said Japan Australia England and I've had a number of guests on my program including David Icke Tony Gosling these are these are English men that have fought for their independence and their freedom because England is not an independent country it's part of something called the British Union or the United Kingdom and that Union is subservient to the city of London the city of London ladies and gentlemen is not English the city of London is a Roman banking corporation it's its own country in other words and it's Roman so well he's regulated by the bank that controls his monarchy and that's called Londonium otherwise known as London the same system was set up in 1913 when Woodrow Wilson signed off on the Federal Reserve Act it's the same thing it creates a corporation a banking corporation that basically funds and finances the United States government now let me pull back a little bit more so you can understand this a little bit better the United States government that you know we love to go to DC maybe you like to go to DC you like to go to the White House tour the White House go to the Capitol look at the beautiful architecture the grandiose buildings the monuments go to your state capitals but that government ladies and gentlemen is on the verge of filing for bankruptcy I mean I'm gonna say that again the government the federal government certainly if you were to state like California you're in the same deficit the federal government is on the verge of filing for bankruptcy at that debt ceiling not been arranged reached a few weeks ago the federal government would have had to file for bankruptcy who regulates those economics Federal Reserve does Federal Reserve is not a public institution is a private bank it's not a federal bank it's federal in name only that is a fact and that fact should have your eyes wide open and your jaw drop because right there that means yes fraud deception it's a legal quirk completely legal to do but it does deceive the public and it has deceived the American public for a hundred and ten years for a hundred and ten years that name federal applied to the private bank Federal Reserve has deceived the American people from coast to coast it has deceived the American people the people that rely on free speech rely on their Constitution that lawyers been fighting for the people that rely on truth
"brunson" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"To go to Lloyd Brunson dot -com takes two minutes to take apart take part in history to settle enter the Supreme Court and this is about awareness this is about it the public becoming aware that the oath is supposed to be binding as demanded in article 6 of our Constitution that states clearly they shall be bound by oath to this Constitution they shall be bound now means you can't have immunity in the US attorneys have been have been fighting with immunity and that doesn't that doesn't make any sense because you cannot have immunity so we're fighting immunity we're raising awareness and this is about America waking up to the fact that we have a contract we have a commitment with our representatives and now we're gonna hold their feet to the fire and every single letter is filed with the Supreme Court and it's a supporting the Constitution if you go to seven discoveries seven discoveries dot com you can actually get an exact copy we printed extra copies that we sent to the Supreme Court so you can download that that's an expose on the Constitution it comes with a pocket -sized book that highlights the incredible power clauses that have been ignored and overlooked for over 200 me years let ask you about the letter I want to go back to the Congress people and what they did you can clarify that for me but but right now let's look at the letter what needs to be launched somebody anybody that's listening to this it understands what's going on needs to write a letter go to Lloyd Brunson calm and write a letter tell them exactly what they need to be writing in that letter is the Achilles heel as America wakes up to the fact that they have given themselves immunity and this very important clause in article 6 demanding that there will be binding as America wakes up to that the justices will then have the support and the power needed to make great decisions in these petitions now rule 11 allows them even if they deny hearing gets in their arsenal the first petition and the second petition and under rule 11 they can completely adjudicate the whole complaint offer reliefs and satisfy all the causes of actions so this is a tremendous power the court is receiving and with we the people waking up and finding out about this and taking part in the letter campaign through the summer we could see some amazing results but regardless of what the what the justices do America is waking up to our Constitution now we may start a new letter campaign as well for our military because a lot of our military they're a little confused about their number one job their number one responsibility is to defend our Constitution against enemies foreign and domestic that is their number one priority and a lot of them they're a little confused about that so we're gonna start a little campaign for that as well but this letter campaign right now that's available Lloyd Brunson calm is a great way
"brunson" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"This is what we gotta fix for the next time. It just adds another element to being invested. And then also more TV deals. You know, we talked about ion getting in on the games. We talked about a 40 game season with the W so Cindy to kind of close this. I really just want to ask you, what are some goals you have in the future short term for the W to grow? How can it continue to expand how can it continue to pull in more of his audience? Well, I ultimately agree with the goat on my team, Diana taurasi, who says, ultimately, we've got to play when basketball is being played in the winter for the devil. To really get into that next stratosphere. But until we can get there. I think it is very critical. Like we were just talking about connecting the bridge between college and pro. I can't tell you how many times I've asked a collegiate basketball player. Who's your favorite WNBA player? And I get told in NBA name. That can't happen. I mean, you have to aspire to what you want to do. That's great that you think Kevin Durant is really good at basketball. I do too. But who is the woman that you are forming your game after? I'm so excited to talk to Jenny Sims today. I was like, favorite player. Simon Augustus. I'm like, I see that. I see that when you go off the mountain, I see that you worked on that over the summer. I get it. So I think it'll help fans go from one to the other, right? Because we stopped playing college basketball, we crown a champion, and then a week later, we're having the WNBA draft. So for me, it would be really connecting those dots between college fandom and WNBA so that we're not just getting 9.9 million or 10 million for an NCAA championship game that we're getting those numbers for the WNBA championship as well. Yeah. I love TV deals coming up one more year, right? Yeah. I mean, I expect a brinks truck from set ESPN or whoever. I mean, if you look at what MLS got and compared numbers, I do some basic financial analysis for a living. I get forecasts how big this deal could be. If it's done right. I'll tell you what. ESPN has done a good job of being a steward to this point, right? Sure. You know, especially in the last couple of years, they have been very intentional about giving a variety of women's sports they're shine. But I would love to see somebody else swoop in. Apple, Amazon, whoever's got that exact money. Daniel, you know more about that. But to just give it a fresh, a fresh perspective. And so that it could be priority one. ESPN, NFL one, MBA two, and women's basketball, where does that? I mean, I got to deal with Major League Baseball for Sunday Night baseball. So that's why we couldn't have the championship game on a Sunday Night. If we can't have the NCAA women's championship game on a Sunday Night because of Sunday Night baseball, then ESPN's priorities aren't quite where they need to be. So let's let somebody else at the table. Let them into the party room and see what they can cook up and what kind of priorities that they could have for both the NCAA championships and women's basketball and the WNBA. It's so brilliant. It's so funny that it took me what two months now to figure out that's why the game was played at three 30. Eastern Time. I'm sitting there at this action network party and someone's like, hey, you know, can click Caitlin Clark and I will win it all. And I'm like, absolutely not. They're like, why not? And I'm like, they're gonna be South Carolina with a losing championship. They're like, why? And I'm like, not in prime time. Prime time? Absolutely. But the game is a two 30 local time in Dallas. I don't know why, makes zero sense to me. Thank you so much. I mean, I would have came back to that next year probably if it's still on there. I mean, yeah, what ESPN probably is like a ten year deal. I think, but oh God, this conversation has been awesome, Cindy. I'm so, so pumped. I gotta go out to Phoenix and see a game there here and you'll talk about this experience. Yes. Let me know. We have great restaurants here in the Phoenix metro area. So let me know I'll hook you up. Yeah, I won't bring Ollie, but maybe the wife. Okay. And yeah, we'll make it make it happen. Are you coming to call liberty in the chair now? No. Do liberty. All the road games will call off a monitor. We hate that. Let's fix that. WNBA. Yes, yes. And everybody. When Connecticut pulled through and they pulled through with their television broadcast team, aces did the same thing. I'm like, okay. I see you. Make sure my bos YouTube, please. Awesome. Cindy, thank you so much for joining us and thank you for your time. It's been really awesome. Oh, thanks for having me. I appreciate you guys. Keep crushing it.
Heat back to the NBA's final four, top Knicks 96-92 for 4-2 series win
"The Miami Heat are headed back to the Eastern Conference Finals after topping the New York Knicks 96 to 92 in game 6 on Friday night. Jimmy Butler scored a team high 24 points for Miami. We got 8 more to get. And like I always say, we always going to be in this thing together. I'm so, so proud of all of my guys. Bam adebayo added 23 max drew scored 14 and Kyle Lowry had 11 and 9 assists for the 8th seeded heat. Jalen Brunson was spectacular for New York in a losing effort, scoring 41 points on 14 for 22 shooting. I'm geffen cool ball.
Knicks punch back, avoid elimination in Game 5 against Heat
"Jalen Brunson and the Knicks have forced a game 6 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals by defeating the heat one 12, one O three. Brunson played all 48 minutes in the potential elimination game, accounting for 38.9 rebounds and 7 assists. Just trying to do everything I could to win. We did that, and I was on the game 6. RJ Barrett pumped in 26 points for New York, which denied Miami's first attempt to become just the second number 8 C to reach the Conference Finals. Julius Randle added 24 points to the win. Jimmy Butler had 19 points, 9 assists and 7 boards for the heat. Game 6 is Friday in Miami. I'm Dave ferry.
Heat take 3-1 lead, hold off Knicks 109-101 for Game 4 win
"The Miami Heat moved to win away from their third trip to the Eastern Conference Finals in the last four years by topping the New York Knicks one O 9 one O one in game four. Jimmy Butler scored 27 points and added ten assists. We always got a shot to win whenever regarding we're just playing hard and playing together. Bam adebayo finished with 23 points and 13 rebounds, max truce scored 16 and Kyle Lowry added 15. Jalen Brunson finished with 32 points and 11 assists while RJ Barrett scored 24 and Julius Randle added 20 for the Knicks. I'm geffen cool bar.
Butler scores 28, Heat top Knicks 105-86 for 2-1 series lead
"Jimmy Butler returned from his spraying to ankle to score 28 points in the Miami Heat topped the New York Knicks one O 5 to 86 to take a two to one lead in their Eastern Conference semifinal series. It's never on one individual. All year long, we've been a team that plays team basketball on both sides of the floor. Max truce had 19 points, bam adebayo added 17 and 12 rebounds for Miami. Jalen Brunson scored 20 for New York, Julius Randle, added ten points and 14 rebounds for the Knicks game four is Monday. I'm geffen cool bar.
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm David Schuster, it's round two for both the NBA and NHL playoffs and Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. It was game two between New York and Miami and Tom Marion was there. The next show some heart when they needed it most to beat the heat one 11 one O 5 and game two to tie their Eastern Conference semifinal series at a game of peace. The Knicks already down a game where down 6 points of the heat with 7 minutes remaining, but outscored Miami 24 12 the rest of the way, as Jalen Brunson and Josh Hart combined for 20 points down the stretch. Jimmy Butler missed the game for the heat with an injured ankle, but Julius Randle returned from his ankle sprain to score 25 for the Knicks. Brunson let all scores with 30. Meanwhile, out in the Bay Area, Anthony Davis had 30 points at 23 rebounds. The Lakers taking game one against Golden State one 17 one 12. Over in the NHL, it was game one between Florida and Toronto and John leatherbee has the details. Part of her hanky scored the tie breaking and eventual game on a goal in the second period as Florida doubled up Toronto four two at Scotiabank arena for hanky took a breakaway pass beating Ilya Samsung for his third goal of the postseason. Nick cousin Sam Bennett and Brandon montour also scored for the peppers, while Matthew nyes with his first NHL goal and Michael bunting replied for the buns. Charlotte widow for four on the power play at Sergei bobrovsky made 34 stops for the win. Game two is Thursday night. And down in Dallas, Yanni gourde scored the game winner in overtime Seattle prevailing 5 four over the stars, turning the baseball, the Yankee snapped their four game losing streak forward to over Cleveland, Gary Cole, with another good outing. It was a good punch and counter punch and I was glad to be able to get deep enough that, you know, we could use our guys, you know, and leverage if we did indeed get the lead, which we did. In Tampa, the rays improved to 24 and 6 with a four one victory over Pittsburgh. Elsewhere, Ryan monkcastle hit two home runs Baltimore 11 7 over Kansas City, and Connor Wong had two home runs, Boston 7 6 over Toronto and back in pro basketball, Joel embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers named the league's MVP. I'm David Shuster, AP sports.
Brunson, Randle help Knicks beat Heat 111-105 to even series
"The Knicks already down a game we're down 6 points to the heat with 7 minutes remaining, but outscored Miami 24 12 the rest of the way as Jalen Brunson and Josh Hart combined for 20 points down the stretch. Hard also snatched 11 rebounds as New York dominated the boards. Jimmy Butler missed the game for the heat with an injured ankle, but Julius Randle returned from his ankle sprain to score 25 for the Knicks.
Knicks advance to second round, down Cavs 106-95 in Game 5
"The Knicks earned a one O 6 95 win over the Cavaliers for their first playoff series victory in ten years. Jalen Brunson scored 23 points and RJ Barrett had 21 for New York, which captured the last three games of the 5 game set. Brunson averaged 24 points in the series, leading the Nixon scoring for all four wins. No matter what's going on out there. We all look at each other the Fiverr out there and we know that we got a job to do. We got to sit together and stay mentally tough through anything. Mitchell Robinson added 18 boards for the Knicks down of a Mitchell at all scores with 28 points in Darius Garland had 21 for the Cavaliers. I'm Dave ferry.
Brunson, Barrett lead Knicks over Cavs 102-93 for 3-1 lead
"The next have jumped down to a three games to one lead against the Cavaliers by winning game four one O two 93. New York jumped down to a 15 point lead in the first half, then had a weather of Cleveland come back with a score time at 75 in just under ten minutes to play. RJ Barrett led a 15 to 6 run that put the Knicks just one win away from advancing to the second round for the first time in a decade. What quarter to stand tough, you know, every time they threw a punch and kind of do some better. Now it finished with 26 points, ten in the fourth quarter. Jalen Brunson led all scores with 29. Josh Hart added 19. Game 5 Wednesday in Cleveland. Tom Arian, New York.
Knicks romp past Cavaliers 99-79, take 2-1 series lead
"Jalen Brunson and RJ Barrett helped the Knicks pound the Cavaliers 99 79 for a two games to one lead in the series. Bronson paced New York with 21 points and Barrett broke out of a slump with 19 as the Knicks bounced back from their game too lost. Josh Hart added 13 points for the knickerbockers. I think we were just trying to be physical. I think we had a good focus level of good attention to detail into doing what they were doing. The Cavs trailed by 27 in the fourth quarter and were held to their lowest point total of the season. Down of a Mitchell score 22 points for Cleveland, but Darius Garland had just ten on four of 21 shooting. I'm Dave ferry.
Quickley scores 38 in start, Knicks outlast Celtics in 2 OTs
"Emmanuel quickly scored 7 of his 38 points in the second overtime as the Knicks earned their 9th consecutive win. One 31 one 29 in Boston. Quickly also had 8 rebounds and 7 assists starting in place of Jalen Brunson, who was out with a sore left foot. Julius Randle had 31 points and RJ Barrett 29 in New York's second win over Boston in a week. Jayson Tatum ported 40 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Celtics. Al Horford had a 20 points and 11 boards, but mister potential game winning three point attempt just before the final buzzer. I'm Dave fairy.
Brunson scores 39, Knicks rout Nets 142-118 for 7th straight
"The Knicks have a 7th game winning streak following a one 42 one 18 collaborating of the nets. Jalen Brunson scored 30 of his 39 points by halftime for the Knicks who made 78% of their shots in a 47 point first quarter. Brunson furnished 16 points on 6 of 6 shooting in the opening period. Quentin Grimes all over 22 points, and Julius Randle added 21 with 8 rebounds and 8 assists. Cam Johnson scored a season high 33 points for the nets who have been blown out in their last two meetings with the Knicks. I'm Dave ferry.
Knicks rout Pelicans while honoring 1973 championship squad
"The Nick celebrated the 50th anniversary of their last championship team before crushing the pelicans one 28 one O 6. Julius Randle poured in 28 points to lead 6 nicks in double figures. Randall had 19 points while New York built a 73 52 halftime lead. RJ Barrett scored 25 points and had a season high 7 assists. Jalen Brunson added 20 points and Josh Hart chipped in 15. Brandon Ingram had a team high 19 points for the pelicans who have dropped three in a row to fall a game under 500. I'm Dave ferry.
Randle scores 46 as Knicks rally past Wizards 115-109
"Julius Randle tied a career high with 46 points as the Knicks rallied from a 19 point first half deficit to beat the wizards one 15 to one O 9. Jalen Brunson hit a shot with 42 seconds to go to give the Knicks the lead for good, Randall was happy with the way the Knicks handled adversity. It was a big one for us. We needed this, especially coming off the break. We know there are a team that gets all the fast start. So they did that. And we responded. The Knicks out rebounded the wizards 43 to 34 in a game that saw 19 lead changes Bradley Beal and Kyle Kuzma each scored 23 for the wizards. Craig heist, Washington.
Brunson scores 38 as Knicks outlast Jazz in Hart's NY debut
"Jalen Brunson hit for 38 points, 22 in the first half of the Knicks win over the jazz, one 26 one 20, Julius Randle had 31 points for New York, which is 31 and 27 after winning for the third time in four games. RJ Barrett finished with 20 points before fouling out and Josh Hart added 11 off the bench in his next debut. Felt ready to get out there if I'm good to get our get that win. Hard also had 7 rebounds of four assists. He hit a corner three that broke a tie with 6 44 remaining. Laurie marketing scored 29 points in Utah's fourth loss in 5 games. Jordan Clarkson finished with 24 points. I'm Dave ferry.
Maxey gives 76ers spark in 119-108 win over Knicks
"Tyrese maxi Joel embiid and James Harden helped the 76ers turn a 13 point deficit into a one 19 one O 8 win over the Knicks. Maxi scored 27 points off the bench and fueled a third quarter spurt that allowed the sixers to avenge last Sunday's loss in New York and bede had 35 points on 14 of 18 shooting and grabbed 11 rebounds. Hardin had 20 points and 12 assists as Philly stopped the two game skid. Julius Randle and Jalen Brunson each had 30 points for the Knicks, who had won two straight and three of four. I'm Dave ferry.
No, that Golden Globes pianist was not playing over the speeches
"Men's and the Abbott elementary were among the winners at last night's Golden Globe Awards. With the latest, given the controversy the Hollywood foreign press association has dealt with in terms of racism and ethical lapses, Golden Globe host jerod Carmichael did not waste time addressing it. I'll tell you why I'm here. I'm here because I'm black. Audio courtesy of the HFPA and DCP. Acting awards went to Austin butler, Michelle Yeoh, Quinta Brunson, Evan Peters, and Angela Bassett, who acknowledged continuing the Black Panther franchise was tough after the death of Chadwick Boseman. Weeping may come in the evening,
"brunson" Discussed on Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
"Tell us what the 5 protections are on the First Amendment? And she remembered four couldn't remember one. Well, the one she couldn't remember is petition for regressive grievances. We've all been barred from petitioner of regressive grievances, and this would unbar. This would unlock the door that has kept everyone in America from holding their representatives feet to the fire with lawsuits. Yeah, and we need to do that. And then we need to be able to communicate to everybody so they know what's going on. So that it can free people's minds. Well, once they can do it, the floodgates will just burst open once it's locked from this. They've been locked from their right to petition the government for regressive grievances and their representatives. This would unlock. I hope this Supreme Court Justice I always say pray for the judges because they need to stay safe, pray for you guys. You need to stay safe. Thank you. And that we need to this needs to move forward because it's such a fundamental. Constitutional deal. I mean, we have some, we have some grievances against the breaches of our constitution that are destroying this country. Right. Right. Well, think about the date of this confidence. I mean, it's just wild. January 6 2023. That's almost like just like, it happens to be a Friday. Conferences are on Fridays. And the 6th just happened to be on a Friday at 2023. It's just like January 6th. I know it's like divine. It's the anniversary. Of this complaint, the recent complaint. It's another miracle. We've got so many miracles happen. You know, the solicitor general signing a waiver waving their right. And now she's defending people that I don't think she's too happy about. So wait a minute, she waved there right, but that means she's not defending them. She only waved their right through conference. She didn't wave their right after confidence, okay? So they just couldn't do anything before conference. So they had an opportunity. She could have filed for an extension. She could have asked the clerk's office to have an extensive and that happens all the time attorney general from states to do that all the time and they're granted extensions. Why do you think she waived their right? Why do you think she did that? Because she believes that this needs to be seen too. I mean, I think she just felt like that was the right thing to do. And I think God inspired her to do the right thing. That's what I think. And that's a miracle right there. Yes, it is. It absolutely is. Because an attorney that was looking out for keeping their butts out of trouble. If that was a case, you were represented and your attorney waived the right to defend your you, you know, when they had an opportunity, that's a malpractice suit. That's a matter of fact. That's what I'm saying. Now, would they have that opportunity to do a malpractice against her? No, she has immunity. Oh crap. That's so genius. Well, okay. Well, in this case, community, we kind of like because she's doing the right thing. She's doing the right thing. So they wouldn't have a they wouldn't have no, they even have no action. She did the right thing. She did the honest right thing. Is still not protecting them. Well, she could say she could say this. The Brunson petition that Brunson's put the motion to dismiss in there and that's just as good as an opposition. But because you don't have to do that. We're not required to do that. So we basically did our job for her in a way, and I think that that's why we were advised by the Supreme Court clerks office to do that. So many details. So those details were not privy. Yeah, that's amazing. We're not privy to a lot of that stuff. And so there was probably a negotiation behind the scenes to do that. And this is amazing. There are people who care about this country, and I always say, don't leave the fight, stay in those organizations. And be a cog at the right time to help this fight move forward. And that's what this person she was. And we need more of those people who are in the system who don't like what they're seeing, to be a cog when we need them to be a card. Yeah. Don't leave the game just about the time the Hail Mary pass is going to bring us to a touchdown. Stay there. Stay there and help us. And enjoy it. Now we have till January 6th to just party in favor of this thing. And just celebrate. Well, because we're not older than gold mine yet. But I don't mean party like slack off party. I mean, now let's get together and rally around and show the Supreme Court Justices that support for this case. Right. That's what I mean. That's right. We're going to support that. Their lifetime appointment allows them gives them the ability where the district 9 or the district courts, they don't have these lifetime appointments like the and so they are at risk. They're still influenced by the politics and by the blackmail. Now, not that the Supreme Court Justices would be influenced by the law. They're being threatened. I was told they can't stay in their homes because of the lack of security. They are. No, I hope you guys are trying to stay safe. I know I had something that I wanted around our house today. We have special forces, baby. We have protection. Good for you. So a good for you, I think this is really, really important. I'm glad you have protection. I have God as my protection because I'm so I got right now. Yeah, man. That's the best protection. That is, okay, well, let's talk about how people can support you and follow you. This is the most important case right now going in front of the Supreme Court. I think there's the most important thing to follow. This is the most important case they've ever had. And this is the most power ever handed to a Supreme Court group of justice. Let's talk about what it is that can happen with this, because this is kind of over the top kind of thing. That not only can they deal with the immunity clause, which is extremely important. What else can they do? Because you're asking them to tell, say that these people, because they breached their oath of office, they no longer conserved and they can never serve in Congress or in government again. There are plenty of good people to take their place. They're absolutely is. But this is incredible. And this would be a move that the supreme if the Supreme Court did it. I mean, this would be remembered for 10,000 years. I mean, this is so important. So do you think that they have the balls pardon my language here to do that? Do they have the code? Because I'm watching so many court cases and they don't want to have the balls to do anything. Well, it's like saying I don't like that phrase, but I don't know what else to use,
"brunson" Discussed on Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
"Going to have I have okay. That means that means that there are 380 defendants are no longer represented by the U.S. attorneys. Their defense attorneys are no longer their defense attorneys and instead their defense attorney is the solicitor general. Okay, so C is now representing the 388 defendants. And so she comes on record as the new council representing the 388 respondents. She is now their defense attorney, just one person. And she also signs the waiver that day it was the day that the opposition was due. She signs a waiver waving their right to oppose the petition before it goes to conference. She signs a waiver stating that they waive their right to oppose this petition before it goes to conference. Okay? Wow. So that means that it will go if they decide they want to bring it to conference, it's going. Well, guess what? Guess what we saw in the docket today? It's going to conference. It's been distributed to the justices for conference scheduled January 6th, 2023. Oh my gosh. Okay, so you're the first one to know that, well, breaking news. Yes, and I'll get this out today. People will learn about it. So, okay, this is really incredible. So that means they're going to hear this case as far as let me explain what hearing it gets a little confusing. Keep explaining that you're talking to people that have no idea really healthy. They shouldn't call it a hearing, they shouldn't call it trial a hearing. So the technical term for term for hearing is when both the attorneys representing both sides get in there and they argue it front justices, right? Okay. They should call that a trial. Because the conference, the conference scheduled for January 6th for this case, all 9 justices appear at the conference. They go into the conference. They've studied the case since right now till January 6th. They studied the petition alcohol. And so they take a vote. No one else is in their attorneys for either side or not there. No litigants, just the justices are in there in conference, they talk about it. They discuss it, and they take a vote. And so they vote on whether it moves forward to a full blown trial. I'll call a trial. But the attorneys call it a hearing. That would be that big hearing, right? And so if four of the 9 justices vote in conference to move this forward, then there will be a full trial where hearing in front of the justices where they decide on whether or not to grant the reliefs and do everything that the complaint asks the court to do. Wow. Okay, so we're going to talk about what the complaint asks the court to do. But if they just say they don't want to hear it, the politics all gets involved and whatever, then it just goes away. Is that correct? Yeah, if they decide in conference that they don't want to take it to trial, we'll call it trial. Hearing, then we file a motion for reconsideration. And we also have another federal lawsuit that's identical to this that we can take to the Supreme Court. And then meanwhile, people that are watching this show and other media outlets rally around together, show their support as a great United States of America to the justices so that they would have motion for reconsideration or this other case, they can make the right decision. But we think they're going to make the right decision on this one based on how anxious they were to get it. And what it's about, because it's not about the outcome of the election, it's about voter integrity. This would put to rest anyone from either side complaining about, you know, what election deniers, is that what they call us, right? Anybody's a question. This would put that to rest, because then the election deniers wouldn't be able to say, you wouldn't even investigate these claims. It's like, well, that's why one of the reasons they need to be investigated. Another reason is if there's a national security issue that is linked to some of this fraud and crime that they could discover a huge iceberg under this little tip of ice that a hundred witnesses, credible witnesses one or two have explored and discovered. Let's go down and see if there's an iceberg under this little piece of eyes. But we need to do it. And so because they didn't do it, they breached their duties. They breached national security. They broke their oath of office, and it's a form of treason in my opinion because it's a national security issue. It's not about who won and who didn't win. And so they felt to do that. And so the complaint asks the court to remove every single defendant from their federal position and borrow them from holding public office on any level in the United States for the rest of their lives. Wow, okay, so they are going to go back. Now, what president do you have? That this what cases did you bring up and on this being a legit case? I mean, obviously it is. Other ways they wouldn't be listening to you. But I just want to give some of the background. First of all, let me say, if viewers really want to get into it, they can go to 7 discoveries dot com make a dollar donation and download the full complaint. They're all on J Brunson complaint or the Lloyd Arlington brownson complete their identical. Those are the complaints. Lists that have with all of the affidavit, all of the exhibits, all of the proof and all of the claims and all the relates it has everything there if they want to really get into a 7 discoveries dot com. Okay, so if they, what was your question? No, that's okay. Okay, first of all, let's talk a little bit more about before we get into my question. Let's talk a little bit more about the base of this case. What it is that you're actually who you're suing and what you're claiming and what the remedy would be, and then we'll move on to the other aspects. We're claiming that they broke their office and their defense has been immunity. It's like, well, and part of our part of our whole on a second. Their defense's immunity, they can do whatever they want because they're in office. That's right. That's what the U.S. attorneys yeah, that's what the attorneys have been defending themselves. With the both cases, they have been so, so focused on immunity that they've actually admitted wrongdoing in one of the cases which we used in my case to bring a full summary judgment against two federal courts we were suing for blocking my case. That's a whole nother story. And I think you can see that
"brunson" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"brunson" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 454th episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is a comedic phenom, who is blowing up at the moment, having created and served as a producer and writer and the principal star of the ABC sitcom Abbott elementary, which has been described by The New York Times as quote the best new network sitcom of the season close quote and quote the kind of comedy that network TV needs. With the guardians suggesting quote, it has Parks and Recreation sense of community, modern families, precision tooling, and Ted Lasso's charm. But as its own hilarious thing. The first season of the show about the struggles of teachers in a Philadelphia public school rolled out between December 2021 and April 2022, and quickly proved to be something special. It's second episode was ABC's highest rated installment of comedy since the finale of Modern Family a couple of years earlier. Ratings for the premiere were quadrupled after about a month, something that had never before happened with an ABC comedy. Season one overall averaged about 4 million viewers per episode, the show was renewed for a second season, a month before the first season's finale, and the first season ended up with a 100% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. Oh, and earlier this month, the show received 7 Emmy nominations as well, including best comedy series, making it this year's only network show nominated for the top drama or comedy awards. And my guess is personally nominated in three categories, producing, writing, and acting, which is a total never before achieved in a single year by a black person. I'm talking about one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of 2022, Quinta Brunson. Over the course of our conversation, the 32 year old and I discussed what led her to comedy and to create web content, including what proved to be the first viral Instagram video. What it was like subsequently working on projects like the first season of HBO's a black lady sketch show. While quietly trying to sell a show of her own, how her mother, Norma Jean Brunson, and her 6th grade teacher, Joyce Abbott, helped to inspire abbot elementary and why she wanted the show to air on and deeply believes in the future of network television, plus much more, and so without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Hi, what's up? Thank you so much for joining us. And great to have you on the podcast. Normally I begin with a question I'm going to come to in a second about just where our guests were born and raised with their parents did for a living. But first, I need you to help me understand. I always thought that QU I NTA was Quinta is, so are we all saying it wrong? Or what's going on? No. Quinta is another pronunciation of my name. Someone say that is the correct pronunciation. I've kind of grown up my whole life being called both Quentin and Quinta. Okay. I am the 5th child Quinta means with and it's actually something I had to land on when I became more of a professional in my field when deciding which one I wanted to go by. And I decided to go by Quinta, but what's hard about it is I don't always pick up when someone is calling me. Quinta, because I'm so used to it. Right. Right. So it's funny you bring this up. I was on a red carpet the other day, and the one woman said, Quinta, you know, who was taking pictures in the rest of the people. We're like, Quinta Quinta, everybody's confused. And I didn't even catch it. My peel, so I'm upset. And I was like, wow, I didn't even hear it. I'm just so used to hearing both versions. So yeah. All right, well, thank you for clarity. Now I can sleep well at night. So all right, now for the usual question, just can you share for anyone who may not know where were you born and raised in what did your folks do for a living? I was born in west Philadelphia, born and raised in west Philadelphia, trying not to sing the theme song. Me too, me too. I'm proud of both of us. And my mother was a teacher. And my father was, he managed parking lots. For a living. It seems so mundane, but I found it to be very cool. Sure. No, I've always thought that's the American Dream. One time payment and then let it just keep collecting. Exactly. Now, your mom, it was always kindergarten that she taught her did that change over the years. She talked kindergarten for most of her career. She had switched to first grade. I remember one year. And she wanted to go back to kindergarten. Okay. And that was good because you were when you were in kindergarten that worked out nicely, right? It did. She was my teacher, yeah. Yeah. So in your memoir, she means well. And I will just repeat that for anyone listening at home that is. You talk about the fact that your family that when you were growing up was quite observant, Jehovah's Witnesses. And how that may have shaped you and I wonder if you can maybe give a little version of that now just how you think it might have affected you as a kid. I think for growing up Jones witness, it just, for me, as a kid in west Philadelphia, I think it gave me some type of religion gives a lot of people, but it gave me some guidelines, you know? It helped keep me safe in Philadelphia and keep me out of trouble. Joe's business is a very strict, it's a very strict religion. I wasn't allowed to do so much that when I did become passionate about something, it was often something that I that was in wine was kind of my principles at the time, like I felt like, oh, this feels like it's part of my purpose. If I really want to do it because I had all these rules and guidelines and fears of God, but then there were some things that I was like, ah, I absolutely got to do this. I think this is in line with what I'm wearing. I felt that way about comedy. You were talking to him any other jobs when it says and they would not say the same thing, but I felt that I had kind of a purpose in that arena that aligned with my religious beliefs at the time. So to connect the dots, I guess, to comedy, I guess there's first dance, and then dance somehow leads to acting, which somehow leads to comedy. Yeah. Connect those dots if you don't mind. Well, how many was always there? That's another thing my family, we spent so much time together, and we watched so much, we watched a lot of comedies, things that were the whole family could enjoy. Like a big one in our House was all of the Nick at night TV shows, all of the shows that became Nick and night TV shows in my era. So the Brady bunch, Mary Tyler Moore show, Bob Newhart show, they all became really important to me, those sitcoms, they represented togetherness, things I could watch with my family, things I was allowed to watch. And for that reason, you know, I really loved comedy more than I was willing to admit. I think, and as I got a little bit older, I started to find kind of my own things I loved all that was really big to me. I just thought it was fascinating. These kids, you know, doing sketch comedy was so incredible to me and my older siblings kind of sharing comedies with them because it's what we also had in common. Ace Ventura pet detective made my brother and I Friends. I think without that, I'm not sure we would have gotten a lot. And so, you
"brunson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Trailblazers in event where it isn't fully healthy for the whole for the whole contract. Yeah. Let's go to the mix. Jalen Brunson, four years, 105 million. Again, these numbers, I feel like are so fluid in terms of what the exact number is going to be. Let's estimate four years, a 105 million because I think that's what Chris Haynes reported and Chris has been on top of this from the jump with Jalen Bronson. Mitchell Robinson four years, 60 million. Sure. Look, we talked a little bit about what the fit of Jalen Brunson is. I'm good with it because I think that at the end of the day, signing Jalen Bronson to be your number two or number three makes you more attractive when it comes to going out and acquiring the number one guy, right? And obviously there's just this long track record of family ties between the Brunson family and the rose family. Great, cool. For me, that's why I know that people are gonna complain about tampering with this, right? With like, oh, did the Knicks tamper, I don't really think it is. Like when you have this preexisting relationship between these two families that is so close and like Rick Brunson, his known Leon rose for 30 years. Like I just don't, I don't see it that way, I guess personally and I'm sorry to maverick stands. I know that that sucks and I know that it sucks that you just lost this great player who helped lead you to the Western Conference Finals and you have every right to be disappointed about that. But I just, I don't know, like to me, this is such a unique situation, maybe is the way to put it. It's just so rare. I know that the NBA is incestuous in terms of relationships and nepotistic in many ways. But this one's even more like weird to me in that regard. Where do you fall on the Brunson deal though? I think I am more forgiving in this case. One, the Knicks are always in conversation about these big free agents and stars and whatnot. And they always kind of get left at the altar and being able to finally land a guy that you would like zoned in on from day one. I think that's important and also, like you said, just kind of building a team for the next guy to come in. I think the Knicks have one job is to display competence over even just a mildly short period of time. It doesn't have to be like 5 years of competence. I think their market still has weight. I think their market still has power. They just got a display that they are a stable and good team..
"brunson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"And you then continue down this road of trying to get a star, right? Like you have all these extra assets, you traded the 11th overall pick for three first round picks from the Oklahoma City Thunder. You have this extra Dallas pick still. You have your picks, like there's a lot of, there are a lot of avenues that could open up down the road, even if there isn't a star available right now. There are avenues that could open up down the road that could make this look different in hindsight. I don't even want to say it looks bad because I don't know that it doesn't look bad. I don't think I'm quite as low on this as everyone else seems to be. I don't know that I love it. It's just not sexy. There's nothing sexy about bringing in Jalen Brooks. He doesn't sell jerseys, man. It's not, it's not anything like what the next did, but that might be a benefit. That might be more of a feature than a bug. But the nets are doing. As it worked yet. So you have Tom thibodeau is your head coach. You're going to be winning on effort and grit and probably burning dudes out. There's only so many point guards that can actually do that. What Tom thibodeau wants them to do in the league. Jalen Brunson is unquestionably one of them. So it's a great move for the Nixon that regard. It just doesn't win the PR game. And it's not ultimately what needs to be done. It can't be it for them. And I'm really glad that you brought up the three lefties thing because again, I have no idea what you do with Julius Randle. And I think that there's a lot of that Julius Randle aftermath that's sort of seeping into this where, okay, now the Knicks are all in on Jalen Brunson, like this, again, moving heaven and earth to get him. Well, they gave all the money to Julius Randle after one year. Jalen Brunson's breakout year was then one year really. I know it's been developing here for a minute, but he really came through one year. There's not a lot of faith in the rose administration. Yeah. Yeah. Where he's a $27 million player, it's been one year, for sure. Totally. So I understand who are starving for a true superstar. One, they're not getting it, even though it's going to be a damn good player for them. And two, there's not a lot of faith in the fact that the Nixon have done business up until this point where they've overpaid overachievers. And you can look at Jalen Brunson, and I don't think this is correct, but you can look at Jalen Brunson and say, here we go again. So they need to do something else than the issue is. It's still the Knicks. It's still the white points next. And I don't know who's deeply interested outside of Donovan Mitchell of going in and I don't know if Donovan Mitchell changes everything for them either. Yeah, like and it seems like Donovan isn't available first and foremost as well. He also is under contract by the Utah JS. Yeah, so like I think that'd be cool. Like go get Donovan Mitchell, that'd be great..
"brunson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Here's the Taj. Yeah, and the thing is, I really like the concept of Jalen Brunson as a Tom thibodeau point guard. Like I really think that that will work and that it will be very fruitful to the New York Knicks and Jalen Brunson, like I do like this marriage. It can not stand alone, though. This can not be the Knicks only move because as you said, they moved heaven and earth. And if this was any other market in America, maybe this wouldn't be as big of a deal. But the Knicks are making big moves for the tenth to 15th best point guard in the NBA. I mean, and that's saying something. You know, this is a guy who kind of got out of the mud in a little bit, you know, not expected much when he came into the league. He's a really good player. And he's going to be, I think, really good for the Knicks. But if the Knicks want to get themselves into any level of contention or just back to a baseline level of competency where you can expect them to be in the real playoffs year in and year out, it might be a struggle, but they'll get in year in and year out. I don't think Jalen Brunson and a couple of hopes and a prayer about Emmanuel quickly or some of the young players on this team is going to get them there. They still need to, they still need to do something else. And I think that that goes beyond just sort of bi annual exception or mid level because Jalen Brunson is not going, in my opinion, at least I hope I'm wrong about this because I really do like watching him play. He's not going to get you to that next level. He's not going to get to that next level. He was a high floor, fairly low ceiling player who's already busted through that ceiling. And I think some people can make the argument of, oh, he'll just keep going. He's going to have a good year. It's going to look like good money, in my opinion. Again, all that does is give the Knicks a competent point guard. They need way more than that to really compete in the Eastern Conference. And I appreciate that they're bold about it. They had their guy. I do think that there's some value to the notion of it's a very familial thing with the rose family and everything going on with Jalen like he's truly wants to be there, but again, we're talking about Jalen man. Yeah, it's a follow to follow on that. So Leon rose, his first client was Rick Brunson, who is Jalen's father. Very long-term connection there in terms of the families. They've known hell jaylen within 5 days of him being born..
"brunson" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"And this is certainly not what the magic are hoping for. I mean, they're hoping that he comes back. He's great and he's deserves every penny and they'll be happy to pay him. This is just protection in the event that, you know, if these injuries continue to pile up, then maybe it gives them a little bit more flexibility in the future. But I mean, good thing to know and could be important. It's one of those things where I hope it doesn't matter because I hope he comes back and he's fantastic. But it's there just in case and it's something that's worth noting. And this is not uncommon in contracts to have stuff like this. This is different than the Joel embiid type situation where that was a that was a hit these thresholds and you become guaranteed. This is a don't hit, and then it reverses the other way. And there's no way to get it back to full guaranteed either. It's like if he comes back next season, please. All 82 games, everything reverses and resets. It's not an incentive. It's not a bonus. It's nothing like that. This was the magic kind of protecting themselves. In the sort of in the short term, because I mean, it's not that much savings next year, 1.4 million. If he wasn't able to come back, but really protecting themselves down the line in the long term with this. And that's again, that's not uncommon to see. It's just uncommon that it actually gets triggered because obviously rarely does someone miss two full complete seasons. Right. Let's jump over to the, well, a triumvirate of James here. The Knicks, the pistons, the pacers, according to Jake Jake Fisher, all teams that could be landing spots for Jalen Brunson in free agency, the Mavs have got to be feeling the heat a little bit there knowing that he's going to be one of the top names out on the market. My sense is still that he winds up back with the Mavs, but if anything doesn't go correct, it doesn't go the way he wants in free agency with his negotiations with the maps. He's going to have no shortage of options to look elsewhere and go find himself a new home. Yeah, without a doubt. Now we'll becomes really interesting here is those three teams are coming at this from very different places. This off season, the Knicks are going to be over the cap, so they would need to execute this as some form of sign in trade. Now they've got a ton of very tradable contracts that they could send Dallas's way to make this happen. Plus they've got their own first round picks. They actually own a Dallas first. It's still in the future from the kristaps porzingis trade. So there's many ways those two teams could link up on this. Indiana is maybe shy, probably they have enough and cap space to make it work to get them to get Jalen Brunson. To just outright sign him, there's an interesting note also by Fisher that they the pacers are expected to look into moving Malcolm Brogdon. This off season as well, which would make sense, especially if they were going to go after Brunson. You don't need Brunson Halliburton and brogden when he still buddy healed and guys like that. And then the pistons project have the most cap space this summer..
"brunson" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"But what we see here in the tournament, that low seed hangs around when you get under the 8 minute mark in the second half, now they start to believe, right? And they're like, we're here. We're not going away. And then that's when it gets real tight for the higher seat. Well, it's not the game within a game that that works. Necessarily, but within a series, you go into the last couple games and the team is hanging around and they're still in the series. Now it becomes a problem and clearly this pelican seem that I think they came in with the attitude of supposed to lose. But hey, we got to play the games anyway. I had a coach once I used to tell us all the time when I were playing the team that should beat us. He'd be like, hey guys, we got to go there anyway. We might as well go there to win. And we'd go play in a holiday turn to me and be like, well, we're going. Might as well bring home a trophy, right? Might as well. There's just his way of trying to take the edge off of like, you know, don't be nervous. We're okay. So yeah, I think this is going to be really, really interesting. To see how this all comes together. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Let's jump over. And by the way, yes, I agree a 100% that we're going to be, it's going to be interesting to see the way this whole this whole thing closes out. But let's jump over to the Jalen Brunson situation with the maps. So Jalen Brunson's dad, let it be known that the Mavs are not going to get a hometown discount. We've talked a lot about the free agent market this summer and how ridiculously shallow it is. There's just not a lot out there, Jalen Brunson, being one of the guys that that's out there on the market, he's I mean, he's set to cash in. There's not a lot of money out there either, but the teams with cap space are certainly looking at jaylen Brunson. He's probably the top, if not one of the top names on the market. So would that be the case? They're kind of already putting out there like, hey, no, Dallas, if you want to keep him, you're going to have to pay and I think he's going to get a pretty hefty payday. And this is really what he should be putting out there right now. Like this is his chance for generational wealth. Why not make it clear that, hey, I'm going to take advantage of this opportunity. I know what the market looks like, and I'm going to make sure that I get myself set up for the future here. If anybody doesn't know, Jalen Brunson's dad is Rick Brunson, who played in the league for a very long time. And has also been a coach as well. So I think he might be speaking from an educated place on this rather than just a proud dad, firing off of like, hey, you want my kid, you're not to pay for him. But I do think what's really very fun to monitor with this too is because you mentioned the teams with cap space because we've already heard the pistons and pacers connected to him..
"brunson" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"The worst he becomes the one of the best 6 men in the league. The best he's a starting garden. We feel pretty good. About the way this roster coming together. And I think there's a thought of right now, Luke is kind of a guard, but you could put him out forward if you got a really good defensive guard in there. That's all kind of become miss marsh and it flows together anyway now. Within that world and their ecosystem and in their offense. So yeah, this says to me, he's not going anywhere by the trade deadline unless they get a silly offer or they're able to put him plus Hardaway plus something else together to go get a star that seems kind of unlikely. Are you worried at all about the excitement level of the trade deadline? It feels like we're hearing more and more teams are not going to try and part of that is this time of year. It behooves teams to say, oh, no, no, no, no, no. We really like this guy. We want to keep this guy for bargaining purposes, but we've heard now. I mean, we've heard the rockets are now loathed to move Eric Gordon and whether or not that's true. Again, but jaylen Brunson here, we're hearing more teams are being hesitant to move players. Like could this have a cumulative effect of being a somewhat of a disappointing trade deadline if that's the case? It could. I mean, I've seen some reporting that some teams are basically saying, hey, we're going to run with what we have. Part of that is some teams still don't entirely know who they are. Because normally it's right around Christmas and the first of the year that teams feel pretty good about all right, here's who we are. They take the next month. They work through it. And then we're at the deadline. Now this year, that process is really still happening now. For some teams, because some of these teams had a month or so from mid to late December through mid to late January, kind of wiped out with all the COVID absences and things like that. So I think that's good things a little slower to develop. Went through that whole period where basically everything went on hold because it was just going to fill out rosters with G league call ups right now. But I think it is where that period from a week to two weeks out from the deadline is. Got to get a first round pick for him. And another team says, I'm not giving you a first round pick. And then lo and behold, trade deadline week or trade deadline day. It's all right, how is two second rounders? Okay, that works. Let's go. And I think it's just we're still posturing right now. And that'll be where it will go from here..
"brunson" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"Maybe maybe at the. Where are you in a unicorn horn by you. Know who knows what's going to come up with that next week's but make no sense. I saw this. And i was just i still like. My job is on the ground just trying to understand this doyle. Brunson has tweeted that filming has begun on a documentary about his vastly interesting life in the other detail he shared is that is coming from the same folks who brought us the fascinating michael jordan series. The last dance which. I still haven't seen yet. Are you serious. That i know i need to get that on my list. I mean you know when. I'm traveling i. Well here's the thing is usually when i'm watching series is when i'm traveling have and then this last trip by I'm way behind on shits creek. Do everybody bet you were going to quit listening show. I'm so out of it with so we need to get through shit street first and then i'll do the last dance because you know it's the last dance so i can't. It's not the first dance not to go off on a tangent. But did you know that for all of the the television commercials for the show when they sit they'd say shits creek. The logo has to be on the screen. Now really has to be on the screen so they can understand that spelled s. the itt. Because if you just turn on commercial and say hey shits creek what my kids are here. This of course. We're doing it now without the logo. So yeah but we're adults and we'll find out later scott's gonna be adult again later in the show. I can't wait for it but yeah no. The last dance was phenomenal. So i'm glad that people would that talent level of talent for storytelling and quality are in charge of something as important as doyle brunson documentary. So that's fantastic. I can't wait to see it. Yeah absolutely man like eat. Talk about me cypher. Maybe stu unger which is more tragic interesting. I don't know of a more interesting poker player out there that just going to be just. I mean there's enough that you can do ten episodes poker up. Yeah it's still not even scratched the fact that he was a basketball star trek star and all this other stuff right So it's gonna be really really interesting. I think and If they're going to look forward to to seeing that when it comes out so then episodes we have the american horror.
Oscar Valdez Allowed To Fight Despite Testing Positive For Banned Substance
"Got some serious business to discuss with the wbz basically allowing oscar valdez to go forward with this fight after a blatant violation. Not even show where we begin with this if you have a problem with some of the substances on the list that time to get those substances removed as before you're fighter test positive for them not after the fact and then allow them to fight anyway. Oscar valdez convicted of having some kind of stimulant of banned stimulant in his system. Which if you're struggling to make weight and now you can make it a little bit easier on yourself while your opponent kills himself to make weight. That's a huge advantage. No gray area about it. Diane to hear your take on this but bad bad. Look for the wbz to let this fight. Continue to go on as scheduled. I don't lean collapsed. When did they have a good look. Really i mean when when does this Become all news because it is old news with one thing or another with these organizations. This time it happens to be the wbz but does it matter. Which is what it is that useless. I mean except not to take money from the fighters in all. They know how to take those sanctions. She said that they're damn good. That believe me there would be. There would be no banned substance that would keep them from taking those action and that that wouldn't happen
Discussing Paddy Pimblett's Intriguing Potential Future Matchups
"I'm really intrigued about the patty pimple potential matches patty pinball versus grand dawson from our friend brennan nunez. We're going to start up with him. Grand dawson getting ready to fight. Diego fajita on october seconds So if he loses. Maybe do that. But i do not want to see patty pimlott in there with a guy. Like grant dawson right now. Just no no slow. Build grand is a very dangerous guy. maybe someday couple more wins. We see we can start talking about that but no we can't do that Rowntree versus ahlberg. Don't mind that aspen. Also till versus Riot hall and then brunson versus cannon here. I have a feeling we're going to see a lot of those. So if i see that again. i probably won't read it again. Patty family versus jamie malarkey. Lot of patty pin love Poppy underscore brian's Molly mccann versus miranda maverick ak eminem. Eminem hashtag on. I'll work that out. Yeah yeah Patty the body versus. I know i mentioned malarkey. But milwaukee's getting ready to fight devante smith so maybe the winner of
"brunson" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"That's why we did this right. There's a lot of people who want that in all types of industries. Yeah very much. So and thanks for touching on nicotine to because i often talk about nicotine products that i use and i have a love hate relationship because i'm very prone to being addicted to them which i think i currently am brunson phases..