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Fresh update on "bryan" discussed on Raleigh's Retirement Coach
"Number because that's the same number you call if you have that 750,000 more ready for retirement. Well, how about a complimentary second opinion of your retirement portfolio? Normally that'll cost you $995. But this weekend it is compliments of the team that Rolly Wealth solutions 91985212. 15. We all like to judge performance of our portfolio in different ways, like a rate of return or increase stock value. Motivational speaker and author Tony Robbins told CNBC that you also need to consider the fees that you're paying in your portfolio. Jack Bogle was a mentor of mine. A dear friend and God rest his soul beautiful man. He used to say The only thing you get in investing is what you don't pay for right now said. You know, the average person doesn't know that 1% more in fees, and you should be paying his 10 years because of compounding of these 10 years of retirement income you gave up Brian Joe. That's when we talk about all the time fees. How can we find out how much we pay in fees? Is there a way to get educated on that? Absolutely, That's one of the things we're gonna look at in our second opinion services to try and understand what are the costs both known and unknown inside of your investments. You know, there's the advisory fees. Sometimes there's expense. Three shows people are unaware of S O doing a deep dive into that to understand there's all sorts of tools out there you can use. But it's very hard if you're not really knowledgeable about where those costs can come from to have ah, true understanding of what your total fees are, and we use, you know, Third party software to toe kinda go winner because, like just a just a lot of stuff under the hood is kind of like, you know, I was like to compare fees toe. You know an iceberg. You know an iceberg. You've got so much that showing above the water, like the advisory fees that shows talking about, even if you read the prospectus and stuff like that, people say we know, but when we use the software that we use, everybody knows that the majority of the iceberg is underwater. But you can't see those of the hidden fees that pop up in terms of these, especially in mutual funds been trading fees internally inside of that expensive, said Don't have to be listed that people think, Oh, everything's got to be listening. A prospectus that's not true. So what we do is we go in, and we do that analysis for people so they can get an idea of, you know, known and unknown or what we say, you know, visible and hidden fees so people really do have an idea. Of how much they're paying, Joe. Do you find that when you sit down with somebody, and you don't do that Second opinion service are the hidden fees some of the biggest shocks in a portfolio. It certainly can be in a gig in depends on how you're invested. If you have some of those variable annuities, especially like we talked about earlier. Sometimes those aren't the most fun now list this reviews when you're having to give him that information, especially if they've got a good relationship or what, not with the adviser, but I find that most people, especially if they're in that retail world aren't fully aware of the total cost of their investments. And so you hear us? We talk a lot, Mark. And then our listeners have probably heard that you know, we say we're on the institutional side. And what we mean by that is word direct to the manufacturer of work direct to companies like Vanguard in Black Rock and State Street, those of the largest three institutional money managers. In the world. We're not going through a broker dealer, and so there's not somebody with their hand in your pocket. And basically you have all these additional fees that a lot of times again are unknown as Joe just Saturday night, and you can't see him and that's stuff that we can share with people. So when we say institutional, we mean we're kind of direct we go directed to manufacture. There's not a middleman between us. And the institutional money managers that we work with, and I think that's really important for our listeners to understand, And that's why a lot of times to Joe's point when you say Yeah, people like these people are in the retail world. They don't They don't see that they don't have access really, to some of the strategies and the portfolios that we have here. At Raleigh. Well, Solutions. I get a shocking number coming up in about taxes here in just a second, But you're listening to Raleigh's retirement coach with Bryan Rawley, also joined by Joe Macleod of Raleigh, Weld Solutions. The number is 9198521215 again, 9198521215 and Joe. You know, a proud member of the team. And, you know, some of talked about with Brian Makayla a couple times before, But if we come in and Joe and we see you, we have an appointment with you. What do you expect from us and our first appointment? So we call and set up that consultation we come to see you. Do you want us to talk, Maura and listen or do you talk Maura and we need to listen now, I would definitely say certainly in that discovery appointment were kind of there to listen but also to guide you through the information. We need to have the things that maybe top concerns of yours for us to reiterate that share a little bit of our concerns as well. But honestly, I'd say it's probably 50 50. We share a good bit about ourselves. We also want people to come in and share what's important to them. What they've done what they want to see. Don s so we could make best use of that time. Sure. And in that first discovery appointment. What do we like physically? What do we need to bring with us? What would be great? Is it a recent account statements? Tax returns Anything where we can see kind of the ticker symbols and investments to allow us to go in and dig in and see what's going on inside of there s so I think that's about it. Really? Yeah. You know, if your bank statements you know people have insurance policy, Social security system. Yeah. So security statement so we can do an analysis and we can show people the most efficient way to take the Social security and just having an understanding of you know how much money's in qualified in non qualified accounts, and those things were really helpful. But you know that that first visit is really crucial for us to get to learn about our listeners. And you know what keeps him up at night and and and also who And what's most important to them, and you know, Joseph, it can be 50 50. We can kind of go back because we want to answer any questions because a lot of times it's tough for people to come in, and I would say, get financially naked or to share their stuff with us. But a lot of our long time listeners. They take that plunge and they come in and find out that we're going to take the time to learn about them. It's not just a how much money do you have? Where do you have it all? We can do better. It's tell us a little bit about your current strategies. Tell us what's important. The money about you tell us who's most important to you and what it is you're trying to accomplish. Let us really understand. You know what's important to you and what it is. You're trying to do because the more information that people are willing to share that then the more strategies that we compare to light and you know, Joe kind of said it. We can kind of hit on some things that will resonate. You know on that second visit if people are open enough to share those concerns, and that's that's really the key is people. Yeah, they could bring in some statements and stuff, but we really wanted to come in with an open mind. And just be willing to share what it is that keeps him up at night and what it is they're trying to accomplish. And then let us go to work in between visits and really put together a comprehensive analysis and that may be coming back with some really good. You know, strategies or some really good analysis to kind of say, Hey, we're on track or we can improve your efficiency. We can improve your dividend rate. We could lower your fees. Those types of things. Yeah, And I think also, and Brian, you've always been very good about saying Look. Ah, lot of us has made mistakes in the past. And we shouldn't be ashamed by that. Because the goal it Rollie Wealth Solutions. Your goal is to see it. Yeah, Okay. You've had some steaks. You made some financial problems, but we got to get you on the right path and make sure that you're making the correct Decisions moving forward. So whatever you've done in the past, that doesn't matter. It's about what's in the future. Absolutely. And that's a big thing. I mean, nobody's ever I haven't met anybody. Let me say this is, you know every stock or every did finance of the decision They've made. This worked out. And, you know, Ben home runs and the people who show us those They always people always talk to us about the one or two things that really well And then, Joe and I know, please start going through the statements in the lot of times to people that say that you see these red red bed. You know some things that we don't hear..
Fresh "Bryan" from First Day
"To coast across you say you can find out more about us by going to our website, America's health care advocate Com Lost the stuff up there. I'm some pretty good videos up there with Dana Goodell, My yo complies instructor. No, don't worry. I'm not doing a lot of yoga employees on the on the video showed through that, but nonetheless, they are informative. They are helpful. And you know, I've got a show coming up here and not too distant future on the talk about the importance of exercise 41 different issues that you have health issues in this country can be improved significantly with moderate exercise That's in upcoming show, but it's something it's important to know. All right in studio with me, Nate. Take my producer, Mr. Oscar Monterroso on By the way, I want to welcome once again our newest affiliate W L, A, M and F. M. 106.9 in Elmira Corning, New York. We're happy to have them on board Want to thank Bryan O'Neal for making that happen? So let's go through this whole new issue with because this is really just changed everything with a CIA Obama care. Okay? So one of the first but this is something that's coming up. We'll talk about that. It hasn't been put in place yet, but we hear it in the great fine right now. Let's talk about this unemployment thing, because this is interesting. Yes. So I understand that we still don't have all the details on this. So what I say could be, um, inaccurately around. But our understanding is that when, um anyone has been drawing unemployment at any point in 2021, they will qualify. For marketplace plan with a zero premium We believe people will be able to start setting up for those in July. So if you drew unemployment, even for just one month, say in February, then come July. If the timeline holds as they originally wrote it, then they can get on the plane with us. You're a premium. So why do you think they're doing that? What do you think The reasoning is? Well, the unemployment benefits are basically, um for most people, a scaled down version of what they were getting paid. And so you're not making as much as you were previously. And if you got scaled down from your job or released, or what have you You don't have health insurance. You don't have health insurance. You don't have an option and you may not be able to afford even to pay $75 for something. So this gives something out there for people to get so that even if you don't want to pay, you know, $7500. Maybe you don't have $7500 exactly. You know, I'm talking to people every day who are getting unemployment of maybe only $300 a week. And so then they've got to figure out how they're going to pay for the rent for the month pay for their car and so on. They don't have money for that. But if something some medical event happens, they're gonna get wiped out. And this plane will help them protect against that. Yes. So again, Okay, people. You know, I think this is a good thing. This is not a political issue to me. This is an issue of doing the right thing. Okay, People need help. This is the kind of help it make sense. Okay on won't go on forever. You know, it'll be a limited plan for certain period of time. But the point is, it's needed now. You still got I just saw the new unemployment report came out. I think it was today. 840. No 744,000 people new people filed for unemployment. We're not out of this thing yet. Okay, People are still out there trying to get work. Although there are a lot of you know businesses that are looking to employ people. There's still a lot of people who can't find jobs that need jobs. So you know this is a way to help them get through this. So there's some other things they're going on that interesting. Let's talk about so the subsidies are bigger now. So you say they're better explain what what that's about. And how that works. Yeah, so, giving people an example, let's say again using myself if you're filing married, and you know you're about 33 years old. Maybe you were getting a subsidy of I don't know 200 a month and they stop your income at this point with this change. Maybe that subsidies been increased it to 50, which means that so much the government's paying, and so now you're paying $50 less per month people. Anyone who's getting a subsidy right now in the marketplace is now going to qualify to receive more money. For their premium from the government and pay less themselves. They have two options. They can either go ahead and update their application so they can start getting that increased subsidy and paying less themselves where they committed a crew. Then they'll be rewarded that extra money at tax time when they file next year. Yeah, but you know what's gonna happen? 90% of people are gonna want it now because they eat it now. So right. Okay, So how did they do that? What they call you? Do they go try to go on a government website? This stuff is never easy, okay, but it's not like I always say it's confusing as hell. Whether it's Medicare or a CIA or even You know, employer sponsored group Benefit's all the pieces the puzzle hard to put together If you don't do this for a living, it's Greek. So go back, okay and talk about how do they do that? Okay, so the easiest way to do it? It's just to call me or call a different Asia is a point with the marketplace. We know exactly where to go to make the change. Because, unfortunately, you can't just apply the change. You have to go through the entire application again. There. Are course you do. Right. Well, you wouldn't be simple. It's government. Okay? Yeah, and there are Um, 22 of actually another 30 plus optional questions on the application. They all have a different function. They all have a different purpose. But they don't tell you why they just say this question is optional. And As an agent. I understand what those air force but other people they don't They don't know which ones to hit. Which wants to leave alone. And so you can do it yourself, But yeah, good luck. But you can call me and I will do it for you. And I don't charge and we're gonna put through and your income will be updated or the subsidy will be updated. Even if you're income's not changing at all. And then the health insurance marketplace will passing information onto you ensure, and the updated on the next invoice. Wow, That's pretty amazing. So we got two good things going on here. If you received unemployment don't have health insurance. You got an option now to get it coming up. We think in July he's not not official yet, But I'm sure we'll hear about it on Ben. We've got the better subsidies option. Which is out there if you're.
Fresh update on "bryan" discussed on Purity Products
"Does he still get excited when he grabs another? Yeah. I mean, it's just cool. You remember had a number one and then I have another one for about two years. So The first one. So it's still exciting. Every time a song goes Number one, and it was just one of those things at some point. You know that run is gonna sort of come to an end. So It's always nice to enjoy it and let's go. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists I Heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to ask why the song Reckless was not actually on the original, reckless album. I think it was just down to timing like again if you want to get the album out for such a such a Bond. I never thought the demo was good enough so because I used to have this thing right Demo, Then I take it to the band. I mean, we cut it, but in essence, the demo was just fine. If you listen to it, it's pretty good and You could easily make the outlines didn't think to do it..
Fresh update on "bryan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Class Bryan Hunt went in, even though he didn't have a wetsuit found the man in a small air pocket and pulled him out from under the boat to safety. This past week, D C offered residents of free beer if they got a covert 19 vaccine shot at the Kennedy Center. The pop up event was part of a changing strategy to get hesitant people, especially younger adults vaccinated for those not vaccinated. Yet sometimes individuals take a little bit longer and needs a motivation for younger adults and maybe a feeling that they don't need to worry about the virus to that. Patrick Ashley, a senior deputy director of D. C health, says the reality is that we see young people that die or end up in the hospital from Cove it the free beer for getting a shot was one way the city look To incentivize getting vaccinated, and they're not just trying to learn younger crowds. We.
Fresh update on "bryan" discussed on Bryan Suits
"The peace loving nations have demonstrated in the West. That their arms are stronger by far. And the might of dictators are the tyranny of military clicks. That once called us soft and weak. The power of our peoples to defend themselves against all enemies. Will be proved in the Pacific War as it was proved in Europe. That is the statement in its entirety. Hey, had a economy of words, didn't he? But what happens next, right? Well, here's part of the deal. Was that the Germans didn't surrender on mass. There were other miners surrenders that preceded The signing of the articles of unconditional surrender and that itself Woz part of the debate a swell because it was something that that FDR insisted on that we were not getting let Hitler negotiate his way out of the war, there would be no conditions. We certainly weren't going to allow that with the Japanese. It had to be unconditional surrender. On. That means you don't say. All right, But you're not going to occupy Germany or anything like that. It means no, No, you lost. We kicked your ass. Drop your weapons. We're coming to your country this time, not like we're over one. This time. We're going to occupy the entire country because we want Andre Stalin agreed with that Churchill agree with that, FDR? It was his idea. He pushed for it. There is some thought that maybe it extended the war. Beyond reasonable means, because for all intensive purposes, some of the smarter Germans understood that the war was effectively lost in 1943. They were they were just playing for style points at that point, and if you You know anything about anything of then you know the real pivotal battle of all of World War Two in Europe was the battle of the Atlantic, and it was resupplying Britain and for all intensive purposes. The Germans lost that in November of 1941 before America even entered the war. But now anyway, but it's not. Let's not split hairs on this. So the situation Woz, I'm made 1945. Hitler killed himself in the bunker A week ago. April 30th. The allied armies were in the Southern Alps in Italy. That was the real the real mountain redoubt that was said with fear that this the Germans had trained to Hitler Youth and the so called where wolf Movement to battle for every square inch of southern Germany, Bavaria, but that wasn't materializing. There was combat in Prague, the U. S. Army patents their army Made it into Austria. And and the check is Laki. Um, the Russians were battling for Berlin and the Nazis in Italy had already Been communicating with young Allen Dulles in the O. S s. Later on the director of the CIA. And we're indicating that listen, there's a schism between the very mocked and the common sense. Guys of the SS. With another group of us who have gone crazy SS guys and Gestapo guys, but we would like TOC Orender. S o. As the Allied armies entered Germany. I mean, specifically the Americans and British and Canadians. They were frustrated as they were losing guys, You know, right up to the end, you know, on German soil and the frustration was why are you guys fighting? Don't you see this war is lost. And now I'm I just lost my best friend yesterday for a meaningless hill. You should have surrendered a year ago. You should have surrendered. Two months ago, but you just keep fighting on. That was very, very frustrating. Well, when one of the things it has to be understood is that when when Hitler, uh on the Nazi party came to power after winning an election Um He Came to an agreement with the Army, the very marked That he would get rid of his brown shirts. This storm troops the stormtroopers because they were a parallel alternate army. Ah political army and the old Army didn't like that. And they said, you get rid of those guys. On Gui will swear loyalty to you because that was the deal If I get rid of the brownshirts if I kill all their senior commanders, and then you guys absorbed of the rank and file it into the army, you will swear loyalty to me. And that was that was the difference that the very marked that every man swore a loyalty oath to Adolf Hitler. You know, not the Constitution of Nazi Germany or the Nazi Party, whatever. But they swore a loyalty oath to Adolf Hitler and so as long as Hitler was alive That oath was enforced on so after Hitler died, there were loads and loads of even the most ardent, loyal SS rabid Nazis realized my oath is now. Fulfilled. He's dead on so I condone around one on DSA, so Stalin had insisted that the surrender happened in Berlin. S O. Some. Some of the late moves in the war as Montgomery in the North was headed towards Berlin because there's there's you know, a considerable debate about well well, what if the allies had taken with the Americans and British had taken Berlin before the Russians? On. But was that a possibility on May 1st could in a week Could Montgomery have been in Berlin s O a little more on the background of May 8th 1945 right after this. It is ve day 2021. Brian sits here. Deliver clock care if I am 6 40 live everywhere on the radio at Brian proven with the.
Penguins shut out Capitals 3-0 to reclaim 1st place in East
"The penguins have sole possession of the east division lead after Bryan rust scored two unassisted goals in a three nothing win over the capitals in Washington rust's second goal of the game was the one hundredth of his career billiard a hundred is a is that doubled up optical a milestone and something that I'm definitely look back on and I the chair said if you're over there's a lot more to come but it's difficult Jeff Carter added to the mix with his fourth goal in ten games since joining the pens Tristan Jarry stopped twenty three shots in his second shutout of the season in Pittsburgh sixteen victory in its last twenty three games the penguins scored on three of their first thirteen shots against Ilya Samsonov and moved two points ahead of second place Washington I'm Dave very
US Indicts 3 on Hate Crime Charges in Death of Ahmaud Arbery
"The justice department announced federal hate crime charges in the death of a black man Amman armory in Georgia Travis make Michael and his father Gregory and a third man William Bryan all white are charged with one count of interference with civil rights and attempted kidnapping our break was shot and killed last year while he was out running through a neighborhood in Brunswick Georgia lawyers for the McMichael said said they pursued armory suspecting he was a burglar the father and son are also charged with using carrying and brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence the charges come as civil rights take center stage among the justice department's priorities at Donahue Washington
Talking About Chauvin With a Columbus Police Officer
"We are here with mike in officer from columbus ohio. And today we're going to be touching on the chauvin verdict as well as the bryan shooting. That has happened recently. Mike thanks so much for joining us. Fan thanks for having me. We're super happy to have you on This is obviously been a pretty hectic couple weeks. yeah yeah even longer than that probably way So it's really cool to get your perspective on some of these things. We've had a previous episode where we brought a couple of police officers on and we discussed george floyd and a couple other incidents that were going on at that time but yeah no just really happy to have you on happy to have your perspective. Thank you thank you. So let's just jump right in With the makhaya bryant shooting so that one is probably most. I guess most relevant most present in most relevant right now What what were your initial thoughts. What were your initial reactions. When when you saw this whole thing was happening okay. So i was actually on duty when it happened so the call went out over the radio and like whenever there's an officer involved shooting like bite the entire. Everyone is working knows. I usually we re we operate in zones. And i are radio. Traffic is divided by zones. But when officers involved it goes out across zones so we hear there's an officer involved shooting and then like kinda. We're kinda like everyone else. We're just waiting for the details. And i hear that there is not only a a woman. Because that's kind of rarer than you know mail. yeah so but then it's a teenager So i mean honestly the first thing that popped in my head was like there has to be more to the story in just showbiz shoot. Because i don't know that. I mean there's this misconception that like after trigger happy and everything but especially in this day and age the last thing you wanna do is even be an unjustified shooting
Crosby, Rust score as Penguins defeat Devils 4-2
"The Pittsburgh Penguins got goals from four different players and thirty four saves from Casey DeSmith as they topped the New Jersey Devils forty two Jeff Carter found the net Bryan rust scored his twentieth of the season and Jared McCann October his team leading seventh power play goal of the year as Pittsburgh seized first place in the east with its third straight victory with his empty net goal late Sidney Crosby solidified his sixteenth career point per game season trailing only Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe in league history any time you're mentioned you know it's Corey on Wayne Gretzky that's that's pretty neat and you know it it's also a reminder of how long I've played too so that's a compliment to to be in that company Jack Hughes and miles wood scored for the devils which lost a ninth straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Create Labs "Creator" Abran Maldanado
"One of the special guests is braun maldonado and he is the co founder for create labs. He is coming on as quote the creator with his quote. The creation clara and that's melt a. I r. a. And that stands for create labs a is rendered assistant yes it is a virtual artificial intelligence robot if you will and it is incredible. It is powered by gibt. And if you don't that is boy you can learn a lot about tonight. But you're going to get the opportunity to ask this article this artificial intelligence actual questions and get to hear clara's response so in this particular podcast episode. We are speaking with abroad. And he explains how he got involved in this all the incredible work he is doing in this area and we talk a little bit about the voice tonight as a little bit of a preview in a little bit of a teaser so let's get into it without any further ado. This is a recording of the voiceless. Our show that was done about a week ago. So you may hear us referring to the voice in a week again. That is today. April twenty first But let's get right into it. Enjoy this podcast episode. Hey there ron how you doing. What's going on how you doing terry. How's everything great great. Great great to have you here. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. Thank you for having me. It's a lot of fun to talk to you about all this stuff. I love it. That's right that's right. We're gonna have some fun next week when we get you on the show live. We've got people. Ask questions and asking cleric. We're gonna get all that here over the next little bit here but before we get into that. Let me ask you just introduce yourself a little bit to the to the audience and listeners to the viewers and by the way then you've got any questions now live you can put them in the chat and i'm able to to bring those into chat here as well but bryan watt yourself sure ronald natto co founder of Labs ventures associate director for the new york city media lab. I got into this work. Because i am a person of color. Who found himself in the tech space. And i didn't see enough of myself in their nor my counterparts in my peers. Family and i just wanted to make sure that in the underserved community that there was a pipeline in access point in someone on the inside To get them opportunities in second brought me here to the
Columbus Police Shoot and Kill a Black Teenage Girl
"Activists are not convinced the shooting death of 16 year old McKay, a Bryan by a Columbus police officer was justified their train to de escalate and so they need to start the escalating when it comes to black people, because we're not a threat. We're scared for our lives, you know, Abdurrahim says it didn't have to end that way. Body camera footage of the shooting of a teenage girl. Appears to show the girl armed with a knife trying to stab to people when the Columbus police officer opened fire, killing her yesterday, ABC is now investigating officer involved is now on
ACM Awards Returns to Nashville After Rough Year
"The shadow of the corona virus pandemic hung over last night's academy of country music awards I marquees are a letter with the latest little big town performs at the ACM awards as a threesome Phillip sweet's tested positive for covert nineteen so the group had a cardboard cutout of him entertainer of the year winner Luke Bryan also is in isolation after testing positive he says he can't wait to see the fans again we mess touring we missed being on the road with everybody that makes me an entertainer my bus drivers my band my crew the ACM's were held before a limited audience of healthcare workers in Nashville
Trooper wounded in Bryan mass shooting released from hospital
"Tovar was sent home today with DPS, saying You'll have challenges in the days ahead, but vowed he won't be alone. GPS is to ours. Family's extremely loving and his brothers and sisters in law enforcement will support him. The Texas Legislature is discussing a bill that would require a panic button in every school classroom in the State
Oasis: Hooliganism, Hedonism, and the "Greatest Rock N Roll Band on the Planet"
"Stories about always aren't seen this started. Riots sank rolls royces and swimming. Pools physically attacked. Police officers publicly brawled with each other. In rival popstars the committed to a life of hooliganism and hedonism and vandalized. Robbed stole drugged their way around. The boredom of youth raised in manchester england's council estates public housing oasis's bandleader noel. Gallagher and his younger brother liam were determined to become the greatest rock and roll band on the planet and remarkably despite or perhaps because of their humble beginnings there were able to achieve that goal through it all they made great music anthems pure pop instant classics and that music. You heard at. The top of the show wasn't great music. That was a preset loop from a mellow tron. Called mellow swag lager m. k. One i played you that loop. 'cause i can't afford the rights to everything i do. I do it for you by bryan adams in would a play that specific slice of prince of thieves. She could i afford it. Because that was the number one song in america on august eighteenth nine hundred ninety one and that was the day oasis to stage for the very first time at the boardwalk club in manchester and changed the face of english pop music forever on this episode hooligans. And he'd nece raggi lager instant classics one hundred percent committed in endlessly entertaining. Gallagher brothers oasis
L.A. offers COVID-19 vaccines to everyone age 16 and older
"Opened a vaccine appointments for those 16 and older, according to multiple local media outlets, according to the L A Times the city's website for covert 19 vaccine registration now has an option to book appointments for those who are 16 and above. That city run vaccine sites the mother
Man in Riverside Barricades Himself Against Los Angeles Police After Shooting His Wife
"A man is barricaded himself inside a mobile home after reportedly shooting his life. Riverside Police say they arrived to a domestic violence situation and this happened just after four at the King. Arthur Estates Mobile home Park. Authorities say this remains an active investigation. The man reportedly shot and injured his wife, who was taken to the hospital. No word on her condition.
Texas workplace shooting suspect charged with murder
"Bond was set today for Larry Ball in the 27 year old man charged with murder and attempted murder after a workplace shooting in Bryan, Texas, yesterday. That left one dead and several others wounded on the murder charge, Sir. That bond amount is set at $1.2 million on the attempted capital murder that one is a million dollars. Brazos County Judge Celina Vasquez, Texas trooper was also wounded during the pursuit of
Bryan, Texas, shooting leaves at least 1 dead
"The officer is expected to survive no word on the suspect's condition. Governor Abbott is promising the state will help in any way possible after a deadly shooting at a Brian business. Abbott says he has been working with state troopers and the Texas Rangers on the investigation into Thursday afternoons attack at Kenmore Cabinets. Police have the suspect in
Dallas Police Chief comments on fired officer Bryan Riser case
"Department's investigation into former officer Brian Riser continues despite rises released from jail following his arrest last month in connection to two murder for hires a dead drill this week there is insufficient evidence to hold him. Dallas Police chief Eddie Garcia was asked if he rushed the arrest. I can't order an arrest even if I wanted to. What we did say to do was to write a statement of probable cause. Uh, Presented to a judge to see if we could make an arrest. Garcia says he stands behind his decision to fire riser from the W
Shooting at Texas Office Park Leaves 1 Dead, 5 Wounded
"Four others wounded in a shooting at a Cabinet business this afternoon. The shooting suspect who is not in custody is thought to be an employee. Bryan police Lieutenant Jason James tells K B T x, a suspect had left the business by the time officers arrived. Not here at this site, Law enforcement showed up. It was already over with former NFL defensive back Philip Adams shot
1 dead, 5 others shot in Texas industrial park; suspect in custody
"Suspect is in custody following a manhunt in Bryan, Texas, after a mass shooting at a business in the town this afternoon left one person dead and four others hospitalized in critical Condition. Police say a state trooper was shot while pursuing the suspect and is in stable
One dead, four wounded in shooting at Texas business
"At a Bryan Texas business. Abbott says he's been working with state troopers and the Texas Rangers on the probe of this afternoon's attack. It can't Mork cabinets. He also says the suspect has been captured. Although Brian Police have not confirmed any thing. One person was killed and four others wounded in the shooting. A Texas state trooper was also shot, and DPS believes he was chasing the suspect in nearby Iola. No word on a potential motive. Governor. Abbott wants Texas to become a Second Amendment sanctuary State
Bryan Doerries' 'Theater of War' Activates an Old Alchemy for Our Young Century
"Remember brian. Dory's likes to say in both physical and virtual gatherings you are not alone in this room and you are not alone across time. He is activating an old alchemy. For our young century ancient stories and texts that have stood. The test of time can be portals to honest and dignified grappling with president wounds and longings and callings that we aren't able to muster in our official places now performance of his public health project theater of war have been some of the most generative and repeatedly surprisingly joyful experiences of my pandemic year. This adventure began in two thousand eight at first bringing. Greek tragedies into many modern amphitheatres were trauma is present military bases and hospitals prisons even guantanamo bay. It expanded out from their offering sophocles and shakespeare and the book of job as crucibles for details and moving forward with the particular dramas of our time from caregiving and addiction and partner violence to the hidden wounds of war and open political fracture. Great actors have joined this company from bill. Murray to moses. Ingram from francis mcdormand to jeffrey
"bryan" Discussed on KOMO
"Bryan Wallace with the Seattle Fire Department is overseeing this and he says it could become a framework for the future is more vaccine becomes available as the demand for testing declines in the demand for vaccine increases. It's a super logical fed, you do need an appointment in the city is also looking at transitioning a testing site in west Seattle Toe also give out vaccinations the city of Seattle's increasing its effort to get the vaccine to underst. Serve the community's this morning, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan will make an appearance at the Filipino community Center where the city set up a pop up vaccination site. That's a 57th and Martin Luther King Jr Way in South Seattle. City leaders remain focused on providing more shots to communities of color and the elderly. They recognize some individuals don't have access to the vaccine because of technological transportation or language barriers. Becker's hospital reviews as Washington is one of the best states in the country when it comes to administering the covert vaccine, But not everybody's cheering over this, Clark County's health director Alan Melnick says We may be efficient, but his county is getting short change when it comes to the number of vaccines that receives one of the things we're asking for us to have that resource, you know, I have some more information about how that scarce resource is distributed, and Have it, have it transparent and be little bit more equitable in terms of how it's allocated around the state, and he still has not been able to get an answer as to why Spokane County receives 145 vaccines per 1000 residents Will Clark County only receives about 94. The State Health Department says There are 882 new cases of covert 19 as of yesterday and 31 additional deaths. Brian Calvert joins us to report that there's some good news when it comes to another virus. Reagan man that we've been focused so much on fighting Covert. 19, A second virus has nearly fallen off the map. February is usually the peak of flu season with doctor's offices and hospitals packed with patients. Flu has virtually disappeared from this country, with reports coming in at far lower levels than anything seen in decades. Now, the experts you saying measures put in place to fend off the coronavirus, like wearing a mask and social distancing. Those were big factors in preventing what would be called the twins, Emmick of both covert and flew a push to get more people vaccinated against flu probably helped as well. But Lynnette Brammer of the U. S Centers for Disease Control Prevention. She looked at these numbers earlier this week and said, This is the lowest flu season we've had on record, and they've been keeping records for about 25 years. Reporting live. Brian Calvert Co ammonia. Homeowners time 6 35 traffic and weather every 10 minutes now from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra. Jordan only had a stall in Seattle Westman. I 90 near the Mount Baker Tunnel that's now been cleared out of the H O V lane. We go to a new crash in federal way. This is South M I five just north of two 72nd that right wing is currently blocking not seeing too much of a slowdown in that south bound direction. Could be a bit of a visual distraction, though for our north bound by five drivers, Speaking of north five has been very heavy from highway 16 to the Tacoma Dome. We get backed up three 75th the highway 18 and then sluggish from 3/20 much of the way into sea tac Seattle will be slow for a mid Boeing field to the convention center. Now we're seeing bright lights on south on I five is your traveling out of ever it and then again out of Linwood and through Mountlake Terrace. North down four or five is busy from Talbot through Newcastle East 5 12 slow from the mall to the Valley Freeway, and then we're going to be looking at slowing go conditions all the way out of Sumner and into Kent and then additional delays to 12 to 4 or five. Our next Cuomo traffic up.
"bryan" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Any trunk twitter and instagram where i most active also a fan page on facebook and he trunk dot. Com is the website music news and more. You will find their this week an interview. That happened a couple weeks ago as usual on trunk nation on volume and it is An interview. I was extremely excited to do. And my audience was extremely into and that is at conversation with bryan adams. Yes that bryan adams. Summer of sixty nine run to you cuts like a knife. I don't care what genre of rock you're into hard to deny bryan adams has just an insane amount of fantastic rock songs. And he was nice enough to give me over an hour of his time to talk about his career recently. And i've always said the best interviews for me are the ones where there are no agenda and the person is just cool to hang out and talk and shoot the shit and that is exactly what bryan adams did. He was in the middle of finalizing new album at a studio in canada. And he got on the phone with me and we talked for over. An hour could've talked to him for three hours. He was great and we got into all sorts of great stuff. Some really interesting stories in this interview. The fact that run to you was originally for blue. Stir colt of the story on how he ended up writing songs with kiss for creatures of the night which astonishly astonishingly as. You're about to hear bryan. Adams has never seen kiss live and he had no idea that one of the songs he co wrote is a live staple for forty years. There's just great stuff in here. I think you're gonna love it. And i thanked bryan adams for the time and i thank my friend paul doty. Who is the conduit for making this happen. He was the one who put us in touch. And i greatly appreciate that. Paul's a great duty plays guitar taylor. Swift spent has for a very long time and he hooked bryan adams and up. And i'm grateful for that so let's get to it because it's a pretty good long interview. I think you're to really love it. And let's get it rolling right now brian items on this weeks eddie. Trunk podcast bonetti trunk podcast. Hey folks are you paying out of your own pocket for gear. You need to do your job all kinds of departments across the nation. All those good folks police fire. Ems medical workers on the frontlines even military units. You deal with constrained budgets outdated gear. But they're still a job to do and you need the right gear to do it. Hunting for military first responder discounts has historically required going from one website to another creating multiple account log ins.
"bryan" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I am delighted. That you're on the podcast. Because you're one of my favorite people one of my favorite actors of all time. And also i've had the pleasure of interviewing you a bunch of times and then getting to know you a little bit seeing different events. And you're always the consummate gentleman and i salute you. You know you literally say that to every guest you have on your show. I know i'm reading it off. The you know what i had written on my hand. And i say i say the worst people in the world. I have said any of the most horrible people in the world convicted mass murderers and before i get started. I'm like before we get started. We we go over your crime spree. I just wanna say you're one of my favorites murders all the merger favorite. Thank you bundy. Yeah now listen. I'm proud of that interview. We had a great time. Yes we played a drinking game and you should check it out so much to talk about. I wanna talk about your new show. Which i am looked on. I really love it. I love your honor but there is so much to discuss. And what i like to do as always make it about me some way. I think that's appropriate i. It's it's very much appropriate. Yes we're both actors. I believe of the same caliber. Take it easy. I've never seen someone actually just walked out on a podcast you did. I have had the opportunity to meet all kinds of distinguished people. And then i had this moment where i totally sold you out. I named check to you in a way that i should be ashamed of. Which is i bumped into you somewhere and you were wearing this. Heisenberg tie clip. And and it's absolutely one of the coolest things ever seen it. I just complimented you on this very cool. Heisenberg tie clip. And you took it off and you gave it to me now. Of course. I'm such a breaking bad fan. Such a fan of yours that i proceed to wear that tie clip around. Now you'd think being in this business. I'd be kinda cool about it but no the first person who bumped into me and said oh. That's so cool. You gotta heisenberg tunnicliffe. Oh a friend gave it to me. And they said who's that. And i said oh bryan cranston. And in that moment like an old cartoon. My head turned into a horse's ass. Do things like that. But i was so giddy such dick in that moment. And i think i've done that many times and sometimes to the same person and over again night my tie pin. Yes i know yes yes bryan. Cranston gave me i. I'm glad to hear that and also the people who gave me that tie clip will be glad to hear that because it's actually a gps tracker and we've been marking exactly where you've been over the last couple of years. Irs very concerned now. Why is the irs care. About what i do at a strip club. You can't deduct the shrimp that was just let that go. It's a second job. i'm a dancer. I'm be the lowest paid stripper male stripper and history of the world. Come see consumption boy. Brian so much about first of all. I was delighted to things have in preparation for this interview. That i read read up about that. I didn't know. I thought i knew a lot about you. And then i find out. There's this whole period of your youth rear a bad ass on a motorcycle riding across america. When you're in your early twenties and what brought that about and who is that guy still in you. Are you still that guy. Yeah you don't wanna know him. You're like clint eastwood in the unforgiven. Not like that anymore. Back when try to make this short. There was a lot of confusion in my childhood. A lot of discontent. My family unit exploded. When i was eleven and split up and i live with my grandparents for a while and i didn't know what i wanted to do and i thought i would become a cop because i became a police explorer in high school and i was pretty good at it and so that seems like a pragmatic thing to do. So i'll i'll do that and then in college. I took an elective course in acting i got to kiss this really pretty girl in a scene in the first day in class and i thought oh my god this.
"bryan" Discussed on Ambition Radio
"New guy has to come learn that stuff and then continue on ryan so this we went about that for like three years. And then you go in the studio and you already know exactly what you're gonna do. There's no. There's no editing songs. At that point i mean bull but now we're kind of doing it from the vocals back so we'll right like chelsea will come to me with like a song like a fully written acoustic song. Basically a wool record that and then start throwing the beat over top of it in the end. It's a better result because you're actually providing music that suits the song and you're doing it way faster right and then you you already have kind of like a skeleton of a song and then a lot of times what you'll you'll find as far as most of the pop stuff is that you can just have a beat and then you have to try to find a hook on top of that. Beat that's normally. It's not the the voice i normally you're able to just have almost a whole at least baseline of song and then figure out who you want for that song. Yeah i mean sometimes it works out like that like sometimes i'll make a be then. She's just fives with it. Yeah like other cool thing about being like her side project. Like i can just make my own beats and do whatever i want. Sure event if she likes one of them then she can like one of our new newer songs. That's not out yet. That was intending on like putting up in selling on my soundcloud. something Because i have a little beat store on like beat stars or whatever so i was like planning on like putting it there in one day i come home. And she's like top wind entire song over it. And i'm like dude that's sick like i. I love that. And yeah. I couldn't believe in. It's like this. Kind of like hippy. Dance kind of eighties jam. I mean sometimes it works out that way but then sometimes she has a song and it would be..
"bryan" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"What what the podcast was back into those a like a radio show but for the internet and this is funny that we've come full circle of podcast where eleven years ago ten years ago. Almost eleven. when we started doing this we're still in the space for to explain. What a podcast. This and now every now feel like all those people we would've explained job to podcast podcast now. So listen we're on the right track. It worked and so he's been on several times throughout the years. And i got to do the talking bad after show for breaking bad but i just adore him. He's just so sweet so funny Just a really smart guy and also really comfortable in his own skin which is something that he's talked about on the podcast for years and something i really admire. He just doesn't really get too worked up about any unnecessary things and And is very focused on what he wants to do and just does things that he enjoys and his family. So i love you bryan cranston and he has a new show which is called your honor which is on showtime and looks amazing. When you see the premise for it he explains the podcast. But if you watch the trailer ford it's like oh this is going to be one of those ones where you're just on the edge of your seat the whole time It looks really really really fantastic. So thank you to bryan cranston for coming back on and continuing to be a a wonderful human being and friend here. Oh and by the way recorded this about six weeks ago. I think six seven weeks ago and i had just held it because this is around the time. When you're on our premiered premiered a week ago. So there you go your honor on showtime bryan cranston on this podcast you on your device listening to this podcast me on this podcast saying or roll the thing initiating oury man i'm kind of you don't worry about it i mean i got no fucking place to go. We're in a kind of accord team. So it's like you. It's fine to be late now. I'm in i have to do this on my iphone. Because i'm in new orleans shooting A limited series. And i have no power from the hurricane took out my powers so i've been tried to power borrowing electricity from people in the midst of all that you still came on to do this. Podcast that is. Of course one of the reasons i love you so i have my little power. Pack year that i'm gonna plug into. Yeah i gotta. I gotta plug it in here so This podcast could be like twelve minutes long ready to go. You know the the thing that i've discovered about life that of how long's your power been out since wednesday night..
"bryan" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Welcome to the podcast number. Eleven o four. I apologize there was a little bit of like a two week. Almost a two week gap in between the last episode in this one. That's going up because we shot the next season of the wall about that time and shoot him in about a week and a half or so. The walls premiering january fourth so you are fourth season. It was really fun But our days were really long twelve thirteen hours long and you know also longer because we were taking extra steps to be extra safe very strict protocols in place as as they should be and just make sure it was safe to shoot but it was really fun to be back on set and working and giving away money to nice people and as you probably hear my voice is shot. Because i've literally been shouting for like we can have on the wall. No go with the million no there. Oh no i'll turn red so and it was just like a couple of talking dead. A handful of talking heads over the summer ever literally not done. I haven't worn. I have a blister some feet from wearing a shoes with the suits. Because i haven't worn suits and so long not complaining at all not complaining. Very thankful unfortunate to have been able to to do this but it just it was like a whole other gear to get back into super super fun though again january fourth. Those are those are going to start premiering. The wall on nbc. But i'd love to for the cork board today. The community quote board. Idt dot com of an old friend of mine berry and his friend. Jason have a company called barry and jason games and they've made some really fun games and they kick started and officially licensed anchorman game. So he writes. It's really funny. Game based on the moment in the movie where. Run burgundy's teleprompters sabotaged. And he reads whatever's in front of him. So now it is your turn to sabotage teleprompter with ridiculous magnetic words as your friends. Try to read through the news without laughing. So i highly recommend anchorman. The game from my friends And jason. they sent me one leading. I have not had a chance to play. Because i'd been working but But we certainly will and a fun fun. Christmas present anchorman the game. So you can just google anchorman. The game or going amazon. It's on amazon. You can get it there as well so there. It is congratulations to bury jason for making making a fun game to help distract people all right so this episode is bryan cranston whom i looked up because i remember the first i knew he was on the podcast early early early on and i'm looking at upright now. First appearance on the podcast august. Twenty fifth two thousand eleven. We had met. I don't know like a month or two before that we both had done. The conan o'brien show and and i was like. Hey man i'm doing this thing and we. We had a ton of fun on the show and brian. So funny and ricky. And he's he's really amazing comedy guy. I mean you know. Sometimes people have to be reminded before breaking bad. He was malcolm in the middle. And he done sitcoms for years. But he's just a great actor top to bottom overall but also really funny and an improv and so we had a really great time. And i think i remember the times.
"bryan" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
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"bryan" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"The story of former clemson football safety ray mcelrath bay and his journey to care for his eleven year. Old brother famer are when raise mother suffers a setback raise tasked with caring for his younger brother while juggling academics college life and his place on the clemson football team witness the power of family teamwork and sportsmanship in disney's safety now streaming only on disney plus. Guys willie geist here with another episode of the sunday. Sit down podcast. My thanks always for clicking and listening along with me today got a good one. Dial up for you with emmy and tony winner. And all around. Great guy bryan cranston brian. Of course you know in for his iconic role as walter white on breaking bad is now starring in the new showtime series. Called your honor and it's got a little breaking bad to it. It's a guy who is a respected judge in new orleans. Husan is teenage son is involved in a hit and run accident fatal hit and run accident and then we go down this path of the cover up. He is a judge trying to protect his own son. Amazing show you guys are going to really love it. He's Home in l. a. bryan cranston. This is another one of these zoom interviews that we've been doing. I'm sitting in my house. He sitting in his house. He turned on your computer. You flip open your macbook and bang. There's cranston filling up to screen. We talk about your honor. We talk breaking bad. And we talk about his co. vid back in march. I don't think we knew about it publicly. Maybe until july when he announced it on instagram but he had a pretty bad while they were shooting. Your honor actually down in new orleans. he was diagnosed. He and his wife robin they shut down immediately production and the show for seven months and then they had to come back and finish the show in october and wrapped just around thanksgiving time and time to get this series often launch so he talks about the hat. He talks about competing in a darkly funny way with tom. Hanks his good friend for who had the stronger. Antibodies hill explained. That one for you just such a good guy was such an interesting career such perspective and so much to say. Hope you enjoy right now on the sunday. Sit down podcasts. My conversation with cranston brian. It's good to see you man how are you. I'm doing really well. Thank you really good to see you. It's good to see you too. There's been a lot going on since i've talked to you last. You wanna tony for network. Maybe most importantly your dodgers won the world series..
"bryan" Discussed on Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast
"The house. Hey Man. But Bryan Alvarez we'll get to that later. Start now you're winning over. I'll try and work in detail maybe swearword. The tire will be play on that. I swear. Yeah. We'll get to that I can't wait. I know there's been some stuff. So I'm quite excited. I'm finding out. As you guys are. so He's all excited. A. Week is because we've had payback. We've Admiral we've had stories so. That's just jumped in. Payback obviously the week off the summer slam very strange to have a pay per view that quick but. I was alright show like I. Don't think it was. It was bad. I had quite often watching it. It was a short like two hours. It was done by like what nine, hundred, thirty, your guys time. It's like two thirty over here which is. Which is radio to enough our so. Like shorter views I felt like in your house, you like just the short blast. Tied with the kickoff show of. And squad. Yet I think we'll save that to get to rural. I mean it was a solid match Doug Give me wrong Connex. About ten minutes. ICONIC last few sloppy moments but it's the people involved I, think. They, told me they'd be. They've actually told a good story those four think. Between a more. Obviously, it came into another head on. Monday night raw. And then he's tied. United, States Championship Paulo. Crews Bobby Lashley. Would you take? I knew you were jumping for joy. The herpes this baby. Yeah I, how they booking them. WHO's behind the creative of it? IF THEY GIVE MVP over for free row but I think MVP. Has Been The highlight. Of Raw, twenty in two, thousand and twenty like I know I'm a bias towards the. By think, MVP is, being, amazing since, coming back. I think this match. Should have been what happened on Summer Slam? I think. I'm pleased to see some out on Bobby Lashley and please that hurt business some proper proper gold. I still think Apollo crews is good. Either hurt him that bad. Thought, it was a solid matches, well, like crews actually big guys. Lashley is enjoying the whole business and they've got gold. Then it moved on Gay Vesey shameless and..
"bryan" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"She was in Fronton in her horse and she turned around she goes at must be Charlie. I, said Yeah. So flash forward a couple more years and the murder happens and the investigation, and then they discover him and all of us here this where news program we're at the Spahn ranch and Seamy valley where Charles Manson and his gang were arrested and you know and they're showing pictures of Charles Manson on thing and before I can get my cousins calling me and his leg got. That's amazing. Did you get any sense of how good or bad he is loading a dishwasher? and. He was too loose. You got to be more measured and controlled, and he just doesn't seem like a dishwashing loader got helter skelter. That's how I. Yeah he was all helter skelter one last question before we go to the game although I think I could talk to you all day we heard that it is very popular. Tattoo is really realistic versions of well your face as Walter. White on their bodies. have. Have you. You must have encountered that in person from? Yes. some embarrassed me I was on a I wrote a book and I was on a book tour and signing autographs of the book afterward and she goes would you sign my tattoo I just I just got it. I go well, okay. She lifts up her dress. Raga. White next to her panties is my. Face. And I I went. Up. Just. Sign it right there and I'm like Okay. I had to get down on my knees to sign my name on her upper thigh. and. I didn't sign on the Tattoo was below it. Right right and she said great now, I'm going right to the parlor to get that tattooed in home my God but I've also seen my face on on a couple men have it on their butts have my face completely on their butts why wait a minute like not right in the middle so you face bisected but sort of on either cheek yes. On one cheek is my face. Yeah. I have a tattoo of you getting your back shaved in. Malcolm in the middle on my back. That's For me. Well. Bryan. CRANSTON is a joy to talk to you. But in fact, we've asked you here to play a little game of our own that we're calling. Breaking good. As. We have mentioned a few times you start and breaking bad. So we wondered about breaking good that is safe driving. We're GONNA ask you three questions about driver's education get to write. You want our prize for one of our listeners who is Bryan Cranston playing for Alison Lee of San Francisco California. All right ready to do this. Yes. Here we go. Come on out. Here's the first question a sixty year old woman was doing quite well recently on her driving test in Brazil but she ended the day in jail why a because just as she was finishing, she swerved off the road to run over and Guti a Brazilian rodent. Be because after she dented the car trying to park it at the end of the tests she attempted to bribe the test taker with some pot brownies or see because she was actually her own son dressed up as his mother so he could take the test for her. Wow I I'm attracted to the last one see That sounds so dramatic. You're right. Very good instincts. That's in fact what happened would work to? He's a heck of a driver. All right. Next question drivers tests vary around the world in Finland. For example, it can take three years of study to get your license but in Egypt, it is much easier to get your driver's license in Egypt. All you have to do is a save room room while miming steering and shifting gears for one complete minute. Be, getting your car drive six meters forward than six meters in reverse or see cross your heart and swear to God, that you won't run over anyone. Well, that's just silly. Although I think it's going to be driving six meters forward six meters back to pass your driver's test in Egypt. That's in fact true. They got the right answer again. We'll say if you've ever been to Egypt been driven around, you would be forgiven for thinking any of those could have been true. All right. Last question you can be perfect here. Most people who got driver's Ed in American high schools were forced to watch horrible drivers ED films with bloody depictions of the consequences of unsafe driving, which of these was a real driver's ED movies shown American drivers classes a highways of agony be appointment with disaster or see red asphalt, one, two, three, four, and five. You know I can see them making red asphalt one, two, three and four but five realize what is there left to say then about the character I'm going to say be you're GONNA. Say Be appointment with disaster. You're right. That was a real movie I should say so were the other ones. They. Really liked to make these movies lurid. Bill, how Bryan Cranston doing our quiz. I am really impressed. So few guests get him. All right, but you have a perfect score, right? Top of the World Bryan Cranston is an Emmy and Tony Award winning actor, his new movie, the One and only Ivan will be on Disney plus as of August Twenty First Bryan Cranston. Thank you so much for joining us and wait wait don't Hang Peter. In, just a minute guys going to get out of this frog, it's our listener limerick challenge call one triple eight. Wait wait to join us in the air. We'll be back in a minute with more of wait wait. Don't tell me from. NPR..
"bryan" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"In your hearts loose in your buds, it's time for couples therapy. Yeah this. With can both. Talk Exit. With brunches, cousin link to messy situation since unconscious and coupling from Netflix with to stable. The was the Mulu Tech sex regret. Sophie Leonardo New Jubal they. Eating therapy occurred. Hello everyone welcome to couples therapy? My name is Andy I. Am Naomi and we are a real couple, a real life couple of comedians and on couples therapy in quarantine. We talked to you good friends and great comedians about. Relationships. Love and we had answer your advice questions at the true. Yeah, there were figuring out what this new incarnation of the show in quarantine is now. Tro Well I think it's a fun time. I think the. Intro was on a journey and I'm into it and I think a lot of people are probably just paying attention. Anyway sure I how many episodes of the take us to do. The original to get to the original took a couple. Yeah, I think it took us a real solid. Handful. This is the behind the scenes action. You WanNa. Hear Rhianna the point. Is You guys? You have already heard the voice of today's guest? And it is wonderful and beautiful. Today we are answering your relationship questions with actor host writer Bryan, Safi Raconteur Raccoon to I'm very much into that. I Love Com racking tour I know it's a very old school. You don't hear enough. You know Brian from his podcast throwing shade. Shade, which he co goes with Aaron, Gibson asked Rana which he goes a glickman groceries, and from his work as an actor on the show, nine one one on Fox engineer from two episodes of couples therapy ain't that the truth, a true friend of the show he was on when we did the first time we were at sketch vest with Arden Marine Yup and he was on with his third Shade Co host. He, wasn't he'd always a good time to talk to Brian. We really had a good time answering some questions, talking life and love, and if you guys ever want us and our guest or just us to answer a relationship question of yours Holler at us, we have a dial in line, and that number is three, two, three, five, two, four, seven, eight, three nine. We love when you call in. Because let us hear your voice. Know where you're at emotionally, which really informs the advice I give? You can hear that even even today in the episode Brian, and if you're like me and you have anxiety about answering machines. What really? Oh. Wow, no idea you'd never see me pace before like I'll call someone and then if I have to get there, they're not machine anymore. Their voice man. I will hang up and then I'll like pace around the house and be like. Okay See. Okay, there's nothing I love more than getting a fucking machine. Like, the my dream is to call people have them never pick up and I can just stay information which is a text so I mean I understand but basically. We are on a upcoming episode of Ask Rana Yes we are just stay tuned for that, but yes, no, so you could always dm us, that's. Zyypah if you've got so. Feel free to DMS on instagram or twitter. And finally before we get to the episode. Every Wednesday we do a live show on twitch. It's usually Naomi and myself sometimes comedian guests and friends joining us, and it is a fun time. Of course it is free to watch on twitch. You can be part of the QC couples therapy quarantine crew. It is a lovely our just kick back, relax. Keep innkeeper coup come crew queen? That was so bad. That was so bad. Both of US looked at each other like what the fuck! Yeah, you know what folks life is an experiment so dimes experiment blows up in your face. The bunsen burner explodes. And Chemicals everywhere and that's how you get the joker so. So if you want, that is twitch, dot TV slash couples therapy pod all right. We've. Talked enough, let's. Talk some more, but with Brian Roll it. Ryen you're saying you're doing well in quarantine before restarted, but you also said that you and your lover moved in together shortly before coir and I. Need Dow shortly before like right before like a few weeks before. Can we had met at bright before your show a couple years ago at sketch fast in San Francisco. He's from San Francisco. And then we sort of were doing a long short distance thing in. We were sort of other I think almost every weekend after that. And then he found out he was able to transfer his job down to La, and so it was like. Oh Great, let's do it. and that was like late Feb early March and then. This will happen, and then like immediately after he was like just got furloughed. This is the wherein and he actually started his job back again yesterday. Back in it, but it's been. It's been wild, and it's been full of extra communication and also extra lack of communication. Sounds unhealthy. It's been a lot of me. stewing and brewing and exploding and a lot Kim handling. So you done a long distance things because again. The sketch best episode was about two years ago, so it had been a little bit now. When you were seeing each other, it would be what like an overnight a weekend most it would be yeah. It would be an SF to Burbank back and forth situation, right? You gotTA. You gotTA. Go through Burbank. I'm got if only to honor Bob Hope was have never laughed at one joke, but apparently he's funny. Hey, you loved golf and if there isn't a funnier sport than golf. Is Comedy Gold the game of Golf. But. Yes, it was great. It was fun. Do you guys ever go back and watch like old.
"bryan" Discussed on Front Burner
"Susan's Ian High Low. Hello I want to start by getting your thoughts on those comments from Bryan Adams. Susan when you heard about that post saw that post read those words what went through your head. I was being angry of course and more than that. I was concerned about. How much impact has worked with have across the country because of course? He's a celebrity is. This was an individual attack. Fine deal with it but you know that his roots will carry weight. And it's feeding into as you say the context of a write anything amount of anti Asian hostility up to and including physical attacks was horrible. Yeah we'll get to the physical attacks just a SEC. But when you read the did you reach. What did you do? Did you reach out to your friends? Did you talk about. What did they say I did? I also knew what they were going to feel as well but you know there was something that bothered me more than my friends who I knew would feel as I did. It was more somebody else not Asian descent. Who said well. He was talking about being a Vegan and being anti meters. I said are you being deliberately foolish or do you accept this kind of Banal Racism? That's the part that was most enriching and his apology. What's worse for it I should say I noticed on twitter. Someone said you know you can be both Vegan end a racist. They aren't exclusive things and I'm glad you brought up the apology because I have to say that Bryan Adams has since apologized many hours later and many people suggesting that this is the PR. Move that people who get caught up in these kinds of things are forced to do or feel they should do and he made the point he said. Look I just wanted to rant about animal cruelty and promote veganism and how quote I have love for all people and my thoughts are with everyone dealing with this pandemic around the World Z. Into that mitigate anything for you well I appreciate that. There is an expression of him being contrite but not really I am an artist. Bryan Adams is an artist and beyond being a celebrity i. The most artists have a responsibility when they're speaking in a public facing we'll wait to reflect the integrity of their values and to choose carefully those words that they're going to use so he has a grown man. He is a Canadian citizen. He must have been aware of the impact those words and how they could have been perceived and we're received Yeah I think he knows. We live in a multicultural country. It's it's forgivable you know. He's apologized but he is culpable for being incredibly.
"bryan" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Bryan to touch on how there's no set formula for marriage and he even gives us some tips when we know we need a little bit of time together we just try to go have some time together in in obviously having a crazy house for the kids and stuff like that there's so many factors that are going on that can make me in Caroline get a little all all touch so we ca strana we just try to take a step back and enjoy where we're at and in there we had a you know a lot there's no formula for marriage you know no matter whether you're you know when insurance salesman or whether you're a country music singer but the bottom line is is just stay on the same page with one another and in speaking your mind in in laying it all out there keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists this media networks this is America's first news this morning with your host new guidelines good morning I'm Gordon deal along with Jennifer because shankha on this Monday may eleventh ledger with us and here's what we have for you this hour White House is implementing new precautions as the novel coronavirus moves closer to president trump's inner circle has more states look to ease economic restrictions caution flags are going up in China and South Korea will explain why will there be more relief administration officials are meeting with congressional leaders about another round of coronavirus funding and employers tracking your every move as you begin returning to the office companies are really following a very futuristic technology offices so when you walk to the office a lot of companies that have a thermal camera in the lobby that we call the far texture temperature and if you have a fever someone maybe will stop you and say Hey you receive it what do you do in the office and go back home Conrad puts here at the Wall Street journal the new types of cameras sensors and apps designed to keep you safe at the office the White House is taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of the president and his staff after two administration aides tested positive for the corona virus we get more from this morning's Mike Gavin a White House spokesman said the president and vice president will now be tested daily for the virus as well every staff member in close proximity to them workspaces will undergo regular deep cleaning and staff will undergo daily temperature checks and have their symptom history's reviewed this after a navy valet tested positive after being in the same room as the president after a pence spokeswoman tested positive Friday and doctor Anthony found she began eight modified quarantine after coming in contact with someone who has the virus warden thank you Mike besides doctor felt she by the way to other coronavirus task force members Robert Redfield director of the CDC and Steven Hahn commissioner of the FDA said they also will self quarantine after coming in contact with the person who tested positive.
"bryan" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"Where you really nervous going into his hometown. Just how how you felt about him. He was probably the one I was least nervous for just because I felt like I had known him longer and the way he had always talked about his family seemed just just like him and just like my family and so I just went in like. Oh we're GONNA have a great time and we did. It was amazing. It was so much else's bullets. Brian was my first and I knew high felt about Brian. So I really went in thinking if this this has to go well because I could potentially be meeting my inlaws. That was my thought and I was so nervous walking in and then the week before. He told me that his mom and his girlfriend before really didn't have the best relationship so I was nervous. I just really wanted her to like me. And when we walked in Bryan we walk in his mom like immediately be lines to ham and she's excited and Brian takes both of us and he puts his arm around both of us and so that was very comforting to me and even his mom talks about it to this day. She's like okay. I loved that he did that. It made me know where he stands with her and then later she was like. I'll kill you. Have you heard. What was it that she said at the end? And you're like wait. What she just said it wasn't I'll kill you. She said if you love him then I love you if you hurt him. I'll kill you. It's like a Spanish term and I. I laughed like I thought it was funny. I knew what she was saying. You know she. She gave great advice. When you marry you marry him you marry into the family and just like a closeness that we should all have with one another and I'm very close with my family so I got it. That saying spans like they motto is like very commonly used. Her sister forgets her glasses at the house. Oh my God they might all how could you lie.
"bryan" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"Here is Bryan Stevenson, give us one time. You will not regret it. Bryan. Stevenson, welcome to the show. Thank you. It's good to be with you. I wanted to begin by asking you about something that you say often and every time I've heard it. I've thought that's interesting. But I'm not sure I quite understand it, which is the opposite of poverty is not wealth. The opposite of poverty is Justice. What do you mean by that? America's credibly wealthy country. But we've always had enormous stratification the wealth of the colonies was built on ah genocide of removing native Americans from lands that they occupied we kept their names, but we made them leave. There were millions of native people on this continent before white settlers came and we killed them through famine Warren disease, and we didn't really knowledge the injustice of that the unfairness of that. Because we were persuaded that our economic security and our political development required. The acquisition of these lands. And it began this way of thinking about wealth that is disconnected from the inequality injustice, the abuse the oppression that is sometimes used to create that wealth, and that that habit was reinforced through slavery and. And we created great wealth in new territories and the south and the colonies by relying on enslaved people and the labor and the benefits that that created without any real thinking about how that wealth was sustained by abuse and oppression and inequality and injustice, and even after slavery. I don't think we ever really dealt with the unfairness of exploiting people for decades centuries. And then doing nothing to help make them whole. And it wasn't just formerly enslaved people. It was poor white that came to this country as immigrants who were also often abused in working places in minds. And this idea has emerged in America. That wealth is created by people with great talent in great ability. And we value wealth, we respect wealth, we admire wealth and. We disdain the poor. We blame the poor. We fought the poor for not achieving more economic security, and we have a I think really unevolved attitude about about how to address poverty when I look at our history of using power and abuse to sustain and creates structural, poverty and institutionalize it without any Shane. It makes me question with we truly understand what poverty represents there are a lot of countries across the world that are poor. But in most of the developing more ninety percent of the people eighty percent of the people are poor..
"bryan" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"I feel like as a fan we haven't been given time to process and maybe I'm just too big of a Daniel Bryan fan, but I feel like there was it was traumatic losing Daniel Bryan and the idea that he's back is something that I'm like. I don't even know if I'm ready for it yet. It seems like one of those things where you would want to announce it like three months before it's actually going to happen and build up and build up and build up. But the fact is WWE did it the right way in the sense that wrestlemainia is whenever it was a week or two from the announcement, the Daniel Bryan could go again and guess what? If he can go again, he should be a wrestlemainia and if he wasn't, I think all of us would be ask. Why wouldn't you just have them at wrestlemainia so. You know, I think it's tremendously unique. The story of Daniel Bryan in the sense that he retired, the we weren't all told, let's wait and see what happens. We were all as fans told Daniel. Bryan was certainly done. You're not gonna seem WWE anymore. Museums injuries are too much so to see him come back out of nowhere. But I guess what the doctor's cleared me, you go white and he's competing right away is kind of an amazing thing. So as difficulty as I've had processing the fact that this is actually happening, I wanted to talk to him about how he's processed it. Maybe he saw it coming. Maybe he was able to wrap his head around it before, but I just can't imagine if it worked as quickly for him as it did for us. How does a guy that was dealing with that? I mean, giving him depression, you saw it on the total divas reality show. If you watch it, I'm total Bellas whatever reality show us dealing with depression who dealing with this depression on one of these shows. You saw how affected he was by not competing in WWE. So when he gets to life changing news, hey, you're coming back. Was it as sudden for him as it was for all of us, that was one of the things that I really wanted to get into as well as many, many other things. He's a really, I mean, when you talk to this guy, I mean, I was gonna say, when you talk to Daniel Bryan, you're getting the real Daniel Bryan. But I feel like when you sit down and talk to Daniel Bryan, you're getting the real Bryan Danielson like he, he, he, he doesn't really put it on for interviews at least for the ones that we have. So you know, I just I find him very, very interesting. He gives you the real answers from his perspective, and he's living a pretty honest life. So I was super happy when two k. made the offer, and I took them up on it. Ladies and gentlemen, my guest on Sam Roberts wrestling podcast. This week is none other than the man himself Daniel Bryan and now the Sam Roberts wrestling. Podcast interviews. Welcome back to Sam Roberts wrestling podcast, not Sam wrestling, the whole deal. Daniel Bryan, it's been. It's really interesting. I feel like every time we talk, I mean, I guess with you for some reason in the last several years, every time there's a chance to talk to you. You're on like some big life milestone or something huge and dramatic is in the process of happening or whatever it is. Last time we talked, we were going down like percentages of chances that you would be back wrestling that you'd be back in WWE that you'd be back in somewhere else like you had this whole mathematics scheme planned out, and then it kind of seemed like leading up to wrestlemainia. You got the news that you'd be back and then went right back in a bit of a world. Wind is that kind of out happened. Yeah, yeah. So I found out so I hid done this media tour did a the Bahrae Comecon. The first comic con rain are the on a Friday I went and did the special picks up. I'll be Dhabi on a baby. It was on a Saturday, and then it was a Special Olympics Dhabi on Sunday and then flew from there to Dallas, Texas..
"bryan" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show
"Is a life in parts by Bryan. Cranston you may know Bryan Cranston from the hit, show breaking bad. He was the lead role. He played Walter y or a k a Heisenberg and yes, I know you're thinking, what does a Hollywood actor have to do with business? Well, that's one I'm gonna share with you today. A life in parts is his autobiography, serious a small stories. Things that have happened. During his life, the different roles he played growing up his journey and his challenges along the way in becoming a great actor. Some life lessons he shares in this book are great. Tips are great strategies for us to implement in our business. Bryan Cranston is a great storyteller, but he's also a student of life, and I want to share with you some the listens. He shares in this book y. loved it so much and how you can implement some of the things that I learned in this book in your business today. Let's get into it. Let's get down to business. Today's episode of the hundred dollars ratio is supported by earth class mail. If you run a business, you need a business address, but it doesn't mean you need to open up a business office. You can work from home and earth class mail, hook you up with a business address and scan all your mail and uploaded to your count in the clouds. You can check all your physical mail anytime anywhere. I love it. I love it. I love it and we use earth Gus mail because we love it so much an earth Melton to with a free month to get started. Just go to earth class mail dot com. Slash MBA month. Again, it's earth class mail dot com. Slash MBA month use coupon code NBA month. Again, a life in parts by Bryan..