20 Burst results for "Bryan Bryan"

Interview with Dr. Brian Gearity

Moving2Live

04:11 min | 9 months ago

Interview with Dr. Brian Gearity

"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live moving to live along with our sister podcast fit let ph believe movement is a lifestyle not just an activity with moving to live. We try to interview professionals literally across the world although today were interviewing a professional from Denver. Colorado. We are in the middle of covid nineteen and and high school and college sports are either canceled postponed or up in the air. So you read a lot in the literature in the newspaper about what's going to happen to the student athletes the stresses that are placed on the student athletes. And as I was reading this, I was thinking there is not a whole lot has been mentioned about coaches some of them who may be new to the profession. Some may be in a profession many years. So I reached out to Dr, Brian Geraghty who is program Director of the Sport, Coaching Program at Denver, university to get his insights on it first of all about the education of coaches and why it's so important and second of all to give some insight about what we can see with coaches with covid nineteen possible suggestions to help with what's going on in a crazy time. So Brian, thanks for taking time to talk to moving to lift. X Ray I haven't been is good to be back with you've been a while. Bryan Bryan was one of our first interviews for moving to live. We found out about his. Long strange trip from Ohio to the deep South all the way out to the rocky mountains. Now, now, look at him, and now you decide that big deal with spotify. Glad. Glad. You've taken me a long ride. I, know you and I have talked a little bit before it conferences and I think many people who are in the movement profession across the Board kind of think that coaching is something you kind of do and your athletic career is over or on the other hand. Some people say, well, if you can't teach or if you can't do you teach you you coach and if you can't do that you consult but there is a whole body of research that's growing on the importance of the Education of Coaching and the Socialization of coaching, which you're one of the people at the forefront kinda briefly describe what is the program at a Denver With Sport coaching and who is it intended for? well I if I Oscar Wilde was a terrible teacher that right? So, just just check that off my list here Oscar Wilde is rolling over in his grave because he couldn't teach him but. So, our program do you In. This is kind of my 'cause I founded the program I, created the curriculum. Guidelines and I took advice. Right. People in great minds that came before me and curriculums, structures, national standards but ultimately, somebody has to decide to Zeina curriculum. When they hire me I was the only person here to start the program. and. So it's a combination of sciences and arts and humanities that's throughout the courses throughout the actual assignments in the activities that we do. So we've got you know everything's about athletic performance in a bit about health and wellbeing too. When you've got to think about that because depending on the what we're using sports or sports are not necessarily earn inherently healthy. oftentimes they are that can be but right like nowadays if you're playing sports in. And you get sick Corey, you have long term damage or Some sports result in long-term Marthe, rightous no. Various tendonitis is or pains a psychological emotional abuse. Have to say these things and I'm not a cynical or pessimistic. With bad it's being realistic in more wide awake in truthful in in what you see in. Sport So we've got bom mechanics. Collagen sociology. There's a great I don't know if you part of it would have been the. Model now back in the seventies. And I believe it's angle I always get tripped up if it's angle or Berg. Forget what is called the bio psychosocial model. And it's a way that we would normally talk about interdisciplinary. Approaches to research as well as practice.

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Dr. Brian Gearity Phd- Denver University Sport Coaching Program

Moving2Live

04:11 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Brian Gearity Phd- Denver University Sport Coaching Program

"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live moving to live along with our sister podcast fit let ph believe movement is a lifestyle not just an activity with moving to live. We try to interview professionals literally across the world although today were interviewing a professional from Denver. Colorado. We are in the middle of covid nineteen and and high school and college sports are either canceled postponed or up in the air. So you read a lot in the literature in the newspaper about what's going to happen to the student athletes the stresses that are placed on the student athletes. And as I was reading this, I was thinking there is not a whole lot has been mentioned about coaches some of them who may be new to the profession. Some may be in a profession many years. So I reached out to Dr, Brian Geraghty who is program Director of the Sport, Coaching Program at Denver, university to get his insights on it first of all about the education of coaches and why it's so important and second of all to give some insight about what we can see with coaches with covid nineteen possible suggestions to help with what's going on in a crazy time. So Brian, thanks for taking time to talk to moving to lift. X Ray I haven't been is good to be back with you've been a while. Bryan Bryan was one of our first interviews for moving to live. We found out about his. Long strange trip from Ohio to the deep South all the way out to the rocky mountains. Now, now, look at him, and now you decide that big deal with spotify. Glad. Glad. You've taken me a long ride. I, know you and I have talked a little bit before it conferences and I think many people who are in the movement profession across the Board kind of think that coaching is something you kind of do and your athletic career is over or on the other hand. Some people say, well, if you can't teach or if you can't do you teach you you coach and if you can't do that you consult but there is a whole body of research that's growing on the importance of the Education of Coaching and the Socialization of coaching, which you're one of the people at the forefront kinda briefly describe what is the program at a Denver With Sport coaching and who is it intended for? well I if I Oscar Wilde was a terrible teacher that right? So, just just check that off my list here Oscar Wilde is rolling over in his grave because he couldn't teach him but. So, our program do you In. This is kind of my 'cause I founded the program I, created the curriculum. Guidelines and I took advice. Right. People in great minds that came before me and curriculums, structures, national standards but ultimately, somebody has to decide to Zeina curriculum. When they hire me I was the only person here to start the program. and. So it's a combination of sciences and arts and humanities that's throughout the courses throughout the actual assignments in the activities that we do. So we've got you know everything's about athletic performance in a bit about health and wellbeing too. When you've got to think about that because depending on the what we're using sports or sports are not necessarily earn inherently healthy. oftentimes they are that can be but right like nowadays if you're playing sports in. And you get sick Corey, you have long term damage or Some sports result in long-term Marthe, rightous no. Various tendonitis is or pains a psychological emotional abuse. Have to say these things and I'm not a cynical or pessimistic. With bad it's being realistic in more wide awake in truthful in in what you see in. Sport So we've got bom mechanics. Collagen sociology. There's a great I don't know if you part of it would have been the. Model now back in the seventies. And I believe it's angle I always get tripped up if it's angle or Berg. Forget what is called the bio psychosocial model. And it's a way that we would normally talk about interdisciplinary. Approaches to research as well as practice.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on Way Too Broad

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Is this word as good. Lord yes we still have an Fye in our mall. That's the last remaining one in the country it has to be. You Know Ray like the C store royal CDs. We gotta go because I'm going to go to the last blockbuster on whenever this whole thing clears up so last night you World Series Yankee. Get your back up here yeah. We'll go in the last. Yeah we'll go to F why they always have stuff on sale. Come on Oh my God. The years this month on pay per view is that China. Now what is most in the But no no before you on your whole Flashback tigger teenagers. All Hellfire no is as this where the whole Batman cat-woman relationship started while the post-crisis. Yeah thanks Sal. Came to an understanding. It helps that a for boobs Require Upright Lalene tax deductible on the alleged this tall building. Yeah he's looking ahead. Bunnies is a lot behind that cow. Straining to look around Yuma portended still dying painfully. Obvious he got it though. You knew nothing was going to happen. They're going to kill another robin really. The I know. So as we're was friends translated cure. He's like I'm GonNa take it the Gotham city. Don't you see newscasts? The city's coordoned-off an army get lines not an army but he will use. Azriel love his. Oh my Lord. Yeah former. Psychiatrist is friend. Brian Brian I'm not making that up though now. You've got it worse. Oh yes Bryan Bryan Bryan Bryan. He should've waited but he's about dudes pointless. I know it's the nineties but we still have telephones and fax machines As Randi for the call school as we'll get stopped by Leeann is guys of course takes two seconds to kick their butts. Yeah we do this. Flaming lanes everywhere. The man is retractable. He's almost wolverines is another building the gloves and they light up. That's just technology right. It's nothing bill winning the gloves yet. Now so gay scares off. Lee haw takes off for Gotham city. When we talk. Let me let me let me talk to let me talk. Do as real on that cellular telecom telephone survey burden here. Yeah we crashes those a couple of good panels look those ones crashes through the actually the next when he each into the water as well jumped off the bridge at that he sees. The homeless is infected Then he walked Walked the cure to the hospital. He did it. The hard way didn't he than the last page Seemed right wing coming down Alfred. We cure wait. Where's Robin Tell.

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Jamie Foxx on his latest film 'Just Mercy'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

09:26 min | 1 year ago

Jamie Foxx on his latest film 'Just Mercy'

"Is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a great movie out right now for your c called just mercy that has Michael Jordan and then also this ask Jamie Foxx. Yes you're not from give it up now you either are or execute chicks you have to face. This is all right Jamie before I lose complete control interview which would be fine but you made a great movie and Jess Mercy you dead. I think this is a true story. True story I think this is the opposite is this is the most important movie I've ever done Yeah I got yes because of who it's about and what it's about Brian Stephen. A lawyer of WHO's played wonderfully about Michael Jordan. who his whole life is? A Journey is exonerating people that are on death row of wrongly accused and and when I met Bryan Stevenson I was blown away about how much he's done. And what is and it's been sort of under the radar so I applaud Michael Jordan for being the biggest star in the world But always coming back to the movies like this for our cultural for us to educate is to uplift us to give us hope and like I said it is the most important movie I've ever the and who do you play. Play Walter mcmillen Watson Watt's McDonald's amendment south in in Alabama who own pulping business chop down trees for living on his way home on a country road he gets pulled over by the sheriff. And the sheriff says you killed someone it city he's never been in Never met this person. They say you're going to jail. And they put him in jail. Put him on death row without a trial he was on death. Row without a trial for six years and I've been death row before studying for movie and the one thing that I knew about death row was at the worst thing you give. A person is hope because they know that at some point At any point they could be taken off to either electric chair or however they're going to be a or expired but hope walks in in the form of Bryan Bryan Stevenson. Who has played wonderfully Michael Jordan? He takes the case. This is a nineteen eighty six. which wasn't that long ago and They pulled off the miraculous And exonorated a person who had never been in. This has never happened in Alabama person to be exonerated off of death row. And that's the store and what was amazing about how our director destination destined and Michael Be put the movie together on how it brings. Everybody and you saw this Toronto in Toronto. Where just make people crazy and you got I? I don't know eight minutes and thirteen minutes standing ovation but what I really appreciated about the movie. Was it allowed everyone in this movie tested in front of a all black audience at a ninety seven now we expect it for that to be in a high number then they tested in the mid West in front of mostly white audience and we what they say it tested at a ninety eight so that lets you know that the work that was done in the movie as the adapt tation of a book really really got it done. It really worked. Let's look at a clip from your performance Sir Ingest Mercy Screen Actors Guild nominated for I godless. So let's look list from Harvey all know what it is here. You get from the moment you ball buddy over these white folks and make them laugh and try to make him like it. Whatever that is and you say yes or no man but when it's your turn ain't got no thanks take evidence and all the witnesses they got eight thing another matter when all your thank is I looked like a WHO could kill somebody? That's not what I think the way. You're not looking at him and then you do. It's just it's devastating because he wants to get it out. He wants him to hear what was going on in in this soul and then that look. I'm sure he's done it a few times that look to see if what I told hold him really landed. Sometimes people can be in those positions and it's no pad pencil numbers. You're just another person. I'm on my way. But when he looked up so Michael be looking back at him. Engaged young ready ready to take on whatever this whatever this monster is designed to do at the end it was another thing too. I studied a film that that move to me was made famous to me by Al Pacino in The Godfather and if you remember I think it was Zena he was when he was getting ready to kill him at the dinner table. Yeah when he says. I'm going to talk Doc Italian till Michael foresaken and as he goes to talk. Al Pacino Leans up to listen but he looks this way first and and then he engaged so as you study the the art. There's certain things that you bring along with you. That are really effective. Well it sure sure works and that's what you want. You don't just see this movie and say you want to talk to people about it and you see this. You gotTa feel it because there's instead of just anger and just rage. There's a sense of. We can do something about it if we fail. Were trying to do something it. Listen the thing about. This is what I enjoyed about the way. The movie plays out is said when people leave this movie. They feel like they want to get involved. What can I do? What can I do to change his narrative? What can I do to pull back to mass of some of these injustices? And that's what's been so fulfilling with this film because Brian I Steve Isn't who still going out there every day of about his job. He needs it. He needs that people to know that these things are going on because it helps in his endeavors in taking these people and trying to you know put their lives back together. Well Walter Your Johnny on on these calls a lot of things. But he's the kind of person that grows up in this Alabama neighborhood and it was. It's very ironic in the movie. How everybody there even racist Alabama is saying? This is Monroe Kennedy. This is where Harper Lee wrote to them walking bird right which is about Wow this racist that. They don't even say dangerous sort of bouncing off her celebrity. What well here's the thing is like like I'd say all the time there were some very interesting things that wall to sit? Did I looked like a man that could kill somebody. This is the perception that were attacking what tackling the perception that a black man automatically you feel like there is some some of villainous or ominous thing that he possesses therefore of when he is accused of something. We sorta turn the other way. You know we don't necessarily we give them the benefit of the doubt. I can't tell you how many times when when there's something going on on television and there's there's some type of crime every black person to tell you man. I hope it's not a black person. Listen you know why because it continues the narrative but continues The procession so that's what we're what we were tackling in in the movie Walter. Walter says you're guilty from the day you were born now. That was something that we actually ad-libbed in the in the script really. Yeah because yes that's my line Growing up in a southern place in Texas in Texas and being met with early age age racism being called As a young kid it baffled me I was eight years old. My grandfather told me go. Get some gas and gas like twenty five cents a gallon. So he's bringing some gas. I I had to walk on the other side of the tracks. Go get the gas but I think the gas only came up to eighteen cents and I need to get to seven cents back but I didn't WANNA leave the gas out you know so I had to walk into the place I walk in and the guy says. Hey what are you doing while you bring the gas. And I looked at him. I said hey eight. I'm only eight nine. Remember marching back to my grandfather and told him what happened. My grandfather went over and talked to the man told him. You know. That's not nice and whatever you told them what He. He squatted. But I couldn't couldn't wrap my mind around a grown man looking at a child insane and saying that and so that's where I got the line I said I don't have nothing to do with this. I was just born. How can I change this? Why are you so angry at me just because because I was born? Yeah so when you're born into the world and this label is on you just because you're born. I thought that that was something that Walter that we should Add to the to the layer of his character saying I was just born because that's all of us were only just

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on The Film Vault

"We thought it was great now we had the listener and kept fucking up. Wasn't it? Third house. I was the first one, and yeah, I like the idea of having a listener Bryan Bryan could not the might get down here about the it was nice having to listen. We chose part of it was like, we're watching listeners terrible great the whole movie with him her and she got her fucking up because he was watching it somewhere else. And the stream the technology wasn't quite there bit difficult and anyway. Yes. To start their starship troopers, and then we did Dr. So mostly grain rage. We can do. But. Yeah. Preferably. Obviously, something that's playing readily for everyone and what its tracks is in case. There might be a few years ago. We're talking about what you do is you movie, you hopefully have already seen you watch it again. But you watch it with us, and you can watch it at home. I'll streaming and you play you sink it up. We think it up we tell you how to do it. And then you listen to our like little podcast as we talk about movie, and you're wants to same thing with us. That's what it is. We haven't done it in years, and we should we should do it. Probably at least a couple of times a year. Well done. All right. What's your name on? My number. One is to come in here to the studio with a smile with a good attitude starting off, and this can be fun listeners. Really number lent him perhaps for you guys to I'm going to. I promise you for at least the next you've devil horns right now. Couple months in the shape of devil horns as he's coming here. And I promise I will even you know shit's going on like I did a few months ago when Stanley had just died now, I've been crying the entire day came in here, you guys couldn't tell. I mustered the strength to do. So so I know I can do it check. What did you get your check the whoever whoever paid for Stanley's cremation who demands on ruse? I almost got it out of her. Really? Yeah. 'cause I call her up listening called her up Brian talking about this..

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Deal. All right, Bryan. Bryan, Hurlbert Las Vegas review journal. If I win though, I might give them a few grand just to so. Earned it. But that's just me. I like that. But that's just me. But anyway, go ahead. There you go. All right. Dennis your response to that. Well, that was good. You know, typically, you know, Phil has much much more. He's much more gregarious as much more of an outgoing personality than tiger. Does you know that tiger is little short? When it comes a personality. He was gonna fall I would love to watch. Tiger woods. Do stand up comedy. Yeah. I mean, he looked like sexual stories about all the women. Phil was Phil was very good. But I'm glad Brian asset question because there's some doubt, you know, a lot of people think there's some doubt that they're not actually splitting up the money and so forth. You know, these guys aren't coming out for the hell of it. Okay. You know, they're getting paid somehow some way, and it's gonna be interesting to see if if you know false and stuff as far as charity, they say the side bets it's their own money. I'm not so sure about that that all the money. They win whoever is going to go to their individual charities, which would be nice. If it's true. Phil Mickelson by the way, the fifty eight people who lost their lives on October. First he is putting a scholarship fund together to pay for the people lost their lives. Their kids to go to college, which is awesome. Awesome. Unbelievable. So what do you think do you think they're splitting any of that money? I think it's like I said yesterday, I think it's eight million one million right now, I think I think the winner does get at least at least seven million. It's not it's not four point five four point five. No way. Guys, these guys they want this nine million dollars is the biggest payday in golf history. It is true or false, right? Yeah. Yeah..

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Mellencamp is one of the Infinity stones, yes or no? No, no, no, no Mellon camps. Not the soundtrack to your trip to the dentist. Oh, hard cougar? Bryan. Bryan Adams is though Brian, how many do we have? Got Bolton. We got Richard Marx, we got Bryan Adams. Did you put Peterson Taryn? There should be. Here's a guy supply. A little bit. It's a full band. Sotero in if I can bring Chicago in on. No, you're not. You're in Stuart stone. Not done Rod Stewart stone? No, but he was with faces late. He's, he's laid. He goes back to far before ever young. Let's update poll. Let's update the polls at lebatardshow. Twitter balls brought to you by discover card, discover things. Annual fees are ridiculous. If you do to find out more at discover dot com. Are you surprised that in the air tonight is something that inspires athletes guys was Phil Collins in our in our eighties. Rocker thing was he in here should be eighties though, is more Genesis. I don't think. As more Genesis and Phil really had hits in the eighties guys ever happened before talking about this has never ever ever happened before. Fifty percents of the audience that yes and fifty percent of the of of the audience said, no. It happened. What didn't happen? It happened, fifty fifty. We gotta stop the polls right now we do. We just stopped doing colds because it's the first time it's ever happened. That's it. Scientific. And I can't believe. Fifty fifty. I mean, that's it. We gotta stop doing polls Alaskan questions. We've reached the end of the imminent. That's it. It's over. Well, we don't have to work tomorrow of what how it's all over except for this one guy who's been holding for the better part of two and a half hours waiting to put the punctuation on this radio program. Faked Christopher Walken. You're on ESPN radio. Two nights forms bucket of cream with now. He drowns he shouldn't that criminal Budha. The second mousy moves he fights. He grinds out out of the Buddah. You kind of the worst and my watch the worst. The worst. I thought the worst impersonation ever done around here was Stu gods. His fake, Kirk Douglas. I don't have. I think I thought that the worst impersonation ever done in the history of this radio program was God's summoning the father of Michael Douglas royalty from an old fashioned time. I thought this was the worst, but it was not the worst. The worst was everyone else just hammering me on this radio program as we continue to take calls and we should not ever take another call again. Do I need to stop taking the calls forevermore to God? I need to ban calls forevermore. Yes, you have gone to that. Well, one too many times. What's the big to do about war. You can listen to the Dan lebatardshow with this to guts, then to one eastern on ESPN radio, and you can wash on ESPN news.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Medved Show a, waiting for more, news on the Paul Manafort jury that's. This trial Only Michael Cohen guilty plea which again it's Fox News now John Roberts over to Fox News is saying the guilty plea includes three to five. Years in jail Which for somebody one time was riding high apparently they are also saying that part of his guilty plea will involve some irregularities with a New York taxi cab medallions, fancy that that was one of those corrupt, democratic things. That we were, talking about yesterday involving Bill de Blasio who's received five hundred thousand mayor of, New York five hundred thousand dollars from a taxi cab special interests in any event what has engine before is a terrific piece by a writer named David Wasserman and he is the. House editor at the cook political report and cook political report is one of the best prognosticators that takes a look, at what, is likely to. Happen, in elections we have a big election coming up and what David Wasserman says is look the the Odds are overwhelming That there are going to be very. Dramatic Republican. Gains that's right you heard me right Republican gains in. The US Senate And at the same time there. Will be. Very dramatic and substantive democratic gains in the US house Now why is that Here's the fascinating thing they ran. This, through their computers If you look at all of these special elections and all of the polling and all the preference polls and all the most likely outcome is that. There is a swing. Toward Democrats that averages eight points Now if you put that eight point swing Onto? The Senate side you know what. It means it means a huge, Republican gain it does it because. The Republicans the, contested seats in, the Senate, in other words if November six he writes there were a uniform eight point swing and the Democrats direction. Compared, to the two thousand sixteen presidential result Then The Democratic Party would lose four Senate seats that's net Leaving, them six seats short of a majority in other words it would give the Republicans a much more comfortable workable Senate majority at the same time that eight point swing would, give the Democrats a gain of forty four house seats which. Is more than enough to take control of, the, house and the one thing that David Wasserman says look this would be very difficult because it. Would mean that there was even more division in Washington it would mean it, was even more difficult for the house and the Senate a potentially more Republican Senate and a more democratic house. Would be very difficult for them to agree on anything Okay fair enough but on the Republican side it also means two things that are very important number one confirming More judges and more other key appointees. For, President Trump. Because it's the Senate that, gets to confirm those people not the house houses. Irrelevant in, that And it also means, that any chance of impeachment and removal from office is, just gone it's just gone because even if they had a democratic majority, in the US Senate there will be a majority, by one or two seats and that's very unlikely that would still mean that. President Trump was very very far from seeing sixty seven, votes, against him which is what he would need, to. Get the guy a driven from. Office let's go quickly to your calls one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six to Brian in Chicago Brian you're on the Medved show afternoon Michael pay You know I think President Trump cares, more about branding than anything else he ran for president to improve his brand and surprisingly. He won I think by the time twenty twenty year olds around I think the, Trump brand is going to be garbage absolute manure I, think as more and more facts in reality is rolled out in front, of the public he's going to look worse and, worse and worse and is tweeting behavior and whatnot whoa hold on for a. Moment why do you think that is the case given the fact that he has now been president going, on. Soon it'll be two years since, his election And that hasn't hurt him so far why what's. Going to change is done realistically is appoint. A supreme. Court judge I understand I understand the negative view of Trump things that all Republicans okay what, I'm asking you is why do you. Think that. All this, stuff that he has done already if he does more of. It it will suddenly 'cause his strong supporters. Of whom there are. Millions and millions to abandon him why would that change, he has forty percent or less typically no actually right, now I. Looked this morning the real clear politics average it's forty one percent it's been pretty stable off. By one percent that's not less than forty percents forty one percent he has the. Same, kind of hold on hold. On he has the same kind of approval rating at this stage in his presidency that Obama did and that? Pushed it and they both got reelected Okay am I on now. Yeah okay you're you're on this conversation has said has proven to be. Wrong. I mean. Let's review Donald only hires the best people right okay let's. Review. The name hold on Bryan Bryan Bryan Bryan focus this is a conversation I asked you a question, what is it why is it, you believe that that people will have a different approach to President Trump doing the same things. In other words has okay I'll here's your answer he behaves? Like, an, adolescent bully okay did he behave as an adolescent bully during. The campaign yes and. Did he get elected because nobody wanted Hillary Clinton to be president I understand but there will. Be another democratic candidate coming up and that. Candidate will. Also probably have a lot of drawbacks and will be trashed the one thing that that and, max boot who is one of those. Very very Very anti Trump conservatives acknowledges that one thing that Trump did very effectively? Is he, completely destroyed Hillary Clinton's brand and he'll do that to whoever his opponent is likely to be look I think it's an open question I don't think anyone is doomed or faded for inevitable victory we'll be right, back You.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Medved Show waiting for more news on the. Paul Manafort jury that's this trial only Michael Cohen guilty, plea which again. It's, Fox News now John Roberts over to Fox News is saying the guilty plea includes three to five. Years in jail Which for somebody who at one time was, riding high apparently they are also saying, that part. Is guilty plea, will involve some irregularities with a New York taxi cab medallions fancy that that, was one of those corrupt democratic things that we were talking about yesterday involving Bill de Blasio who's received five hundred thousand mayor of New York five hundred thousand dollars from taxi. Cab special interests in any event what has engine before is a terrific piece by a writer named David Wasserman and he is the house editor at the cook political report and cook political report. Is one of the best prognosticators takes a look at, what is likely. To, happen in elections we have a big election coming up and what David Wasserman says is look the Odds are overwhelming That there are going to be very. Dramatic Republican. Gains that's right you heard me right Republican gains in. The US Senate And at the same time there. Will be. Very dramatic and substantive democratic gains in the US house Now why is that Here's the fascinating thing they ran. This, through their computers If you look at all of these special elections and all of the polling and all the preference polls and all the most likely outcome is that. There is a swing. Toward Democrats that averages eight points Now if you put that eight point swing Onto? The Senate side you know what. It means it means a huge, Republican gain it does it because. The Republicans the, contested seats in, the Senate, in other words if November six he writes there were a uniform eight point swing and the Democrats direction. Compared, to the two thousand sixteen presidential result Then The Democratic Party would lose four Senate seats that's net Leaving, them six seats short of a majority in other words it would give the Republicans a much more comfortable workable Senate majority at the same time that eight point swing would, give the Democrats a gain of forty four house seats which. Is more than enough to take control of, the, house and the one thing that David Wasserman says look this would be very difficult because it. Would mean that there was even more division in Washington it would mean it, was even more difficult for the house and the Senate a potentially more Republican Senate and a more democratic house. Would be very difficult for them to agree on anything Okay fair enough but on the Republican side it also means two things that are very important number one confirming More judges and, more other key appointees. For, President Trump. Because it's the Senate that, gets to confirm those people not the house thousands. Irrelevant in, that And it also, means that any chance of impeachment and removal, from office is gone it's just gone because even if they had a, democratic majority in the US Senate be a majority, by one or two seats and that's very unlikely that would still mean. That President Trump was very very far from seeing sixty, seven, votes against him which is what he would, need, to get the guy driven. From office let's go quickly to your calls one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six to Brian in Chicago Brian you're on the Medved show, I have to pay I? Think President Trump cares more about branding, than anything else he ran for president to improve his brand and surprisingly he won. I think by the time twenty twenty year old around I think the Trump brand, is going to be garbage absolute manure I, think as more and more facts and reality is rolled out in front, of the public he's going to look worse and, worse and worse and is tweeting heavier and whatnot whoa hold on for. A moment why do you think that is the case given the fact that he has now been president, going. On soon it'll be two. Years since his election And that hasn't, hurt him so far, what what's going to. Change all she is done realistically is appointed. A supreme. Court judge I I understand I understand the negative view of Trump things at all Republicans what, I'm asking you is why do you. Think that. All this stuff that he has done already if he does. More of it it will suddenly 'cause his. Strong supporters of whom. There are millions and millions to abandon him why would, that change has forty percent or less typically no actually, right now. I looked this morning the real clear politics average it's forty one percent it's been pretty stable. Off by one percent not less than forty percents forty one percent, he has the. Same, kind of hold on hold. On he has the same kind of approval rating at this stage in his presidency that Obama did and that? Pushed it and they both got reelected Okay am I. On now yeah okay you're? You're on this conversation has said has proven to be. Wrong I, mean let's. Review Donald only hires the best people right okay let's review. The name hold on Bryan Bryan Bryan Bryan focus this is a conversation I asked you a question, what is it why is it, you believe that that people will have a different approach to President Trump doing the same things. In other words okay I'll here's your answer he behaves? Like, an, adolescent bully okay did he behave as an adolescent bully during. The campaign and did. He get elected because nobody wanted Hillary Clinton, to be president I, understand but there will. Be another democratic candidate coming up and that. Candidate will. Also probably have a lot of drawbacks and will be trashed the one thing that that and, max boot who is one of those. Very very Very anti Trump conservatives acknowledges that one thing that Trump did very effectively? Is he, completely destroyed Hillary Clinton's brand and he'll do that to whoever his opponent is likely to be look I think it's an open question I don't think anyone is doomed or faded for inevitable victory we'll be right, back You.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And gentlemen we. Have our contestant his name. Is Bryan Bryan Bryan good morning Brian you're. Gonna be competing against. Don prior have you. Ever heard of him Just on the. Radio he's vague otherwise that's true Let's get started Patrick's here and Ron. One, happens, right about now let the, games? Begin hey Brian here we go Trump tweets right let's see how committed these NFL players are to their protests from here on out anyone who kneels for. The anthem plays the. Whole game. Without, a helmet Oh Brian did he tweet that That doesn't, sound. Safe, I'll. Tell you what Brian Wait? Wait did you say. It was, real or fake he. Said it. Was he said it. Doesn't sound real thank you Okay Brian, sake you'll start. Trump all, right Don over to. You, Rosie O'Donnell away from your expensive. Electronics he sat on an. Iphone the other, day turned it into an ipad. Show dang. Big she is so. Big I'm going to say that that could, happen but it's. False it's one of on. Bryan Bryan back to. You if anybody is looking for a good lawyer might strongly suggest you don't retain the services of Michael. Cohen what do you think that he? Tweet? That I'm pretty sure you, know, Brian you're paying. Attention What's the, score, I've lost track All right over? To you Don The only reason I even hired Steve Bannon in the first place was because the editor. Of the. Onion turn me down That is absolutely false take winner right here Brian Win. Right here Omarosa was doing just fine until baron accidentally fetter. Gave her water after. Midnight Go on.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Bryan Bryan Bryan column, so he was denied his application for seeking asylum again from Afghanistan into Austria because thority said he wasn't acting gay enough, didn't seem gay enough specifically saying his walk, his behavior and his clothing weren't gay enough. And this was from an organization with a t shirt with the dick on it pretty much. What was that a government. He was at an asylum hearing the spring and said that he, he became aware that he was queer when he was twelve and living in Afghanistan. He migrated to Austria as a minor. So imagine that he came to Austria as a minor because he was twelve years old country that would have criminalized any homosexual action he took, but couldn't they couldn't the Austrian see that? Okay. I'm not saying that gay one way if you're gay. But what I'm saying is, isn't it possible that in your own argument against why he doesn't fit your your quote unquote profile of a gay man that maybe he's had to hide who he is complete. There's a danger in being whatever you think he should be. Even people who don't hide express themselves very differently. There are people just who are free and themselves don't act quote, unquote, I guess, feminine or gay or swish e and then there some do. But yes, of course. I think he was this guy was hiding. Every move he made, I'm sure. And so this. After he applied for asylum, the document outlining the decision which was one hundred pages what? Yeah, said that it wasn't believable that he was gained. One of the quotes from the decision was neither your walk nor your behavior know your clothing, give the slightest indication that you could be gay. They reported the when he was staying with the refugees. Who were there also, Kim asylum, they reported you frequently got into fights with roommates. You clearly have the potential to be aggressive, which would not be expected in a homosexual just like sweeping, and then they said and also don't homosexuals tend to be rather sociable. I don't know about you fucking be friends with wine. Oh, exactly. Exactly. So under law, what's the ruling council who do know what the council's name that I don't, I don't, but I was to look up what they look like. But I think I got an idea. The in this in this report, it does say that homosexuality in Afghanistan is punishable from five to fifteen years in prison..

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Medved Show And on the Michael Medved Show waiting for more news. On the Paul Manafort jury that's this trial on, the Michael, Cohen guilty plea. Which, again it's Fox News now John Roberts over to Fox News is saying the guilty plea includes three to five years in jail Which for somebody who at one time was riding high apparently they are, also saying that part of his guilty plea, will involve. Some irregularities with. A New York taxi cab medallions fancy that that was one of those corrupt, democratic things that we were talking about yesterday involving Bill de Blasio who's received five hundred thousand mayor of New York five hundred thousand dollars from a taxi cab special interests in any. Event what has mentioned before is a terrific piece by a writer named David Wasserman and he is the house editor at the cook political report and cook political report is. One of the best prognosticators that takes a look, at what, is likely to. Happen, in elections we have a big election coming up and what David Wasserman says is look the the Odds are overwhelming That there are going to be very. Dramatic Republican. Gains that's right you heard me right Republican gains in. The US Senate And at the same time there. Will be. Very dramatic and substantive democratic gains and the US house Now why is that Here's a fascinating thing they ran. This, through their computers If you look at all of these special elections and all of the polling and all of the preference polls and all the most likely outcome is that. There is a swing. Toward Democrats that averages eight points Now if you put that eight point swing Onto? The Senate side you know what. It means. It means a huge, Republican gain it does it's because. The, Republicans the contested seats in the Senate In other words if. November six he writes there. Were a uniform eight point swing. And the. Democrats direction compared to, the two thousand sixteen presidential result Then The Democratic Party would lose four Senate seats that's net Leaving, them six seats short of a majority in other words it would give the Republicans a much more comfortable workable Senate majority at the same time that eight point swing would, give the Democrats a gain of forty four house seats which. Is more than enough to take control of, the, house and the one thing that David Wasserman says look this would be very difficult because it. Would mean that there was even more division in Washington it would mean it, was even more difficult for the house and the Senate a potentially more Republican Senate and a more democratic house. Would be very difficult for them to agree on anything Okay fair enough but on the Republican side it also means two things that are very important number one confirming More judges and more other key appointees. For, President Trump. Because it's the Senate that, gets to confirm those people not the house houses. Irrelevant in, that And it also means, that any chance of impeachment and removal from office is, just gone it's just gone because even if they had a democratic majority, in the US Senate there will be a majority, by one or two seats and that's very unlikely that would still mean that. President Trump was very very far from seeing sixty seven votes, against him which is what he would need, to. Get the guy I driven. From office, let's. Go, quickly to, your calls one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six. To Brian in Chicago Brian you're on the. Medved show good afternoon. Michael hey you know I think President Trump cares more. About branding than anything else he ran for president to, improve his. Brand and surprisingly he won I think by the time twenty twenty year olds around I think the Trump brand is going to be garbage absolute manure I think as More and more facts. In reality is rolled out in front of the public. He's going to look worse and worse and worse and, is tweeting. Behavior and whatnot Hold on for a moment why do you think that is the case given the fact that. He has now been president going on soon it'll be two years since his election And that, hasn't hurt him so far, why what's going to change is done realistically is appointed a supreme court judge I understand I understand the, negative view of Trump things that all Republicans what I'm asking you is why do you think. That all this stuff? That he has done already if he? Does, more, of it it will suddenly 'cause his strong supporters of whom. There are millions and. Millions to abandon him why would that change he has forty percent or less typically no. Actually right now I looked this morning the. Real clear. Politics average it's forty one percent it's been pretty stable by one percent that's not less than, forty percents forty one percent he has. The same. Kind of hold on hold. On he has the same kind of approval rating at this stage in his presidency that Obama did and that? Bush did and they both got reelected Okay am I on now. Yeah okay you're you're on this conversation has said has proven to be. Wrong I mean. Let's review Donald only hires the best people right okay let's, review the name hold on, Bryan Bryan Bryan Bryan focus this is a conversation I asked you a, question what is it why is, it you believe that that people will have a different approach to President Trump doing the same. Things in other words okay I'll here's your answer he behaves? Like, an, adolescent bully okay did he behave as an adolescent believe during. The campaign yes and. Did he get elected because nobody wanted Hillary Clinton to be present I understand but there. Will be another democratic candidate coming up and. That candidate. Will also probably have a lot of drawbacks and will be trashed the one thing that that, max boot who is, one of those. Very very Very. Anti Trump conservatives acknowledges the one thing that Trump did very effectively is? He completely, destroyed Hillary Clinton's brand and he'll do that to whoever his opponent is likely to be look I think it's an open question I don't think anyone is doomed.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"To let me get a couple of my free up in your let me get a couple of my dogs up in this thing there's a non now you good bryan bryan bryan got got got the playoffs got all this covered skill i get it and i can see and i get your point i get your point now in a relationship is one thing they would this relationship low to us at best but if i can't trust you i mean it's like a situation i don't trust you why am i gonna tell you anything and it's not not just cleveland i mean they could've told a number of teams and the threat would have been there that those teams would a texted somebody to meet hey but in the end who cares who breaks it i mean in the end is it really benefit clutch orders just a reporting job then little small group of reporters so shouldn't professionalism transcend who breaks here here's the thing clutching and a lot of the ages but they talk with a lot of reporters and some of them have virtually eat will relationships with maybe three or four reporters and some of them i've talked to them who struggled well i've talked to ages wide you give back years ago why did you give it to somebody so he's supposed to do i'm tight with you i'm tight with him i did it because he covered this player more than you you know stuff like that and so that's another way i don't know that clutch was thinking this but it's like look i'm not going to give it to any one reporter over the other i'm just we just don't put it out and it's going to be equal footing that what we do put it out oh so now you're back on grounds that she watching i don't think he's upset by i mean you relieve wanted to professional statement this time you want to be able to team he's going to be his team without the king's he's gonna show you what lighting to build a champion xu we by see you're old enough to remember the show flipper about the dolphin i do flipper flips back i knew it was i could say what you to loans disappointed shannon he's trying to get back into lebron's good graces after he turned on the run all it would have been courteous for him to give him twenty four hour notice but now no way that thing would you give him twenty four seconds knows i'm like if you wanted to break it kobe dry snitching why first of all why he telling little garage and tell him that why are you talking about to ask you that if you if you agree why mad about it okay if you gotta tell me you're not mad about it what are you mad about and by the way he camouflaged that details and all this we love lebron but he did tell me i didn't find out until after after dry snitching that's why we did tell you what you about yeah he give betas yeah i'm sorry i bruce art says kobe altman cannot be trusted not saying that saying that how relation yeah think all these trades things break you know what to spurs don't do business that way you get anything out of the spurs there is a classy way too busy and i'm not calling off because it's not just in okay that's just the way it works technology is totally different now you know you just quick that's why so many more stories right nowadays than they they tried try to to break bring desk over but clutch broke that one clutch clutch you know clutch richard powell kept that thing this is why we do what we do everybody's opinions with arguments chris later in the show you'll get some more him next to the cowboys trade for earl thomas remember last retold him hey get me discuss cowboys defensive coordinator rob ryan coming up next rumors about earl thomas going to dallas started last year and they are not going away former nfl scouts says thomas is still in play for the cowboys in that all depends on wish reckon the seahawks are going in at the start of the season thomas is entering the final year of his contract anti once and extension and for more we're joined by former cowboys defensive coordinator rob ryan how are you outstanding too long it hey surviving the.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on About Last Night

"Guy remember we used to have that big giant security steve nobu our steve bryan bryan bryan came up to me he was the upstairs bouncer he goes phrase i'm not feeling well i have the flu i'm going home early i'm leaving before the show so steve took off brian took oh i didn't even think about it okay so we're doing the show and i brought up johnny sanchez first and then i bride comic suli mccullough most really good comic comic and then saulius i are upstairs hanging out in the lounge upstairs we're kind of half watching the show on the and talking about other stuff and all of a sudden we hear this guy going off because what had happened was they had let a group up upstairs at laugh laughing that we're having a birthday party and they were pretty loud got they were loud and they weren't really heckling they were just loud yeah and there's only as a comic there's only so long you can ignore that you eventually have to say something yes yeah but hopefully not we kindness i mean if you're teaching comedy scores and how to handle noise number one through five should be don't scream the n word that would be number one well you know it really i guess what you do to defuse that it's just yet kill them with kindness be friendly so you heard the and so this from the audience well kind of both and we look up and he's going off you see him just pointing on it was like we're stun because also you haven't seen michael richards i saw two weeks prior at the belly room of the comedy store and i'm talking to him and he's i was like oh man i was like a big fan going up he's like yeah i don't really have an act though i just kind of get up there and wing it and i'm a little nervous i think you're gonna be great i go have you just been getting into stand up he goes yeah i was on the show for a while ago shit what what was that designing women and laughs and i go do i know you know whatever and then i go we'll good luck there i'm sure it'll be great and did a lot of crowd work and whatnot but there were some girl girls heckling and he of laid into them but people were it was a little it was a little militias but people were so on board with who he was that it went over great people loved it yeah but i definitely saw a guy who was not comfortable with handling something that was off script while he was known for kind of snapping okay and he'd done it several times he's the guy and if you go even deeper and his career he's the guy where he was doing a live show with andy kaufman andy was doing his thing and kind of going off script where michael richards this live on tv he walks off camera grabs the cue cards walks on camera and slams the cue cards down in front of andy kaufman so he's known to yeah get a little upset i think you know he was brilliant kramer let's be honest it he wouldn't believe unbelieving yeah like on top i mean look all those characters are great but like what he was doing on that show and julia louis drive again they will all great but he was unbelievable there's never been the same way there's never been an we'll be another freighter smith another kramer like show me not character that's that believable and grounded but that big unbelievably talented at that standards for different muscle it is it takes time to you know to create a to create a character there a different character than the one year it's kind of like with me and the radio different character for me than in stand up than it was on the radio and i had to figure that out and you and you at the lesbian eskimo bar like your different guy there pamela a mullet wig we've got hygiene shorts off at the but goodlooking wing very proud of that.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on WTMA

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Good morning and welcome i am hillary shapiro this morning meeting on boston herald radio tom shannon with me here for worcester i believe is well wc are any thirty am and one of the things obviously we've been talking about the immigration stuff one of the things i also was going to bring up today was like your stuff has resurfaced because there's now the civil suit and one of the interesting things come out of this civil suit is that we all came out that hafner took pictures of somebody elses junk in was showing them to everybody but now we are learning that it is actually an elected official somebody who is is in office unconscious at the time right and who feels that he may have ingested something without knowing it right hefner joked about right all right and also have details about that car rides became rich amazing car ride of that car ride is is nuts i reread through it this morning and was just the very thought that he is demanding that eight cambridge police officer arrest the senate president is in and of itself quite something bryan bryan bryan right he got a little hansie in the backseat.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"How could don't we're supposed to new york on thursday do you think that maybe he could get away paper a little serious question sure you go from opera sorry jordan alvarez how do you go from operating a tramp to do they then private pilot you probably oh private pilot he does for fun fun to see and then he started he started being kind of like a surgeon for tramways all over the country so he's like a specialist and he would fly that any job really i think my dad is really quite mary sounds like a man's man he's a real do you have a moustache like bryan bryan safi he does he has a very thick he hasn't even like he has a full burly how long have you been supporting the wells did this project we go in and out of it we did this movie where grow at and then at the end of the movie i was like you know i kinda like it and then i did another thing that they were like will you keep the mustache and then i grew back hollywood says yeah it's handsome i love it really looks great he's a nice thank you for a little for a little day few about it how did you did you were you were you seeing who you were under it yeah i mean it's it's just it becomes such an identifying the it doesn't somehow you're fully recognizable either way i would be too it's just like banks banks for guys bank wow wow stashower banks for that.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Uhhuh difficult understand him like would it be mr farley on on on on tons than that always more rotund that's bill murray's brother bryan bryan bryan doyle he had that kind of hard rotten red face very passionate and drive tryouts thing they are he loved everything about it he loved when the bus broke down in a way you could just tell that this was all part of the ordeal the odyssey that gave purpose that he he was going to get us to this show right and now we have a driver named tom cat who's even more unbelievable and amazing and who has done security who has gone up on stage and and helped us with gear and moved things that he's not supposed to even movie would say tom can go get some rich no i'm gonna get the same voices the other guy is wait a minute are they the same person in a strange kind of acid trip way yeah maybe all bus drivers take on kind of archetypal and they like this well well you're gonna get that take what i give you now they are almost all southern guess from rochester yeah you just you just described a person who who who is im impetus who can prophecy helped me michelle prophecies who in an affect empathic okay who can see there's a problem coming or knows how to work out a problem as it comes you know kids today don't have do they have that ability on jail when you allow it but there's parents like me who again try to do everything for the kids to do doing them a disservice to service and i learned halfway through you know before my daughter's about to turn eighteen lola just turned sixteen i learned over the past five years that i need to stop doing that because you membered the kid i'm not going to name any names who was working on our show and they asked him to vacuum he didn't know how to vacuum what it was.

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"bryan bryan" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bryan bryan" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Breaking bad they would know black mass they would know yes he was great he is one of the best actors we have working today he's a chameleon he's hard to recognize from one role to the next always love me easy to recommend you know he looks different meme black mass how different he looked and different he acted he's not exceptionally he's got pretty recognizable humor take some pounds what i'm talking about though is his mannerisms yes yes philip seymour often ask where yes he can adopt a mini of roles but you know exactly what you're looking every time i stink in black mass he looked quite the second up on the screen like black mass okay anyhow he was actually my favorite part of the movie is by far the best part of every pretty much every laugh i had involved his every time he was on screen i just wanted more of him more and more every time every every this movie for me i guess you call it a dark comedy for beginners sort of very very poor bryan bryan style dark very dark it's there's a handful of solid chuckles no huge lasts for me but hey listen you can do a lot worse these days huge with jesse plumbing scenes absolutely chuckled hardly a couple times i burst out laughing but i love that i join his his character and his his moments quite a bit fake you not to be smerch my wife's name bastion god he was good bastion i want i want a whole movie just him they'll spinoff so yeah.

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