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"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:54 min | Last month

"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I think the size of those protests, the fact that in a lot of kind of small and mid sized towns and cities in areas that you might normally call Trump country, you had big turnout suddenly for Black Lives Matter marches and these marches were populated largely by high school students or high school teachers. They were a core of this movement. And I think it made people on the right wonder what is it that our kids are being taught in school that they're embracing this different philosophy about race and this different philosophy about hierarchies in America that wasn't the one that I grew up with. And so you've seen this intense focus on what are kids learning about race. What are kids learning about gender? What are they learning about the LGBTQ community? And it's interesting because I think it's an evolution. In the 1960s and 70s, conservatives were worried about what kids were doing on college campuses. And now they're starting to think that we need to nip some of these critical thinking ideas in the bud when these kids are in grade school. And that's become that's become the next battleground. Well, we'll watch I want to thank you a lot for talking with us. Thanks so much for having me, Terry. I really appreciate it. Will bunch as a columnist for the Philadelphia inquirer, an author of the new book, after the ivory tower falls, how college broke the American Dream and blew up our politics, and how to fix it. Fresh air weekend was produced this week by Theo chaloner and Teresa Madden. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, our technical director and engineer is Audrey bentham, our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy salad Phyllis Myers, Roberta shorrock, Sam briger, Lauren krenzel, Heidi Simon and ribo Donato, Seth Kelly, and Susan ya kundy.

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"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:28 min | 8 months ago

"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Oh, the excitement, the tension. That is our guest Matthew macfadyen in the series quiz also in that scene was Michael Sheen. That was such fun to do because they built this studio. They built this amazing set, it was exactly as it was. So it was really. So it's not hard to my heart was banging away because you're there. It's not a leap of the imagination to think, oh my God, I'm actually doing it. Yeah, yeah. Michael Sheen playing Chris tarrant there is just hands it up beautifully. I mean, it's so much fun. Brilliant. And what happens, of course, we hear you saying each possible answer. And then if you listen carefully, there is a cough a couple of times when Paris. There's a coffin there's a sort of confirmatory cough. Right. After the second time he says Paris. Right. And what's interesting about, I think, I gather the play and certainly the series is that it doesn't really quite take a position on whether they cheated or not, this couple. And I must challenge pose a challenge as an actor. I mean, are you a clever thief disguising your crime? Or are you someone unjustly accused? I didn't well, I'm still sort of agnostic about it. I really don't know. And sian Clifford, who played Diana and I would sort of meet in the morning every morning in the makeup bus and go. Those guilty bastards. They did it. And then the next morning we said, no, I don't think they did. I think they're the victims of a stitch up and we would change our minds constantly. And at the end, we sort of settled into sort of happy ambivalence. And we would Stephen Frey as the director would sort of say, well, on this take, maybe let's dial up for the culpability of wee bit and then maybe let's sort of be a bit more innocent on the next one. And so he had options and the cutting room, I suppose. But yeah, I don't know. It's the answer. Right, you don't know. One of the things that comes out, which has come out subsequently is that while there were coughs associated with correct answers, there was a total of 192 coughs over the course of the broadcast, so the accusation is that the prosecution exactly. And the episode in question was never broadcast, of course, because it was ITV's and once they realized something was up and said the ITV and they admit this, they doctored the that episode to show the jury, you know, there were hundreds of costs all over it. But I think they sort of pulled up the volume. It was a really celebrated case. And I gather that the couple got coughed at by people on the street as a way of mocking them. Yeah, they had a dreadful torrid horrible time afterwards. One more thing during the pandemic when many of us were resigned to our homes. You live in London with your wife, a Keeley Hawes, who's an actress, and you have teenage kids, right? You did kind of a home cooking show for television? Do I have this right? Yeah, we did. We did something called come dine with me, which is, I don't know if they haven't states. Will did a meal on consecutive nights and then judged it. And there was a small cash prize. You and your wife and each of your kids kind of competed to cook the best meal. Yeah, they were very competitive. It got quite ugly towards the end. And I lost. I think I'm a really good cook. But we had a nice time in the pandemic. It was good at lockdown was all right. I think we realized that we all got on. And the weather was good and, you know, I think it was a sort of different experience. It was very interesting going to New York actually after start working on Succession because there was a totally different feeling in New York. I think just the geography of the city and what had happened at the height of it. It was just a lot more frightening. What Matthew macfadyen, it's been fun. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Oh, you're most welcome real pleasure. Thanks, Dave. Matthew macfadyen plays Tom wam's Gans in the HBO series Succession. He spoke with fresh air's Dave Davies. Fresh air weekend is produced by Teresa Madden. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, our technical director and engineer is Archie bentham, our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy salit Phyllis Myers Roberta, sandberger, Lauren krenzel, Heidi Simon and rebel denaro, the chaloner, Seth Kelly and Kayla Latimore. Our digital media producer is Molly sivi nesper. I'm Terry gross..

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"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:44 min | 8 months ago

"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"danny miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Here, for instance, is a mythologically inflected description of a visit that professor eccles pays to his mother who's just been transferred to a nursing home. She's been diagnosed with dementia. Another kind of metamorphosis. The elevator dinged at the first floor, and at the third he stepped out, following room numbers through a labyrinth of hallways. He thought of theseus in the labyrinth, trailing ariadne's thread behind him so that he could find his way back out when he killed the minotaur. He was theseus confronting nothing less frightening a parent. How would he get out of this another door, another hallway, new voices, let this journey continue eccles thought? I'd love to never get there. The grotesque metamorphosis that brings this novel to a close might have earned the notice of Ovid himself, like the classics that inspire it, the latinist is an inventive wedding of the elegant and the barbaric. Marine corrigan is a Professor of literature at Georgetown university. She reviewed the latinist by Mark prince. Tomorrow will remember Sidney Poitier, he died Thursday at the age of 94. He was the leading black actor of his generation, and the first black actor to win the Academy Award for best actor. We'll listen back to the interview I recorded with him in 2000 after the publication of his autobiography. I hope you'll join us. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, our technical director and engineers are dream bentham. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy salad Phyllis Meyers..

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"danny miller" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"danny miller" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Early Sunday morning lieutenant governor Jacqueline Coleman visited the town of Bremen population 200 It's imberg county as one of many rural communities in western Kentucky that suffered extensive damage and loss As of this morning the death toll here is 12 12 is an enormous amount of people for a small community like this Coleman says it will be a while before the full scope of the destruction is understood with the tornado that traveled more than 200 miles across the state Outside people gathered at the local fire station that organized the emergency response before heading back out to the worst hit areas around breeman That included a group of teenagers who showed up on ATVs ready to help clear debris find belongings 16 year old Macy field says it's hard to see the community she's lived in for her whole life so completely decimated Her home survived But her friend lost his The town's unrecognizable in some parts and me and Ashton and Isaac have lived here our whole lives and Isaac was really affected The House he was in collapse and it's just traumatizing for him Mullin bird county sheriff's deputy Alex piper says authorities have completed search and rescue operations and are working to restore power amid freezing overnight temperatures He says it's so hard to deal with all of this in such a small community that suffered tremendous loss Obviously it's a catastrophic event I know in my time of resident Neil Marc county of my entire life I've never seen anything like this Hyper drove me through the path of the tornado which in some places reached nearly a mile wide We stopped at lost valley farms and spoke with Danny Miller a 74 year old farmer as he burned debris from the tornado We just lucky We listened to the radio I mean television and it said go down Go through your device and how I went to the basement But while he.

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"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"I'm on my way doing that. Going forward Kidding aside i do want to thank our guest tonight. Danny miller you could follow on twitter at danny miller. One ron meyer whom you could follow on twitter at two packer They are the leaders in the f. Fcc main event for five hundred thousand dollars as we head into week six gentlemen. You're already author good start with your buccaneers last night. ron i do want to I am. I am unavailable for the soup. Walk in downtown appleton. Tomorrow my wife is going on town am on duty all day. So i cannot make the soup walk you're going to have to pound all that Chowder and chicken noodle without me. I'll bring race over to watch your kids. It'll turn out. Okay okay well. Then i'm in all right. Thank you so much. Good luck in week six. They certainly appreciate you. Hopping aboard tonight follows the talk of the folio. Good talking to you exact. Just banks guys. Danny miller away and of course. Is that a revolt ron meyer. At danny miller. One at two packers learn anything. I think we learned a few things there. We learned that We learned that they shot it significant smokescreen at us. I don't first of all believe they're not co-conspirators and all moves with the pain lineup. And danny danny is the salt of the earth. But i don't believe he can risk Not getting on the or or Resist rather not getting on the phone. With ron meyer and talk a little football and move forward. I take him at his word for what he's done so far but i think that plan management will be seated to a little bit of a little bit of brotherly working together towards this championship moving forward. That's the phone call. I wanna get though on sunday. Night when i'm with the danny study isn't tech scores too late sunday night or monday or tuesday. Whatever you get a phone call from your co-manager knowing that you're already in second place in the f. fcc main event and he calls up says hey we're at two hundred. Plus we still got mark andrews in the bills defense yet. I mean that is. That is a great ball. They were up. I think they were up and you step anyway and tonio Was i last. Couple of weeks. He slipped a second. I think they had coming in two weeks. They have a fifty point lead. Thanks to that. Two hundred and seventy one or two hundred seventy two with a two hundred seventy five. Whatever they put off this past week so they are looking really good. As far as the regular season points title goes at a minimum. Could be even bigger things. I speaking bigger things. Let's go ahead and answer as many emails as we can hear. Fair on neil in albuquerque right steer bulky and feral with barclay..

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"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Think this would be a good question for one of our guests who i know Drafted jalen waddell in a tunnel leagues this year. And that's standing mueller. Let's bring in. Tonight's guests ladies and gentlemen Both are longtime highly accomplished a highly accomplished high stakes fantasy football players with numerous championships in the f. And the at that under their belts. They're looking for their biggest score of their careers to date. This year's they are both in first place in the four million dollar. Ftc main event heading into week six with a five hundred thousand dollar grand prize staring them in the face. Sleaze welcome back onto the program. You follow him on twitter. At danny miller wants danny miller and of course you follow him on twitter at two packer. It's ron meyer gentlemen. Welcome back to the show. Good to hear what you do guys. I'm drinking whiskey bottle not thinking both tomorrow thing in sweet home alabama all summer long. Go so i'll just hackers very on brand for you tonight. Love love your next. He gets the The kid rock and the whiskey comments so okay. The first thing i want to address this to danny i because i think this is going to set this interview up nicely. Danny i i wanna hear from you. How this partnership with two packer came to be was this. Something that was born in louisville was something that was born in las vegas. How did this come to be. Were you guys partnered up this year for this team jumping in their danny. Are you gotta love blog. Talk radio. This is danny i if you can hear me give us a call back right now. We'll put you back on. I just briefly run Let's we'll we'll have un question here You told me the story before. Tell the listeners. This was something that danny approached you with right Yeah i i mean. I've known danny for a few years in kentucky and las vegas. These hung out quite a bit and stuff and he approached. Me is was interested. Because you don't like all people they want the non cheaper rankings cheat sheet. That kurt used to win the kentucky championship a few years ago. And i don't give that out to anybody so he was trying to get active. Because i've talked to him a little bit and we came to an agreement on i'm like i can't give you the cheat man but i'd be willing to do is i can draft some teams because i like to win draft and then You know we can settle up The price winning afterwards. If you're interested in he jumped out of his chair. Had the chance to do this. Plus the last couple of years. He's extremely afraid of escalators. So in between Games and stuff like that. I'll walk down the escalator. Some stuff too..

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"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Above average hosts eric balsam and my co host is definitive commissioner of fantasy football. Feral elliott feral. We have a couple of great guests on the show tonight Two of our bodies to people that have are very accomplished in the f. Fcc and at that see along the break a little bit show because I was a little bit nervous when i was watching that monday night game. I didn't have a ton of ravens and colts going and my leaves this past week but of all my managed teams this year About twenty to manage teams. Where i got you know submit lineups and waivers every week. This past week are eighteen and four eighteen and in in twenty burying and the bachmann column makes me happy congressional. Thank you so much i. I was thrilled It was much needed. Obviously we all know You as an f. Fcc guys understand how hard winds are to come by at the highest level. So thrilled to see it. I hope we can continue rolling. And quite frankly i hope we could pick the minds of our our our guest tonight to to try to glean some Some nuggets fantasy now gets for you and i to to make the remainder of our seasons very profitable here man. I do too. I expect when knowledge is dispensed from these to be similar to being Oh probably as close to the chest and this tight as a slot machine at the goldstrike on Friday night in downtown. Las vegas so i don't really think you know but perhaps if we asked them politely they will be charitable and share some of their knowledge i. I'm very excited for that. We are going to talk to the twenty twenty one f. Ftc made event leaders. Danny miller and ron meyer. Roughly in about twelve minutes here on the high stakes fantasy football hour. We're gonna talk about how they assembled such dominant squad whether you need to keep the fight Whether you need to fight to keep band jefferson on rosters with the bye week. Gauntlet upon us with So many injuries which will touch on tonight That have hit a high stakes fantasy owners here in week. Six and whether ricky jones is gonna make his managers happy in week six plus Obviously it's more topics we're gonna hit on shadow to the chat room right now. You can post your questions you might have in there If you want to connect with us on twitter the show is that. Hsf our. i am at eric wolfman Danny is at danny mueller. One ron is to packer..

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"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Do believe at least. That's what i'm seeing so it's interesting I see we're team number nine with jacobs on drake and team number eleven The russell they pick up kenyan drake. Which i think's wonderful player in this format and how i would've liked to have drake in jacobs on my team In this format yeah Yes and i. I will just second your your courtesy eddie. Love here with normally he does go at the ada weights He's actually gone as high as the seven hundred to over the last three days in this format and Going off the board at wire sewer forty. He goes off the board tonight at wide receiver. Fifty two danny miller here at the nine seven so good value there for newer moving on. Let's kick things off around ten with a pair of real life teammates ronald jones to mike. Paglia tom brady backup quarterback to robert and robbie russell Corey davis off the board. After that as the number five receiver to jump back with robert tanya finally ritchie and assure at drafts a tight end. I do believe he was the second to last team to draft a tight end and he finally gets his guy at the channel. Four and the packers side in robertson phony pollard. These third running back drafted by train. My guess is we're going to be a lot more green on his roster going forward given that he only had one running back selected through the first eight rounds. Tony pollard is selection. In round ten elijah more the third straight receiver drafted by danny miller. That is his sixth wideout. Ingram the final team not to take a tight end. It is davis matic from sports grade. And he gets his guy. Evan ingram the thirteenth tight end off the boards. Who joe borough to hudson rebe right after that followed by james connor. The other Running back in arizona. Todd rose did. Get the former in chase edmunds. So both the arizona running backs. We'll be on team. Run to daylight. This year for edmunds and connor Ryan tannehill Is the second straight running quarterback drafted by kleinfeld buyer stafford. And then ryan tannehill back to back. And she gets ninth and twelve quarterbacks off the boards pair of old Relatively speaking running backs off the board to complete round. That's melvin gordon to bob long. That's david johnson to david's drew meyer. Who now has taken to straight texans. He gets the number one receiver for the texans and he gets the number one running back for the texans or did he fairly believe david johnson is going to be the the texans running back that you want this year and fantasy or could it be somebody else. I believe. philip linzie will be number one. Running back for the season is over jones has been league. Good good player. He's going to get his run with this team but lindsay will provide them what they need especially With everyone believing that this team will be playing catch up playing from behind it. Especially if taylor seeds that job to davis mills the rookie out of stanford lindsay would be a desolate. Check target for young quarterback on a team that does not have a prolific tidy. And i think lindsay is your here. I wouldn't have had an argument with team the if they drafted both of them on the turn right there.

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"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"danny miller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Teams go with Running back running back starts tonight. We'll tell you all about it as we move through the second round stefan digs is jeff ratcliffe. Second round pick. He gets the two or three to go with saquon. Barkley rich insurer grabs aaron jones. The packers rusher to go with derrick henry so he starts running back running back as well. antonio gives off the board there to pat korean followed by de'andre hopkins who danny miller. So mueller concerned with the deleted tweets of hopkins essentially mulling retirement over the.

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"danny miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"danny miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But it's hard. I don't know if this is too personal, but you know, you learn that how your grandfather hurt. You're hurt your grandmother and hurt your dad. And how did that affect you? Do you think It affected my relationship with my father. And, um I, uh you know my grandfather. My father became this really can do kind of guy. And and he was this razzmatazz salesman, and he just always had that energy and I on it somehow. It's it flies off from his dark father, and he's trying to just push himself away from all of that, and I realized in the in the process of doing the book That, um My own my relationship with my father. I'd grown up kind of Pushing that away. You know, his energy and his. You know, you could do anything kind of thing, and I just thought it was too cheap. And, uh, you know, my my dad worked with me very, uh, Intensely on this book, and then he died. Just a zweiri. Just as I was finishing it and sorry and Yeah. I came to realize that you know, rather than seeing him his energy and his approach to life as somehow cheap or not earned. Realized that he was entitled to E mean It's a strange thing to say, but I realized he we all react to The way we were brought up to whatever our parents were, whether they were mob boss or whatever they were, and we take that with us and move forward, And so he was entitled to Approach life in the way he did, and it was only at the very end that I kind of had that realization was able to see See and appreciate my father for for what he did. And this and what he had to overcome. Yeah, it over come alive. You had a moment early in the research where you were going to start working with your father and he had a very serious medical episode. And you really thought He was gone. You thought it was the end. And then he recovered And you had this extended period at which you went on this voyage of discovery. Do you feel like you? No got to both appreciate him in a different way and let him know before he died. I hope so. Because I didn't let him know terribly overtly. I didn't say it in those words, but I think that by Involving him and making this a father son project. I think that we were both saying Let's understand each other and ourselves together. Aziz corneas That may seem, um that's what the book ultimately became. For me. Russell Shorto. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you, Dave. Uh, Russell Shorto is a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine and the author of several books of narrative history. His new memoir is small Time. The story of My Family and the Mob on Tomorrow's Show. Reversing the decline of America's middle class will speak with New York Times economics reporter Jim Tankersley about the Biden administration's plans to get the economy back on track and about tankers. Lee's book the Riches of this land on what built to thrive. Being middle class in the 20th century and how, he says. We can't rebuild it. I hope you can join us. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller, Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham, with additional engineering support from Charlie Chire. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy Salit, Phyllis Myers. Sam Rigor. Lauren Krenzel, Heidi Saman, Theresa Madden and Marie Ball. Ganado Fay, a challenger, Seth Kelly and Kayla Lattimore, associate producer of digital media. Is Molly Sieving. Esper. Roberta Shaw Rock directs the show for Terry Gross. I'm Dave Davies. Support for.

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"danny miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"danny miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Think that was my guess. Rebecca Luker recorded in June, singing the drum current song, Not you. And in the months Since then her a less rigorous disease has progressed and At this point, Becca, you you're saying you You can't really sing anymore. Or you don't have enough breath or diaphragm support to do that, right? Sadly for you, and for all of us who love your singing. Like me. What So, you know, also with us is Danny Burstein, who is this six time Tony nominee, Rebecca lookers. Three time Tony nominee and So, Danny, we've been saying that you got covered shortly after Moulin Rouge closed on Broadway because there was a suspected case of Cove it that turned out to be a real case of covert. And then you Got it soon after. What are the eyes that Moulin Rouge will ever reopened? I mean, it's it's a seems like a really expensive Lavish musical. And you know Broadway hope financially. Who knows what Broadway's future is going to be? It may take a while. I mean, they said in the most recent press release that we should be back June 1st. But you know even that We're unsure of that. You know, I'm sure of anything right now. When it comes to when will things we open? It's true they're gonna have to set up new protocols for theatergoing. Or think of new ways to get the show's out to people. There is a need. There's a desperate need for people to experience art again. For ideas and and entertainment on that kind of energy. That only happens from a live experience. There is a deep need for that. A human desire and we're going to try and figure out some way of making that happen. And that's for Moulin Rouge coming back. Our producers are intrepid. And they are really in it for the long haul and we will be back. I'm sure we will be one of the shows that will return. Yes, it is expensive, but They're they're committed to keeping the show open and one way or another, we will be back. Okay. Well, good luck. With the Tony nominations, and I will be thinking of you both. Thank you so much for this conversation and for sharing so much with us. Thank you. Lovely talking to you, Terry. Our thanks to Danny Burstein and Rebecca Luker. Tomorrow on fresh air. Our guests will be filmmaker Craig Foster. His new documentary. My Octopus teacher is about a year Foster spent diving off the coast of South Africa into a kelp forest. There. He gained the trust of a wild octopus that taught him about its life and foster zone. I hope you'll join us. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, our technical director and engineers. Sergey Bentham. Our interviews and reviews have produced and edited.

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"danny miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"danny miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"What's the To fall in the cage. Let's make fun of them kids. That would be me because I'm just not as well versed in music is most of you, especially before gentlemen that I work with Jr. Danny Miller and honey. But we lost that Van Halen yesterday. Just 65 throat cancer. So Danny has cooked up. The Van Halen can deal. It's very simple. Nobody wants to laugh atyou we were, you know, we want to pay tribute to Eddie Van Halen. And if weaken F with cap let's dio many believe that Eddie Van Halen is one of the top five guitars of all time Top 10. No arguing about it that yesterday we lost one of the all time greats. He deserves to be paid tribute to today. Here on this program, So what we're going to do it's simple and easy. Cappie. Jeff Miller is going to play some great guitar riffs from some all time classic songs. All you have to do Cappy is tell us Van Halen or not, Van Halen. That's it. All you have to do is, say Van Halen or not. How many questions are there? We got 8 to 10. See how it goes. Okay. Do you think I get it? Five right. At least I say, I say for knowing the songs if you don't get at least half of them, right, you could never, ever claim you know anything about music. This is why it's fun to do with you, by the way, and I and I applaud you because you do have a great sense of humor. And you let us do things like this at your expense. But you've never will admit, like I'm bad at music, like Usually, I'm great at music. I like good music. So that's why we can do things like this because it's fun. Yeah, he's the Aaron Rodgers of ESPN without that's it. Let's roll, Danny. All right, cabbie, Van Halen or not, Van Halen..

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"danny miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"danny miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"To go broke. But you know, professional athletes different category here in the NFL. Has never wavered. You know, I know they did the virtual draft and they did the virtual schedule released show. But Roger Goodell in those owners have been lockstep for the most part, but the players association that their march and right towards playing a season even without fans, well, they honor But they haven't been faced with the real choice of of having players on the field yet, uh, the NFL and I want to make sure people understand what I'm saying here. They've been fortuitous in terms of timing. Nobody's really been lucky through this whole thing. So I want to make sure people understand that. But the NFL wasn't in the middle of a season in the NFL wasn't trying to start it in. The NFL didn't have to bake any real decisions about getting back on the field until Three weeks from now, when they got to get back for training camp. They said. We're not doing the offseason. That's okay. You can get by with that. But if you're gonna put your season start on time, you've got to get guys out there in late July. That's when they face their first real crossroads to decide. Okay, we're in. We're moving forward or we're not. You're right to this point. Everything they've done has pointed towards moving forward, but facts that a real deadline that's a real time where they have to say were comfortable putting guys back on the field or we're not. And up Until now. They haven't been faced with that. But they're doing everything they can to put the protocols in place. To put themselves in position to do that, But until that happens and they pull it off, I think you know, we're all right to have a little bit of trepidation about it. Based on what we've seen, we're gonna get a cue from baseball. The next couple of weeks is how that works. I will tell you this, And maybe the NFL has a better plan. But the trouble that baseball having right now with testing in the trouble that some of the teams were having with getting results that doesn't bode well for anybody, Um, you know you've got if you're basing your ability to function or massive testing daily testing testing every other day. You can't just test you have to test to get results. So that's that's what some of the problems that we're facing right now are you could put the best plans in place. But if you can't execute them, which, right now we're seeing some major league teams that are canceling workout. Can't if you can't execute them. That's the problem, And that's the problem might not be able to overcome. Dan Miller, voice of the Lions TV hired a Detroit joining US On the Metro Help. University of Michigan held Gaston. I'm kind of looking at football all levels that if they do try and they can play in our youth high school College pro, you may not have any live tackling until that first game. Yeah, I don't know. It seems to me like talking about pro football right now that they would figure out a way to get a tune up or two in then I know that the NFL players association that rep you know, approved not playing any preseason games. I just feel like there's a lot. They have to come to the table and work out and then we'll know how they're going to do it. Um, I don't know if it's good for anybody, and I would defer to players and coaches, but I don't know if it's good for anybody. To not have a game until you play again. The counts. I would think some game action helps them. Um, you know, Devi four games. Probably not, um, would you No starter playing two halves of football before they get to really games. You know, two preseason games you play happened each Would that be? You know, advantageous. I would think so, Um, I just don't know that it is, you know, serves them well to be at their best and to put themselves in the best position physically too, you know, thrive and A healthy to not play any games. And in essence, you know, not have real live football since last December for some teams January for others and that boy for two, Um I don't know. I mean again. I think that's a conversation better served for for, you know, players and coaches because they're the ones living it but Um, I do think there's a reason they play preseason games. It's not just money. Some of it is tune up. Some of it is the ability to get out there. And to be honest with you. Some of it would be just working through your game day protocols as well because they're going to be important in terms of safety. Danny Miller always love the conversation. My friend Rocket mortgage great tournament raised over a 1,000,000 for for the digital divide in Detroit. Great showcase. For the city. We'll talk soon, my friend, Okay? You gotta appreciate about that. Dan Miller. This is a huge opinion Monday. Huge radio network. These days. We all.

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"danny miller" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"danny miller" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

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"danny miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"danny miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Sir they were there Danny Miller but not close enough sadly as lines would make a game of it there in the fourth quarter only to have the Buccaneers pull away on their way to the thirty eight seventeen win with that victory the Buccaneers improved to seven and seven they win their fourth in a row they will not be going to the NFL's post season Bruce Arians certainly has to feel good about the direction his club is going in right now that Patricia by the way we are waiting for our own Lomas brown to gain access to him inside that lines locker room and talk to Matt Patricia who probably not happy at all with the loss of lines for the three ten and one they have now lost seven straight ten of their last eleven right now as a matter of fact we've got the green light this interview with a fine head coach himself map attrition brought to you by DTE energy we hand things off to our colleague Lomas brown low okay thanks the home here with coach Matt Patricia coach in order to be successful you had this not James Weston why was it so difficult to slow him down today well you know I mean I think we've seen all year such as of late how explosive they are as an offense they've got some great skill players they got in tremendous amount of speed on the field I don't think we reacted very well to start the game to that to their speed to the shots very aggressive you know Bruce does a great job in because love which is great I'm pushing the ball down field so that was in place there where this was we got to be better on got to be on top of it and making sure that we're making those place but just to go through long settle down you know from that point and kind of get a control and I'll get a feel for what they were as a team and and get that handled from that aspect of it but you know they've been explosive they've you know their you know touch downs yardage all that stuff you know they're doing that they're turned the ball over gonna take advantage that we missed a couple that we thought we had and so much of it from that aspect of it should be better yeah coach Broussard pair men seem to be James Weston target the Hey what kind of problems that he presented the defense today yeah you know he's got he got good speed you know we know that is a talented player you know he's been guy that can have a lot of production and he's a guy that sometimes doesn't have as much certainly we know god when coming in was a big part of their offense and we knew that the ball would be headed his way try to do a good job of taking him out the best we could and knowing that her man was gonna have opportunities and you know we had we had to hold up out there and you know and I think look given credit he made the place you need to make yeah he did then the coach late in the season with so many injuries the on young guys getting opportunities to get experience what do you think a with seals the day yeah I mean I think there's a lot of young guys out there that are working and certainly see some of that would you lack of experience it shows up in those situations you know we can make some better players but I think west your you guys been working really hard for us all year been kind of grind and just getting better and improve and I think you know we'll we'll take a look at the table knew of gonna be a big opportunity foreman I thought I try to run hard with a ball he did thanks coach I really appreciate okay you're welcome thank you this is the Detroit Lions radio network Ford F. one fifty has best in class pay less so if you're listening to this from a recliner the Ford F. one fifty can all the way to thirty four of those rocking chair seventy two of those and if you're listening to this while riding a horse well the F. one fifty can all the weight of about two and a half of those Ford F. one fifty built Ford tough match the low number nineteen F. one fifty it's a regular cab eight five leader for like glass full size pick up three hundred pounds GVWR the three people getting rich the labor board can one card give you the peace of mind that will help you sleep better at night count.

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Mahershala Ali Couldn't Wait To Be Part of True Detective's Comeback Energy

Fresh Air

05:42 min | 4 years ago

Mahershala Ali Couldn't Wait To Be Part of True Detective's Comeback Energy

"And pit Salata loaded his scripts with philosophical efforts inspired by the rubber chambers collection. The king in yellow now back for third season Pitt lotto has regained his footing in the magic in his pen. This. Time he defies expectations by turning cop drama into a meditation on social isolation. He details the way adult by CS and self interest fail the most vulnerable members of society, it's children. Marcia Ali is remarkable as the embittered antisocial, Wayne Hayes, a Vietnam vet who craves little more than the company of liquor and an empty VFW hall. He and his partner Roland west played by Stephen Dorf, our detectives with the Arkansas state police a white high school student will pursell and his older sister Julie have disappeared in nineteen eighty from their tiny mostly white mostly poor town of west finger Arkansas director, Jeremy sonya's time-line jumps from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety when the case is reopened to twenty fifteen. When a journalist interviews Hayes about his work Hayes. Meanwhile, struggling to sort out what happened before. For the fog of Alzheimer's permanently. Clouds, his brain. Depicting Hayes, especially as an elderly man waited with regrets is an exercise in restraint eilly pulls it off with a plumb black residents. Don't trust Hayes because he wears a police badge at the precinct his instincts, carry less weight than his white partners. Hayes knows his race limits. His professional progress if fuels the way he pulls away from people which in turn worsens, his prospects for advancement pizzicato understands that the racial dynamics of west finger don't just create divisions. They forced people together to Hayes Mary's the only other middle-class black person in town will pursell high school English teacher Amelia Reardon played with deceptive ease by Carmen jogo. They expertly recreate the instant report that forms between black people who've never met casually chatting about everyday racism, like they're discussing the weather. You know, they're talking about white people. Even if they never say white people from long been teaching about six years all their Westminster. Hey, you say Sarah style from a boss. I'm sorry. Just you know police. I was it here. You know? It's fine. Good really what it is. Here's something then then. Air all poor around here. That's the main thing. What you know me? You know? We're in the hallway or something. They're careful around me, the kinship between Amelia and Hayes could be deeper, but Hayes remains distant Emilia takes an interest in the Priscilla case and her amateur sleuthing turns valuable clues but Hayes too consumed with his own frustrations. Can't appreciate his wife's effort nor her skill. This perhaps is the biggest improvement of the whole series Amelia is nothing like the feebly drawn female characters of the first season. She has real purpose. The first two positions move like molasses on a cold morning. But it soon becomes clear that everyone in west finger, including Hayes, his wife, his partner, and the parents of the missing Priscilla children is starved for connection. Nevertheless, they keep erecting walls to divide themselves from each other in doing. So they repeatedly obstruct the best chances. They have to find out what happened to will. And Julie the production design reinforces west fingers grimness. The town is full of rusted out cars and ramshackle houses and everything exists in a palette of dull Browns and miserable. Grays I've seen five of this season's eight episodes. And the most compelling mystery of true detective is understanding why Hayes has withdrawn from the world around him. It's also about how that withdrawal is a response to larger societal forces including but not limited to racism at this point. I'm wondering can a man who spent decades most comfortable inside his own head for June of connections in time to solve the case taunted him, or will Alzheimer's doom him and the persona children. Forever. Psoriatic McDonald is the culture critic for the undefeated true detective returns to HBO. This Sunday on Mondays fresh air notes from a transplant surgeon, Dr Joshua mez, rich talks about the thrill of implanting, a new organ and changing a patient's life and about some operations that didn't go. So well, his new book is part memoir and part history of organ transplantation. It's called when death becomes life. Hope you can join us. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham with additional engineering support from Joyce Lieberman, and Jillian Herzfeld our associate producer for digital media is Molly seavy nesper. Theresa Madden directed today

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