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"eric bryan" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"eric bryan" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"eric bryan" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"eric bryan" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"eric bryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Welcome back. I'm Rabbi Joseph Potasnik. And I'm never Naor. Bernard. Reverend, We are privileged One begin, uh, have Jeff Kobe as our guest today, and you know that Jeff has a very distinguished background Resume went to George Washington University. Gotta lie degree from Boston University. But what impressed me the most, and I'm a reader of many of his columns and I urge people subscribe. To get his columns is that he was the first recipient off the Eric Bryan del Journalism Award. Um, and I remember Eric Grindle well, because he was a New Yorker wrote for the Post New York Post. And always had Avery. I would say a creative I was able to find something in the new something on an issue that many of us would not see. So it's a great honor to have Jeff with this. Good morning, Jeff. Good morning. Thanks again for having me on. It's great to talk to both of you. Ah, Jeff, Of course, If you had white heat it a few years to get that award. It would have been 20,000 instead of 10,000. But, hey, yeah, well, you know, I haven't had much luck in the stock market either. Yeah, Yeah. Bye. Hi. And hello together of rabbis, and I think whoever contest the same thing is true for Members of other denominations. The pulpit has become a very difficult place in which to preach because it involved in issues of the day and you know you don't Endorses candidate. People know when you're talking about the issue where you're leading And here you are trying to bake congregation together as a cohesive unit. Talk about you know how we can disagree, and I'll be disagreeable. All of that. At the same time. You know, If you take a certain position, you're going to alienate a segment of your congregation, and that may result in a fragmented congregation. You may loosen. What do you do? I mean, it's a little different than journalism. But what do you do? Well, listen, if you think it's hard to preach from the pulpit, you ought to try preaching from the op ed page. You know where the where the repercussions can be a lot more ferocious and where, you know, at least when you preach from the pulpit. You probably don't get it. Flooded with which responses and email and phone calls from parishioners telling you with a lot of four letter words, you know what what rotten people you are and how they never wanna, you know. Have you darken their doorstep again? And how you know they think that you're the worst. You know the worst person imaginable. The media opinion writers get that kind of stuff all the time, and I assume it's true for my colleagues to lean to the left as it is for someone like me who leans to the right. It's just become poisonous and polarized and toxic and angry. And I think Americans in so many different venues, whether there reading the newspaper or watching TV, or, you know, going to church or synagogue and listening to a sermon. Have have are losing the ability to to be able to disagree without being disagreeable to hear something that they don't agree with, without assuming the worst about the person who's expressing it. You know, I'm I'm orthodox, and I will say that, at least in my experience in Orthodox synagogue, you can not to hear sermons that are overtly political. Andi. I'm glad. I'm glad for that. I think that would be very little support. If the rabbi of my synagogue would get up and start giving sermons. About, you know, abortion or tax policy or who to vote for in the election. Hey, steers completely clear of that. And for you know, for the in the decades that I've been, you know, going Tio services at unorthodox jewel. The rabbis have generally steered clear of that. But I know that that's not the case in many houses of worship, and it's certainly not the case in the rest of society, and I got to tell you, I just feel more more disheartened these days when I see how How? Ah, we seem to have lost the ability to be able to argue in good faith. You know, sir, General Yeah, that was you brought up you brought up, you know Houses of worship, And you know, Rabbi talked about from the pulpit and interesting study was done by both George Bonner. On the Pew Research back into a 16 on they're engaged in another study in 2020 as to congregants and whether they work. Their clergy person to weigh in O R not and a A large percentage of parishioners want their clergy person. To opine to help them understand, especially to the ends of their faith, the political landscape but not tell them who to vote for, so we have people leaving churches was another article that was done. People are leaving churches because their clergy person is not weighing in some way to just help them understand what's going on. Absolutely true. And it's also true, you know, not only churches but in synagogues. Ah, you know, I I have I have one friend who for many years attended a prominent reform synagogue here in the Boston area and that synagogue became more and more political and more more left wing. My friend finally decided that he just could not stand it anymore And, you know,.
"eric bryan" Discussed on First Take
"With a lot of time off he's looked excellent so far but. Against, very. Limited opposition he has to be excellent against a good opponent now for the steelers to win this game, I, disagree with you, I think the more the person that has to have the better game as Baker Mayfield. But before I say all of that Ryan Clark, can you help me out here? Who was the idiot Cleveland Brown? That talked about this is the myles Garrett game. Is A game like Karima. Just idiot I'm not calling him an idiot. That's an idiotic statements. Listen myles Garrett sits up gets himself suspended for the rest of the season because snatching a quarterback's helmet to knock him upside the head or trying to knock him upside the head with we try to move past. You remind the world of that. Now how intelligent deck? That's just dumb. Well, there's a reason his on the browns now and still oxygen. I mean that's just dumb. Okay. You sit up there remind the world that we talk to move pass it just think about football opponents going at one another and this guy brings it up light Mas Derek victim like myles Garrett was a victim stop it. Okay. That's number one number two. Here's the deal about Baker. Mayfield, and we have to accept this Baker Mayfield is not the reason to Cleveland, browns. Have won four straight. Kareem. Do that agile mortified carry nick prior to that I'm sorry Ashburton. Damn. Near six yards carry Beckham junior job is legend. He's what mean Kevin Stefanski make sure that Baker Mayfield ain't throwing the damn. Day think of intuitive wins Baker Mayfield. Completed Sixteen of Twenty three of his passes that sixty nine point fifty, seven percent. Okay. They want both gate then they had to throw the ball against Dallas thirty tar. Focused their. Students. The percentage dropped and then they had throat. Tom Last week. About fifty, six percent of the more Baker Mayfield throws the. Day Joe Losing. The Damn game it's. Not a good thing. Why is that relevant? You're proven my point why is that relevant because the steelers have the number two ranked defense against the run? Okay in order to beat them, you need to throw the football and that would mean that Baker Mayfield got the cell up got to step up because the one thing still is GonNa do is let Kareem Hunt or antibiotic from that back deal beat them. They're going to make you roll the ball, beat them through to take them. And that means Baker Mayfield is gonNA. Show up in order for them to pull that off and less Kevin's defence all of a sudden. It has Odell Beckham Junior and Jarvis Landry. Throwing pass on flickers and stuff like can throw now I know they can throw but I'm just saying. Or something like that off rather than a Baker Mayfield go hey ryan. Listen. I. Thank you. Both make good arguments. Steven A. You were kind of Max argument. Then you came back and brought it together. That's why you're great on TV. But I'M GONNA have to agree with Max here to me. It's been rothlisburger and I think for many of the reasons Max mentioned but also because of this ben hasn't necessarily played great, he hasn't been that pro bowl form of the form. We saw him in two thousand and eighteen before he left but he's coming alone. He's also on a team that depends on him much more than the Cleveland browns depend on Baker Mayfield you said it right about me field Steven Kevin Defence number one job is to manage Baker Mayfield to Kevin's. Kirk cousins is Bacon made Breaker Mayfield and that's what he's done. He knows how to win games without allowing Baker Mayfield to play quarterback. We watched him to do that against the Indianapolis Colts and early on in the first half, he was trying to throw interceptions and then in the second half he did. But let's look at the Pittsburgh steelers. In the way they play offense whether it's Juju, Smith Schuster Chase Klay Pool Deontay, Johnson, they want to run through bid Rothlisburger, Eric Bryan in radio, and so what that tells me is you have myles Garrett who'll be hunting Ben Rothlisberger all game don't worry about the fight don't worry about stuff with Mason Rudolph worrying about the way that you are going to him because Ben Rothlisberger is the reason that you win this game defensively they headed stopped people defensively they haven't. Turned the ball over like they did last year and go back to the colts game last week Stephen. The coats are very good defense to the coats were very good against Roy and Kareem Hunt deering Johnson dot show here those guys have been able to turn out yards in spite I mean with nick choke sideline. So I think for this Cleveland Browns, you stick to the same thing you always do you run and run and run and go over the top but Ben Rothlisberger has to lead the Pittsburgh steelers. First of all, you're wrong and I know you know football you forgotten more than. But you are wrong but it's not. Me That is not what bothers me are about what you said it's not that you're raw. Desperate but. You are A. Champion. Law. Because you will play defense for Pittsburgh's Taylor tape that didn't allow people to run on them. I. Just highlight the you out of steel it's up. To In the entire. Against the run with me in order to beat them, you have to have and you. And you just send up to. Cleveland listen what you gotTa do what's been working for you run the football football when no one runs on this Berg if you're. You statement. Gold water, black, and gold you want to sit. Around with a goat with ring what a ring because of that branch Dot Yuko sit up. At big. Well. How could you make? Better than this. So May. Still listen you're trading the steel city, you're betraying them you. WanNa take. Here's the thing. Here's the thing Baker Mayfield. Big. Because they are good against the run or does he just have to get the ball to owed Dell and have all? You guys. Because Odell catching eight your pass and take it to the right which means you've got a better chance of getting the ball to Dell giving it to Kareem. Meeting. Dao playing well. Stephen we were missing is this though the run game is going to lead to whatever the Cleveland browns do Baker Mayfield doesn't have to play well, the Cleveland browns have to play well around Baker Mayfield because that's the way they want gains if Ben Rothlisberger. Does Not show up if been rob Burgers does not play great against the Cleveland browns protect the football score points push the ball down the field the Cleveland. Browns. Game and will win game. Nothing. Lebron. That they're not going to be. PART ARE NOT GONNA Do what they're supposed to do. Committee Bill To throw a football..
"eric bryan" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"And I? Just want to say hi to everybody. There's Dennis Sheridan as Ri-, Shy Manahan. Oh familiar faces I'm so glad you guys are joining me. Here's a new one urban precious metals buyer. I. Don't know what that means, but. It's a it's a mouthful. That's for sure there's scraper. steelers Pittsburgh. Victory Asher. Wow, what a name that is! That sounds like a Sounds like a English football name I. Don't know much about that, but it sounds like. English premier soccer. Name. If it doesn't. I'm sorry I. Don't know much about soccer, but anyway. Today just like to As always share a my opinions on a number of topics. That mostly have to do with the steelers. Perhaps making the playoffs in twenty twenty and I know there's a lot of optimism that they might that they're make it. into the postseason this year after. Missing the last two years, but You. Just never know right I mean and lot of things that are going to discuss. Our are why they might not make the playoffs well. We're counting on Defense Big Ben injuries that sort of thing. If those things don't work out they might not make the playoffs for a third straight year and I personally think they are going to make the playoffs I personally think this could be one of their most complete football teams in a number of years. I mean. They have a very talented defensive. It looks like it's just hitting its stride. I mean last year. It's easy to forget that this offense was was considered a big question mark heading into last season. Right but then you know you had a Devin Bush to make you add Meka. Fitzpatrick Atta Steven Nelson to already existing group that included Tj what Cam Hayward. Steph to it onto and who was hurt last year, but you know Joe. Japan hardgrave took his place. He's now gone, but to be back this year, but debris. If I. Miss Anybody. I'm sorry, but but you know those two or three players specifically make if it's Patrick made that defense so much better so. if that defense anywhere near where it was last year, and you add big Bentham mix, and if big Ben's. Anywhere near what he was prior to his injury last year. then I think this is going to be a very good football team and you have. Jew returning and he's GonNa. He's going to be leading a a very talented. In my opinion, young receiving court has to question marks. Guys like James Washington Deontay Johnson who everybody's excited about Chase Klay Pool the the latest edition their second round draft. Pick out of Notre Dame soda. There's optimism there and there's optimism. With the with the ground game lead by by James, Connor and Benny Junior jalen Samuels Anthony Mcfarland your fourth round pick out of Maryland this year, so there's hope, and then of course, the tight end situation looks a lot better with Eric. Bryan, joining Vance McDonald, and then you have the. The offensive line which has question marks at right tackle. Zach Banner, and szucs core for going to be battling out for the right, tackle spot, and and and the plan for for twenty twenty s Matt Father to move for my tackle to left garbage. We've discussed that before, and hopefully if if banner in court for a core form story. hopefully if they if they rise to the occasion or funding, this guys writes the occasion when it's at right, tackle spot then. I think you have a chance of having a pretty good offensive blind again. You know Markey's pounds. He struggled last year. There's no question about that, but. We don't know if that's because of an injury or because he was missing band and you know who knows why he was. He struggled last year, but it wasn't one of his best years. But I think we you know we can. We should be able to expect him to return to close to his prime in twenty twenty hopefully so. Relative a young guy, he's coming into it whether it's eleven th year. So you know. Returns to form big Gal returns to form. He kinda struggled last year to Castro's. Probably the their their their best on the line now I would say him or filer at this point, so if again if somebody can can if they're offensive line return to form. And Ben is back to normal close to. It could really be a good team, but as I'm about to get into. There are a number of reasons why they couldn't miss the playoffs again. And the number one reason number one, but the first thing I'm going to talk about. Is that maybe? As good as they might be. Maybe there's so many teams in the league that are more complete than they are. And better than they are regardless of of how good their defenses and how how healthy Ben Rothlisberger is effective. He isn't twenty twenty. Sometimes you know it's a it's A. It's a sick Clo- league. It's a parody league and and. sometimes Other teams just pass you by. I mean look at the AFC champion. Thirty super bowl championships right there the. we finally looks like we finally got rid of the Patriots as the the Boogeyman for the steelers and other teams in the NFL, and and now the chiefs look like the the far and away the best team in the NFL led by Patrick Mahomes A. Former MVP and the reigning super bowl MVP the face elite. Designed a what five hundred million dollar contract for it and fifty million dollars something like that. Big, money. So? They're going to be a formidable foe for a long time they have. Probably the best offense in the NFL, so. You know they look like they're heading for the number one seed once again in the AFC, and of course the ravens through the two time. Defending AFC north champions, and it looks like they got a lot better in the off season the. Clare's Campbell They drafted Pat Pat. Patrick Queen linebacker out of lsu looks like a typical ravens draft pick. He fits a need perfectly for them They went out and drafted. JK Dobbins in the second round, running back out of Ohio. State a Lotta people. While the steelers fans thought that they should've picked him. They had a chance to and and they they pass him for clay poll so. You know they. They got a lot better than of course they have the rating. NFL MVP and Lamar Jackson returning. AN CO coming into his third season and you know his major strength obviously is running the football right I mean. He's proven that the The first two years in the NFL the only question about him is, can he? Kept up his game in the passing department you. Can they become a better passer? Can he add that? To his it. You know there's already you've already seen it. On some occasions I two years, but certainly not on a consistent basis, and certainly not at all in the playoffs I mean he's really struggled. He's really been exposed last two years in the playoffs. At Arabia's been one and done each year, but if he puts that..
"eric bryan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"I look back at some of the things I've said and did I'd probably had to whip that guy's ass. I'm just telling Bobby didn't live. I didn't live. And Bobby put me in oil on the first lap of the race. He wanted me to drive their car. She got essentially. What did you tell them? I said I told my what interesting she said. You turn his car right down David Pearson. He was running second. I left him and I thought I I'm sure now. Did they. Day Nascar and all associated in any way when asked forget it's passed today. We don't have any hello. I'm Steve weighed in. My name is recused in welcome to the scene. Bought podcast presented by Q. Where N Steve? I gotta ask. Did you have a chance to see? You mean that are racing event from north spread on Sunday. I sure did I car. Good part of it. I tell you what that computer simulation stuff is at on real man. I mean that was North Ball and the day a really was on town. You some of the shots that they showed. It was just like being there. I'm ask you that. Press box. The view of the media parking lot where I spent my longest night. Ever the view of the back gate where I kinda sorta maybe almost proposed Janey that brought back a lot of memories. And that's what the deal is for that. North Wilkes for effort on our racing was pretty special again. Everybody else's thanking junior for doing it but I'm GonNa add my two cents in sight. That was a awesome awesome projects. It really was. I think that entire I racing series has been entertaining for the fans and certainly a lot of them got into it and a lot of the drivers have to no question about it now. Have you seen the nineteen eighty seven cars that they've added? They've added that not to ninety seven Chevy Monte Carlo. And they've also added the nineteen eighty seven or thunderbird the examples that they showed were painted like Dylan hearts not take eighty seven car and bill Elliott Zapped in a seven. I saw that I saw that. Very impressive now. Is All this enough to make you sign up for racing and made you start racing each other. I don't think so I would like to try it. I'm laying offender to you buddy. You Go Right Ahead S. O. Steve this week in our first segment you and I talked to Darrell Waltrip for it was almost two hours. I think right at an hour and forty five minutes. We talked to him resume. I'M GONNA be honest with you. I'm still not sure that we even scratched the surface but do hey was such a huge part of this for for so many years stay. What was your impression of the interview? I'll tell you why I think there'll enjoyed I really do. I think had a ball talking about his past and all the things that have been involved in and he was very forthcoming very honest. Very candid. no-holds-barred whatsoever. I thought I enjoyed the conversation very much and I could see it. Steve in the first segment of the interview that we did he talks about getting started in the sport he talks about a relationship that he had with but more he talked about his talkative ways and out sometimes that got him into a little bit of trouble and finally he did talk about daugaard and his relationship with them and finally we did discuss his nineteen seventy nine championship and just follow. Short to Richard Petty in that deal and that was a very very interesting year for Darryl nineteen seventy nine. It was a chance for him to win a championship and with guard. Now I say that because watch his later relationship with was like wasn't remotely as competitive or as friendly as it was seventy nine Steve then in our second segment. We're going to go back to the July twenty first. Nineteen seventy seven issue of grand national saying that was one of the very first issues very very early on in Grand National Saint Story Darryl one in a crazy finish Nashville. It was almost as crazy as like spades nineteen eighty Arca races toner and then afterwards. Let's just say that Grand National Same Founder and publisher Rob Griggs was not happy with Darrell Waltrip. After the rice good grief Man Lee made that very plain but I will say it now ahead of time what rob wrote back then was exactly how many people were thinking about. Darrell at that time. Well I think it speaks to WHO Darryl was at the time in the late nineteen seventies. He really did some people off where him he came across as the Muhammad Ali racing. No question about it and that did not sit well but a lot of fans but as we learn they'll plan and maybe that plan went a little bit too far and he did speak to that and so that was a good part of the interview and stay finally this week. We've actually had a pretty good wake on patriotic way. Have New support from David Light Edwin Turner and Jeffrey Jones. So David Edwin Jeffrey. Thank you for becoming a part of the TAME. Thank you for becoming a part of our support network. Who helped make this podcast in the Youtube Channel? Everything that we're trying to do. Thank you for helping. Make that possible so supports on. Patriots supports on paper support key where are presenting sponsor and support? Ryan Caleb again just like our patrons supporters Q. Wire Eric Bryan Kehl speedway screens. They help make this podcast possible in way. Do truly appreciate that. Now if you WANNA help us on Patriots on you can do that at Patriotair Dot Com Slash. The same podcast. Or if you'd rather just do a one time show support. You can do that at pay. Pow DOT NI slash the same podcast? W You ran your first several cup races in nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy three. Was there a specific moment or race when you felt like you've made it in the sport or was that something that developed over Tom? Well I I tell you what was amazing I had that mercury. I bought that mercury from home in a moody. I didn't know at the time. It was sixty nine mercury when I bought it from home and Moody. I didn't know until Jake. Yoder came to work for me that it was actually the car That Mario Andretti had won the Daytona. Five hundred in it started out. Its life as a sixty seven fairlane of course back in those days you just put a different body on it or update the body or whatever so I bought it was sixty nine mercury Iraq that I took it over to Hutcheon Pagan and they turned it into seventy-one mercury cyclone like the woods brothers run in my first race was Talladega. People always say well. Why did you choose Talladega but calls? That's when we got the CORDEN car was ready to go expirations. Donald WE WENT TO TALLADEGA. Which ironically was the last place at the Holman Moody had run car with a guy named Ralstonia believers name was qualified third or fourth. And something happened to the car and they fell out of the race but anyway bought the car. Day Jake Yoder. I rented him from letting pagan he was working over there. he'd been pettis. They came and work on the shop at Hudson Pagan. Anita somebody to help me. So they cuts in. Bik Car for me. Put Seventy one body on me said Jake a car jake's crew. He's been cruelty. Why don't you take him with you and help you stay out of trouble a great so jake is my crew cheap? We go to Talladega. I gone down to. I lived My father-in-law lived in Kentucky. My sponsor was terminal transport. Which was the company that fallen in Laws Company owned trucking outfit out of Georgia Hall cars and stuff you carve out of out of Detroit Shied Terminal Transport on the car. I'd gone down to the local Law had gone down to the local owes mobile dealer and bought me. A truck is a it was a coffee. Maxwell House coffee trucks and no line truck it did you know international as was kind of a piece of crap but you know it worked for what I needed. And so I- load everything I had in the back of that truck. I I jake air. We roll up the back door. And Jake looks in the back of the truck or she tools going down to western auto. This no lie with Western auto when Owens borough and bought a small Senate in two things. I thought we'd need and I had does from tires that had come with the car and I had no spare I had. I had no spare parts and in J I thought he was just GonNa leave me right there. Just turn around walk away. But he's all right. Well we're we'll we'll deal with it so loaded. The car got to tech. Everything went fine guide into racing. You may St Prime members as I don't know ricky may not that particular race was erased when goodyear at this added instead of running the slick race. The tire that they've been running their. They came with a treaded tire like they ran everywhere else well. That traded tire turned out. To be a problem. The Guys Could Petty Pearson House. All those guys. They run about ten laps. Tired of blow to pieces become a part. The car I had an tired I had four the car. Where the old Talladega slicks so? That's the tires we add. And Jake was mad about that from the get-go you're never going to be competitive around those higher tarver junk. Nobody's running those tired. All the good guys are on and treaded tire said. That's all I got it. I can't afford to buy anything. We're going to have to run these so two guys had those same tires. May and James Hilton..
"eric bryan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The world's greatest megalitres eat like a champion was medical like power eight one bars muscle login more Cutie more than a gas station I'm Larry Lewis K. T. A. R. news freeze warning tonight thirty five for overnight low then tomorrow fifty four for the high another freeze warning all overnight on Tuesday early morning Wednesday and then for Wednesday mostly sunny in fifty seven so we've got some cold temps coming our way right now in paradise valley it's fifty five with a broad you by Howard air the replace repair call Howard Air as corona virus continues to spread globally many people here in the valley are doing their best to stay healthy one valley home expert says keep your home clean will help Eric Bryan is the owner of precision Erin plumbing and says one of the most commonly neglected parts of home maintenance as it relates to clean air is this their error filter so the very basic would be starting with making sure that you're changing air filter on a monthly basis he says when filters aren't regularly changed it allows illnesses and infections to stay and grow in your home he suggests three times somebody's been sick in the home it would always be well advised to disinfect the home with Lysol things like that and then changing your air filters to make sure that any dust pollen any types of infections that are airborne you remove those Brian also says if you're trying to keep a healthy home keep humidity in your home low try to minimize the number of people and pets coming in and out and make sure that your doors and windows are properly sealed Taylor can wrap KTA our news for more on this story just visit the health center and KTAR.
"eric bryan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You may be making extra efforts to stay healthy keeping your house clean can help Eric Bryan is the owner of precision Erin plumbing and says one of the most commonly neglected parts of home maintenance as it relates to clean air is us their error filter so the very basic would be starting with making sure that you're changing air filter on a monthly basis he says when filters aren't regularly changed it allows illnesses and infections to stay and grow in your home he suggests three times somebody's been sick in the home it would always be well advised to disinfect the home with Lysol things like that and then changing your air filters to make sure that any dust pollen any types of infections that are airborne you remove those Brian also says if you're trying to keep a healthy home keep humidity in your home low try to minimize the number of people and pets coming in and out and make sure that your doors and windows are properly sealed Taylor can wrap KTA our news for more on this story visit the health center KTAR dot com presented by there is an oncology back we go to the valley Chevy dealers traffic center here's detour Dan with east side freeway info but start of build up on the right times are a little bit have keypad the couple here and there and a scare anybody with that but yeah it's little by little things are building and I got a hunch here at seven thirty just like normal we're going to be in full grown lunch about every freeway now is certain to get close to that thirty minute fresh threshold for right time is starting with the north Bob one a one price slash Beamer that's now twenty eight minutes from the Santander worth up to Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in the sixties right there behind it twenty six minutes signal built into the I ten nineteen minutes on the ten westbound signal beat to our should say the two of you sent in to the seventeen split and twelve minutes on the westbound to to read about freeway one a one price to the fifty one still got that wrecked downtown as well I. ten eastbound at Seventh Avenue and just getting word of a crash down at Ellsworth and cloud causing restrictions in the ways the traffic report brought to you by read about weight loss our room three is patented medication that works on areas like your belly hips and thighs attacking unhealthy fats and reshaping your body it's.
"eric bryan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Y. Z. school that is money has been taken away from the traditional public school system is you know we're dealing with issues of teacher pay and school funding my my question is what I want to say the minds of the critics of that is okay let's say you got rid of all vouchers these kids come back to the traditional public school you're still going to hire more teachers you better to educate him so do you really get more money for school system by getting ready your voucher programs are you doing this yeah I have no principled objection to choice provided that it we are not being taxed to send our money to to religious institutions I think the and I speak as a as somebody deeply steeped in the Methodist faith it it is that is objectionable now how best to educate well the fact is I think that we had a great idea and that was were setting up of schools that are great dated up to university for an accessible to all and then we set up the university's teachers colleges like Indiana state that were producing teachers that were world leaders in their professions graduating debt free all of it supported by taxes we're not going to be able to do it on the cheap say well we're gonna just not tax ourselves and we're gonna get outstanding education by that logic and rationale can you do a program that gives parents tax credits for their education expenses regardless of what school attack a tax credit is basically handing money I I think the tax credit is is problematic I think now tax deduction that is in fact the way the system really worked very successfully after World War two taxes were high but people receive deductions by contributing to do instead to charitable institutions of that met the people was of avoided high tax rate by giving to their parochial schools so that was a way of supporting or print providing for the support of parochial schools without taxing this Hoosier here in order to deliver to the ministry over there other somebody really want on our conversation struggles right now back in American kids go to the local Catholic school there on the the voucher program they will say you know what that's all fine and good for for Krista goes in his family but he's not living in my universe right now I mean here's what I would say that first of all the the most recent studies are showing that those who have gone over from from the public schools to the private schools their math scores have suffered they have not progressed as well as those who who were their peers staring worth staying where they were that was a longitudinal study of Notre Dame the idea that they're improving their education there's no evidence for this hotel but also there the pool what what what they have a conversation with her but I want to buy one comment your more thing sure in in I've got a picture here which I'm this is show you that your your viewers will have a hard time saying that this is the nineteen oh six classes short ridge you can just see this was integrated age religion racially rich integrated education in Indianapolis before segregation and what you see or people of immense dignity kids identical in their dignity and bearing of both of both African American and white and then segregation hit and it destroyed opportunity in Indianapolis for minority races what we're talking about is publicly support of de facto religious segregation and I would contend it's going to do two religions what it did to race in India until my friend actually get together we have to continue the conversation books would give out to you now talk with the day with a good friend Chris Douglas all bye for now definitely get you back in studios we can continue this conversation all the good talk talking thank you stop by my pleasure thank you you're listening to any any issues I'm a dork composite and publisher of any politics at or well if I yourself in Indianapolis this weekend or next you may want to check out what's called bark fests as a chef professional as we find out it is not your father's Shakespeare right now though we're told us of this come up in a couple of Saturdays it is indeed part fast be A. R. D. not Martha's I know when you hear bill you think bar I understand that but this is what the Shakespeare or fast and it's our three Shakespeare shows are taking place all over it's a clear mass half of the indifference theater and join us in studio is anyone at all who is in Henry the fourth Eric Bryan who is directing hamlet and nam Macy was wrecking their shuttle so anti Erica man thank you all very much for somebody we appreciate it thank thank you Sir I should be here okay so let's start with the one that everybody's heard Eric hamlet let me guess some guys step dad kills his dad he's mad ticked off he's got a skeleton in his head so as to be or not to be then steps a little guy behind the curtains and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead Abdul spoiler pretty much pretty much that see that supplied I'm actually playing Claudius in in hamlet and and choreographing the fights but yeah that's it's a classic tale it's been around people have seen it but I don't think the growth they have seen a hammock quite like this we have we've sort of affectionately started calling it not your mama's hamlet dug the the director has dug powers has sort of dusted off the script and taking a look at it from a different perspective and there's a lot of political intrigue there's a love story there's a ghost story there's the murder there's also the wordings Washington DC get Washington DC in Denmark exactly well the will but it's funny is because of what things about Shakespeare always tell people in hamlet in particular that even though all the six plays in like say your you know your fifteenth and sixteenth centuries that's just and that's a really necessary well for the play to work correct yeah yeah and you you see that in all sorts of productions I mean we'd productions are set in modern times are set in you know different continents there said in different cultures hamlet is it is is as are most of Shakespeare's works they're very timeless and they're very relevant to modern audiences now let's jump over to to man made because then you're doing Lear shadow yes and I think for most people the most on on a good day if you mention Lear the thinking king where right on a good day on a good day at we kind we refer to this as baby layer because it is basically a play within a play I play a a woman who is an artistic director of the theater and that sort of the framework I get to do Liers greatest hits really I get to do all of the big speeches it's the chance of a lifetime for for a female to get to play Lear is extraordinary now while that's the other thing too it always kind of mission people it's of the interesting about Shakespeare is the the interchangeable the of of roles in character and it's not just a bunch of white guys stand around in green tights no staring at a wall with their hands all up in the air you can actually have a little fun with that why make clear female well it's a it's not that Blair is the female but the character that I play is a female and she is doing there for several reasons with better explain within the play and you come to see that live here as he is played if he is in in the play she says you have to play him as a human being if you play him as a human being he doesn't necessarily have to be a man it's like so much of Shakespeare it's universal we are talking today to man Macy Eric Bryan and soon began in a second with any Burnet they're all participating in Indy part fast by the way in the park fence dot com I promised my favorite director Clint ops I would miss it at least twelve times on the air said eleven times yesterday so now just made my twelve obligation today any Marcus I Tober seventeenth through the twenty seventh Alex had just started a couple weeks in today's and some change by any you are in Henry the fourth that's correct which by the way no offense to hamlet and clear channel god love you and god bless you this kind of my favorite why would because I kind of play planking and out of a couple lines of general Chang from Star Trek six and the director really like the way you said it and then the next thing you know whoa I don't want to memorize by Monday off book what the hell was that all about eight hundred involved in all this I've I've known Glenn Dobbs whose are director for years and I've dabbled in theater and the the opportunity came actually all ten or so years ago to do Henry five with director Dobson fell in love with historical aspect in Glenn's ability to bring multi faceted theater all into one production as you've heard already you get everything from humor to history to the love story to the murder to the intrigue it's it's just a great combination and it makes for a very exciting as you found out knowing the productions up to this point it keeps it moving at such a fast pace it's just nothing but excitement and also the thought was really interesting plus it just kind of going to the rehearsal schedule now and the whole nine process and having not been on stage in a in a while it's not enough acting line memorization capacity is the first time I think we kind of ran like act one and so I was just amazed at how fast how quickly we put the whole thing together it just moves so fast so quickly it is not your stared decide it's not your we're great great great great great grandfather Shakespeare that seems just take for ever and ever like die hamlet already just yeah are you done how how about we just not be and call it a fricking day well this all just moves just so fast Bob so quickly so no did but we get him in the fourth and do the run through how's that for him with an earlier shadow the hamlet right now we we just we did a line through last night and it's going very quickly it's going very quickly dug his cut the script quite a bit and sort of taking out take out some parts of it that are typically not as as germane to the story but he's also brought in some some aspects of the script that in some ways people usually tend to forget about for example the the subplot of Fortin Bryce over running Denmark so it's going very quickly I I don't have an exact run time on it yet but but it does I always tell people it moves faster than you think so if you go yeah if you go you will be bored you will be kinda no not not offer you you're gonna try to wake back up it really does and we've we've done a lot to to sort of keep the action moving you know one of the things that Shakespeare is really great about wise tapping into his audiences sensibility about violence I know that there's some violence in in Henry FOR there's certainly some violence in hamlet and so you know it is for a modern audience I think that they can really identify with the action aspect of it up now to get you chime in order before take a quick break sure well our show is actually only about fifty minutes it's a modern place so half of it at least half of it is just modern language and the soliloquies that are interspersed the R. as they said they were there the the most famous and the most emotional and the most extraordinary Shakespearean language in the play so they're hardly boring and we're trying not to make them but it's only fifteen minutes and our guest today they will talk a little Shakespeare one of two what are you talking about well as some of you don't know I got Aston graciously accepted of play the role of king Henry the fourth in an indie barred fast in the Barca star com production of Henry the fourth and that along with hamlet and we're shadow they are playing over at the Indy friends of the district theater right in that corner near mass seven Sinclair on October seventeenth through the twenty seventh and so as you all know on Saturdays no the last couple of last half of the show like the kind of light things up a bit and so I asked some folks stop by so join us in studio are any Burnett who's in Henry the fourth err Brian who's plays Claudius in the fight coordinator in hamlet.
"eric bryan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You're listening to the weekend edition of the larger online. always good to have you here in studio by the way next week of the show we're going to check in with our friends from the state chamber finalists were going on and new study about Indiana hospitals whether they have a lesser monopoly in some areas and that's what maybe all rights of the cost of your healthcare is all that is on next Saturday show right now though while we're Thomason this come up in a couple of Saturdays it is indeed part fast be A. R. D. not Martha's I know when you hear bill you think bar I understand that but it's more the Shakespeare Mark fast and it's three Shakespeare shows are taking place all over it's a clear mass apple they don't any fringe theatre and join us in studio is anyone at all who is in Henry the fourth Eric Bryan who is directing hamlet and man may see who's working there should also anti Erica man thank you all very much to talk about it we appreciate it thank thank you Sir I should be here okay so let's start with the one that everybody's heard of Eric hamlet let me get some guys step dad kills his dad he's mad ticked off he's got a skeleton in his head so as to be or not to me than steps a little guy behind the curtains and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead Abdul spoiler. pretty much pretty much that did that supplied I'm actually playing Claudius in in hamlet and and choreographing the fights but yeah that's it's a classic tale it's been around people have seen it but I don't think it's the growth they have seen a hammock quite like this we have. we just sort of affectionately started calling it not your mama's hamlet dug the the director has dug powers has sort of dusted off the script and taking a look at it from a different perspective and there's a lot of political intrigue there's a love story there's a ghost story there's the murder there's also the wordings Washington DC get Washington DC in Denmark exactly what what what's funny is because while one things about Shakespeare always sell people in hamlet in particular that even though all the six plays in like say your you know your fifteenth and sixteenth centuries that's just and that's a really necessary for for the play to work correct yeah yeah and you you see that in all sorts of productions I mean we'd productions are set in modern times are set in the you know different continents there said in different cultures hamlet is is is but as are most of Shakespeare's works they're very timeless and they're very relevant to modern audiences now let's jump over to to man made because then you're doing Lear shadow yes and I think for most people the most on on a good day if you mention Lear the thinking king where right on a good day on a good day at we kind we refer to this as baby layer. because it is basically a play within a play by play a a woman who is an artistic director of the theater and that sort of the framework I get to do. Liers greatest hits really I get to do all of the big speeches it's the chance of a lifetime for for a female to get to play Lear is extraordinary now while that's the other thing too and I was going to miss the people it's of the interesting about Shakespeare is the the interchangeable the of of roles in character and it's not just a bunch of white guys stand around in green tights yelp staring at a wall with their hands all up in the air you can actually have a little fun with that why make clear female. well it's a. it's not that Blair is the female but the character that I play is a female and she is doing there for several reasons with better explained within the play. and you come to see that live here. as he is played if he is in in the place she says you have to play him as a human being if you play him as a human being he doesn't necessarily have to be a man it's like so much of Shakespeare it's universal we are talking today to man may see Eric Bryan and said we can't in a second with anywhere that they are all participating in Indy part first by the way in the park fence dot com opera is my favorite director Clint ops I would miss it at least twelve times on the air said eleven times yesterday so now just made my twelve obligation today anymore because I Tober seventeenth through the twenty seven dollars and just started a couple weeks in two days and some change hi Anne you are in Henry the fourth that's correct which by the way no offense to hamlet and clear channel god love you and god bless you. this kind of my favorite. why would. because I kind of play plan king and. out of a couple lines of general Chang from Star Trek six and the director really like the way you said it and then the Mexican L. wall again once a member heights by Monday off book what the hell is that all about. eight hundred involved in all this I've I've known Glenn Dobbs whose are director for years and I've dabbled in theater and the the opportunity came actually all ten or so years ago to do Henry five with director Dobson of fell in love with the historical aspect in Glenn's ability to brain multi faceted theater all into one production as you've heard already you get everything from humor to history to the love story to the murder to the intrigue it's it's just a great combination and it makes for a very exciting as you found out doing the productions up to this point it keeps it moving at such a fast pace it's just nothing but excitement and also the thought was really interesting like to just kind of going to the rehearsal schedule now and the whole nine process and having not been on stage in a in a while it's not enough acting line memorization of passi is the first time I think we kind of ran like act one and so I was just amazed at how fast so quickly when you put the whole thing together it just moves so fast so quickly it is not your stared decide it's not your we're great great great great great great grandfather Shakespeare that this is just take for ever and ever like die hamlet already just Donna Douglas are yeah and how how about we just not be and call the fricking day. well this all just moves just so fast Bob so quickly so no did we did behavior the fourth and do the run through how's that for him with an earlier shadow. the hamlet right now we we just we did a line through last night and it's going very quickly it's going very quickly dug his cut the script quite a bit and sort of taking out take out some parts of it that are typically not as as germane to the story but he's also brought in some some aspects of the script that in some ways people usually tend to forget about for example the the subplot of Fortin Bryce over running Denmark so it's going very quickly I I don't have an exact runtime on it yet but but about a hose I always tell people it moves faster than you think so okay no yeah if you go you will be bored you will be kinda no not not offering you're not trying to wake back up it really does and we've we've done a lot to to sort of keep the action moving you know one of the things that Shakespeare is really great about wise tapping into his audiences sensibility about violence I know that there's some violence in in Henry FOR there's certainly some violence in hamlet and so you know the it for a modern audience I think that they can really identify with the action aspect of it up now to get you chime in order before take a quick break sure well our show is actually only about fifty minutes it's a modern place so. half of it at least half of it is just modern language and. the soliloquies that are interspersed the are as I said they were there the. the most famous and the most emotional and then. most extraordinary Shakespearean language in the play so they're hardly boring and we trying not to make them but it's only fifteen minutes and you can get your tickets at Indy part has come through the exact same thing our guests today are any Burnett Eric right and then may seek their part of indie bark fests Henry the fourth hamlet and we're shuttle they'll be playing October seventeenth through the twenty seventh and I can never remember the theater because I don't hang out a lot on that corner of massive I just was right down the street from the animal club that is the any friends here in the district theater formally known as a theater on the square my memory serves me correctly just right there that mass at St Clair in that corner bollocks and continue our conversation with our gas investment you're listening to the weekend edition of angle large here on ninety three W. 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"eric bryan" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Break down take me through that I got to hear that from a lot of there someplace so that encourage that like Hamilton for example they want the audience to get. in Hamilton first of all Hamilton is a big scam designed to keep the audience from realizing there watching a really really terrible musical getting engagement would be important I mean the the at the Hamilton is the V. but the math professor who decided to wrap up mass to the kids in order to get you know I mean it's the rap is that level I've I've heard the rap it said that level it's that well how do you do it sometime my name is Hamilton and I'm here to say I'm going to teach you guys think the number. it's crap anyway go head regular say well this is saying is that I think in a theater setting with well that show rock of ages for example is set up in a way where it's interactive with the audience which I don't know why you go see this but they sing the pop songs yeah journey don't stop believing in the polar middle age they've not added up to much in their lives many a night like this I understand seventy dollar frat party yeah but that they're supposed to be there's a professionalism on Broadway these is supposed to be the best of the best that I want to watch them I don't want the crowd getting involved in ruining you know it uses the same thing I was saying about the rockstars either I paid a ticket I didn't pay money to see Tom Petty to think wow man I hope my neighbors are there so they can sing all my favorite Tom Petty song. you don't like when all the music drops out people clap their hands over there now no because most of the most of the crowd time in our white their timing is horrible they're not musicians there. it's it's a tie white you're correct so couple weeks anti white dancer so a couple weeks ago when I saw Luke Bryan and everybody was. there's all sing and shaking boots like that you had like that you would you see Eric Bryan looked Luke Bryan thank you very much Sir George grown Luke Bryan yeah look at that point you're there for two reasons if you're if you're a guy you're getting drunk and you somehow for every ticket you somehow convinced yourself that that she's going to give it up that night. sure there with her she is giving it okay well **** it as I understand humanity. this is music. let's not talk about let's not have music conversations about Luke Scherzer Eric. what's the difference what's the difference to close out the store and get your wonder why presented I'm really just trying to convince myself to take another trip to Tokyo worry I'd go see this production of cats and I go to a baseball you know what you should do what you should do is you should see cats in every country the cats is playing in the world and give your review at the for each one and then that turns into an easy book coffee table read I'm making you money right now you're taking notes because a lot of people seem cats so wouldn't be a worldwide major television event but enough people have seen cats that they would buy the book of the guy who saw every version of cats and gave a review of it. should the book be called now I'm not gay. I have to get.
"eric bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This is the news this is the summer into the fall theme. song with an end of line to and we hear ten twenty WGN WGN everywhere the white Sox Ron. they hate all right let me say this. then it's. a list of the millennial names. has been released. is it finally this analysis that we need to did did that thank god social science is really focusing on important things. like like what the naming trends are for parents of millennials. okay another name in their kids and I find this interesting because this is very much like the stereotype that we have created about millennials who are just gathering on boats in Lake Michigan a hot Saturday afternoon walking between the boats tying up next to each other drinking the white clothes and and every once in awhile one just goes missing. Becca Tilley's what millennials are naming their babies knows what millennials are their names are up their names are models in their babies I'd like to see that list that there would be like no trend everyone's like no only my kid his name this name that's why we chose it. and a car. a child in a car what. I just it's it is in a car is a good good for a boy or girl stole my family's last name I got rid of the V. that's right I notice that and are. the rented cars through I did in that zone amended it up all right so here you go to the web for the girls. turns out if you're born between nineteen eighty one and nineteen ninety five which is what they're looking at here okay. Pugh research they're good that's reliable. in descending order. or a sending or us sending ordered from twenty five to one you got Amy Laura Kimberly Christina Michelle Rebecca Tiffany Danielle amber seat at them the closer you get to the more popular the more stripper you they become. trip early. which one strawberry embers anything with an I. instead of a wife that's true too. heather. Rachel. Lauren Terry Lawrence you're right now you're wanting that's not too bad but my middle name is Michelle so I don't know if that makes it worse that yes he said your double down now Melissa Meghan Samantha anally that did make a comeback some of these names are like the turn of the century names and made it like Emily was one of those and to make a comeback. Nicole at number nine as your sister yep I guess we haven't gone to our middle name that's that's also good. we've got some time. at David your top ten our family Nicole Britney Elisabeth. Stephanie Serra Amanda Jennifer Ashley and number one anybody wanted to hazard a guess. where he had back us. he said Britney you measure Kaelin. well that's a good call Jessica. yeah yeah I know a lot of just got a lot of Jessa's Jessica's Jesse they go by sometimes. right is he got the. basically you can't do anything to shorten and Amy I guess aim aims. you're a hockey player. here aims one o'clock Michelle is I you know they used to they used to take my cell make it Shelley they don't do that so much and you don't hear that now now. then the but obviously Christina Chris and all that back in for Rebecca. they're a lot more traditionally is on a less than I would have expected I know seems like names are getting so much as Laura pointed out so much more individualistic I have had friends who want to make sure they don't even tell anybody there baby names are frayed others will take the baby name and they want their baby to be the only baby they know in the whole school system or the whole planet or the zip code I don't know that's name that particular name that's what millennials are doing for their babies that's all right now I see that way. thirty year gap here you know to me again guess he's pretty good traditional name right these are all cookie cutter name so yours to say here's your your voice type if I boys names Kyle Tyler Eric. we have a tire on the boat yeah I was gonna say it already sounds like the entire boat yeah brand Chad branch at Tyler's a wild card for people and you the first one tattoos in high school thank you Tyler gonna Ted two men. suppose brother Kyle brother because good he knows rather cal started vaping when he was eight. Eric Bryan cabin up twenty one Kevin. days in Jacob at the time the Jacobs L. our arms around Jake yeah I think that had to do I honest to god I think it had to do with that the amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat show I swear to god I don't I just I just think that that was at sixteen candles the guy was Jack yeah. Anthony Anthony. that's a certain neighborhood right that's now that's it is it as an old school that's been that's been that's a hundred years and and cal out there that's multi generational. Hey. Jonathan. I'm William Nicholas. Brandon that's a big one. Justin. Ryan Robert Joseph. right just of the Jacob and all that that's good you know. and where you're getting another one here city guide Joseph John there's another one Andrew James another went Daniel David another Joshua at number four. we're not only guys you know name Josh I don't want a future yeah while Josh's Josh big the money else. but another one that Josh's response to one of the boats. and the boat captain right he's the he's the guy was like Hey guys guys will be careful riding between about I think you've had enough why claw okay I'm sorry about the lack I'll stand I and my friends they just had a little too much to drink right Josh did you drive me home. when is Josh will. and Matthew Christopher and Michael at number one yeah that's a no brainer. that's yeah isn't that the number one name for maybe even generation acts to. seems like such a popular name is the ex the one before us it well axe and and even coming out of baby boomers telling you you know one of the tricks want you know that's it you know the ecology crescent goes Nick there that's we know that trick charge if you're walking into a party. and you don't know anybody and you're just trying to crashes it's every comes up to you and says we gotta go well Mike told me to be here who do you know because there's four mikes in the room. which one that one of the creature yeah this call might every every room right it is you is very common and there's it's always gonna be whatever it's gonna be alright I got up I got the list okay the lizard is one eighteen list of names of a what list of what names what ails are calling their baby names most popular names that were given out in the year of twenty eighteen okay okay all right thank you so I have the top ten baby names by boy and girl. girl Layla. media Amelia none of these actually are there's not a single one that was in that list I just not so far. Riley is also like dog names to me. it's a cute name aria. is a girl named. Isabella well from aria start game of thrones eva. Anna livia and Sophia pretty names you notice it with the exception of Riley they all ended in a I was gonna say like I can't I feel like you maimed every all the names of friends babies that I've heard so far but they'll kind of blur together because they sort of the same sound the ace of the law there's a balance. a lot of them via I mean who's who which one to I don't know. that's good for you Kevin because you could be like house and then they don't expect me to know our names anyway someone. other names. house Mike the oil. right from my with the baby right name that this. makayla. I'm sorry it's double what I meant that. I just call or I'll for short. what about ten baby boy names of twenty eighteen yeah okay Alisa that's a nice name. Oliver. hi I now. just never got the alibi I've been one of my closest friends in to get Oliver I just nodded. it's like we should name him Oliver thank. yeah. this is real because no real nickname for the help. I only did those nice no Ali is not like that. Ali is a name for a different. it was right that sounds like a dog it's an orange cat. it really is the Disney movie right it's our Oliver Twist stereos over and over I don't know. Ali matter I don't know something different okay so Arbor Mason at number eight. bag that's a big one Lucas right that's a big one Grayson ember sex I've heard of some Grayson's I just think a Grayson Allen from Duke. all right now is where it gets confusing at at five and four Caton an eighty. such popular is my daughter's school yeah that's the other thing case in like eight in a parade in Jaden right better for a girl as much as a boy as well. know what and number three yeah yep very popular bill Liam now William huge but Leo Liam's massive yeah it is I think every other baby announce when I see it's Liam uhhuh. name house living room yeah a living however Liam. hi. to daughter. Isabella. and no one any venture a guess here for the boy who okay I wouldn't want Liam I thought Liam was yeah I was then was number one in the boy power ranking names right now no top that boy's name of twenty eighty hunter. 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"eric bryan" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Here that someone on there someplace so that encourage that like Hamilton for example they want the audience to get Wilson first of all Hamilton is a big scam designed to keep the audience from realizing there watching a really really terrible musical getting engagement would be important I mean the the at the Hamilton is the V. but the math professor who decided to wrap up mass to the kids in order to get you know I mean it's the rap is that level I've I've heard the rap it said that level it's that how do you do it sometime my name is Hamilton and I'm here to say I'm going to teach you guys think the number anyway go head regular set well this is saying is that I think in a theater setting with well that show rock of ages for example is set up in a way where it's interactive with the audience which I don't know why you go see this but they think the pop songs yeah journey don't stop believing in the polar middle age they could not add up to much in their lives many a night like this I understand seventy dollar frat party yeah but that they're supposed to be there's a professionalism on Broadway these is supposed to be the best of the best that I want to watch them I don't want the crowd getting involved in ruining you know it uses the same thing I was saying about the rockstars either I paid a ticket I didn't pay money to see Tom Petty to think wow man I hope my neighbors of there so they can sing all my favorite Tom Petty song you don't like when all the music drops out people clap their hands over there no no because most of the most of the crowd time in our white their timing is horrible they're not musicians there it said time white you're correct so couple weeks anti white dancer so a couple weeks ago when I saw Luke Bryan and everybody was that when there's all sing and shaking boots like that you had like that you would you see Eric Bryan looked Luke Bryan thank you very much Sir George grown Luke Bryan yeah look at that point if you're there for two reasons if you're if you're a guy you're getting drunk and you somehow for every ticket you somehow convinced yourself that that she's going to give it up that night sure there with her she is giving it okay well **** I understand humanity this is music let's not talk about let's not have music conversations about Luke Scherzer Eric what's the difference what's the difference to close out the store and get your wonder why presented I'm really just trying to convince myself to take another trip to Tokyo worry I'd go see this production of cats and I go to a baseball you know what you should do what you should do is you should see cats in every country the cats is playing in the world and give your review at the for each one and then that turns into an easy book a coffee table read I'm making you money right now you're taking notes because a lot of people have seen cats so wouldn't be a worldwide major television event but enough people have seen cats that they would buy the book of the guy who saw every version of cats and gave a review of it should the book be called now I'm not gay I have to get defensive about I'm not answer just a guy who had musicals the book jacket that has the different reviews and it's like they all start with like well he's really not gay struck a very here's a a very straight view I'd like to clear this up I'm not defensive but I think that is the angle you have to take the straight man likes of this right right is like the clear I think holiday drop for the for the straight guy thing now everybody's they take care of women they take care of men and all the other to be straight all the rest Roman Mather kin all the other but take care for men and all the other centers around all night that soldier face was a Facebook as fifty two or something things yeah not enough well look it's a start Rome wasn't built today next story from studio B. one Sir satellites are starting to watch your every move I said the the the resolution of the satellites is getting so good that they can track you so what what's going on at this point is the satellite companies say they're keeping a person's data separate from any identifying characteristics and that their regulations in place so that they can't actually make out peoples faces quite yet or license plates on the car SO true I know it's not you know years ago reason magazine had a this is back of people still have your magazines are saying that if you had a suspicion without your mailbox Monday in your house matter who you were was on the cover and that was like the early two thousands and that was satellite imagery and so that was the only two thousand so they've got my house I think they got my case by now Eric von Hesler he doesn't have any bias and he'll get on his body nine to noon on ninety five point five W. SB at latest news and talk she can forty nine in the core rate here you're WSB twenty four hour traffic.
"eric bryan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I think the floor of THEO Riddick might be a bit safer here. They're going to have to throw the football against the LA Rams to say into that game. Right. I mean ran for nine and a half point favorites coming up there by Todd Gurley is healthy Marlin MAC played the Jaguars a few weeks ago. And maybe in the Jaguars are like totally and mail it in mode, but twelve rushes and twenty eight yards from our that MAC the first time these two teams played and I would like to thank the Jaguars have enough pride. They're gonna start a show on Sunday that you know, it's been a disappointing season. But we've got some fighting from Kevin Lee guy, Eric Bryan who's got as many touchdowns this year as his previous four years combined or March. Count on real. Honestly, I think what I will be doing in this case would be playing. He brought him flexing kit or vice versa. Doesn't matter. How you actually do it. But if I had to choose one, I'm gonna go there you brought ride the hot here for a while. We are all making the case for the mitigating factors surrounding Eric Hebron because there were something like he was catching an incredible number of touchdowns relative to his overall number of of catches in general. But I would just say that if you have those two, and you can find a way to flex them. Make your decision almost every week last one from Brandon, and I think AJ greens gonna play if that's the latest DJ more or AJ green green is going to play as I mentioned a little while ago. He has been removed from their injury report. So good news there for the Bengals. I think in this case Welby game more has been really exciting in the bucks couldn't cover the three of us. If we were out there playing against them. I with AJ green here and just Bank on. Hey, if he's a close family too. Normal AJ green that could be rolling out of bed scoring a touchdown one. Five catches with aim five yards. The quarterback doesn't scare you at all. Like you got to go to a backup. Hey, what hike? Most teams kinda scary when the backup quarterback, but. Oh, guys. The Mendoza line quarterback wins above replacement model, but is obviously prevalent in baseball. I kinda feel like as a green would be like a point one. Right. You know about average for quarterback. So I don't know that it's been major down don't taking them for granted by the I don't think it'd be huge downgraded. I think I'm with you. I'm gonna play Jay green this week. All right field have a great weekend. And we will see you next Friday. All right. Sounds good guys. Listen, everybody. That's field Yates every week with us. So if we didn't get to your question, I.
"eric bryan" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"It was good for what I was trying to do at that point. I was so new to the course golf that it matter. Like I could have been planning our nine hole or pine valley, and I'm like, oh, I don't know the difference. More. So I want to tell the story to listen to hear the podcast sitting right next to golden Tate right now is Brian Kelly, head coach, Notre Dame baby? Yes. So you guys have made. What was he like? You know, I didn't. I missed them by a year a year. You're he came in. Okay. Spent time with them defeats great for the program, and you could see the program getting better and better year. So I'm glad we got him on our team. How many did you hear the chance in the background? Jerry Rice. Jerry right now, you look, you see this and we asked these guys about it all the time. You talked about how like growing up, you really weren't. You didn't think Gulf would be fun. But when you look at how many people despite connects, talk about that with how golf connects people from all different walks of life, sports athletes celebrities? Yeah, I think it's, it's, it's a sport that over the last five or six years, I've seen this skyrocket like with all the gear and the clothing and the technology. And then you have events like this, what you have in Mazen's live there come out and play, which is what makes this so amazing. 'cause I'm watching you look around. Starstruck seeing some of these guys and then you know the fans are just amazing hearing you own out here, one autographs and pictures. Beautiful Lake Tahoe in July on the water. Air is nice. Eighty degrees eighty five. Maybe even ninety this week, right? I mean, how can you go wrong? I mean golf is just such a perfect sport to me 'cause I played football player very aggressive, tough on your bones sport. And when I come out and play golf, I can still mentally play the game in stay sharp, but I'm not. I don't walk away from the Gulf war. It's like, oh my gosh, I can't play for a week. Now doing Kreil after go hit stretch. So history mess it. And the thing about golf is it doesn't matter if you are index indexes twenty or or nine. I mean we all hit a good shot at some point that we have. We have a story where I hit a tree far left and I ended up on the fairway, the green, and we all had that story in that connects us. I think in. We all hit bad shots, even the pros, it back shots. I mean, that's one thing that I just think connects all of us, but that's the addiction to is. We hit that one shot just like a dude on TV, and then that is it. Yeah, it is getting we chasing it. Yeah, I give me a bird. Look, you know what? Maybe the senior tourism. Maybe I got a few years to get there, but I mean, all you need is, like you said, just one good shot and you'll be back over and over what's your best round so far that you've ever had my best round actually happened this year. It was at Torrey Pines north, I shot seventy four. And I think I doubled nine. Or doubled eight, came back in birdie nine and get back on track. And then the last eighteen I was so hype about my score. I'm like. Who who else on your team has the disease with you? You know, I'm bringing more and more people, Eric Bryan who's now at the colts got us set this year and he's kind of get all the gear and get right. He sends us Instagram posts on working. Andre Roberts staffer gets out there here in their Dom. You'll back is a guy that play with pretty often are punters Sam. Martin Reggie Bush has gotten. He's got the h. more than I had it when I was starting off. He played in the pro-am in New Orleans. And as soon as he was done, we were sitting up in like the little reception area and he lived in me and was like, yo, can we get more these getting this more call?.