15 Burst results for "Evan Morgan"
"evan morgan" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Let's move on to ls well a little less dark and morbid movie assigned to us. By whom pete. A beta beta. Who is he's been on the program before he is known for his podcast. Which i know. Some of our listeners have made the crossover and They haven't given up on us but they They also listen to middle class film class which pita beta Co-hosts over there. There's three of them and Data a very interactive Show going where interactive with the With the listeners and he actually did advertising on our program a while ago. I remember that pizza really sharp guy. Bright guy and I had a lot of fun talking to him earlier today about his pick. Which was the kid detective which i have Some opinions about and things to say For sure you heard of this movie. Oh yeah and it's been on my list. That's how i opened my discussion with. Pete was jokes on you. I was going to get to this one eventually anyways. thanks for the cash sucker but I would say that it would have taken me a long time. Because i got this weird thing. I dunno if you do too but like if a movie is more than a week old. I feel like it's kind of old news but if it's like twenty five years old and i still haven't seen it i'll i'll dive right in. You know what i mean. So get detective was in that weird like It's been out for a few months now. And i haven't seen it in like what's the point in watching it now but i i talked about it on cinematics Before it even came out because it it seemed interesting. So why don't you tell the listeners. What it's about and why would seem interesting. The kid detectives at twenty twenty film written and directed by evan morgan. If if that name sounds familiar. He directed the dirties. Which anderson. I think you assigned to me. Adam brody stars as the wait for it. Titular kid detective nolan kid. Of course he's grown up. We'll get into that. A second eighty four percent tomatoes This is streaming on stars. Hey heads up. This is not an ad getting the money for this but stars on amazon amazon is having a half price promotion The eight ninety nine is guess. Four forty nine per month for six months or something so if you want to get it on a stars killing killing with the movies Amazon is having a promotion through the end of this month which is just a few more days and also we don't talk about. Hbo max Splitting from prime. Which kinda screwed me up. I wasn't prepared or aware of that. And when i was trying to watch on. Hbo max is like your subscription has has expired what are you. What are you talking about expired. Everything's on auto renew. What are you doing here and it turns out. Hbo max They broke up with old prime over there. So now they have their. Hbo max themselves have a promotional offer where it's six months for half price seven fifty. If you get it straight from hbo max they also have a new section where you can watch ads much like hulu for less money per month. But they want people on the regular. I'm not doing an average built here. That's the last thing. I want to do their own by. At and t. Which is a fucking off from the underworld like eighteen but irrational pace yourself. Buddy come on sorry issues. but Yeah so a heads up a heads up for that if you're not check. Hbo max lately. It's probably expired. If you got through prime like i did anyway. I got a lot of deals to get out there. And yeah i. I got stars for ninety nine cents or something. It's you gotta do that. If you're a movie addict like we are in you. Watch every try and watch everything and They got deals. You gotta to keep your eye out kid. Detective get active. So i didn't do a deep enough dive anderson into the research the background. The genesis of this is what happened if encyclopedia brown grew up and became a sort of disenchanted adult still solving crimes. As zoo we start with a Idyllic impossibly idyllic childhood for adam brody's young character the kid detective solving crazy essentially encyclopedia brown for this town. He solving crimes like oh who kicked my dog. Or you know you feel like that to bit to bit stuff. it's very cute. And then we cut them all grown up and of course he's disheveled and he's just a disillusioned and it's adam brody and one. The first i laugh out loud. Anderson came during the opening credits. His parents who are now very very nice. Visit canadian film. So everyone's very polite even the you know the even the murderer you know. What's interesting about us as a canadian film. evan morgan. You may know that name evan. Morgan is the writer of a little movie that we both will. I loved absolutely called dirties. Do remember the dirties. I mentioned the dirty. As i said you assigned it to me. I was dealing with some moving stuff. Sorry god damn. I was getting text messages about my moving Van a moving company and they were trying to confirm dates on mckell. Yes yes please ma. What are you doing sits two days before we're moving. Why would you just be confirming with me now. You're driving me and say that. I haven't even told you because i was just waxing about only after his astor. Holy shit brian. We're moving in the data. They told us to move to actually hire the renter. The lubers which cost a guy damn fortune as you. I'm sure you know Yeah turns out we're not necessarily getting the keys Anytime before six. Pm the day that we're moving and we're scheduled to show up at the house with the moving truck at noon and they're our listeners. And i suppose just unload your stuff on the lawn very upsetting berry berry upsetting anyway during the opening credits we see adam brody now grown up the grown up kids tag talking to his Disappointed parents who were very nice. But they're like How's it going son. And he's like you know. Okay yeah have you had any cases lately just this one. I had to investigate. If this this was guy was gay. Oh was he a little. Oh that's nice. Isn't that kind of movie like he's got a very wry and droll was british style like conversational humor. There's all sorts of wordplay back and forth. Where it's maybe i'll have quite a few times at the way the characters talked but yes there is a there is a case a girl comes to him. It's not a here nor there. I don't want to spend too much about it but This is the idea being that this celebrated child detective has now grown up into maybe less celebrated detective. Yeah it's the story of the guy or girl who's peaked too soon. And there's many of us out there and there's many i'm thinking like the star athletes in high school who were like the quarterback and like they now they you know the bar back at the local tavern i. There's a lot of that in there where it was a bartender. There are back..
"evan morgan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"CBS is Michael George tells us how it's changed policing in our states. And across the country. Since Floyd's death, 36 states have passed some form of police reform and many communities air cutting police funding, But some have pushed back, saying police are being unfairly demonized in Seattle. Police say 20% of their officers have quit over low morale. When you've got rocks and bottles in some cases, cinder blocks thrown at us, and we have to stand there, take it. It's it's discouraging. The George Floyd Justice and Policing Act, which includes a ban on choke holds and no knock warrants is stalled in the U. S. Senate. Michael George CBS NEWS NEW YORK He State Department of Health says it is aware and investigating a small number of cases involving heart issues. After getting the covert vaccine. It happened to Kenmore 18 year old Evan Morgan. I felt like my chest was really tight, and my throat was really swollen up like my lymph nodes of my neck. Standing up from sitting down position would have you absolutely winded sells cover seven TV doctors diagnosed him with mild card itis or inflammation of the heart. He awaits, says health providers were being notified, so they are ready to identify symptoms. Amazon in trouble yet again over workplace safety, The State Department of Labor and Industries cited the company earlier this month after finding a direct connection between reported injuries in the speed at which Amazon pressures it's warehouse employees to work. Seattle Times reports that resulted in a $7000 fine. That's the maximum amount for a serious citation. Another national golf championship is coming back to the Pacific Northwest. Best players from around the world's global event will come to Chambers Bay and play Chambers bands down the company of places like Southern Hills Country Club and Bel Air Country clubs John but in hammer with the United States Golf Association telling cover 70 V. Next year's Women's Amateur championship will be played at Chambers Bane. 2 32 already real time traffic.
"evan morgan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Have. I love going crazy for it. But i liked it a lot. I wasn't. I had heard positive things but was kind of unsure and i watched this Sort of a last minute scramble. When i was trying to find something to To recommend in my weekly tv segment And so i was just like. I hope this isn't terrible. That was really my my only thought about it. Like i need to be able to say something positive. And i had fun with it. I enjoyed it Like i said. I think adam brody is underrated. I hope maybe the minor level of acclaim that this movie has gotten will allow him to get some more decent roles and I'm not a. I'm not familiar with the directors at evan stone. Is that his name. I made Evan morgan evan morgan. There you go evanston other movie the dirty which i haven't seen But joe black told me is really good. So i got a good or bad thing but a lot of very weird movies does indeed. But i mean based on this movie. I look forward to seeing what he does next. So yeah i would recommend it. You know as we said it had that full theatrical release but who's going to theaters right now so if you maybe forgot about it. It's now on vod and it's definitely worth a rental absolutely well. Josh what is another movie. You watch recently to recommend our listeners. So i'm going to recommend not the other movie that i recommended alongside this one in my atv segment that week that it opened It was a movie that i also reviewed in my. Vod column At crooked barky where. I usually try to find really like small marginal movies to focus on and i hadn't realized how much this movie would appeal to weirdos. Apparently it's called. Pg psycho doorman was recently out on vod. And i think one of these movies that like is engineered to have a cult following and a lotta times. I find that really annoying. But i think this movie is a lot of fun. It the idea here. Is that these these two young kids in. It's also weird way like the kid detective. In that it puts kids this grownup contacts. These two rights uncover this ancient evil alien who is intent on destroying humanity. But because this little girl has this gem that controls him instead she liked makes him play games with them and become their friend and tag along with them everywhere and but he's this giant monster and is now very violent doesn't shy away from that and this little girl is essentially a sociopath so she might jump rope with him but then also have him tears some people's arms off and it has this very kitschy tone with all of these practical effects. I mean it looks like mighty morphin power rangers or or like a trauma movie with these low budget. But very creatively produced costumes and sets. And there's a whole alien subplot about the people who are trying to or not people the aliens who are trying to come stop psycho gorman. because he's been awakened and lake mystery team. It probably would have been better if it was like twenty minutes long. But it's still. It's still a lot of fun. Is the kind of movie that if you watch the trailer and you think i would love this. You will love it. Yeah i haven't watched it yet but believe me. It's high up on my list of things to watch very soon because it looks. It looks completely ridiculous. And i can't wait. It is fun. It's not as much fun the whole time. But it's still i i do recommend it. Check it out. And i think it's also eventually going to be on shudder if you don't wanna pay for if you subscribe to that maybe in like a month or two it'll be there as well awesome awesome. Well josh as always this was great. Why don't you tell people about everything. You're up to an awesome new beer so many things so awesome movie year is well. I think this'll be out. Where we're still wrapping up our season on the films of nineteen eighty-four which has been a lot of fine and we've talked about a lot of big blockbuster things We recently just put out our episode on dave's pick which was ghostbusters. So that was a good time and it's an awesome movie year dot com. It's awesome movie year on facebook and instagram and awesome movie pod on twitter and check my stuff out at josh. Bell hates everything dot com. There are a couple things there right now and josh bell. He's on facebook and at signal bleed on twitter and as alluded to. If you're in las vegas you can watch me on. Fridays on katie. Mvp channel thirteen on the eleven. Am news. where. I do things like tell people to watch psycho going on and local news. Which is great. I would like to do a special episode of the podcast where i interview the random people that took your advice. I would love to know. I haven't gotten any feedback from yet but that would be amazing. Josh as always thanks so much for being here and look forward to get you back.
"evan morgan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Welcome to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and i'm excited about this one today because this is probably my favorite movie. I've watched this year so far. It's called the kid. Detective starring adam brody written and directed by evan morgan. It's this kind of send up of the private eye. Detective kind of movie But with a guy who used to be a famous kid detective who has now grown up and still coasting on his previous accomplishments but is finally faced with a actual grownup case to solve a grisly murder. And it's it's great. It's so much fun. I i hope more people discover this movie. If you haven't watched it yet make sure to go. Check it out before you get into this conversation Because i want more people to watch this movie but And we do of course get into some spoilers so with me today to talk about. This movie is josh bell. You know him from awesome movie year. You know him from this show. He's been on a bunch lately. Actually but Josh is here again. And i always love having josh on the show and before we get into that conversation i want to remind you as always to make sure your subscribed piecing it together on your podcast app of choice. You can rate and review us over on apple. Podcasts or pod chaser. If you're enjoying the show would love to know what you're thinking so Definitely do that. And you can follow us on social media at piecing pot or join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces and over. We also have a patriot on the produced by. David rosen patriarch in where i post. Bonus content advanced episodes of piecing it together. we've got a new special awesome movie or episode is going to be posted in there as soon as well as more of my album commentaries that i promised a while back and never got around to posting but those are coming real soon so lots of great stuff going up on the patriots check out. Patriots dot com slash. By david rosen. So.
"evan morgan" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Okay and what. I would say that that jake is like i think like in one thousand nine hundred seventeen when you're watching the main character walk through those trenches and you're just watching all these people doing and reacting to different things in those trenches i you could. You could literally spend hours days watching those scenes. And i still don't think that you would get everything out of that movie. There's still so much more going on in that movie. When you're like when the characters walking through those trenches all those characters are going through different every every character would like have their own movie in my opinion in that movie within that. It's it's it's so fucking god. Yeah i agree. It's it's just such a masterful level of set design to. I like we did set design of the year. It would probably go to nine nineteen seventeen. I've just never seen anything like it. My first runner up is going to be christopher nolan for tenet I mean here's a director that just does not give a fuck what the masses want or what. The mass distinct when it comes to how he's gonna make his movies. I mean he he never really has like. He's not gonna about trends. He's not gonna make dialogue easier for you to fuck you here. He you know he does not give a fuck and sometimes. I think we're rewarded for that. And i think tenant is one of those cases this movie. Just i'm not the biggest nolan fan. I never have been this movie. Just really fucking knocked my socks off. It was just fucking unbelievable. And honestly i never really had like yes. The sound is garbled and yes. It's it's hard to hear what people are saying at times but it never once like distracted me from what i was seeing or made it hard to understand what i was seeing. I always could follow what was going on very well in this movie. So that was the complaint. I really didn't understand. Until after the fact and i saw everyone everyone complaining about it but yeah i mean he really had to plot out so much direct this movie when it came to what was going on now. I don't wanna get into spoilers. But you know you've got things moving this way things moving that way and it was just a masterclass of you know storyboarding when it came to figuring high is going to direct all this stuff and i pulled it off one hundred percent. I wanna see. Christopher nolan tracked porno Shit going backwards myself. When i watch you might as well be. Christopher nolan a reverse cream pie. I first hot biscuit says. I'm the christopher nolan of my own. Poor mad you tend to make sure jake jake is. The master of his domain seinfeld honorable mentions for director of the year. For evan morgan for the kid detective..
"evan morgan" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Year so quiet. Nwa take director of the year. Pau do you have any honorable. Mentions i do do and i was feel like i just got a war. And everyone's like the next couple of categories. I was sold locked in until i watched one of these movies for the first time yesterday but my mentions. I have ellen ball for uncle frank. Gavan o'connor for the way. Back with ben affleck great choice man talking about asking ball. Jesus christ great choice. Have you seen what he went through. Like oh no total. Yeah cutting have you ever seen warrior. Oh god yeah with joel edgerton and tom hardy. Yes same director. Oh is it that makes so much sense that makes so much sense. Aaron sorkin for the trial that chicago seven. I know that's been brought up by rebekah for that piece of shit judge. I got a knee. Sh-sh-she natty for the movie run. It's not a perfect movie. But man they have a lotta fucking fun. Would that sarah paulson movie. Here's the one. That's kind of thrown a monkey wrench into everything for me. I got lawrence. michael levine. For black bear judd appetite for the king of staten island and I do want to throw this in because it is for a tv show. But i got deccan low knee for the diamond dogs episode of ted lasso and that is most known for the dart seen episode. I think is one of the best scenes. Tv in quite a long time. That is like for me. That was like the best seen since fucking you like them. Apples in goodwill hunting. Like everything about that. Scene was on perfect perfect. Yeah all right. So i got three runners up for my third runner-up director of the year. I have maxed barbeque. Oh four palm springs. My second. runner-up. Is evan morgan. For the kid detective and my first runner up as angel. Manuel soto for charm. City kings charm city kings. Oh my god. I wish i would have put that on my list. I'm going to throw that on as an honorable mention right now. Paul there you go fucking charm city kings. What a fantastic movie. That came out of nowhere on. Hbo max right. Yeah and the sounded like cheap fast and furious. Knock off if you read the synopsis right. It was nothing like that fantastic choices. Paul fantastic choices rebecca. What do you got for honorable mentions and runners-up mentions and two runners up honorable mentions no particular order destined daniel. Craig credit hope. That's how you say it right for his movie. Just mercy patty jenkins for wonder woman. Nine hundred eighty four gina. Prime blyth would for the old guard. Jonathan frakes all of his directing work on star. Trek picard and discovery. Morton tilda him for his work on defending jacob. he directed all eight episodes. Makoto shinkaiye for weathering with you. Also aaron sorkin for travel chicago seven and haenel culpepper for her work on star trek picard..
"evan morgan" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Isaiah Mobley Now, Peterson now ET on a hand off, he goes inside La Bas, read easily by Baptist and knocked away by Maliki. Wait, So there's a turnover on going. The other way is trigger three is no Good Baptist is open, one of five from three for the lancers. USC trying to go inside again, Peterson locked up. There's no one here and throw down. That's what we came to see Evan Mobley shown off that wing Stan. Great fine from Drew Peterson. Us. He's lied Is 11 8 another three by Baptist again? No good this time, an offensive rebound of the nodded, but it's stolen by 80 83 on three. The other way had globally but didn't see him and said, goes to Peterson Peterson, Isaiah Mobley. The free throw line is mid range jumpers pure and the Trojans around a little mini run here. Taking four of the last 4 to 6. So over the last 1, 13 and us his lead is five, Its largest of the night lancers have been pushed to the perimeter. And again they shoot a three and this one banks in off glass for Reed knotted, So it was not intentional, But the lancers could use it to stop the USC run does just that Trojans lead is down to 13 11. Anderson behind the perimeter is not look for his shots so far going inside the example believe the free throw lines pivots gives it to et et comes to the free throw line loses it, and it's stolen by weight, and Evan Mobley goes down as he was undercut. It's five on four, but the Lance is the other way. Baseline driving kick wide Open three. This time is good. That was Mark Carbone, who's coming off the bench. So their sixth straight back to back threes for California Baptist and we get the first time out. From Andy Enfield's so the Trojans got caught in transition because Evan Mobley went down in the front court. He's okay. But and field not happy with the way the team picked up on all the sudden the lancers air back in front 14 13 14 26 left in the first half. Trojans basketball, sponsored by Athletic brewing, a proud partner of USC, order, great tasting craft, nonalcoholic beer, online and athletic growing dot com and get free shipping on 26 packs or more. Evan Morgan has been the story so far for USC as anticipated. He has seven points on three of three shooting, including a three on the Trojans have gone the bench for the first time swapping both wings. Isaiah White comes in. He is a grant grant transfer from Utah Valley and Max Achtung Polo. The sophomore Santa Margherita High School is in as well. So Peterson and 80 cents for the Trojans, Pola gets his first touch. There's a hold inside whites and interesting player, High energy High Motor Hill reminds you a little bit of Daniel. You told me. I think he shoots it quite as well as Daniel did. He plays with that kind of physicality. Good defender Now Chavez Goodwin checks in. He's the other grad transfer from walkers on as a lovely 67. Mobley has it. And then we'll be looking for Ethan Anderson doesn't have it. Look to attack knocked away picks it back up lobster back out to even USC will reset offensively and just looking inside the Goodwin Goodwin has a smaller man has back close to a wild hook shot. No good. Offensive rebounder Isaiah White White looking power up. Instead, he travels on California Baptist will have it going the other way. Trojan turnover. It's the second Give a third giveaway now by USC coaches show a full court press for the first time. So in the infield trying toe turn the tempo this game up. The lancers have tried to turn into a three point shooting contest. They've taken eight already. They break us, he's press will see. Now it's the Trojans fall back into his own. They do not gonna play man to man even out of the press, usually It's an indicator for any and feel that he will play zone once he goes, No press, but not here tonight. Down past inside the dock, he kicks it back out. There was a driving a lot back to cock Goodwin on him quickly, not trying to take over, but the shock clock ran out on him. And the Trojans force a turnover. 13 33 left in the first half on Anderson will walk things up for US seat. So it's Anderson about Polo White, Evan Mobley and Shiva's Goodwin on the court and they're looking inside for Evan, and they've got him but he was held. My gorge, Doc Doc, It's just the first foul on God. But the team fouls are starting to rack up here on California Baptists That is the fifth foul on the visitors. The Trojans have been whistled just once, Anderson lots and a good one catches of the elbow gives it to white polo on a girl comes to the free throw line, kicks it out the white light We're taking open three and then a rattle home form. Isaiah Whites first bucket as a Trojan. Experienced player gets on the board for USC, and it's 16 14 Children back in front and then white, screaming in his opponent's face forces a turn over there, and that is the kind of energy I'm talking about from Isaiah White. On full display on defense, a vacuum in forces the turnover, USC will happen again. And White has the basketball again. Bank Polo Looking inside gets a screen from Goodwin. It's in the legal screen and that'll be a turnover on the Trojans and the foul on Chavez Goodwin. Well. 55 left in the first half Trojans are two of four from behind the three point arc. California Baptist, three of eight U. S. C. A shot of well over all seven of 13 USC in a press again and again, the Lancers break it pretty easily and now the Trojans will fall enough of this day Amendment for second was his own. His head's, thereby Mobley. They're going inside God cast position, but it's knocked away by Goodwin. And now he knocks it away again. Has got almost recovered it good one knocks out of bounds. So good hustle there by ship as Goodwin. Chavez could be the backup big on this team. 69 forward has entered a tournament experience with Wofford. This'll is his third school. They left Doc wide open for the two hand flush, so Trojans get lost in there. Pick and roll coverage there. And Gore Jock cock. It's an easy bucket..
"evan morgan" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"I thought it was really good. I think the ending really came together and. It's a sweet personal story. I really did enjoy the opening act. It's out on video on demand. This will probably get picked up by a streamer here in a few months I would imagine. So probably Netflix or Amazon or something like that but I enjoyed it as well. Yeah. The opening act I'll give it high tastes that. Not Everything? was funny though there was some stuff that was super funny. There was there are some moments that like laugh out loud funny but. I. Think Bill Burr as much as I love him I think like the character that he played did not suit him well in this movie. Dick, manager of the. That branch of the insurance company I think it was a little out of his comfort level to play that character I thought. Whitney. was like her character was like super sweet. Yeah. Yeah. Like super sweet. Thought Alex Moffat did a good job as like the side. I've only seen him in. The doing Saturday. Night live. Yeah. Yeah he's Great. He's really good. It's really good. I thought cedric the entertainer was really good. That I really loved about that though is you know he is super success. He's the headliner of this three day long comedy. I. Guess Festival or like big comedy weekend in Philadelphia and. You know yes, he is very famous and he had this. He had his own show at a show how to catch phrase. But I really like how he talks about that also in some ways that had detriment to have as he's gotten older in his career because. He can't do anything new. York. Up A lot of stand up comedy I, think you have. If your comedy has a stick to it. Than that kind of becomes you and then if you try to break out of that box like, no, they just WanNa. Hear the old stuff yeah. Yeah. Yeah I thought it was really really good. I'll give it a high taste that you gave it a tupperware. So this is this is definitely one that you're gonNA want to check out. Whether, you watch it on video on demand or When it gets picked up I did go to the theater. Because it looks like probably going to be closing again. So I was like man, what if they close again, I've missed my window to keep going. To Go, see a movie. So I went and saw the kid detective and I know it sounds like it sounds like a kids movie. This is not a kids movie. This is an R. rated dark comedy and a once celebrated kid detective. Now, thirty two continues to solve the same trivial mysteries between hangovers and bouts of self. Pity until a naive client brings him his first adult case to find out who brew brutally murdered her boyfriend at struck by Evan Morgan..
"evan morgan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To figure out how to connect to those customers and get them to come try our product right and so Nate at the time was did some DJing on the side insurgents blasting music and try to create this energy around our store and would be sampling food outside and playing music and we invite all of our friends to come and it started to work all right the three of you I mean you've got now really have to focus I have to assume I'm raising money I know you got a huge a significant investment twenty two million dollar Steve case founder of AOL he's been on the show he puts in a big investment into sweet crane by that point when you raise that money was a pretty easy for you guys to raise money not quite and it came from someone on Steve's team a guy named Evan Morgan and Evan Morgan reached out to us we're sitting down he's like I have this great idea let me franchise your business we laughed in his face said no we're not interested yes because why we're control freaks yeah it's never been part of what we wanted to do because you just can't control what we do and we do it from a supply chain and scratch cooking perspective we were just always scared of franchising our business and have never done okay but he's looking in need and he's saying you guys are like twenty seven twenty eight years old like what franchises thing trust me you're gonna make so much money that's pretty convincing argument yeah to Evans credit he the reason he wanted a franchise because he saw you know he bought into what we were doing he believe that they need to take a food option need to exist all around on this next generation of leaders and so through event we got to know Steve and ultimately raise our first institutional round from revolution you know you.
"evan morgan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"My name is Morgan at spring over there in the production room on the other side of the Looking Glass and my co host for the rest of this hour here she is is here I'd be a helper yours truly accept no substitutes the girl and I'm gonna do my best a bit more rapidly through these phone calls search me first before you do do you have a middle name Evan Morgan Anson white so cool named after I father junior Morgan white Morgan everyone was seen Evan too yes interesting on Donna Lee helper and I'm named after my grandfather and on my mother's side and innovation her name is Dora and I'm gonna which is in a the name thing is always fascinated me like people are named after and stuff like that but anyway we get phone calls to get to just came to mind I've always wanted to ask you I know you're Morgan white junior but I never know what your middle name ever more junior and Donald Lee Donnelly helper and you know there's a broadcaster and channel twenty five yes there is in white really and that's my son excellent okay I thought so but it wasn't sure and I didn't know that was just like a TV name or if that actually was his name is his name that is so cool right so add that to your list of people I will and let's go to John in new Bedford hello John old daughter in Morgan it's always a pleasure to hear both of you Donna is always all it's always a pleasure I just had two things try to make them quick just quickly don't you said you were a baseball game and I thought you I wonder if you've ever read nineteen sixty four I think that is the whole title of it it's about the emerging Saint Louis cardinals who will be coming very good at that time who ended up I think playing the Yankees who actually determine the World Series there was important me to look back I was in high school as a sophomore at that time well here is a very I got a question for you are you referring to a book by David Halberstam god that's the one that so okay remember guys that have you read that I have read everything David Halberstam ever wrote and I'll tell you why is on yeah absolutely have you read his book the fifties no no reassure I sure do I use it we will yeah he was god rest his soul we got hit by a drunk driver it shouldn't happen next anyone here that was at sometime in the nineties or we absolutely yep yeah I think it's terrible that he had not just natural causes now he died died early delighted by a drunk driver but now there he he wrote this wonderful book about the fifties what a great right he was also a sports writer you're absolutely right which is why I know the book I have a whole shelf full of his stuff is the great thing about the that those early sixties in the way that the cards right from the beginning right in spring training they had this phenomenon dot Bob Gibson the great pitcher the guy that knew that he was a like a complete diamond in the rough and he was a tiger on the mountain Altamont yup and they wouldn't put up Gibson wouldn't and the rest of them joined the room they wouldn't put up with any lingering racial stuff from down south especially and specially in spring training there was especially nice the way they they got together I don't know if they won the world is the one that Bobby Richardson have a good have a good point now one thing I did just one thing I did just do I just finished writing a chapter about Bob Murphy I don't know if you remember Curt Gowdy and Bob Miller sure sure yeah I'm on the one I do work on Thursday this is this would have been in the fifties and Bob Murphy left the red Sox because he wanted to be the chief announcer and with Curt Gowdy there he was never going to be the chief tells her I lost and so he left for Baltimore get a couple of years but the Orioles and I could get W. B. A. L. here late at night okay so I could listen to the Orioles games yeah and then he went to New York and became the chief announcer for the Mets and I just got done reading a chapter for a book about his life start in Oklahoma for heaven's sake and when he got to Boston Curt Gowdy worked with him to get rid of this accident really did sound like the proverbial Okie from Muskogee Okie from Muskogee right yeah Hyundai the error anyway David Halberstam out memories I door him I mean one of the highest Ariens alright I tried to when I read the book I like it so much all right I just got a from the library as well I'm gonna try to look into reading some some more of him and now lives than I realized ten years later that he are so awesome whether he had been killed by as you say that action is actually annoying is as yet several house very quickly ask you and forgive me if I've asked this question to Morgan before but a trivia question it's about the the again when I was in high school law the old TV show route sixty six of I asked you or Morgan that question do you not want to hear this question came up just two weeks ago on my show what really well wasn't me I called I think somebody up would be easy before on this question yes to love that show with George my Harris and all my daughter used to watch it written never missed never missed it that's my question give me the the names of the two characters who do good all right into that Saddam has done Martin Milner and George my Harris I never missed an older never miss and Glenn corporate replaced my Harris yeah it was it was Todd styles and bows Murdoch murder okay you had that had I may have I ever call you before they ask you that because you're searching we now know that show it get added to watch it all the time and it didn't come it did come up with a couple of weeks somebody if you have to say well that's great the other you say one last thing I want to talk to you about doing well as common they get parts for the very act driving around Texas Arizona New Mexico and maybe even local only with his cell phone they whipped out their cell phone and found out where the nearest parents building they Google this right John Peter hello still Diane from that that's funny that's funny how did they get the parts hi hi Morgan I Donna you and good thanks I'm calling from South Boston so like my grandmother Lynn yeah yeah I see ray Flynn on on Broadway like pushing all is grand children up to store everyone is ray Flynn that was a great interviewer he's always he's such a wonderful man and I was so lucky to have had him and to have them around so like my grandfather was born in eighteen eighty seven and he went to school with one of the three Stooges who grew up here in Boston do you know really yeah what do you know which one it was has been the original so would not now and it was it was he swore a was it they were just which one they lived in this one of them lived here in Boston at one time which one that's news to me yeah all right well as I only associated them with New York and Philadelphia and a California and California of course maybe shampoo I don't know maybe shampoo I don't know Mike my grandfather said that he went to school with one of the three studios long since gone but mail it I've got two other things L. like Larry eyeing it Larry fine and he was born in Philadelphia and lived in Philly for years and I I'm just I'm running down in my mind the whole it might have been but family lore you know maybe family law are you know but anyway what mall was always really Moses horror with he was born in Brooklyn I remember that from when I was a kid and I saw him interviewed and yeah he was that they were from Brooklyn for heaven's sake okay anyway but life goes on yeah so Linda Ellerbee it turns a bird all I remember why you I used to talk to her sometimes what a nice person she's so brilliant you know like you know and and I I just wanted is she doing anything now and my other question is did BC and have any female deejays I don't know I was born in fifty eight I'm sixty one at Max in two member maxing I mean you know he was on BC yeah yeah that's right maxim and impact is a new movie coming out I believe about WBCN areas out at the end of the year there is I've heard Bradley talk about that absolutely but I it back to Linda Ellerbee though she did a show called NBC news overnight and I ride when they canceled that I mean I just loved that show went to Nickelodeon she had just the right or around her to tell the the news didn't she do it yes yeah like yep PBS didn't she someone PBS no for each time you asked knowing no one no she did a thing for Nickelodeon yeah nbcnews chicken and egg news thing for ages she was I loved her I loved her she was a voice of the seventies and yes Shia for the ages she was great okay anything else no I love you guys Morgan the just the best your breath of fresh air repeated here asking me where she is she retired to quote looking at her bio on the speakers bureau site that represents her case she does still does speaking engagements but he retired from bar broadcasting in twenty sixteen and these days like I said she does speaking engagements she talks at colleges and all that kind of thing but she hasn't really been on the year regularly since twenty sixteen he did produce some documentaries for PBS and of course that children show she I got that can national Emmys for her work in children's broadcasting but but yeah I absolutely remember her when she was doing news overnight I used to love her shows and Peter I will try and get her for gas I will try you would be amazing to do you remember a line and so it goes yes and so it yes absolutely yeah all right I love you guys thank you so much have a nice weekend night night by their jobs Peter it comes Joan wonder hello Joe good morning good morning to you organize you feel better all G. no joke I am so sorry I should have taken a break five minutes going to put you back on hold and we'll take a break and as soon as we come back from the break Joe are bring you back up time and temperature here in BC two twenty forty seven degrees the Morgan show.
"evan morgan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"On how the economy's doing at a grassroots level, and how consumers doing, and those are both very important in how the stock market will eventually trade over time the only other thing Hillary, that's going to be an ongoing concern of something. We have to pay attention to in the weeks to come is. The progress we're making in negotiating with the Chinese on the trade front, that's going to be critical to how to stock market performance behaves. Yeah. Absolutely. And of course I mean I don't know. I feel as though I guess the announcement Friday he avoided that trade war. But what's your sense that it still? Still so much of a potential threat that folks might be that the market might be still worried about this. Yeah. I think the markets vulnerable to headline news. I mean whatever Trump says, whatever he tweets has an immediate impact on the market as pertains to the trade wars. So we have a little bit of a warming of that situation over the last week and really helped a stock market Havis per week last week we started off strongly this week, but we could turn on a dime, and literally could be one tweet that changes. So the market's very emotionally engaged with this issue. And even if the economic data continues to be robust and strong here in the US it just doesn't seem to have as much impact on the stock market, day-to-day as trade war issue does. I mean, this is absolutely at the forefront of everybody's thinking it. So it's the stock market is vulnerable literally day to day. As, as new as a new cycle tells us what's happening or what the next chapter looks like. All right. Well, Evan Morgan Stanley. Thank you so much. We do. Appreciate your time today. Sure. Hillary. So just obviously shifting back to this David Ortiz story, which is likely to dominate the whole cycle. Again, the news came last night that he was shot, it was sort of, at I believe that potentially it was a robbery at this point that definitely seems to be not the case, just looking at what happened. It just seems less and less likely to more, you, you look at the basic facts in the matter, and also in terms of how he's doing, or at least Deeks stent of his injuries. And that's I think rates up. It's all, all I think people wanted to get across this morning was that he was okay. This wasn't a life, ending or on the other hand, I do think certainly more serious than originally thought. And so we'll see how this develops because. The Red Sox just came out with their statement this morning. Right. And is that where they suggest that he can come official statement hours ago? Yeah. I'm sure that in an official statement they would invite him to go to the hospital. Let me in fact, I haven't available just real quickly as far as that's concerned as pulled up here. Just give me a moment. Yeah. And so I mean basically there we know he's in the hospital in the Dominican Republic. We know certainly that the person who shot him as bid, not only captured but apparently beaten severely, and. And basically the issue is, is he okay in terms of their medical system. Is he going to get the best care and will he remains safe? I think that the idea that somebody took a photo of him while in the hospital really bothers me. Because it's like this is a guy who's I'm sure beloved and all that. But unless he gave his okay or unless somebody close to him. Then like, that's not. Okay. You know that close to him. That's dangerous. Obviously, he should have armed guards, probably in front of his room or whatever the case may be right up to provide his safety because as beloved as is when you that beloved is going to be some people that don't like you. That's going to be the case. This sounds like an assassination, if anything I don't really like to use the word assassination, unless it's political. But this does appear like an assassination. Maybe had an enemy out there that was jealous of him that the sided I've, you know, I'm sick and tired of David would see this is how people think, right? I mean, there's other people now that are tweeting out, hopefully David Ortiz can beat the Bruins game Wednesday night for the banner Kathy really that out of it. Are you just trying to be funny man is fighting for his life? He's not going to appear in Boston on Wednesday to wave the flag. I blame the people giving information because we'll. Walk out of the hospital on his own power. Here's the official statement from the Red Sox from eight hours ago late last night. We were made aware of an incident involving David Ortiz in the Dominican Republic David's family has confirmed that he sustained a gunshot wound to the lower back. Abdominal region David is being treated at Clinica a bell Gonzalez. Mingo where he is recovering after surgery. We have offered David's family all available resources to aid, his recovery, and will continue to keep them in our hearts. Okay. So they talk about hospitals by a could as well. Be implied. Right. Send a private plane and bring him back up to Mass General over the case may be to get the best care that he can. But as you said, earlier, it's problematic. When someone has gone through the surgery he went through to just get up and go. I mean it's not that simple. And that's David the does expect a full recovery now. Okay. So I guess that's good. That's good news that he's going to make a full recovery. I also reports that the people were saying to that. Ticking this guy, and the head and basically almost killed him to not kill them because they wanna give information out of like why did it? Him high. Exactly. If, if it's a conspiracy theory, someone else that really wants dead, if it wasn't as nation attempt, but I think they would have killed him if no one intervene Ozora at least ten guys and literally in the video, they're just taking turns kicking him in that. And there's pictures of him like with bandages all over his head now. He's all his face is all messed up. And so they showed no mercy with this guy. Yeah. That is, that's sort of that's disturbing in not that I don't dislike this person. But that's sort of like I don't even know what to call it, I guess. Yeah. That, that. Who says like kicking this guy because he tried to kill this man. Whether it's David Ortiz or someone else on the island gets shot point blank like that you want to see the person who did the shooting get theirs. But then this part of you that says, like Christian said it makes sense to make sure he's alive to try to get information from him who hired him to do this did he just do this because he's unhinged. Lord knows what the cases it's just miraculous. The David Ortiz hopefully is going to make a full recovery here. And again, the term full recovery is something that, you know, will know more as time goes on. He lost his gall bladder, which you can certainly survive without what it does alter the way you live in talking about liver damage, intestines, that were damaged and maybe had to be taken out that's gonna be life altering. Damage them. He's not going to pop up in a in a week and beat David Ortiz again. Right. It's gonna take time and there's going to be a process, and it's going to be life. Altering I friends that had their gallbladders out that, you know, the first thing they eat in the morning, they have to go right to the bathroom. I mean that's some altering. But these are things that people have to deal with organ out, and another organ was damaged. And then whatever the case may be with the intestines. Yeah. It's just it's just a sad story again, whether this is David Ortiz, or John Q public to, to hear the stories is really, really sobering. But there's going to be a lot that comes out on this, because it just does sound to me like. Hired hit if that's the case. But I'm just shocked that he was able to because this guy shot him at point blank range, I now. And if you look at the video, it's not just a little handgun it seems to be a little bit more complicated than that. And I'm just assuming that was a crowded area. They may be as soon as the first shot went off teams able to maybe get away a little bit, and someone got on top of this guy. And then as we said the ten or eleven people started to wail on him. So in that sense, fortunate, and I'm sure David would seize very thankful for those people that may have gotten this person. But these are all fluid reports things change from our to our. Let's just hope the only thing that anyone is concerned right now obviously his health very much and the most recent Christian do you know win. His dad made that most recent update about how he's going to have a full recovery. The most recent update from his dad saying that he's going to have a full recovery is great, great news. That was earlier this morning. But even his brother apparently, which is like midnight, so that he was doing well, so. His brother apparently doing well in surgery. And then his father this morning, I guess, early this morning and said that it was expected to make curry, but who knows what surgery, sometimes you have complications, and you have to go back who knows? So I don't know if he's out of the woods yet, but so far so good with the news coming out that he seems to be teasing three. Okay. And Steph sudden as in the video, he's right? It's point blank like it's the bullet seems to have gone out of its way to hit any major major organs gallbladder getting moved. Yes. Your intestine Sakar didn't at the heart kidneys and just major organs seem to be. Okay. And you can live with part of your live. Maybe two. Fine without your gallbladder. Yeah. I I'm frustrated slightly still by his dad, who, who had come out and said that, that he was doing fine. And I, I mean, there's tweets out there that basically he said, no major major organs were hit or maybe he said, no organs were hit. I just it was very confused. I think there's also lost in translation here. Because again, this first language is Spanish as David Ortiz's. And a lot of the news reports coming from news agencies in the Dominican in Spanish, people now, are starting to translate them and you know how one word can change in translation. And it just sounds different. So this is what happens in the age that we live in with obviously with Twitter because that's where we found out about it last night. Watching hockey game writes the Bruin they want and force game seven, and then all you following on Twitter is David Ortiz, and even the radio stations to support stations, essentially. Continued on with Bruins coverage because there's only so much you can say because the updates were coming in dribs and drabs about what was happening people were like they should have cancelled all programming and talk about David Ortiz while he's he's still alive and doing ok. And also, you don't know what the hell is going on. And it was thinking speculate how he's going to do. And people weighing in on a pocket game, which is not as important as David teases life. I get that. But what exactly are ho supposed to talk about for two hours about David Ortiz? You know, he's he's appears he's gonna make it through. And then let's hope that those reports are accurate. Yes. Absolutely. And, and that's the thing is, I think you're absolutely right. It's not only is there a game of telephone going on. But once you add a different language. It's a huge, it's definitely makes things that much more difficult to sort of know for for fact, what exactly is happening. So all we can do is, is watch as news updates on this and, and try and get a sort of be able to bring it to our listeners and that's the thing. I mean, at this point, obviously, we have a lot of people reacting all these politicians, I was surprised that Elizabeth Warren in south Molton hadn't waiting yet. Certainly presidential candidates they want. They wanna get in there Maura Healey. Looks like wait in. She is our attorney general, our mayor was probably the first in terms of politicians out there..
"evan morgan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein live coverage from CSIS at the center for strategic and international. Studies moderator was Suzanne Spaulding who is with CSIS and a former homeland security department under secretary under President Obama as the deputy attorney general referenced he'll be leaving the department soon and President Donald Trump has nominated. Jeffrey Rosen a longtime litigator and the current deputy transportation secretary to be the new second in command at the Justice department. Up next on C span radio. More live coverage as the US chamber of commerce is holding conference today on foreign investment in the United States, and what is being billed as a fireside chat on the future of work is just beginning with two senators democrat Mark Warner of Virginia Republican John Hoven from North Dakota. Good afternoon everyone. How are you? Get ready for the most exciting thirty minutes of your life. We're going to be talking with the two senators who you all know, quite well about the future of work, which is a fascinating discussion that it's happening around the world. But what we're really going to get into today with the senators at some of the specific proposals that they are working on now in the congress to address it. So why am I just give you both a chance to get some opening remarks about what you think about the status of the future of work the discussion in America, and what you're doing to tackle it Senator Warner first of all thank you for introduction. Also, thanks the chamber and particularly shoutout to nj is a former governor and former chairman of nj I have many wistful members. I think there's not a single former governors John is that doesn't in many ways reflect back on her days as governor with an awful lot of fondness on particularly on frustrating days on the hill. This is a topic that I've been looking at for the last three or four years if somebody who's no longer in business and politics. We all know are changing. We all realize it many people in this country, are frankly may not have the same faith. They're going to get a fair shot in this economy that they felt when I had growing up a lot of that most people to the political extremes, and as a policymaker, and as a as a former governor, I really do think we need to rethink how we make free enterprise capitalism. Worked for broader group of people. So I started this initiative actually with another former government Daniels at the Aspen institute around future work, and that is more almost into kind of future. Our economy can work for more. People broadly speaking, it falls into three categories that I focused on the questions one is with the nature of the fact that nobody's gonna work for the same job for thirty eight years when my dad, did, you know, people are gonna move around. How do we create social contract it really is based on current economy? And that means in my mind, portable benefits, we all say as business leaders or governors you our biggest assets our workforce. How do we really incent people to invest in human? Capital in ways with a different set of rules and structures in the end the twentieth century, and ultimately has again is a business guy. I worry that the current market focus on short termism in terms of profit-seeking over long term value creation really undermines the many of the fundamentals of our economy going forward. And I've got some ideas on all of those all ideas, which could actually be bipartisan, not necessarily defaults to the left, right continuum. Senator Evan Morgan. Great to be with you. And of course, center Warner and Senator Warner is a leader on these workforce issues, but just going to be here in part of the program. I got to start out with a out to my governor from North Dakota Doug Burgum giveaway..
"evan morgan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"They've proven now they can beat you with the run. They know that they can throw the ball fifty times a game with Andrew luck. If they need to and they can beat you. I feel like this is one of the most wide-open postseasons in the NFL that we've had in the last decade fifteen years. I agree. And I think a big reason is the quarterback play. That's fair. Yeah. It's like a quarter. Pat, myself on the back. But I I think there there are that the chiefs Rams game from earlier in the year. That's the greatest pro football game. I've ever seen the most fun. I've ever had watching a regular season game. But you have Nick foles who's coming off a great end of the season run. He is playing at a super high level. Philip rivers hall of fame. Drew Brees hall of Famer Tom Brady hall of Famer I think Andrew luck on his way to being in the hall of fame. It's up and down at I think, that's why you give the advantage to the teams with more experience. There are some young quarterbacks that Dak Prescott who had a impressive end of the game yesterday. Made some big plays. Is he ready to take that next step in his grim in? There are guys who have done it. And then there are guys who are up and coming incredible time to be an NFL fan. If you have one of those guys under center there's ten teams in the league who do not have really good quarterback. And it's tough to win consistently without greatness at that position. And that's why what we were just saying the ravens become sort of a question. Mark can Lamar Jackson hold onto the football. He puts it on the ground. A lot doesn't doesn't turn them over a bunch. But when you run the ball that many times with a quarterback who takes hits like that. It's it's going to be susceptible to fumble. So that's where they need to rely more on the defense in the run game and control the clock. You made the point they do an incredible job of time possession, grinded out drives. And and keep the ball out of the hands of the opposition. And all of a sudden, maybe there's some pressure on that opposing off like they want to get the ball back. If we're gonna get eight possessions a game we need to score and half of them. And so all of a sudden maybe that changes play calling and in approach from the opposing offense. So great matchups again. Today. I'm looking forward to these two games and in the afternoon game eagles eagles and bears. It's the biggest spread I think the bears might be six and a half point favorites. Tough to Ken out the returning champ with the one of the hottest quarterbacks. With Nick foles. We're going to talk about I wanted to do that on the other side here. Also, we gotta talk about the big game that happened last night the Seahawks and the Cowboys and obey area fans had a tough time or forty Niner fans probably had a tough time deciding who to root for that one. Cowboys got some calls down the stretch. And then the the loss of Sebastian Janikowski you and I were just kicking back and forth. No pun intended there on the kicking. We'll we'll talk a little Sebastian Janikowski. Also lets us know Ryan leaf is going to join us at eleven forty five today. So coming up, I we're gonna have a we'll have a Evan Morgan enjoys at nine thirty then Yogi Rothen a fun filled show today. Adam Copeland Todd Husak live from Cambior's drive to the college football national championship at the San Jose convention center. Audio row coming up more on the candy are six eighty the sports leader..
"evan morgan" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Couple of guys that they work with and I say guys because they're all guys, but there's not much venture going on in that part of the world yen for the first six years. We had no venture money so open our first restaurant. We raise money from fifty people, and it was three hundred thousand dollars. So is it from the parents? It was a college professor Claude classmates. Someone we met on a plane on coll- all our old bosses from when we were interns. It was ten thousand dollars is less than that on average Kickstarter before. There was Kickstarter be raising like five thousand you were saying what we want to open a restaurant that's a salad restaurant. We want to open a restaurant that it was farmed table fast food that was the pitch. It was it was it was two things that shouldn't go together, which is very high quality food and very quick casual environment, and we had a tiny little space right across from our dorms five hundred square feet on a little tavern. Oh, yeah. So we took over the little tavern place. Yeah. In the corner on that weird alley burgers, real Greece. That was good greasy one. Yeah. Took that tiny little space and open. They close close it became affiliate. She's dig and then it was empty when we were there. Yeah. And so we took that over and liquors exactly people go get beer, and then go get an greasy now. They're now they're getting food. I was at CV to which is right near next. So the first, you know, raise three hundred thousand dollars from family and friends, and then it was the next five years was us building a network and asking for money and getting advice or asking for advice getting money, but it we raised about just over ten million dollars in the first five years professional, nesters know, some professional some angels, some you know, mentors of ours. Whether it was Walter robs, you know, the one of the whole foods are Danny Meyer, people like that what you were doing. So we were doing and gave us angel investment checks. And so we did that for the first five years or about ten million dollars to about twenty twenty five restaurants and had just started to expand outside of DC. When we're in boss, Philly, Boston, New York at this point. And then Stephen tad came in right? So both of them. Well, that's that's a lot of patients. I know them very, well they've been great. So how did you attract that MRs Steve case and teddy? The early while executives attract pretty much all of our investors as customers I today had been using they're using we had now twenty restaurants in DC. He was eating it in and one of. One of societas or of one of the partners at the firm. His name's Evan. Morgan was a good became a good friend. And he's helping us helping us with the business helping us think about capital structure and things like that. And he then introduce it to Steve revolution. Yeah..
"evan morgan" Discussed on Quest Means Business
"Quest means businesses brought to you by Cleveland Clinic, educating patients from around the nation on how their heart works for facts and information on how to keep your heart. Ticking. Turns the number one har- care team in the nation and visit Cleveland Clinic dot org, slash love your heart. We finally have a breakthrough in the Brexit negotiations. There's a little more than a year left until the UK formerly leaves the EU. But today, British businesses finally learned what happens. Next negotiators have agreed on a transition period of Twenty-one months, avoiding cliff edge Brexit. So when it comes to foreign policy and defence collaboration, we have set out of plan for an ambitious punishing when it goes beyond the relationship. The European Union has with any other third country. And I know this is shared by European pundits. The do reach today envisages moving to that ship at the soonest possible moment this decisive step is just that a defa buzzer. We have not reached the end of the road. Their remains a lot of important work left to be done on important topics in particular Ireland and Northern Ireland. Barney a turned up with a color coded version of the draft transition. Treating the areas in green are the ones where the negotiators have agreed yellow were they have only agreed on the objectives and why we're discussions are ongoing. Let's look at the key point. Negotiators have agreed on the transition period that was a priority for British businesses. The EU has agreement onto its priorities as well. The rights of us citizens living in the UK and the money. The UK will pay to leave the union. Next negotiators made some progress on Irish border issues. The agreement includes a provision that will prevent a hard border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, but other Irish issues are not settled at all. Finally, the areas where there's no agreement yet they include judicial cooperation in intellectual property. CNN is covering this from both sides Bianca, no blow is in London. Erin McLaughlin is in Brussels. Uncle. Let's start with you. This was finally some progress that we've seen between the two sides. Can you even call it a slight victory for the UK. It's hard to call it a victory for the UK when those definitely give and take on both sides, it's beneficial the UK government to make progress at this juncture because it's already been delayed. And at the end of this week is the critical meeting of the EU twenty-seven. And that Cerro Pacino T to sign off on the street on this draw document that was agreed today between the negotiators. So had this been delayed any longer? It would have put the entire brags that time line in jeopardy. So yes, it's victory, but we have to contextualize that within the framework of increasing pressure on the Brexit time line. But it's certainly interesting that we've had almost nothing in the Brexit is in the UK and this several areas of this draft, this draw legal. They would have a problem with a chief among those would be the fact that the UK would essentially be vassal state as it's being called by Brexit's in the UK during the transition period meeting will be a rule tak-, but not rule mak-. We also haven't heard from the Democratic Unionist Party that prop up trees amaze government, and they caused a problem in the negotiation process back in December on the issues of the Irish border. So it is a victory for the government and that they'd be able to push this through today and make progress to sign this draft text off at the end of the week. Yeah, the Irish border still a big sitting point. But if you take a step back, I mean, we're just talking about a transition deal, and this has been two years in the works. Is there concern, especially amongst the business community there that thrives on a certain day and not uncertainty that what happens after twenty twenty. So that's the next part of this phase is we, we've done the DeVos stale more or less. That's the financial settlement and citizen's rights. And now what talking about the transition, which is almost that the final stage is agreement on the future relationships. That's what comes next. But the businesses in the UK like the CBI and the British chamber of commerce have warmly welcomed this statement today from both sides saying that it gives them that something to be looking for the CBI cool it a victory for common sense, and this is the certainty that businesses have been calling full for many, many months because what it does do is assure businesses that will only be one set of changes, not changes when Britain leaves the E U in March twenty nineteen, and then more changes at the end of the transition period, but that that will be a status quo period during transition. And then changes when the transition period is over the end of December twenty Twen. Twenty, but panel would cool shin that of course, this transition agreement is contingent on everything being agreed. That's the phrase we keep hearing in the UK and the EU that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. As we mentioned, you can't stress enough the importance of finding in agreement on the Irish border issue, but let's go to Aaron walk in Brussels because this is a fine line that the EU has to walk as well. They clearly have made some inroads on a deal with the UK. But at the same time they can't give the UK a better deal out of the EU than they had while they were in the EU for no, the reason and setting precedent right. And it certainly something that they will tackle when they begin to negotiate that future relationship. But for now EU diplomats telling me they're happy with the progress made so far that the agreement that was reached today on transition is as they expected there, no surprises for the twenty seven remaining Member States, they got what they wanted in terms of money in terms of the budgetary contributions during the transition that the UK will be a rule taker, not a rule maker. What is senior EU diplomat telling me that the main concession they made to the UK during the transition is to allow the UK to sign and ratify trade deals. During that transition period, those deals though would only go in effect after the transition period had concluded the diplomat telling me they felt that that was fair. So they made that concession. It was also something that. Theresa May can bring back to the British political scene in point to as a victory in all of this EU diplomats are very aware of the fragile political state in which she operates. And they say that she can now come to Brussels later this week for the summit and show victory. So to speak a small victory with that color coded document. All right. We're going to leave it there and Bianca. Thank you so much for joining us. The British pound rallied as news of the agreement came out that caused Doxa fall in London. The major European indices all ended in the red. The transition deal comes as relief for British businesses. They had warmed repeatedly about the need to avoid so-called cliff edge when the UK formerly leaves the union joining me. Now, Edwin Morgan is the interim director of policy at the UK's institute of directors. Thank you so much for joining us. So your reaction to this tentative agreement between the two sides. Well, I think really, we call 'em size in just in transition is going over this the the point about having transition peers that means businesses now don't have to implement any of their contingency plans. So that's things like moving start, moving offices, taking the, the more extreme steps that they would have to take take if they didn't know what was happening and we're facing a southern change from the concentration. So that is a very positive, welcome set today, really. Now we have to move on as quickly as possible to working out where the bridge that we have is taking us to the only other side. Is there any concern that you're going to see other companies follow Unilever, suit and leave the UK all together or does news today at least temporarily halt that move. To leave leaving tawny changing that whether listed. But I think I think that's this gives company some certainty off until twenty twenty into twin stones. He, at least there will be no change in terms of trading with the all the staff that they can get from the. So that really helps them to plan to know that nothing is going to be a radical change. And then I suppose the question is what. What does the dietitian period and how the things phased in new customs arrangements that it's that kind of thing. This is all the discussions that ready to get moving pretty quickly. This all happens three Somme really over seeing a weak coalition government. If these talks continue to make the progress that we're saying today, will this boost her standing domestically. I think businesses from from some sort of, you know, all members of the, it's very difficult when you've got politics as fractures. This. Minority government not knowing how might twisting all it's only changed the situation. I think all in all businesses will feel more comfortable today and fill the government is achieved something, be happier about the place where it now Evan Morgan. We appreciate your time tonight. Thank you thinking. Self-driving Uber kills a pedestrian ARizona will look at the circumstances and how the company is responding to the crash that's coming up. Next.