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"gary brian" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"gary brian" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Back in the day So caught a star took this race back in the day for paul nicholls with his half-brother koldo stone as well. But this was a victory for the storyteller. Chris's dream looked all over the winter. I was very confident about delta work for the second year in a row. He's disappointed in this race. So maybe it's just a case of he needs. I run back presenting. Percy was traveling radio well for a long period of time but in the end keith. donahue. And i'm delighted for him because we've talked about the fact that keith retired from being a jockey on the sunday of cheltenham and then on the tuesday he had to watch jack kennedy win on the worst that he would have ridden the bake in the supreme novices hurdle any worked extremely hard to get back into full fitness to be a jockey and he was rewarded with victory on tiger role. Two victories on a role for that matter so delighted for him. That it's another great one For him to succeed. This is a meeting that. Gordon elliott has openly said that he targets but he's best horses and he had the storyteller prime to perfection three miles. No problem great. Run from chris's dream. a nice run from presenting percy as well but let's talk about the front first of all. What did you make of the storyteller. And chris's dream just water race was i mean. Hit already. looks like it's going to be fantastic race yesterday enough alone as we would expect. But when they rule lining up with eight of the runners sailing with a chances they jump three thousand then ran down the hill. It was just giving me goosebumps Which way it was going to go and you barely knew but you also look in presenting. Passy was still there on the inside. Christie's dream who's just a hole sight love so much he was still time king along than yours toll thing presenting passy the storyteller then on either side of him and then they'll delta guessing to walk in behind the leaders and snow. Foulsham was running a huge race as well on the coattails and after the last she just slow as you just said that. It was chris's dream. Kirsten streams race. Now and he's just going to extend away from the storyteller who will just find this grade one step to fall yes again. But he's just terrier of a whole said it was amazing. See him pick up in the way that he did on the hill and yes. He had plenty of race fitness onto his belt from this summer with his thoughts. Already this season but this was still a great one chase in that caliber of company. I wouldn't be attributing his wind simply to a fitness advantage for the opposite has it has made a difference but who'd be simply attributing it to that and he's a funny storyteller. He very much as his way of jumping offense and he must take an awful lot of knowing from jockey's perspective because as we saw earlier on in the season even when he made a bad mistake in the galway plays in dave russell him jumping two fences way out back just causes the horse confidence back and it works because he went on the off the guinness chase three days later it was. It was amazing to see. Just oh fantastic. Jokey manship on. Hose manship from dave russell. But he's just a hose he can easily kick offense out of the ground in every single race and he again. He took a while to warm up to his jumping on saturday. But at least he didn't who for now to the ground usually does which tends to put him on the back foot. But i just still keith donohue roy in so out just as he did at punchestown tune is priced. Aw when replacing. Davy russell with sato and it was commented on at the time by gary. Brian in ruby. Walsh that keith. Donohue has really grown off the mature. You've said emmett and has his head fun. We focused on the job seems given which he's been out to reap the rewards from edison sense owes. You could see the happiness in his face said when he crossed the line. It was just a brilliant win on the radio. Lovely ride as well. Subsea takes knowing your. Chris is dream. He hopes wasn't his fitches winner. But robie powell was forced to commit christmas dream to go win his race at the back of the second last by the story. Talla who roby powell would have known fisher in eakins of latin gets an advantage on him running to the final fence. He had to go in the hatsaw. Little lack of peak season fitness did just tell up the hill but Mamie because he had to go you from traveling on the bridal to committing to the win in a matter of strides on the back of the two hours. So i wouldn't be too hauch chris's dream aso. I think he's run. A lovely rates traveled like the best source in the race and presenting. fussy conundrum. Isn't a you find yourself making excuses for presenting posse telling me and saying well. He ran well he just locked this or he just liked rates that this is what concerns me with with with him constantly thinking as best as come the next day when things fall right then like it so first of all. I'll say about the story. That are racehorse to own at cheltenham festival winner. He was pulled up behind fraud on but he came within an inch of adding to his cheltenham seavy last season and was given a brilliant brilliant ride. I think everybody knew.

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"gary brian" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So how do you how do you digest this win? They got to play another week team chilly next. And then a tough team Sweden to that. When you have this type of scoring they're getting a lot of backlash. Well, and I think it's I think that some of that backlash is justified. I'm very thrilled for the team. It's a great victory. A great win a great way to kick off this Cup series. And we'll see how they do. And we certainly hope that they go out of the way, however, just in sports, generally, I am not in favor of over celebrating. I think you celebrate at the end of the game coaching kids, I would tell them, you know, basically, obviously every goal is a great moment for you, and congratulations. It's, it's a great thing to score a goal in a game like this. But at the end, we're going to celebrate and jump up and down. And I think, as you said, earlier, Brian, you want to pull out some of those star players give some other people a chance at the end of the game at just to be out there and say those, those big scores for later in the process, talking about pulling up you just talking about not scoring. Is that a problem Leslie Osborne? Thinks I'm wrong. She's on Fox Sports cut thirty eight this is part of the game. And if you're Thailand, you're not upset you're not disrespected when you play in World Cup. You know, you've been on the other side of it, this is what you live for injuring for this as part of the game. And I don't think there's any issue to actually Wesley, this is historic. No one's ever won by thirteen goals before. So this is not part of it. What's the highest score ever, I think it was eleven so that's too high. And as I said before, if I'm if I call in you have to call in your scores at the end of the game thirteen nothing needs. I mean the fine suspended or reprimanded. So they go well, those kids sock. Well, I mean you want sportsmanship at every level. I don't understand what, what kind of counter argument that is Gary, listen. Wwltv EMT in Burlington, Vermont, Gary. Brian. Wrong. The thirteen nothing score is it's, it's. Egregious for one thing, but the biggest issue that the way they did it. My daughter played with those girls. National. So regional title, the national titles as well. News program, so we've been to a lot of this. So one of the things you learn coming up through. Teams. Underneath you, you start to back off and start to shoot from long range. At least that way. Entertained the fans Reiter tain, and you're not taking the girls out of playing hard female end of it. Got to watch what they do. Playing lately are doing things are not used to. They tend to run the problems ACL keep playing hard but the ball into the mixer and try to win that way. Right. And when you do that, you know you're going to get the garbage goals. If you start shooting at long range, your scores only going to be six or seven at most and the other thing, that's probably the worst thing about is. The computer, but where we were in this situation with the national level teams in all the regional teams there's the differential ceiling on this, like four or evidently, there's none in the World Cup. And which I found a standing because usually it's three or five so it's a steady. You get to three nothing or you go with virtual that's it. So there's no incentive to win fifteen nothing because he should they cap it. So listen. They play great. I just wish they could show sportsmanship all around, and it's not a man and woman thing, thanks so much for the call. And you kind of agree is, is there a shot clock and lacrosse, there is in college across now? It's a ninety second shot Shaq. Okay. And if the score gets above a certain number I think it's twelve the the clock just runs for the rest of the game. So, so that, yeah, exactly. And mercy rule in softball rights. Maybe in some in some levels. Let's go. Let's go back and talk immigration Jonathan's. Listen. In New York Jonathan. Hey, good morning. It's not just going to run into opposition from not only left wing media, and the Democratic Party, what hell bent on turning the country into a third world slum, but also from the Neo conservatives within the Republican party who not only dominate foreign policy. They also dominate domestic policy. You know, it's not just the new conservatives but chamber of commerce time. What do you say they want? What do you say, do you saying they kneel conservatives one chaos at the border? They definitely want a monkey coastal America. Remember that? Lefties back in the nineteen seventies. Intellectual. Norman cohorts. Leftists. And a lot of them are still committed to hell bent on changing the traditional the United States. If that was true, there's a legal way to do it. You could say the president made us. He goes used my priorities. I want I want skill labor. I want these highly intellectuals that are training at Berkeley, and Fordham in Stanford and to be able to say we want you stay here. He wants face immigration system. If the neoconservatives wanted more diversity, you could do it the legal way, right, Martha. We got plenty application. Absolutely. In fact, one of the proposals was just to, to, to not take in fewer people in terms of the number, but to take in a larger number of merit immigrants and then a slightly smaller number of families who are coming to join family members into overtime sort of change that number, we've had plenty of times in the course of our history where we closed the border where we stopped immigration over periods of time to allow the groups that were here to assimilate and get settled, and then you open it again. There's nothing wrong or inhumane, with having control over your immigration policy. I it's really a actually, I think. A humane thing when you really look at you. To have some control of the border doesn't make people who are standing in line feel ridiculous. Number one, like they're being injured or killed or raped or anything on their way across the border. All right. Lastly, mike. Online in Maryland. Mike. Good Mark mccallum's here can set for townhall tomorrow. Enter show at seven tonight. Awesome. Hey, I've been on both ends of this. I've never let my team score more than nine goals school club level out of respect for the kids, the families and everything. But I want you to think about that match. The twenty minutes left maybe we'll win and eight nail seven nil and the girls the ladies they hold back not hold back, but they just change the style of play. And it turns into a big match of keep away, so we spread the pitch. We open up. We'll just keep the ball, shake the case for a couple of minutes. And then they get deflated dejected because they can't touch the ball. So they stand. It's actually more disrespectful to the Thai. Thailand players for us to do that. Than it is to keep playing and allow the time players to keep battling and fighting against the best team in the world. Yeah. A few more times than we'd like, but guess what? It's better than having to try and catch the ball or chase the ball in a game of keep away. Keep it away. Keep the scores somewhat normal. You goal differential is going to go away. I two teams advance in a fourteen division. They're going to get out of the group will see their supposed to crush chili. That's get get to week teams you the number one seed. Thanks, Mike, Martha, you want to anything on the bench. I mean that's my thing. Put in those players. Half. Okay. So you could have easily. I don't I don't think they emptied. I don't know if they maximize their their subs. But one person would have taken out as you said a forward. Alex Moore's arrest call came off the bench. A fellow New Jersey and we're gonna come back and wrap things up. Keep in mind if you wanna seem author in person, and I get to see her in person once in a while it is great. Go to town hall at Fox News dot com for free. Tickets in Phoenix, Arizona, the it's going to be featuring Julian Castro. He's to run HUD plan, really who the on. Oh, Julia on, yes, I Cohen of Julian Castro. Is that wrong? Correct me. How dare she back in a moment? You're with.

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"gary brian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So how do you how do you digest this win knowing? They gotta play another week team chilling next and then a tough team Sweden have to that. When you have this type a scoring they're getting a lot of backlash. Well, and I think it's I think that some of that backlash is justified. I'm very thrilled for the team. It's a great victory. A great win a great way to kick off this Cup series. And we'll see how they do. And we certainly hope that they go all the way. However, just in sports, generally, I am not in favor of over celebrating. I think you celebrate at the end of the game coaching kids, I would tell them, you know, basically, obviously every goal is a great moment for you, and congratulations. It's, it's a great thing to score a goal in a game like this. But at the end, we're going to celebrate jump up and down. And I think, as you said earlier, Brian, you wanna pull out some of those star players gives some other people a chance at the end of the game just to be out there and say the say those big scores for later in the process, talking about pulling up you just talking about not scoring. Is that a problem Leslie Osborne? Thinks I'm wrong. She's on Fox Sports cut thirty eight this is part of the game. And if you're Thailand, you're not upset you're not disrespected when you plan World Cup. You know, you've been on the other side of it, this is what you live for injuring for this as part of the game. And I don't think there's any issue to actually this is historic. No one's ever won by thirteen goals before. So this is part of it. What's the highest score ever, I think it was eleven so that's too high. And as I said, before, if, if I call in, you have to call in your scores at the end of the game thirteen th the fine suspended or reprimanded. So they go well, those kids, sock, well, I mean, you want sportsmanship, and every level I don't understand what, what kind of counter argument that is Gary v m t in Burlington, Vermont. Gary. Brian. You're not wrong. Nothing score is it's one, but the biggest issue that the way they did it. My daughter played with those girls. National. Regional title, the national titles as well. Program. So we've been to a lot of this. So one of the things you learn coming through these hapless seems or teams. Way underneath you, you start to back off and start to shoot for long range. That way. Kids, are entertained fans are entertain, and you're not taking the girls out of playing hard female end of it. Do. Watch what they do. Doing things are not used to. They tend to run the problems. ACL keep playing hard but the ball into the mixer and try to win that way. The goals are scoring right. And when you do that you're going to get the garbage. If you start shooting at long range, your scores only be six or seven at most and the other thing, that's probably the worst thing about is Nick computer on a road, but where we were in this situation with the national level teams in all the regional teams the differential feeling on this four or five goal. Evidently, there's none in the World Cup. And which I found the standing because usually it's three or five so it's you get to three nothing or you go with virtual, that's it. So there's no incentive to win fifteen nothing. They cap it. So listen. They play great. I wish they could show sportsmanship all around, and it's not a man in woman thing, thanks so much for the call. And you kind of agree is. Is there shock clocking lacrosse, there is in college across now is the ninety second shot Shaq? And if the score gets above a certain number I think it's twelve the clock just runs for the rest of the game. So, so that, yeah, exactly. And mercy rule in soft bright. Maybe in some, some levels. Let's go. Let's go back and talk immigration. Jonah soussan WABC in New York. Jonathan. Good morning. It's not just going to run into severe opposition. Left wing media, and the Democratic Party, what hell bent on turning the country into a third world, but also from conservatives within the Republican party who not only dominate foreign policy. They also dominate domestic policy. It's not just the new conservative chamber of commerce time. What do you say they want? What do you say these saying that they neoconservatives one ks of the border? Definitely want a monkey. America. Remember that most of lefties back in the nineteen seventies. Intellectual Irving crystal. Former leftist and a lot of them are still committed to hell bent on changing the traditional population of the United States. If that was true, there's a legal way to do it. You could say the president made his, he goes used my party's I want, I want skill labor. I want these high intellectuals that are training at Berkeley, and Fordham Stanford and to be able to say we want you stay here. He wants to marry face immigration system. If the Neo conservatives wanted more diversity, you could do it the legal way, right, Martha. We've got plenty location. Absolutely. In fact, one of the proposals was just to, to, to not take in fewer people in terms of the number, but to take in a larger number of merit immigrant and then a slightly smaller number of families who are coming to join family members into overtime chino, sort of change that number, we've had plenty of times in the course of our history where we closed the border, where we stopped immigration over periods of time to allow the groups that we're here to assimilate and get settled, and then you open it again. There's nothing wrong or inhumane with having control over immigration policy. I it's really I actually, I think. Humane thing when you really look at, you know, to have some control of the border doesn't make people who standing in line feel ridiculous. Number one, like they're being injured or killed or raped or anything on their way across the border Leslie, Mike was online in Maryland. Mike. Good Mark mccallum's here can set for townhall tomorrow. Enter show at seven tonight. Awesome. Hey. I've been on both ends of, of never let my team score more than nine goals, high school club level out of respect for the kids and families and everything. But I want you to think about that match twenty minutes left. Maybe we'll win. Eight nail seven nil and the girls. The lady thing hold back not hold back, but they just change the style of play. It turns into a big match of keep away. Pitch. We open up when you keep the ball Thailand. Chait. A couple of minutes. And then they get deflated and dejected because they can't touch the ball. So they stand. It's actually more disrespectful to Thailand players for us to do that than it is to keep playing allow the time players to keep battling and fighting against the best team in the world. Out of the nephew, more times than we'd like, but guess what? It's better than having to try and catch the ball or chase the ball in a game of keep away. Keep it away. Keep the scores somewhat normal. You goal differential is going to go away. I two teams advance in a fourteen division. They're going to get out of the group will see this supposed to crush chili. That's get get to week teams the number one seed. Thanks, mike. Martha, you want anything? They have on the bench. I mean that's my thing. Why? But in all those players three a half. Okay. So you could've easily. I don't I don't think they emptied. I don't know if they maximize their their subs. But one person when taken out as sent a forward. Alex Moore's arrest and call came off the bench, fellow New Jersey, and we're gonna come back and wrap things up. Keep in mind if you wanna seem author in person, and I get to see re person once in a while it is great go to town hall at Fox News dot com for free tickets, free Phoenix, Arizona, the, it's going to be featuring Julian Castro. He's to run HUD, clan, really who the on. Oh, hulan. Yes, I Cohen of Julian Castro. Is that correct me? How dare she back in a moment? Your with Brian Kilmeade..

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"gary brian" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on Big Blue View

"So that is why I think the giants are so often connected to to defensive players to Quinton Williams. If he happens to fall to Josh Allen, if he happens to fall, Montas sweat. Rashawn Gary Brian burns, Devon white. Perhaps, you know, someone Ed Oliver perhaps someone in that, you know, someone out of that group of players. I think that that is where the value is at number six in terms of number seventeen. Once again, let's let's say that it's Dwayne Haskins. And let's say that that he's you know that he's ranked twentieth or twenty fifth on their draft board to take him at seventeen if they feel like he's a quarterback they could succeed with that is closer to realistic value. I don't see it as I don't see it as that much of a reach to say, oh, you know, if they didn't like this guy at six what you know. Then then why should they like him at seventeen because the value is closer to what they have on their draft board. If you know if that's the way, they want to go if they don't think the quarterback is value at six, then you take the player, you think can really impact your defense. I continue to believe I continue to think there's a strong possibility that the giants will not take a quarterback at all in the first round. Maybe they'll take one at thirty seven. Don't know. Maybe they will take someone like Daniel Jones at seventeen, but I'm not buying this argument that if he's not value at six than he's not value at seventeen. I simply don't see it that way. Alright giants fans another question that we have here comes from David freed and David wants to know. I don't see a lot of mock drafts with the giants taking a right tackle in the first round. Whereas I believe that is inevitable. What odds are you giving that the six or seventeenth pick is a hog, Molly? Well, David, let's put it this way. Haag molly's exist on both sides of the football offensive and defensive lines. I think we've established that somewhere along the way, you know, the giants will be, you know, we'll be paying a lot of attention to the defense in the two thousand nineteen NFL draft. Pretty much. We you know, it would be a surprise at this point if the the sixth overall pick is not a defensive player most likely affront, seven guy, you know, and more likely than not an edge guy or an interior linemen. You know, like a Quinton Williams. You know, an edge guy like a Montas, sweat or Brian burns as we've talked about were, Sean, Gary, you know, whoever happens to be on the board there. I think that I'm not sure that I by the fact that you know, quote, unquote, not a lot of mock drafts have the giants taking a right tackle in the first round. I think that we quite often see, you know, someone like John Taylor of Florida if he falls to seventeen mach to the giants we see Andrei Dillard of Washington state or Cody Ford of Oklahoma mocked to the giants. And I think all of those guys are realistic possibilities for the giants in the first in the first round. So would someone like like if you wanna center Garrett bradberry would be guy, you know, who would get consideration in the first round if he's there at seventeen I look at six seventeen and thirty seven and have said this before you look at quarterback you look at right? Tackle you look at pass rusher. You look at cornerback. And if you really want to you could probably throw in wide receiver as as a fifth area, but focusing on those first four. Positions. I would think that somewhere in those first thirty seven picks where the giants have six seventeen thirty seven. I think you're going to see the giants hit three of those four areas. And I think right tackle is a huge priority. So at seventeen or thirty seven I think, it's very very very possible that the pick for the giants at that point in the draft would be a guy who could slide in at right tackle. Let's take a quick break for word from our sponsors..

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"gary brian" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So make sure you're putting the right nutrients in your body get on a supplement protocol eats. Something raw at every meal, broccoli, cucumbers, tomatoes, avocado salad and watch. What happens you'll be blown away? You really well, a promise you, and if you have acid reflux heartburn burping gas, bloating, come see us, your stomach might be pushed up against your diaphragm. We need to pull the stomach down away from the diaphragm physically adjust the stomach. It really is cool when we do that and people like they want name their kids after you when you fix their stomachs. And when you take the chemical physical and emotional stress off the brain and off the prefrontal cortex it's able to start functioning more efficiently. So what's going to happen is you're gonna make better decisions? And you're going to get healthier faster. So when anger strikes, you have to stop because what happens when you're under stress, you hold your breath. What kids do they hold it throw temper tantrum and hold their breath? Sometimes they pass out. That's right. They pass out. They're gonna start breathing again. So when you're under stress ten Debretts. That alone is going to get some oxygen up into your brain. And that's going to help the prefrontal cortex and the rest of the brain reboot itself. Let's take some callers at eight four four four four. Dr Joe Neil. We make your day better. Hello, neil. Hello Neil going once going twice on neon. Put you back on hold. Right. Ronda how we make your day better. Good evening. Dr Joe, I appreciate you taking the time to enter my question where welcome. That you're promoting your your healthy, grains, and your supplements and stuff, but if someone's on a bunch of prescription medicine. Isn't it isn't it bad for the liver to take too many supplements for it to have to digest and can't some of the supplements and over the counter stuff Iraq and affect prescription medicine is if you take too much can counteract the answer is yes, but not with our supplements. Like, for example, if you take birth control pills, and you take grapefruit, and you grapefruits or drink grapefruit juice, it can weaken the strength of the birth birth control pills. So we Gary Brian you do show on that. Let's let's what do we do. Actually. I if at least at least, maybe a four five minute little, okay. Yeah. We'll do a little video clip. Maybe that's why you want to follow us on Facebook and Instagram because we do send out videos almost every day now. But yeah, but to supplements we have there's really no interaction you only concern. I would have is if you're on a blood thinner because of the supplements, we have the Super Bowl essential vitamin k in it. So if you're on a blood thinner, make sure you tell your doctor, I'm taking Dr Joe supplements that have vitamin k then they can monitor your blood and then adjust. At the medicine accordingly. The traditional thought is well, I can't take supplements because I'm on medication. No how about we altered medication because I'm on supplements. Much better way to look at it. So no, in fact, a lot of things that you can do like if you're taking a lot of medication. I usually recommend milk Thistle for a patient. Detoxify the liver. Now, we have a great milk Thistle at the office. And I got to take a little bit at a time. So if I take a teaspoon, which is the recommended dosage, I get a blazing headache because my liver detoxify so quickly. So the answer is no as long as you're taking right? The only concern I would have is if you're on blood thinners. Okay. Much. Appreciate call. All right. How we doing on time? Let's take another caller here. Neil there. You are. How can we make your day better? Can you hear me this time? Yes, sir. Go ahead. You got about three minutes. How's my favorite doctor Neil? I'm doing great, man. I see the clock. I'm they're trying to submit my question, thirty seconds or less. If I go over time, interrupt me. I'm sure you'll understand the question. I'd like to revisit last week due to constraints of time you're able to fully answer this. I think it's interesting listeners. So may I proceed quickly? All right. Real quick. Okay. So human growth hormone precursor dietary supplementation therapy has been touted as a panacea for at least thirty years for all types of pathology. I took it on a regular basis for years. It did not regret all my hair. Furthermore, we know that animal products are detrimental to health and the primary ingredient in these things is either porcine or bovine Petur, Terry, right Glanville extract. Okay. So my question is simple. How could these supplements have any safety or medical f- efficacy if growth hormones in the diet and Zeno estrogen and Andrew Cohen disruptors in the environment or so pathogenic? Well, they can't I mean glandular is do work. I'm not. I I'm a vegan. Of course, obviously you and I singing the same song here, but Landers have been proven to work in certain cases with the growth hormone. I'd rather that we start to get your adrenal glands. And you Terry gland working more efficiently to produce your own growth hormone. So that's my approach is we get the adrenals working and that helps everything else work. I'm not a big fan of taking any type of external hormones because the commercial used to say, it's not nice to fool mother nature, and I'm not a big fan of taking it's warm own. So I'm with you one hundred percent on that. So there's not a great difference between the growth hormones. We find it a diet and supplements. Correct. They both can be dangerous. They both can be dangerous. Absolutely. Yep. Ten more seconds to help to help you with a couple of quick tips. I'm gonna have to put got to put you on hold. And we gotta go to the break. Okay. Hold on, folks..

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"gary brian" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

14:10 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"They'll tell you how to do that. And then also you have all kinds of things like pick your own term loan where you can pick. Whatever term you want. You don't have to go back to thirty to get a low rate three three eight six seven seven thousand ideal hormones dot com. Aren't. So let's talk. Greg says stem cell fraud. His grandson went his grandson. It's a little different in this one in this one. Greg is saying they promised to do things. They can't do. So it seems like they extracted stem cells from him. The grandson. So they didn't have them shipped in. So I want to go over with Greg. I I want to go over what constitutes legit stem cell therapy in order to have living stem cell therapy under current law. You have to extract at the time of injection. They won't you can't condense them enough to keep them alive. To Shipman you can't condense enough to keep them alive for days. So you have to extract and do it at the same time or within however, many hours. Now, here's the deal. Not only is extraction at the point of delivery necessary. You also must do guided injections needles without guidance. They're useless because you have to get that close systemic stem cells don't work and neither do general joint injections. So you have to do it specifically, and you have to do it the right way. Now, the other thing is when you do stem cell therapy. There are never guarantees by legit providers. So Greg, let's just talk about this. You said they extracted stem cells. Did they use guidance when they did the injections? I can't answer tonight. You're upset because you feel they lead them on exactly. And a lot of people. And there's like a Facebook group for these type of people. They're all these phonies are all over the place. But you know, what there's a difference between a phony and someone saying, well, it didn't work. I mean, even centennial Scholz who are the premier providers, he invented he literally was the first one to do stem cell therapy in a clinical setting, and even he says, it's not gonna work all the time. And you know, you can't go to him and say, hey, you cheated us. But what he won't do is say, oh, yes, we can grow brain cells. That was my issue. Big issue is is and at one point I called them to try and get something out of say, are you claiming that you can do that? They they, of course, not everything works every time. Okay. Well, listen, listen. And we don't guarantee any results. Then how do you feel that it's fraudulent because they said there has been market improvement of brain cell. Restoration from stem cell treatment, and you can disprove that statement. I I never found anything took support it. Okay. I don't think you have a case. I don't think I have a case. I just want to. I mean, I'm not giving you a legal opinion. I'm just saying this is just a case of exaggerated BS. However, you know, you could have a case if you could prove that there was fraud in the inducement, meaning they lie to you to get you to get the treatment or your grandson that they lied to the family. And that's the only reason the family did it, and I would do it in small claims court. I would I would just go after him. Anyway, I would just go after him for seventy five hundred dollars. And I'd say here's the deal. They lied to us. And then I I gather emails and just see what a judge says is this place still in business. Yes. What's the name? I don't have it right here in my Email. We'll get that information. I think I think small claims court would be a pain in the ass for form. And you should do it Gary. Yes. What's going on buddy? What's going on with your ninety five year old mom? Yeah. She was in the post office tripped? Over a vacuum cleaner power cord broker knee cop most of the fall with their face and. They made the statement while they were there that they would take care of medical bills will now we're talking about having her go to you no longer term care at the tune of about four thousand a month. Gary, Gary, there's a post office. No, probably not. It's a federal agency. It's a government agency. Probably not and that how I don't know though. And again, this is not legal information. But in general municipalities are immune. Yeah. And there are municipality, but. They might have insurance. Here's the other thing. Even if it was a private party, you understand that damages are calculated on what it what it resulted in. If you're ninety five. You know, and they she has to go to assisted living. You can't attribute all of that to that one fall. Right. Okay. You know what? I mean. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. And you can't however you do get victims as you find them. There's a Latin term for it. You take him as you as you get them. In other words, it's it's the egg shell the what's called the eggshell theory or eggshell. Here's how it goes. If you are. If you have a condition where your your head is vulnerable and any blow to your head can be severe damage to your brain. Because it's brittle and you're in a car accident. You can't use as a defense. Well, come on under normal circumstances. A person wouldn't even be injured. I think the shelf theory. I think it's Bs, and I think people shouldn't be blamed if they're a minor. Fender bender with someone who happens to be injured already. But the law has has ruled in the past that it doesn't matter. What condition the victims in? If you hurt someone you deserve. What comes with it? So you could use some of that for your ninety five year old. But that it doesn't get ridiculous. In other words, you know, I mean people can make a, you know, well, this happened. And then that happened. Therefore, you have to take care of my mom, my mom for the rest of her life. It's just not going to happen over tripping over an electrical cord, I don't think. But I don't think you will find anyone anyone at all to even touch the case because of it because there's not a lot of money for ninety five year old victims. It's just the way it is. So again, you heard me talk about small claims court. I don't think you can even sue though Mark in small claims court. You can't sue municipality. Can you know, you gotta ask generally speaking. I think you have to ask permission to sue them in his ballot. I don't know how that works. Yeah. You know? I think it's just you know, one of those things, but she has social security right now does Medicare work. Well, she's got Kaiser I don't know what that means is that's a supplemental for it might be. I think she has what does that call where you let someone take over your social security, and they provide everything and and the premiums go to them. I think listen, here's the deal. What are you trying to accomplish us go at it that way? I just want her to be able to get the care that she was she living alone totally on her own. She's lived there by yourself for twenty years. She wants to go home, but even the rehab, physical therapy occupational therapy. And you know, they don't and they're going to do surgery on her knees. So this is probably at least what the good valves, and she has good health and ninety five I mean, she's not on any medication. No oxygen. But. Guy next month to a year recovery and that in long-term in. You're not going to get them to pay for that. Yeah. I mean, you can ask him ask him. Yeah. I would like to ask fuller. If he's around a question on this. So you can listen, Gary. Brian you bring up a good point here something I've never been asked before Brian. So you're eligible for lunch because whenever whenever people ask something that's never been asked before I offer him lunch. So what is it ask your question? Hey, tom. Thanks. Actually, arkansas. So it might be a difficult to lunch. Come on, man. Come on come down and get you. Okay. Go ahead. Hey wednesday. You you talked about it freezes, and I have my credit frozen and my wife credit frozen. But. But up minors lent him credit torch, actually created for somebody. You know, I've got a seventeen that's a really good. That's a really good question. I really is. I think credit reports are created. At your first instance of credit. I think do you have something to say in the cases of cases where people are using my deputy theft, whether using the identity of minors in creating credit. Yes. So then it's created. I don't see any other way a credit file could be created. I don't see any other way. So is there any way to put a freeze on anything? So that they couldn't be used for illegal transactions like that. Okay. In other words, how do you prevent someone from using your kids identity to establish an ID, and you do it ahead of time. Very good question. Like, for example, my kid. Here's his name. And if anyone tries, yeah, I don't know with his social number actually that would be you know, what that's a brilliant idea. And I'll tell you why. If automatically children who get issued social security numbers if they automatically. Were entered into this where they could not get credit until the year of their eighteenth birthday and any attempts to get credit for them beforehand would be triggered what a brilliant idea. It's something that it's something that the credit reporting agencies would have to do. On my daughter's about to graduate high school with that. If she hasn't foes in credit report without impacting anything with college applications, or do they do any credit searches that way as well? No. I don't think. So I think it's no, I I don't think credit enters into college entrance. But even if it did what you're saying is put a credit freeze on a kid. But don't you agree that it would be wonderful. If all kids, I mean, they know the existence of a child because you get a social as soon as a kid gets a social and his age is entered. The computer keeps track of that till eighteen and no credit will be issued. It will automatically come back. So if somebody used John Smith or Joey Smith, that's a little boy named Joey. And and it's a one two three four five six seven eight nine ten, social or whatever it is. Then then it comes back. Ineligible. And then it's triggered like, no one could use a minor anymore. I think it's brilliant. I in fact, how would we get that instituted? It's we have the technology right now to do it that every kid put in there. And you know, here's another thing, Brian if it's not instituted it would be something for someone to institute where parents can call and we keep track. I don't know we got to figure this out. I loved the idea. I love it. What a good idea. Thanks. I appreciate it. I don't think I don't think there's anything like it. If you find out more, please call us, and what is your connection to Colorado if any? You. Did. You stumble across us. For years. Tom back when you were WABC. Yeah. About four years ago. So were you were you living in New York? No, no, actually, I was living in Houston. And I was on KTAR h in Houston. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. We had a great show. Yep. We'll thank you. I appreciate you're still listening. If you ever get close, Suzanne if he ever gets close to Colorado, you tell him we want to see him here in the studio. He listened to me when I was on WABC in New York and KTAR h in Houston. Yep. I was almost famous as they say three zero three seven one three eight two five five who do I love? You know, what I love people that do great jobs, and that's one of the things. 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"gary brian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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12:34 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Before was calling about the second baseman. Look there are some. I mean, we didn't mention Ozzy Albee's before. So DJ LeMay us another one. I mean, you could put Dee Gordon there if you and been back and forth the outfield Mary field scooter Jeanette, I don't know if you mentioned him. But here's the point that catcher is much more valuable than second basis. I'm an simple as that you could talk about an numbers. So the rest of the second basement, and yeah, I mean Robertson Cano outside of the PD us is a hall of Famer nobody's arguing that. It's just you're getting a guy who has already put in his hall of fame resume. He's now thirty six at some point. May not be this year. Maybe it's not next year at some point. He is going to fall off. I mean, unless he continues to Jews did not get caught away. Barry Bonds, did the performance is going to fall off as you get older. Now, if he plays well for the next two years matter for the Mets, but anyway to his point about the lack of a second amazement, I can understand that you can't say that it's more valuable than catching. I mean, you've got gotta find a good catcher. There aren't any. You look at the list. There aren't any great catchers in major league baseball JT. Royal Muto is one he's under control. He's in his prime. You got to go out there and do whatever it takes again. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we'll do some next off. If you want to get in some football do that as well before we say goodbye, five forty to warm up show, Jerry Recco. And Al dukes going to be nice to see those guys obviously before boomer and geo hit the airwaves. Let's get back to the calls. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Tommy is in Manhattan. What's up, Tommy? Family. Lucinda personality hoping. We appreciate that drive off in your city. Here now. Tommy yeoman's work right there. Love it. I've been waiting and hoping. What helped Yankees antibiotics 'cause I'm only Yankee fan by heart food. The off season. You know, a inter League World Series. Yeah. So I was taking probably get blasted. Gary Sanchez and Bert. For. Now why you're in the ballpark? I don't think it's the worst trait ever heard. Now, they're not gonna do that the Mets Yankees won't make a trade of that magnitude, at least, I wouldn't think. So, but I think it's at least fair I mean, if the Mets are gonna treat Noah, Syndergaard, they should be getting somebody something back like Gary Sanchez, you take bird to boot you take a fire on him fills two positions right there catcher. And I basically Yankees get their young controllable as so on paper. Yes, it's fair trade. Tommy, I just don't think in reality. It would ever happen. They don't like to train especially that type of trade. I mean, it's one thing if you're trading fringe players, but in this particular case your trading. I mean, you know, you can't do that Yankees trading. Their star catcher who by the way. Gary Brian Cashman says Gary Sanchez not going to be available. I mean, Gary Sanchez is going to be there a catcher. So there was rumor floated out there, I think it was last week or so that maybe the Yanks look to acquire real Muto forty Sanchez, which by the way, I think would be an upgrade, I think the Yanks would be smart to do that. But I understand why you would have reservations about that. I'm saying these be smart to do that coming off a year where Sanchez hit under two hundred Sanchez was terrible. I mean, you know, about the past balls in the lack of defense, and that's always been the MO anyway. But he had a an extraordinary. Poor year or an extraordinarily poor year. And. Oh, as as I mentioned solid you be trading in for a veteran guy real Muto young catcher in his prime under control free copy. Here's an all-star himself d better defensive player by far you're going to lose a little bit offensively, but not much you lose power. But the eggs have enough. I think that'll be a great trade for the keys. But anyway, Sanchez Cashman shot that down Sanchez not going anywhere. Even for real Muto. But that bad Tommy, look you've been listening to the station a long time you've heard some awful traits. We've heard we've heard you're driving around listening to the station or whatever doing shows you hear them. All there are some brutal trades that people actually believe can happen. This one was not that bad. This was a good match on paper. Dan in Connecticut. What's up, Dan? Hey, how are you? I'm okay. What's up, Dan? I haven't ever heard you on the other side of the glass. Yeah. It's rare. I mean, this is now my third stint here. But it's been most of my time. Here has been behind the glass or on the other side, I should say, but it's an honor and pleasure to be back on this side. I wanna talk about playing catcher I'm pushing my dad played catcher for Columbia University. Way back when and he was the captain of the Columbia baseball team will raise the captain of the Columbia soccer team. I played catcher at Cornell. How do you go to Cornell after your dad wanted to Columbia? Well, he didn't like it. But of course, you know, what he always said this one thing to me if you play catcher year in every play, and it's absolutely true. It's absolutely true. If you play catcher, right? So the replay valuable position that's the point him assuming you're trying to make right? I mean, and the Mets have not had a good catcher in many many many years. I mean, if you go Gary Carter around we gotta get real motel. He's he's here. I think every position player. I'm sorry to interrupt. You every position player on our team is tradable. We don't have like all time all stars. You know, Conforto isn't one just get real mode. And and I'll listen to your opinion. How far back did your dad? Go. Did he did he play with Garrick? He he fought in World War Two twice decorated. World War, Two purple heart. Yeah, I'm just trying to think of the years in my head. I know Lou Gehrig, obviously was a Columbia grad. And then you said your dad, your sixty. So I'm assuming they know. No, no. He's not quite that. Yeah. He was he was the backstop. He was the backstop. He's got a good baseball program. Anyway. I I gotta tell you something he's been gone a long time. Like, I said, I'm pushing sixty but I miss him every day. I'm sure you do. I don't think that's anything over thanks for the call. Dan. You just somehow have to learn to live with it. But on a brighter note. Let's transition a JT Muto. Look, I think. Yeah. I think it's important for the Mets to go out and get them. I think the Mets need to do. I don't wanna say whatever it takes because I don't think you should ever be put in a scenario where your overextending yourself. I don't think I would give up Conforto. No, should they have to real Muto could be gotten more should be able to be gotten four zero enema if not just one maybe is Rosario, plus lower level arms or something like that. What was the Mets traded another prospect along with Dario, then you can hold on a nemo if you could get real Muto with only giving up one of those guys that then it's a no brainer. Then you have to do it. The question becomes would you give up resort real enema? I don't think you give up Conforto. But if you could give up Nimmo and a couple of prospects. Maybe I don't know if you want to give him up or not. But or Jimenez for that matter, maybe you do that. Maybe you rather do that. Then give up Rosario. But if if it came down to it, I think the Mets got to do whatever it takes to get real just said, I wasn't going to say that. I hate myself. The Mets got do close to whatever it takes to get real Muto. If it means Rosario nemo that you do Jack in queens. What's up, Jack? Hello, sal. Hello, jack. So I'd like to know the fans the people in the stands the fan reaction. The first time canal hits the slow ground at a second love to first base. No, you know, what they'll be doing? They'll be calling summers or my whatever and boomer and geo and ribbit them to shreds now. And what's that watch make to make me believe that canot all of a sudden what start hustling if a career of not he's not he's not gonna he's a hustler? I mean that's not as game. Will you hope is that he hits three twenty and it's twenty five homers jobs in ninety to one hundred runs. That's what you hope forget about the hustle part. Well, I mean, Pete Rose just a hassle to first base. I understand that. But I mean Robinson does not Pete Rose last Jack you quite the opposite in re in regards to hustling. Well, I just hope. This works out. Because Jack, here's a point. I'm thinking Canova's damaged goods will that's a better argument than the lack of hustle look says, but it's doesn't hustle either. All the time, but he was an impact player when healthy for the Mets. He took him to the World Series in two thousand fifteen. You need to hustle to be a good baseball player. Would you prefer somebody to hustle? Sure. You would. But damaged goods is a different story. A guy who's had his best years ago was coming off an eighty game PD suspension. Yeah. Those are big problems. Thirty six years of age has his whole fame resume in the books. Eighty game suspension last year. No D H to get him some rest, those to me would be alarming factors, and then you throw on top of it likes to party. The nightlife in New York City. That's why missed it here in the first place. You should have never left all those things. I would just I have reservations, I'm not sitting here saying, oh, you know, why Robby can oh baby. Pencil, man. Best second baseman in baseball. Three hundred twenty five to thirty homers hundred rabies why not salaries donate every other year? Doesn't mean he's going to do it. Again, Pat in the Bronx what's up at. Hey, thanks for me companies out. No, thank you for keeping your work on this. And why you're very knowledgeable. Thank you, Pat. Now as far as Canoas concerned that we've had people come up PD suspensions on perform. I mean, eras an example. I mean, he didn't perform to the level. He did when he was performed into as far as didn't. He. I have to go back and check look a numbers. But he was not the same player that he was look eight rob was on the Jews probably the majority of his career. Right. And then with those guys how do you know, what's real? How do you know? What's not? I don't know the answer to it. Maybe he was using. And he just didn't get caught. I'm not I don't know one hundred percent by the time. You got a year suspension? They were testing him pretty regularly. I honestly don't know there's supposed to be random, aren't they? Where they're supposed to be random. But I mean, you know, snip not not with a, wink, wink. You know? Here's what I do know. And tell me if you disagree with this or not that baseball players really any athletes for that matter as they get older, especially after the age of thirty five their performance generally goes on the decline is that fair to say. That's fair. But we have had baseball players perform, you know, Nolan. Ryan was really working hard in his mid forty different to with a pitcher though, when you're comparing and you're right Nolan Ryan's a great example. But it's a little different with a pitcher. If you look to me like in my lifetime. There was a period, you know, the two thousand there was a period where guys were getting monster contracts and each thirty seven thirty eight thirty I mean guys are playing well and those were getting better with age because of the Jews where the Yankees will have to deal with that with Stanton, multi. Here's a-rod a-rod in two thousand eight at the age of where we look in here for the age.

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"gary brian" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With with the stock market still way higher than it was when he took office, and so on I don't think people think this is an emergency. By the way, the markets up about three hundred percent through excuse me about three hundred points. Gary in Pennsylvania. Hey, gary. Brian. Privilege to talk to I've been on hold for over an hour. I want you to know you're talking to a sixty five year old democrat, Brian, but I try to take politics out of out of the equation. And that's why I love about you you too. I want to ask him Brian. I don't know if it's the media versus the message, but I'm recovering from surgery. I've watched all the C-SPAN debates, Brian I really try to be involved. It'd be uneducated voter I look at these racism. Ronda Dylan, Rick Scott at Bill Nelson. Christie sally. And I say this is a number credit when I take a look at the Republican candidates, especially to satisfy the mkx Sally, a combat pilot, for God's sakes. Opponent, or in some cases, really poor court candidates are socialist. So beside myself, even within the Dada racist. When I take a look at it, not just the Senate, but the governor's race it about applying nationally. I really look at these things. Here's what the media is the message because in some instances, I've seen this is a democrat. The democratic candidates are not the best. I don't see any reason why Republicans should not be I had more. So is it the message Brian? Thank you so much. Yeah. Zeke healthcare matters a lot. I'm sorry. You're going through your health challenge. But it sounds like you coming out of it. I look at Scott. And I just that's way against service, you make your money, and then you want to give back and you look what he's done. He's had over there. He's not trying to be the next. Rush Limbaugh, just trying to be effective and he brought twenty million jobs. He's recruiting companies around four Florida and he's gave a given everyone a rainy day fund. So if you want to come in sack and do a better job and education. All right. If you want to say that I could do a better job on the red tide. Okay. But you see what Gillam is add was. Is saying he's going to do about. Rick Scott's position as he runs for Senate. This guy wants to property taxes. He wants to make Florida a sanctuary state this guy. No longer doesn't understand if Florida's attractive because of the tax situation as well. As the weather. He's going to have Medicare for all which is unsustainable. And when people say the numbers don't end up because I'm gonna get other states to participate. Really, I try to convince your staff your state house and then try to get other states to participate because what you've done such a great job in Tallahassee or such a great job while under FBI investigation. I don't know what the people afford are thinking this is not Charlie Crist who's moderated maybe not conservative enough for some were liberal enough for others. This is stark Gillam is extremely talented charismatic, obviously, he's got a lot going for him. But in just pure policy, Florida changes dramatically, if he's able to implement some of the stuff we also Martha mcsally, I don't get Arizona. This is a woman in the metoo movement is the first fighter piloted front. Who's phone combat missions who's outworked her opponent whose opponents of own biography is huge holes in it? And who's chief of staff was caught on camera saying that she's only pretending to be moderate on issues that she's really a liberal. I what else do you want is if Martha mcsally is scripting or opponent, but they just did a poll, and it's big Sally trailing. Unbelievable. I know we got a lot of Arizona listeners. I want to hear from you. Tell me what a missing we're gonna come back and take your calls, then call Rove's sheds more light on this operation. Republicans and Democrats as he has a Wall Street Journal com coming out tomorrow, you listen to the Brian Kilmeade show, giving you everything you need to know..

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"gary brian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The line and a half point favorites. I understand that. But I mean, it's time now but his team to step up. And look, let's be do you want me to go over the last four games that they've won? And then what happened after those games? All right. So what are we talking about a huge statement? You know? Thank you. From what you're talking about. Colts beating the. At the medicine. This matter really impersonating Costello. Wow. I can't say that. Sorry. It will be a step in the right direction. If they can win this game. You know? What after Detroit. Apologize for calling you met her. That was wrong. You're right. That was a low blow, and you don't deserve that. I appreciate there you go. Let me but come on. I mean seriously. I. No, saying LeBron misinterpreting this you're taking it is. We're saying it's a layup. We're seeing that the jets have got to show off their fans and everyone watching something and that's putting back to back wins together. Exactly in your old building as a favorite against a team. That's missing their number one receiver bio model that's one in four. Yes. What? In overtime. Allows losing. All the time is not acceptable. You have to win this game win the football game. That's it. That's right. If they lose his game. I I'm telling you the coach be escorted out of the building right after the game right after the game. I don't see it the same way. We're just starting to show up. They have to play a game. They can't come out flat. Again, they scored one touchdown in the first quarter of this year. They got to come out and show something by just don't think you're saying. Because we're talking to Brian Costello. What happened because when the crow well celebration occurred, and then he took the endorsement deal. I look at it and said, you know, if I'm the coach of this team, I put my foot down because it kind of showed disrespect was something said because I gotta give Crowell credit. He had the game of his life when he was running with. I think both said something to give both credit for that. Because I need balls gotten his face. Both talked to him. Couldn't really do much off the field endorsements and he's taking at night. You didn't. Case need for two hundred yards. But you know, I it was clearly he was motivated. I don't know if he was motivated by that stuff and. Tonight with blocking two huge holes for him. But that was unbelievable after the week before you have you yards rushing down that. So I don't know. I figure out every week. Now, he not practicing. He's out there without a helmet. When we were there say Al has an ankle injury. Wrath on the ankle or food or anything like that? So it doesn't look like nature, but she. How's Andre Roberts, by the way? 'cause I sorta he was limited. I think. He didn't practice yesterday the elbow injuries. Remember, he missed out one hundred. Let me tell you something that ball was never caught and Fisher was blue dot call to be honest. He's obviously these problems, you know, going back to. So they'll be in trouble. If I can't go on I didn't really notice 'cause watching they weren't doing returns. Later to see what he was able to do today. But he's been huge addition for another great. It's been great believable jets actually have time. It is. It is unbelievable. Average four yards upon return last year. Yeah. Yeah. He's he's got one touchdown already too. Yeah. You've number one the league right now. Is he number one in poverty? He's he's been good player. And it's good to see Leonard Williams, planned Williams. Oh my God. It's about me. And you. Made a good point outside of Johnson who stuck wasted the money on his guy pretty much everybody else that they have signed knowing crawl. Well, you know, this guy Anderson I found. Yeah. Andre roberts. These guys have been these guys have been big factor self every Williamson. I'm sorry. It's right now. Great guys have really been pretty good that that McCain inside. Yeah. Now, you got a good off. Jonah says the big ticket and the jury out of him. He hasn't played great beginning. But that's a long long way from. But he, but the other guys in this kind of shown in his time gym, he's very good at these sort of under the radar signing. The second time. He's very good at finding that the big songs that don't really go for him usually draft picks, obviously nothing down. So, but he he did a really good job the trade for Henry Anderson, traffic and has worked out really, well that guy's huge impact you mentioned Williamson and obviously the huge game on Sunday. Now, why am I don't blame you for predicting it because I thought going into week two they were gonna lose the dolphins. I had a feeling about. But what gives you bad feeling about? This team is game. Again, is that why? Now, I really feel it. I just don't like the shop. Missing. Injury luck who seems to how. Something here in the last couple of weeks as recaptured his former. I can't four hundred yards for Texas. I think too easy close to us. I just think it's a bad match up in terms of that. I I remember what this guy did it even a couple of years ago. I think he's gonna have a big day, and they're gonna have trouble with that. Offensively. I just don't think you can sustain. Like that to me is was a fluky game. It was great. I give them credit. I'm not taking from them. You can't count on seventy touchdowns every week. Drives together in that game. Well, look, I don't expect that the rush for three three hundred twenty three yards. And again, I mean, I like you said I don't expect to seventy plus your touchdowns. I I understand that. But I just look at this this based on the history that this has been from this football team under this coach this is again, I'm Todd Bowles. I mean, I I look at this. I got to win this game. I got to win. They gave no question. Not even. Here. You know, what I mean surely talking about having three games at home though to in one go. I wanna talk. I'm saying I'm saying because you know, what I'm gonna lose. Bears in Chicago losing that game. Game. And yeah, we talked about last week. Title guess wins right here. And they did it on Sunday and ver- maybe they can keep it going to get a win streak going here. What you record picking picking up two and three. In the wind was off of the game. They didn't make sure you don't pick them to win. But you ready say. Yeah. Brown. We preside. Because you know, I love you Brian. I really do. I I will never again, it confuse you with meta. Okay. I appreciate it. I never will. I do that again. All right. All right. Thank you, Gary Brian Costello..

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"gary brian" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Brassica wins the toss called tails tails that came up they'll take the ball. I instead of deferring any idea on that day and they want to get their offense the quarterback Adrian Martinez. I think it tells you a little something about what Scott frost thinks about his true freshman quarterback. Keep in mind. Adrian Martinez is still eighteen years old. He didn't play last week because of a banged up knee that he suffered with about three and a half minutes left in their opener against Colorado. He's wearing a brace on that. Right knee today. But I'm telling you solving that speaks volume about what the Nebraska head coach thinks about his young freshman, kid, all adolescent, whatever he is. Yes. He is. I tell you something else. Jim you and I've talked about this. He's as good looking a young quarterback is I have seen in many many years. Absolutely. He's gonna be handful for the wolverine defense. Let's go to our starting lineup which is brought to you by rude. Upfront for Michigan. Rashawn, Gary, Brian, Monet, Michael bloom, foreign chasing Winnipeg. But we'll see Kyle Aubrey sounding Reuben Jones Aidan Hutchinson and quickly paying they're also linebackers Devin Bush, Devin Gillan offer Bush along with Josh Gucci. We'll see Josh Ross. Also now in the viper position. That's that hybrid position the Khaliq Hudson normally plays Khaliq has to sit out the first half of this game because of a targeting Paul last week. So Hudson will not play in the first half. We expect to see Jordan Glasgow at corners, David long and liberty hill at safeties Josh Mattel's entirely kennel. Philly cuts isn't even allowed on the field. He's gotta remain in the Michigan locker room the entire. Staff. Now, I'm sure he'll be marked in front of a TV monitor trying to gather as much information as you can. But not even allowed on the sideline to participate in the defensive calls are starting lineup was brought to you by rude. Rely on route Jacob boody kicks enough to JD Spielman, and it will be over his head to the back of the end zone. In Nebraska will open up going right to left across your radio. Dial from the twenty five after the touchback, I think it's pretty apparent Jim Scott frost thinks that his offense with this freshman quarterback could go right down the field and silence. The hundred ten thousand people here in Michigan stadium. That's his plan. Let's see if they could make it happen. Well, it's camp and Monet opening up inside for Michigan and Gary outside and we've got a shotgun formation. And it is Martinez who gets the start. He sends one man in motion. He's in the shotgun gets the. The snap gives it to his running back would've which brings him down at the twenty.

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"gary brian" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Tours, he just impersonated Stephen Feldman for two seconds and then was like fucking on about. Poli Quinn at notice to go past, hey, guys, and if you're right, it's more like, hey, guys, it's me that's the opening that's guys. Job. I'm have my skin and half kindle Smith Rodriguez. No, we missed that one. What's the joke that joke is that I deserve. As he really is my son. Isn't that strange because like you have jokes about how you dad right now a meal, and then you rain out Stephen, I know the chain, the abuse becomes the abuser cats. You know, Gary, Brian. Brian earlier showed it to me on this show if that makes sense. Like I was in the room, but I don't even remember it. Oh, boy, blue and the man on the moon. Something else at the time that don't know when we'll get together, then. Now you've heard the song. The moral of the story is adopted. A little man named Gary Dorsey. Don't abandon him. Okay, he needs you need to help them out fluids, Gary, fuck, fuck him up. Gary. Are we gonna give. Vice to this guy because I'm like. Right? Don't marry someone that's fifteen. And if he's really into any sort of fantasy or whatever, just realized that this is a possibility. Also you could just pull the veto card and be like, fuck you. He's not coming out of your genitals, so I get to name him. That's that's what I would do if I had to push baby out of my my, my penis, there's no way I would let my wife name it. There's no way going through that degree of pain. And then I get to pick the name or I'm like, fuck you, bitch, I'm picking the name. No, that ain't cool. Yeah, I'm with you one hundred percent of the penis though. That's a smaller hole. I think we should get more right to choose what he eats. You don't get nothing. You have to change all the diapers. Thinking if it comes out of my win whole, right? Even if I have a kidney stone, I should get all those privileges. Yeah, I got to feed the baby today. The milk. Twelve years ago feeding. Man struggle. This is geez, we, as this is the. You don't know what we go through. You don't understand we ever pass the kidney. Can ladies do that. Yeah. Shit that kills our whole thing. What guys do have you ever been racked? That's the only thing I can think of. That's even kind of. But even those short boop punch was the same thing when I heard that when you get hit in the balls, your balls, send the pain up to your brain at two hundred and thirty six miles an hour, and then your brain since that signal bag like your brain let your balls. No, that they hurt at two miles an hour. So that's why you feel in your stomach, no hitting the balls and then then hit you to like a second later. Okay, so it's like you've got a runner that's at your balls, right? And he gets kicked in the nuts and he like, runs all the way up to your brain is fast as fastest can kind of worn out by the time. He hits your stomach on the way back down and he pulls over to just take out from the from the brain bag. It's two miles. He ran it to thirty six to get there, and then he got there. And he was like, wow, I don't really wanna leave here, but if I have to and I'm going to do it really slow because those balls. Are low hanging. There's a really good pre-algebra word problem in there about runner is running from your nut sack up to your brain two hundred and thirty six miles an hour and another one is running down two miles an hour. At what point along the line will they meet the very close to the brain. I'm gonna, say smart one inch outside of the brain, one millimeter outside of the bright, not my thing. Is that like. Hardly measure this mph thing. What they measure it in MRI machines or like little those little like things..

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"gary brian" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Watched that match against mexico germany still amazing like they had a lot of opportunities they when you watch them play their or such a fascinating soccer country because they never have kind of the biggest biggest stars but they just seem to play a team like no other i don't know how they do it they're just fascinating to watch and they win they always win so that mexican lost withstanding i think they've got a great chance but the team i think everybody should look out for well there's two there's weirdly enough belgium yeah golden generation they're calling it good has the debris and and lecarr is unbelievable he's race he they're good he lukaku is a much pressure put himself in position to score better than i think anybody like harry kane has like a nose for scoring in a way see rinaldi too but the cock and put himself in position to score so if he can just get the service people can just get in him i really do believe that he he literally on any touch until score at least one goal yeah they look great and the other team and again they always are in there and you're like is this really get soccer country 'cause they seem indifferent half the time but france yes has great young players and haag a great defender maybe one of the best in the world unto while yeah they're awesome team opening is like one of the best young person that to me the fun thing about the world cup is every team has one or two guys he plays for man said he plays like you forget how great these these countries are i will say one thing though the best news the commend last week ahead of the world cup was guys i forget about nafta canada mexico trump how is trump gonna fuck it up and undo that but he might know but the truth matter is like sixty games in the united states ten games in canada ten games in mexico it's going to be a big event a huge event for everybody so massive in and it'll go from thirty two teams this year to forty eight i believe in twenty twenty six when cannon usa mexico hosted so they'll be you know affect the thing that big question now is will they allow all three teams to just be in as the host country right that's what they're debating they haven't they haven't actually decided that yet it seems like they probably will be landing is so on the united states will will probably make a forty eight team field okay they would canada do it and that's rely would say probably not candida made the world cup once in nineteen eighty six and they lost all three matches the year diego maradonna won the world cup in mexico and eighty hand of god goal and and so not a strong soccer nation so but it gives against the gives canada something to strive for so we'll see we'll see how it goes i love it jay thank you so much for joining us on the show it is we for ever do we could just do a blues podcast just staff just on the staff go back in time under just a twenty five minutes longer gary brian sarre shattuck ground shy jackpot good stick handler all right mike lee could you very important larry wayne babbitt ed's denounce key backup goalie.

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"gary brian" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Without having to stop by the mom's house i guarantee them live somewhere between the peer in the cod center but out of the way several hundred miles out of the way but that guy's not gonna stop until you veer off and head somewhere deep into the carolinas yeah you're going you and then once you get there it's not a hit and run situation she's put some lasagna she put up a pot of coffee karma anywhere yeah i'm looking for i'm looking out for you anyway was that over four all things so smart sorry sorry the rules of the littles next time the hypothetical road trip came for larry look gary gary brian play the one that says congratulations larry was big win a lot of dust on it hasn't played in quite some time but not in the computer you have to look for one hundred might be like on the clouds there i'm sure it exists somewhere i'm sure they built it we don't just have the one that's a sorry better luck next oh no say wanted when we root for him cheer for more chilling rules are rules dawson built one that says sorry larry mean derelict y'all how i hate you all all right let me tell you about legalzoom over here turns are expensive it's funny i was doing this with work era gates and it says three hundred bucks an hour but may run a little group on remind me tell you where he's off to by the way a little insight capper nick.

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"gary brian" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

WXAV 88.3 FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

"Has nothing to do with actual human communication right it's very true it's if that really a lonely profession or anything but it's why are you not a whole lot of communication even though that issue job january mireles of you who do you see yourselves a telephone operator for the rest of your life no no no no never never i did not become a career telephone operator my name is sharon gregan's back in nineteen seventy two i was a telephone operator instead circles working you i really remember working there very vividly and i don't know maybe that job helped me develop a keener ear four uh what people need in what people want i think i became a really good listener but let's get real i don't think there's much room in the work of a telephone operator i think about some poor person at the end of that line who's sitting in a cubicle somewhere saying the same things taking down the same numbers for eight hours a day you know automation is great in today's world but it's hard to automate everybody's wishes and once i mean we've all had those situations where all you want to do is talk to somebody and all you have is a list of menu options i still tell my kids just always zero if you're a machine that replace you when these i'll share share have to be some machine now because the people knew how finally they talked how how badly they pronunciation how hard it is to understand of people a machine him a hard time telephone switchboard operator sharon greg ans be by stead struggle if you pick up a copy of the book sharon appears under the pseudonym heather lam she's now the director of communications at the seattle public library foundation studs didn't just ask people to describe with living he asked them how they felt about with boring monotonous work i don't give way but he says it was boring a monotonous to work on an assembly line that's gary brynner he was twenty nine months debts interviewed him an auto factory in ohio i am somewhere between youngstownwarren ohio send us trivia stephen automobiles talk in a gary brian her k brian or as.

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"gary brian" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on Bigmouth

"The relationships between the women in machine communities at sitcom the way in the first episode she's she's gone on a match drunken texting sprayed with her exboyfriend and how best friend just unquestioningly covers up for and makes the icao flip totally metal doughty is what girls would day that is the left as koeman's on again delay friends fema friends are do they would be no you wouldn't shaft your friend you wouldn't make elects do you paid epa that's what would happen in most sitcoms but in in fact him anti you would do what have friend days and that italy and says and you still occur again other than just goes it's like it's i thought i mean obviously this world is quite far away from my well by just thought i tell believe this i think i know people who earn although his quote forward from our world being khanna in the two two decades for the roman on the journey it does ring true no matter what gender you are the you know when you're in your 30s you don't really know was going on and you do for up and you do kind of like you have mixing days and stuff because you kind of still trying to figure out how to behave and how to counter by israel about the guy had never seen friends you had yet it's a very amazed smelly cats thought pilot mentioned earlier is still on more ford yeah i watched there and it's much more basic and it kind of less sophisticated there's got a dot is that there is in in the screen vision by encourage you to watch it for an absolutely excellent worldclass brian harvey baked potato chip schering's mina michael lawrence lau considering actual rail brian harvey whose you appears pilot arrive gary brian how ryan hi maggie baked between has got in my estimation so brian harvey if you're listening we salute if you're okay of pulling a little bit as well yes that sort of falling over an economy sca that sort of nobility of.

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"gary brian" Discussed on Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on Radio Diaries

"But let's get real i don't think there's much romance in the work of a telephone operator i think about some poor person at the end of that line who's sitting in a cubicle somewhere saying the same things taking down the same numbers for eight hours a day you know automation is great in today's world but it's hard to automate everybody's wishes and wants i mean we've all have those situations where all you want to do is talk to somebody and all you have is a list of menu options the united still tell my kids just always pick zero you don't machine could replace you when we osher shall have to be some machine now because people knew how finally they talked how how badly they pronunciation how hard it is to understand of leaper unless you have a hard time telephone switchboard operator sherrod rhythms and be busted struggle if you pick up a copy of the book sharon appears under the pseudonym heather she is now the director of communications at the seattle public library foundation studs didn't just ask people to describe what they did for a living he asked them how they felt about with her boring monotonous work i don't give a shit way but he says it was boring a monotonous to work on assembly line that's gary brynner he was twenty nine when starts interviewed him an auto factory in ohio i am somewhere between youngstownwarren ohio industrial areas stephen automobiles talk on a gary brian her k brainer is the president of local one one one four united auto workers no one one two four one one one two one one one two of what what sort of plant as this is the general motors vega plant lowest town the most automated plant in the world asner right the fastest line speed in the world and they've got the most modern equipment the union bates.

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"gary brian" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"gary brian" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Lead you into the ball yard and see that now starting ed your uh number seventy two who who seventy two now look the scale of that you play because as you get paid to do you play because that's what you love the do fans come out and they still want to see the guys play he will not a terrible season you still want to see guys play last night i was into that could have been into a more addicted dodgers and giants were battling of course but it though fun to watch bumgarner go out there and deal wasn't it don't you want to see that every fifth day don't you want to see him go out there and battle every van pitch no one of the best in the game i would hope he wanted to see him especially now that you've seen him like four times you like okay is healthy he could play we're good to go goes really if you want to get down to at once you're out of it just sit everybody put a mom bubble rap and be good to go and just be done with it put aguirre quick now go ahead get your hair you do it tremendous uh i go ahead if it yet shouldn't or the biggest wave between urged lastplace game yup 1962 giants one with a record a one of three and fix it too uh the plate them extra empty could play out that year and that was the first year to new york mix when they went a sh early lordy and one twenty you're right i have that one right in front of me gary brian pointed out former that wasn't the biggest brad but it was one two three four five that was seventh wow yeah well i mean it take it away when i think modern baseball that's probably the all sixty and a half the one you mentioned the methods probably it brondby me one the boston dubs sixty five and a half games back and 19 on nine forty five and one away good night what a miserable season are what okay this is non mile ko you're kidding me i'll get to that next though he got to be kidding me that's modern base while the non modern is like this absurd kootenai season they did whether he there must of went through.

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