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"jim brough" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"The dixie fire drifts into paradise california. The dixie ignited in nearly the same place as the two thousand eighteen campfire which killed eighty five people and destroyed almost nineteen thousand buildings here seeing and smelling the smoke is a constant if ominous reminder quite literally. It's it's hanging over your head. We had some days at the sun was blacked out as dark as night. Dan f steph paradise parks and rec director. Turns right off a highway lined on both sides by stumps from logged charred pine trees a narrow steep winding dirt. Road leads us to the rim of the canyon where the flames entered paradise. Nearly three years ago this is not something to fire engine when would even entertain going down. Fire trucks can't get into protect homes and places like this because it's too dangerous. We have twenty one acres down here most. This neighborhood was leveled. it's unrecognizable we standing on. Somebody's old home. I think we are. We are the homes that burned probably wouldn't have gotten building permits today but this neighborhood is no anomaly. In the libertarian rural west. There's a legacy of loose zoning and some people have to live in places like this because it's cheaper and you could see this. This area got decimated yet steph. Sees opportunity here that have been so many instances these fires people know that we have to do something different. The town has bought up land from campfire survivors. Who either couldn't or didn't want to rebuild. The idea is to connected to their existing park land. that's good for recreation. But also as a fuel break they can strictly manage this forest with the hopes that the next wildfire slows down here and gives firefighters a chance. Every single one of these properties were looking at from the standpoint. What can we do to limit. The spread of fire is a staging area. And all of that. And i think it's gonna make the community safer. This is not eminent domain voluntary. But they've acquired about three hundred acres of new land with about five hundred more in the pipeline. It's supposedly paid for with nonprofit grant money donations but fcf estimates. They may need twenty million or more to really make this a success. That sounds like a lot but consider that the campfire did about sixteen billion dollars in damages. F says in paradise. There's a new mindset that the town has to be as climate and wildfire resilient as possible so we're gonna have to learn how to live with a better way and not just kind of build and hope for the best which has been kind of approach in the past. The federal government has been buying out people who live in high risk flood zones for almost three decades and as the west cooks and extreme drought. There's interest in replicating this to certain high risk fire zones change in federal law recently devoted funding to study the feasibility of this in places like the sierra nevada michael warren is a climate resiliency expert at stanford he says what's going on in paradise could be a model for many other forested flammable communities. But he's not sure it will work as well in places that haven't already burned what's more challenging is getting people in existing homes to be willing to leave their homes in their community so that those homes can be torn down to create this kind of space. Laura says that will be an even tougher cell in california where a lot of people move to towns like paradise because they can't afford to live anywhere else. The housing crisis in california really complicates any response to afire crisis. So on a grand scale experts interviewed for this story say public money may be better. Spent toward hardening existing homes bringing them to fire safe building codes and keeping brush and shrubbery around them. Cleared out every option is expensive. According to the western think-tank headwaters economics. Some forty million westerners are now living in the potential path of wildfires. But then again. Last year alone the us government spent two point two billion on suppression cal. Fire hundreds of millions more in paradise. There's a sense of urgency behind the reforms. The pace of rebuilding has even surprised town leaders. What you're seeing skyway. Which is the main feed and that traffic is evidence that there's people living here. There's people working here. It's things are happening here. Jim brough shears is in charge of paradise. Emergency management is also been a wildland fire chief for fifty years in the sierra nevada. We have to rethink. what's possible. Another huge catastrophic wildfire like the unthinkable campfire could happen again. He says so doing things like clearing brush vacant. Lots like the one. We're standing on and putting more green park. Land in strategic places should make paradise safer before the campfire town was built out into a dense overgrown forest. You go from a natural stocking level of thirty trees in acre to one hundred and fifty acre the burning condition. The health of the forest is compromised. So the new forest in paradise. You won't see that again. They removed almost forty thousand trees here. Depending on who you ask. Town is an eerie skeleton of its former self or it's a blank slate. A fresh start. When helene paul baker go back to property the family owned gulch along creek. They hardly even recognize it ritenour. But there's a nice creek right there at the bottom creek all cleared out. The couple lost a family home. In the campfire that leans parents had built long ago on these three acres. When they heard the parks department was interested it was an easy decision to sell. This land will open up public access to an eighteen acre parks property up on the hill behind us..

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"jim brough" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"jim brough" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Up the trash. Yeah and and you know the truth of the truth of the matter is the only person that can fix this problem as you and each and every one of you has to fix your problem. I think a lot of people think that they're going to go to these. Things are going to be the only one that thinks these ways dude when you if you if you pay. The time is now to jump in gas like it. The tide is turning and times. Now people are getting vocal. And if you go to these events you're gonna find out that most people think just like you which is going to give you a sense of peace. You're out there thinking you're alone. Do we just went to pay the van up Es miss jim brough iwo at fucking thousands of people at it that we're fucking all the same cotton not. Everybody looked the same. No not everybody came from the same place. There was people from every demographic there are all over. It was also. It was awesome. Well i mean. I think there's an organization piece to write right the power of the voice in understanding so we have a A person who works here. Who's a city fireman. Captain he has one has wanna get the vaccine. It's fair it's a choice right freedom you should have. The freedom of choice should have been and their mandating at city of saint louis republic for all public officials are workers. Cops firemen awesome employees. Lcd employees and you know stock. Numerous hemant like got organize. You go get i mean. Fifty percent of the eight hundred farms or man in your women and say hey. I'm not doing this shit. I want you to know where i stand. I don't believe and i don't wanna do this. And if any of you other people don't believe or want to do this. I'm willing to stand by. We're around city hall on tuesday night or whatever the case may be and you know what support them. yeah like. These guys are willing to put their careers on line. I have you know there's because look at the ultimatum. It creates are you gonna lose half your fucking fire department and let the city burn or you're going to just say okay. Well it'd just be a choice and will leave fucking long puts the city in a really tough spot. Well and it puts hospital systems in a very spiderman. Apparently it's extremely difficult to hire nurses right now k. Will they're mandating. These nurses get back stated. Well you know if you earn if you're a nurse in a hospital and you guys. I mean i know that they empower these people to make life or death situations on the fly. And that's what they pay them to do what they don't empower them to make an own decision for themselves fucked up ver. Okay well how do you fix it. You gotta get together. Yeah you know. And you've got to figure that out and you've got to be willing you know at at some level to understand that there's a risk reward here and it's not good you know and that's an dude. We were talking about knowstone. Andrew talk about starting an owned company employees one of our family members for this reason. Literally for this fucking reason. We're talking musters creating our own school. Yeah well and we're going to have to and that's part of the deal and you know what i can't i mean if that's where it comes to where my kids go to school behavioral. Here's the deal These fucking eighty people who don't wanna fucking let's do. I'm just now took off your fucking population I dunno it's gotta. It took your teachers and we don't believe you should either. They don't want to employ him already. I have nanny house you know. Because it's like and then you hear him talking to background and this is the thing is like the power the voice like everybody's afraid to do it in the building because they don't want to upset people and it's like hey listen that's the point of freedom of freedom is so that you can actually have an opinion in unwarranted have freedom here in a while bro. What we're surprised to what you're saying right now. We're freedom of speech right. That's a huge deal right now. We're at a point where that freedom is being infringed upon. Because you're allowing it you need to understand like your voice fucking matters your actions fucking matter but before your actions matter you better be able to fucking take that little nervous twitch that happens inside and it's shaky scary shit and fuck and say it's not as scary as you think it is now a little fucking bombing the little bitty and i'm not the guy who's working at the fucking gas station tells me to put a mask on and i'm like hey fucking robocop exact. My guy i got down the street brought you. Hey listen i get. It ran aqap power. You feel good. Shut the fuck up. That's literally like like now. I'm not doing that. He's like it's par roles said it's unfortunate as part of my fucking opportunity my My freedoms akhavan cannot wear one. I just you know. I watched the whole thing the other night. And why can't serve you k. Then i'll just go somewhere else. It's not that fucking hard. I understood inconvenience. Yes but i don't give a fuck you gotta move and this is the power we talked about this. We've talked about four. This is the importance of using your dollars to create that noise. My kids go to a private school. How do private schools fucking work while they need money. Well if you leave the private school and there's you're not getting your tuition anymore. Then they're going to struggle. They need to feel that pain. Yeah same thing. Restaurants got feel the fuck and payers a lot. There's a lot of people making some really bad calls and business right now because of all of this. Yeah like the making your boys and get vaccination longer. Forget that dude like when this all gets cleared up. People aren't gonna forget that there was people that are actually saying things like like dude there. I see these comments online dude you. I saw this one post. It was like you know telling people to not come to hospital if they got sick and to fucking die at home and there was like hundreds of nurses and doctors and shit on their bro. People forget that like people take a screen shot slash shit like you'll never live. That should down like you know what i'm saying like i it. It's it's like watching people not understand what's happening and they're making decisions about what's going on. That are going to end up bearing themselves and burying their business. Well and i know like the the this fucking the people here who are doing the The fucking Trying to put vaccine requirement to come into your place or like they did up in new york. Look man There these people don't understand that there is way more people that are willing to never do business with you again over over over this thing like and you're in it's more than fifty percent and you may still believe you're doing the right thing and if that's all that's fine but like you're making a poor business decision on top of it which if you can operate on thirty percent of your business forever i mean okay but not many businesses i know. Can i just look at. I mean and you add to it on top of that like i don't know if the humanitarian is the right word playing god like hey man. That's that's somebody's choice that's there there are. That's their body literally the my body. My choice is a perfect example of like watts. Other places to eat bro. there's lots of other. There's listened business. Competition is already extremely high. Like you think you're counting on the media telling you the truth to make that decision you're counting on all the data to be the truth. You're counting and by the way we live in an era where the media is not the media bro. they are reporting. The news is propaganda. One hundred percent of it go by newspaper in read every headline and ask yourself. What are they trying to make me. Think what do all these headlines have in common and you'll start to understand that this is propaganda. Shit we're living. We're we're reliving the nineteen thirties right now. And there's people you know because we have the internet ironically and be able to control like you've got to remember these people in the thirties bro. They didn't have ways to contact each other talk to each other. They didn't have ways to communicate. All they did was listening to a radio broadcast. the government. put out you know here. We have all this crazy ability to see all this information and everything that they don't agree with what do they do. They fucking slap a label on it or they take it down or they say your band reasonably intelligent person should be able to understand what the fuck is going on here like. It's not that hard to see. Well i think there's a there's a there's a doubt aspect oh to that like people think that that's not. There's no way that that's real. There's no way that that's happening..

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"jim brough" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"He's food he's not screaming about now he wasn't he wasn't long. You could you off so that that's kind of news. And he works a smaller. Do you could tell he where they got him. Working with some i should. I've been to the gym man this. I've been bargaining with some pros and amateurs and if he come like that people months anybody we need a fight right here. Look and swan echoes. Go i got. I got a fifty four pound. Anita fight from wisconsin got nobody burlington my brother he had backout there and made. Sds promotions look bad. He got out keys. Yeah bow but you know. It is the d. that crow. Which i say. I'm sure so. You studied to tate now. Now that you've got some shifts humana. Oh yeah yeah yeah. I'm about the budget clip. That real quick Should they just don nail opponent ahead throwing them wide as hosts man. that's why the down a pipe man shit stuck with a. I'm lucky brand brandon rail there becky lucky the fight of the night. But oh yeah. So brandon sold joe as his voice. You ain't never seen now brandon. Big boy arrays work gay. You just not have record in the way. Go ahead and shut out the discord real quick. Go ahead and course with not bag man. That's so like what is as that's see in like does man he he. He'd be fifty five. V aren't keeping a real past him and makes it look easy. That's dangerous mary. But first of all i'm telling you right now. Don't he ain't gonna look even if he win easy. 'cause he grabbed tumor ellerslie rosena. Jim jim my coach. No knows rails. Coach rosen is jim. Jim brough was real real in the gym. When he fought mauve he went to fucking new mexico. Brian was he took his cam. New mexico i is about skill is about skill and putting together man. That's all i'm saying. Served third shot at the heavyweight debate. And i wanna see. I wanna see a fucking champ get crown man. That's what i wanna see. I wanna see some. I'm gonna take over the wants. Sixty eight division. I before honestly. I took sixty eight for a reason. I you know noise may fight your whole bill. You know who's who's off. Oh the numbers brought like like one numbers instead of wasted. Nobody go look at the votes. Who got the most votes for alicia down the loose north. Saying i'm i ain't even far before and look who got the most votes. Let's just go down the list. Yeah i see elias names. Got seventy eight. See what else. Lula allston and you. You got eight eighty eight. Who else who has not even the main of being not even take him fucking The cobra bro. Like that's actually just what it is game out here whole family and they gave it today mambo. I said a word yet. How you. I don't know you.

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"jim brough" Discussed on News O'Clock

News O'Clock

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"jim brough" Discussed on News O'Clock

"Here with an update on some of the leaders medical videos. Taking your feet and some of them are no joke. Hi krista and in yellow. Thank you so much for joining us today. I think for having us. I think he's mature having us. Okay so we need to start with something. All of the gym bros. Are doing nowadays called dry scooping. Most recently it's become a viral tiktok craze. And here's what drives scooping sounds like crying. You can't breathe. Why put your arms up all that you breathe it in a little bit. God one my face. I am sorry wine. I don't want to do anything that requires someone telling me. Don't breath i grandma okay. So danielle for those. Who don't know what exactly is dry scooping. And why would someone do this dry scooping. Is this new craze. That's kind of taken over tiktok. In that video you just played with honestly the one that i caught my eye of girl trying because her boyfriend told her to and she literally can't breathe and needs to get her inhalers so essentially Pre workout is a powder that people usually dilute with water before they go to the gym and it has like a ton of caffeine in it and like creating and artificial sweeteners. and it's supposed to give them that boost while they're at the gym and so i guess you know some jim brough decided oh Its way quicker to just put the dry powder into my mouth and his take it all at once instead of you know drinking it in eight ounces of water however much they recommend you to do it with so yeah. This became a craze of people doing it and then people convincing their friends to do it. And yeah it's sort of taken over social media and i guess you could almost call it. The new cinnamon challenge in a way. Yes so i mean how does something like this even become a craze like you said people are just trying it. So is it just like doing it to do it. I mean what have you seen in other videos. I guess it kind of looks cool or like looks at us. It's almost like taking a shot a little bit. You know just like directly holding this powder all in one go and then you know. Besides that's really the only reason why i could see that like people are like doing this. Uploading videos of it. I guess like i said before. It also is just way faster to do that instead of chugging water or whatever people are deciding to do okay so daniela videos like you said are reminiscent of the cinnamon challenge from a few years ago. But you know we started to see a more disturbing side to this trend. The most shocking was a video from a twenty year old named brittany portfolio. Who said she had a heart attack after dry scooping. You're able to reach out to her. What did she tell you about her experience. What happened was she decided to dry scoop and what you should also know about dry scooping. Because you know. I spoke to a cardiologist as well as when you dry scoop you're taking the product in a way that isn't recommended the way it's recommended is to dilute it because when you have it in its condensed form it essentially and i think this is another reason why people do it is that it sort of maximizes all of the effects in it all happens really quickly so the caffeine is gonna hit you faster and the creativity in in all of the different ingredients in are just gonna sort of take effect in like the most intense of ways so yeah bree nickname but what happened was she drives scooped and she felt heaviness in her chest. She has anxiety so she wasn't sure if it was that you know and then she did her workout and continued on and she tried to eat lunch but she was kind of nauseous and so she went home and started to feel better decide to go to work. She works as an exotic dancer and she was in her bikini. And you know this is usually obviously if you're wearing something like that. You're not going to be overheating. But she was just like sweating and feeling really high and the chest pain continued and then in addition to that she had arm pain and felt as though her arm was going numb and so she knew that that was the sign of a heart attack so she called the ambulance and you know she said even when she got there. The nurses were a little bit doubtful that this was a heart attack. 'cause she's twenty years old but they monitored her overnight and what they found out you know through monitoring her and like seeing the levels in her blood and stuff like that was she had an end semi which is a more minor form of heart attack. It's when the artery is partially blocked instead of fully blocked in their pretty positive that this was caused by the dry scooping of the pre workout. So yeah i was just shocking. Yeah that's i mean alarming. eu said. You mentioned that you spoke to cardiologist. Dr kohl harkin and she said that. Obviously like when you dry scoop. The effects are heightened. But what else did she say. Did she have any advice for. People like all these people doing this trend. Yes she did not think. This trend was very smart to put a kindly ashley. So essentially the other thing that we should know about a pre workout is that it's not fda regulated so a lot of these we don't even really fully know like the ingredients in them and like if they're okay or if they're safe so essentially the most important thing for people to do going forward as if they've been considering pre workout or are still interested in this you know despite everything first off take it normally just like dilute it with water and second off before you even do that. Speak to a doctor because if you have any heart. Conditions like pre existing conditions. You could be at higher risk for something happening especially from just the sheer amount of caffeine in this bree. Her doctor told her to just avoid caffeine going forward. Because i think that that was probably the main trigger for her. Okay well thank you danielle. I will never be doing this. That's something all right. We'll.

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"jim brough" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"jim brough" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"Around for when you guys get in there about two thousand seventeen and they were a little bit ahead of the curve when it came to vegan protein. And they're definitely they're brandings definitely different. It's not your wouldn't have been your two thousand typical Jim brough sort of vibe. That was that was going on. That was really popular with with youtubers. In social media's instagram was starting to really become the dominant channel for for dumbbells and protein. And and everything in that nature but damian. You have a an interesting background. You actually co founded another company. You've got some engineering mixed in there. Some supply chain history and more. You've lead a full life. Lead enough to form nutrition. When did you have the plant based protein piffle and start breathing. Life into form attrition. yeah. I mean i i guess i'm very grateful. Really thankful a. Have you know really very background. Did you touched on their. I studied engineering. I didn't mba in the city. I involved a lot startups and so on but the one thing. That's always been kind of consistent three. My life is an interest or a love of working out or fitness and that kind of stuff of the generation that grew up watching can army briefly movies and stuff so i've always been interested in the gym and looking out and consequently hit always taken a protein but the thing that shifted meets woods research before was around about twenty fifteen when i watched cal. Spiracy the big documentary. Around that time. I won't around Veganism and bumps lifestyle and say one. And i'm very into something really into something quite nothing person so that really piqued an interest will make and from there. Eric started devouring the information around veganism with the latest research vanilla of the literature. China stopped eating. That kind of stuff. Someone who's diseasing crazy at that time of prayed see the trump based vegan proteins on the marquette. And they were they rule Just put it tasted tasted terrible shots. It's just interesting for me. Because i saw this remember. This is twenty fifteen so it's very different to how it is now. So that was this. Emerging evidence around health clearly sustainability was becoming starting to become a thing and it made me. Veganism wasn't just going to become a trend. It was something that was being driven by big macro drivers that we had to stay whether that's health sustainability and of animal welfare and so two is that it was looking at the space and trying to put us and not finding anything that appealed to me everything when i looked at each huchon. It was very in the preteen space of that. Kinda jim brough big plastic tubs or the other extreme slightly recall There was nothing we that was more of a live stop. Fullness driven bryant and i just wanted to kind of elevate nutrition to be more than just a protein shake off the gym. There was seventy pounds just doing protein and there was nothing more than bob wants it to kind of make more than just appreciate make about self how you notice your whole self. That's enabled us to bring in aspects of key meditation. Mindfulness everything to in terms of education and content. So so really for me. It was like a really crowded space. I saw cheated see source of challenge. Rata an opportunity that i silver in terms of vegan space and maybe being quite good timing in terms of being of nascent category at that time So yeah it was like a perfect challenge of opportunities child in june and interest. Yeah two thousand fifteen. That was a very good time. That was very good. Timing back in two thousand fifteen. That's because the over saturation definitely wasn't there yet. Like you mentioned with the the two extremities there. Jim brough in the hippie sided things to that. Was it as either. You bought the jimbo supplements and when you looked at the hippie supplements or the things that you hopefully. It's at the time you're just like that's not even protein and they're definitely needed to be a pit stop in between the two there was. That was a lot of. There's lots of attrition brands in two thousand fifteen the crowded space forever but that time it's very much crowded. I think with people doing the same thing. I actually think that that created not cheap. You know like a blue ocean do something different which hopefully we did a little bit a now you know. There's many many other brands doing similar kind of thing to us. But yeah i think it's one thing chuckle timing quite right. I mean it's got to start somewhere and we did you guys. In addition to the proteins already have the rest of your product line at least in mind back then multivitamin so we march twenty seven and we launch to proteins super blend formats and two new tropics as well edge and boost Of since then the range. The range has grown but yet we were going to one of the first introduction. You tropics the k. For example again unite back in twenty seven but was a category but it was a very tiny category hair and still relatively nation. The us as well yeah. Some people really can't tell you what it is. They don't even know they drink coffee every day or they take creatine or you know there's so many things out there that are certified no tropics. Still people were just oblivious to but yeah that is a very fast growing space. I mean what is it being for years since for nutrition in another four years from now. I'm sure that there's going to be. I mean lifestyle companies out there for no tropics just as well. I mean they're coming out left and right so back then bean as early as it was how was are indeed. Is that something you took on personally or did you guys. Higher protein food sciences for you Back during hunt. Or if she's factory hunting for some white label services or making it in your kitchen maybe yes it a few different ways. We attacked back when when we very first started wonder the issues. We sold a lot of nutrition brands lack of credibility So a lot of brands you to always always surprised by nutrition company. That didn't even have nutritionist on the payroll for example A lot of brands do what you just mentioned about sale rates and the contract manufacturer and they gave them the logo. And then suddenly you've got your in a and weekly obviously didn't want to do that. We wanted to build a brand very much centered on on credibility. Because i think what was very very important in this in the nutrition. Space is really complex. Science often quite dumbed down Especially you know you see how bits of research taken and spun trae a quick headline we wanted to do a very complex science justice but also explain a very understandable way. One of the first highs i made was head of nutrition dr collins. He's a phd nutritionist. I twenty experienced Runs nutrition cool at the university of sorry him alongside alongside one of my co founders. Pay and see myself. Natalia who originally started to develop what we wanted from products and then without adams in on the two formulations and ingredients and also the manufacturer that we found at the time. You know someone. The i managed to basically convince the we were going to be a big thing and he took a chance on you. Yes we manage to. We manage to do really well in charge of getting a lot of their time. Effectively free of charge assam thing and so on a bill to leverage. Really low us when we were starting. Say you have many ways. We're very very fortunate with that. Relationship is if you find great manufacture like that. They can effectively fungi startup. So yeah. I mean richly of psalm boost.

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"jim brough" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Talent tom again. This entrance mad cobra fix medco six. I really love that song. We just heard is teddy pendergraph love. Tko got holding my breath. Your fix your yeah. After three hundred seven episodes and finally worrying about doing the wim half method really focusing on your brand oxygenating somehow box breathing and astrologist tied together. Yeah it's all it's all tied together. It's all in magazines when you go to the columbia girl. I'm gonna make you use with first show back at the co op. Teddy teddy's grass has a very sad story. He died getting road head from a transsexual prostitute. Die he got worse than death. This is a man who had the world by the short ones and driving. His rolls royce. Home from a bar with a transsexual prostitute Getting road head and crashed establishment. Some head first of all your crashed. His car and became a paraplegic. Because with all of that before the pair seems like a boss way to go. Don't know yeah and kudos for him because that's back in the day figured out a transsexual processor you'd be like oh yeah you like set her on fire dude. I understand man. It's fine with whatever i think. This was probably a smoking accident. Yeah he's probably like all like bro. You know like he's like jim brough size mouth mouth mouth bro kind of thing. But then it all came that all came out but he couldn't really defend himself because he was in the hospital for months but God it's so tragic and it's brutal because he was such a compelling live performer. If you want to. I don't know. I guess you won't but maybe if you will. I mean somebody. Listening will probably won't go on a little microphone era if you want to go on youtube and look at what some teddy pendergrast videos. He has this one where he does the song when somebody loves you back. But it's an extended thing and women are lining up to kiss him. I'll show it to you all right and then kisses one woman. And he's like oh hot lips. Hot lips is a woman who are their husbands and boyfriends. Wow and he just they. Just what are you gonna tell her. This was like an fictional thing. Kind of video. Wow okay no jesus. They let them go. I mean i don't think it's the best even though it's the best look to be like. Give your woman like chimera. Bruises fucking kissing him. Imagine being the of one of the women that lined up to kiss him reading about him getting like road ahead and being like what. I wish. we're doing video podcast. So i can really express this to win. Yeah rude head. Head allegedly allegedly to the hopefully estate of teddy bene- grass doesn't come after twenty heard. It's what i read and it's fine. You went out. I mean that's a cool story. He his whole life was to be a lover. Here's a song to be a lover. We detail details what you need to do looking back over my years you know. I shed some tears. It'd be cool if he did it but he did it in the ten get on the more nine spread the who. Let me make your pussy wet seven. Fbi be better song. I thank god we have to find that. Probably so to commemorate the Well first of all we have to talk about. Craig is oh yeah. I came down with covid nineteen. We sound better this week as you can probably tell as Craig got covid so R.i.p to him. Yeah so. I god am. I taking tap off the craig's cove nineteen. He was accurate. Supposed to get the vaccine tomorrow. Yeah and then he got cova today and it's a really really bad case. Yeah and i really hope so. Really bad really. Bits of worst case they've ever seen of covid. I mean he's coffin. Somebody was like listening. Like oh my god. She's got it and they're slowly realizing doesn't have it and they're like oh these to cut ups these to these coffin like angry woman in the car with a funny joke. He's coughing screaming and the allen Craig is actually sharing a hotel room with his brother right now. Which is funnier than any covid or any ads to be a fly in the wa. Probably i can probably ballpark it pretty well. Joe straight ninety six tips. My name is john mccain up in here on monday gets sat and goes out to all you lately. Okay now. it's tough to explode now. Good lining up with nine. Those is that hewlett. And sonic like a sampler do it. Oh stroke you the best part. That's it wasn gentleman. The one of the biggest is in baltimore club. Music tap cap. Do it do it him between him and big tony big time. I'm livin bag. Those point in my life. Where i was living in my car and i didn't have no place to go and live now which is instead of my car. It's like an okay spot. But like i have no place to go. Now you've got my door's always open. I appreciate on by you. Know we always hanging out at your place maybe can hang out with me and bring bring all the over there. Wheel-to-wheel the rack down the street. My doctor. I've got a little home studio going. I've got the. 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"jim brough" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some <hes>. Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee

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Diamond Jim Moran

Gangland Wire

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Diamond Jim Moran

"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee

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"jim brough" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective jerry. Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article..

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"jim brough" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"First verse. I was thinking gee honestly goodbye. Would you on a date with me down I? I don't think it's appropriate for you to be asking. The Berries instructor out on a date right in front of me. Yeah I know Sir what's going from. I'm allowed seriously. Here's here's the thing. If you were going to have the balls to ask another girl out in front of the girl that you are seeing sleeping with owners do not say it's a thousand percent and also like we especially women you gotTa Stop Getting Mad when a man shows you who he is and you can't. There's no fight that you're GONNA be able to have with him in person that's going to be convinced him to be a straight up. Dude also retool. That's what's going on that. He's a tool so that was like the most weird Jim Brough date of all time. She's like I'm down actually only said she was down because the cameras were there she went down. Yeah down and kind of ended up where you weren't sure if she was going to say yes. And if you don't call the scene live your best life and the next time he don't even address no move on the next time he's like. Oh let's hang on doing that. Yeah remember it. Remember three weeks ago when you did that. Say Anything but I'm not after the break we're taking on the back crazy telenovelas ever.

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"jim brough" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"The fight Bare KNUCKLE TEAM. They're not TV. Dot TV I think it's fight. Tv is where the they're actually gonNA air the the pay per view and as far as ticket wise. You know you just Intel arena. If you actually go I have. Maybe I think like thirty or forty people actually physically going down to Kansas. To WATCH MOST PEOPLE ARE GONNA. Watch it on TV. So it's livestream. Internet wise is probably easiest way to do it instead of going through. Tv just the fight TV or the BARE KNUCKLE DOT TV with that. Being said we're all going to be watching it. I know I'm going to be checking this out and watch Josh Bernstein check this fool. So good luck with the rest of Fight Week and all that stuff brother man and we're all in your corner man. I event no problem. Thanks for the time Paul. Later Josh the Hammer Burns. We didn't even get into this. Tag Syntax. Amen check them. We didn't even get into. We didn't even get into the fact that he came up with. Mark Coleman and stuff like that that's why he's called the Hammer Mark Coleman Ufc Hall of Famer all that good stuff and there's a lot to that guy and I feel like shoemakers got a better. Be Checking that Chin Manner. He might end up like another fight that we saw last weekend. couple of days ago. You mean I mean it was for those who are listening to us on Friday when WE NYLON FACEBOOK. No more look man. All I know is if you are watching it at home out or got his ass. Be Like theory took his ass and here. You go bro. Here's your ass. He handed him his ass. I couldn't really say much couldn't really say much better myself. Almost say is this you know. Boxing is a sport of kings. You know two guys in there you know applying at craft It's all good but if you lift me man we've got a problem. I'm going to see your Mama. Tony said he's GonNa be on my neck like going to see. Oh Mama let me in the middle. No embarrassed boy. All fight like that was an embarrassing fight. Look Tony said to tell you. He's going to your Mama's house but if you need a house. Oh magistrates eat today. House House is the word of the day. Oh and we will show up at your Mama's house but if you need a house go to strength Game Company. Stransky company is the top producing Real Estate Company. That specializes in individual strategy. And over the top service you can find them at Stransky company twitter and instagram hit them up at admonition transit company DOT COM and their email and hit them up hit match. Stransky up directly. Like I said man if you watch any of our social media's you know that these guys are putting out fire homes and I know they were just up the eight-man Stransky companies the way to go like said if you need a house head over to Stransky's house and he'll hook you up anyways because house I don't know about maybe not head over to his house but you know to shoot him a lot. You play house anytime you transition to start screaming. Well considering. Tony was like talking over me. I had to kind of had to make it known who was the one new. Read here but for me man so watching the wilder fight okay My thing with the fury fight is first of all shoutout to Detroit's own cronk. Jim Brough they were out there they were. You had sugarhill in his corner and all the boys from cronk and it really paid dividends because the one thing that really stuck out to be in this fight a lot of people are talking about the back of the head shot which definitely think had a lot to do with avian wobble. He was wildly all afternoon. After after now hitting the back of the head it was just like game over since then I was like second round right from the Second Round. Wiler clearly heading a legs left and I mean but I mean I have to say. A lot of people were critical. Devon. I don't know how much you watched it going into the first fight How much people were talking? Why would he switch his camp up right before his fight but I mean Cronk is truly played dividends for him? Because if you watch just from the boxing skill alone krong has changed over trained. Or how many champions a ton like to remember man and if you look at it every champion that's come out of Cronk even to bladder Mir Klitschko if you watch Wladimir Klitschko. Before he went to Cronk he was essentially doing something very similar. To what while there was doing it just knocking people out by timing him but when he learned how to box man it was a whole. `nother thing so to me man. I think that that was the story of the fight Now that we had a few days away from the fight it's been announced. Now that deontay wilder has invoked his rematch clause. So that fight is GONNA get ran back Anthony. Joshua was going to have to sit on his ass. Wait wilder should have had a very indomitable go at it before he stepped back then. But that's just my opinion. I mean well well. He had thirty days to uses his money back. He's cashing then we're so in in a rematch stove. Okay go ahead. One thing that I listened to a couple of podcasts shot to corner podcast. Andreas in Kale. One thing. Andre has pointed out quarter fight and probably should have paid more attention to for for my cycle. Pick water to win. The fights very came in about twenty pounds heavier. He didn't last and basically hideous strategy in it. Worked to a T. strategy was to basically put his belly on a waterfall. They can carry way so he could wear them out. So he's leaning on them and and Russia I'm in that actual waving Having to carry that throughout the fight definitely wore out because he he's used to getting guys out of there quickly and you don't see him a lot in these launch. So I mean tragedy by Kropotkin in Tulsa theory and and those guys were perfectly so since we're talking about wait. Deontay wilder also came in heavier than he did in the first fight and also said that the weight of how baiter costume or whatever the fuck you do just take your L. Man. He's literally you making yourself. Look stupid. He said and I quote this is from the Anti Wilder. He said that the suit that he wore out weighed forty pounds. And that it you know that it weighed him down. How are you going to say some Shit like that? You can't that ain't nobody else's fault you wore the damn thing that's like when When Hitman hearns like yeah man you know? I was on my way to the ring and this do massage my shoulders right quick for like thirty six. He did that man. Let me tell you what has ask me. What are your thoughts on the excuse with the with the suit? Excuses are tools of a cop to build monuments. Have Nothing. That's what happened on. Damn look it you what book you read from. Right now. You had that in your hand. You was ready like soon as they asked me. Excuse chapter thirteen verse. Three stands the number to the book of Devon. That's old woman You know what you've no use. That quo coach Jim Carla He. He's used that quote before. I mean I do that. So what do you guys think Going into the rematch? That we now know is going to happen between them. That way need some hands. Need to go down to Chinatown in Vegas and go see. Roger Mayweather Devon look say wilder. Does that probably the biggest equalizer in boxing? You got that. Knock out agreed. But he feel like he's a little too dependent on it and the question is between now whenever they had those rematch. Can he learned technical skills of combat tight security even the first flight? I'm GonNa tell you Tyson theory. Wonder I the only thing that would draw was he got knocked out in the undertaker Senate that's what made it a draw Tyson fury. As far as boxing side. He won that fight then he dominated the second one so the question is that he figured out a way to come back. You know the technical ceelo boxing between our. I don't know I think for me man like I said I was in. This is coming from a guy who's a fan of deonte wilder. Don't get it mistaken. I have been a fan of him. No before you talking about being affinity on say water. I just want to let the water. No you ever just just happen to be listening right now. It was black history month. You came out with Martin Luther King Rosa Parks. You have Marcus Garvey behind doing Janssen Robson. You had all that going for you. And he's just like yeah. And then you know you had the whole. What kind of Black Panther darth vader King of diamonds thing going on? Wait forty five pounds and lie. You know what I mean to this day you know and then I just want to say like black history month in the early because he lost. That's all he didn't lose them black history month because black history month was over the day before his fight so we not go count data router. We we still so look man real quick. Did you guys hear about what happened in black history? Now I heard a little bit about it but I don't know the specifics lab him well. Well loss story short Andreas He. He Works Zone that one of the couples and put on his fight and he had one of the questions that the practice he asked. The water light was. It mean to fight in black history month. Well apparently it's spark some big twitter store where they kept saying like. Oh Andreas rates. Bayton why would you ask that question? I'm like okay so Mexico's whenever the mile comes around the we say Hey Nello what does it mean for you to fight you know on Mexican Independence Day and for Your People? We we all really just not racist though. Like that's like you know like I. I don't WANNA get too involved in too much stuff like that. L. is crazy. I don't WanNa get too far into politics because of the views and opinions expressed by Tony. Thunder are not necessarily those of a knockouts and three counts or a podcast trae but it seems like anytime you bring up anything that has to do with race. Your race baiting. I just wonder how many people would call you know Martin Luther King Race Baiter back today like if it was today's time anyway I don't think there was anything wrong with that per se because like I don't think there was may weather usually fights Mexicans a lot and I okay here..

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"jim brough" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:34 min | 3 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk. And we'll come back heaven Desi with us as we talk about the latest work. Edgar Casey on angels and the Anjelica forces. Let's get into this book. Kevin. And it's a dandy to be sure how did Casey. Begin to even talk about angels in his ratings. Well, he often assured people when they were having challenges in life or they were having problems or they didn't know what it turn that each and every one of us had a guardian angel. And that's the end Djelic forces were very much interested in helping us succeed that somehow overreaching goal is that all of us to bring spirit into the earth and just to digress for a second. As unusual is that may sound, you know, there have been a number of other personalities throughout the history and even through the twentieth century that talked about guardian angels. I'm sure perhaps one of the most famous was Padre Pio who was a Catholic priests. Mystic. He used to tell people to pray and to send him their guardian angel and that he would know they were sick. And and he bled the stigmata, right? He has his hands documented he actually passed away in nineteen sixty eight. So, but I it superior is in the church became so frustrated with talking about angels and thinking he was you know, somewhat crazy that one of his superiors wrote a. Letter to him in Greek when he was in a room with this guy, and he didn't understand Greek. And the super basically say, you know, if you're so we're in touch with angels asked him what what it means. So he asked guardian angel read it to him, and he did and he responded back with the letter was saying in Greek. So it started with him really in the twentieth century and flower Newhouse who founded an organization called quest haven in San Diego. She talked a lot about how each of us has guardian. Angels not only each of us. But the countries have guardian angels. And she described how the angel for the United States actually source over the Lincoln Memorial in DC, and that every country has a guardian, and which is an interesting idea that somehow spirit is supportive of all of us, and we get so caught up in God's on my side and not your side. Then in fact, the truth is the divine with work through all human KYW. So you kind of pick that up as well saying that we all have a guardian angel and that that guardian angels very supportive of us. And then you had experiences with angels. And he. Described Anjelica encounters in the bible gave additional insights into them that or forgotten by history and taking together. It just makes an interesting overview of how spirit has been with us from the very beginning. And would help us continue on our path. I'm wanna Kate on one occasion in nineteen twenty six. He was giving a reading for Morton Blumenthal, who is Jewish businessman. He built the Casey hospital. Yeah. Actually had more readings than anybody else. He had four hundred and sixty eight readings and six and a half years and they're asleep on the couch. All at once Casey's voice deepened became very powerful. According to Gladys who took the knows it was like, a booming voice in the room, and all at once a voice who identified itself as the archangel Michael started, speaking through said that much of the work that Casey was doing was to help humankind on his path and the reading the readings themselves suggests that the work of the case material would eventually change inside of humankind. And I think that certainly has happened in terms of the new age movement. New thoughts people having a new sense of what spirit is really all about. Now he started talking about fallen angels in some of his trance states or readings. What was that all about? Well, it has a very different perspective on what some people might refer to the devil or hell or fallen angels. And really the idea was you know, so much of. All the major religions of the world really talk about one. God that that there's this one God. And yet so much of religious thought is more dualistic where there's equal and opposing forces of good and evil. That is not Casey's perspective Casey's perspective was that. Once God turned us loose on the universes souls. We started working with our own free will and eventually we started choosing things that were out of accord with spirit, you might say things that were evil things that were selfish. And it was that that point that a group of angels committed and said, you know, what we will usher in this fallen humankind group. No matter how long it takes. We'll make sure they only get into so much trouble. And so from Casey's perspective of fallen angels. But some religious people might call the devil's actually chose of their own free will to usher in humankind. They got off the path. And so we created evil. In other words, it wasn't that there's a double trying to make us do bad things is that once humankind started doing things out of court of spirit, the jelly Graham said, okay? We will follow after them to make sure they don't do get into so many bad perspectives. Did he deal at all with the much with the anti Christ? He he talked about the anti Christ. And I've actually given workshops on the book of revelation and lots of people are really impact for eleven years. He gave readings on the book of revelation. And when I tell people that in the book of revelation, the word antichrist's is not mentioned there's no word antichrist's in the revelation. It's only used in the pistols of John. And basically the word is in reference to someone who does not believe that Jesus is the messiah he's anti Christ. It's not about about some worldwide nemesis, Casey said that the book of revelation is really about John on the island, Pat, most he was having a visionary experience. And Casey suggested it was really about how John's higher and lower self were at war with one another. And it's the it's the experience we all go through when we're in in life that somehow is my selfishness going to win out or is my. Ourself went out and also the revelation, you have the imagery of seven seven churches seven candlesticks seven angels. And the reading suggests that that those seven that number seven is tied to the seven hundred systems in the body the seven in centers, and that the whole book of revelation is really about our own transformational process to become a divine light being in the earth. Which is what happened to John? It's not about a worldwide power. There's gonna somehow take over the globe. It's about us warring within ourselves to become the person who really meant to be this moment when the archangel Michael came through on these readings anything dramatic. Well, they were a lot of times they came that occurred about twelve times over a period of sixteen years and either came at times of encouragement to get Casey and criminal for the work. He was doing or a couple of times times of chastisement that there was when he Cajun when a lot of the members of the Casey office staff where warring with. Other you know, they get into little petty politics and things like we all do at work sometimes and Michael came through in basically used the expression after yelling at them all that they needed to stop being pigs, and Jim brough who is still alive. She was in the room at that time. She described just how powerful that voice was and how essentially a shame. They felt after that encounter that somehow they had been put on this been given this work to help humankind had somehow gotten off track. But in addition to Michael there was another angel that spoke through who identified himself as Hillel and. He came through about a dozen times over a period of fourteen months. And in fact, some of the cataclysmic urchins readings that people talk about well, actually, Hello. You'll one of the readings says something like the early portion we'll see a change in the physical aspect of the west coast of America Europe, changes in the twinkling of an eye the greater portion of Japan must fall into the sea. And how you'll said all this was going to happen around nineteen thirty four to thirty six. Well, how was the archangel of karma? And there's there's always going to be a better approach to our lessons than karma Casey would say grace supersede karma anytime. So yes, we oftentimes encounter karma. But I think there's oftentimes a better way the cell now. Was there anything that? He did where he was shocked or upset about that. The people were able to retain. I mean people thought that information to bothered him that just really scared him. Well, I think the first idea of reincarnation kinda scared him. I think another thing that probably bothers him early on was the readings talk about Jesus had past lives. And in fact, mentioned a number of them. I think just things that challenged his worldview belief system over the years, but over the years as as he grew and matured it became very much a part of his life. And in fact, he and his wife had had a child who died in between youngest and eldest son and about ten years later conscious Casey recognize that child as a new child for another family. They came to head in reincarnated in the same circle, and he was able to reassure himself that yes, in fact, there is a reincarnation must have made it feel better. It made him feel a lot better. And then more and more often as he got older, and I'm sure you know, this he had waking psychic experiences. So it was with no longer just limited to him being asleep on the couch might he be reincarnated today in some human. There are so many people who claim to either be in communication with Edgar Casey or be the reincarnation of education. We have a formula before it. But there I have spoken to many of these people, and I have yet to encounter anyone who I think is in fact education you've heard of David Wilcock right known David for years. I've spoken to him. I've told him around he was in Virginia Beach for about six months when David was around Edgar Evans, aggregate youngest son was still alive. I introduced him to many people, and I am convinced David has psychic talent. But I'm just as convinced that he is not education right in Winfrey. Of course was the one world that book originally about David being the reincarnated Edgar Casey, right? Correct. David. There's lots of people who have experienced this thinking that they have the same kind of knows. Then they had the same receding hairline. Yeah. They do they do. So they I'm sure David's not too happy about that part. And interesting corollary. When education was a lot. There was a man who claim to have memories of being president James Garfield who was an early president of the United States. He is not well known. He was assassinated. He was assassinated. Yeah. And then he remembered being president James Garfield, and he had gone to another psychic and the site. He told him. Yes, you've been James Garfield. He can't educate the in Casey told him he had not been James Garfield that he'd been a close friend of Garfield and had so appreciated the man that that was what he was really resonating too. And I think lots of times people who haven't experienced thinking they were Casey have a close affinity with either educate sees work or a past history with demand. But I think when he comes back he's not going to say, you know, I want my area membership back. He's gonna have a new work in a new purpose? And it's going to be very different than his purposes. Aggregating with his work on angels. Did he feel as if these angels were here to help mankind specifically here? We're here to help mankind really become aware of its spiritual origins, and he felt like that they were ever present. And not only do we have guardian. Angels that stay with us for a whole lifetime. But that some of these guardian angels, actually, stay with us for all eternity..

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"jim brough" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:23 min | 3 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And welcome back heaven Desi with us as we talk about the latest work Edgar Casey on angels and the Djelic forces. Let's get into this book. Kevin. And it's a dandy to be sure how did Casey. Begin to even talk about angels in his ratings. Well, he often assured people when they were having challenges in life or they were having problems or they didn't know where to turn that each and every one of us had a guardian angel and that the end Djelic forces were very much interested in helping us succeed that overreaching goal is that all of us bring spirit into the earth and just to digress for a second as unusual that may sound, you know, there have been a number of other personalities throughout the. History and even through the twentieth century the talked about guardian angels. I'm sure perhaps one of the most famous was Padre Pio who was a Catholic priest mystic. He used to tell people to pray and to send him their guardian angel and that he would know they were sick. And he'd lead the stigmata, right? He his his hands document he actually passed away in nineteen sixty eight so, but his superiors in the church became so frustrated with him talking about angel than thinking, he was you know, somewhat crazy that one of his superiors wrote a letter to him in Greek when he was in a room with this guy, and he didn't understand Greek and the severe basically say, yes, you're so in touch with angels asked him what it what it means. So he asked his guardian angel or read it to him, and he did and he responded back with the letter was saying in Greek. So it started with him really in the twentieth century. And then flower Newhouse who founded an organization called quest. Hey. In San Diego. She talked a lot about how each of us has guardian. Angels not only each of us. But that countries have guardian angels. And she described how the angel for the United States actually source over the Lincoln Memorial in DC, and that every country has guardian, and which is an interesting idea that somehow spirit is supportive of all of us, and we get so caught up in God's on my side and not your side. And in fact, the truth is the divine would work through all of humankind. So Casey kind of pick that up as well saying that we all have a guardian angel and that that guardian angels very supportive of us. And then you had experiences with angels, and he described Anjelica encounters in the bible gave initial insights into them that or forgotten by history and taking together it just makes an incubator interesting overview of how spirit has been with this from the very beginning. And would help us continue on our path on one Kate. On one occasion in nineteen twenty six. He was giving a reading for Morton Blumenthal, who was a Jewish businessman. He built the Casey hospital. Yeah. Actually had more readings than anybody else. He had four hundred sixty eight readings and six and a half years and they're asleep on the couch. All at once Casey's voice deepened, the came very powerful. According to Gladys who took the knows it was like, a booming voice in the room and all at once a voice who identifies itself as the archangel Michael started, speaking through said that much of the work that Casey was doing was to help humankind on his path and the reading the readings themselves suggests that the work of the casing material would eventually change the thought of humankind. And I think that certainly has happened in terms of the new age movement new sought people having a new sense of what spirit is really all about. Now he started talking about fallen angels in some of his trance states or readings. What was that all about? Well, he has a very different perspective on what some people might refer to devil. Or hell or fallen angels. And really the idea was, you know, so much of all the major religions of the world really talk about one God that that there's this one God. And yet so much of religious thought is more dualistic where there's these equal than opposing forces of good and evil. That is not Casey's perspective Casey's perspective was that. Once God turned us loose on the universes souls. We started working with our own free will and eventually we started choosing things that were out of accord with spirit, you might say things that were evil or things that were selfish. And it was that that point that a group of angels committed and said, you know, what we will usher in this fallen humankind group. No matter how long it takes. We'll make sure they only get into so much trouble. And so from Casey's perspective the fallen angels. But some religious people might call it the devil's actually chose of their own free will to ushering humankind. They got off of. Path. And so we created evil in other words, it wasn't that there's a devil trying to make us do bad things is that once humankind started doing things out of a court of spirit. The Anjelica Rome said, okay, we will follow after them to make sure they don't do get into so many bad perspectives. Did he deal at all with the much with the anti Christ? He he talked about the anti Christ. And I've actually given ho workshops on the book of revelation and lots of people are really impact for eleven years. He gave readings on the book of revelation. And when I tell people that in the book of revelation, the word antichrist's is not mentioned there's no word antichrist's in the revelation. It's only used in the pixels of John. And basically the word is in reference to someone who does not believe that Jesus is the messiah is anti Christ is not about about some worldwide nemesis Casey said that the book of revelation is really about. John on the island, Pat, most he was having a visionary experience. And Casey suggested it was really about how John's higher and lower self were at war with one another. And it's the it's the experience we all go through when we're in in life that somehow is my selfish. She's going to win out or as my higher self going to win out and all through the revelation. You have the imagery of seven seven churches, seven candlesticks or seven angels. And the reading suggests that that those seven that number seven is tied to the seven hundred systems in the body the seven Andrew can centers, and that the whole book of revelation is really about our own transformational process to become a divine light being in the earth. Which is what happened to John? It's not about a worldwide power. That's going to somehow take over the globe. It's about us warring within ourselves to become the person. We're really meant to be this moment when the archangel Michael came through on these re. Readings anything dramatic. Well, they were a lot of times they came that occurred about twelve times over a period of sixteen years, and it either came at times of encouragement to give Casey encouragement for the work. He was doing or a couple of times times of chastisement that there was when he Cajun when a lot of the members of the Casey office staff were at kind of warring with other, you know, they get into little petty politics and things like we all do at work sometimes and Michael came through and basically use the expression after yelling at them all that they needed to stop being pigs, and Jim brough who is still alive. She was in the room at that time. She described just how powerful voice was and how essentially a shame. They felt after that encounter that somehow they had been put on this been given this work to help humankind had somehow gotten off the track. But in addition to Michael. Well, there was another angel that spoke through who identified himself as Hillel and came through about a dozen times over a period of fourteen months, and in fact, some of the cataclysmic earth change readings that people talk about we're actually Hello. You one of the reading says something like the early portion will see a change in the physical aspect of the west coast of America Europe will change in the twinkling of an eye a greater portion of Japan must fall into the sea. And Hello, you'll said all this was going to happen around nineteen thirty four to thirty six. Well, Hello was the archangel of karma. And there's there's always going to be a better approach to our lessons than karma. Casey would save grace consumer see karma anytime. So yes, we oftentimes encounter own karma. But I think there's oftentimes a better way. Probably. So now was there anything that? He did where he was shocked or upset about that people were able to retain. You mean people found out information to bothered him. Yeah. That just really scared him. Well, I think the for at first the idea of reincarnation kinda scared him. I think another thing that probably bothers him early on was the readings talk about Jesus had past lives. And in fact, mentioned a number of them. I think just things that challenged his worldview belief system over the years, but over the years as as a grew and matured it became very much a part of his life. And in fact, he and his wife had had a child who died in between the youngest and eldest son and about ten years later conscious Casey recognize that child as a new child for another family. They came to head in reincarnated in the same circle, and he was able to reassure himself that yes, in fact, there is reincarnation must have made them feel better. It made him feel a lot better. And then more and more often as he got older, and I'm sure you know, this he had waking psychic experiences. So it was was no longer. Just limited to him being sleep on the couch might he be reincarnated today in some human. There are so many people who claim to either be in communication with Edgar Casey or be the reincarnation of education. We have a formula before it. But there I have spoken to many of these people, and I have yet to encounter anyone who I think is in fact education you've heard of David Wilcock right known David for years. I've spoken to him. I've told him around he was in Virginia Beach for about six months when David was around. Edgar Evans, Agar tasty youngest son was still alive. I introduced him to many people, and I'm convinced David has psychic talent. But I'm just as convinced that he is not Edgar Casey right in Winfrey. Of course was the one world that book originally about David being the reincarnate. Edgar Casey, right? Right. Correct. But and it's not just David. There's lots of people who have experienced this thinking that they have the same kind of knows. Then they have the same receding hairline. Yeah. They do. They do. David. I'm sure David not too happy about that part. You know, there's a an interesting corollary when education was alive..

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"jim brough" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:16 min | 3 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On I tunes in the comedy top five on billboard comedy. He is kicking ass. He's taking the world by storm that he's L, buddy. The great Jim Breuer. Good morning. Jimmy. Hawaii Apollo K good. What are you guys doing? Well, I stopped texting you on the Philly's got to ten. How was that to watch ten? It was it was brutal. Tell you that. Well, you know, what actually actually it actually end in my night early. So I. Can even drop a deuce eilly drop, a deuce? I'm using clean in thirty seconds in and out came out. It was eight nothing occurred on the Allender. And you had a good night with the island or so they had a good Nate. Oh my God. Steven best Mets pitcher this year. Nothing. I'm going to bet on why? Well, maybe the and guy Smith the guy in the bag two run Homer. Double three run Homer. What? Happen. You money thrown you need a contract extension. The kid had a bad night says you had a bad night. You know, I gave us starts out calling. Jimmy, Vargas ERA is about fifteen Wheeler is about eight synagogue is about six to Graham is about four. So this pitching staff the best in baseball. They've all stunk all of them. This is what chiming nuts about baseball last year. You couldn't go and go anywhere. You can go to another country anywhere to buy a run the Mets were in in third world countries. Around here. By run now. The game pitchers. Can't. This is what drives you drives you. But Jim Bowie. Nut is still second second place in the N L east. I mean, maybe despairing just a little too early to say, maybe perhaps a listen when king games I learned from the past. I don't I don't get involved too. I I'm involved. But now, I know I don't get hopped up until may because the last few years. Last year. I was already buying Mets world Syria. Gig young. Yeah. Was yapping Yankee fan? That's true. So. Pinch for steroids. Right. Well, the good news is the Yankees stick to this seven to nine or ten at seven. They did win last night. So when you on stage on Friday night on my birthday and Saturday night on Adolf Hitler's birthday. The. Will you be some talk in the gym Breuer up? They're usually, however, probably be a little baseball talk. Because. I'm most Philly territory. Yes. You auto every every time I play Atlanta city. There's Philly shirts Yankee shirts nets shirts, while someone always shout something so I'll be well prepared for a little bit of baseball. But I don't like doing a lot of baseball because you know, it's like listen foreign language if you have no clue. Yeah. I'm a little shops go there little bit. It all depends. So when they they will shout like only line blondes down on Lincoln mode in Miami. And a two story Bernie, Jim the people sitting in the audience with throwing those little airplane vodka bottles, scotch bottles, a couple of clear plastic bags. I swear to God got thrown on the stage. So when you'll right there how the fans screen baseball. They throw anything at you. What do they do? Sure you. There's nothing thrown. Ardi is a different act that he likes. It's going to see the band slayer. No one's gonna be no one's gonna be sitting in their seats reading the pamphlet say, oh, Brad GARRETT'S gonna be here in may. And oh furniture Peters is coming. Yeah. Most likely did quite a pre-game before you showed up. So my crowd knows. I got my cross not gonna do that. When they. I also shut them down pretty quick if they shout things. It's never mean. Right. They'll they'll usually say something, and then I'll dress them to make them live duty and in a way in a roundabout manner. It's me basically, saying, hey, listen, I know your side to be here. But no, I got it tonight. I think I. Get everything you want. But you'll you'll get your listeners on your when you send you. Whatever you get you get it. Let me let me carry the show. Let me let me drive the ship senior eight fifteen in seven throw you gotta down to a science. No doubt. Jim. And by the way, live in Portland is number one on I tunes in comedy number one and top five on billboard comedy, Jim alive in Portland. Check that out Jim urine a list celebrity. No doubt. You're very very rich. You got a lot of money and you have you have three daughters. Easy easy. What are you worried about getting into a good college? Like all these recipe celebrities willing to bribe somebody no I come my kids, not to go to college. I'm not kidding. You like what? If I had if not rocket cash like the people that are that are getting caught doing it. Even need to go to you got money for the next twenty centuries. So why did you start liking buying island and start your own community? True. I wouldn't I tell my kids. Look, I didn't go to I went to college. I went there. I was present. 'cause my mom here's college to me. The biggest scam. One of the biggest scams. Agreed. It's not it's not the nineteen fifties. Where you go to school. You get it the Palme, and you work in the same place for forty years. Now, go to college and going debt for two hundred thousand dollars and then come out being intern for ten years America is so I rather give them fifty grand in a backpack. Say go figure. That's a good move. So that's of wisdom right there from Jim brough, Chuck Tim boon out this Friday and Saturday at the heart. Of course, again, the Bergen PAC June twenty ninth and his monthly show at the paramount coming up, April the twenty seventh. Always brilliant hilarious. Scrape a colon Jimmy will catch on the beach this weekend, bro. We love you. Thank you. They said take care. Thank you. Jim burrow, take a short break. More to come including the great actor Chazz Palminteri live in studio next hour. In.

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"jim brough" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"Ten for the Atlanta. What are they legends thirty eight and a half is the total Birmingham. You know, they don't strike me as the kind of team that you wanna lay a big number road. But Atlanta does saw the seam of the league think Memphis is. Well, I think I think this is the prime scenario, right? You have. First home game to you have a Birmingham team who's played two games. Both at home won both games, not in impressive fashion. Now, they're making them a road favorite against the team the Atlanta legends who haven't had a home game. He was like a great opportunity to take that seven points. Right. I like, I'm actually going Birmingham, minus seven solid Colby's even Chaki in the af it's great. I'm this is just. Memphis, plus fifteen show. We didn't we didn't talk. Well, that that's the that's probably going to be on there. Has please we forgot to mention it Lanta era zone in Salt Lake. They already played. Yes. That is. That's our first rematch straight have Austin Allen, though. No, no. I'm just saying it's already a rematch. So we're done with that game. And you're right. The revenge factor for Salt Lake makes it that much more interests all the the Sunday night game that we end with is also a rematch Sunday night football in the alliance of American football. This was this was the highest rated game was it when they played in San Antonio. I mean, the commanders have spot the fleet who knows maybe the maybe the chargers would just go they'll promote the fleet to the NFL and send the chargers down San Diego's hosting or on the road. Wait, no hosting San Antonio has the sandiego where the fleet or two and a half point favorites minus one thirty five on the money line. San Antonio is plus one fifteen the commanders. Seem to have a strong defense. They they held up strong for a bit. Jim brough, forty three and a half is the total. So this is the, you know, this is an intriguing rematch as well. I like watching the commanders. I was like I like the way they play. Yeah. They're good. I like the way they play value solid team. I it's just hard to not wanna just grab the home team's though. You know, I'm on the commanders here. Okay. I think looking my boy Philip Lindsey NFL Venezia Philip Nelson. I think he's definitely got the team, you know, the offense moving much better than prior the prior quarterback got blasted against San Antonio. And we won. But I think San Antonio's a complete team. And like I said, I think there's value in you going over to my daddy g and t taking to win the AFC championship. Wow. Yeah. I don't I don't mind Kobe's future play with the commanders. You may wanna weigh way too weak Kobe because I think this is where the fleet get their revenge. If you watch that first game, the fleet had a lot of opportunities did a points, and they even through that late hail Mary that the guy had in that. And that was with Burke of each e clearly having a concussion, listen. Concussions much as the next guy when he clearly had his bell rung and March left demand for the rest of they bring in a competent quarterback there, which they seem to have. I think it's different games. Carolina pirates. They're known to be winners in life. I'll take I'll take the fleet lane two and a half. I'm always scared about this in the two and a half at home..

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"jim brough" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"I should clarify belittle people who are in the gym who legitimately are just trying to get better. And they're not necessarily trying to be a Harto. I will never shame them people. Like, you just mentioned chaps, whoever Dickey's outfits or who are doing ridiculous, quote, unquote, functional workouts? Yes, I have no problem shaming them because you have to know everybody in the gym has their phone. You have to know that somebody is going to take a picture of you or a video of you and share it with their friends and just completely viscera you to no end. So I don't know how you do those sorts of things. Let your freak flag fly. I that Brown gym crunch that log do what you gotta do. I'm here for it. I don't mind watching those silky slap around. Okay. In the building. Good. Oh my goodness. So I wouldn't post somebody's face if they were out of shape, but getting in shape, I will post your face. However, and listen, all you active duty bubbas out there. If you have a bad barracks cut, this is gonna be newsy BT policy your face going on the account, and I will not take it down. Never. That is a promise if there's a bad barracks cut. It's going up if you're being Dushi Jim brough vet guy in boots and utes. It's going up. If you're not supposed to do. It's not gonna post it. If you are boats news again, I don't like that shit. It's going up in it will not come down that is a solitary promise from zero block thirty Chaffetz on proud of you. Well know proud you also proud of you for joining the gym and eliminating that excuse because so often I think the biggest excuse people use to go to the gym is the time element. And when you factor in travel, plus the time spent at.

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"jim brough" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"jim brough" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Calories where the storage burrito with extra rights tortilla. My God, man. Okay. Jim brough to you. You might match phone sits on a protein shakes when he records every week. So don't let's listen to Jim bro here. He's like rice. Correct. You messed up the beef. You get both kinds of beans. You definitely get the fajita veggies. You order chicken. Then once they give you chicken say, I want double me, and you pick your second meat chickens by far the best meat there. They have most seasonings. So you can go double chicken on that or feeling real good to get a little bit of the pork. Never get the Theriault. Not that good. You get extra PICO extra corn salsa lettuce. You're so solid. This. You are Shula song. Need to control yourself? Get your cheese on the side because you get an entire one of those plastic containers instead of just a little tiny dusting. And then if you're taking it home, you get another container to put Tabasco in. And you know that bad boy up with Tabasco mix it all up. You're good to go. And you're not gonna eat like I said, you're not gonna come out looking like a potato because you ate. Thousand or starch. That the court miss. You wanna put corn on your? No, remember when we started this talking about how we need to get it in and out of segments. Make sure we get on top of it. Stay in fault. This is obviously Mets fall. So Craig which which burrito bowl. Would you rather eat? I don't know tuned you guys about halfway through both of your processes. That's amazing. More importantly, whose food taste you usually aligned with more MIR tint yours victory moving on. We skip the question actually from we did. Oh, yeah. You can take that over. I'm not going to pronounce that name correctly. I think oh he ADA asks. How do you guys feel the defensive line? Compare gets the colts offense of line. They have done a great job of keeping look upright. So we actually basically answered it with who plays the most important role in slowing down the goats off its, but if there's anything you would like to add Matthew, I'm sure there's a lot you would like to add keep it short. Actually, I've just going to say, I don't think that I think brands Smith's been very good this year. I've missed his draft evil coming out. Not. Thank you this good. But watching him HALE he has met you were very high on him. Okay. I'll put that in there. So we're media is, bro. He was often gore. This show the past pro he now plays tackle in the NFL in. He somehow been very competent to good even press protection. But I think a guy with Ford speed and flexibility off the edge is going to give him trouble freight and doesn't have the greatest length does have the greatest feed if he's not getting help. I actually do think the deformed can have a good show success off the side. So that's where I think that she's can make up against the pass rush against this. Good pass walking offense of one. And. Yeah, that's that's basically it. And then we kind of covered it with who plays the most important role there. I do think the defensive line will have some success. I kind of feel like Ellen Bailey may just be a guy occupying blockers this week. It's just not a game that really fits his strength this week. You know, once we get onto future games here. I do think that he'll be able to have a little more effect on the game. But you might just be a guy making sure he doesn't get moved trying occupy some extra blockers up front and see if he can anchor to the best of his ability. All right. So we're going to enter the this is really not Xs and os. This is more about basically the history of the chiefs and the anxiety and all that good stuff..

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