35 Burst results for "K Brown"
Boston Celtics Trade Kemba Walker to Oklahoma City Thunder
"And an NBA trade of note Today, Kimber walkers sent From Boston to a okay. See with the number one pick for Al Horford. Moses Brown in a second round pick. Okay, see, taking the remainder of Walker's exorbitant
Mosquito-borne Encephalitis Virus Outbreak Enters 3rd Year
"May not be as severe as the threat of covid. But in a pre pandemic world, mosquitoes were the things to worry about. Just take a look back at 2019. That was an unprecedented year for the mosquito borne virus, infecting 12 people and killing three. We have not had that many cases in one year since the 50 that state epidemiologist Dr Kathryn Brown, and she says that we're still getting through a three year outbreak of Tripoli 2019 sinister than the first year of one of our three Your outbreak cycles and 2020 activity was also high. So we are planning for 2021 could be the third year of our outbreak by Paul the state began trapping and testing mosquitoes last week. Tim Don WBZ
Celtics Send Kemba Walker, 16th Pick to Thunder for Horford
"Report. A big trade in the NBA. The Boston Celtics are trading Kemba Walker and this year's number 16 overall draft pick and a 2025 2nd round pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder for a package that includes Al Horford, Moses Brown and a 2023 2nd round pick. Okay. See now has three first round picks in this year's
Admiral Michael M. Gilday Defends Racist Critical Race Theory for U.S. Navy
"Admiral Department of Defense undertook the stand down because they understand that extremism detracts from military readiness. So if sailors except Candies argument that America and the United States Navy are fundamentally racist. As you've encouraged them to do. Do you expect that to increase or decrease morale and cohesion or even recruiting into the United States? Navy? I do know this. Our strength is in our diverse Nobody said our strength is in our diversity You smell If our strength is in our diversity, Why are you proposing racist reading material? For our Navy. Candy. This is amazing. Kenny doesn't believe our strength is in our diversity. This is Marxism. They don't believe in diversity of thought. Diversity of anything If you disagree with them, whatever your race. Here is the enemy. He doesn't believe in diversity. In fact, as I've explained before it as well discuss much greater length in about three weeks. They reject Martin Luther King. They reject the civil rights movement. They reject Brown versus Board of Education. That's what Derek Bell taught. One of the more modern So called icons of critical race theory. And this admiral is pushing this pushing it.
Bring Your Application Dream Into Reality With Software Architect Calvin Brown
"So talk to me a little bit about going from concept to actual application development. I think that a on a side projects we you know. We've all sort of thought about them. And then there's also the idea of you know speaking out and figuring out what's going to be realistic for you to develop. How do you help. Companies go from. Here's this basic idea in to what's actually reality so you hit the nail on the head used the word spec. That's really important. What we do is we jot down. Your ideas. put them an essay. We really just wanted to make sure that they all fit together. We've had some of the wildest conversations about putting all the wrong things together before so this is a really important step is just having a conversation. You feeling good about do all of these pieces world together. Once we get that together we right. What's called the specification. Really short beautiful document says this is the user journey in using a product if there are any user sometimes not and once we do that that determines timeline and cost like how long it will take the do it costs than we basically place you on the calendar and say hey. This is the day this get started. If it's something like an app we have this beautiful thing that we do actually able to allow clients to see as we worked on the daily so you literally get it on your phone as we push new change able to see it so it's things like that as we walk you through. Guide you through the steps of your product. One of the interim steps before that his we visually lay it out so you can actually see feel touch it particularly if it's an app websites we don't do as many anymore but sometimes have needs but being able to see it and feel it makes it real. That's when you make your changes when it's really easy to do that. And then we go into implementation. The software part fun part the part. I don't get to spend as much time with anymore. That i'm sad about but that's apart part. We build it out just connecting all the pieces and then you haven't brought him we roll it out and you play your updates. Say hey this. Mvp is what we want our clients to use a new move from will add these additional features. At this time. We plan it out and it's a really smooth and easy process as long as a client understands what they're building beyond that we really have very few problems with it because of the way that we do it kinda slow in the beginning and then it's go time once we know what we're building
The Importance Of Creating Space For Minorities In Tech and Marketing
"Calvin welcome to the mar tech podcast. Thanks for having pleasure to have you as a guest. I appreciate you reaching out and honestly appreciate you for multiple reasons. One the subject that you've brought up his one that i feel like a lot of people wanna talk about an honestly aren't really sure how to talk about. And it's how to create space for minorities and marketing. And so most everybody that reaches out to me to be a guest on the show whilst talk about dsp's or software or branding and you actually have a real world topic in the real world. Things that are happening today happens to be the one year anniversary of the unfortunate and tragic murder of george floyd so feel like today's the best day to talk about minorities and your experience as a black man in technology. Tell me about why isn't important for marketers specifically to think about creating space for minorities in tekken and marketing. It will thanks for the question that it is unfortunate. That today has to be day right. The one year anniversary of a person's death but sometimes these opportunities present themselves the have a conversation about these things even though it's not easy from a marketer's perspective. You have to understand that i've been doing this in tech since ninety six about twenty six years and it still surprise so i go. Wow guys in tech loses some form of new building. It's happening having been around that period of time and so when it comes to marketing and what things look like marketing kinda shapes the view the way that people see products way people see industries. I would say now if you think of the tech industry because so much worse outsource now you think india you think silicon valley those types of things but there is an enormous black population. I myself have a group of. I think it's eleven or twelve hundred people. now. I haven't checked lately but called blackman coating was just kinda codifies a group of individuals just to say. Hey we're here and they have all these amazing talents and there's no space right now for that to even exist because you have all of these kinds of disparate individuals who may work for companies. But there's no groups are. There's no organizations that support that so martyrs creating space for that to even make it a reality would be similar to anything else that you see didn't exist until you saw it on. Tv sorted ads. Things like that so it helps to shape the dynamics and it helps to bring more balanced to thanks. There's just different things at different cultures. Bring any industry
Interview With the Rusty Pilot, Pat Brown
"What's up. Wally bobby how are you. I'm great at this week. We are all about the rusty pilot with us again on the show. Two-time guest pat brown the texas. You can fly ambassador. Welcome back to the show pat. Thanks bob appreciate over three. Pardon me this is number three visit for this is number three or visit than the live show and now rusty pilot so pats men a friend in a i would call him a co worker through through the flight school that i own and recently we had the opportunity to rusty pilot seminar together. We did and i learned a lot as a not so rusty pilot. But someone who doesn't get fly all the time and thought to be a great opportunity to put together a show. Maybe two parts depending on how long this conversation goes to talk about. How do we get a lot of aviators back into the right seat. Left seat if they have been flying in a while pat. You do this all the time. What what are some of the things that you would like to share with people that are out there that may have not flown in a year or more. Well you know. I think Obviously i worked for a oh. Pa so that's going to be the first top of mind thing and the rusty pilot program that we that we offer It we can We do a number of seminars. every month These are webinars right. Now we're back to doing live things but that would be the the primary first of all decide that you want to get back in the air and then take advantage of the rusty pilots seminar. Because that provides you the minimum that sixty one dot fifty-six which is the regu- talks about flight reviews. That's the that requires that takes care of the minimum one hour of ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it.
Episode 145: For Those About to Roth - burst 07
"That's how you have to talk of your asshole like a legitimate astle lake because your lips grow kind of unless like you're an asshole. Then you just like flappy very breath. They're just constantly seeping out at old. Luther always out of breath Does yoga assholes. I've worked very crude. Older else will be looking. Yes you must don't and make brown amazon conversation. That was
Texas Says It Will Build Border Wall With Mexico
"More this week about a bold plan in Texas to build a border wall. Texas has born the brunt of relaxed border enforcement, with authorities interdicting more than 170,000 illegal migrants Monthly. Now governor Greg Abbott says the Texas Legislature plans to spend a billion dollars of its own money. To increase enforcement. Outside of federal involvement, the ability to arrest will be enhanced. By building border barriers. Some of these border barriers will be will be built immediately. Evan Brown Fox News
Finding Europe in America
"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick
Chicago Police Officer Charged in Capitol Insurrection
"A police officer in Chicago is facing charges in the U. S. capitol riot in January prosecutors say Carol Cheswick broke into and damage the office of Oregon senator Jeff Merkley and texted photos of himself inside while wearing a police department sweat shirt after telling someone he was going to Washington to save the nation Chicago police superintendent David Brown calls it up a trail of everything we stand for R. O. the law brown says Chadwick was relieved of duty he was on medical leave in Chicago on the day of the riot brown says the fact an officer is charged with an attack on American democracy makes my blood boil makes me sick to my stomach a federal magistrate ordered Cheswick released on bond I'm a Donahue
Walter Devron Hill Charged With Murder in Deaths of Gwinnett Brothers
"A suspect and the Gwinnett County jail with no bond and connection to a Lawrenceville double homicide earlier this year. WD US TERROR. Brawley has details. Manta Journal Constitution reports 28 year old Walter Devran Hill was arrested and charged Wednesday in the deaths of 28 year old Darius Miles and 21 Year old Christopher Smith. The two were reportedly shot to death as they were sleeping on March 28th their mother, Tyrion. Brown told the A. J. C that investigators secured enough evidence for hills arrest about two weeks ago. Authorities later located and arrested Hill into Cap
Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe
"Is my recipe for penny pasta with corn shrimp and avocado. So you're going to take one and a half cups of penny pasta. Penne pasta works really well with this. You know pasta. There's lots of different shapes. Obviously but penny works really well with this one pound of fresh shrimp cleaned one half of an avocado one cup of fresh corn. No if you can't get fresh frozen we'll do but fresh is available now so check it out. And if you're anywhere near pennsylvania check out our delicious fresh pennsylvania corn three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil one fresh lemon one clip of garlic parsley taste. So just about a small handful of fresh parsley. You're going to chop that up now. This ingredient is optional. A quarter cup of dry white wine. Salt to taste peppered its haste You're going to boil the water for the pasta when the water comes to a rolling boil at the pasta and cook it according to the directions on the box. I always tell everyone when you're buying dry pasta. Usually the the company that makes it knows exactly how many minutes that pasta should cook to be al dente. Of course you have to taste because not everyone's Electric ranges or gas ranges. Or whatever you using to cook this on are all the same so you know even though it gives you a time to cook the pasta. Make sure you taste the pasta before you take it out of the water but the pasta should be al dente. Cut the avocado into small cubes and place it in a dish. Of course you're going to appeal the avocado and take out the nut in the middle. Then you're going to cut it into small cubes. Place it in the dish. The lemon juice is squeezed. That on top of the avocado does not get brown. You're going to set that aside. Clean the shrimp plays two tablespoons of olive oil in a saute pan and Heat that then. You're going to place in the shrimp that has been puled in clean and saute for one minute. I'd in the white wine saute that for about four minutes you know not too long because shrimp can get rubbery and until all the liquid has just about evaporated. You're going to remove that from the heat and set that aside. Drain your pasta. By this time. The pasta should be done. Drain the pasta. Well at the pasta into the saute pan with shrimp ad in the avocado cubes. The fresh corn another tablespoon of olive oil. And you're going to toss and serve this immediately while it's still warm
The Connnection Between AG Barr's Departure and China's Blackmail on Biden, Congress Officials
"As well and tell me if you can see what's going on. So I look at the next article. It's from Axios. It says exclusive. Suspected Chinese spy targeted California politicians Bethany Allen and Zach Dorfman. He said. Look at the date which for those of you watching on Fox Nation home, I highlighted right there. There you go. Bam! Wrestling by paper flip there. The date on that is December 8th of 2020. Mhm. I still wasn't picking it up. I said Yes. Send me what else? What else yet? He said, I want to look at this one more. This third article. Maybe now it'll all start to make sense. Third article, CNN, Evan Perez, Pamela Brown federal criminal investigation and a hunter. Biden focuses on his business dealings in China. I was like, Yes, yes, I think I got. Would I picking up what you're putting down right now? The fighting 279. I'm getting it Daddio, he said. Look at the date on the CNN piece about Hunter Biden in China. There's a common thread here. It's December 10 2020. Mm. Checking out the dates of these seemingly unrelated events. My source says to me. I think there's something there. Is it possible that on the way out the door Before Bill Barr resigned. In December of 2020. He obviously knew he was going to leave, probably as early as November, if not earlier. Is it possible that Bill Barr New China had a 47 FT High stack of blackmail paperwork on Hunter Biden, Eric Swalwell and maybe other members of Congress. Oh Oh oh, He's like You think these dates are just one big
The Illogical Teaching of Critical Race Theory
"Way in which voter suppression policies are disproportionately disenfranchising. You know, black brown and indigenous people, but it's also disenfranchising and making it harder for white people to vote. It's making it harder for all of us to vote, you know, in these states That you understand that's totally completely made up. None of that is true. None of that is true. So his justification for promoting racist discrimination against white people through critical race theory just to be clear. The logic is, it's good to teach people to be racist against white people and to classify them as oppressors. Because we're helping them because their votes are suppressed. Just read to you The headline from the 2020 census census dot com. Despite pandemic challenges, 2020 election had largest increase in voting between presidential elections on
Episode 216 The Yarn Wall - burst 03
"I just posted actually my personal page. It was a bunch of lunchbox metal lunchbox Back in the eighties enough. And i didn't have one. I think it was one of those things that i wish i could have. Had the only the cool had in here. I am brown bagging. Wishing that i could be as cool as somebody with a metal lunch pail. Yep would you have ghostbusters or possibly m- ask you know mask the like transformers or the the how. Now you're not talking about eric. Stoltz nano not share them on my god. Sam elliott and eric stoltz with giant. Was that kid's name ricky. Or here's good don't remember hissy his mug on a service. Yeah i i no longer want. This
Neurosurgery and Poetry With Paul Kaloostian
"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast. I have a wonderful guest today who we were just talking. And i have a lot of questions dr paul collusion. Who is a neurosurgeon. And he's going to talk about the brain and addiction and all the different parts of that. And what's going on up there. So paul please introduce yourself. We'll good morning. Thank you so much have me. I'm a big fan of yours and i may neurosurgeon. I deal with a wide variety of problems affecting the brain the spinal cord and variety of our nerves throughout our body of work in for about seventeen years now and the brain has really been such. A fascinating oregon. Just i remember going through training and going through my first few surgeries where the skull was opened up. The the covering of the brain was opened up at you see the actual pulse ation of the brain and the structure of Always fascinated me and to this day. I mean it's just It's really all inspiring and really is so important that we really understand our brain. Our spinal cord functions in really become more appreciative of what they do for us on a daily basis. The question i want to ask is how do you say you know. I'm going to be a neurosurgeon. How did that happen. And how did you start to kind of this is what i what interests me. Yeah first thing that came from a family of physicians. So honestly i think medicine was in was in my dna so to speak sitting at the dinner table. I mean that's what we spoke about. Dna all the time and my brother and sister also physicians as well. But i do recall. A course i took it. Brown university in rhode island was a introductory neuroscience course that was taught by a wonderful professor who actually wrote the textbook used in. That was my first introduction to how our brain spinal cord function we literally learned about the sales of the brain and spinal cord what these cells do how they function newbies. So amazed if you just looked at these books and research articles on how this once a single cell of the brain has so many different functions within it.
Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies
"A new oregon law allows a native students to where feather on their cap for graduation ceremonies kale. Cc's brian bull. Has many native students have worn eagle or turkey feathers or their cap and gown for years but added ornament was never formerly assured until the sierra the oregon legislature a bill that governor brown then signed in may brenda brainard is director of the four j. natives program which supports native american culture and learning in eugene area schools. The fact that students can incorporate their culture into their graduation for themselves and for their community is just wonderful. Only native american students who practice and celebrate their culture is seen by supporters as a way to promote academic achievement and improve retention and graduation rates for national native news. I'm brian bowl.
"k brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"They got the yardage that like the random yardage that the offense of lyman ran and then plus fifteen yards twenty yard field goal. Lose it on the last play of the game. Forty two thirty nine and there's a forty one yard play that lateral so so lucky. It was also also the faculty to get that many blame dwayne for celebrating their. Yeah no exactly but this is just one of those stereo typical losses that as a browns fan. Just tears your heart because you will that close and it almost almost lost technicality. You know team week. One start the season really well was just finding creative ways to lose games. you know. we'll just losing regular normally get your aspect. Whatever but to get a sack that was it actually a sack with a flick with a run with a penalty attack don. It's just just silliness in two thousand hundred. Cleveland browns team that went nine and seven nuts where they made the playoffs played. The pittsburgh steelers lost thirty six thirty three in the game. Greg talked him but they win. they were. They opened the season with that win. Maybe there are ten and six maybe They're not playing the wildcard. Maybe they're playing second round the playoffs. You know who knows you never know what could have been but because as we all know not. A fan of referees referee zandi not a fan of referees out as a browns fan may be the worst loss in browns. History is against jacksonville in two thousand and one week. Fourteen browns sitting at five hundred six six looking to keep their playoff hopes alive looking at try. Get in the playoffs for the first time in a long time down. Fifteen to ten sixty eight seconds left in the game. Browns are driving greg's boy. Tim couch tim sofa. Tim said he whatever you'd like to call them. Looks like he appears to complete a three yard. Throw to quincy morgan on fourth and to jacksonville. Twelve setting up first and goal right clocks tick tick tick tick tick tick couch. Hurries everybody to lines spikes ball boom after we spikes the ball terry mcaulay the the head referee signals that the morgan completion before the spike is under review. Even though and dude at the rule is yeah once another player has run the play before. Care like it's over. That's you've seen teams like the patriots start running re running as soon as a questionable. 'cause we runs up and just like tries to run a play real quick to to get that second playoff before the play can be reviewed. This exactly what happened. But the referees reasoning is that the replay booth buzzing before the spike play was run but he had to confirm it with another official. That the buzz. It happened before the play was run. And so of course this being the browns. They reviewed the play.
"k brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"No there's no fair weather fans in cleveland browns are. There's no fairweather. No no it wouldn't be leaving a game no matter how bad they be one thousand two wildcard. Remember this one of the only playoff games on this list your steelers endings. Thirty six thirty three down. Twenty four seven comeback twenty nine points nineteen minutes in the game. The browns are up twenty four seven with gord in the third quarter as tough. It's one of those early. Two thousands playoff gains fields. all muddy. everyone says browns-steelers smash mouth. They just they were up. Led the whole game and chris format to ma five hundred and twenty seven yard scrimmage no touchdowns in the regular season in the whole season. Last fullback is one bad foul. He had he has more apostrophes in his last name than he had touchdowns on the season. He has more than one pasta. Yeah that's what i'm saying. And then he's the one that's going to score the touchdown and then ran tom and l. frozen two point conversion to see what's neutral browse never even snuff unbelievable whole contra for like four hundred yards in that game though he did and they some tom. There's a bunch of chipping before the before the game started as well is just. It was just tough especially the playoffs. You know it makes it so much. Yeah i mean because some of these are big blowouts. Some of them are are like will. So which would you say is worse getting blown out. Even if it's at home on monday night or europe big and you you lose in comeback fashion like a twenty eight to three. Yeah i think you lose big. You know because that's worse it's all sort of blend together eventually and it's really painful losses that stick with you right. Yeah okay. that's what i'm saying. Yeah and especially. I think it adds more to when it's the playoff game as well off the playoffs either. Both of those are worse than the playoffs are worse in both of those. You know just in general. Because i don't think this'll be a top ten loss if if it was in the playoffs. It's just another. They lost nineteen the loss of twenty four seven lead. It's worse their next game on the list. Two thousand one week. Eight chicago bears in overtime. Twenty seven twenty one. I remember this game up. Twenty one seven one minute to play air score thirty seconds left recovered the onside kick sensing trend here and then convert a thirty four yard. Hail mary as time expires title. Game tight right but it gets worse like so. Let's put this senator perspective. You're leading twenty one seven with a minute to play sixty seconds and you're.
"k brown" Discussed on First Take
"Hello everybody stephen a. It's not just friday to fill friday all. How are we doing this morning. Good to see you both. We have plenty to talk about max. Stephen a. m. molly morning guys. Let's get right to it because we got a lot of football and we have a lot of nba as well. I want to start with the cleveland. Browns as stephen just mentioned so they're now eight and three Their second in the division behind the steelers currently the five seed in the afc playoff picture. They've won their last three stephen as sunday. They face tennessee. So tell me this. I will start with you. Do you finally believe in baker in the browns brown. I'm not sure. I believe baker mayfield. I think bart scott earlier this morning on get upset at best. There's no quarterback who's done less with more than baker mayfield. The jury is still out about him. We know that they're eight and three. But we also know that this only complete in twenty one sixty one percent of his passes only thrown for twenty one hundred yards over the first ten eleven games or so so. When i look at it from that perspective seventeen touchdowns seven interceptions nothing to sneeze at per se. Nothing that blows you away. But he's not born in abundance of interceptors. We'll give him credit for that but look it what he has. He's got nick. Chubb and kareem hunt at the running back spot even with odell beckham julia going. You still got jarvis landry in the crew and hooping those boys so you've got a multitude of weapons. Kevin stefanski deserves a lot of credit Because of how he's he's basically kept kept baker mayfield contained per se and utilize of assets around them and it just basically asked baker mayfield not to lose the damn game and to his credit. He hasn't let's everybody that outside when they lost their last game was against the las. Vegas raiders a game in which they only put up six points the entire game. Since that time they be in the houston texas. We know what struggles they have had. Even though the shawn watson has been lights out and then after that they've played the eagles and they played the jacksonville jaguars so let's pump the brakes and not act. Like oh my lord. There eighty three. It's something special going on in cleveland. The quality of competition that you have taken that you have taken out does have something to do with that as well and so i look legally. Do i believe in baker. No do i believe in the browns year. That's where i'm at with their right now but only a little bit. They'll make the playoffs. I don't expect them to make any noise to be very clear. Well i don't know what you're arguing. Are you arguing that you don't believe in them because you made the argument the end there the the jaguars by two points under a field goal eagles by five points under a touchdown and the texans who examined at the time by a field goal. That's how they started winning games. I do not believe in the browns. And it's because i don't believe in baker mayfield and it took me a while to get there with baker. I held out hope for baker. But he doesn't do anything special. You can throw the ball well enough. He can read a defense well enough. You can move well enough but nothing really stands out and so he can be a good enough quarterback but a good enough quarterback to win a super bowl. No i don't think so. He needs a whole lot around him. I don't think he's good enough to win the whole thing and in fact the two divisional games. He played the destroy. They got screwed by baltimore week. One they got destroyed by pittsburgh when it looked like maybe they can be coming though. I don't believe in the browns for the reasons you pointed out. I don't believe in the browns and it's because like maybe if you replace baker with a better quarterback i've maybe i would think yeah. Actually they do have a couple of good backs and with odell. here's an example of. It's not a matter of addition by subtraction. It's a matter of separating. Two players. Baker mayfield is better off without odell because they have zero chemistry and i know dallas way better off without baker so like you saw the team kind of come together when there wasn't an issue zero chemistry issue between the quarterback and the wideout. But you're right landry left. He can he can. He's really good receiver and they got a couple of excellent running backs and they got a good enough defense with some big time playmakers if it weren't for baker maybe i would believe in them but bakers on the team. He's only okay. And so. I don't well i would say this. The reason i'll say i'll do is because again to win in the playoffs. You gotta have a defense. He got have a running game. And when you look at the browns defense particularly ability to get to the quarterback especially myles garrett in there. Obviously that's formidable. And then when you combine that with chubb and kareem hunt especially says chavez been back you see what he's been able to do i'm just of the mindset that when you look at them right now you simply can't ignore what this guy is going to bring to the table. Their last three games. They're three game winning streak. He's rushed for one hundred and twenty six yards hundred fourteen yards and then last week against jacksonville hundred and forty four yards. Averaging at least five point seven yards in each game a carrion each game. nick chubb. is that do. This brother is something special. And so when you look at it from coming out of the backfield you can take that kind of gain into onto the road or even at home. You know off of lake erie inclement weather if you can run the football and you can defend you can do some things particularly to get to the postseason to be a potent threat to somebody else. So in that regard. I say yes again. I don't believe in baker mayfield. Either but i do believe that that defense could get to the quarterback and i do believe that run game will go. Wherever the team goes they can be at home. They can travel on the road. The running game. We'll be there for them. The combination of the two makes me say them. Excuse me. I believe that this team could get to the playoffs and obviously they can make a little bit of noise. Potentially i just don't believe in baker mayfield. That's why i don't use them as super bowl quality somehow someway. I think that he'll olds around it up because in the polls defense will say let's make baker mayfield beat us the browns have benefited from a very very very soft schedule and in fact even some teams that started playing better later on in the season weren't playing well when the browns faced them a texans for example earlier in the season washington. Who's played better recently. So these are bad teams that the browns faced when those teams were bad. But you'll even look at like the bengals earlier in the season. They think when. I was a one score game against cincinnati. They're just they don't win by very much when they do and when they do win. It's almost always against a bad team. The colts early on is probably their best win of the season. Another team that's played better as the season wore on. Look what's coming up now for them. The titans this week then the ravens extensively. I mean you would think the ravens be healthy after quarterback and players backed by then the giants who have also played better as the season's gone on then they have a gimme against the jets and then the steelers so it's not exactly a murderers road coming up. Because the browns seasonal schedule whole season schedule was soft but it is a tougher part of their schedule. I expect them to lose at least two of those games and i don't expect them to get a win. The play-offs max out will tell you this. I think that you being a little bit hard. On cleveland when it comes to the softest of this schedule because you got to remember the schedule to set before the season is played. Obviously so who do they have. They got the pittsburgh steelers twice. They've got the baltimore ravens twice. they're going up against the. Nfc south tennessee. Titans were in the afc title game. The indianapolis colts were expected to do some decent things that she is. Well and We didn't know houston going struggle. The way that they did. But the shawn watson has been ball so when you look at that and then you've got them the nfc east. We didn't expect the cowboys and eagles to beat is bad and so when i look at it from that perspective. Yeah you got the giants and you've got to watch the redskins okay. That's two games. All right you look at the afc south. You got jacksonville. That's the third game or right. You look at cincinnati two games against them even though it's in your division okay. That's five games. you still got cincinnati on scarfs. Are you still got tennessee on his schedule. Baltimore schedule you already lost. Do you got the jets and the giants we get all of that but for the most part you were expecting these guys I don't i viewed his schedule as being weak at all the teams ended up not being on their game the way we anticipate as opposed to..
"k brown" Discussed on Talking Junk
"Same year, he landed a rose in Max on the series, two of the kind and Nelson and Jamie Foxx show. Quite a familiar name in the TV. World Brown made several shows like Malcolm and Eddie friends and foes his acting in safe harbor one nomination for best performance in the TV award. Winning, awards as a kid. Easy. Like is not man is towns that you could say that by now he's working his way to be In the year two thousand Orlando was cast in the movie. Perfect game also voiced the role of little boy in the Tangerine. Bear. Never, seen that either to the honors me neither only things. Started on these things in two thousand, one Orlando Brown began his long and most successful association with Disney after making an appearance in Lizzy. McGuire. Voice the role of sticky web on the animated. TV series too the proud family. He was Cornelius fillmore more on the animated series. Fillmore. And Brown also made several appearances as himself on express yourself. A little edgy is those little shorts between the Disney shows that they used to give. Those. Details. All amendments that will lead the Disney channel on while the actors cemented his legacy when he was cast his most famous role that of Edward Eddie, Thomas on Disney channel's Popular Sitcom. That's so raven from two thousand, three to two thousand, seventeen, right the role won him an outstanding young performer in a TV series award at the Young Artists Awards in two, thousand five. Events are. So you WANNA say about. Only, eighty seven. A eighteen. He said when he got home, he was around fifteen i. Thirteen Sixteen Yard No. We fifteen sixteen, you know who look? Yeah. All of us just worrying about the. Same scenario for him. Disney. Disney is while on the interview last. Interview, Vlad TV flat accent. The same question he said you know. I guess you'd have to fill out multiple forms being with Disney's like, no, it's just one big contract and they got what's You know it's just one you can't do shit. They have to uphold the image. So you basically has to live either in your house really or on their set there's no between you can't do anything. You can't have a socialite in between that. So. You have to. You have to buy by that contract by by by contract that will make me go crazy. I don't know. WHO's to say that living in the dark isn't the best way to live. A me for you. Though that million reassume are. After that, Raven, he did have other movies like he was in American Batboy in Twenty fifteen bloody hands in two thousand sixteen and he had a little cutoff in. A little cameo in. Straight OUTTA COMPTON. His mother movie bill are still up. You. Then that is a dessel readings. Deals. Your pants. Down but still even though we don't know him from those roles, a lot of people do. It was a popular name in his time. And right after that. So Raven arguably that is when everything went down. At the end of that. So Raven his first arrests happened in twenty seven for possession of marijuana. So. it didn't steak Edition just finishing contractor is a regular. From. Letting us that right Dual Dual we are registered. Get ready for that. Ready get ready for the roller coaster ride. That is Orlando Brown because that my friend is right there. The only thing that is smooth sailing. Because two thousand eight, Brown went missing. Disappeared without a word. Why Twenty old guy will miss it. We will miss enough from Tuesday morning to Wednesday afternoon. You stated you just from one day they're just. Looking for what come on. Like one. he's. He just he just hopped off the face of the earth he didn't let nobody know he went on a binge I think his baby Mama interview said that it was a week day he went away. But from what I could find from the reports said, he was only gone for a day. And he was quoted in saying it was wrong me not safe for my manager about whereabouts especially when I'm so routine, I'm big on communication, but I felt lost and needed to get away Brown then went on to say he was upset at how he was. He was as entertainers as so suspected at times after incident at the nightclub where he had expected to open an headline to act. I felt that that was my chance to prove that I was talented and I was really excited. Brown said when I was told that I couldn't perform that really hurt a guy a bid overwhelming and I needed to be alone. So he was supposed to He was supposed to headline I mean excuse me who's supposed to open for a headlining act at a club. And at the last minute, they cancel long. So He's In the same year he tried to get a deal. I think it said went millennium records or Millennia some luthor and. Tracks out he's trying he's trying, but it's not. It's not panning out because in the interview with the record label, they asked him you know. Who's your favorite rapper? He said pock parks my favorite rapper. As good answer. Good answer the hurry while the record label thing. So they said Oh we thought she was going to say we'll Smith he said yeah. Well, I like will Smith to my favorite overall rappers superstar. Allen. You're. A mega lighting right now. In, any hip hop discussion lack somebody who's your favorite rapper Nobody in the history. Said we'll Smith. Recipe. Not taking away anything for. Love. We'll leave now. Leave the car was Smith Debates Jada. Pinkett. But knows. Well. We'll. We'll. We'll leave the whole. That whole affairs to them? What we're to talk about his Orlando Eating get the deal he thinks because of that. So now he's spiraling he's trying to be himself he can't be himself. It's hard. You know what? I mean in two thousand eleven the twenty three zero actor was driving with his pregnant girlfriend at the time of the arrest late Friday on August two, thousand eleven. TBS affiliate KCBS reports according to TMZ police thought Brown's car in front of his home because it did not have a license plate once they approached the CAR Bay founded detected a small amount of alcohol police immediately administered field sobriety test,.
"k brown" Discussed on KGO 810
"Some is been closely collaborating with Jay Inslee up in Washington and K. brown in Oregon he suggested the three governors developed the reopening process and protocol they will outline tomorrow I don't know I have to tell you I don't know whether I think it's right to loosen any bounds at this point some said the discussion with the organ washing governors about metrics for re opening the economy we'll begin I rather work began last week four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten who has the power governors the president does it matter to you does it the governors on the east coast on the west coast are not declaring war on Donald Trump but they are asserting their power to determine what we do in our own states on a question of public health four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten what do you think do you agree or disagree with the president or the governor's president doesn't have a power to impose anything governors across six states in the northeast from Rhode Island Delaware we we listen to their conference call this morning to discuss cooperation I want to know how you feel about and one more thing the president denied that he is considering firing Anthony Fauci if you fire felt she there would've been a war against this president by millions of Americans I want to know how you feel about it by the way New York has surpassed the ten thousand dollars or ten thousand deaths from covert nineteen the state of New York is responsible for most half of more than twenty two thousand in the United States so far who died New York New Jersey jerseys lost two thousand three hundred and fifty by the way the sailor assigned to the coronavirus stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt he died of complications from covert nineteen there been at least five hundred ninety five confirmed infections on the ship I want to know how you feel about this and it's not just us France's national coronavirus lockdown will continue until may eleventh at least and then maybe they'll talk about some partial release Canadian officials are calling for curbs on travel for sixteen hundred Ontario Canada nurses who work in US hospitals yep that's right four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten what's most interesting about this for me is the power of a president of the United States yesterday was April twelfth Harry Truman became president of the United States and I want you to know that Harry Truman was a great president M. the decisions he made have incredible consequences when I became president he wrote to his mother and sister the moon and stars and all the planets that fall on the shoulders I want you to understand very clearly that Harry Truman measured up Donald Trump is no Harry Truman so let me ask you the question governors are teaming up to decide when to lift the coronavirus restrictions the White House says the president won't fire found she governors on the east coast on the west coast asserting their right and the right of their states to determine what to do in this crisis what do you think when the president said tomorrow four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten I'm John Rothman right here on KGO KGO hi.
"k brown" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"More of my conversation was Sterling K. Brown I time walking through Washington Square Park you from the Mid West and you see like rake dances. You see people playing music you see the old dudes playing chess. You got the students coming from nyu cutting through like sort of this magical vast Cornucopia of people spilling into an all these different things like this is New York City. Like I'm in it dude. I love cut through any excuse that could to cut rushing square park. Yeah always took. It might get offered a few things he hadn't heard of before I don't know that's experience. I think the West fourth stop is over that way until we get off on West fourth line lived in Brooklyn and cut through here to get to school and it was just. I talked about people watching what I mean like. This is a place where you watch until everybody's watching now. This is a good moment because years ago school. Watch other people absolutely and now everybody in the spark is watching you kinda crazy. Yeah it's Kinda crazy every once in a while. I fool myself into thinking that I'm still an incognito event but then there's like people stop and they pull out the camera I guess I guess not anymore cameras out. I don't think our nine anymore. What do what do you feel though when you come back to New York and you get to walk around and revisit some of these places that were so foundational for you. I remember the post that the city offers right like it's a city that has heartbeat right. And you start to walk differently. I move faster. We're like a sense of purpose when I'm New York City and I love that hustle right in La. Is this kind of like you sitting in your car. And you're talking on your phone and your chilling but like you won't pick people to like whereas La you have to plan tonight people right but you can just walk around like a minute when I because it's walking culture your access to people you feel more connected in New York City that you do anywhere else in this country. Yeah subway to subway do all the time. And my publicist freaks out is like why is he taking the subway? I'm like because it's my right eye one of the people. I can take the subway anytime I want to go for a walk and I'm like I'm putting my hood on. It's GONNA be okay. I do feel like you said this. New York's a little bit better though like they might just give you like a man. What's The walking keep walking? Hey love you on the show. Thanks a lot appreciate it. It's pretty easy here and I see famous people on the subway all the time and they don't get that's right so it's it does give you a bit more latitude but I'm always surprised especially for this is us. You think people are more jaded or not so cool like they're more cynical in New York. This huge fans everywhere. Every shows got a really beautiful. And do you get the tears in person? They come up. Do they see you. They remember an episode. That WanNa talk about the show. I'll get to hear some person and then I can i. Can I hug you and I'll be like yeah man? I'm down for the hug and we just squeeze it. Sometimes they hold on. I was like all right. We they like and then they're like. Oh that's the power of your show. That's the work. That's the power to shop power to show its reliability when people they see you and no you recognize a part of themselves in You. Just want to share that. Yeah Yeah thank you got it right on my huge thanks to Sterling K. Brown for a great conversation and again my gratitude for his opening up about such personal stories and details of his own life and Childhood and also for showing us around his old stomping grounds. His latest film waves is in theaters now and frozen two hits theaters on November. Twenty Second Maggie. Your big viewer of this is US I am. I know when my wife has it on and I come in. They're always I was GONNA say yes. Yep that's pretty much it it's I think somebody called it once or they said you know America just needs a good cry out so what happens is like it's just sometimes you just need that and it's that's that's a perfect show for it as he says in the interview. There's something in that show for everyone going relations something relating somebody Maggie. Thank you very much again. Management says changes things on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast. My thanks as always to all of you for tuning in this week..
"k brown" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Of The Sunday. Sit Down podcast. My thanks as always for clicking and listening along with US my guest. This week is another good one. I think actor Sterling K. Brown you know of course as one of the stars of the hit. Nbc Show. The people have to watch with a full box of tissues. This is us the tear jerker now in its fourth season. An amazing cast of which Sterling K. Brown is an Emmy and Golden Globe winning member joining me now is always the producer of this fine podcast and the producer of these sterling k. Brown interview for this week Maggie Law. Hey Maggie before we get to the important business of this interview the more important. It's more important as we spoke last. Maggie law.
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"k brown" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"As I have Farrand I think change was appropriate to build things the way I want things to be built. Now I'm never a fan of firing coaches midseason I on a human level but I think it's a competitive thing here. They WANNA be available so so so let's say harbaugh was available. The college seasons all but override except for a bowl game so I think enjoy the do it for competitive reasons in the marketplace. Sure but let's keep it real these conversations that are made on that level start before any moves are made so like somebody has harbaugh's number. That's really the thing. Look some coaches it. Just because you know coaching fraternity won't have a conversation with you about taking a position until the position is open so if that is the case that's that's a fact like some people won't even take your phone call like I'm not going to talk to you about taking a job. That isn't vacant. I've heard about so if that's the situation then. That makes sense that they would do that. They have somebody. They are very interested in but John's like I'm not gonNA take that call while Armavir still has that job. I'm not GONNA do that. That is a thing. Maybe that's what happened overall. I just I mean obviously like they feel their season is over and they want to get ahead of it. I just don't like the idea of firing someone season that said clearly. He wants to make sweeping changes. So He's been actually a bit patient with the situation. It's usually when a new owner comes in or a new. GM is is. Everything's dramatic right away. He is a smart businessman so he has plans for the panthers. The panthers have a very loyal fan base very strong Family Charlotte Organization. Yeah so I do. I'm marriage to see what direction they go with all this. Because obviously you have Cam Newton element as well and Rivera's GonNa Lens in a great situation wherever where he goes because he's he's very well respected and he's a great coach very good very what's happened with Carolina is not on Ron Rivera. Sometimes you just have to come in in and make changes so delvin. Hodges one starting job for Mason Rudolph last week and he led the steelers to big twenty thirteen win over the browns. It was In I mean in my opinion was predictable. Soon as I saw that Freddie kitchen shared I knew it was going down. Mike Tomlin has announced that duck will be the steelers starting quarterback again again again this weekend against the cardinals to Gamer. He said he has a lot of confidence in the undrafted rookie. Who has won? Both of his starts and that he's been doing a great job of taking care of the football. Yeah that's that's key. Yeah they haven't been winning in spectacular fashion. Their defense is Great. And they score like one touchdown I mean. That's the key is their defense in the front. Seven of that defense plus Minka Fitzpatrick is scary. Great their defense. They've had major.
"k brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Next all of it after sterling K. brown stops by to discuss his role in the new films waves and frozen to known for his role in this is us and is joining the cast of the marvelous Mrs Maisel plus director Ryan Johnson on his new film knives out a murder mystery that pays tribute to the who done it genre comedy and analysis Stourton join me for all of it weekdays at noon on W. this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep we have some follow up reporting on one of the more dramatic urban stories of recent years we're hearing cameras clicking as a white haired official steps up to a microphone it's July two thousand thirteen this is a very important day in the trades history Michigan governor Rick Snyder it's a very difficult and serious day is standing with an emergency manager who just had the city of Detroit file for bankruptcy we didn't make this decision provident Lee or in haste this is been a decision that in one fashion or another has been working its way to the city for the better part of six decades decades of population loss and economic decline starting in two thousand thirteen that manager Kevin or re negotiated the city's deaths it's union contracts and its pensions the many people who watch the effects included bankruptcy expert Jodie Adams Kirschner at the time when Detroit and really many other cities were going through bankruptcy I was teaching and writing about bankruptcy and a big believer in the process and I was paying attention to policy leaders who were really talking about bankruptcy as a cure all for distressed cities although that very optimism made her curious I was struck I realized by the fact that no where in that conversation was anyone discussing what bankruptcy would mean for the people living in a city Kirschner has now written a book called broke she spent time in Detroit and learn the stories of ordinary residence go by their first names in the book while the city recovered its financial health they often did not in Detroit the value of property has fallen so far and so fast since the financial crisis that most Americans have most of their wealth in their houses in Detroit we see Cindy who has paid off at her house but she knows that even if she could find a buyer and sell it it wouldn't create any opportunities for her to go anywhere else at one point in the book she's looking at what it would cost to buy a used camper trailer and she sees that even a used camper trailer would cost more than the money that she might be able to sell her house for is this a way to put what you're driving at here in the city files for bankruptcy which is a way to wipe away the past to get rid of a lot of the old debts to start afresh but the individuals in the city don't get to wipe away the pastor they still got old property tax bills and they still got various fees that they the state they've got all these problems that get in their way of of even living a basic life yes and I think a city's finances reflect the circumstances of the people that live in that city you destroyed and cities like it I see is on the the sharpest and of the most consequential question facing our country right now which is what to do with a large population of people who don't have the skills for our current economy how useful is the criminal justice system to the people you focused on everybody that I followed worried about crime and safety in their neighborhoods at a certain point while I was spending time with her Lola's house gets shot in the middle of the night and a bullet pierces the front window of her house and its trajectory passes very near to where her daughter is sleeping and she is so afraid and so ashamed to be raising her daughter in that environment she immediately calls the investment company in California that owns the house where she lives and they really never return our phone call and they never come and fix the window this is what is on my mind you describe people who in no way are protected from serious crime yet there periodically just going down the street or driving somewhere they get pulled over and they quickly end up in jail over some obscure violation miles yeah I follow is an example of the criminalization of poverty he ends up in jail in Detroit for failing to buy a license fourteen and a half years earlier and he talks often about just wanting to be a legitimate person who can go to work and instead we leave him very worried that his record will make it even harder for him to find work in construction and it's already been for him again and again in.
"k brown" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Episode of The Sunday. Sit Down podcast. My thanks as always for clicking and listening along with us my guest this week. It's not a good one. I think Actors Sterling K.. Brown know him of course as one of the stars of the hit. NBC Show. The people have to watch with a full box of tissues. This is us the tear jerker now in its fourth season. An amazing cast of which Sterling K.. Brown is an Emmy and Golden Globe. Winning the member joining me now is always the producer of this fine podcast and the producer of these sterling K.. Brown interview for this week Maggie Law. Hey Maggie before we get to the important business of this interview. Some more important important is we spoke last. Maggie law is engaged. Take a nice walk yes. My eyes are blind reflection in this fluorescent lights lights. Thank you so much thank you. Thank you like me yet your fiance for one hundred years one hundred Actually ten mm-hmm we met at a boarding school and we've been dating since the end of junior year of high school. Yeah so so we share that. Yes Dina beginning junior in high school school right. We did it for a long time. Broke up a little while a little break and then we found each other again. But we'll say we did not have a little break ten years strong and here we are. I'm telling you deep deep roots are good for the marriage. Adulation Cam very excited. And let's talk about our interview Sterling K.. Brown is a guide met a couple of times. Didn't know well L. had really high hopes for the interviews faced on what I know of them is being sort of Like a smart interesting guy but also the serve electric speaker and presence presents exceeded everything. He was electric. I think it's a way to say it. He really I feel like he brought it to the interview. And just the nicest guy you just love when you meet them and they're just so nice and they say hi to everybody in the room just like there too. I feel like he really brought it one of those people. You hope they'll be who you think it was He I think part of that is is that he's earned his place. We talk a lot about this in an interview. He was sort of on this thirteen year grind small roles. TV He says. Look I was happy. Acting was paying the bills. I bought a house right but hadn't hadn't had that sort of big break in Hollywood and then in the fall of two thousand sixteen along comes people that was he'll he won the emmy for that right people versus Oj Simpson. We played Johnny Cochran. That was earlier in two thousand sixteen and then shortly after this is US comes up and that's it really was the crazy thing for I says now things are stupid. Good for always good now. They're stupid again a little background for people. I know you like to paint a picture picture in your mind as you listen to these interviews of where we are where a place called the public theater New York City of famous famous place that so many of the actors adventures every famous actor you know has played a part there started there in New York City And we're upstairs in the library there. Yeah Sterling actually. That's what he asked to do. The interview it's one of his favorite spots. He went to Grad school at Nyu so right nearby and he said when he was in school there everybody dreamed of performing at the public at some point. You always I wanted to do Shakespeare in the park and everything like that. Eventually he got to do a show there. I think twenty fourteen and so he requested to it there that was great spot. And then you'll hear later we get up walk around a little bit in Washington Square Park and very cool moments of a place. He used to walk around dreaming of being somebody right in that business and you draws the crowd we walk in the park and boom like flies to honey came on to Sterling K.. Brown all those. This is US fans. His new film is called waves. It's a lot about fatherhood. He's Kinda Domineering Dad. In this movie he lost his own father in real life at the age of ten To me it was the best moment of the interview. You can listen. NC agree when he started just going into the story of the day. And I will say I in an interview setting. It's hard to sometimes because the lights and there's people around to get lost in the emotion it was as emotional as I remember reviewing really really feeling at that moment he was so first of all. I'm just grateful that anyone would share such a personal story. Absolutely has that with me Of the day his father died and he was ten years old. I have a ten year old son I think part of that hit me ask what would it be like if I left my ten year. Old Son unexpectedly early in in such a sudden way and he remembers every detail the day in he volunteered it. You know it's not something I would ask him to describe because it is so traumatic. which man did he go there? Yeah he did. It was really emotional but it felt special that he was able to share with you and significant. Because it's how he tapped into characters in waves but also in this awesome us a cathartic moment for him able to sort of say goodbye to his dad in a way. So seems were there okay. We've described the enough let Sterling K.. Brown tell the story himself Sterling K.. Brown right now on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast sterling. Thanks for doing this. Thanks for having me great to see a you know we got a Lotta history to talk about you in this neighborhood you in. This theater is my stomping grounds dude. I went to Nyu from ninety eight. Two Oh one I lived if that one asked a place right around the corner and so the public was this fixture like this beacon of when we get out of school. Maybe we'll get a chance to work at the public. Maybe we'll get a chance to do Shakespeare in the park and I've got a chance to work here on a couple of occasions and it's been magical every time I was telling you I've interviewed a number of actors who said I want to do the interview at the Public Theater. What is it about this place that so special for people who don't even know about? There's all these people that come through here right so you know like Meryl Streep Streep is done Shakespeare in the park Leeann have like you said I seen him do hamlet. You see all these actors crews careers you want to immolate and they could be off doing all these fancy movies and TV shows etc.. But they take time to make sure that that muscle of being able to tread the boards never atrophies because they care about the art of illuminating the human condition and that sort of what was embedded in my fiber at Grad School. Oh that NYU and so. It's something that I keep coming back to over and over again. I mean you look at the faces on that wall. It's every major actor you've ever heard of it's all all been here all of them and you too So we'll talk more about that but I said D we're walking in here. It's the highest compliment. I could pay an actor is I didn't know where to begin again with you. You have so much going on right now apprec- but let's start with the film waves. Yeah which is unique and different than anything. I've seen it tells a beautiful story and it really uses music. Well how do you describe this project when you first read it. Did you get what they were going for. That's that's a good question it's hard. It's complicated it. It is complicated because it's a hard movie to describe to people. It's a family drama that focuses more on the children of this family. It's an African American family mother and in a father a son and a daughter in the first half of the movie. SORTA is the sons half of the movie and the second half of the movie you kind of shift narratives and it becomes the daughters journey. There's a major tragedy that happens in the mid point. I'm not gonNA give away But it also is sort of shows is how a family deals with grief loss and how you keep moving forward with with grace and with love In the music is huge. which like even like I said in the script their music cues laid into the script? So you press a button. Listen to a song as you read the scene Our director writer Trey Atwood Schultz had something very specific in mind in the movies autobiographical. I should say and then leaps into narrative fiction and then back in autobiography and then to narrative fiction. Because I say that because he is white right and the movie focuses on an African American family but because he hired Kelvin Harrison junior to play the role of the son in the family because they worked on a film before it comes at night. They sort of collaborated and said like tell me something about your childhood third about your father about what it was like for you to grow up in New Orleans etc and so they combined their narratives and came up with the story together and it was a real collaboration collaboration from the onset And I think we came up with something special. It is unique. It's unlike anything I've seen before you're in a position in your career where you can get a script and sort of decide whether or not it's something that's worth all the time you put into a role. What was it about this story that jumped off the page to you? Okay so I was shooting. This is us at the time and my agent. My manager read the script and he said we think this is pretty special. I was like guys like I got a job on the show. And they're like yeah but check it out. If you like it maybe we can make it work. First and foremost it was something completely really different than Randall Pearson whom I love and Adore. But now that you have the opportunity to not be locked into one character and to be known solely the character I try to take advantage of those opportunities whenever they are offered to me now to keep going with that point about ten years ago there wasn't the same sort of fluidity between film and Television Right and now that it exists. It's like I'm a kid in Candy Star on jump around and play and as many sandboxes as This guy was a father in in waves who is very much present For his family but it is a hard man not the easiest father to get along with and so what. I enjoy the challenge of inhabiting people who aren't readily likable But who are humane. Who are good and my goal is not to be liked but to be understood so I enjoy? Enjoy the challenge of finding someone who people be like..
"k brown" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"To outside the lines and Jason Fitz. It was a long awaited homecoming for one former football coach who's been living a nightmare in China and a story about the horse racing industry that may change the way you watch racists forever. That's coming up but first we start with our big story sorry the NFL season is only three weeks old but it's already been filled with the full seasons worth of storylines injuries star quarterbacks already seems to be the theme of Two Thousand Nineteen but what does Cam Newton's foot injury mean for the present and future for the panthers meanwhile don in Jacksonville where Star cornerback Jalen Ramsey is back at the Jaguars facility but sitting out practice with a back injury the talk is he wants to be treated but the team doesn't seem interested in meeting his demands leading to speculation that he's missing being practices for bigger reasons other than just not feeling well head coach. Doug marrone spoke about the situation this morning casinos back injury. I don't know he reported that his back with sore. You're you know I mean usually when someone reports their backs or it could have happened could help and get. I don't know I I really don't know an impasse. People that have had the same issues I haven't known about that either because there happens after the game then we know after the game and not all of the NFL dramas related to injury or money long-suffering browns fans and NFL experts everywhere have incredibly high expectations for Cleveland however a slow start on offense has new head coach Freddie Kitchens already answering questions about making changes to help us sort through the chaos makes sense of all of it. We're joined now by ESPN NFL analyst and former head coach Jack del Rio Jack. Thanks for the time today. When you see Doug marrone reacting to let's face. It was the flu so now it's a back injury. What are you see there. When you see that that information change well I think coast Monroe's doing a great job handling situation first of all Danny Green Green once said there's a time for pay and there's a time for play and right now coach. Marrone just wants to play part and Jalen Ramsey wants to pay part. He wants to get paid aide so they're in a tough spot right now. I think the lines have been blurred with the strength of the players them kind of using their leverage and so they're in an awkward situation right now but I'll tell you one thing once he got to the field Jalen. Ramsey played very well on Thursday night and the Jaguars played very well Thursday night so I I think they'll fight through this but what if your team thinking of acquiring Jalen Ramsey what is the fact that he's sitting out practice now for what may be contract issues. How does that affect your approach on actually decide siding if you want Jalen Ramsey on your team. I'd like to have them on my team. I think he's a really good football player. I'm surprised they haven't paid him. I mean what are we waiting on. The market's not go down. Go Up so to me. They're a little overdue on on paying this guy so let's flip to one or the other big stories that we just mentioned and that's pretty kitchens. Kitchens in the Cleveland browns a lot of expectations for somebody that hasn't been a head coach before what is Freddie Kitchens dealing with right now when it comes to the expectations and trying to keep this locker room together well first of all. I think he's probably got too much on his plate and he's got a really talented guy and Todd Monckton is as offensive coordinator. I would love to see Freddy Kitchens utilize the staff I mean I think it's important to do that. They took two timeouts home with them. The other night which was not good they three plays down in a critical situation and in the red zone and there are three identical plays and it's really not not effective so that's not really good play calling and I think he's a good play caller so to me. Maybe there's too much on his plate. That's for him to decide but right meal. They have to be questions. But how difficult is that because we were going to look at the browns. Roster looks incredibly talented. If there was an easy question market was Freddie kitchen hasn't been head coach before you've been head coach coordinator then a second time head coach. How much different is it when you are a rookie coach trying to figure out where to take control and we're not well. I mean me. He had a little bit of run last year where he got a chance to get his feet wet but the bottom line is there's a lot on your plate and to me. He's got a strong staff. He should utilize the staff the other thing. I think think they've gotten away from some of the things they did. Last year you know running the football play pass off it and to me they've gotten to more of a spread eleven spread around kind of operation and that really Baker Mayfield doesn't look as comfortable in that in that so I would just say they should look at that while speaking of quarterbacks looking comfortable. Let's transition to the other big story Cam Newton and Carolina. We're not sure what the status is going to be. I foot injury. What does that do for his future with the organization well. I think what does what's more important than even the injury is the fact that Kyle and came in and played so well. I mean what you saw from Kyle was anticipation and accuracy and that's that's those are two things that cam doesn't bring now cams amazing freak and he is definitely banged up right now. So Kyle's on display in Kyle had a great start in his first. It's easy for us to sort of go overboard when we see that from Kyle. How many Games from a coaching standpoint how many games you want to see from a young quarterback before you can make a judgment commit on who they are as well. That's a great point because it was against the Arizona cardinals defense. They're not exactly a stellar defense so we'll we'll get a better feel as he goes through and plays a few more games certainly his first night out you saw accuracy and you saw anticipation and those are things that have been missing while Jack. We appreciate your insight. We're glad you're on our team now. Thank you appreciate Ed Jason. The Breeders Cup is like the Super Bowl of horse racing the world's top thoroughbreds wrap up the racing season in a two day fourteen race meet at the beginning of November and this year it will be held at Santa. Anita attracted has come under scrutiny after thirty one horses have died or been euthanized since December but Santa. Anita isn't the only track that has had a spate of horse deaths. Belmont Park has had thirty horses die this year including eight since the fall meet began September September sixth or doesn't have a national regulatory body so it's up to each separate state racing commission to make rules and regulations California made some changes is in an effort to improve the safety of resources in New York is enhancing pre-race veterinary scrutiny and is further analyzing data but our next guest says death on the track is inevitable. Let's welcome Patrick. Bout of the Albany based group horse racing wrongs. We should note. We asked the Jockey Club to join join us but they were unable to provide us with the guest so I want to go. You just said are inevitable. Why well I it's. It's the way they're bred. They're bred for speed so they're they have big torsos. Spindly legs fragile ankles. They're being raced on unformed body so the typical horse does not fully mature until six the typical resources thrust into an intensive training regimen at eighteen months and raised it to which is the rough equivalent of a first grader. There is an incentive grinding of those uninformed bodies because if they're not racing they're not earning. They're being asked to do something that is unnatural to run at a break neck speed with perched whip wielding jockeys atop and of course they are commodified so the typical racehorse will change hands several times over the course of his so-called career and of course that speaks to the the constant anxiety and stress that these animals are forced to endure what Patrick without take off the table eliminating horse racing. I WanNa ask you really viably what solves this then. What solves this well from our perspective. It's this has to end you know I'm a big fan of ESPN and this show in particular but I would take issue with this being a topic Komo four ESPN because in fact horseracing resembles no other accepted sport on the planet and what other sport of the bodies about a lesson.
"k brown" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Marvel sidesteps, the traditional origin, story template with Carol danvers already. Possessing her superhero powers, leaving her earthly life behind. She joins an intergalactic elite military team called star force, but after Dan versus trained and become a valued member of star force she finds herself back on earth with new questions about her past. She quickly lands on the radar of Nick fury, and the pair must work together against a formidable enemy in the form of the scrolls who are planning an invasion of earth. Get marvel studios captain marvel on digital in movies anywhere may twenty eighth and Blu. Ray June eleventh new. On four K ultra HD. We got another like if he's in charge of movies. Yeah. Sterling K Brown was one of my favorite actors on television fantastic. Good on this is us. I know this is this is one of Kevin's favorite shows, and it makes Kevin cry. Every week every SOPs up I get it. And I would say this you have to watch. But we go to L in tube and find it but we scared him the first time he was here. Yep. We scared him the last time us on the show. Right. And he came back. And of course, I said, we're not scaring you. He looked around. He was very suspect and did a lot of inspection of the tables to the way we scared on the last time was we played a game, and the performance area of our stage which was to people facing each other at a table seated facing each other at a table playing a game where they had to describe the it was, basically, it was called movies. But during it the table that they're playing in front of was like, made out of styrofoam and our talent exact Corey jumps out of this table and scares the bejesus. Sterling K Brown. So we knew we couldn't scare them that way. So we got a table that looked like a scare table. The top was a false top. You could open it up and see inside the table. We showed him all of that. And then during the game we dropped a ninja from the rafters at crazy and saying at such a fast speed and that can't not scare you. The you can't prepare yourself for something new guy. I knew it was coming in. It's slowed saying, yeah, we love you thought saying not saying I got you. Yeah, you're, you're you're pretty jumpy at times. Anyway, here's the audio of that scare because it's funny still. But then they should really go watch the DVR and check it out. I'm giving we're we're doing and we were going to play your game nothing. You. Is this check I can check it? No, I'm doing you guys think I'm being weird. Okay. There's nobody. Obviously I if I can lift it, nobody's in there. Lift. Okay. I'm good. I say. Copy that, that's how well built these things are. All right. Okay. So we were going to play your game. But then I told you about a game that I play is really fun. We portion are play when we're driving long distances. It helps pass the time. So I will say a famous person could be an artist. It could be a celebrity, it could be a sports player. And so, I'll start with a name and then you have to start with the first letter of the last day. And then I have to start with the first letter of that last name, I will start with sterling K Brown. Let's go with. So it's a b. All right. And I'll say we're known adjusted. Judge reinhold. Okay. Ryota. They have Oregon or again, so there's no less name Ricky Martin. Okay. Mary Tyler Moore Mandy Moore. Mariah carey. Where huxtable didn't count. Now. Okay got snow did. But, but. It's if you repeat or, or if you can't think of something in certain very. All right. Mark wahlberg. Kill you. Were also busy with the show during the week. It's hard to find time to fit in hot breakfast. But we just heard about this thing called just crack. Neg hot. Fluffy scramble yet. Ready.
"k brown" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"You know that it's going to be Timothy versus Harry. Buck to that. We'll get to that. Our next match-up Joe Jonas versus Michael b Jordan Could be moving moving. doubt. I don't even want to explain like Joe Jonas manage to get a game of thrones girl. So. Many happy returns to them. Yeah. I agree. Michael Jordan next, Ryan Reynolds. Versus MMA Herschel, Ali my her Sheila Ali just there's no question. I mean, he would be so attentive in also just kind of like filthy. And I respect him because he was like, you know, he doesn't really do like explicit sex scenes like he's not into that, you know, because he's Muslim and he's tried to like like keep whatever boundaries that he needs to keep. Right. So I don't wanna get like too like disrespectful, but I need to see him in my kitchen in almost nothing. Just cooking me a nice meal and just winking at me. You know, I feel like he would like lay out the table. Yeah. It would be like the whole thing. I feel like Ryan Reynolds. He would texting be like babe, I'm gonna make you. I'm gonna make you an amazing meal, and then you come home, and he'd be like a made you a sandwich. That'd be. We'll go with Marcia. All right next, Jesse Williams versus sterling K Brown. Wow. That is a tough one. I'm going to go a sterling K Brown. Just because I feel like Jesse Williams might be kind of a dick and. He's very attractive to look at. I don't know just something stops me. You know from loving him. All the way sterling K Brown is silly. He doesn't mind making fools of himself. Like, sometimes he'll be really ridiculous on his Instagram and stuff he plays with people on Twitter. There is a tweet that showed him like it was an award show and his wife was sitting next to him. She was clapping for him and stuff in sterling K kinda winked at the camera or whatever. And the tweet said what happens when you introduce your boyfriend to your girls after you've been telling him, he he's been laying pipe all night or whatever, right. Sterling responded to it with all these emojis like laughing in the last emoji was a week. Okay. Your saucy. Yeah. Yeah. All right. I'm convinced. I'm convinced down next cage, a APPA Honey, you say his name, APPA Caja and Rami Malik. I gotta say I'm not actually on the Rami Malik train. I just don't really get it. I watched mister robot. And I like God at I do I also remember seeing I saw him in person. And he also I mean, it's like any like hot. Person. You're like, oh, yeah. I feel like Caja APPA. I've only really seen just like pictures of him on the internet. Can I just say when Luke Perry passed away RIP sweet sweet baby all the Riverdale cast where posting these like beautiful. Instagram's that like, you know, just like really beautiful things that they're saying about Luke, I think cagey push just like rest and love, bro. That's the one from K J. Yeah. Okay. So I don't know if he's going to like really take care of making a meal for you. Right, right. This is difficult for me because I don't really I don't think I care for either one of these. Should we just call this one? What do they call it? A by. I would say Kay J. Then just because like he would look real good in an apron. Yeah. I mean, I just think on just on looks alone. I would I would pick Hagia..
"k brown" Discussed on Championship Drive
"And that he would never say never to being fell. But he would certainly say not right now. Is there anybody out there see low that you look at that Cleveland Browns opening any college coach out there that you look at the Browns opening and think that's the guy or this somebody that they're going to take a look at it. And we're going to have to be reporting on. I'm surprised advice. Brought up Nick savings name. Sailed ceelo took a while. But I think Peter might be starting to catch on to that one. And I don't I don't think he would mind me sharing this when we've talked about the NFL in the past with the last two years and vintage saving fashion, and you both of sort of seeing this grin. He looks at me and says we'll put it this way. If I go back to Phil I'm going to be going on. I'll be self meaning is better half. Misteri wants no part of the NFL and likes right there in loosen likes, the college football landscape, but nNcholas too. I mean, that's that's he's a college football coach, you'll tell you that. And you know, where he is right now in his life. He's told me he says, Chris my life is here. Grandkid his mom lives in Birmingham, all of his family. No. So I'm sure at some point someone's going to ask that question this week. But no, I don't I don't I never have for the last couple of years thought he was going back to NFL, and I still don't, and I guess every coach has had success in college Lincoln, Riley's even Meyer. Oftentimes, these coaches gets asked questions, and we're all part of the media and try to walk in their shoes. Sometimes if you're asked that question, if you're Lincoln Riley, and you're asked that question about the Browns. I mean, what are you gonna say? How do you answer that question? Well, no, I mean, not not right now if you're over Mark coach to you expect to be coach next to. Yeah. Wall plan to I mean, what what are they going to say I put myself in your shoes? What would I say? There's really no perfect way to answer those questions. But no, I don't see any by right now in the college game that I would point to definitively Ivan say, I think that person is ticketed for Cleveland. Red anybody. Are we missing anybody? I don't think so not as far as there being an obvious candidate, not not especially for Cleveland. It could be other jobs that might seem like a better fit for a different current college coach. But the Baker Mayfield connection is obviously the reason that most people are just kind of saying, hey, this would be a great fit for Lincoln Riley because they already have that relationship. But, but I also think that for a lot of these teams for them to look at a college coach it's got to be someone who's considered to be an innovator. Because the the NFL game is changing offensively we've seen that in recent years, and it is become more college like in terms of the style that they run offense. And you could make a good case Lincoln Riley would be a good fit there. Now one thing that's different with him than a lot of other names that typically come up for these jobs. He has no connection to the NFL. He was never. An assistant coach league before becoming a head coaching college. A lot of the other guys do have some experience in the league. And he doesn't so. I don't know that it would be the best fit. Because that I thought he answered the question really, well, though, I didn't hear it. I did too. But I read it I read the transcript and just based on what I read he he did is good of a job as you could of being honest and at the same time not backing himself into a corner where someone come back later and call him a liar, right, right? Speaking Lincoln Riley as much fun as we have with Mike Gundy yesterday, we didn't really get into the substance of Oklahoma state's some substance for you. Substance of Oklahoma state's victory over Texas. And what that means for the big twelve race, West Virginia, Oklahoma and Texas all four and one West Virginia and Texas playing Saturday night as one of marquee games on the vest weekend of the season at least going into it..
"k brown" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"Who do we have on the podcast actually very excited about we have on the fire guys, Bobby Brown, Bobby and Alicia Brown. I was see. I. Okay. Us t- ended up. Okay, we teamed. I'm really excited you guys because, okay, if you don't know me well, you will get to know me and you'll know that I love love story, but a second chance love story. It really moves me. And I remember thinking like, you know, because I love Whitney on. No, this my Lord. I love Whitney so much that I didn't think I could ever love Bobby with anyone else. Despite, you know, everything that went down, you know, especially after all the documentaries and everything. But I was so happy to see him find love again with Alicia and have children and really just get a fresh start and it served him well, and we got to really see that in person right gory. And it was really a moment like they are door boil. And when you're around them, you can see their love for each other. You can see that they're best friends and each other's support system, right there were just fine. Stick around. You're going to hear it. But the fact they knew each other before gas before he ever knew Whitney before any of it. And it's like a really good meek, you as. I went to say, look, cute meet up story, but I really was vibe off their couple energy and we're talking to them because the Bobby Brown story is going to be on BT. I'm so ready, September, fourth, and fifth, two nights to night. The new edition story was three. This is too, but this is the next part. This is what we wanted. This is it is the Bobby Brown ready for anybody to question like, why? Why didn't it go there in a new edition story was because the by Brown story was coming and I've seen half of it. I heard t. will be spills so much everybody I saw who went to the preview or the premier. They came back like, but there are some things that happened. I can't wait..
"k brown" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Here the quarterback in the year the browns and evening discontentment and there was the plane to ensconce yourself as many greatest possible devoid booming and that failing or scott all bramble the show competitive her here tony really a call that the year the breath every year the year the brown problem you should love having the topic and tune the up or you should also never want that to happen again because you're winning division playoff games at super bowl goal to get their who chief that baker mayfield be quarterback chosen above all of the number one and denzel ward ohio state the need pick a cornerback that number four sarahspain started saw i to you add the brownsville while based on these guys snaps in the all i'm sorry they haven't played it all yet based on one space on the pick listen a baker mayfield is the guy that they thought was the best quarterback then by all means go out and grab them i'm thinking he's gonna wanna give joe thomas a call and see if he's sure about that retirement because he's gonna wanna make sure he has enough protection as a quarterback who may not be that mobile as for word they lost their best cornerback in mcchord ian a trade to the patriots and they already have garrett and up front so i think it's a good choice by them and mccord was the only guy on that cornerback seen that had any interceptions last year so it was an area that they needed to back up so i say good job more on mayfield though sam real quick you see this low risk high reward medium risk.