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"kelly brown" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

14:24 min | 4 months ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Obviously you US marketing expert and your photographic artist. Wow okay triple threat. How's that I've never been a triple threat? Although I do remember as a kid my mother triple threatening me numerous times for stupid things I did. Hey this is fun to be here today because it isn't very often in fact I'm trying to think have we done. Yes we've done. We've done a couple of podcasts over the last Shamir and I've been doing these Different podcast since March of two thousand seventeen so for the last three years. We've had a few that were overseas. But today's guest is based out of Brisbane Australia. And we've got Kelly Brown In the Mind Your Own Business House today and what a kick together to join us from the literally the other side of the world back. We're recording this at six o'clock in the evening and it's eight o'clock in the morning for her so she's just getting started on a day and we're just wrapping it up now if you don't know Kelly. She's an award winning photographer. She's an educator she's a writer she has. What's probably become the most successful online series of educational programs for artists interested in newborn photography? It's huge. She's also a great friend so many photographers in the industry especially in the WPI family and having spent a weekend with her and her husband rob in California. A few months ago she couldn't be more down to Earth easy to talk to an absolutely one hundred percent legitimately passionate about this industry so Keleaf. I haven't screwed something up or said something wrong. Welcome TO MY BUSINESS. Thank you. That was That was quite the introduction. Go into any of the side stores so I promise you I would. I would bring up any jokes here. Oh thank you. It is It's quite the honor to be here. I've I've actually. This is my very first podcast of been a pot of some excited. Yeah well like you said. It is eight o'clock in the morning he has. If you hear a little background noise it might be Cima Cockatoos flying past in the trees outside my house or a couple of dogs. Naughty dog's or any one of several teenagers wandering the wrong absolutely absolutely. I have three of those. And hopefully this still still asleep can we. We are so honored to be your first podcast. Wow and we are so excited to have this conversation with you. I mean your work is amazing. Your experience with the teaching online is amazing. We can't wait to get into it. We do like to start with our first question. Can you give us an overview of your background? Your journey just how you got started and how you ended up doing what you're doing today. It was probably two thousand three that I literally picked up my very first camera. We're expecting fx baby. I was working for a construction company at the time and I had to do a lot of documenting of the project that we were currently working on and had to go out into the field and take photographs and I literally had no idea what I was doing In terms of you know what was correct and what wasn't correct and when our baby arrived I was instantly drawn to obviously trying to document every single day. You know with her and my husband very gently said to me. Perhaps you should learn how to take a decent photo so I enrolled there in a night class and I literally my baby was six weeks old and I was studying studying photography at night while he was home from work and I think like most photographers you become very you know. Very addicted to the craft. You You always wanting to take a bit of photo if retirement pick up that camera so for me it was at an is something that. I just fell in love with instantly and I just couldn't stop so one course led to the next in. It was a couple of years later that I welcome twins ahead. A little bit more downtime. Because at that point I'd started set. It offering you know family portrait sessions. I was doing some weddings. I even had a side Gig Wyking for an architectural company Designed staircases in the most amazing locations like hotels and pinned houses. And things like that so I would often you know. Pick up my my opponent of a go to photograph. Steakhouses is boring. That sounds and then when my twins arrived I couldn't work for quite a while having three babies industry three so I studied again and did my deployment photography which I absolutely loved so that was in two thousand and six and yet. It's kind of just been this ongoing sort of process and it hasn't really stopped since then but yeah. I focused a lot on weddings and family portraits micro said and then it wasn't until Promptly about twelve years ago that I I started photographing babies and became quite passionate about that and it was. It wasn't that I loved more than any other area was probably more of a business decision at the time because I had three children a husband that worked away and it just sort of fitted because parents having those those fists. Two weeks off Off Work the obviously the husband to say at home with the the new baby so I was able to get more clients in Monday to Friday between you know normal working hours which is when my children went to childcare Three days a week so it's sort of just worked and and it came quite naturally. I suppose I've always been surrounded by babies my whole entire life so it was more of a business decision to focus purely on newborn photography at the time. And Gosh looking back over have expected sort of come. This and I'd be you know traveling. The world to amazing cities and countries and teaching the photographers had how to do it. Runs successful businesses spin a pretty amazing journey? I know rob is involved in certain parts of the business. When did that come about and terms of ROB getting involved? Well it was. He's actually been with me now for six years so he spent just over twenty years in the construction industry. And I mean for those of you that have ever worked in the construction industry. It's usually very very long hours. We SORT OF TALKING. You know up at four. Am In high minutes at a six six thirty PM at night and for probably threes prior to him joining me. He was What they call fly in fly out so only Heim every second weekend which was a big strain in not only on him But also you know our marriage Family we sort of started to grow apart very quickly which is quite natural. Win that you know when you don't spend a little time together so it got to the point where I was working a lot At the six years ago you know I'd been on creative live I had You know already. Sort of created some online education and the demand for it was was growing quite quickly so it was either. I give up my job or he takes time often. Help me out with the children So that obviously they you know they. They weren't neglected but it was that that point in time that we decided that he would take twelve months off without pay from work and join me and I basically had to make my business succeed in a way that it would cover all evolve financial mortgages and car payments and just even being able to afford childcare and groceries and things like that so it was it was stressful period of time. But that was six years ago now. And he's still with maize to working with me and whilst it did take a long time for him to find his feet within the business obviously being a baby photographer and him differently. Not Drawn to babies. You know it's sort of didn't take a lot. I suppose Him To kind of you know. Pull away from the photography side of things and then focus more on the business side and year. He's now running our marketing department without online education. He is part of the Small Business Tame with facebook. This twenty two of those on that particular team and he works quite heavily with him and he's just a genius when it comes to obviously understanding that side of everything so yeah once we have found Al Al Al true strengths and weaknesses within ourselves for business. We just started to take off. And we haven't really looked maxine since it's been fun. There is some days we you know we a little sick of each other when you work and live and breathe everything that you do. Twenty four hours a day but I think the most important part is that we were really good mates and you know if we have a disagreement. It's usually over and done with within a couple of minutes And we move on in terms of business so yeah it's it's. It's probably the best thing that we've ever done of the you've got. You've got something that that so many photographers Need and that's that's have rob in their lives Because he is a marketing genius. I mean he and I had a few conversations that that we can. We were all together out in California and facebook couldn't be more confusing and tried to understand the algorithms and how to find the right target and how to promote yourself the right way and do it Economically or at least in a way that you've got a decent return on your advertising investment. He really knows that stuff. I was just kind of blown away because I just wish Amira and I have talked about it. Neither one of us have a really strong background in it. We're working with the Plata pod and and were both involved with pod a pod who has Somebody who knows this side of the business really really well and I can spend a half hour on the phone with him and still not understand. a big portion of what it was. He just explained that he's doing i. I understand the results. I understand where we started but having a partner in the business like that is just it. It's so great because the two of you do complement each other so that you can play your strongest suit. He plays his and together. You've become a powerhouse. It's funny because we always sort of laughed and joked about how quickly his brain works you know. He's on a different level to most people so not not often. Can anyone keep up with him When it comes to you know just having a general conversation but he does he does operate in a in a different mindset to most people and he's definitely a numbers guy and I think that's kind of what you have to basically understand you know the socials and and how they actually operate it sounds like you. Two are the dynamic duo for sure. So Heli hearing your passion for for what you do and looking at your portfolio. It's obvious that you are an expert with connecting with your subjects and specifically these cute little babies and the mothers to and and hats off much respect to you. full disclosure. I am not one of those people growing up. Small kids in the family You know it's I don't have kids now. I don't do more photographers and so looking at your work. I am in awe. Your work is. It's fine art. It is and I would love to hear tips that you have or how do you? How do you connect? How do you build relationships with mom before the shoot even during the shoot and in these little babies how do you connect with them to get these outstanding images and it's it's funny because I think a lot of people come into the the babysitter photography world is you know they? They assume that it is all about the baby. And you know you so accurate when you say about connecting with the mums because for me. That's where that's where it all is and I have to make them obviously feel as as relaxed as I possibly can and create an experience that I know they're going to enjoy and remember because those of you that have got children. You remember that first day that they they come home from the hospital and you don't take your eyes off them. You know you become quite sort of obsessed with every little detail getting to know them and wondering you know what sort of person they're going to grow into their little personality and things like that so when parents come to us for they shoot you know. They are often saying they baby held by a complete stranger for the first time. So there's a lot of trust and confidence that you've got to build in terms of your relationship with the client to be able to you know to create the photographs that they paying you for so for me. It's it's all about you know Empathy I suppose is the key word here because you know they go through a lot. A lot of people don't have the the nicest or easiest pregnancies so you've got to emphasize with what they've been through and then when you Woke him a baby often? The deliveries not always as pleasant as as some. So you've gotta infamous empathize with that. And then you know when you taking that baby away you could also be very understanding about how they feel And potentially if baby cries you know how it makes them feel all of that kind of stuff so for me. It's it's about understanding them what they've gone through and being able to obviously connect to them on that liberal and and communicate what it is that. I'm about to do to Photograph their baby in terms of how I position. How handle all of that stuff so yeah? Communication is king but it's empathizing with the client and displaying understanding and it's such A..

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"kelly brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Something we should know about two four eight four two three six W. W. J. any idol down motor group twenty four hour traffic center Catherine Leslie WWJ newsradio nine fifteen on the W. W. J. accu weather forecasts and meteorologist Brian Thompson and Brian for those who are wish to fall for those hot steamy days of summer sounds like they're in luck this week yeah her on or not quite done with the summer just yet even though we're heading in sward to the middle of September and our average high temperatures are certainly coming down pretty steadily advertise now in the mid seventies but need it usually does happen or months of time we're gonna get around or to a some pretty warm weather I'm not the case today or tomorrow have seventy two today with clouds and some sunshine fifty six for a low tonight under partly cloudy skies and tomorrow looks pretty nice with intervals of clouds and sun high seventy four I'll have X. clouds and sun on Tuesday will be warmer and more humid I Tuesday up to eighty seven partly sunny warm and humid again Wednesday with the a shower thunderstorm in spots Wednesday were up to eighty eight degrees not quite as warm by Thursday is there will be a few more clouds along with a couple of showers but still pretty humid on Thursday but high around eighty two degrees right now it's a pretty comfortable start this morning or does fifty nine degrees in Pontiac sixty one at metro airport also sixty one downtown I'm active at the meteorologist Brian Thompson on W. W. J. D. forty nine fifty your stations for traffic weather and road construction updates every ten minutes on the aids anytime at W. W. J. news radio dot com your next report coming up at nine eighteen traffic and weather together on the eighth and breaking news first keep up to date on the road every morning every afternoon. with news radio nine fifty. W. W. J. news time is nine eleven Editori woman going from winter to landlord and she says it's all due to the Detroit land bank there are dozens of homes up for Aktion with many going between a thousand and two thousand dollars on the Detroit land bank Kelly brown bought a duplex in our neighborhood it's been a lot of hard work to get it up to snuff but she's now the proud owner of two rental units and I grant her just be in this until my time and my money and it can happen it can happen offer check it can happen often a nine twenty five check it can happen Dahlin nobody discourages they all you'll have the money but it I'm telling you can have an H. brown says this is changed her life to be our own boss like to to have residual income company where I still.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Kelly Brown is here to talk about her husband, Adam Brown. They're making a movie about fearless book about him. And there's been a script written. Yes. We're just in. Warren talks. There's not a whole lot. I can say about it right now. California next week to talk today would be the most important thing that the movie capture, if in fact they do. What's, what's the thing that's most critical to you his state. That's what I want done right. I don't want anything sugarcoated. He wasn't sugarcoated. He was when you say you don't want anything sugarcoated you mean earlier aspects. And that was actually on his Keiko form. They had the line where they ask, you know what do you want people to know about you? In case you know, since we're gonna happen and his answer to that was, I want people to know who I was before Jesus Christ. The kelly. And so I, I never thought I would be sharing the skeleton's closet really to a large audience of impact, I thought maybe small group somewhere and, and the just kind of. Happened just kind of happened with the help of his teammates. They, they, they actually really wanted a story written about him. But no one about him being the seal about him, overcoming about his childhood about. They said, you know, don't start from when you don't start at buds. Don't do that start when he hit the ground when he hit the ground running, you know, instead, that that's real important to me. I think it's one of those sacrifices that you have to make when you are someone who has been through those sorts of things because it is such a powerful testimony to people that no matter how low you get, you can be writhing on the floor of a crack house and end up in the highest highs in the entire country, slightly admiring your story. And there's not a lot of people with ministry like that. You know, most people go through life, kind of middling along. And for somebody to have been in the lowest lows and to say, I'm going to be honest, share that. Wow. What, what testimony would've ministry awesome? What was really important to him was what kind of legacy was? He gonna leave his kids. Why is he still in the military? What is he doing? And a lot of the reason, you know, he was still in because he didn't feel like he had done enough yet, he hadn't changed the world, yet, I kids. And, but I think the biggest part of his legacy is the risk that he took an actually tainting his own legacy. Two children by sharing the skeletons for the world to know about and the books called fearless. When I think of fearless. I didn't name it. I didn't do any of that. But he was fearless in the way he lived. He was fearless in loving people. Was fearless in the trees. He wanted people to know. He knows disappointment. He knows sadness. He wanted to children in that, for sure. And the fact that they could never disappoint them. He knows it all too well. And perseverance he no it's, it's amazing redemption story and I'm super proud of the man that he became my knee had it in them. And so I know it's hard to talk about him because, you know, he's still. He's still the love of my life. Always obey. So how do you. How do you wake up the next morning and talk to your kids? How do you that seems to me? I couldn't wait. I needed a second to collect my thoughts, because it was I was just having to absorb it. Because all of our friends were there. I just I just needed a second. Sorry, went and sound my couch. And they had brought friends with them. We found out and everybody was on the front porch pretty much. So they had already told him and they brought them with them. They did not tell them they bring stairs to just, I guess, say a Nathan, especially because he thought somebody was intriguing and how old was he at the time ten just turned ten and sitting on a seven. And so they went up there and pick the kids about a bed and brought them to me on the couch and just said, they knew something was wrong and Joel address that this could happen. Still academic point. But had that been talked about, you know, daddy may not come home or. They knew it. We didn't talk about it a lot. We didn't hurt on it, but they knew the risk, but it doesn't happen to you. Right. Right. It happens everybody else. And. News is very real. Remember, having to tell my children, and that was probably the hardest day of my life was not come out, any more. Did you do that? That night. I had to I'm very. Great relationship, they did with their dad to very open very honest. They could ask me anything. I don't lie to them. You know, we keep everything open, and I just had to tell them that their dad. And they knew that, man. And we're still dealing with it to this day, my son just transitioned into his first year of college, and he's struggling trying to find himself. You know, his dad, I'm every time he left, Sarah. The house while I'm gone and he series. He gets toothbrush out of his blankie his little pillow, and he would move in my bedroom. Would have never wanted to have said that and left the white on his shoulders that he's he is now had on his shoulders for the last nine years. He is. Now, I know this, but he's carried a lot of weight for myself and for my daughter and him moving out. Now he made that comment to me that he doesn't know his purpose in life anymore because me and savannah, don't need them anymore. And. That's not true. He noticed because he's so he searching he searching for who's going to be white. What kind of Maine is going to become but he's, he's super proud of his dad. For a long time he was resentful. That there was so much attention on him. And I tried to shield him from it as much as I could. But a lot of expectations were were placed on him because he was a boy. And. It wasn't fair to him. So he had it pretty rough for a long time. He moved away to college his first semester. He didn't wanna tell anybody about his dad. He he was going to rush know and it was dad's day weekend, and they asked him, I said, social dad, come in this weekend. And he just looked at him and said, probably not. He didn't want to face it. And it proved that he still didn't face it. And so we're dealing with that now. He has he struggles being close to anybody. I want to say that me and my daughter, probably had the same problem fear of displeasing somebody again. And she is junior. She just finished her genius year in high school. She's a senior. She's a young senior. She's the youngest class. She was younger. And so, I think. It. He remembers everything. She's dealing with it in a different way. They're different people. And Nathan did not want to have pictures of him in the house savannah, wanted pictures everywhere. And I had to try to find some balance when you're trying to raise kids that are grieving also analysts that you don't know if it's just grief, or is it just adult behavior. Kelly Brown will be our guest as we continue and two of our navy seals who are.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on KTRH

"Who is to widow of Dany, Danny each one of the original four. Along with Marcus Latrell, who were dropped on the side of a mountain in Afghanistan to take out an important leader of the Taliban forces. Of course, three of the four in number more who came to rescue them against all odds markets, the trail survived, or we wouldn't know the story making him, of course, the lone survivor for the sixth year in a row tonight, we will host the day needs memorial foundation event, which will benefit the sons and daughters of navy seals who were killed in action. We spoke to Kelly Brown this morning. That's on the podcast from the morning show. Kelly Brown is the widow of Adam Brown. Adam Brown story was told in the book fearless. Adam Brown who doesn't want any aspect of his life until he was a severe drug addict who was in trouble with the law. He was given a choice, rehab, or jail into rehab. Went into the navy seals became one of the toughest baddest navy. Seals of all time lost his eye in the training continued to train and qualify as a one eyed seal which is almost impossible. Lost the use of almost all of one of his hands when it was chopped off continued to qualify using his left hand and his left eye. Adam seal Brown is what the seals referred to as an iron man. He was killed in two thousand ten when he was shot many times, by the enemy. His widow told her story this morning on the program, and she will be Republic country club this evening. At our sixth. It's the tenth annual of the event, sixth year in a row that we've had Republic country club so that we could so that we could support it over the years, JJ watt is shown up, Shane elector future hall of fame, punter. Dan Crenshaw has been their most years. We've had Marcus Latrell shows up, many years, the entire cast in the starring cast of lone survivor has attended Marcus brother Morgan Latrell has attended. You never know who's going to show up. I don't ask. We just host the event, and it's a huge honor to get to be a part of it in all of the funds raised for the evening. Go to the children of navy seals, who die in the line of battle this Monday, of course, it's Memorial Day where we remember those who died in battle. So it's our Friday drat home. And I think you probably know already, you know, we hear the Michael berry.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Give me some sneakers. We'll give you some sneer. I'm trying to figure. Okay, sneakers I can get to join the two K leave man. I want to be looking at fresh when I'm out during the cook. I thought it was animated. No. It's not animated. Did. I miss that. What do you mean? Like, they're not actual people playing their animated. So I don't need I wouldn't need sneakers to join the league to try to be in the league or basketball. I'm thinking about getting like one of these Wilson balls or? Ball animated. Sports radio. Walk out of the program. Sports, abbott. Wayne Walker talking with sideways, you're talking NBA two K. I'm just trying to figure out how people explain to me the process of how you can join picked up in drafted and one of these lease. And now, I think they need to call back. But I think it's animated video game playing. Oh, so I wouldn't need sneakers. I mean to wear like regular yet the plate. No, I think it's animated. Chevron, you do realize I'm kidding. That's your rubbish. Wow. This guy's not very intelligent. All right. Let's take a phone call. Let's go to Mike to eighty five eight Mike you're at sports outweighed Walker. How're you doing Mike? What's up? K-league is. South occasion of American. Okay. Okay. You said the worst you said the worst sophistication of America. Did you not? Yes, sir. I did. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Fat out of shape guys sitting on the couch. Actually played basketball in his life. Hot pockets. Drinking mountain dew all day long game. I think. Like, you said hockey, join his out real woman basketball. I mean, I'll do we we we're sliding down the slippery slope. My brother. Yeah. So in other words, don't sound like you're respecting the gay man because you'd make it sound like it's a it's a lazy man's game. Like, it's something that we're glorify that promotes laziness is that what you're saying. Well, almost forty four year old man. I get up in the morning workout. I still play soccer three times a week. Okay. Okay. Okay. Man, you was rolling into your phone service. Got kind of wet right there. Mike. I apologize man. Survived survive. He was wrong. Okay. I'll tell you we play soccer to okay, he works out his four. Okay. Okay. And then how do you do that? How do you do that? Was. Yeah, I'm not gonna see that. That's Chevron south. Yeah. That's what had happened. Let's take another phone calls go to Jonesboro high. Johnny your Gina your ass, Johnny. I'm sorry. I sports portrayed of to navigate welcome. How you doing doing? Well, how about yourself? All right now before I was wondering if I could thrown my piece on the technical. Okay. Absolutely go right ahead. All right. So I on the case. Now, I just want to clarify something he was calling to k- playing and you know, making a league lazy? But we we've had things like this before, you know, people play Professional Chess and things like that. Okay. Now, maybe not the complete, you know, same thing. But it takes actual still to play TK. And then of the people is not something that's easy to do. Okay. Okay. And and also for all the parents out there that have kids that play too much. Actually offering scholarships for weeks. So they can play to pay and. Well, let me just say this front for representing the old school in let me let me just say this. Now, I want you to take this the wrong way. But I'm just gonna tell you. I'm gonna tell you the perspective of somebody of my generation. And I'm not saying it's the right angle to say, but I'm gonna tell you how how we think. Okay. Okay. If I get up every day. And I'm going, and I'm going to work, and I'm grinding it out trying to put food on the table to fit now as I walk out the door every day. Now, you ain't got no job you sit up in my house, eating my food. Paying no rent, you ain't paying nothing you like nineteen and this is that gap year. Were you try to convince your parents, I'm gonna oh, I know I just graduated barely. But I'm gonna take a year off before I apply to a junior college. But I'm just going to sit up here and play video games all day. I gotta tell you man when I walk out the door. I'm looking at you decide I and I'm saying to my wife over we gotta get this month. We gotta get this up out of here. That we. That's what that's what my generation is thinking looking at you. We might not say it because we know you are so sensitive. We say we can't give it to you with the complete real news. Otherwise, you might go into a tizzy. But but that's what we. Now, I have a question for you. Okay. Go ahead. So now you say that, but if your child is making. Hundreds of thousands of dollars. Now. Oh, that changes things, so prayer prayer, prayer and money changes things. And that'd be a real is that is that not. Now before. Okay. Go ahead. Now, I have a problem with not just what's been happening. The hawks in general, okay? Technical fouls because there's too much of the referees. Taking those things in their hands. They're doing too much as far as far as taking players out of games and taking emotional the game by the thing that makes the game beautiful is that not only the motion on the court out playing each other. But also that emotion that comes out. The league is change in a way that you don't see that same competition because they're selling any rules to maintain and keep players safe in there. You know, keep everyone happy, and it's just not about that you need to pro competition missing. I agree. I agree with you one thousand percent on that Johnny, Johnny. I appreciate your participation tonight in the program. Thank you. Thanks for having me know Powell high school. Suss out the who what high school? Luella high school. Okay. Okay. She I talked to a coach Brown doing for y'all. Ladies, man. I know you're lost in the final four, man. Shouts out to PJ Omar's pairs Miller. Shouts out who the other young lady out there. I forget her name. It'll come to me it'll come to me. But shoutout man Luella coach Brown. Oh, yeah. I knew Shiva digit about these. But he's high school folks out here Kelly her name Kelly Kelly Brown, that's what I'm thinking about Kelly Shazad. She's got a thousand points this year. For the Luella called.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This morning to try to help those who may be stuck out in the frigid cold. But is anyone going to them more live and local with w w J's Charlie Langton, Charlie what we're hearing that in Detroit, they are at capacity, but I'm in war, and I've talked to two people now one on the mound role that's fourteen mile near mound. And then the other one nine mile near Van Dyke in the one nine mile. The only four people showed up the entire night. They were open since four they'll be open 'til eight AM, and they'll do it all again today, but there is enough food, shelter, blankets, etc. For fifty people. But again, only four showed up the police brought one person there. And then that one another person was only there for a couple of hours, but Kelly Brown works for the parks and rec who converted that building. They said don't be embarrassed. Sometimes people just need a little shelter for just a temporary. And it's okay. Some of the homeless people actually looked like just like you. And I somebody you'd work with a are. They have jobs they have cars they. They just don't have a place to be. And she says that they are welcoming people to go there nine mile in near Van Dyke. Call the city of Warren for more information reporting live in Warren, Charlie Manson, WJ NewsRadio nine fifty dollars. Seems like a lot of people are staying home today, but WWE WWE's Mike Campbell is finding some hardy folks in Detroit joining us live with more on this. Hey, mike. Hey, come boy stopped to put air in the tires of the news truck and within I would say less than a minute. My fingers started to feel the cold. There are people standing at bus stops in Detroit for a lot longer than I was out there, and they say, yeah, it is freezing cold, but they gotta get where they're going like Jamie hearing from Detroit's code. That's why I had to wear light four layers of pants and light five had at what his jacket. A sports jacket. And a hoodie though. You know, I'm gonna thermal the if there is a saving grace here dot has waived all bus fares because it's so darn cold and for Chris swag from Detroit. He says that helps a lot seven or eight dollars. And.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"And watching him get mad at rafts and scream and yell and hopefully it all ends like closure is think of the Super Bowl. Fill rivers is down a score with a minute and a half left. And it's the classic Phil river strive. But this time he completes this time. They Kelly Brown kicks the football. My God would that. I mean, he would have to retire. Oh, yeah. He's absolutely. He's he's weights you spicy way to a dog. Still has the passion for it. I think he just plays football because it gets them away from his family. Yeah. Like, that's that's quite for him. A little peace and quiet is getting tackled by eleven three hundred pound guys. You have nine kids at home that. Is actually better to me. You're absolutely right on that. And I also think there's a piece of him. Like, everyone knows that guy who loves to get into Bates. All the time. You know, your friend do. No, no, yeah. No. You're not that. No. There is that guy. I am annoying. Annoyingly like tries to get an arguments and always is the contrarian. I think that's a little bit of Phil rivers, and he just would miss fighting with refs so much if he wasn't playing in the NFL because he goes for it like instantly every single call. He's got at least talk to them about it. That's true. He does strike me as a guy that he doesn't feel alive unless he's being hated by someone right? If you're at home around people that love you. It's like, what's the point is is gross. This is stupid too. Many can prove that I'm better than somebody. If they agree with me all the time. I would imagine he would dress like his oldest kid up in refugee for just so he can get practicing been like what are you seeing? There was one guy has to wear the refugee form every day and everybody else wears the bolo tie. And they'll just scream at the ref kid is packed with. I'm looking forward to next weekend. We've got a Philip rivers. And a running back with a sprained MC L going up against the patriots. So this is his chance to to avenge that loss back in two thousand seven what do you think? What say you? Are you nervous nervous crazy how that thing going? He does that they have the like team of destiny. This is Phil rivers last run type feel kind of crazy how Antonio gates his career lasted longer than rob gronkowski's. That's not true. Antonio gates. Look so fat. Oh, he does. Yes. He likes Larry a little ball. He was never running full speed after he caught the catch even though is that and the game was like taking his time getting up and run back. He can still box people out though. Yes. Yes. So great. He just rolls down. He's like a p q character. Pok mon. Yeah. He just he's like or Kirby member Kirby the video game that we just sucked everything up. Yeah. Just rolls down the field with the ball. I was gonna say his body proportions. Are exactly that the same dimensions of gummy bear. Yeah. He's like throw the ball who going bear. Yeah. We'll just we'll just sticking out of his belly. We just roll on down. All right. So I'm excited for next weekend. Even though football stinks who the charges are going to be the patriots. I think that the can I think they're really can. Yes. I like I like the service show I every single team in the AFC right now in my opinion has an equal shot was spreading. I haven't looked probably like four and a half tell you what I'll make you bet straight up. I do think that the charge is going to win. There you go. I really do what you wanna bet pinkies. No, we're not calm down. Fuck. Nice. I mean. Someone say pinky. I all right. How about this? If I win shave your entire beard. Oh, oh charges. When you gotta shave your beard. That's bad. That's bad. Name stay fence with understanding the only name that's worse than that. Is you shaving your hair? No, hey, no, anything. But that Hank. How 'bout loser gets to pick the loser's jumpsuit, no stupidest? Thanks. You have to shave your beard. You've shave your head..

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"kelly brown" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"And watching him get mad at rafts and scream and yell and hopefully it all ends like closure is think of the Super Bowl. Fill rivers is down a score with a minute and a half left. And it's the classic Phil river strive. But this time he completes this time. They Kelly Brown kicks the football. My God would that. I mean, he would have to retire. Oh, yeah. He's absolutely. He's he's weights you spicy way to a dog. Still has the passion for it. I think he just plays football because it gets them away from his family. Yeah. Like, that's that's quite for him. A little peace and quiet is getting tackled by eleven three hundred pound guys. You have nine kids at home that. Is actually better to me. You're absolutely right on that. And I also think there's a piece of him. Like, everyone knows that guy who loves to get into Bates. All the time. You know, your friend do. No, no, yeah. No. You're not that. No. There is that guy. I am annoying. Annoyingly like tries to get an arguments and always is the contrarian. I think that's a little bit of Phil rivers, and he just would miss fighting with refs so much if he wasn't playing in the NFL because he goes for it like instantly every single call. He's got at least talk to them about it. That's true. He does strike me as a guy that he doesn't feel alive unless he's being hated by someone right? If you're at home around people that love you. It's like, what's the point is is gross. This is stupid too. Many can prove that I'm better than somebody. If they agree with me all the time. I would imagine he would dress like his oldest kid up in refugee for just so he can get practicing been like what are you seeing? There was one guy has to wear the refugee form every day and everybody else wears the bolo tie. And they'll just scream at the ref kid is packed with. I'm looking forward to next weekend. We've got a Philip rivers. And a running back with a sprained MC L going up against the patriots. So this is his chance to to avenge that loss back in two thousand seven what do you think? What say you? Are you nervous nervous crazy how that thing going? He does that they have the like team of destiny. This is Phil rivers last run type feel kind of crazy how Antonio gates his career lasted longer than rob gronkowski's. That's not true. Antonio gates. Look so fat. Oh, he does. Yes. He likes Larry a little ball. He was never running full speed after he caught the catch even though is that and the game was like taking his time getting up and run back. He can still box people out though. Yes. Yes. So great. He just rolls down. He's like a p q character. Pok mon. Yeah. He just he's like or Kirby member Kirby the video game that we just sucked everything up. Yeah. Just rolls down the field with the ball. I was gonna say his body proportions. Are exactly that the same dimensions of gummy bear. Yeah. He's like throw the ball who going bear. Yeah. We'll just we'll just sticking out of his belly. We just roll on down. All right. So I'm excited for next weekend. Even though football stinks who the charges are going to be the patriots. I think that the can I think they're really can. Yes. I like I like the service show I every single team in the AFC right now in my opinion has an equal shot was spreading. I haven't looked probably like four and a half tell you what I'll make you bet straight up. I do think that the charge is going to win. There you go. I really do what you wanna bet pinkies. No, we're not calm down. Fuck. Nice. I mean. Someone say pinky. I all right. How about this? If I win shave your entire beard. Oh, oh charges. When you gotta shave your beard. That's bad. That's bad. Name stay fence with understanding the only name that's worse than that. Is you shaving your hair? No, hey, no, anything. But that Hank. How 'bout loser gets to pick the loser's jumpsuit, no stupidest? Thanks. You have to shave your beard. You've shave your head..

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"kelly brown" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"That's the only reason why he didn't announce a starter because Jalen hurts what a transferred. Now, you know, if you're Jalen hurts and you got to you're not playing. Yes, he, this has to be a huge plus for dabble Sweeney and recruiting because he could say, look, see, I took care. I'll take care of you even if things don't work out, I'll make sure that you are left with the best opportunity possible for your career. That coach over there isn't doing that. He's going to hold you all to himself. Do you think this is used in recruiting against Alabama for quarterback, say, yeah, Connor percent? Yeah. So Kelly Brown announced that he would transfer yesterday, and I think the devil Sweeney talked to him and it didn't go well, and he just said, look, you can go home. You don't have to go to practice, and then he went home and then he's going home home. But Trevor Lawrence is the highly touted. Freshman had a good game against Georgia Tech Bryant rescued them from Texas am. And now you've got this situation where we've seen this before. Joe Berle was at Ohio State and he couldn't beat out Haskins. He transfers to LSU LSU has quarterbacks who then transfer because he came in. This is the new wave of college football, and these kids are looking for even one year to be able to still be able to be a starter, and this is going to continue to happen in this four-game. It used to be three games now it's four games. And then after that you you, you're stuck as far as trying to transfer? Yes, polling, but Kelly Bryant could be in the driver's seat. Look like Michigan always needs a quarterback. All these schools, Florida state. He can have his pick of a dozen top twenty programs for one year one year assassin. Yeah, mclovin I met a calm saying that Kelly Brian will get you to the final four. Trevor Lawrence can beat Alabama. And the final four that seems like a bit of a leap to me, but I like that reasoning. Does that bring true? Well, it better if you're Daboh Sweeney, that's the expectation. Yes program that that's how you're measured here. You're measured if you can beat Alabama and who gives you a better chance of beating Alabama. But I think Dabo Sweeney could've kept Bryant there. He could have and he could have said, look, you're still going to play. We're going to be playing for a national title. Do you want to be involved in that we want you to be involved in that or was he just honest? Did he do the right thing for the kid and not his program and maybe did maybe we're not giving dabble enough credit? Yeah, mclovin. Why do all these five star quarterbacks keep going in the same school to high read before the season of five star quarterback and two other four star quarterbacks left comes. They have like five, highly whatever programs doing here. It seems so strange to me to that all of the top programs right now, at least in terms of rankings, have some type of quarterback controversy. If it's the most important spot on the team, how can you have not have one quarterback? There's all of this sort of up and down. I mean, Alabama has a Georgia had it going into the season for sure. Clemson s LSU now let's I wish you LSU could use one of these quarter. Bax would love to have leftovers from Alabama or some of these other schools. They could never imagine that in the NFL where like good teams, not really sure which direction they're going to go as well. But you know what? That brings up an interesting situation because the bad teams in football right now don't necessarily need quarterbacks, you know. You know the jets don't need a quarterback, Arizona does it need a quarterback, the raiders have their quarterback. Houston has their quarterback. So the draft is going to be we're going to, we're going to see if this happens in the NFL. If all of a sudden, let's say Houston goes south and ends up with five wins..

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"kelly brown" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And the cross and the lynching tree professor cornell west calls dr cohn the greatest liberation theologian to emerge in the american empire we'll have more on his life and legacy later in the broadcast with the reverend dr serene jones head of union theological seminary where he worked for decades reverend dr kelly brown douglas and the reverend dr raphael warnock in atlanta and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warrant piece report i'm amy goodman welcome to all of our listeners and viewers around the country and around the world we begin today with news that north korean leader kim jong un has pledged to abandon his nuclear weapons if the united states agrees to formerly and the korean war and promises not to invade his country is comes after an historic meeting friday between cam and south korean leader mon j in in the in the truce village of panmunjom during the meeting which was broadcast live on the korean peninsula and around the world the two leaders held hands and pledged to work for peace and replaced in one thousand nine hundred fifty three armistice with a formal truce on sunday north korea's state media said kim had vowed to immediately suspend nuclear and missile tests and would dismantle its pum young re nuclear test site some analysts say the site has been unusable since a massive test last september caused an earthquake so big that satellites captured images of the mountains above the site actually moving but a south korean in presidential spokesman said that while some facilities are not functioning others remain in good condition he also told reporters kim had called for the united states to meet often with the north approach has leader kim said that if north korea meets the united states more often builds on trust and promises to end war and nonaggression why should we have nuclear weapons which make our life difficult all this comes as president trump has pressed north korea to dismantle its nuclear program ahead of a summit with kim in may or june and he recently revealed that now secretary of state mike pompeo made a secret visit to the north korean capital pyongyang over easter weekend on saturday supporters chanted nobel as trump spoke at a rally in michigan.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"On monday afternoon blue moon is brewed with valencia orange peel and a touch of coriander it's a creative twist on a belgian style we'd health for a taste that shines brighter taste responsibly blooming brewing company golden colorado we welcome all of the back here as we're heading for the second half of the program and a lot of football going on and much more tonight and obviously all we can we welcome in our good friend booger knack faro in joining us of course and we'll get his take on everything booger thanks to the time or as always want to start with clemson and alabama certainly ah this game has been hashed out get your overall thoughts on on the match up in uh anything you've picked up anything you've learned this week that could possibly sway the outcome your your your view of the outcome russia well i think it's going to be a little different everybody is portraying this as the trilogy and rightfully so but i think the third match up is going to be so different than the first two if we go back to the first two alabama was the clearcut favorite they had one of the better defense is in america and it was clemson that was trying to climb up to heal kinney get it done can dabble get this team over to haunt we all remember the epa game the first year in last year clemson finally got over the hardware think paul if you look at twenty seventeen i think it clear to me that the clemson tigers have been the best football team throughout the season so therefore if you're trying to look at this game and say okay can alabama handled the mindset of being the team that's the underdog a lot of people didn't think alabama should have got into the playoff polish should have been ohio how state so now clinton is the favorite can they handled at mind say like we can talk about accident owes all day we could talk about the running game and a linebackers that have been heard and kelly brown but to me this is the mindset game because these two teams know each other very well these two teams have played each other lot both coaches know each.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on KELO

"From tori forty seven partly cloudy in one here recovered newstalk 1320 1079 that vince thoroughly music from a celli brought christmas is just among my my favorites for just a host of reasons have gotten older not only the stalled you of course of charlie brown christmas but just this simple that song is so simple and the lyrics yet judged i just really love kelly brown christmas we also heard from cher number of folks have shared their favorite songs they wanted to hear this morning uh we haven't already i don't think we planning bing crosby yet this morning sharon wanted to hear a little bank crowds being i'll be home for christmas here i kelo mm.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"On to mclaren help blando mclaren health plan but clarin from michigan sports dog jammed fifty wtk a god ticker you're in ann arbor halftime wherever she can lead delaware state by a score of fifty eight seino's take a look of the first half thumbers michigan 55 percent the field twenty one of thirty eight go seven of fifteen from 3 that last shot by dunnston knocking their percentage under 50 but it's 47 percent still really good one of two of the free throw line for the walgreens in the first half by comparison delaware state to six thirty three from the floor that eighteen percent shooting they missed all six of their triple tries they were 6 of 8 from the free throw line rebounding battle michigan heavily winning that one thirty one thirteen including eight five on the offensive glass they outscored them a second chance points to the walgreens 1202 nothing can turnovers that the thing michigan will lament a bit firsthalf turnovers from delaware state to over into double figures led by kaitlan flared he was seventy five of nine 3point shooting game and also at a teamhigh poor first half assists 10 points for halle gone along with a half dozen rebounds the goal munger chipped in eight point four boards three from dejounte church along with four rebounds and three assists so great first have predation in thirteen minutes supply and then two points each for kayla robbins gillian guns that akin rate johnson kelly brown had 6 dunton had seven rebounds to lead michigan his wells 3 assists in her eighteen minutes play over result as a team had fifteen assists on twenty one may vehicles on the other side per delaware state six points each for their scoring leaders scenario williams are say ana williams rather and but asia ashforth those players a half dozen points four points for ryan jones and two from asia carol jackson leading rebound or in the first half three apiece for ash and jones and just two first half assists for delaware state on their.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thought in mind i have not had a chance to ask you get booger and if anyone was watching obviously you know bulgaria does a terrific job at the abc studios for us all day saturday on the college football and then you're there for the the college football ranking shows but for those who did i get a chance to see and have not heard your take georgia is one alabama as to notre is three clemson is four as far as you are concerned does the committee on the right path as they start this season i think they're on the right path and stole to top georgian alabama eubased we splitting hairs most people i watched a tape greney anything could alabama is the best team they have a more consistent quarterback more season georgia has a freshman and jake from vegas likes alabama they said vegas would be a alabama be favor by ten over georgia so georgia is number one goal because it a win they have at number three notredame early in the season i liked a win is one of the best wins if not the best win in the country so i think the committee guided right but placing george number one alabama number two notre dame schedule with how they play how good they've gone and how they are cindy i think it's important and look at oklahoma oklahoma's defense is descending which is why my opinion oklahoma is not in a top four right now because of where they're headed okay notre dame is as sending which is why the number three putting claims that number four tells me that we have 13 humans in a room and actually watched the game to pay attention because it's clear to me that when kelly brown was hurt their friday night in it's no disrespect all the syracuse alone we have we're going to udsp and that was a different team they play kelly brown in clemson they weren't the same night and the committee is paying attention to that and they are giving him a little bit of a pass for him being hurt even though they lost a game five and six are intriguing greney because in sports here's with w often taught the.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"I still take kelly brown ima throwing contests over jill hurts that's why slide the asian plus the confidence the only a few teams in america when he step on a field alabama owned do did not fear them they think they're better than nam clemson is one of them or how states another one only a few that when a step on the field bama they're now beaten before they ever kickoff i want to ask us and arnold you wanted that ryan you wanna wait on that conversation now go for what i mean i've i've seen seminar against texas have seen ten vare now against washington state and this little thought has been bubbling for a couple of weeks now is not quite white what i expected it to be and it's not just interceptions by the way it's he seemingly open throws that are high consistently missing not consistently i can't say that it's not fair but several times a game missing throws it could be big plays you're going huh and it looked like an nfl through a me that looked off what the deal uh he's trying to win heisman replay a thing in the throes that are higher usually come from poor technique in poor fundamentals that can be fix what concerns me more decisionmaking by decisionmaking with the quarterback position is the indoor b o we've seen guys were great physical skill sister marcus russel greatest combine work out ever decision making the decisionmaking of a quarterback is the number one thing i would look for the number one thing not tell moscow i want in my quarterback i don't care about forty time i don't care about arm strength i don't keep our three cone decisionmaking champion can played a longtime nfl with a paper gun on because of decisionmaking knowing when to throw the football sam don't always making bad decision in that to me would be a really real telltale sign of what's to combine the unifil because decisionmaking doesn't just change overnight prime example jameis winston through autonomes interceptions at florida state he's thrown a few in the nfl that hasn't changed and they're trying to get it mandate gunslinger mentality so i like you we are praised the lower we agree we agrees south in his mission was sound darnell.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"I had to put your money may all that money you make i'd put it on washington right now let's booger mcfarland freely throwing right other people's money bug you look at your game tonight on abc clemson in virginia tech i think i can't wait to watch josh jackson it really the first shot that i think all of us are going to know you saw him in landover when virginia tech played west virginia so maybe you have a better idea of what he's about than most of us so tell us josh jackson virginia tech's redshirt freshmen quarterback how do you like him as clemson in that remarkable defense comes it all or are you know the bigger quarterback gotta do take care to football he doesn't turn it over you only get one wondering who still produce season taking care of the football he's gone i i mean he he got gree greek gene he understand on the moment not too big form and more importantly the point is an outstanding job of preparing him now giving him too much but more importantly like we thought alabama last year were up our base the growth of german hurts by basically spoon premium they have in small and periods when they brought him alone slowly but he's been capable of handling more given a more and i think we need more on a i love but you know he's going to be a bulgarian i'd be in line i'm going to play male job right now i think the guy poor guys that are going to talk to around that in oko drafted clemson in so i beg in order for junk that can happen tonight his alternative line has got to perform well lee kinda give him maybe two twodegree seconds to get the ball out and then after that is now forever who had a good deal could go where you got gotta move around i do you can order prohibiting you take the wind he got to have an outstanding game he's got outplayed kelly brown and there's going to be a called defense alive and are going to be on display mississippi state at auburn outta cheered and hair six o'clock tonight bogin auburn deputy rogoff early in the year if they lost to clemson than the struggle with merck sir mississippi state everybody was high on until.

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"kelly brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kelly brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An atmosphere of civility and open debate far too many campuses across america had become characterized speech codes safe zones tone policing administration sanction political correctness all of which amounts to nothing less than suppression of the freedom of speech vice president pence takes this opportunity on campus to speak up for freedom of speech as he's doing it some not all of the graduates are standing up and walking out of the speech and there was another name student tried to explain to cnn why she thought that was her name is on a yellow tics inskeep emme animal on iheartradio eight i an i know okay so let's just walk through that incident mike pence speaking out for notre dame criticizing campuses in general the students saying many of us felt unsafe what do you make of all well i definitely think with the students did was entirely appropriate i've been frustrated and saddened to see in many cases students either refused they try to shut down events in some cases are shout speakers down in the case of charles murray in some cases in the case of the great kelly brown several years back on i do get a little worried when i hear people talking about using the word unsafe mean basically uncomfortable i do think that that's a that leads to problems for people sort of conflate opinions with violence and that's something that i have been increasingly seen on campus of the macomb of major distinction between those two things violence increasingly doesn't mean setting a fire at berkeley to stop an event violence means sang words that people don't want and that's a very bad trend that i wrote about a wrote a book called freedom from speech a couple of years ago and i said if you create a situation in which a professor when you so you feel unsafe they they they assume nine times out of ten you mean something more like uncomfortable that's a very dangerous situation for people who are genuinely unsafe certainly like when i was in college of you said you are in safe you'd my got we have to call the police what what do we need to do watering down terms that are so central.

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