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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:16 min | 9 months ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"1.5 Steve Trouble lease. 1 800 to 831 at 1.5 talking about the cool cars. The car is like when the boys were back in town is what the boys were in crowded into. It moves when they shifted it. Foot on the gas in your flu. And if you did that in Union City, you stopped at every red light at every freaking block. And I know that because that's what life was like in Union City, and I think it still is that his day Once upon a time, there was a guy named Jean Nagel on the really fast car that he stopped at every light in every block. I'm borderline Avenue. They didn't You had a time it right, right. You had a time it right. You get one. How many 345 lights A man. I had some great cars. Tell me first, my first one. I was like 15. It was 1955 4 door. Pink and great Bel Air that I bought for $35 and I gave the guy $5 more to get to 35 believe the plates on it as a driving job once in a while and little Syria's 15 15. And they would have died. We just pushed it out to the street walked away disappeared. Then my first new car was 69 Firebird, right? Lent it to a friend. And he wrapped it up going to a wedding and the GM was on strike couldn't get parts. Oh, man went to were read Men's in Pennsylvania, which we all did as a late night thing and look at the cars right? Because there were thousands of them. Oh, my God. Come over this rise and there's 50 Corvette. That plastic. I mean, this is like Christmas Eve. And I was like, man, how they always Tony's here. I find the one I want because I was a real road and track guy, right driver guy in those days. Yeah, it was getting 69 a half. Uh, Corvette, lt one, which was the last of the high compression performed. Of course that became the Barbie car, I think was like 13 to 1 factory headers. 4 11 were Close ratio hers. I mean, it had everything from the factory Nowhere can dato No power windows. None of that nonsense. Sports car How much it was about 12 5100. Oh, my God. 5101 100. Yeah. And at the factory with street tires about 12.5 caught second car. Wow. And you drove that in Union City. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, that would have one cop that didn't like anybody. I'm not going to mention his name, but he he was a big He didn't even like Mark Fresco. Oh, my God. Everybody loved mark for he was Lennie Briscoe. Everybody loved market. Let's go. You don't like you don't like ice cream Exactly. He was my neighbor. He used to put me or all the time, but, uh, I remember. So did you park this car? My mother's garage or what? No, no. By that time I had to wait. Lincoln. Oh, the white Lincoln. There we go to the way I like it. But, you know, I pined for this car. Uh, You know, it is one of those. You know, I was living with my dad garage in the back with a shop and the department of State Jewish life is going to redo it for myself and everything else. I didn't have to trade it in. I was making you know what my expenses were nothing and no kids. No wife. So why did you get rid of it? I I wanted to be adults. What are you nuts? I like to say Yeah, it was. And to this day, it's like the girl that got away. Oh, man. Uh, well, here are stupid. This is Yeah. I traded in an ash young voters, right? The vacant place. One night I leave the bomb in the barrel and I drive down. They had a used car lot across from Colonial Diner. Uh, I drove there because I had the extra key in my pocket right to sit in the car back. This is like that's sick fucking night. The car. Oh, man should have brought it back. I don't want I don't. Yeah, I never thought What is that? I thought, you know it deals a deal. But to this day I pine for that car should go find it. It was such a scary car, Steve, you said And then the suicide seat. I punched it. My goodness. It would throw you back in the the only thing I did to this car. I went to the hardware store that screw a lock nut and washer and put it in the linkage. So we kick in faster when they punched it, man. The car was a monster. You got to get that out on Route three. No, You couldn't drive that in the city, right? The city's just painted. Yes, 46, right? Yeah. I drove them 46 23 1 night racing to historic open at six o'clock. And I've never seen one of these guys since he was a D. M V cup. A DMV ego, But they're they're harmless. They're not real right there. Just cop cops, right? They can't pull you over. Can they? Well, he didn't give me a ticket. That was wrong. He gave me a ticket for 10 over right and I was wrong, He said I lost you at 110. We went from 23 to 46. Wow. If you didn't slow down, I would never had you and I are gonna give it to me for it. And they said you just turn over the 10 over because are you kidding me? Yes, sir. Jeremy. Really? Okay. No problem. But you must have been like a cop magnet with that car. Oh, that car was, Yeah. You know, you could never get in the left lane and then parking and you had to be sitting there, you know, petrified as you're working with the car outside. He was the guy was a beautiful car. Yeah, well, and you have. The cause is so simple then and like you said before, when you took it. You could work on these cars going to fund with them. That's it, because you've got close to the car was intimate. Now it's it's a computer. It goes up. They're all the same today. There's no card 12 year old to help you. You do you really do hate it was in a club this week. This week. Gino Piscotty. Oh, really? How's he doing? He soon. Good. We have them here in February. Uh, he's a lot of fun. Oh, I love Gino bandana and everything you're doing, really? Yeah, Every time I have Geno one, I just sit there with a dump. But no, no, no. After we're very close to being sold out for the John Brown anything and then September 9th Oh, really? I worked with him Saturday night. I was with him in Marina over at the Brook Hyde. I heard that. Yeah, and we're gonna have the him and, uh, since August, really? All right, you guys come in. We'll come on. Well, do something. Oh, cool. Great. Absolutely. All right, kiddo. What are you driving? Now? What are you driving? Now? That doesn't compare to what you had then got rid of my car. You know, my my my, my at least was up and we just have the land cruiser. Yeah, that's not the same. All right, man. What'd I tell you? What would it be stepping is? Oh, my goodness. Now you need style. You know, Like those sixties cars. They had style. That was the year That.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Play KNBR, David. A little Lennie Briscoe there from from a law and order, huh? That was next. Plus 5.5 be all over that nicely done orders the next tonight 4 30 tip from Madison Square Garden. Let's get into a little bit of the sound that I know. I'm sure Murphy went through a bunch of yesterday. The reaction to dream on green and What went down on Saturday with his double technical, the ejection. Just the absolute meltdown of the end of that game, which, you know, I actually put out a tweet writers. I turned on the game. I see Steph Curry's getting scratched from the game. I'm like point. How are we doing here? Them what We watching Warriors and hornets for if no Steph Curry's play and turned out to be a pretty damn good game, and I was, You know, I have the juices going. I was into it. I was excited about it. Um, it was also keeping an eye on the on the under card for Derek Lewis and Curtis Blade is in the UFC, which ended up being just a absolute destruction of a knockout by Derek Lewis most not doubts in UFC heavyweight history now, But anyway, it was almost a knock out of the Charlotte Hornets by the Warriors on Saturday until it all comes unraveling in the final. What nine seconds of the game for the Warriors. 15 seconds of the game anyway. Draymond sits down yesterday does is practice media session. And, uh, you know, I don't know how how mad warrior fans aren't Draymond. I think we don't even want to call it a double edged sword because it's not really like one edges way sharper than the other. He gives you more than he's going to take away from you, and you could blame an MBA title on him, But you could also credit him with multiple NBA Finals appearances. So, um, it's tough to really be upset about him for 11 big mishap at the end of a game in February, however, in the scheme of it like again, I was referencing this earlier when we look back into 2020 Giants. He's in there, like three games that you point to its the to Trevor got games against the A's and maybe maybe another one against the A's later in the season, And then that third night against the tabula Stella down against the Angels in Anaheim, the walk off home run, and when you miss out on the postseason by a game, it's easy to magnify and identify. You know, multiple times that cost you One game that may have put you in a different position at the end of the season. I don't know that I feel that way really about this game because once Steph goes down, I felt like it was an uphill battle. Anyway, you were sort of playing with house money being at the end of that game. Also. Referees played a huge role in the Warriors losing that came so they asked Raymond Greene about it yesterday. He said he's reflected on it hear his comments on the ejection from Saturday. My perspective is as such It seems over toe over the past couple days. Um, I'd say immediately after that game, I was kind of pissed off. No, just on My feelings have the whole situation. Uh, You know how the first tech went down More is more so than the second tech over my initial felons in anger. Uh, That came from the situation as I said, and I thought about situation and reassess, Um you know, as I have timeto Like the whole thing. Marinating Digest. I was dead ass wrong. How about that to just accept it? Yeah. Hey, I just accept fault was on me. I'll wear it. I mean, and that's you know, And he's gonna go on to explain here that you know, since in the last five years from the time he was 25 27 30. He's grown. He's evolved. He's changed. He's reacted the things differently, and I think that's all true. I also think that there's something to be said about just saying, Hey, I was wrong. Let's move on. Let's you know you can take this, uh, Azaz. The end all be all for who I am, but we also were just praising him for His comments about things that he said about Andre Drummond actually went on to say that that you know if you Googled me before the Andre Drummond situation or before this situation on Saturday, all you'd see was the comment I made about Andre Drummond said, was being praised for that stuff. And then you know, you get ejected for our for arguing and getting into the face of officials on Saturday, and you Google Draymond Green's name, and it's a completely different set of stories, articles really, to sort of juxtaposing things about who this guy is, however, they both come back to the foundation of who Draymond Green is. And that's what he's a knowledgeable, emphatic, energetic, exciting, passionate basketball player. That's why we love him and again. It's it's I don't even want to call it a double edged sword because you're gonna have injections like this. You're gonna have technical fouls like this. But as he's gotten older evolved, he's a different person on the floor. And I think he's a much more contained person were much more understanding of how far you can push things with officials. Here's another one on him just saying, Yeah, I was wrong, and I could I can learn and have learned to it. With that, You know, I'm a completely different person than I was at 30. I mean, at 25 than I am I 30. So when I look at the person who I am today, that should never happen, Uh And so, you know, saying that, um You know, I can admit My thoughts and when I'm wrong, and I was wrong on I have to do What I have to do to make that up to my teammates, and I don't mean you know, obviously, uh, you know, like I told you guys, I appreciate sport of me. But that action does not want support. You know with with support from teammates comes a responsibility and I let that responsibility up. This is I mean, this is why this guy's the leader that he is. The reflective tone of Bremen here is pretty apparent. I think it just the way he's talking about this and young guys, tell them Hey, man, we appreciate you. We stand up for you. We have your back. He's like, that's great. Now. I appreciate that, because he's gonna be times where he's gonna need it again in the future, and especially down the stretch here. If they're fighting for playoff positioning, you're gonna need that. He made support, but he's also like I gotta support you guys. I can't be letting you down like this. Steve Kerr talked about this yesterday as well, saying, it's gonna be times where you've got to help for a bond, not cross that line..

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Nonetheless, exactly when music with music like You know when your DJ you would put a record on back when you could you put a record on he'd listen to the song and the song either Be a base line in a song or drum in the song or lyric in the song they would give you the next song. And you build these sets. So like when it comes to a television, Abbott Costello the way the show was set up. They were the center and he had all the characters Mike. The cops think, e the girl all around them. And that was Jerry. Jerry was the center and the funny around him was Kramer and could George and the same thing with the Andy Griffith show, Andy Griffith realized The first year. He was supposed to be the funny guy. But then he brought his pal don knots on the show, and he realized that he was best being the straight man for don nuts and letting it go that way, and it did. 1 802 831 on 1.51 of the shows that you got Turned on to that took place before your time. You know, there's so many of them and now because we have so much on TV that reruns that when they were when the shows were made nobody ever thought Would last So many deals were made where it's like Mary Ann on. Gilligan's Island was told, you know, get residuals, and in the end, she got him and nobody else did. Audrey Meadows got residuals from Jackie Gleason because her brother Long negotiated a deal right up until, uh, 1962 where they all hanging up on you. Hillary Brooke. Hillary Brooke, That was it. Hillary Brooke. I got it. Does we have the girl from M and Costello? Alright, wanting under 2831 on 1.5. You got more news coming up as well. If you could think of it, you know, Give me a show that you got turned on to show that took place before your time. Maybe from the fifties, the sixties and seventies, whatever, but you start watching it now and you'll like it. All right, Wanting 100 to 831 on 1.5, Uh, there's so many of them and that, like I said, when you guys like me TV or the decades channel, they're so excessively land. Yeah, And you know, I didn't get to know Seinfeld. I don't care about Seinfeld when it was out. When Glenn moved in, he was B Street. Glenn was like a huge Seinfeld fan. So they were on every day, so because they were on every day, it's almost like when you have a show. It's on every day they become part of the family. You know, they become part of the family. I mean, law and order. When Lennie Briscoe die, they said the mascot it's Ah 10 18 is fast traffic. Being home. Del Newman Springs Road remains closed both ways for bridgework between Long Bridge Road and Crawford's corner. We've also got construction on Route nine in Lacy north, bound between South Street and Harbor in road. All lanes closed intermittently till 6 a.m. and then up the line and Sarah Bill, too. Right Lanes closed on Route nine North Bordentown Avenue to the Garden State Parkway still broken down tractor trailer for 40 North and Edison, the right lane closed by Woodbridge Avenue, leaving New Jersey across the Hudson. The Holland Tunnel closes.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"1.5 talking about the pushy willow tree that explain this to my producer did not know that it puts the willow tree existed. There's a cat named Willow who got saved. Apparently, they were in a car that was stolen. And the cats OK, don't know about the car. But cats, okay, because it was named Willow and I'm thinking, no, I get what they did Push, see? Well, my my producer picky, really explain it to him and always shaking his head in there. S o. It took it took the state of New Jersey to school. Young Mark. I mean, young Sam. All about this on my mind is Jamie is in Monmouth County on the jersey on a 1.5 Jamie. Hi. How are you? I'm good. How about you? The bank When I heard that I listen all the time at night when I'm driving, and I was cracking up in my car because have you ever seen and heard of movie serial mom? I heard of it, but I haven't seen it. No, tell me. In that movie. They just like home. Mom. It was she goes crazy, then. Like, start cutting down everybody's pussy willow trees. And Like what, Like this crazy thing? Yeah. You have to have somebody look it up right now. It's hilarious. Oh, my God. I've never called before I listen all the times I was like, Oh, my God. I'm gonna call. I'm glad you did. Serial mom and they she steals everybody's pussy willow trees, and he was a serial killer. So that's why I'm going now. Jamie, you're young. Have you ever seen a pussy willow tree? Yeah, I mean, lot. Not in the movie. I mean, live like, you know, in person. Yeah, I know, growing up and they come back on their ism in the art. Yeah, they're all over the place. And I didn't know that I didn't realize people didn't know about him, but I also didn't realize that they had disappeared. Yeah, well, you have to look at that movie. I am definitely gonna do it. Jamie. Thanks for the call to New Jersey. One on 1.5. So come on in what he was doing in the other room. Come on, come walk with me. Talk with me. Hang out. Uh, the legend of pussy willow here, a New Jersey one on 1.5. You know, I saying was saying, you know, here we do like serious topics like vaccines going back to school. Virtually, Yeah. Pussy Willow, But everybody calls there's the I didn't even get to get to the rest of my stories because and that was that was a last minute addition. As I was just scrolling through our website seeing what had happened since you know, like noon today when we're playing this show, and I saw update a willow was found. I was like, Oh, great. We were, You know, I felt kind of bad that we're kind of poke in front of this before there was a cat missing. Since now. I love cats. And I thought, Oh, great we can talk about the cat has found they found the Jeep to. It's a great Yeah, I found out the Chief got his name. Well, I should. Uh but Then, Uh, then this happened and I will certainly not forget this. Now. I've learned about pussy willows. I think maybe you should get a nice pussy Willow tree and put it in the Doyle yard. Your mother would love it. I think I got to get one for the studio. Now. You know what? That's not a bad idea. We got to get pussy willows. They'll send them to us. No, no, we don't want no indeed, with the one on 1.5 pussy Willow, burning them in the back, and I've been keeping woman really cooking the bagels on him. I didn't know they were being used to switches to. That's just That was the days, right? Yeah. Those were the days back when we had pussy willows and Grandma used to make me go cut him down so she could beat my ass with him. There was that a neighbor named Mark Fusco, who was the union City detective. Great guy. Absolute great guy, but and his wife was Peggy. And they had three Children, Mark Susan and Peggy in And they way they go and marry Peggy. Their names are the parents names are marking. Peggy the market Peggy and Children, two of their kids market hanging in. Yes. Okay, Uh, now they live halfway up the block. Right? Marco bag, Lennie Briscoe. But he was a really cool guy. Uh, Gino's s O anyway. They had this thing called the cat of Nine tails on what it was was a like a broomstick. And there were nine straps staple to the rooms. The stapled with straps of what leather belt out when you got in trouble out came the cat of nine tails. People talk about how that was the greatest time to be alive. This sounds terrible. But the pussy willows, the shape what the world would be like today. If you could still strap nine bells to a stick in, just attack your kid with it, And it wasn't about they ever used it, but just know knowing that it was there were more than enough to keep you. Well, the other thing. Just the fear in Catholic school, right? Holy rosary was on two floors. And they used to tell us that the dirt flock was where they kept the spanking she quick and if you messed up, you were going up to the third for what we did. You know, There's a lot of problems with the world we live in today, and it's been in an unprecedented time as they say, but thank God I didn't live in an era where is so open Just like I acted up son and just smack a kid around. I think the reason or no pussy willows because all the kids wipe them out. There's no need for many more kids are getting it is much we must eliminate the Boise without original.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Do you think people are holding onto the afterglow of having so much time off? I Yeah, right. Let it last as long as it can. Yes. Hey, In serenity, people, I agree. Okay, So, Julia, the story that I know you enjoyed it broke really on. Right after you were gone because he don't see each other since the 23rd of December and we said Heather and Christmas Eve Eve, But then I think it broke on maybe Christmas Day the story and it was About Hilaria Baldwin, Alec Baldwin's wife, basic, hilarious, hilarious and ever since he got with her, I've said the exact same thing. She's very areas. Basically her original Creek claim to fame after marrying Alec Baldwin was the instagram. Laundry, Mommy, Right. Okay with herself, he's and stuff but over over over the years Apparently. Why we never put this together. But she's been lying for years about the fact that she's basically pretended that she Spanish Okay, Well, I don't know, but, uh, a no account a twitter account on Christmas Day called Lennie Briscoe. As in Detective Lennie Briscoe on order, Baby Daddy, Okay. Um said, you know, I don't know why. You know people don't just straight up bust her. She's been lying for a least 10 years about being Spanish. And when she's not, she's like a white girl for Massachusetts. So, uh, Amy Schumer had made fun of She Hillary's lingerie for with their fifth baby, and then she yelled at the Internet because people were shaming her. Posting half naked photos of herself. This is how it looks when you just have your fifth baby, and she looks like she's skinnier than the rest of the world. Basically, so Amy Schumer kind of did a funny one. And then allow area for some reason, hilariously thought she was like, maybe have fun with it. Well, that just fed the flames of all this. So Lennie Briscoe. Detective Decker Lennie Briscoe went out on Twitter. And then just started dropping the receipts of all the different times. Alec Baldwin has been on late night show saying while my wife is from Spain, and Howard Stern, and then he does this imitation of, you know, an accented English. Alec Baldwin didn't then she Lennie Briscoe. Them was given the receipts and all the times. Larry has been on shows and pretended and that her to be an influencer and yoga instructor and whatever her Wikipedia page, her see a bio page saying that she was born in my orca. So Hill area then does instagram thing. Basically, this is all happening on Twitter. Nowhere else basically and Twitter and insist ramp Okay over Chris. It's basically the adrenaline we needed to get through between Christmas and there's nothing else happening. Okay? Got it kind of funny, You know, just kind of funny, but she gets so busted so Then she does this instagram thing. Where? Yes, I'm a white girl. But I love Spain. And, you know I can't help it that other people, you know, just have made assumptions. So she does this When? When? Where? Instagram thing. Well, then. More drama and folds because in the New York Times, calls her last Tuesday and she decides suspend an hour and a half feeding The fire, The flame and Complaining and explaining, and she throws Ola magazine under the bus because the New York Times says, will you were on the cover of Ola magazine. That's the largest Of the English one. And this Spanish Spanish one is the largest magazine, you know, in the world for people who speak Spanish, Spanish, Um And she said, Why never read my own press? I don't read any stories about me. Well, cough cough, Who believes that because because these stories would say she is from Spain. And she's right. I did read Dad, That's old love made, you know and then see a she said. Well, there. That's just sloppy Wikipedia reporting on my bio, but I don't do much work for them anyway. Because, even as of Tuesday night when she was speaking with the New York Times her Oliver Stuff said she was born in New Jersey. Know in Spain in my Erica my ARCA. It is the night nothing. I've been there with your dad. You beautiful. It's got a bull arena. Red's got a hold on. You know? What do you call it? Where they used to fight bulls and a beautiful challenge him and that one not profiled in the dollars from Yes, he is. So anyway, the dentist player, the tennis player, so she does this just incredibly painful interview. But basically, she says, it's everybody else's fault. For saying that I never said that. But she never did not say that she played into it. And including times of like years, the most. Maybe the most played clip receipt from Detective Lenny Bruce Briscoe, who wouldn't let her real name be used in The New York Times because she or he was afraid Alec Baldwin would punch you found out their real names. So here's Hilaria Baldwin on a cooking segment on the Today show. Okay, Very few ingredients. We.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Listen. One of these things? Yes. And then one of the things okay? I would be so fine with if one of these things they asked me to be on all I thought it was weird because I am from a white girl from Boston. One of these things. I forgot the word cucumber and had a weird, You know, I say weird things on their own time. But one of these things there are Like hundreds of examples where she let this keep going with the interesting to her The New York Times reporter at least when I Because I did. It is a pretty good eye. They did not bring up Her Vogue Espana interview where she told the story that she had to Heater family. How does how to say bald with okay that it was a hard word for them to say. I mean, so they didn't bring up that, she said. You know, basically, she's blaming Um Everybody else know. Hola magazine hasn't addressed the disconnect, but they will have to because they have really thrived on Hill area talking about raising a bilingual family giving your kids Spanish names. It's all about the Spanish connection, and I don't know how Alec Baldwin went along with it. I don't know why. I mean, he was five kids with Spanish names speaking something he might not be able to understand. He's smart. He knows his wife isn't Latinas Met her parents? What is he getting out of this besides good papaya and sex and Children? Well, I think that's enough. That's enough for me. Um Here's the thing he for sure thought she was from Spain. I mean, he for sure thought of it, And now, I mean, he's just into deep. He's got five kids with her. He's gonna go by her side. He can't just now and she's hot and he's fine. He's not like he's known for his. He's fine. He has freak outs all the time. Well, the New York Times asked her. Why is it that you have let this Be, you know. Perpetuate perpetuate and she said. She told The New York Times. Okay, She's basically blaming it. I never better so she said she her father has such a deep, deep deep bonds with Spain. When we weren't in Spain. We call that we brought Spain into her house. And then, um, she said, it's the world that misrepresented her. Innocents pronouncement. About going to Spain because they did not realize that You know when she says she's going home? That's because that's where her parents live. And they didn't do the work. What if she would have just said Okay, this all came down, right? Yeah. What if she would have just said Hey, I was just starting out and I wanted to differentiate myself. And so I went by Hilaria instead of Hillary. My fault. I A lot of people to Alec Baldwin was born Alexander with the next plane changed their names all the time. Exactly What What if she just would have just said he should have apologized like I just got out? Who just got out of hand. I literally was starting because she looks like a wannabe model wannabe influencer. I wanted to differentiate myself. And then I went ahead and name my five kids, extremely Spanish names, but ignoring that, like a lot of this is just kind of the way you're there so much, though, brought it all on herself. And this Lennie Briscoe the Twitter account last Friday that just said or whatever, yeah, last Friday that said, Can we talk about the woman who has been grifting and pretending she's Spanish all along? He commented to the New York Times they want today. Ask her about it, and they granted her anonymity because, she told The New York Times. I am afraid that Alec Baldwin will come and punch me because remember, last year summer he went to anger management classes when you got in the parking kerfuffle. Yeah, no, I his. His anger is palpable. S O The New York Times said. Okay, We won't name. I never know that she is that so funny, cause I say the quarters and you have to, you know, but that's not that's her Twitter handle. It's not her real name. So so hopefully she's safe from the wrath of Alex. She just said, Yeah, I'm afraid any to get punched by Alec Baldwin. We all you know what we are all afraid of being punched by Alec Baldwin, and she also wants everyone to know that she's entitled to her privacy and she can't help. But the Media and Wikipedia Interagency Relations. Said she was born in my archives. She has no idea where they got that idea. I know And if the more you go down this, the more I literally my house looks like a beautiful mind in my office because I feel like I like posting things in weird spots. It is a rabbit hole. The more you get involved in this whole area. The farther you will fall. Next thing you know and turn, explains my husband. He's like, I don't understand. I've got no white, bored that's like listen really is hilarious is a hilariously awful interview. And it is. It's one of the worst. Public relation missteps because it didn't need to be this big. But she might be the last canceled celebrity of 2020, and she was really celebrity by Association. If they don't do this on SNL, I know I'm gonna be irate. I will be irate because there is too much fun. But Alec is a friend of the show. They're not gonna want to piss him off. That's why they should do it. Do it. Figures has done them. His whole trump thing. Got them a lot of ratings for a couple of years. You think I don't know? Maybe don't do it on weekend update. They have to my favorite thing on Twitter I saw was Now we know who the you know There's always been the argument. Who's the best Baldwin actor? Oh, yeah. Now we know. Yeah. All right, let's go. We'll be right back. And we're gonna Hollywood speak, who is keeping a close eye on her daughter? Get your laughs after lunch.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The U. S. It was the Beatles first album on their Own Apple label and was Number one for nine weeks. 1983 the Beach boys, Dennis Wilson drowned in Marina del Rey, California while diving at the location where his boat harmony was docked. Autopsy report showed Wilson was legally drunk. He had been diving to bring up personal items that he had previously thought thrown overboard. Now. Some accounts say that Dennis brought up a wedding photo of him and his ex wife, Karen Lam from their first wedding dove again and didn't resurface. 1998 for rewriting the book on crime and punishment for putting prices on values. We didn't want to rank for fighting past all reason, a battle whose casualties will be counted for years to come. Bill Clinton and Kenneth Starr are Time magazine's 1998 Men of the Year. 2004. Actor Jerry Orbach died of prostate cancer at the age of 69. He played sardonic seen it all cop Lennie Briscoe on law and Order. Starting on Broadway as a song and dance man. He appeared in some 60 movies during his 45 year career Birthdays. Today's your birthday. Happy birthday to you from all of us here In San Antonio's first news. You share your birthday with a man born in 17 63, a beer brewer founded the Molson Beer died. 11 January. 11th 18 36. That's right, John Molson. I'm surprised it's not a Canadian holiday today. Born in 18, 56 Wardrobe Wilson, the 28th U. S President. Yes. Congress to declare war on Germany. April 2nd 1917. He died February 3rd 1924 Johnny Otis, Inventor of R and B. William the hand jive Born on this date 1921. He died January 17th, 2012 and Stanley Creator of Marvel Comics. Born on this day in 1922, died November 12 2018 and turning 74 Today..

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Stickley outdoors when it comes to the Christmas season. And people were curious. About her inflatable Santa and reindeer situation. Because much to my shock. Setting aside the tackiness of this Particular item to begin with. I had no idea. That it was deflated during the day. And it only gets inflated and Illuminated at night. And I don't really know how much more Of an image I can paint beyond that. But Christine did send the team in our group text photographs of the before and after So at night time you've got Santa and the reindeer and they're all lit up and It's inflated. It's exactly what you would think it looked like 12 ft. Long. This is a big, big monstrosity. But during the day The yard. It just has this puddle. I was expecting a puddle where you couldn't really make out what it was, except you definitely can. Based on this photo. You can tell. It's Santa and reindeer. They're just very sad with no air just lying on the ground. And I have to say It looks like they've been massacred. Right? Like if I were a child, it might be Very scarring and disturbing. It looks like someone Drove by And took out Santa and the reindeer, and they're just lying. On the yard, having been Mowed down. That's what it looks like Christine, it's It's distressing. Have you spoken to your young daughter? Has she been Upset by this at all. No, she understands And honestly, why I want you to put both pictures up side by side on the guy beds and show instagram stories stage because it's not as bad as you think. And please admit it. It was really cute when it's lit up. At night. Come on. It's not attack is you thought it was going to say it's not my thing? Why it sent a photo of his family's house, which is much more tasteful. Thanks. Well, I mean, he should say thanks. I'm right it's and I would say that his family's house is closer to what my personal taste is. Look, if you want to put Photo of the front of your house up on the Internet. Be my guests. That guy Benson show on Twitter on Instagram. That's fine. And if you're into giant inflatable chops keys in in your front yard. I'm sure that contingent the population will love it. I think it's very cute. I just think What, half the day The sun's out. You just have this very sad looking. It's like you've come across. Crime scene. Lately. I'm expecting I'm expecting some detective to show up. And like Lennie Briscoe from law and Order to make a snarky comment and going to the opening credits and the theme song of Law and Order as they investigate what happened to Santa and Blitzer and Donner and Rudolph on the front. Yard of one producer, Christine Did these comments that you got a gang related? Did they feel that you were pretty wrong today? I don't feel like Mama's juice isn't technically it's a drug, but not that kind of drug. Anyway, Go ahead. They did Did they dig? Commenters said. They feel like you were quite rude and where they supportive of my decor. Well. They haven't seen it. That might change if we post this stuff, a guy Benson show on Twitter and Instagram. People seemed very entertained by the entire exchange. Uh yeah. So I'm sure like when we do these things when we do a Twitter poll you always have some people who agree with you, right? I don't win. I don't want 100% to 0 every time but you you often lose. Pretty lopsidedly. Uh, I mean, that's debatable. I can argue the numbers. I can argue. It's a fake falls. Do you want to go there? It's rigged. Maybe. Maybe two million. Maybe Dominion got involved in this. Get Sydney power. Gonna hire Sidney Powell. I have to let you know tonight tonight The Christmas Village goes up. Do you know what that is? Is this at your house, or is this another thing? At my house. We get a get a four or 6 ft cable out. I get the fake cotton snow that goes on the table. And then you know, like the old chicken town, the little like we have a church. We have, like, always there like is there a eyes? They're a little train that runs through it. Yes, Yes, we have eight year we add on so making pick down like a different piece. Okay, I'm gonna hold them. I might surprise you here. I'm actually kinda into that. Oh, I think that's kind of a cute thing. In fact, in fact, an old friend of mine Who lives in New Jersey. Mickey and her husband, Joe. They would do a very elaborate one. They had this huge built in on Kind of one of the walls of their living room with the TV and there and at Christmas time, it was like bookshelves and that sort of thing. Christmas time. It all went away. All the photographs, all the books, whatever they had up there, and it became An extraordinary Christmas Village with the fake snow and all the lights and the little train going back and forth, and it was definitely busy, but it was cool. And the fact that it was sort of built in to an existing Setting in their home. I very much enjoyed that. Also, you would like this because when we were on the guy Benson show retreat last year before Road ahead. And when we could still go places together, we went up to Cape Cod. And the whole team. I'm sure remembers well. That we had cocktails at the Chatham bars in Right overlooking the water there on those Adirondack chairs. In the main building of the original hotel. There's that gorgeous lobby that they've got. This year because we were just up there for Thanksgiving. We We stopped by. They have Gingerbread version off The in And it's extremely detailed. It may have a little downtown Chatham as well, like with the shops and restaurants. They've got ships. They've got a fake little ocean. They've got ships and then they've got a train running sort of along the shore. That is cool. So that sort of thing too involved for me? I probably wouldn't have the patience for it. I'm not sure I would do it. But when someone has gone through the trouble to do that And they do it right. I am on board..

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"It's all right. You mean 11 o'clock tonight talking all things Jersey is what we do. Eric Potts is NFL in for Sam tonight, Sam shaking my head because I can't believe you've never seen Road House. I never saw it. I don't know why I never saw it. I mean, it is a classically bad movie. I mean, it's not like some bad movie. Now, you think Right now is a bad movie. There are people that swear by road that's like every guy's movie. I'm not say I shouldn't have said bad movie. It's one of those typical cheesy. You know? Okay, Every guys move. It's a good movie. I mean, guys, it's quiet Lord House, but it's a bad move. It's a good bad move. Yeah, I iss s o. I never I never has a lot of movies I've never seen. There's a lot of shows that I had never seen. That maybe I came in on TV. So you never saw a ghost was boycott everything. Patrick. So I saw Patrick Swayze in dirty dancing. OK, Did you see him? In fact, my friend Frankie Private, but he's very tight with Patrick Swayze. He's raised a lot of money for pancreatic cancer about Patrick Swayze Ways Been in here if you Ah But I like Patrick Swayze in I saw the two hour by hour biography and Patrick Swayze ee Ah, it's a sad story. He was working doing a TV show until like they died. He was playing a detective. Yeah, I remember the story behind that. I might forget what the show was. It was in the Michael Landon was doing the same thing. He was working on a TV show about the day he died scald. It was called us and it had the Michael Landon juggle and and it was called us and he was the father and living with his father and his son and the guy who played Michael Landon's father was the guy that played I think Jerry Seinfeld's father. Okay. Never heard any ever, ever even heard of that. You know about that, But you know nothing. Nothing. I mean, So what if some of the movies that you have one of the movies that you've seen? I mean that you've never seen that everyone else has What TV shows that you've never seen. But everybody else has. And how could you not watch that You've never seen Star Wars. You've never seen Star Wars Never seen. How dare you? My sons have seen infact whenever the movies come out, Sam takes them. I've never seen Star Wars well, newer Star wars or not even the older one, sing the praise about but the first three were classic special cause I was young, So I guess that's why I love him so much. I mean, I came in very late on Star Trek. I only I never cared for Star Trek until with Bill Shatner know what we did to you? And you went with Bill Shatner that I know anything about hanging out. Just that was cool. And he really talks like this. It's just the way he TJ hooker with it. That was Ah. But Ah, I mean, give me a movie. What he'd done it 2831 on 1.5. Give me a movie or TV show that everyone else saw. And you never did. Nor did you care to see it like it was some of the movies and TV shows that you have never seen but everyone knows you never watched. You never watched Hill Street blues, Germany When it was out. I've never watched you never went for the real ones. It was weird about that There was a great show. But It never ended. That was one of those shows that purposely never ended. Yeah, I didn't have and I don't really have a desire to see it. I know Final episode, The final episode was just another day in Hill Street. The fugitive ended and the guy who produces blue Bloods. Wass letter Goldberg and at the time they were not going to end the fugitive. They were just gonna leave David Jensen running around for eternity, trying to find a vehicle. No, no, The Goldberg went went to them and said, You have got to wrap this up. You have got you cannot leave America hanging for four years. And the only reason it Andy was David Jansen. You want to do it anymore? Right? David Jensen was a basketball player in high school and college and he just His body got so beat up from that show in every scene, right? You know everything about David Janssen. But you've never seen road hours. Never seen road. I'll give you another shining. I never saw friends. You never saw Never sort of friends. Did you ever seen a person I never saw you like friends entertained? I was Joe's. It was flooding. These guys will have millennials. You're having a blast. I never saw her Never Kings, Queens and God, that's like enough already with again. How many times can you seethe? Same episodes over? You know what surprised me about Kings or Queens? Was that the motto that when What's his name came back with his. Ah, Kevin James show Kevin can wait that they didn't just do the Kings Queens again. They should've just on the king of Queens picked it up, gone back, rebooted it. Take it up with Doug and Carrie have two kids and author still living in the basement. Think about it could have been a great like the fewer the passing of Jerry. Still, there could have been like a two part episode. I always thought really funny like law and order. When Jerry Orwell died, if they would have done like Lennie Briscoe gets murdered, and all the law and order cast come back to solve the murder of Lennie Briscoe. You know, it would have been ripped from the headlines. But, you know, I think one made a good show. One need only 2831 on 1.5. Any shedding movies or TV shows that everybody else has seen. But you And you already want to admit that you haven't seen these shows you Maybe you faked the conversation in parties when they started talking about me, okay? They're so any for me. There's so many Ah! Talk to Daffy in Union on the Jersey water. 1.5. What's up, kiddo? Hey, what? What's yours? Tell me. What do you got for me? I have never seen game of Thrones. No, I've never seen him. If you don't like my long off, brother. See that we have we have that We have that above that We watched blood money. And that's what matters exactly Because Bugs Bunny people don't care for game of Thrones. What Some of the other ones have a scene. What if I never seen on like everybody else is how I met your mother I could care less about. I've never seen that on that. The only TV show that I watched now is not a family. That's it, and that's it. Well, you should watch that that Vincent turned me on to that. It is really funny. I've never seen like stream that and you would like it. You know what I found? Ah, Law and order s v U I watched that religiously. I never knew. I knew it was on. I never cared for it. But now it's like suddenly no knowing that we're not going to get television back. There's not gonna be any new seasons or anything. So I'm figuring. Okay, now I'm going to try. I'm trying to make my own TV fall season of shows that have been on forever that have enough and I've never watched him. And like as BU, it's kind of you got 23 years of Ah, music of seasons. I started watching myself from the beginning. You know, it took me a long I didn't come in on Seinfeld toe like a year before it ended. I only came in on it because Glenn moved in, like three divorced guys living in my house at one time, and ah started Washington site fell that I started catching something with law and order. Another one of my roommates started washing it. If if you want law and order and modern family, you got enough TV last you a couple months. I'm telling you, I'm surprised they never rebooted Law and order. Well, that also criminal intent is good. Criminal in instant did not for you and yeah, and he got exhausted. Now they're going to bring back stable. They're going to bring back was that guy's name Christian. He's going to get along in order there IIs crime. So now he's going then you know, you know, I got so much. That's why I want to do Daffy. Thanks for the call 1 800 To 831 on 1.5 Give me some Give me a TV show or movie that you have never seen, but everybody else has. And you can't understand what the attraction is. Or even that, Just give me one You've never seen The big Bang theory 11 years had granted the big final episode. Oh, my God! Tonight we say goodbye. You get to say hello. Is that just because television sucks, or do I have bad taste? I no, I mean, when I like a show. I like a show. And it's really hard to trust your heart to a show because now nowadays you know they give the show three day three weeks and something's gone. But that's what happened. Seinfeld. They took awhile for Seinfeld to catch on to go off a mash to catch on one. He don't it to 83101.5 and Steve travel. He's He's New Jersey one or 1.5 fast traffic..

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Latest on tick tack, tick tack. The latest on ticks off the little video messaging app and we chat way will dialling to that in just a bit. Also the latest is that An administration official is saying that it is not likely we will have a vaccine by election then of the president had said that That seemed to be a little bit too. Actually put a diplomatic. I'm not a very diplomatic person. Yeah, that that that appeared to be not not quite in the cards. A vaccine by election they again. I don't know why the president tossed that stuff out there. But Sometimes I I do shake my head and that's where my honesty comes into the picture. Welcome back to Schmidt. Ah, that's an end of the year. I think it's more likely I'm not an expert. I'm not. Ah, An epidemiologist. I'm not a virologist. I'm not in the inner trenches of developing this vaccine and going through the various trials and phases No, no, no, but I'm guessing that it's probably going to be 1st 2nd quarter, maybe third quarter. That it's common, but it's probably gonna be next year. I don't think we're gonna see this thing By Election day. We'll see if we even meet end of the year Christmas time. Be a nice Christmas gift. If we had a A vaccine. But can you look at how fast this happened? This is record breaking. This is like Manhattan project stuff enough that we can't do it. But it is certainly way outside the norm of the time it takes to effectively go through trials and Test these vaccines for efficacy and, of course, human safety. Welcome back to shoot our number three on a Friday 808 01 89 99 808 01 89 99 the nationwide number here on Schmidt. We have the latest on the jobs report, which was out this morning I mentioned that New York schools have been cleared to re open. Governor Cuomo today, So we'll get into all that here in just a second on a quick little lightning round of some stories that I find fascinating. I mentioned the $200,000 Story just at the very end of last hour. If that hooked If that teacher let me tell you the story right now, Did you hear about the $200,000? How about boom gone? Is really this is really a shame. I mean, this is this is ah, terrible, terrible story. A guy robbed of his life savings $200,000 it's somewhat of a mystery because allegedly Is this your guy just in the wrong place at the wrong time at this bank. This is a California dude, and somebody actually was able to roll video. And capture this crime that happened in the parking lot of a bank. In Huntington Park, California. This happened back on July 30th. This California guy was videoed as a thief attacked him, not them to the ground, beat him up and then grab $200,000 in cash. With this man. Francisco Cornejo had just withdrawn from the Chase Manhattan Bank in Huntington Park, California Back on July 30th he sold his home. And he was leaving the bank. He had the money and a satchel. As he approached his car. The thief grabbed the bag containing the money, according to Katya in Los Angeles. The suspect. Ran. After he had bashed and beating this guy up. After he was attacked. And amazingly, as Cornejo fell to the ground, there was a very fast video that had that said it was filmed by a bystander. Within 30 seconds of just getting to his car. He was grabbed, beaten, robbed and they took everything from him. $200,000. Why the heck with this guy pulled $200,000 out of the bank. And walk across the bank. Across the parking lot. I should say to him, I just doesn't make any sense to me. So you're saying one way to say sounds like an inside job? Sounds like somebody knew that he was going to be leaving this bag with a Schmidt load of money. Well, according to coordinate Ho's attorney and the police. They're saying that he didn't tell anybody. So what does this mean? This guy was bruised badly on his hip. Gru's badly on his right arm. He suffered a dislocated shoulder as he was attacked and pushed to the ground. The lawyer for this man who was attacked and robbed. The lawyer says that he didn't tell anybody that he was making this massive withdrawal that day at the bank. We don't have any information to insinuate that this wasn't random. But it just seems like a very big coincidence. How exactly did whoever involved know what was going on? Or How he was coming out at that exact moment. Something just a little fishy. Here's something just a little bit off the face of the assailants not seen on the video. He had a black hood. Aeon not visible on camera. He ran off on foot. The Huntington Park Police Department in California investigating the robbery front of find any other surveillance video that they can see if they can get any other clothes. And, of course, Cornejo is asking for help. He has had $200,000 ripped off. We're just asking for people to come forward if they have any information that could lead to the arrest of the individuals who robbed and beat my client, according to the attorney. Let's see. There's some really, really bad luck or there's something nefarious have play here. The bag grab. $200,000 in the bag. Something's fishy. Here. Get the detective Lennie Briscoe on the Casey over here on 808 0 on 89 99. The number here on Schmidt 808 01 89 99. Have this early in the week. I just didn't get around to it, and I want to clear this off my audio desk here. This is terrible. Did you see the video that you hear the audio of the drunken putts in Florida? Who? I think it's Flagler County. Who attacked a lift driver. They're making small talk about the plastic shower curtain like barrier that the lift driver had placed between the front seats of the car and the backseat to protect the driver in the passengers, So you have a plastic barrier. This is just another terrible story. It's an alcohol related incendiary inseventy, a drunken guy who's having a conversation, which it seemed fairly normal. And then rips. The plastic barrier down and then attacks the driver while he's driving. What's the driver in a choke hold the lift driver. What the heck is going on here? Will put the footage up on this shit list. We'll put it up at Schmidt show dot com. You can see this. I'm gonna play the audio for you. The footage from the interior camera off the lift driver. A lot of these, the car ride share service folks and even taxi drivers. They'll have video running. Inside the car. You see it all the time, and the footage was put out by the Flagler County Sheriff's office after they.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Felix Vega and Jason barren jer on the board again next week, Morgan will make her big return. 2 p.m. Tampa Bay, So we're looking forward to getting her back. Also next week, going to be a little crazy because of the lightning games, So we'll let you know as we get closer Tio Monday and then I think Wednesday and Friday will be impacted as well. We'll let you know as we get closer what the schedule is going to look like. Right now, Felix, you got to dig into some new information on the Frostproof Triple homicide. I believe what was released the arrest report on the autopsy. The arrest report, which included the son of the autopsy findings on DH, We now know exactly in what order. The three victims were shot. A lot of new details about the investigation in terms of How they figured out. They tracked down the suspects and everything. So it was everything we now know that, of course, the three victims Brandon Rollins, Kevin Springfield and Damian Tillman were shot to death by TJ Wiggins about a week and 1/2 ago out in Frostproof. So what was interesting about this case was because For two days. It seemed like no one knew who committed the crime. I remember covering the news conference, Grady Judd was kind of flabbergasted. We he did hint. Once they finally arrested, TJ Wiggins said his name came up over and over again and hundreds of tips. They were called in to Crimestoppers and also the sheriff's office. So what they did is they broke out the investigation. Obviously, Brandon Rollins called his dad. That's how we kind of got the tip that something was wrong with his father went out there. Then what got the The corks daughter from a local convenience stores drive back out to the scene with them so I could call the police and wait for them to show up. But we didn't know exactly who TJ Wiggins, Robert Wiggins and Mary Whitmore war until a couple of days the next day when they went to the dollar general store because it's a dollar general store clerk. You knew who these people were between Damian Tillman, who was a victim who had a conversation with TJ Wiggins inside the store that he was going fishing with Kevin Springfield, who apparently TJ had some sort of beef with about a stolen truck or a stolen Truck engine, which seems to be the motive behind this horrific crime. Now, once they figured out who the three of them were, they went to go speak with them that they're now infamous compound out in Frostproof, which is another story. Broke yesterday about that We'll get to in a little bit. So Roger was the most forthcoming This is T. J. Williams, his brother in the situation. In the initial interviews, he details that on the night of July 17th the night of the murder that CJ had gotten off work around 5 30 They drove down to see brain to drop off. T. J is nephew to his mother. They drove around. They're looking for a cousin that they knew. Emergency bring didn't find them. They drove back up. Tio Frostproof drove over the Lake Wales to the McDonald's and then went home for the night. And that was pretty much the sum total of his story, But at least he involved the trip. Teo. The fact that he went to U C bring, and it was also weird because apparently, he told the police or the sheriff's deputy is that they try to go to two other dollar general stores in Avon Park. There were closed before they ended up with one in Frostproof. So Certainly they have upon Shawn for dollar general shopping there some reason which was kind of a spot. And so the interview T. J on that Sunday as well. He says that he got home at work from seven, which is a big inconsistency from Robert's story. He says that T J. Robert and Mary they go to the McDonald's in Lake Wales confirms that part of the story. He leaves out the trip to see Bring Entirely and says they only want to McDonald's and they went home. There was also a confusion about what truck they were all in, because we know is a white pickup truck that was used belonging to one of their cousins in the actual murder. But they were kept flip flopping between a green truck that one of them owns and the white truck. So another read a lot of red flags. Yes, tons of them. And then Mary Whitmore. Her story was that the TJ comes home at 6 30 that none of them left the compound. And then she later backtracks and says, Oh, yeah, by the way, went to see bring and then came back. Now real quick. Let me ask you this as somebody who has studied very closely crime shows on TV. Is this a situation where they have the three of them in different rooms? And they say, Well, where you're saying? That's not what he said over there. You know, they're playing that game that none of that we're not. We're not doing the classic law and order Jack McCoy. Lennie Briscoe style interview here. It's not a I've got Robert in that room right there, and he's ready to flip on you. If you don't tell me none of that. That's not what's that will come later. They're not going to do when they have inconsistent stories, all at the same time, the detectives are going to meet up and compare nose like well, Robert saying this TJ saying this, okay? So do they do the thing Where where Maybe they have one of them Walk by the interview room, so the suspect sees them and they play. That is that's a big tactic to know there are very closed 10 by 10 rooms that air great color with Little to no furniture inside of them, and a tape recorder or digital recorder is much more exciting on TV than describing But you're doing it. A law school studying by television crime dramas continues. So they at this point they've now interviewed them. They've got the search warrant for the trailer. So they do the initial interviews. And so the key thing was getting whatever evidence they could out of the compound, and that's where they found the United Millimeter shell casing. That match the ones that were used back at the crime scene. So while they're doing the interviews, all this other investigative work is going on where Delia is making the ballistics match between the shell casing found at the crimes are the house and the one found out at the scene. They've also now gone to dollar general. They talked to the clerk. They've identified everyone. They've got the video, and there's also additional surveillance video from another. Convenience store nearby. That shows where Damien leaves the dollars toward the victim. And then Robert and TJ and Mary in their pickup truck go the same direction. So we got more details about how that all played out as well, not only from the video, but then Robert once he's confronted with all the evidence about Look, we know you're in the dollar General store. We know that the people all new year we know that for some reason, TJ perked up and was had a particular interest in Kevin being out at the fish camp or the going fishing with Damian. So what's the real story, and he spills it. And let me ask you this. Let me stop you there, and we'll go back to what I watch on TV when it comes to the crime shows when they when they have the three of them in there are they determining which one if they have some evidence to show them would be most likely to flip and spill the beans yet definitely And Robert makes the most sense because he gave me the most detail in the first interview. Although I committed the murder, he had a specific detail about where their whereabouts were. So for me, you know, as a prosecutor, but also learning for my detectives over the years, that's going to be the easy mark for you to go back to you and decide he's goingto he. He's going to be easy to want to get information out out because Mary was not having it and TJ already limited his story, Tio. I came home. We went to McDonald's. That's it. I don't know what you're talking about..

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"During the Civil War, the Cherokees and the Seminoles. Because they wanted to keep their slaves. They wanted to be free to do what they wanted to do. And the North was going to take him away. In the reservations up north away from him. And they wanted to dictate for freedom. And people don't look deep enough into their history, Dan I are on the whole Dan. I agree with you that people don't look deep enough into history. But let's also Apply a 2000 and 20 level of thought to all of this. History. Is now not being rewritten. History is now being rethought. And what I mean by that is is that history is still history and you can find where it's written. And you could you could find Whatever you want to. If you are willing to do the research and dig deep enough to get educated on what you want to get educated about. There's no doubt in my mind about that right. But How many people are willing to do so and then how many people are willing to engage in a modern day application of that history? I'll Everybody understands kind of what I mean by that. In that we're going to look at history through the purview of our sensibilities and what were offended about right now. If you watch television in the seventies and in the eighties, and you listen to some of the stuff that was said and talked about on network television just quickly, for example. I'm watching an old episode of law and order right? Because God Almighty if we don't have law and order Channel on in this house that I live in on some TV somewhere. Then that's a major upset, right? In when I hear the character actor when I hear Lennie Briscoe, right, one of the characters on law and order, and he's intended thiss deception was probably made in 99 right? Maybe 2000. And you here, Lennie Briscoe. Who is grilling a suspect, and he says, Well, maybe we'll just have to make up a charge. When when you watched television in 2000 Did that even register with you? Now you would hear that line and it would register with you in a different way, Then, wouldn't you were watching episodic television 20 years ago, And that's why I say yes, We need history to have the background. But right now it's on Lee going to be looked through the lens off the last 10 years. And the sensibilities of the day have evolved. We've become much more tolerant. We become willing tto. Listen, we've become willing to discuss quite honestly. But a lot of it. For some people has the message has to be disseminated the the right way, meaning that's why I like others ask Is the Native American community really up in arms over this toe where there are hundreds of ways to disseminate information right now, and I would dare say everybody in this country. Everybody's a little broad strokes, but the overwhelming majority in this country are willing to listen. And that's the big thing. We may all not agree, but we're all I would think again All imprint C's willing to listen to everyone right now. I hope there is Maura of that. Quite honestly, I hope there is someone out there who could help those of us like me who are kind of indifferent about this. Maybe understand the sensibilities off what it means in that Native American community. 855 to 1 to four CBS company Alive from the.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to discuss when he began to consider being a singer as well as a guitar player there was a time when I was just absolutely it was like some quick times in the same but I knew the kindest when I saw Steve roll through and he was a friend of my road manager it is now my roommate at the time I ten but he it was friends with Steve and interviews man I got to go see a play and I saw this guy who sang and played around stages plant all the leads and incredible guitar player and I thought all you can sing and is you know because there weren't a lot of that going around any kind Clapton and that's what I said that's going to be together place souls and sings a song rights keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley all your favorite artists all right Chuck so I think by eighteen fifty three they're headed I think in the eighteen fifties there's like this drumbeat to have a park everybody wanted to park yeah William Cullen Bryant was one of the big names who edited the Evening Post which is now the New York Post yeah and he was a well known poet at the time and and a beloved figure but you could definitely use the post as a platform to advocate for this green space now again there's a lot of understanding in this day and age that the wealthiest New Yorkers wanted this park for themselves basically yeah they wanted their new CD that they had built to to rival Paris or London and he needed a park they wanted to go show off their carriages in the park but they also advocated publicly for the park for the the working classes the middle class they should have a place to to come in and hang out and this is you know this is America of course everyone will be welcome it's a public parking will be America's first landscaped public park and so people really kind of got on board with this in by eighteen season though that was kind of a lie it was at least the first yeah but by eighteen fifty three I believe work started there was a central park that had been designated land have been designated for the Central Park by then right right and they had a a contest I believe it was the first design contest in the country lot of first that said designer park you got to have a a parade ground yeah get a principal fountain I can have a lookout tower you gotta skating arena sure get up for cross streets okay because people still got to get through there somehow or in a in a palace I'm sorry place for or palace one not for an exhibition or concert hall right very specific rules for this design contest that that was won by two gentleman very famous now the gentleman named Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux I'm goes well okay B. A. U. X. yeah our our vote but definitely not vox valves out six is always silent yeah those two submitted something called the greensward plan anyone with that name and they want for a couple reasons one Frederick Law Olmsted was the superintendent of central park at the time probably didn't hurt now but he was an issue and I believe his boss I can't remember like what position is boss sort of had his boss submitted a plan too early he M. vo they're playing the screens were planted they submitted was just so obviously head and shoulders above every other design that was submitted yeah that it was just clear like from the outset yes these guys should win and it was it's considered a a work of art still to this day although they actually went on to design prospect arc in Brooklyn lovely that's supposedly their masterpiece over Central Park is Prospect Park I mean I love them both yeah they're both great I've never been to either of them that's not true no I swear to god I've never a little park with you but I mean what so okay I walked like fifteen paces in Central Park right it was just like if we were in there for a long right that's that's really the only time yes wow I've never been in Prospect Park boy I have explored there's so much of it but I bet you I've explored seventy five percent of the bottom fifty percent of Central Park well I read I haven't been over like eighty six street a lot north of that but that's where it gets a little more while anyway and not wild like the parties but a little more little more wild as far as the design goes well very purposefully yes right okay I'm glad this appropriately because supposedly the bottom half of Central Park so the part with the park itself is meant to evoke New York state the bottom half is much more urban refined trimmed I don't know sure and it's meant to reflect New York City and then as you get further up in the park it's a little more wild there's parties in coyotes Allah you know Poughkeepsie you've never been to Bethesda fountain I don't believe I have I've seen everybody all night house without getting ring so many episodes reveal on order I can't distinguish reality from fantasy oh man I'm like so like I'm going into my memory of Michael K. turn your right is Lennie Briscoe standing there so is it on TV well I've never seen an episode of that so I guess or even what yeah I don't leave the show you've never seen an episode of the ten thousand episodes of law and order now you're missing out yeah Recinos and I was Briscoe's name Jerry Orbach those two man yeah Benjamin Bratt was a close second to the Chris military or bok thank and then it just keeps going on like they were so good at that all of them were just the media yeah a lot of stuff took place in Central Park so I feel like I've been here's what you do man next time we go to New York I know that we typically stay downtown yeah step by the park well it's just like get out in it I've developed a taste for the Upper West Side but put but not the park right you're so close I will go I'll take a helicopter ride and go out of my way I like Lower East Side in Upper West Side of my two favorites in New York I had the distinct yeah what is what you like Lower East Side I like it and I mean my very favorite part New York is the west village researchers things but I like the recital like it in the East Village the low grungy tonight is there such a thing as the lower west side we're all street now like well I mean Wall Street all the way down but I would say like if I mean I don't think it's called the lower west side like the meatpacking district oh okay yeah I like I like the highline the generally lower west side this was a really great art galleries in the meatpacking district well man play when I first started going to York that was when it was still shady about there huh and like you would walk through Mike blocks and blocks of industrial meat packing plants to get to like the one bar that was opened that would now wanted art of and then Giuliani came in so different now clean the place up well just thank god for him right so the design of Central Park greensward yeah like it's so hard to reason to go right now should this be a two parter I don't know let me ask you has our podcast got a more conversational this question aside hasn't it okay I do think we've always been conversational yeah but I mean like this seems like a unical of conversation well let me say this I think episodes one through four fifty or less conversations than poor fifty three twelve hundred okay but what about I twelve hundred on I don't know all right the greens would point if you didn't know anything about Central Park you may be under the misconception that they just sort of squared off in rakes and things around and that and those like there's the park right and like let's just protect the screen space but it was highly highly highly designed yeah and apparently they used as much explosives is what would later be used at the battle of Gettysburg he supposedly more to blast away rocking and move that rock you can remember the glacier that moved all that down that's a big problem when you're trying to build a park like planted hundreds of thousands of trees swamps that they couldn't drain they deal building further to build like yeah so it was and I don't think anyone really thinks that like they just balled it up and said now we have a park but I don't think I even realized how highly it was designed but as in which is probably a testament to their design because when you walk around your dislike it all fits right that's I mean that's the thing like there they went to a lot of trouble to make it look so naturalistic that you just assume that that's what the land always looked alright in Central Park is actually highly managed tightly designed green space yes that exists in a rectangle that when you're in the center of it from my from what is now in order you can't tell that you're like in the middle of the city and like the idea that like that the the roads none of them are straight they're all meant the curve there's meadows that kind of like go out of sight and there's voids the ramble like the whole would block and all that all of its design to just completely take you out of the city and plops you into this this world but it's just so well done and so natural that it seems like that's just what this patch of land always looked like well in cool that like even in an area today where that land is the most valuable land on the planet maybe yeah that they have protected those eight hundred plus acres now yeah and said you're not I don't care how much money you have you're not going to lop off just knowing we started at ninety fifth street instead right and like what's it gonna hurt yeah we could really use that area but now is protected yeah did you hear like the the the dude bought a two hundred fifty eight million dollar penthouse on Central Park yeah so yeah I can't imagine what else right ever sold in America in America yeah so but says the mountain before we leave that beautiful beautiful the founding work of art yeah Bethesda terrace it is a two tiered arm that's kind of the cool things is like it's it's low and you can walk from the from the top half of it just kind of gaze out upon that in the pond right behind it and then walked down the stairs and hear live music almost every day of the week it feels like sure but that was designed by Emma Stebbins American artists called the angel of the waters she was awarded the commission a very famous sculptor and we gotta gotta knowledge sure sure it's beautiful one of one of my favorite places in the world I've seen it they found a body and this is a loner so I feel like I've been to the John Lennon memorial so we'll see you or was it with you me because I'm almost a hundred percent certain that I've been to that I don't know because the only time I definitely was in Central Park with you I will we went with the former co worker who can a baby status on an early our marketing trip sure remember that person yeah that's the only time it was with us which would explain why he tried to block it from your memory here we.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Can have an impact on others for sure but because of our role it's outside whether we realize realize it or not in this era Ghent it's just reached just reality so there's usually ask this question. I maybe maybe I OUGHTA ask it more. Is there something that we haven't talked about that. Maybe today you think for some reason you think what we ought to talk about or there's something else that you hoped I'd asked that I haven't I think for me. It's important for folks listening just to know that this book is part of a larger mission. That's that's been in my heart for about twenty years as coach and you know some of it came out of my own very negative work experiences working in toxic were cultures right. It didn't feel like myself. I felt like a square peg in a round hole and I wasn't the leader of person I wanted to be and so you know about twenty years ago. Oh I had a family event where my mother became very ill and I was suffering from chronic back pain neck pain where you know that light bulb it goes off and you don't know what it's GonNa lead to but you realize you know wait a minute. It's time to really think about what it means to be who you're meant to be make the difference you're meant to make and not compromise your health your family your your integrity and so my hope is the folks read this they understand that this book so part of that larger vision can help for folks so so so thank you for sharing that I would say this about the book that while I couldn't upset what you just said exactly of course I think that folks when you read this book and we are talking with Amy Jen Su about the book the leader you want to be five essential principles for bringing out your best self every day that I I I read your heart in it so there's great practical stuff everybody without a doubt and hopefully you surely you've got some of that from this conversation But this is this is a book that will help. Make a difference for you if if you read it and take action on it so the next short little section of the program here. Amy Is what I call the fast break. I'm I'm going to have three words for your three ideas for you. One of them is easier the other two maybe a little slow. But I'm just going to. Have you share your thoughts. Whatever comes to mind about them in this fast break is brought to you all by the remarkable retreat? It's a way to spend two and a half days with me in a small group of like minded leaders much like those of us that come to this place. Nice to focus on ourselves and what it takes to be a more effective leader to become the leader you were born to beat the remarkable retreat. You can learn more and apply issue have to apply at Kevin. Yeah I can bring dot com forward slash retreat. So are you ready for your three ideas. Amy sure the first one is the softball. Use this word more than any other word. In our conversation conversation the word is coaching. What are your thoughts about? What do you want to tell people about coaching? The first word that came to mind. It's funny as a child's olds book that I recently just purchased for a friend's daughter Called the Rabbit listened and it's a story about a little boy who's building being blocks get knocked over. And then the lion comes and roars and tries to tell the little boy what to do and then the snake calms all his ideas to fix it and finally the rabbit comes and just sits with the boy and listens So when you said the word coaching it reminds me that for all of us. Whether we're professionally coaches is or managers coach their something to be said for just being present to someone holding space and deeply listening oftentimes as we have the answers and we can get him get out of our head and into words it will become clear. All of us have had the conversation with someone where we listened in someone talked and then they said thanks for helping. And you didn't feel like you did any right a second second. One is work life balance work life balance while the aspiration John writes I think what comes to mind. It's funny I've reframe that term for myself as work life equation The word balanced sometimes at at least for me personally Conjures should or the mean voice in my head that says wow. You didn't get it right again this week so instead I reframe it has has each of us have our own equation for how that work life piece fits together how they integrate and some weeks on the margin work takes precedence. Then there's things you need to do and you're not able to be with your family as often and some weeks on the margin you say wow I really need to be home more and present more and there's no wrong or right here so I say fine. The work life equation that works for you and brings out your best self. All right in the third one is talking about this a little bit at the end of the book resistance. Wow resistance our favorite friend rates. Hell often do we walk through the day resisting. I wish it wasn't so hot. I wish I wasn't at this weight. Wait I wish I wasn't. You know in back to back meetings today so I think resistance what comes to mind is it's again part of the human condition. Listen to notice it. There's wisdom in it so when you feel resistance something pause and say what's my natural instinct and belly barometer telling me here but don't get in the quagmire of resistance where we're just not present to life and we're unable to be effective right if it's ninety degrees today. Sometimes we just need to accept. That's what it is and move on you mentioning all right so so when you are not working writing and all of that stuff when you when you are on the other side of that work life equation. What do you do mm for fun? I think if you saw me in my free time at least right now. My family and I ended up binge-watching shows so earlier this this year was all the episodes of the West Wing. Now we're finding ourselves re going through all the law and orders from early on. That's a long one. That's a long when we're on season two. If you can believe it so a lot of just fun time with my family and then on my own You might see me at the gym for a half an hour just to get a little movement or I think my whole team will tell you. I love magazines like US magazine. And all those like movie we star magazines to stay in touch with pop culture. And so you know just a very normal life with family and friends and some ATV favorite law and order character is oh boy Sam Waterston for sure I like Lennie Briscoe just say he is hilarious. Lady all right. That's I promise you. That's the only time I've asked that question on this podcast so so you talked about the rabbit listener which will make sure weak point that to everyone in this initial. It's what's I know you're reading something now. What are you reading now? That people might want to check out so right. Now I'm reading tribal leadership by Dave Logan and I'm fascinated by. I've always worked so much of the individual one on one level bestself and now I'm starting to think a lot about what happens. When all of our leader as an leader B.'s mixed together as teams and so much every day bridges every day right so I'm partway through tribal leadership but I love Dave's explanation of tribes and how to think about different prince stages of development and what's interesting as he describes stages of team development. There's an underlying where people each need to be individually Julie in terms of their development. So it's been fascinating to read to think about how an individual bestself really does impact the dynamic of a team. I'm I'm and I'm learning tons from his book. Cool tribal leadership by Dave Logan Others. I believe So where can we learn more. The question of most wanted me to ask dislike Kevin. Can you finally finally asked this. Where can we learn more about you and your work and work and we get the book? Sure the books on preorder and we'll be ready for order when this go live at the time this comes out to Amazon Barnes and noble bookstores inbound and for anyone who just wants to learn more and they can go to the website. LEARY WANNA BE DOT COM beautiful. What a great great domain that I wish I owned? Okay the leader you WANNA BE DOT COM so now everybody question for all of you listening and watching and that is now what what are you going to do. As a result of this are you going to think more carefully about those four pitfalls of doing and think think about where am I which pitfall my where my falling down the most. Are you going to think about those five powers a little bit more. You're GonNa are you gonNA spend some time thinking about what you can do to be more present in small amounts of time with yourself or with others. There's a lot of practical stuff that we talked about here. None of it will be of any value whatsoever unless you take some Action and I think Amien would both hope that you would do that so before we go first of all thank you for being here. It was such a pleasure. I've enjoyed the so so much. Thank you Kevin. It was great talking with you. Thanks so much for having me my pleasure so before I do go though everybody you can be a part of a bigger part of this than just listening and watching. Can you can join our facebook group to be more involved in get some insider stuff and answer some questions. We have give us some feedback and more. You can do all that. I going to our facebook a group as I said. Just go to remarkable podcast dot com forward slash facebook to do that and come back again next week. Won't you for another episode of the remarkable leadership by guest..

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on KOMO

"Good morning thirteen past the hour on first light. That forecast is coming up with a look ahead to the weather today. Friday may third twenty nineteen. But before we forecast we retro cast going back to day to nineteen thirty six. As New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio makes his major league debut. How do you know we need to hit? So here I go. Coast to coast. That's all you'll hear of Jill the one man show. He's blur. The worst had joked and Joe DiMaggio and the future hall of Famer gets three hits that day. And then one year later. You know that song, you know, where it's from Margaret Mitchell wins the Pulitzer prize this day in nineteen thirty seven four her novel gone with the wind, and then may third nineteen sixty the world's longest running musical premieres in New York. One. No one. Willow. Try to remember a huge hit from The Fantasticks which runs twenty thousand six hundred seventy two performances off Broadway from nineteen sixty until June of twenty seventeen when it finally closes, by the way, that's Jerry Orbach singing later, starring as detective Lennie Briscoe on law and order and may third one thousand nine hundred eight the White House admits that first lady Nancy Reagan had been using a strategy to help schedule President Reagan's activities. Mrs Reagan's astrologer Joan Quigley even takes credit for helping to end the Cold War. I also came they're evil empire attitude by briefing them on Gorbachev. Or by the time, we were working on the Washington summit. She was calling me two and three times a day. All right. We we were working on the on the Washington summit. Alright. Quarter past the hour now on first light. And he's not consulting the stars. But AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore has some predictions for us for the weekend. I tell you out west they're going to have a great weekend with sunny, seasonably warm temperatures high pressure really in control all the way from stem to stern up from Seattle through Portland, Oregon down through Las Vegas, Los Angeles. San Francisco Phoenix Albuquerque, Denver, you're all going to be good. We're it's not so good as the southeast. The heavy rain, showers and thunderstorms that we've seen in places going to shift eastward and be bottled up at least in the beginning of the weekend in the southeast. And then that rain moves up along the eastern seaboard into the northeast as we get into Sunday it self so west is good southeast and then northeast not on the good. I'm pretty much on the bad list and not great in New England. But certainly not as wet is the eastern seaboard. We're looking at some showers, especially back in later Sunday and cool, but dry it looks like throughout the Great Lakes here as we go through the weekend as well. L says whether looking a little shaky for the.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yes. Yes. Yes. How could take that long? I mean, you know, right law and order it's on twenty four hours a day. You can always find it. Right. All the time. It's been a twenty years Brinker that one because it was on for so long, and it's constantly in rerun. Ed, you know, what the thing the reason it was taken off was because in two thousand ten Jay Leno made a deal with NBC that he was gonna move from eleven thirty and the tonight show, and they were going to put Jay Leno on Monday through Friday nights at ten o'clock and accommodate J frigging Leno. They had to take TV shows off and law and order ended its run I think Friday nights at eight thirty but everybody everybody watches the show, you put that show back on and even even say Waterson. Maybe ninety years old now you get Jack McCoy is the DA right with the young lawyers that show doesn't that? Isn't that a top ten show? Awesome show. Yeah. People still watch it. And you know, amazing. I felt like Lennie Briscoe was part of my family was amazing. Jen, I'm gonna put you on hold. We're gonna hook you up. All right. All right law and order. Let's see what else we got here. Valerie's and Sayerville jersey one at one point five what you got. Oh. How you doing? This is pretty random, but two and a half men. I love two and a half men. You know, I would Charlie Sheen. I would bring two and a half men back in a heartbeat, but Charlie Sheen have the kid the other guys to all know, he aged out right in Jake Jake became born again, and it's against his religious values to do the show and all that stuff seeing deeds identify is in bits down on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hi, cindy. Good. How you doing? Thank you. What would you like to see come back? Okay. So I'm going to give you my cash frozen. You know, what I if I were Roseanne, I would I would do a Charlie Sheen did and put together my own sitcom and come back and beat the Connors over the head with it. Thanks for the call. The New Jersey one zero one point five stick around jerseys. Opening lines is.

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"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"lennie briscoe" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"I'm like, okay. You're right is Lennie Briscoe standing there. So TV I've never seen an episode of that. So I guess we're even. Yeah. The show you've never seen an episode of the ten thousand episodes of law and order now. Oh, you're missing out, Chris noth, and what was Prisco's name Jerry Orbach, those two. Yeah. Benjamin Bratt was a close second to the Chris. No, Jerry Orbach thing. And then it just keeps going on like they were so good at all of them were just a mania. But yeah, a lot of stuff took place in central park. So I feel like I've been there. Here's what you do Minh. Next time. We go to New York. I know that we typically stay downtown stay up by the park. Well, let's just like get out in it. I've developed a taste for the Upper West side. But but but not the park. Right. You're so close I will go out. I'll take a hillock up. Out of my way, I like Lower East Side and Upper West side of my two favorites in New York Hatton. Interesting. Yeah. What you like lower side. I like it. All man. Oh, I mean, my very favorite part of New York York's the west village for shows. Nice. But I like the recited like it in the east village, still grungy. Is there such a thing as the lower west side Wall Street now like well? I mean, Wall Street's all the way down, but I would say like. I mean, I don't think it's called the lower west side. But like the meatpacking district. Okay. Yeah. Like like the high line. That's probably lower west side. Really great. Art galleries in the meat pack. Yeah. Oh, man play. When I first started going, New York that was when it was still shady of there, and like you would walk through like blocks and blocks of industrial meatpacking plants to get to the one bar that was opened the known art of Giuliani came in different clean, the place up. Well, just thank God for him. Right. So the design of central park greensward. Oh, yeah. Like if so much information to go right now should this two parter. I don't know let me ask you has our podcast gotten more conversational. This question aside. Hesitant. I don't know. Okay. I think we've always been conversational. Yeah. But I mean like, this seems like a pinnacle of conversation all let me say this. I think episodes one through four fifty or less conversations than four fifty through twelve hundred. Okay. But what about what about twelve hundred on? I don't know. All right. The greensward plan. If you didn't know anything about central park, you may be under the misconception that they just sort of squared it off in rake some things around and and it was like there's the park, right? And like, let's just protect the screen space. But it was highly highly highly designed, oh, yeah. And apparently, they used as much explosives as would later be used at the battle of Gettysburg supposedly more to blast away rock and move that rock can remember the glacier that moved all that down. That's a big problem when you're trying to build a park. Like planted hundreds of thousands of trees swamps that they couldn't drain they build in further to build like. Yeah. So it was and I don't think anyone really thinks that like, oh, they just walled it up and said now we have a park. But I don't think I even realized how highly it was designed, and which is probably a testament to their design because when you walk around your dislike it all fits, right? That's I mean, that's the thing. Like, they're they went to a lot of trouble to make it look so naturalistic that you just assume that that's what the land always look for and central park is actually highly managed highly designed Greenspace yet exists in rectangle that when you're in the center of it from my from what I've seen in order. You can't tell that. You're you're like in the middle of the city and that like, the the the roads, none of them are straight. They're all meant to curve. There's meadows that kind of like..

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