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"megan brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"McConnell's Louisville home on Saturday angry he's going to push that nominee. To replace Justice Ginsburg. Democrats were crying hypocrisy after McConnell refused to allow President Obama's nominee to even get a hearing. Ah, wake up call this morning about wearing seat belts. 24 year old woman seriously hurt after the car. She was in hit a curb, overturned and slid on its roof. Her arm got stuck in the sun roof and was trapped between the pavement and the roof of the vehicle. You could imagine her name Megan Brown, she's at U. C. Medical Center. Deputies say the driver 25 year old Nicholas Stallings, was not hurt. They do suspect impairment. We'll follow up on her condition as we can. Ah Mueller High School starting point guard who won the state championship and now attends University of Dayton is fighting for his life after his family says he suffered a catastrophic head injury off campus Saturday night. David, please not saying much else at this point. That student 19 year old Michael Curren is the first year business student from Montgomery. He was a state champion team member and also new tragedy. His self of his father, Joe, died during a run with him while on vacation. This audio from Mueller High School I remember running alongside of music more in the street now is on the sidewalk. And looking to my right and last thing here said to me, Waas was keep going on. So you know that it didn't mean much then. So she kept around in a cab, and then I ended up finishing before him. When we got to the finish line he never cost Michael goes on to explain that his mother broke the news to him later. Now Michael is fighting for his life in the hospital. Former Councilwoman to Maya Denard will find out November 10th How long she's going to serve in prison for selling her council vote for cash. He faces 20 years and we could find out tonight when Cincinnati public will go back to the classroom. They've got a board meeting at five o'clock today. I'm Sandy Collins. Our next update at nine on NewsRadio, 700 wlw at.
"megan brown" Discussed on 2 Millennials Walk Into A Bar.....
"We. Were all Sunday and I end up actually. For me it was me to people so I was like. A? Her freebies US like student Kendall big high. Noxious wherever the health. NACHOS. that. Debate kept wine whatever move on a megan. Brown sugar. Will get the sweetness current. Right. Allie. broadly are episodes like stories of us living with our parents. Oh. My is. Beckham. Teeth. So we have yet so. Parents in like we're Kinda doing what I'm bill mccollum over. My? At my parents house before leaving special handle it was a really new true. I. Mean it was probably was huge room view is big enough to sexual cows in plus all of my stuff. So when we would go out can with a on the count in my room, I have my own Little Lake Studio are evasively. Kitchen bathroom, but it was of the door France and. It wasn't even. Related. Amygdala League. Right. But until you all. You don't. Think oh so. BECA though. because. Yes. He called me up to. The Line I. Hope You. SORTA. To. Hold. Really. Hope you got wind. Else. Again. Yeah I got. The come. Come. August. I guess what? got. Crack. Crack. Couple videos actually, if you're listening to buy gas, you can't see it over right now. Yeah. So we're, GONNA. Do. The talks, out graphic Alzheimer's. Slaps y'all is good. It's really good. Shit this. This is bad. It's. Dollars you heard that. Yeah. I work at. Work Tomorrow will. You know our funding. That's what I said. We were relieving sold my. Opening so these So let's talking about what is happening with us in our life. Good news that we have. Guess you finally Janet Up car me yeah. It's one of those. Trail. Of springhill because my former boss and I'm alive talked about this, heart is open to my boss. My. Boss of offered me huge payroll basically come work fulltime which I'm going to do it. Yes. So I will be leaving the job kind of work together in about three weeks, but it's emotions. So it's closer obviously than to would've been is like an hour away yeah. It would have been as But. Blessing you like these. Link. The. Economy. One, lady act that is honestly the. Are we have our own level? Then we have A. Space that we can. But Guy Has Rafeh. You. I'm have little. I'm serious. And I'll just be like, oh this is sister chloe I wanNA Khloe Rosen. State. owned. The bathroom sound. Reindeer or thing Oh, somebody else's in new holding. Go. One thing I've. Learned this. Yes she's Dora. Question. because. I was really plummeting. Springhill who is records? It's huge joggers unity in getting a permit Nashville. You also think of US moving been reports the for us to get you on. How loving always spring. But now we're going to be like fuck continues on the road. So the mileage destroyed I. Also. Relationships. I thought it was a her time but honestly, I never felt. I. Bring. This Back over leaving riggan savings yeah. y'All y'all can't take Julie. Now. The Hams the best thing ever it really hits like everything is. That's off. Sprays finally took. For the best thing is we finally. I was. Real. Shy White people. But I'm just. Throwing out there because. Why not why? You know. So I think we're we're doing exactly what we need to do. Exactly. What we need to be in the society does he was. They were. Of Fear Lake. Only know what we're talking about. Four Bucks feel. Home. You know what I mean. It feels right. 'cause again, liberal parents. Them because. If I did I'd have. I'd have. Tom. Get on youtube so that's cool. Thank God, of course, my parents. Would offer the offered. It's me to come in my parents offered to pay for who tells. Me They. Told US THAT APARTMENT IN Arkansas, you're like I lived over in this area before I for three years. For over. A big difference the ten minute drive. Literally ten minutes. Difference Oh and we live. wrote it looked it up to. I can't wait. Looking at. How far away it is from my work I was there name of Ruben y'all say it. Would voter. With. Leeann owner with I am so Dr Bernard. Boehner Woods turn on voter woods. Are Normally. Turn on Boehner. Yes. That's.
"megan brown" Discussed on KCRW
"Engine of the Cessna one seventy two sky hawk roars to life for a flight in Auburn Alabama thank god better six zero Alfa uniform picking up for my tree six southwest bound climbing four thousand five hundred chocolate covered Elizabeth white eases the throttle forward in the plane lifts off into a clear blue sky she's an Auburn University student in the professional flight program and flying this stay with instructor Megan brown why don't you give me a right turn to that woke me water tower all their weight is already a private pilot with her instrument rating and working now on becoming an instructor it takes hundreds of hours of flight experience in ground based training to get to this point brown says part of her challenge as an instructor is ensuring students remember all this years later as parents get older we tend to get comfortable and kind of think oh yeah that's no big deal what you got to be aware of is the minute you start feeling wrong about something you've got to stop the fight in that it appears as what the pilot of the Kobe Bryant crash did not do it's a known problem in aviation called get there itis meaning pilots focus on getting to their destination when that's not always the safest outcome pilots in general tend to be goal oriented people Richard next baton is executive director of the air safety institute with the aircraft owners and pilots association he says pilots often feel pressure we think part of it is either consciously or sub consciously when a pilot takes off in a in a desire to go fly somewhere that goal was set in their mind and what's in.
"megan brown" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
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"megan brown" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"A point. Guard like I look around and I see who's GonNa score unlike gave it to them because I don't need to be the person that's going to. and. I think that I have spent a lot of years in my life, just surrounding myself with people who are all the same as me and it wasn't until I had this realization as I've matured. You know it really what made you grow and we all want to grow right even though it's hard, is to surround yourself with people who are also interested in invested in growing, and they bring different strengths to the table and you're begging. I would not have had this hair. Had you not should be the magic round curling brush? Where we stay together at a CSM, so we all have different strengths and. It's really important because it's really easy, and it's. It's comfortable to be around people that are always pat me on the back and in like great job. You're doing great, but really you know you've always been one of those people for me to even as a student. You know you, WanNa push yourself outside your comfort zone and surround yourself with people who are gonNA. Make you be your best and they're gonNA. They're gonNA challenge you so. Yeah. That was one thing that was instilled upon me. Is What I was in school, which was finding people that allow you to be your authentic self what does that? What does that mean to use guy? You know. I. I'm all about manners and all about how you conduct yourself and professionalism, but. We all have these innate qualities that make us who we are, and if you're always trying to be somebody else, you can never find your true light, and you can never be the best you could be, so you need to have people who are willing to be around you and you make mistakes, and either they're going to call you out on your mistakes and. And they're going to help you get past. Those or they're gonNA. Call you out. We're GONNA. Forgive you and I think finding those relationships are really important, because we all have weaknesses and really that's the good stuff happens right when you find people that you can share your weaknesses with, and you can be authentic in front of them. Yeah, no grown without that. Both of you had recently done something. Similar sky with Marymount University and Academic Program Meghan with with a business and digital What it literally going from something you had done one way in person to going digital like a virtual. Happy hour must rather be clinking glasses with you guys right now, but we can't, but we adapt, so we can do that. What would it flipping on a dime? Teach you. We'll go with Megan. I would flipping on a dime teach you. Know. It's funny I had this. is training scheduled for mid-may and I'd already moved. And in, we talked Jimmy about how difficult it was to pivot a twelve year business in forty eight hours twelve years of an entire business forty eight hours so. was working really hard and I just in my head I gave up I. said You know I. This is too much I'm not going to try to figure out how to create the training. Since this is a great excuse to just cancel it and then something sky knows i. say this in my class a lot excuse. Is a problem that you have decided not to Saul who? An excuse is a problem you have decided not to solve and and I say that to my people all the time and I thought to myself well. That's an excuse, Meghan. And reached out to all of my people and said Hey. I'm going to go for this I'm going to do. My hot plot is training virtually and guess what it's going to be even better. I'm going to give you extra time I'm going to give extra check in, and it's going to be hybrid. We're going to do it online. We're GONNA record all. All of the lectures, so you can go back to them. And then when all of this craziness is hopefully over, we're GONNA. Meet together in person, and we're going to assimilate it all and I not only filled up immediately, but a three person wait lists, and then I had to hire extra people to accommodate the people that I lead and after that so. If we if we let something like this? Police down and say this is a problem that I. Don't feel like solving than. than yet, we're not going to move forward. And what if we said that with everything with every hurdle? Wow, theorem! Excuses probably decided not to solve unfortunately Jimmy percents kids. You're going to start hearing. A perfect. Guy Will treat this as your. Your parting shot these fifteen minute sessions went fast, and then we got to do with more long form I need to talk with everybody a little more, but Quick Soundbites? Drop a huge knowledge bomb, so this is. All that but I know the bars high and you'll do it would. Teach you in academic program at our. My Alma Mater Marymount University going all digital with three years of student severe. Party, shop. It taught me to just apologized frequently and to show your human side, and you know be transparent rate. I think that was the biggest lesson that I learned was over communicating and relentless inning with the students because and the faculty because nobody knew what was happening. From day to day and here. It was a great thing for me to have because like mega and right, she's caring for all of these people I'm caring for all of these students, and that can be going because I didn't have the opportunity to shut down and. I'm like we said we all learned in this process. It was hard for the students that they. They gave it their best shot and may hung in there with us, and it's still not perfect doing it on, but we're trying our best and I. Just I just said that to them. You know I said it's GonNa I'm GonNa make mistakes, but I'd rather tell you that upfront and we learn on. Think about that as a lesson from students right there I mean I myself. As a second career student so I came a little bit older. You still look up to your professors is like they know everything to see their professor. Say Listen I. Don't know the answer, but we're going to figure it out. I'm probably GONNA screw up, but I also stand up for an apologize. Like, those are less than. Right, you can take those anywhere. I love those so thank you guys for doing that. Thank you guys for for taking a flyer on doing this thing live. Because usually you can edit things out if we screw up you guys. Never I'm the one that usually floods line. With you, didn't we go live at CSM, New Orleans. Did. was in New Orleans. Let's put it that way, yeah! We can do. Let's do it again every week. Would again every happy hour? So much for stopping by we've got tear JOE also coming up next, we'll hear more from from you guys in a later episode. We'll definitely have you guys back on for happy hour ladies thank you so much. We appreciate you stopping by. Thanks Jimmy. Online, facebook, twitter and instagram at PT podcast special thanks for supporting the virtual happy hour. For supporting the show to the Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapy the leaders in orthopedic physical therapy practice with educational offerings on their website right now Ortho P., T. dot org if you're looking to advance your clinical practice as an orthopedic physical therapist, wouldn't it feel great to know the people that you're learning from are the leaders in the profession, and they've been doing it for a long time and doing it the right way. That would feel great right?.
"megan brown" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Who've already been on the show Sky Donovan no stranger to the program as well as Meghan Brown Sky, these share at Marymount University and Mega Brown Marymount Allom, which is special for me, 'cause. Yes, where I went to school We dig into some stuff. That was We'll kind of on the on the types of our tongues. If you're watching that Michael Jordan. Jordan documentary right the last dance we talk about. How do you choose your starting five in your life? Personally professionally, we dig it that means with with sky. Meghan, as well as celebrating the fact, that sky was just elected to the American physical therapy, association's ordered of directors. congrats again dig into the show again want to say thanks to our friends at Arias medical staffing as well as our friends at Owens Recovery Science See what personalized blood flow restriction, rehabilitation training can do for your clinical practice right now at Owens recovery science dot. Broadcasting physical therapists around the world is this is the PT Pine Cast. May I introduce me to introduce you to here's your host physical therapist. Jimmy Mackay. Ladies and gentlemen entering the studio now. You guys you. Guys have been on for four five episodes. Meghan Brown Sky Donovan Welcome to the show ladies. Jimmy. I quite the hardest. What are we drinking? Lawn playing to my audience, so the official Pizza Pine Cast Pizza Pint. Right there Meghan. When he got there one part to kill one, Frankie might be muted. Oh, I think I'm I am. Not. Your rate little bit now. You're delayed your delayed. It's okay we'll figure out what you're saying. It will just be a few seconds late. I would like to. Let you start with a little fanfare. Graduations skied Donovan elected, AP board directors. Just, yesterday is when that happened so congratulations I got a whole twenty four hours, but I already have any PTA email address so. I I am really. Loan away, and I'm really grateful for this opportunity and It's it's just a great privilege to try to be able to serve association and a profession. That's done so much for me personally. It's my honor. Yeah I know you've only had position for less than twenty four hours, but you know I'm sure you. How come you haven't done right guy. What have you done this? Haven't you done that, right? Right, Now, so that's that's what I'm doing. My PTA, right? They're getting stuffed on the beer and he like to hear We wanted to talk about some things that were going on just a few weeks ago. Something that kind of really just gripped the nation in terms of not tiger king. I'm not alluding to tiger. King I'm talking about the. The last dance and Michael Jordan and it actually pains me to say. Some of the audience might be young enough for they're like yeah. I've Kinda. Remember who that guy is, but Meghan UA. You said you're you're you know keeping track of that last dance documentary multiple part series, and that was something you wanted to bring up in terms of team. And you do that physical therapist and as a business owner It's important who you have on your own starting five. To totally am I still delayed can. Oh good. Yeah you know the thing that moved me about that documentary is we were all? We all watched his career and I even was playing basketball, although sitting the bench, but but my team was really good, so I will say that and you know we were. We were kind of kids and young adults when he was in his prime, and then to hear his whole back story and his leadership style, and his just his drive to win. It was really fascinating to see that and it. It was I was inspired. I was really inspired by. Yeah! It had been so long and you know I feel like Michael Jordan now is literally an icon like he's a logo. He has jumped man. He's on everything and it was good to see that human behind like. How did he get there right because he doesn't do a ton of public appearances, right? He's not on social media all the time, but he's kind of always in the. He's jumping. Yeah, yeah, and and sky. I know you were watching it to. Did you watch it with your boys? What did they? They were they were very into it. My twelve year olds would watch it religiously. He knew exactly what it was coming out and he was riveted and he was like. I can't believe you've lived during this time. In the eighteen hundreds as MJ. You could fly. I thought it was a really interesting. Look deftly. Maybe say Oh, my Gosh I you know I think as you look back some of those things. I don't care that they sort of blend together, but you're no. This went on for that for that many. His was that long in terms of being at the top of his game. So, so how do you? How do you translate teamwork and that that attitude and for the audience who doesn't Know Meghan? owns a mind the mad. In Alexandria multiple location, physical therapy pilates live classes. We've talked to on an episode not long ago and how you pivoted and went online, as we're doing right now with happy hour, but focusing on that kind of starting five mentality. You're FAB fives. How do you do that? How do you won't show the people around? You are the right people to be on your team. Well I. Think the thing that that really struck me about that particular. Documentary was think it might have been episode seven when he gets asked. Are you afraid that you're not as the Nice Guy with your leadership style was very much. I don't know if people said intimidate. I can't. I can't remember I wanNA watch the whole thing over again, but what he really did, is he? He pushed people to be their best he. He knew he believed in them. If they didn't believe themselves, and yes, they had the skills in. He believed in them and he didn't let go let down on them. He constantly pushed them to play their best and that to me, just really it. It struck me from up physical stereotype physical therapy standpoint. It's the Tequila. Affable here to like. That's what we do. And what style is physical therapists. How do we empower people are? How do we push people to really feel like they can accomplish what they're capable of because people that our doors, they have the power. We're the ones who are guiding them on on the strength in the increase in function. And you've gotTA. You've gotTA. Make sure you're reading that person right whether it's a colleague. In terms, it's a business partner. It's a patient interaction. You GotTa make sure you're reading that patient ripe. We mentioned that with Jerry at the top of the show which is, we should probably lead with our ears, right? My Grandmother, who say got two years in one mouth use them accordingly. I didn't listen, but you should write. Listen, listen, listen yeah and I think while skies in my like my hair is soaking wet because I just taught a class in skies. Here is nice and dry, blown out, and she was in my class just a mirror hour ago and That's my style is I I kind of known as being mean in class, not in like a therapeutic class, but like in a workout class I mean I pushed people because I believe in them I, believe understanding the bio mechanics and understanding physiology as a physical therapist so I'm GonNa push them beyond what they think. Their limits are, but for me as a clinician. Clinician I don't think they're limited. That's the interesting thing I like to As we took friends because she pushes me, so you know to your point of the Fab five I consider myself more of.
"megan brown" Discussed on I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship
"Welcome to I'm not in an abusive relationship with your host Claudia. Pause thanks for joining us once again for. I'm not in an abusive relationship today. We're GONNA take a little bit of a turn In that we're GonNa talk about sports and sexual violence and Domestic not domestic assault but just assault sexual assault in the sports world which is a little bit different with quite a bit different than the domestic for variety although sometimes they carry over Today we have Christa Deboer with US. Who is a sexual assault therapist for days us? And also Danny Philip. Pack and she is a sexual assault advocate also basis and both of these women have been athletes for most of their lives Even at the NCW level and coaching and all kinds of things. So I'm Chris. We'll start with you and and how about if we just you know let our listeners know how you did participate in the Sports World. Do sure So I started gymnastics when I was four and I quit competitive gymnastics when I was twenty and then did a little bit of Just kind of open gym which just coming in and playing around mostly so competitive Yeah so that was in college so I guess most of my life was in the sports world and Danny Awesome I have been an athlete for I've been a professional athlete for now. Going on six years I ran as a division two all American Added Division Troupe Program Went on from that from Professional Marathon. Running to forty one in the marathon. The Olympic trials went onto coach. NJ NC double a an AI Have Been Coaching Middle School. High School College all throughout with cross country and track. And then now even though I'm super pregnant as you guys see. I'm still running every day and I hope to finish my first hundred mile on September I have represented the United States in the fifty mile distance. Trill championship where we WanNa Bronze-medal so and then I ran three hundred and forty miles across the state for domestic and sexual abuse awareness in May. Wow and did you say finish one hundred miles like all the same time? Yeah WANT TO IN SEPTEMBER. After baby makes arrival that is that would be quite an achievement hundred miles all at the same time. Well I've done three hundred four hundred car stop. Don't worry we we eat cheese it and Jerky and chalk among the whole way. So well okay. Okay it's still no that's fabulous that you are able to do those things so and now those were all you know highlights obviously but You both have had a very long and successful career in the sports world but not everybody gets that chance and many Athletes not just women but many athletes deal with all kinds of abuse whether it's sexual verbal or physical abuse in the sports world and that's kind of what we're going to center on today So I'm not sure which of you want to start but let's figure out. What kinds of of things equate to sexual or domestic violent abuse in the sports world? So Danny what kinds of abuse have you seen kind of in your sport? Oh Gosh I mean just as what Claudia said physical emotional sexual and psychological abuse We see that turning into really unhealthy team cultures which further perpetrates behaviors and can really leave detrimental effects on the athletes And then the program can be affected. what about you I think very closely it's physical mental sometimes emotional I would say I think unfortunately right now gymnastics is known for the Larry Nassar USA gymnastics scandal now. Which I think is put a lot of a damper on even the upcoming Olympics So and it and it ranges right like I don't know if you notice this in sports but When you have a good coach knows you and knows how to motivate you versus other cultures or other. I competed in gym so other times where you could even kind of notice a very big difference between the culture in my gym which was like a family atmosphere. Learning life skills Once you're part of that family you never leave. Coaches are like parents because he's just spent so much time with them versus you go to other gyms and it's not quite the same field that you can even see even observing the relationship between athletes and coaches and I think what you said. They're spending so much time with the athletes you know. My husband's a division when coach A lot of the time. That is who the athletes feel comfortable with. They're going to them for some of their first interactions of the day like my husband's out there coaching six in the morning. And you know very intimate things come up like hey. I'm having a problem at home. Hey I'm struggling with this. Like coaches are there and We want to preface that. There are so many amazing coaches out there. Majority of them are and you know it's an amazing experience or you're part of a sport in Chris can both agree but These are just things to be aware of and unfortunately we are seeing In uprise in every single sports environment that is affected by Sexual Violence Sexual harassment. And that's why we're talking about it today. Inappropriate relationships between coaches and athletes absolutely so. It's yeah it's it's sad but I think that it's something that we don't always talk about until something big happens and so part of it is how do we talk about it. In a way that were providing education and awareness as well so that people know this is what to look for some of the recent cases in in cross country and track that I know of which was Mary Kane which was a huge stray done by the Times within the last. Oh Gosh three months Mary Kane. Who was a high school finance? She turned professional. She was psychologically mentally abused and encourage distorting disordered eating behavior and there there are professional program. Bike is actually shut down because of the abuses Another recent case was a Canadian runner. Whose name was Megan Brown and was seventeen years old at the time and was groomed by her coach. Dave Scott Thomas into a sexual relationship which negatively affected her athletic career and left her and psychological distress. And these are all things that are coming years later. That seems to be almost a pattern that that years later the the person who has abused eventually maybe through therapy or through family help finds the courage to confront that because coach is always held on a pedestal. So it would take a great deal of courage to be able to say no can't do this. And what you did was wrong. In the strength and the bravery that it takes to come forward Even in gymnastics it was just Released within the couple the past couple of days. That Maggie Haynes. Who is Laurie Hernandez Coach Laurie? Hernandez was sixteen at the Olympics. When they won gold and her she was actually suspended by USA. Gymnastics for verbally abusing Lori and quite a few other gymnasts And Laurie since then his actually left that Jim. I'm intrigued with different coach in California and then it just came back out that One of another coach from the same jam that Maggie was out was also I think she was suspended or they're doing an investigation. I can't remember exactly which For the same kind of abusive relationship. So it is. I mean it's common happening and like for me. The best part is that it's coming out and so if someone can survivor can use their voice in such a brave manner. That's what can create change. Hopefully yeah But I think we're kind of ongoing lines of healthy relationships and boundaries with with within the coaching You know what I said before. Healthy relationships get athletes to perform trust in the program. The coach the philosophies the school And we are generalizing. This is amateur sports. This is sports. This is college. High School programs When the team culture is abusive and that behaviors accepted the perpetrator behavior thrives. Because there's fear and intimidation and guilt of those being affected when this behavior is normalized that creates a cycle of violence. Which is what I'm hearing from that story and It's not just a male coach problem. I want to say that it does happen with female. Coaching You know. The vulnerability of athletes is inherent with college athletes and an professionals even Who are away from home and abuse can easily happen in these situations because of the power dynamic at play And you know this is the power dynamic role which KRISTA can speak more on the Duluth model which we use every day and our line of work. It can not only affect sport relationships.
"megan brown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A fifty K. a tech Corgan with you we are it's going to be with you until the seven o'clock hour so lots more to get to the which we were talking baseball or with your right now if it was a home date we will be talking baseball with it snowing and below freezing temperatures in Denver right now but we will go out to at least get warmer and Los Angeles to continue our conversation with actors comedian Megan Varano and Megan thanks for giving us the the time here today I wanted to talk about your experience with the second city in Chicago in many ways that is is sort of the the laboratory of of comedy and in many ways so many people have gone through second city and going on to a wonderful careers in the entertainment industry how did that all come about for you and walk us through the process yeah my parents took me to Chicago when I was about twelve and I happen to be a sketch that I never forgot that was starring Steven called bear in it said there it and called the mellow this is of course long before they were famous and the sketch was about all the mellow played the kid and his parents put him in that awful situation like that if we were all out on a boat together and both started thinking and you had a life vest and you could only save one of us which currently just and I remember thinking it was such a funny gadget that age and I just I fell in love with second city right then and there and I've heard so many people who end up working at second city say something like that that they'll be something when they're about you know between eleven and fourteen years old it just for them to the theater and that's exactly what happened to me and then I was lucky enough that a second city opened in Detroit when I was about I think I must have been fourteen or fifteen so I started going there it was twenty one and over but you were allowed to comment at any age to see the improv that would always and the second city show so I went I thank every weekend there almost every weekend of high school I would go down and watch that impressed that and I know now I'm friendly with a lot of the people that I used to watch on stage there but I watched them do improv and I just got so hyped and loved it so much I knew that's what I wanted to do I've heard you describe that your time it the second city was your academic approach to comedy of fellowship if you will because you've you've said Dave yes everybody to certain levels has a sense of humor but that doesn't mean you can turn it into a performance capability either on stage or as a writer of of comedy so what made the second city be that that font of information for you if you will well first of all I heard with the second city touring company and I did that for three years so I did shows all over the country and Canada and I I love Canadian audiences by the way they're so smart at the Oakland intermittent but they're they're just extra fun up there in Canada and we I learned from doing that you know I must have done over the course of all those years a few thousand shows and you learn in doing all the shows that you can walk into a room and you can tell if the room is good for comedy or not altered the insider secrets like if it's a big room or if it's a small room but it has a high ceiling you will not get laughs in a room like that or it will be extremely difficult to get laughs in a room any room that build big will not be good for lack which is really interesting and escalated situation BL lightly what why is that do you think there's something about human psychology that's a little nervous collapse like should I laugh like I think this is like a band of people that should I laugh at that I don't know if I should but that guy sitting right next to me is laughing really hard okay I can laugh to them because no one's gonna really know all right next to each other it might sound the same I'm like this is all sub consciously going after people had and the closer that's fine if you go to any good comedy club people are packed in and the feeling of glow because they know that human psychology thing that you need to feel close and you need to feel a little bit almost hidden hidden in the crowd for people to laugh and temperature wise it has to be called if people are hot they don't last so for instance I I travel now with Jim Belushi we tour and I've done god you know we've got a thousand shows with him and if it's hot I mean he will instantly talk to whoever runs the theater or club in say you have to make it freezing in here our people will not I had never heard that before that's really interesting it makes sense because we did a show down in Florida where the air conditioning was broken and you know people are so uncomfortable they're sweating their hot they're not able to laugh all they're focused on it's like I'm uncomfortable right now very very old yeah I learned a lot of really practical things like that touring in and also when you do that many shows like that whole ten thousand hour rule you begin to see everything you I've failed so many times but failing doesn't scare you anymore you're like I've done that I've done it hundreds of times I've exceeded hundreds of times I know that I can pick up and go on again I know that I think one of the most valuable things to me working in a writer Graham is that I'm here in LA is that I've seen live that one of the nice things about second did you get to try different jumped out with an opinion each night you could say Hey do I want to flop that joke out for something else let's see how that works and you can do that over and over again and you can really see firsthand that some jokes really are interchangeable and where that comes into play is when you're in a writers room a lot of times I've worked with writers who you know who have these huge egos are like no no no this is the only joke that will work and my first hand experience being out in America all over the country is that actually probably both of those jokes for work so I don't think we have to fight about that like let's just choose one yes well in you you mentioned writers room for a for a period of time you wrote to you were part of that writers room for the Jimmy Kimmel show and then I I loved it what you said to you you had to give that up it wasn't because you didn't enjoy it it was home life yeah yeah it was really challenging I was a new mom at that point and I was not prepared oh my god I was just having the talk the other day it's like no matter how many people tell you what it's going to be like when that baby get their name there is zero preparation for what it really great thank you kind of interesting though out of that maybe not immediately so but you then became part of a a a group that does a lot of social media platform projects called the and I love the title of and I got to make sure people E. hear me properly the break room not the break room but the break room yeah tell us a little bit about that project that was such a blast that was me and two friends we've known each other about fifteen years back from our days training and coming up at second city in Chicago and we all became mothers right around the same time and realize there is just too much money materials and not make it and that is about it so we started coming together and doing that and we just had a blast with that we need I think during the course of our run we made about a hundred and twenty sketches are scattered everywhere I call them all on on YouTube and Facebook and stuff you can find in there and a lot of them went viral we had a great time doing that we did I live tour really fun as almost comically motherhood also got in the way of putting out as much content as we wanted it was really tricky trying to put out that level of content with all of our family you've been in a in a number of of of movies you've appeared in quite a few TV series EMI right just I know you were on on Veep for awhile with Julie Julia Louis Dreyfus and and a number of one did I hate you guys Leeson I watched it the other night because again we have the time to do so we watched bomb shell and I swore if there was somebody at the convention look just like you yeah you're exactly right you're so funny yeah oh my god I I mean it was at one point a really a bigger scene but there I got cut down one of my early life and why I was not after and not long after I moved to LA I got passed in the movie bridesmaids and I should tell your audience that when you're auditioning you know for a movie I actually with understanding from one part and then I I got taken all the way I was going to be like I kept it even all the way for a lead role in that film that went that Wendi McLendon I would forget how to say her name but she's the one who ended up playing that part and so I didn't get it by Dave gave me a different part instead and I told everybody I was so excited you know my whole family back home there like I'm in bridesmaids and will be in the movie nineteen would wear Paul Reid and it was really fun and if you're going yourself right now wait a minute all right wasn't in bridesmaids stay tuned that's correct he was not impressed we had that whole sequence I I wasn't aware at that time that so much get hot from movies TV shows that they shoot so much that they just don't use the vet and higher seven minute sequence of the movie was cut out I never even thought that was a possibility so you know the nice thing is I still get ridicule attacked from bridesmaids but you can't find me in that movie and I've learned I've learned since then but you know what they might shooting bombshell I shot that part it was a bigger thing and I kept thinking I don't know that they can lose fifteen entirely but I think they could lose my part and sure enough they got me down to like you can hear me but you can barely fit but it was still it's always so fun to shoot that it's just crazy how you know like I was there I went into double overtime which means you don't have them in that screen actor's guild I was there like seventeen hours and I am on screen for a second if that yep but that's all part of the process but it it leads but it leads us to a good point as we visit with actors comedian Megan brown that in this current stay at home and an essential businesses being closed I mean people are at home and they're watching all kinds of productions but there aren't any productions happening right now unless they've already been shot then could be edited and then finally put out so four really the majority of the entertainment industry that this is a really difficult time right now because you can't do something new that's great even my agency it like my my actors agents are there because so many of their clients are working in and we are predicted not to be working for quite some time they've laid off agent or defended agents or furloughed agent so I mean it's a ripple effect through the entire industry there's no production the agent that means they're losing jobs that you're in and none of us know when we will ever work again yeah that's one of the yeah it's one of the challenges certainly as you said right at the beginning of the hour when you talked about doing something different than the rest of the family one other aspect though in in that's a great part of it that the those of us in the this business radio television movies stage where you you need to keep diversifying and reinventing themselves it's easy for people like you and me to talk about performing because we've done it so many times time and time again get you that ability to to handle it and get through the the the stage fright issues if you will and all that and we lose sight at times of how difficult it can be for people to make a presentation to to make a speech and I understand that that's part of your diversification to to work with people in that area so what are some of the things you're trying to do as you trying to help people be better public speakers yes I I've been doing that as an unwanted like you say a part of my job portfolio for about eight years helping people with public speaking.
Did a powerful coach groom his talented young runner for sex?
"The problem at the heart of today's story an ugly one but it's not particularly unique. A grown man in a position of power allegedly uses that power to groom a young woman. I as a friend and as a partner and finally for a sexual relationship if there's one thing the past few years of these stories should have taught us. It's that this scenario happens absolutely everywhere. But what happens when the story goes public? That varies wildly depending on the world in which it happens in large companies and big industries by now there is a process or at least there should be even in smaller companies. There's usually a structure of some sort in place in the tiny insular world of Canadian long distance running though there's not much of that to speak of and the allegations that landed in a national newspaper almost two weeks ago have exposed just how badly some oversight is needed in these small communities almost two decades ago now a promising young woman met a notable coach and the story went the way these stories sometimes go and nobody talked nothing was done until it hit the papers and now at tiny world of Canadian long distance running has been blown wide open and nobody knows what happens now I'm Jordan Heathrow. This is the big story Michael. Dale is a freelance journalist for this particular investigation. He worked with the globe in Mail. Michael Hi how are you doing? I'm doing well. You performed quite a deep dive on a problem that I don't think a lot of people even knew was on anybody's radar. Why don't you start by telling us who's Meghan Brown certainly Megan Brown? Actually if if you're a fan of track and field and Canada you may remember the name because she was a bright star Ten fifteen years ago. was better apex or career And she started off as a high school genome. She ran very briefly with a club called. Speed River Track and Field Club in wealth and also briefly with the University of wealth before moving on to the University of Toronto. She had some success ultimately she didn't become an Olympian or the next great Canadian distance runner And my investigation in part unearth. Y happened or why it didn't happen in the same vein than on just so we have the two characters upfront. Who is Dave Scott? Thomas Dave Scott. Thomas is or was until very recently arguably the most powerful individual and track and field in Canada. He was a coach at the University of wealth which is a powerhouse program and track and field only rivaled with US schools and he also had a speed river track and Field Club in wealth which had a number of Olympians that ran Ran With him at the club over the years and developed an unimaginable amount of talent there and he was a national team coach so he coached And the two thousand Sixteen Olympics as well so in a relatively small world in this industry in Canada he was one of the bigger names. He was an outsized figure for sure. I mean I one coach said to me. He sort of like a Scotty. Bowman type figure. He's a an empire builder on a lot of different levels But I would argue that within the cloistered world of of Canadian track and field and distance running. He was even much more powerful than that. So let's start by going back to the beginning and tell me how Meghan Brown Matt Dave Scott Thomas. It all started in the fall of two thousand and one when. Megan was a sixteen year old kid and she was very new to running. Suliman wearing a couple of years. Her Mom had died When she was a teenager and she discovered running after her mother's death in part a coping mechanism and she won the junior race at the Ontario Cross country. Championships that the high school championships which is a pretty incredible feat for someone running and Dieskau. Thomas saw her. That meet identified her as the up and coming feed on that she was. I suppose luckily for him. She happened to be a local kid. She was from the farm community outside of wealth area so he in the weeks after her win went to her high school and recruited her there at that time when she is sixteen and he's recruiting her. How big a deal was he. Then would have been like being recruited by Scotty Bowman at that time Not Quite but he was definitely an up and coming force certainly locally it would be a big deal Guelleh was At the university level was developing as a top flight school and his program that was sort of attached to the school. The Speed River Track and Field Club was becoming a known commodity in the running scene and he was attracting some talent but this was at the very beginning the building stages and he's a very charismatic figure. As well he you know. He offered her an opportunity in a situation for her to grow her talent. And obviously it was you know in the community so she and her father who is a a widower. The time trusted Mr Scott Thomas to take care of their daughter. She spoke to you in a lot of depth for this story. What does she say about their relationship? Their working relationship in the early days. I think it was Positive and then it became very intense. Very quickly They develop you mean by intense while the very quickly started spending a lot of time together and time not just in terms of after school when he's coaching around the track but even after that and according to many of the athletes that I spoke with that were present at that time while she was still a high school kid training at speed river they would disappear off in the car they will go for drives And as Megan told me later in our interviews He would take her for tea and they would spend long periods of time talking about a started off talking about running and then it very quickly diverged from that talking about each of their emotional states in his as much as hers and then e. Mail started Phone calls this is at the during the early days of the cell phone right so megan actually had a phone was kind of Sarab tissue going out and you know are up in her room or out on the road talking to Dave Scott Thomas while he was staying late at his office in the evenings. What do we know about what the people around this relationship thought about it? so far you've described stuff that I think would raise people's eyebrows but Perhaps not crossing particular line. The first problem is is that there was an incredible amount of blind trust given a day. Scott Thomas he started the program at the University of wealth it was nothing program by all accounts And he built it from nothing to quite something and later on to an incredible program And because of that he had unilateral power. It wasn't a whole lot of checks and balances going on university and put in place and parents trusted him as well He's sort of report himself to be a family man. He has daughters. He was married guy in his late thirties at the time. So there was a lot of trust built in their students Athletes in the in the club and athletes at the university Told me that they definitely. They started to gossip. They they definitely saw something going on but they're kids. They're they're teenagers. They're eighteen. Nineteen twenty years old others. A lot of jealousy actually Many many athletes told me former athlete told me that they felt a great deal of Chelsea towards Megan because she was occupying all of all of their coaches time. Right but the thing is is that Dave. Thomas gave her that time that attention so it was definitely a two way street. That was going on. Where did that lead in the fall of two thousand two? The speed river team led by Dave. Scott Thomas went in an RV and drove out to Moncton for The National Cross Country Championships. A Megan was the only teenage girl in the group who was a lot of like university students that were going out and you know it was a really fun time for her. She was very excited. This is the first big trip for our She's a pretty naive kid as well and she ended up winning that meet. She won that the national junior title. Which is a huge deal and meant that you'd be going to a world championships the CA- following year and that night after winning title instead of going out with friends her teammates and celebrating She went on a drive with Scott Thomas in that. Rv She alleges and That's when he approached her of with the idea of a relationship he won't. He was kind of probing her for how she felt about him emotionally and sexually as well and shortly after that a sexual relationship again between the two of them and she was seventeen years old. He was thirty eight so the topic. At least of the relationship is broached right after her biggest victory so far and and what should have been the first of of many. What happens the weeks after that according to Meghan Will shortly after that after they come back from the National Championships in Moncton Her and Mr Scott. Thomas actually go for a trip alone in his car. T. FROM WEALTH TO TORONTO. A day trip they went to the the ROM. The Ryland Area Museum Museum and in the exhibit somewhere He kisses her and then later on that evening they drive back to wealth they go to The Arboretum which is large forested area owned by the university where he actually trained as athletes. And that's where they they had Megan's first sexual encounter in her life in his car and She says that she felt it was an ultimatum. that he gave her before they had sex. Which was that either heavy relate sexual relationship with me or You're going to lose everything that we built. Of course she chose the former. I think she realizes now that consent was not possible at that point in her life based on her age based on the the power dynamic that existed between the two of them So from there on in there was a A two year secret sexual relationship That they maintained until she was a Shortly after she joined the University of Wealth As a student athlete. How does that kind of thing happen? And I think this sounds like kind of a stupid question because we now hear about this kind of thing happening often but how does something like that happen? Within a relationship that has so many power dynamics involved and nobody around it does anything. I mean you mentioned. They might not have known about the romantic aspect of the relationship that you mentioned that her teammates were certainly aware. Was anybody else involved with the club or the university aware that this was going on. I mean this is a debate. That's kind of turned the running community in Canada. Too Right now which is Those that were a part of the University of Guel for Speed River Track and Field Club at that time. Either as coaches or athletes.
"megan brown" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"You will always see a truck parked somewhere at a store or something on loading for the day because they get there you know it's two three four five o'clock in the morning and you know they're doing what they have to do and I'm telling you without truck drivers this country would be up a creek. and the Saddam driverless trucks drives me nuts. I mean it's just it's crazy it's one ask it's lunacy. let's never do that let's go to I'm Louise in Louisville Kentucky assist Cleopatra yes that is correct thank you for accepting my call sure the program last night was so exciting would would treated me with her in the midst of the name that's the thing this thing was Marc Anthony two thousand years well here we go are you sure I'm positive so let me tell you the story is documented on the travel channel this change was born in Missouri in the eighteen hundreds well he was an outbound traffic all over the country when happy came into Kentucky and he observed the house where Maggie Grandview which was me in another life path Megan brown head of Florence so he wants the house for two or three hours until it got dark city came and knocked on the door and he said to Maggie brown the lady we you fix me a mail I'm hungry he looked at it he said I won't bother you let me and so should lead to manage the fixed the meals it was a very meager meal so he sat down at the big wooden table in the head at the table he's a wise to me also meager she said the tax collectors coming to take my house tomorrow I have run out of money he said how much do you owe she told him he said okay he ate the meal and then at the end he said I've spent the night is that alright good morning he left the money they see the tax collector and he said make sure that you get a refill he said all right he developed he said meant now make sure you get a receipt for that okay. this is Laura when he is in the mountains with the tax collector came. he knocked on the door Meg brown said yes he said I'm here to collect the money for your taxes knowing he wouldn't have issues that come in to get the money for the taxes he said I need a receipt he said okay he gave her the receipt then he'd about heading back to town. Jesse James came running. I know what's going to happen here he told the may give me your money bag and your car and your pistol the man these different things come up. who are you he said this is Katie said don't turn around you turn America how we shoot you so the man with the tail he told everybody and everything. down down. they gave the money to Maggie brown deer in route to manage the money and ran off again was it legal I mean did you still get to keep the house. and brilliant documented on the travel channel one of the point I won't come make when Jesse James after he faked his death he came back to Maggie brown because she let me use the first hand the minute he came back to a three times late but the last time he came he said Maggie on these and I'm going to South America she's standing in the yard she suggested she said take me with you. she sells for a month they have been a lot for two thousand years well that's true he settled in life and he didn't say anything please don't leave me here take me with his students and things and found he says clam up on the back of a horse she's trying to come up on the horse but you know how hard it is get on a horse with no one to help you only he put his hand back reached and pulled her up they run off together and went to South America where they live happily ever after what a great story Louise of course is the she says the reincarnated Cleopatra and that's why she knows all these things otherwise we're gonna continue with open lines when we come right back that may have been the fast this half hour I've ever witnessed but we'll be back in a moment right here on coast to coast AM never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast's own email newsletter available for free it coast to coast AM dot com. news radio. coming to the Warner theater don't miss rock royalty deep purple on their long goodbye tour on October second killer queen the premier tribute to queen killer queen makes their much anticipated return to the U..
"megan brown" Discussed on WTVN
"Two three four five o'clock in the morning and you know they're doing what they have to do and I'm telling you without truck drivers this country would be up a creek. and the thought of driverless trucks drives me nuts. I mean it's just it's crazy it's one ask it's lunacy. let's never do that let's go to I'm Louise in Louisville Kentucky is this Cleopatra yes it is. thank you for accepting my call sure the program last night was so exciting would would treated me with when they miss Simpson laying this is saying this thing was marked instantly two thousand years. we go are you sure I'm positive so let me tell you the story is documented on the travel channel this change was born in Missouri in the eighteen hundreds well he was an elbow traps all over the country when happy came into Kentucky and he observed the house where Maggie Graham deals with with me in another life Megan brown had a former so he wants the house for two three hours until it got dark city came and knocked on the door and he said to Maggie brown lady we you fix me a meal I'm hungry he looked at it he said I won't bother you let me and so she did manage to fix the meal it was a very meager meal so he sat down at the big wooden table in the head at the table he's a wise to me also meager he said the tax collectors coming to take my house tomorrow I have run out of money he said how much do you owe he told me he said okay he ate the meal and the next year he said I've spent the night is that alright. warning he left the money they she owns the tax collector and he said make sure that you get a refill he said all right he developed he said Minton now make sure you get a receipt for that okay. this is Laura when he is in the mountains with the tax collector came. he knocked on the door Maggie brown said yes he said I'm here to collect the money for your taxes no I see wouldn't have issues that come in for games the money for the taxes he said I need a receipt he said okay he gave her the receipt then he'd about heading back to town. this is James came running. I know what's going to happen here he told the may give me your money bag and your car and your pistol the man is Jesse thank them up. who are you he said this is Stacey said don't turn around he said if we turn the mass how we shoot you so the man with the tail he told everybody and everything. yeah. the money to Maggie brown they're in route to manage the money they ran off again was it legal I mean did you still get to keep the house. and this is brilliant documented on the travel channel one of the point I won't come make when Jesse James after he faked his death he came back to Maggie brown because he met I mean that was the first time they met he came back to a three times lay the last time he came he said Maggie on these and I'm going to South America to standing in the yard to successfully don't you wish you. she sells for a month they have been a lot for two thousand years well that's true he settled on life and he didn't say anything please don't leave me here take me with his students in sync them found he says clam up on the back of a horse she's trying to come up on the horse but you know how hard it is get on a horse with no one to help you only he put his hand back recent pulled her up they run off together and went to South America where they live happily ever after what a great story Louise of course is the she says the reincarnated Cleopatra and that's why she knows all these things anyways we're gonna continue with open lines when we come right back that may have been the fastest half hour I've ever witnessed but we'll be back in a moment right here on coast to coast AM never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the.
"megan brown" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"You will always see a truck parked somewhere at a store or something on loading for the day because they get there you know at two three four five o'clock in the morning and you know they're doing what they have to do and I'm telling you without truck drivers this country would be up a creek. and the thought of driverless trucks drives me nuts. I mean it's just it's crazy it's one of the school it it's lunacy. let's never do that let's go to one Louise in Louisville Kentucky is this Cleopatra that is correct thank you for accepting my call German program last night was so exciting would would treated me was when they met Simpson laying this is playing this game will mark Anthony two thousand years well here we go are you sure I'm positive so let me tell you the story documented on the travel channel this change was born in Missouri in the eighteen hundreds he was at the elbow trapped all over the country when happy came into Kentucky and he answered the house where Maggie brown the oath which was me in another life at Megan brown had a farm so he wants the house for two three hours until it got dark city came and knocked on the door and he said to Maggie brown the lady we you fix me a mail I'm hungry he looked at it he said I won't bother you let me and so she managed to fix the meal it was a very meager meal so he sat down at the big wooden table in the head of the table he's a wise to me also meager she said the tax collectors coming to take my house tomorrow I have run out of money he said how much do you owe hello is that okay he ate the meal and then at the end he said I've spent the night is that alright that morning he left the money they see the tax collector and he said make sure that you get a refill he said all right he developed he said let me not make sure you get a receipt for that okay. this is when he is in the mountains with the tax collector came. he knocked on the door Maggie brown said yes he said I'm here to collect the money for the taxes knowing he wouldn't have issues that come in to get the money for the taxes he said I need a receipt he said okay he gave her the receipt then he'd about heading back to town. Jesse James came running. I know what's going to.
"megan brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Really only run that they legitimately knocked him with a hit and it's good for first based on what it ended up being a single so so anyway at a meeting and the nationals they win a ballgame whether offense didn't do anything all night long the new thing yep well I'm gonna take Megan brown from our PR department she and her husband James they had a baby Jacob Jake brown born on August first we watch Megan a little larger every week her first baby our first child so congratulations and origination were very fond of may go so if you wanna make Jake brown yep subject on those are player we give credit to for showing up on time actually just came a little early he will or he was USA there was a about a year they're they're not scoring runs I got to get out they can be appreciated the coming early excellently sponsored by redwood credit union banking for the people call this place home switch today redwood credit union for all that you love by ten number what's on deck sponsored by the California for dealers here's the thing then I'm certainly not saying that the giants players and I'm sure that they didn't but you start thinking about well we miss sure is we miss Corbin we mistrust bird so that this means that this is going to be a little bit better right not always so tomorrow time to score some runs I said that the boat you before the game is is a I don't ever say that any any pointed out the the the game with the cubs the last game of the homestand the previous owners that we're Jon Lester was a late scratch and I'll just wanna chat with the jets got nothing chat with you I think this story they probably did better against lesser than they did against chat with I think so we couldn't worse against us and then they then they have the giants announced to is between a man as soon as as the government has all right looking forward there anyway that's what's on deck sponsored by the California for dealers no one else can bring it like the F. one fifty with best in class towing and payload does just one.
"megan brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Really only run that they legitimately knocked him with a hit and it's good for first based on what it ended up being a single so so anyway at a meeting and the nationals they win a ballgame whether offense didn't do anything all night long didn't do a thing yep well I want to take Megan brown from our PR department she and her husband James they had a baby Jacob Jake brown born on August first we watch Megan a little larger every week her first baby our first child so congratulations and origination were very fond of may go so if you wanna make Jake brown yep subject on is our player we give credit to for showing up on time actually chicken little early he will or he was he was saying there was a get out of here they're they're not scoring runs I got to get out I can be appreciated the company really absolutely sponsored by redwood credit union banking for the people call this place home switch today redwood credit union for all that you love I tie number what's on deck sponsored by the California for dealers the thing then I'm certainly not saying that the giants players and I'm sure that they didn't but you start thinking about well we miss sure is we miss Corbin we mistrust bird so that this means that this is going to be a little bit better right not always so tomorrow time to score some runs I said that the boat you before the game is is a I don't ever say that any any pointed out the the the game with the cubs the last game of the homestand the previous owners that we're Jon Lester was a late scratch and Tyler general and a chat with the jets got nothing chat with you I think this story they probably did better against lesser than they did against chat with I think so we couldn't worse again so and then they then they have the giants announced to is between a man as soon as is the government has all right looking forward there anyway that's what's on deck sponsored by the California for dealers no one else can bring it like the F. one fifty with best in class towing and payload there's just one reason why the F. series is America's best selling truck forty two years running just got highlights I think he does right after this it's August.
"megan brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Always has the weights Perdomo throws Crawford takes in a deserted skips in front of home plate past may hear the backstop and then moved to larger third very wild pitch from Luis Perdomo may he is not known for his defense behind the plate but there's nothing he could do about that one small wonder Brandon Crawford and now another one of those or an infield hit and the giants could have their extra run five four that's the giants lead here in the seventh inning read almost on sixty five pitches today has been a long relief outing since his fourth inning of work Crawford swings and misses now is the change of that's a real hard change up strike one large take use lead away from their Machado as well off the lines of the LAR can get a real good lead the pitch is low taken by Crawford and not handled cleanly by may he although it's the right around the home plate area ball to media is far from Austin hedges in terms of a ball blocker Austin hedges is great at it so again with the guys trying to get Crawford out down we'll see two one is bound softly to first Myers has it and he's gonna go to bag for the put on and that's that thank you to this including a double in the inning but they do not score seventh inning stretch you're on a Sunday and I assume we're gonna have a performance of god bless America so if we do we're going to stay here and let you listen in yeah looks like we're setting up for it so here in San Diego we will turn things over the public address system welcome to U. S. marine corps lance corporal Megan brown a we sing along a few percent god bless America men RVCA yeah yeah.
"megan brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On the hill with a lefty and the righty coming right at you find a blue and bill Laskey on KNBR six eighty sports leader welcome back as we take it to the one o'clock hour Marty Lori will take you to the pre game show the five forty first pitch on Anderson against cal Quantrill at petco park giants need to keep this winning streak going seventeen and four for the month of August as we continue our show honoring women in sports and we're so happy to see Andre are calling us let's bring Andre and Andre you're part of this program today how are you how you doing we're doing great Andre you cover sports you talk about sports you're on sports shows tell us your thoughts about how you got involved in sports yeah thank you so much for this wonderful show in honoring these inspiring pioneering role models I started back in the day the nineteen seventy three you gotta believe Mets and I can relate to what you were saying that women weren't even allowed in the locker room right so did dream of being a woman in the sports world and then adding the layer of sports astrology you can imagine what when they all said that you need to sixteen in the business they're mostly all the females did and I think everybody gets tested especially in the male gender jumped into a male dominance sport they get tested by either question earning answer or you know drama for mailed by giving him a hard look world like fight is doing right now they get from other females to those pretty of strange yeah and you know Kelly just so you know the fellow Sagittarius and always been you know super helpful and supportive and we're now a fellow Virgo you can imagine is responding to my tweets and when I see you're being really helpful and organized and you know it just like we've come a long way I think what was that cigarette commercial Virginia Slims because we paid and I just you know I love the bay area so supportive and KNBR and I'm able to kind of share something a little different and unique and I think things are evolving and changing like anything else but it's so inspired to hear you know their stories and when they began and you know some of the criticism with telling for saying RB eyes instead of on the high and you know it's just really great because you know the future generations are going to have it even easier well and and there's so many young talented with females in sports now and then they work so hard at it and you know that's one things right a lot right and I love to do this once a year and we love to bring on some of our gas than just the the hard knocks that they have to go all the hurdles they run into and you think they're on TV all the glamour I have no idea how many hours of work they do and I see Kelly work every day I went on there and she works hard and she's in there two hours before pregame she's going over the producer different things and I'm the same thing with Amy G. at the ball park and not always K. Crocker a with L. P. G. A. and Laura brit with with football and we're now at the ballpark all these gas we had on today they paid their dues they sure have yeah Andrea yes you know I'm going to ask you for the lottery number and you know I'm gonna tell you my dear that astrology really doesn't do a lot of being a Leo let me know win if you don't play okay Hey Andre you know what tomorrow is don't you tomorrow is our only it's vied a blues birthday tomorrow I'm gonna I've already read my own stuff I'm good yeah let me know if you'd like you are saying your soldiers burst told reporter for cancer poured in honor of your Leo birthday your Andre I don't think so Hey you know your lottery numbers the chase Andre thanks so much for calling in today it's a great day and we'll honor you to Andre keep up the good work yes you too great show thank you guys Sandra is one of our support casts and no we we go over this we went over a little bit this day in the morning and talk about some of the different females in sports that were around today and and we go back right here I'm wondering the yeah yeah and came BR with Bonnie Jo allow Flynn Mindy Bach now is work with oracle five one Smith covers the raiders Kate Scott with pac twelve carat Burke with the with the rule warriors Andre and McConnell yeah she's on sports Kate long were stunned in Arizona Caroline burns on CBS trees of knowledge the ball park I me so many great females that have worked their tails off and then you go into the writing side Joan Ryan Susan slasher and Killian Janie McCauley and Julie Parker who I see at the ball park so much and then you start looking at a Stacy slaughter of vice president of the giants to Maria who does the the the press box and and Megan brown and there's so many more talented people at work for the giants the Niners you know you see now a college coaches like Kelly was saying now are going to be in the NBA and the benches coach and it's getting to the right point the the right area of professionalism for females you get an opportunity to fight in and ladies are on the rise yeah and we're real happy we we did this today we have some great Gaston K. cockroach from LPGA Amy good years who works for tail off of the ball park Jessica Kleinschmidt an upcoming writer and she works so much at NBC lower brit now the pre and post from the forty Niners Kelly Johnson you'll see her in pre and post for the giants and of course for now Brooks moon I mean just had a great cast of females today and we're honored to support your honor to honor you today and you know how soft tip of the hat keep going keep working hard and and you'll definitely see the outcome at the end the finish line is better and you you you can project and they'll end up being a role model for some young girl out there yesterday man and it is and and that's the stuff that we like to bring out to our our people that listen and support us so we're gonna take a quick break here and bring Marty Larry on a little try factor here we're gonna talk a little baseball but the giants and get his thoughts on trade rumors and talk a little baseball before we end the show at one so we'll be right back with more dealer this is on the hill with.
"megan brown" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"They have the name brands that you wants Emerson is one of them I know they have there SO lighting band specialists you go in there and say I need a fan for this particular room this is the size they will point you in the direction the perfect fan for you and they have all been fans for your living room your bedrooms your patio your indoor outdoor don't matter they had a fan for my parents they have this little cut out near in their home my mom's a gets hot in the kitchen it's just terrible I need a fan they this little area will cut out and they're dispel these little little blades but it works perfectly and it creates so much airframe moves the air and I only found it is some lighting they have a kind of fans that you could well you forget about the brass chain and crap like that I mean a contemporary modern once about a technologically advanced fan during the remote anymore you just going to say Alexa turn on the fan medium speed home don just like that you wanna get those great fans this is the best time of the year to buy cheapest prices go to some lighting breadwinners once allied dot com yes yes yes hi it's your morning ritual with me Gary Lewis good to be back Tennessee I am seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk I mean I have work to do I was on Long Island vacation gained about five pounds loved every bite doing it by the way can't tell really yeah really interesting my wife can tell the cold like you three months pregnant again and she's brutal training is the real bad she's she's body shaming me a double standard by the way you can do that to a wife here we go again yeah really well you can camp yes you'll be dead our anyway three things I think you lead with Russia's if I do every night house upon the beds what happens three things I think you need to know number one alley Miller told us that yeah Downey huckleberry is one five in a thirty grand and it's not nearly enough money to turn the juvenile detention facility into a housing shelter for illegal alien migrants he has a parking lot that he wants to build but in put down the cost for that I in there gonna vote on this on Monday and yet in Kirkpatrick here's in cinema Martha make Sally they're all silent second thing I think you would need to know it's about time we call Megan's brown nationalists because they're against illegal immigration that's right they want the illegal immigrants out of may because they want deported because they if they think they lose their jobs the they say these migrants take our jobs and our benefits medevac I even have I think I have a sound bites of them doing that matter of fact just give me a second yeah hang on this is what the Americans had to say yeah there you go third thing just like that he did it at that we have an accident is a make an accent right there that's exactly what that is and may he can access it from Mexico maybe I'm make may be third thing I think you need to know I'm a Brooklyn accent the third thing I think you need to know is that it's trump didn't give a crap which is what I love about him he still double down yesterday Israeli North Carolina said if they don't like you know what the big deal is you can go all the hate America so much go somewhere else many places to go many places to go in the media's all fired up that they did the sent her home chance I mean give me a freaking break you get a tribe called a racist anti semitic everything over and over and over again and there's dance okay this one all that's it this is a terrible this is why the media nobody watches anymore nobody watches knowing nobody cares about them three things at least compared with the Houston three things I think you need to know now I also have my page if you missed it a non political story even though it is kind of political for what's going on today you should go there on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio like and follow it Colorado State University has it won a white you know college is expensive and the reasons they have I mean you have it if you have AA they still have those to ask clowns are there that are part of what it did the ouch oops people exist Trevino what is their exact all I got a what is your exact title again inclusion diversity expert or something like that it's something like that yes a sister it they get paid a combined for twenty nine grand what the heck is there why am I yeah okay the does the diversity officer is that what it is yet inclusive excellence that's what a yes is it Hey suse Trevino I believe you still there he's a senior diversity officer the UV rays on that said what a whole big thing ouch groups of students offended by something in class they should say ouch and the student that's talking the did the offending statement the rows of say oops they would talk about what they just set he and some check you get paid sooner fourteen ran the tickets to under fifteen grand that's one of the reasons not going to Colorado State University well what's the matter nothing can beat you keep even right inclusive excellence that's what this guy is he is he is the vice provost reclusive excellence in senior diversity officer office for diversity and inclusive excellence reclusive excellent initial now it's not inclusive or we more like Ricky Bobby yes we urinate excellence every morning exactly excellent it's kind of weird excellent it is okay though so anyway Colorado the university they are telling their their their students they have a thing called I'm not making this up inclusive language guide created by the school's inclusive communications task force inclusive I'd like to exclude that word includes about the way they have lists of phrases and words to not use some of the words American don't you dare say American why not inclusive it's not a number can you imagine if somebody may go is like you know what we shouldn't say may he can not inclusive where's the pride where is it right come on enough is enough this is just stupid stories my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash garrulous radio don't say straight because gonna make somebody that's L. G. B. T. feel weird there they say if you say straight in applies anyone L. G. B. T. is cricket what's don't say normal implies that people are either in not normal what the hell you talking about don't say cake walk don't say war don't say starving what the hell can you say what I want to listen to what you have to say I don't care so abnormal we not we can't say anything just just you better better just look at them and be like China North Korea say what can I say and they say yes we fight finally worked with broken you said you had stories on my page America is not inclusive the word the word itself so enjoy that yeah so we have that we also let's get to this this story right here this is but this is the best this is the best I'm and maybe we need to hear from somebody that is a an American a man he can dissent where somebody that's from he cone is is here whatever is it okay to call you a brown nationalist because exactly what your no we want to I want a border wall I like trump somehow that makes me a white nationals which by the way is that racist it does make a white supremacist if you love your country it is what it is right Ryan you because of a brown nationals actually long time ago yeah before America exactly so The Washington Post and something called Reforma that's a daily newspaper may he co did a survey of the bar yeah well that's different I'm it says here in the Washington post many cans are deeply frustrated with immigrants after your pipe migration from Central America through their country more than six in ten Americans say migrants are a burden on their country because they take jobs and benefits that should belong to Americans yeah yes Wilmington's no those are those are you can hear the make an accent and the five percent majority supports deporting my green to travel through may go to reach America they're looking out for their own people isn't that brown nationalism what a what a Holocaust there they wanna bring that baby that trump right we've seen this uprising before that's what they tell us the Dallas we play Donnie Deutsche Bank earlier he warned us that it might be another Holocaust of trump gets his way and says it would be talking about I love this those findings with the washing pose for those findings defy the perception that may he co a country that is sent millions of its own migrants to the US sending billions of dollars in remittances yeah is sympathetic to the surge of central Americans it defies the perception that may echo is sympathetic know who've made by the way made that that case who actually put out there that may go the people there are sympathetic the media I never Alaina they wanted us to believe that we've only so much we played from Megan's what they actually say we don't like what's going on here member until one of the one thing they're trying to get out here so all of a sudden wash opposes surprised all my god these findings to fight the perception that many co is sympathetic it defies that I was instead the data suggests Mexicans have turned against the migrants transgender their own country expressing antipathy that would be familiar to many supporters of president trump north of the border what's you're kidding me right show up the socialist president there Lopez Obrador right agreed to work with trump sticks holding off the tens of thousands of National Guard on the southern border put them on the northern border stopping going across there he's got a seventy percent approval rating in Mexico think about that seventy percent approval rating may go trucks got seven percent approval in many go this this is really incredible stuff and you think maybe just maybe the media should sit back and say Hey wait a second the Megan's organs illegal immigrants but they don't want you to know that maybe they did an actual store like if there was a thing which it may cause like bring them on in come on in well because they be a be a big story but they don't want you to think it's okay see all the media wants you to believe immediately that everybody else to believe that you as a trump supporter in me is a trump supporter we're racists we're going to legal immigration it's because we aren't we only want white people hear something like that make America great again it means only white bring white back that's it.
"megan brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Not a ton that we're down here. Gazing at at a baseball field right now covered with the home plate area. Under tarp, the pitcher's mound under tarp and everything else. Assed a still pristine verdant beauty the left field. Berm the the do on the outfield grand. Don't forget the morning dew. Murph the morning dew on the outfield grass and probably don't forget the site of a lake of coffee spilled. I was hoping you weren't going to bring this up Holly. And I now everybody needs to know this that we have decided after thirteen years of being under caffeinated at Scottsdale stadium polish. Why don't we bring our own? Why don't we find a coffee machine in there? And see if they have what we found a coffee machine, Mr. say, you've heard of homegrown and now we're just doing home brew Homebrew. Yes. So excited to Nikon body joke and tell you we're bouncing around. We were so excited. We couldn't wait to finish dinner last week. He'd go buy went to the last night. And Gary was like how you guys doing? We're we're so we just want to finish our dinners. We can go to walk off. It's like, hey, Gary win the entrees come give us a check because we need to get out of the grotto was fantastic last night to Gary chicken parmesan came. Gary just sets Primo table. Yeah. You guys want to hide in the back. You want to sit up front little sunshine. Samsung it put me under the manning jersey jersey there I wear that. Yes. Put me under the Gary oil paint. And by the way, how about Gary just right in as he's literally tucking us into the table talking are napkin into orbit. It's gonna be a long year for you guys somewhere between sixty eight seventy two wit just breaking it down here. You can I get the Calamar not yet got cheese. So anyway, we were so excited 'cause we found a Mr. thanks to Megan Brown, the super skilled giants media relations officer she said, well, there's a there's a mister coffee machine right here. I said, paulie. Well, that's one of the best one. The heavens part is at six twenty this morning. We came to Scottsdale stadium. We loaded the Mr. coffee with water. We loaded the Mr. coffee with Dunkin donuts brew classy a class. Hebrew. I'm it's want to warn everybody. It's kind of like one of these parental advisory stickers on any given like a hip hop album or anything with the profane language worth. I feel like the content were about to delve into is going to perhaps it could catapult me until like an afternoon of drinking like just shame because I am actually feeling a lot of shame f. FW for worth go ahead. And and we're not safe. Now. There's an old phrase that guy could blank up a Cup of coffee. That's us. Okay. Because I said, let's go check on the classy broad tude to see lake now, I believe who was it. A prince had a apple dive into late Tonka lake Nicole, purify yourselves in the waters of lake Minnetonka scope, purify yourselves in the lake lake Scottsdale. Caffeine Natta there was a caffeine lake as we did not figure out how to run faster cop. No spilling completely out of the corral. It's come sides. Murph under mies underneath everywhere Powell's. Oh does. That mean? The giants aren't getting Bryce Harper. Is that might be the final? Gary's right. Sixty eight to seventy two wins long year for you guys. You know what? I mean. Do you guys you guys blanked up a Cup of coffee? So yeah, we have a caffeine lake. Thank God for Karen, Brian Sabians, long solitary longtime assistant. She saw shame. She didn't shame us. All she said. She was actually why don't they help? Yeah. Yeah. She actually brought in a Keurig on a one Cup maker. She set it up for she said, we'll just never speak of that again. No, no. I think we're better off. I said, it's the reason why Brian saving one three World Series titles. Yeah. People like Karen with him. I do I feel shamed. And I feel there's a lot of ineptitude going on here. He could be like a Cup of coffee. I did I did. Started it. I thought it was hot stuff with with the bag of Dunkin donuts. Murph watches wallet poured in Murph take a picture will be pouring it in. We did it out. I thought it'd be good for people to see like coffee class grew as we welcome. For her first visit on the Scottsdale crew, Bonnie, Jill laflin body. Joe what a way for it to start with us. Good morning. Yeah. You guys were so excited last night. Walgreens. And then look what happens this morning, I feel ashamed. It is really is. And we're in somebody else's house. Your guests were in the giants office like their, you know, their main kitchen and eating area. And here we are just mopping up coffee. Like, again, does this mean I mean, literally mopping it does this mean Bumgarner is getting traded? Look at this. It had the potential to be great moments in the water that carafe like carafe coffee was not receiving was not brand new machine a machine receiving is the key word, it what the coffee, and we put the water, and we started it. There was a there was a really scary thing, that's delay brew. And we were like couldn't get it to turn off. And then we said put the carafe in it's working. And then and it was a mess. It wasn't literally graph was going on the county instead. Yeah. And here we are. Welcome. Because that's easier. It's not usually like this. We're not usually this land. We got a lot of sleep too. We can't it very rested on what's going on. Is it don't tell jinx. It. Don't even jinx it. I know waking up throughout the night. So did I woke up once early and I'm like his time. It's not time. Well, we all were so responsible sleeping too long. Gary. And and then we all retired to rooms to watch the Oscars. Yeah, I'm glad I did. By the way, you mentioned you mentioned prince did you guys pick up on spike Lee's? What I think was like an unspoken prince tribute a weather with the purple purple kept holding that necklace around his neck, and it was simple. You're right. It was the principal. Strange timing though. I mean prince gone for a while. I would not be surprised I can't think taught my head. But I wouldn't be surprised if if spike has done it was a matter of fact, of course, do the final song of black klansman is the prince he doesn't old spiritual. I forget, which Mary don't you? Weep. I think it's Mary don't you? Weep. I just saw now figured that out. So at the very end. You couldn't make a pot of coffee. What society? The problem. I know about prints come see me, I can help you if you want if you need a Cup of coffee. I I'm afraid I can't help you anymore. Anyway. So that's it was wondering why. Alex a serious there. Looking at the tweet. Yahoo serious financial. I would say that was a relatively uneventful Oscar I didn't I've never heard of the woman who won best actress she was funny though. Yeah. Yeah. There was no host. I is that the first time ever. I think so. Kind of miss the host a little details. You know, the the occasional cheesy line aside from the Super Bowl halftime show. It is the most thankless job in showbiz crush. You're just gonna get destroyed. Even if you're great. Amy. Pardon me, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. And they were there. They did the open gets trashed when she thought. She did she bring out like pizzas forever. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Rip that she was aiming at one point two. That's no good. Shoutout to your boy. Paulie, freddie. Mercury for winning an Oscar Rami, Mike. Ironically, I thought he really I was very happy with that. 'cause I loved his performance as Freddie I thought he was really moving and he nailed it. In fact, I was watching it. I started getting a little kind of a refresher course on the flight out. I dialed up to Alaska Airlines, offering bohemian rhapsody under emceed entertainment, the Kent level. Yeah. He was really good was happy for him. And I liked his speech. And I was happy Spike Lee. At least got something. Finally, I was a little miffed. You didn't. I just thought it was easier to get me to listen. This was a year. I'd saw very few of them. But I had the buzz was that Vigo Mortenson was gonna win best actor. So I was a little surprised that Romney Malik one. I mean, he listen news. Five was good. I'm not gonna I'm not doing as many Cartwheel's is everybody else over it by. Oh, picture weird buyer picture weird and the teeth. I couldn't get past the we say that we're four extra incisors. And I it was good though. No question. I'm not ripping. I'm not hating at all. But the point being it was relatively uneventful and green book wins best Oscar and my Twitter times, mostly excellent. My Twitter timeline was like same with mine. Everyone said no anti climatic. That's how I thought. Yeah. So areas the great Erwin Harris's into. All right. Well, listen your personal.