20 Burst results for "Mr Brian"
Debating the Ahmaud Arbery case
"Equa mercy. Join his acklin great to see you. Did He. How dare you? How dare you? This is my house and you're wearing yenkey stuff. Scion unapologetically hello. All right well I just hope that during our debate I do better than the mets do against the Yankees that's. Hoping all right, let. This is what we're GONNA to talk about is the video. The video and the Aubrey case is an amazing piece of evidence. For the prosecution against the McMichael's because you see everything they do. Those are the two guys with the guns in the pickup, one of whom shoots and kills armory. But I think unfortunately. It's a great piece of evidence for the man who is recording that video. Roddy Brian Acklin you do not agree with me. Do not you are wrong. You're wrong. All right I'M GONNA go first, and it starts here and I say unfortunately and I want to preface that folks I'm not making an argument for Roddy. Brian what I'm telling you is what's going to happen and unfortunately this is a great piece of evidence for Roddy, Brian, this video and it comes down to the arguments that Kevin Goth is attorney. Make look at the facts surrounding the video, the only person on the face of the earth who knows this video is being made and being recorded at the time. It's being made in recorded. Is Roddy Brian Okay. He's the only one that knows. That this video exists. He's the only person on earth okay. So, if in fact, prosecutors are going to argue that these three men are working as a lynch mob. Are they going to argue that Roddy Brian's job as part of this lynch mob is to Corral And make sure that you record the lynching, so we can memorialize all of this. And don't forget how everyone finds out about the recording. Roddy Brian at the scene. Invites police into his truck to view the video, so police show up there. Just investing you try to figure out what happens and Ronnie Brian. Tells Police. Listen I got I've got it on video. I, recorded it. Please take a look at it. Shows it to them right then and there. So. Again. Unfortunately, the argument that Kevin Goth can make is lazy. Let's go inside the body Brian. What's his intent? Here was his intent to lynch. Ahmad Aubrey. If so, why would he record a crime? And then why? When police show up the first thing he would do is hand over to police the evidence of the crime that he committed. This goes one hundred percent into the mindset of Roddy Brian and this is a strong argument that Kevin Goth can make to a jury. that. Why on earth would someone record their own crime and then the first thing they do when police show up? Is hand the piece of evidence over to them. ACKLIN. Arguing was very compelling in sense. It's you can tell that you're not racist. By the argument that you provided because we did not include the racist element. Ronnie, Brian in the Michael's were racist, and they were on age racist Tirade. That is why they went around. That is why they have video. As you can see back in the day when they did lynchings in wasn't prided, they had videos. They need pictures of it because they were excited about what they did. We are in a world in which we have Presidential rallies in which races tirades are invited so to to be to say that Haiti's men weren't in building would be wrong. They were in bolted with regards to the back surrounding the video. Let's talk about it the fact surrounding videos. Let's talk about the video. When he was I invited. It was no audio I. Don't know I have that function in my recording in the sense in which I can record a thin ideo in not on your. You know who had the. Mr Brian. We didn't hear the shock in the basement of something that somebody about to die. Why because that million participating in now? He missed a whole big piece of evidence in that pieces of Ahmad. Berry was found on missed the giants car. Pieces that means that evidence of Mr Bridge that means that he hit. The armory with his car to prevent him for movie. To say that he was unarmed is wrong. Mr Robin Mister Bryant had the biggest weapon it at the time. Which is the whole vehicle? Truck with a whole trump down at he did his way, even had that man was cool hand Luke because he was watching a murder, and nobody asked for the audio initially because he was a murder. You know who that the cops you had racist cops come to a racist situation. Leave. The racism states okay hit him with the high side and let him live for three months. Months without any interruption to say that Mister. Bryant wasn't guilty is a farce. He was very much guilty at an end for three months. They watched a video and immig miles. What because they were able to stop? Being friends after Arboretum was shot and killed, they were still friends. They still had the video. They watched it so much, so daddy opened the door to sexual crimes. The this, this case should shock the conscience because the levels of racism in this case is unreasonable, we act three different prosecutors. This prosecutor who saw this in didn't think that this was a murder. We had officers at the scene saw this. In, dot, this which justify so the the Glenn Races. When the most important that evidence of our very being on righties car was still on his car. Three months acted incident and nearly care to wash off so. That that is that the video helps Brian. Totally doesn't work acting that. You didn't plinking most so. The prosecutors are going to argue. That Roddy Brian. Was Racist which they can. Was In cahoots and knew the police would not charge him, which is why he shared the video with police, and knew the process and shared it with the prosecutor because he knew the prosecutor would never charge them, is that do you think that is? An argument that is going to fly with the again. This I'm saying. These are all unfortunate facts for prosecutors in this case, and the prosecutors are going to have to prosecute. Roddy Brian. The McMichael's the local Glenn County Police and the prosecutor's office all in the same trial in order for that theory of yours to to not help. Roddy Brian? Welcome welcome to the practicing law. The South the levels of racism is so appeared like many I. I have to think of Armagh. Arbitrary. That I may get I get that I. Get that, but here's my point. My point is this makes that video the fact that he shoots video and there's more obstacles now. Prosecutors unfortunately again that and to me the obstacle is not only do I have to prosecute these three men. I've got to prosecute the local police and I've got to prosecute the local prosecutor and guess what I'm probably going to have to do it in Glynn County. Georgia. That makes the case more difficult. It's like it's like A. It's like a harper. Literally, but this is what in is in the south? We Wanna say that we come. We've come so far, but that's what it is, and that's how that's how big it is. That's how big it is I think we're agreeing here Hear me out here me out on my theory and why we're agreeing okay, because we're. We're making to arguments that are. not necessarily in conflict everything you're saying. I'm I'm agreeing with. Right. I, just have to get you to agree with the fact that the case is a little bit harder against Roddy Brian with him shooting that video and handing it to police, because now prosecutors have to take on the police and the prosecutors right so. Can we agree on that yes? Yes, all right all right I think we solved it. I think we did. This is a big moment, but I will not ever. Ever cheer for the Yankees. Especially when they play my mets, that will never happen, but I think we can agree here. To a certain extent that the there's going to be some obstacles here, but I think what you have shown me. And made me realize how you look at the case. You know I look at the case a certain way, but I have to get a different mentality onto to to get to that next level. So? Wow Acklin, always great having you on the show for having go Yankees got. That will be her last time on the show by the way. Either that or we can edit that out next time. We'll just bleep it out. Right Acklin mercy, incredible criminal defense attorney. In Georgia knows Georgia law. Insider knows Georgia juries, which is the most important part of of trying to case when we come back. I WANNA, talk about hate crimes, because at the time of the Amman archery shooting there was no hate crime. Law in Georgia and people were. Besides themselves coast to coast. When you come back I'm going to explain to you why it's really not a big deal. Especially in this case, number one and number two. Hate crimes. Are Way too over height by the media.
"mr brian" Discussed on X96
"See the usual gang of misfits and dope addicts are here the venture it is inexcusable that that song ends on a fade yeah yeah your I. buggery under percent should have a big finish and kalon drums V. you ever have occasion to to the jump and or whale no but I've just I've done occasion no I don't think you have to have there are those in the audience who who thought he was saying drunk drive in that way that's a good point I'm drunk driving is down so much now another good news of the curly to think that that song because on this day Mr Brian Setzer and that was him and his orchestra that was the Brian Setzer orchestra and not break acts not stray cats yeah you're at the event really should have ended on a big all of those big band song should never faded and I have a couple of Glenn Miller like albums and things like that my collection and none of them fade none of the songs fade they add yeah I love you know I love that the Glenn Miller orchestra song Pennsylvania five six five thousand and there are actual lyrics they just periodically throughout the song but members of the work of the band the Glenn Miller band go Pennsylvania six five thousand no way in I don't know what it means exactly very snappy seven address phone numbers and I think it is a phone number hi hi good morning top of my head cut off this morning to move your camera around well yeah I'm yes that will hold up her fruit pie the magician though you can't I know him off I know that featured player and he's not.
"mr brian" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"If you have kiddos running around the house or for that matter husband with a penchant for junk food looking at your direction there Mr Brian Basham. Then you've probably had to deal with this junk food. Residue wiped on the front of shirts wiped on the back of pans. And don't even get me started on the couch cushions. The question is what do you call that orange streaky scourge. Because you can't solve a problem that you can't name well now we can name it the proper term for that dusty the junk food byproduct is apparently cheadle. That's what we're now to call cheetos dust. It's official the snack maker. frito lay put out a press. Release this week announcing the term okay. So now that it's official for the style book cheadle then is both singular and plural. You don't have cheetos dust so guess get singular dust. You know maybe it will even become verb. It's funny cheetos. And the resulting cheadle made their debut in nineteen forty eight but since that time apparently people have really been wondering what to call the Cheetos dust. I'm not sure why in my house we just call it. Who did this? It's the the world and everything in it Today is Friday January seventeenth. Good morning this is the world and everything in it. It from a listener supported radio. Megan Basham and I'm Nick Eicher. You know there are only two kinds of people in.
"mr brian" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"I didn't yell this time. I did yellow this time because I'm sitting across from a man who is currently setting the Guinness Book of world records for podcasting in a day. Promoting his new show on Netflix. Stand up and away for episodes debut in Christmas Eve, ladies and gentlemen. One of the greatest comedians episode about life. Please welcome Mr Brian Regan. Bill. How are you man? I'm excellent. How are you doing? You. Look like, you're already to glaze over here on the whole media tour. Right. Did they did you do some morning TV? Did you do have that crash on morning TV? I'm not comfortable with those morning shows. I tend to love doing these with other comedian. Okay. Good good. You know, when it's when it's not another comedian. It's I'm I am so horrible. Find your funny, Brian boy, it's what can people expect from your show that the MO like if I'm doing a phone interview like a radio phone radio? And every word was soon as they say, what can people expect people for people who aren't familiar with you? What can they expect from your show? I know right away. They're not familiar the personality the question. Yes. And I just wanna hang up like I just want you to be over at that moment is your show going to be the same thing. I just watched on television. Yeah. That's another one. Did you write any new materials? Now the exact same shit. See after I finally got a special. I then wanted to ruin it by boring people by doing the exact same stuff Brian in this. I'm going to ask you all hockey questions in this current comedy climate. How do you find the altitude until fly at with your current presentation of satire? Fucking crazy. It's a it's a it's an insane world..
"mr brian" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Weekend roundup. I'm Bill Rakoff on this week's forty-eight hours. The story of Dan ROY Henry a pace university football player shot dead by a police officer outside of a bar in Pleasantville New York in two thousand ten officer Aaron has was cleared of criminal wrongdoing. His lawyer Brian suckle off I'd like somebody to tell me what other alternative Aaron has had on the hood of a moving vehicle other than trying to save his own life or closing his eyes and saying his prayers, but the Henry family has spent seven years searching for answers, we're not gonna anti police. We're just trying to understand what the facts tell us was justified shooting or was it not just because of it wasn't. It was murder. We're joined by CBS news special correspondent, James Brown. Talking about this edition of forty eight hours coming up, and it's another case that goes back several years where it's a questionable shooting and both sides feel like. They have questions or grievances unanswered here. That is always the case in any of these police involved shootings for sure and just as you, and I were talking before we actually came on air one needs to sit back and review and judge fairly the circumstances involved here, but let me be clear that the Henry family made it clear from the start that they were not trying to or in any way. Overtly or covertly played the race card. They were in pursuit of the truth of what happened because they made it clear that what their son was accused of doing was so far outside of his character by all accounts, not just by the family's account. But neighbors in the neighborhood. On the college campus where he was a scholar athlete across the campus. Everyone had the same things to say about him young man of character and integrity and a family of faith. So it's a very heart wrenching story that I think viewers will feel bad palpably when they see the the show tomorrow night and on the other hand, you have the lawyer for the police officer who says simply this man had a right to defend himself. He felt threatened and he took action and he's he's within his purview. Both attorneys representing the family and the police officer have excellent reputations. In clearly, Mr Brian suckle off the attorney for officer Aaron has made a very compelling case strictly from the legal perspective in terms of the decision that his client had to make an a split second. You'll see in the piece, however, one of the bigger questions that really wasn't answered as well was dead. Officer has have another decision that he could have made which was to get out of the path of an oncoming car that officer has says was one that was traveling high rate of speed, you know, why put yourself in that position as opposed to removing yourself from it. But his lawyer argues that very strongly indicated that he had no choice given a split-second decision that he had to make end that he was hit by the car officer has which propelled him on top of the hood defending DJ, a forty eight hours special with special correspondent James Brown. Watch this weekend on CBS and listen anytime to podcasts on radio dot com. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Thanks for joining us. A California businessman has opened his heart and his wallet to high school students and teachers after the campfire disaster that devastated the town of paradise real estate developer. Bob Wilson who's ninety years old gave students and staff at paradise high one thousand dollars each in a donation, totaling more than one million dollars. Here's CBS's, Jamie. UK? Smiles have been hard to come by for these paradise high school students ever since suffering through the most devastating wildfire in.
Danroy Henry's fatal police shooting featured on CBS' '48 Hours'
"By the family's account. But neighbors in the neighborhood on the college campus, where he was a scholar athlete across the campus. Everyone had the same things to say about him, a young man of character and integrity. And a family of faith. So it's very heart wrenching story that I think viewers will feel that palpably when they see the the show tomorrow night and on the other hand, you have the lawyer for the police officer who says simply this man had a right to defend himself. He felt threatened and he took action and he's he's within his purview. Both attorneys representing the family and the police officer have excellent reputations. And clearly, Mr Brian suckle off the attorney for officer. Aaron Hess made a very compelling case strictly from the legal perspective in terms of the decision that his client had to make an a split second. You'll see in the piece, however, one of the bigger questions that really wasn't answered as well was did officer has have another decision that he could have made which was to get out of the path of an oncoming car that officer has says was one that was trash. At a high rate of speed. You know, why put yourself in that position as opposed to removing yourself from it? But his lawyer argues that very strongly indicating that he had no choice given a split-second decision that he had to make end that he was hit by the car officer has which propelled him on top of the hood defending DJ, a forty eight hours special with special correspondent James Brown. Watch this weekend on CBS and listen anytime to podcasts on radio dot com. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Thanks for joining us. A California businessman has opened his heart and his wallet to high school students and teachers after the campfire disaster the devastated the town of paradise real estate developer. Bob Wilson is ninety years old gave students and staff at paradise high one thousand dollars each and a donation totaling more than one million dollars. Here's CBS's, Jamie Yuccas. Smiles have
Ex-USA Gymnastics head pleads not guilty to tampering count
"X Michigan state police trooper accused in the ATV death of a Detroit teenager as WW J city beat reporter. Vicki Thomas reports they'll get together for a second day tomorrow. In his closing arguments. Mark best nurse defense. Attorney Richard conver- Tino played dash Cam video of the incident for jurors noting that the X trooper fifteen year old Dimond. Grimes tried to reach for a gun at one point the car. With the troll heart comes alongside Mr Brian slowdown control car bathing. The embassy. No weapon was ever found assistant. Prosecutor Matthew penny pointing jurors to
"mr brian" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Big show for YouTube day longest show for you today. The hour we will have Republican nominee for governor. Mr Brian Kemp on the line. Also took like our going to have David Rudolph from the net flicks documentary the staircase about criminal Justice reform, also top of the three o'clock hour. How pastor David Alexander from the oxygen show pastors of Detroit three thirty. We'll have a conservative radio talk show host Mr. gene bear deli from behind enemy lines radio. So yes, we have a big huge massive show for you wanna make sure you're guilty to try calling four or four eight nine two two seven zero three gets involved in the conversation. But we gotta start with the big news yesterday in a fifty to forty eight vote supreme court Justice minister Brent Kevin I will confirm for the United States Supreme court this white allegations of inappropriate sexual activity such will salt slept and somebody will penis gang rape, all sorts of other things he was confirmed, and the reason that he was confirmed in large part is because democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia crossed over and support Cavanaugh voted. Yes on it. A Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski from Alaska voted, no. But it is my belief that if mansion had also voted no, which would have pushed it to a forty nine forty nine tie. That would have been the tiebreaker would have been Mike Pence in the Senate. But a man today voted, no, I do anticipate that either Collins or flake or thefts would have voted. No, also, which would have ended the nomination. It is defective. Democrats cannot hold together their base. The fact that Democrats cannot hold together their caucus was give me zero confidence in them going forward to take on the important issues affecting our communities. People always say, well, you have to vote for the democratic and the democrat cares about you, bud, blah, blah, blah, blah, but they don't have the strength to hold together their caucus and not have a defection in a situation where you have public opinion firmly against the nominee where you've had two weeks of nothing negative press towards the nominee, and the Democrats still can't hold together their base the same thing happened on healthcare in two thousand ten remember the ObamaCare that we ultimately got out was very similar to Romney care, which is just give way to insurance companies not anything to actually helps individuals and provides insurance cover it provides Bill, it provides you the need that you have to pay for health insurance, whether you can afford it or not, and then there's complicated subsidies, and so on and so forth. The reason they had to do that was they couldn't hold together to democratic caucus for single payer. They couldn't even hold together democratic caucus for a government option every single payer government option. This white having majorities in the house and the Senate and the White House and a progressive leaning supreme court, they couldn't even do it. Then so explain to me why was supposed to put all my eggs in one basket world to without thought. Our question support the Democratic Party when in on big issues on the big fights on the generational issues. They can't hold their caucus together. So once you get down to the needs of African Americans in minority communities. How am I supposed to believe in have faith that they're going to hold their caucus together? When it comes to criminal Justice reform when it comes to reparations when it comes to ending gentrification infrastructure programs to help the community economic development. How can I put all my eggs in the basket? The Democrats when they shown us nothing to indicate they have the ability to do so. Results matter your ability to execute something matters your ability to take your project from beginning to end and keep your team as one matters in neither Chuck Schumer or Harry Reid before him has shown the ability to do. So the democrat party the party of a big tipped know, the idea that we bring in all these disparate people and disparate ideas together to make the the caucus. But what that you have to have some underlying principles to hold people together and don't simply allow them to be Democrats in name only. So you have someone like mansion. And let's understand his defection was only one. But frankly, if it wasn't for the last two weeks of negative publicity against Cavanaugh, we probably had it would have had as many as five defections means five individuals Claire mccaskill tester and others, Heidi Heitkamp. So on and so forth. Who would have simply voted. Yes. On cavanaugh. If it wasn't for the last two weeks of bad publicity. So the idea that we're supposed to without question support without any sort of. Vary from that path support the Democrats when shown delayed can't even support themselves puts us in a bad import situation because by doing so it means that we are depending on somebody who was fundamentally unreliable and fundamentally has shown no ability to hold the line when it comes to important events. Uh-huh. Y'all can be no right there lockstep out support. Everything do y'all. We'll see when when the rubber hits the road when you have that acid test. They won't be able to take your agenda across the finish line. This is what ruined the Obama administration the Obama era as it is. Because even if he had the best and most high minded ideals for what he wanted his administration. Do he showed no ability to execute them? And we blame Mitch McConnell, and we blame the Republicans, and we blame the tea party and the conservatives in the birther and everyone else, but the real problem was they were unable to hold together the democratic caucus to support many of those ideas. Why didn't we get criminal Justice reform done eight years ago? Why didn't we get decriminalization retroactive resentencing for drug related offenses? Why didn't we get an African American on the supreme court? I know y'all. Merrick garland and everything. But I would have rather things will praying court Justice Kamala, then supreme court Justice, Merrick. And the reason was because the democratic caucus would not come together around that agenda. Therefore, it moderated it they had this idea. Well, maybe if we're not so democratic maybe we're not so progressive, then the, you know, the rest belt in the red state voters and so on and so forth will vote for us. Not not going to happen. Never happened. Then you go confronted with an entity such as Trump was comes in and says, I'm doing exactly what the hell. I want to do how I wanna do when I wanna do aware. I wanna do it. Now. Okay. How many women come forward and say, whatever they're all liars all of them, they misremembered. They don't know the two foolish and Trump gets what he wants. So on the one hand, you have the Democrats and the Obama method of well, maybe we can find a way to make people love us from. Kavulich man, not you get what you get. How you get it where you get it. When you get it. How you want it? And that's why I was going to be Trump is targeted to that ankle. My uncle Tom com. Home drank a little bit. But everything going to be exactly how he wants it. And sometimes the nation would rather have a drunk Oncle. Then someone like Obama who's going to a whole lot of talking and not get a lot done at the end. Only what you guys have to say about a call in four four eight nine two two seven zero three news and talk.
"mr brian" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Pat waters who helped set that up with with Mr Brian Dawkins. We appreciate that, Pat. I'm still waiting on my head to man. Pekka hat or Pat. Right. Sandy. He does the signature does dog signature hats. Yeah. Oh, the how the dark hair we talked about it at the hall of fame. You still waiting on it? Listen. Box to the state. Brian dog is that right? Yeah. Getting the neck role. The seven and three quarters. Yes. Oh, is that really? That's a head for you. Right there. Seven and a half. I thought I have a relatively large head. Seventy three course, Dan. Who's who's the biggest? Hey you ever played with our man, relegate and a half or. Yeah. Diffuse to helmets together. Guys, man. Bill johnson. You probably don't remember Bill Johnson defensive tackle Bill had to be over an eight divas divas early Andy lane Ray. Yeah. Yeah. Yup. And then we had a guy. Named Lodhi politely. Absolutely and live seventy seven see the scar. On my nose from Lonnie Paulius in practice. Yeah. Nine hundred seven I tried to you know, try to get him. Put all my to my all my twenty-five it to his three hundred pounds and hit that head. Yeah. Next star a little bit of blood blood. Hitting that part of the knows you're spewing at squirts blood. I it was the the John Ritchie the John. Wow. So for whatever reason what I remember from Lonnie is was it a pick six or something him trying to chase somebody down for touchdown. And he just he wasn't the most athletic guy on the field. Watanabe surprised that you remember loudini Bolelli? Do your memory is pretty good. It's it's spotty at best these days. I think the most interesting thing, I did obviously we'd great eagles conversation. And we'd bunch of good guests today. But I'd say the most interesting non eagles topic of the day was Howard Eskin going on with with the morning show this morning and saying the following why don't believe they are safe. Based on the fact that I think John Middleton has some patience and love cleantech then made the decision for Kappler. But how can they be safe with where this team just absolutely fell apart? I mean, it's amazing that they can fall apart this much. And here's the worst thing that you can say in sports as the team wit. Their manager. I don't see quit. I don't see a lot of urgency. Yeah. Effort, I was just back there in the evening show meeting rogue. Yeah. Yeah. They're already going at it. We got Joji. Jackie pokes. And Howard Howard is here, and he was talking about contacting Kappler. So they'll be they'll be on Howard zone tonight. Yes. He's on. Already going at it back there. Why? I mean at this point, even even even Jackie puppet is wavering. Being like, oh my God. He's not feel too. Good about things right now. Think he led Joe Gino with Gabe? No, no strong for Joji strong about right now. I think Joji is going down with the ship. Is he going out the shipping? So you know, I'll do that. You don't do that man warrior? As I'm out. I'm not waiting. I'll let the women and children get off. You don't think he's going to be? Yeah. But I I don't I don't disagree with what Howard said where if you're the owner or I don't know what Andy macphail does down there on on on a daily basis. I don't I don't know how plug to you. I don't know if he's aligning himself with ownership or what he's saying about things. But how could you not be? How could you not be disappointed about this? Right. I mean, how could you not be disappointed at some point? It's not outrageous to think that they were going to run out of gas. And they just didn't have enough town because they didn't see that's the way. I look at it. I don't know how you can fire a guy less. The players are saying they don't wanna play for him. And I don't if I'm looking at guys that are going to be here the air Knowle's, the res Hoskins, those are the only two that I would be. I mean, Jake Arrieta. Carlos santana. Hello Carlos Santana ought to be vouching for Gabe Kaplan as much as he stuck with Carlos Santana. Plus, the other thing it just depends like I don't think the players unless we don't know something is going on down in the clubhouse house think they revolt right? Like, I don't think the players are. So why would you get rid of a manager who really exceeded expectations? He didn't fail to meet expectations. Am I? He is.
"mr brian" Discussed on Bang the Book
"Vegas occupied Mr Brian blessing, right? How's it going today? Man. Here we go again, but how you doing. I'm doing well. It has been a very interesting summer to say the least and obviously your summer cut even a little bit shorter with the run that the Vegas Golden Knights went on a, how's your summer? Go man, everything good. What you nailed it. When you know someone plays for the final for the Cup, then they go into June. If you cut your you think about this? I mean, it it annihilated my summer, which is all well and good. But you think of, you know, these teams like penguins and lack hawks when they had their runs when you're playing deacons and June all the time. From that day comes when man you to sit a wall because these other teams have been in April. Yeah. And I think what's what's I don't wanna call funny because obviously it was unfortunate for you, but correct me if I'm wrong, you actually had a vacation booked and then all the sudden Vegas wound up going to the Cup finals. Correct? Yeah. I found a way to do a little wiggle and tossed me a couple of bucks. I went and flew back and went to. Oh yeah. We had a cottage at the beach where and. And, but you know, it was. It was pretty interesting. Nonetheless. It was a magical run here. We was really suffered steak tackler and it's coming fast. Believe me. I mean, training camp will be opening about five, six weeks. Well, speaking of training camps here in the NFL started, there's a couple of weeks ago and I know the preseason technically began last Thursday with the hall of fame game, but I don't really consider that to sort of the preseason. I consider this the start of the preseason tomorrow week. One begins WADA games on Thursday night couple on Friday, a couple more on Saturday. So very busy time here for all these teams is they're trying to figure out what they've got from a depth standpoint. And that's the hard part here about betting week. One of the preseason is that once you get to the second half and these lines in these games in these final scores are actually being decided a lot of rookies a lot of second year players guys that are fighting for jobs may make the practice squad may get cut. So the starting point here, Brian, what are you looking. The NFL preseason when it comes to betting on those lines? Well, what I would say to the players out there, it's a buyer. Beware thing here in this preseason and I'll I'll just they say that they like kind of bitter, but with the reason and take it as a learning pill. And that was the hall of fame game. I was on Baltimore and we don't John harp. Awesome. Four, no three. And the last four years and the thing sell perfectly where they had. I think it was a seventeen nine lead laying two to two and a half. And then Lamar Jackson came in and you're like, well, Lamar Jackson running around making plays and against. You know, literally the bottom tier of the roster against the bears of this should be all well and good, and that's exactly what happened now. He's through a bad kick. Then ended up leading to some bears points, but that game there were four calls in that game, but ultimately. In that game of the points that were scored the cover the game, a direct result of a horrible call. And we're the early stages here of preseason football and this new helmet rule. Adam is a big thing. Listen, this thing goes a hundred miles an hour, and you guys are going good hits shoulder pads to the gut, and it's a big physical hit and they throw the flag because the guy lead in their estimation with an helmet, but the guy hit him with the solar. I think this is going to be an issue this entire season. Now they may back off it and they try to send a message in pre season then don't call it so much in the regular season the on telling you there was a horrible call against the bears that actually was offering a touchdown for.
"mr brian" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"I knew after eating fish stuff, I knew Jessica Jones was going to be good. But you wrote that Mr Brian, Michael Benda's actually contact you self. Yeah, it was awesome. I got this DM from him. He was like, can I call you? I was like, yes, it was amazing. And yeah, it was. It was well before he was. I mean, I don't know his personal like what he was planning, but it was well before he hid said he was leaving. And you know, it's a really big deal. I mean, not only spine Beykal Benda's. One of my favorites cre- comics creators than he sort of comics. God certainly compared to where I am and Jessica Jones. One of my favorite. Actors alias was a book that was pivotal in bringing me back to comics after a long hiatus from them. Ironically, when I went to college to study Connex, I stopped buying them which is bizarre but the, but it was also a big deal because you know, no, nobody. But Brian has ever written her in her own series. You know, I mean, she's obviously been written by other writers. You know, when she pops up in other things than you know in adventures or something. I'm sure some women who have gotten to too directory little bit, but some in her own book it's only ever been Brian and in, and therefore it's sort of never been a woman and that was a lot. That was a lot of pressure. You know, to live up to what Brian might hope expect in handing that off. And also in what could I say with the hairdryer? What can I bring to the character? What could I. Do that was going to be totally respectful and feel accurate to what he had done, but also sort of cargo path and didn't try to be derivative. You know, a really big challenge. You know, it's funny. I was talking about voice on Twitter, the other day relating to some other things than like, how sometimes the I understand why readers get frustrated in one, say we'll that's not the right voice that character and that I understand where they come from with that. And I've certainly felt that myself, but as a writer in general, real problem with saying that that's wrong because while there are certainly bad on research examples out there, there's also plenty of stuck where she was like Ma-maybe that person doesn't see the character the same way you do and and there's also a lot of really great examples out there of someone seeing the hair. Ter- differently, an ending up making a an incredible volition for a character. I think Clint Barton Hawkeye with not fraction is a great example. I would say. Cross back in the day when they sort of started to slow her as more than just a villain. So, but even having that conversation, I believe all those things, I would say a character that that doesn't apply to very much is just cajones because she had a really singular voice, you know, and she's more than more than you usually see in a character that's been around for nearly twenty years. And in some ways, that's great for me because it makes my job easier to to go in and still what it is that makes her tick and to read all the significant parts of her run, which can be very difficult when you're talking about characters with forty years of history, like a million comics compete really daunting. What would just in some ways that's easier, but it didn't take the pressure off to get it right. It made it. It made it all the more important, but I'm not bungle it. So it was pretty stressful. Fortunately, I had really good partners in crime. Alana was fantastic. My editor Alana Smith and as every. Discovering Mattia is incredible. He's a sort of super rising star and as pages have been coming in as been working on this Alana's like I basically have to like cover him and kick other editors away from us so that we can because everyone wants now. But I'm no, I think you you really succeeded with Jessica Jones because I could see your style in there, especially from like reading the Kate Bishop stopped, but I, it didn't occur to me that the character you know, did it had like the wrong voice? I'm like oak, yes, this is the same character. We've been reading since day one and it was great than are you probably enjoy that..
"mr brian" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Mr brian is in kona hawaii today and that's where we reached him mr brian how are you an errand doing significantly better today than yesterday a little aren't yesterday especially afterwards but we're doing today what kind of injuries did you have we had some real minor ones some scrapes and some cuts on our legs from where the debris hit us and then i have a burn on my ankle erin got some inter i but all relatively minor compared some of the other people can you take us back to yesterday what was it like on the on the boat before the explosion happened it would actually really nice the the crew was amazing the captain you know met us right as we were going in and they also polite and then the right out there was amazing it was all you could see the wall on one side and it was still they're still a ton of stars out very very beautiful if you tell people to the tour was amazing until it wasn't why did you want to do a tour like this where to worried that it might be dangerous no honestly it's just one of those bucket listings for me i always wanted to see lava flowing and this tore had been going on for decades i wanna say they've been they've been around for two decades they've done it over and over you just kind of expected to be safe even though you know you're going to see volcano and obviously was not a safe as i had planned okay let let's get into what happened in that moment as you say everything was going really well it was beautiful you were looking around and then what happened so we started looking at some volcano shoot from mama shooting from the water and we started kind of backtracking going back and forth so everyone get pictures of it was so pretty and then as we're looking at another explosion happened that wasn't the explosion we're looking at it was so much closer and you can see it in the video how close that ended up being and it just it just hit us you have like a half a second to to do something what did it feel like in that moment honestly the first thing i thought was to protect aaron but i remember the baba as it as it gets shot out at cooled pre quick i remember hitting me in the back end just thinking like i'm about to feel the burn and it just doesn't come it's cool the little pieces cool so just felt so warm on my back and you're just getting pelted with it you know that most coming moore's coming how long did it go on for no longer than fifteen seconds i bet that felt a lot longer though it felt like an hour and what were you seeing around you at that point what we're other people doing it's really hard to see so the smoke actually covered the boat so is it was so dark when it was happening like midnight dark with no stars and we're just trying not to step on people like not step on anyone underneath you and get to the other side of the boat but there's no safe spot so even the other people cramming up against the wall hoping what were you able to see one till all about dark smoke cleared away what was the scene everyone's like huddled together and people were crying there was a girl on the ground that broken femur and then you look to the side of the boat that we were just at and there was that whole in that route that everyone the picture of and a piece of the rock is probably like foot diameter and still like blowing red hot and it was just laying voted the roof and landed in the boat was burning the boat i wasn't burning the boat but it was i mean it was very hot to touch when the captain tried to he could actually touch it they had to get with a link to you talked about the the picture that you right we've all seen that roof what would have happened if the roof wasn't there we'd talked like there was so much debris in that route that isn't in that picture like against all of this we probably would be if every that that is a frightening thing.
"mr brian" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Also you can follow us on twitter facebook keyword is what home talk usa that's all your social media outlets also we invite you to check out our home hardware store the handy city the handy city dot com all right let's begin this hour with a good friend of the shows he is he is with a company called bon products we're gonna be talking about do it yourself by binding carpet material you can get some nice rugs and so great to have him back great technology and nonstandard mr brian is on the line right now hey mr brian how're you doing done my great state of pennsylvania out in the philadelphia area out there that's right what well we have a new audience new affiliates joining us right now and it might not be familiar with bonn products you just give us a little background of your company and a little bit of the history and your company has evolved over the years and maybe getting tickets from the beginning to where you're at right now well bond was started by my great uncle in nineteen forty seven so we're all celebrating our seventy first year in business family owned and operated business we started out as basically a narrow fabric jobber bond there fabrics was our original name we've got in through the power industry and a lot of the industrial laundries and anything textile related and eventually we got into the early eighties into the carpet binding and carpet binding equipment and that's led us to where we are today featuring and not only the state of the art equipment that we we offer to make customary rugs and to them and surge them infringe them but we also of course carry now a do it yourself product called insta bind that's a do.
"mr brian" Discussed on Bang the Book
"I don't want to waste any more time bring on today's first guess that is mr brian blessing host of sports work radio and big sake outline run i was going today meant 'cause yatom how you do but creed well crazy day yesterday with the trade that like i was wild it really was very crazy day yesterday the trade deadline for sure and that crazy mourning here for us uh things not working on our traditional bangor brady a walk talk radio channels so switching over to my private wanted to get this segment done so the little bit of a shorter segment with brian because of some of those technical issues here this morning but brian i think the biggest story the trade deadline is actually a deal that was not made eric carlson stays with ottawa i'm sure he'll get traded over the summer you surprised they couldn't find a deal worked out for them we'll be 30 years um but in from people that are for pretty trustworthy in terms of reporting of vegas was actually was the deep in the with uh the the discussions with ottawa and dorian three they got together and uh it didn't come to pass the i guess the author was going to be vegas was probably gonna put six pieces out there on my best guess would be it would have included shape theodore two of the first of three firstround draft picks they had last year probably a couple more ones um and it didn't come to pass and then at the web second vegas ended up with tomas qatar and they gave up a first or second and third perked atari he's advice player but that's a real juicy price they paid for him uh uh i wonder if a wet second if all when senate help decrease feet to the flame a little bit but you know the vegas was.
"mr brian" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Rob so all gosh shannon's a man might dream of having to wise within who also have two to jobs bosses too bosses okay tell us is that's a good the number three answer i'm scared said on like this said not a fan of it she with mr brian know about to get married but number three is divorces not a at a figured alimony pay ross today i was thinking that zulia that's good is done on the board horrors eta's cars of fifty percent of people get married divorced that's what the number number five was mouths to feed okay so you're divorced you're still feeding them no no no that that assuming you're at that freed up your service how can divorces the on the board with mouths to feed also on the is a very old questioned as if a woman cannot feed herself without the man i know but it one roman that bestowed in 2016 saw wowo pakistan get no it did had richard toss dawson eric student there yeah while he was tone kids in the what could tested he was he was unbelievable it was kiss right in front of their husbands there was no hr department back in the seventy though as how did that go on i used to see him as to i like what and it gives every woman on the on the panel encounter lilley grab her hand have you met my friend bub crane oh god yes hogan zeros.
"mr brian" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Remember this it's never too early to spike your eggnog theses that knbr morning show had sitting in for murphy back it's hoffer in france in on knbr 6'8 v sports leader of gloria 161 home runs to beat the rave he swag that there goes number seventeen leftcenter field our way out of here roy series in the bay area ever long gory out the newest face of the san francisco giants very excited to talk to our next guest e v p of baseball operations for your san francisco giants mr brian sapien setting time aside for us here on cambior succeed he bragged morning sir how are you good morning yet congratulations on the trip i liked this trade a lot i wanted to ask you where did long goria fall in your plans for and i had discuss that we thought the pursuit of stand was obviously a bonus and if you didn't get him you didn't get him if he did get him that'd be great from but where did long 'gorio four and how long did you have your eye on well we hit the short list all on all fronts only at glaring curtly third base who's one that will uh in uh he's been on the rehder most of the ups union put the his boat loyd yesterday in the uh the conference call those things really didn't come to a head until into the meetings and the and probably a week they're out uh it wasn't a said an easy trade to navigate kids you saw first we had the mac nation they'll having to move so moer's contract which allowed us to do some things not only in the long gory deal but up the line with what we have to do to fill out or else he'll says when it comes to trade like this in in you have a guy that's coming from tampere that that has been the face the franchise for just a decade per pretty much a decade now uh is it does it make it easier knowing that his leadership skills they're gonna fit right in here at atsc with the giants well the.
"mr brian" Discussed on Super Station 101
"You we'd be make it a treat with big daddy bomb barbecue sauce so the next time you're in a store selling big daddy set is everywhere on the left hand turn single think tank tank the guy you february for the last fourteen miles as singers stuck in traffic you can just sit back and wait gonna try to pass on a left didn't you see my signal if you've got cut rate insurance things could really take a turn for the worse so get all state john fatwa please give us a call at nine four one eight team on the gree greece bye bye the new book big gone lacombe lay lehenbauer all right does seventy minutes after them he listed a house radio show you can leverage ahead of a bit about you we go debated today was saying they will make years cohost today mr brian people form a candidate for senate in birmingham alabama allowed get into today david i see you get to you in a few seconds let me said why did they even the phone lines you guys want to join the conversation is eight six six five one nine in thirty three today in mississippi they opened up the civil rights museum man brad almost got into a eight eight throwdown fight in the studio quality just see it and i want to know we got to get the bell rang because it may be some for analyst it and to get rid of the rainiest bao's calls bride his says some mayor that the black leaders did not show up today brian said they should have showed up right i did i've got to give you the floor before you get to these phone going around i want you to say tim why do you think the bluntly the should have showed up today when you have something that's important is launching civil rights museum yoga and especially here in the south we have a long history of having race relations in civil rights relations that have been very rocky um you know we live here in birmingham alabama we have a civil rights.
"mr brian" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"So he has to try and save up enough money to buy it in the meantime i dastardly persons steals it who could in related news there's a dastardly person who lives on paddington street he's an actor called phoenix buchanan laze around this this evening very little between them about that yeah that he he is there so um yeah one thing leads to another paddington ends up in prison and befriends or does he knuckles mcginty played by brendan gleason dea it'll go special schenk redemption without the tumbling for sheets and shipping i think that was an originalist house earlier ones darkness on the are rated led the fuck off co that's what they could have all the fuck off caught this we've earned or explicit ruling asthma this week sorry about that everybody unto you know it's ironic that were saying i know this because it is the nicest it's lovely age it's a film about a bad wanting to buy someone a present and that thoughts kind of it and that the whole movie he's just trying to buy a gift to somebody and it's um it's so sweet and i mean the first film was big success and with the sequel there was probably the temptation to do something spectacular get out of london take him to another country take into space so something but they they keep it in london and they keep it at the same kind of scale yeah and and they don't just repeat the same sort of beats theater it's not mr brian suddenly decides he doesn't like him again after all or any has to win him over again which i think a lot of sequels also day there are some brilliant kind of recurring fate they go back to some of the guys from the original cj fond abe's a security guard carteseh comes back and i think that's the spoiler he's one of my favorite things yeah this series um.
"mr brian" Discussed on Apple Byte: Extra Crunchy
"You're live it's the are but you could you podcasts with your host mr brian tong what up everybody what a beach how you doing my man i'm good man how you doing i'm doing good from an undisclosed location somewhere in the universe but you want me tell you i'm really doing good here yes please because i have in my hand was you're in it it's bits bigger than my head it's hugh i got i had protocol point nine age and i love the that's awesome and is it light is it light in your hands like huzzah feels the same way it's the same way as the last wonder remember we talked about how mine was stolen recently a huge bomb in just a few weeks i mean trust me that's really sad it's a great but just a few weeks before i got my hands on the ipad pro so we're going to talk about a little bit and so yes to answer all your questions i got it we're going to we're going to jump into a but also we want to make sure that this show is all about you all watching we do stream the show live on periscope youtube livestream but you can also call us leave your name or you're from get dramatic you know what i gotta say though beach this week people are leaving a really long kind of semi in coherent messages were to balance in all replace you gotta get right to it yes kenner rambling and and in multiple objectives questions like i'm sorry we want you on the show and we had a lot of people call be cutting you can't keep a tight so call us at one eight hundred six one.
"mr brian" Discussed on Apple Byte: Extra Crunchy
"I would be able extra kurci podcast end your host mr brian tom what's up everybody welcome to the show beecham welcome it is episode eighty six this is kind of a special episode just from a stamp when a we are just a few days away from w w d c two thousand seventeen it's kind of a big deal beach hell yeah monday live show big live show for wwl tv or yet huge life schiller we're gonna put on that if you are familiar with what seena brings to the table but a and this is the applewhite etre crunchy we are going to jump into the big topics the big things we expect to see just a lot of stuff to dig in and quite honestly i'm really i'm actually really excited about the show but before we get to that one eight hundred six one six two six three eight that is the number for you guys and gals the call in leave your name tells where you're from and because this is going to be the show after wwe dc i want to hear your reactions we want to hear what you thought maybe tells the thing that stood out the most to you on we're going to preview some of these things saw yeah might feel like we're talking about and again the week after but really this is like what we anticipate some things a look out for and i'm going to see what to act apple actually does so one eight hundred six one six two six rate that's how you become a part of the show we have our friends live streaming with us on youtube periscope livestream that part of the conversation so sometimes when i had my eyes can go from places like cannon dependency of what you guys are saying guys and gals are seen as well but let's jump into the show right off the top and.