39 Burst results for "Owen"
Fresh update on "owen" discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Community of the county. We are very very concerned about your safety. I am absolutely outraged at the zone. Feeling implementing laws of his own personal choice which we voted the way that it's much more fiscally and socially responsible that only be breaking the law but he is not doing what he is supposed to do as a district attorney and that is repetitive victim. I believe that two years in the wrong often teach should've been a public defender. He voted in can be voted out historic low indications of the story a bunch of baloney for an update on the retail of la county district. Attorney george gascon. John and ken. John kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Welcome everybody we're gonna be talking about now with regards to this horrific da and we're still waiting for the green light for them to start collecting signatures on petitions to affect a recall. Vote on george gas gone from office. We go back to two thousand sixteen. October fifth of two thousand sixteen in fact we reported heavily on this story at the time. An la county sheriff's sergeant by the name of steve owen. Three years old was responding to a burglary call in lancaster. He confronted the burglar who ended up shooting him not once but several times execution style stood over him and just executed them. And i had forgotten that this criminal then escaped in sergeant owens police car and then Went to a nearby home and held a couple of teenagers hostage for a while and then eventually gave himself up the story today. Is that because la county district attorney. George gascon did not want to pursue the death penalty. There has been a deal. Made between the defendant is name is trenton trevan lavelle. He had two prior convictions on parole at the time of the killing. It's a plea deal where he will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. But as we know some governor could issue some sort of clemency which would give this guy the chance at parole sometime in the future. We had hoped to speak to tania. Owen today sergeant owens widow but apparently she still pretty worked up over this. We're gonna be talking to the former. La county district. Attorney steve. cooley. I he and others marci's law attorneys and other investigators the sheriff's department have been assisting the owen family with this case. We also have on the line. Detective karen shonka. Who's a los angeles sheriff's department investigator on sergeant owens murder steve and detective Shonka welcome to the john and ken show. Thank you And i imagine you're St you describe how you feel about this about what gas gone did forcing this plea agreement. I imagine you're at least bitterly disappointed. Well this is steve cooley. And the fact that the death penalty was not pursued as a huge disappointment. But the fact the murder of sergeant on did receive Tremendous sentence of life without the possibility of parole plus twenty five years the gun use plus at at attempted murder And another life in prison with the possibility of parole plus forty five years consecutive Was the best that could be achieved. Given the fact gas going to the death penalty off the table. Now remember if it weren't for judge chalfant and the injunction he issued everything all the special circumstances all these special allegations. All enhancements would have been off the table according to gascoyne Making this individual eligible for parole in less than twenty years so it was the march law lawyers that brought pressure and it was just chalk fonts order that caused the judge to be in the physician to issue the maximum sentence of circumstances. You think of sergeant owen was killed today that all those enhancement charges would not be filed against the murder correct. It was only the fact that those charges have been filed by district attorney. Jackie lacey and we're pimping at the time the court issued its order forbidding Gas gone from striking those allegations that we're able to get the sense we got today. It was strictly just trufant and all the attorneys that helped the family out that caused today's relatively good result under the circumstances and Detective shonka what are your feelings about the way everything played I think we got the best deal. Possible obviously A lot of us would have liked to seek the death penalty on this case but This is just as good for us right now. Is it possible with a governor's action that this man could someday be released from prison. This is steve cooley. Of course that depends upon the governor is and by the time That is under consideration. We'll probably have a whole different government place in california. So but you're right. Technically he could grant clemency Commutation that i think that's why they're likely in this case A given the absolute unwarranted cruelty execution style of law enforcement officer doing his duty responding to a burglary call. And don't forget this individual also attempted murder another responding deputy and taking shots him. So there's more than just charging own as the victim in this case. Karen do you and your fellow Sheriff's department members feel. That gascon doesn't value your lives very much that he's cheapened your lives because for from now on if somebody gets killed it's possible they'll get a short sentence of maybe only twenty years. I mean is that is that a burden that some of the officers are carrying. Yes absolutely and not only for law enforcement but for all victims It seems as though he's coddling criminals in speaking to criminals families and when victims and victims families are trying to Make contact with them and talk to him. He refuses any interviews. Or any conversation. There so i mean. It's just across the board which is sickening. You can't blanket these policies and directives over everything and and not pick certain cases where they don't work. It's just not gonna work and illegal with you. Think this might embolden criminals even more because they know. There's a big discount going on when it comes to sentencing. I'm sure you've seen that that. Yeah i'm sure he s and and we're hearing it all the time that they're getting out Even before the report is written there already being released. And i'm sure you've seen that video those those guys and in some california prison that were drinking pruneau and they were cheering their homey gusto because they were going to be getting out of prison gas cone. Yeah yeah so. So you know he's supposed to be a prosecutor and it's it's made our job very very difficult and and it's it's disheartening for you. Know the the guys working patrol Out there trying to lord's work and trying to put the bad man Behind bars and then.
Israel Under Attack: What You Need to Know
"Israel is under attack this week with more than a thousand rockets fired since sunday from gaza major israeli cities on high alert and the threat of further violence continuing across the country on tuesday at noon. Ajc jerusalem director avi tall labor vich and i twenty four news. Senior correspondent owen. Alterman spoke with age. Abc's jason isaacs to provide a frontline report on the evolving crisis. We thought that that conversation was so important that we would bring it to you now. Some of it has been eclipsed by events because it was recorded on tuesday at noon but the analysis from these experts remains extremely relevant here. Is that audio. Let's begin appetite. Let me start with you first. What is the current situation in. Israel and in gaza are the hamas and palestinian islamic jihad rocket attacks and incendiary balloon launchings continuing on what are their effects in israel. We are now exactly at twenty five hours after the initial rocket firing from gaza to jerusalem. Yesterday this actually was the opening called for wide attack. Launched by hamas slumming jihad is well and until now we are talking about more than five hundred rockets to different ranges that have been fired from gaza into israel. The target of these rockets are civilian areas. Take for example. The city of ashkelon. This is a city of one hundred. Fifty thousand people just four kilometers way from gaza. This city was focal point of attack. One barrage of rockets after another today from very early in the morning until now
Fresh update on "owen" discussed on John and Ken
"The I Heart radio app. Welcome everybody We're gonna be talking about now with regards to this horrific DEA, and we're still waiting for the green light for them to start collecting signatures on petitions to effect a recall vote on George Gascogne from office. We go back to 2016. It was October 5th of 2016. In fact, we reported heavily on this story at the time and L. A county sheriff's sergeant by the name of Steve 01 53 years old. Was responding to a burglary call in Lancaster, He confronted the burglar who ended up shooting him. Not once, but several times execution style stood over him and just executed him and I had for gotten that this criminal then escaped. And Sergeant Owens Police car and then went to a nearby home and held a couple of the teenagers hostage for a while and then eventually gave himself up. So the story today is that because l. A county district attorney, George Gascon did not want to pursue the death penalty. There is been a deal made between the defendant. His name is Trenton, Trevan Lovell. He had two prior convictions is on parole at the time of the killing. It's a plea deal where he will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. But as we know some governor could issue some sort of clemency, which would give this guy the chance at parole sometime in the future. We had hoped to speak to Tania Owen today. Sergeant Owens widow, but apparently she's still pretty worked up over this. We're gonna be talking to the former L. A County district Attorney Steve Cooley, he and others Marcie's law attorneys. And other investigators of the Sheriff's Department have been assisting the own family with this case they also have on the line Detective Karen Shaka, who's a Los Angeles sheriff's Department investigator. On Sergeant Owens murder Steve and Detective Shaka. Welcome to the giant Kensho. Well, thank you. Thank you. I imagine you're Steve describe how you feel about this about what Gascogne did forcing this plea agreement. I imagine you're At least bitterly disappointed. Well, this is Steve Cooley and The fact that the death penalty was not pursued is a huge disappointment. But the fact that the murderer of charge on did receive a tremendous sense of life. Without the possibility of parole plus 25 years for the gun used, plus a attempted murder on another life in prison with the possibility of parole plus 45 years consecutive It was the best that could be achieved, given the fact Gas going to the death penalty off the table now, remember? If it weren't for Judge shall Ponte and the injunction he issued Everything. All the special circumstances. All these special allegations all the enhancements would have been off the table, according to Gascogne, making this individual eligible for parole. In less than 20 years s O. It was the Marcie's law lawyers that brought pressure and it was Judge Chalfont order. That caused the judge to be in the position to issue the maximum sentence under the circumstances. So you think it's sergeant Owen was killed today that all those enhancement charges would not be filed against the murderer. Correct. It was on Lee the fact that those charges have been filed by District Attorney Jackie Lacey and were pending at the time, the court issued this order forbidding Gascogne from striking those allegations that were able to get the sentence we got today It was strictly judge Chalfont and all the attorneys that helped the family out. Because today's relatively good results under the circumstances. And Detective Shankar, where your feelings about the way everything played out. I think we got the best deal possible. Obviously, a lot of us would have liked to seek the death penalty on this case. But this is just it's good for us right now. Is it possible? With Ah governor's action that this man could someday be released from prison. This is Steve Cooley. Of course, that depends upon who the governor is. And by the time that is under consideration, we will probably have a whole different government place in California. So, but you're right. Technically, he could grant clemency of commutation, but I think that's highly unlikely in this case given The absolute unwarranted cruelty, execution style of a law enforcement officer doing his duty responding to a burglary call and don't forget This individual also attempted murder, another responding deputy and taking shots in him, So there's more than just Sergeant Owen as the victim in this case. Karen, do you and your fellow sheriffs department members feel that Gascogne doesn't value your lives very much that he's cheap in your lives. Because you know, from now on. If somebody gets killed, it's possible they'll get a short sentence of maybe only 20 years. I mean, is that is that a burden that some of the officers were carrying? Yes, absolutely, and not only for law enforcement but for all victims. It seems as though he's coddling criminals and speaking to criminal families, and when victims and victimsfamilies air trying to make contact with him and talk to him, he refuses any interviews or any conversation there so I mean, it's just across the board, which is sickening. You can't blanket these policies and directives over everything and not pick certain cases where They don't work. It's just not gonna work and it's illegal. Well, you think this might embolden criminals even more because they know there's a big discount going on when it comes to sentencing. Yes, I'm sure you've seen that. Yeah, I'm sure. Yes, Andre. We're hearing it all the time. They're getting out even before the report is written there already being released, and I'm sure you've seen that video those those guys and In some California prison that we're drinking pruno and they were cheering their homey Gastone because they were going to be getting out of prison. Oh, yeah, It was a toast to Gascogne. Yeah. Yeah, So So you know, he's supposed to be a prosecutor, and and it's it's made our job very, very difficult. And it's disheartening for you know the guys working patrol. Out there trying to do the Lord's work and trying to put the bad man behind bars. That he gets out right away, You know? So yes, John Kim there..
European Regulator Finds Possible Link Between Vaccine and Blood Clots
"Regulators in Europe announced their findings on a covert shot still on hold in the U. S. Fox is Simon Owen Live in London, at least of the European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine. And blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies, Sabine Strauss says that shots benefits outweigh any risks. Product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on a date off the side effects, she said. The agency is aware off eight reports from the U. S of blood clotting disorders. Among seven million people who received the
Fresh update on "owen" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"2 51 prisoners who were convicted by non unanimous Juries don't have to be retried. That's the latest ruling from the Supreme Court, which had banned the practice A year ago. 63 ruling was along conservative liberal lines. The justices said that prisoners whose case is finished before the ruling should not benefit from it. Decision affects people who were convicted in Louisiana, Oregon and Puerto Rico, where divided jury verdicts had been accepted before last year's ruling after more than a year Los Angeles jury returns to court today and their job is to weigh the evidence against Robert Durst. The New York real estate heir is charged with killing his best friend. The length of the break in the trial is unprecedented, according to Durst's lawyers, who say it's the highest profile US case postponed because of the pandemic. It took nearly 15 years for police to arrest him and another five to bring him to trial that after just two days of testimony, jurors were sent home because of the Corona virus. The 78 year old pleaded not guilty to murdering his friend Susan Berman, who was shot in the back of the head in her L a home. Prosecutors say he's silenced Berman before she could tell police she helped him cover up the killing of his wife, Kathy, in New York in 1982. I'm Julie Walker Parlor used back on Apple's APP store today, but many people are calling it parlor light because of Apple's new restrictions aimed at making it less offensive. Apple took down the right wing social media site after the Capitol riot. It claimed the APP was being used to glorify and encourage the attack. Washington Post reports Parlor now has the label post that are considered hate speech. Those post won't be visible on iPhones, but they will be visible to people with other smartphones. Or for those viewing parlor online parlor was the number one app when it was taken down January knife. 2 53. It's an experimental program run by the Office of Management and Budget to allow federal workers to upgrade their skills in data science. Well, now the first cohort of the program have graduated. Federal news networks jury, Heckman explains Owen be accepted 61 federal employees from 20 agencies to pilot it's Federal Data Science program. The upscaling program gives agencies a chance to fill critical skill gaps faster than they'd be able to accomplish by on boarding new talent through the competitive hiring process. The agency launched the program last August. Building on lessons learned from the Census Bureau's own agency Wide training program that began in December. 2019 excepted employees went through training starting last September and ending this January employees also completed a capstone project before graduating from the program. Jory Hackman Federal news Network Up Next in Money News, Sean We began in the red Looks like we're going to end in the red and, in a moment of big retailer drops its mass requirement. I'm Christopher Cruz to 53 heart. Nissan has lots of new cars and trucks, the other dealers Not.
World Reacts to the Death of Britain’s Prince Philip
"Johnson. After Prince Philip's death this morning, he helped to steer the royal family and the monarchy. So that remains an institution. Indisputably vital. Fox is Simon Owen is live at London's Buckingham Palace on Dave. A Few 100 people are gathered outside the palace here. Lewis came down when he heard the news to lay some flowers at the palace Gates. No one lives forever. He's 99 years old. He's being in hospital. For a month recently. I think we all knew this day would come. It's just a shock When the day comes, it's inevitability, but it's sad. The Polish says Phillip died peacefully this morning. It's home at Windsor Castle, just outside London. The queen announced the news with quote, deep sorrow, calling Philip her beloved husband, Dave.
Fresh update on "owen" discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"That's 804 34315. An arrest has been made in a wildfire that's burned more than 1300 acres in Pacific Palisades. It is an active investigation. I cannot give you any more details than that. But the person in custody we feel we have the right person. L A city fire chief Ralph Terrazas says he anticipates firefighters will be on the scene for the next several days, he says updated containment numbers are expected this afternoon. Terrazas says. One firefighter has been injured. It's a minor I injury. The fire started at Friday night in a 0% contained a man has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering an L. A county sheriff's Sergeant Trenton level was on parole at the time he shot and killed Sergeant Steve Owen in Lancaster in October. 2016 In bike to work week starts today in L. A people who get on Metrolink trains with their bikes can ride for free biking increased in urban areas around the U. S. By 21% from March to June of last year, experts say that's because of shelter and place orders that kept cars off roads and brought cyclists out in record numbers during the pandemic. That's the latest time Amy King. This report is sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show podcast temperatures.
Prince Philip Didn’t Want the ‘Fuss’ and ‘Frills’ of ‘a Massive Funeral
"Years of age. His marriage to Queen Elizabeth was the longest marriage in the history of the royal family. Yeah, they were married back in 1947. Let's go live to London and get the latest from Fox News Radio Simon Owen. Simon. Such sad news. How was his death announced? Hey, Good morning. I'm outside the gates of Buckingham Palace, And this was one of the places where the news was published. There was a notice the palace gates, which Gave the briefest of details announcing village death on But we got a message from the palace around the same time saying that the queen announced with deep sorrow, the death of her beloved husband. That was how they freed and they said, Well, it died actually at home at Windsor Castle this morning, he was 99. Years old Andre people are now coming down to the palace. It's complicated slightly by throwing a virus restrictions and no mass gatherings allowed here, But there's a few 100 people at the moment gathered outside the gates, a few of them laying flowers. I just went to one man and you know, he said. It was 99 not a surprise that you're 99 you, You may die of old age. It's no sadness still shocking. This is somebody who is being a very prominent presence in British society for many, many decades. What else is expected to happen today? Simon? I'm sure they're in the process of getting some sort of form of funeral celebration taking place and I guess under the auspices still of Cove it will there be a big if you want to say funeral, Will it be more private? Wait. We don't know at this stage and I must say, I sort of raised down. I haven't checked what The latest rules are in Britain. The funeral because definitely being restricted for the past year or so. The restricted they're starting to be eased. The Royals generally don't like to be seen to be breaking the rules or making exceptions for themselves, so I would imagine it would be in line with what whatever is allowed, which could potentially be a very small on very private affair, finished fitting himself reportedly said down the years it is where
U.S. and Iran Agree to Resume Talks on Nuclear Deal
"Back to the table on Iran's nuclear program. The State Department announcing talks will resume but the U. S. And Iran won't talk directly for now. Fox is Simon Owen has this live At least of the U. S. And Iran say indirect talks will be held in Vienna, Austria, next week on the future of the Iran nuclear deal. Nearly three years after President Trump pulled out of the agreement, the State Department says the talks scheduled for Tuesday are healthy step forward. It says an immediate breakthrough is unlikely. American and Iranian officials are not expected to meet face to face
Discussing the Philadelphia Eagles' overpay for Joe Flacco
"We even get started on joe flacco. I don't mean to take a dump. All over. Joe flacco good career. You want super bowl. Mvp and ninety eight seventy seven career records. Who's not some like garbage. You know scrub quarterback was never good and he doesn't deserve to be mocked and good for him for getting the deal that he got personally. I think he is agent. Did a good job. i guess trying to There's reportedly that the forty niners were also involved. And maybe that's why he got what he got with the eagles which i mean. The eagles shouldn't have cared. If there's other teams involved should have just passed the number. I but anyway it's been a long way. It's been a long way since. Joe flacco was even remotely close to being a desirable quarterback last six years and twenty six and thirty seven record a combined. Six point four yards per attempt over that six years fan six point four yards per attempt over six year span is not good last two years. Where the only two years he spent away from baltimore signed a one year deal in denver. You went to and four. They're moved onto the jets. Last season went owen for completion percentage in front of me with his fifty five percent or something like that point to and he had a qb rating. I think of like eighty point. Two eighty eight eighty twenty and then. I didn't have this but in your post on him. You had noted and grain of salt here but of course you had noted that Pro football focus had him as the second worst rated quarterback in the nfl last year.
China-U.S. meeting in Alaska: What to expect?
"Coming to America. I'm David Anthony Fox News, but it could get a frosty reception today in Alaska. In the first face to face meeting with our new secretary of state, Fox is Simon Owen has more live. Dave ahead of talks with China's top diplomats. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has accused China of aggressive and authoritarian behavior. Speaking in Seoul, South Korea, Blinken also stressed China's role in convincing North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons. I would hope that whatever happens, going forward China will use that influence effectively. Tonto work on moving North Korea to denuclearization, Both sides are setting low expectations for today's meeting. A senior U. S official causes a chance to take stock, Dave
Video Marketing School with Owen Video
"There's something to be said about thinking of video. Not as like maybe even the final result that has maybe your your source material like what is the thing that you create that will go everywhere else but like how do you start with this first thing. Yeah that is your pillar content of the thing that you create that then creates and goes other places and when you're creating video. I i mean you've done this for a long time so you've now figured out all the different things the nuance of how to speak where to look how to present yourself how to get lighting right so that it looks better how to set up unitary all the things that's a lot and that's intimidating for someone who's just getting started but i think if i think of it as step one like start the process of figuring out how to record your voice and get started with producing content. I think it's a different way to think about it for some people out there. You bring up some really good points there and it kind of brings me back to the four disciplines of video marketing and we call this the video pro system in fact if you search the hashtag video pro you'll find a lot of our stuff. I mean there's some other people that have used the hashtag as well but it's like our core hashtag tag and video pro. What that means is a professional use of video and for some people. That's going to be like a youtube channel that generate subscribers right for others. It's going to be a youtube channel. That generates leads and still for others. It's going to be sort of like you know a video presence that's on multiple platforms even. Igt we believe in a youtube. I like a youtube centric. Right your top down. Content starts on youtube. And then you repurpose that into the other platforms. The reason for that is on facebook. You know three seconds is of you. Let's just kind of time that out for a second ready you click on the video and one two three and you click off. Youtube counts that as of you and you go home. And you're like i got two hundred sixty seven us on facebook today right. You got two hundred and sixty seven people to watch your video for one to three seconds. That's not have you write that in my world view like that's that's someone who just clicked on your video. They may not even have turned on sound yet. So you know on youtube. A view is thirty seconds. So it's literally one view on on. Facebook is worth ten views or one view on youtube is where ten views on facebook. And that's really really important to to consider why. Youtube is so important because people are actually watching your content now. The other part of that is the four disciplines of video marketing the video pro system and when you master these four things the blur of what camera should i get. How do i look better. What do i say. How do i producers who edits it. Where do i share it. What if it doesn't get viewed. How do you get people to watch it. How do you get people to click on your link. All of those sort of confusing things come into very clear focus. And here's the good news. It boils down into four main points. Here they are k. programming production promotion and progress. Okay the video pro system. So programming is the art of knowing what videos. You're going to produce a head of time and what you're going to say in those video videos literally how you structure them right. Because i see what i see. A lot of video creators doing especially business. Creators is going way off the prairie hatred avenue to talk you about x. y. z. And you end up talking about trump and biden in the election. This whole thing and it's like dude. How did you get there. You know what i mean like you. Keep your stuff a scaffolding. Because i promise you this if someone tunes into a video called like how to market your business or how did you seo. I guarantee you. There are not interested in your vegan recipes or your political views right. So you gotta have scaffolding. What do you say. What are you not say. That's the programming discipline the production discipline. What camera light and microphone. Or you're gonna use and if you're filming in front of a window you really don't even need a light. You just gotta make sure you film during during daytime hours right but you gotta have like set up. We recommend a video creation station. This is a three part system right. It's a camera a microphone and a light for example. You know you're looking at my video creation station right now. I film right here every single day. I have other stations as well. That's part of what. I do a youtuber but you only need one right. You could just do a webcam. Alight microphone and being a place where when an email comes in an instant message or a text message comes in. And you go. Oh my gosh that would be a great video right like a question from a client. You can just press record and start. Recording so programming is very very simple. You set up everything in a standard concrete environment so that whenever you sit down you technically film something. So that's production. Promotion is where you share the video right. Like where do you upload and went and then do you share it on facebook and if so where on facebook how often on facebook you know this is i think you use your e mail campaign. Do you share it on instagram. And how right. Every business needs their own specific promotional plan. And it's going to be different for some people i'm going to say. Yeah like you should be sharing this on facebook for other people. I'm going to be like you know. Let's wait a week. See how the video performs and if we need help then we'll share it in some facebook groups. You know that sort of thing so that can change and finally progress right progress or progress as how the video pro system that we kinda came to a little bit of license on that but when you're looking at your progress what you're looking at is did people watch the video. Where did they x out of the video. How long did they watch the video. And what you're looking for really are like right like peaks and dips right and with peaks. You want to do more of that and dips you want to eliminate that so if you do a video where it's talking heads you the whole time and you notice that like people watch for a minute and then it just dips well. That's a good indication that you need to mix up the scenery a little bit right. My point is is that youtube gives you ton of tons of analytics and when you learn what analytics to read and when right because the analytics the first three days of a videos publishing is one thing but after three months you're looking at different analytics now knowing what to look at and when will will affect your programming and you see how it comes right back into full circle so you're programming impacts your production which then impacts where you share the video in promotion. Then you get progress. Reports on your progress helps the impact your programming master. Those four things and youtube is easy and your business grows
What We Learned From Meghan and Harry’s Interview
"Departed British Royals Prince Harry and Meghan speak for the first time since their exit from the Family intern interview with Oprah Simon Owen reports from London. Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, says life is a British royal left her contemplating suicide and I just didn't I just didn't want to be alive anymore. In two hours of bombshell revelations to Oprah Winfrey on CBS, Meghan accused the Royals of having concerns about her baby skin color. Both she and Prince Harry refused to name names but composition. I'm never going to share. But at the time The time it was all courage. There is a bit shocked. It's the couple's first interview since they stepped down from royal duties just reading right now that 17 million people watched the interview. That's a lot of people. That is, That's huge. All right. That's hard to get these days, too, was streaming and everything.
Capitol Police Head Asks to Extend National Guard Deployment Amid Continued Threats
"To back her request to keep National Guard troops to stay in the capital, another two months and a letter chief Uganda, Pittman told congressional leaders if you needed their support with the three member Capitol Police board, which oversees her department and reports to those house and Senate leaders. Current deployment of more than 5000 guards expires March 12th. They were put in place in response to the deadly January 6 right at the U. S capitol by people died, including a U. S Capitol police officer after rioters who attended former President Trump Stop. This still rally stormed the capital. And Pope Francis has arrived in Iraq correspondent Simon Owen
Britain's Prince Philip admitted to the hospital
"Well, Britain's Prince Philip, the Queen's husband, is in the hospital. Simon Owen has the latest for London. Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip was admitted to a hospital here in London yesterday evening. It's described as a precautionary measure. The palace says the 99 year old felt unwell saw a doctor on has gone to the hospital on the doctor's advice. It's understood his illness is not connected to the coronavirus. Philip is rarely seen in public these days after retiring from public duties four years
This newspaper chain pivoted to digital subscriptions, and it's working
"The last fifteen years not been kind to the local news industry with thousands of newspapers either reducing staff or closing down entirely but not all newspapers have been affected equally and some of the hardest hit chains were owned by hedge funds and private equity firms that had no actual interest in investing in journalism. Family owned newspaper. Seemed to have fared better. And that seems to be the case for form. Communications a chain of newspapers and other media outlets situated in the mid west a few years ago. The company's newspapers rolled out a digital subscription model and so far it seems to be performing above expectations. I recently interviewed stephanie. Shorter forums chief digital marketing officer about the gargantuan amount of work that went into this pivot and what strategies resulted in the most success before we jump into the view. I wanna talk about a recent article published on my newsletter. I went deep on the company called blocks group. It started out. As a cryptocurrency events company before launching a thriving podcast network that generates millions of dollars in revenue both founders walk me through how grew the business and their plans to build a crypto focus news organization. There's only one way to read analysis like this and it's by subscribing to my substance newsletter. Go to simon's dot sub stack dot com that simon owen stott sub stacked dot com or. Just google the word. Simon owens and newsletter. Okay onto my interview with stephanie. Hey stephanie thanks for joining us. Yeah thanks so much for having me simon. So you work for immediate chain called forum communications Tell me a little bit about that. Like where is it. What kind of media properties doesn't own. And how long has it been around cell phone. Communications is a family owned media company. We've been around since eighteen seventy eight Were actually located in the upper midwest. So we have properties in north dakota south dakota wisconsin and minnesota Our headquarters is in fargo. North dakota And we have twenty plus print and digital news brands all throughout the midwest as some broadcast and commercial print divisions as well and that's completely family owned as opposed to you know somebody's larger chains that are owned by private equity like this is like a longtime family owned newspaper oil. It's not just newspapers but mainly a newspaper chain. That's exactly right. It's a sixth generation family on media company. So it's been owned or operated by family all throughout its ownership so you were brought in as its first chief digital marketing officer correct like why did they build that role for you. Yeah that's correct so a while. Back a bunch of executives were sitting around a table and really talking about what the future of the company looked like and They knew that they needed to create a digital subscription model. But they weren't exactly sure where to begin and so brought in a consultant who used to work at the new york times and she came in and started to give some advice and she said well first off Where's your marketing department. And they all sort of looked around the room at each other and they said well we don't have one and she's like well that's step one so They followed her advice and they posted a role for chief digital marketing officer. And that's gonna wear my role came to be. And what was your background like you. Didn't you didn't work newspapers before. Did you know this was completely new for me. So i previously worked in the healthcare benefits space. But i was in marketing. Their i was. Vp of marketing for local healthcare benefits company and Really just took a leap of faith after meeting with the the people at the form. Communications office And really loved what i heard about what they wanted to do. And decided to really switch gears with my career and it was really great decision and and basically kind of you know the even though you weren't in media this was about like kind of product tising and and selling something directly to consumers so it's sort of like fit within. Still within your purview. Of of what you knew about right exactly so my previous role Prior to coming to form communications was all about selling a product to consumers and so This really isn't all that different. The the product has changed And what i really like about it. Is i find it a little bit more mission driven a little bit more purposeful and can really get behind the the why of what we're doing and Yeah that's always really appealed to me. Tell me about your first few months in the role. How did you get the lay of the land and begin building strategy for the expansion into the digital subscriptions so i would say the first few months was really like drinking out of a firehose as they say it was being thrown into a lot of new things that i didn't know a whole lot about And so i was really guided by. Just what i did know to be true. Which is everything about how to market something to consumers and the the biggest challenge there is we had previously been giving our content away for free online and now we were heading to this model where we weren't going to be doing that anymore. And so the biggest thing to figure out was how can you move from giving away your content for free to starting to ask people to pay for that content and we decided that the biggest the biggest strategy there is. We need to invest in content. And we need to invest in our products. And so that's what we did. And media's is kind of like a really weird industry that's not like a lot of other industries in the sense that like the people who are building the cord core product. Which is the editorial or kind of weirdly separated from the business side in different ways and they're all kinds of different ethics rules in different stuff like that like. Did you feel like you need to educated on like how media company works as opposed to like pure consumer products company. I did there. There was a little bit a friction at i. Just you know with some of the decisions that you have to make about for instance what you put behind the pay wall. No one when there's an extreme community safety story how do you handle that. From an ethical standpoint you want people to be able to access that kind of content and so a big part of the early days. My role was sitting down with people in the newsroom. Inter division and just understanding how they operate and what decisions they have to make and then how does the pay wall change any of that if if it does so. What are some of the major hurdles that a legacy newspaper chain has to consider that a like a brand new digital site. Like my the one that i run like doesn't have to think about like you had to figure out how to take these princip scrubbers in these legacy systems and and combine them with a paywall which is from a logistical standpoint. That's pretty difficult to do right. It is quite difficult in fact I would say the most challenging piece of all was just the technology component of everything so we had like you said legacy systems and then we needed to integrate that with all of these other systems that were newer so that the email platform the paywall platform obviously and so many other pieces and when we were grappling with all of that we actually secured help from another consultant. Who used to work at nasa. He's really bright. Guy really has a good hand on technology and he helped us draw out. This integration map. And he's drawing all these lines from one platform to another and it just looks like this giant messy web on a sheet of paper and he looks up at all of us and he says this is complicated and you know if the guy from nasa complicated it's complicated and so that was by far the most challenging part and it's never ending. I mean every time we had a new system integration and that's the part that really a keeps us up at night sometimes and did you have to overhaul the whole website or was there just like a way to just put some key. Take some kind of membership or subscription platform and just put it over the website. I wouldn't say we had to overhaul the website but we made the decision that we wanted to because again we were going from this state of giving away our content for free to suddenly asking people to pay for a product that we weren't previously asking them to pay for and so we wanted to make sure that we are improving that product and improving the discover ability of the content. That people wanted And so we decided to before even beginning to implement the paywall. Create a plan for redesigning all of our network of news sites that sort of step one and then from there. We felt good about launching that paywall on top of them and so prior to launching. I'm guessing that you were kind of projecting convey conversion rates like how. How quickly did you hope to acquire new digital subscribers to where it would make up a significant part of your business at least prior to launching. We really didn't know what exactly to expect. you know. we had talked to others in the space and they they had shared stories of pretty decent growth in the first few months but pretty low expectations overall. Just as you grapple with all the challenges of implementing a new model like this and so we just sort of set an arbitrary goal of ten thousand digital subscribers in the first year It wasn't really super scientific. We just felt like that seemed like a reasonable goal for our entire network of sites and then we wound up tripling that in the first year and so we who either really underestimated our goal or we really Did surprisingly well for what we set out to do. But i'm gonna hope it's the second one. Yeah so ten thousand subscribers across twenty different newspapers Seems like a reasonable goal. That you
Former Legendary Los Angeles Chargers Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer Dies At 77
"Sad Day on the gridiron. Former Washington football coach Marty Schottenheimer passes away at the age of 70 70 spent one year guiding the Burgundy and gold leading the team out of an Owen five. Crater to finish eight. Nate Schottenheimer 1 200 regular season games In his career, he rebuilt Cleveland, Kansas City and the Chargers into playoff
Russian Court Orders Aleksei Navalny Held for 30 Days
"Russian opposition leader alexei navalny remains behind bars despite pressure from the us and other western countries after the us demanded alexei. Navalny be freed. A judge in moscow has jailed him for thirty days. A longer sentence could follow rule where it was posted on instagram novon. The is urging supporters to take to the streets. The opposition leader was arrested yesterday as he returned to russia from germany. Where he'd been recuperating after being poisoned. Russia is brushing off western condemnation. We read them cooks chefs. What before he loses of foreign minister sergei lavrov says. Western politicians are trying to distract from rhode problems in london. Simon owen fox
Chicago Bulls Win For First Time This Season As They Top Washington Wizards
"Top The Wizards won 15 1 of those seven Washington Now Owen for this season there first. I won four start since 2012 Russell Westbrook 21 points 15 rebounds. 11 assists a triple double in all three of his games this season. Bradley Beal at 29 points. You scored 128 thus far. This season. The Bulls get the win over Washington SportsCenter
Amber Hurdle Cuts to the Chase With Her Velvet Machete Brand Strategy
"Hurdle friend on those of leadership. Welcome to the show. I'm so excited to be here. You know we know each other almost eight years. Did you knew that. I was looking at the calendar. Almost eight years. I was thinking about that. Yeah because it was like right after. I left gaylord hotels. It's crazy and i was like in watching. Your journey has just been amazing. It's been so fun to watch and just remember back in the day back in two thousand thirteen right when we that kind of we met through a Kind of. I guess it was a facebook. Entrepreneurial group that john lee dumas mastermind e type thing in there. Was me you anthony tran. There's about eight of us that kind of clicked together right and we kind of started sharon and in the paul. Good for me anna. And we're still good. We're still connected all those people they all come to nashville. They see me. Yeah austin netflix. Austin yeah yeah. He's still going and Oh gosh i could go on go on yellen selwyn. Yeah killing it and arizona. Yeah i remember. I met with him. Gathering owen and somebody else in phoenix. Oh the guy He did aaron. Pierre use aaron pierce curson in owen and owen had just moved to phoenix. He'd moved from new york and he moved to phoenix and was in phoenix. Mo- behind in new york s right and then we all had lunch and met paul. I was had lunch with paul somewhere. I tried to hook up with you a national lane and it didn't work. You were going something. I was nashville. And you and your husband were going somewhere. Gosh dang that's just so fun to see that here we are. And i've never had on the show i've been wanting to. I've been a big fan. Because you're i think of all the people that were there. You were the closest to what i was doing in terms of thought beliefs on leadership and entrepreneurship. And i love your story so we're reminiscent of all these people were talking and it was like. What are these people talking about. What did they see it. Like for the four pull out for the audience. Like i can't even of all the times. I've called you or you like i remember standing in the middle of academy sports like in the adidas section. Because i'm told you re run dmc that way like you calling me and like running an idea by me and and so you should. The audience were sitting here talking about this person. This person and we're having our little memory lane trip but the best part of that is that we have a crew of people that are similar in our values who've been on a similar journey for a similar amount of time. yes we'd all be at different levels and where we've gotten in that amount of time but we can lean on each other in that strong people environment almost like a. You know your own board if you will as entrepreneurship can only especially how we do it. And that's really important. Like it's really important that i can call you. I know you have a mortgage and children and like grown-up responsibilities. At i can call you and you can share perspective with me as a business owner with the same responsibilities and help me in context make wise decisions. That is a great point to do what you say. Maybe a lot of people that listen to show or no listen to show never really talked about that but the importance i've talked about with guests on the show the importance of finding an inner circle or your tribe or your mentors if you will in the people that we've talking about here and the people listen haven't really seen it but i have leaned on all of you guys over the last eight years for exactly what you said right like ham doing this. I'm struggling with this. What do you think and never really thought about that too. You said that. Like how many times i have reached out to all eight of you during the during these eight eight years i think it's it's invaluable right in its requirement for leadership in for entrepreneurship. Insurers like you've got you can't do it by yourself now you've got to have. We don't have another office to pop into a departmental meeting like you would in a corporate office where you bounce ideas like. We don't have a white board room. Like i haven't and you know said you have to figure out how to recreate that team or that perspective The way that you'd hand how
New School: a relaxation and story for your nap time routine
"Our story today is new. School was the first day at rogers new school as he waited for the bus he began to feel nervous rouge all kinds of things. He thought about the new friends he would meet. He thought about the new things he would learn this year. Then he took a deep dragon breath in doubt and slowed his running thoughts. He knew that staying present would help him through this exciting day so rosh took another deep breath in and out and then he took one more deep breath in and out feeling calm. The bus pulled up and rosh stepped on not sure where to set so that down quickly in the front seat maybe on the way home he would know who to sit by. Raj smiled at the kids across the aisle from him. Then they smiled back. That wasn't too bad. rash thought. The bus stopped again and again. Most of the kids got on knotted. Hello dhiraj and then walked back further on the bus then it one bus stop. Two boys stepped on high. One boy. said haven't seen you around before. I'm owing and this is andy. I'm rush rise replied. I just moved here great. We'll show you around. Do you mind if i sit here. Rosh shook his head known owen. Set next arrive. Andy sat in the seat behind them. The three boys chat at the rest of the way to school when the bus stopped. Andy said okay. Follow us. we'll show you what to do. The boys showed rosh where to put his backpack and where they waited in the morning while they waited. They found out that they all had the same teacher. The bell rang and it was time to go to their classroom since they were all in the same classroom. It was easy for andy owen to show rash where to go as they reached the classroom their teacher. Mr smith said welcome everyone. I'm your teacher. Mr smith look on the tables for your name and sit down in the chair next to it if you need help. Raise your hand. And i'll help you the class. Busily zipped around the room looking for their names soon everyone had found their own spot. With only a couple confusions there happened to be two inns in the class. So once the to ian found their spots mr smith went on to show everyone where all of the supplies would go step by step. Eventually everything was put away then. Mr smith got moving with the game. Afterwards it was back to explanations of the classroom team. Mr smith was very kind and assured everyone that soon it would be easy to remember everything until it was easy. He was there to help. The class seemed very friendly as well and roj began to feel more and more comfortable before long. It was time for lunch and recess. Owen and andy invited rush to sit with them. The three boys sat down at lunch finance. They finished andy said so. What would you like to do at recess. I usually play. football rash. said that sounds like fun. And said i'll get the ball. Andy said owen and roj found a spot to play football and andy grabbed the ball he brought over a brown oval ball and rash felt confused. I think that is a rugby ball. A football is black and white Puzzled that sounds more like a soccer ball. Why don't you come pick the ball that you mean owen suggested okay. Rush said in picked out around ball with black and white pentagon's. That's a soccer ball. Andy he said oh we call it football because you're only allowed to use your feet to touch it rosh replied
Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts
"What's more effective working nonstop for five hours or working in three ninety minute? Intervals spaced out with twenty minute breaks. It might seem like that first option is best if you're one of those workers who skips lunch and doesn't leave your desk until five but according to science you'll be better off taking those breaks. It all comes down to our treaty and rhythms like Circadian Rhythms all trading rhythms referred to a sort of body clock that cycles regularly throughout our lives but while Circadian Rhythms Keep Track of the twenty four hour day night cycle ole trading rhythms role in cycles that last between ninety and one hundred and twenty minutes during that time your brain wave frequencies rise and fall basically after. You spend a longtime concentrating on one task. Your brain needs a break so you get a natural law and concentration every hour and a half to two hours. Studies have found that all sorts of things are affected by these cycles like alertness and especially attention and nineteen ninety-three study by psychologist anders. Eriksson found that. The best violinists all practiced in three ninety minute chunks with breaks in between a nine thousand nine hundred five study found. The people generally maintain their sleep cycles after waking as periodic sleepiness cycles. That's why experts swear by a rest activity cycle that builds breaks into the workday. So now that you know. It's backed by science and actually the more effective choice. It's time to start taking those twenty minute. Breaks try setting a timer for ninety minutes and when the timer goes off you get up. Take a walk grab a snack or maybe even just rest your eyes for a bit. Your brain could use the break. I started doing this. Setting ninety. Minute timer is specially when I work from home because when I work from home. That's what I'm most notorious for rolling out of bed heading over to my desk sitting down at nine. Am and not getting up until like two in the afternoon. Yeah and for people who tend to do that. I think this is a much better fix than some of these other productivity hacks like the Pomodoro technique where you just work twenty five minute chunks. That seems too short for me. I get really immersed and suddenly the time's up and I'm out of it. Yeah a long story short. You need a break. How often you take. It is kind of up to you. But at least once every hour and a half. Or
"owen" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"So and so oh good you know what I'm saying. Oh good. And he nailed it and there was so much fun. I was so happy that he was able to like do that. He'd like genuinely gravity right here because he knew you were the one who pulled it. Yeah and so then. Afterwards he goes So he's rap on Chris. Webber spelled like nine thirty ten o'clock in a they go We go so which argument do now and I go. Well we gotTA finished marble. Hang out for a little bit obsolete so then you know kind of like. I'm going back video. Village action suit in the next sack. You can see his shadow in a shot and the director of that and Chris eating a donut like he has no idea. Because I don't want to basically went from. Oh Shit is Chris Robertson. Oh Shit He. Everyone hates Chris trailer. What's break we come back? And there's so many things did we have you back on the show. Oh and Smith is with us. This is slow down ranby. I heard this the other day and I love the achieve seeds On Smith we'll talk our talk Kapernick on the other side of this thing. Just lots to talk talk about the summertime. We'll get on the other side Right we'll be right back Some so what they knock before he's got a limited. Hey guys welcome to the show. Owen Smith is here. Follow him on twitter. Owen Smith the number four real Owen Smith four a real twitter instagram and instagram And live shows people can see you out. Can they find out how to live DOT com. Okay I'm I'm I'm usually at the comedy store Improv or to laugh at any road stuff or mostly around not right now But I'll be I'll be. I don't know I gotta get a Netflix special or something. I love it. Whatever we do on making you come to my school benefit? Because I can't wait crazy on that I can't wait so good the stuff about you and your relationship with your wife and all that so good about the sneakers on this show that all all of it all the time well and you know sports you wrote for the. Sp's you know so so let's talk about who some quick hits I wanNA talk about. I want your a perspective on the capture nick thing because it's great the chirping back and forth between Stephen Smith and Eric Reid is fascinating to me and so I'm trying trying to understand it. And making huge capital defenders fries protests. Yeah and then at the same time we just go okay. Well what is he trying to do. I mean and this is what I don't know. Maybe you better perspective on this is e trying to get back into the League Or is he just trying to make a statement as you're trying to mask unmask. How how Shitty the League actually is? Well I wanna I just WanNa even take it back. Another step is we are looking at Colin like he's like to static attic individual like we only see him but you don't realize like what he's been through these last years right like his livelihood has been taken from him except that he had a a huge contract with Nike. Do his thing but his too. Yeah but his whole place for this whole like he looking at the one man on earth. WHO's not allowed to be angry right? So what does that feel. You know what I mean like. If he chose any type of anger it the narrative on it is spun to be so careful with how staff staff year. But if any of this and so is is he So is he Martin he's everyone wants him to be Martin Luther King Knish and just be nonviolent and just you know taking a nap regard and no one wants him to have a little bit of Malcolm in you know and so I feel like you see again is even thirty. I think he's maybe he's thirty one. Yes all this has happened to them so oh just when I watched his reaction ready to play like when he was like just that was like stuff built up like he loves the game he wanted to play the game and the thing he was shining light to a very simple thing in his mind he wasn't I don't feel like he was like everyone's saying that. He ruined his the narrative of him ruining his the job interview. And how you I mean that is a perspective hip two types of mindsets people who who are employees and there's people employers right so I like. We always do that like with like. Why do you name your children like my mom named Me Owen? Because she wanted me to be able to get a job but I don't WanNa work for anybody. You know what I mean like. Look what you did your your own I wanna I WANNA be my own employer. I'm still currently working working with people in Weird ways but my spirit is that of an employer so my spirit is my my inner spirit is a dude named like you know. Look of a D'Amato just whatever you know. Like I have a yes. So he does looking at a guy if he was if he was more. I hate to say this but if he was like more If he knew how to hit those talking points was more like pointed in specific. I don't WanNa say ticket but just marketer marketer into what he was trying to do and could be really clear I don't think any of this would be like they see. I kinda think to to me. I felt like he felt like he thought as soon as he realized that the media wouldn't be allowed to go right. Go to the tryout. All his trust is all just trust because why wouldn't the whole. NFL show off all the owners already said they colluded against him anyway. Why why wouldn't they all show up and then all the owners come out afterwards? It'd be like he's not good and nobody there from the media could be like we saw it because you know what I'm saying. There's only they would control the narrative. As far as that's concerned I understand like why couldn't the owners allow the media in there because you know what I'm saying there was something that is everybody's a little to kind of blade here like. Why couldn't they have bent on that and said look we're GONNA ALLOW ESPN to cover it? We're GONNA Lau one play. NFL NETWORK NFL network is is the one place it's going to be allowed to cover. Why couldn't the NFL network? Lean on the owners. You get down to. Hey let's cover this thing we're gonNA shoot. We're going to record this because I think they didn't want him to get that important To be that important this to go away and so that it Bagi with that I agree with a lot of that and I feel like he was just trying to take his power back and move it to this this place now the execution of it is what everyone was happy more and then they were talking about the shirt that he wore A. It's like yeah I mean is but but it's like you said like on certain on a certain level just wear plain shirt man. Don't let anything if I'm him and this is what talk about the don't let anything get get in the way of what you're trying to do any if you WANNA get back in the league right but what is it. What what can you do more? Where could he do more good for whatever he's trying to do? Is it in the League or is it against the league in moments like this. That's the question. Well I mean when the play okay so there but I feel like the thing that he was taking a knee for is still occurred. Yes and so what he took me for. I don't really see anyone of influence and power addressing doing doing doing the best they could to try to address it. You know what I mean early. Yeah he has brought awareness to it To some people who weren't ready to see it or hear it and then so now you gotta deal with the time it takes for people cheaper to go through all of that but I don't know what more we can dummy. He's not working in that. I don't know how much money you got like from from Nike. Achey should have gotten a lot and yeah and I think you know. But that's the whole thing.
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Isn't GonNa quarterback the biggest. It's taken a quarterback. That's sure the jets are. I'm looking at the worst teams those two dollars. Bingo is definitely taken coordinator the Lsu quarterback or tour one of those Oregon or the Oregon Guy. He's I don't watch a lot Oregon football now. The tackle we we drafted. I'm sure he'll work out fine but he gets hurt the first day and frigging unbelievable Ebel. I'll be nothing changes ownership changes. I couldn't agree more. He could care less. Don't give up. You're taking a NAP during the game. You must think it's awful tesol. I still like him better myself. Iran him AH sucks because when you see when you see like living up here now you see the excitement for the raiders. The measure like. I'll listen Aladin. San Diego when the charge on Suppo I lived in. DC when the Redskins went to the Super Bowl I lived in San Antonio and the cowboys on the Super Bowl. I there's nothing like and I'm in a different city every week. There's nothing like going into a city and they're excited about their football team comes up the Morales better everything everything May. That's just COPA will get there someday. I think we will you know well Carson Palmer wrote that article and he basically laid out. After he got louder I went to the front office told them this is what we need. This is what I need to make. Continue these playoff runs successful and they'd like disregard them. I'm out here. I can't do play. He was a stud too big time basically said we would have to win in spite of ownership and and they did it really did with the playoff runs. They had a decent squad. They went eight no couple times like you said we. Unlucky would draft picks All where it was a great draft pick any don't was good you later. Game was the It was just a run a good drafts. The last couple the years have been a run. A terrible drought excited run July. There's a guy I talked about his name Zim in who day Graham and everything else he caught man he calls he the the guidelines of Baltimore. He's a huge huge bengals fan but everything he says pans out and never seen it like it. He said he said it last draft to go. Kill Lamar Jack Gill He. He changed the families. He changed the franchise. He's exciting. You'll get them. Stop worrying about if he runs too much. The Guy knows what he's doing. All he does does is play football his whole life. His mom's coach has mommy's GonNa Backyard and hit with input on paths. Gatti's fun to watch. He's all does play football. Chiesa he goes. And he's GonNa quarterback position elevates the rest of the teams in and then. I'm watching to Seattle in Monday night. and Ah man Seattle hasn't had the best offensive line but Russell Wilson just makes plays behind your data and I can't believe we could have have a market. Yeah Air we could hold on. We have a whole no. The cheese picked homes right after us. Okay so we we have a nice day the ten pack. No no we could hat. How could have had him? That's what I'm saying. I I don't how do you miss that. I don't get it. Jesus go heels mahomes I'd probably kick themselves an ASS. Though as the bears. The bears traded up to get Mitchell. trubisky Patrick Mahomes could heal bed. He started feeding Ohio that too. Well we like the kid running back David Montgomery kid I mean the great kid. Great Great family. The you know David Montgomery you know your best friend Larry. Yeah it has to resign D for the high school that David went to how healthy and his dad took care of my dad in the hospital round. My Dad was dying. And that's the connection because he said come watch my son play. You gotTA come watch my son but you said David Montgomery Still Texas Tina write her her name. Tina yeah she he still texts are all the time because he he signed with the bears and Any by explore. Yeah Puna. Who'd been in all your team as what are you doing? He's like I was going for so he's just a great kid. It really is family and then and even after the gains whether it's good or bad whether it's great game round frustrated he still Texas. Tina assured us that that was his athletics. Athletics Rector Right. Yeah and they're still. He came to amount healthy game this year by week. Yeah he came and just showed up and Tina and her husband were there. I was going to go to the game and missed it and he just showed up to see Tina pretty much shies sky. He really is yeah. You helped out with the whole team when they play Retell Wanda a menu but the team later my dad did this class Monday. So is is the name of south one high isolated Ohio so every year The boosters always contact me and I pay for one game I get the team to and and this particular game that tell us by Mahaffey. Amount healthy is a lower income Bourbon Aka probably black. And so I'm I'm getting I buy tell one is up team dinner somehow. My Dad Tells Tina that I'm GonNa buy me a healthy team. Also when I say that when I never mouth and so now I'm getting all these messages. He is on basement. Thank you so much for me from Albany Exposition accommodate messaging. I fucked up head to buy dinner for like daylight half inch. That's that's I don't think about the frontier align you should know he got two bucks came through you can't i. Did I bought. I bought both teams James Dinner. And the funniest thing about it is tele- Wanda's coach was very particular on what they should. There's no need salads. Pasta Duffin often fried that it up. About how coach went on you for any real care so talented guy. Salad and Pasta victim. MT healthy got Jimmy Johns with chips and so offered Jimmy Johns. I tell one because like next and I get with Kosan I wanted and I want to carve up eat healthy gets Greens and get it. Valley has these kids in Eaton. Sometimes go so what have you would ever so I bought Mt Healthy Jimmy. Johns Tell WanNa pass Jimmy Johns and MT healthy beat the crap out of my mouth that night and I go yeah well. The chips didn't affect them but ham and cheese had no cynical number of whatever they want a piece of pizza for breakfast watched him. Oh my God this kid can put it away. Well Dad Finance California. Got Him on the podcast talking about Isis Gary to get some pockets if you WANNA unlisted my podcast just go to twos search Garryowen past tag..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Why are you staying there? He was complaining about the cleanest alien staff dirty. And then I go just been the extra fifty dollars exam diesel tower and then you wake up the next day your whole mindset is I just like okay. Everything's good. He instead of doing that. And he's sitting in the shit hole but it at like I said it's all about where were you. Stay who you're with things of that. Nature are absolutely yep by think you people get so caught up in shaving a buck. Yup You know instead of just saying you know what it's GonNa and honestly when it's often you'll never miss the higher power us. I've learned my lesson big taken years and years but I yes he will complain about your the room. It's like get your shit. Yeah you're right because you would say every time I stayed with this guy. I don't get any sleep Meghan. I just took me a while to come on like maybe I just spring for my room. Then you wake up refreshed broker. I know it really is good so you. Here's what I was getting. Yellow sidetrack was side. said he wants to grand rapids Come to the show and then I'm gonNA come back the CINCY after grand rapids. I can just ride back with you. Stay in my apartment and Cynthia okay. That sounds good. And then you I said won't you see Kayla and Matt WanNa go my sister on her husband because they live in Detroit and like all right. We're in we're all coming us. Great I'll tell and then Kayla says yet That's that said you wanted to go the MGM and Detroit. Tomorrow I go. I never said that. Never know how it just little belge. I know it because I they say that today. I mean do that Shit. But it's my. They all came like we knew it. We knew it sound right but where I where I put my phone my mouth not necessarily my mouth was so you're out here and you know somebody comes out the busy for three days Y- Sometimes you get caught up in. Just let's just. The main thing is to spend time together but you get caught up in. I WANNA do stuff while you're here so I said Hey I just think on the schedule for the seahawks Monday night. And you're like yeah. It sounds good. I'll miss the phone calls but then when I thought about wait a minute. He Land Sunday so Sunday as day. Go See rob and his wife and the baby my cousin his wife baby and then Row San Francisco a little bit and then we give it to my house. Awesome you catch up with the grandkids and pulse at Monday's the game but and then we also have Tuesday then Wednesday. You leave so I was. It's like well. Mondays Hadid Veterans Day. You had said you WANNA go to NAPA so my brain is like Monday makes more sense to go to Napa because we're not going to rush rush hour no is going to work that day and everything else so I told you let's Let's go to skip the game. GO TO NAPA like fine my son who's never asked to go to. NFL football game. His life wakes up Monday morning. Did we go game. Game what we know the forty-nine seahawks team I go shit so I'm calling everybody. I know that works at the forty niners front office Couple agents. I'm I'm calling everybody. Anybody got season tickets. I don't mind taking Arabs. Tapped out because the game and I waited so everybody said the same thing Jerry. Mid Week calls mid week ago I know. Oh it's not a big deal. Sorry so now. I'm like we want to do is. My Dad was like NAPA NAPA California. If you're not from here you I think we're watering the beaches right. Thank God I called my Buddy Rick User Creek. ESPN analyst writer and he lives in this area called half half Moon Bay California if you WanNa know what happened bay. Is Google no crime. It's utopias per fees but his neighborhood sits on a cliff and at the bottom cliff is the ocean on a beach. It's not busy at all so we go over Rick's the West game and then rick funny because his wife Rick's like I can't get anything out of it can't get no food kingdom hook like that Seles Aguirre's come over. She's he's woke up every apple crisp chilly Wayne's Guacamole Salad. Every every aside did you want and so he's got this dog vs they'd say from a shelter and he takes us dog down the beach and we go down down there and at the beats we. It was like our own private beach. Nobody was down there. We took a trail. And I. You know footprint no it was like we once and then beans like could be the smartest dog I've ever saving a life. Yeah Rick Scott a Frisbee health throw it be is go get it and bring it back to you and and if we throw in the water going to our at some point she got to sandy just jumped into water and start swimming like around in circles cleaner stuff off And then at one point she took like it was low tide so there was these big rocks to heart. Black rocks are beautiful if she hopped up on the rock like she said it was low. Low tide ship right there. Rick You thinking Shit. He goes fish foods in the ocean. I go I'll be eating chicken tonight and Rico's a saltwater diabetic to the dogs will fit so we walked about an hour and then our back and cool. We've been hit these pockets doc. It's where it was too deep to cross to jump swear to white walk the knee high water the all the way up there and my dad classic Midwest where that that does Jeff Yeah. He were Jesus to beach. So we get back and then we started the frizzy. Now there's like three or four teenage girls eight. Oh Yeah and they saw the Frisbee and the dog and then beans would bring the Frisbee to them and they throw any. Bring it back Jack. He's got a teeny wishes on at the at the rate here. That ship is a pussy. Meg doubt about. Oh my God I I had to do my life over again with doll. Yep so any out there that has a son and you want to signed girl get go. Don't get a personal trainer dog and dog trainer and teach. That dog had to just run back and forth. Obey them. Girls were all. It was five girls by the time we left all strung dog near where they were like mad. Dog left though they were they were. Then we get up the rick's house and that dog couldn't move. It was done. I mean they can barely walk me through so tired or a great the house. I like that and now I have a dog daisies over social media and I I never understood the whole attachment dogs like if you dog dies. People cry I never got it and now he might offer seven years. And you think about you like I can't imagine my household without your love. Myth you are you you had a dog grownup brandy so great dog and in your logic to dog here on a Saturday time he'd come over. I Hate Benadryl. I mean she she just I just love this dog. Dog and I was has springer Spaniel have colleges to mud But she didn't even need a leash. I mean I got her spayed and she would stay I. Would it actually run what I walked with her. I'd go hide that she like Lucy with me. She was just just a great dog. The fifteen years tank fifty seven. Shit Claire Five. Yes and They had put her down and that is our day. Well they start. She was in pain And they start Chipman House else. They get barest It's time you know she suffered. This doesn't have any quality of life so I told her that they know coaches they get in the car. Then what's going on put her head in my lap Washed her they injected washed. Your take your last breath and I cried myself to sleep for a couple of weeks and like Oh sure. Yeah yeah no I mean it was just the little dog is nothing like it. Just pure adulterate love. They just love you and you're going to do that nowadays. Today's is great. She's now it's crazy when you have dog then you start watching dog videos over the Internet. The wonders one. I saw where a guy he was faking like he was drowning. And so this hill. And he's like Oh the frigging dog. The one thing I've learned about dogs being a dog earned. Now Yeah they they. They'll give have their own life. Save your sure they will like. There's there's no self preservation we know and this it was like a was like a rottweiler. Thank you he came through the fantasy and it's like a circle and trying to figure out and it's like a superman died the pool. You're saying round his wrists and dragged. ooh Yeah and there was another one another. This was a cat the cat no okay the cat. Somebody's posted it and they knew cats for smart. 'cause I always look at Catholic there. Judge catch you sit and stare. Did baby was on the on the second floor of his house and it was getting ready to cross on the stairs and this cat jumped off the dresser and got farther down in the navy when when I got on the series it has to pull it up. Yeah Geez now. Dong video I saw there was a little girl and she was up near Lake and she was trying to reach for something lake and the dog came to Annan Goddard. Poder back like she was. The dog was scared she was gonNA fall all in. I guess and grabbed her grabbed her by the Blouse and pulled her back. Now when you know more about dogs ninety what's your take on pit bulls because there was is a time where people like they should be illegal. Should be though I love it. I would not wanNA piss a pit bull lawf- I mean they can do some serious damage. But I don't have any problem with pit bulls I I just. I don't know I. It seems like the owners is a pit bulls love that dogs must've thought brandy so and they are just as loyal so I just got a stronger bite. That's all my God anything. It's all about upbringing. Thanks to all and it's also same thing with the human race right. That'd be a crazy one. Every now is there is his Co.. Crazy no crazy dog hole. It's it's almost similar meeting how they talk about dogs if it's similar to race relations when people so somebody will do something and the will though blast the race on the TV and we'd like the people judge the whole race to sing with dogs. Pit Bull Bison bike pit bulls a crazy new those killer now see owner in. If if you train a dog right and it'd be a pit bull would be fine. I think you know I don't know if I get one but I. Yeah I like Mutts. It seemed like they last longer they live longer. You know less problems so I don't know we had no I. We had a dog and I told numerous crazy. Stepdad stories passed but we had a dog. And we had it for like. I'm not lying two weeks and my stead their vows. I talked talk stupid. I don't know he's doing. This is funny. It's kind of funny so I'm home. The dog and it was it was a Alexander was wasn't allergic allergic so wasn't shed and rats. We're just GONNA take it out to one of these country. Roads and a farmer will get it right plus a race. Basically we take this doll and we drop it off and the middle of nowhere outside Oxford Ohio and awesome..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"When I when if you've been the comedy store. I didn't assume everybody knew me. I just thought maybe they don't know who I am. You know and I I imagine the all the headliners will but if you're a new comic coming up and I don't on the comedy story I don't. I don't know if you know who I am overnight so it's Kinda sitting back almost like a fly on the wall so I'm not being standoffish. I'm just trying to assess the situation like what's going on comedy club tonight who knows me who doesn't but I there at the time I knew everybody at the Comedy Club all the comedy clubs when you're when you I get to L. A. and you're open mic and you everybody now I go there. I don't know half the people I'm like. I'm not sure that it is like I know a lot of people's faces val and everybody's names <hes> so on a sign note though this week I watched the Chris Harran. He did a <hes> thing on E._S._P._N.. Called the first day and Chris hern is we've been friends for four years now. I'm at Chris when when my brother passed away in May of two thousand fifteen I'm Chris that October. They had this benefit in Washington D._C.. Called facing addiction and there was a big constantly aerosmith. was there joe off from the Eagles was it crow Sheryl Crowe Alison Sarajevo Sheryl Crow was their doctor is it was a huge huge event on the mall in D._C.. Now the concert was Saturday night the big concerts Saturday Saturday night and but they had a comedy show on Friday night so I asked to do the comedy show and they put put me on. It was me bill burr kind of kit member who else there were some great conversation show though Tig Tikhon Aguirre she was on it but so I go up and that was the night that was the night on that comedy show that I I had voiced publicly how my brother died and I said on stage and then I found out Kris. Hammer is going to be speaking the next day because they would have music exco up and then in between the music acts different. <hes> people would tell other stories of of people in recovery of how because that's the thing I've learned you never say somebody is an ex addict there in recovery because really you're always an addict. The addiction is always there. It's just now your recovery so they had all these people in recovery that spoke in between the music acts and would tell their give their testimony until her story and Chris was one of the people that was going to be speak him and so you had thousands on top of thousands of people there for the concert outdoor concert but then they had like a private tent where the artists could hang out and then you know sponsors and everything and they were serving food and and stuff like that no drinks no drinks in the recovery ten I almost said food and drinks drinks water soda juice Gatorade but Christmas people speak in so that's what we met that day and then we exchanged info and we stayed in touch and actually got him to come the my high school a year later to speak speak at my high school as part of my my T._v.. Show and I had the Gary Owen show so but Chris put stipulations that we couldn't record record him speaking to my school so we recorded him in my house giving me advice because I talked to the kids to my high school about addiction and Childhood Trauma and I knew why he didn't want us to speak because I was like he doesn't doesn't want. He doesn't want one. He didn't want his words cut up like his when he talks the kids it's for an hour and a half straight and it signs in the room and he didn't want his meshes to be cut it up into a three minute bit..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Well, it's in a little bag, little suction, whatever I'm just giving an example, fuck up got twins, goddamn took every so bitter, Tuta anyways. Yes, it was Warren. That was that, if you asked me, an asshole. Yes. And still to this day, I have seen around the people. You know, I don't know. Maybe here's my thing when people weren't Astle to like that. I just think they probably think they're better than me is what I take it. That's how I'd turn like things. I'd be looking at it like this, and their brand like this, he's not worthy, cause I've seen worn out around other people that he didn't know, and he was cool when he thought they were his level, even that night, soon Bill, just know this. No. Hold on, even the Super Bowl, I song get introduced to a couple of guys off onto us that was early. Dylan Matt Dillon and another guy. And he he the person introduce them. Demo was smiling more was smiling, giving them half five this damn. And here's these me. Well, the good thing that you should know is regardless, if he thought he was better than you at any point, you can think you've never had to negotiate a pay for pussy so bear. This is just put it all in perspective. How good warns that is or is not. So lucky you. Okay. Yeah. All right. Henry ever had to negotiate a new embrace pretty. You. One year house looking. Cooking soldier necklace. Yeah. So happy for buzzing around about what. All right, man. I will know allow you ended on, we ended strong anyways Spokane you won't see this weekend. Let me know hookers ever. Good Spokane our, we're going with this anyways. This gets get some podcasts. Had shit. I'm sorry. It's fine. It's fine. Let let let her have her moment. If you want to listen to my podcast, just go to IT twos. Search Gary Owen pass tag. Get some..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"She's charming. So you wonder why do you guys seem with her when he realized their business, probably going out there? And then when you meet her you talk to, oh, they have a way to sucks you in, man. And OJ was the same way like I'm having a conversation that we all buddies is like I left it like the Wendy Williams said that about him when she came on her show time, OJ, anytime you guys noticed whenever Wendy talks about OJ. It's almost like she has. The talk is always level. She said that she not on about Christmas. She said when he came on her radio show, and this, Wendy was notorious for going three on a radio show. She bring up all the dirt get your skin. She brought Oji on to try to, you know go at him. And he got her spy by halfway through she goes, I like you Jay and I didn't wanna like you. We'll she still talks very fun. I mean, finally, she does believe he she he killed Nicole Brown Simpson Simpson. But she tells about him fondly like, you know, always reminds us how handsome he is. And how charming he is and not talk so much about Wendy. But she is a nicer version of herself since this divorce, I think MS probably happy. But she clearly have. I've always liked twenty. Yeah. From job always said that. Yeah. Vocally she put me on her talk show when nobody else was, you know, when things I command came out, and I was in invited with all the other guys. Yeah. Which is let me be very good. This is not a knock on the other guys either. They got nothing to do with it. They're just showing up. But for whatever reason she was like, you know, I'll bring gear on after the movie comes out, and she did resin. We came out. She brought me on. So people go windy. That was really you're easy, likable guy. So I mean really who have you met that was famous that was you thought very rude or dismisses football players? Very famous ones. I guess, kinda dick where they at today. Well one's in the hall of fame. Wjm. Those one NFL players dick both times. Metabolic damn. I thought kissing times you meet p when you're, like might be having a bad day or amendment of club and be like why she didn't say anything. You're right. It was Warren Sapp peacefully with the buccaneers. Now, you know, so, Well, I, I don't want to say that, but he was asked to see here's what happened. Here's my two incidents with Warren is one. It was the Super Bowl in Tampa and Andre Johnson, Santana moss Clinton Portis. They all came to my show at the improv as their Super Bowl weekend, and they said, hey, we're going to this party at the hard rock come through as a great uncles there. And he's I could get the hang out with Andre Johnson on his uncle. I'm there I like hanging off those guys so Andre so low key less on on is Andre Johnson uncle, so Andre says I and this is so Andre. He's so low key to be one of the greatest swabs years ever. He goes just calm. When you get there, Gary, I wait outside for you, Andre waited outside the club for me to get there. So 'cause he's gotta walk him. So he walks in, and we go to this section that I don't know who section it is because all the hurricanes there, my all ex Miami hurricane Volvo players, so Santana's their warm wasn't at my show. So Andre goes eight is this, Gary Owen? I stick my hand at Warren, doesn't shake it. I got a head. He just looked at me. And I went okay, and then he walks away, and I was like, under what was that? He goes, once weird like it's fine. He's got to get to know you and I go all right? It's fine. And I'm listening when I go to people sections. I don't try to. Rank off their bottles..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Oh, we shouldn't do this, but they said, you know, they don't know if they're going with the white guy or a black guy yet. But just the bad part is I really put myself out there, like I called everybody. Yo I hate to do this, but I'm going to do it. Of fuck. Somebody just put you wish you had my flyest ride was that you wish you have my flies girl. My pimp del ride, and I said, am I big white dick? That's what I was gonna say in the movie, but I didn't get the part barbershop. Yeah, that's funny mortgage. Remember that part and looking at the live feed? But oh, so if anybody has any good vibes. Just put out there. I'm not gonna say pray he will say that, you know, pray for me to get this part. Look, there's so much she should be praying for. Let's just be honest. There's world hunger. There's rapists. There's murderers, there's people going through a lot worship that me trying to get a part in a movie. So I'm not gonna ask for anybody's prayers. Just good thoughts. Well wishes that's what I want out of this. But that movie can you tell I want it? I really want this part, hopefully, hopefully it'll happen if not I get it that is what it is. But I think he just put you keep putting out there in the universe and events. He comes back to you. That's the philosophy. I have you just keep putting out there and keep trying to grind in the Vince -ly it comes back to you, but not what you think, like, okay, I'll give an example for barbershop. I really want the part and barbershop, but I didn't get it. And. And I ended up the director Tim story, and we're going to him on think like a man, and I remember I told Mr. about barbershop, and he goes, I didn't know he was like that was my first movie and as I, I know I go, but it was crazy. I knew everything about the movie because I wanted the part so bad just like an over thing about fatherhood, but because I really wanted this part, but I really want this part, but I ended up working with Tim, eventually, on a movie that was bigger than barbershop, like, membership huge. So, you know, just hopefully hopefully it works out if not it is what it is. But whoever they pick probably gonna suck skill. Dangled do what I would have did with mother focus on his kid. All right. Let me recap. I'm in DC this weekend, June thirty to the thirteen to the sixteenth at the improv, and I'm shooting the pilot after that. And then I go, let me see I'm in Vegas, July thirteenth at the palms casino and everything else. Just go to Gary Owen dot com. If you want to schedule this, Gary along with the gift, some pockets seal next week. If you wanna listen to my podcast, just go to IT, tunes search Gary and past tag..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Semen experience, but it's supposed to get your tight. And right from from whoever you decide to get your seeming from you, choose even donor. Yes. I guess. Yeah. Like, you would choose who you would like to feel stupid. Why it is? It is the thing now and people are swearing by seamen facial who what people. People out there. I don't know. That'd be calling you out. And you have no answer to this one lady. I remember Dame. She said it really was great for her acting in the tight Lena, her skin say if you ever pay to go to Sima facial, AVI like mud diggers right here. I can Jack on your face right now and spread it. Okay. Okay. All over. All right. Okay. You have charged out of your neck Sima facial ears information. It just similarly look how area cow my hair burning that Owen. I gotta see him facial head massage that I'm just saying you want some that on your face. Thing. So the impact. Oh god. All right. You have to grow up. You're so immature you brought up. See them face is just saying it is they thinking what thing going. Okay. Listen, anybody in the comments section. Have you ever heard of a seaman facial that someone's going to pay put some stranger semen on your face ain't have to pay you? If your husband or partner has good clean semen you can use their semen. I'm just saying Shelia freak right now. You sound like a freak. Well, y'all got past. Oh, I don't wanna know about that talked about Nike. None on your face saying. If you have if you're curious you could just make sure your partner doesn't drink or like take medication six to eight hours before your try semen situation. So I'll eat organically for a week. And then nut all know. I'll give you that. Big facial cement. Vegan facial. It was just some information. I'm gonna look it up. Please even facials. I'm just gonna go to porn hub dot com. That's all I gotta do. I'm telling you, it is a thing. So so do they do me that they put like plugs in your ear in your mouth? I don't think get in your nose. I don't know speaking. Gary nine one two five we did upon. So the salt pause the float floating spas. Yes. The flow spas. You a poxy doesn't like an egg. Yes. It is. It's room temperature water, and it's like. Oh, gallons and gallons of Epsom salts. Yeah. Can you float in it? Yes. And it's supposed to I went to sleep. You know, you didn't read the wall. I didn't read the directions I just jumped in. So when you do these floats balls the guy will walk you through real quick. Basically you're supposed to all your clothes off. Can you put a bathing suit on? Something that's private China. It's fine Epsom salt is fine for the posts, I should per poodle. Get enough information because I didn't out to hardly draining. It how were they clean it? You know, I was very distracted. So no, I didn't read the direction it was warm water. And I just thought you were supposed to get into I reved. I listening naked. But knew I was asleep. 'cause I turn the light off in the room. You left the light on the room? And then he got light coming in through the pot. And you know, you just float and it does feel like you're only in there for five minutes. Also, it's done an hour, and you wake up, and you're like did I float? And then did I go to sleep? And I did. But you didn't do you just sat there I was doing it. Because you're literally like suspended like we'll talk with the water. So I was doing like if I were a gymnast like in my head. This is only save.
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"When we went over that. But it never it never contorted to our body. We're just a hard as bed. So we returned it and got a new fluffy. Nice mattress. So. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So let me let me go over my schedule June eighth. I'm filming my next Showtime special. It's called. I don't know what I'm gonna call you. It's either going to be called white crack bread or doing what I do. I'll ask you guys. What should I if you see me live than you probably know what I'm talking about those jokes? What should I call my Showtime special doing what I do or white crack bread which one? Yeah. I'll let you guys decide. Let me see Dallas, Texas. I'm coming may thirtieth thirty first days are may. I'm not sure it'll June third basically that last weekend it may first week in June. I'm at the Addison improv and then June thirteen to the sixteenth. I'm in Washington DC at the improv next week may nine to the twelfth. I'm in Virginia Beach, and the funny bone Virginia Beach, then we care for that. I'm in Saint Louis at the helium comedy club in Saint Louis. Like, I said any any time you want to know what my schedule is just go to Gary Owen dot com. Looks like doing what I do is the that that seems to be the what you guys want to me to call my special. So I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna do that. And I'll I'll go from there had interesting morning. I'm gonna get into my stuff in a minute. But instrument my daughter got in a car wreck this morning, she's fine. She's healthy. But this is this is where you got to not rush to judgment before, you know, the whole story because I'm at the barbershop, but give him a haircut fresh as you can see and my daughter calls and goes dead. I just got in a wreck she goes. But I'm okay. And then I was like swan about the pool. I just put it in the barshop like I was getting out of my car. I'm about to get my car to go get her as he has mom's here, and I'm assuming it's her fault. She sixteen teenager. I am been Iraq knock on wood. Ever neither as my wife, and she just now gets her license like three months ago, and she's in a wreck. So I'm thinking, it's her fault. Now, it wasn't her fault. We we live in a new neighborhood there. It's a gated community in their building. All these homes all around our house. So there's construction workers and construction, trucks and dirt trucks. It's just a lot going on. And one of the guys didn't see her any backed up when I'm big dirt trucks into her car. Bam. So she's okay. Everybody's okay. But it wasn't her fault. I was like, wow. Glad interested judgment. Because in my brain. I was like yes, she did that she got in that Rick. But I will save my daughter. She's a responsible driver. So I take it back. But yeah as little Fender bender today. And I guess the the the big news of the week was John singleton passing away his family's taking. Him off life support. And it just got me thinking like I've run into John probably twenty times in my life. Good guy. Nice guy. We talked a few times never got the opportunity to work with them. But once it's weird when when someone passes away, that's when you start to think about all their accomplishments and life in what they've done, you just it's like, it's a time to reflect love you'll say, we gotta give people love why they're here. And we I think a lot of times you do give people love whether here, but well, somebody passes away. That's when you start to reevaluate somebody's life. And I was thinking the the movies that made the biggest impact on me as far as John singleton was obviously.
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"When you when you were in the NBA like that. You're more worried about the team and the coaching, you know, because let's be honest, the NBA facilities are all nice. Remember, be nice and others. But every NBA locker rooms nice. Every you know, you're getting the best of the best on the road with the hotels and everything. So but the thing about is. I mean with Oakland. There's just not I don't think there's any five star hotels. There is the Marriott downtown now. Everybody stays in San Francisco. I think all the NBA teams thing in San Fran when he come here. So just logistically it does make good socks. But it just makes more sense to have in San Francisco, but I wish Oklahoma Bill like a Ritz or somewhere on the water some high end. So they could keep an NBA team here. God that was so much fun last night. That was one of the best times. I had. I want to you at an NBA game with you. You all know you almost four. It's I know somebody shoots a basket. I mean, I used to work Kenya. When you go to game. Will you be so lost? I'll be looking at that. You could be on the phone the the lies. They tell what not when it comes to basketball. I ain't never been lost maybe football and maybe baseball, but baseball is too. Damn long seven innings is enough. Who's the best who's the best players more than who's the greatest NBA player of all time. The greatest NBA player magic. I can say Larry Bird for you. What's magic last name, Charleston authors? Say jackson. Magic Jackson drawn. I remember we were always hyped about Jordan, but maybe because of our aid chart, but listen, we are up this up once again rest in peace, nipsy hustle condolences. The Lauren London, my heart just goes out to those kids man family is whole family, friends and just anybody that. You know, like me that knew he was a rapper. Didn't know everything that came with him outside of rap. I'm just so inspired by the man in the things that he did. And this come from a middle aged white dude who likes rap, but isn't a hip hop head. I'm just inspired by everything he was doing like, he got my just got my my juices flow in like, my creative juices. I like, I you can really, you know, there's really no excuses. You just got to get out there and make it happen. I mean granted you do need. I hit it. We'd be like I'll just do by myself. Everybody's some kind of help, you know. But just seeing the lives he touched in an impact he was having on on his community. It just inspiring anybody. That knows it. She knows of him. Just you know, I just wanna share that that dude. Inspire me. And I hate that it had to happen in death that I was I was with. And that's the thing just him. You know, his last day go into the clothing store to get some clothes for a buddy. His that was in prison. I mean God damn dude. Just amazing that that's the person is that he didn't need to post it on Instagram and Facebook to say, hey can love you the. Yeah. Headed down here to close. My home is getting out whenever like, why are you doing that? Because you're trying to get some, you know likes the comments, you know, what I mean, he just did it. He just did it 'cause it was really trying to help people out. So yeah, if you inspire me man, I hate it had to happen that way. But just know you did and your life wasn't in vain. It was an inspiration. And you think in everything you wanna leave your Mark. And you left your Mark in thirty three years, and you definitely were an asset to society, and that's all you want. That's all I wanted to my kids I want when it's also known. They were the world was a better place because they were there than than not. So you wanted to people, and he definitely left his Mark. So are y'all this is Gary Owen? On with the guests on podcast. We'll see you next week. If you want to listen to my podcast, just go to I tunes. Search Gary Owen hashtag to get some.
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Winston do. Emily were man. We're good. But the white mom looks down at the white dad, and she's like Honey, can you? There's annoyed belts. Like, could you go? Check it out. And he goes, I'm busy. He's literally listen to music on the little recliner with a drink just chilling, and I can't go. Oh, that's me. That is me even have to say it battles thinking. I was like I will have to go check. Oh without question. I don't say it's fine. He said, it's a pizza pizza. I'm like, why am I going outside the die now? No. We're safer inside fell, mama. Go off. Right. Here's something. I'm like. Yeah. Gary there. The. Going outside. You know, the look after get out and go check to make sure everybody's safe. I will instrument and Mika post. I'm like this. Hey who's ever outside of our house? You're there, and I have a million and a half mile away. So I want my followers to find my address. Tick somebody. Yeah. That was funny, man. There's there's good comedic relief moments like subtle, and that movie that was really good. Yeah. Great. And I wanna come on come agent like waiting for that. Damn. Sometimes you see movie like I should've went in red for that have rocked that. That's a movie I saw I was like, oh, man. Like that. Yeah. Austin's good us is really good. You didn't like it. But I liked it. Really good is putting a lot on it. But that's okay. I thought it was really good after I read the comments and thank you Instagram for help me figure it out. So Instagram did help me answer a few questions that I have and about it. But it was they didn't help me. So I do understand it better NASO. If I saw it again, you know, I have maybe a heads up. Maybe it would be an aid instead of six and eight seventy if you knew what was about. I don't know. It was a good movie generous, the movie was a six it was just okay. I think there was so much hype around it to that didn't live up to the high the couldn. There's no way could that's what I'm saying to get out was the bar so high there's no way to live up to the higher, but you know, people about the the level of its scariness. I an honest person. It was it was it was like that fake scary. By will never happen. Whereas that pet cemetery. I can you. I was looking at the the the trailer like like this like it was Gary. Okay. This is what have we wanted to go see the movie too? So we went to a theater where you you buy your tickets in advance, and you reserve your seats..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"But when Kim becoming on like this look as the shaven that'd be something. He's making their day about Jumanji to is really shaping up to be something special. You wish he'd be shaving some special? Now good this thing man, but some special. I think Jumanji one was supposed to be really really good. Wasn't it you I didn't see it. I mean, I did not see it. So too could be and this is what I say. I was saying us is very thought provoking. So I didn't want my money back because very thought provoking in the end after hearing people talk about it. And I don't know what the hell is going on. So maybe I'm done for the movie for us. Yeah. Somebody should I didn't understand. I understood it once I once I posted on social media. Maybe wanna see it again. Like Libby wanted to run back into theater? I'm not gonna wait. What's on HBO? Yeah. But this one thing when you go see us, we don't give it away get on YouTube and just search us the movie, and then people will break down certain scenes at an end go see the beauty of it is everyone has a different take. I kinda the same. Yeah. But it's a little different. Like a lot of people have different takes about us. And I thought that was that was bring on his part angry that is brilliant on his part. So. Goes. But you didn't like it. I just thought it was okay. Okay. Not like an okay, just two different things. Like, there's some movies. I had turned all fix. Okay. Sixers and band that was that's a d. No one to ten. Yeah. We'll get out was there's a ni-. Yeah. But but but as far as we're rating, the movie itself was a six, but the fact that he makes you think and wonder and ask questions that was a ten. The acting was a tin is good, man. God, she's good. I think the father has some great comedy relief. Who's he the the data in the movie that was from the Black Panther? Are. We as disrespectful you. We should probably you should probably research that frequently podcast show. We I know Know who's. who's at the garden by panther. Oh, wow. Chevy bozeman. Yeah. Michael b Jordan was the dad, right? No right now, the kids are good. He was everybody was what the the white day was funny as shit in that movie the dance. Yeah. Yeah. The white dad was because there's a seam in the movie where the there's there's there's a la- pizza, and then there's the white family this lady the white mom looks down and says to her husband. She's like, Honey, there's a noise outside. All it's Winston Duke. It's your last name should have known that is related to you. God dang. I never figured defied dignified..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"But it was a weird kind of scary. It wasn't like I can't ever be at home like that pet cemetery movie that they are advertising. Scare and so I will ever ever see that. This was like. Oh, no like fake scary. I don't know. It wasn't like it wasn't what I was able to see it. And it was fine. But houses, okay? But you know, what? The here's the problem with with Jordan Peele is get out. Well, no, he set the bar so high with get out it's hard to come in. He should have made like Kiana to where did like a a slapstick comedy. 'cause man when you come out like with get out as your first direct to'real writer debut almost like Shalam on when he did the six cents. Yeah. It's like dude the bar so fricking high. It's like nothing you can do is going to compare to. But the, you know, the studio don't really care. There's like look everyone's gonna go see this, right? Let's make money off this, right? But then when I read the Congo. See it I want to be supportive. So I want you to go and see it. Well, you can't say you don't like a movie, and then tell people to go see it. You are not me. So you may really enjoy able to kind of like, can you really enjoy the movie I am just saying for me. It was. All right. That's what I would like to say. But please go see it. Avas good. I didn't believe they're like I want my money back. It was not as good as listen. It's was not as good as get out. And I wish more people could be honest and just say that just say, hey, hey, this movie's really good it's gonna make you think you're probably gonna wanna see it twice. But it's probably not gonna be as good as get. You the only person I've ever heard say something like that was the creator of breaking bed, the creator breaking bad said, look, we're doing better call Saul. And it's a really good show. But listen, it is not breaking bad. He didn't say it was as good or word. He goes in a break in bed. So he basically said look don't be going there with expectations break in band. It's a really honestly breaking basil all time favorite shows. But better call Saul is frigging, really good. Not as good as breaking bad. But a really good show that I enjoy watching a lot. But you wish people would say that and not the not to throw Kevin Hart on the bus. But I'll just do it real quick. Okay. When Kevin does when he does movies, and he makes comments like we have raised the bar. All this one's shaping up to be something special. I feel like Kevin like Kevin. Let's just be honest your best movers. Think like a man it was by far that movie, there's no holes in that movie. The movie where he's carrying from the okay? Why that's not a comedy though. And I'm sorry. I'm just talking about comedy. Yeah. The upside. Yeah. I wanna see. No. Yeah. It's really good. It's really good. I watched it on the plane, actually. But let's just be honest. The best movie think like a man, and I'm a little biased because I was in it. I'm a little biased..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Are they going to let her sit in a room with me, what a police a talking to me about my bad attitude or do they separate or do? They call. You know, it was a lot of stuff going on Uber. Yeah. I really. And you know, when you what your kids you just move differently because you, you know, you're trying to be more adult like, so you're not moving like you still at ninety eight MacArthur. You know, eighteen years old you're trying to just do things differently. You know, do you don't find it also like car when you're in a kids, and you really want to express some road rage. 'cause somebody probably deserves it. But you don't okay. But you think in your mind these goddamn kids were not in this car. Do you know what I mean, you just try to move differently? True true while I'm glad you made the right decision. A dingo off just. Then you got home safe. And we did have a we have good lunch at day would found a nice little spot in walnut creek called sunrise bistro. It's actually very sweet a nice light calmed her down a lot. It really did the French toast. Thank you guys for that. Thank you. So anyways. Let's let's go to something fan lighter this ladder. Oh, there's definitely liner. We went and saw the movie us, I still got questions. And this is another good thing about social media. We go see the movie us, I walk other confuses shit. And also, and I make a postal my Instagram about the movie and people just broke it down in the comments. And I was like, oh, oh, yeah. That's why the Rapids. They're the tethered were eating them. Got it. Can you say spoiler? What she used a spoiler. There's not that many people. This is be real it ain't like millions or watching this podcast lab right now. Spoiler alert. We're good trust. It made seventy million. It's probably over one hundred billion by now more fun. You know? So the four of you that are listening there may be a few spoilers. Yeah. But here's the here's the thing. Jordan, Peele, his brain works. So far ahead of everybody else's because now I wanna see the movie again that it's been broken down to me. And I can watch it again and realize some of the some of the comments and the like when the four tethered people showed up the red that's on the red. And the you know lupita was talking to herself as the lady red. She was making statements that now when you watch like, oh, oh that makes sense. Oh, okay. So it was it was interesting, man. So my okay, I don't get because I don't want to spoil anything is. You know, like so everything that's going on with me in delta and people being sold supportive. You know peel being a, you know, a black writer director. Reducer. I loved get out. I want to be supportive to. I like the movie about. Okay. I'm sorry. It was just okay. It's me. Now. I don't like scary movies..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"I said hold on. So I want to play you kidding me? I am. I am on this flight. There's no way I'm on this flight. And I'm like so now see has the now take my ticket and let me on the plane. So I said, and I'm on the phone, I go. Oh, yeah. Forgot Diane told me to call. He said literally, she goes, she'll, sir. Grow up, but behind me. So now, I'm in line waiting to get on the plane, right? And the guy behind these dying laughing, and I go I'm sitting here looking at everybody. I can't go on this flaming this is crazy. I made it and then she took she ripped up motherfucker. So that's what I'm saying that wasn't a racial issue. But it was an interaction between the white the black lady that I could have been like all the black ticket agents at delta all bad. No. That was just one lady that had to any. What's crazy? I still see her. I to this day remembers. I don't know that was like five years ago. That was hysterical though. I can't believe I got on Sar grow up. When I told the lady only hundred Dan told me to call. She was so pissed got an my luggage made it boom, my luggage. Megan, and I made it both of them. But you know, that was just again that was this lady having a bad day the way she talked to me though with. So like, I was looking are like look, I'm diamond on delta fly every week. I know the rules. I probably know the rules more than most of the flight attendants and then our ticket agents. I'm sorry, and oh she was hot. She was hot or the guy behind me. We laughed the whole way. Even when I got off the plane. He just looking at me, he was still laughing. So I mean, there's always going to be when you get over eighty thousand employees newsflash. Yeah. There's bad apples. There's going to be there's going to be. There are some racist employs at delta on both sides without question eighty thousand employees. Hopefully, I hope this guy is a racist. Hoping learn from it, and I hope he. Realized that the era of his Wade's in. I wanna things that I did tell the delta delta rep that I had been speaking to over the last couple of days, and that's today. But are the last couple of days was I hope if he gets any, you know, one of the lessons. I hope he gets out of this is that you just you don't know who people know, and you know, so don't try to judge people by how they're dressed in. You know, what I mean, he probably had no idea saying something like that would be here. Like delta call in his house. You know that we will be where we are. But you cannot just look at people anymore and kind of figure out who they know the type of life. They're living with Bill Gates period. Would get Bill Gates who who's the guy in Nebraska this loaded for forget his name drawn a blank, Warren Buffett. Oh, look at Warren Buffett. He still lives in the same house. He's always lived in Warren Buffett's still eats Dairy Queen on. On tuesdays. That's his day his house when you go to Omaha is right there on the street. Right. Just look and there's Warren Buffett. Yeah. Then when I got it goes like university of Nebraska gains, just in the stands like in the sixteenth row. Not a sweet he's not courtside. Honestly, if I was via as money I'd be courtside or sweet. I'm just gonna I'm sorry. I'm gonna I'm gonna enjoy the perks of my labor. You know what I mean? But you yeah. You can't is a book by its cover at all any, you know. He clearly clearly I don't know if you had a bad day with a black person that day that week. I don't know if his team lost an w tournament and a black guy hit the game winning shot. Maybe not maybe isn't a morning person. I don't know. But don't listen. Sometimes you cannot some people should not be on the customer service industry, and you cannot God dang, wait. Whether it's waiters. My son is so loud behind us plane of video game. Hold on us. Be quiet real life. Y'all. Jesus Christ our son's on spring break. He's playing video games. He's losing his best loud loud right now law..
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"It was closest to the desk. So everybody was using that. But my thing is if your issue was you are blocking access to this aircraft. Why wouldn't you say there why when he just say excuse me, ma'am, you're blocking access to the aircraft? Why would he ask me if I was in first class? You know, I just don't get it. And I was really I was really disappointed by the statement. Because in our conversation, she they were, you know, she came across like, they were only owning it. But in a statement, it was like me and my sixteen Masic seen year old daughter. This is because of us, and you know, I don't know how I'm moving forward now. Because my intent was never to make a statement. You know, just just do right? I did. And now, I feel like I've been in a position because of their statement to defend, you know, myself and my sixteen year old daughter like I just don't understand what could have been different. And I am like I just really disappointed by the statement. So then they expanded the statement. And in the new statement, I don't even know if they said, he did ask her, you know, did her. She was a profile. I was clearly profile leisurely. Well, here's there's me flying a lot in me making the statement. And I it was funny because some people said like delta doesn't care Delta's raises. The delta isn't racist. There's I mean, they have eight over eighty thousand employees, and I would I would I would guess. I would guess twenty thirty thousand employees are black. I'm just guessing because I've I have Atlanta. It's ninety percent of the people were black and Atlanta that work at delta. So I don't think it's a racist company. I just think this one dude that for whatever reason had a bad day. I don't I don't want to say he's racist, maybe at a racial moment. But I got it. Like what what is the solution to me would have been easy? If he would have just went either covers tracks ask the white do behind you. If he's in first or. Realize he was wrong. Oh my God. I man I could see how that could look like, I was profound you. I'm very sorry. That wasn't my not my intention. Then it's it's done. A lot of times you give people. They're having a bad day at work. And they they take it out on the the customers. You know, what I mean, like, it's not it's not it's not the ticket agents fault that they're you know, there's people in line that are route. It's not there's there's not a lot of overhead space. It's not just, you know, just not their fault. But they get the brunt of it a lot of times it ticket agents. I'm always, and you are too. I mean, obviously, I'm married to you. But we're always, very polite. Everybody. Very polite. I just disagree. I think the experience I had clearly made me feel like. There was some races overtures and my experience that morning. So it was either racism or classism at its finest. But it it was it was just not good. It was not good. And I'm not saying this is my issue. So I I I was saying delta clearly is not a racist company. But after the statements and switching blame to blame myself and mine teenager means is it a culture of this like within the company because if they would've never made this statement, I wouldn't be making my statement, if they would would've made a statement that said that we are, you know, sorry that this happened to them, and blah, blah, blah without ever trying to say I'm standing in the wrong place when it's boarding time. When my ticket or you know, just some excuse, and that's all it was. Because he wouldn't come at me like that. So now, it's like I feel like you're spinning it. So maybe they don't care. That's that. That's where I'm at right now. I'm just really disappointed in the NFL like so after that incident, you know, I'm talking to the woman from delta. And you know, I'm buying it was she saying, you know, hook line, and sinker. And you know, and then they may turn around like almost like I was contained like jump get on her while we do this. And I think.
"owen" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"But I suggest everybody start the men start with like to just so you can see what you can handle what you need, but it will increase your girth and good on that. But what I'm saying? Oh com out. There is something out there and trying to hysterectomy bay. Come with some Owen boys and coming up short as what I know. My dad was hung say how I know. But he walked by one day. I was nine he had an apartment and used to pick me up. I used to stay this hit this little city apartment a pick me up. Sometimes I'd stay at his house. And he had this dog named brandy. I'm definitely allergic to dogs. I'm we had our little dogs have rela genyk, but hearing dogs and cats can't do it. We had a dog brain. I used to hate sleeping at his house 'cause I couldn't breathe and he his bedroom one bathroom in his bedroom was right across little hallway. And he has somehow over one night. I know I I heard him as like nine I heard that L, but he put in work. I didn't hear my dad. I heard her and also the sound stopped so clear they were done and then my Dag comes walking across asleep. But the way his couch was I'm looking right down the hallway. And I just saw my dad walked by with his breaking third leg. And I was like God damn other told my mom don't don't don't bother him with child support. I got I got a blessing coming. Give come from from. Oh, man. I think that's one of my stead that always had a issue with my mom and her relationship with Myra, my real debt. I'm saying they talk about everything I think, I think you're talking about that. I think he knew own boys slang, and I hope Austin. Got the gene to I don't surprise. Surpri when you know, your your son nothing for a man. Back. Have you heard a rumor like dude Joe Dobbins? At the school. You'd be like this. That's my boy. Yeah. All right ways for those of you that aren't able to tell a story like that or claim that you have the biggest dick walking around. There's horny goat weed. Check it out. I think you get at WalMart, actually, low the Beato listen. That's let's okay. We're going to switch subjects now for this. Dick talk. Okay. It's the NFL free agency and probably gonna fall asleep on this. I'm going to check my thirst. There's so many moves going on right now. Listen shout on Tonio Brown for just doing. Why receivers do why receivers are football? Why receivers the divas of the NFL? My father, and he just played that diva behavior and got out of they want to be in Pittsburgh anymore. Came got a got a contract with Oakland Raiders who's going to be in Vegas next year. And if you think Antonio Brown, you think Vegas more than team you and Tony Brown. You think Miami LA or Vegas, and he got to go. So it was gonna play in Oakland for one year, which is a great city, which we live in AM. Then he gets to go to Vegas am he guy like more money? So he got like some godly of fifty million contracts like thirty main guaranteed fifty million thirty minute guarantee. He just went out to Pittsburgh hardy, nixed the trade to buffalo. He wanted Pittsburgh interesting Tonio Brown. So I watched the shop on HBO and great show with LeBron and all them and Antonio was on last week. And I sent him at the m saying really enjoyed. Watching you on the shop, and it was nice to see your side of things because lots you get one side of things he made a lot of sense. He goes, I was never a problem. Then the minute I started to quote, unquote, be problem. They change the narrative on me as far as what kind of teammate. I was what kind of player I was. And he goes up to that point. I wasn't. And that is true. Like NFL teams in NBA teams in baseball and everything else if they really want to put out some bad things about you. They can 'cause I think every NFL room anything has a not gonna get along all the time..