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Heir apparent? Bucs draft Trask as Brady backup
"Super Bowl champion Buccaneers used the last pick of the second round of the draft to take Florida quarterback Kyle Trask as a backup to Tom Brady Trask true for almost 4300 yards and 43 touchdowns for the Gators last season.
Is Mac Jones a Good Fit For the Patriots?
"But at some point in time whenever Mac Jones is ready, he is going to be able to operate the full facilities of the Patriots offense, which Cam Newton was never able to do last year, I don't care what was around him. Mac Jones is one of the most advanced. I didn't get a chance to ask Bill. This question in the press conference. I wanted to But Mac Jones is probably the most advanced college quarterback in terms of pre-snap checks reads, all this stuff. All the mental song that goes on at the line of scrimmage I have not seen or heard of a quarterback as advanced at Mac Jones in terms of what his level of experience is. And I think that it's just citing to me. It's probably exciting to Josh McDaniels. It's probably exciting to the Patriots that eventually at some point in time. Mac Jones is going to be able to do a lot of the stuff at the line Shack on. Brady could do. I'm not saying everything. I'm not saying that he is Tom Brady, but just to be able to say, all right, we see this defense, we're going to check out of this, this guy is Advanced Beyond almost all college quarterbacks you. You talk to people around the Alabama program, and they talk about how smart he is. They talk about how he's been teaching the Alabama offense, to Bill, O'Brien wage, Down there, so right? Just in terms of all that, that's a great basis and it's something that the Patriots lacked, whether it was Cam Newton or Jerry students. Did them coming from the Baylor offense home and the Auburn offense, Mac Jones can do everything that the Patriots need to have done at the line of scrimmage and that is a huge key component in this offense and they got a guy who can do that.
The US and Guns: Can Anything Change?
"To the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah. My guest today. Are chris brown and robert spitzer chris. Brown is president of the gun. Control lobby group brady. She joins us from arlington virginia. Robert spitzer is distinguished service professor of political science at the state university of new york and the author of several books on gun. Control an eighth edition of his book. The politics of gun control was published last year. He joins us from portland. New york chris. I'll ask you first the big question then. We will look at a series of smaller questions when you think of the problem of america and guns. How actually solvable is because by most best guesses. There's about four hundred million guns that large in the united states. You're not going to get all of them. So with the best will in the world and with all the political capital you might want what kind of impact could realistically be made. Nearly one hundred percent actually and takes is really the political will to has some pretty basic laws. That ninety percent of americans agree with literally from last to expand the brady background check system to continue the momentum that we have in the states around certain issues but also recognizing that we have an epidemic in the united states. Right determined five times more likely to get shot in the united states than any other industrialized country in this earth. And we have to understand if we're going to fix it. The different components of what leads to forty thousand people a year being shot and killed and nearly eighty thousand additional individuals being shot and surviving those injuries part of that is homicide hearted that is unintentional injury of kids in their home with guns a very small fraction our our definition of mass shooting and two-thirds are suicide
Gourde Scores in OT to Lift Lightning Over Hurricanes 3-2
"Yanni Gourde scored in overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a three two win over the visiting Carolina hurricanes Tampa Bay took the early lead when Tyler Johnson said Alex killorn streaking across Carolinas blue line the warm roof is back and shot up over an outstretched Peter moresque he would end the night with the goal assist and a fight or what's become known as a Gordie Howe hat trick I haven't had a ton of fighting each other whenever you get a fight you're always hoping that you can get it going assistant to get it on on on the game winner in overtime really special they gave me the puck everything's the club's traded power play goals in the second period Brayden point netting is nineteenth of the season and Andrei Svechnikov goes thirteen marker for the hurricanes Carolina's Brady Shea evened the score in the third but neither team could get the deciding tally in regulation forcing overtime Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
What It Means When Children Are Under Fire
"We have a full house today though. Chris ted and john can you introduce yourself. Hi everyone. i'm chris brown. I'm the president of brady and hi everybody. My name is ted bonar. I'm a clinical psychologist and the director of an family fire and then sort of our man of the hour. Is it strange when you walk into a virtual meeting space and everyone just holds your book up with notes and says okay. Let's get started on delighted. Delighted actually see it in the world. I've been living with it for the weird thing about a book. You know you finish it so long ago and then you wait and you wait and you wait and then suddenly you actually see it out there so now it's it's always a thrill to see waved around admit meetings okay. That's that's a relief. I'm glad we didn't scare you. John and would you mind telling your listeners. A little bit about yourself as well as your great buck children under fire. Sure my name is john. Woodrow cox. I'm a staff writer at the washington post. And i'm the author of children under fire in american crisis. The sort of the short summary of the book is it's meant to be really an intimate account of the way that gun. Violence devastates this country and anna anna. Also a bit of a path forward in ways that we could make some small differences to help those kids both before and after they suffer trauma from gun wiles. I think intimate is a perfect word to describe this book as you detail. The ways in which children are impacted by gun violence through stories of a handful of children. What i'm wondering is what prompted you to write. Not just about the physical effects of gun violence in what that effect is on children but the psychological ex i think that so much of the coverage around the way that kids are impacted by gun. Violence focuses on the kids who get shot. We have such a narrow focus. And this really applies. I think to adults as well. There's this really narrow focus on and that's the headlines. I mean we can look at what happened yesterday. As an example. There's a school shooting all the cable news. Networks make a calculation to say. Let's wait and see how many people died right. One person died they move on. That's not an high enough death
How Will Biden Administration Reach Its Clean Energy Goal?
"President biden's administration said a big climate goal two zero out greenhouse gas emissions from power plants by twenty thirty five last week we talked with epa administrator michael regan about this believe that we can set up the right policy instrumentation and regulatory framework to encourage continued innovation to get us to that carbon-neutral goal that we know we can't achieve continued innovation. Industries still has to figure some of this out. So what more do we know about how the government is going to encourage it. Npr's jeff brady has been following up. Jeff good morning good morning. I just wanna know. 2035 sounds really distant. And then you start counting fourteen years not that long when you talk about changing all the power plants in the country house administration going to do it. Well you know is getting. The details are getting a little bit clear from the president's budget proposal and groups talking with the administration about this Details are still being worked out but a central focus is creating a national clean energy standard. And this would be a countrywide requirement that overtime increasing of is generated from fuels that don't emit the greenhouse gases that fossil fuels do conrad schneider at the clean air task. Force says it's similar to renewable energy standards that many states have they essentially required an increasing percentage electricity sales from renewable energy like clean energy standard simply broadens the list of energy resources that are eligible under the standard so in addition to wind and solar. This national standard would include things like hydropower and nuclear and another bit of detail. Here of energy likely will create this standard. And that's a little controversial. Some of the epa to do it. It's better known for setting and enforcing standards but some of the largest environmental groups. Say what's important is it. It gets
Tom Brady Salutes Julian Edelman on Retirement
"New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman retired yesterday. Tom Brady paid tribute. I've always said Will go until the wheels come off, and they finally have fallen off. Due to an injury last year. We make in my official announcement of my retirement from football. Was a hard decision, but the right decision for me and my family and I'm honored and so proud to be retiring a patriot. So in the best 12 years of my life, not can't forget you Patriot Nation. You guys have welcomed me and my family to a region. We do not know we didn't know. But now I'm one of you. Believe you guys with two words. Foxboro forever. Julian Edelman, obviously an incredible player when the Tom Brady was area great partnership, just like Tom and Rob Gronkowski Element one of the best patriots to ever play the game. They're so wishing him the best for him, and his
Do Green Bay Packers need to recommit to Aaron Rodgers?
"Now. Some people are speculating. Maybe about this year but aaron rodgers is just being stubborn and he wants to make some more money and you might say well. Wait a minute. Rj hasn't tom brady tatis all than taking less money. Helps you win. yeah. I think so. But there's another way for the packers to gain spending power. No tom brady. Didn't care about. Robert kraft keeping the money instead of him. Not at all when he cared about was the salary cap. There's a finite amount of money you can spend and yeah you can kick the can down the road the saints showing you that but it eventually comes. Do look at big band this year and what he was due and thus the salary cap is the constraining variable. It's the thing that constrains the limiting factor. So aaron rodgers could have and the packers could have renegotiate his contract and then made it where the money that went against the cap this year got deferred some of it. But you don't get to do that for free. What happens is it takes a further commitment down the road. So you can pay aaron rodgers for two more years or three more years and if you do three you can pay them less this year at least salary cap wise. So what's the tradeoff. Want more commitment better now.
Is New England Patriots GM Bill Belichick in the hot seat?
"Bill belichick may be the most winningest coach in the nfl. But after the patriots finished last season with a losing record. While you know at the same time seeing mr tom brady capturing number seven with the buffs former. Nfl linebacker lavar. Arrington says he believes now must prove he can win without brady saying quote. That seat is warmer. Bill belichick in that might sound crazy for some people but bill. Belichick has to have a good season this year. And you know why because there are whispers. It was tom it was always. Tom couldn't have been anything else. But tom and bill belichick has to show before he gets too far away from tom. Brady leaving that. It was not tom brady that it was in fact and indeed. The system of bill belichick built in new
Will Aaron Rodgers finish his career in Green Bay?
"Good morning. Thanks for joining us. Get right to it when it comes to aaron rodgers and that whole story. So is it likely that aaron rodgers finishes his career in green bay. Or how likely is it. I would say more likely than not. He won't again. You just look at it and look how these quarterback situations have played out. Did peyton manning finish indianapolis. No tom brady finish in new england. No did the green bay packers draft a quarterback in the first round last year. Not only do they draft quarterback in the first round last year but they traded up to draft a quarterback in the first round last year and orlando roger didn't response. That was go out and win the mvp this year but again there are issues between the two sides and you heard him address it after they lost to tampa in the playoffs. And you heard address it with kenny. Mayne on sportscenter over the weekend. He certainly didn't sound like a guy who was committed to finishing his career. Green bay and. I don't think that it is all decision. That also is the decision of the organization that i emphasize traded up to go get a quarterback in the first round last year. No i don't think finish
Brady rookie card sells for record $2.25 million
"Brady rookie card sells for more than $2.25 million Friday night. The Leland's 2021 Spring Classic auction says the card is considered the Holy Grail. Of all Tom Brady rookie cards
Are the Packers Preparing for Life After Aaron Rodgers?
"Take a listen to our friend. Chris canty who was on keyshawn. Jay will zubin. The packers are telling you that prepares you for life. After aaron rodgers one front last season was with the personnel. This front. This offseason is with the financial house and making sure that they can have aaron rodgers on a year to year proposition rather than committing cab dollars and resources to in future years so i think that this is mark murphy in his roundabout way of saying. We're getting ready for life after aaron rodgers. We don't know exactly when that is because we gave him that contract in two thousand eighteen. We're going to be the ones to determine when exactly that happens. Not the player you heard them. The packers are preparing for life after aaron rodgers. No doubt obviously. They drafted now first of all that they really liked to take jordan. Love means that they didn't decide this year. We're going to take a quarterback they. They decided within like a two to three year window. Probably when we see a quarterback. We think we will be great. We're going to grab him and that we could actually get in the draft because they usually have a good record and jordan love they grabbed. They think he's going to be the next great one. When you look at the packers time between store and brett farve but you know as pretty you know breakfast starring brett farve and then during brett forbes rain they draft aaron rogers and rogers even better than fourth. Now they have gordon love. They're preparing for life after aaron rodgers. The thing is what tom brady just showed you. Is these dudes playing to their mid forties nowadays early mid forties. Who knows how much time. Rogers has
Los Angeles Detectives Say Cause Of Car Crash Determined
"There's some new news with tiger woods. Detectives say they have determined the cause of tiger woods car crash but they're not going to release the information due to privacy concerns. La county sheriff. Alex villanueva told reporters that the investigation is now closed and they needed tigers permission before releasing information about the crash
Patriots Players Wondered Whether They Could Depend on Jimmy Garoppolo
"Was a story today Pro football talk where a former tight end for the patriots. Who was there with jimmy g. In new england he said the patriots players thought he was good but they knew they thought he was too fragile. They didn't think he could stay healthy. His name was jermaine wiggins jermaine wiggins. He said the players thought. Here's a quote they used to look at jimmy g. a little sideways like he kind of a little bit. Mr glass can't really depend on him character. can i looked at him sideways. Because he took porn stores out to restaurants for dinner that started in san francisco. Okay hump to say but he rob when brady was out for those four games suspension for gay or cheating for yup cheating. Whatever he play he played two games. Got hurt so my point is jimmy g. Come on you can't say a thing. 'cause you can't stay on the field if i'm having my ears my his back to you. Yes he can because because his point is He's had some injuries. Things happen chris but when he does play you win at a high clip. And you did. You weren't a super bowl. and yes. Did he missed past. Chris yes he did but the reason. They lost the super bowl because of coaching
Biden pushing for a major expansion of offshore wind energy
"Expansion of offshore wind energy that could bring thousands of wind turbines to the east and West Coast. NPR's Jeff Brady reports the U. S. Is trying to catch up with Europe, which already has many more offshore wind farms. The White House set a goal of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind power by 2030 enough to power more than 10 million U. S homes Right now only one wind project is operating in the North East. Still, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm says such a quick increase is possible. It is gonna be a full force gale of good paying union jobs that lifts people up. The administration says the plan will support about 32,000 construction related jobs through 2030 agency heads say their departments will work more closely together to speed environmental reviews, and the Energy Department is making $3 billion in loans available to the offshore wind industry. Jeff Brady.
Biden Is Pushing For A Major Expansion Of Offshore Wind Energy
"Today the white house announced in am vicious plan to expand the nation's use of offshore wind power it's part of president biden's campaign promise to create new jobs and tackle climate change by investing in green infrastructure. Npr's jeff brady joins us now and jeff. The us doesn't produce much wind energy at all right now. So what's the administration's plan. This is something that europe is far ahead on compared to the us Though several states have their own plans basically the administration is trying to make up for lost time so it setting a big goal. Thirty gigawatts of offshore wind power by twenty thirty. That's enough electricity to power more than ten million american homes for a year according to the white house now. Currently there's only one offshore project operating massachusetts and rhode island but they have to ramp up quickly to meet biden's climate goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five and fast change like that can make people uneasy especially in the fossil fuel industry. That's one reason white house. National climate adviser gina mccarthy focused her comments on opportunities. This is all about creating great jobs in the ocean and opposite cities and in our heart win all across america revitalize communities in particular those that have been left behind the administration says this expansion will support thirty two thousand construction and support jobs through twenty. Thirty mccarthy says some of those heartland jobs include manufacturing turbans making steel and building the special boats. It'll be needed now. The administration has this big goal for building a lot. More wind turbines. But how are they actually going to make that happen. The interior department is establishing a new wind energy area and the new york bite. And that's the relatively shallow water between long island and the new jersey coast. The agency is starting an environmental review process for the proposed ocean wind project off new jersey. Then they're looking at locations on both coasts and in the gulf of
San Diego Convention Center to shelter first 500 migrant girls
"Girls between the ages of 13 and 17 were moved to the convention center in downtown San Diego. That city stepping in Lamonica Peters is with CBS San Diego Convention Center will be used to house up to 1450 girls until July. Local leaders say the federal government will reimburse the city of San Diego for helping ease overcrowding at the border. I think everyone appear acknowledges that this is this'd not a perfect system. We're bound by our international agreements and by our American values to deal with this Humanitarian problem. The girls will be seen by medical staff from Brady's Children's Hospital and can stay at the convention center for 32 35
Three-Time Super Bowl Champion James White Re-Signing With Patriots
"About the real world. Now Greg a couple of big re-signings yesterday. I think both of them to me was a you know, they were a surprise I do not expect James White to be back. I thought that ship had sailed. Apparently, it had not white back on a one-year deal about 2 and 1/2 2 and 1/2 months guaranteed your thoughts on that decision by white and that decision by the Patriots. Yeah. I was I was a little bit surprised by this everything that I had heard up till now I pointed to White going to Florida where his mom is still I think recovering from the car accident that she had in September with her husband James bit dead or he he died as a result of his injuries. And so that was a pretty traumatic thing for him all year. And and there were a lot of people around the NFL who thought he was destined first from Miami, but then it looks like that was dead. Happened for some reason I think and we've sort of talked about this Nick in in. Oh, I know I talked about on felger & Mazz a got the south Florida media all abuzz, you know people are calling me and you know throwing bombs and things like that, but from what I've heard, let's just say that the a lot of Patriots are not getting good feedback on what's going on with the dolphins and really revealing around a lot of people is if you end up with the dolphins, you're straight going for the bag and Adam Butler I think signed with them this year probably was his best offer. I think Al and Roberts just signed back. I don't know how many offers he had butt off, you know, we'd really didn't hear James his name with the dolphins very much during this free agency. There was a there was a hint at it early on and then from what I heard dead. White was basically signed sealed and delivered to the Box because that's what Brady wanted and Brady
"p brady" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"He'll eso so we we. We were wrestling family. And so many that we do with performers rounded things that we love and the things we wanna share with our families as well so when they asked me to do that. It was a no brainer. I said you mean. I get to get in the ring and i'm gonna get our kayode on your yes. Watch me sell this. Watch me sell it. And it was if if you look carefully footage after he hits me randy gave gave me the arcadia when i'm dell. I know that if you get the right camera angle you'll see me doing right. Gay jiggling jiggling like a little chick. That's the that's are good. You got to be fired up this way before. I let you go more. Put you on the spot. Quick questions. quick answers ready. What's your tv streaming recommendation. At the moment right off the top of my head. I love mr mayor song. In all the words to all the words to surprisingly. I think one of them is jam on it i nucleus. Gmo today about one. Yeah oh damn words that one to sound gremlins in the beginning right out. show take back favourite. Let's make a deal moment favor. Let's make a deal a moment. When when i want an emmy for for improvising saul in the daytime soul. Categories against other songs had already been it. Just awesome multiplayer. Whenever that was it was so don't because it showed me that we can. We continue to bring rules. Let's make a deal. It's a game show but it's not a game show a we music. It was silly and sketches. And it's it's not. The normal game shall have a throwback so to throwbacks awhile so that's those best boats celebrity crush growing up celebrity crush rowing up lou. Trying to think well as a little kid. I think like a lot of men in the In the seventies and eighties. I loved linda. Carter sh- back in the day the action okay and i loved Lisa bonet yeah okay. Good taste funniest person you've ever worked with funniest person who worked with williams hands down. Can't even yet. Yeah robin would legend and last question. Who plays you in the wayne brady story who plays me wayne brady story hell if we do it soon enough. I'm gonna play me. Why would i give that work of what he did in the family. That's what i'm talking about. Wait always nice to see you. man again. congrats on everything. Game of talents wednesdays after the massingir. Thanks for checking in brother. Take care with pets..
"p brady" Discussed on First Take
"At the time that things are happening with your office line. You can't be a leader that goes win but what if I mess up later? Now it's about the president and Tom Brady understands that. So the fact that he did later has nothing to do with the moment he is being a leader. Those are two separate things to separate circumstances, stances in situations. So that's not the way works understands if you're saying he has to be better, but it has nothing to do with the way he talks to. Go. Mexico. got. I. Just want to say Real Quick I. Agree. In the moment, what I'm saying is it sets up a situation where can't have that mental error from Tom Brady at the end of the game mean those are the stakes of having that kind of leadership. It's a bad look like I mean who cares that just makes it a bad look packed anything. The one argument that I would make is that when you yell like that, it's not really helping anybody eliminate mental mistakes yelling at people you eliminate mental mistakes. In the right habits up until that moment like just like being a parent like in that moment when you're yelling, you're not yelling because it's going to help the kid you're yelling because you're angry you're upset like that's not to me that's not teaching not coaching that's not leadership. That's just like making you feel better that's Catharsis for you. That's not actually helping in that moment and maybe it makes Tom Brady feel better which makes Tom Brady played better but you know what probably helps then you go over there and you talk to them about the mistakes that they made. If you bring that same energy to the practice field when those mistakes made on a practice because I promise you all the things that went wrong in the game are things that have been going wrong since they been practicing. So bring that same energy there and the worst part about that is this embarrassing. Like these guys are going to be embarrassed. We we started this show with Josh Norman thing when you play an NFL, you're going to be embarrassed, but you don't expect it to come from your own people but Tom Brady has a credibility to get away with it. It's just not a type of leadership that I respond to necessarily think is the most effective type Tom Brady. He got six championships what I know about winning nothing compared to him. Unlike you to. Chose to not play in the NFL. Come up with stuff like this. Twenty stops yelling that's when people should be concerned maybe yelling is just caring and All Day Long, and that's what I tell myself. All right. It looks like we lost by. All right. Hope you back with us a little bit later he was out on that comment. WWe. SMACKDOWN has it season premiered this Friday night. It'll be headlined by a huge showdown between Universal Cheb, Roman Rings, and one of the biggest rivals Braun strowman with a title on the line. On that note, let's welcome in the universal champ will be defending his title this Friday night. Vary is Roman reigns friend of the show Roman. So good to see you. Thank you so much for being with us and we got a whole lot to talk about with you Sir obviously title defense. You know we're GonNa talk a little football, but I WANNA start with this your cousin had a little message for you dwayne the Rock Johnson we're going to play that Serum. So funny. How people always say will you ever go back to Wrestlemainia? Who would be the opponent that you would face feels like the one that would make sense right would be roaming the cheer this I I would be honored I don generating with Roman. and Go back in the wwe but of course I would be honored to you'd have been raises is having. A set in the family and the ring, all that Roman what what are you going to say? What do you think about taking on? It would be amazing. I think for for any sort of my generations have you know someone non his level someone that's done so much not in in sports entertainment but you know the movie Industry Entertainment General. I mean the man has like a billion followers on online and stuff. So to be able to put that type of spotlight on on our, you know our current generation and what we do within our product of wwe. That would be amazing. and. Just share the ring with them. You know I'm really enjoying what I'm doing. Now being to share the ring with with my cousin Joe. So and to be able to sell a bad that family story about our family business and the lineage in history Where we come from and represent our family is is pretty cool. So to just continue it into, take it to the next level. That's that's what I'm trying to do every single time. It Yeah we I was just looking at your history, your college football guy also like like the Rock and you played at Georgia tech around the same time I was at Maryland in the ACC messed up a couple of times remember how those games went. Our Way to be. Honest. I. Out One time, then we had a seven three defensive battle I believe I might have my having mixed up but I don't think we had to go. Against Each Other lucky for. You. Maybe. Well. I'll just say we we can agree on the defensive guys were Max was seven three. We held their offense to forty nine total yards breath forty one. Total yards and they did a great job to I mean, like like I said, the has low of scorn game as you can get..
"p brady" Discussed on First Take
"They. Are. Also, very frustrated Tom Brady on the sidelines Max leaders, Tom Yelling at his teammates during the bucks. Twenty nights and lots of the yesterday is head coach with area and asked about it. Here's what he had to stay take less. I don't have any problem with it at least I. Don't have to go back to come out everybody got air force by the time I get over there. So. Tom's gotta be Tom. I'm. Not, GONNA ask him, to be somebody. Different. He does a good job of pat them on the back to explode, but he's going to go down there on the back and and get them going. Back here with US listen, Tom's gotta be Tom and Max has got to be Max. Club Kellerman got to be clipped. Rabin? Kellerman. Keller. So with that being said, my dear Max Kellerman. Where are you on this? Can you believe how mean Tom Being? When I first. Saw It. I thought you know what? If anyone has the equity in the League obviously not on the team in the League to. His teammates. Probably. It's Tom. Brady a quarterback has to do sometimes in a competitor and the goat and all that stuff, and he's do that on the Patriots to He'd be demonstrative towards receivers if they. He'd throw the ball he not an interception that often, but there will be some miscommunication I play. He'd be pointing to receiver and I'm like it's kind of calling out of the seaver publicly you know. Okay. But that's how he does and you can get away with that players don't make mental errors I understand that this about. Joe, Dimaggio. Mental error in a game and that was Tom Brady. So this is I'm not setting it up for the punchline. He's guys okay like I guess breathe do that because that's a competitor and he doesn't make mental errors and the fact is he's not chewing his guys out for lack of pass protection there which was shoddy at times because hey, Tom Brady get I thought you got rid of the ball. In record time and everything I thought that was what you do know was mental errors. The offensive line was making they were doing the Moonwalk the wrong way down the field it was a rally killer as he said later. So that's all legit. But brother if you do it like that in front of the whole world, you're chewing out your old line for the mental errors I don't think you're allowed. To think it's third when it's fourth down with the game on the line it such a bad look. It takes Moxie to go out like when people make predictions, guarantee wins and everything. The reason that takes marcy is you might lose but damn he must be confident. In his own ability to avoid those mistakes to do stuff like that. But it was in a specially bad look for forty three year old quarterback. I fear on a new team shoeing out his old line, the guys who are paid to protect them for mental errors and then making one of the all-time Gaffes of certainly of his career. But that we can remember at the end of the game. It's a bad look. But no one really cares if the criteria to be able to yell at people is that you can never make any mental mistakes then no, one can ever yell at anyone in the history of life like Tom Brady the interception. In Week one was because he missed read coverage to Mike Evans but I do think that Tom. Brady, and anyone who is a leader of an organization family leader of anything like you have to understand there are multiple ways to lead and different people respond to things differently. I don't know the Tom Brady knows exactly how to deal with the guys on his team right now but I'm not gonNA have a fit about him yelling as players in that situation and I'm not going to like blame him because well, he does deserve blame for not being able to count to four necessarily but I'm not going to say you can't yell at people because You can't. You also can't count the four. Tom. Brady you're right. He's built up enough. To get to the point now, where he gets to do these sorts of things and Bruce Arians, said this we're not zooming in replaying having I take debates about when he's putting them on the back. Also, there are many different ways lead I wrote a cover story for ESPN, coming out tomorrow about Tire Matt in talking to him one of the things that he said about his leadership, the most important thing to it. Sensitivity and it's not what you expect out of a fearsome safety like that. But just making the point, there's many different ways the league in Tom Brady one of the tools and his tool belt is screaming at people publicly maybe that works better protect them because if he upsets them and they decide that, they're not going to focus on not going to do the job as well. They could. He has a big price to pay, which is why I think sometimes it's okay particularly for a quarterback to yell at offense, Lineman because your mental mistake means broken bones for me. Yeah we look at Tom Brady right and you talked about the equity Max who has more equity in this league when it comes to when it comes to guys like Tom, Brady and so if he's on the sideline, he's upset with the Office of line. There's a reason if he's upset with the wide receivers, there's a reason also which you understand is those are young players. Right Tristan worse is going to look at Tom Brady and say, you know what? I have to be better Ryan Jensen who seems to get an unsportsmanlike penalty every week knows that he has to be better and when you're playing a tightly contested game and you are moving backwards then you hear the B.. B. Because you're going because the penalties the you know that Tom Brady is going to be upset but let's not act like this is the first time we've seen him behave this way I believe this has been an argument for much of Tom Brady's career win when guys want to say positive things about people like Cam, Newton, and his attitude on the sideline or other quarterbacks who behave in certain ways that we critique them differently than we have Tom Brady, Bill O'Brien and Tom Brady and those guys had to be separated. Then nothing was said when we see Tom Brady last year against the Houston Texas. Berating one of his wide receivers because the route isn't where it's supposed to be. We say but that's Tom Brady and so we're used to this. No, I grew maximus. If you're going to say and behave certain ways it's best if you don't make a mistake but then you listen to Dominique and you know if you played the game long enough and you're in certain situations, it's not going to be perfection and that's what we got from Tom Brady but there isn't people in those locker room there on office of Linemen in that locker room saying you know what? The next time Tom Screaming all this. You know what I mean. Nobody's saying those things because more than four or not knowing his fourth down he knows. And that six reigns and those players respect him, his coach respects him, and if anybody does a ton of cousin, it's Bruce Arians. So those players are used to understand that Tom. Brady's trying to get them to the Promised Land and those simple mistakes are things that can keep them from getting there. I understand that and that's why when he did it, it's like I thought okay good. He's lead this. What he does I mean if the if the greatest to ever did it did it this way then maybe that's the way to do it right What I'm talking about is not that he's chewing out his teammates when I see him chewing out teammates I don't I always assume it's a mental error, right? Because sometimes in the physical execution, a guy just outperforms you're it's not perfect. But what he was clearly to my mind later he corroborated this upset about we're the mental evers, the penalties it would they were they were rat dr killers and you could. Understand. Why Guy would get that? UPSET? But when you're with a new team, I understand everything you've done in the NFL elsewhere but you're only played a handful of games with this team and you're chewing out your line for specifically mental errors, and then at the end of the game, remember what we were all saying Nagy blue this he gave Tom Brady over a minute to go with all these offensive weapons. Here, come the box. They're going to win the game now, and in fact, that's not only not what happened because they were tough. Question although nick. Foles made a tough throw to get him and fielding not only is that not what happened but he forgets the downs and he's standing there with four fingers in the air. That's just not saying he can't turn. Down I, know don't ever go I. Know You got to go. You don't like.
"p brady" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
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"p brady" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"This is great. Watching him have to figure this out. Right? Look how human he looks all of a sudden. He was easy look like a superhero this whole time in like the same bumbling idiot we all are it was. Just like. Oh Yeah. This is like a wire. Yeah one percent you finish the interview with one percent less yet I'm sure you've done the math I mean half of your life was playing for that team. It's incredible. Twenty years of you know one place one way one process. I've had a few different homes over I moved a few times but it was incredible. It was perfect. I wouldn't change it. It wasn't not every day was perfect but it was everything that was supposed to be. So one thing too that I think is really special about job in your life is that I've compared to acting a little bit. Man there is someone from every walk of life there, and I have to imagine half of the fun of your job is what a diverse group of dudes every socioeconomic group. Every kind of background like has it been wonderful to be immersed in so much diversity and different points of view. Yeah. I think sports affords all those things and I've been doing that for you know twenty five years including college and thirty years including high school, and you come together to see guy you see where he's from uc who he is and you see him as a brother and you go. All right. We're in this together a see what you got. In, the huddle and I played with teammate said broke bones and broke ribs and internal bleeding and you know blood coming out of their nose warriors you know they're gladiators and I think yeah I always say, I, know the guys who had one if I was ever in a Fox I know the guys that I wanted with me you know. There's others that I know that I wouldn't sports brings out of us and it's like you see everyone they're good. They're bad ugly. They're in they're pissed off mood they're happy mood the achievement of things and you know it's been a blessing for me. I don't WanNa ten, which is probably why I'm still playing you know yeah well, I hope you don't stop I think it'd be so awesome if you were out there in a wheelchair and.
"p brady" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"This is great. Watching him have to figure this out. Right? Look how human he looks all of a sudden. He was easy look like a superhero this whole time in like the same bumbling idiot we all are it was. Just like. Oh. Yeah. This is. Wire. Yeah. One percent you finish the interview with one percent less yet I'm sure you've done the math I mean half of your life was playing for that team. It's incredible twenty years of. One place. One way one process. I've had a few different homes over I moved a few times, but it was incredible. It was perfect. I wouldn't change it. It wasn't not every day was perfect, but it was everything that was supposed to be. So one thing too that I think is really special about job in your life is that I've compared to acting a little bit like you get on a set man. There is someone from every walk of life there and I have to imagine half of the fun of your job is what a diverse group of dudes every socioeconomic group every kind of background like has it been wonderful to be immersed in so much diversity and different points of view yeah. I think sports affords all those things and I've been doing that for you know twenty five years including college and thirty years including high school and you come together to see guy you see where he's from uc who he is and you see him as a brother and you go. All right. We're in this together a see what you got. In the huddle and I played with teammate said broke bones and broke ribs and internal bleeding and you know blood coming out of their nose, their warriors you know they're gladiators and I think, yeah, I always say I know the guys who had one if I was ever in a Fox I know the guys that I wanted with me you know. There's others that I know that I wouldn't sports brings out of us and it's like you see everyone they're good. They're bad ugly. They're in. They're pissed off mood they're happy mood the achievement of things and you know it's been a blessing for me I don't WanNa ten, which is probably why I'm still playing you know yeah. Well, I hope you don't stop I think it'd be so awesome if you were out there in a wheelchair and.
"p brady" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"And Now, you're kind of ruining the. Is. It refundable Monica. Looking to. Great excuse for me to not. I think just seeing some of the. Things. We know they just they take a toll on your body and there are a little bit taxing. So why am I going to go finish practice? So workout before practice go practice in come in and eat a bacon cheeseburger so. Salt, inflammation inflammation. So where did you? What's your body going? Do your body's GonNa go like, okay. I'm done like fighter flight. I had enough tight muscles, slow movements and then poor performance, and then look for new job and then talk about how great you could have been because you know that's that's it does your wife ever hate your guts because I, kind of think. Who is wife? If I lived with you. I think I would be like coty seems to be so disciplined. Knowing some he's the same way where she's the same way discipline dog a shit. You're very disciplined to forget that data. Talk sometimes eat dominoes i. saw your wife Walk Across the field that the Olympics right was the opening ceremony in Brazil. That's the first time I ever realized like that's violent on the body like the model walk can now that was a long way to walk in those hills I was like I don't think I've been giving these gales enough credit like that is hard on your body. Yeah. Yes, she. Said a fair share of like pretty tough injuries just because in order to make a pitcher look good you got to create all these crazy angles and then you've got to hold them. So you put your body in a funny position and then hold it for a minute and then you're like, Oh, you want me to be like this. Okay no problem I'll. I'll just hang upside down and then you get. Killing me. So I think all those things over time took a toll. She's at are really bad shoulders. I tend locations on one side and twelve dislocations on other. You know she's Larry she doesn't have very big joints she's. More dainty. She's Talbot. Dainty. So She just has these joints that are very hyper mobile is your is your boy on on course to become seven feet tall I'd imagine with parents is likelihood that we'll. We'll break six eight I. Don't know we don't want six eight I'm cool with like. Six four but that's Okay, have a couple of really just rapid fire questions for you..
"p brady" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Knows Yeah, I am very benevolent. This wasn't a question I had thought of earlier. But now that I'm talking to you I was watching a documentary about either tiger woods or John Daly I imagine you know both. And there's really really profound conversation they had where they had just finished a tournament in John Daly said to tiger woods. Hey, come have a drink with us in Tiger Woods said if I had your skill, I would go have a drink with you but I don't. So I gotta go back out in practice now than I, remember it was John Daly telling the story and you could tell he took pride in that. As you should tiger woods is telling you that you're naturally better but it's a very heartbreaking story at the same time because you look at the difference in their career. So I was wondering in that same vein. was there anybody you were actually envious of with your job that you're like, fuck? If I had with, they had coupled with what I'm willing to bring to. This could be something. Can you remember a player that? Envious professional football I mean. There's been so many over the years I mean if I if I look at like some guys who physically I'll have a lot more ability you know they're faster, they're bigger they can run they. Can you know I? Think there's some things that I've learned to do probably better over time because I've been at. It for a long time, but you know my fifth year in a League I was no frequent nature. Right I look at some guys who maybe were great physically. Run. Of Four, six, forty. I, like I'll joke all the time guy run like a four, seven forty, which is pretty fast I'd say like the average NFL quarterback probably runs. A. Eight four, nine, the fast guys run like four seven. The slow guys run like five flat November I ran a five three I was slow. The slowest person on the BE ON A. Three hundred pound lineman so. My hands like potato. Whereas I gotTa throw this thing you know. I'm on this thing. The Ref was going to outrun me. I'm sitting here thinking, God. If I could run a four, seven football would be so easy. How He? Be. If I could run away for people. Again, that could be a limit you could have given yourself. Well, I'll just won't be that because I don't have that. This is such a side note but one of the rafts I don't watch a ton of football. One of the refs appears to be about sixty five in his fucking. Know I'm talking he's retired what's up his? F- hockey yeah. I knew you would know he was jacked. Monica this guy. WHO FOR RIG NHL. Is Live for when he would get on that Mike talk because his biceps will be bouncing around. And I'm like, what's is this guy doing? Is Very healthy guys integrate agree that was his thing. Another thing I thought of that was related to last Oh..
"p brady" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Knows Yeah I am very benevolent. This wasn't a question I had thought of earlier but now that I'm talking to you, I was watching a documentary about either tiger woods or John Daly, I imagine you know both. And there's really really profound conversation they had where they had just finished a tournament in John. Daly. said to Tiger Woods Hey, come have a drink with us in Tiger Woods said if I had your skill, I would go have a drink with you but I, don't. So I gotta go back out in practice now than I remember it was John Daly telling the story and you could tell he took pride in that. As you should tiger woods is telling you that you're naturally better but it's a very heartbreaking story at the same time because you look at the difference in their career. So I was wondering in that same vein. was there anybody you were actually envious of with your job that you're like fuck? If I had with, they had coupled with what I'm willing to bring to. This could be something. Can you remember a player that? Envious professional football I mean there's been so many over the years I mean if I if I look at like some guys who physically I'll have a lot more ability you know they're faster, they're bigger they can run they. Can you know I? Think there's some things that I've learned to do probably better over time because I've been at. It for a long time but you know my fifth year in a League I was no frequent nature, right? I. Look at some guys who maybe were great physically. Run of four, six, forty I like I'll joke all the time guy run like a four, seven forty, which is pretty fast I'd say like the average NFL quarterback probably runs. A affords eight, four, nine the fast guys run like four seven. The slow guys run like five flat November I ran a five three I was slow. The slowest person on the be or A. Three, hundred pound lyman so. My hands like potato. Whereas I gotTa throw this thing you know. I'm on this thing. The Ref was going to outrun me. Sitting here, thinking God, if I could run a four, seven football would be so easy. How He? Be If I could run away for people again, that could be a limit you could have given yourself well I'll just won't be that because I don't have that this is such a side note but one of the rafts I don't watch a ton of football. One of the refs appears to be about sixty five in his fucking. Know I'm talking he's retired what's up guys. Ed Hockey Yeah I knew you would know he was jacked Monica this guy. WHO FOR RIG? Is Live for when he would get on that Mike talk because his biceps will be bouncing around..
"p brady" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You're so right. NAIEVETY is a is a gift. I'm curious though a couple things were surprising to me today as someone who has just been in love with you physically. I wouldn't have guessed I wouldn't have known that you've got selected one, ninety nine in the draft. Would you now Monica now like sixth-round one, nine, hundred, ninth pick? Ends up being the greatest quarterback of all time. It's so fucking cool. I'm almost preferred that your story right now debt for so long. So like I'm playing with one of my teammates said, the data means I. Grow when you on the Super Bowl the first time I was fourteen. I was in fourth grade. Yes. Because I have. So many of these people that see me now and think, oh, man that's like Tom Brady's like I'm eighteen. He was already a super bowl champ when I was born you know and I'm sitting here thinking God. Damn. It's been a long hard road that hard road is part of my you know whether it's a chip on my shoulder whether it's the think about the things that motivated you to say. Fuck it I'm GonNa keep going another day. I'm not going to stop and I'm going to build on this and I'm going to be better than next time and you know people would look at me and be like what what are you talking about? Like you're you're there are there but they never saw the pre twenty two years of my life where that wasn't the case and then those twenty years shaped me into. Who I was at twenty three and then okay. How can I build on a little bit better everyday little bit better a little bit better because you know when you make the changes in your life for you don't happen necessarily cold Turkey overnight you know it's like, yeah making things better or worse sometimes momentarily. Yeah. Yeah. Baby steps incremental change. All that we've had a bunch of different experts on here to talk about. The process of change in her yeah. It's like it's just really tiny stuff and it's tiny at the stuff maybe that you already do and all there's all these hacks right?.
"p brady" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"You're so right Naievety is a is a gift. I'm curious though a couple things were surprising to me today as someone who has just been in love with you physically. I wouldn't have guessed. I wouldn't have known that you've got selected one, ninety nine in the draft. Would you now Monica now like sixth-round one, nine, hundred, ninth pick? Yeah. Ends up being the greatest quarterback of all time. It's so fucking cool. I'm almost preferred that your story right now debt for so long. So like I'm playing with like one of my teammates said, the data means I grow when you on the Super Bowl the first time I was fourteen. I was in fourth. Grade. Yes Because I have. So many of these people that see me now and think, oh, man that's like Tom Brady's like I'm eighteen. He was already a super bowl champ when I was born you know and I'm sitting here thinking God damn. It's been a long hard road that hard road is part of my you know whether it's a chip on my shoulder whether it's the think about the things that motivated you to say. Fuck it. I'm GonNa, keep going another day. I'm not going to stop and I'm going to build on this and I'm going to be better than next time and you know people would look at me and be like, what what are you talking about? Like you're you're there are there but they never saw the pre twenty two years of my life where that wasn't the case and then those twenty years shaped me into. Who I was at twenty three and then okay how can I build on a little bit better everyday little bit better a little bit better because you know when you make the changes in your life for you don't happen early cold Turkey overnight you know it's like, yeah making things better or worse sometimes momentarily. Yeah. Yeah. Baby steps incremental change. All that we've had a bunch of different experts on here to talk about. The process of change in her yeah. It's like it's just really tiny stuff and it's tiny at the stuff maybe that you already do and all there's all these hacks right? It's intimidating on the surface is to go like fuck I'm never going to be Tom Brady and like well, guess what Tom, Brady didn't become Tom Brady and afternoon either yeah for sure and I think all Tom Brady as I speak about the third. I'll do it with you. Think about that. It's been like just steady progress progress affection..
"p brady" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Very is sufficient. You GotTa Studio I. Just have like a my own whether it's working or not. There is nothing more fun than watching people like you or Bill Gates try to operate their computer. It's one of the funnest parts of this job. Where you guys at we are in an addict that's above a garage Jetta. Building that I don't think we'll ever be done I think we're year three of it. So it's really just a very expensive garage at this point. So typical. Typical construction process. And it doesn't matter how many times you go through it. You still are shocked with how long in how much it goes over budget each time I know over budget the duration we had a house in Boston I sorta got it cost twice is. One hundred percent over budget. One hundred. Off. That seems to be the standard number I I. I came out of football season and they showed me the budget and I was like what the fuck is this. Pretty rough did you have real jobs as a kid like were you forced to do some manual? I had a couple of really great jobs. My first I was actually talking about this. My I was a paper route. Did you ever have paper out? I did not I did not I was Michigan's shovel driveways that was kind of the equivalent that's a good job. Manual Labor in elementary school and then sort of highschool paper out and I made I think twenty five bucks a month and I was actually talking with one of my coaches yesterday because we were talking about jobs and I think it was my job and my mom's job too because she would drive me around and I would draw the papers out of the side of the car may help me a little bit. Maybe, career training, but it ended up being. Pretty Yeah Yeah work on that arm. So my big barriers were yet my mom was single mom raising three kids and full-time jobs..
"p brady" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"He is. I'm so thrilled with how bold over you were with his looks like I am he's a tall drink. If we hadn't agreed on that, there might be a real strife in our friendship. His name is Tom Brady in whether you're a fan of the Patriots are not there's just no denying he's the greatest quarterback of all time guys bend to the Super Bowl nine times one six times. He is a football quarterback and he spent the first twenty seasons playing for the new. England. Patriots and currently plays for the Tampa Bay buccaneers. He's played nine super bowls and won six of them. Both of those are records and he's got an exciting new line out called TB twelve Tom's TB. Twelve brand is a global health. And wellness brand focused on helping people everywhere live a healthy and active lifestyle. It's inspired by his training method TB twelve helps people do what they love better and for longer with focus on injury prevention and Recovery TB twelve supports of individuals through an Omni channel approach that incorporates physical location, immersive digital experiences, and innovative functional products. If there's ever been a guy to listen to on how to stay healthy, it's this guy. Yeah, I mean he's the oldest player in the NFL right now he's thriving looks like a very attractive young boy. He does. So please enjoy this very attractive young boy Tom Brady we are supported by squarespace not only are we supported by squarespace, but we use squarespace our website armchair expert pod dot com was created on squarespace. That's right and it's a gorgeous website. It's gorgeous and it's so functional. Now there's a million reasons you might want to create a website maybe you WanNa turn.
"p brady" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Try some on it. Try some heat known Jew and eat some Catava baby. That's that's the that's the old pd recipe for feeling good. And I hope it works for you as well as it is for me. I cannot talk very well today. I don't know what it is. Luckily I had a great show with Brady Novak. I wasn't having whatever problem I'm having right now with my my old friend Brady and hope you enjoy this episode. As much as I did recording it again stay healthy. Stay SAFE AND GET INTO IT I. I'm not proud of this but life is too long and I was re watching Jerry Maguire. Look it's on Netflix. It's on Netflix. And I was watching it in there and the crisis of conscience that he was having in that movie in two thousand whatever. I mean that was like that was not even two thousand is in the nineties the ninety s and that was he was a sports agent but he was seeing his clients. Football clients getting massive concussions. Keep doing this. That's what makes him. WanNa like chain he then he just writes. A manifesto have too many clients. It's like actually. The problem is much bigger than we need to focus. More on individuals is like no you were in the hospital and a man couldn't remember his wife one in one out one is. I mean doesn't that make does that make sense like you have six clients when their career's over your own. No that is probably what they look at us now. I wonder I do mean us. Communicate when Jerry Maguire when she is not you had me at. Hello Yeah you eat me. It's also also a terrible thing to me you. You should go into a relationship complete. Yes that's right so we you go to give not to get CODA. Give why said that I not Robbins keeps getting in the in the hot water. Every time I see Tony Tony Robbins and the feet. It's not good. It's like He. He ate like she over. I love Tony Robbins. I regret that riff. Tony Do. This did a podcast. Hey what is what did he goes for. He ate. Thank you your cell. Can I open this now? You're so funny I love you. I think you're fantastic. I was watching. Stand up on Youtube and I'm just like Brady. Novak is the real deal man. Funny thank you that being said to feel welcome but I just think you're fucking incredible. I always have and Tony Robbins. Like it's always like he will say something about like. The women of Metoo are playing the victim. All right powerful. I I don't know the details. Don't put all homes on the scale. It is praising he's like you can't identify victim. You gotta get over it. But that's not well. Do you take the good like Polanski. Rapes women and he also makes good movies. Yes yeah I mean. It's a very complicated dude only robbins That's his whole thing right. Don't be a victim However I wouldn't call people putting Harvey Weinstein in jail victims. That's right that's very powerful. I agree moonves has to like these are people that were telling me. I should get out of the industry and now they're out of the industry. Is that true yes stat and wine told you to get out of the as and Harvey Weinstein told my manager at that time. That if she he said if you think he's a star you and he should leave the industry. This is one less move as best friend was my manager at that time to one when I'd go to Beverly Hills I'd still have panic attacks to up to last year and I wouldn't know why afraid that you might see him. No afraid because I'd walk right by the apartment where he said it to you. You set it to my manager who toge. Oh No. That's you know what I did new on Ener I it. Was you know what I mean like? Your panic was like but this is wary setup. That and I didn't really put it together and so what I did was I moved out of Hollywood and back to Chicago and started learning standup because was like I don't want to ever be told that again by powerful people and not have a backup plan. Well that is what gives us our power in a big way. Yeah is we can always go to that. I I did a thing. So long ago with Joaquin Phoenix. And he was sort of lamenting about the lifestyle of an actor and I took that as a as a thing like even him way sort of like. If it's not will I work again? Will I work on something? Good again like they have good. Yeah that's a good place to be. It is a good place to be but I think it is a good place but I think when you're eating you know Golden Grahams in your bathrobe and like three weeks goes by. I'm not saying it's a terrible life. I'm just saying the STANDUP can always go fuck this. I'm going. They'll they'll greet me with a with a lion's roar in Minneapolis. Well I don't know if you know this I don't know do lions live audience. Sound like one line so I don't know if you're aware of this but there is a guy that had a talk show like yours Called inside the actors studio who passed Yeah he passed and they as Lipton like people were yelling at. James looked their radios. She will yell at the radio with the screen often just the volume no TV just the volume on the TV mom and I- actors studio that is is that he other my mom. My mom and I my mom is basically came on my sophomore junior year so I watched it but people would come on there and he'd be like about the actor would you suggest actors and they're like It's pretty it's pretty stupid and I was pretty dumb and being an actor B. and actor and I would hear that as a seventeen year old and thank. I wasn't even acting at the time I thought. Oh they're just saying that because they don't want competition that's what people say about New Jersey. Let Him poop on us. We got deer eating in my driveway this morning and then twenty minutes into the city. They there's A. There's one guy told me that and I've been like that's what Jersey does they let. Everyone should on them. Oh yeah with the armpit of America of fucking planet on my I mean. It's so it's the first thing I say I go. I'm like why Brooklyn when New Jersey's closer it's exactly the Brooklyn has all the like. There's so many great songs however. What DO YOU SING IN JERSEY JERSEY? Take me in. No however you get there and you find out. Oh they weren't lying. There are parts of Jersey. That are there's parts of acting like they're just like Oh my God. This is what I signed up for. That's exactly right. I remember it was Brian Petrovka to fold in someone. We both knew. Yes and Kinda no I see him once every ten years. That's often but he was like I I would feel he said I would see Jeff Klinger on the Board of the lineup of Zanies and he was like and I felt bad him and I remember him saying that and I was like that's interesting because I'm trying so hard to be the name at Zanies pheasant run that weekend and he but he wasn't wrong. There's eating shit in any field. You just have to make sure it's the shit that you'd like to eat. It's the shit. That's the most appealing. Well it's yet Tom. Hanks is like. There's no good scripts they keep pitching choice story five. I don't want to start. Well I think I think for me. It's it's it's all always wanting to choose what's the shit that I'm like. Oh yeah that's my show. That's a better way to exactly that smells. That even tastes yeah. I'm GONNA have a little bit more but it I'm pretty Dang sure that's my crap and like that so so funny room and you find one. That's yours yeah and then your shit. That's the quote. So that's how you avoid now. My agents and managers of course have a different philosophy a different managers since two thousand good. Lord. I Beverly Dean is. Her name is what lay said everybody in Hollywood. Is that knows her like this. We did IMPROV. With thirty three people in her one bedroom apartment we stay. We slept in her. We slept she put us in our bedroom. Why they added Italian dinner. And then and then we Weinstein and Moves Vez. Sit Down and I do. Forty five minutes of Improv and panic attack common sweaty other. This is a true story other actors are going. Is it raining in here and I'm like Oh my God it's worse. Wait your manager. What's her name Bev. At the time Beverly Dean she gem Jesus Christ yes. That's right from the passion. Yes but if but she also she was a psychic so she also used to know raiders. I swear to God. She used to give the raiders head coach which was fun days. Appoint days at that time. Tom flory's Tom Floors. He she used to give hazy hazy. Winter's choose to give him psychic advice because she was a psychic. This is all true. You're so how sorta how did you get hooked up? Tell the whole story of this woman and it ends with doing Improv for lease we just spilled the beans on that one I know. Let's let's earn it. I loved it piqued our interest. So it's like a great movie that opens with. You wack doing here with rob for Harvey Weinstein and then it goes three months earlier. I'll see no I. That's not the order. I would want like my shit. Okay okay so well okay so I come. I'm in Chicago. One thousand nine hundred eight to doing improv. And I'm like I'm ready to take on how you started. Yeah Improv terrified to stand up. It's very scary. I don't know if you've ever done it it's terrifying. I'm not surprised because you have that. Stand up that I love. That is the improviser who crossed over. You know what I mean. The Standard of the cross over Improv is almost always terrible. But the improviser that crosses to stand up is almost always delightful. Yeah unless they're terrible right right right right and I have a hard time thing of San. That went the other way. And they're like wow who knew seinfeld. Give me a suggestion living room. Why do they call it a living room anew most my living in the hey jerry the rest of us? Kinda WANNA do some exact. I'm tired of doing actions. I need another suggestion. He just gets a new suggestion every three minutes. All right just blackout. When I'd Talia. Jelly beans does to invoke bean into the candy. How ABOUT JELLY BY? Oh got guests here tonight Larry Sanders. Come up okay. So it's two thousand and one I moved to La. Because I'm ready to take on the world you live to La in two thousand one. That I moved to Chicago. That feels a little personal. That's interesting because when I moved back you're we had crossover when you come back from New York interesting but you were there a little bit when I was there. We'll get there. Maybe so I come out here. And I'm come out. September first two thousand one and the new Improv Olympic on sunset. And Hollywood just open. And I'm like I'm going to go in there and.
"p brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Wayne Brady. I will. All. We order my credit card. He goes, oh, I thought that was you and what I used to be head of marketing for Sony, and I did a show with you with you years ago. And he said, I got, you know, like, there are a lot of ships in the business around two thousand nine and he said that fifty. I got laid off and he's like I didn't know what I was going to do. I'd been marketing for like thirty years or whatever. And so he. He called his friend Norman Lear because he had worked for. And he I don't know what to do normal like pretty much like, did you are you happy with your job? Do you or anything else go? I don't know. I'm not really happy with it anymore. Anyway, it goes well doubts time to do something new. And he just happened to have a passion for bread making. So he pursued it and opened this incredible bakery, in this tiny little town called those Alamos called. Los Alamos where the nuclear testing. I think it's a different Los Alamos. There's there's, there's a Los Alamos in New Mexico. Yeah. And this Los Alamos is. Just off the one on one. And so there's like a little it's like it's kind of a vineyard area and this tiny little town is sort of being revitalized by. Just like artsy creative types. So these old rundown places are now like like patik hotel, like dole old motels turned into like a Tiki hotel. That's any opened this really incredible. It's like the fucking best bread ever. It's called well. Bred. Well, bred? It's called Los Alamos. Name's Bob, and he was great. Well, I'm glad it worked out for him. Because it sounded like coming in on the story it sound like this guy was in marketing, and then was a waiter serving, you know, his shop. Well, then that was hit Brent. It was his it was his cafe. And, you know, and also just such an interesting lesson. I'm like, oh my God. You don't like whatever direction you think your life is going. And then all the sudden something changes and it's like, well, I'm just going to do this and other new thing now. So I don't know. It was it was very inspiration good for above good for Bob. Let's talk about you, Wayne Brady. How're you doing? I love these glasses. I have these was a kid. No. These originals. This is an original that the one you have is a reproach, but I have original original Landau air, and you can see the shape of the glasses is different, so cool. Yeah. Although someone has pointed out that if you got. The glass and hadn't seen the movie. The, the little exposition on the back gives up a lot of it's a lot of spoiler. Oh, yeah. They do that in the on on the cards to like as a kid. I remember having having the Star Wars cards, and depending on which cards you gave it actually told you the movie. Yeah. It's what you the exact thing. I'm hoping that, if you bought the card, you probably saw the movie. It's like no one watches talking dead. If they didn't watch Walking Dead. You know what I mean? It's like they probably we can't spoil anything on the show because people are probably already in just random glasses, if you were just like I'm going to get some water. I sure can't wait to go see the Star Wars movie, God, damn it, it's right here on the. Never again. He's very excited. He's very passionate rea-. Big. Bigs hours fan growing up will yes. And no. And I think it's an interesting thing thing because I, I'm, I'm writing a book right now called young gifted and wack about being a, a young black nerd from the hood and we've heard these stories in the eighties. Of course. Those of us that came they came of age about being being a nerd of the things that worked sessile to you people never talk about the kids who were nerds, and never had the things that you went..
"p brady" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Brady, Nevada passions collide, which is a reference to your passion for Flamenco and your passion for great rock guitar. Yes. Beautiful job. And that is that your is Jennifer playing percussion. Yes. Your wife. Mrs MRs Novon me. That's great. Okay. So tell us about the record like how did it come to be because you know, you do this teaching for your break your policy and now you're doing music again. And you put out this really great sounding records. So how did it start? And who did you work with? Sure, sure, I am. I just needed to redo my music again at there's something inside of me that wanted to to to do something. I always wanted to do that was to do an instrumental record. I played on a lot of people's records in the past, and and bands and all kinds of stuff. But I wanted to, you know, put something together that that you know, sort of had my fingerprints all over it. And and Banou was going to do it. I wanted to combine the passions of that I had with with my love for Flamenco guitar, and you know, all things guitar really, you know, rock and all the things that I've learned throughout the years. But I wanted the the Flamenco Nyland string to kind of, you know, have some threads throughout the the songs on on the record. So I went on that, you know, writing, and and and kind of took about a about a year and a half to get it all together and went down to. Friend of mine might have known David Nadi. He has a studio here locally, and we took took about a little over year to a record the whole record. And and get an Anna John university from San Francisco, he mastered it, which is the same guy. Dull Joe saturates records. Nice. So so yeah, at it's been through a lot of guitar players, hands speaking. Yeah. And plant who plays on it with you. Sure. I do all the guitar work. My wife, and Larry lefavor, he's a drummer he played drums on everything and Brian Carson base. And then I had the one song has some horn section in it the Seville horns played on that. And actually David's nephew Jules naughty played some percussion on it as well. Okay. Excellent. And I'm looking at the there's there's a great video by the way, we can see Brady just really tearing it up, and that's that church. It's the bottom was an unfinished basement of a sanctuary. Yes. Okay. It's just had a church kind of vibe, you know to. Okay, cool. So what is? What is coming up next? What is the next six to twelve months? Look like free you right, right? Well, continue to promote the record. Of course, doing everything I can to get it out there and then doing an album release party at the hard rock in Pittsburgh may tenth. So we're gonna play the whole the whole record in hopefully, some fun cover tunes and then off to doing some music festivals. You know, it's it's it's a little difficult when you have a instrumental actors, not a whole lot of places that you can write, you know, kinda go you have to kind of make your own way. And and, you know, see who will take you. But but we're definitely going to be doing some us at festivals this spring and summer it hopefully around the city and elsewhere as well what a lot of our players. Do. I seems today is they really rocked the YouTube channel with you know, showing, you know, gear. Reviews and showing off showing their gear and lessons, and you know, I'm thinking of people like Pete thorn and guys like that. You have any interesting maybe doing something like that. Where people could have like maybe weekly access or maybe even daily access to you. Yeah. I do have the YouTube channel up. I I haven't done any of free lessons. Type things your mini lessons and stuff. I plan on doing it. I I finally got some of the right lighting. Yeah. 'cause it you have to get some Queant if I'm gonna do it probably going to little right? Hopefully, of course, you know. But yeah, I'm going to get into that here. Probably in the next month or two actually going to start doing little clips and things and jammed and chilling some people might gear and maybe doing some reviews, you know, see what happened in a meal. I not awesome. So speaking of the online stuff, why don't you? Go ahead and tell everybody like how to get. You know, your website and all that stuff. So they can check out what you have going on. Sure. It's a you know, Brady, Nevada dot com. So w that braiding avant dot com spelled N V OT NY on that page. You can find all the links to Facebook Instagram Twitter, and I believe YouTube, and it can pick up if you're interested in the music. You can there's a spot for all that the downloads, and and the physical copies and the streaming and all that fun stuff is all right on that website. All right Brady. Thank you so much for taking the time to to. I let letting us know you for a little bit today. And and looking forward to seeing you know, what you come up with year or with your YouTube channels, if I'm a I'm a big follower of all of that stuff. I follow all the guys. Oh. Oh, definitely be interested to see what you have. Although you do have a couple of videos up right now. So people can check that out on
"p brady" Discussed on PTI
"Radio in Boston which pays him to appear weekly totally. Is this as childish as it appears on the face of it, or is there something you like about Brady ticket? Fours boy, I totally understand the sensitivity that Brady has in this particular issue before we were on television before we were columnists. We're actual reporters. Every question asked to Brady his legitimate. What is he doing on the plane? Is this a change in the philosophy what is going on? But this is for Tom Brady a rabbit hole. It's terrible. It risks rift with Bill Bella check it risks rift with Robert? No. Good can come out of this just for Tom Brady. No. Good at all. So I always pay and but I get, I get his sensitivity, Tom Brady's as smart as everybody wants us to believe come up with a funny line, you know, you're going to be asked, you're sitting at the crib Chilin. Are you doing nothing, but a void in training camp. So come up with a funny routine couple of couple of zingers. You just hang up the phone. You seem like a big don't. If that's what you appear being raw told Tom Brady's not that guy. That's the wrong. Look. Everything about it is need to pay job if I understand correctly during Deflategate he was on. He was online. Yeah, and he answered everything. I'm just suggesting to you that this thing is so murky. Yeah, and so weird green and we both want to know what is the deal with this rain up with a? Does he almost Dali affect? Is he a snake oil salesman? What is the power is over fifty professional athletes, famous ones who would come up with a line and not think Charles Barkley would hang up forty, have some lines. He DeVine's Coursey if you think Tom Brady's fed up with questions about his trainer, Doug Peterson is fed up with questions about Carson Wentz. Everyone is asking whether Wentz will be playing in the eagles opener though. He isn't even cleared for contact yet. Why are they asking? Because the first the eagles offense hasn't produced a single point in three exhibition games. We'll bunch of the eagle's even consider starting once in ten days. What was the word that came between three and games? I'd say exhibition exhibition? Yeah. So what do you call them exhibition games as you like to do to taxi. Take one of your few pokes at the league, or as I just call them preseason games the junk and less than ever coaches care about what happens in those games in Chicago, you gotta coach, you won't even play an unproven quarterback. Mystery Bisky won't even play him in the fourth preseason game. The one that most people use as dress rehearsal in terms of two from the third, but what the bears have have. Okay. So to. Don't even put him out there. So coaches don't even care to see their guys played them. So why should I pay attention to that? Oh, it doesn't exhibition games. Don't mean nothing less than yes, because the team that goes four, no, usually discount and I understand that they won the Super Bowl with Nick foles is polls available to them. Yeah, I think he's available to them so I don't not only don't. I think they should worry about this. I don't think there should be any pressure to play Carson Wentz until he is exactly one hundred percent not even ninety five percent they shouldn't. They shouldn't do that. These games are not precursors, particularly with the veteran good team. They're just not interested for couple years. Steve Young come on early in the fall until this way. Wait, don't pay attention to what you're seeing because coaches don't use the preseason as it used to be used. The preseason is really like weeks one, two and three while you still trying to figure it out. Can I Carson Wentz to have at least Cleveland game which produced no action of five? Nothing's for which isn't impossible. Score was the highest rated exhibition game on FOX. In the last six years, people want. To see this. It's junk people want conceded to hear you call it jump call. I've called the junk for how many years. I don't know yet. You can't tell because you sometimes behind the shield and I can't hear your voices of project is what your shield today. Not the moment I'm wearing the wedding suit my does that. What does wedding soon? Ohio states acting football coach Ryan day. You've heard Shirley tone?.