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"pat byrne" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:25 min | Last month

"pat byrne" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Just wanted to ask the president any miracle vid cures I tried some clorox on my cousin we had mixed results but anything else coming around the bend you've been working at. Okay. Well, only because I like the Adam Corolla Shell gives short of a sneak peek at what we're doing on night of the convention. We're going to have. James would come out. And the the the demon sperm lady is going to milk him to use a nice time and we're going to you know because he sort of a demon. Sort of things he tweets. So we're going to that's going to be sort of demon sperm sample and we're GONNA we're all GonNa. Toast. So it's going to be You know that's GonNa be one of the things that we're looking into. They would outside the box. That's what you know. This isn't GonNa Sleep. You Joe Convention. You would break the Internet. If I James Woods got came out there and agreed to be milked by the way a shrinking old James. Woods I think digs town was on the other the other night. which was him he was the box. Gossip junior and in that. On a totally different subject but sorta the same subject, I'll put it put it all for you. The highest grossing actor in the World I heard this the other day I was surprised by it's it's it's the celebrity who's been in the most the highest grossing movies combined over there over their career and it's hard to guess but it's an interesting Jackson a what it is Sam Jackson. Pitch Mike. See. President trump does not get the credit he deserved really does. I know especially man of color I know you think of with John Wayne or chuck. Hassett right everybody's everybody's so PC. You know when he was with the dinosaurs. Jurassic, Park, the you know dinosaur Americans were very strong and promoting that movie and so it's you know and then he was in star wars but he's only in it. I don't think it should count. He's does like five minutes in a movie and then he gets to count the billion dollars. Agents of agents of shield and all that right I'll he says and drastic mark is hold onto your butts. Movie put him over the top but the drastic bark on the Star Wars prequels he probably thirty combined lines. But how about that as a progressive America president trump here we have a black man. You know we had a black man that was president for four years before you took over, and now we have a black man highest grossing actor in America not. That's that's good progress, right? I. Think it's Strong Progress I. Think I'd like to see that change. I think it'd be nice to see sort of a white actor so to reclaim the title Oh you. Store. What about thor? You know he's a very strong big blonde. Looks like me you know this factor he's a handsworth. Yeah. Yeah. You're both tall but people think sometimes people think I'm a Hemsworth asserts you get confused with the brothers? Well you know. They thought I was an uncle somebody. Asked me. If I was Chris Hemsworth stronger uncle. All right I will give a plug to. Jail Kovin here where's jails? Let's see if I can find this. podcast making podcast. Great. Again, it's available on Apple podcasts and spotify as well with the jail Kovin dot com that see a sorry see a UV. Thanks jail always appreciate. Be here talking and I appreciate the I like the low key trump everyone else I feel like is going way over the top with trump and they're it's it's it's funny. But it's like if you WANNA be a little more realistic like if you ever interview Mike Tyson, he sounds like Mike Tyson, but he sounds like low key Mike Tyson and that's how you know it's my Tyson. Everyone else goes big Mike Tyson. It's not cartoon Mike Tyson. It's Mike Tyson same thing with Schwarzenegger. Real it in thanks jail. Mike. Let's Let's let's ask you a question or two, and then we'll We'll wrap it up and do the do the news. So, predictions What do you think? What do you think of polling in general? And is polling. More, difficult now than it was in the past in terms of. People. Are Easier to reach because we have technology but are they as truthful as they were in the past thirty thoughts on that you know the pollsters will tell you it gets harder every year because people just don't want to participate. You know forty years ago Dr Gallup calling it was like the president Now there's so many polls they people don't value as much and they do most pollsters say they do play around a little bit so at the pollsters do is. They ask kind of commentary Gatien tricks. You like trump. No you know what about your neighbor Oh. He just voting for him ten times, right? So you have ways to kind of trick them out of their lives and the other problem people scoff at the polling last year but it measured the popular vote in the whole country and turned out to be pretty right this year it's going to focus more on the. Key States now. But thinner always remember about polls. They are mostly a noise meter of what was on the media ten days ago. Trailing indicator, and so if something's all over the press, the polls tend to follow it. They don't do a particularly good job of predicting everything they tell you. What people are hearing and what they're reacting to. So my guess is a good polling will be pretty accurate, but watch staples more than the popular vote polls because you know the electoral college is the key. So it's Michigan Florida Arizona North Carolina Wisconsin And think I got them all in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are the keys. What thanks Mike I hope you can check back in with us as we get. Closer to the election to you know, give us give us your expertise on it one more time. hacks on tap with Mike Murphy and David Axelrod and that's available on Apple podcasts and spotify as well. You can shoot them a tweet at Murphy Mike. Thanks Mike. Thank you enjoy the guys always good to talk to you. All right. Let me hit Madison Reed Mr everyone knows that Madison Reed is a really nice job for the ladies in the hair coloring, and now they're doing it for the Fellas to the the mister you can take that. Grain kind of blended in a little bit. Take a little little more Pat Byrne a little less salt it'll work with your beard it worked with your hair. You don't get that shoe Polish look. Dan Done. She's telling us all on the air off the. Can't, remember. He looks real good with that stuff. You get the package put on the gloves you rub in a little Dalla Ping just kind of rub it through your hair and then you use the activator and like ten. Let it sit there for ten minutes and then go ahead and rinse it out it is. Not Jarring takes the gray away and looks good. They know what they're doing right Dawson go to Madison Reed Mr Dot Com that's. An RFID or dot com and use code girl over ten percent off plus free shipping on your first box..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:06 min | 2 months ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I mean what tragedy rate? Yes, part of the US Laval Plane Crash Yeah. You know one of the the best Pavel Dmitri stories I can give you. The two thousand four World, Cup of Hockey Slovakia didn't do very well. and. You know they were very disappointed in themselves and one night, I was standing outside the Slovakian dressing room I think they were I. Think they playing Canada but I can't remember. I'd have to check and see who they were playing, but we were broadcasting the game at CBC. And they played a bad period and I was waiting to do an interview with them. And there was a slow. The Slovakian media relations person was a great guy by the name of Ebor to Latchkey. He was my contact there. If I needed to speak to a player, I would ask eager. And he started laughing and I said. What's so funny? He goes. You don't understand the language. And I go. What are they saying in there? They're ripping each other they're. They're angry about how poorly they're playing. They're calling each other out, and they're calling each other losers and quitters and worse and worse than that and I go. WHO's saying it? Why recognized Chara Chara? I mean you knew Charles Voice, but there was another voice that was pretty loud in there, and I go, who's that I? Don't know that voice and he says dimitre he's very competitive is remembered that about dimitre is that the Slovakian team played very poorly in. Those. Two guys were the guys yelling at each other so skilled elliott just watching him with such a delights Ryan Graves. Well what a breakthrough story! This year! Don't Know Ryan Graves at all? But how can you root against a guy who took a bit longer persevered and looks like he made it and I know the avalanche are are trying to sign him you know I. Mean what a great story plus minus leader in the NHL this year right at a nowhere and I hope he gets a good contract and consent set his family up for a while he is that breakthrough player. You nailed it and finally Adam mcquaid. I covered the game where Adam mcquaid scores. I H L goal for the BRUINS and I remember calling his parents and they a like at the beginning. They were like yes, sure this hockey night in Canada calling. They thought we were playing a joke on them and then events. They talked about how proud they worded. Seattle scores first goal. You know the other thing now like a really tough player and a guy like the Bruins love that guy. A dare certain. Is You ask people about? And the teammates light up Adam, mcquaid's one of those guys rob on tough as well okay, oh, yeah, and guys played through a lot of injuries and keeps persevering because he wants to play loves hockey all right so We think Todd Glenn for that one. What's the theme for each? The theme is Prince. Edward Island I. Played their tree living played there. Richard, born there I assume Lapierre played their junior. Yeah, Okay Doug Maclean is captain Pi. Venal coach there because I remember Richard skated. They're when during the lockout when Veena was the coach. There Galon obviously is from their dimitre I assume he played there and graves obviously is connections. These guys been there, too. So P is the answer. He I is indeed the female that one. This is all involved without a P.. I. Senators of the Ahl the CWM J. Shells P. I rocket, or as you point out our from Prince Edward Island well. Done Fray J- I gotTA. Tell you delegates construction management. That's good luck. It'll be back next. Tuesday the shirt. I liked I could use more of those in my wardrobe. Currently I have zero. Coming up. You'll hear from Paul Hendrika. We talked briefly last week. You'll hear from the man this week. Also you'll hear from Brian. Burke, who comments on the passing of someone in the industry who? Played in the NHL for eight seasons with Philadelphia, Vancouver and Hartford but his work as an assistant coach. Scott as well and the people he touched. meet him a giant in this game, and that has Jack Michael Huggy who passed away at the age of sixty eight, and you'll also hear from Pat. Byrne who is a sleep specialist who once worked with the Vancouver? canucks in two, thousand, eight and Elliott you can recall at that time. That was considered revolutionary. What the Vancouver canucks of hired a sleep specialist why now it seems Elliott. Everybody's doing it. I think we should hire them at work. Amen, would it be nice someone walking when you're in kindergarten and the force you to put your head down on the desk and you had to have a nap when it'd be nice, if like our bosses came around during the day, and said Hey Elliott's Go Curl up under your desk and have a nap for an hour and a half to be fantastic. If that happened, you know the only problem with that. Jeff is that at our workplace guarantee you'd wake up with like a moustache like an indelible marker. You'd wake up with Sharpie on your face, and maybe a wedgie depending on who was around. That's right, and you have the name merrick across your forehead Freeman across mine. Let's get to the news of the week. And before we get to the latest on the return to play and Oh my goodness. We are a week away from talking about exhibition games in the NHL. Elliott. What's happening with? Arizona and Taylor Hall. Boy I gotTa tell you it's an interesting story. First of all a couple of weeks ago on the thirty one thoughts blog we I interviewed Javier, Gutierrez, who's the new CEO and president of The coyotes..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:00 min | 2 months ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"I we won't even get to. Broder in what's good is let's save the Montreal Shit for the next time because there's so much do so much more positive and what? No one of the ones that doesn't is is is Pat Burns? Is I think the reason. Why maybe there's some great things about later on in life where I. You get these coaches, and you get people that try to act tough and scary, and till you seen scary, it's it's Pat Burns so. It's one of the out so he comes in and I held out and held up for like a day, but still held out against the job. It's supposed Pumpkin and I And we were like I'm not really hitting off Burns. You could tell he doesn't really like kind of my personality. Let's say in the beginning and so. Anyway we're in Carolina and after the game, we're going on a team retreat. And so Burns's Kinda on me. I kind of feel like an Jimmy Mack Mackenzie got the story, but we're. We're like four, no five hundred. Whatever this and that. We. Get a power play were down by a goal and I go out there and. I'm just nervous a burns. You like things I. I'm not a good start. Whatever and I take a trip in penalty to get us off. The powerpoint and Russia chicken was the ref, and he was at my golf that one year, and I told we tell the story, but no, so I'm I'm pleading. I'm pleading Schick that that. You know you can't do this? You can't do on. And I was living with Jay Pandolfi Oh and another guy from Boston and his cousins so I'm for mass holes in the room I heard the greatest line ever because it was during the Sunday football and the guy says it to one of the buddies. I was like Oh man so I say to the REF I say the sugar and I'm like. You know why don't you? Why don't you go down and finger? Yourself I used it seaward. I go want you go down and do that and smell your fingers after because that's how you disrupt this game and before you know it, schicker just paying i. get an extra two. I get an extra get kicked out of the game and I'm like holy the same good to saint good so Jim McKenzie I'm in the room I. Don't take my stuff off I. Don't know what to do. Jim Mackenzie and Turner getting a fight. They come in the room. They're fighting and I'm like this and that and. I'm like Shit. This is not good. This is not good, so pat burns walks in. And he goes, he walks in. He sits down and he goes. Everyone's sitting down and he goes now I know now I know. Now I know they've got the last guy fired now. I know that you bunch of Prima Donnas Blah Blah Blah and the conversation is basically going to me, and now he starts going. He stands in front of the room and the guys ever in the room. NERF, this day dies, and he starts going. Why. He does that for if he doesn't do that for a minute. That's longtime this guy doing that, and it's like or he's staring at me and everyone's Kinda. Set the tone whatever next day we go to read this vacation spot. You got to pick whether you wanted to to Golfer. GO FISHING! I was going to go fishing. I didn't go back then. The boats right there. The boats right there and there's Bergonzi. And the coaching staff off to the side. and. He's got a big cigar that you'd Pitcher Pat, Byrne. Smoking and I'm like Motherfucker I gotTA. I'M GONNA have to walk them. There's no way I can get around it. I'm like Oh, man fishing, too. Yeah, so I get on the boat I N. he's one of those guys you hear about Parsoes like. To say hi him in the morning. He might get offended by that like and you don't, and it's just burns. He's just the best so I get on the boat and are with the equipment, guys and masseuse. Guy I think panels with me and. One of the equipment guys is from Newark new. Jersey so the guy's never been on a lake before in his life, so we're going about we go. I don't know how far we go out, not that far and the train. One of the stick goes. What the hell was that last night and it was like. What do you mean he goes all? I hear from outside was wow. And I'm like freaking out. Hey, don't do that. Don't do that shit floats off the wall. Like burs. I heard that and he's like I. Don't hear Shit Two seconds later. My phone rings. I don't know the number I looked down. I answered because there's a Jersey number I answered you the last fucking every well. You're the LA. Guardia ever fucking be wowing anyone you piece of shit or something like that, Click. Like. Literally like literally like who is that? I'm like so it just. Know man he was, he was the. Did you ever go up and tell them that it wasn't you know serve? We had A. we had a security meeting so now burns. Me Patrick Eliash took it the most like we got and now after the trade deadline. It's literally like fuck off to this I'm doing my thing you know, so. We have a meeting. We have A. we have the security meeting or one of those like they're teaching. You know whatever I had enough and I'm like I'm going in there as office in here it is, and the guys are all waiting for the START I go into his office, and I've been doing everything he said, and still not playing this and that so finance like the big. You know and I'm like you know, Faulk, you've. Thrown out back this and that he's get up on the board. Show me and I'm like fuck off. You just don't like me if this is a joke. You know he's just sitting there. And he goes. You don't you want to hear? His, you walk upstairs. You walk up to the big man. You tell them you want Outta here. I don't wear came on I go. No, no, no, you're the one that wants to be fucking out. You walk upstairs and you tell him so anyway. We're going on now. We're really going at it and. I'm GonNa Yell Yell and finally he says shut shut the fuck up and I'm like vacuum, not and he goes. Shut the fuck up, and I'm like I'm not gonNA show, and this guy stands up and goes one more fucking word, say say and for me to shut up. I was like you could tell. There was a student so I'm literally like and I'm in tears now like I'm so like I'm in tears..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Davis Davis has never seen Jay and silent Bob Reboot. I like when people do these. Very specific types of things especially a reboot of a movie. That also wasn't that long ago right really. I think it came out twenty nineteen but this is so fun. Pat Byrne also on your. He's so funny Brett you may know from the Special Without Brett Davis which was public access show in New York so so wonderful and he's just press one. He won the Andy Kaufman Award. He so funny so unique. He's never seen Jay and silent. Bob Reboot and I wanNA tell you. Brett wanted to write this. In the style of Kevin Smith. He worked so hard. And so it's important that you know this because you're like who would say these Kevin Smith would so he specifically wrote in the style of Kevin Smith like riding nineties movies with the vernacular and stuff like no homo and stuff like that that you don't really be able to say when the writing something anymore it's a loss cadence? It's for the better. What he's never seen Bob reboot and if you're still listening to this I'm GonNa make separate thing for this to introduce it but at the end of the episode way before this was ever a podcast when it was just a live show. I thought it could be a good idea for podcast in this. When I lived in Queens I had come over with some comedians and we recorded a sample episode of the podcast to try and send places to get this sort of like a pre pilot pilot where Brett had never seen dead pool. And so there's a bonus Brett Davis scene at the end of this where he's never seen deadpool. Alex plane that Again to put in a in in term right there but this is Brad Davis has never seen Jay and silent Bob Reboot. It's so fun. We're joined by Pat Byrne as well too great episode. You'RE GONNA love it come to live show tonight l. a? Come to live show in Denver on the twentieth And thank you very much. Enjoy it you ever talked to. People as their influences are sorry by me. My computer people ask you what your they're like. Comedy and mine are some stand ups but honestly a lot of if I'm being honest about the comedy stuff I laughed at the most growing up was looney tunes. Bugs bunny bugs bar. I love bugs bunny. I Love Marvin the Martian yet I love Daffy and then on Jackass. I watched jackass and I was like this at least made me think I could make comedy on my own. I hate anything that has to do with bodies or food jackass so it kind of just like cuts like the Stevo World of it ice age but watching them Skateboard in a loop. Sure and they meet. That made me think I could make stuff on my own. Say and then you know sometimes some stand ups and stuff but whenever you hear a comedian. I don't know if we're all like relatively the same age I think when you hear someone that I just was really into Carl and Lenny Bruce and prime and you're like what yeah when that weirds me. Oh it's like the musicians Jimi Hendrix. The cow is relevant to you and you understand there's influence and there's importance and stuff like that but nothing that they ever said. I'm just getting to the age. Where something George Carlin would have said could apply to my life and I was like sixteen. He's I saw him when I was in college and I think he is. As Cranky is my mom. Said he would be this. Chick set artless podcast. I think our court our interest separately. So we'll do this game involving my dad at the beginning and then we'll read the script and then we have a couple of other. We use those cards last game. I can't remember we did okay. And then we have a couple of games that we play And that's pretty much it. It's you know maybe our tops and we're good and go off the rails as much you want to go off the rails. The rails are are nonexistent. Grab grab instruments you want or grab grab one of these waters and take that xylophone if this is this thing.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

12:54 min | 1 year ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The English rugby player was allocated to the bills yesterday and fell analytics expert, Cynthia Freeland and pro football hall of fame executive director. Joe Horrigan also scheduled. After DeMarcus Lawrence signed his one hundred five million dollar deal with the Cowboys. He set to undergo labor surgery on Wednesday. The defensive end said he's aiming to be ready when the regular season opens and the Rochester Americans clinched home ice advantage for their first round playoff series. After two one win over Cleveland last night. The Amherst will host game one and two of their series on April nineteenth and twenty first Rochester with three regular season games remaining and head coach. Chris Taylor scheduled to join the instigators here. Just a couple minutes heat. No, he's not going to join us in a couple minutes. He'll join us right away early. The rink is a player early on the radio as a coach got eleven. How you doing tales get you guys doing congrats on clinching? Thanks very much for shit. I know you're on social media all the time you on Twitter. No, I'm not on anything. Okay. Well, the reason I ask that is because old man river. Here had some choice words for mardi Burana about teach Thompson, and basically stating he's not he's not struggling offensively down there right now with his start with the AmEx. No, he's come up. You know, had some good success with offensively. But I think there's a lot more, and we expect a lot more. And he's but he's a da- putting to came. And last name score goals were big power play goal and with his big shot. And then another one that with a quick one timer. He's got a great shot. But he's still dappling right now. Yeah. Understood the young player. I it's really nice to see him. Go down have some success ofensive that being said in order to play in the National Hockey League and have a successful career. There's so many more intangibles that needs to be worked on what are some of the things that you're working on with Teijin to try and round out his game or just play with the puck. That's the biggest thing is such a natural gifted player offense. You know, he's got to find ways to get open. You know away from the puck just wall plays especially in dis dis own getting in front of guys, you know, using his body to his strength using his, you know, his reach and using his evening speed. You know, utilize all those assets. And once he gets more confidence every game. And I think I'll come out of them. And I think sometimes when you're up in the NHL, you're free to make mistakes, and I get that. And it's always tough because you don't get back on the ice. And and you know, here it's development. We tried to help guys that you know. Hey, if you make that mistake will learn you're gonna go back out there and learn from your mistake right away. And you know, he's done. He's made a couple of big mistakes and put him right back out there and he's learned from him. And you know, you can just tell you getting a little bit more competent with what he's doing. Chris got some guys back yesterday. They didn't play last night. But it certainly enhances the roster for this weekend coming up for the playoffs in in all of sin and pilot and me Lander. You've used forty players this year. And obviously at this time of year, you have a major surplus of bodies how Dongting is that for you every day trying to figure out who to get in the lineup now, and who you will ultimately ultimately put in the lineup when the playoffs begin. Yeah. That's that's a tough part right now, we're trying to find some combinations for lines beating into the playoffs because we want. Everybody becomes trouble and practices. Well, and so we're going to try and do that this week here. Tomorrow on Thursday for the weekend. You don't there's always tough decisions we've gone through a lot of players this year and guys stepped up and big time for us and DEP is really coming came through for us as well. And those are gonna be hard hard decisions. But that's good. They're making decisions on us. It wasn't hard to sit. And then, you know, then we wouldn't have a really good team. And I think we have a really good team that a lot of guys put a lot on us. So it's always gonna be difficult. But you know, we're gonna need everybody. You know, we want make a long a big push here. And and go deep in the playoffs. We're going to need everybody in because you're gonna have to sacrifice blocking shots guys are gonna get bumped and bruised, and we're gonna need everybody. So it's it's a good thing to have you're gonna be going old school throwing the guys in the hotel night four-game. No, we're not we've just business as usual. You know, we respect what the guys do at home and understand what they. What they need. And you know, we we told trust that they'll be ready for every game. Did you ever do that? Were you here in buffalo, and they did that? Yep. Yep. How'd went from. I went from the residents into the Marriott. So you went from your own your own with two rooms and a kitchen, a roommate here roommate? Pack my bags drove across the street stayed there for a night and went back to the residents and we're on the road. How does that translate in performance? I only got to play games. So. Chris Taylor head coach. They did what I've heard teams doing that. We did that jersey river. I don't know if you did that we did that Montreal. You know, there's so much noise on the on if you're in the playoffs. Montreal I mean, it is really tough to stay focused, and they just bunkered us down in in a hotel there, and we add the entire floor together and phone calls. You couldn't phone in. You know, cell phones, you had to give your cell phone to the coaches. It was we were locked in tales. Do you? Remember, our our hotel phone call code in Philadelphia in the first round the playoffs and five or six. What was it again Mugabe too? JP Duma do my because you've ever got to got on the queue. We ended up naming Corey Smith Magog to video coach for the islanders and Corey Smith gets on the on the the bus to go to Toronto, and he had on a black and white tie. But it looked it looked like a piano key tie. But it wasn't. But if everyone everyone remembers zoo Lander megani too, and he had the piano key ties Dumont gets on the on the buzzing goes over. Okay. Whatever McGaw to you know, this Frenchaccent. So that one stuck anyway, eight tales just just let you know. I know you can't say much about it. But up here on the instigators. We've thrown your hat into the ring for the coaching vacancy up here, but can't make any promises. I know you can never make promises, but I've just focus on one team. That's Rochester Americans. Yeah. I absolutely. I I feel for you know, what I just want to say, I you know, I feel for. Everybody. You know, Jason Randy Steve making a hard decision on Phil. What a great guy would agree person. He taught me a lot in training camp like a lot. And he was always Ming he made it very comfortable for me being there. And again, I just thinking of him at this time, you know, it's tough for everybody. How many coaching changes did you go through as a player? No one during season. I never. Never lost a coach when I played by ger. Even like, it's I had going for hikes six years. I had. Happens for one year that Lindy for those years at Randy anywhere worth here. I only played for three different teams really like I didn't play for a lot of different teams and never had an coaching changes in the middle of the season. Who is your favorite coach growing up like whether it's junior or whatever is there one coach that now that you're coaching sticks in your mind. I mean, we've had you on the show before. But there's always different gashes you can ask. And I don't think I've ever asked you who. I love so many different ones y'all like my junior coach Gary Agnew. Great guy taught me a lot when I was younger than I had growing that really taught me how to play the game. How I was going to get the NHL how I don't play the right way. He was a Centerman Centerman. Antastic with that. And then, you know, Pat Byrne, he's a different coach, but well respected. I really liked him. I thought he was really funny and caring in the dress room. No way really of knew that they really hard on guys. But he was actually really getting interesting room. And you know, and then there's Lindy, you know, we we've had years Linde, I really loved and respected him. You just get so many different things different people that you really liked and I was just very fortunate. I had some good coaches. I just think back you said Gary Agnew. And he was I mean, not the Kingston front next Belleville bulls or Kingston. I don't know if he went to belvoir Oshawa think he went to Oshawa. I know he ended up. He had you wasn't London. Yeah. He had. He had great Stinson London. I just I remember him in Syracuse with all our battles. When when he was coaching the Syracuse crunch and you went to Columbus. And he's in Pittsburgh Penguins. Coach. So he's been. He's he's had a great career. Now. He's back in Utica, socio coach and never never no motivation, ever, grow moustache. No. Mustache, Chris Taylor. Joining us here on the instigators amorous clinch home ice for round one of the twenty nineteen Calder Cup playoffs. I'll ask you this again with with bodies coming back in the guy like Thomson. Obviously playoffs difficult, and we all know that. But I mean is there reason for you to not believe that your team is is ready to win a caller Cup. Well, the biggest thing for me is how we come out in the first round the first, you know, because that's that's the most important. I think for any team, you know, how you get ready for the play offs and what you're doing. And right now, I like what we're doing. You know, we're going to Syracuse after not I'm such a great game on Friday and in going in there and responding the way we did on the road, and then going travelling already Cleveland playing them last name have a big win pretty short in the lineup. And I feel that the guys are hungry. I feel we have a great great group guys are like really care about each other and care about, you know, the Rochester Americans care about our fans care about the community, and you know, that pay big dividends. And I think that you get up to good start in the first round. I think that just carries over and mental of it and just like. It's just like every shift. You know, one line has a great ship. The next thing has a great shift and keeps keeps going, and I think that's the way we gotta go with each game here coming up, and it all starts again on Friday. Like, we we look at it. Like, hey, we worked hard all year. Why not be first division? We you know, we we earned it. So we, you know, we got three games left. And we wanna make sure where we won't be at the top. Absolutely, Chris always hard questions, but just based on everything we've talked about and your career path and where you're at. I know you appreciate the efforts of guys that don't get an awful lot of the attention who give me one or two or three hundred or money. You want guys that don't get talked about often enough as to what has made your team really good this year. Well, I think guys like intermix William Simpson. You know, if I you don't Smith Randall all these guys that Chris cool like, they don't get the big. The big articles. But they they do a lot in the game. You know, they sacrifice a lot of things. They work hard. Come to the rank every day and put it on the line. And you know, you can go down the line. I think like, even you know until Borgen really got his recall like, you know, he not much talked about him, and, you know, Nathan page we does for dressing room, Adam Wilcox and Wedgwood Wilcox's. He's a funny guy, and he brings lightens up our dressing room and just so ma'am, Daniel Regan, I just you know, I I could name every guy that has done something that underrated but make our room better. And that's that's what that's what good. That's good teams. Are you can't just name one or two? Have you seen a difference in in some of your guys since eighth comeback from buffalo? I mean, we'll Borgen yet for example, fade really well, and he's played solid. And nothing's dropped off..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Talk about business partnerships between the university of Mary and businesses that are really working on the workforce. By we have as, you know, a workforce challenge in the state of major proportions more people more jobs open than there are people looking for jobs, and so university of Mary as some great partnerships that really helped with that regard give the employees an extra benefit that is very well received. So they'll tell you about that just a moment also want to tell you a little bit about. I don't know if you know, but there is a college basketball playoff underway and the finals were approaching okay. And some people like to think they know who's going to win. And so they have a little bracket and they see for instance, here north central playing North Dakota state coming up on. That Wednesday Thursday. Right. I yes, they will play the bison play tomorrow. And then the term starts Thursday. And that's right. Okay. So they play tomorrow. And then Thursday's is when the tournament was start and so they would play on Friday against Duke. Woo correct. Yeah. So I if they win that game so many waiting coach K. Oh my God. Seen what advisable due to a little blue Dell. It can happen. It can happen. So if you wanna you want to be part of this we I I'm filling out one of these brackets. And if you beat me you have a chance to win over a thousand dollars in cash and prizes. The point of view pizza corner pizza. Yeah. I think we should have our own little contest. I think we should and. Want me to enter to be you get you of my pillow Schmitz gyms and fine jewelry rainbow play systems of North Dakota. And all you have to do is you the flag website to find this AM eleven hundred the flag dot com. AM eleven hundred flag dot com Fargo affiliate and sign up for that bracket challenge. And if you have the best bracket at the end went all the cash and prizes. So it's kind of fun. So I'm looking for some challenges. So, you know, and this is of course for something commonly referred to as. You ready? College basketball playoffs. That's what it all. There you go. Yeah. College basketball player safe lane counting. The you know me I'm going to be in a safely. We'll give the NC double lead time. They'll. Screw that up to come up with another term or something like that. Yeah. All right next up on the program. We're going to learn a little bit about something that is working. And I'm Rachel Blache. Glad to welcome back to the program. She's executive director of the university of Mary worldwide and Rachel how are you? I'm good morning. Scott. Nice to have you here. Pat bertinelli is here and Pakistani vice president of human resources at N B I energy services. Pat. How are you doing? I'm doing great. Thanks god. And so first of all Rachel, explain what a business partnership is. What do you do when you work with folks like NBA and other? So we offer a variety of both undergraduate and graduate programs for that working adult so online or at one of our locations across the state in the evening, but we also want to make sure that we're a key market for us to be able to serve is the employer's, right? And and understanding what their needs are. And so we work with various employers across the state, and we offer scholarships to there's those employees who want to maybe finish up their bachelor's degree. Maybe they're looking for a master's degree or potentially looking at a certificate or other training. And so we offer their employees scholarships. So it makes it more affordable for that employees. And then also too. It's it's a great benefit to be able to attract people to those employers as well, we want to help them to be able to attract the best people out there and to be able to retain them long term, and those business partnerships are really a key component of that. Ryan, Pat from your perspective as part of the benefit package for folks that want to work for a world class oilfield service company, like NBA energy, what kind of what kind of a sweetener if you will is that for your perspective employees. It actually our folks were very enthused about the relationship. We've got a presence over there in Waterford city. We got Bob over there. Bob nelson. Who's right there in Waterford city, and we we have this community partnership as well to educate our employees when they come out here. We have opportunities to educate them on the benefits of being a North Dakota. And taking advantage of the opportunities that we have in this great state. So we have had university of Mary pop into our safety meetings and just do brief introduction. It'd be available after the safety meetings per questions now. Answers. And obviously, we're not gonna take away from the safety message. But just having those folks there waiting for the safety meeting to end, we were really enthused and surprised at how many of our folks actually went and engaged Bob to ask about the opportunity. So as Rachel saying, we have a scholarship program four hundred dollars per semester per employee, and they're they're very excited about it. We got employees all over western North Dakota, many of them have been reaching out to get more information, and they're very excited about it. Once they get a degree in a particular area. Then I mean, are they doing that? So they can rise up the ladder at MBA, for instance. I would say that that was one of their objectives. And then, you know, as we engage university of Mary, we'll pay close attention to that too. And then we'll work with our management team to make sure that we're collaborating with that employee on potential opportunities that they may want in the future. So we'll definitely be a teamwork approach to bringing out the best in our people, and is the benefit available to anybody at NBA new employees current, please, absolutely. How about spouses Pat doesn't cover the spouses yet? But you know, we're hoping that with our partnership with the university of Mary that if our employees have a great experience with that that that will drive some traffic to university of Mary for sure, but I will tell you that as we recruit people to North Dakota. We do share our relationship with the university of Mary, they're just absolutely great community partner. And you know, we can talk a little bit here. A little bit more. The workforce initiative that we have to train our management team. So it's just been a great partner. And and our folks appreciate that partnership. Interesting. I'm wondering more about the minute here. Rachel about other companies they either trying or or or considering adding spouses, I think that just because obviously in the case of the oilfield work. You bring somebody there might have had somebody new to the community. And and and a spouse that has the opportunity to take advantage of this program, and you know, find a career that works for them. And this that much more likely that they, you know, one stays at the particular company and the other one is out meeting a workforce need that. We have in North Dakota too, many businesses. Do the spouse thing. Absolutely. We we talked to a lot of family members. And they find you know, what it's time for me to go back to school to and we'd love to help them. We had actually a great conversation. I'll probably a few years ago at M B. I actually where there was a a a steak fry that went on there for employees and families, and as I was speaking with employees and their spouses, there was people interested in counseling programs in NBA and getting their bachelor's degree and getting a certificate and a lot of those were were the spouses, and and they're looking to grow obviously on their own careers, or maybe reentered the workforce as well. And so it was really great to be able to work with those individuals. And and to be able to say you guys can do this together. We we have a husband and wife team here in Bismarck, and the the wife started her degree, and she said, you know, what it's time for you to do this too. And so they're doing their program together. He's doing undergraduate she's doing graduate and. It's a great example for their kids to to be able to witness that that it's really great to invest in yourself because ultimately you're going to be able to invest in the community and your family more. And so whether it is maybe just a a specialized training that we're doing or maybe you're interested in doing the entire degree. It's a really great example. And it provides you with a skill set. That's unique. And that's what's important is that is that our courses provide opportunities to apply. What you learn the very next day. It's what we strive to do with what we do. And it's really a core value when we're creating curriculum questions or comments. So welcome for our guests. We we have a workforce crisis in the state. There's no question about it. It is probably the number one pain point, not probably it is the number one painful, I've talked to lawyers just to know this firsthand businesses here there are more openings than people actively looking for work. So that means a lot of work getting those positions filled things like this can really make a big difference university of Mary's really great partner for companies and helping. In that regard, Rachel brash, who's executive director of university of Mary worldwide and Pat Byrne a nut Noli is the vice president of human resources at NBA energy services. You give me a quarter every time I say your name, right? And then maybe I'll maybe I'll get that down. Just perfect. That sounds good. Yeah. My Italian Luik anyway. So so let's talk about what you mentioned earlier, and that is training for for for management and university of Mary helping their tell us a little bit about how that's worked. Well, as we all know, there's there's a there's a shortage of labor in the workforce. And really the mission is you have to find a way to do more with less, and we have a very talented management team and in to achieve that objective. You know, the one thing that I absolutely love about North Dakota's that you can really be anything that you want to be. And and we've had a lot of folks that have worked hard and escalated through the to the system receive promotions, and and are now running operations, but with that being said, we have to offer some type of learning and development program to strengthen their skills. No different than training truck drivers or any of that other types of stuff, and we've been working with university of Mary we've had several meetings with those folks that we brought in a cross sectional group of our management team. And the one example, I'll share with you as we had a we've got a Twenty-three-year-old petroleum. Engineer that works for she's doing a fantastic job for us. But in this meeting with university, Mary he said, I'm a petroleum engineer. And I know how to be a petroleum engineer, but I need some skills in dealing and working with people. So that was one objective that we're working with university of Mary his to come up with curriculum that can help some of our young leaders, you know, advance in their own careers and just have a great working relationships with our front line. And then just some of the other feedback that we got from some of the other managers. I mean, we have opportunities to to really build any type of curriculum that we want, and that's one thing that we really appreciate about university of Mary is they're not trying to tell us what to do. They're listening to us in creating a curriculum that meets our needs. Interesting. That you know, how would you put into words the difference? That makes at the end I mean to have that process have the, you know, the the knowledge be absorbed. And then when you get to a year down the road of political situation comes up, and you have the benefit of that additional level of training..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"But the fact was g Carboneau and Chris Chellios tied. And so that was a tie. That's fine. Now, we throw everybody out ok guys or search. We're between these two guys who had the most votes we voted again, and they tied. And so I was like what what what's, you know? What's? But Serge gonna do. And he said he made a very quick decision. He said, okay. We're gonna have to captains. Now was it. So one more I think the c one game. And I think they just switched on account over how how we did it and he made a fast decision what? Which was interesting. I think you know, surge was a great leader of that organization. And I think is decision was was good because it wouldn't create any controversy. And there was you know, there's no question amongst the players. There was no rivalry between French and English players. But certainly in Montreal media, and there was always a a rivalry. And if. If a French player, I think the way we felt as English players anyway for French player was as good as you. He was probably going to get the spot from a media standpoint, not from a non of search of ardor, Pat Byrne standpoint, but you know, they were always looking for, you know, a bias to French Canadian players, which is fine. You know, we never affected us as players a follow up on that. As at the time. You had Patrick wa on the team as well. Who's probably the best goal in the NHL goal. He's never team captains Waller. We had one instance of it in Vancouver. Roberta along goes the capital for years. I think it has been I think in the past there has been some, and I'm I'm going to mess up my history. But I I to say like, George or something was the cow very rare that hasn't happened other than Roberto for for probably fifty sixty seven years. I'm not too. Sure I'd have to look that up. But I think from the sample that I look at it. And I'm not sure that the rest of the hawk. I would think that but the goalie has this position that's unique. It's they're they're not everybody says they're weird. And sometimes they aren't sometimes they're not. But they have a there's a solitude to their position that's somewhat different than the rest of the players that they're not part of the team. But their position has some solitude to it. And we sort of always players, and coaches, and I think management, I think you try to leave your goalie alone a little more than you do other players from their preparation and their and their work. They have many coaches now we're so much like that when I played there was a goalie coach, but he wasn't maybe as well. So I think they have a they have a position that that they have enough to deal with and you sort of just let them it's it's a big mental game. And they. They they have a solitude like I said before. So I think we leave them alone. And I think to to put the captain Seon somebody in that position. At adds another layer that may you don't want anything to affect your goalie preparation and mental ability. You want them thinking about one thing stopping the puck? And if you overlay the leadership of the team on I think it could be a problem. I would say that Patrick was one that could handle that great leader, great guy, great player and so competitive, you just you know, just even shooting on Patrick and practice. It was a competition. You didn't come down just shoot you really tried to score. Because you knew he would not want you to score a goal in practice. He must have teams he played on. You know, I think everybody's competitive and the goal is are super competitive. But I just saw their goalies. Preparing if they were practising their practice in some things, and they weren't gonna kill themselves to stop a puck in practice. That'll say that it's right or wrong. You know, a practice practice. I just remember that when Patrick was in the net jury warm up practice, he really was focused on stopping the puck newsreel competitor..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"And it's such a big deal because he was the first caller player. Now, it's now detentions on Batman, and my and my fucking wrong here. What? I don't know. I think people are going to probably complain no matter who gets nominated or elected selected, whatever. But I don't know. I think that the so much of an emphasis on Willie. I don't think that middle. Takeaway. I think people give the obligatory veteran would see and father mentioned a lockouts and then kind of move on. I mean, speaking of Bettman revenues went up. The numbers in front of me. They was somewhere in the hundreds of millions into the billions of dollars. So yes, I would him all you want. But the success the league has had under his watch. You can't really argue with that. I don't I don't see what the Russia's for Bettman. They could have done it. I agree with you. They could've done it just as easily the next time around. But I think people just so happy that willy finally got in because you know, it it should happen again ages ago, I think people are just happy that it's not Pat Byrne situation with, you know, Pat burns knew he was a hall of fame, and when he died, but unfortunately, they didn't see fit elected to the hall of fame before we did die. Listen, I'm not gonna complain on Twitter. I'm not going to bitch about it. I just think that like come on. Let's take a step back and say, hey, we're throwing that meant in the same year that were thrown William Rian everyone's been waiting for Willie to be on the in it. It's people have been very vocal long online for the past few years about it. And all of a sudden when they do it just so happens that Bettman's in the same class. I feel like they could have just like come on. This is like. PR? They I mean, they do six seven guys year feels like or some women now, but Martin Saint Louis, I just want to mention I don't know. There's no there's no way he's the only guy, but I would love to know how many guys report on waivers the way Martin saying that we was end up getting the hall of fame that has to be a number under ten I would guess if maybe maybe under five so amazing career by him. He actually re tweeted somebody who put clips UVM, and he was like always a fun time kind of the babysit. Basically, I said one of the best college where ever seen the best. I think he wrote him at UVA play with Eric paranoid and a little bit of an NHL career point in Europe. For awhile H L dominated Saint Louis was sick at for Mont. And the fact that he went on, and you know, had Calgary tell him to take a hike, basically. And then goes on to have the career. He did pretty cool pretty cool to see a guy that went through that to be now a hall Famer and from what I've heard actually one I've heard everyone will play with them loves them. I actually got a DM from at one point saying, hey can help. Get out to National Golf links. Which is a sick course in the Hamptons after he heard me talking about it just a good guy. So congrats the mardi Saint Louis. That's a legend rare that gets in and about you being mad about Bettman over the same year. There's always six seven guys going. So it'll just happen at some point. I just I thought it was just bad timing coincidence. But whatever I'm a fucking idiot. Who cares me and hazy both got to play with Marty Saint Louis and. He he's he was unreal guy. Hazy with the little he was my linemate. Yes. At brag. What is a great guy. Obviously amazing. It's going back to the UVM story. I heard this story that was the guy's name. You said that he played with Eric Paran Eric parent. I heard they were supposed to both go to be you or something. And then be you wouldn't let in that other guy. So Marty left be you to go play with him at UVA would low. Yeah. I appreciate you. That was before. You played yourself. Call me, Billy..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Weekend. I guess they have a bus ready to yellow bus bridge gonna right? Did you get your presidential alert yesterday? Did you? I did. Yes. Yes. And so some people didn't and I guess that's why they did the test. So, you know, they're working on here. Everybody's on it. But yeah, I got mine. My watch. And it went to my friend. I know I knew it was coming in. I was driving. I was like I thought it was. Like like. My phone was on silent. And that does not matter with amber alerts my phone can be on silent. It can be an absolute sleep mode. I've had it and do not disturb mode and an amber alert comes through and it right? Right. Right. Well, you can turn the Ambro alerts off. But I don't want a bad doing that. Two in the morning. I am in bed. I can't really look out for the license plate. You know? So I was surprised that it didn't have an audible tone mind, just vibrated because my phone was on silent. I feel like my watch. And my phone made noise. Anyway, it happened yesterday. So now, we all know that they can do that great hurrah. So there's a seventeen year old girl at Hartford high school and Hartford Michigan. She's a cheerleader cheerleaders are the best people that you've said that really haven't seen proof of them being the best people. But I believe you. They're fun. They route their friends on for things. It's nice sometimes they organize dances. And and sometimes they're mean, girls and cheers. Don't be racist against cheerleader. Yeah. Don't be like, well, I'm just speaking from my own experience. What's your experience with cheerleading? They weren't ever very nice to me. They weren't. I listen, I had a bad high school experience. So the whole. One day all the days of high school. Remember, the one thing that happened to me my freshman year, the things didn't go well for me in high school after that you're saying the time you your pants in front of everybody in the school. You never outlive that no I never outlived. It was referenced here and there throughout my entire high school. They called me p girl then it was at a tough. They say that. But I don't understand how I guess I wasn't popular. Let's put. I will say that, you know, my friends stuck with me, and I had some good good friends, and I had my own interests. And frankly it shaped who I am today. Like, I'm a much more like nothing bad has happened since but you're saying a cheerleader was one of the people vs. There are plenty of means cheerleaders at my school. And I think that that's an look I'm sure there are plenty of really nice cheerleaders while I'm curious. There are guilt. They were nice to you. Wonderful people. My buddy just got engaged with raiders cheerleader. You Betty did. Sure. Once they become adults and stop picking on other people. He probably can't help. But rush did say those words Alexis went down. Right. You told Mary nice. You know, how to cheer people on when they wanna do stuff. He proposed at the palace of fine. Art. You Betty did. It's beautiful. That's a lovely place. Even take a beautiful woman to the beautiful play. Her family was hiding behind the columns after he proposed. He picked her up turned her around in her whole family was standing ball. She said, yes ran over and hugged her. This is your buddy. Yeah. Ryan Ryan, Melissa congratulates. I am about to lose another friend. You are one thousand percent rice that happens back to my story. There's a seventeen year old girl at Hartford heights school in Hartford Michigan. She's a cheerleader. They're the best people, Sarah. Okay. I believe you and she really wanted to be elected homecoming Queen. So she said about trying to figure out how do I become homecoming Queen? And she decided bribing the kids would be the best way to go about it. And so what sorts of things that you offers. Bribes pot brownies. Oh, she started passing out pot brownies at school. And unfortunately. Pat Byrne, his she was sure she did brownies. Anyway, someone anonymously tipped off the principal, and they called the cops probably some rashes picked on past. She doesn't pick on people, Sarah. She doesn't make good decisions. I'll tell you that right now the cops say the girl passed out twelve brownies and they managed to confiscate three of them which were sent to a lab for testing. No charges have been filed yet. But the girl could be facing felony. Pot brownie distribution and a drug free zone. Dummy. Surprise. Anyway, it doesn't look like she's gonna get her hope of becoming homecoming queens that is too bad. She really yourself. Some route maybe jails. Yeah. Thomas..

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"pat byrne" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So that truly did that surprise you owe tremend well you know something yes and no i didn't realize an and many animals starting with the horses have told me you know what humans believe they know they don't question the existence of spirit and do nothing without it with our here from guerrillas or you know it doesn't matter the species so spirit is a real thing and the other thing is what they have shared with me is their understanding of what we call death and to them it's just you're in a body for a while and then you should this and then you come back to learn other lessons in another form so they believe in reincarnation basically as a tiger said you humans believe we know that's an interesting question statement that's that is fascinating they're not scared of dying are they now because as a sculptor me to us it's just a human construct death is just a human construct you know when you move onto the next form you have adventures that you can't have now dealt with that skunk from a distance you know that's the beautiful thing is alliance ed you know when you're on the telepathic level you know everyone is equal and there's no fear have you ever communicated with an angry animal angry no bitter yes bitter and that was a chimpanzee what was it bitter about oh my goodness sounded just like a ninety year old man i was so excited to tune into chimpanzees and when one came through he was like don't give me this what is this another study and i said no and he was just talk about the individuals at different levels on their pat byrne deflation he was burned before or something he he just came from that place where you know everything they humans have brought have you know deforestation and disease no his whole family was wiped out and you know.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But one of the members don fehr is said uh g i've got an idea i have scripts at home and i invite slow ends over and we do little excerpts of radio shows so we decided hey that's what we all do best so we're all actors in so that's how we got started and we thought it would be a great idea not only to promote the union but also to help ourselves keeping shape for when we got the call for the next audition and talent i ours are always welcome it really is has been exactly that uh that we've worked on and we've done it now for twenty one years y on the one faces have changed but a lot of us are still here a energised gun betterlooking the w when i have shunned the productions to my mind and these are not thrown together productions the productions that i've seen over the years had pin terrifically professional there's no question about that and i think that's one of the reasons you've been so successful county eurozone executive board member andrew an executive like me and react and nickel kiev the senior skinny so so we try to recreate them as as closely as we can to their original production and so we have live sound effects sometimes we have a keyboard artist we've had a harp on stage we've had tapped answers on stage we have just we have done everything to make it as entertaining as possible foreign audience on because we cannot we cannot broadcast these road right couldn't pay us know eyes of course because your members said the answer a ryan i read we do these for free for the education of our of our audience ma'am the entertainment in the entertainment so we hope it's entertain but it is a it has been done i i'm sure there's a production thursday at the cultural centre that begins a doors open at six thirty and the claudie cassidy theater the show started about seven issue uh there will be an episode of the saint in episode of the great gildersleeve uh roger bad issues directing one of them who is directing the other one right pat byrne.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the weather map is uh pretty much looking the same as it has all my long hearing the northwest part of the country specially maybe up along the i ninety corridor up their of whether a it's uh idaho oregon washington state you could run into some thunderstorms showers snow activity up in the higher elevations nets anywhere around seattle down through portland say lum eugene panache a clear down in the northern part of california running clear over to uh renowned carson city so be on the lookout for any of that uh meanwhile the rest of the country other than having some cool temperatures so looks pretty clear with the exception like we've been saying all night the upper part of west virginia could run across the banda showers thunder storms maybe some fog force we got that first hand report about the serious fog conditions of running on i 75 south an door there in the northern part a georgia apparently the southern part i guess is okay so be on the lookout for that and bradley get anything at all the report on the severe weather nothing meant nothing it's it's it's a great night okay he trucking okay good so uh puts again we will thank you for all that must go ahead i guess and go right back here to the phones whose next in the batting order here's that alex although welldressed man okay what when i hear the music i know the woods or berri is pat byrne an old lady he i forget are you well dresdner sharp growth grab all sharp dresser okay sharp dressed and you're the guy with all the ladies breads but but what what are you always like to say about the ladies of various were afraid of the more prayer that's a good to have your friends roof more france always friends that's right there you go okay and leave out the the friends with benefits because people can be taken the wrong thing though we just france does leave in katherine that covers everything that's right cancer i well how's everything going on with you a what do you think of all the football games today our out people think that further going really the now hour got a shot making it depends how vote up i i you know i was really surprised that the.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on WGTK

"To talk to you if you disagree we we need to freeze alive so are you going to your own highly trained crew of the mike gallagher show we'll get to your call a soon as possible can you turn it up in the cans can you turned up in canada and that's that's better now here's my i was renamed now the words of pat buchanan of course he's been a senior adviser to three american president so he's uh been down many roads on the out of the white house he writes that if future revelations demonstrate what what could have gone on down podesta fusion gps the clinton campaign and all in addition to the manafort indictments pat buchanan writes it's not only the white house then that will have major problems and if you wish to know why americans detached politics and hate the swamp that has been made of their capital shitty follow this story all the way to which inevitable and it'll be months of unfolding the real indictment here is of the american political system and the true tragedy is the decline of the old republic i'm grateful for his perspective on glad the two we're able to visit once again with our pal pat buchanan how you've been pat byrne time bioterrorism show grateful to you because this this big picture view you you talk and the column you wrote that that other plot to bring down trump is sean portent because lost at all the breathless reporting this week is the fact that americans are just disgusted with you got last week's clinton the news about the clinton campaign of the dnc now these indictments of people are saying wait a minute i thought the the the muller investigation was too to the stylish russian collusion or investigate russian collusion pat this is really depressing for the state of the republic as an indeed and it took pressing offence mike we can look down the road and we can see this kind of last month's and monsoon monster moeller mean what happened amana fertilizer and obviously very serious stuff it has nothing to do with the campaign or the russians or 2016 the papadopoulos saying it od investigation it came down ramazani they hated oranje apparently ran into him right into the ultimate jim crow that they're going to dump alatas darpa documentary emailed every turn around the campaign to record a meeting together with jordan and.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And we took it a step further where it could be a firefighter police officer their spouses there are living the job just as much as the guy are girl going to work and if something happens with the spouse still affects all fam absolutely so we still try to help that way and we learned very early with charity it is best for us to pay the bills directly that the people have we've helped make house payments car payments uh personal property tax all those things yes yeah d did you ever go out at all in quite while fires because i know a lot of times when they occur local firefighters get recruiting go out and try to help with with those event i will tell you i will fight three house fires in a row before i'll go and do yeah that stuff the guys it fighten them hills in dirt was shovels and axes in that is incredible work in a strain on your body like no other way i think we're gonna find out exactly how how credible it is when only the brave opens up here in a couple of weeks and obviously the the red carpet premier tomorrow night respond to rescue is the name of the organization pat byrne were we're trying to focus a little light on respond arrest rescue in what you guys do and hopefully we achieve that here this afternoon i came like so if somebody wants to help how would they do that um.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"K n e i'm marie keenan steeple traffic center forecast calls for some showers tonight into tomorrow and it mega dan i hate will be with us live at four forty on came wax so there is a there's a movie this could open up here in a couple of weeks called only the brave which was about that devastating wildfire near a zone of the killed nineteen firefighters just a few years ago and before i get to some of that this is very timely because there's a fire going on right now now in santa rosa firefighters are saying we have to have our priorities and right now our priority is figuring out where this fire is headed because they don't had it contained and it is still spreading through the city of santa rosa as well as unincorporated areas of cinema county so they want to stop the spread of that fire in sir people are safe and then after that then they will try to start protecting the property so that brings us to only the brave the story of the granite mountain hotshots tobias past hour line it goes to our town no matter what you here what's going on keiko beckham owlry no one could be prouder of his boys than i am of you guys quite a store embassy the movie tomorrow night there's a red carpet premiere at ronnie's of only the brave and pat byrne is with me in the studio he's the founder of the president of a great group here in st louis that helps first responders respond her rescue we're going to talk about that how are you pat doing good how about yourself thanks for coming in good too good to meet you in person i'm excitement seen the movie it's on excited about seeing the movie tomorrow night yeah me too i haven't seen either so tell tell your story where where were you fire captain 'em up in north county nor st louis river vieria is where i was at firefighter lawyers all that that's a pretty good longtime right absolutely so when did you start respond to rescue how.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Playing an inner cities and sports in inner cities money is it isn't as you would that's why it's easy they say to pick up a basketball what is missing when it comes to baseball funding is it schools is it parttime what what's missing well i mean really of that glove helmet you also need uh mind fifteen or eighteen kid um and that of death irregular 101 agree on career yourself student groups in the park by her so i mean look a lot they go into it and park the recreational hasn't been funding path that kind of keep off the age of five and seven years old and there's a couple of other league doing you know great thing than the inner city but i just don't think it's enough uh right now wired parks and recreation funding past the table stage and that if the mystery to be told right now um a lot of a d four uh um that are being cut um and they don't run pat byrne aid you know what you get to about eight years old you know you have to look other places the played baseball and unfortunately effect report easy capitol hill little league it is an expensive uh lee her kid then i've talked to kids who had to get scholarship the playing but we other week that are also free but there in other parts of the city on their travel leap as well but once you get to travel eight i mean can you lose their interest they want to go play football they wanna go play basketball um you know williams work including is a great place to have a championship little obvious kid and you're going to las vegas california you play obwona football you go to orlando and disney will early yeah i mean there are so many uh entered the library will be certain basic widen as set and should be arthur jones writer for the undefeated who authored the peace recently dc's black children have lost their ties to america's pastime you referenced basketball right off the starter at there and i want to read a quote from your article it came from ron bailey the code director of the basketball summer league in dc and he said quote was it a lot of.

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"pat byrne" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"pat byrne" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"Mm hey everybody welcome back to keep alive with reverend jesse jackson i'm santita jackson reverend jackson is joining us from memphis ironically enough this is the fiftieth anniversary season of reverend martin luther king's opposition to the vietnam war he said at the bombs that we drop over these will exploded home reverend it seems like that is happening right now we'll in memphis because there is this so you atlanta is like bethlehem where he was born book memphis would like calvary where he was crucified and died on on the mission of the porn delivering the needing emblem poor whites in apple leisure right down through to the blackstone delta mississippi is a vein or pain impoved convinced that members of serbs they renewed look all not just because he was killed it because of the mission oh here that googood mona room not the goal morning reverend jackson outraged before good look my special yes the includes assists says 70 decision ribbon daca greece chairman and now presidents to rise lawyer of former president aotearoa neil lemaire shoot cassano you were in shallow zoo yes is that right so i would not actually and start with there were on with the people nashville network and grabbed our ali what they're uh my good friend and hooked a reverend hiking black men with fear reporting from the ground um i will here in missouri trying to coordinate our own echo act of solidarity and watching very closely everything no happening on the ground what is your sense of what did happen so my as a daughter of the fao born back daffyd in the middle of civil rights movement in alabama who mother was um in selma my parents uh what happened on yesterday is a continuation of the emboldened to add bye bye bye rate is i actually got to read it in college they'll be all right um as a of a christian pat byrne creature i believe in calling a thing of claim um and these are just pure mr trump talked about christian dumb islamic terrorists and the like and.

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