35 Burst results for "Regan"
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema Confronted by LUCHA Thugs in Arizona State University Bathroom
"The Democrats have sent their militia out again They've all these hardcore Marxist organizations Black Lives Matter Not so much antifa and tiva pretty much operates on its own But you have groups of illegal aliens other groups Who protest who go to the homes of Supreme Court Justices who are now trying to intimidate to United States senators to Democrats cinema and mansion in particular cinema Cinema was harassed bullied and sure it's going into a public restroom at the Arizona state University the ladies room the other day Yesterday and apparently she just flew in from Arizona to Regan national and they met her there and were harassing her there as well And this group is called Lucia LU CHA And has pointed out by power line Scott Johnson the lucha thugs who stalk senator cinema in the ladies room and Arizona state yesterday We're not out to win friends or influence people in the style of Dale Carnegie In little decency in an argument they applied time tested tactics
Classroom Posters at Hamilton High School Spark Controversy; LA Unified School District Issues Response
"School a high school in california where they have posters. This is the alexandra. Hamilton high school in los angeles unified school. So all william unified school district where they have posters which say want jennifer. Oh my gosh sabbath. This high school part of the la unified school district. Hamilton high has all kinds of terrible posters. Got the american flag lying on the ground. Let me read you the list of what they have. Because i don't want get this wrong. They have a palestine flag. They have a transgender flag. A pride flag. A black lives matter flag all hung prominently from the blackboard. According to some photos that were taken undercover a few parents rights groups. Got a hold of this. And they blew the whistle on this high school. The american flag while all of those other flags are hanging up in a nice prime location flung across furniture in the classroom now after they found out about this because it started to get some attention and traction on twitter with some parents groups who were thankfully appalled and this is part of the pushback in california even at the smallest level. It's coming for more parents. Getting involved with their kids classroom. Some parents groups called out l. unified. And you would think that they would say oh. We had no idea this was going on. We would remedy this situation sam. La unified school district. They knew about it and they said that they would make sure that the posters would be taken down now. Here's the problem. You've you've left out two of the posters. Oh go ahead. Sorry the police. Oh after police unleaded. Forget the america with kkk. Instead of the sea on the wall of the classrooms then on the wall of the classroom. And here's the thing and you're right. I should have said that. I because as almost more disturbing than what. They're hanging up everywhere. But here's the problem. It's not the posters. It's not the flags. It's the fact that this is who's teaching our kids. Forget about what they hang on the wall that can come up. It can come down and they can take it down now. Put a back up in two weeks. But what in the heck are they teaching our children and this is the problem with the la unified school district. And i'm gonna guess most school districts around the country that have allowed themselves to become infiltrated by the unions. The unions are now operatives for the socialist movement in this country. They are incredibly powerful in the political sphere members. Pay into this i. I've heard people on my program. And i'm going to employ people across the country if you are a teacher or if you are a person who works for a union take advantage of your rights and get out of the union if they are using the money to support political causes better not important to
Some Kaiser Permanente Employees Quit Over Vaccine Mandate
"Talked to several people. Also who are work work well who worked Past tense for the biggest hospital chain. That rhymes with the people that worked with kaiser. That have just laughed because kaiser is saying they're not going to To acquiesce they're not even going to offer. They're gonna tighten up even religious exemptions So it's it's appalling that all of these people have to leave their jobs after serving us so well but these police officer said that they will walk out if they have to get the vaccine and they're willing to do other things they're willing to mask up. They're willing to take tests but they do not want to have the vaccine common. They should be no need to give a reason. Because my buddy choice. But i'm just curious in talking to them. Is that common thread as to why they don't want to because it's experimental or is in health reasons religious. What are they saying. I you know. So based on the people that i've talked to so far. It's all the reasons that you and i have talked about on the radio for months. Now it's the fact that it just hasn't been around long enough number one number two they don't want the government going down the slippery slope and this is probably the biggest of telling us what we can do. You know. I had a friend who is a pretty close friend who has got an active case of lupus and she has not gotten the vaccine yet but she also was afraid to get the vaccine. Because she's in a flare of lupus. She thinks it's going to make her sicker. She tried to get an appointment. Ucla medical center. They would not see her to treat her lupus until she got a covert vaccine and she told them that she was afraid and that she didn't wanna do it until she was. You know well on the mend from the lupus and they would not see her just wrong. So what's the next step. Are we going to go after smoking. Are we going to go after people. I mean what what what is next. Are we not. I mean the of law enforcement and hospitals are serve people who need help not to worry about vaccine
LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate
"So turns out the los angeles fire department is got some tough guy johnson who would know. Tell us. Yeah and it's not just them the la fire department and the lapd have all gotten together. In fact i had a few of the officers from the lapd who are involved in this group that are suing over the vaccine mandate it turns out that in california governor newsome's desire to get everyone who works for the state vaccinated is not going over very well with the first responders who served us during the pandemic and this includes frontline workers who worked at hospitals. Nurses are leaving their jobs. The fire department l. a. fire. Lapd la sheriff's department california highway patrol. They are all organizing to push back against the
"regan" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"Like you said it. Whatever whatever it takes for ever lifted writers have different ways of doing things so instead Part and so then. I was wondering with as the series progresses to now. You have twenty twenty bucks gonna be out in jersey quin. How do you keep all the stuff in order all the time. Line stuff that challenges you have to go back and check book or it's so challenging. I think around. I wanna save book for. Maybe i was spending so much time looking through the the first three books trying to figure out. You know who. I named widen where i put things and i found this really lovely woman named clare milto. Who does book bibles bible series. Bibles i contacted her. And she said. I would love to jewett and she made me a microsoft word document. It's like color coded by book and F- with every book. I send her new book and she goes through it and she adds all the new stuff to it so then. I have the book bible open on my desktop the whole time outlining in the whole time. I'm writing so that there's any question. I can just search by word. Like if i can't remember something about the hospital either. I just search denton memorial hospital in her entry comes up and It's wonder it's the best thing. I couldn't do it without without her or without that bible. Release at the people who would who. Who do that type of a work this any. Yeah i think you have to have a special mind like the editor mind you know like you could be a great writer and everything but to edit. It's just a whole different bristles or something which is amazing. I could never how they pick things up. Page eight you had changed the name on pay fifty dollars like oh you've read it a million times. He's still went right over. Chris nets yeah right now. You're so you're working on book. Number thirteen is that the and so what When was that one coming out. Give us a little teaser..
"regan" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"Really excited today. I have a lisa regan. She's a bestselling author of the detective. Joe sequence series as well as several other cry fiction. Titles the latest book and the the jersey chris series her deli touch was published in august twelfth. I finished it a couple of days ago. Very excellent very creepy woke up to the podcast. Lisa thank you. It's a thrill to be here. I really appreciate you having me on. Oh thank you. Thank you for coming on. I really appreciate vitiate them as well took a little bit of background. A little bit about your background. Your story of getting their first book published head always written books since i was eleven years old and But my dad was kind of like you don't want to be a starving artist if you can help it so you get another job and then right on the side and try to make that happen and so that was always writing got a degree in english degree in education and then took a veer year off in a different direction ended up being a paralegal and all the time i was writing that i finally finished something i thought other people might want to read. And that was finding clear. Fletcher which i finished in two thousand two thousand six two thousand six. It took me four years and one hundred and fifty four rejections to get a literary agent and then we were on submissions the publishers. For two years. And then i got picked up by a small press that pretty much as soon as they put the book out they closed and So then i was indie for a while and i got picked up by thomas and mercer and that went pretty well but it wasn't. I wasn't like breaking any records. So just kind of hanging out there deciding what to do and i loved the books that book ocher was putting out a really love their authors. And i thought wow would be. You know really a dream to work with them. And so i picked them a couple of books and they didn't like them but the the editor who is my still my editor now said you know one you like. Send me every other idea that you haven't maybe we can come up with something that we we both love and so I came up with a proposal. For what is now the first josie quinn book vanishing girls which was originally called found alive and then they changed the title before publication. And so i i pissed her idea and she loved it and she said if you can write that book and come up with a proposal for maybe two more books than we'll talk and i didn't want that opportunity to get away from me so i wrote vanishing girls in three months and they had been sold his shed by the time i finished it. I've total no you know what if she's not already more. What if she's forgotten about me you but no i emailed her and she remembered me. She wanted to read the book and then We went back and forth. You know over the contract details in the book details and then she. They offered me three book contract. And i thought for sure that that those refers three books. We're going to tank and then i would be back out in the world really soon Looking for another publisher in much to my surprise the the series took off by book three and so now i'm couple contracts later on contract for total twenty bucks just just equipment books also and over and over two million sales right so yes yes over..
Will Americans Finally Turn Away From Interventionism?
"Could all of this could covert of gannets down the border. Could we finally find a return to a place where you know in the not intellectual fashion but in the gut reaction americans. Lean away from interventionism where it's more high infant maecenas and it's it's less big government could could could the experience of the last two years finally shake people a little to understand that no government isn't the answer. Is that possible trish regan. Well i hope so. I mean i hope so. I think that this has been a giant wakeup call and miss again. Let me just point out. It's not even partisan and when you look at the polling data what you see. Is that many people. Independence are just disgusted by what happened and many in the in the democrat party or are likewise disgusted. I mean this was uncalled for in afghanistan. But when when you think about you know the trust that we have put in government. I think people are starting to say. Wait a second. You know what. Maybe this isn't right. Maybe we need to be a little bit. More focused. A little more inward. You mentioned the border wall. Our border protecting ourselves. I mean you know. Heck i i i'm thinking to myself this. Us dollar this year dollars in bad shape given all the money printing. That's been going on. Who else around the world is getting it right. What is switzerland doing. For example that we're not switzerland swiss frank not just the central banking policy but even just the policies that they've adopted as a country. And you wanna talk about a quarter. I mean like they're very very serious about their border. It's actually a crime to even unintentionally help anyone To illegally cross that border or to stay legally in the country. I mean they they take these things very seriously and and i just think everything from you think about our semi conductor industry are semiconductor industry. We are dependent on taiwan which therefore means to have this military you relationship and protect taiwan. Because we can't do it ourselves. I mean i think this is the opportunity. It really isn't america first agenda and nobody should see that as overly. I get that it's political but come on. It's just it's frankly it's just common sense. Put you yourself your family. Your loved ones your country. I
Lord Conrad Black: The War on Terrorism Is Far From Over
"The american public recognizes in burien degrees but even if it was correct to leave afghanistan The way it was done was a disaster in my opinion the final fallacy that it's going to merge very soon already has in some respects considering the terrible business few days. Thirteen american servicemen killed angling Is this theory. We've left the war's over. Of course the war isn't over war against terrorism. What's going on. It's going to be the amplification terrorist activity generated from afghanistan. so it's rubbish for native e.
Lord Conrad Black on Biden's Afghanistan Exit Strategy
"Would you use the word surrender when it comes to biden on the taliban. Is that what. He's doing in afghanistan today. A total and complete surrender. I've never seen anything like it. For no reason. We added so powerful. They wouldn't have done anything until we were gone. That was the forty fifth. President united states here on america first last week calling what is happening in afghanistan and utter surrender all. Us troops have left as of yesterday. However as i've been reporting all through the show there are at least eighty. Two americans trapped Friend of mine trying to get them out that with the state department refusing to assist and now the incumbent in the white house giving a speech moments ago blaming everyone except himself for the situation and closing his speech with these words. It was the right decision. It was the best decision. Let's go to a presidential historian financier and a great supporter of america. First he's the author of donald. J trump a president like no other co host with victor davis hanson and bill bennett's of scholars incense podcast lord. Conrad black welcome back to america first. Thanks very much older pleasure. Low black the best decision the right decision. You can argue that. It was the right decision. Leave although i don't agree. That was because as the former president. Tim you've just Took an expert from had arranged and mentioned The americans were sustaining. No casualties talibans been kept out of the cities and afghanistan is a whole prevented from becoming a breeding ground for terrorists And the state's been arrived at. Was i think a better condition than removing everyone but About the best decision sense of the execution of not been an absolute disaster. A moron those of your evacuating place. You get the vulnerable people. More difficult wants to get. It's like an aeroplane run. it lands. They let the ladies baby carriages and men on crutches and that sort of thing to get them out. I and Not the thin you under any pressure then but you you know you get the bonus people then the military her you know Condense down to their departure points and and and Cover everyone's departure and then leave
Arizona's Kari Lake on the Age of the Trump Republican
"I have to say. There is a a a lightened dog. There is a front in an obverse of how to be successful in the age of america. I and i've been texting back and forth with man who says he's a republican wants to be governor of the commonwealth virginia. But he seems scared to come on the show all his communications team. I'm talking about dan. Yung-chen running it for him which is really embarrassment. You not only understand that. Politics changed in two thousand sixteen. You've embraced donald trump. The wonderful pictures of you and my former boss are out there. This is a clear message to the seventy four million. Who voted for him that you believe. The age of the career politicians is done. Talk to us about your vision of arizona and how politics have changed. And it's the age of the citizen. Politician carry absolutely ronald. Reagan called it the citizen politician and we used to call it. Reagan republican now. I believe we are in the era of the trump republican and i believe that eighty percent of republicans are solidly mega trump republicans. I am one of them. I'm not ashamed to say that. I'm very proud to be a trump republican because he puts america first and we have to do that. We see how the world is spinning out of control right now and i think some of these other politicians are being controlled by the consultant class. The political consulting class. They're afraid to do what's right. Because they have special interests that are not the people that are representing. And you're showing pictures right now. A little over a week ago i was invited to see president trump at trump tower and it was such an amazing day. Our half hour meeting dragged out. I shouldn't say dragged out. I was happy at dragged out a an hour in about fifteen minutes. So i was so pleased. Sit down you got more than an hour with the boss. Yes i did. It was surreal. I must
Trish Regan: Why Should We Trust the Federal Government?
"Time for our national economic update from the market maven. Who tells us everything we need to know that the lying legacy media doesn't want to tell you about. You've got to listen to her podcast. The trish regan podcast trish. Welcome back to america. I thank you so much said We were talking in the in the break and it something that kind of i was gonna tweet about and maybe talk about it on the show but you kind of preempted me that whether it's the the mosque a mandates whether it is the mandatory facts and nations for federal employees whether it's anything to do with economic policy why should we trust a government that can so egregiously make a mistake like the pullout from kabul. I look it's a. It's a really good question. I've been really saddened by everything that i've seen happen in afghanistan and let me just say you know what you know. We all have our political biases. I get it. But i certainly did not wish him anything like this right you know. Let's just separate for second who we are as americans versus. you know. Sure you know you had the president a former president on the show the other day and i understand like you know a lot of people wish he was still there You know. I think for a lot of reasons. Things might have gone differently. Leave he was still there. But that said i never wish a president Circumstances like what we're seeing right now. So let me let me. Just say that right. And i can't believe how badly this has gone to the point where it really has. Disheartens me leaves me with not at thomas trust for our federal
Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members
"Who are the democrats. It's not just biden yesterday. The speaker of the house the most powerful democrat outside of the white house obstructed the reading of the names of our servicemen and women killed in kabul yes. Nancy pelosi refused to allow a double amputee. Brian mass combat veteran to go through with the reading of the thirteen. Who died because of biden's decisions. Well we will pay them tribute here on america first. These are those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and did so unnecessarily marine corps lance corporal. David l. espinosa twenty years. Old texas marine corps sergeant nicole g. twenty twenty-three sacramento california marine corps staff. Sergeant darren hoover thirty one salt lake city Staff sergeant ryan see now. It's twenty three tennessee. Marine corps corporal hunter lopez twenty two years old california marine corps lance corporal riley j. mccollum twenty years old jackson wyoming marine corps lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty years. Old california marine corps lance corporal kareem nikolai twenty years. Old california marine corps sergeant. Joe hannie rosarito pichad twenty five years old lawrence massachusetts marine corps corporal humberto sanchez. Twenty two indiana marine corps loves corporal. Jared m schmitz twenty montana navy hospital coleman max soviak twenty two years old berlin heights ohio then lastly marine corps coporo dagan w page twenty-three omaha nebraska. They gave the last full measure so authors could live but they needn't have died
Trish Regan Explains the Dangers of Biden Administration's Money Printing Policy
"So so. I'm not being devil's advocate. But i i need your your market and economic acumen here. This isn't a new thing. The drunken fed the drunken sailors on capitol hill. The the printing monopoly. Money isn't a biden phenomena. It seems like we've been doing this for decades. I it seems as if there's never you know the ferryman who's gonna take his deal at the end of the day. Is this not just a rubber band. That constantly stretches at at what point does break in one at some. So what does that look. What causes it to break. Okay so what is it to break is when the economy can't keep up with these inflationary prices anymore. When you start saying you know what. I don't think i'm going to get takeout from that indian restaurant because like the prices are insane when everything costs more which were getting closer and closer to while simultaneously wages nowhere and. I don't anticipate that wages are going to be going up. This is like the barack obama joe biden years all over again for eight years no economic growth less than two percent. Annualized growth said. That's what we saw. Well guess what the cost of housing went up. The cost of gas went up. I mean everyday living costs for americans. They went higher. Education cost healthcare costs. Everything became more expensive. But guess what nobody was making any more money. That's one of the things that you know. Nobody gives the trump administration credit enough for but when you look at median incomes under those four. Well three and a half years until cova you know really took the the bottom out from under but prior to kovin everyday americans were actually doing pretty well. They were doing much better. Because median incomes started to go higher and that we had not seen in years. So now we've got a situation where everything else is going to cost more and yet people aren't going to have as much money
What's Wrong With Cuba's Economy With Trish Regan
"Let's talk about the events. Just eighty miles off the shore of miami and the administration's reaction the fact that it took a week a week for the white house to admit that this isn't about vaccines this isn't about cove. It and there may be something wrong with the economic system in cuba trash. Just something you know. I don't know this. Little thing called communism maybe communism doesn't work you notice. Afc and black lives matter. They've taken a very different standards. Saying oh it's because of all those trade issues and embargoes and sanctions. That's why cues in a bad spot. Nothing to do with communism. Nothing to see here folks. I mean think about that. it's appalling. It's appalling that it took the by administration this long to come out and say yet. Communism doesn't really work. They're so scared of alienating the extremists in their party and they are extremists. Afc bernie sanders where she needed to leave. Ilhan omar all these people that somehow think communism. Isn't the the issue here when in fact it is. They were so scared of them that they didn't come out and do the proper thing from the beginning. And i still in very doubtful as to whether or not we're gonna see much support for cuba don't forget cubans know. Communism is like right so when they moved to the united states of america. They're not voting for the communist like style principles and policies. That the binding twice said. Don't you dead come here now. You tell me sub. I mean look. How is it that we're willing to to roll out the red carpet for migrants and by the way he used the term migrants when referring to those coming from cuba. You notice they never call people coming over the border from mexico migrants. They always refer to them as immigrants. Well let me just say that. The illegal migrants coming over the border. They're not escaping. What people in cuba are escaping. The cubans are legitimate refugees from a regime. That will kill them. They're found out. I mean these are real refugees and so when we talk about being hospitable to refugees. Shouldn't we at least be looking at the cubans and and you know they're not and i find that peculiar but incredibly sad because i suspect that the real reason here is all
What Pairs With Beetle? Startups Seek to Make Bugs Tasty
"Some start up companies are trying to make bugs tasty busy on a deacon stands makes pizza dough from scratch with a twist the first installment and the ticket it's cricket powder he can stand the whole crickets and meal worms cooking classes at her west London home alone Bagga is very very tasty and it's a very easy to make but also if you dried beans that making to a file that you can then incorporate into K. excuses me a warm is quite mild deacon stands says don't get nervous about eating bugs one of them will be on full display for you to see while eating it is not going to be the usual civilians and mac and is going to be like a tropical canning Regan you can eat cricket chips in the Czech Republic in Belgium there's bug beer in in development dried or powdered grasshoppers I'm a Donahue
How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?
"Many great songs have a question in the title. It was a lot more than i thought. There was just looking at their suggestions. I was thinking. Oh maybe there's twenty songs that are like that are popular amand. We i was seeing. You know up to fifty one hundred tests. Ask a question in the tidal. And i did a google search found a list that had over a hundred song titles and so what i did is i said okay. I don't know this one. i don't know this one. I don't know this one. And i got it down to eighty now. How many of these are regan. Considered great will be an interesting discussion. Why don't we start with bob on. How many do you think we are going to vote as great fifty four gary thirty seven scott forty five in junior fifty five. I would have said like sixty so. These are in alphabetical. Let's get started with. Ain't that a shame fats domino. Yes that's the highly recognizable song eight that is like rain. Years did the great cover. I'm drawing a blank. Cheap trick all right. Are you lonesome tonight. Elvis presley tuna. Going back to the oldies bill bailey. Won't you please come home. Well that's the real name of axl rose. He'll name. I would vote for that. Just because papa's delicate condition was a movie where jackie gleason starred and. That's a silly song. I would vote for it. But i don't think anyone else we'll give it any love anybody else so yes on that one. Very old timey. It's a song idea recognize. It's a song. I know okay so we have two but three no
Talking Upcycling With ReGrained's Daniel Kurzrock
"Man. I'm great michael chief. She officer also. Ceo and co founder. You wear on ads over there. So i'm excited. Start today because we're going to talk about up cycling something that you've been pretty intimately involved with for about a decade now and i wanna talk about white kind of where word is and where it's going but i also want to hear a little bit about how you got started. So we're i think the original idea behind regan was you're basically taking spent beer ingredients. Barley hops and making protein bars. Is that right or did. I got the wrong close. Actually the first thing we ever made was bred. Okay yeah so. I was An underage home. Brewer as an undergrad. Start making my own beer because by the ingredients to do it and use about a pound for six pack. Every time we made a batch Equivalent of blake twenty thirty pounds of oatmeal with barley. But it's like saturate Soggy basically like a like meal and putting it into brad to sell the friends to brew for free didn't have the cycling language you know at the at the time that came that came later Then hip problem bread next day. Buy fresh bread anymore A lot of bars is an avid doors person and the started making making bars with it. You know as we were really thinking through what we're actually doing today around ingredients. I'm so glad that that pressed product instead of like throwing this in the compost spin which most responsible people wanna down in there being responsible you when once it further and used it for food. Consumption made those into calories that people consume what. Where'd you get that. He had actually bake bread with like spent grains. Yeah so there's actually a really rich. History of home brewers and also brewpubs Round the world probably more familiar with Around the us of using some portion of their grants from burn. Because it's well documented for many years of this really nutritious material bring has taken a sugar was left is a lot of great protein and
Biden Unveils Record $6 Trillion Budget for 2022
"That's how much President Biden is proposing for federal spending next year. His budget was released today and it would amount to the highest sustained level of federal spending since World War two. With investments and transportation, education and combating climate change. Let's take a closer look now with Michael Regan, he's senior editor at Bloomberg News, Mike Welcome. Oh, thanks, Peter. So of course, this is something that would need to pass Congress. It's far from becoming law. But if you view this as a vision statement from the president, what does it say about his vision? All right. You're absolutely right. It's more a wish list than the actual budget that will pass. But as far as his statement, Peter, I think the main priorities are he wants to kind of bolster the safety net for the less affluent sort of more at risk members of our society. So more education, spending, more social welfare type of spending and Programs to allow people to get the child care they need to pursue better employment. That sort of thing as well. On the other hand, is also a priority to sort of repair a lot of the infrastructure in the country. That's needed that stuff like Bridges and roads and bolstering the green energy infrastructure in the countries. Well, so kind of Ah, two handed priority from from this administration. And that's
Episode 142: Freddys Back! Freddys Back! Freddys Back! - burst 22
"He's at school tired. You can't be comfortable. Pooping at school. He must just be really tired. he's just exhausted. And he's like maybe just maybe he's not pooping. Maybe he's just like i'm just a breather and just relax done that before a bit at work before it was like. Oh god i just wanna wanna go to the bathroom and just sit there and pretend to poop every couple of issues like sorry guys. Still pooping dude. We don't care we don't care which guys just give me update dude. Someone's there the whole time knowing what to do with their pooping in public place. It's the worst is the absolute worst and then like when you hear. Somebody entered the bathroom. Like oh and then you see them. Walk through a little crack between the door and like i contact. It's like saw each other most vulnerable. It's the worst. So yeah he falls asleep taking shit and he gets sucked into or he's in a dream and he's doing his he's had joe. Yeah phrase invisible. Which is kinda weird having an invisible fight. Yeah that is weird. Get to property. Lynch not wanna do the fights available. Maybe he had to poop well times the waste it in so he fights him. Yeah i read is kicking his and then starts fighting back and he's doing good and then all of a sudden freddy's glove appears and just flies rick and kill them and each time. One of her friends dies after kristen. It's like alice like gets a jolt of energy. We're finding out of their talents and abilities are their dream. Tell right are passing onto alice. I don't know what sheila's dream talent was brains. Mind over matter so she says she signed my poster. There you go there you go so then we to the funeral and this is kind of a weird scene because rick like comes out of his own coffin and has kind of a moment with his sister and he goes halo. Regan yeah very strange. Also notice at the funeral for some people like kincaid funeral. Some people. don't yeah but kincaid. Enjoy your like buried next to each other. And there are buried next to nancy and then kristen's buried next to them. It's like they all got funeral plots right next their plots right next to each other. They don't know how they died. They like the people who don't know anything about freddie. They still buried them all next year. Exactly exactly nobody in the no one else in the town died in the interim between you know so the greet at the funeral to me. Debbie's another thing another thing if you live in a town where like twenty years ago in. This wasn't even twenty years ago right so like it's a year after those people died at the mental hospital. It's like four years after what happened in elm street one. And it's like what twenty years after what happened to freddie krueger. Yeah like don't you think you would know the story like everybody's like who's freddie and it has to be explained every fucking movie who freddie s. Even if you're new to the town folklore at this point yeah was gonna come up to you and go. You're about freddy krueger yet. And you're like what the fuck talking about. Yeah of course have killed. He killed children like we know. Stories about like fucking jeffrey dahmer. And we don't even live. I did but don't even live in milwaukee wisconsin. Yeah this would be big news. Yes but not the dream stuff might not be big news but knowing who freddie krueger was when he was like in the real world like alive you would know that store exactly and why is nancy's house associated to freddie krueger of. Nobody lives there anymore. Like i understand in one to the house being there. But why's everybody always going back to that house. That's up freddy kruger house. That was nancy's house gets the freddie house. But it's not freddie's house. It's nancy's maybe was ready. But it wasn't. I mean did spread. Nancy's
Brian Regan on the Difference Between Doctors and Veterinarians
"My doctor looked at me and said brian. You are way too sedentary back. So i vowed in that moment to get a dictionary but i haven't gotten around the house lying around the house. Doctor specialized right last month. I went to an ear nose and throat doctor last week and into an arch of the foot small of the back nape of the neck dr fallen arches my small too big and i have a trick. Nape it's weird in the human world. There's a doctor for everybody part. But in the animal world a veterinarian takes care of all animals and all parts. it's going to be the hardest job in a world where the bighorn sheep need doctors wildebeest gastroenterologist giraffe throat throat in throat doctors.
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"We ran that race on a Sunday I get a phone call from the team, and it might have been even Monday night, and in case you had done his test, and without I don't i. don't know any details of any of that stuff, but but nonetheless they said Hey, we need you to do another race and we may just go ahead and say we're going to. Have you finished out the season. And I was like she don't. If I can cuss on your house, like son of a gun. I had this all planned up my head. It was the perfect moment. I'm yeah, absolutely I'll do it. No problem so happen and finished out the season, and we go to homestead, and my wife came down and we didn't bring the kids down. It's just you know it's very difficult to travel two little kids, and I wasn't taking a motorhome to the at the time so so she came down and wanted to make sure that she was to be a part of that in When the race starts at pull off pit, road and kind of the same moment, and this one was even a little more I. Don't WanNa say in my brain. It was like you're further down the road in your at the end of the race season on top of things and I'm like okay this this one really likely could be it and you know as I started that race in my hat. I'm like I'm fine with this being the last cup race. You know that were to happen if I. Don't sit in a cup car again I'm okay with that like I'm a piece of that will. We pull off pit road, and the spotters were coming off of turn four. His a radio means slaughter says. They want you to drop to the Apron. They think you might be leaking. Something and I'm like Oh. That's interesting. I wonder what that's all about. Side trump to the apron ride around come into the pits and sure enough. We've got a leak sure enough. We get pushed behind the wall and I'm sitting there. When the green flag flies for I, think it was twenty two laps as we repaired the line that had obtained all in it, and that was leaking, or it wasn't. A pinch could actually had a seal that had a little problem with it. For, whatever reason didn't get picked in previous checks that we did and and everything like that and I'm sitting there for twenty two laughs at the start of what in my head is probably very likely like ninety percent going to be the last cup race ever run. Waiting to go out to start the conference last on, everyone was like you've gotta be kidding me. Suck up there. I run the race. You get the car on the tracks. And it was actually one of the most enjoyable I've ever run because there was just no pressure like I just went out and did my own thing with the car on the racetrack had fun with it and you're twenty two laps, sounds you. You just staying out of the way, and at that point, it's like well. The goal is now. I just WanNa see you know how fast we can run for the rest of this race, but also not affect this race in any way, and it was really enjoyable, but it was also kind of deflating the same time I'm like son of a gun. I you know I just wanted to finally have the last one. Your career is kind of been like that though. that. Hey! You know what else is crazy about that. That is the first time is up and down as my career as journeyman as it's been in..
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"As well I mean you have guys like Michael. Waltrip and Kenny Wallace who are already part of the Fox Stanley at the time, and were you know more fulltime on what they were doing with TV? So you still had drivers involve boxes always used the athletes, which I think is really cool records, bracing or NFL, or whatever we can kind of see a trend there, but it just kept growing, and from one thing to another and. I WANNA say two thousand seventeen, doing a little bit more time that year halfway through the year it became obvious that there was going to be a a race that Iowa that they didn't have a up driver to put in the booth, and I think they used the cup drivers that year in the booth with Adam Alexander Mike Waltrip, and I just kind of put hard sell on us, said Hey. I'd love to do that is available man that really cool, so I could go call out our race and I'll make sure that I. don't commit anything on my schedule to race in that. That racist if I could do that and it was at Charlotte before of that year lead and I would I remember talking to a gentleman named Jacob Ullman, who's with Fox and Lindsay Mandate? WHO works in the race up. Studios with US had kind of talked all them as well Steve Craddock..
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Do you'RE GONNA list and watch a guy de to start finish line and finished second when you feel like you're in the right. Unfortunately the judgment call was made and the more fun. Parts of that story was the what happened in the NASCAR Holler. Afterwards I'm generally pretty respectful and pretty mild mannered. I won't say who was in there, but also I know is I, said a lot of words to my mother would not be proud of and I walked out of there and I thought about what I said after I said it, and then after I walked around. Look well. I don't have a hard card next week so big. It is what it is. You got to fight for what you believe it right. Yeah! I mean it was. I guess people have seen I. Do have a little bit of a temper. My temper. It takes a long fuse to get to that tapper I'm pretty mild mannered until I get to it and then when I get to I. Get to a point that's beyond. Kind of really I can't bring it back once. I get to that point where I'm that Mad very quickly very rapidly, so I definitely got to that point that day and I feel like rightfully so. I hope you join the conversation with Regan and we'll get back to that. In a second, but first I wanted to share some other cool news breaking t and I have partnered to share the word on their NASCAR collection breaking. He wants to connect you with your favorite sports by commemorating some of its recognizable moments, and they are continually adding to their racing collection. Here's the important part US breaking t dot com slash Kelly to check out their collection of racing t shirts if you want more short tracks on the NASCAR schedule, they have a shirt that says just that. If you're chase Elliott Fan, they have a shirt for his bounty collection, and is one finger salute to Kyle Busch and their latest edition highlights racing, not racism after the ban on the confederate flag. where the moment by going to breaking t dot com.
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Slash Kelly so you are ready for Race Day. Now. Let's get back to Regan Smith. You know that time was interesting, too. Because I think it was the year before you were splitting the car with Martin if I remember correctly so. Yeah when you think about that was it had been unique situation like that were kind of what was it? It was D. I, but there's also again deal, and it was just. It seemed very weird from the outside end, but getting to split a car with Mark Martin. was there anything positive and good that you took away from that experience or I? Think the biggest positive was learning how he drove a race car. Right like that first Bristol Racer and he came up there and test with us, and at the time the reason why mark didn't do. Do the races he didn't do is because it was the what they call the car at the time and you know market decided. He wanted to run the other cars. He didn't WANNA learn the new car, and he was kind of starting retirement, anyways and Gin had this opportunity pop up to where he could do that. He could run a part time schedule, and and they go find another young guy and fill up the schedule of him. so to learn from him from that standpoint to he went, did a couple of tests with this? Ben Mayer Aces to feel you know. He would look for in a car compared to maybe what I would look for in a car and and different things like that was very educational, and you know the first time i. kind of had somebody that I could do that with that was up until that point I was kind of my own and I. I don't want to say I was a loner, but I was. was also the type that was of the mindset of do figure it out. You know and make the mistake and learn from the mistake, and and sometimes that can be good, but sometimes it can be bad I. Think I do regret my career, not talking to the veteran drivers more now understanding more from other drivers, not asking the right questions at at times to build, maybe speed up my learning curve, and and make things faster. Mark in terms of a work ethic, and how he managed himself, and how he did things like that was was certainly one of the most intense guys I think sports ever seen and eat at his way going about his business and doing his job and It was good book. Learn from that. Maybe take some pieces from that, and and maybe not take other pieces from it and just kind of. Of, you know you kind of mold yourself with that, but but certainly you can't deny the success that he's had and over the longevity of the crew that he's had your career in general. You look at places you've been so D.. I. Gin Against Super Sub, so you've been a little bit of everywhere. Stewart Haas Levine petty ran for Jr motorsports in the extremity series, chasing a championship in general regan. It has to be hard though for driver to constantly be jumping around I would think when you aren't able to really build a home somewhere and consistently be somewhere I. Mean you had a few straight years with furniture row and you could tell that you guys were continually getting better so. Is it hard for driver when you're constantly jumping around trying to find a home somewhere? Somewhere and show which you can do, it's miserable. That's the best way I can put it. As it is absolutely miserable, it's exhausting. I think that's the other reason why I got to the point where wanted to TV opportunity came up I was pretty quick to jump at. It is because it is exhausting. You don't ever get in. That I had one year. How many years? You know I'd probably was I. Guess Running Nascar type, stuff or attempting to run NASCAR our stuff for full time since two thousand or two thousand three, so that's almost fifteen to seventeen years..
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"T took the TV opportunities into that. You're and I didn't know that I would. Perhaps never getting a cup car again right like I didn't have that moment. A lot of guys homestead nails. They say okay. This is it I'm dumb, cop racing and they have that closure. I never had that closure. So when the opportunity came up, and at first it was only one race, and it was like okay. I'm going to go out there and joy for this one racist have as much as I can, and then it went to four races in. Five six on down Melissa's how many races it became a when we went to Charlotte and I forget the order. It was for the Roh forget which number of races into this was when we went there and appeared the Casey was gonna be approved a comeback, and it appeared that Casey was gonna hop back in the car. Dover and Charlotte would be the last race that I needed to run for them. Them they had to test schedule the next day right afterwards with him to put on track and see how he felt in in race conditions essentially so that race I made it a point to have not only my family there, but my wife, my kids, my parents inlaws were there made it a point to have everybody come in. I just say hey. Guys I want everybody to come to this race because. Number one nobody could come to the last one I ran for petty. which is it over number two? I? Just didn't know well. We get through that race in you know. We ended up having a decent day I think we've finished fifteenth or wherever it was, it was a fun race. The the Robles so challenging and so difficult I was exhausted afterwards I. do remember that because it is probably one of the most physically demanding racetracks that we go to and out of the car. And I went hopped in the car and drove home with Megan in Raton Elisa and I'm like. Yeah, this is awesome. I've got closure, and if that's the last one I feel good it and no problem I'm I'm happy as a camper. So. We get done with that and I think it was the Tuesday might have been the Tuesday. After that race..
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"It's the article that they wrote that was just that was the perfect article. And you WanNa, keep those memories all right. Let's talk racing a little bit. Kinda shifted gears there, so I wanted to pull a few things from your career in the first being that when we did this could be dangerous for me. I'm thinking about different things. My old boy where she got this. So, when we talked in late two thousand eighteen for the PODCAST, and we had a few minutes when you were filling in for Casey. Cain we only of scratch the surface there are a little bit, but back then you told me that you had never actually retired and I wanted to ask and you kinda hinted on a few minutes ago that you know. Hey, maybe you'll jump in something later this year. So is it one of those things? Things where you're still not technically retired if you have the chance, would you still like to get behind the wheel of something? I love driving race cars. I love going fast. I, love the adrenaline. I love the competition like I'd love that, so absolutely would in a heartbeat and I'm not saying I'm actively pursuing anything because I'm not again. I am focused on TV in that is as old as rb. The Best Guy TV that I can. Can be a TV and I want to be the. You know the best guy that somebody that everybody says like he's made. You know what he's one of the best ever talk about a race car on TV in a way that I can understand at her away that I can appreciate or whatever it may be with US said a big part of me. Doing that is the fact that I'd love the race car side of it also and. And I love the driving side of the aisle. I just don't know that I would ever use. The word retired I. You know I look at a guy like Kenny Wallace. Right and he'd never used the word retired now. He's off racing dirt cars whole would if I want to go race cars, forty five or fifty years old, if I'm not doing TV somewhere down the road I won't use that word. I think that words just to. I think it's to a permanent to call and I'm only thirty six also. That's I joked about it actually literally yesterday with Aj Almond. Dinger I was talking to him, and basically I was cracking on because Daytona and I said look. Aj niggers out of retirement for this Daytona race earlier this season any. He stopped me quick. He's like Whoa Whoa Whoa way never retired and I thought about. You know that's the same thing that kind of stuff I never retired so I think people just make the assumption out there fulltime that you're you know that you're done that. You're retired that this is. Over it and I you know I I. Don't think you can say that. was there a time? Though where you realize regan that it was starting to fade away a little bit I mean you had had fulltime rides, and then you did a little bit here a little bit there. You started the Super Sub which we've talked about before, did you? Did you realize though at one point that hey, it's. It's kind of fading away like it's slipping away here. I think I knew that when I took the job I had a pretty good idea what was going on in the garage area at the time and I could see kind of the writing on the wall in the direction, the sport was going on. Something's in in my opportunities were not going to be the opportunities to be in top sixteen car, and as I looked at the garage thought okay. If you're going to have a chance to win, you've got to be one of those top sixteen cars in nets the point where you've gotta decide Okay what my priorities in water..
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"I'm wearing a lot of different hats with Fox. In terms of being an analyst in that role that comes easy because I'm talking about stuff that I. Know I'm talking about stuff that I've always. been a part of an rather, it's wooded drivers thinking when he's at a certain position on a race track. Rather it's What's going to go on lap? Twenty compared to lap fifty things like that are just natural. I think that's the case for most drivers we see that a lot of drivers who come and hop in the booth and sit alongside opportunities. Opportunities see lava. Guys sit alongside at Adam. Alexander and Adam does an amazing job of basically working with a lot of different personalities and a lot of different levels of how they explain stuff in terms of different drivers, but at the same time the drivers they get to talk about what they know and that's you have a comfort level about that when it came. Came to actually be in on pit road, and doing a pre-race it it you know something as simple as the pre-race that I would talk to Vince Jamie and Matt. How do I do? The pit whips that we do basically maybe talking about a car that is getting ready to start th raise Joey Logano in, and he's had a good weekend, but hear needs. needs to be the focus because last weekend. This is what happened and so on I didn't know how to do that stuff, so they taught me how to do that I. didn't understand how you get all your information in front of you in a prime example would be. The swells uses a cardboard kind of like a file folder to put all info on. Jamie little. She is a sheets paper. She prefers to just have paper that she can flip through and find each individual driver for Info and Matt Yocum. He uses another big piece of cardboard that he actually has winds printed on his able to write on it, whatever needs in certain sections for drivers in and I didn't know which one of those systems would. Would work best for me or if it would be something completely different I know of other people that work in the industry that have spoken to the that actually use ipads and things like that to store all their Info Gregory's so finding out ways to do that talking to him about all those different little things that was some of the key stuff. Stuff early on for me especially, and then beyond that just understanding, you know the flow of the weekend when you need to be there to get you worked on a lot of it was still me having a fine what worked for me, but also watching and paying attention from the people that I work with and talking to the people that work with about. About what works for them and kind of refining that, and if one thing didn't work, then you know what next week as somebody else how they do that stuff in and all of them were very in have been still to This Day David Gracious with their information, and with knowledge in terms of all that stuff and I think I'm getting on. On where I got some systems that work, but I'm also the type that if something's working well, how can we make it better, so there's always a way to make it better. When again speaking of the story that we did for racer dot com after Darlington wrote about how Fox sports is adapting of course.
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Is they feed off of that reaction especially when they're celebrating on the front stretch. What about with you and and your peers at? At Fox sports. Do you think this will be different now? When fans do come back from your standpoint like will you guys be able to feed on that? Now that you've experienced being out on that front stretches well, doing all of these interviews do being in this environment. Do you think you'll be more aware of the fans and that reaction when they come back? Back to the racetrack just in how you do your job, think you're gonNA naturally be more aware of because it's going to be different again you know, let's face it. We run the past two and a half three weeks now. Fans there in the first time was really strange. The second time you're like. Wow, this felt like the first time the third time. E start to think basically well okay I get this now. I've done this a few times, and you kind of adjust the pretty quickly to that so I think that as soon as the fans are allowed back in the stands that reaction number one from the fans is going to be probably a little more loud, and a little more voice for us us than what it's ever been. But number two from everybody else that's. Rather whoever's doing the victory lane interview or whatever a drivers here in a pit road? Maybe it's cheers. Maybe it's booze. That reaction's going to be certainly more welcomed by the driver's by everybody, so I do think that's GonNa be a big moment when we're allowed to have fans back there and I think it's a moment that equally from all sides will be anticipated, and it will be looked forward to and I guess from a broadcaster standpoint I'm a little more guarded from things in terms of the noise and hearing what the fans are because we have to wear ear. Ear Cups in the ear. Cups are so loud or should say silence so much stuff that if we don't hear it through the microphone, we don't pick it up and a Lotta Times. There's other noise through the microphone that gets picked up as well, but I know just seeing the fans. They're over your shoulders for the first time when it does happen against going to be a very big moment, so if I am correct, this is your third year. I believe as a pit reporter. Does that sound right? It is yeah, lucky number for von Lucky number three but number three. So time has flown a little bit since you started doing this. What's been the biggest takeaway? The last couple of years from when you first started doing this to now being in year three, Oh, you know, the first year was so strange for me, and it was so strange in a number of ways decided to make the change and make the commitment to the TV stuff in and that my my priority in that my focus. Would have been two thousand eighteen. I made that decision at the end of two, thousand, seventeen, or close to the two thousand seventeen when I got to Daytona that. I reason in eighteen, not only did I. Not know what to expect. I didn't know how to do a number of different things I didn't even know how to get out of an interview and throw it back to somebody in NS. I completely lost my first interviewing. Qualifying with Martin tracks junior and sending it back to the booth. Mike Joy I got. It wasn't my joy was actually I think Chris Myers?.
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Discussing parts of his career, and before you ask, yes, Regan still believes he won at Talladega in two thousand and has some fun tidbits to share that you might not have heard before about the aftermath of that race. So much to enjoy in this podcast I don't want to delay it any longer because it is lengthy, so here's Regan Smith on the racing writers podcasts. On the more positive side of things we're racing EFI story. Let's talk some racing. Let's focus on the positive and stay positive, so we talked after Darlington, but I wanted to revisit real quick. How has it been now? A few races in broadcasting the way the Fox sports has been broadcasting. You've been boots on the ground and everybody's been switching in and out. Has It gotten easier? Has It gotten smoother when we talk after? After Darlington. You didn't really have any negatives of how it went. You said it went very well, but now a few races in. Has It gone better than expected? Maybe yeah I think it has i. don't like using the term the new normal because I don't believe it is the new normal that this is just normal for right now, but it has become. Become more normal for right now and and you understand how to get into the race track. That process goes even quicker than what it did to begin with. You understand what your guidelines are. When you're at the race track, you understand how to get your work done a little bit better, and you understand how to communicate back with people that aren't necessarily at the. The race track that you're working with in a more efficient manner and I think again for right now. This is the normal and as things adjust as things change attached to believe at some point, fans come back to the race track, and when that happens, I've got to believe that maybe the guidelines for how we processed stuff in. Do things in the garage. Garage Burien at the race track from not only a team standpoint media, standpoint and everybody involved in the graduate. That'll probably adjust so then we'll have to shift in a just a little bit again for that, but certainly it's been flowing smoothly. It flowed smoothly to start with and I think the more we learn, the the better we get at it and you know. Know just like anything. We evolve necessary and that's been. Do see you mentioned when fans can come back to the race track and I know drivers, everybody is excited for that and one of the things that drivers have certainly said..
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Hey everyone welcome to the racing writers podcast under host Kelly Crandall thank you again for tuning in and before we get to a great conversation with Regan Smith I. wanted to once again. Tell you about Jbl last week I introduced them as a partner of podcast, and I hope I sold you checking out their website. jbl Dot Com in order to upgrade your sound game well I was so excited about. About working with JBL and telling you guys all about it that it helped me go and upgrade my game. S- over the weekend I spend time by the pool with my new jbl pulse for speaker which I am now obsessed with. This speaker is bad ass at Waterproof Easily Bluetooth compatible. I'm fascinated by the speaker, and it also has a three hundred sixty degree led light show, which is awesome. It's my new favorite accessory at a highly recommend getting one for yourself.
"regan" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"And you hear like. I'd like those things I wish they'd bring it back for like other other purposes. Yeah, it seemed like those should have been converted to something else. Something else. Right. I I'm not I don't know what it'd be about now with pot being legal that would be that. And just have your your putt sent through. Yeah. Right in your car. Right. Who wouldn't go to that one pretty cool smoke pot? But that's I feel like that would be the place. Everyone would go what I've been doing lately. I know you have that shoulder pain. So yeah, you're right. I don't know, by the way had an MRI. Yeah. Get a surgery. I'm just I'm revealing that now how my gosh labor. That's on right to anybody. It does sound right. Dave you got both to Abrahams. Boy, but you're now you feel great. So you're dealing with pain and the other one, you know, I don't want to operate it. The operation is two thousand nineteen I'm predicting it's me next year two thousand fifteen longtime ago yet I'm changing, right? That president. Okay. So maybe a little more severe than what I had or have. So you're going to do the operation to do whatever. It takes to get rid of this pain. Okay. If they told me that we have to lock your arm off. That's not off the table. Arm would be. Yeah. It's constant pain. Dave knows he lives it. He's in constant pain. Damn sorry about your situation. It's similar to my I have a friend with a broken leg another streets nagging. What did you do any seven healthcare issue as healthcare shoes? And he doesn't have health care and bag for him. He well, he's like six six houses down. But I can hear him moaning at night when I'm leap, you know, go hurts. That clearly. When the wind is blowing Twitter. Yeah. It's hard to sleep. Sometimes I would imagine. Anyway. So good luck with your shoulder. Appreciate it. Real nice. You we have the break. Brian Regan air got the new shows over the net. Flix called the stand up in a way, I would Brian Regan. Again, friends of the show worked on this thing Justice. Sorry was worked on it. Hugh Incas worked on it and his brother Dennis who I'm told. I've met at breakfast in Vegas with Dennis tennis was working the trop. I was working Harris walked down in a brand new shoe and he walked down because he wanted to try the shoe out very little with us having breakfast, buddy shoe. He bought some new shoes and he wanted to test out if he liked them, he left Vegas. And so he met my wife, and I down at Harris for the buffet Harris has the best buffet in Vegas. I don't know if they still do that at the time. And so we enjoyed Denis's company over some food and talked. I'm gonna say it to his brother way too much about those fucking shoes. Really? We talked about there. She was a long time. I don't know if he kept this day. It's kind of a mystery that we should find. I'd like to find out shoes. What do you think? You would remember that story like if burdened by better Bryant texted him right now. Do you think you would know the answer? Like, yeah. I got the can you text actually remembers buying shoes and having breakfast with me and Daniel oddly, he's performing in Vegas this week. She really, yeah. Where's he at Brad GARRETT'S? He is at the new comedy cellar. And at the Rio the real is this like someone needs a new pair of shoes. Outlet malls there. So which at the time we're not as popular as they are now. Wait a minute. Do you think he heard the phrase daddy needs a new pair of shoes? Vegas. That's not a literal time. But we don't know. We'll find out. All right. Let's take another break when we come back. Hopefully Dennis will have text back, and we'll get we'll get to the bottom texting them as we speak back. Hey, guys, Matt here with some dates for you. Brian Regan is on Twitter at Brian Regan. Comic. He's also on Netflix. Check out his new show. Stand up in a way for episodes at stand up and sketch. Sounds great..
"regan" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Jimmy, if you'd be so kind as to pass the square package to Matthew Belkin up. Talking to big game. We're expecting you to o'clock. So we were apologizes to the NF gang from Dera. Well, that seems like not the one you're supposed to me or maybe it is. It is okay. Okay. Hang on. This is a treat that was a recipe of my grandmothers, and I wanted to share it with the whole gang. These are spice pecans. Now, if you please open the rap present, and then come back to this letter afterwards cinnamon, it was I supposed to have been as you were reading that last sentence. I don't I don't know. That'd be a fast o n and do you think this is Darah or Dana? I can tell you. I don't give shit. Okay. Seems fair elections at that much. I could cover. Yeah. This very much feels like we're being manipulated by like a serial killer whose taunting. It's like now you open this. And then stakes who could no there's more stuff here to read. Open that package. Versi said. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. I know what to do Jimmy very clear Regan here for Christ's sake is ten minutes early. Yes. Is that on ever probably blamed day for that? Right. Regan's. They'll be wandering around Ventura. That's a pro though opprobrium early. Dave gets it Davison. You're right to maybe they thought later to sound soundcheck, maybe ten minutes before re funny. I don't know. What's gonna happen? Right. Maybe Gary Brightwell breads, another one that opens for you. Both great great both great more than happy to do whenever you need me. Your next book you for the next show. Well by now, it's probably in the past. Remember when you open for me? That was a fun week, buddy. That was a fun week to do it. I kinda love the idea of bringing in warm up guests. Thank him on. How many you know, what my next cone of the parents? Maybe I do that. And then or I pitch it, and they go. Yeah. We'll did this thirty years ago. Right. It could be that. That's fun EPA done anybody. Remember, I don't remember anybody doing that. Maybe you know, who would have done it. Steve Martin right doesn't. It seem like a Steve Martin sorta beg you to try these I explained Dave. Doesn't enjoy comedy wise. Tormentor comedian. He's you know, he sets up the lights make sure the..
"regan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Up one of our favorites, Brian Regan. Comedian former wide receiver in college. Yeah, he played at Heidelberg Colin do. Yeah. Yeah. D three. Yeah. Yeah, I think they went, oh, and twenty seven in his college career, not because of Brian Regan. I don't believe so, but I've already got a couple of Email from people who played against Brian Regan at Heidelberg college. This is a guy named Mark. I won't give his last name, hey, ask Brian about playing at Heidelberg. You got his ass kicked off and his team was Owen twenty seven years on the team. His nickname was rip. There's a story to the name. My locker was across from his, and he was funny then. Yeah, I guess if he's his teammate, Mark Ridgely is his name the interesting if he wasn't funny at all in high school. Hey, it was even funny then. No kidding. I would have thought that in high school. He wasn't funny at all. A guy made a living as a comedian. Yeah thing. Does anybody ever become funny when they're like, I don't know twenty five or thirty? I'm guessing that you're probably entertaining at a younger age cured into a sense of humor, some hot Todd. He was always a very serious quiet kid. He kept himself. Now I'm gonna. I'm gonna. Let Brian Regan. See some of your stand-up accuracy. Yeah, I did hear from the comedy store on sunset, and I reached out. I talked to a guy named Adam and he knew the show knew what you were doing. And I said, we'd like to have fritzy if we could do five to seven minutes, and he said, we have a friends and family night Monday night and we'd be more than happy to accommodate fritzy. I said, well, we're doing a documentary making a comedian, and he goes strict policy. No, no videotaping. Now they said we can get the audio, but no videotape in there. But that's the update and. Are you okay with that pretty? I am. I think it's a very cool opportunity and we'd Caroline's in New York City. Now comedy store in on the sunset strip, you sorta did Caroline mean that was there? Yeah. And and there were few peeling Caroline's did him a little bit? Yeah, he did. And wasn't that a Monday Carolina's well, bigger want wheelhouse. I wonder if comedians like Brian Regan who spent their whole lives toiling work and grinding criss crossing the country, so they could get the chance to then play these legendary venues. I wonder if they're insulted at all, but Todd, standing up there and soiling this these eyelid grounds would have every right to question soiling. Yes club. So I know you didn't need what Caroline's, but we could put a microphone in the crowd this time because. A back row on back, oh crime, but that's what it would have sounded like. Why put a microphone? If there's nobody laughing people sipping on their dreams. A small talk going on that guy, digesting dinner. There were people there. A couples are clearly on first dates, and you can see there was this one girl looking and her face was like, oh my God, like. Like. Okay. So we're in center field..
"regan" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Now they did not procurator mellish you know what we haven't talked about today's we haven't talked about the oj simpson confession on me now i had heard about this before judith regan big time publisher and i i know judith she's she's had a grilledcheese sandwich is at my house yeah i love her nice i love judith regan anyway the question is did o j actually confess to murdering the call brown simpson and ronald goldman i'm sorry i i'm so sorry for forgetting his name because it's very important we remember his name what is is a lost interview they're saying i for my two thousand six or something well what happened what happened was uh oh jays attorney cole judith regan to get ready for this this interview that she's doing and he's blatantly said he he did it oj here did it and they named his book if i did it if right yeah and they said the reason he did that is so his kids would have like a little they wouldn't totally believe their father was a murderer yeah but they should have called the book i did it right right and when you're watching this interview like he keep he talks about like if i did it like you said he says i z says i had blood all over me that was like everywhere i grabbed a knife like that's when it got weird like all of a sudden it's like the interview turned and then he started saying i and everything.
"regan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"As a vision and she called this limitation not a woman named false information as a means calls and save the visit above nation from brian regan wrote estate tonight i'm going to stay in the race wisconsin so i display the next radio these days yes niece i'm a the aspirin his hear me i can sleep at night in the space follow on instagram at away what done that god jon stewart two two two two two two two two two two.