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Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:38 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yelled at by a defensive lineman or however we want to phrase it. But this is different, it feels like this is Aaron Donald's not yelling at Matthew Stafford. What do you make of this? It's not good, no matter how you slice it, I guess I would be very curious to hear what he actually said and what the tone was, right? 'cause there's a difference, Dan, between going over and saying, hey, let's go. We need you guys to get something done. Come on, man. You can do this. Like almost encouraging? Versus like, you better pick your you know what up? This is BS. I would really like to know the exact phrasing and tone with which Mike Purcell said it could have been an encouraging vibe or it could have been very demeaning. What do you think it was? Probably encouraging on some level, probably fiery encouraging because I don't think Mike Purcell is that stupid to be saying really bad things to the guy that just signed the gigantic guaranteed contracts, right? Like if I was playing it then as you're back up old line or maybe I'm starting, I'm not yelling at the guy that just got the huge contract that could probably say, hey, get rid of this guy in a heartbeat. I'm not saying anything bad to that guy. He's like, that's what people always say to me like, you know, if you were in the locker room, Ross, what would you say to this star player who did the like I'd say nothing to him? He wouldn't say anything to him. Nothing. So you should be happy that I'm in the locker room. You never yelled at Tom Brady when you were with the Patriots. Definitely not. I don't think I ever yelled at any quarterback. No, I was never and honestly like it is funny 'cause guys know where their bread is buttered. You know, I know offensive lime in that specifically wanted to buddy up with the starting quarterbacks because they knew those guys have a lot of influence with the coaches. So no, I don't think, I mean now high school and college, I definitely did, but you get to the NFL and you realize those guys have a lot more clout than I do. Great to talk to you as always. Thank you, bud. Always, shout out chat roe. Ross Tucker, CBS, Westwood one color analyst host of the Ross Tucker football podcast. A couple of phone calls, then we'll come back. We'll give you our best and worst of the weekend. Trevor Lawrence coming up top of the hour. Al in Atlanta is back. Hi Al, best and worst of the weekend.

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Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:08 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Terms apply. Yeah, Marv. All right, so this song is called our House you and it's basically their term is like roughing someone up. It's not a hose you Ted in Tampa. That's why I put this song in here. It's not how hoes you, our House you, like our rough you up. That's what, so when Ted and Tampa was saying poly actually, Michigan. Not housed, like housed you means I'm going to take you in and you have a place to sleep. Proper shelter. Proper housing. Yeah. Yeah, he's implying that Paul said that they housed someone. Tells them. Well, they went into their house and I guess they would have housed them in their own house. Hostile. No, it's a hustle environment. Yeah, the hostile, a hostile environment. But then it's a youth hostel, a hostile environment. For housing. By the way. Here's one for you. If you're if you're the Broncos, do you fire your head coach now? Because you want to be the first in line where you go, hey, we're open for business. Now we can start an interviewing people. But if you do that and we've seen this with college programs now, they don't wait until the end of the year. Nebraska goes, no, we're good. We're going to fire our head coach. Now they got Matt rule going there. Auburn, you want to make sure that you get out in front of everybody and make sure everybody knows we're open for business here. But if you're Denver and you know, you're not going to keep Nathaniel Hackett. If you wait and all of a sudden the team starts to play well, let's say they win a couple of games. Let's say Russell Wilson starts acting like Russell Wilson. Then you might argue that keep in mind the new owners, the Walton family, they didn't pick this coach. And that's why I think I would be shocked if Nathaniel Hackett's back for one more year. And I would fire him at the end of the year, I guess I would do that just to let him save face, not that that's much better than getting fired. You just don't want to get fired during this season. If you're going to get fired, at least, can you give me a stay of execution here? Yeah, more. What if the Broncos win their last three games? That's the risk you run. They're not going to, but that's the risk you run, and then all of a sudden it's like, you know, and Nathaniel Hackett gets in front of the media. He was like, you know, we figured this out. You know, I love what we're going to do for the future. That's the last thing you want if you're the new owners of the Broncos, we're like, no, no, you haven't figured anything out.

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Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:33 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Patrick show. How about them Broncos? Let's ride, Tod. Did you watch the whole game? I watched everything I stepped away for a couple of plays when I just started getting really aggravated about their continuing embarrassment. And then arguments on the sideline and Nathaniel Hackett pretending he doesn't see Purcell yelling at Russell Wilson is just getting really bad. Here's Russell Wilson on his confrontation with a defensive player Mike Purcell. He was pissed off he was just said, we often go, you know? And I agree. So me and him on the same page, there's no animosity there at all. We were on the same page. We got to win. We got to come out here and have some grit to us and mentality to us. We got to be able to win these football games and so those guys are out there battle in every play. And offense, we got to be able to capitalize. So yeah, no, there's nothing there at all. It doesn't pass the eyeball test there. Because that felt like Mike Purcell's like, dude, we're paying you a ton of money. Can you do something? Have you done anything this year? Yeah. My Purcell is a career backup defensive tackle. He's not Aaron Donald. He's not even JJ watt, who was a first team all pro, yelling. It did not look like a positive, let's go, man. We're counting. It looked like get it together. You told me you guys saw it. Yeah, it didn't pass the I test. A backup defensive tackle. Yeah. We're in like Russell Wilson was going like, yeah man, I agree. Let's go. Yeah. Yes. Yes. Yeah, yes. Right, more. Hey, teammate. Yes. Let's get out there and do this. Let's hey, why don't we ride? I'll huddle up with my team over here and get them on the pitch same page as you and me. Here's a subway gift card. Yeah. Aaron Rodgers talked about that he still wants to play, even though he's banged up. Obviously when you lose games, you're putting yourself farther out there. We have 5G and stretch. We had a one O 5. And probably need a little bit of

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Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:31 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Are in this together period. So you know, that's the quarterback our offense. They're about to take the field. Obviously we let up a touchdown, so we weren't doing our job, but gotta get a spark somewhere. So they're about to take the field, so that's all it was. I just got the penalty on feeble plot. Frustrated for everything. You know, we didn't do our job on defense. You know, hats off to them. They were in the bowl and it was just not good enough. All right. All right. I Denver's got bigger problems than this. And Mike Purcell yelling at Russell Wilson. I don't know. I don't know if they do. Oh, they do. I can add to the awkwardly with this one. Awkward it is. Yeah. Real word. Seattle's draft pick, which would be the Denver's draft pick this year, which they gave it to Seattle, is now the fourth pick of the draft. So Seattle could maybe replace their quarterback or not. Also, Russell Wilson's contract, unlike Aaron, even unlike Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson's contract, there's no way out. You are completely through the 2025 season, you Russell Wilson is a quarterback of the Broncos. Minimum. And then there's a 31 million dead cap hit if they want to get rid of him somehow. So let's say it doesn't turn in the right direction. He is on that roster until 2025. But how did this go so bad? I can't imagine Nathaniel Hackett is back next year. He's going to be a one and done. Got to be. But. That's what shocks me more than anything. You're just going wait. What Russ forgot how to quarterback? I don't know if Nathaniel hack had just because you were a quarterback whisperer for Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay doesn't mean you're a head coach. And he went in there and didn't understand clock management and a variety of things there that started with the opening game. Yeah. Also, do you think it was because you could yell at Russell Wilson? You couldn't yell at Tom Brady like that or Aaron Rodgers. I'm not even sure you could look at Aaron Rodgers direction with a side eye. Maybe because, you know, he's just so happy go lucky and it's a good sandwich. Type guy, you could just yell at him and you know, all right, you know, I agree with you, golly gee, will occur. Yeah, I couldn't see somebody yelling at Rogers or Tom Brady. But what about Matthew Stafford? Could I see somebody yelling at Matthew Stafford? Yeah, I could. Aaron Donald, I could. Yeah. Feels like it's only natural, though, if you're on the defense there and you're looking across the locker room and be like, man, it'd be nice if you guys showed up once in a while. That's only natural, right? So to me, the reason why it's like Mike Purcell is at the biggest deal in the world, no. But if even he's had enough of this crap, and he's yelling on the sidelines, then that is just like a symptom of a much larger problem. But I think Mike Purcell was always on the sidelines because he's not a starter. He's always there. Yeah, but even he's had another. Like, I don't even play and I'm sick of this. Yeah, Pauline. Going back to the poll question, awkward moments. Jordan love came in last night for the packers. He was 6 for 9. He led two scoring drives, a touchdown in the field goal.

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Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

00:42 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Great to be back. A little under the weather, but every day is the Super Bowl. Our good buddy Ross Tucker will join us coming up. What would you do if you're the packers with Aaron Rodgers? What would you do if you're the jets with Zach Wilson? Last those questions coming up. Got a play of the day, stat of the day, poll question, all of that coming up here. Phone calls always welcome any day, but especially on Monday, best and worst of the weekend, operator Tyler is standing by. Trevor Lawrence in an hour from now, the Jags quarterback had a game winning drive against the ravens. One of those, wow, type moments for him. And he's played pretty well this year. What happens is they're not on stand-alone games, national TV. And you really have to find their highlights or find their games. And yesterday, that game winning drive pretty impressive. 8 7 7 three DP show email address to PETA Dan Patrick dot com. Twitter handle is at DP show. Peacock has the most live sports of any streaming service, watch live games and events from the Premier League NASCAR PGA Tour. And every Sunday Night football game. Plus, so much more including this show. It's all streaming on peacock. Say good morning to those watching on peacock or listening on our radio affiliates around the country seat and poll question hour two is? We're going to go with most awkward situation from this weekend. Such as Mike white absolutely bawling out for the jets. That's awkward. We've covered that a bit. Yes. Aaron Rodgers getting hurt, Jordan love looking good for the packers. Okay. That's an awkward situation. We've been waiting to play out for a few years now. Ohio State got rolled by Michigan at home, awkward. Russell Wilson getting yelled at on the sideline. That was just like, that I felt bad for him in that moment. It's not even a star defensive player. Some random do even he's had enough. Yeah. Yeah. Even he's had enough. Yeah. And get it together, Wilson, and Russ, here's Russ talking about getting yelled at by one of his teammates. He was pissed off. He was just said, we often go, you know? And I agree. So me and him on the same page, there's no animosity there at all. We were on the same page. We got to win. You know, we got to come out here and have some grit to us and mentality to us. We got to be able to win these football games and so those guys are out there battling every play, you know, an offense, we got to be able to capitalize. So yeah, no, there's nothing there at all. This is Mike Purcell. Nothing there at all in terms of the offense. Nothing there. He said, yeah, let's go. And I agreed. Let's go. We should go. Yes, yes,

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How Can You Watch 'My Son Hunter'? Director Robert Davi Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

How Can You Watch 'My Son Hunter'? Director Robert Davi Explains

"Welcome back, talking to Robert Davi the director of the new film my son hunter. So excited that this film got made. Robert, it's an amazing thing to me that this film, the film you're describing, my son hunter, that it got made, because we live in a world where most of us know that Hollywood is controlled by, you know, you mentioned half a dozen of the names just super left wing ideologues who they can't even begin to think along the lines of where we are where Middle America is and pretty much they've had a monopoly and there's nothing there's nothing else. Suddenly things like this are possible. My son hunter is out before we continue how do people find my son hunter? Well, first of all, I just want to give kudos to the unreported story society who crowdfunded this with 30,000 people. So the people out there want the story to be told. The we the people. And if we continue to do that, and encourage conservatives to invest in culture, we've got to do that. They can go to my son hunter dot com. Breitbart distributed it. My son hunter dot com, the DVD is now available, as well as you can download it, stream it, and own it. And I think it's an entertaining film. I told them I wanted to do something like The Wolf of Wall Street or American hustle, the David O Russell film about the abscond FBI sting. That style of peace. You know, constrained with our budget, of course. And with the story. But I think we've accomplished something very, very, you know, very special in terms of that.

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Broncos beat Jaguars 21-17 in London to snap losing streak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Broncos beat Jaguars 21-17 in London to snap losing streak

"Latavius Murray's two yard scoring run late in the fourth quarter allowed the Broncos to beat the Jaguars 21 17 Russell Wilson led to go ahead scoring drives in the second half on his return from a hamstring injury He finished 18 of 30 for 252 yards with a touchdown and an interception as the three and 5 Broncos ended a four game losing streak Obviously the season hasn't gone the way we wanted to And it's not over yet There's a lot more to do There's a lot more that we want to accomplish Denver trail ten zero before Jerry Judy 6 yard TD grab in the second quarter Trevor Lawrence threw for just 133 yards one touchdown and two interceptions in Jacksonville's 5th law since 6 games I'm Dave ferry

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How Church Leaders Aligned With Fauci to Discredit Experts

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:41 min | Last month

How Church Leaders Aligned With Fauci to Discredit Experts

"Exactly did he do? Because I understand he has a lot of connections with many evangelical leaders some were even within the Southern Baptist convention. Yes, so early this year, I had released a report on all of the evangelical leaders, including people like Christianity today, editor in chief Russell Moore, Billy Graham center, director at stetzer, Tim teller, a lot of other big Rick Warren. Some other big names who had platformed Francis Collins to come on their podcast to do interviews with him to run stories, advocating for him basically saying he's a Christian brother, we need to listen to him and you can go back and find that old report. But that was the first story. And then this week, what popped up was that this organization that Francis Collins founded put out a statement called the love your neighbor get the shot statement. And this went even further because it was essentially a pledge that a variety of Christian leaders, including people like NT rights, very famous theologian, Christian author, Philip yancy, that one breaks my heart, Christianity today, CEO, Timothy dalrymple, some seminary president, veggie tales, creator, Bill Fisher. They all signed this document. And in it, they promised to actively promote accurate scientific information from trustworthy consensus sources and they promise to help counter misinformation and conspiracy theories from non consensus sources. And when

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Late turnover, Hopkins 4th field goal gives Chargers OT win

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Late turnover, Hopkins 4th field goal gives Chargers OT win

"Dustin Hopkins kicked a 39 yard game winning field goal in overtime as the Chargers beat the Broncos 1916 A lot of things have to go right in a ball game from even get the shot So I don't want to put on the hero cape just yet LA recovered a punt at the Denver 28 yard line that set up the winning kick Austin Eckler had a rushing score for the Chargers Justin Herbert threw for 238 yards with one pick no touchdowns the Broncos Russell Wilson passed for a 188 yards and one score Mark Myers englewood California

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Jacobs, defense lead Raiders to 1st win, 32-23 over Broncos

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Jacobs, defense lead Raiders to 1st win, 32-23 over Broncos

"The Raiders became the last NFL team to win a game as they downed the Broncos 32 23 Josh Jacobs carried Las Vegas to victory rushing for 144 yards and two touchdowns He's the first raider with at least 130 yards and two TDs in a game since 2011 Amik Robertson returned to fumble 68 yards for a score Russell Wilson had his most efficient game of his short tenure in Denver completing 17 of 25 passes for 237 yards and two TDs He also ran for a three yard score that cut the Raiders lead to 25 23 after completing a 55 yard pass to KJ hamler I'm Dave ferry

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Could Elon Musk Partner With the Video Platform Rumble?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Could Elon Musk Partner With the Video Platform Rumble?

"I want to talk about a possible possible potential. A partnership between the world's richest man, Elon Musk. And the terrific video platform, the alternative to YouTube. Called rumble. Now full disclosure, Debbie and I love rumble, the people at rumble came to me early on as they went to bongino and a couple of others and they basically said help us to build out this platform. And we did rumble began to grow rapidly. We began to post content on rumble. Subsequently, we were invited to invest in rumble, which we have, so I'm kind of letting you know that I have a stake or an interest in rumble. It's not going to affect anything I'm allowed to say, which is just descriptive. But nevertheless, rumble has grown from a relatively small platform of created by the way by Canadian named Chris pavlovsky. And Chris original idea was to create a platform that would help small content creators, as opposed to the big content creators that get enormous preferences at YouTube. And so it wasn't set up ideologically, but Chris is a free speech guy, and it's a real free speech platform. By the way, if you are not on rumble, you should be. Set up a rumble account, rumble is going places and you can find a lot of my content on rumble. Now, there was recently a very interesting exchange. It all started when the commentator Russell Brand was kicked off of censored on YouTube, and he was furious. It was over COVID and over the vaccines. And basically Russell Brand says, I'm moving to rumble. I'm going to put all my content up on rumble. And so Elon Musk kind of weighed in and basically said that, you know, it was very interesting. He was endorsing the free speech approach of Russell Brand. And then Dan bongino waited and basically said, hey, Elon, it would be great if you and rumble got together. It would be as one Geno puts it a four multiplier because rumble is a real freeze free speech platform and of course Elon Musk has the resources to essentially take rumble and make it into a kind of rocket, perhaps one that could even soar past past YouTube.

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Walter Russell Mead Explains the 'Lodge Consensus'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Walter Russell Mead Explains the 'Lodge Consensus'

"Fundamental tectonic plates of American politics are moving in a way that you grab hold of and try and explain and those three terms need definition as you gave them. The lodge consensus, jacksonian Americans, and sunbelt Republican. Because they all, let's start with the lodge consensus. What is that Walter WrestleMania? That was the that was the set of ideas after World War I that Americans kind of adopted to try to deal with this new world. It was a more dangerous world than they expected. They somehow were more vulnerable to what was happening overseas than many had expected, but they, and they wanted to promote democracy and human rights and so on abroad. But they really wanted to limit American engagement to economic engagement, maybe a little bit of political engagement, but no military engagement overseas. And in order to kind of square the circle of the gap between what they wanted, universal peace and democracy. And what they wanted to do, which was not very much, they really resorted to kind of an American form of magical thinking, of believing that the arc of history would make everything work. It's something that's we're an optimistic people by nature. We do have this faith in a divine Providence moving humanity forward. So but the idea that that arc of history is going to move to your convenience on your schedule, that was where the lodge consensus, I think, went wrong.

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Walter Russell Mead Summarizes His New Book 'The Arc of a Covenant'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Walter Russell Mead Summarizes His New Book 'The Arc of a Covenant'

"Give them a summary of the arc of a covenant, what you're attempting to do because you were really upfront at the beginning of the book. This is hard. This is not something that people normally do out loud. Talk about how hard a book is. Exactly. Well, you know, foreign policy is complicated. American foreign policy is probably the most complicated foreign policy in the world. And when people try to understand it, they often reach for these very kind of simplistic ideas. One of them that you'll hear is America supports Israel because the Jews are so powerful in the United States. And so what I tried to do was look behind that idea and understand, okay, wait a minute. You know, he actually look at the history and a very often it's been American Christians rather than American Jews. And by the way, not just evangelical Christians who've been more enthusiastic about this. But also to really understand the story, you have to get into the real history of the United States in a way that I think sometimes foreign policy scholars don't bother with.

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Rodgers throws for 2 TDs, Packers hold off Brady, Bucs 14-12

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers throws for 2 TDs, Packers hold off Brady, Bucs 14-12

"The packers kept Tom Brady under wraps for three quarters of Green Bay's 1412 win over the Buccaneers Aaron Rodgers tossed touchdown passes of 5 and 6 yards on the packers first two possessions but his offense sputtered the rest of the way Meanwhile the bucks offense was held in check without star receivers Mike Evans Chris Godwin and Julio Jones Brady finally got the bucks into the end zone on a one yard pass to Russell gage capping a 90 yard drive with 14 seconds remaining Tampa Bay's bid to force overtime with a two point conversion was thwarted First by a delay of game penalty and then an incomplete pass I'm Dave ferry

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Why Eric Metaxas Wrote 'Letter to the American Church'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Why Eric Metaxas Wrote 'Letter to the American Church'

"Reasons I wrote this book letter to the American church, frankly, is because many in the church have participated in demonizing those Christians who believe in America who think America is a good idea who believe in the founder's vision of America who voted for Donald Trump. We have had evangelical elites demonizing them, Russell Moore, now the head of Christianity today, which once was a great magazine, he wrote an article about the time that I was writing this book. I was absolutely astonished where he was participating in demonizing those who believe we need to fight for our country. We need to fight to restore biblical values, whatever it is he made it sound like it's mere culture warring. It's mere, it's a power play. These people don't care about the gospel. So these are these lies that are really, I say, genuinely diabolical because they mix in Christian lingo as though they care about these things. And millions have been deceived Sebastian. There's a

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Eric and John Discuss What Happens When People Discard Christianity

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Eric and John Discuss What Happens When People Discard Christianity

"Talking to John Z rack, what more do I have to tell you? I think as you were saying in your new book, letter the American church, as Glenn is not attained Lion. And I thought the moment you reminded me of that, I thought of like people like. David French and Russell Moore, their version of Narnia, Aslan is a Persian cat. A pudgy person cat that you pet and you feed a God purse for you. Jesus is your pal. He's your drinking buddy. That's not it. I mean, Christianity is kind of a scary religion. There's only one thing scarier, which is what people do when they throw Christianity aside. What people become when they abandon Christianity is far worse than ordinary paganism. I wish Roman paganism were taking over in America compared to what's taking over.

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Russell Wilson leads sloppy Broncos past Texans 16-9

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Russell Wilson leads sloppy Broncos past Texans 16-9

"The Broncos trudged their way to a 16 9 win over the Texans Russell Wilson overcame a slow start and a cascade of booze in his Denver debut He completed just 6 of his first 20 passes but he was four for four on Denver's go ahead scoring drive Capped by a 22 yard TD pass to Eric saubert I've won a lot of football games in my career in the National Football League and not every one of them is easy But all that matters at the end of the year is there's a W at the end of that column Wilson finished 14 of 31 for 219 yards The Broncos never allowed a TD forcing the Texans to settle for three field goals I'm Dave ferry

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Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:33 min | 2 months ago

Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans

"I did not see the game on Monday night with the Seahawks and the Broncos. Were you surprised that Russell Wilson got booed in Seattle? I was surprised, but I wasn't shocked, I guess, is the way I would put it. All the stories started coming out about, I don't know, it was kind of an organized campaign, these stories start coming out right before the game and the fans obviously there are legions to the team and not to the players. I think what shocked me more than anything was, it seemed like he don't got no friends. Y'all. It's so weird for somebody who is not an ass. You know, I could see why people would be like, hey cool, I don't really mess with them, but I feel like people actually actively don't like him, which is like, I don't know. I don't quite get it. Yo, so a couple things there. One, what I took from them booing him was the fans don't view him as being responsible for the Super Bowl in the ways that fans typically associate with a quarterback. I mean, they have been in quarterback heaven basically for the last ten years by having him, right? It's very hard to have that sort of thing. It's very rare that you got a situation like that. And normally, even if there's beef, this kind of a man, we want a Super Bowl. We had a great run with you, right? We gonna clap to support that one. Nope, they went on the booze thing, even if he wanted to be traded, right? Keeping in mind that the Seahawks wanted to trade him, which is its own fascinating story again because they were in quarterback heaven and they were still like nah, dog. We don't want no parts of this right here. Like, that part surprised me, but the bigger part, I think is what you touched on is I've never seen a player, not even Jay Cutler, right? Who you played with? Never seen a dude where everybody that seemed to be at least part of a certain era was just down on him. Doug Baldwin, all that money you got, got a lot to do with playing with Russell Wilson. He had something to say. Richard Sherman, we're not surprised because we had heard this from all those legion of boom guys as far back as it went and you're right. Russell's not an ass, but what seems clear to me, right? And you tell me if I'm wrong here, I was having a conversation with my good buddy, David Dennis, because I saw him all around the horn. And his argument was basically that the dudes think Russell is corny, and since they think he's corny, they come in at him, and I'm like, no, no, no, no, no. This isn't the way people like when they think you corny, this is the way people act when they think you phony.

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Inspector General Announces Audit of IRS Employees to Find Tax Cheats

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Inspector General Announces Audit of IRS Employees to Find Tax Cheats

"Just the news treasury inspector general launches on a virus employees cheating on their own taxes In 87,000 more coming imagine Inspector general for tax administration Jay Russell George will conduct the audit at the request of the Iowa Republican senator Joni Hurst according to the Washington times before Biden's army of auditors start harassing innocent taxpayers Let's first make sure the tax collectors have paid their own taxes So senator Ernst The mass order comes as the agency prepares to hire 87,000 agents And the Democrat every single Democrat voted for those 87,000 agents I'm waiting for Mitch McConnell to repeat something that I have encouraged the Republicans to say I heard Cruz say at the other night The Republicans should commit to getting rid of them To defunding them And you know what Mitch McConnell said mister producer Nothing

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Seahawks survive Russell Wilson's return, top Broncos 17-16

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Seahawks survive Russell Wilson's return, top Broncos 17-16

"The Seahawks spoiled Russell Wilson's return to Seattle with a 1716 victory over the Denver Broncos Geno Smith who had to fill in the vacancy when Wilson was traded to the Broncos in the off season passed for 195 yards and two first half touchdowns People can write you off but you know life's about what you make it And so I've just been blessed enough to be in the NFL for ten years and been working my butt off and it's a team game and we got to win tonight as a team Wilson passed for 340 yards and a score as the Broncos piled up 433 total net yards but Denver failed to capitalize turning the ball over twice with fumbles at the Seattle goal line Jim Bernard Seattle

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Sid Rosenberg Previews His New Book 'Sid-izens United'

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Sid Rosenberg Previews His New Book 'Sid-izens United'

"Your book is really quite fascinating here Tell everybody why you got involved in this project and what's it about Well you know my dad passed away two years ago Mark And I was very very close with my father And years ago I became friendly with a guy named Tim Russell You remember Tim And when of course when Tim's father passed away he wrote a book called big rush which he dedicated to the relationship between him and his father So I wanted to do the same thing with me and my late father Harvey And I went to Simon and shoe store He said listen I want to write a book like Tim did about me and my dad And he said wait a second wait a second Your sib Rosenberg Your number one in New York On any given morning you can go from Donald Trump to Eric Adams to Kathy hochul to Joe Biden to fill Sims to The Real Housewives of New Jersey Why limit the book to just you and your father I said well let me ask you this What will the advance look like if in fact they do it your way They gave me a number Boom Here's the book So my father inspired me to write the book How great relationship and God I miss him to death But the book has everything in there from politics to pop culture to sports and how I fell in love with a guy named Donald Trump did not love back in 2015

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 Russell Wilson gets five-year, $245M extension from Broncos

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Russell Wilson gets five-year, $245M extension from Broncos

"Russell Wilson has gone from pretty rich to very rich The Broncos have signed the quarterback to a 5 year $245 million extension That includes 165 million in guarantees It's the biggest contract to team history and one of the largest ever in the NFL He had two years and $51 million left on his deal when the Broncos acquired him from Seattle for 5 draft picks and three players Wilson's 113 career victories are the most for a quarterback in his first ten seasons That includes his win in Super Bowl 48 I'm Dave ferry

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Kira Davis: As a Parent, Biden Is the Least of My Worries

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Kira Davis: As a Parent, Biden Is the Least of My Worries

"And yet in the school board district in my county where there was no headline race we still won And one of the races Jen Russell Jen Russell won in a landslide like a route I mean by almost double digits I think if not more showing you do you think I'm right there that the school board stuff is hot but people have divorced that from the national stuff They're like I'm a parent forget that Joe Biden crap for a minute Like I'm voting for my kid And then we can talk national stuff later Yeah well of course it is because look what we realized during COVID It wasn't Joe Biden that came and shut down your business It wasn't Joe Biden that forced your school to shut down It wasn't Joe Biden that slapped a mask on your kid He didn't have the authority to do any of that He could recommend it but he didn't have the authority It was we found out that it was our local authorities who had most of the power over our lives People like you and me Dan we say that every day on our shows and when we're out But it's another thing when it's suddenly glance right at your feet and you think that the people that you live with and next to want the same things you do and then you get into a crisis situation and you realize they don't They just want power They just want to exercise power over me So yeah people are like okay what's going on in D.C. is one thing But what's happening in my backyard is quite another And until I can fix what's going on with my children right where we live I'm not going to spend too much time sweating the big stuff Because Biden is the least honestly like Biden's the least of my worries right now As a pundit yeah I got a lot to say about him But as a parent who's trying to get a daughter through high school he is the least of my worries right now He's the least dangerous person to my daughter The dangerous people are sitting on our school boards right now and they don't want to let that power go And they're willing to do anything Dan the unions have someone that follows me around Someone follow me You have a tracker I have a tracker

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"russell" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"russell" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"More at UMG C EDU slash podcast. Certify to operate by chef. I wonder too how much of that Howard is a failure of us, the royal we, I guess. The media that, you know, a lot of what was written in the last few days about Bill Russell about his life and especially about the things he had to endure, I'm not sure how many NBA fans, especially of younger generations, were aware of everything he had to endure. Almost every story made note of coming home to find his home ransacked and feces spread in various places. I don't know that that has been written about explored disgust in the last 20 years of NBA coverage to the extent that it was in the last few days because now it's important at the end for us to note while Bill Russell wasn't just an incredible player but he's an incredible man and he was a Beacon for social justice and he did it at a time when the consequences and the risks were far, far greater than they are for today's athletes. And so then the details are almost cataloged. But I don't know that an NBA fan reading anything about Bill Russell or about his legacy over the last 20 or 30 years. How much of that would they have seen? I wonder how much of this is our failure? That's right. It's our failure, but also, you know, we have to think about who we are and where we are. It's always makes me, I don't know, I don't know how I feel. I don't know how it makes me feel, but I feel something. When you make the argument, why don't you know about what happened in the 60s or why don't you know what, you know, when you're admonishing this generation. And then I think about it, okay, I'm 53 years old. And when I was in high school, that's the equivalent when I graduated high school. That's the equivalent of looking at me and asking me why I didn't know about things from 1933. You know what I mean? It's just going to make sure we're asking today. If I'm asking today's high school senior, yeah. Exactly. It's the equivalent of saying, well, why didn't you know that? And so, of course, you don't know. I didn't know anything. I mean, now obviously the technology is different because more things have been preserved and you would think. But the actual time gap? Sure. Totally different. You know, the time gap is enormous, a lot of things have changed in 50 years. Most people don't know what happened last Tuesday. Never mind, why don't they know about the early age of the NBA?

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"russell" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"russell" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Migration, a nice bit of happenstance as I picked up the book that the first thing I found was, in fact, not just a basketball type, but a Bill Russell ty on the week that we are going to be speaking about Bill Russell, of course, who passed away on Sunday. He's right there. So I want to talk about that connection too, but let's start with the great column you wrote for ESPN this week. The headline of which was Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell deserves our reverence understanding and respect and like this, I felt like this summed it up perfectly because there's this assumption I think, especially when we talk about MBA legends, Hall of Famers, that they all must have been appreciated to respect it in their time, right? We don't think twice about whether Michael Jordan or magic or Kobe or Kevin Durant even Steph, who has been, you know, somewhat of a figure of a lot of debate. We don't worry in the contemporaneously, whether they're getting their due. Whether they got as the three words that you had in that headline, reverence understanding respect. But not always the case. And not the case for Bill Russell. To the extent that we've had a long time reflect on him before he died. And unfortunately it often happens that we don't speak about the full breadth of a person until they're gone. Did he get his his the reverence and respect and understanding that he earned at any point in his career or even post career? Well, I would actually like to go backward on this. I would go post career and then go back to career. I think he got more respect when he was playing and he got less respect this time went on. And I think part of the reason I'm going to go to places Howard on the my theory on this point number one is I just feel like there's no other sport like basketball where the actual physical game we were watching is more different than its early roots. Baseball, it's still the same wheel. I mean, the players are different. They're better in some ways. They're more athletic, you know, all those different things are there. Football, same thing. It's a more aerial game when you go out there and watch some of the old guys. It's not the same as watching the NFL. Same is true for hockey, of course. But basketball is the one where jumping Joel folks looks nothing like Kobe Bryant in terms of just the evolution of the game is so great. And what that does is that completely undermines the accomplishments of the older players. You go back and you go and how many times have we heard?

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"russell" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

05:02 min | 4 months ago

"russell" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

"As far as dealing with racism and being a champion. He became the first African American coach in any sport. Well, right? I mean, for two years, he was a player coach. John mccloud was actually hired by of all people, George Steinbrenner, in the American basketball league in 1961. John mccloud coached a treatment papers, and he ill fated AVL formed by apes sacristy, and a guy to hired him for the Cleveland pipers was George Steinbrenner. So Don MacLeod was the first, but that was a league that lasted a year and a half. And it was a challenge to the NBA that failed. But Russell became the first existing prominent major sports league black coach NFL, Major League Baseball. And I want to make sure that we set the record straight for John mccloud. Pioneer basketball history. And give George Steinbrenner credit, frankly, one of the, but when red tired Russ, it was the first time one of the major sports leagues. Right. Of any kind had hired a black person. And I didn't even hesitate. You know, it was a very obvious thing and a logical thing. And Russ and the first year out they don't win. And then they went to and Russ was the coach. I mean, it wasn't like red was pulling the strings. Trust me on that. No, no, no, no, no. It was Russell street and Russell Rea neck right next to you. Did he have to coach that? I mean, obviously you had a presence, but they had been together and it was sort of a Celtic way. Yeah, good veteran team. And what good enough in 67, that they weren't 68, as I said, I'll get Philly credit for kind of him being hurt, but you got veterans. How much that's coming into his prime. He's got such, he's got Nelly. He's got he's got Sam. He's got he doesn't have KC. He's got siggy. You know, he's got some players. And he's got himself. He's still playing. He saw himself. And let me tell you something. In 1969, after they finished fourth and east in a 14 Eastern Conference, and if championship team was Baltimore bullets who had a great season and they went up and they beat the 76ers and that was okay. Then they beat the next added to pusher and had to push them and read and Bradley and Barnett and he played. He afraid of him. 36 years old. Yeah, played me to beat him. And get there. That was an expected. That was, I mean, remember to see finished fourth.

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"russell" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

08:01 min | 4 months ago

"russell" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"When that was the coolest show on TV and he said how his daughter was actually impressed by him for the first time. That delighted him to no end. 11 NBA rings didn't make his daughter think he was cool. But a couple of SNL sketches did, he laughed and laughed, that famous Russell cackle filling the whole first floor. We talked about a revelation second wind has extraordinarily out of biography that Russell actually scouted the Celtics after joining them in 1956. Russell wanted to play to their strengths and cover their weaknesses. So he studied them during shooting drills and scrimmages. He built a mental filing cabinet that stored everything they could and couldn't do. And then determined how to boost them accordingly. It was his job to make them better. That's what he believed. To my surprise, Russell mentioned the 2012 superstar devouring his book and then stealing that specific concept and even thanking Russell for his help. Naturally I expected the player to be LeBron, Nash, Chris Paul, maybe Kevin Durant. Nope. Kobe Bryant. Really? I said incredulously. And that's how I learned that Bill Russell, basketball's greatest teammate ever, held a soft spot for Kobe Bryant. Someone who battled more coworkers over the years than Chevy Chase. Russell enjoyed Kobe's competitiveness. He loved his work ethic. He appreciated his respect for history. And over everything else, he was absolutely delighted that Kobe borrowed his scouting idea. No other player had ever mentioned it to him. Russell admitted their leadership styles were different. Proudly revealing that he never criticized a teammate publicly or privately. Not once. Not once in 13 years. What was the point? Everyone already knew Russell was their best player. Why undermine their confidence? How is that productive? Russell believed a basketball team only achieves its potential once everyone embraces their roles. The less thinking, the better. For example, early in his career, Russell asked bob cousy to find a specific spot on every rebound, about 25 feet away from the opponent's basket. On the left or right side. So Russell could snare the rebound, whirl around and throw koozie and outlet pass all in one motion. After a few months, koozie found the spot, they didn't think about it anymore. Shot spot rebound release go. The greatest fast break in basketball history was born. But that concept fails unless everyone embraces their role. That's the thing. Everyone has to understand the role. In Boston, koozie ran the break, Heinz and filled the land and crashed the boards. Bill sharman, Sam Jones, John havoc, they all handled the scoring. Casey Jones and satch Sanders, they handled the perimeter defense. Bill Russell Hannah, everything else. And the everything else varied from season to season, it even varied from playoff series to playoff series. Russell assessed with the team needed, and he tailored his game accordingly. That's what made him Bill Russell. All right, so how do you challenge teammates with that undermining them? Kobe was still trying to solve that question 15 years into his career. That's why I reached out to wrestle. But Russell had already given the answers in his autobiography, second wind. There's one enlightening section about Sam Jones. One of the NBA's first grade scoring guards, but someone who absolutely dreaded the burden of being great every night. And that drove wrestle crazy. Eventually he learned to accept that they just weren't wired the same way. Sam didn't puke before every big game. He didn't measure his own happiness solely by the success or failure of his team. But Sam happened to be a phenomenally gifted score. Someone who loved taking and making pressure shots, his laconic demeanor worked against him being a legendary player, but for huge moments, it was actually perfect. You could always go to Sam when it mattered. More often than that, Sam came through. Russell always understood Sam was Sam. He'd never bleed basketball like Jerry West did. He'd never obsess over every play like Oscar Robertson did. You are who you are. Bill Russell left Sam Jones alone. So that was one leadership example. When we were sitting in his kitchen in Seattle Russell told us another story after I asked how the Celtics won Russell's last two titles without having a real point guard. They didn't run the triangle offense, so how'd they do it? Going backwards, Russell became Boston's player coach before the 66 67 season, which ended unhappily. Will it sixers demolish this supposedly aging Celtics in the eastern finals? And even worse, during game 5, the deciding game Philly's crowd chanted. Boston is dead. Boston is dead. Boston is dead. The Chan echoed in Russell's ears all summer. After 8 straight titles, the man was not ready to be buried yet. He also wasn't ready to blow up his team, which goes back to what Pat Riley said in the first book of basketball podcast, right? This is hard. Russell wanted to play his best 5 as much as possible. So we asked Larry siegfried to replace the retiring Casey Jones at point guard. One problem. Siegfried was an point guard. This was like asking Gordon Hayward to replace Kyrie Irving. It did not make a ton of sense in 1967. But Russell wasn't hoping for a koozie impression, just someone to dribble from point a to point B call plays start their offense. That's it. Siegfried resisted. He didn't want the added responsibility nor did he want to chase faster players around. Russell gently insisted. No thanks, Larry siegfried said. While the modern solution would be dealing siegfried away, but the Celtics never traded back then. Why? Our back believed that continuity was their single biggest advantage other than Bill Russell. The Celtics only swung one real trade in Russell's 13 years. Mel counts for Bailey Howell. That's it. Amazing but true. So Russell kept cajoling siegfried, never threatening. I'm just appealing to him as a friend. Siegfried relented, but after a few weeks, he decided he didn't like it. He didn't want to play poor anymore. So did the same dance again. And Russell Warren down again. He made it clear this was siegfried's best chance to play. He didn't threaten him. He just laid out the landscape. He said, we have me have a check, Sam, Bailey. All of us need to play. This is your best way to get minutes, Larry. He broke them. And yeah, the Celtics won those last two titles with a shooting guard, bringing up the ball. So much for Boston being dead. As Russell was telling the siegfried story, I couldn't help but wonder how Kobe would have handled it. My Hall of Fame pyramid has 15 guys who rose above everyone else. Jordan, LeBron, Russell, Kareem, magic and bird, will Duncan, Kobe and west, Oscar, Hakeem, Shaq and Moses, and Durant. You would have loved playing with ten of those guys. The other 5? Maybe not. No gray player was more selfish than wilt. Someone who genuinely believed that the best situation for world Chamberlain doubled as the best situation for world's team. Nobody was moodier or more loose than Kareem, a brilliant recluse who couldn't connect with anyone until magic and Riley came along. Nobody was more demanding than Oscar, the league's smartest player, the Russell, but someone who talked down to teammates polluted their mistakes. Left them walking on eggshells. Of course, Oscar was a picnic compared to Jordan. A withering, over competitive bully at times. And if you couldn't handle it, you simply needed to find another team. Meanwhile, Kobe tried to evolve into a withering over competitive bully at times. If only because his idol once acted that way, Russell was different, his battles were always internal. And they never affected his teammates. That's why he's the greatest teammate ever, but he's also the most self aware player ever too. During our second day in Seattle, I asked him why he ultimately stopped playing and the answer was simple. He didn't

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"russell" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"russell" Discussed on Revision Path

"27 plus paid holidays to all of our team members. As a matter of their part time or not, if we just went through the holidays today or yesterday, they get two weeks off at the end of the year. I'm like, I'm paying them for two weeks. But you know, we want them. And that's on top of their PCO too. They get two weeks PTO on top of the 27 holidays. And for us, and then they still have the good at done model. So if they want to travel somewhere and work three days and then be off for two days, then they only use two days PTO, you know? And so for us, we really just want them to have a reason to be with us, right? And that do good work motto is really what it's all about is that we want them to do good work, but we have to do good work by them. And we have to treat them fairly. We have to give them a reasonable salary. I can't compete with the googles and the apples and these people who are throwing stupid money at all these people. I can't compete with that. We're a small business, right? But what I can say is I can give you a work life balance that's fair, treat you like a human being, you're going to speak with another human being, right? So who's also a father who's also a husband who's also an educator, you know, who's going to understand what you're going through. And we're going to make a compromise. If you've got to take some days off, let's figure out what it's going to work, you know? If something's got to be moved around, let's figure out how to make it work. So that way you can be efficient. And we can be efficient. With studios though, I mean, of course, clearly you're doing a ton of great work, but you also do a lot of community work as well. And one organization that you work with is one that our listeners, I'm sure know about they're probably members of it, and that's a AGD, which is African American graphic designers. Tell me about that. How did you get involved with them? So it's funny. So Owen Hammond's had kind of twisted arms. So I'm a designer. I'm not an artist. I make that very, very clear. I don't express myself through art or at least through design, right? I don't. I doodle, I do some things that to be creative, but I'm not an artist. But Owen kind of put me up to this challenge. They were doing gallery thing at saint Ed's and he kind of said, hey, you know, Russell wants to participate. And like I said, he's a mentor of mine, so anything he asked me to do, imma say yes..

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"russell" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:45 min | 8 months ago

"russell" Discussed on Revision Path

"Inspires them as creative individuals. Here's your host, Maurice cherry. Hello everybody and welcome to revision path. Thank you so much for tuning in. I'm your host Maurice cherry. This week I'm talking with Russell toys. Russell is a design educator and entrepreneur and the founder and creative director at studio Zoe in Austin, Texas. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Russell toys and I am the creative director at an owner at studio Zoe. I'm also a design educator. I teach portfolio design Austin community college, and I am a quorum member of AGD, which is African American graphic designers. And I'm a mentor to a lot of either previous students or folks that wish they were a student of mine. Nice. I'm also a dad and a husband, but those things, those are all day every day. And those are some of the best things that I do. We'll see. What you should ask them. How's 2022 been going so far? 2022 has been good. We're actually really excited 2021 was a banner year for us. And 2022 is exactly the same. Our books are full. And the work just keeps coming in and we have a good team. We had a little bit of an upset in 2021 where we had some folks get what's that bug that they caught. The great resignation. Some of them got some of that, you know? And so that left us in a little bit of bind. So we had two new team members start in January. And so we're still training them. So it's a little challenging with that with some new team members, but 2022 is starting out great for us. Is there anything in particular that you really want to try to accomplish this year? Do you know really we have a good processes, but I always want to get right and tight, right? So I really, really am looking at how do we streamline our business. My goal, with the pandemic, we're really before pandemic we had a studio on east 6th street and it was great. We were there for like three or four years and we just moved into a new place. We did a $10,000 build out..

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"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Agree trying to achieve equality with the annihilation of calgary no successful. That's exactly right. In this era where it turns out we were never fucking beneath the surface of people with meyer of ideas that the finance on the street retold. Welcome to russell brand and did this. Do you accept. Then the in terms of any kind of political fulfillment and by that. I mean the ability to live in a community. That's representative of your values and to express yourself as an individual as you want to that you'd have to to some degree separate yourself and your community from the centralized structures and if as you seem to be suggesting she talked about over co peace or at least used that phrase and and does that indicate that perhaps the future for politics is beyond the centralization models and almost all you sympathetic towards people that say. What difference does it make this theater of the you know of this. Bypass anthea titian. We evolve building. These models were kind of create iran. Disease go representative. Democracy was more relevant. I i'm worried that we're drifting into hyper partisanship. You know i think decentralisation is always the way to go. there's gotta be some central kind of agreement. Maybe overarching constitution. Perhaps it's a way to put it where we're like okay. So these are these are the rules. We're going to use to engage with each other but we disagree. So i that's why the. Us is actually a great the states the cities the localities h have their own implementation own version. But it's it's it's hyper centralizing and the problem is you can look at it with media the more we we lose local media in the united states because they can't sustain themselves in this new attention economy. We see the rise of the new york times building a massive subscription platform. We said the washington post the wall street journal and then what happens is for the average american. They're hearing about national issues and less local issues now for one. This can breed corruption at a local level. Which the local levels where it's at the federal levels is often in my opinion. A distraction for for a lot of reasons but then you end up with corruption at the local level you end up with people disassociated from their own communities. And then you end up with hyper polarization and centralization. So the fear. I have with this. Is you know you you. You take a look at when. Joe joe biden came out a few months ago and said that we may need to have more more lockdowns more restrictions. This was at a time. When texas and florida had been releasing their lockdowns they've been easing the restrictions and mandates and all that stuff and so when joe biden comes out and he speaks saying those things. He's clearly not talking to red states. And so now you you already have it situation. Wherever the past year many things like half of republicans don't view joe biden as legitimate and a third thing that he didn't even win the election and so these people are already feeling like they're not a part of the system when the president comes out and speaks in a way that very much speaks only one side of the country. The centralization is giving way to a splitting down the middle of some sort. I don't know ultimately what it would look like. But that's what happens when you go from decentralized communities with a weak central structure where they can communicate to centralizing everything and then factionalising. I think the whole system is going to implode on itself. And i think it's a lot to do with the internet and think it has a lot to do with social media and the attention economy. I don't know what the solutions are to be honest. You know people right to free speech. You used to like say more Thank you you used to say. More frequently is arma where the the felt that. I think guessing the fun days trump america was on the brink of some kind of civil war. And i still do the. Yeah there's a. But there's been polling data that i think may evolve that opinion notably there was a yougov data that show. I think it was yougov that there's five regions in the united states. There's the northeastern this the southern. There's the heartland. There's the the west in the mountain regions and in each region. There was a large plurality of people who wanted to secede from the union and form their own regional governments essentially if you if you normalized for population and each each state. I did the math. You end up with thirty seven point two percent of the us population wanting the country to break apart. That's that's that's massive Because opposition to of a balkanisation of the united states is comparable. It's in it's in the third range so you have about a third of people who are like i don't care you have a little bit over a third saying shut down and you have about a third saying no no keep it as it is and so when it comes to the yes or no. Vote the people who abstain abstain. And then you'll get what fifty fifty so. I don't exactly know what it would look like. I think people have this misconception. About what civil war really means. And they also don't take into account that we're in what's referred to as fourth and fifth generational era of warfare We don't necessarily use connecticut force to win wars. We use psychological operations propaganda manipulation and so Depending on how you wanted to find it look we had a guy gets shot in the chest by anti-fascists after a trump rally in portland. We just had a shoot out in portland just a couple of days ago. It may the connecticut aspect of any kind of civil conflict. May keep itself constraints to these left and right skirmishes in various cities that i it simmer down a little bit. We're in kind of a low year because politics you know. We just got up for presidential election. But i mean you look now with the Cyber symposium and i see a cat and and we we have the audits in arizona. You know. I just talked with steve bannon the other day. And he's talking about audits in georgia and wisconsin and michigan and all these states. This is persistent. these people aren't backing down. They don't view biden as the real president. And so if you have that rising sentiment i'm not saying that we're gonna see What one thing. Bill maher said was that there couldn't be a civil war because the mason dixon line would go through grandma's kitchen and a reference to the line that divided the north north and south. But i think that's Americans have this issue where we view..

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"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Of his neurological actively trying to achieve equality with the annihilation of calgary not successful. That's exactly right in this era where it turns out we were never the boss. What's beneath the surface of people with of the ideas that the finance on welcome to russell brand under this. Yes could just take a little time to unpack that thing about the right left hemisphere difference without going into masters of detail effectively because the left hemisphere pays very narrow beam attention to detail that has taken its interest and because the right hemisphere meanwhile is sustaining. The whole picture is vigilant and oath. You get two kinds of pictures of the world from the very narrow beam. One legit flitting from this detail to that detail to the other. You get a vision of the world in which what it finds are lots of disconnected fragments. Asa mystic de contextualized That may be put into categories in an attempt to understand she try and put them together to make meaning out to them. There are other and they're really more or less like symbols of real experience at the kind of very pale limitations. If i may put it that way of what real what you call animalistic embodied experience is which is the great thing we have while we're alive as we have this rich way of sort of understanding reality through not just a mental scheme but through a whole embodied existence emotions intellect and spirit together with the body so you get that picture in the left hemisphere and look the right is you could completely different picture. Which is that. Nothing ultimately can be disconnected from anything. Everything is connected. We just mean to say that they will lapses into one big moosh. It's much more connected to the things immediately in the context of it. So you know we're connected with one another talking right now in. This room is very connected to me. But further out and beyond everything connects. And what's more all those things are constantly changing. They can't depend down for session because they just can't be fixed and made if they were dead. If you stick a pin in it in the left hemisphere would like take a snapshot there. Got it right this story. It's already changed. So the right hemisphere has a vision of the world which seems to be no constantly coming into being in the coming into being known then not fixed and dead certain aspects of the world like the light left hemisphere makes late just counters in the game of knowledge and right hemisphere sees it everything. Everything is actually unique. I mean it's a good shorthand to say you know table is a table but actually every table is different. Every human being is different and so there is nothing in which we actually completely equal to one another. We're all quite different. Which is great. At the same time we have commonalities. You know we will human beings which is another good thing so it's finding away between a picture of the world which is rich with meaning understands implicit. Meaning all those things that are implicit are understood by the right hemisphere. If it's not explicit left hemisphere tends not to get it so it doesn't get jokes really. It doesn't get premiums really. It doesn't get music really. The right hemisphere is much better all that stuff that give rich johnston meaning to life. She got two distinct visions of the world. There but what i try to get away shop is the idea that the right hemisphere is the only good one. Somehow you get rid of the left because the left time it's tells us something it tells us something quite important which needs to be combined with. What the right hemisphere tells us but not an unequal way because the right hemisphere sees more in my modern design ministry. The title of the two thousand nine books The right hemispheres the mustache and must be the most oath left. The left hemisphere wants to be the most wants to d- threaten the mouse and it thinks it knows and that is simply because it knows less. The lesson knows the more thing should not have the right hemisphere. Doesn't think he knows everything. It's aware of the need for what the left hemisphere tells it in the in the story of the master embassy the muster point symmetry so evolutionary the let the right hemisphere has said the left hemisphere. You gonna do this kind of work for us. It'll help very much. Create a map of things. It will be very good for strategic things being able to grab stuff grabbed food. Grab territory get one over on other people. And meanwhile right hennessy is being holding the thing together and saying this is the world you know. Understand it now so it helps us understand. The left hemisphere helps us manipulate in a different way. Just like a map doesn't contain the meaning that's in the world has mapped so i am reaching somewhere. I think what i think we need is the divisional tendency of the left hemisphere and the unifying tendency of the right hemisphere to be unified in other words we need something that differentiates and something that brings back to the whole but we need both of them to be together ho so we don't want i'm you know an either or which is what the left hemisphere goes were and we don't need only both hand as the right hemisphere goes for. We need boasts an either or end of both end. Cool for some things. Yes these are them. I thought about moses and aaron in the old testament like that the prophet is a severally has to be diaphanous poorest to receive the to access the unknowable where and there needs to be a pragmatist..

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"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Also during the pandemic founded meals from our lower service to provide meals to help frontline and key workers they did a hundred thousand meals. I We will do this. We'll give you a free of this conversation. Carriages brilliant person. It releases is talking about how to make it in this world and how to how you can make success of your life and imagine you have. Tommy unfolded organically really that. He wasn't a wildly ambitious man but he's he's ambitious actually but it wasn't like he was wasn't ruthlessly pursuing fame and glory and money but so for his dedication to his passionate cooking he became accessible person. I think it's a great upset for anybody who's interested in realizing their dreams so this have a little listen to this segment where we talk about. He's he's philanthropic work. They're making those meals for folk in the posh town of marla any threat. Marcus rash rash furred we took about. How the marcus rash fink. I'm is marks. Russia's new england the monday night football those overseas he is and Yeah this is. I think is to social media took about coach sanchez. Lovely paver champ. Now under the skin is from forecast. Please leave a review. That really helps us. And i will read out good ones. Please only do five stars and do multiple five stars from various different accounts so eventually thousands and thousands of five star reviews is the. I'm the end point. Game trying to achieve a quality with the annihilation of calgary no successful. That's exactly right in this era where it turns out. We were never beneath the surface of people with of the ideas that the finance on street retold welcome to russell brand and this game. That's pretty amazing. What do they with. A frontline workers as powerful and the marcus rash stuff. He's really added you. How did you out that know. Manchester united fan and stuff. How did he come about like people. Be aware of marcus. Russia to kids in poverty and kids get enough food and stuff like that. How did you help. Turn turn the attention to practical solutions around that. We so on par aslan natural food strategy which is kind of like a great big strategy. That's being written this part. One paul Released like the but been written by henry dimbleby. Who is the founder of lille. And he's staying kind of asked by the government it's not it's a space but it is a strategy of working..

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"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"My own life. I assert that control trying to appeal to kind of an idea of how i as a man must behave and how is a man must bay and while the permit areas where i can be flowing lucid flamboyant in where it's permitted and where isn't and i think there's a great deal of truth in what you're saying. Well i think you're exactly right. We're trained being control. Control your emotions. What do we start doing to children when they started their teenagers. Hey control of your life being control of everything and you're right. We actually have this domination of ego that actually controls very systems in our body that are endogenous. They should be able to pulse eight. Naturally we should every day cry if if that if we get over stimulated and that's how the body chooses to relate. We often laugh which is nervous laughter. Because that's an acceptable sort of discharge. But we should actually have this beautiful pulse. Ation the thing russell. It's really interesting to me as i think living in. This human organism is actually supposed to be a pleasurable experience for. We're supposed to actually enjoy and feel it and be curious about it or consciousness is supposed to say. Wow this is interesting and very few people ever experienced pleasure living in their bodies you. Yeah it's a real shame. Man that the kind of puritanism and then the various forms of oppression and control and so you began to consider this method when you witnessed and experienced the natural response of those children. When you wanna bump shows how did you how did you begin to explore how this could be applied. And how did you further underwrite that this could be a method. That will be extrapolated. If you're enjoying this conversation join me over luminary on apple. Podcast of the rest of our discussion. And for all the lace episodes of under the skin..

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"russell" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"He sees does all goes to these this round where there's like shadow people. You know the shadow people. I don't know if any of you ever watched that movie Tv series on. Cbs called evil. Yeah did that was creepy. Man that was creepy show. Yeah you can see the season one on net flicks and if you're into the paranormal definitely should Brian you should. You should watch because it does a lot about sleep browse. Isn't it honest to god journey. I couldn't watch. I watch two or three shows. Iniquitous god so gruesome. I couldn't deal with it. No more and i quit watson while the very first now i definitely have to watch them. No the like you should. The first couple episodes irs asleep this woman's paralysed. She has sleep paralysis and she sees evil creature in her room and he mocks her. And that's exactly what happens when you're when you're in the state asleep rouse is when you see things in there you are mocked. They'd mock you whatever it is the entities in the room. They actually mock you if anybody is in watching the live on facebook and you have a question for brian definitely Put your comment or question in the chat will love to you. Know spouted out to bryne shelf. You have one long movie soft. Check it out now. Yeah you evil is is is so because it's so close to reality because they deal with the catholic church and the double and satan and how all this conflict going on and the evil The i guess he's they're damon's in there and basically the sleep. I call him sleep david's because they're deemed to me some people who think they were abducted will think but they're alien or et's Yeah getting culture. Kind of puts their own little spin on the experience asleep gross. Yeah and i notice a lot of people. Like i go on different Forms and on riddick and on facebook the alien research eighteen stuff a lot of people with the sightings are seeing having more these these experiences where they think that there are there in asleep across state. But they're not think they're thinking it's more Alien like they're communicating with them or something that they think they're the chosen ones and they're you know they're having this conversation with An ester jurisco on you guys remember when the ask star command. Do you do not strong bryan. Have you ever heard of that Gimme a little more detail. Maybe fears these People there's a spacecraft in our solar system that has these they're called ask their called Jason what is it astor. Ask me and they're like there's a lot it is very tongue twisting these these humanoids. They look like us They're mostly tall very good looking on. Most of them have blonde hair. Blue eyes and they are in communication with the satellite swedish people. Sort of the vikings. Yeah they're in communication with ume is only a certain like there's only a few selected people and now that they're having they truly believe that.

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"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Different mood now change. I'm no longer the person that i was before you close that window so i will. I will convey our mutual complaints in triplicate. To said leave blow to you know pointing in blowing those leaves but there it is. I mean the leaf blower ridiculous. Anyway i'm going to become a leaf blower bloviating if you set me going on that woman. Angry man. I am verge dumb four-by-fours what's happening to is combustion engine. Yeah i'm really interested to hear you on this russell. I mean you think he's still a great about these things. I don't know i i think if i had to kind of prints out the dispirit tragedy business card it would probably say something like miss miss mystical materialist which is to say as as we discuss some kind of uttley fascinated by by how little we know by by Material wealth is forever. Astonishing us with its with its stock. Let's let's put that with the extensive. Its of its of its secrets. And we might take the example of the world wide web and the microphone network you discussed with rights bat in the book. Western science discovered that through the work honoring which season some out of that courtroom a century ago indigenous cultures of no bacteria. They've been self evidence than the trees talk to each other and have session networks for thousands of years Dot mata- your knowledge of that is a century-old but but really we we know nothing of it. So i think this is these. You know this arrogant species that one does holding up a little flickering typer inside this immense cave and and think we can say at all when in fact we only illuminate little patch on the on the wool. And then we and then we arrogantly where he bristol From that so mystic in the sense that i cherish ignorance. Because i see it as a as as kind of impulse ready and that if i- miracles in the in the made world given world What what what about you particularly thinking about it. In relation to nature in the natural world. I think about in relation specifically book and i know that so of like melon has being explicit about an irritation that i recognize in the rush to sort of mystify or claim on behalf of mystery or some new perhaps crystal encrusted justic stinking dogma. Like oh look see. We told you that the double-blind experiment leads to this. And like you said that you could have. Yeah yeah you could draw the idea that there are mava trees but that's essential of anthropomorphic clumsy and agenda lead but what what i kept. Why found in your book like an. I suppose what excited me was like wherever your relationships with of the characters in there like that couple you know the ilia wherever it was or or merlin. That woman in paris and i felt i played really interesting games woman in a wedding dress with the mops in paris subsidize. This even really happening was trying to think about so as a writer the kind of liberties that you may have taken and what you might find the time line and stuff like that and like you have to. You're obligated to make sense of certain things as a writer with the kind of what's the requirements of the discipline. I suppose but the thing that of touched me on a kind of i suppose on us over religious level is the ongoing almost involuntary and not to diminish what you've achieved as a writer. How could i after those quotes but like i. It seemed like this effortless correlative between mystery and the practical between the material and the mystery. And perhaps most. Gosh we'd were to use in this context but most obviously in that sort of extraordinary story about the study of weakly interacting massive particles and let you know i i told her that too few friends afterwards and like if that is immaterial physical reality. That's happening completely imperceptibly that we like you said we're living in a kind of virtual oblivion and the that which can only be detected will have to necessarily become a part of our ethos if what we're going to wait for is for everything to be. Rationalized measured materialized. I feel like i know where the momentum of that idea is taking us. I feel where i know. Where rationalism is taking materialism consumer consumers individualism. If that that we're going to have to evoke once more mystery and in your example of the oracles and the reading of the vapors and of course that is delightfully analysis to the geological studies. That use aside for me. Is this continual attempt to saw oven. Squeeze the mystery through the toothpaste. Tube of rationalism is part of the problem there is that we think that because of the the hubris that i associate with materialism and rationalism at least in terms of its practice and in terms of its results. I feel that there needs to be a kind of a surrender to nature. I kind of reverence for the the poetics. There is discovered in an endeavour such as yours. The this is exactly like going within. Wow that's indistinguishable from that myth. How will these patterns can. Why are these pans continually array in again and again. Why is that happening. And to an in our attempts to understand it necessarily everett activism. And in that. I think we we lose the thing. That is most beautiful and most necessary..

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"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Extract from mccomb session. we're trying to achieve equality with the annihilation of calgary. He's not successful. That's exactly right in this era where turns out we were never. What's beneath the surface of people have of the ideas that the finance on trip. Welcome to russell brand and this is interesting. What you're saying everything is saying is already go so many questions one is that you could assume that the function of a culture might be to help us deal with truth to present us with truths and help us to process them culturally and paps presumably resolve that term community but it seems that actually why coach functions is to distract you from truth to prevent you from realizing truth for example around mortality the hopelessness of aspirations. That you're attempting to resolve fruit. You know commem- self beautification acquisition south like. That coach can't ever allow you to arrive there. That kind of despair often arrives when people have personal crisis. You know people on their deathbed. Don't say overshot spent more time acquiring goods. People aren't having near death experiences where they realized that they should have spent more money on so face cream or wherever in. What mostly realizing is that. Truth is something that's being somewhat concealed from us. That cold war thing to make that you said about. I remember like i grew up. I recommend probably a couple years old in the. Us my guest unlike. I grew up at tom. The that was still really learning about like their nuclear like the potential of new nuclear armageddon. And someone wants it to me in a sense. What does it matter if there's an a an apocalypse because there is for each of us anyway wherever why does it seem to have more impact on news individual knowing that what. You're confronted these over global annihilation roth than local personal annihilation. What's the difference then and thing that struck me is when you said about like you know about reality that sometimes. When i was young. I would think about violence that somehow like a violent confrontation strips. Away all of the various embassies that we voluntarily or otherwise live behind. And if someone says i'm going to kill you or punches you in the face like now you all. Oh fuck yeah stuff like that can just happen like it doesn't matter the i've learned these things. Where is it now. Yeah you're exactly right. And and the the doomsday. Preparations are survivalists. That i've been spending years living with have you know they. They explained to me that in some sense they were looking forward to disaster because it ruptures the illusion the bunker you know whether you think about that as a physical space or a kind of metaphor Is is is a space for recreation. It's a space of rebirth. Essentially right i mean if you if you don't emerge from the bunker it's the tomb So so the so the bunker is a space of rebirth. But it's also a space of control and because so many aspects of our lives now are not within our control. i think that that's something that people seek. you know. They want to create a space where they know they can control the parameters of their existence and that moment of being in the bunker. You know surrounded by the things that you've put together self sufficient cut off from. The world is precisely akin to that moment of violence that you're describing right. It's it's a moment of radical confrontation with our existence. You know that where we're the veneer has been stripped away and we're back to the basics and i think you know. A lot of us crave that on some level also because you know society and civilization originally was built upon premise of of mutual understanding of cooperation of human connection connection with the natural world. Right and that now has been included by these these social economic and political structures. That are are fundamentally unsatisfying on some level and so what many of the prep told me was that the disaster is a moment for rebirth for recreation for reconnection. And so i mean. Strangely there isn't anxiety their underlying things. But there's also a hopefulness that win the disaster comes. It's it's a moment for us to confront ourselves and potentially to rebuild the world and this is a perfect moment to be talking to you because you know we're in that moment now i mean we. We have an opportunity to reshape things after going through a global disaster that killed wet four million people now We have a moment to build a different kind of world. Whether we're gonna rise up to that challenge you know. I'm not sure but it's certainly a time of change. And that's exactly what these prep had been telling me long before the pandemic it hit cool few things that bradley won the cave the banca of christ you know and like the moment in the. That's so cool like before rebirth and also think of the cali energy in hinduism like the destroyer that things have to be destroyed that we may be reborn reborn and of course most myths have that idea. In agriculture itself requires a kind of death and burial for new crops that grow and stuff and make this idea is uh survivalist a homogeneous sort of group or is there a little variety because when you just said that thing about the four million my assumption this is my assumption survival of the or anything like as much as you do only know of seeing documentaries and stuff like my assumption be..

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"russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"He has a lot of books The woman the book of women. Oh jane okay. Oh celebrating. The female spirit Tantura awareness courage. He has a lot of good. He was so young in that documentary. Which joy wow. Here's a lot remember. We learned in that that he was so young in that documentary he was yes he died at fifty seven or something crazy i can. Yes years after. He left oregon. Let me look. When he died he was all. You can do some fast on okay. He was born in nineteen thirty one and then he died in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Okay so fifty nine and he had been back in india for a while so that means during that documentaries about fifty or sixty eight sixty eight what nine hundred sixty eight that happened the poisoning in the the movement. Do you know anyone to oregon. That began it began in india in nineteen sixty eight and try to find when he went to orient teen. Eighty one. eighty one okay. I mean he looks young here. The problem is his so much white beard Oh we discussed this. The other day people with beards are very serious. 'cause you can't really smile with the beard on. Will they have the mass. They've been wearing a mass. Yeah that's kind of funny to you. Because i think you while i this is. This is a bad gas. But i'm not gonna say it anyways. I'd imagine if you graft people with beards against people who didn't wear masks. Oh bet there's a high correlation you think people with beards. Don't wanna wear masks really. I would think they'd be fine with it. Because they're used to having stuff all over their face the point i was going to make it really. You can't stand a mask. You're wearing a masks. Oh okay you are. You've taken it to another level where you're mad at them three or four steps. My god ramona mad at anyone. But it's like russell brand. Oh no i lost you. I went so fast. Because i had a face mask on and it was acting as a beard. I realized it made me serious. You do they. They must sell face masks with beard graphics. Bq i'm sure that exists ennio. That's really it. Well the other thing is i want you to tell me your mantra. Oh of course you do fills me that. I don't know anyone's mantra. Yeah i did. I want to say david walton. His buddies said fuck it and they all told each other they told you. Oh yeah yeah yeah. He told you..

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"russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Mr told me in preparation for one of these trips. Hung with a regional focus. Stralia the in that community by have free was for brain. One is the belly brain. One is the heart brain and the other one the one that we all live in the whole time. This reminds brain is the same what they used for tangles fishing. That is the same word they use. Oh yeah we have this intelligence and this intelligence is fantastic for understanding material analyzing material creating technology. It ain't so good for organizing the ethics and morality underwrite coaches for deciding. War should be the priorities of culture. These again sesame street ethics in the half the belly underused a mind for the organization that logistics necessary evil every step and at this point when. Ufo's are being revealed to be real this time time to open their minds to new paradigm. Oh god this was a blast time so everyone go to audible. Please go to audible and enjoy revelation. A which you. I can only assume narrate yourself. We're going to hear you. Could you imagine the worst person. I could have well. We're both friends with sam harris. It'd be really funny to hear. Sam harris narrate your thought. I think he would get free. One-sentence true that's not true. It's ridiculous the course lowest talker in your the fastest dogar brussels such a player in the pot in the podcast under the skin. I sent man under the skin on luminary. Don thank you yeah. It's been a pleasure. My wife says hi. Give him my love and gratitude and appreciation. Yes she was so fantastic and so cool and so lovely like even all these years ago. I just remember her so positively. You could have snatched her up. I got hours after that. Well i mean ultimately it seems. It works out for disease. Feel a is pain when asked all right russell. What a pleasure man. Good luck with everything. We'll talk to you. Thanks.

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"russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm dax shepard. I'm joined by monica pad man. Okay so people like duchess duluth. They want it to be minister of mice instead of secretary mice which i understand why. They think that they don't know yet. Earmark that for the listeners that it'll feel better at some point. Yeah okay russell. Brand what an incredibly well-spoken human being. Oh my god. His brain is moving so fast. It's mary admirable. You'd be the fastest. I'll say the fastest heard anyone. speak with. Such command articulate and brilliant at times as we discuss in the fact check almost impossible for us to keep up. Yeah but it's funny because it's not just that he's like saying random words and it all makes. Perfect sense is very cohesive. The clarity is impeccable. I just like can't relate it all to having that ability and not make any mistakes. He never gets lost. You know. it's amazing finds his way right back to that cookie crumb trail who i love cookies. You do. i've never recommended that people. Listen to this podcast at a different speed. I want them to listen to it at one point now right if you want to back it down two point seven five point five on this one you do that. Yeah yeah you can go slow. Oh now we're gonna sound awful. Yeah we'll sound terrible but our guests will really be shining a bet at half speed talking about what we speak at our quickest. Yeah but also you want to hear him as he is that's true it's something to behold now of course russell brand came to my from forgetting sarah marshall. He was made love to my wife very elegant fashion. You're really respectable way. And he was also in of course. Get him to the.

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"russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

40 Going On 14

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

"It's a basset hound a fox and they're gonna be buddies and it's gonna be great and then at the end i'm crying and i want to kill myself. Yup back then old yeller off. This is an old yeller. Well because old yeller didn't talk right. It wasn't nearly as cute. Yeah so more than that really a fox doubtful little. We've already been. We've been through this already. I just said. I like old. Yeller affected me because you were fifty when it came out. What about that affect you. That poor dog. Poor cujo forego cuts who a year later now out of all of them. This holds the top spot for me really yeah. Rj mccreevy. they. I think i have a tie between this one on another one from my top spot. Okay well let's not. We'll do top three at the end. So i know where you're going. I just realized what was eighty six all. I thought that was seven day. Anyway go ahead. Tell us about this. Because i i well. I'm going to disagree a little bit but go ahead The thing is. It's an a remake of a nineteen fifties movie called. It came from outer space and this one is the alien instead of being a big guy in the suit. Virus harry carrot. Yeah he did. He looked like it was a giant. Harry carey came down. The is effort into building. Harry who really how would you do. What the hell did you turn it. I don't know like area irian. Iota had a kid and they went. And i told him i had done back to him. Alan what the heck is going on. I was trying to will ferrell's impression of harry carey and i know what you're trying to do and now i do it. It comes out as bill cosby every time. So if mood eight copa the long way to go for that thing. We edit that out and it was the thing. I'm another planet. i believe. it was the fifties version. Was the thing from another planet. That's the thing with kurt. Russell and wilford birmingham keep david an yes and peter. Maloney donald moffitt. And there's okay. But i really like his character in this one. I mean ed's Has this. i'm only doing what i need to do. Type attitude in this thing. And i really like. Rj mccreevy. I think he's a great character for this. I think he wants again. Jump feet first into it. You know in the he a hero out of desperation. I'm not a hero. Because i'm a hero type character and i yeah and i remember my parents going. We you know we got dropped off at the grandparents house and they my mom and my dad went to go see this.

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