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Fresh update on "russell" discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"And he had a beautiful throw. It was a good play design too. They had like Logan Thomas run over in the middle and they had another layer right behind him and it was just interesting route where the receiver was like 15 yards downfield before the safeties, but behind the linebackers and Taylor Heineken through a perfect ball up and over the linebackers. It's little stuff like that. And then the times where he's he avoided a couple sacks, like he made people miss in the backfield and throw the ball for a first down or run around. I just think Taylor heinecke is playing high level football and like nowhere near the best quarterback handle, not even close, but as far as for Washington, he's kind of doing the best they could get right now. And I think there's a chance that Washington will stick with him even after this year. Now. Russell Wilson. I think a lot of people are thinking and wondering, what's going on? Why is Russ having a hard time? And it won't show in the stat line. The Stalin's actually pretty good. He has like 20 for 31 passing 200 something yards, two touchdowns, like the stat line for Russ was not terrible. He had an awesome touchdown to 15 seconds left. We'll get into that in a moment. But Russ should have had two interceptions, one on a slant, one that got dropped later, they were dropped by Washington. He was also missing guys open, he had to throw it went way over Gerald Everett's head, and I've never seen a miss that badly actually when he's trying to hit someone open. He had to throw away forcing an EK Mac off and had a guy sitting like 15 yards wide open down the middle of the field. Repeatedly, I saw Russell Wilson make bad decisions, like no other way to put it. He's just throwing the ball to the wrong spot over and over again. And I don't think anything is wrong with Russ exactly. But you got to remember he's playing on a bad team. And what you're seeing when you watch Russell Wilson's struggle, like he did on Monday night. And struggles like maybe a bit strong there, but make some bad decisions. And if I've been watching Russell Wilson for years, one of the worst games he's played recently as far as decision making won't show up on the stat line, but like you're seeing what happened to Carson Wentz actually last year with the eagles, where when you have a bad team around you and you don't have a lot of help you end up forcing throws into coverage and feeling like the entire franchise is on his shoulders and Seattle. And you can see he's feeling the weight of that. And he's trying to be Superman and it's not working. Seattle's three and 8. And I've been saying for years that they need to support Russell Wilson their Hall of Fame level quarterback. And I feel like no one in Seattle is going to listen to me, but their fan base hasn't listened to me either..
Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row
"JD JD McKissic McKissic scored scored twice twice while while Taylor Taylor Heinicke Heinicke threw threw for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards and and a a score score as as the the Washington Washington football football team team won won their their third third straight straight with with the the seventeen seventeen fifteen fifteen win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks make make kids kids a a college college ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass in in the the also also on on a a ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown run run the the football football team team improved improved to to five five and and six six and and is is now now in in the the NFC NFC playoff playoff picture picture Heinecke Heinecke says says it's it's been been a a collective collective effort effort I I really really starts starts those those guys guys up up front front offensively offensively office office of of line line if if they they don't don't get get a a lot lot of of credit credit but but let's let's let let these these last last three three weeks weeks have have been been phenomenal phenomenal Russell Russell Wilson Wilson led led the the Seahawks Seahawks on on a a ninety ninety six six yard yard drive drive late late hitting hitting Freddie Freddie Swain Swain with with a a thirty thirty two two yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass but but Wilson's Wilson's two two point point conversion conversion pass pass was was intercepted intercepted by by Kendall Kendall fuller fuller Greg Greg heist heist Landover Landover Maryland Maryland
Fresh update on "russell" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"What Brooklyn wouldn't play him for an entire playoffs when they didn't have a center. Like nearly, we should get Deandre. He'll help us. I don't get it. Wise, don't be surprised. If after next year when Lebrons Lakers contract is over, he finishes his career in Cleveland. I'm ready for it. I can't wait. I'm gonna be texting you the moment happens. Last thing, I have a league pass crush. It's a team that plays in Minnesota. They're kind of a train wreck at times. Yeah. They employed D'angelo Russell who I think would be the single least fun person to play basketball with. I feel bad for his teammates constantly. Sometimes he's good. But I'm fascinated by Anthony Edwards. Me too. I think and I don't think I've talked about on a pod yet. There's something going on with him, athletically. That is really different. And I don't want to throw out the Giannis LeBron kind of names, but I'm going to do it anyway. And I don't care. There's an athletic swagger to him. That is really unusual. And the best way I could, I was talking about it was somebody today. It's like watching in college when the football players come to play with the actual basketball team. And there's the one guy in the football team who's just such a great athlete. He can just walk right in and he's better than everybody in the basketball team and it's like, man, imagine that this guy played basketball. He'd be amazing. That's kind of what Anthony Edwards actually is because he was a football player, too. He's like 13. What he's doing is a power to guard, I don't even know who to compare him to. Because he's he's like, it's almost like watching a Bo Jackson was a two guard. He's so strong. He's so fast. He has really no idea what he's doing at his 20. He turned 20 in August. But the fiscal gifts it now makes sense to me why so many of these teams were so fascinated by him as the number one pick or why you kind of had to take the chance. To be honest, I'm delighted by it. He reminds me of a young Kobe, athletically. He doesn't have the feel and the IQ that Kobe had automatically where he was such a great playmaker like basically from the pace of series. He finally series like Kobe was a great freaking, you know, playmaker from the start. Like, 21. He was the Lakers. Point guard was Derek Fisher in name only. The primary playmaker was Kobe. Like, Anthony Edwards doesn't have that. However, nobody can stay in front of him. Yeah. And when he gets to the club, he's explosive. And that's what reminds me of a young Kobe. He shifted. He's explosive and he's big. Like Kobe was Kobe got jacked in at like 6 6 and then he grew to be like 6, 7 or something crazy like that. So like he's big, he's nimble, and he's explosive, so in a lot of ways he reminds me of Kobe and his shot looks way better than I thought it would this early in his career. I think his percentage is low because he's always taking really hard shots. He's always taking off the dribble, step back, plant and, you know, firing type of shots, but he reminds me of a young Kobe. People don't remember pre knee injury kopi, right? Like you got, well, that 99,000, 2001. Right. You got the knee injury and then by like, oh, four O 5. He was a little bit more ground bound, but before that, he was lightning quick and he was dunking on people's heads. And that's what Anthony Edwards reminds me of he reminds me of a young cope. Definitely the explosiveness, I'm with you. I think the difference between them is he's got to be 20 pounds thicker than Kobe was. And that's the part that's unusual to me because usually when these young athletes come into the league, like a 20 year old, they're not fully formed grown men yet, right? Like, look at somebody like Evan mobile. We know 5 years from now. He's going to have 25 extra pounds of muscle in the whole thing. And we know it's going to go. I don't know what Edwards is going to look like in 5 years. I don't because you figure just he's going to get older. You add weight as you get older. It's almost a little Zion. When he bounces off dudes, he wins the bounce. Yes. Like he'll go, he could go into it could be Deandre 8 and it could be whoever. And he goes into those guys, he's not going backwards after he bounces into the guys. And I don't know. I just think I see it with the other teams. They're really scared of him. They can't stay in front of him. He has the ball and they're all like everybody's like, oh, he's got the ball. He's got the ball. And I don't think even he realizes yet Minnesota doesn't realize it that didn't run pick a roles in them. I don't know why they don't pick and roll him in towns on the wall because they have their point guard that. Yeah, Russell. I got this. I got this. Look, I guess, look, but my thing about Anthony Edwards that also matters is, you know, another guy with freaky athleticism, that often comes up in these conversations is Wiggins, right? But he never had the Anthony Edwards vitality. This dude is a freaking pit bull. This dude wants to rip your freaking head off every single play. He has a motor. He just his temperament. I love his temperament. Even when he's having a bad night, he's ready to go next possession. He's not worried about it. He's not in his head about it. And he's like this sort of emotional leader of the team? Yeah. Because he's the coolest fucking guy in the team. He cares about he's 30. And it's already gotten to the point his postgame press conferences are great. He's had some really good quotes. But the stuff he says, it's just like, it's just clear at every point of his life. He's been the best athlete in whatever was happening. Like if he was on the playground.
Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James
"The next wasted a twenty five point lead before Immanuel Quickley nailed four three pointers in the final period bailing out New York in a victory over the Lakers one oh six one hundred we came out ready to play and then they made some adjustments so we need it you know we know that we're gonna be ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand that and you know we need to get away so credits Argos Julius Randle added twenty points sixteen rebounds and five assists for the next despite foul trouble Evan Fournier scored twenty six to lead the Knicks Russell Westbrook had thirty one points thirteen rebounds and ten assists for LA which played while lebron James served a one game suspension for his altercation in Sunday's win over the pistons I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "russell" discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Win, where we weren't stressing for the entire fourth quarter of the Lakers defeat the Sacramento Kings by 25. A tale of two halves, the Lakers looked terrible in the first half, awful, awful awful stuff in the first half looked like they didn't really know what they were doing. We'll talk a little bit about that. But then, oh my, the second half, they turned it on in a big way. Wind up winning one 17 to 92 without LeBron James. So a lot to talk about tonight. We'll talk about LeBron. What's going on with him? Well, some talk about this win. What was different in the second half compared to the first half aside from just the Lakers made shots, there was a big difference in terms of energy and some of the things that were executing on the floor that we'll get into. So if you're coming in from YouTube from Facebook from Twitter, welcome in, make sure you are subscribing to the Lakers nation dot com YouTube channel. If you're listening to the podcast version of this after the fact, maybe tomorrow, make sure that you are followed. It's on Apple podcast Spotify wherever. We appreciate it so much. All the support that we've had for these shows that we do here, whether it's the normal videos I put out on YouTube, breaking down the news and the X's and O's and things of that nature, or it sees live postgame shows. We are so appreciative for all the support that Lakers nation has given us. So thank you to all of you out there. All right, let's get into this one. If you're coming in from any of the live sources right now, from YouTube from Twitter from Facebook, welcome and we'll be taking your questions and comments as we go out, go throughout this game. Let's get into the stats first though. Anthony Davis on the night 25.7 boards two steals two blocks 12 for 22 shooting. Remember no LeBron James in this one? Out due to COVID protocols or health and safety protocols, I guess I should say. We'll talk a bit about that in a little while, but Russell Westbrook four turnovers almost all of them in fact happened in the first half, second half Russell Westbrook, tremendous. 9 for 21 shooting, one of 5 from deep, it's not great for 7 from the free throw line..
NBA marks 75 years
"In marking its seventy fifth anniversary the development of the NBA reflects some social changes that have happened since nineteen forty six more from A. B. correspondent Norman hall NBA hall of Famer Wayne Embry who played eleven years starting in the late nineteen fifties says the sixties were dramatic because of racial tensions Celtics legend bill Russell was a social justice activists but Emery says the few black players in the league were at risk when you're on non guaranteed contracts if the ownership then like what you're doing or managed in like what you're doing you're gonna embrace who won an NBA title with Boston in nineteen sixty eight says opportunities for all black pro athletes expanded because the integrated Celtic lineup started racking up championships others were saw that happening and jumped on board Embry joined the front office of the Milwaukee Bucks in nineteen seventy one when he became the league's first black general manager he remains upbeat about the NBA the times are getting better keep getting better each year I Norman hall
Fresh update on "russell" discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
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Aaron Rodgers meets return-to-play COVID-19 requirements
"Two quarterbacks return to Lambeau field Aaron Rodgers from coal been Russell Wilson from a broken finger neither one was sharp accounting for three ends on interceptions but Rodgers at AJ Dillon late and a defense all night as we they shut out Seattle seventeen to nothing dealing with two fourth quarter rushing touchdowns and green bay's defense headed Wilson his first shutout since he became a starter in Seattle as for Rogers he came out of the cold and protocol on Saturday was just grateful to be taking snaps again a lot of emotions for sure good to be back with the guys good to be back at home most emotions from the whole night was probably walking off the field after the game definitely
Davis has 34 points and 15 rebounds, Lakers beat Spurs
"Anthony Davis provided thirty four points and fifteen rebounds as the Lakers beat the spurs one fourteen one oh six I just want to come back and just start dominate the game now what I can to so you get the time gone Davis scored nineteen in the first quarter on eight of ten shooting and had twenty seven points by halftime Russell Westbrook finished with fourteen points eleven rebounds and seven assists Malik monk at sixteen points for the Lakers the spurs pull within one of five one or three with two forty one remaining on a three pointer by Doug McDermott but the Lakers followed with a seven oh run to take control to chante Murray had a triple double for the spurs with twenty two points ten rebounds and ten assists on the ferry
Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT
"Playing without injured star lebron James the Lakers were still able to beat the heat in overtime one twenty to one seventeen coach Frank Vogel love the effort has agree firemen were on a man's you know we're learning each other I get a really good team some some would say the best in the illegal Bethany's and your guys competed Malik monk scored a Laker high twenty seven points Russell Westbrook had a twenty five point triple double and Anthony Davis netted twenty four band at a bio led Miami with twenty eight points Tyler hero came off the bench to score twenty seven mark Myers Los Angeles
Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1
"John tomorrow score with forty one seconds left in the third period and William Neil lander potted the winner in overtime as a least a come from behind to win win with that mother Jack Campbell on the bench to viruses one timer beat Andre Russell looking for his fourth of the season to send the game to extra time with Tampa's Victor Hedman of the penalty box the lender be bustling ski on a pass from Austin Matthews to with it his fifth of the campaign Bob Rubin scored the lightning goal Campbell made twenty four saves in the win believes about one to four in a row join the debate Toronto
Update on the latest sports
"Sports I'm John the US rules are bank of the World Series after a seven to win over the Atlanta Braves have been a big park Adams believe has more from Houston with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles to give the Astros a lead they would never relinquish Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings to the association but he got twenty four points and nine rebounds from bam Adebayo as Miami two alternates one oh six ninety three elsewhere Trae young had thirty one points as the hawks bested the pelicans one oh two ninety nine deangelo Russell poured in twenty nine points as the Timberwolves took care of the box one thirteen one await Washington down Boston by a score of one sixteen one oh seven Russell Westbrook with the report group full double twenty points fourteen assists thirteen boards of ten turnovers of the thunder ended up prevailing with a one twenty three one fifteen when the Hornets are foreign one after a one twenty one eleven win over the magic elsewhere the king's top the sons one ten one oh seven it was Cleveland ninety two the clippers seventy nine and Portland defeated Memphis one sixteen ninety six the raptors one in Toronto for the first time in six hundred twelve days taking care of the Pacers one eighteen one hundred in the NHL the Florida Panthers are off to a supplemental start after a four one win over the Boston Bruins elsewhere Philadelphia beat admitted five three three games going to overtime all three with identical results Dylan Larkin with the game winner as the red wings up into the capital street to the golden knights beat the stars while the maple Leafs edged the Blackhawks I'm John literate AP sports
Russell, Towns lead T'Wolves to rare win at Milwaukee
"D'angelo Russell Karl Anthony towns and Anthony Edwards combined for seventy nine points as the Timberwolves held off a box one thirteen one await Russell finished with twenty nine points for more than ten thousand Edwards not so much in a shoot around with the last practice it was it was great yes and we played a little bit he would come in I think it is gonna be you know walk through where we got up and down it works for us for sure because we came out ready not the walkie got within one ten one await before Edwards hit two free throws in the closing seconds yeah I sent it to Cooper at fourteen point two sixteen rebounds for the box who were without starting center brook Lopez and point guard Jrue holiday Chris Milton added sixteen points in the loss on the ferry
Davis, Westbrook lead Lakers by Spurs minus James, 125-121
"Anthony Davis a student and Russell Westbrook's layup in the final minute of overtime gave the Los Angeles Lakers he won twenty five one twenty one victory over the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday night lebron James missed the game with a right ankle soreness but the Lakers got thirty five points and seventeen rebounds from Davis in thirty three points and ten boards for Westbrook to improve two two and two on the season what's for talked about carrying the load with chains sideline you know special broadband out on we understand that and with that comes responsibility making guys around us better and tonight they did a great job which is being aggressive on I miss it makes finish one around the basket was big for us tonight yeah comparable finished with a career high twenty seven points to pace the spurs and Jontay Murray had a triple double with twenty one points fifteen assists and ten rebounds four floors San Antonio
Braves take Series opener...Lakers win without LeBron
"AP sports I'm guessing call block the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros Jorge Soler became the first player ever to lead off the World Series opener with a home run to help Atlanta build a five nothing lead after three innings however Braves starter Charlie Morton exited after two and a third innings with a broken right calf bone that will sideline him the remainder of the series Atlanta's Max freed opposes Houston's Jose or key in game two Wednesday Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs and Carli Lloyd wrapped up her stellar U. S. women's national team career in a six nothing friendly win over South Korea Geffen Coolbaugh AP sports
Series to start...NFL: protocols working...Blackhawks probe
"AP sports sign Geffen cooled off the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros correspondent Adam Spillane has the details in Houston for home Salerno Adam duvall smacked home runs as the Atlanta Braves took game one of the World Series by beating the Houston Astros so where's Homer came on the game's third page and do falls third inning two run shot St the Braves to a five nothing the doing that on the road and you know kind of get them first at bat jitters out of the way it is big so you know obviously this is a long series is gonna be a dogfight Charlie Morton started for Atlanta but had to leave in the third inning after suffering a fractured right fibula beginning before NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday the league will not release the findings of its ten month investigation into allegations that the Washington football team engaged in harassment and abuse we think protecting the people that helped us get to that place the people that unfortunately had to live through that experience there we respect them and make sure that we protect them in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs the jazz beat the nuggets one twenty to one ten the Knicks knocked up the seventy Sixers one twelve ninety nine the mavs down the rockets one sixteen one oh six and the warriors top the thunder one oh six ninety eight Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NHL entry Polat and Ryan McDonagh scored ten seconds apart in the second period in the defending champion lightning's five to one route of the penguins the flames topped the devils five to three the wild held on to beat the Canucks three to two the crack and flatten the Canadians five to one the jets adds the docks four to three and the golden knights said predators are in three to one wins over the avalanche and sharks respectively yes I'm cool bokeh piece sports
The Threat of China Invading Taiwan Is Growing Every Day
"Is from The Wall Street Journal today about what's happening in China and Taiwan They are threatening Taiwan They have been flying fighter jets over Taiwan and the potential for an invasion of Taiwan is real You doubt me I'll get to that in a second Don't take my word for it Take military leaders responsible for the reason their word for it I'll get to that in a second But here's another reason an invasion of Taiwan could happen And why I'm worried about their handling of a deadly virus in a BSL two laboratory Xi Jinping's two track foreign policy an article by The Wall Street Journal by Walter Russell mead He says the answer to a potential to the potential Chinese invasion why they may do why they're being so aggressive He says that it's everything to do with politics at home China's facing disruptive conditions As the giant property developer ever grant you heard about that on my show early in the week stumbles towards collapse crackdowns on tech and other businesses have wiped out more than a trillion asset values and made businesses jittery about the Communist Party's next move They're getting desperate folks Here it goes on the piece At the same time a massive energy crisis is imposed widespread blackouts across much of China While the more transmissible delta variant presents the Chinese method of pandemic control with its harshest test yet desperate people do desperate things The Chinese Communist Party is littered with totalitarianism That's what communism and socialism is It embraces the totalitarian ethos It's tyrannical by nature It involves control and subjugation These people get desperate If they feel like they're losing control because the Chinese property markets collapsing people's money invested in its collapsing The population gets restless Delta starts spreading And then they're in the middle of a massive energy crisis whether ironically after talking all that junk about Australia they're going to need Australian coal just to keep their country's lights on If you start to see mass blackouts in China have you not asked yourself policymakers in D.C. who are worried about men and the women's bathroom Have you not asked yourself my gosh what could they do next when the going gets tough The tough don't get go and the tough get invading Taiwan over in over in China
"Rust" electrician says he held cinematographer "while she was dying"
"Bit we're learning more about what happened on the set of rust before Thursday's tragedy that killed the movie cinematographer new court records released yesterday contained the account of a camera operator for rust read also told a detective that Alec Baldwin had been careful with weapons on the set he says he recalls that one time Baldwin made sure that a child actor was nowhere near him when firearms were in use in the fatal incident Russell says Baldwin was rehearsing a scene in which he was to draw his gun and pointed at the camera before that Russell says assistant director Dave hall's handed a weapon to Baldwin and declared it a cold gone meaning that it would be safe to use I'm
What We Can Learn About Christian Citizenship With John Zmirak
"There are many Americans that are looking to us. I talked to them on planes. I know that they are, they're worried about the times in which we live. And I know that God has allowed us the privilege of encouraging them and speaking the truth. You well, people listening to the program know that an hour or one I talked to Larry about the column, the article that he wrote in the spectator about this issue, he uses David French. It's not simply the single out David French, but it's an issue about how some Christians think and how it's not only faulty, but it's become very, very damaging. It's very harmful. And we need to correct it. And by God's grace, folks like David French and others will see this error by God's grace, I hope. But you yourself have written an article dealing with Larry's article and with this issue. So you write at stream stream dot org, the stream. Let's talk about that first and then we'll do something really fun, but we don't want to give it away. Go ahead. All right, I'm talking not just about David French, but some of the other writers who resemble whose arguments resemble his names like Russell Moore, rod prayer and stetzer Michael gerson people who were spectacularly and publicly anti Trump. At the time of a very close election. And when it was coming up to a very close election, where the balance was between electing this, the secret committee formally known as Joe Biden. This monstrosity that's happening around us that Joe Biden is the sock puppet for. Or voting for an imperfect candidate who made mean tweets, but tried to save babies. Donald Trump, I have my criticisms, Eric, you have yours, there are all things we wish he'd done differently. They were all things we would win sad or criticized. You know, because he's a human
Seahawks QB Wilson to see hand specialist
"The Los Angeles rams picked up an important division win with a twenty six seventeen victory over the Seattle Seahawks Matthew Stafford passed for three hundred sixty five yards and a touchdown as the rams bounced back from their first loss of the season to raise their record to four and one Robert what's had twelve catches for one hundred fifty yards for the rams and Gerald Henderson rushed for eighty two yards and a touchdown Russell Wilson seven entry to the finger on his throwing hand late in the third quarter and did not return to the game the Seahawks record up to two and three for the season Jim Bernard Seattle
Russell Wilson leads Seahawks past 49ers 28-21
"Russell Wilson tossed touchdown passes to decay met captain Freddie Swain the Seahawks twenty twenty one win over the forty Niners at Levi's stadium Wilson would complete sixteen of twenty three for a hundred and forty nine yards as Seattle ends a two game losing skid thinking about losing three in a row thing about losing whining about losing two eyes don't think about it it's not in my repertoire I was on my thought process because we don't think about it as the about women so yeah I think the biggest thing is winning the winning winning the process every week every day that's why we've been able to be so successful San Francisco would turn to rookie quarterback Trey lance in the second half after starter Jimmy Garoppolo's left with a calf injury let's Withrow for a hundred and fifty seven yards and two touchdowns I'm Mike Reeves
Russell Brand Calls 'Russiagate' a 'Democratic Conspiracy'
"How are we supposed to interpret celebrities coming out who were once on the radical left and now are saying things that were and are very obvious russell brand who is a comedian. He's pretty fair on most things. He's all over the place. No trump fan though at all he has now come out and he has criticized russia gate. Now i'm saying this for a reason because we have a new episode out with cash patel that i encourage all of you to listen to but if you wanna listen to in my opinion. The best analysis of the origins of the russian investigation of peter struck of lisa page of where the all came from. And where we are headed. I'm telling you cash patel who is being targeted by every major institution on the left that you can imagine key breaks down how john durham is building a criminal conspiracy case against the deep state. It was compelling. It was detailed. I pushed him on a lot of different things. And that's exclusively on the charlie kirk show. Podcast app of cash patel. It's one of my favorite episodes. We've done in recent times and it's all around this topic of who is going to be held accountable for what was done back in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen timeframe with peter struck and lisa page spying on a presidential campaign and hoping to get away with russ or russell brand now says well. This is all from the clinton campaign russell. The great sean. Hannity has been saying this on his program for literally the last four years but better late than never. I suppose. Play cut fifty six. We'll move so fast. It's almost no time for history. It seems like years ago that we would hear. In the trump was colluding with russia. They would've won the election without russia that he's whole presidency was kind of employees. Well there's now serious evidence that it was the clinton campaign and hillary clinton acolytes lueth directly involved in the generation of has proven to be a conspiracy untrue. Think about how much media watched me a person who i think broadly speaking. He's from the left. A liberal certainly not trump support in republican with respect to those of you that are i find myself in awe gobsmacked flabbergasted in startled by these revelations. The russia gate was a democrat conspiracy.
"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..
"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..
"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.
"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.
"russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Jack warden. That's okay i will give you. The i totally forgot about used car i man. It's oh i. It regularly and my father used to watch that. When i was a young child and i remember every now and then glimp- glimpses of movies as you come off. As my my recollection used cars. It joe flaherty and a two plus al lewis. Grandpa munster is in that movie. Nine michael mckean. Yeah yeah it is. I i remember seeing what i i remember watching it. What i worked video store was one of those like russell. I remember laughing. I haven't seen it in a long while. It wasn't one of the movies that i watched. But go ahead. you talk about an adult myself. See we. I bought it for like. I don't know like three bucks. And when christmas and it's been a long time since i watched it and it's just one of those movies that put it up there with like dc cab or car wash where it's like. It's one of those movies that kind of escaped the eighties. But it's still a classic where you put it in you. Is this fun. it's stupid but it's fun and kurt. Russell was just the right amount of smarmy kinda greasy but likeable and ending just is classic. I mean if you haven't seen i don't wanna spoil it but go check it out. It's well i think there's i'm sorry. I was a real quick in that movie. He's the perfect body of what's Mitzvah talked about swingers. When he's talking to february second what should it be like the guy in the movie the guy. You're not sure if you like yet. Rain exactly yeah. Okay so and i'll say if you wanna talk about the ending. It was made in one thousand nine hundred. I think there's we don't have all spoilers on a thirty or forty year old gonna call. Yeah i don't want to recall okay. All right so nine hundred. Eighty moving onto nineteen eighty-one escaped from new york. We get introduced a snake. Fucking pushkin josh. Take it away. you're no actually. This isn't my and my big love donny. Mine is coming a little later. We're nineteen eighty-two for you. We are talking nine hundred six from holy crap all right well. Yeah then escape from new york. I'd like to talk about it but let's go. I well go ahead all right. Well we've got go ahead. Go ahead hurt russell lee van cleef ernest borgnine. In a classic. Kind of post apocalyptic action movie one of the early ones in the genre and i think it helps holds up. Pretty well don't is a case is a and donald pleasants harry denton. Adria arvo speaking of harry dean stanton as david lynch and john cochran. You know i think..
"russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Yvette that or christopher walken. I mean if you're gonna talk about optional hans solo. I take russell in an rv and christopher walken meant that either christopher walken on solo. Yeah that's not a movement that would have been weird. I think kurt russell could is because look because if you look at look at harrison. Ford isn't too far off from jack. Burton from big trouble in little china got the swagger like i said cut russia's not that and the han solo has week and jack burton's got whatever the hell that thing was in the back of the truck of the movie. We're getting ahead. i are about that movie. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Who was kurt russell. Attached to again alec all alec baldwin is chewy me because i'm not laughing reader and he could add stephen and and daniel and the other one bill. Yeah they get a whole family of Bookies i've been in my own little world thinking making a joke about trying to come up with a joke. And i finally. Did you ever heard of the the eighty s writer s e cup. Up say console ever married him would be hans solo. Wow how long is that why you were quiet for this whole time. Yup i was formulating that joke. I hope you wanna know. One pat knicks standup email gotta stage. Yeah for good reason. Seventeen hours worth of work for every five minutes i do. He lost the role the harrison ford than he did some other. Tv stuff in a tv show called the quest. He actually was nominated for an emmy emil. Emmy evening an automated for folks in the whiskey kicked in. He was nominated for an emmy a when he played elvis. I made for tv Special which was directed by john carpenter. That's right so that's where they met. Nine hundred seventy nine and that's where magic was defend completely because it seems like john carpenter is to put russell like Bruce yeah just easy yes yeah or to capture now. Decapitate quentin tarantino. Yep yeah or odd. Someone to david lynch lynch was a big fan of comic lockin. Kyle mclachlan somebody had to be twin peaks velvet. Oh oh blue velvet all right forget it. We're not anyway. We're not gonna show yes. Don't you fucking look at me anyway. A lot of people didn't realize that John carpenter work with kurt. Russell and elvis like their meeting and if you look he pulls off a pretty damn good elvis and he does a really good job. I mean look the. I'll send you guys a link of the poster old. Kurt looks really good. So after that you're coming up on a favorite here. Oh yeah. I can one not the nine hundred nineteen ninety-one. Oh see. yeah i was figuring. We're going to nineteen eighty-one with decapa sh- lunga before you do that. You gotta hit nineteen eighty. You gotta stop. We're stopping at nineteen eighties. Because because that was one thousand nine hundred. Nineteen eighty to nineteen eighty used cars. Okay i'm on robertson. Mbeki.
"russell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"The nineteen seventy seven stole gift came into win with no sign of Russell Martin. . On Maithri Bev and her mother Ellen visited the local police station to fall a missing persons report. . It had been three and a half months since Russell left town unexpectedly without offering goodbye. . Bevin Dublin you better than most that Russell was not a perfect person. . He had these vases mainly drinking and gambling and was hot headed and turn to violence. . But he loved his children. . Whenever he was out of town Russell would at the very latest KP in touch with these kids. . Yet they hadn't from him. . Knowing her sons ten percent ellen feed that Russell would cause <hes> if he returned to town. . He would bain sense to find out that he's wife Helen had moved another man into their marital <hes>. . Russell and Helen's relationship dated back to when they were teenagers. . Russell's siblings disproved if the pairing from the outset. . Helen wilcock had a reputation as a wild child and Russell was possessive prone to Jealousy They advised against the couple marrying, , but Russell and Helen went ahead with the ceremony. . In nineteen, , sixty, , four, , they became Mr and Mrs Martin. . Both when nineteen years old. . They had four children and eventually said Odi into a three bedroom where the board has online goes straight not far from the main street of stole. . Their doors lay in Kelly shed one room. . This sons Stephen and pole shed the second Russell and Helen had the third. . It wasn't an idyllic marriage russell and Helen Wood products of disadvantaged backgrounds and at influenced their treatment of one another. . Russell was the sixth of seven children born on July ten, , nineteen forty-five. . He's parents Michael and Ellen were problem drinkers. . They would often stay out all not until they spent all their money. . All were escorted home by police. . Some of their drinking binges lasted wakes. . Die fought loudly and frequently Ovadai many problems including Ellen's flagrant infidelity. . Throughout his Childhood Russell was at the center of a room out regarding the identity of his biological father. . He was also bullied for being the child of the town drunks as well as for his poor Jane and academic struggles. . The Martin Children was severely neglected by their parents. . Child protection offices visited the household, , but the children would heart in the nearby forest to avoid them. . Sometimes, , they'd slave out death and days at a time and arrive at school dirty and unkempt. . Russell was taste for having burs doc in his nutty hair. . He would try to remove them himself, , but the results were disastrous and only caused more ridicule. . Russell learned to retaliate with these fists and became known as a feast for who wasn't afraid of anyone. . Helen had experienced her husband's violence firsthand. . Police officers attended dietrich disputes at the couple's has sometimes as often as once a month. . But charges were rarely laid. . Helen fights sorry for Russell. . Shape believed, , he only acted the way he did because of his upbringing which had caused him to hate women. . When reporting her Son Missing Ellen Martin expressed concern for Helen in particular. . Shea feed that Russell would harm his wife if he found out, , she had moved on with another man. . Ellen said the only way Helen would have new boyfriend was if Shane you ashore that Russell was never coming back. . Russell's sister. . Bev Felt Helen had been behaving suspiciously since. . January. . For New Year's Russell and Helen, , took their children on a like saw camping trip one hundred and sixty kilometers west of store. . It was the couple's first holiday together in that thirteen year relationship. .
"russell" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Over the debate in the debate rules. He's robbed around. Mike Russell Russell 105 50 K. F. Y I, Of course, Donald J. Trump claims I've evil. I won the election. I well, I mean the election. I wouldn't He will win the election. But I did win the debate hands down and night and I tend to agree with him. But I like most things in this this election. I'm one of half the other half disagrees with me. And that's okay because this is America and we can have Our own debates, even when it comes to debating, But it comes to when it comes down to the debate rules. Now the debate rules are going to be changed. Whether the with the Trump Administration Trump campaign wants it or not. They want the rules to be changed. Where now The rules are being suggested that there be mute buttons on the microphone where the moderator can mute the of the other person's microphone and ask Maybe Joe Biden a question Trump's Mike. Of course, this will not work. The stupidity of this is is well, let's let's be honest. They're government ing. The debates. They're going to run it like a government, so it's not going to work properly. If I mute Rob hunters. Let's say, let's say our boss mutes one of our microphones. If he meets mine, Rob can still talk and I can still talking. You can hear me in Rob's microphone. Some exams. I can I can still make my voice heard into your microphone. So it's just going to be I would not distance way. Michael Russell. We sit close. I know my design. I will back up and I will test this theory. I I will go. Donald Trump all over you. No problem. But here's the other idea. Right? Look, These were two grown man running for president. Of the United States of America. Here's what's gonna happen if Trump decides to yell over Biden, Biden yells over Trump. We decide whether we want to watch it or not. It's the public service. Most of us know how we're going to vote for. About three or 4% that are undecided at this moment. They can figure out what they want to do. Based on how President Trump or how Joe Biden Puts themselves out there. The Presidential Commission doesn't have to create all these new decorum rules because it'll look worse. If you cut off a president of middle of his statement, That's a terrible idea. Just let Trump do it. He's going to do and then make your judgments based on that, because all the things that I've seen Even from Republicans has been negative towards Trump. I'm tired of it. I'm absolutely 100 tired of the Democrats losing every time and having to change the rules so they can change rules if they get their butt whipped on stage. Now, we got to change the stage rules. If you get your but whipped in election Now we need to get rid of the electoral college. If you get your but whipped in election Now we gotta blame somebody else for a change all of the rules of the House of Representatives. In the hearings and were going to impeach impeach Duly elected, RGB dies And then we're gonna add more represents frame court changed the rules, which Biden still won't answer that question, by the way, asked again today. We are still going to be winning, and they're still going to try to change the rules, and I'm sick of it in the commissioner in elections there changing the rules right now it upsets me because I'm tired of them being able to change the rules. Every time they lose well married people are speaking and the powerful left and the media are doing everything they can to guilt. Everyone involved to changing the rules for them. It's terribly tired. Still, the third most watched presidential debate of all time. Behind the Clinton Trump won from 2016 and Reagan. One of Reagan's ones back in and on. It was 80 84 can't remember. 73 million people still watched it so people are still interested enough to turn on the debate and wait till you see the next one people. I was so turned off. I was aghast at the President. Oh, I couldn't believe they did that. This is going to hurt him in the election. They will have popcorn ready for the next election. I mean, the next debate. They are goingto watch. That's everyone who complains social media feed. That's really what it is. I'm not gonna look at social media. I'm not gonna post on social media there other talking trash all day Long. Biden today. Once again asked once again. I asked a very serious question. This isn't how do you feel about health care reform? How do you feel about immigration reform? It isn't those softball electoral questions that air lob to the Democrats all the time. How do you feel about Donald Trump's actions at his rally last night? Softball question. This is one question that they get asked every single day, even their surrogates and they won't answer. Will you and the Democrats pack the court? Will you add more seats to the Supreme Court? If you are elected president, take control. All of the Senate. No, that's exactly.
"russell" Discussed on High Noon
"The thing that only will shameful in is ever done. If you can accomplish that if you could. It reminds me a little bit. Remember, Chris Paul in highschool scored sixty one points after his grandfather died at age sixty one the fact that you have the power of will to shape reality using your talents. Like that I salute that on principle. Speaking of power of will we saw something last night the game that we do not see very often. Which is Russell Westbrook's day. In case, you're curious how Russell Westbrook turned out the way he did. Right there ro. Yeah. There he is everything. Everything makes sense. Right. Did it at a bad? I don't think you want any problems with it was Mel everybody who wants to say Russell Westbrook. How did he get to be the way? He is. Yes. Take a look valet shout out to everybody at. They gave Russell saying desperate nipsy and the people in the front road Oklahoma City, Tampa arrested, daddy, like, we know what sexy means totally sure. Next names. Russell Wilson quarterbacks given the April fifteen deadline for new contract. But according to my floor. Yo Wilson won't be holding won't be holding out. It will shut down all negotiations until after the season deadline is Pablo the of by by this deadline. They should because Russell Wilson deserves to be what he wants to be which is the highest paid porter back in the league. Aaron Rodgers is that right now thirty three point five billion dollars. Russell Wilson probably is going to go ask for about thirty five or so, but we know how football teams work. They don't enjoy paying anybody a lot of money, especially not the guy who when he is under paid as he was when they made the Super Bowl run. And is he is now is oftentimes the key to the rest of their roster being as good as it is. It is in a whole lot of quarterbacks as good as Russell Wilson quarterbacks who have Super Bowls. They have to fight for their money. Drew Brees was one example of guy who did. But there aren't that many guys that are in this place that have to go in there and be like, please, please please give me what I deserve. It hasn't happened. But she doesn't often at least it doesn't feel to me anecdotally, get to a point you gotta set a deadline for a guy like this. Now, if I'm Seattle I'm walking in with this guy being like, look, you are the face of this franchise. You have been the face of this franchise. Let's just figure out the best way for us all of us to get this thing done. It should never get to a point where that guy has to come in public and said this deadline. My guest is going to go ahead and get this done because the Seahawks other recourse is we can franchise you. And then we can franchise you, and that's not good for salary cap. This. No, no. They're gonna end up paying fifty to sixty million dollars. If they tag him twice in. This does feel like posturing, it does feel like the patient of some sort of battle. But man, it's fascinating to have Russell Wilson in the present tense asking for so much money when they don't really like him passing the ball all that much matter that matter they say the job of being quarterback is not simply passing the ball this office. They wanna run they can do that import because he is a threat to run the buzz..
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"But at least, you know, the good thing about going to that dark places, at least you become much more aware of the warning signs before before it gets bad. And I am not that now. I mean every night last night, I was lying in bed. And I was worrying about something. I could feel my anxiety rise good. So I just put CPT into practice and calm down. What did you do? What you believe in and you go into fulfilling. Yeah. Again, remember the lodger, and I'm just little things like. I mean, I know this sounds an in a way it sounds ridiculous. But it just king. If I worry about this. Now, I'm not going to sleep at an tomorrow. I'm being interviewed by Russell brand. And I'm not gonna do those interviews. Well, if I don't sleep. So, you know, the the logical thing to do is to just not worry about it now and translate. Zanex? Certainly if logic doesn't work. Yeah. That's where Zanik comes in to pick up any exotic left over. But it did work I slept and I'm perfectly fresh now. So so it worked I've been I would say combination of the of the in this. I'm worked here, certainly it seems like the if you're left with out techniques to manage those that those things which to me seem somewhat inevitable that seems to be part of the landscape of my life is I feel those things those things happen to me. And and like you say if you can spy earlier in the process like, oh, I know it's the I'm doing that. And and also I have a forms of therapeutic behaviors belonging to support groups and stuff which helped me not like my context is continually updated as remembers pretty good that you don't drink and take drugs, and that's good, and you'll helping up a A p..
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Boxed dinner, and it's all easy recipes or whatever one advertised in the power of stem pants. She wanted some pants about these. Pence still comfortable, and there might add something from the future of reproductive organs of snoop as a book in rook. Reproductive organs Russo snuggle, and that material is made it with space-age public. Anyway, look, it's not my job to say things like I'm simply amusing myself. And wasting your time limited time you have in this present form as we understand it Tylenol for phone. Call is fantastic human friend of mine. Inciteful spirituality willing to use her own pain and suffering to educate others in a way that I believe is accessible and important, scar on podcast, happy place. Check that out. That's really good people on it davina was last personnel. Listen to but we talk about that a lot in this episode. I enjoyed CO never saw it. Trying to achieve a quality with the nine election of Calgary. He's not successful. That's exactly right in this era where it turns out. We're never fos. What's beneath the surface of people? We have Meyer of the ideas that the finance on the history. We are told welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. Thank you for coming on the skin with me. Russell brand. I king lightly. If men you doing this conversation water go it would have had like a few layers of production involved possibly agents and stuff, and especially one of the advantages of podcast is it becomes very free. Yeah. I love that. I. I love it by struggle with it because I've done radio for so long. And it is really it's over discipline. You have to learn how the rhythm of it works and the timings, and I don't say like, you say those layers of, you know, there'd be a pre producer within another producer knit unit assistant, and then some other people floating around, and you know, that it has to solve Casetta workers. It's, hey, where with the podcast is essentially just a chat, and I love that. Because you get the time that you don't get them radio. But I also struggle with it because I want to be all in order, knee and take that radio tee box lovely, and I can't do that on this. I'll have to just trust and go with the flow. So I find that bit tricky. But I love like so liberating work in this space now and talk about whatever, you know. There are no rules. And that's why I think podcast is so popular now because you can literally find one on any subject in the world. Asking me to do something. For the old Vic ri- of only scandal letter little bit the six from whoever runs the Vic basis like he's staging. No cowards plow, let us know cow pie. And he says would you run for the program because this play I think he's about celebrity and fame, and he goes in like, we take the perspective that fame. He's a kind of trauma like the becoming famous is traumatic experienced for people. So if yesterday before the art bringing up to you because I think it's one of the things that we think about and talk about it is obviously is something that you even perhaps you want before it happens or in any you feel very fortunate in some senses. I'm really considering the impact is how to me sock. Literally the moment you. Yeah. I think I have always chewed over that thought because I weighed Ligo into this game was in the public to some extent from fifteen so I'll have memories of asleep preping fifteen, but a lot of it involves knowing that people are watching me or judging me or making huge assumptions, and that's the only bit. I've really struggled with..
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Trying to achieve equality with the nine election of Calgary. He's not successful route. That's exactly right in this era. Where it turns out. We were never the boss. Beneath the surface of people. We have Meyer of the ideas that the finance on the street. We're told welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. John. Thanks very much for coming on the show on fascinates to you, in fact, since of no new coming on intended mates. And now, I'm this. Joel McEvoy you're going to enjoy this poor cost you go check it out. Because this is you know, when you've heard about someone remotely you may not like you. So get the wrong. This is how our understand your story from off gathered. He was put away for serious time, you got Jim privileges. And then when you were working out in the gym something was discovered that changed the course of your life. And is a remarkable story. We you say out for the people that are not familiar with your story. So we can all be on the same page. Should I go back to when I was a kid go, and then saw go all the way back to it's a childhood one of of there's been profound moments in my life. That's there's obviously led to where I am today. I'll tell you one of the biggest things when I was a child. Was finding out by my dad died. I grew up in south London, and my mom and my sister bought me up. So I never had a Mao Romo to in my life as as a kid..
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"I think. What's my arm? Well, no, I'm just anticipating that thing is like a lot of people will hear that. And won't have the same opinion as you will think that it's kind of dangerous or promoting unhealthy things. No. Or maybe because you live in online, hyper aware world, you're aware that people will gain say and contradict what you're saying. But like do at some point we have to accept that. There are different ways of resolving the problems of being human the all of us are flawed and have made mistakes, and we'll continue to, but there are going to be some people that here. Thank God that's going to work for me. I want to try that I wanted, you know, th there is as Krishnamurti the philosopher, not the news bloke sad because often when I mentioned in people go Jimmy off the news, and I've got no not mean of the news. I mean, Christian made philosopher truth is a populous land meaning that we're all going to have to find our WBZ. Eight says every are est- must create their own religion their own. She's coming out with the client got to go anymore off of this and that finger you've unloaded a quotes in to quote, and quote, unquote. Copy cracking of I in some around me own little quotes, put my initial. Maybe five. How many shoot I've only the one, but you're win twenty six Audrey and zero books. Okay. You're winning winning the book war. What is that book? The book is body positive power. It is basically absolutely everything that I've learned in these five years about food and bodies why we hate ourselves. How we can stop intuitive eating good relationships with exercise. How we feel about fat? Why we are. So scared of the word fat and everything that fantails and had to put it altogether. And hopefully, just be a bit more peaceful in your body. That's really good. I'm going to check that out. Listen, I think. You're gonna have a big impact on the way. That people understand these issues you will participate in this conversation law, and I think you'll will help a lot of people. And I I like the way that you communicate. And if helped me to understand things I didn't understand before. Thanks for coming on. Megan. Thank you, very much lovely time. It's been good as an now has about a bit with a chair fell that was my favorite. So I think that's a highlight. That's a mean waiting to happen shit. Memed Michelle off. Thanks for listening. You enjoyed that episode with Meghan. I'm so impressed with that conversation with her as a woman and the communicator, remember, let me know what you thought of it on Instagram tag me actually, Russell brand or tweet me at rusty rockets. We have hashtag under skin or tack menu into the stories. Why ya? I'd be very happy with that. Listen to smolder episodes Chapman road. She was amazing. Happy pappy, they're great Radin Swami. He's wonderful capital. Matej coming up with cotton. Jon Ronson Darren Brown. He is coming to trick. Maisy? Once did once see Darren Brown in a bar, and like looking at me and before new moved to chair from one table to my table. I mean, we did need an additional chair. But then people came from that advertisers. Roy took this chair said. Darren Brown just mind bended made a day that anyway, he may be innocent. So hope you enjoyed under skin. Lahser. Love species by.
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"Hello wombs under the skin coming up. My interview with Lawrence, Scott, author of the four dimensional human and picnic, comma lightning. We'll be talking about the nature of reality. Both virtual physical and psychological now these realms into sect and inform us and what particularly about this time. We're living in is difficult and challenging thank you. For your lovely comment on last week's podcast with the happy path. Here are some nice things that people have said Josie Fletcher Russell brand this is hilarious of working at my friends in the middle or not laughing. So now, we're all listening. That's what you could be doing laughing podcast adjacent to a sleeping friend dragging them into joy, drag them into joy scanty whose London. Yes, loved it. Thank you, not an easy path to run a business from the hall and mindfully, however is possible, and it certain sparring to hear of other entrepreneurs managing to do it. Too said lots of positive. Fatih people received that are try again to Stephen from the happier. They real lovely fellas. Give them a follower. Eight there. Grab do what you gotta do now. And learn Scott had one for conversation that became interested in Lawrence Cup because some mama make Gareth actually bought me picnic coma. Lightning his book. And I was fascinated by the way, he grappled with the grief. He felt about losing his parents and how that challenged. He's understanding of reality. And he's rely Fru. He's relationships within four. We kickoff mental is out. Now, how to help them be helped get your favorite brand dot com. Checkout rebirth on net flicks..
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"When you're a drug addict, he's takes up so much of your time to be a truck. I'd actually go get drugs. Then you go Taik him. Then you go on the floor zoo. Austin? So once you stop taking you realize as Mt. Abyss in your life. And sometimes you recognize that the whole reason you would take in the drugs is because you were looking for some sort of purpose, meaning and the drugs through two things one they give purpose and meaning needs to ties the that they are off so Wednesday gone, the awfully the cure for addictions to be community purpose pursue of spiritual life in this. There's a very good template. I mean, I'm not. So like, I'm not simply trying to plug my book because you can get books for free. My recovery is about describing how those principles can be applied. Not just extreme things like addiction buzz any form of attachment. If it's an attachment relationships or unhealthy eating habits, how you can apply a twelve step program in these environments spiritual life community acknowledgement of what your habits are changing them and the necessity for support in changing them. So I'm in a way, I'm a really great going. Here here. Do one for the last one. Okay. So point number four of our Ford L thing points, you say. Three points. We're gonna but anyway, and this one's gonna find this quite interactive. So I think ultimately, I think we want to feel connected. We want to feel connected to one another connected to ourselves. I think that's like what the whole game is really up eggs. So like, and I think the Beatles in one sense that arrived what they said, oh, you need is love you do some sense as Swami was saying there. So if everyone can entertain us in stand up for one second what we standing up now. Everyone's stunning trunks. Oh, here we go. Mom used to make us go to Tomasz Moore younger as good little Catholic Irish poise and the David normally far, and they'll Stephen, okay. One of us had far and the other giggle. For a lot of the bit. We enjoyed most was that how how you deal with you because the connection so that piece. If you've been some people don't like that. I love that. But that was that was always our favorite so connection. I think is ultimately what it's all about. So if you can turn to the person beside him and just hook just gonna leave a hug. Right. Neither side. Give them a kiss. When's he going to descend into blow? Joe? Some families. Well, done everyone gentleman, Stephen and DIVY Flynn, aka the happy path. What's the name? If you book reading these for happiness this than you and brilliant six products throws. Six products and white rose. Don. I just want to say something just wanted to say that on our website. If you want to sign up for the newsletter. We've got loads of really good stuff. We're going to get people to sign up for the news. Larry heavy periods out of. Good. Well, I hope you enjoyed that. And it gave you a real hoot and Iran laugh, please subscribe to it send it around share, it gave people listening, less know, how you think entrepreneurism and sort of new modern democratic methods of organizing community in Triomphe or saw is can choline tweet me if you won't at rusty rockets with the hashtag under the skin or let me know on Instagram tech me true Russell brand. Or if you want to I had me, post wise in your instance, story grams, I will always be the happy recipient of those and also if you've not seen re rebirth on Netflix. I've looked at that and mentos Manet book house a help and be helped is coming out this month. Russell brand dot com together copy next week on this podcast between two Lawrence, Scott. The author of brilliant book picnic, comma, lightning to extract the nature of reality in our consciousness is outside our consciousness, what was it blood? World comprised of he helps us to understand it. I'm reading the book the moment. I really love it. Steve Coogan phone cotton. Brad Evans, Jay or coming up soon. Please subscribe and share this. And if you haven't listened to every Burr or look at and listen to rebirth on Netflix, yet do if you want. Thanks. I love you.
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"I'm pick and try to rewire it to positively partly because we don't believe that we deserve. Good things. Deep down inside all of this. We don't we kind of like me getting that great big some from Sainsbury's when oakwood how do I get rid of it? I don't believe I deserve this. And if we trace to focus on the good might seem like a completely fee point. But if we choose to focus on reward, goodness, and kindness and decency. How much different could the world look at even if that's just that only old how much different book. Yes. I think radically different giants amazing place for us to end. Our seeing you great like potential. You're coughing up source of wisdom. Hopefully, a durability me his drink. Good luck with your book with the tin finger politics. Good luck with not drinking. Thank you for coming on under the skin frankly, much, you've been really, really brilliant gase. So lovely to talk to you. I didn't know that you would be so earth and bright what? Nations. I think. Fine. Thank you. Thank you for listening to under the skin. Let me know what you thought you can tweet me at rusty rookies. That's my name. We've the hashtag under the skin or let me know on Instagram tag. May at true Russell brand. We'll buy into Graham stories though. Oh, I love those. You've got you've got to attack me in one of your body, Instagram storybooks, Steve Coogan, fern, cotton Yemen. Hari all coming up on the puck off soon. If you have any questions for them, Email Mia Hallo at Russell brand dot com. Thanks for listening. Remember to subscribe, and write this put cost and share we friends. Thanks very much..
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"And now it's time for Jack Monroe. She wrote cooking on bootstraps as expensive like cooking. Look when you haven't got enough money. She's an activist raising issues about poverty and inequality in Britain told you all of these things. So I hope you enjoy I really really really love meeting. She incredible. Trying to achieve a quality within nine election of Calgary. Not successful. That's exactly right. We're in this era. Where turns out we were never the boss. Spin Neath the surface of people with more of the ideas that the finance on the street. Retold welcome to Russell brand. And Vicki Charlotte. Charlotte, very substantial. Acquaint? There was another one couldn't carry the move out dance. Pollute take, you know. Yeah. Have you paid an extra twenty seven hundred fifty? If it doesn't fit. Luggage compartment. Well, they said well, a wonderful way to introduce you Jack Monroe to under- the skin. I'm a fan of yours, your cooking and your ethos. And now, I've spent more than twenty seconds in your focused company of your entire being even though I'm sure as a complex human you have negative dockside as we do seems to be mostly. I totally nominative. You thank you for bringing me some bread took me through these like now what your most famous for. I think is for cooking in a way that meant to be accessible for people not cooking as of ornamentation or is a privilege for cocaine as an assessing, basically, I tried to encourage people to cook the very best food that they can with the very least that they've go. Symbol manner. Yeah. Since the the best that you can manage with the lace, ego and bread is one of my cornerstone things, I think pay be according to Stein. All of that. Covington the into stuff. Wait. Sorry. Chest infection, which is unhelpful. So grateful for the distance between us. Yeah. So bread is one of my cornerstone things that is I think people say making bread, it's being elitist. And quite oh, I don't have a bread maker. He was ice midnight. We don't need a bread, Mike, you've got hands. If you Hans work he can make bread you can make bread out flour and water little biggies. And and it's something that I think has become very middle class, very aspirational. And actually his something we've been doing since the dawn of time on their bells wrongly. Yeah. So don't break some Britain. And so it's it's also for me. It's a stress reliever. So it's really good skill to have. If you find yourself getting angsty anxious service of grouchy about the state of the world. Eternal news. Everything's awful. And there's may political to pasta into the kitchen. Pray pray. Pray bang bang. Bang bang bang off you so much better already. Braid? Pens out. Exactly, ten minutes of punching the crab house of these just a good bread is brilliant, and it so unfairly maligned rely all carbs about. And I'm not I am made of Calzado about. Do you think that what you're saying about bread could be extrapolated into? An understanding of our modern detachment from sort of self care a lot we don't know outer men to car anymore because this overlake tricks in the way, we don't know how to buy bread, you know, we've become so of ought passively unit. Yeah. I think that this. I think there's really something in that. I think that making him bread is a really powerful way of looking off yourself. So really powerful self tool. It's to me as I use it when angsty anxious a bit wound up I use it to physically de-stress. I mean, my shoulders Moyal if you need bread properly they will hurt afterwards. It's a proper, physical workout. But also, it's really simple. It's an act of love to yourself. You can take these ingredients that you would not want to eat on their own spoonful of flour and a teaspoon of yeast and turn them into something. That is ultimately one of the greatest things you can have the noise hope loaf of bread fresh from the oven toasted. Smooth BUSTER terrible. Yeah. Stuff in your mouth donkey, and you make it into a sandwich..