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Bills end 2-game skid with 31-14 win over spiraling Panthers

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Bills end 2-game skid with 31-14 win over spiraling Panthers

"The the Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills are are alive alive in in their their quest quest for for an an AFC AFC east east championship championship the the bills bills get get a a home home win win over over the the Carolina Carolina Panthers Panthers thirty thirty one one to to fourteen fourteen Josh Josh Allen Allen threw threw for for two two hundred hundred ten ten yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns two two of of them them going going to to wide wide receiver receiver Gabe Gabe Davis Davis when when moving moving buffalo buffalo to to eighty eighty six six on on the the season season one one game game back back in in the the win win win win in in the the division division with with the the two two teams teams meeting meeting in in Foxborough Foxborough this this coming coming Sunday Sunday the the winner winner of of that that game game to to control control their their own own destiny destiny in in the the division division the the Panthers Panthers fall fall two two five five and and nine nine once once again again the the final final buffalo buffalo thirty thirty one one Carolina Carolina fourteen fourteen GB GB Taglich Taglich orchard orchard park park New New York York

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Pianist Jack Spann on The Inspiration Behind His Latest Record

thebuzzr pod

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Pianist Jack Spann on The Inspiration Behind His Latest Record

"Jack thank you for joining the bonds today. Welcome it is truly great to have you here on the show. it's great. What is the story behind your third studio album propaganda man that was released in july of two thousand nineteen. I was a little. And i'm deliberately not exaggerating too much but i was starting to get concerned about The level of propaganda. That's going around the world today And so i started to write like a kind of related series of songs about the propaganda and the people that exploited the people that are exploited by And you know six months later. I had songs for an album. So they put out the album propaganda man With the help of sometimes collaborator gary tanin. Who assisted me with mixing and mastering the album. And i think within a couple of weeks somebody have the video of the song propaganda man. So that's that's in the works and really tight about that awesome gary. Gary was involved with this project. Jesus did either my mastering. Because we're we're working rotary week. We can all get together. I was just like impractical to send him all the tracks. So i mix it myself and sometimes collaborator gary tanin who assisted me with mixing and

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Tired Of Binge Watching (MM #3806)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Tired Of Binge Watching (MM #3806)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. A year and a half ago, most of America started to binge watching things. Have people still do it to this day, whether it's on Netflix or Hulu or HBO Max or whatever it is or Disney+. Oh my gosh, we've got so many binge watching choices now. But I found myself binge watching less and less. If I'm going to binge watch something, it's whatever's on the television right then on cable because I'm too tired of having to pay that close of attention. Now it's true there are some shows I've got to watch and I will continue watching no matter how many episodes they put up. But they're only putting out 6 to ten a year or 6 to ten every couple of years. I'm fully invested in those shows. But with a lot of shows, the lava season one, you binge watch that and season two comes out 6 8 ten months later and you're like, well, I'm not sure maybe I will watch, maybe I won't and season three comes along and you're like, well, I have to go back and watch season two. That means I have to watch season three and now I'm 20 episodes down. It's just as easy to turn the TV on and find something to watch and watching it for however long you watch it. I find myself when I'm binge watching, watching a whole lot more TV and doing a whole lot less. Maybe that's the problem.

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Tired Of Binge Watching (MM #3806)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Tired Of Binge Watching (MM #3806)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. A year and a half ago, most of America started to binge watching things. Have people still do it to this day, whether it's on Netflix or Hulu or HBO Max or whatever it is or Disney+. Oh my gosh, we've got so many binge watching choices now. But I found myself binge watching less and less. If I'm going to binge watch something, it's whatever's on the television right then on cable because I'm too tired of having to pay that close of attention. Now it's true there are some shows I've got to watch and I will continue watching no matter how many episodes they put up. But they're only putting out 6 to ten a year or 6 to ten every couple of years. I'm fully invested in those shows. But with a lot of shows, the lava season one, you binge watch that and season two comes out 6 8 ten months later and you're like, well, I'm not sure maybe I will watch, maybe I won't and season three comes along and you're like, well, I have to go back and watch season two. That means I have to watch season three and now I'm 20 episodes down. It's just as easy to turn the TV on and find something to watch and watching it for however long you watch it. I find myself when I'm binge watching, watching a whole lot more TV and doing a whole lot less. Maybe that's the problem.

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Tired Of Binge Watch... (MM #3806)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Tired Of Binge Watch... (MM #3806)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. A year and a half ago, most of America started to binge watching things. Have people still do it to this day, whether it's on Netflix or Hulu or HBO Max or whatever it is or Disney+. Oh my gosh, we've got so many binge watching choices now. But I found myself binge watching less and less. If I'm going to binge watch something, it's whatever's on the television right then on cable because I'm too tired of having to pay that close of attention. Now it's true there are some shows I've got to watch and I will continue watching no matter how many episodes they put up. But they're only putting out 6 to ten a year or 6 to ten every couple of years. I'm fully invested in those shows. But with a lot of shows, the lava season one, you binge watch that and season two comes out 6 8 ten months later and you're like, well, I'm not sure maybe I will watch, maybe I won't and season three comes along and you're like, well, I have to go back and watch season two. That means I have to watch season three and now I'm 20 episodes down. It's just as easy to turn the TV on and find something to watch and watching it for however long you watch it. I find myself when I'm binge watching, watching a whole lot more TV and doing a whole lot less. Maybe that's the problem.

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NHL Unveils 2021-22 Schedule With Realigned Divisions, Debut of Seattle Kraken

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

NHL Unveils 2021-22 Schedule With Realigned Divisions, Debut of Seattle Kraken

"The NHL set out two versions of the 2021 22 season one includes a pause for the Beijing Winter Olympics, and if those games are scratched, the NHL will go to Plan B. Last season, there were only 56 regular season games separated by Canada and U. S divisions. The 2021 22 season goes back to normal. The Seattle cracking a part of an opening night doubleheader October 12th taking on the Golden Knights in Vegas and their first home match and climate pledge arena, October 23 against the Vancouver connects. The cracking have traded away, one of the players they selected in last night's expansion

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The Hero from Season One

Scuba Shack Radio

08:03 min | 7 months ago

The Hero from Season One

"It's time for another installment of si-hun it's still alive and this time we're going back to season one episode twenty-six the hero and it premiered on july fifth nineteen fifty eight sixty three years ago on my third birthday. The hero opens up with mike underwater. Telling us these working with. Dr george snider on a project to turn ocean plants into food. Apparently they need funding for their research. And that's where a millionaire elliot conway and his wife. Gloria come in you see. Elliot is a big game hunter and he wants to take his hunting underwater and he wants to hunt for sharks and giant squid only problem. He doesn't know how to dive. He needs mike to teach him and gloria so he can bag. What's down there. Mike price five thousand dollars now since it's going to research glorious says it's a worthy cause and a tax write off elliot agrees to pay like twenty five hundred dollars upfront and the remaining twenty five hundred when he gets his first shark. So now they're off to a place known for sharks portable ongko and they go in elliott's private plane and that plane. Looks like a dc. Three named misguided gal now. Puerto blanco is on the west coast of south america. A small fishing village with a new hotel. Not much more. Just as they're getting off the plane guy comes running up and he introduces himself as dr gomez. Any needs to use of elliott's plane to get a sick child to a hospital over three hours away. Elliot agrees so now. They're all set to start their scuba training. And mike tells. Gloria things will be okay if elliott follows all precautions glorious says he never does mikes response he better now before they start training mike scouts out the deep area offshore for sharks. We see a variety of sharks white tips black tips and even some clown fish interesting. Now we start to see what scuba training was like in nineteen fifty eight. Mike takes the couple through snorkeling skills and then talks about how the equipment is delicate and technical. He tells them there is only one way and that is safely theory in practice. That's what it takes. But elliott is getting impatient in the next scene we see mike demonstrating what happens when a balloon is inflated at depth and brought up boom. Goes the balloon back on the boat. Mike tells them it's called an air. Embolism and you must always excel. Exhale as you extend. Gloria asks mike. How fast and he tells her no faster than your bubbles. Elliott wants to know. When do we stop learning and go hunting. He wants his shark. Glorious says she's tired and wants to sit out the next dive. Elliot tries to coax her into diving. But mike says it's dangerous to dive if you're tired so now we switch back to the hotel and we can clearly see the tension between elliott gloria. Gloria tells mike that that elliott is a mixed up millionaire. He's an architect. Who inherited the conway oil company when his father was killed in an auto accident. Elliott doesn't want to really be an architect anymore. Just a big game hunter. Now elliott comes into the scene and he's carrying a spear gun that he's all proud of its cocked and loaded. Mike is furious and he and elliot start to argue. And in the argument elliot drops the spear gun. It goes off narrowly missing gloria and lodging in palm tree. Now we switch back underwater. Mike says elliott has be elliott has become pretty good. Shot with the spear gun. And they're shooting at this target. That set up kind of lake for archery. But mike says he just needs to stop pointing a gun at mike. Now we switch back to land where mike. Gloria elliott are working on camera to document the shark on elliott. Says he wants to order. Chicken cacciatore for dinner might tell them. Oh no that's too spicy before diving. Says okay good now. Probably order to and elliot goes off. It's just mike gloria now. Gloria tells mike she's unhappy made a big mistake in marrying elliot. Mike tries to console her and she tells mike he's sweet and she puts her head on his chest. Elliot sees this and is upset. What's going to happen when they go on the shark hunt the next morning. They are at the dive site. Mike cuisine i finds a shark and is ready to take them down for the hunt. Just as soon as you can get the bait ready now. The three of them are down below at seventy five feet. Gloria has the camera as mike elliott head off to the hunt just end we switched to the surface in a boat is approaching. Its dr gomez. He needs elliott's playing again. As you get close to the dive boat. He throws his anchor over the side and it crashes down into gloria breaking her rag might just happens to look back and sees the glory is in trouble and they both rush back elliott steps in and starts buddy breathing with gloria the sharks. Fresh off debate sense trouble. As the big one continues to circle. Mike is impressed. With elliott's calmness and sends them to the surface while mike fights a rearguard action again and he spears the big shark. We then see all the divers back on board and dr gomez says we must go sure back at the hotel. Elliott s mike. Why don't they haven't hospital here. In puerto blanco might tells him. It's always money. Justin dr gomez emerges and skulls mike for letting gloria dive in her condition. She's expecting a child in six months. And dr gomez congratulates elliott by saying congratulations senor. Now you need to take her back to the states to the hospital. That does elliott is going to build a hospital in portable. Ongko and keith tells mike it'll be done in six months. Mike says that can't be done elliott. Replies you don't know me when i go to work elliott conway the hero. You'd recognize him. That's larry hagman. J are jr ewing from dallas or tony nelson from my dream of jeannie Mike nelson tony nelson coincidence. Who knows

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In the Circle With Deleesa

Therapy for Black Girls

02:18 min | 7 months ago

In the Circle With Deleesa

"So excited to have you here today to lisa so excited to be here honored. Actually yes so. We are all huge fans of the circle. We were on season one. And then it feels like y'all really came in hot in the second season right and i'm guess some benefit of like having watched the first season but it really feels like people came in with their strategies and like how they were planning to win this thing much like real social media you know this is kind of social media can be curated in there some things that are like shiny in that real and other things are very genuine and it really feels like you were able to call so base a real connections with people that lasted even after the finale. Can you say more about like how you feel like you managed to do their -absolutely throughout the entire game. I was really being myself is redundant to constantly say you know. I was so genuine but i really was. When you're speaking to other players in the circle that's still only communication. You have with the outside world so everything is amped up times one hundred so when you're talking to somebody and you say i made a connection you really made that connection and it extended beyond the game for all of us. I think honestly In are you still in contact with any of the players. I talk to all the players. I've even communicated with season one cast everybody great. I have to say that the circle is just a different type of reality show and the love really does extend outside the show. The support encouragement like the friendships. Like we all encourage each other we promote each other. We chat and gossip. And where actually friends. I know people probably. I don't know if they don't believe it. Or it's just taboo but we really are in this many call. That is cool because you don't always see a dead with reality so definitely not reality. Shows like the drama that goes on or like a you know you can kinda tell sometimes like people were fronting for the show. You know like all. This group of girls are always Part of this group in his life. But we don't see you hanging out outside the show. I don't get to be there because a lot of them are in la but there's a lot of pictures of us hanging out you know. We constantly on instagram live constantly on video. Chat texting each other facetime. Each other is true. Connections furrow

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Harry Kane Tells Tottenham Hotspur He Wants to Leave

ESPN FC

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Harry Kane Tells Tottenham Hotspur He Wants to Leave

"The news breaking in the uk skysports reporting. Joel's harry kane has told spurs. He wants to leave in the summer. Don he's been confirmed now by by people at the club. The hurricane is now officially handed transfer request but made donna. Livia where he wanted to leave. The cemetery was hoping that the club will go. There could be a quick transfer. Hopefully being all done before the start of the euros which is obviously very ambitious and very optimistic but we intend signs before in what hurricane. We're seeing certain interview saying let's see where i am next season. Let's hear the end of the season. One gonna do next. Those kinds of signs are maybe before i think. He's lost patients in in in waiting for trophies spurs maybe not fitting for everything that is given to the club. The club has giving him back teams around him that could go and win and challenge trophy china's premier league titles and others. He came very close. Many times lost all those finals. And maybe now he felt it was better fame to move away from spurs and continuous carrier. Some words let's money. Let's talk contract yours. How much is he going costs. And who can afford him so hurricanes got three years left on his current contract. Uh spurs he turns. Twenty eight at the end of july and the price is pretty straightforward. I think he's one hundred and fifty million pounds. This is why it is the problem our weekend and his agent with harvey's right don't want to send to any other english clubs no rival clubs the only idea for them if they were to go and it's someone could pay. That fee will be only to a foreign club and again abrode. There's not many clubs right now. We can afford became the g. Probably one of them. I guess by an munich you really wanted to. But now we live on skiing team run madrid if they can get the money together maybe one. Oh wait for erling haaland for example. Don't have the money for sure right now. So options are limited outside of the uk and in the uk. We know that she made contacts with hurricanes agent. But it could be. A problem is i. Don't want to sent to them.

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When Should You Pivot Your Podcast's Subject?

Podcasting Q&A

02:15 min | 9 months ago

When Should You Pivot Your Podcast's Subject?

"Today's question comes from greg. Yes this is greg collins. I have the podcast substitute teachers lounge with you guys. It's it's done pretty well recorded about eighty episodes as you can expect. It is very much a niche market and at times it has been a popular enough to get one hundred downloads a day. It's been ranked as high as number fifteen in education for kids and apple. But as you might expect right now it struggling more because as more and more schools are on virtual. Learning fewer substitute teachers are needed. So my question is this. Should i change my title. Should i just you know. Hang in there until the worst of this is over a lot of advisors for teachers to but teachers very much more saturated. So what would you be your advice. Be for a niche podcast. That is currently struggling. Should i hang on our water. Some of the things. I could try. Thanks for your question. Greg for most podcast listeners. The subject of your podcast synonymous with the identity of your podcast. Which makes sense since. Most podcasts revolve around the central theme or subject. But what happens when you're ready to change the subject of your podcast. Today's video will talk about the reasons why you would want to pivot your podcast subject in the strategies to do it successful for starters you could find yourself in a similar position to greg's where you find that your podcast subject has undergone major industry changes that has impacted your ability to produce effective and relevant content. Or maybe your podcast subject. Something topical or time sensitive or your favorite netflix. Show that you were playing launch. An awesome podcast just got cancelled after season. One can you believe the audacity of net flicks a cancel it after season. One if your reasons aren't related to relevancy or industry changes. Maybe you've gone a point in your podcast journey where your passion for the subject. Just isn't what it used to be as someone who's been podcasting since two thousand thirteen about comic books my passion for the subject has definitely wayne. I've also considered altering my podcast subject to something different. If you're at this point in your journey maybe it's a good time for you to consider pivoting your podcast subject to something that lines. Closer to your current passions.

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HBO Reveals Photos From Game of Thrones Prequel House of the Dragon

Lori and Julia

01:11 min | 9 months ago

HBO Reveals Photos From Game of Thrones Prequel House of the Dragon

"But, um, you know, House of Dragon House of the Dragon is the prequel to Game of Thrones and Matt Smith, who played young Prince Philip and season one in two of the crown, which we loved. He basically In a blond wig, and he joined this woman who's in a million Clarke lookalike. Emma Darcy on the beach. They're filming in Cornwall, England, and all I can think of is that this Emma Darcy must be She's a tar Jerry in so she's related to You know that anyway? It just It's 300 years before the game of Thrones. Syriza's Oh, okay, He's dressed as Prince Damon to Gary in. Well, then there's gonna be a ton of Reagan's because, remember, there were only three left right. There's 10, and he's got long ice blonde wig and shooting on this windy Holly Well, Bay Beach in Cornwall, confirming that that southwest coast of England will be a key location. And of course they let us let they release these photos. You got them out there because who knows when we're going to see this show, but Definitely and looking at the

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How Natalie W Won Survivor: Gabon

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

How Natalie W Won Survivor: Gabon

"We're focusing on two groups of p of winners for these podcasts. Those who make us wonder how they won and those who did such a good job that we think it's worth discussing them so far we've mostly done the former category and that's where we are again today with natalie Have to admit. Even as i watched the whole season and especially the final tribal council. I still found myself wondering how the heck one based solely on what we saw on tv but that just reminds us how important it is for us to follow our path like we always do during the normal survivor season which is comparing how she played the rules. I originally wrote way back after season one. And of course comparing russell's players well because much like we saw in the case of fabio perhaps multiplied several times over natalie's win is directly linked with the losses of russell and mick mostly russell

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Lord of the Rings Series Will Cost Amazon $465m

TV's Top 5

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Lord of the Rings Series Will Cost Amazon $465m

"Over at amazon is worth from. It's a story from late last week. The retail giant's highly anticipated. Lord of the rings will cost an eye popping four hundred and sixty five million dollars for its first season. According to the new zealand government's official information act filing. Yeah i'm gonna say that again one more time just to let it sink. Four hundred sixty five million dollars for one season of television and we don't even know how many episodes it's going to be. My understanding is that that figure includes the acquisition of the rights. So i don't know that anyone really knows what that figure entails because we reported that the rights alone were north of two hundred and fifty million dollars just for global rights alone to the property. But that's still an awful lot for one season of television usually those rights. You amortize the cost. Over the life of the series so that the first season drops down cetera. The shows already been renewed for season two. I think it's already you know. The plan is for five seasons in spinoff. so are they trying to amortize. That cost over. Are they gonna shoot seasons one and two back to back and this is quote unquote one-season a television that stretches over into two seasons of of television and and and the budget is that for two full seasons. I don't know either way. That is an eye popping number and if it doesn't include global rights even if you take out that to fifty a crazy amount of money it's still like more than more than double the cost of what a season of game of thrones would cost it's astounding. It is a tremendous amount of money and a tremendous amount of money for a show which has no costly above the line talent. It's not like the eight hundred and fifty people who are starring in that show are making a million dollars per episode. They are being paid. One would presume a reasonable amount. Let's just say eight a non impressive amount because they're not stars. You're not spending this money on cast. You're spending this money on on rights and production sets and costumes and and the global rights like we talked about. You know like yeah this. This number doesn't make any sense to me. It's a lot of money this a lot

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Amazon Cancels 'Lord of the Rings' Massive Multiplayer Online Game

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

Amazon Cancels 'Lord of the Rings' Massive Multiplayer Online Game

"Shelling out an epic $465 million for season one of its Lord of the Rings TV adaptation. Cos. Games unit is canceled plans to send players to Middle earth, Amazon and ink to deal to develop the game with Leo Technologies, a Hong Kong based games company. But after Chinese conglomerate 10 Cent acquired the Hong Kong company in December, Amazon intense scent failed to reach a deal on revised contract terms for the Lord of the Rings game.

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Seattle Mariners open the 2021 season

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

01:38 min | 10 months ago

Seattle Mariners open the 2021 season

"At T Mobile Park fans will be back into the stands and our Mariners insider Shannon Dreyer is here. Theo, tell us what we could expect the season first, You must be pretty excited to see the fans back. Oh, yeah, It's absolutely thrilled to get to see people come into the ballpark, and I really didn't know until they weren't there. Just the impact that they have and the energy that they bring to a stadium and then just, you know the idea that this is really the first kind of mass live event in Seattle. Since the end of March last year. Ah, a lot of excitement surrounding all of this. This should be the year where all the agony of the previous years is finally behind us, and the team can start to sing. Yeah, you hope so, you know, Unfortunately, under the original plan, that's absolutely would have been that year. But last year season, which was to be a developmental season, the opportunity Get the young players. We all full season in the big leagues and get their legs under them turned out to be just two months. So you know, I I don't know how much they can accelerate through this year and by the end point to be where they hope to be. It's you've got to be realistic and realized how much was lost last year. But being down in spring training for three weeks, they think the imagination does start to wander a little bit because we saw some great performances from not only the young stars they're going to start the season with the big league squad, but the ones that are kind of come come up during the year. So, Yeah, I think that at the very least, I think this team should finish very strongly. And I think people should have a good feeling about it. That the group that they put together as the potential to be something special. I think I'm very out of touch with the

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Manson scores in OT to lead Ducks to 3-2 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Manson scores in OT to lead Ducks to 3-2 win over Blues

"The doctor raised to two nothing deficit and beat the blues three two one Josh Manson's overtime goal Mason scored his first of the season one forty two into O. T. on a pass from goaltender if any stores some of the wall and I felt like I was in a bit of pressure and I don't want to turn it over so I just read the backstory and they thought they could get a change I think is about there for a bit installing made have the awareness to specific back up to me which was which is a great player giving Anaheim its first winning fifteen games this season when trailing after two periods Adam Henrique in camp valor also scored as stores made thirty seven saves in his first start of the season Ryan a rally in Vladimir Tarasenko scored for the blues who have gone five into in their last seven home games I'm Dave Ferrie

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'Work of Art' Recap

Rob Has a Podcast

01:51 min | 10 months ago

'Work of Art' Recap

"We're going to be talking about season. Two episode one of the barabbas a work of art colon the next great artists. And we're here with a great artist of many mediums including podcasting. Please welcome back chapelle. Chapelle how are you drive. I'm excited as usual. And i'm actually kinda surprised that you've never heard about this one so i'm ready to get. You would think that this would be in my wheelhouse. Twenty ten twenty eleven in sort of like the early days of rob has a podcast. What else did i have to do. But i was not paying attention. I just one missed me. Yeah i could see why it misses you. I'm sure we'll get into it a lot later but this is very much a show. That's in the same old as like your project runway atop schiff bravo at found a formula. That worked where we grab a group of people we give them a workstation. We give them a task. Can we eliminate them at the end of the episode. And they've done it six or seven times at this point and this is just one of the ones that have come across our desk. And so yeah i could see where it gets overlooked. But i think it's actually a good show talk about interesting crevice. We'll talk about it here today. just upfront. Want to mention that if you missed us last week we got to talk about season. One episode one of beauty and the geek with jenny autumn. We had so much fun going through that people said they really enjoyed hearing that podcast. And so i really feel like that spell. I thought we stumbled onto something here of watching an episode of a show and we came into this month. Saying let's find one show to watch the whole thing. But i'm having so much fun bouncing around in time.

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Ben Silverman - Ececutive Producer of The Office

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

07:21 min | 10 months ago

Ben Silverman - Ececutive Producer of The Office

"How did you discover the uk version of the office. I was at my friend. Henrietta conrad's house. I was not an agent. I had left being an agent where i had found everything from who wants to be a millionaire to cracker queer as folk and had translated them into america as the packaging agent and i laughed. Backed by barry diller to start my own company called rally and i had just begun reveling in win over to london for a work trip and was staying at my friend. Henrietta conrad's house and we were watching television. And i was literally flipping the channels and i came on to the office. This is episode one or two okay of the uk season one office. Wow and i was watching it. I wondering if it was for comedy or for real than quickly recognized what it was doing single camera no laugh track faux documentary with people who felt real and i kept watching and started laughing. And it's really hard to make me laugh. And i was falling in love with the show in that moment and then i started thinking about it the next day in the morning and i asked henrietta if she knew ricky gervais as and she said no but her friend dan. Mazer did and we organized and had dinner with dan that night. Which are twenty four hours after you after you see it for the first time on television. You're having dinner with someone who could get you to ricky. Yes and additionally. I also wanted to be with dan. Dan was sasha baron. Cohen's partner allergy was on television. Was allie ardor your then no in the uk okay. But i'm with dan mazer yep. Dan is lovely brilliant in his own. Right and i start peppering questions about the office. And he gives me ricky cell phone number and so the next day. I call ricky around eleven o'clock in the morning and introduce myself on the phone and say i'd love to meet you. Are you in town. He goes actually. Yes me in soho at the starbucks this afternoon and i coordinate a meeting and i spent an hour with ricky talking about the office and very quickly we got along because we both love television and he truly was making me laugh even in those moment right over over the coffee at starbucks and so he clearly had chosen the location of the starbucks because he then says to me oh good news. My agent is right around the corner. Let's go meet with them so it was almost like he met me confirmed. I was okay roy. Conversation was interesting and then we walked over and met with dunkin' as his agent. And then duncan and i began a three month process to secure the rights. And it wasn't until dunkin. Help me unlock it. All that i realized. Both the bbc and ricky controlled the rights. I needed ricky and stephen merchant to actually get it done and agitate to get it done otherwise. It was never going to get done. Got it so you you deal with the bbc. And you deal with ricky steven. You have this partnership in place and where do you go into the united states. I immediately start making phone calls and saying. Are you aware of the show the office. Do you know what it is. Do you think it would interest you. And this is probably now a month after are so run. The show has started to gain buzz. It's aired its cycle in the uk. Its initial six episodes and so it has an awareness. Now it's a thing right not a big thing but to anyone in england it in the television industry. You're aware so. I'm i'm back at the states reaching out to people one of the incredible things about hollywood which was a huge advantage for me to do. Well was that people in hollywood are pretty insular and don't like to travel. They think you need a passport to get from burbank to beverly hills. That is travel and so many people at this time in american television had no clue connection about anything beyond la. Right and only one exac at the time knew what i was talking about was a guy named nick grad. Who worked at fx and he knew what the show was and he loved the show. Kevin riley was running fx. At the time. I'd gone to less mooned us he passed. I went to gail berman. She passed immediately. Didn't get it. Hbo said we'll never do a remake. They clearly have altered that thinking that that time they were like. We won't do a format and showtime wasn't doing shows like this right. I didn't go to abc. 'cause i just knew it wasn't abc. Right and i was starting to tease. Nbc with it and kevin than got named the head of nbc. And i bring it up to him. And i say would you wanna do it here and kevin says absolutely little. Did he know he was actually my only buyer that time. He was the only one right who wanted everyone else. All of television everyone else had passed. Now are you in kevin's like let's do it. Like let's let's make it. You know i'll give you a pilot movement and then kevin's boss though. Who is very involved in his life. Jeff zucker didn't really like it that much because it was his single camera. Nola back injury. I got it like it was a hard pill for them to swallow. I was also like they didn't want the game show back in prime time when i brought millionaire. Everyone thought that was cheesy. Daytime like no no. This will change. Tv know you gotta look at it from how to push the genre and pushed the envelope. So that you can expand versus always play for defense right and i was like this is another level and this is potentially transformative of television and with that can come great great

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Are being built there. That's that's the thing I would be looking to Max myself in my own recording so that that might be something in general for you folks your wish list to be on the lookout for well. Hopefully we I mean this has been absolutely wonderful Jason like you've been amazing and so I would love to have you back but hopeful We don't have to have you back to talk about the specific. Yeah, let's see what happens. It's a 2020 still got a few surprises in store. I'm sure but let's hope that wage. Let's have these guys. Just stay online. So Kelly, yes, JJ. I I think I think you you're going to love this. Well, I mean as much as anyone can love an unbelievable, but I think you're going to enjoy this one. Okay, so so tell me if you've been there cuz I know I have for sure, you know, you're in the situation it's late at night. You're tired. You're on the road. You've been working super late. I know that you and I both are Insomniac so like you're up right? I'm so glad you tell yourself. Hey, you know what? I'm going to go do I'm going to get a donut and some coffee. Yeah. That sounds great. And I I don't know are there is like Dunkin Donuts a big thing in in Detroit to or like in Michigan. I mean, it's not like Boston level big thing, but it's it's there. It's definitely a business. Okay? Yeah. It's the first sort of the same way like it's there but it's not the defendant. But anyway off cuz I have a New Englander husband. So like I know the Dunkin is important. But anyway so sadly cuz you know that these always turned. Yes. So a man in a Coney Island Dunkin Donuts he had to Let's go awry for him all because he didn't know how to carry a gun safely and shouldn't have been carrying a gun at all. I'm getting scared. Okay, so video from inside the Dunkin Donuts chose this thirty-four-year-old man adjusting his pants as he strolls into the donut show. I don't like her this is going I'm somehow not noticing his loaded weapon falling out onto the ground, Okay. Now the jokes sort of write themselves because the three police officers who were they're also getting coffee and donuts. Oh gosh didn't notice and luckily they should be able to confiscate the gun and thank goodness and and peacefully arrest the man and as a way better than I expected. I'm grateful for that. Even though it is ridiculous. Okay, I could tell I thought that you were you were thinking this is going to go real south. But yeah, the man was charged him. Being charged with felony criminal possession of a loaded firearm. He wasn't supposed to have firearms just thinking about how real life The Stranger Than Fiction sometimes and this is one of those incidences where it's like if you if someone wrote a novel or something and made up that they were police officers getting donuts. I would have been like had a cliche but it actually happened..

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Are we getting a return on our investment? And based on where my city is is by police department my my social safety net and they're the ones that are dealing with mental illness or substance abuse or homelessness. I don't know. Maybe a little a little different but there should be an analysis saying who's most equipped to deliver those Social Services. They may not be the police department. You know now when I look at the way I look at it more as like, some reallocation who's most equipped to deliver the expectations to deliver on what are our community members asking what our system is asking who's most equipped to deliver that and that wasn't trying investment data analysis should be going on all the time. Not seeing isn't going to admit should be going on but these are four year their conversations. It can be an alarm for us entity in that Community is not equipped to deliver the expectations. The citizens are asking for about also say this wage. Is a tough conversation being okay, if you wanted the money for the police department, do you have the infrastructure to assume the responsibilities that you are with me ask your Police Department to do but I do think every Community should be doing this analysis every citizen. I'm a citizen again has the right to ask these questions about to hold their public servants accountable. And then lastly we should also be doing what holding our elected officials accountable. Look. I don't know a police chief that I've met that he or she is not what responding to listening understanding the needs of what the mayor the city council the County Commissioners the city managers and I think sometimes you also offer all elements accountable to what actually gets done on the ground and I think this is a perfect time to sort of try and bring it back because well, I think the conversation we've been having is incredibly important. I think some people who who may are regular listeners of the podcasts are like why kind of get how this is related to gun violence. But you know, why is Brady wise a gun violence prevention organization posting this conversation and getting into this conversation? I mean, I think it goes back to a lot of what Clayton said, which is that when you're talking about violence, you're not just talking about, you know, an interaction between perpetrator of the violence and the victims of the violence that you have to kind of zoom out and look at the whole system and structure that goes to the root causes of it..

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"About gun prevention and start talking about gun safety. I don't know if you've the two of you remember that but I was trying to do that was that we read off every time we talk about gun prevention that was a code word for people on the other side of the spectrum saying they want like guns. They don't want to they don't want me to hunt. They don't me to go to rodeos. They don't want to have protection and all we were saying was we don't want our kids dying in school. So if we could agree on that and stop talking about taking away their guns and talk about gun safety. We might get some place. So that's where my whole wage. Newtown that's where all changed for me where I realized I am a second amendment Advocate but I have to do it in the context of good faith conversations with people with whom I don't understand and I don't agree with and and I I agree with you that I think for me the growth of gun intelligence is where we should be headed. And when I look at how my knowledge of gun is a Volvo became as a result of me having conversations with members of our mosque who were gun owners and they were police officers or they were Corrections Officers. In fact, they were explaining to me their relationship with the weapons that they had and why they had the weapons that they that they had and how they understood that those weapons just where it should be used. And I think they realize, you know a perhaps the the language, you know again Mark that you were talking about understanding the language of Gunther's There's in the intent that they have in regard to why they have a weapon in the first place and if if we can shape the understanding of that so that the priority is not placed on having the gun, but the priority is placed on preserving the human life that sometimes may be necessary to use a gun in order to save that life. Then I think we may be moving in a direction that can bring about a more intelligent understanding of what a gun is supposed to be used for than in their lives to me. That's the education component that we all have to go through you have to go through that curve of understanding. Okay. Well if if gun ownership is a reality that we have to face them. Do we make the ownership of that gun? And how do we make the owner of that government more intelligent owner know that doesn't become a weapon of Destruction. It becomes a weapon of preservation wage. Well, what we've discovered in the thirteen years that we've known each other we agree on so much more than we disagree on and to be able to engage in conversations to to lower the temperature to depolarize to come up with a place where there's Mutual understanding and respect particularly around this area of guns. Yeah. I think we have to come to the realization. That guns are real they exist and when you start separating people and you start margin a thousand people and you start using, you know stereotyping people then the weapon becomes a weapon that ultimately becomes an expression of that bigotry a weapon of that prejudice a weapon of that mercilessness. And so what we have to do more of is we have to find a way to bring about more compassion more Mercy dead. More Justice and more fair dealing about how we get to know each other better so that hopefully we don't result in violence with respect to our differences. Not only do I get a Amen to that but I would say that it might be the synagogue the mosque the church that can be the placed that convenes those kinds of that, Miss sacred conversations that instead of us doing what everyone else is doing in society, which is gathering with people that look like us Act Like Us think like us speak like us which is easy at the echo chamber and watch t like, uh, since the echo chamber. Why can't we be the place that says that even here when we different than Thanksgiving at your home, which is also be off Battlefield and and I don't know if the religious movements of any religion or playing enough of that role. I think all of us are still falling into it's easy to be around with people. With people that agree with us, but the real progress is made by being with people here each other who are different than one another they move. Amen. I think we can all say Amen. Thank you all so much for for coming on the podcast. This has been an absolute pleasure and definitely some food for thought Q thank you. I wish there was a better way to each Edition into this section. But so did you ever play Cowboy as a kid, you know, like toiling your six-shooter Around Your Finger stomping around and Boots planning on riding your horse up into the hills. Probably I know a lot of people have however, as you know guns aren't toys. So if you happen to own a firearm don't be like this thirty-six-year-old, Florida man who will playing cowboy and twirling his gun shot himself in the leg Yeah, just picture that for a second additionally as the man was a convicted felon. He shouldn't have even owned the guns again. Repeat guns are not toys don't play Cowboy with them another thing on to play around with so-called Sanctuary cities so long. I have to start with an update on these from gun-rights Advocates and militia members from around the country are urging thousands of armed protesters to descend on Virginia's capital later this month too. Some newly empowered Democrats from passing gun violence prevention bills among the bills being considered are you know measures to ban assault weapons to ban high-capacity magazines to ban bump stocks and silencers to require background checks on all firearms sales and transfers to cap handgun purchases at 1 per month and to create an extreme risk law. Sometimes called a red flag law now the Virginia citizens defense week, which is the Grassroots organization planning. The rally said it has told the state to prepare for as many as fifty thousand or even a hundred thousand people showing up to make their opinion known on the 20th. Which month. So happens to be the same day as the annual gun violence prevention Martin Luther King Lobby day in Richmond. Sadly. We also lost a beloved Advocate Dustin Parker a founding member of Oklahomans for equality was found fatally shot early New Year's Day Parker is believed to be the first violent death of a transgender or gender-nonconforming person in 20, 20 of them more than a hundred fifteen on victims of anti-transgender violence from 2013 to the present day. Approximately two-thirds of those killed were victims of gun violence. We also lost writer and producer Silvio horta who is perhaps best known for his creation Ugly Betty Sylvia who was only forty-five died due to suicide by firearm court is writing was known for bringing a sneak diverse face to television as well as highlighting social issues particularly those featuring The lgbtq and Latin X communities, but to end on an uplifting note, I can't log All go out there in the world with sadness one of the largest school districts in the country Fairfax School District in Northern Virginia has decided to help its student body become more involved in issues. They care about starting January 21st will let it's nearly a hundred eighty-nine thousand students use an excused absence every school year for one protest. They may want to attend the rise of student activism around hot-button issues, like gun violence prevention and even climate change have really galvanized the school board into looking at policies, which would make participating in protests and being engaged citizens just more accessible for students this page great and I would love to see more school districts around the country take this on as policy. Thanks for listening as always Brady's life-saving work and Congress the courts and took these across the country is made possible. Thanks to you for more information on Brady or how to get involved in the fight against gun violence, you know, please like And subscribe to this podcast get in touch with us at 4 a.m. Dot-org or find us on social at Brady Buzz or hey, do all three no judgment live your best life. Be brave out there and remember take action not sides..

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"We really did not have the resources in place. We were too big we didn't have the infrastructure in place by the time of Newtown. We had sort of lost our infrastructure. We were building up after the dog. Million mom March and then when we one of our board members was in deep conversations with Michael Barnes was President Brady at the time and Michael was very involved with Mothers Against Drunk Driving when he was a congressman. So he really liked the whole concept of giving Brady these this Grassroots arm these chapters and we at the time we had about two hundred thirty six chapters when we merged with that is when we kind of became an organization and we had policy people on board political people on board development people on board. So we sort of became a national office in a campaign chapters now called Lema Mark chapter sort of merged into Brady, you know, we needed them and they needed us we'd already been the Grassroots force behind some bills that were getting past Governor Pataki working with New Yorkers against gun violence was working a package of gun reform bills and he's Republican and when we came along he you know, he was so thrilled because he was dead. Constantly hearing from the other side. So we started to see you know bills getting passed and we knew had something to do with that. We were working with great organizations. And I think if in the vein of talking about how this Legacy continues, I'm wondering if maybe each of you can highlight some victories that came after the initial million. Mom March that our listeners might not know about I mean, we're talking about twenty years of History here. Yeah. I mean, I'm removing Spence Abraham from office was I think one of the most exciting things and incumbent and putting Debbie stabenow in place at a time when we needed that voice is pretty exciting and I think soon after that that Christmas I'll never forget the Michigan legislature passing in the middle of the night a bill that would turn CCW into a shall issue State as opposed to amaze you state but then wage Turned around in the winter and did a referendum on it and we were able to stop it from becoming law after we received 350 is 65,000 signatures, I believe and then and not through social media, right? No, we didn't have social media back. Then. We were out there in the cold in front of grocery stores and farmers markets and all sorts of places. Yeah, cuz this is this is Grassroots in the time before all of it before Facebook before Instagram..

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"And that's what we're saying. It's like if you have a A system that you know was built and put in place that didn't happen by the table. How can you trust that system and that system is what we're currently dealing with. I think from my personal experience that we have to flip the system all upside down and the dog Have everybody to the table to put it together. The system has to be rebuilt. Like we have to take you know, long breath deep breath and say, you know what we can do this but has to be every key stage at the table. It came out just be people from certain communities that I don't understand what it means to grow up in poverty or what it means to grow up to where you got one groceries. May I serve eighty thousand people, you know, like they they don't understand like those little things with every other day. You you hear gunshots, but yet you still supposed to go to school but you're still supposed to act like nothing as a current. It's just supposed to smile you still supposed to do the things where you're dealing with mental health stuff you're dealing with trauma and you're dealing with all these circumstances and then you also got to deal with with the law enforcement's that that's one of the irrational and and and and take things from you and your community and then it's like now that's system right there. It doesn't work. It has to be commercial. We flipped and they have to have people at the table who understand you. See now that that helps organization. It helps to the communities that they serving but then it also puts easy and everyone that you know, the government and the people that we electing are really truly believing in the work and trying to put an end to the violence and trying to put it into a gun violence off and talking about budgets and investment. I'm wondering what both of you think. Well first of all how you understand the differences between calls to defund month lease versus calls to reform police..

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Only you can can access especially with a young a young child in the home because kim curious and want to get into stuff. Yo as as she gets older as your life circumstances changing continuing to have these conversations about what are the risks. Sit whether it's unintentional shootings suicides intentional shootings and being open about that. I think that's a really important place for gun owners to sit and say yeah it's risky and here's what we're actually doing to mitigate those risks right the the examples you used with cars right so the auto industry is involved in the risk management right. The beverage industry is involved in the risk management. And i don't see the same participation from from gun manufacturers and that's that's troubling to right there is. We have a massive risk. It's a product that people would like to still purchase. The like still access would like to still use. And i feel like they've they've given up their responsibility in terms of mitigating risk there As an industry it seems odd to me that in all these other instances there's some legal restrictions on that or disincentivize at least for industry. And so that's one of the things when we think about some of these you policy ideas that can be more universally appealing to everyone you. We know that universal background checks polls incredibly high amount. But that's a very low hanging fruit. Yup something else. That i think is important to discuss really. Is you get gun owners involved in investing in research and safety side of these things because that that's not taking away the access to own guns but let's better understand the problem and let's really dig into what these mitigating solutions are that the industry can be part of food love to hear a little bit of your thoughts on how how to engage gun owners in the more investment. Getting them engaged in investing. Because that's not taking away guns. I think so i. I am a new york resident In new york recently passed legislation. Where you're responsible for Your firearm Irresponsible for to use Which means also responsible for securing it If you've not secured it properly and it's improperly used. You're on the hook to and i think as a i don't think that would be a hard sell for an awful lot of gun owners to go you have. They're not confused about it. They're not confused that they have a lethal instrument. In fact i think they're less confused than other folks are. They especially hunters. No cow things die And they're you know they watch movies ex military. No what happens there And and it's not some you know. Hollywood production they actually have seen it with their own eyes And they understand it all too. Well maybe but that. I think i think they understand securing it for that reason and i don't think you'd have a lot of objection there. I don't think you have a lot of objection over background checks. I don't i think there are a number of common sense places that you can get gun owners to the table and from there start opening up other conversations and and going okay is an ar fifteen really the right platform for what you're trying to do you know is that. Is that the best home defense weapon. Is that the best hunting platform And again i think in most cases you'll you'll hear you want you talk it out with folks that know what the weapons do and how they work. I think you'll hear a lot of knows. That's i think there are some common points where you can get almost every gun owner right so i don't know anybody that i shoot with. Were relatives who aren't for better background. Checks generally have not pulled any of them and had them go no. I don't have that make sense. So i think you've got a starting point with abroad. Gun owning community had a little pushback on safe securing you safely securing the weapon. Even they're not a lot right..

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"I mean, it's the essence of democracy. So it was a it was amazing and life-affirming experience. Well, it was you know, I don't remember the last month too much they could as I kept copious notes, it just started to really Escalade. To where it was almost out of control right after there was a shooting at the National Zoo in DC. We really started getting response from very conservative women who would identify themselves cells as such saying that they were gun owners but they believed in licensing and registration and background checks and that appearance just made people come to the issue. I think so diverse, you know, we were used to I think women more Progressive women taking these stands but now we had really solid conservative women kind of getting behind it right after that. We got the invitation to do Oprah and that was a moment because we had Now set up an office and national office Connie Rucker. We we borrowed Connie Rucker Faith radio organization. So we need somebody to run this thing someone who understands how to deal with volunteers. She deserves, you know profile in Courage award for that role because she ran a tight ship a 50. Answering phones and give you that information about where Park buses and such but I forgot to tell our webmaster people that I was doing Oprah and our website crashed because of the increase in calls and incoming emails and people wanting to join. So for the time the the March was approaching that we can we had to up our permit request from fifty thousand to a hundred thousand and that was getting pretty scary. And then I had to tell go to the White House and actually tell President Clinton he couldn't speak at our March because we couldn't afford the security and we we couldn't deal with the magnetometers that you know, the metal detectors. So, you know, you asked me out well how the day was it was really like weeks leading up to me was the world when and then nothing worse than having to tell the present United States that he cannot come to your Market. I looked like hell every TV appearance my hair in a ponytail ahead of like overalls. I never had I never had shoes that matched at any given point cuz I was literally on the road. Plus I still had a job working for like to a David Letterman and two little kids. I was going to say cuz in the book you talk about how you know in the midst of dealing with the clintons you're like and I've got a feed my children. Yes, so she can maybe make a buffet happen. Yeah, and I learned remember having to add to a volunteer. Can you take me to like Payless shoes? I got any two matching sneakers. I had no shoes that I don't know how I pack, you know on the way to Washington it was it was crazy times. But so instead of having the president and the first lady who would we would have loved to have had them on the mall addressing the crowd. We just didn't have the money down. You know, we were very shoestring, you know budget operation. And so so everything's are changed the night before and I had so little sleep. I was exhausted. We had just done like a town hall at the White House too long, then the morning of the.

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Parents are trying to retrofit the kitchen counter to figure out where to put the thing But that's it's it's a really unbelievably powerful voice that cuts through a lot of the political tension that cuts through a lot of the i. Dunno the the preconceived notions around who wants this new. Doesn't i think there's a number of common sense things talking about you know safe storage. I have told this story a few times to gun owners Live in an apartment in manhattan One evening i was having dinner with my daughter and somebody tried to break down my apartment door and steel door and i assume they had the wrong apartment. I don't know maybe some child. I suspended.

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"They're they come from the concert Play song you might expect to be disproportionately Republican, but but they're not Republicans. That's for sure. And I think that desegregation or that confusion. I think that's part of as you said it coming out sort of name of the internet where you're right, which I really like on message boards and things like 4chan like irony and eighteen levels of sarcasm or sort of the law of the land, but I'm wondering if if you think that why like a lot of what we see around the group in terms of their outward facing messaging, you know, why do you think it's intentional that they'll do things like wear Hawaiian print shirts or they'll have very me ma'am based, you know mainstream meme based, you know patches and things on their clothing even using, you know, instead of using the phrase buboy like the o y they spell it with i b o i which was a very internet e l From the early 2000s. Do you think that's intentional or do you think that's just sort of Internet culture bleeding over into into everything that they're doing? I mean, I think there's a couple of things that's I mean specifically off shirts, you know to the extent that they did recently pushed back from Facebook and it wasn't a lot at least initially, you know, they they sort of anticipated that that might happen and then began to experience it..

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"It's going to take a lot of you know, just Community effort in order to put for certain things to make sure that you know, we change the system from within and from without people try it like no one wants to keep getting pulled over by law enforcement. No one wants to keep going, you know the same old same old when all them Going to do is live. All I want to do is live and a lot of folks and how communities they are in survival mode because they've been surviving for so long that that's all they know. So when you got individuals in a survival mode and they're trying to move around or they're trying to you know, make sure certain things for they family is good, you know, if individuals around me willing to do anything anything wage and everything to anybody to because that's that's Survival Mode. They not living anymore because they they feel like it's not worth. It don't matter know regardless will happen. Everything will still be the same that's how they feel and and you know, that's what you know, we have to do and change that mindset on your holiday. You perceive certain things because if they always feel defeated and their survival mode, it's going to stop progress from family, you know, and then the places where it needs to be because they're not thinking about their future. They not thinking about nobody else feature. They thinking only in the present and that day to survive just for the next ledge dead. Kind of along with all the complexities that both of you have named In This Moment. One of the things that Society has been talking a lot about in the wake of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and off any other people's deaths is Public Safety and what does it mean and both of you, you know, please and also violence Interrupters are organizations that you know a bit claimed that the role is your role as part of Public Safety. So it's just went to how would both of you define your roles as they are right now and ideally off what way would you in a perfect world expect for your role to intersect with one another like my role really is ensure that their remission starts off with my service to bring other profession and to Noble and let me also say that it's my honor to serve law enforcement. I just think alarm with own all of it, you know, as someone says in a buck stops here and so dead. Part of that is how do we train and equip our Chiefs and our Sheriff's and all of our members and ensure our mission is being delivered. But the same time we just as accountable to our community stay cold, but I've said this main office Department of Justice that yes, we're law enforcement but everyday citizens have just as much say-so alone, you know it mother calling from Chicago had just as much say so as a board member as far as what she may be asking only if Mister she's requesting our services, so it's making sure that we had Noble have the resources to be able to respond accordingly and the same time there were able to leverage the influence of our members have really so much of these large cities whether you're looking at Boston or Chicago Detroit or Atlanta or you know, San Francisco. I mean all these cities have Noble Chiefs and our Sheriff's Office and so we have to take that responsibility though. My job is being a support mechanism in our.

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Of the very first questions that I wanted to ask all of you song. Was how is you know gun violence or how his gun violence prevention? How was that an issue of Faith? You know, is it a religious issue? And if so how well the root of the word religion religio in Latin which means to bind people together what brings people together now, of course, we all can cite incidents throughout history and in the current scene where religion divides people that I think the three of us thought Manifest this intent of bringing people together gun violence threatens life and we are committed to choosing life and to offering projects initiatives ideas actions that will promote life and reduce violence. Well, it's it's it's very much in my view a religious issue simply because my faith alislam it really the term aleykum selam means the surrender or the security or the safety and the fact that I wear the title of being Muslim means that I am obligated to promote birth. Serve and Protect the peace and so when there is gun violence that is within this assigned the duty and the responsibility that I as well as others who recognize the important issue of Peace within all of our faith tradition, we have a we're Duty bound to try and address those areas where violence is perpetrated. And so we have to try and understand that the human being is more important than the gun. We have to remind people that sometimes the gun as a tendency to take away from the human identity. So I want to check engine off for a moment because when I hear the question is this is your religious issue. It sounds like even though you didn't ask that but in this day and age given the polarity that we're living through the sounds and feels like isn't it more a communal or political issue than is religious issue don't want to stick the moment in differentiate the two for myself. So as a religious leader, I don't see myself ever birth. Really want to vote one party or another but I do look to find ethical and moral imperatives that I would encourage press agitate my name, my community to adhere to and then for them to take that in to vote a specific position based on the moral imperative something. So what's the ethical imperative here? It's a human life. And when this much human life is taken from us so easily and so seamlessly and so it's such a regular part of everyday life that the one thing that they the religion cannot do or does all the time is to offer thoughts and prayers that's now become a joke because that's just become sort of a line that people use when they don't want to do anything about it. So don't stand idly by The Book of Leviticus says that as a religious group groups our respective groups, we can't stand idly by if people are bleeding all around us, so that has, New Jersey Can do with being a Democrat or Republican has everything to do with protecting our society and I'll talk more when you know, you got deeper into this about how they're not mutually exclusive either but it can it can't not be religious when this many people are dying. I'll end by saying that the Book of Numbers says that you know, every single one of us is responsible for one another the way that people are shooting each other off like it's getting a slice of pizza on the on Broadway in Manhattan has made this something that is reached religious limits in my mind. I think the other thing JJ that I would like to add to the comments that we've shared is that God has Faith leaders, we are to remind people don't put their trust in those weapons of Destruction, but put our trust in God but trust in the strong in the power of Truth and put our trust and knowledge and righteousness the areas where the emphasis needs to be placed not on, you know, the safety that sometimes is like false sense of safety by having weapons wage. Your possession. I think the most important thing that that one can have in their possession is true knowledge and righteousness. I think as a result of that lives will become more secure. How how do you feel then about movies are people who suggest in the wake of shootings that seemed to Target religious places or institutions. So we've seen now mass shootings at mosques. We've seen them at temples. We seen them at Church's song about people who say well we need then armed guards and these holy spaces what a sort of your response to that. I think the real fault line in the debate it seems to me is that people who are trying are on the gun violence prevention side are making the argument have data to support it that more guns make people less safe. The gun rights people are saying more guns make people safer. There's no data that I have seen that suggests that but the impression is among people who own guns wage. They're armed. They will be safer. The data doesn't support that because what happens is is it's your engendering fear and the posture and the The Way Forward is all educated on fear. I think what we commit to and are are making a commitment for is is Hope is Hope and

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Than in our unbelievable, but segment we're talking not about men of the cloth but a man of Florida who is a want Tobe Cowboy. We'll get there finally seemed to share a news update that sadly begins with the death of a beloved trans rights Advocate but fortunately ends with youth being empowered in their right to protest as I said before I talk a lot, but we are in this together. So I'm so excited to have these three gentlemen on let's go ahead and jump right into it. So can all three of you just sort of introduce yourselves and you know, the the areas that serve my name is Mark Beckwith. I am the retired Bishop of the Diocese of Newark and Episcopal Diocese and I currently live in Massachusetts. But Matthew and Dean and I were working together on many things as well, which will tell you about. My name is Matthew courts. I'm a senior Rabbi congregation b'nai jeshurun in Short Hills, New Jersey. Good afternoon. My name is W Dean Sharif. I'm the man of Master drummer Gene in Irvington, New Jersey and the convener of the Council of imams in New Jersey. All right. Well, and so thank you so much for for coming on and I was wondering if you would get comfortable talking about you know, why it is that the three of you got grouped together. What is what is the work that all three of you do sort of as a unit began for me after a horrible shooting in, New Jersey? In August of two thousand and seven three college kids were set upon they're just talking behind their elementary school late one night. Three of them were killed and one survived and it was a level of violence. But the city of Newark haven't really experienced before and there were all sorts of responses. One of which was the desire to get the religious community together to figure out how we can join our wisdom in our our commitment together to reduce gun violence in the city of Newark and that's how I got to know both Imam Sharif and Rabbi gort's. So as long as pointed out we actually got started as a result of not having the very very privileged vision of being the senior advisor to at that time mayor Cory Booker the city of North and as a result of that initiated an Interfaith group that we became members of known as the north Interfaith Coalition for Hope and peace and as Mark wage, Now in 2007 and fortunately there was this incident of violence that took place and we picked up the banner of attempting to reduce the amount of gun violence in a gang violence that was taking place in the city of North and as a result of that we became not only members of this Coalition in terms of interfaith group. I like to think that we became friends as well and I'll jump on and say that I agree with everything that Mark convener said and what happened because the relationship became a friendship was that we started to Pulpit exchange and then we start to think about local issues that people start to see these guys actually really don't agree on everything respect each other very much and that's hard to get us invited on to some television programs. And then we ended up start off of our own has become a PBS show for the three of us quite a matter of faith and I will say it's an amazing show. Thank you. Thank you, one of the very first questions that I wanted to ask all of you song. Was how is you know gun violence or how his gun violence prevention? How was that an issue of Faith? You know, is it a religious issue? And if so how well the root of the word religion religio in Latin which means to bind people together what brings people together now, of course, we all can cite incidents throughout history and in the current scene where religion divides people that I think the three of us thought Manifest this intent of bringing people together gun violence threatens life and we are committed to choosing life and to offering projects initiatives ideas actions that will promote life and reduce violence. Well, it's it's it's very much in my view a religious issue simply because my faith alislam it really the term aleykum selam means the surrender or the security or the safety and the fact that I wear the title of being Muslim means that I am obligated to promote birth. Serve and Protect the peace and so when there is gun violence that is within this assigned the duty and the responsibility that I as well as others who recognize the important issue of Peace within all of our faith tradition, we have a we're Duty bound to try and address those areas where violence is perpetrated. And so we have to try and understand that the human being is more important than the gun. We have to remind people that sometimes the gun as a tendency to take away from the human identity. So I want to check engine off for a moment because when I hear the question is this is your religious issue. It sounds like even though you didn't ask that but in this day and age given the polarity that we're living through the sounds and feels like isn't it more a communal or political issue than is religious issue don't want to stick the moment in differentiate the two for myself. So as a religious leader, I don't see myself ever birth. Really want to vote one party or another but I do look to find ethical and moral imperatives that I would encourage press agitate my name, my community to adhere to and then for them to take that in to vote a specific position based on the moral imperative something. So what's the ethical imperative here? It's a human life. And when this much human life is taken from us so easily and so seamlessly and so it's such a regular part of everyday life that the one thing that they the religion cannot do or does all the time is to offer thoughts and prayers that's now become a joke because that's just become sort of a line that people use when they don't want to do anything about it. So don't stand idly by The Book of Leviticus says that as a religious group groups our respective groups, we can't stand idly by if people are bleeding all around us, so that has, New Jersey Can do with being a Democrat or Republican has everything to do with protecting our society and I'll talk more when you know, you got deeper into this about how they're not mutually exclusive either but it can it can't not be religious when this many people are dying. I'll end by saying that the Book of Numbers says that you know, every single one of us is responsible for one another the way that people are shooting each other off like it's getting a slice of pizza on the on Broadway in Manhattan has made this something that is reached religious limits in my mind. I think the other thing JJ that I would like to add to the comments that we've shared is that God has Faith leaders, we are to remind people don't put their trust in those weapons of Destruction, but put our trust in God but trust in the strong in the power of Truth and put our trust and knowledge and righteousness the areas where the emphasis needs to be placed not on, you know, the safety that sometimes is like false sense of safety by having weapons wage. Your possession. I think the most important thing that that one can have in their possession is true knowledge and righteousness. I think as a result of that lives will become more secure. How how do you feel then about movies are people who suggest in the wake of shootings that seemed to Target religious places or institutions. So we've seen now mass shootings at mosques. We've seen them at temples. We seen them at Church's song about people who say well we need then armed guards and these holy spaces what a sort of your response to that. I think the real fault line in the debate it seems to me is that people who are trying are on the gun violence prevention side are making the argument have data to support it that more guns make people less safe. The gun rights people are saying more.

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"And i wanna give. I think actually chelsea on it was a tweet that you would retreat it. That made me want to have this conversation. You re tweeted something. I believe about young activists of color getting pushed out of spaces and then white Activists sort of taking that space. And we've seen that a lot was sort of like indigenous. Black and brown bodies. Young activists getting pushed out of the climate change conversation. But i think we certainly see it in gun violence as well and so i was like we have these fabulous team enough members and i think maybe you actually even retweeted to allay now stock your twitter and so i was like we gotta talk to y'all about that for me personally. That's been my entire journey in this movement coming from parkland in douglas. It did spark the national conversation to happen again but we did clearly see a disconnect between black and brown students that survived the shooting at my school and the white students. And i think it's important that we hold people accountable including the media because media made it an effort to give just those students alone a platform and then some of those students you know. Did it make an effort to include other students of color from our school into their organization or their platforms. So that's been my entire journey here in this movement is just trying to push my voice and not only my voice but those that look like me and sharing my platform that i gained on my own with those. That don't have the opportunity. Yeah i would add on that. I got involved activism before like pre march for live pre that national youth movement at. I lost my aunt to gun violence. And so there wasn't really ever a space for like my peers in milwaukee. We didn't have a space. No one's like really listening and then when the walkouts happened in like march twenty eighteen for the parkland shooting it was like. Oh my gosh. All this stuff is happening. But we had to kind of capitalize off of another shouldn't happen in like another community and go to listen to us and like that doesn't feel good like that like these things are very tragic Use this other very tragic thing. So people listen to what happened in like milwaukee students at my high school so it was. It was like a little frustrating. That like the souls. Okay now this happen and then we have to kind of use. This for our benefit doesn't feel good cause enormous Does one listened to

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Well trans flash is a journalism and storytelling project which aims to Center the humanity of trans people through revealing and unveiling their narratives at a time of social backlash. We believe that finding ignorance is a key to keeping trans people alive. So as I tell everyone retail trans stories to say trans lives, you know, there's obviously been a long epidemic of violence, especially gun violence against the transgender community and it disproportionately impacts trans women of color specifically black women as we've seen just this week. We see over and over again women who've lost their lives and so I was wondering if you log Talk about that for a minute and how that plays into the work that train flashes doing. Yeah, the epidemic of violence and violence involving guns against transgender people is an epidemic and that's not hyperbole that is according to the American Medical Association which classified it as such and I don't think that people understand that the United States has the highest number of murders on record of trans people than any other planet on the country except for Brazil and Mexico and a nine out of ten of those who are murdered are black. And so we have an epidemic of violence against trans people and black Trans women in particular in this country. I literally on a planetary scale that's not surprising when you look at other indicators of violence and incarceration in the United States, but it is still astounding when you hear it off. And the work of trans last is to try to as much as possible to prevent our murders by getting people to see us as humans. You know, the more you examine eyes. Somewhat is the more that you can do harm and violence of it. It's an age-old understanding that we have about ourselves and a part of violence that is driven against black Trans women is that people don't see us as human and against trans people in general. And so consequently we Center our Humanity say you want people to understand that we have dreams that we have have Futures that we have a past that we have families that we have people that love us that we work. We took care of people all of the things that everyone else does because the more that we can do that the less people will harm us and it is an explicit drawing. I have to undermine that and we do that through telling the stories of actual trans people not only myself included but but many many others down and I think it is essential

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"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"season one" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Hey everybody. This is the legal disclaimer where I thought that the views thoughts and opinions shared on this podcast belong solely to our guests and hosts and not necessarily Brady or Brady's Affiliates. Please note this podcast contains discussions of violence that some people may find disturbing. It's G we find it disturbing to watch welcome back everyone to read blue and Brady today one of your favorite co-host Kelly Simpson and I are George Crawford the executive director of the National Organization of black law enforcement Executives. Also called Noble and Clayton Rosenberg director of operations for the alliance of concerned men together the four of us wage. Talking about police reform Public Safety and gun violence prevention then and are unbelievable but segments. I have a story that involves a woodchuck and you know, yes woodchucks are real surprising us off finally in our news wrap up. We're commemorating two shootings that led to conversations about police reform and racial Justice. Clayton Dwayne Kelly, it's so wonderful to be able to talk to all three of y'all. I think I don't know what it is. But I think for some reason covid-19 finally, you know, the physical distance thing is finally starting to get to me a little bit. And so it's been really wonderful to be able to still have these really important conversations with phenomenal people through the medium of the internet. So I just want to thank all three of you for for really taking the time to be here and I'm wondering if maybe just one after another I can have all three of you introduce yourself and your organization's Hi everyone. My name is Kelly Sampson. I'm an attorney here at Brady where I focus on racial justice issues constitutional issues and our legal Alliance really making sure that we are focusing on gun violence and all its forms all the way that gun violence manifest in American society to make sure that everyone comes home safely. Guess Dwayne Crawford the director for the phone no organization of black law enforcement Executives Noble and we've been in existence for four years in nineteen Seventy-Six. Our mission is to ensure Equity administration of justice and home do that by really trying our best to act as a practice of law enforcement and we have a model of Justice by action, but we're made up of primarily African-American Chiefs and sheriffs office other high-level Executives. When I was Rank and file the all of our members African-American. Yes. Hello everyone Clayton Rosenberg that Chief of Staff or the alliance of concerned men. We have been dealing with years. And gang violence for the past three decades and really broken a lot of truths and the city and and trying to is going to go to work on on the grass root level. I brought a community government the this work is definitely work for the spirit a lot of this stuff that we do we do because someone has to so that's what we've been doing for the past three decades and I want to thank you two gentlemen for for coming on and Clayton. I think this is your third time on the podcast. Yeah. So so thank you for being told me that wage. I was going to say that Clayton kind of has you beat in terms of I think with this process. He actually got to come in Pre covet so he had a studio we were to make sense, but I am very thankful to home. Both that I'm really thankful Kelly that you've been able to continue co-hosting in addition to all of your duties at Brady because I think one of the things that we're seeing is the work isn't getting easier..

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