18 Burst results for "Taylor Lawrence"

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:39 min | 2 months ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Yeah yes you mean to take off on. Must be the music right the money that he said it must be the music speed. That's right diaz turning them over the money. Yeah of course but all hit songs. Yes remember to video. I love the video but all music aside prime time was is a top five defensive player ever no doubt but asked me a better question than that top one. I said five. Can you go. were you go three. Yes i will. No doubt what lawrence taylor lawrence taylor dion. Who's who you got through. That's right deanna. Have second behind lawrence taylor. I got dion sanders. One lawrence taylor. Two and then three is tough. I can say the guys. I've seen that i'm like. Ooh maybe it's him. I'll say ray. Lewis bruce smith reggie white out And my nissim. Jj watt down and then by the way rivas for a while. There was just impossible terry in his prime. Yeah yeah but i'm trying to think. Is there another linebacker. That i say like lt is in a class by himself. I put dion sanders. And if we're choosing teams. Like i got this guy. Got this guy right all time. There are a million interchangeable quarterbacks. Fine you got brady. I got montana got rodgers. I'm homes right. But whoever gets lt and dion sanders. No one liked those two guys. They're just different. In fact i would say the all time greatest defenders. There's really a top two and then there's a little hairs difference between those top two guys and everybody else lt. One the to act like it got to say stephen and cleveland. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio hello. yeah i would. I don't know why you don't buzz him. You guys are the ones who said was in cleveland. I was wondering what is doing. Cleveland go ahead. I was wondering i was like. Is that better for me. what's up. Hey yeah so how was it. Brings back the mets thing. Don't get me wrong. I want to run up the mets. Sorry yes yes. Everybody's ride of picked up another pitcher. We all you know would that he should have picked up a pitcher. But at this point you know with the padding the way it is is it a business move on his part. I mean the guy. Fourteen million or billion whatever on wall street i you know. Maybe he's not trying to throw good money bad money. I mean the guys head over to could be the. The mets pitching has been snake bit in recent years. The talent has the top shelf. Talent has been injured. And that's the danger in pitching nowadays in the modern game. You want to invest in a ton of high powered arms. Because it's really like everyone's getting tommy john. Everyone's pitching arm is falling off. Because everyone's five and now they're all throwing as hard as they can you know for five innings sixteen innings if you're lucky and it leads to arm problems like the average fastball. Is when i was a kid. If there was one dude on your staff who could hit ninety five semi regularly with his fastball. He was a flame thrower nowadays. Everyone's one hundred miles an hour. So when you build your team around the idea that you have these like high high high.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

05:40 min | 5 months ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"I can think of is. I have a lot of people who go out to eat with their friends. I don't wanna pick the healthier iras on pick a salad but the more often than you make that healthier choice. The more your friend group in your tribe Identifies like oh. There's valerie really health conscious. Of course she's gonna pick the salad that's kind of who she is but there is oftentimes some friction to begin with. So it's hard to overcome at. I i definitely have experienced that being both a picky eater trying to be health conscious and also having some food sensitivities and so. I've always been the wine especially with work where there are people that you're not socializing with as much so they may not see you in that kind of context often and you get a lot of comments about. Wow you know you completely changed the thing that you ordered. 'cause you know i'll end up changing a couple of things and putting something on the side but if i know it's going to work for me then i have to kind of move past that other people will move past it as well. It's ultimately my body. And i think it's spinning those choices in a positive way so i feel like sometimes people approaching. Oh being good today. i can't do it. I can't have that cookie but when you kind of come from a position of power and say i'm all said i feel so much better when i eat. Xyz or drinking is another example. So i'm not gonna drink tonight. I feel amazing in the morning. When i just have seltzer at night or something spinning it in a direction. That's positive than the people around. You don't feel like oh. Let's drag out of this. She's really struggling. I want her to have fun. You know what. I'm having a great time. I'm gonna feel amazing in the morning. And i'm really happy with my decision. People will send sat. You know. I wish we had this conversation like i want to say about seven eight years ago when i tried to the first time. Oh jeez yeah doing the whole thirty and trying to go out to restaurants and you know that being a huge shift for me. At the time. I hadn't been particularly health conscious before that but had wanted to see if changing my eating would change the of headaches. I guy unfortunately i still do get headaches but seeing if it would impact the way i was feeling overall and i think not really knowing how to address the questions that would come up so instead you would get the. Oh no you can live a little and to really understand and be able to say thank you but i actually feel better when i eat in this particular way and i don't feel that i'm missing out but knowing how to frame that because i think there is something interesting i think food and how the people around you made may react in the beginning to you know to dietary changes and things like that. Yeah i think our tribe in our social circle has a huge influence on our behaviors..

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"I'm going to link all of that in the show notes so that you can find it. It's vivo spelled v. i. v. o. already friends. Let's dive into this. Week's conversation with taylor lawrence taylor thank you so much for joining us on the podcast today. Hey thanks so much for having me. It's so great to have you here and the topic we're going to get into. Today has been such a widely requested topic from listeners. So before we dive in. Why don't you tell us a little about yourself and your wellness journey absolutely so. I am a certified. Integrative health coach currently living in virginia beach. i coach people want one on how to build habits to create healthy lifestyles through my work as the head coach and in terms of my wellness journey growing up food was definitely either a source of comfort or ward. So did you lose a soccer game. Let's go for a scream. Did you win a soccer game. Let's go out for ice cream M my parents were always dieting. I remember my mom putting her slimfast bars into tiny pieces. I definitely lived in a very diet. Centric household and i think that that informed kind of the way that i approached wellness in my adult life. i started counting calories in highschool i definitely saw exercises a means to lose weight and only lose weight and then i would say post college life kind of slow down a bit. All caught up to me the constant dieting obsessing about exercise. I was working in a nine to five in a windowless office. I just started to feel crappy for lack of a better term was bloated. I had these horrible headaches. I was tired over time. Super anxious arm. I certainly know what the cosby was. And it was actually a netflix documentary. That kind of flipped a switch in my brain was called fed up. I don't know you've seen it. I would definitely recommend it to people. Although i wouldn't say netflix documentaries are the best resource for information but just kind of started helping think in a different direction In that food is not just something to help us lose or gain weight but it really is information for our bodies so from there. I started researching studying different diets. Exercise routines stress reduction techniques eventually became a certified health coach and that led me to opening my practice called the habit coach. So that's kind of my journey glance. That is so cool. And i definitely can relate to growing up in that way where food you know. After a football game we would go out for pizza with the team and definitely seeing dieting as very punishing activity and seeing kind of a negative look at food. Oftentimes and so i think a lot of our listeners will definitely be able to relate to that story now. You are the habit coach. How exactly did that come about and talk to me about the role that our habits have in our overall wellness. Yeah absolutely so. As i was doing this research i was like i said studying diet exercise stress but my actions weren't changing as a result. So for example. I'd rather listen to an hour. Long podcast about meditation than actually meditate for ten minutes Which led me to wonder..

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"Welcome to the wellness and wanderlust podcast. We're here to demystify wellness and help you out a little adventure to your life. Tune-in for a new episode every week. We'll hear from incredible guests and talk about ways to be happier and healthier and our new normal. I'm your host valerie moses. let's get started. Hey hey wellness water-less listeners. Welcome back to the show for those of you. Who are new here wellness. Wanderlust is all about sharing practical tips for living our best lives. I can't believe we've been going strong for eight months already. I want to just say thank you to each and every one of you who are listening today whether you're new here or you've been listening since day one. I am so grateful to have such an incredible community of listeners and guests and this week we are getting into a highly requested topic. I really do listen to listener feedback and one topic. That came up quite a bit with creating healthy habits that stick. This is something that is a struggle for many of us myself included from time to time. So who better to talk about habits than the habit coach herself. So my gaspar this week is taylor. Lawrence the habit coach. She is.

George Floyd death: YouTuber Jake Paul denies looting Arizona mall

Tony Katz Today

01:25 min | 1 year ago

George Floyd death: YouTuber Jake Paul denies looting Arizona mall

"If your kids are on you too they probably watch Logan Paul they may have watches brother Jake Paul Logan Paul made his bones from a site called vine where did some pretty fun videos Z. into brighter now his brother Jake is just a tool who became famous because of brother was famous and they've made millions making Toby videos on YouTube Tony cats on cats today well Taylor Lawrence New York times style has a video Jake Paul at a mall in Scottsdale Arizona involved in the looting walking through the mall people trashing cars he claims he didn't do anything this is the kind of stuff man people getting caught all over the place they just want to see what was happening but they weren't stopping anybody from doing it but they were jumping in on an kind of enjoying it all this is also crazy man no no how this is gonna you know affected brands you should and remember the people who want to list all the parents have to decide what happens to what the kids are watching on YouTube I'm glad my kids don't watch those two dopes

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like this all right we'll keep watching it Taylor Lawrence of The New York Times thank you thank you this is morning edition from NPR news I make a Martin and I'm no well king I know well and Rachel return with more of the program at the top of the hour they'll preview some of the stories of for the next hour coming up at four latest from NPR news ahead at four oh one next up on the Friday morning Valentine's day's schedule it's the marketplace morning report next up in your economic textbook they say game theory and how it fuel the part of the game show that plus more the morning's business news is just ahead my name's Michael state the time three fifty or ten before for you know what I want to remind you again that you can keep the public in public radio by being a participant in perspectives that's our series of great daily listener commentaries we invite you to share your thoughts on the topic of particular interest with other KQED listeners in the bay area and throughout the northern California learn more by going to the website which is KQED dot org slash perspectives again KQED dot org slash perspectives or call the editor of perspectives he is mark trope mine is number area code four one five five five three two one zero eight coming up on the next Commonwealth club program we look at the crisis in revival in working class Americans Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl done share stories of recovery in resurgence in a population that has suffered greatly from opioid addiction increasing numbers of suicide in economic tonight at eight PM a lot of the time it's hard to know how news affects lives as we in.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You heard of tech talk this is the social media app that lets users create super short videos and then loop them and if it seems like tick tock showed up on our phones fifteen seconds ago you might be shocked to learn that the op is now an entire year old and now as if on cue its popularity is in decline Taylor Lawrence covers technology for the Atlantic and she's with me now to talk about it he Taylor hi there so before we talk about what is hot to being less so explain how to talk works it is a short form video act allows you to record the define it he came back in a minute down at that could be music or a voice over anything I have a lot of fun so we can make short videos on other platforms what makes this one special and what's been the impact of it sure it's been really catchy I mean yeah you can make short videos on other platforms you can't really share that might be free and you can't make them as entertaining to watch check as they think that ability to add kind of any found inspired creativity and it's it's just fine and I don't know it's fine to make their fun to watch a lot of people make them together and it's it's attracted corporate America rates I mean major brand started using tick tock has that changed your yeah it took the whole way I actually did a massive campaign on with you too great Davido crack you've been great the class and lots of other brands around their queue I think it really changed it well it does mall and the merging of an advertising but it really packed the punch you need people spending their dollars there are getting more impact than bending them even on it I mean when you're in regular life is like seven years in internet wife or something like that what is that in the course of a year tick tock got so popular and and the popularity is already now fading how do we already fading I don't think I would I would push back on that I haven't seen it really declined in if anything it seems to continue to be growing it it started off a year ago it had already been launched internationally and was I'm kind of huge about the beach it yeah all over the world at that but yeah which talk much **** you ask the net it I don't think it like with under the radar people thought it was yeah I've been in the past six months put it in you know I I feel like it kind of just continues to grow I mean you'll see that even admitted in terms of like the videos that go viral they get more and more and more units how much of that has to do with the of the company that started this the tech start up bite dance which is the most valuable tech start up in the world I mean is that gonna give tech talk more staying power do you think in the long term yeah I mean I can kick out popularity is only right thing I'll bite yeah just how much more the most valuable part of the world hi the money into that so you know Billy they set at billion dollars and marketing alone last year you know getting people download the op promoting it generic user and they could continue to spend a billion dollars every year the five the company at mass Taylor Lawrence a staff writer for the Atlantic you can probably see some of our tech talk videos I imagine somewhere on the internet Taylor thanks appreciate it thank Christ this is morning edition from NPR news I reach a Martin and I'm David green the.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Rachel Martin have you heard of tech talk this is the social media app that lets users create superstar videos and loop them and if it seems like tick tock showed up on our phones fifteen seconds ago you might be shocked to learn that the op is now an entire year old and now as if on cue its popularity is in decline Taylor Lawrence covers technology for the Atlantic and she's with me now to talk about it he Taylor hi there so before we talk about what is hot to being less so explain how tick tock works it is a short form video after the last you to record video clip on it he came back in a minute down at that could be music or a voice over anything I have a lot of fun so we can make short videos on other platforms what makes this one special and what's been the impact of it sure it's been really catchy I mean yeah you can make short videos on other platforms you can't really share that might be free and you can't make them as entertaining to watch check as they think that ability to add kind of any sound inspire creativity and it's it's just fine I don't know it's fine to make their fun to watch a lot of people make them together and it's it's attracted corporate America rates I mean major brand started using tick tock has that changed your yeah it took the whole way I actually get a massive campaign of with you too great David Doak correct you've seen great Dick that lots of other brands around their queue I think it really changed it still it mall and the merging of an advertising but it really packed the punch you mean people spending their dollars there are getting more impact than bending them even on it I mean when you're in regular life is like seven years in internet wife or something like that what is that in the course of a year tech talk got so popular and and the popularity is already now fading how do we already fading I don't think I would I would push back on that I haven't seen it really declined in if anything it seems to continue to be growing it it started off a year ago it had already been launched internationally and was I'm kind of huge about the beach it yeah all over the world at that but you have to talk what should you ask the net it I don't see it like with under the radar people thought it was yeah I've been in the past six months put it in you know I I feel like it kind of just continues to grow I mean you'll see that even admitted in terms of like the video that go viral they get more and more and more units how much of that has to do with the company that started this the tech start up bite dance which is the most valuable tech start up in the world I mean is that gonna give tech talk more staying power do you think in the long term yeah I mean I got a kick out of popularity is only right thing I've bite yeah just as you mention what about five okay no well the point hi Claudia to that so you know the only be set at billion dollars in marketing alone last year and you know getting people download the op promoting it can there can you third and they could continue to spend a billion dollars every year the five the company at mass that dealer Lawrence a staff writer for the Atlantic you can probably see some of our tech talk videos I imagine somewhere on the internet Taylor thanks appreciate it thanks guys.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have you heard of tech talk this is the social media app that lets users create superstar videos and loop them and if it seems like to talk show up on our phones fifteen seconds ago you might be shocked to learn that the app is now an entire year old and now as if on cue its popularity is in decline Taylor Lawrence covers technology for the Atlantic and she's with me now to talk about it he Taylor so before we talk about what is hot to be less so explain how to talk works it is a short one year after the last unicorn videos on it he came back in a minute down at that could be music or a voice over anything I have a lot of fun so we can make short videos on other platforms what makes this one special and what's been the impact that sure it's been really catchy yeah I mean yeah you can make short videos another popular you can't really share the right people and you can't make them as entertaining to watch check as they think that the lady had kind of any down Hey Tiffany and it it's fine I don't know it's fine to make their fun to watch a lot of people make them together and it's it's attracted corporate America rates I mean major brand started using tick tock has that changed her actually get a map the campaign I'm with you too great Davido crack you've been great thank god a lot of other brands around that you are really change it tell a mall and the merging in advertising but it really packed the part you need people spending their dollars are getting more impact that even on it I mean when you're in regular life is like seven years in internal life or something like that what is that in the course of the year tech talk got so popular and and the popularity is already now fading I don't think I would I would push back on that I haven't you know it really declined in if anything it could continue to be growing it it started off your excel it had already been launched internationally and was I'm kind of huge about the guy yeah all over the world at that but you have to watch your back the net like with under the radar people thought it would hurt at but in the past month but it didn't you know I I feel like it's kind of just continues to grow you'll see that even after that in terms of like the video that go viral they get more and more and more units how much of that has to do with the company that started this the tech start up bite dance which is the most valuable tech start up in the world I mean is that gonna give tech talk more staying power do you think in the long term yeah I mean I can pick up your only right thing I have but yeah five okay no well the hunt the idea to that so you know the only be set at billion dollars in marketing alone last year and you know getting people out of the operating it can there can you third arm and they could continue to spend a billion dollars a year the five the company is that dealer Lawrence a staff writer for the Atlantic complicity summer tictoc videos I imagine somewhere on the internet Taylor thanks appreciate it thank.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Video capturing a child's first steps or first words are first day of school. This is what so many of us do right? As parents, we document the moments that are important in our child's life and we posted online for our community to see. And as we do that. We are inevitably shaping our child's online presence. Most of the time the child in question doesn't really get a say in the matter and that creates complications as kids get older and realized that much of their life is already online and anyone can see it Taylor. Lawrence is a staff writer at the take who's been reporting on this her recent pieces called when kids realize their whole life is already online. She joins us via Skype Taylor. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me, what provoked you to look into this. You know, there's so much about the set from the parent's perspective. But I just wanted you talk to them. So. Selves about when they surged to realize that they had its presence. What was the range of of responses when you engage them on this? I mean, it kind of just runs the gamut. Some kids were upset about the information that was out there about them. So they Google themselves and find, you know, in some cases, their parents have consented to school websites loosing about them. They were upset that may be the whole sports record was up there or that their parents had plus lot more public stuff than they realized. And then some kids really liked it like there was one boy who really felt like it made him feel famous to have all these pictures of himself on the internet. Maybe eighty percent of the kids that I spoke to didn't realize the extent of their internet presence, and the ones that did had parents had proactively warn them about it. But they had been told United staff line, but they got since they didn't have social media themselves. There would actually be that much about them. But in some cases, that's just not the case in your reporting in in these conversations. I mean, did it create tension in any of these relationships, especially as you? You got to like the middle school age or high school? That's when it starts to create tension. I think kids in elementary score the ones that I talked to you between third and fifth grade when they first Google themselves in pants, they're kind of like frustrated by what they find. Or they think it's novel. But it wasn't 'til kids got to middle school that I heard anybody really state like I my about this. I'm really frustrated desert or my dad or whatever. So I think middle school is often when kids want to get their own social media profiles. And I think they just want to start dictating their online presence for themselves. So I think that's the Olympic fiction agrees. But the bottom line is talk to your kids before you post. Yeah. And help them understand these platforms. Do you know a lot of parents wanted to their kids from these platforms? But I think parents need to have a better understanding of how these platforms work, and they just need to open the dialogue Taylor Lawrence. He's a staff writer at the Atlantic Taylor. Thanks so much. Yeah. Thank you so much for having me. Spain used to be one of the few European countries that did not have a far right party. But then last December the populist vox party won seats in the regional parliament, the main issue fueling this party is nationalism though, rather than immigration Lucia Benedetti's reports..

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sports last night. At James harden. Chuck it up about my shots. The couple of medicine thirty. I mean, thirty three games and thirty points. You had with a an essence a game with the horde like with two weeks to go against the nets. That was pretty sick. Mark assault played. Well, yup. Russell westbrook. His ten consecutive triple-double the east Cavaliers putting the clamps back big wind gusts. Look we tweet about this a little bit texting and inserted tweeting as well. Yeah. They looked that lobbied even by their ridiculously reducue lists defensive standards. What they did in Chapel Hill the final what was it. Well, the final five, but it's the health until like nine percent shooting. That's unbelievable. That was incredible. What a big win for you. Beverly carrying off the loss to Duke seemingly the only team they can't beat when you have your six ten power forward. Jack up three pointers and all of them making sixty two percent Virginia's gonna lose that game. But everybody else better watch out one. Very good win for Bennett, the boys. So it was a good sports died really it rolled into today. Thanks, buddy. Feisty on the social sees started pecking away type it away goodbye pace out. I'm gone saying peace out to the Steeler nation there. He's still on the team. I don't know that he knows that. But he's still Steeler. You're right. And here's the interesting thing BT because it's not like basketball where we've seen this. And maybe he's watching too much sports right now. And watching the other superstars and the other sports and demanding trade. I want out of New Orleans. I want to win a championship. I'm getting out of here. Okay. See I wanna go Golden State if I'm Katie and win a championship. Maybe he's watching too much of that. And things to just because he says peace. I'm gone. I'm demanding a trade at the Steelers are going to trade up. Why would I understand and you've been on this for much longer than I have going back to week seventeen of the NFL season? I kind of didn't come around to it until their principal owner started speaking about him, but backtracked on a little bit the second. You've been saying for while he's got to be gone. Even said this in the in the during the season. And so I get it. But he's sodium good BT Steelers. Let fifteen hundred yards and twelve touchdowns just walk out of the door, the sake of harmony pretty easily at this point is sake of chemistry. And easily, and I think that's like as a non in the locker room person. Now, I mean, I used to be in the locker room, but I'm not having been in the locker room and eleven years like the the importance of what you just mentioned harmony getting along route for your guy pulling for your guy liking that guy in cheering for his success is is important. You hear it more now than you used to is used to be you don't like to do gears longs. He's Ballin whatever about feelings. Now exactly is permeated. Isn't it? Interesting. How that is. Whereas back in the day with much beyond the sports at least back in the day. Think about like the generation just before me. Jennifer, Lawrence Taylor, Lawrence Jim generation, or all those guys the Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin. I mean, if you were like just outside of the box click yet, but they're Bach. Yeah. I mean, they need the bounce off the team. Hayes they'd Hayes the hell they. They treat you like crap. And you conformed eventually you fit in or you know, whatever you're gone. Yeah. Nowadays, it's like we all get along. Let's talk this here. Let's get in the room and have a beer. Practice for a few days. I don't want to have a beer with you. You probably got. Us. We wanna quit on. Yeah. And by the way, people forget this. I just want to reset this the week leading up to the season. Finale a must-win game of must win game. Great that they needed some help. Which is why juju Smith Schuster and some other Steelers were watching the end of the other game on. On the heights field field but leading up to a must win game. He had a heated dispute with Big Ben. That's the report our guy jail sees been all over this. And even further jail has said that and reported that those issues extent to tablet as well. Mike Tomlin big bed and there's this fracture with Antonio Brown. And because of the blow up which was deemed pretty intense Antonio Brown decided not to choke the practice for a couple of days up, and then he showed up on Sunday to play at the gumption. Do I'm Antonio Brown. I I just I don't need to really abide by all the rules. Doughnut. You do. Now, what complicates this is? He's he's do a boatload of money. A lot of guaranteed at it's going to be very hard. It's gonna take a lot of creativity. It's gonna take a lot of patience. And it's going to take a lot of moving parts to make this happen. But take this to the Bank Antonio, and I've been saying this for six months for for three months now he will not be on the Steelers because he cannot be on the Steelers. It's. Expired. It's over. I don't think despite a few random Heyzer guy. We want him thinking totality. I don't think the team wants him. They like him because of the production. Exactly. And if they were fourteen two they played on on February second, whatever what was the Super Bowl? February to February third third if they would've played on February third, and it's only Browns in the middle of an offensive explosion is swallow hard. And you suck it up. They didn't make the playoffs at three seven two and one start with arguably as much offensive talent is anybody in the NFL through the outside of the chiefs because Big Ben getting older, and obviously Mahomes, a special and maybe water to other the Rams when they're full throttle. Right there. Fortunately, five and they've been that way for a while. So there's continuity. Here's the big is the bigger issue. And I think Mike Tomlin I don't know if he has the power to influence this trait to like say, a powers that be we need to move on from ABC we need to move o- move on from him. Right. But if I'm Mike Tomlin, I think for the for the preservation of my job, I need to move. He needs to move on from an Tonio Brown. And here's what I got you might. It's a fine. A very fine line for head coach who has a guy like a be a diva like AB because you know, he's going to be unbelievable. Every sunday. There's no denying you can't he may be a diva he may be do come in and helicopters and Akron, corona, Susan in Billy Mays Hayes as you all of that stuff. Great on Sunday afternoon that man Bala period. And so is Mike Tomlin. You you need that guy on your team what that guy team? But after he becomes so disruptive that he starts influencing other guys other younger players who say AB does that maybe I can get away with a little bit of that. But then they see Mike Tomlin. And we've heard this. They see Mike Tomlin not coming down on Antonio Brown. But then coming down on them. It creates his double standard that people will start start saying about Mike Tomlin who who are you your phone? You the disciplinarian like you are with me or you. The lenient like players coach you are with him. Yup. And so it forces him to be two different people, which is really hard to reconcile. If you're if you're smart on a team like you started saying, you sense it. That. Yes, I do know exactly what you mean. The pro. I think you're absolutely right. It's a very delicate balance to strike any straddle that line for a while. But as much I like Tomlin a lot of this is on I. On his doorstep. And I don't know that you can put it back in the bag, even if you get rid of Antonio Brown. There's a culture now there was for too long except in not lawlessness. It's unfair to Mike Tomlin. But a sloppiness a sloppy to even when he was talking about the patriots on national TV three or four weeks before they were playing just he. I'm not going to turn this into fire Tomlin. But. Mike tomlin's. This is this is the year. Otherwise that I think he's got he's getting to that point where he needs to have his locker room guy, whoever that is. I don't know if it's been or whoever right? I don't think he's been to you. I think that might be the problem, right? That's a whole nother conversation. Get rid of the quarterback. Exactly. Yeah. It's a whole nother conversation. But every head coach needs that locker room guy. He needs that guy who says when when Tomlin says, we're we're turning the ship a different angle right now. We've been going this way. We've been letting you guys do it your way. But guess what we got we got we had a veered to the right? A little bit. Because it hasn't worked we've seen the dysfunction that it 'cause we've seen the seven two and one start finish on a non playoff berth in a division that we had no business being behind the Baltimore Ravens in right? We we have to go that way. He needs the locker room guy. Big Ben or whoever it may be. And I don't think it's big been again, either a different conversation. But he needs that locker room guide to say all right guys. Coach Tomlin saying this is what we're going to go. Do. I don't know if he has that. And if he doesn't it's going to be really hard for him to re. Greenhouses establish actually, Pittsburgh Steeler team. I like the way you position that about a, you know, an unexpected choppy turn, you know, in the waters, get a little choppy to be redundant. You know, you need a unifier, and you need to galvanize her and the last thing you want when the captain of the ship, and in this instance, for this analogy, it's obviously my Tomlin less than you want. You know? The guys deck say, well, why why are we go this way? And let's be conver-. There you want you want the guy to say hold on hold on. Yes. And what he says that guys hold on. Yes. And then you have a new culture, or at least a tweaking of a culture, you know, listen if he's deltaic vigor to absorb it. Twenty one point one million dollars dead cap space, right? Tenable big. But is it on? Use the reason that happens because even though a team trades a player so his current contract is based salary for twenty nineteen talking about AB is twelve point six million dollars..

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And I tell you what it's there's no secret. It's awesome car. Danny amendola. I love the fact that you watch our show, and you're good sport about it fan. You are always welcome on our show, Danny and thank you so much for stopping by. Thank you calling. Appreciate it yet. Danny amendola who it should be noted last year in that Jacksonville game. Gronk got hurt. Element was out Danny amendola, single handedly. And I'm not joking on this took apart that Jaguar secondary. How many of you? Remember that gronk was hurt concussion element was out and they just Danny amendola. Eight the Jaguars on live. No more criticizing amendola. Also, very exciting. Nathan yukon. I mean, you're buying a new car today. Genesis. Yeah. Said you're gonna buy whatever he's pushing. Are you doing the Goodell thing or do you want me to touch on it? You got it in your run down here. I do not now. Okay. I will Roger Goodell's talking. I'll get to it. And just a second joy Taylor of the news. I heard on the news. This is the heard line news. So Lawrence Taylor was the base of the eighties. Giants that wants to Super Bowls basically on the defense that he led many dynasty was also the launching point of career young assistant coach at the time. Maimed Bill Bella checks about checks always given a lot of praise LT. Tom Brady also did help establish break Valla checks lake seek quite a bit. So let's watch his willingness in the difference between him willing to name either. One of them the goats. Erin donalds a great football player. I wouldn't put anybody had Lawrence Taylor Lawrence. Did it all? And and did it all for thirteen years. And eat dominated. He dominated games. Taylor's, the best I've ever seen certainly the best I've ever coached. Now, his great quarterback certainly put him up there against anybody. But. You know, I don't really feel like it's my job to to rape people. So L tease the Greenwich I've ever coached. Then Brady it's like, it's not my job to rank who, you know. It's a very weird thing he does. And maybe maybe once Brady and Bella check are no longer on the sidelines together he will change his tune on this. I have a strong feeling that he will. But he has been consistent about LT throughout his career in saying that he is the greatest player. He's the second. He's talking about player in overseeing play football. I if you're if you're asking me the five best players ever seen in my life..

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This narrative, which was specifically what this influence or is doing is systematic of much larger problems it became look at this cat fight between the buoy blogger and the way died influence her. And I understand that. Maybe the Fred was a little too snarky. I if I if I could turn by I would've focused exclusively on an journalistic. We have known that. I was going to be writing about are covering it. This gets us back to the big issue IMF. Influences. It's a word you might have heard of it's a topic with covered here on trending a lot that what exactly all Fe? Here's Taylor Lawrence. Again. She's staff writer for the magazine, Vietnam, tick and influence, there is anybody that leverages their social following to make money or influence people. So you know, you can have a social following of two thousand followers and be doing that. Or you have following of T million twenty million in more. They share a lot more overly personal staff. They have much more sort of like pure like relationship with their audience than traditional celebrities. This is a key difference between traditional celebrity and the kind of fame that these Instagram influences have unlike traditional celebrities, they have a much deeper relationship with that person. So influencers are much more likely to you over share. They can offense speak directly to their fans. They'll engage directly with questions they'll respond to. Ends. And they kind of share a lot more about their personal day to day lives than most celebrities. Do you can sell aspire to live and influencers life, but you have a much deeper relationship with them than a traditional Hollywood actor or maybe the movie sometimes, but you don't know what that person for breakfast, necessarily tailored Iran's points out that influences up big business people just love to roll. There is anything that young people and women like, and I think that those are two most of influencers serve core audience. It's kind of like scoff at this staff, but this is set to be an almost twenty billion dollar industry, at least in the US by twenty twenty like these are people that are making an enormous amount of money and wield enormous power over there, sometimes millions and millions and millions of fans. So you know, it's worth respecting the industry. And I think it's completely great to be critical of it. But not dismissive of it. It's a point. That was underscored this week by news that authorities in the UK gave a stern warning to influences for not clearly identifying that some of their posts were appetizing. Yeah. This is a pretty interesting story because there was actresses and Popstars on that list. But also people who are their fame purely to their online activities the vlogger ZOA prominently on that list. The government's getting interested influences, Mike, and even regulating what they say and how they operate. Now. I should say here that Caroline Calloway. Does do sponsored posts, but she's been very clear in mocking them search, but her toll was another way in which influences make money now after all the drama her creativity workshops are back on for now. Owning her home in New York. She said she'll focus on we shuttling the dates and other cities where she cancelled I wonder, though, if her influence, our brand, we can call it that we'll be affected. Well, I'm sure some fans. Will shun her? But others will remain loyal. Just look at UT bid. Jake, Paul we've covered him on trending. He posted a hugely controversial video showing the body of a dead man in a forest in Japan. Now at first he was stopped from making money from advertising on his YouTube videos. But then he apologized, and he's probably as popular as ever. There's an old saying there's no such thing as bad publicity. That's it for BBC trending this.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I guess we won't let's talk about. Let's talk about Jim Brown will argue about Jim Brown. Will you're on CBS sports radio. Sure. Bill, thanks for taking my call. Again this week. So. Yeah. Mean Jim Brown first off? I gotta say like, I told you I don't even think is the best quarterback ever. I like I said if it came down to one drive in the last two minutes, I'm taking Joe Montana periods. But there's there's another quarterback from that era that doesn't get any love. And that's the end style. Was awesome. And if you put him in today's era and he ever had a defense. Oh my God. If you put him on the patriots that me, I'm gonna blown doors. However, you know, he never wanted any championships and like Marino and he played in San Diego. So he didn't get the love. But I would also be okay. With Lawrence Taylor Lawrence. Taylor was a major game changer, and nobody wants that man on the other side of the line. But you gotta go Jim Brown. I mean the man played twelve year he won eight well not Super Bowl. But because they didn't have it yet. But NFL championship in Cleveland. The last time Cleveland won a championship in in the NFL, and what could his records? I mean they stood up yards per game. Rushing average, you know per play look at you know, how long he was rushing leader in the entire NFL into the eighties. I think it was my Walter Payton that ended up breaking his record. Eventually I mean Walter Payton played fourteen and sixteen games schedule. I think Jim Brown might have gotten a couple of fourteen games at the end of his of his career, but he played mostly twelve games. And he put those numbers up. I mean that man was incredible. Like my old, man. Tell me Jim Brown was only running back. He ever saw that kid run through you run over you or run past you, you are absolutely right. And he he played half of his career as twelve game seasons half of his career as fourteen game seasons. And he was an absolute beast. He was an absolute machine, and he is certainly in the conversation for one of the. Greats of all time. It's it's such a great conversation. Morgan Knoxville, Tennessee, thank you for listening. You're on CBS sports radio. Hey, thanks for taking my call. Got a brother. You know, I think everybody's forgetting football. You know, you gotta win on the line of scrimmage and my forty years of watching football the greatest football player. I ever saw. What's Reggie by Reggie White dominated. You know win games without line play. Reggie White was I'm I'm thinking about watching him do his thing. He was so so good. Appreciate all the calls.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Hi, Dave, six three to ten. Longtime listener first-time caller. And I just wanted to weigh in on the greatest vote time comment earlier. Okay. Of course, of course, Robert Kraft's going to. Yeah. He loves his boy, he's brought him in a load of years and a lot of money, but. Being a Steelers fan lifetime Steelers fan. It does pain me to admit. I do believe Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback in this era and L stress in this era. There's just so many things that are involved in calling somebody the greatest of all time, as you know, you know, different rule changes and schedules the amount of games played in the season. You know, you'd get your stats, obviously, more stats than they've been in the sixties because they only played fourteen games. But anyway on mclovin query does the quarterback main the greatest player. I don't I don't believe it does. Because quarterback is one position defense, obviously is the total opposite. You you can't just say. A quarterback is the greatest player. Yeah. I mean, I I get what you're saying. Dave that you know, you're begrudgingly acknowledging Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time. But you can't say he's the greatest player of all time. Look, it's it's a, of course, Robert cramps gonna say that about his quarterback. I'm no problem with it. But it goes back to what I said I can argue for Tom Brady greatest player, and I can argue against Tom Brady for greatest player. You know? That's just a fun barroom debate that you could have. And if you want to look at the most the most dominating person I ever saw play was Lawrence Taylor. I'd never seen anybody. And I haven't seen anybody since then who plays the way Lawrence Taylor did because I saw true fear in a quarterback's face in one game you had to account for where Lawrence Taylor was. Dion is one of the great athletes of all time. Jim Brown, one of the great athletes. Fulltime I think what happens a lot. When you start talking about the greatest player of all time is hell hath let it are. They and how do you define great because Brady's resumes. Great. He's not a great athlete. He's great at what he does. But I think we have a problem we say greatest football player of all time. I can't run his arms not then you know, we start breaking down his his game. And it's not fair to Brady. And then you're going to elevate somebody else who is going to be, you know, far better athlete there and Dion was a far better athlete. But. That's why I said you can make an argument one way or another. And it's just that. It's just a fun argument in I expected, you know, Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick Dubose say Brady's greatest player of all time. I don't know if Bill check has said that. Yes. Be kind of awesome. If you didn't though. Yeah. But if he said well around Lawrence Taylor Lawrence sales result. I've been around a lot of good quarterback. No. You haven't not not that many many. Yeah. Hello, montana. Never lost has has Bella. Check christened. Brady is the greatest player of all time. Mclovin. Do you do you? Remember, Bella check ever saying you have to check. I think it was either Hamid Garoppolo. Wow. Knobs kidding. Oh, I think he did din. Ballot. Check have some quotes that were nice about Brady after last year. Remember these story, right? Yeah. That's why when I interviewed Brady prior to the Super Bowl last year. And I said, do you think you an coach bell check ever sit down and reminisce when your careers are over and he goes, no. Yes. A year and a half ago. Abella check bell check did declare one of his players. The greatest time. Adam Viteri said was the greatest kicker of all time. All righty now. One hour in the books. Two more to go on this trigger. Meet Friday more meet Friday, songs Grant Hill stops by talk about the wardrobe malfunction with Michael.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Takes three to ten. Longtime listener first-time caller. I just wanted to weigh in on the greatest vote time comment earlier. Okay. Of course, of course, Robert Kraft's going to. Yeah. He loves his boy, he's brought him in a lot of years and a lot of money, but. Being a Steelers fan lifetime Steelers fan. It does pay me to admit. I do believe Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback in this era and L stress in this era. There's just so many things that are involved in calling somebody the greatest of all time, as you know, you know, different rule changes and schedules the amount of games played in the season. You know, you get your stats, obviously, more stats than they did in the sixties because they only played fourteen games. But anyway on mclovin query does the quarterback main the greatest player. I don't I don't believe it does. Because quarterback is one position defense, obviously is the total opposite. You you can't just say quarterback as the greatest player. Yeah. I mean, I I get what you're saying. Dave that you know, you're begrudgingly acknowledging Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time. But you can't say he's the greatest player of all time. Look, it's it's a, of course, Robert Kraft's going to say that about as quarterback. I'm no problem with it. But it goes back to what I said I can argue for Tom Brady greatest player, and I can argue against Tom Brady for greatest player. You know? That's just a fun barroom debate that you could have. And if you want to look at the most the most dominating person I ever saw play was Lawrence Taylor. I'd never seen anybody. And I haven't seen anybody since then who plays the way Lawrence Taylor did because I saw true fear in a quarterback's face in one game you had to account for where Lawrence Taylor was. Dion is one of the great athletes of all time. Jim Brown, one of the great athletes of all time. I think what happens a lot. When you start talking about the greatest player of all time is hell hath let it are. They and how do you define great because Brady's resumes. Great. He's not a great athlete. He's great at what he does. But I think we have a problem we say greatest football player of all time. I can't run his arms. Not that. You know, we start breaking down his his game. And it's not fair to Brady. And then you're going to elevate somebody else who is going to be, you know, far better athlete there and dealin was a far better athlete. But that's why I said you can make an argument one way or another, and it's just that. It's just a fun argument. And I expected, you know, Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick to bow say Brady's greatest player of all time. I don't know if Bella check is said that be kind of awesome. If you didn't though. Yeah. But if he said, well it was around Lawrence. Taylor lawrence. Arrows. I've been around a lot of good quarterbacks. No, you haven't not not that many pretty awesome. Many. Yeah. But I had Montana. Never lost has has Bella. Check christened Brady is the greatest player of all-time. Mclovin. Do you do you? Remember, Bella check ever saying you have to check. I think it was either hammock Garoppolo. Wow. No. I'm just kidding. I think he did didn't ballot. Check have some quotes. That were nice about Brady after last year. Remember that was these story, right? Yeah. That's why when I interviewed Brady prior to the Super Bowl last year. And I said, do you think you win coach bell check ever sit down and reminisce when your careers are over and he goes, no. He has a year and a half ago. Abella check bell. Check didn't declare one of his players the greatest ball time. Adam Viteri said it was the greatest kicker of all time. All righty now. One hour in the books. Two more to go on this trigger. Meet Friday more meet Friday, songs Grant Hill stops by talk about the wardrobe malfunction with.

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"And don't make any Rask decisions. Your a ten and those are your Tuesday morning odors. There you go. Thank you guys. Let's roll into the news Gandhi. What's going on as we speak? Well, we're going to start with some good news. The IRS is going to send out tax refunds despite the government shutdown. That's now in its eighteenth day in the past the IRS accepted tax returns, but didn't send out refunds until after the government was funded again people were worried, but you will get your tax refunds President Trump will be on TV tonight making his case for border security. The address will begin at nine pm eastern time and focus on what he calls a humanitarian and national security crisis. Democrats are asking for equal televised time, Clemson blew out Alabama last night winning a national championship game and becoming the best team in college football. This is Clemson second national title in three seasons, and they were not supposed to win. So a lot of people are very apparently there's a hottie on the team to that. We're supposed to be watching out for. Yeah. Lawrence Taylor Lawrence. Is that is that I think towards tutors plan. No, no, no, no, no. What's his name is a quarterback Lawrence? I can't remember his last name. He's a quarterback. So he's the hot freshman quarterback. All right. Many people are actually celebrating today after Tennessee. Governor Bill has limbs decision to grant convicted killer Sohn Toya Brown clemency. She was just sixteen years old when convicted and sentenced to life in prison for killing her alleged rapist, a lot of celebrities have been going about for her and the governor gave her clemency. And if you're a space freak NASA says its newest planet hunting telescope just found three new worlds relatively close to earth. The most recent is a planet around the star around a star about fifty three light years away. It's three times the size of earth. The year is thirty six days, and the temperature is a balmy three hundred degree. Let's go. Trevor Laurence tribe. Thank you. Thank you. Okay. He's ati. There's always that one thing. We can't remember like me. I'm watching the show on on Showtime escaped from banana Ramat. Remember the name what the name of the play the escape from Mara. Is it down Amora Alcatraz? For some reason it's data more kit. Remember the word, Dan Amora? There's there's something in my head. There's some way I'm wired that will not allow me to say escaped from. But I don't know. I will know from now on we're going to find a way to remind myself how to say so Dan, Danny, Dan, Dan, Danna banana see it goes back to banana. By the way. It's fantastic. Have you seen escape from? My husband said, it was amazing. I didn't watch it. It is whatever it is. It's fabulous ready for your Tuesday. Follow pelvis on Twitter at Elvis Duran. This is Elvis Duran in the morning show. Crazy work hours can make it hard to get a good night's rest. If you're like me and have looked for a sleep aid. That doesn't make you groggy..

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"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"And don't make any Rask decisions. Your a ten and those are your Tuesday morning odors. There you go. Thank you guys. Let's roll into the news Gandhi. What's going on as we speak? Well, we're going to start with some good news. The IRS is going to send out tax refunds despite the government shutdown. That's now in its eighteenth day in the past the IRS accepted tax returns, but didn't send out refunds until after the government was funded again people were worried, but you will get your tax refunds President Trump will be on TV tonight making his case for border security. The address will begin at nine pm eastern time and focus on what he calls a humanitarian and national security crisis. Democrats are asking for equal televised time, Clemson blew out Alabama last night winning a national championship game and becoming the best team in college football. This is Clemson second national title in three seasons, and they were not supposed to win. So a lot of people are very apparently there's a hottie on the team to that. We're supposed to be watching out for. Yeah. Lawrence Taylor Lawrence. Is that is that I think towards tutors plan. No, no, no, no, no. What's his name is a quarterback Lawrence? I can't remember his last name. He's a quarterback. So he's the hot freshman quarterback. All right. Many people are actually celebrating today after Tennessee. Governor Bill has limbs decision to grant convicted killer Sohn Toya Brown clemency. She was just sixteen years old when convicted and sentenced to life in prison for killing her alleged rapist, a lot of celebrities have been going about for her and the governor gave her clemency. And if you're a space freak NASA says its newest planet hunting telescope just found three new worlds relatively close to earth. The most recent is a planet around the star around a star about fifty three light years away. It's three times the size of earth. The year is thirty six days, and the temperature is a balmy three hundred degree. Let's go. Trevor Laurence tribe. Thank you. Thank you. Okay. He's ati. There's always that one thing. We can't remember like me. I'm watching the show on on Showtime escaped from banana Ramat. Remember the name what the name of the play the escape from Mara. Is it down Amora Alcatraz? For some reason it's data more kit. Remember the word, Dan Amora? There's there's something in my head. There's some way I'm wired that will not allow me to say escaped from. But I don't know. I will know from now on we're going to find a way to remind myself how to say so Dan, Danny, Dan, Dan, Danna banana see it goes back to banana. By the way. It's fantastic. Have you seen escape from? My husband said, it was amazing. I didn't watch it. It is whatever it is. It's fabulous ready for your Tuesday. Follow pelvis on Twitter at Elvis Duran. This is Elvis Duran in the morning show. Crazy work hours can make it hard to get a good night's rest. If you're like me and have looked for a sleep aid. That doesn't make you groggy..

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