19 Burst results for "Tom Brown"

Daniel Roseberry on Taking on Schiaparelli

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:33 min | 5 months ago

Daniel Roseberry on Taking on Schiaparelli

"We. Add talking to Daniel rose spree who for one year and three months has been the designer at scalp rally in Paris. which actually makes him one of the new standard bearers of couture and the seems like a very interesting moment to be talking about couture with Daniel Apart from the fact that he has many interesting opinions. I. Is this seems to me a moment when. People of. Reassessing fashion at people have people looking at a people are searching for new ways to on lake fashion relevance and give it meaning on. Make it sustainable and. These and other issues to a very large degree. Addressed by couture implied unexpected ways. So. Daniel Welcome. And I would. Like to ask you right off the bat, what did a couture mean to you in your? Evolution, as a designer. Did to me for missile that. I think it. It meant to me probably what it means to everybody who studies or loves fashion it was really. kind of the goal of fantasy I always have visions of Lakota That kind of even like Carl from the ninety s like that was when I really started to notice fashion and it was through couture that I became obsessed with fashion but it was really I would say probably this idea of fantasy that this. Unreal. Level of luxury in beauty that was almost like beyond a human level in a way that was meant to me. And you were. Working fashion for how many years. ULTA GASOL, this'll be my. Eleventh twelve. Year? Yes when did couture? Assert itself as sort of you know fantasy fodder for you. Say it again. To to assert itself as this kind of. Fantasy fodder for you when did you? You were working for Tom Brown? For let time on. On, very, very rigorous ready to wear that really shifted the boundaries ready to. Right. Right. I mean. Tom My experience Tom was so I mean and you know this better than most people like so. Would he was doing in New York? was groundbreaking and really was not even some of the shows in that was hitting I. Loved about Thomas Some shows were really ready to wear, and some shows were really not ready to wear at all and you know I think that it it was approaching as close to could tour process as you could get as far as the. Rigor. I remember when season that we did, you know where he came to me, it was the first woman show in Paris and he had had. An idea he came to me. He said he wanted to the entire show made out of tool, the entire collection,

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"tom brown" Discussed on Boomtown

Boomtown

03:51 min | 5 months ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Boomtown

"Let me tell you what criminal laws not about. Disproving. Evidence proves the case. So at some point in respect for Tom. We have to say. Even though the result is not what we want, we're going to respect evidence that there. Want. Remember Tom upsides to your art are part of his life scrape player break. Families Switch Church ingenious. In the tiny panhandle town of Canadian Texas, there are two identical signs their planted on an empty lot on main street just up the road from a handful of century old red brick buildings. Each one is four feet tall and eight feet wide. At the very top of each sign and bold red letters is the phrase justice for Tom. Eighth out or two sentences. There is a killer among us. please. Pray that. Thomas. Keller is found and brought to justice. In the fall of two thousand, sixteen Tom Brown was one of the most popular kids in town the president of his senior class, a standout in the schools drama club and an offensive Lineman on the football team. But on the night of November twenty. Third Two Thousand Sixteen The night before Thanksgiving. He vanished. For two years and two months, the residents of Canadian searched for him. Finally in. January two thousand nineteen. A. Sheriff's deputy made a discovery. Breaking. Tonight. The eighteen year old was last seen. November two, thousand sixteen investigators from multiple different law enforcement agencies confirm his remains have been found. Tom's disappearance and death has now been investigated by four law enforcement agencies. They've given lie detector tests to Canadians on sheriff to globe-trotting private investigator hired to work on the case even the members of zone. Family? Nearly everyone involved in the case has fallen under suspicion. Probably the first way out there just put on. Orally, really high. Because It's an Asti. Nastiness. Conspiracies thinking us. I'm going to kill I'll put him in a wood chipper of. I had gay sex with him I some gas call me at the football field that killed home football through like they're not covered up or buried. They kept telling me that I had talked Thomas and what happened I knew was at I had founding that Ni- I moved his body. There's a lot of line. And it's hard to know who's line. There's. And there's pieces of this I don't know who's lying lying or just misinformation based on the wrong evidence sums line. I don't know. Why in pretty little Canadian did Tom Brown suddenly disappear. And what happens when a whole town gets obsessed with a single tragic story a town that to this day remained swamped with suspicion. finger-pointing since atieno allegations. In one dark rumor after another. EIMSKIP And for more than thirty years, I've written true crime stories for Texas monthly magazine. But I've never come across a story like this. From Texas monthly. This is Tom Brown's body coming September twenty-ninth. Have No. ME..

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"tom brown" Discussed on Murder Book

Murder Book

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Murder Book

"Hi. This is Michael Connelly and we have a new season of murder book launching October Fifth. It's called the women who Stop Sam Little so tell your friends to listen and subscribe on Apple podcasts in the meantime I wanNa tell you about another true crime podcast from journalists skip Hollandsworth and our friends at Texas monthly. Is called Tom Brown's body and rather than having me explain it I'll just let you listen to the trailer. Let me tell you what criminal laws not about. Disproving. Evidence proves the case. So at some point. In respect for Tom. We have to say. Even though the result is not what we want, we're going to respect the evidence that the rings. You remember Tom Sized. Yard that autopart phys life great football player. Ray. Family Switch Church. In the tiny panhandle town of Canadian Texas, there are two identical signs they're planet on an empty lot on main street just up the road from a handful of century old red brick buildings. Each one is four feet tall and eight feet wide. At the very top of each sign and bold red letters is the phrase justice for Tom. Beneath data two sentences. There is a killer among us. Please pray that Thomas Keller is found and brought to justice. In the fall of two, thousand, Sixteen Tom Brown was one of the most popular kids in town the president of his senior class, a standout in the schools drama club and an offensive. Lineman on the team. But on the night of November twenty third. Two. Thousand Sixteen. The night before Thanksgiving. He vanished. For two years and two months the residents of Canadian searched for him. Finally in January two thousand nineteen. A sheriff's deputy made a discovery. Breaking. Tonight. The eighteen year old was last seen November two, thousand, sixteen investigators from multiple different law enforcement agencies confirm his remains have been found. Tom's disappearance and death has now been investigated by four law enforcement agencies. They've given lie detector tests to Canadians on sheriff to a globe-trotting private investigator hired to work on the case even the members of Tom Zone family. Nearly, everyone involved in the case has fallen under suspicion. The first way to jump in just put on. Early. Really. High. Incident? Asti. It's an ask is. conspiracies. I'm going to kill him. I put him in a wood. Chipper. I had gay sex with. Some guys call me at the football field that night and killed calling football I. got there not covered it up a bird. They kept telling me that I had talked to Thomas and what happened I knew where he was at I had found him that Ni- I, moved his body. And it's hard to know a lot of. Those pieces of this I don't know who's line lying or just misinformation based on the wrong evidence. I don't know. Why in pretty little Canadian Tom. Brown suddenly disappear. And what happens when a whole town gets obsessed with the single tragic story? A town that to this day remains swamped with suspicion. finger-pointing. Sensational allegations. In one dark rumor after enough. I'm Scott Pollens, and for more than thirty years, I've written true crime stories for Texas monthly magazine. But. I've never come across a story like this. From Texas monthly. This is Tom Brown's body. Coming September, twenty-ninth have known me..

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

06:20 min | 7 months ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"How's it going mad. I am doing fantastic Michael End likewise always love talking to you which we have the chance to get together hopefully, that'll be coming soon again but I think we're all making the most of it, right? Yeah. We're definitely trying to make. The most of it I know like all the time I know you guys are super used to going to like events and traveling all the time you know. Shaking hands and kissing. Babies but. I kind of had to not do that bird goes kissed the baby's right. Yeah I know yeah. Goes there too but awesome Tom. So what I want to talk to you about and I want to pick your brain is About local MED. But how can we save time right now throughout this throughout all this kind of craziness that's happening I mean none of us really ever experienced this before right how to keep moving forward the problems that maybe the statistics and the data's showing for the near future and a couple of months and what we can do right now for all the local measures because we have a lot of listeners, your local Medi users and potential local met users what can they be doing right now to to get the most out of their local men? Fantastic. Glad that you just asked that we. We know right now that all the practices are really scrambling to get back up to their productivity because everybody was closed down for two months. So I just WANNA draw everybody's attention everybody listening to this their attention to schedule an appointment. It seems like a really easy thing when you're thinking about it, but it's not because you're trying to call them usually while they're at work, you're at work. So it takes like six sls to get in touch with somebody. That wants to schedule an appointment. This is after they went on to schedule an appointment. But. Only one out of the three of those by the time you get in touch with them actually scheduled appointment. So it's basically eighteen phone calls in order to get in touch with somebody. So I'd like to focus on that today with you Michael Fatso came talk about. The different ways you can avoid those eighteen phone calls to get an appointment book said sound good. Yeah. Definitely. Let's get into that. Perfect so. The key thing here. Being wherever the patient is looking for you. So you can book an appointment and that's obviously we're local mega comes into play because they can book an appointment online directly as as your listeners know there's different things you can do with local met different places you can put it obviously, you gotta put the widget on your website because a lot of people are going to go directly there and that seems to be a no brainer. One of the things though that's working out really well especially now because everybody's got reschedule all those missed appointments for two months. Is. Your patient communications, your recalls and reminders. So you can actually put a link local men link right in your patient communications email in taxed. So think about that instead of having to make those called somebody's getting email, it's eight o'clock at night while I got a book I got a book that appointment with my dentist and then they wake up in the morning in their life happens in the forget. About it right and then the that doesn't get booked. Now, they can just click on a button right in that email at eight o'clock at night at schedule that appointment, and now you're eliminating those five or six or eighteen phone calls just to get that one appointment. Have you seen people that are using it like that? Michael Yeah like I I've seen people right now multiple ways that are using it. but one of the main ways yet through. Their website and so forth. Her perfect well nextway. Obviously, I'm putting it on your Google business page. Once people are looking you up, even if you get a referral, they're they're looking you up online somehow the easier you can make a schedule. The more appointments are going to be booked. So you don't even have to let them go to your website by putting it on the Google business page. That's another way. Another way a facebook. Lot of success with people using it on facebook because the dental practices that are the most successful are really a part of their community and everybody interacts on facebook in their community. So using it not just having it on your facebook page which you definitely should. But when you're engaging with your patients, make sure that you've got a link there and you can even track campaigns lot of times dental practices put together promotions like teeth, whitening, get ten percent off or something like that. You can actually have a widget specific created and then track the results of that marketing campaign to see. Okay. What am I patiently most interested in so you'll see which ones are working in which ones art. When it comes to when it comes to adding it on like the Google Business Page and facebook is simple as just like going to the description and copying and pasting link there. It literally is and we send out if you if your local customer right now and you haven't done land. Contact support at local Matt Dot Com and ask them hey, can you send me the Info on how to put it up on facebook? I get doctors tell me hey I'm not super technical as it's going to be difficult and then literally go call me back or I'll see them in conference Okay well, that couldn't have been any easier. It's literally just. You're good to go you really simple gotcha. Gotcha. Okay. So let's Google my business and facebook. Definitely if you I mean if you're active on facebook if you're posting anything base but definitely I would recommend you have that. That Lincoln there the what's the next one? The next thing again in this goes to this time people been using this for a while but it's really helpful right now because of all the extra work that has to be done to get everybody rescheduled. So we're advising the practices put a message on your answering machine that says, Hey, if you're looking to schedule an appointment, we now have real time online scheduling just go to our website or your face you can direct. Directly to your website.

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"tom brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"tom brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Apartment building volunteers from the landlord Middletown fire company responded and put it out twenty six year old Tom brown is a recent volunteer yeah so I've always been a community service type stuff in one night I sat up in bed is like you know on on a volunteer with fire coming next said an application now we're here but brown is unique suggested show fewer young people are signing up because they tend to move around and not stay in one community an older volunteers are aging out now we offer any call with two maybe three people on a regular basis and for lucky with five truck the national fire protection association reports just at six hundred eighty two thousand people volunteered in twenty seventeen down more than two hundred thousand from years prior to maintain the equipment Frank series a Langhorne Middletown fire chief and a Pennsylvania state representative he says the decline is creating a public safety crisis so he's pushing lawmakers to consider bills that offer incense they range from a sentry GI bill for our volunteer firefighters so our volunteer firefighters and EMS providers they go to any of our state system schools would actually have free tuition very says that more people don't join communities across the country may need to shell out billions to protect against fire your property taxes have to go up because they're gonna have to hire a twenty four seven P. fire staff brown says being a volunteer firefighter he's very fulfilling you make life long friends and you get the reward of scenes mountains face even or sit or stay or situation he says he feels honored to serve his community I hope others will consider doing the same Johnny Fernandez CBS news Middletown Pennsylvania a record setting US astronaut is getting her land legs back after nearly a year on the international space station Christina cook hasn't felt the pull of gravity since last March fourteenth she tells CBS news she kind of knows what to expect after three hundred twenty eight days in space you suddenly have to actually work to raise your own arms and and of course your legs many astronauts have forgotten the things just don't float on earth when you let them go one of the hazards of coming back after a long trip cooks mission is the longest by a woman it included six space walks more than two hundred experiments many related to how the body reacts to long periods of weightlessness Peter king's CBS news a more sobering record was set in Antarctica this week we're a research based on.

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An Interview with Peter Gabriel

What It Takes

05:56 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with Peter Gabriel

"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it

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"tom brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"A guy the veteran. Bentinck cabinet. He's carrying lillies shows. You know, what I'm saying the way, you know, better team, captain. And you know, we listen to him. No, he has. Has words what a lot of weight. You know, we says we listen the defensive players a lot of Tom Brown. The other night to talk about how those last two games don't sit well with them and still don't obviously that you guys use that right now in spring ball finish business. Anybody?.

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"What gives what what happened on Saturday? And what is happening in in this rivalry where Michigan can't buy it? Right now. Desmond. Wow. You know that last night. It was a shock to everybody. I think even the wolverines I think Tom Brown is was shocked, and I kid just put everything in one basket like we can't beat them two years ago, you know, away from being Ohio State and allow people said that we got screwed on that that that fourth-down call with J T Barrett that Michigan should've won that game. Michigan did win game. But we got screw on the cause. So, but this was a little different because of the defensing just never expected the D says to go out there and how states offense. To put a what like fifty five points on the. But it's also it's a black punt for touchdown to scores sixty two but was the black bus now the special teams? Desma? It's like some kid that that's never caught a pass before some freshmen suddenly dominating. And so that's why I wonder like, where's our freshman like Haskins came off the bench last year and won the game. Like that. You know? I mean, these are the questions that are being asked very difficult questions. And I understand I'm I'm I'm asking it to you. I don't know if you have an answer. But what is is there? An answer is to what the problem is what I I mean. mean, I think from a recruiting standpoint is seems like they have some players out there who are ready to participate and play immediately and be impactful. I don't think that they're asking these guys do anything special. They're not asking these guys go out there and win games. But it's like can you run across route. You know, can you run a up and up in a out NUP, or, you know, really simple rows. But what happened is Ryan day dolphins the coordinator, he get the match of that he was looking for on a man to man coverage and guys just go out there playing pitching catch running Reno running around and making some plays at the end of the day. So in my opinion, I think they were you know on. I mean on the field they live fast or they'd these guys were fast guys, they had especially on the perimeter. They did simple things that coast day asked up them. But to me from a recruiting standpoint you going. Have to recruit some some speed. So you can contend with some of these guys if you're going to play that sort of man to man, but they they did a great jobs medically of going after certain players and doing certain things on offense that kept our deepest on his heels. I guess this whole conversation will look mood anyway when when all Alabama and Texas and northwestern all win in Michigan gets in and beats Nick Sabin. And then they they take revenge on Notre Dame or maybe Clemson and win it all anyway, Desmond, right? There you go. Exactly. That's the one that we hope before it's one more thing is is this who state is like, that's me. That's the big question. 'cause we haven't seen that sort of performance the whole year. That's that's so I'm still trying to figure out is this really who they are some guys just play over their heads one afternoon. When their backs were against the wall there. On a home underdog and they're plan against their rival like there's some guys just rising occasion play over their head. Because the fact of the matter is where was this against Purdue? Where was this against Michigan state bought Maryland? How about Nebraska like you never really seen? He's got. So I can't have a knee jerk reaction Rijn say mad. These guys are just completely outstanding. I need to see it consistently before. I can say, yeah..

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"tom brown" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Let's talk about some fashion news. Now. Tom Brown has announced the Italian luxury company 'em in judo. Zenya group has acquired an eighty. Five percent stake joined on the line by Dana Thomas who's a journalist and the author of gods and kings. The rise and fall of Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, Dana good afternoon. This is really striking deal. And I guess the the half billion dollar valuation is perhaps the most striking thing of all. Absolutely. The company does about one hundred million dollars a year in sales, so and it is profitable which isn't always the case for such young companies. But this is basically saying they believe that Tom Brown can do five times as much business and can do it pretty soon. Well, let's talk a bit about Tom, Brandon, because it's an interesting label, isn't it? It's it's, it's it's been slightly not a classy exactly, but it's kind of gone against the received wisdom often rather made a virtue of that. Do you think that that is something that can I well clearly did appeal to. Joe does any group, but do you think that that's something that may be appeals because I don't know it can broaden its reach, maybe broaden customer visa appeal to a younger consumer? Absolutely. Zinnias always been known for its formal Italian suiting it has is for the smart business elite, it's it's what you wear when you know that you're going to look really terrific, and you need to look terrific and it's safe. And you know, you can only go so far with that kind of business, especially today with the millennials shopping and wanted bit more style and being more informed in fashion, not because of the glossies like we used to be, but because of Instagram and Pinterest, and and being on social media and reading on the items on the web, all the time. And particularly men have gotten far more savvy casualwear is also become very important. It's the largest growing section of the luxury industry in terms of sales and Tom Brown managed to sort of do both in one. His signature suiting is very slim, it's shrunk and its crop. It's, you know, at the ankle, it's kind of hip and trendy. It's kind of like a casual suit, formal and casual at the same time. And it definitely appeals to the under forty crowd, which is the largest spending section of of the of the fashion industry today as it was interesting back the way that the brand was promoted. Often, it was sort of figures from the world of sports, for example, rather than more traditional celebrity associations, which was interesting and it self tell us a bit about Brown himself. The founder and chief creative officer is always retains Asia holding. How do you see that balanced shaping up? Well, you know, it's interesting. Tom Brown came to fashion a completely different way than most folks. You know. Generally the model is that you go to fashion design school, you intern at a fashion house, he work your way up. You make, then you strike out on your own. You know, I think about so many designers like that, you know can be weren't Marcello who started jumping good ta or. You know or rob. Narciso Rodriguez who is a true t. and they've all done their time than came up and and made their way. But Tom Brown was an actor who then decided to get into fashion. And he started out with just five suits in a small appointment only shop about fifteen sixteen years ago and he grew it's slowly and he just didn't. He kind of broke rules and that's what's made his company. So interesting and appealing. He does. He's fun flashy shows. He appeals to a completely. He comes from it from a different angle, and therefore he appeals to a different kind of crowd. Thanks for being with us really interesting stuff. That was all friend, Dana, Thomas joining us, hey, on the briefing on monocle twenty four. Well, let's hope browser. Some of the other stories, making the papers around the world, joined in the studio by miracles. Let's get off the page..

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"tom brown" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"No, the way goes like, yeah, move those pants off of your body and that he sucks. The guy's dick and the guy's like, oh, no, this is better. I thought you like Abe horned. Yeah, I enjoy gay porn as well. I also like just I like porn. I think I like porn and I don't use it to masturbate ever. I'm like porn because it's a secret. I shouldn't be seeing these people have I feel. Never get moved to masturbate. Never masturbate a lot them know. I it all the time. What I don't ask debate ever. But then if I do watch porn than I will know, I watch it civically because it feels. I feel like a peeping Tom. I'm like seeing this. I love it crazy. And then there should be like other kinds of porn just like tapping into that area where you're like listening to someone like talk about the bad parts of their relationship. Little hole in the wall. I would listen to. That's actually. That in the future. Okay. Let's make a pact. Okay. When virtual reality hits appointment to our careers are at a point where we both have production company, let's merge our production company to make virtual reality project where we walk down a hallway and you see, it's called peeping peeping, Tom, peeping Tom, you can peep in Tom Brown boys going awry or relationships going? Well, yeah, it's like every. It's like it's like your fantasy of who you'd be sitting next to while you're having a boring date and you listen to someone else's day, have you ever been to masters?.

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Had picked up this book by this guy named tom brown who's a he was trained by an apache indian he was a white guy he's also on the cover time magazine tom brown and he was a survival tracker and all this and i i started getting into their so tell mos into joel i was like not into the food production side i was into the light native american yeah he does have a spiritual element yes joel philosophy christian but yes he's a different god in christian right he's very jobs open minded person so yeah that's one thing but for me like when people being connected to nature first of all native americans one hundred percent green it's rooted in connect they call him the beasts but the animals if you're not connected to animals and in a city like l a i'm not talking about your weird miniature schnauzer not not that have anything against the little dogs but that's not connecting to nature because well people do it's called anthropomorphic them where you treat things that aren't humans like humans so people dress up their dogs and like laker outfit reconnecting maybe it's fun whatever it's not an evil thing to do but i'm just going if you think that's putting you in touch with animals it's not like native americans would go hunting they would take the buffalo they would use every part of it they would play right say thank you brother for giving your life for it was like yeah but they in that horses and they had the the birds in engels in and like the really good people like i later i went to the amish like david klein a guy no hieaux and this guy do david klein is an is like an amish joel salatin okay okay he's the most open minded we went there and he's an old order amish bishop now i think which is like you know like a preacher and we were there my mom came this is about two weeks ago i went back to homes county after then i'd been after joel i went to stay with lying client guy duties most that you talk about somebody you can make a movie about now amish won't go on camera that's against their religion but yeah or against their ordinal they call it but he was like i can tell you a hippie he's like i like bluegrass pyzik which amish but he said when he was in vietnam war he got drafted but amish are pacifists so they let him work in a hospital during the vietnam war they give him like they call him whatever he didn't go to like you can go to if you don't go to vietnam yeah jail yeah they gave him a conscientious objector amish are very devout pacifist right fight if you amish don't you notice down at the amish there's no locks on the doors yeah for funny vague after i went to was at joel's linda the amish first thing you notice there you go in a room and it's dark at night you go to flip on the light but the light switch yeah and then like what what what yeah find you candle well they use these oil gas land that's right yeah i noticed that over the church yep schoolhouse those are more modern ones to us one gene in a match okay now they used the ones that are paying thing yeah but anyway so did you know he have throughout some point in life just check this every once in a while yes your story you really have to connect into the cycles of animal so on on when you're connected the land like joel amish you know the fall the cavs give birth the mother it's like new life comes in and then i always say life is like the season spring is new experiments new things yeah and then you have summer which is when you work hard and you like you don't sleep as much and you're just working but then you can't do that forever so then you are in the cycle of the fall which is where you harvest the fruits of your labor that are very either the winter is a time of rest and con contemplation what to do the next spring and see i see people in business i see especially in the modern world because we were disconnected from the cycles right they like launch a business and they're like i'm not making money no no like i'm not making money yet i'm like wait.

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"tom brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But if they'd want it would have i mean flying off the racks it's probably pretty expensive too so i don't know who sounds like he makes the more expensive bag femme brown or tom ford thumb brown is our winner fifty seven percent tom brown was the bag that lebron a very angry lebron in shorts after picking up sunglasses is ear buds and this bag stormed out and told mark schwartz be better tomorrow that bag is forty one thousand dollars it is made by t h o m b r o n e the e will cost you an extra seventeen thousand dollars bags salt i probably probably was george hill happy that jr smith did that eighty three percent of the audience said yes do you like dan jr smith was running towards the wrong basket guys this has never happened in show history ever never ever ever expect here i'm gonna tell you tell me please fifty percent of the people said yes fifty percent of the people said no impossible possible it happened impossible fifty fifty that's never happened the front door leaving fifty percent thought he was going one way fifty percents on the other never happened at that moment was quite thompson only interested in anarchy that's quite of course the way you would try to scare children on halloween he was cutting costume screaming and jazz and he was cutting down the middle he was trying to fill the fast break yup oh man that's great what would have been the funnier end deregulation swaggie or javale mcgee fouling jr smith or lebron blocking jr smith shot at the wrong basket chase down block yes seventy eight percent of the audience and lebron blocking jr shot if you are a sixty five year old making a living performing as cinderella for children aren't you allowed to be drunk that was an underrated part of our show today that tim kirch in told that story of a sixty five year old drunk cinderella ruining his kids birthday party us eighty nine percent of the audience said yes which is funnier what jr smith did if jr smith would have thrown the ball up in the.

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"tom brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Saying that you you're wrong i like what you said you you you put it where it needed to be i just told you that the left tackle should be the smartest player what about the defense on defense i just told you okay i said the safety strong safety right he's the guy that's looking around and he's the guy that's got to come down in the box i mean you almost call him the viper he's your viper right he that's what you play him down to that's what gebriel peppers used to do you know what i'm saying that i mean that that that that safety has got to be able to defend against the run any got defend the pass and with in this situation you got play may in demand when you play michigan because michigan's gonna play you man to man most of the time i heard we're going all zone next year no i don't know nothing zone tom brown has completely you put that out there first of all we got him on tape that he's there out here we go play what we play we know we we we know what makes that works for us so i kind of do we know okay i just want to make sure anyway you can hear that you're good but but yeah but jamie you know one thing you know i just feel like more the general public more feels like it's it's more important than maybe those skill positions shooting you know what but i think i mean if you have if you have an intelligent offensive and defensive line and most people just say oh defensive lineman you just need to be an athlete go get the quarterback go find the ball go get it and it's not it's not just that simple those defensive lineman they have to make a lot of read a lot of it is feeling we're the plays going knowing when to go inside or outside different things like different things like that so i just feel like most most people don't feel like that those linemen position that you need to be intelligent where i think that that might be the most crucial.

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"tom brown" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Information the white privilege gay says no expand your field of vision as wide as you can spread your focus throughout the whole spectrum as peacefully as possible seeing everything but seeing nothing and as you do that your brain feels like your brain literally has no like no ability to add any other thought on top of that when you're really focusing on just pushing his wide out to the sides and his tall tall to the top and his stretched down onto the bottom and seeing everything tracking every little tiny movement a leaf that's rustling you know some anything that's happening the way the air conditioner is moving you know some little thing over in the corner if you're outside there's going to be way more information to do you actually look at the person next to you when you're at the stop light with your eyes like super wide googly open and just freak him out i know because i would rent these huge dilated pupils like a like evil wicked clowns smile and your eyes are just huge with your wife look at anything as soon as you look at anything it's over it's the games over soon as you look at a thing then your minds like okay thing and identifies thing it d prioritizes the rest of the information and then thoughts come back in and then the thoughts are what keep us kind of stressed but if you if you deprioritize everything so in which case you prioritize everything then at that point you just can't really think anymore and it's just technique though is taught me a book by tom brown who was a native american tracker and they use that technique to get super mindful in the forest and also see like any animal movement patterns anything that looks kind of out of line in the underbrush or anything they'll just kind of let it all so yeah subtlest little little movement that's how how i originally heard of this it was called the owls gays when.

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"tom brown" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Patriots stay with me diet only lena donaldson tom brown oh on the value you bring in the best me you give me good domain the biggest.

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"tom brown" Discussed on News Talk 1490

News Talk 1490

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on News Talk 1490

"Tom brown hit me with bad note bargain more jamaica well no the they do now lee oh my god oh paul callan on booth the and some of them then no no ahead and how can the way back from these i did please jim two when one and a fungus from your wallet the.

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"tom brown" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"But it is it is a very confused filmed a totally speaking and i think that the longer it goes on the more become so amazing essentially dan brown meets the three stooges could we say that i like the tom brown reference but if you i mean some of the slapstick there's a fight seemed towards the end which is very much three stooges and i think there's an attempt to reference second i mean willis himself says the two the he's a quote from bruce willis he says it has very intellectual hit humor in it he says of his own cream by it has very sophomoric broad slapstick comedy and its elements were a pictures of roh moo romance than any film that i've ever done it as action it has big stunted as a very doc sensibility it is a film that needs to be experienced more than explained yes there is a difficult one to explain to be fair is a strange one i think that ultimately it isn't even necessarily product of its time but it is something that you don't get any more i mean hollywood is kind of averse to making these like what we call now is a mediumsized blockbuster saw movie of of sixty seventy million dollar budget and hudson who have says part of the reason may be why those who wants to exist anymore i wasn't enlightended while no i mean i i would say that i would much rather see fm hudson hoping may today than say and you die hot movie interesting sunni more than any transformers feldman there is actually at least a lot of imagination and as a say a really interesting plot and i would i would love to see you can imagine indiana jones style exploration of somebody going round using davinci is inventions an an and devices and ought to get towards a massive kind of macguffin usc i'm willing to thinks he's playing in indiana jointstock heart.

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"tom brown" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Near chelsea pierce wins news time five twenty three somebody went to a mosque in sunset park brooklyn around sunset on saturday and used a hammer to smash out some windows and a camera but not before he was caught on video will put that video upper yuantan santana went stock com they hate crimes task forces investigating the vandalism f bait almaqdis islamic center as a possible hate crime forty one of the fifty to republicans in the senate or now on the record as saying roy more should drop out of the alabama senate race fbi allegations against him are true some like pat toomey of pennsylvania have already made up their minds fee accusations have more credibility than the denial i think it would be best at probably would step aside he was on nbc's meet the press more vehemently denies that he had sexual contact with a 14yearold girl nearly forty years ago he's threatening to sue the washington post which juliana gatien's tom brown as roy morris pastor what if men's out about mccall's he says was untrue and i believe is untrue hold on known for 25 years more says he's the victim of a conspiracy telling supporters in a fund raising letter we are in the midst of a spiritual battle with those who want to sign months our message wins news time 524 the army had a rule against recruiting people with mental health problems but with quotas to film so picky now at sierra crawford reports people with the history of selfmutilation bipolar disorder in drug and alcohol abuse can now seek waivers to join the army under a surprise policy enacted in all is the decision to open recruiting to those of mental health conditions comes as the service faces the goal of drafting eighty thousand soldiers there so timber 2018 last year the army a subdued more people who scored poorly on attitude tests increasing number of waivers granted for marijuana use and offered hundreds of millions of dollars in bonuses niue policy is a bad idea since these kinds of mental health problems tend to recur waste news time 525 annemarie huggins worked for the city department of social services were 24 years but investigators say she had another job on.

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"tom brown" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

04:28 min | 4 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"Oats. Dave Dave noted that he was wearing a lot of Tom Brown, which is the menswear designer and then later Tom Brown burners. That's why all you wear is Tom Brown and just like every again, he's got all his pants or super cropped, which is Tom Brown signature silhouette, and he's got the stripes. You know, he's like ground. Brown's got like trademarks and stuff and then at the party, Tom Brown shows up on the kiss, and they leave together. Okay. Makes my favorite scene from that movie. It's not like a spoiler anything. But there's they're getting ready for the ball. And they're like missing table or something and Anna's like arguing with somebody from the match. She's like this tonight isn't about art tonight is about Laney about the floor or something. And she's like, I'm bringing you fucking twenty million dollars. Yeah. So we're gonna move the table excuse me bitch, but we pay your salary with bishops. So you'd move this. When I say jump you say how high. Yeah. Yeah. And is there physically moving the tape? Yeah. She's in the trenches table. Yeah. Trying to move over a little bit day. Yeah. Talking about where to put heavy, oh, we can't put anything that call him. And she's like why like, oh, it's Tiffany column. Just call him fifty thousand dollars. She's like who cares. Moving table and another table to table. This table is like literally fifty thousand dollars someone paid to come and sit here and have whatever eight people's at it or whatever. So anyway, it's great as lex cheaper. They just got outed. Jess scout. I know what I'm doing. I leave your. And again, it's like ninety minutes. It's not a big thing. I also watched women he's undressed which you talked about which was super fantastic, very whimsical. I love the name ori-. I don't think David let me name this baby ori-. But do the great names on the list? It's on my list run it by the boy's name. But it means like bear some forget, I looked it up. It was great and Welsh prince or something from who knows how long ago anyway, it was great another another recommendation for women. He's underst- on flex. Yeah. Very entertaining to watch that one for sure. So falling into my categories that I said out of like moving, and I'll watch it kind of situation Chicago in speaking of Halloween are offered Madison. Nailed it. Yeah. So sexy Labra Queen that movie. Like, I've never seen the stage production of it. But I think the movie did such a good job of translating it from the stage like, it's obvious. This is a stage production done just on film, kind of a it's so good. This are so good. It's I totally love. Everybody's job finish hostels. From the numbers. So great. I trying to decide which my favorite song is basically impossible. Yeah. I think that would make Sheila rage. She thought it was it was sociology. Like, oh, I just watching it. You know what I'm talking about? I'm not I'm not talking to entertain. I love cellblock Tango. I just think there's something about like with like it's sexy, and like the little the red ribbons and high gigs in. A black like Leotard kind of outfit and you get the gun. Good to go. Yeah. You're satisfied. But it's it's definitely well done. Yeah. I if it's not like, I don't watch that much TV. We don't have cable or anything. So I don't watch a lot of TV anymore. Yeah. Whatever. But like if that's on. I'm watching it. Same Wayne's world. I will. Yes. Very much. So it holds up. It is as dumb as it wasn't a game on in nineteen ninety two. So you're you're the year. Fucking. So good. The big lebowski, which was one of Kim. My first dates that I went on with my ex boyfriend who's now my husband. With two screening of the big lebowski on the theater. That's now closed on Granville street as great old multimedia theater, but they used to play old films that were you know, years out of date..

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